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of Dorchester, Miro and Gardoqui have
been especially laid under contribution. He
left unexplored no field where the gleaning



of original truth could be had, and the re-
sults of his labors recorded in this volume
are in a clear, unostentatious, although cap-
tivating style, and a book tbat will be au-
thority upon the subject treated. One of
the most pleasing features in Colonel
Brown's book u to be found in
his incidental handling of historic
facts not necessarily in the direct line
of his subject In this way a vast amount
of useful historic information is imparted in
a most agreeable way. As an example may
be instanced the derivation and signification
of the word "Kentucky" so long understood
to mean the dark and bloody ground, and
really derived from an Iroquois word which
means meadow land. The volume has been
tastefully snd attractively printed, and the
Filson Club, of Louisville, is to be congratu-
lated upon the manner in which the typo-
graphical execution of the work has been
accomplished. It is without exception one
of the most valuable wo-ks relating to Ken-
tucky which has ever been published. In
this connection, it may not b* out of place to
suggest that some such efforts should be
made towards the organization of a similar
club in the State of Pennsylvania, which will
undertake the publication of just such docu-
ments as the Filson Club have sent forth to
the world. There is much to be done in
Pennsylvania history and more than can be
accomplished by either the 8tate in its offi-
cial publications or by the various historical
societies, and it would be of great moment to
those interested in the history, not only of
the beginnings of Pennsylvania, but the
present era, would form just such an associ-
ation as the Filson Club, of Kentucky.
«~c~.

THB FIRST CENSUS.



The Families In Danpfcla Caaaty In 1790*



VI.



[For convenience of reference we repeat
that the columns of figures are:]

1. Free white males above 16 years, in-
cluding heads of families

3. White males under 16.

3. Free white females, including heads of
families.

4. 81aves.

All other free persons. [Persons answer-
ing to this description are marked with an *.]
John McGinnis 1 .. 1 ..



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Arthnr Taggart 2 1 5 . .

George Gibios 13 2..

John Long 2 I 1

John Horet 1 16..

JohnShira 3 a 4 ..

Alexander Harnett 1 * 4..

Christian Eckenrode 112..

Matthias Hofftr 2 . . 3 . .

Alexander McCleery 1 4 2..

Joseph Rife 6 4 . .

Capt. Robert McKee. 5 . . 4 . .

James Scott 3 5 5 1

John Gingrich 2 1 1

Philip Reighart 1 '. . 1 ..

Enos Ret.* 1 . . 1 . .

John 8heetz I 2 2..

Conrad 8heeiz 1 1 5..

Joeiah Candor 2.. 3 2

Peter Dy singer 1 3 2..

William Jamison 2 3 5..

Joseph McMurray 1 1 4..

John Martin 1 3 2..

Michael Speck 1 . . 3 . .

Martin Baiter 13 4..

Henry Mitsler 1 2 2 . .

Jacob Hnosbarger 1 4 3..

Frederick Sellers 12 1..

Frederick Sellers, jr 1 3 1..

Daniel Shoop 1 3 2 . .

George 8boop 1 2 4..

Robert Heslip 12 2..

Jacob Devebarger. 1 1 1 . .

James McCleester I 12..

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Widow Fleck 2 .. 3 ..

Anthony Prets 1 1 2 • .

Samuel 8ing»r.. 1 1 2 . •

Daniel Singer 1 . . )

John Smith 1 2 5*.

Henry Keller 1 .. 2 ..

Zachariah Erick 1 . . 2 . •

Abraham Derr 2 2 2 ••

Conrad Derr 1 .. ..

George Wetherow l*

David flershmao l . . 2 • •

John Reitzel 2 1 2 . .

Robert Maddam 1 1 1 . .

Phillip Sellers 1 .. 6 ..

Samuel Grimeson l 1 2 • •

William Flnkes l .. 2 ..

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Matthias Singer I . . 3 . .

Christian Hoover 1 2 1 .

Michael Hoover 3 2 3 ..

Christian Plessley 111..

Abraham Cope 1 12..



Adam Cobangb 1 . . 1

John Spong 112

John Heroff 1 .. 2

Lydia White 13

Mary Willson 2 2

Peter 8beerer 1 1 5

Peter Keene 12 2

Frederic Fetherhoff 3 2 1

David Miller l 4 4

John Lntz 1 2 2

William Walter* 1 5 4

John Cohr 1 1 8

Benjamin Sctvh 4 I 2

John Cleek l . . 1

Melker Wepert 3 . . 1

Michael Hoen er 2 .. 8

Michael Reigrl I 3 6

Jacob Coorod 2 3 3

John 8toll 2 8 2

Job Vanrourt 1 2 8

Herman Walborn 3 3 8

Melker DeiUler 118

John Noll l . . l

Jacob Lightner 1 8 6

Henry Gar m no 2 2 2.

David Miller 1 .. I .

John Failer 1 . . 5 .

Michael Beeker l

Peter Deit ler 1 1 4 .

Frederick Serva l 2 ? .

Casper Teetsler l l 1 .

Daniel Motteru I . . I .

John Dopp 4 . * .

David Brown 2 . .

Jacob Brown 1 1 3 .

Peter Berry 1 2 2 .

Hanadam Swarm 1 1 1.

Michael Wolf 12 2.

Balser Overcaa* 1 8 2 .

Michael Cohr l .. 3.

Michael Wolfarth 1 2 3 .

Michael Miller 2 I 4 .

John Urich 1 2 1 .

Leonard Buehler 2 13.

John Moyer 1 1 1 .

Henry Long 1 1 3.

Michael Garman 1 1 1 .

George Garman ill.

Peter 8elsman 1 .. 1 .

Valentine Urich 2 S * .

Frederick BoUman 2 2

Jac b Caster 3 . .

George Rhodes 112.

Christopher Rees 1 .. 1 .

Adam Miller 1 .. I .

Jacob Armbrnster 12 8.

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John Bee

William Fawber

Jacob ArmbroBter

Rudolph Kinsley

Diedrich Oreete

Elizabeth Coontner

Henry 8hell

Peter Line

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John Ch rut roan

Matthias Oast

Nicholas Esway

Adam Spengler

Jacob Eichos

Philip Hebner

George Reem

Adam Thenges

John Single

Henry Kelker

Jacob Bleeker

Henry Fortney

Jonas Kramer

John Selzer

Jacob Spotts

Henry Copenheff er

John Line

Adam I eisa.

Jacob Sbeetz .

Peter Shell 3

Peter H«ffiefloger 3

Samael Miller 2

Peter Botdorf 2

Peter Botdorf, jr 2

John Walburn 1

Mattnois Walborn 2

Christian Knocker 2

William Houster.

Stephen Coats.

Michael Redman.

Stephen Langart

John Fisler

George Weirick

Christian Lehman

Jacob Lane

Jonas Eckart

Jacob Dii kert

Christopher Mojer.

John Reed ,

Christian Ley

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Thomas Bossier

John Rortner

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Isaac Sheaver 2

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Christian Biand 1

Adam Mengis. 3

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George Miller 1

George Miller 1

William Btrer 2

Henry Riddle 2

George Boehler 1

Christopher Bonny 1

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Abraham Wolf. 1

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Henry Christ 1

Jacob Honser 1

Jacob Ri ewine 1

Daniel Miller 1

Jacob Swab 1

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Andrew Ley 1 2 4

Peter Bnrgart 1 2 5

John Arnold 3 . . 2

Lncas Shelly 1 .. 1

Christian Myrich 1 1 2

Christian Miller I 2 1

Jacob German 1 . . 1

Henry German 1 2 1

Henry Brnbacker 1 2 4

John Harsh barger 1 .. 1

John Shelly 1 I 3

Michael 8tickaback 1 3 3

George Kepbolt 2 . . 1

Peter Harshbarger 12 3

Widow Stick aback 2

John Fitting 1 1 2

Peter Fitting 1 .. 2

George Carver l 1 1

George Lnks s 12 3

Richard Trotter 1 1 3

Ma tin Imhoff 3 3 3

Jacob Zollinger 1 . . 1

John Boyer 1 1 1

Widow Boyer 3 3

John Fireovit 1 2 5

Margaret Weirich 1 . . \

John Wearer 2 1 6

Daniel Poffenberger 1 3 2

Andrew Martin 1 2 2

Samuel Smith 1 . . 2

Gotleib Spoon 1 2 4

Thomas Lingle 1 7 3

James Robioaoo 3 1 3

Robert Fleming 2 1 4

John Carson 1 2

Henry Miller 1 2 2

Peter Taier 1 .. 2

George Felty 2 . . 1

Jacob Fisher 3 2 6

Adam Stever I l I

David Dyce 1 2 8

Jacob Rongh 3 3 3

Bistin Wagganer 13 2

Widow Unger 1 1 1

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John Moyer 1

Valentine Miller 3

John Cooster 2

Jacob Pbegar 2

Peter Miller 1

John Ebert 1

Peter Weaver 1

Craft Weaver 1

Benjamin Boyd 2

Philip Wolfersbarger 3

Henry Oonch I

John Over 2

John Bole 3

Thomas McBlraih 3

Peter Tallowback 1

Nicholas Mnsser 1

Andrew Braostater 1

Sasanna Armstrong 1

Jacob Longnecker. 2

John Greatenhoar I

Casper Gates 2

George Killinger 1

John Landis 1

CoL Robert Clerk 2

Lndwlck Fish born 1

Christopher Stooer I

Thomas Wallace 2

Patrick Hays 2

Robert Hays 2

Elisabeth Boyd 2

Peter Fishbnrn 1

Lndwick Fishbnrn 1

David Widowmire 2

Wendal Hnnery 3

John McCassack I

David Hays. 3

Abraham Longnecker 2

Henry R»y 1

Jacob Lehman 5

John Minsker 2

James Minsker 1

Abraham Miichel 1

Jemes McCIeister 1

John McDonald 3

George Shank 2

William r a rnahan. 2

Jacob Dovenbarger 2

Adam Shank. 1

Michael Shank 9

John Grnbb 1

Christian Bock 1

John Johnson 3

John McLey 2

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Jacob Keller 2 2 .. ..

Joseph Loyter 2 1 1 ..

Daniel Murphy 1*

Thomas Cloyd I*

Christian Noll 12 2..

Adam Shatter 2 2 5..

Widow McLivy 2 2 1 .

Christian 8ollabaogh 2 2 6.

Archibald Walker \ .. \ ..

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CCLXX.



Mumma. — Frederick Mamma and John
Momma, brothers, resided in Derry town-
ship prior to 1790. The wife of the first
•named mas Frany (Veronica).



"Upper Gap Island," in the Susque-
hanna. In 1801 Daniel Shelly, san., of
Derry, deeded the same to hi * son Daniel
Shelly, jr. Was this the so-called Sbelly's
Island ?



Poor. — As early as 1738, Alexander Poor
owned a tract of land in Derry township,
which he and bis wife Mary deeded to their
•daughter Jean intermarried with John Har-
ris. This John Harris although born upon
the Swatara, was a cousin of John Harris,
of Hrrris* Ferry. He settled in Cumberland
•county, became a noted man there during the
Revolutionary period, and laid out the town
of Mifflin within whose precincts he and his
wife lie buried.



UBNKl LOGICAL. NOTES.



Fornby. — Joseph Forney.of Londonderry
•township, Dauphin county, d. prior to 1799,
leaving children :

t\ John.

ii. Barbara.

Hi. Mary; m. Philip Ney.

Le ROY.— Maria LeRoy," widow, ot Hei-
delberg township, now Lebanon county, d.
prior to 1801, leaving children:

t. Anna Maria; m. Atkinson.

ii. Maria-Salome; widow ot Charles Hall
and now wife of Frederick ShindeL

Hi. KUwbeth; widow of Rev. Dr. Wil-
liam Hendel

MoCullough.— Archibald McCnllough,
of West Hanover township, Dauphin coun-



ty, d. prior to 1792, leaving a wife Agnes
and children :

t, Archibald.

ii. John.

Hi. WiUiam.



WBSTB&N PBNNS* L.VAN11 IM 1885.

In recent issues of the Bath (N. Y.) Plain*
dealer appeared the "Notes of a Journey to
the Great West in 1 825, "by Chester Loomis,
from which we take the following:

"June 6th, I crossed the Brokenstraw
river. This stream is smaller than the Con-
newango About 30 miles from the Broken-
straw is Oil Creek, so named on account of
certain springs upon its margin from which
arises the genuine Seneca oil. This oil is
collected by the inhabitants in considerable
quantities. Much of the country in this
quarter is broken and mountainous. The
hills are rock? and barren, with shrubby
oaks and laurel thinly scattered over their
sides. Innumerable springs of fine water
flow from the hills, and in the valleys which
separate the highlands are some flourishing
settlements.

••The village of Franklin, at the junction
of French creek with the Allegheny, is hand-
somely situated, and is the capital of Ve-
nango county, Pa. It is an ancient settle-
ment; has a stone court house and jail, 60
or 70 houses, four taverns and as many
stores. It is apparent, however, that very
little industry prevails here. Extensive
fields of fine lan'»s are open commons, and
there are few indications of enterprise or ac*
tive business in the place. A toll bridge is
erected here over French creek.

•'On the day of my arrival at Franklin,
four companies of militia had assembled at
that place for exercise, commanded by Col.
Magp, who is an active officer and a member
of the Pennsylvania Legislature. He was,
in fact, the only officer uniformed, or who
made a good military appearance on the
ground. The soldi* ra were awkward and
undisciplined, ragged end dirty. About one-
Afth part were armed with rifles, the re-
mainder carried sticks, canes, umbrellas or
cornstalks. In the afternoon, soon after
whiskey had been circulated freely, and the
men were dismissed from parade, a battle
royal was commenced in the street among
those redoubtable heroes, and for near a
quarter of an hour twenty or thirty men were
boxing, and as many more were clinched,
choking, biting, gouging and tearing off each



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others clothes. At length the spirit of the
fight subsided, the storm ceased, order was
restored, and the mob dispersed."



11 B ROBS OP TUB REVOLUTION.

[ The folio wins rec »rd is not only of in-
terest, but of value to the desceudt its of
those who fonght for and establish^ I the
Liberty of the Nation.]

John Leonard Spong, of Cumberland
connty, Pennsylvania, on the 9ih of April,
1821, declared that, in the year 1775 he en-
listed in Captain Thomas Bull's company,
6th Pennsylvania Regiment; that he was in
the battle ot Monmouth, and received a
wound there. He was also in
the battle of 8tony Point. after-
wards taken prisoner near New York —
served nine months, suffering many hard-
ships; that he was in the service uearly four
years and received an honorable discharge
from Captain Doyle, and is now io his 67th
year.

John Worm ley, same connty, on the 27th
of April, 1821, declared that John Leonard
Spong was enlisted in the Revolutionary ser-
vice in the year 1775 and went *ith William
Blackoey, recruiting sergeant then in the
service.

Robert Pendergrass. On the 9th day of
Apiil, 1821, Hugh b weeny, of Perry county,
declared that Robert Pendergrass and him-
self enlisted in Captain Hays' company and
marched from Carlisle, the 6th »lay of April,
1776, on the way to Kennedy's, and that for
nearly fonr yesrs they were messmates.

On the 10th day of April. 1821, Sidney
Fendergrass declared that Robert Pender-
grass was the only brother of ber husband
Lawrence Pendergrass, deceased ; that he en-
listed in Captain Hays' company, Colonel
William Irvine's Regiment, raised at Car-
lisle, in the year 1776.

On the 10th day of the same month, Mary
Quigley declared that her brother, Robert
Pendergrass, enlisted in Captain Hays' com-
pany, belonging to Colonel William Irvine's
regiment, raised at Carlisle, served in the
Revolut onary war for a number ot years,
and that the said Robert Pendergrass. upon
his return from the army, gave his discharge
into the care of her father, Philip Pender-
grass, deceased, and that the said discharge
was mislaid or lost.

On the 80th of January, 1826, Alexander
McQuillan, aged 81 years, residing in Derry



township, Dauphin connty, made the declara-
tion that some time in the summer of 1776*
he marched with the militia to the town of
Reading and enlisted in Captain William
Scull's company. Eleventh Pennsylvania
regiment, for three years. That he con-
tinned in that company and regiment for
tome time, was transferred to Captain Jacob-
Weaver's company, Tenth regiment; that he
was wonnded at the battle of Monmouth in
June, 1778; that he was afterwards at the
battle of Springleld and was discharged at
the time the Pennsylvania Line revolted. He
then went to Lancaster, enlisting again in
the same regiment (Tenth) and continued
therein until sometime io the year 1782, when
he received his final d'scharge.

George De trick, Lebanon connty, on the
17th ot November, 1825, made declaration
that he and Alexander McQuillan were in
the camp at Valley Forge in the winter of
1777-'78; that he belonged to Major Grier's
company, Tenth regiment, at the same time
that he was at Millstone, in Jersey, and at
West Point, and was in the army between
fonr and Ave years.

On the 17 th of November, 1825, Abra-
ham Riblet, Lebanon connty, declared that
he served with Alexander McQuillan at
Millstone, in Jersey; that they belonged to
the Terth Pennsylvania regiment, com-
manded by Colonel Richard Hampton; that
he volunteered in the year 1775, and that
Alexander McQuillan was in camp before*
him. and they lay together at Mortistown,
in Jersey, and one winter at Valley Forge.
♦ ♦

TUB FIRST CBNSUS.



The Famllle* In Daaptala Caaaty la 1790i



VIL



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thst the cola nans of figures are:]

1. Free white males above 16 years, in-
cluding heads of families.

2. White males nnder 16.

3. Fiee white females, including heads of
families.

4. Slaves.

5. All other free persons. [Persons an-
swering to this description are marked with
an*.]

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Oeorge Moyer I 2 3..

William Hays 2 3 6..



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