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History of Lycoming County Pennsylvania
edited by John F. Meginness; ©1892

Please note: This book was written more than 115 years ago and was reproduced exectly as published.

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Lycoming County Genealogy Society.

CHAPTER I.

ABORIGINAL OCCUPATION.

Original Extent of the Territory Out of Which Lycoming was Formed - The Andastes and Who They Were - Their Extinction - Remains of Fortifications Near Muncy - Indian Mound - Lands Purchased from the Indians - What the Penns Paid - Appearance of the First White Men - Weiser's journey up Lycoming, Creek - Advent of the Moravians and Their Trials - Madame Montour and French Margaret
Pages: 17-31

CHAPTER II.

APPEARANCE OF THE PAINTED SAVAGE.

Beginning of Indian Troubles - Work of French Emissaries - Declaration of War and a Premium for Indian Scalps - French Camp Near Loyalsock - The Cannon Hole - Battle of Muncy Hills - The Indian Paths and Where They Ran - The River and Its Tributaries - Their Names and Meaning - Decline of French Domination - Treaty of 1768 - More Land Acquired - Serious Trouble About a Line - Job Chilloway Discovers Muncy Manor - His History
Pages: 32-57

CHAPTER III.

OPENING OF THE LAND OFFICE.

Form of an Application - Excitement and Rush for Lands - The Lottery, System Tried Trouble with the Indians - Proclamation by the Governor - Old Surveys and Improvements Near Muncy - Lawsuit between John Penn and Samuel Wallis - Joseph Galloway's Legal Opinion - First Dwelling House - Penn Defeats Wallis in Court - Muncy Manor Divided into Five Tracts and the Land Ordered to be Sold
Pages: 58-65

CHAPTER IV.

SAMUEL WALLIS, THE LAND KING.

His Vast Landed Operations and Remarkable History - The House He Built in 1769 Still Standing - His Muncy Farms and Their Extent - How He Was Ruined by James Wilson, a Signer of the Declaration of Independence - Wallis Dies of Yellow Fever and His Immense Estate is Sold by the Sheriff - The Plantation Now Known as Hall's Farms - His Widow and Family in What Became of Them
Pages: 66-80

CHAPTER V.

THE CLAIM OF CONNECTICUT.

An Invasion from Wyoming - Townships of Judea and Charleston Formed - Expulsion of the Invaders - Northumberland County Erected - Muncy Township Created - First Public Road to Lycoming Creek - Names of the Viewers - First Grist Mill - Original Settlers at Muncy - Flight of the Moravian - Beginning of the Revolution - Military Company from the West Branch - Tim Murphy Kills General Frazer - Pine Creek Declaration of Independence - Fithian's Visit
Pages: 80-94

CHAPTER VI.

SETTLERS ON MUNCY MANOR.

Capt. John Brady among Them - His Stockade Fort - The McKinney and Scudder Families - First White Child Born The re-Committee, of Safety and its Troubles - The Robb Case and How it Ended Beginning of Trouble - Seizure of Salt - The Stilling of Whiskey - Roll of Cookson Long's Company of Militia - The Brown-Benjamin Tragedy - Trouble About the Election of Magistrates - A Petition to Council
Pages: 95-112

CHAPTER VII.

TOMAHAWK AND SCALPING KNIFE.

The Bloody Period Preceding the "Big Runaway" - Tardiness of the Committee of Safety Furnishing Arms - The Indians Commence the Work of Slaughter - Remarkable Escape of Hamilton and Jackson - Another Attack - Points of Concentration - Captain Berry's Expedition - The Wychoffs - Death of John Thomson, and Subsequent Experiences of His Family - A Bloody Day - Colonel Hepburn's Company - Victims and Survivors of the Massacre
Pages: 112-128

CHAPTER VIII.

STORY OF THE "BIG RUNAWAY".

The Causes Which Led to the Great Disaster - Vacillating Course of the Authorities - Colonel Hunter Accused of Double Dealing - An Important Petition and Who Signed It - Cruel Murder of a Friendly Indian - Colonel Hunter Orders the People to Fly - A Panic Ensues - Appalling Scenes of Suffering and Misery - Authorities Aroused at Last - The Loss to the West Branch Valley - Help at Last
Pages: 128-140

CHAPTER IX.

ARRIVAL OF COLONEL BRODHEAD.

His Presence Does Much to Inspire Confidence-General De Haas and Colonel Hartley Arrive - Sensitive Officers - Fort Muncy - Lack of Civil Law - The Brady Tragedy - Munitions and Men - Hunting Indians - Grass Cutters Killed - Hartley's Expedition - Muncy Township Assessment List for 1778 - Sketch of Colonel Hartley's Career
Pages: 143-158

CHAPTER X.

DEATH OF CAPT. JOHN BRADY.

The Winter of 1778-79 a Period of Comparative Quiet - Time, Place, and Circumstances of Captain Brady's Tragic Death - The Burial Scene - History of the Brady Family - The Brady Cenotaph - The Indians at Work Again - Medicine Badly Needed - The Second Indian Invasion - The Second Flight - Colonel Hubley's Opinion
Pages: 161-174

CHAPTER XI.

FORT MUNCY REBUILT.

Orphans' Court Provision for the Children of Refugees - Weltner's German Regiment - An Ill-fated Hunting Party - Fate of Captain Kemplen - Captain Robinson - Fort Muncy Rebuilt - The Hamilton Family - A Heavy Tax Imposed - Murder of the Lee Family - Peace Declared - The Last of Fort Muncy - Hunter and Van Campen - Revolutionary Soldiers - An Election Contest
Pages: 175-192

CHAPTER XII.

THE FAIR PLAY SYSTEM.

Why It Was Originated and How It Was Conducted - New Townships Erected - Efforts of the Land Grabbers - Wallis Surveys Above Lycoming Creek - Settlers Petition the Assembly - Law Passed for Their Protection - Litigation Arises - How the Fair Play Court Did Business - Interesting Depositions - Case of Toner and Sweeny - Passage of Land Laws - Survey of the Inver - The Walker Tragedy - Exciting Time With the Seneca Indians
Pages: 193-210

CHAPTER XIII.

LYCOMING COUNTY ORGANIZED.

Disintegration of the Original Townships - A New County Proposed - The Beginning of great Bitterness - A Strong Appeal Denied - The Genesee Speculations - The Williamson Road - A New County at Last - Choosing a Name - Boundaries Judiciary, and Seat of Justice-Original Extent of the County - First Officers and First Court - Selection of the County Seat
Pages: 210-225

CHAPTER XIV.

CIVIL ADMINI STRATION.

Election of a Sheriff and Commissioners for the New County - Treasurer Appointed - Total Number of Taxables in the Seven Original Townships - Assessors and Justices - Election Districts - Proceedings of the Commissioners - Collectors of Taxes - Division of Townships - Trouble With Surveyors - Correspondence About the County Seat
Pages: 226-238

CHAPTER XV.

THE NINETEENTH CENTURY BEGINS.

Enumeration of Taxables for 1800 - Their Names and Occupations - Number of Colored People in the County - Population of Lycoming at That Time - First Territory Taken from the County - Tioga Township Organized - Changes in Election Districts - Complete Roster of County Officers from the Beginning up to 1891, Showing the Years They Served - Sketch of John Kidd - First Coroners' Inquests - State Senators, Representatives, and Members of Congress
Pages: 239-262

CHAPTER XVI.

FIRST JAIL AND COURT HOUSE.

The Building of the First Prison Commenced in 1799 and Finished in 1801 - A Strange Pit of History - The First Court House - Progress of Construction and Statement of Cost - A Slice for Lycoming - Bounties for Scalps - Cost of Holding Early Courts - The Northeastern Boundary Line - The New Court House
Pages: 262 - 272

CHAPTER XVII.

THE BENCH AND BAR.

Where the Early Courts Were Held - Extracts front the Records Showing Some of the First Cases Tried - The Court Moves from Jaysburg - Amusing Incidents at the Russell Inn and the Rising Sun - President Judges of Lycoming Courts - United States and District Courts - Associate Judges - District Attorneys - First Attorneys - The Lawyers of a Later Date - The Bar of Today - Attorneys Living Abroad - Lycoming Bar Association
Pages: 273-302

CHAPTER XVIII.

THE MEDICAL PROFESSION.

First Physicians Known to Have Been in This Section - James Davidson Settles New Jersey Shore After the Revolution - William Kent Lathey Comes to Williamsport in 1799 - His Departure and Death - Other Old Time Physicians - Reminiscences of Thomas Lyon - How They Practiced Medicine Fifty Years Ago - Three Oldest Practitioners in the County - County - Medical Society - Homeopathy in Williamsport - Names of all Registered Physicians - Hospitals
Pages: 305-313

CHAPTER XIX.

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS.

Early Roads Authorized by the Court of Lycoming- County - The State Road From Newberry to Painted Post - The Distance and How It Was Constructed - First Creek and River Bridges - Names of Incorporators - Final Sale to the County and the Price - Early River Transportation - Attempt at Steamboat Navigation - Appearance of the Stage Coach - The Canal Built - Advent of Railroads - Where They Run
Pages: 314-326

CHAPTER XX.

WILLIAMSPORT.

Original Ownership of the Site - Newberry - Jaysburg - Williamsport Laid Out - Additions to the Town Platt - Michael Ross - Origin of the Name - The First Improvements - First Taxables - First Stores - Sixty Years Ago
Pages: 326-338

CHAPTER XXI.

WILLIAMSPORT (CONTINUED).

Borough Organization - City Government - Williamsport and Newberry Post offices-Great Floods - Early Industrial Development - Flour Mills, Distilleries and Tanneries, Foundries and - Machine Shops - The Lumber Industry - Susquehanna Boom Company - River Dams - Lumber Riots - Lumbermen's Exchange - Furniture Manufacturers - Miscellaneous - Manufacturers - Financial Institutions - Water, Gas, Electric Light, and Steam Companies - Telegraph and Telephone Facilities - Street Railway - Opera House - A Favorite Place for Conventions - Musical Organizations - Secret Societies.
Pages: 338-379

CHAPTER XXII.

WILLIAMSPORT (CONTINUED).

The First Journalistic Venture at Williamsport and Its Subsequent History - Succession of Newspapers to the Present Time - Religious, Historical, Literary, Social, and Musical Publications
Pages: 379-388

CHAPTER XXIII.

WILLIAMSPORT (CONTINUED).

Religious Organizations - Presbyterian-Methodist Episcopal - Reformed - Lutheran Protestant Episcopal - Evangelical - Roman Catholic - Baptist - Other Denominations - City Mission - First Sunday School - Lycoming Men's Christian Association
Pages: 388-404

CHAPTER XXIV.

WILLIAMSPORT (CONCLUDED).

Progress of Education - First Schools and Teachers - Williamsport Academy - Williamsport Seminary - End of the Old Academy - Rise and Progress of the Public Schools The Record from 1836 to 1849 - The Schools of Today - Dickinson Seminary - Young Ladles' Seminary - The Kindergarten - Teachers' Institutes - County Superintendents
Pages: 404-416

CHAPTER XXV.

GEOLOGY AND AGRICULTURE.

The Allegheny Mountain Plateau System-First Group-Second Group - Third Group - West Branch Valley - A Mighty Arch - The Glacial Period - Coal in Lycoming County - Iron Ores - Flagging Stone - Agriculture - The First Nursery - Early Manufacture of Salt - Agricultural Societies - Tobacco Culture - Veterinary Surgeons
Pages: 417-426

CHAPTER XXVI.

MILITARY RECORD IN THE WAR OF 1812, THE MEXICAN WAR, AND THE REBELLION.

War of 1812 - Mexican War - Military Companies Under the Old Regime - Lycoming County in the Rebellion - Prompt Expressions of Patriotism - Rosters of Companies from Lycoming County - The Board of Enrollment
Pages: 427-467

CHAPTER XXVII.

BOROUGH OF MUNCY.

Orthography of the Name - The McCartys - Municipal Government - First Elections - Justices and Burgesses - Postmasters - Family Sketches - Old Hotels - Industries - The Bank and Insurance Company - Water Supply - Secret Societies - The Press - Schools - Church History - Burial Places
Pages: 468-485

CHAPTER XXVIII.

BOROUGH OF JERSEY SHORE.

Original Ownership of the Town Site - Early Settlers - First Merchants and Tradesmen Prominent Residents - Old Innkeepers - Bailey's Perilous Ride - Municipal Organization - Postmasters - Banks - Industries - Gas Works - Secret Societies - The Press - Educational - Churches - Cemetery
Pages: 486-498

CHAPTER XXIX.

BOROUGH OF MONTOURSVILLE.

Historic Associations - First Settler-General Burrows - His Successor - Hotels - Founding of the Town - The Post office - Borough Government - Industries - Secret Societies - The Press - Educational - Churches - Cemeteries
Pages: 498-510

CHAPTER XXX.

BOROUGH OF HUGHESVILLE.

The First Settler - Founding of the Town - First Doctor and Lawyer - First Improvements - Postmasters - Municipal Government - Industrial Development - First National Bank - Light and Water - Secret Societies - The Press - Schools and Churches - Cemeteries
Pages: 510-514

CHAPTER XXXI.

BOROUGH OF PICTURE ROCKS.

Topography - Original the Name - Founders of the Town - The Post Office - Municipal Government - Industrial, Social, and Business Development - Churches - Schools
Pages: 515-517

CHAPTER XXXII.

BOROUGH OF DUB0ISTOWN.

Indian History - Early Surveys - Andrew CuIbertson - Galbraith Patterson - Samuel Caldwell - Beginnings of DuBoistown - Municipal Government - The Borough Today
Pages: 517-526

CHAPTER XXXIII.

BOROUGH OF SALLADASBURG.

Founding of the Town - Schools - Postmasters - Industries - Incorporation - I. O. O.F.
Pages: 526-528

CHAPTER XXXIV.

BOROUGH OF SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT.

Hagermanís Run Founding and Growth of the Borough - Municipal Government - Industries - Post Offices - Churches - Schools
Pages: 528-532

CHAPTER XXXV.

BOROUGH OF MONTGOMERY.

Scenery - Historic Surroundings - Industrial Development - The Post office-Borough Government - Board of Trade - Secret Societies - The Press-Schools - Churches
Pages: 532-536

CHAPTER XXXVI.

MUNCY, FAIRFIELD, UPPER FAIRFIELD, AND MILL CREEK.

MUNCY. - An Early Boundary Line - Disintegration - Historic Ground - Early Land Transactions - Geology and Topography - Villages - Post offices - Schools - Churches.

FAIRFIELD.-Organization- Extent and Population - Geology - Settlement - Governor Shulze - The Rawle Cottage-Schools and Churches.

UPPER FAIRFIELD.- Erection - Change of Name - Geology - Pioneers - Villages - Post - offices - Mills - Churches-Schools.

MILL CREEK. - Formation - Pioneers - Economic Resources - Huntersville - Churches - Schools

Pages: 536-549

CHAPTER XXXVII.

MUNCY CREEK, MORELAND, FRANKLIN, AND JORDAN.

MUNCY CREEK.- Formation - Geology - Port Penn - Clarkestown - Industries - Schools - Immanuel's Lutheran Church. ND. - Organization - Origin of the Name - Pioneers - Topography - Post offices - Schools - Churches.

FRANKLIN. - Erection - Extent and Topography - Pioneers - Industries - Lairdsville - Mengwe - Schools - Churches.

JORDAN. - Boundaries - Geology and Topography - First Permanent Settler - Mills - Unityville - Schools - Churches

Pages: 550-567

CHAPTER XXXVIII.

SHREWSBURY, WOLF, AND PENN.

SHREWSBURY.- Political Organization - Geological and Topographical Features - First Settlers - Highland Lake - Mills - Villages - Post offices - Schools.

WOLF.-Boundaries - Geology - Incidents of Early History - Industries - Bryan Mill - Schools and Churches.

PENN. - Organization - Geology - First Settlers - Mills - Post offices - Churches - Schools

Pages: 567-572

CHAPTER XXXIX.

WASHINGTON, CLINTON, ARMSTRONG, AND BRADY.

WASITINGTO.N.- Original Boundaries and Subsequent Disintegration - White Deer Valley - First Taxables - Mills - Founding, Growth, Post office, and Industries of Elimsport - Schools - Churches - Cemetery.

CLINTON. - Erection - Black Hole Valley - Penny Hill - Early History - Streams and Mills - Post offices - Churches-Schools.

ARMSTRONG. - Formation - Geology and Topography of Mosquito Valley - Lumbering - Water Reservoirs - Schools - Churches.

BRADY.- Extent and Population - Geology - Maple. Hill - Judge Platt - Schools - Churches
Pages: 572-590

CHAPTER XL.

NIPPENOSE, LIMESTONE, SUSQUEHANNA, AND BASTRESS.

NIPPENOSE. - First Township Officers - Origin of the Name - The Antes, McMicken, and Stewart Families - Industries - Jersey Shore Station - Railroad Excavation - Nippono Park - Schools.

LIMESTONE. - Formation - Varieties of Limestone - Nippenose Valley - First Settlers - Mills - Postvillages - Churches - Schools.

SUSQUEHANNA - Area and Topography - Settlement - Nisbet - Schools.

BASTRESSS.- Erection - Geology - Bastress' Post office - German Catholic Settlement and Church ...... 593-612

CHAPTER XLI.

LOYALSOCK, HEPBURN, AND ELDRED.

LOYALSOCK. - Significance of the Name - Geology and Topography - A Township Dispute - Early Officials and Assessments - Early history - McKinney Iron Works - Saw Mills - Educational - Churches - Cemeteries.

HEPURN. - Organization - Mineral Resources - An Indian Village - Pioneers - Ball's Mills - Cogan Valley Station - Crescent Iron Works - Fire Insurance Company - Educational - Churches.

ELDRED. - Erection - Geology - First Settlers - Streams and Mills - Warrensville - Educational - Churches.

Pages: 591-623

CHAPTER XLII.

PLUNKETT'S CREEK, LEWIS, CASCADE, AND GAMBLE.

PLUNKETTS CREEK. - Dr. William Plunkett - Pioneers - Industries - Barbourís Mill - Proctorville - Fishing Clubs - Churches - Schools.

LEWIS. - Original and Subsequent Limits - Lycoming Creek - Mineral Resources - Prominent Early Settlers - Industries - Trout Run - Bodines - Field's Station - Gray's Run - Churches - Schools.

CASCADE. - Formation - Burnett's Ridge - First Settlers - Kellysburg - St . Maryís Catholic Church - Schools.

GAMBLE. - Erection - Geology - Exploration and Settlement - Manufactures - Post offices - Churches - Schools.

Pages: 624-643

CHAPTER XLIII.

McINTYRE AND McNETT.

McINTYRE. - Erection - Geology - Settlement - Astoniville - Centerville - The McIntyre Mines - Ralston - Present Saw Mills - Red Run Coal Company - Post offices - Schools.

McNETT. - Organization - Mineral Resources - Roaring Branch - Penbryn - Ellenton - Chemung - Saw Mills - Schools.

Pages: 643-651

CHAPTER XLIV.

OLD LYCOMING, ANTHONY, WOODWARD, AND LYCOMING.

OLD LYCOMING. - Organization - Early History - Prominent Settlers - Mills - Churches and Schools.

ANTHONY. - Erection - Geology - Streams - Churches - Schools.

WOODWARD. - Formation - Queneshaque Run - Pioneers - Linden - Schools - Churches.

LYCOMING. - Boundaries - Geology - First Settlers - Quigleville - Perryville - Schools.

Pages: 652-660

CHAPTER XLV.

MIFFLIN, PORTER, WATSON, AND PIATT.

MIFFIN. - Erection - Geology - First Settlers - The Lumber Industry - A Paradise for Hunters - Churches - Schools

PORTER. - Formation - Mineral Resources - Historic Ground - The Davidson Burial Ground - Reminiscences of Father McMurry - Industries - Schools.

WATSON. - Organization - Geology - Settlers - The Iron Industry - Post office - Schools - Churches.

PLATT. - Boundaries - Early Settlers - Industries - Post Offices - Churches and Schools

Pages: 660-677

CHAPTER XLVI.

BROWN, CUMMINGS, PINE, AND McHENRY.

BROWN.- Organization- Pine Creek - Settlement and Development - Lumbering - Post offices - Churches and Schools.

CUMNIINGS. - Original and Present Boundaries - Survey and Settlement - Industries - Waterville - English Mills - Ramseyville - Paduchi - Schools - Churches.

PINE. - Erection - Physical Features - A Seminary in the Wilderness - The English Settlement - Oregon Hill - English Centre - Schools.

McHENRY. - Successive Efforts by Which This Territory Acquired Separate Political Autonomy - Geological and Topographical Features - Lumbering - Post offices - Schools

Pages: 678-695

CHAPTER XLVII.

JACKSON AND COGAN HOUSE.

Jackson. - Organization - Streams - Geology - Buttonwood - Education - Church

Cogan House - First Township Officer - Drainage - Geology - Pioneers - Pioneer Lumbermen - Post offices - Churches - Schools
Pages: 695-702

CHAPTER XLVIII.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.

City of Williamsport and Borough of South Williamsport
Pages: 703-935

CHAPTER XLIX.

BIOGRAPHICAI, SKETCHPS.

Borough of Muncy, and Muncy Creek, Moreland, Franklin, and Jordan Townships
Pages: 936-971

CHAPTER L.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.

Borough of Hughesville, and Wolf (including Picture Rocks), Shrewsbury, and Penn Townships
Pages: 972-1008

CHAPTER LI.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.

Borough of Montoursville, and Fairfield, Upper Fairfield, Muncy, and Mill Creek Townships
Pages: 1008-1038

CHAPTER LII.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.

Borough of Jersey Shore, and Porter, Watson, Mifflin (including Salladasburg), and Piatt Townships
Pages: 1039-1084

CHAPTER LIII.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.

Borough of Montgomery, and Clinton, Brady, Armstrong (including DuBoistown), Washington, Nippenose, Limestone, Bastress, and Susquehanna Townships
Pages: 1084-1126

CHAPTER LIV.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.

Old Lycoming, Lycoming, Anthony, and Woodward Townships
Pages: 1126-1162

CHAPTER LV.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.

Loyalsock, Hepburn, and Eldred Townships
Pages: 1162-1197

CHAPTER LVI.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES,

Lewis, Plunkettís Creek, Cascade, Gamble, Mclntyre, and McNett Townships
Pages: 1197-1227

CHAPTER LVII.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.

Cogan House, Jackson, Cummings, McHenry, Brown, and Pine Townships
Pages: 1227-1247

INDEX.............................................................. 1249-1268 (not reproduced)

ILLUSTRATIONS.

PORTRAITS.

Name Page Name Page
Aderhold, Joseph S. .................... 1177
Albright, Chester E., M. D. ............. 951
Allen, Robert P. ............................ 295
Barto, John G. ............................ 1221
Beck, John B. ............................... 259
Beeber, J. Artley .......................... 393
Beede, Alexander ........................ 853
Blair, Horace H. ........................... 835
Bonnell, Michael ......................... 1239
Bowman, Benjamin C. .................. 195
Boyer, J. H .................................. 843
Brown, James V. .......................... 213
Byan, Samuel ............................ 1113
Bubb, George .............................. 385
Burrows, S. H. ............................. 655
Campbell, E. B. ............................ 249
Carpenter, Jesse B. .................... 1077
Corson, Jacob F. ........................ 1195
Coryell, Tunison ..........................   25
Clapp, Daniel ............................... 943
Crawford, John K. ......................... 925
Croll, George W. ........................... 691
Cummin, Hugh Hart ...................... 277
Cummings, Charles J. ................... 897
Decker, Henry .............................. 583
DuFour, W. M., M. D. ..................... 799
Elliot, W. G. .................................. 465
Engler, John ............................... 1123
Eves, George S. ............................ 817
Fague, Abner ............................... 997
Fague, John M. ........................... 1033
Fisher, Mahlon ............................. 123
Follmer, Adam ............................. 565
Foresman, Seth T. ........................ 439
Frantz, Daniel G. ......................... 1131
Frantz, Peter ............................... 673
Gamble, John A. ............................ 69
Gamble, James ............................ 267
Guinter, John L. ............................ 889
Hall, John B. ................................ 159
Harris, C. R. ................................. 907
Heilman, John .............................. 573
Hepburn, James H. ....................... 601
Hermance, A. D ............................ 807
Hess, Peter ................................ 1095
Houston, Levi .............................. 537
Howard, William ........................... 745
Howell, William M, M. D. ................ 619
Huber, Milton ............................... 871
Hughes, Thomas ......................... 1149
Hull, A. P. M. D. ........................... 1087
Humes, Samuel ............................ 321
Innes, Robert ............................... 637
Johnson, Henry ............................ 753
Johnson,. N. C. ............................. 627
Kahler, A. J. ................................. 987
Kahler, John ............................... 1005
Kiess, Joseph ............................. 1159
Koch, August ............................... 519
Lawler, C. M. ................................ 421
Lawshe, Abraham .......................... 51
Lawshe, Robert H. ...................... 1041
Lawshe, John ............................... 375
Lentz, George W. .......................... 115
Lewis, Julius ............................... 1203
Lipp, John .................................. 1105
Luppert, George ........................... 529
Lyon, Thomas, M. D. ..................... 303
Lyon, Charles L., M. D. .................. 313
Mahaffey, Lindsey ........................ 727
McCormick, Seth T. ....................... 763
McCormick, Henry Clay ................. 339
Meginness, John F. .......................  17
Melick, H. B. ................................ 915
Mendenhall, Samuel ..................... 547
Metzger, John J. .......................... 285
Miller, J. J. ................................. 1167
Millspaugh, Thomas ..................... 447
Millspaugh, John H. ...................... 457
Milnor, J. W. ............................... 1185
Mingle, S. Q. ................................ 879
Opp, John Philip ........................... 663
Otto, John A. ............................... 735
Packer, William F. ......................... 79
Painter, William P. ....................... 475
Parsons, Anson V. ........................  33
Parsons, Henry C. ........................ 331
Paulhamus, John ......................... 609
Perkins, James H. ........................ 357
Philips, D. C. ................................ 969
Pidcoe, Emanuel .......................... 699
Poust, Daniel H. ......................... 1069
Rakestraw, J. W. ........................ 1023
Randall, O. H. .............................. 681
Reeder, Peter .............................. 979
Rhoads, A. S. D.D.S. ..................... 403
Rhoads, Hiram R. ......................... 411
Richter, August, M. D. .................. 789
Ritter, Thomas J. ......................... 961
Rowley, E. A. ............................... 367
Ryan, John R. T. ........................... 771
Rynearson, John ........................ 1059
Sallade, Jacob ............................. 717
Sander, J. M. ............................... 645
Slate, George .............................. 349
Smith, John ................................. 709
Sprague, William E. ...................... 861
Steek, Daniel ............................... 511
Stevens, Rev. Joseph, D. D. .......... 493
Stewart, Charles .......................... 241
Stolz, George ............................... 555
Stuemptle, David ......................... 825
Sweeley, William ......................... 933
Taylor, George W. ....................... 1213
Thomas, James ............................ 781
Tinsman, Garret ........................... 141
Trump, E. D. ................................. 591
Turner, Rev. William ..................... 483
Updegraff, Abraham ...................... 43
Watson, Oliver .............................. 87
Weaver, William ........................... 501
Weaver, Samuel ......................... 1015
White, John ................................. 105
Williams, Samuel N. ...................... 231
Wilson, Samuel ............................ 429
Wood, Joseph ............................ 1051
Wood, Robert ............................. 1231
Youngman, George ...................... 177

MAP OF LYCOMING COUNTY ............................................... 103

 



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