Note: "Andrew Learn, a pioneer settler of Green township, was born in 1809, in what is now Bell township, Westmorelan Co., and was a son of John and Elizabeth (Ashbaugh) Learn. The former was a native of the Sewickley settlement, Westmoreland county, where he was born in 1785. He was a son of Andrew and Susan (Yorkey) Learn. He was a native of Pennsylvania, and located at an early period on Sewickley creek. His father and wife, their son George and wife and family, were killed by the Indians near Blue mountains. The tradition is that this massacre was committed by seven Indians from the Lake Erie country. The children of Andrew Learn, the pioneer, were, --- John, Catherine, Elizabeth, Mary, Susan, George, Sarah, Barbara, Rachel and Andrew." --- Biographical and historical encyclopedia of Indiana and Armstrong Counties, Pennsylvania, 1891, page 278
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