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Daniel Kimball, Co. A, 11th W. Va. Inf., date unknown.

John Kimball, Co. K, 14th W. Va. Inf., Pris. from Jan. 4, '64;
died at Andersonville, Ga.

Asa Kimball, Co. K, 14th W. Va. Inf., Pris. from Jan. 4, '64;
died at Andersonville, Ga.

Mathew Masters, Co. 13, 7th W. Va. Inf., killed at Wilderness,
May 9, '64.

George Masters, Co. K, 14th W. Va. Inf., killed at Cloyd Moun-
tain, Va., Oct. 24, '64.

James Meighen, Co. K, 14th W. Va. Inf., died at New Creek,
Va., '63.

Andrew Miller, Co. D. 1st W. Va. Inf., killed by explosion on
board vessel at sea.

Simon Main, Co. F, 7th W. Va. Inf., died at Gettysburg, July
3, '63, of wds. reed, in battle; bar. in Nat. Cem.

George P. Moore, Co. F, 7th W. Va. Inf., died, date unknown.

Isaac A. Moore, Co. F, 7th W. Va. Inf., died Dec. 18, '62; bur.
at Mt. Harmon.

Thomas Noon, Co. D, 1st W. Va. Inf., died at Cumberland, Md.

James Newman, Co. D, 1st W. Va. Cav., killed at Hagerstown,
Md., July 6, '68.

Henry Pethtel, Co. F, 7th W. Va. Inf., died at Camp Maryland,
Jan. 10, '62; bur. in Nat. Cem., Grafton, W. Va.

John Eogers, Co. F, 6th W. Va. Inf., I'ris. from March '64;
died at Millen, Ga., Aug. '64.

Jacob F. Rainer, Co. F, 7th W. Va. Inf., Pris., died at Salisbury,
N. C, Nov. 15, '64.

Martin Riley, Co. B, 1st W. Va. Cav., died 1861; bur. at Hope-
well Church, Greene Co., Pa.

Thomas H. Shanes, Co. K, 14th W. Va. Inf., killed at Cloyd
Mt., Va., Oct. 24, '64.

C. A. Shibler, Co. F, 6th W. Va. Inf., died at Andersonville
while a prisoner.

Jesse Taylor, Co. F, 7th W. Va. Inf., killed at Eomney, W. Va.,
Oct. 26, '61; bur. at home; first soldier from Greene Co. who lost
his life in battle.



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HISTORY OF GREENE COUNTY. 453

James Tuttle, Co. K, 14tli W. Ya. Inf., died at New Creek, W.
Va., '03; bur. at home, Springliill Township.

Elliot £. Tuttle, Co. I, 2d Col. Cav., died at Ft. Leaveinvortli,
Kansas, Sept. 24, '65.

William Weaver, Co. I, 78th 111. Inf., killed at Atlanta, Ga.,
Sept. 17, "64.

Win. F. l>allan, Co. E, 14th Pa. Cav., died from surg. opera-
tion; bur. at Greensboro.

Wm. F. Eoulton, Co. E, 14tli Pa. Cav., died at Beverly, W. Va.,
Oct. 13, '63.

Elijah Coleman, Co. E, 14th Pa. Cav., killed at Pocky Gap, Ya.,
Ang. 27. "63.

Phillip G. Hughes, Co. E, 14th Pa. Cav., died at Annapolis,
Md., March 19, "65.

Adrian Johnston, Co. E, 14tli Pa. Cav., drowned at Jackson
Piiver, Ya., Dec. 20, '63.

Robert L. Keener, Co. E, 14th. Pa. Cav., died at Annapolis, Md.,
Nov. 25, '63.

Charles A. Mestragatt, Co. E, 14th Pa. Cav., prisoner, died at
Andersonville, Ga. ; bur. rec. died at Pichmond, Ya., March 7, '64.

Wm. M. Stone, Co. E, 14th Pa. Cav., killed at Bunker Hill, Ya.,
March 19, '64.

Samuel Whetsler, Co. E, 14th Pa. Cav., prisoner, died; bur. rec.
S. Nitzler, Pichniund, J'eb. 13, '64.

Benjamin Woody, Co. E, 14th Pa. Cav., killed accidentally by
cars near Grafton, W. Ya., 1864.

James W. Yeager, Co. E, 14th Pa. Cav., died at Martinsburg,
Aug. 24, "63; bur. at Greensboro, Pa.

Adam H. Hewitt, Co. K, 16th Pa. Cav., died at Philadelphia,
Oct. 23, '63.

Matto.x, Elias H., Co. K, 16th Pa. Cav., died Aug. 19, "63, of
wds. reed, at Shepherdstown, Ya., July 16, '63.

Zenas C. Piley, Co. K, 16tli Pa. Cav., died; date unknown.

Isaac Saunters, Co. K, Kith Pa. Cav., died at Ilarrisburg, Dec.
4, '62.

John B. Sheets, Co. K, 16th Pa. Cav., died at Dumfries, Ya.,
May 25, '63.

Judson Throckmorton, Co. K, 16th Pa. Cav., died at Ilarris-
burg, Nov. 1, '62.

Abraham C. Teagarden, Co. K, 16th Pa. Cav., died July 20, '63,
of wds. reed, at Shepherdstown, Ya., July 16, '63.

Early in the summer of 1861, Union mass meetings were held
along the border line between Greene County, Pennsylvania, and
Monongalia County, Yirginia, (now West Yirginia) which were
largely attended by citizens living on each side of the State line,



454 HISTORY OF GKEENE COUNTY.

notably among which was one at Eosedale at which Hon. Jonathan
Gerard presided, and an other on the farm of Adam Brown, at which
more than one thousand people were present. At these mass meet-
ings the situation was fully and freely discussed. The people of
Western Virginia were encouraged to remain loyal to the government
of the United States, with the promise that Pennsylvania would
render them all the assistance possible.

West Virginia refused to secede. Delegates were elected who
met in convention at Wheeling on the lltli day of June, 1861.
Forty (40) counties were represented and on the 20th of June gave
a unanimous vote in favor of separation. Francis H. Peirpoint, of
Marion County, was chosen Governor. The legislature which soon
met at Wheeling was a legislature of Virginia, elected on the regular
appointed day of election, eastern as well as western counties being-
represented therein. This legislature, as well as the convention,
heartily assented to the formation of the State of West Virginia.
In the meantime a company was recruited along the border on the
Greene County side of the State line, all of whom were citizens of
Greene County, and on the 18th day of September, 1861, were mus-
tered into the service of the United States as Company F, Seventh
Eegiment, Virginia Infantry Volunteers.

The following is a complete roster of said company at date of
muster into the United States service:



James B. Morris, Capt., pro. to Major. Thos. II. B. Fox, Corporal.

Ambrose A. Stont, 1st Lieut. William Gidley, "

Bayles W. Thompson, 2d Lieut. John G. Fordyce, "

Eli Brant, 1st Sergeant. Wm. li. Meighen, "

Henry W. Taylor, Sergeant. George W. Shough, "

James L. Garrison, " George W. Kent, "

John Fordyce, " James A. Rice, "

Vincent Stephens, " Abraham Taylor, "



James D. Burns, William B. Fogg,

Benson Bayers, ' William Fox,

William Bosworth, John Flowers,

ISTorval Brown, William Gibbons,

Lewis Chesler, Noah Guthrie,

George A. Conner, Doctor Gould,

John Coss, ' Daniel Gregg,

Abraham Cummans, William Gehs,

Solomon Calvert, Andrew J. Gump,

John Deyarm^n, Henry Gould,



HISTOUY OK GREENE COUNTY.



455



Jefferson Dye,
David Durbiii,
Leonard (roodeii,
Samuel Gregg,
Thomas J. Huffman,
James Ilorrington,
William Ilardesty,
Washington Ilardesty,
George Hoffman,
William Hoffman,
John M. Hennon,
Isaac Husk,
John Jackson,
Andrew L. Jones,
George Jones,
John Jones,
Nathaniel Jones,
George Kendall,
Sanford Kendall,
James Kendle,
Thomas King,
James A. King,
Alexander King,
John Kennedy,
Coleman Lewellen,
Thomas Longstreet,
John Lightner,
Eobert Laughlin,
Francis Taylor, Jr.,
Francis Taylor, Sr.,
Samuel N. Conner,



Samuel Griffith,
David Gibbons,
Dennis K. Meighen,
Simon Main,
Thomas II. Meighen,
James Jones,
John McLelland,
George P. Moore,
Isaac A. Moore,
Morris Pethtel,
Henry Pethtel,
Thomas Phillips,
David Phillips,
Joseph Phillips.
Kobert W. Phillips,
John T. Pouge,
Joshua Rice,
Benjamin F. Earner,
Jacob F. Eamer,
Jacob Eush,
Timothy W. Ross,
Arthur B. Smith,
Manassas Shaw,
Abner Six,
Nathan Starkey,
William Shanks,
Jesse Taylor,
Thomas Taylor,
Zadoc Whitehill,
Hezekiah Walls.
Robert Wears,



DIKIJ WHILE IN THE SEKVICE.



Jesse Taylor, the lirst soldier

John Deyarman,

John Jones,

David Durban,

Henry Gould,

Doctor Gould,

John Kennedy,

Andrew J. Gump,

John M. Hennon,

George W. Kent,

Isaac A. Moore,



from the county killed in the war.
Henry Pethtel,
Thomas King,
George Iloff'man,
James Flerrington,
George P. Moore,
Jacob F. Eamer,
Eli Brant,
George A. Conner,
William Hoffman,
Simon Main.



456



HISTORY OF GREENE COUNTY.



DISCHARGED FOE WOUNDS OK DISABILITY



William Fox,
Thomas Longstreth,
Benson Boyers,
Lewis ChisJer,
John Flowers,
William Shanks,
Washington Hardesty,
A. L. Jones,
James Jones,
James Kendle,
Thomas H. Meigher,
John McLelland,



Robert Wears, •
John G. Fordyce,
Manassas Shaw,
John Coss,
Samuel Griffith,
Thomas Taylor,
Isaac Hask,
Nathaniel Jones,
Francis Taylor,
Robert Laughlin,
Dennis R. Meigher,
Hezekiah Walls.



HISTOHY OK GREENE COUNTY. 457

RECAPITULATION.

Summary of Losses by Death «/ Soldiers from Greene County, Penn., while in the

Service of the United States during the War of the Rebellion, 1861-'U5.



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janizations in which the soldiers weue
Enlisted or Served at time op Death.


Causes of Death.






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July, 1S61


3 years


10


9


4


33


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8th Penn. Res. Inft.


May, 1861


3 "


25


13


8


45


G


8th Penn. Res. Inft.


May, 1861


3 "


1






1


A


nth Penn. Inft.


Sept. 1861


3 "




i




1


E


14th Penn. Cav.


Nov. 1863


3 "


3


7


'2


11


K*


15th "


Oct. 1863


3 "


3


17




19


K


16th "


Oct. 1863


3 "


3


5




7


A*


18th "


Ndv. 1863


3 "


9


11


ii


31


c*


18th "


Nov. 1863


3 "


7


8


14


39


G*


18th "


Nov. 1863


3 '•


7


10


10


27


D


22d "


Sept. 1863


3 "


1






1


C


61st Penn. Inft.


Aug. 1861


3 "






1


1


D


61st "


Aug. 1861


3 "


2






2


I


61st "


Aug. 1861


3 "


2






2


A


85th "


Oct. 1861


3 "




i




1


B


8oth "


Oct. 1861


3 "


'2


1




3


D


85th "


Oct. 1861


3 "


1


2




4


F*


85th "


Oct. 1861


3 "


13


18




31


G


85th "


Oct. 1861


3 "


4


13




17


I


116th "


July 1863


3 "




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12Sd "


Aug. 1863


9 mo.


2


1




3


A*


140th "


Sept. 1863


3 "


19


8




27


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140th "


Sept. 1863
Drafted Militia


3 "


3


1


i


5


A*


168th "


Oct. 1863


9 mo.




3




3




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1863


3 years


i


3




4





Total in Pennsylvania


Regiments




1 115


133


52


299


D


1st W. Va. Inft.






1


2




3


B


1st " Cav.








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8


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1




1


1


2d Colorado Cav.








1




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1


78th Illinois Inft.






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60



353



Total in West Virginia and other State Regimenls

Aggregate l o ss by death of Greene County Soldiers 129 163

Note.— The Companies marked with a Star (») were each known as Greene County Companies,
having been wholy recrnited in and ofticercd by men from the county.

Besides the above the county was represented in the service, during the war, by many of her
citizens serving in several other commands, but no losses by death of sucli are reported to "have oc-
curred therein.



458



HISTORY OF C4HEKNE COUNTT.



CHAPTER XXXII.

County Offices.

Shekiffs — County Teeasueees — Cleeks of Couets — Eegisters —
Peothonotaeies — Kecoedees — CoEONEES — SealeesofWeights

AND MeASUEES NOTAEIES PuBLIC CoUNTY SuEVEYOES JUS-
TICES OF THE Peace — School Supeeintendents.



James Hook, Nov. 8, 1796.
Eobert Cather, March 3, 1800.
Jacob Barley, Nov. 4, 1802.
Samuel Harper, Oct. 25, 1805.
Barnet Eeinhart, Oct. 21, 1808.
Thomas Mitchel, Nov. 12, 1811.
Thomas Wood, Dec. 1, 1814.
Adam Hays, Oct. 1, 1817.
Isaac Teagarden, Nov. 23, 1820.
James Hughes, Oct. 13, 1821.
Joseph Mollis, Oct. 28, 1824.
Mark Gordon, Oct. 26, 1827.
Jacob Barnes, Nov. 1, 1830.
Beniamin Smith, Oct. 28, 1833.
Benj. Woodruff, Nov. 21, 1836.
E. H. Lindsay, Oct. 25, 1839.
John Barnes, Oct. 27, 1842.



Silas Barnes, June 3, 1845.
Nelson Thomas, Nov. 10, 1845.
Isaac Thomas, May 25, 1846.
John Lindsey, Oct. 26, 1846.
E. K. Campbell, Oct. 24, 1849.
David A. Worley, Nov. 17, 1852.
Elijah Adams, Oct. 29, 1855.
George Wright, Oct. 28, 1858.
Thomas Lucas, Nov. 23, 1861.
Heath Johns, Nov. 10, 1864.
Henry B. Silvius, Oct. 13, 1867.
Abner Eoss, Nov. 4, 1870.
Jas. P. Cosgrav, Nov.' 5, 1873.
John G. Dinsinore. Dec. 8, 1876.
Jos. F. Eandolph, Dec. 4, 1879.
David A. Spragg, Dec. 11, 1882.
John S. Lemley, Dec. 14, 1885.



COUNTY TEEASUEEES.



William Seals, Jan. 4, 1821.
William Seals, Jan. 18, 1822.
Asa McClelland, Jan. 6, 1825.
John Inghram, July 12, 1829.
Benj. Campbell, March 18, 1834.
Benj. Campbell, Jan. 8, 1835.
Jesse Einehart, Jan. 6, 1836.
Jesse Einehart, July 3, 1837.
Jesse Einehart, Jan. 3, 1838. "
Eobert Adams, Jan. 11, 1839.
Eobert Adams, Jan. 27, 1840.



A. G. Cross, Dec. 17, 1851.
Obediah Vancleve, Dec. 21, 1853.
Jacob Lemley, Dec. 17, 1855.
Silas Barnes, ]SIov. 2, 1857.
S. H. Adamson, Nov. 7, 1859.
Jos. F. Eandolph,- Nov. 12, 1861.
James S. Jennings, Nov. 24, 1863.
Thomas lams, Oct. 18, 1865.
Abner M. Baily, Oct. 18, 1867.
James Meek, Oct. 19, 1869.
Thomas Goodwin, Dec. 19, 1871.



HISTORY OF OKEENE COUNTY.



459



James Golden, Oct. 31, 1840. Saimiel i>ayard, Now 10, lN73.

Jaraes Golden, Jan. 7, 1842. -Jclni llniit, -Nov. 7, 1875.

"William Cotteral, Oct. 26, 1843. John South, Dec. 27, 1878.
Elijah Adams, Dec. 11, 1845. Furman South, Jan. 1, 1882.
W. T. H. Pauley, Dee. 24, 1847. AViUiam Jacobs, Jan. 5, 1885.
Hiram C. Wood, Nov. 13, 1849. liohert Smith, Jan. 2, 1888.



CLEKKS OF COUKT.



John
John
John
Wra.
Wm.
A\^m.
Wm.
Wm.
Wra.
Enos
John
John
John
John

ir. L.



Boreman, March 17, 1796.
Boreman, March 3, 1800.
Boreman, March 25, 1809.
T. Hays, Oct. 17, 1814.
T. Ha^ys, Jan. 15, 1818.
T. Hays, Feh. 8, 1821.
T. Hays, Feb. 28, 1824.
T. Hays, Jan. 13, 1827.
T. Hays, Jan. 20, 1830.
Hook, Dec. 31, 1832.
Hook, Dec. 23, 1835.
Phelan, Jan. 25, 1839.
Phelan, Nov. 14, 1839.
Phelan, Nov. 12, 1842.
Pennock, Nov. 17, 1845.



H. L. Pennock, Nov. 25, 1848.
John Lindsey, Nov. 22, 1851.
John Lindsey, Nov. 21, 1854.
David A. Worley, Nov. 19, 1857.
David A. AVorley, Nov. 19, 1860.
Justus F. Temple, Nov. 23, 1863.
Justus F. Temple. Nov. 8, 1866.
S. Montgomery, Nov. 20, 1869.
H. C. Pollock, Nov. 12, 1872.
H. C. Pollock, December 8, 1875.
James C. Garard, Dec. 11, 1878.
James C. Garard, Dec. 28, 1881.
John R. Pipes, Dec. 22, 1884.
John R. Pipes, Dec. 24, 1887.



John Boreman, March 17, 1796.
John Boreman, March 3, 1800.
John Boreman, March 25, 1809.
William T. Hays, Oct. 17, 1814.
AVilliam T. Havs, Jan. 15, 1818.
William T. Hays, Feb. 8, 1821.
K. S. Boreman,' Feb. 28, 1824.
Levi Rienhart, Jan. 13, 1827.
Jesse Lazear, Jan. 20, 1830.
Jesse Lazear, Dec. 31, 1832.
A. N. Johnson, Dec. 23, 1835.
George Hoskinson, Jan. 25, 1839.
George Hoskinson, Nov. 14, 1839.
Wm. W. Sayers, Nov. 12, 1842.
Wm. W. Sayers, Nov. 17, 1845.



Reuben D. Mickle, Nov. 25, 1848.
William A. Porter, Nov. 22, 1851.
Absalom Hedge, Nov. 21, 1854.
Justus F. Temple, Nov. 12, 1857.
Justus F. Temple, Nov. 19, 1860.
Peter Brown, Nov. 23, 1863.
Peter Brown, Nov. 8, 1866.
Thos. Hoskinson, Nov. 20, 1869.
Thos. Hoskinson, Nov. 12, 1872.
James L. Yoders, Dec. 14, 1875.
James L. Toilers, Dec. 11, 1878.
W. W. Patterson, Dec. 8, 1881.
W. W. Patterson, Dec. 22, 1884.
Wm. H. Sutton, Dec. 24, 1887.



I'KOTHONOTAKIES.



John Boreman, March 17, 1796. John Lindsey, Nov. 22, 1851.

John Boreman, March 3, 1800. John Lindsey, Nov. 21, 1854.

John Boreman, March 25, 1809. David A. Worley, Nov. 19, 1857.

William T. Hays, Oct. 17, 1814. David A. Worley, Nov. 19, 1860.



460 HISTORY OF GKEENE COUNTY".

William T. Hays, Feb. 28, 1824. Justus F. Temple, Nov. 23, 1863.
William T. Hays, Jan. 13, 1827. Justus F. Temple, Nov. 8, 1866.
William T. Hays, Jan. 20, 1830. Hiram H. Lindsey, Nov. 13, 1869.
Enos Hook, Dec. 31, 1832. Hiram H. Lindsey, Nov. 12, 1872.

John Hook, Dec. 23, 1835. George W. Ullom, Dec. 8, 1875.

John Phelan, Jan. 25, 1839. George W. Ullom, Dec. 11, 1878.

John Phelan, Nov. 14, 1839. J. L. Yoders, Dec. 28, 1881.

John Phelan, Nov. 12, 1842. James M. Hoge, Jan. 4, 1884.

Henry L. Pennock, Nov. 17,1845. J. C. Garard, Dec, 22, 1884.
Henry L. Pennock, Nov. 25, 1848. J. C. Garard, Dec. 24, 1887.

KEC0E])EES.

John Boreman, March 17, 1796. Reuben D. Miekle, Nov. 25, 1848.
John Boreman, March 3, 1800. William A. Porter, Nov. 22, 1851.
John Boreman, March 25, 1809. Absalom ILedge, Nov. 21, 1854.
Wm. T. Hays, Oct. 17, 1814. Justus F. Temple, Nov. 12, 1857.
Wm. T. Hays, Jan. 15, 1818. Justus F. Temple, Nov. 19, 1860.
Wm. T. Hays, Feb. 8, 1821. Peter Brown, Nov. 20, 1863.

K S. Boreman, Feb. 28,1824. Peter Brown, Nov. 8, 1866.
Levi Rinehart, Jan. 13, 1827. Thomas Hoskinson, Nov. 20, 1869.
Jesse Lazear, Jan. 20, 1830. Thomas Hoskinson, Nov. 12, 1872.

Abijah N. Johnson, Dec. 23, 1835. James L. Yoders, Dec. 14, 1875.
Geo. Hoskinson, Jan. 25, 1839. James L. Yoders, Dec. 10, 1878.
George Hoskinson, Nov. 14, 1839.W. W. Patterson, Dec. 8, 1881.
William W. Sayers, Nov. 12, 1842.W. W. Patterson, Dec. 22, 1884.
William W. Sayers, Nov. 17, 1845.William H. Sutton, Dec. 24, 1887.



James Boone, Nov. 8, 1796. Wm. G. W. Day, July 11, 1857.

Samuel Harper, Nov. 4, 1802t' James Acklin, Feb. 15, 1864.

Samuel Huston, Oct. 25, 1805. Wm. B. Stewart, Jan. 4, 1868.

Samuel Harper, Oct. 31, 1817. Joel A. Harris, Jan. 6, 1871.

Lot Lantz, Feb. 26, 1821. Lewis N. Johnson, Nov. 5, 1873.

Robert Maple, March 21, 1822. Robert Doxigherty, Dec. 8, 1876.

George Monis, Dec. 24, 1833. William H. Rose, Dec. 11, 1878.

Daniel Smith, Feb. 25, 1840. Leroy W. Carrel, Dec; 28, 1881.

William Campbell, Nov. 9, 1846. George Frazier, Dec. 22, 1885.

SEALEES OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.

Thomas Hill, April 24, 1857. Isaac Teagarden, Jan. 13, 1874.

Samuel Braden, Aug. 4, 1858. Isaac Teagarden, Jan. 25, 1877.

Daniel Owen, April 6, 1864. Isaac Teagarden, Feb. 9, 1880.

James Acklin, Dec. 12, 18(.;7. Isaac Teagarden, Feb. 15, 1881.
James Coates, March 14, 1870.



HISTORY OF GREENE COUNTY. 461

NOTAKIES PUBLIC.

John Phelan, Dec. 17, 1835.
John Strawn, Dec. 2, 1839.
John C. Flenniken, March 27, 1848.
John Straun, Dec. 1, 1842.

John C. Flenniken, Sept. 1, 1851, IJorougli of Waynesbnrg.
Amos Clevenger, Jan. 6, 1855, Borougli of Wayneshnrg.
John H. AVells, Jan. 13, 1858, Borough of Waynesburg.
Absak)m Hedge, Dec. 17, 1860, J'orough of Waynesburg.
George E. Minor, Nov. 17, 1803, Borough of AV^ayneslturg.
George S. Geffrey, Dec. 27, 1866, Borough of Waynesburg.
George S. Geffrey, Feb. 3, 1870, Borough of Waynesburg.
George W. Donglierty, Sept. 12, 1872, Borough of Canniehaels.
George S. Geffrey, Feb. 17, 1873, Greene County.
J. P. Mitchener, Oct. 6, 1875, Greene County.
James E. Sayers, March 11, 1876, Borough of Waynesl)urg.
J. P. Mitchner, March 31, 1876, 15orough of Carmichaels.
James G. Patterson, April 17, 1878, l>oroughof Carmichaels.
James E. Sayers, March 10, 1879, Borough of Waynesburg.
James E. Sayers, March 1, 1882, Borough of AVaynesburg.
James E. Sayers, Feb. 3, 1883, Borough of AVaynesburg.
James M. Iloge, March 3, 1885, Borougii of AVaynesburg.
James E. Sayers, March 21, 1885, Borough of AVaynesburg.
John F. Thompson, Aug. 19, 1885, Borough of Greensboro.
John F. Thompson, Jan. 29, 1887, Borough of Greensboro.
Samuel M. Smith, Aug. 16, 1887, Borough of Jefferson.
Jesse II. Wise, Nov. 25, 1887, Borougii of AVaynesburg.
Ira L. Nickeson, March 5, 1888, Richhill, Township.
W. R. Hoge, March 15, 1888, Borough of AVaynesburg.

COUNTY SUKVEYOES.

George F. Wolf, Dec. 15, 1856. George Iloge, Dec. 19, 1871.
George F. AVolf, Dec. 26, 1859. C. C. Brock, Dec. 14, 1874.
George Hoge, Dec. 19, 1865. C. C. Brock, Jan. 5, 1878.
George Hoge, Feb. 17, 1869. James B. Smith, Dec. 31, 1880.

George Hoge was elected county surveyor in 1883, but died
before entering office. James B. Smith was appointed, and held
office until 1886, when he was re-elected, and is present incumbent.

.JUSTICES f)F THE PEACE.

John Minor, July 13, 1796. Thomas Lucas, Oct. 12, 1819.

AVm. Ingraham, Dec. 28, 1797. Richard Ilerwood, Feb. 21, 1820.

William Paul, Jan. 12, 1798. Jonathan Parkinson, Feb. 21, 1820.

Robert Ross, Jan. 12, 1798. David Gray, Jr., Feb. 21, 1820.

Joseph Gibbons, Jan. 12, 1798. JeremialiGlasgow, March 20,1820.



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HISTORY OB" GKEENE COUNTY.



Eleazer Lnce, Feb. 9, 1799.
Jonatliaa Johnson, Feb. 9, 1799.
John McKee, Feb. 9, 1799.
Jared Brush, Feb. 9, 1799.
John Glasgow, Feb. 9, 1799.
John Corbly, Jan. 15, 1801.
Thomas Patterson, Feb. 27, 1801.
Jacob Black, April 2, 1802.
Thomas Lazear, April 1, 1803.
John Hair, Jan. 1, 1806.



John Crawford, March 14, 1822.
Corbly Garrard, Jan. 25, 1823.
Matthew Dill, March 24, 1823.
John Pettit, March 16, 1824.
Levi Monis, March 16, 1824.
Nicholas tiagar, Feb. 5, 1825.
Nathaniel Campbell, Feb. 5, 1825.
Ed. McGlumphey, June 23, 1827.
William Burge, May 2, 1828.
Hiram Heaton, May 12, 1828



H. Postlethwaite, April 22, 1807. John T. Rinehart, March 31, 1829
David Worley, March 29, 1808. John Hijler, April 29, 1829.



James Dye, Oct. 20, 1808.
Thomas Hersey, Jan. 21, 1809.
Rees Hill, March 15, 1809.
James Clark, May 2, 1809.
Samuel Hill, Jan. 14, 1811.
Robert Milliken, Jan. 14, 1811.



Joseph Johnson, May 22, 1829.
Abia Minor, Jan. 28, 1830.
Benjamin Miller, April 21, 1831.
James Mustard, Jan. 21, 1832.
John Lindsey, Oct. 29, 1832.
William Seals, March 18, 1833.



Ephraim Coleman, July 4, 1811. Wm. McCallester, March 10, 1833



Jacob Baily, July 4, 1811.
Robert Lewis, July 4, 1811.
John Morrison, Dec. 15, 1812.
William Heaton, Feb. 13, 1813.
Jacob Rickey, Feb. 3, 1814.
David Taylor, April 28, 1815.
Thomas Burson, Dec. 1, 1815.
Joshua Cobb, Dec. 24, 1816.
WilHam Baily, March 20, 1817.
James Tuttle, Feb. 15, 1819.



Lewis Headlee, March 18, 1833.
John McMay, April 22, 1883.
Joseph Adamson, Dec. 27, 1833.
George Haner, Feb. 14, 1834.
Vincent Smith, May 27, 1834.
Jesse Kent, June 9, 1834.
James Cree, June 9, 1834.
G. B. Goodrich, June 9, 1834.
Benjamin Jennings, June 9, 1834.
Robert Boyd, Dec. 2, 1834.



Carey McLelland, Feb. 15, 1819. John Parkinson, Aug. 31, 1835.

District No. 2 is composed of the Township of Morgan and town
of Clarksville.

District No. 8 is composed of the Townships of Cumberland and
Jelferson.

District No. 4 is composed of the Townships of Greene, Dunkard
and Monongahela.

Disti'ict No. 5 is composed of the Townships of Whitely, Wayne,
and part of Aleppo.

District No. 6 is composed of the Townships of Richhill, Centre,
and part of Aleppo.

Benjamin F. Black, March 1, '36, District No. 4.

Ralph Drake, March 13, '36, District No. 3.

Henry Neil, March 13, '86, District No. 3.

Ralph Drake, May 15, '37, District No. 2.

Samuel D. McCarl, Jan. 10, '38, District No. 5.



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William Phillips, Jan. 10, '38, District No. 6.

Abner Garrison, March 8, '38, District No. 5.

Justus Garard, June 19, '38, District No. 4.

George Strope, March 18, '39, District No. 6.

James Walton, May 10, '39, District No. 2.

Joseph Debolt, April 14, '40, Township of Aleppo.

William Hoge, April 14, '40, Morgan.

Thomas Horner, April 14, '40, Cumberland.

Caleb Kimble, April 14, '40, Aleppo.

Abraham Tustin, April 14, '40, Wayne.

Alexander Stephenson, April 14, '40, Greene.

Asa Sellers, April 14, '40, Centre.

Silas Rush, April 14, '40, Morris.

John Reynolds, April 14, '40, Borough of Jefferson.

James Walton, April 14, "40, Morgan.

Lewis Headlee, April 14, '40, Whitely.

Benjamin Long, April 14, '40, Dunkard.

Benjamin F. Black, April 14, '40, Monongaliela.

Edward Barker, April 14, '40, Morris.

James Garrison, April 14, '40, Dunkard.

George Haver, April 14, '40, Cumberland.

Jesse Kent, April 14, '40, Centre.

Justus Garard, 14, '40, Monongahela.

William Kincaid, April 14, '40, Jefferson.

Henry Neel, April 14, '40, Borough of Jefferson.

Vincent Smith, April 14, '40, Franklin.

Jacob Barnes, April 14, '40, Washington.

Michael Strosnider, April 14, '40, Jefferson.

David Gray, April 14, '40, Richhill.

Robert Boyd, April 14, '40, Washington.

Corbly Garard, April 14, '40, Greene.

Fletcher Brock, April 14, '40, Wayne.

John Clark, April 14, '40, Franklin.

Daniel Hook, April 14, '40, Marion.

Thomas Lazear, April 14, '40, Richhill.

Benjamin Jennings, April 14, '40, Marion.

Joseph B. Johnson, April 14, '40, Jackson.

Abner Garrison, April 14, '40, Jackson.



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