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Bacon, Elmer 703

Bacon, Dr. Ethan B 193

Bacon, Morgan L., M. D., sketches of 199, 704
Bacon, Morgan L., M. D., portrait of . . . . 201

Bacon, Oliver 720

Bacon, Oliver, Jr., sketch of 721

Bacon, Oliver Jr., portrait of 737

Bacon, Simeon, sketch of 720

Bacon, Simeon, portrait of 721

Bailey, Carl E 850

Bailey, Cephas 1075

Bailey, Clark B 849

Bailey, Clark W 1066

Bailey, Harrison C 1075

Bailey, John W., sketch of 670

Bailey, John W., portrait of 673

Bailey, Julius M 672

Bailey, Leon 672

Bailey, Llewellyn L 671

Bailey, Hon. Morton S 671

Bailey, Ransom W 672

Bailey, Robert B 1066

Bailey, Roswell 361, 1065 \

Bailey, Thomas H., sketch of 1066

Bailey, Thomas H., portrait of 625

Bair, Thomas A., M. D 201, 958

Baker, Aaron E 863

Baker, Albert 907

Baker, Allen 891

Baker, Charles L 979

Baker, Chauncey 979

Baker, Hollister 907

Baker, Ira 891

Baker, Nathan 891

Baker, Robert Casbeer 863

Baker, Hon. Samuel 56, 207, 524

Baker, Sylvanus S 863

Balance, The 587

Baldwin, Alfred M 750

Baldwin, Daniel W 185

Baldwin, Eleazer 532, 1031

Baldwin, Ethan 84

Baldwin, Henry i 211

Baldwin, H. L 178

Baldwin, Moses S 1031

Baldwin, Mose S 1032

Baldwin, Vine 749

Baldwin, Vine H 750

Balsam Postoffice 359

Banking House of Morgan Seely 399

Banking House of Ross & Williams 586

Banner, The Northern 512

Banner, The Tioga 325

Banner, The Tioga County 324

Bannon, Patrick 1123

Baptist Chtjkches. — Wellsboro, 307, 310;

Delmar, 355-56; Charleston, 364-65;

Middlebury, 373-74; Deerfield, 418-19;

Knoxville, 428; Westfleld township,

435; Westfield borough, 447; Brook-



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field, 453-54; Chatham, 461; Clymer,
467; Shippen, 473; Gaines, 480; Mor-
ris, 490; Antrim, 497; Tioga borough,
513; Lawrenceville, 538; Jackson,
546-47; Rutland, 554-55; Sullivan,
561-62; Mansfield, 588; Covington, 603;
Blossburg, 620; Morris Run, 628-29;
Union, 652.

Bar Association, of Tioga County 186

Bar of Tioga County 151

Bar, present members of 185

Barden, John M., M. D 199, 1063

Barden, O. P., M. D 200

Barden, William M., M. D. 198, 1063

Barnes, Augustus F 707

Barney, William 536

Barnhart, John H 962

Bartle, Augustus 745

Bartle, Eli 985

Bartle, Jacob C 746

Bartle, Ransford D 753

Bastian, John C, M. D 198

Baxter, Alva 824

Baxter, Calvin S., M. D 202, 833

Baxter, George Henry 832

Baxter, William 824

Beach, Clark W 169

Beach, Ezra G 953

Beach, Isaac 953

Beach, Jefferson B 953

Bean, Ebenezer A 896

Bear Run-Coal Mines 610

Beard, Dr 192

Beauge, Eugene 712

Beauge, Francis 712

Beauge, Frank L 713

Beck, George 1149

Beebe, Anson 1025

Beebe, Charles 1025

Beebe, Hiram 1025

Beecher, Hopestill 406

Beecher, John 272, 406

Beecher, Mrs. John 270

Beecher, Thomas 406

Beers, James Lewis, M. D 202, 819

Beiver, Charles L 829

Beiver, Lewis 828

Bellews, Ira W., M. D 436

Bench and Bar 145

Benedict, Elisha B., M. D 195

Benjamin, Elmer E 763

Benjamin, Miner 763

Bennett, John Calvin 1116

Bennett, Albert M 1116

Bentley, E. N 1072

Bentley, Dr. J. Irving 203

Bentley, W. W 1072

Bergh, John A 1018

Bergh, Joseph 1018

Bernauer, Joshua 961

Berry, Thomas 506

Beuter, Albert 1133

Biddle, Israel 1129

Big Marsh 351

Big Meadows 470

Billings, Charles Freeborn, sketch of... 876
Billings, Charles Freeborn, portrait of. . 417



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Billings, Silas, enterprises 6'f .114,423,478, 484

Billings, Silas, sketch of 875

Billings, Silas X, sketch ol 876

Billings, Silas X., portrait of 309

Billings Park 421

Birmingham, Thomas J 1158

Birrolo, Dr. Francis A 617

Bixby, Amos 1059

Black, Isaac F 1158

Blackwell, Enoch, Sr 487,1154

Blackwell, Enoch 1155

Blackwell, William 1155

Blackwell, Dr. William 199

Blaekwells, village of 492

Blair, Matthew A 1134

Blair, Matthew C 1127

Blair, Orrin 714

Blanchard, Charles, Sr 826

Blanchard, Charles 826

Blanchard, Oliver H 827

Bliss, John J 778

Bliss, John S 778

Bliss, Mrs 268

Block House 96, 640

Bloss, Aaron 593, 612, 1107

Bloss, Everett Winter 1107

Bloss, Eandolph F 1108

Bloss Coal Vein 120, 122

Blossburg Advertiser 1126

Blossbubg Bobough.— Opening of the
Williamson Road, 611; Peter's Camp,
611; Physical Features, 611; Streams,
611; Altitude, 611; Population, 612;
Pioneer Settlers, 612; Early Indus-
tries and Enterprises, 613; Discovery
of Coal, 613; Judge John H. Knapp's
Enterprises, 613; The Arbon Coal Com-
pany, 614; Postmasters, 614; Early
Stores and Hotels, 614; Coming and
Blossburg Eailroad, 614; John G.
Boyd's Speculations, 615; Sir Charles
Lyell's Visit, 615; Manufacture of
Glass, 615; Morris Run Eailroad, 615;
Fall Brook Railroad, 616; Leather
Tannery, 616; Borough Organization
and Officials, 616; Fire Department,
616; The Fire of 1873, 617; Physicians
and Lawyers, 617; Schools, 618; Mt.
Zion Welsh Congregational Church,
618; Christ Protestant Episcopal
Church, 618; St. Luke's Protestant
Episcopal Church, 619; St. Andrew's
Roman Catholic Church, 619; St.
Mary's Roman Catholic Church (Po-
lish), 619; The First Presbyterian
Church of Blossburg, 620; The First
Methodist Episcopal Church of Bloss-
burg, 620; The First Baptist Church
ol Blossburg, 620; The Second Con-
gregational Church of Blossburg, 621;
Cemet-eries, 631; Societies, 621; The
Blossburg Petroleum Company, 623;
The Blossburg Water Company, 623;
The Blossburg Beef Company, 623;
The Blossburg Building, Real Estate
and Improvement Company, 623; The
Miners National Bank, 623; The Cot-



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tage State Hospital, 624; The Bloss-
burg Advertiser, 1126.
Bloss Township. — Organization, 604;
Area and Boundaries, 604; Altitude,
604; Streams, 604; Forest Growth,
604; Mineral Deposits, 605; Farming
Lands, 605; Justices of the Peace,
605; Reductions of Area, 605; The
Blossburg Coal Company, 605; Arnot,
607; Landrus, 610; The Bear Run
Coal Mines, 610.
Blossburg Coal, character and uses of.. 127

Blossburg Coal Company 105, 605

Blossburg and Gaines Coal Basins 119

Blossburg Mountain Basin 20

Bodine, Abram L 674

Bodine, Ellis M 673

Bodine, Fred M 674

Bodine, Isaac M 673

Bodine, William T 674

Bonney, Dr. Hibbard 193

Bonney, Dr. Jonathan 191

Boom, Ben 948

Boom, Matthew 214, 948

Booth, Henry 285

Borden, H. H., M. D 197

Borden, Robert J 698

Bosard, Andrew 858

Bosard, Andrew Keller 858

Bosard, James Huntington 174

Bosard, Jerome L 833

Bosworth, Charles H., M. D 202, 862

Bos worth, Henry C, M. D 198, 862

Bottom, Charles 831

Bottom, Jerome 831

Bottom, Walter 831

Bottum, Arthur L., M. D 200, 918

Boundary Line Dispute 48

Boundary Line of Purchase of 1768 34

Bowen, Benjamin S 870

Bowen, Elihu 893

Bowen, Emmer, Sr 869

Bowen, Emmer 870

Bowen, Enoch E 870

Bowen, George C 871

Bowen, George W 823

Bowen, Isaac R 779

Bowen, John R 684

Bowen, Martin 893

Bowman, Charles O 164

Bowman, Godfrey 213

Boyden, Addison 734

Boyden, Addison C 735

Boyden, Alfred 734

Boyden, Charles P 735

Boyden, Joseph 734

Boyden, Melvin 734

Boyer, Dr. H 200

Bradford, Joseph E 1097

Bradford, Leonard J., M. D 1097

Bradley, Elbridge J 984

Bradley, Peter W 984

Brant, Legrand G 1036

Brant, Nelvin H 1036

Breck, Eev. Charles 397

Brewster, Alexander S. .-. 156

Brewster, Jonah 666



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Briggs, Ira 799

Briggs, Oliver 799

Brill, Louis 717

Brimegin, Andrew 960

Brookfield Township. • — Organization,
449; Origin of Name, 449; Area and
Boundaries, 449; Physical Conforma-
tion, 449; Elevations, 449; Streams,
449; Population, 450; Justices of the
Peace, 450; Early Settlers, 450; Mills
and Factories, 452; Schools, 453; The
First Methodist Episcopal Church of
Brookfield, 452; The Second Metho-
dist Episcopal Church of Brookfield,
453; The Free Will Baptist Church of
Brookfield, 453; The First Baptist
Church of Brookfield, 454; Brookfield
Hollow Union Cemetery Association,
454; The Plank Cemetery, 454; Wood-
lawn Cemetery Association, 454;
Brookfield, 454; Austinburg, 455; Syl-
vester, 456.

Brookfield, village of 454

Brooks, Almon 742

Brooks, Frank W 742

Broughton, Emmet W 975

Broughton, Henry 930

Broughton, Horace 975

Broughton, Nathan 930

Broughton, William 931

Brown, James B 807

Brown, Dr. Jeremiah 192

Brown, John 864

Brown, John H 209

Brown, Dr. Leon C 203

Brown, Merrit B 1040

Brown, Miletus 1040

Brown, Poleman E 807

Brown, Eichard 806

Brown, Wilbur 1011

Brownlee PostofBce 497

Brugler, Charles E 888

Brunswick Tannery 492

Bryant, Hiram 786

Bryant, Isaac 810

Bryant, James 786

Bryant, James E 787

Bryant, Niles Emmer 787

Buck, S. Austin 934

Buck, Randolph H 935

Buckley, John H 742

Buckley, Peter 741

Buckwheat, cultivation of 118

Buffalo and Susquehanna Railroad 108

Bulkley, Charles 853

Bulkley, Edwin B 915

Bulkley, George 915

Bulkley, George Newton 853

Bulkley, Ira 853

Bulkley, Israel 208, 853

Bundy, Dr. Oliver Treat 193

Burdic, Riley 954

Burdie, William R 955

Burg-in, John Jacob 694

Burley, Ebenezer 210

Bumham, D. C 1072



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Burnett, John 759

Bumside, Hon. Thomas 145

Burrows, Gen. John, narrative of 63

Bush, Alvah C 995

Bush, Cornelius 931

Bush, John B 897

Bush, Peter B 931

Butler, Allen 724

Butler, Edward H 981

Butler, Horace 981

Butler, John M 724

Butler, Wellman 734

Button, Elpheus 789

Button, Charley B 790

Button, Harvey 789

Butts, Byrissa B 1056

Butts, Charles N 958

Butts, Lorin, sketch of 1056

Butts, Lorin, portrait of 569

C

Cady, Leniuel 847

Cady, Sala V 800

Cady, Samuel A *. 799

Cady, Simeon 847

Caldwell, Dr. Henry E 301

Caldwell, Dr. John 300

Caldwell, Dr. William 200

Calkins, Rev. J. F 300

Cameron, David 178

Campbell, Adelbert E 830

Campbell, E. B 113

Campbell, Edward H 730

Campbell, Francis C 84

Campbell, James 729

Campbell, John H 839

Campbell, Joseph, Sr 839

Campbell, Joseph, Jr 839

Campbell, Joseph D 830

Campbell, Newell T 730

Campbell, Robert (Morris township) 211

Campbell, Robert (Delmar) 729

Campbell. William 729

Cannon, Hyram . . , 192

Cannon, Dr. Stillman 192

Canoe Camp, village of 573

Canoe Camp Full Cream Cheese Fac-
tory 574

Canoe Place 35

Carl, Dimcan 214

Carpenter. Charles 872

Carpenter, Lorentes 873

Carpenter, Lyman 872

Carpenter, Willard S 873

Carpenter Postoffice 653

Casbeer, Daniel E 833

Casbeer, Robert 832

Casbeer, William 213

Cass, Prof. Marion F 850

Catholic Chtjeches. — St. Peter's, Wells-
boro, 309; Church of the Sacred Heart,
Hoytville, 491; St. John's, Antrim,
496; St. Mary's, Tioga borough, 515;
Mansfield Mission, 591; St. Andrew's,
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619; St. Mary's, Blossburg', 619; St.
Mary's, Morris Eun, 629; St. Joseph's,
Morris Kun, 639; St. John's, Fall
Brook, 638; St. John's, Union town-
ship, 653.

Central Union Church, Sullivan 564

Chamberlain, Floyd 1104

Chamberlain, Henry Elisha 847

Chamberlain, Joel 847

Chamberlain, Simon Snyder 812

Chamberlain, Ulysses 1104

Champaign, William E 711

Champlain, Joseph 941

Champlaiu, Eobert 940

Champlain, William 940

Champlin, George 906

Champlin, James, sketch of 907

Champlin, James, portrait of 913

Chandler, Norman T 691

Channell, Leon Sewell 184

Channell, S. Fowler 178

CnAELESTOJsr Township. — Organization,
360; Area and Boundaries, 360;
Streams, 360; Elevations, 360; Popu-
lation, 361; The Pioneers, 361; Mills
and Other Enterprises, 362; Schools,
363; Justices of the Peace, 363; The
Charleston Baptist Church, 364; The
Old School Baptist Church, 364; The
Kegular Baptist Church of Cherry
Flats, 364; The Eegular Baptist
Church of East Charleston, 365; The
First Methodist Episcopal Church of
Catlin Hollow, 365; The First Meth-
odist Episcopal Church of Charleston,
365; The Methodist Episcopal Church
of Round Top, 366; Mt. Zion Wesleyan
Methodist Church, 366; The Welsh
Congregation and Society of Charles-
ton, 366; The First Christian Church
of Charleston, 366; Cemeteries, 366
Societies, 367; Cherry Flats, 367
Cherry Plats Cheese Factory, 367
Whitneyville, or East Charleston Post-
office, ' 368; The East Charleston
Cheese Factory, 368; The Dartt Settle-
ment, 368; The Welsh Settlement,
368; Eound Top, 368; The Eound Top
Cheese Factory, 369; Hill's Creek, 369.

Chase, Stephen P 945

Chatham Township. — Organization, 457;
Area and Boundaries, 457; Streams,
457; Physical Peculiarities, 457; Early
Settlers, 458; Pioneer Industries, 459;
Schools, 460; Justices of the Peace,
460; The Free Will Baptist Church of
Chatham Valley, 461; The First Meth-
odist Episcopal Church of Chatham,
461; The Second Methodist Episcopal
Church, 461; The First Chatham Ceme-
tery Association, 461; The Lee Ceme-
tery Association, 461; The Robert
Hill Cemetery Association, 462; The
Boardman Cemetery, 462; Societies,
462; Little Marsh, 462; Chatham Val-
ley Postoffice, or Shortsville, 463;
East Chatham, 463.



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Chatham Valley Postoffice 463

Cheney, Alpheus 663

Cherry Flats, village of 367

Cherry Plats Cheese Factory 367

Chief Justice Supreme Court of Penn-
sylvania 137

Christian Churches. — Charleston, 366;
Knoxville, 438; Lawrence, 540;
Mainesburg, 564; Canoe Camp, 572;
Covington, 603; Union, 653.

Church, Leon A 1031

Clark, C. Elsworth 874

Clark, Cecil A 874

Clark, Edwin E., M. D 203, 866

Clark, Eleazer 873

Clark, Elias H 873

Clark, Elijah Pincheon 1051

Clark, Frank W 169

Clark, George A 1053

Clark, Justus B 1052

Clark, Justus B., Jr 1058

Clark, Lewis J 866

Clark, Seth 210

Clarke, Arvine 807

Clarke, David Arvine 808

Clarke, John E 808

Clemens, Frank 774

Clemens, Martin 774

Clemens, Martin V 774

demons, Alanson 1108

Clemons, David 131, 1108

Clemons, Holland 1108

Clemons Coal Mine 121

Cleveland, Dr. J. E 199

Clpos, David 908

Cloos, Luther Newberry, M. D 203, 809

Cloos, Newberry 809

Cloos, Newberry, Sr 908

Close, Ambrose 908

Close, Charles 777

Close, E. G 777

Close, Reuben H 825

Clymer Postoffice 469

Cltmbr Township. — Original Name, 463;
Why Named Clymer, 463; Elevation,
464; Drainage, 464; Form and Area,
464; Early Settlers, 464; Early In-
dustries, 466; Schools, 466; Justices,
466; The Methodist Episcopal Church
of Clymer, 466; Clymer Baptist Church,
467; The Free Will Baptist Church of
Sabinsville, 467; The Sabinsville Ceme-
tery, 467; The Ackley Cemetery, 467;
The Labar Burying Ground, 467; The
West Beech Woods Cemetery, 467 ; The
Bristol Burying Ground, 467; The Bar-
ber Cemetery, 467; The Larrison and
Swimelar Cemeteries, 467; Societies,
467; Mixtown, 467; Sabinsville, 468;
Davis Station, or Lansing Postoffice,
468; Azelta, 468; Clymer, 469.

Clymer, William B 463

Clymer, Mrs. William B., patriotism of. . 217

Coal, discovery of at Blossburg 121

Coal Measures and Veins 120

Coal Mines and Mining 119

Coal Mining, past and present 131



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Coal Milling Statistics 130

Coal, production of 125

"Coal Regions of America," extracts

from 126

Coal Run Mine 124

Coal Seams Described 126

Coates, Edwin W 835

Coates, Lintsford 835

Coates, Lintsford M 835

Coates, Timothy 835

Cobb, M. H., printer and poet 253, 321

Coke, manufacture of 128

Coke Ovens 128

Cole, Dr. Alston J 200

Cole, George L 791

Cole, Heber 790

Cole, John J 215

Cole, Dr. Orson C 200

Cole, Royal Sll, 215, 267

Cole, Sala 790

Colegrove, George Thomas 815

Colegrove, Thomas 815

Coleman, Dr. Samuel 190

Coles, Lyman 718

Coles, Sheridan E 1078

Coles, William Riley 718

Colvin, Benjamin P 864

Colvin, Gaylord G 864

Colvin, W. Rensselaer 867

Commissioners' Clerks 143

Commissioners, first session of 76

Commissioners' Contract with David

Henry 133

Commissioners' and Prothonotary's

Building 134

Common School System Adopted 291

Compton, Jesse 819

Compton, William T 819

Cone, A. P 159

Conevery, Prank 708

Congregational Chubches. — Elkland,
392; Nelson, 410; Arnot, 609; Bloss-
burg, 618, 621.

Conley, Jacob B 814

Conley, Jefferson B 815

Conners, J. D 1132

Constitutional Conventions, members

of 138

Converse, Chester R 687

Converse, M. M 687

Conyngham, John Nesbit 146

Cook, "Granny" 191

Cook, John 1124

Cook, Reuben, Sr 207, 405

Cook, Reuben, Jr 406

Coolidge, Amos 268

Cooper, Jason 214

Cooper, Joseph 949

Cooper, Solomon 949

Corey, Benjamin 575

Cornelius, Charles H 185

Cornelius, Prank M 845

Cornelius, Joseph 844

Corning and Blossburg Railroad. .. .105, 123

Coroners 143

County Auditors 142

County Commissioners 141



County House and Parm 136

County Records Stolen 90

County School Convention, first 291

County Seat Laid Out 73

County Seat, lots advertised 74

County Superintendents 144

County Surveyors 143

County Treasurers 140^

Courier, The Knoxville 437

Courts, early 80

Court House and Jail 134

Covington Borough. — Creation, 597 ;
Description, 597; Population, 597;
Early Settlers, 597; Manufacturing
Enterprises, 598; Early Hotel Keepers
and Merchants, 599; Borough Organi-
tion and Oflicials, 600; Postmasters
and Physicians, 601; Newspapers, 601;
Schools, 602; The Church of Christ of
Covington, 603; The Pirst Methodist
Episcopal Church of Covington, 602;
The Pirst Baptist Church of Coving-
ton, 603; The Pirst Presbyterian
Church of Covington, 603; Secret So-
cieties, 604

Covington Glass Works 116, 595

Covington Township. — Organization,
593; Area and Boundaries, 593;
Streams, 593; Physical Peatures, 593;
Population, 593; Early Settlers, 593;
Early and Later Enterprises, 594; The
Covington Glass Works, 595; Schools,
595; Postmasters and Justices, 596;
The Pirst Methodist EpiscopJtl Church
of Cherry Flats,. 596; The Second Ad-
ventist Church, 596; The Covington
Cemetery, 596; The Gray Cemetery,
596; The Lewis Farm Cemetery, 596;
Societies, 596.
Cowanesque Branch of Pall Brook Rail-
road 106

Cowanesque, meaning of name 27, 395

Cowanesque River 27

Cowanesque River Declared Navigable.. 104

Cowanesque Valley 24

Cowanesque Valley Bank 399'

Cowbum, Henry S 966

Cox, Gen. Robert Corson, sketches of .317, 679'
Cox, Gen. Robert Corson, portrait of . . . 341
Cox, Gen. Robert Corson, "Memories of

the War" 217

Crags and Pines — poem 356

Crajidall, Asa 848'

Crandall, Charles M 848

Crandall, Francis Marion 860^

Crandall, Fred. W 849

Crandall, G. D., M. D 200'

Crandall, Russell 859

Crandall, Silas G 860

Crandall, Stennett 859

Crandall, Truman 860'

Crandall, Vine 860'

Crippen, John 214

Crooked Creek 25

Crooked Creek Basin 22

Crooked Creek Canon 25

Crooked Creek, course of 23



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Crooked Creek Declared Navigable 104

Crooked Creek Postoffice 376

Crowther, Rev. John C 1105

Cudworth, James, Sr 2] 2, 1086

Cud worth, James, sketch of 1086

Cudvyorth, James, portrait of 553

Cudworth, James C 1086

Cudvyorth, Paul 1086

Cummings, Dwight 813

Cummings, Charles Gurdon 813

Cummings, John L 1065

Cummings, Lawton 1065

Curran, George W 899

Curran, Henry 899

D

Daggett, Levids 1004

Daggett, Reuben 1003

Daggett, Seth 1003

Daggett, Seth 1004

TJaggetts, village of 549

Dairy and Meadow Farms 117

Damon, Pardon 157

Daniels, Henry F., Sr. . . v 891

Daniels, Henry F., Jr 892

Daniels, Richard 526

Darbv, Delbert H 1160

Darby, G. W 1159

Darling, Horace M 1026

Darling, Jerry C 982

Darling, Joseph A 974

Darling, Dr. Levris, Sr 193, 1026

Darling, Dr. Levris 199, 1027

Darling, Parsons L 1026

Darling, Thomas V 1028

Dartt, Albert P '. . . 700

Dartt, Arthur H 700

Dartt, Cyrus 699

Dartt, Edgar S 700

Dartt, Harris 975

Dartt, Hiram W 700

Dartt, James Gillis 767

Dartt, John B '... 976

Dartt, Col Justus 211, 699

Dartt Settlement 368

Davidson, Dr. James 190

Davies, Thomas D 776

Davies, Thomas J 776

Davis, Charles M 957

Davis, Frank M 923

Davis, George 1138

Davis, Hugh Llewellyn, M. D., sketches

of 201, 704

Davis, Hugh Llewellyn, M. D.. portrait

of 705

Davis, Jared 214, 957

Davis, John 958

Davis, John J., sketch of 1009

Davis, John J., portrait of 129

Davis, James T 1010

Davis, ReuTDcn F 957

Davis Station 468

Davis, Wilson 923

Day, Dr. William W 198

Deane, Darlus L 177

Deane, Erastus P 674



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Deans, Frank A., sketch of 711

Deans, Frank A., portrait of 337

Deans, Horace A 710

Dearman, Albert 881

Dearman, Justus '. 881

Decker, Charles F 939

Decker, Joseph M 939

Deeboteld Township. — Origin of Name,
412; Original Area, 412; Present Area
and Boundaries, 412; Streams, 412;
Physical Features, 412; Altitude, 412;
Population, 412; Early Settlers, 413;
James Strawbridge's Experience, 413;
James Knox, the First White Male
Child, 414; Business and Manufactur-
ing Enterprises, 415; The Moses Lee
Cheese Factory, 416; The E. A. Bean
Cheese Factory, 416; J. S. Ingham &
Sons' Woolen Mill, 416; Pioneer
Schools, 417; Union Academy, 417;
Early Physicians and Justices, 418;
The Free Will Baptist Church of Deer-
field, 418; The First Baptist Church of
Deerfield, 419; East Deerfield Free
Baptist Church, 419; Highland Ceme-
tery Association, 420; Academy Cor-
ners, 420; Societies, 420.

Delmar Postoffice 359

Delmab Township. — Taxables of 1812,
68; Township Formed, 75; Bound-
aries Defined, 75, 350; Original Area,
75; Origin of Name, 350; Constituted
a Separate Election District, 350; Pres-
ent Area and Boundaries, 350; Phys-
ical Features, 350; Streams, 351; The
Big Marsh, 351; Elevations, 351; Pio-
neer Settlers, 352; Manufacturing En-
terprises, 353; Schools, 355; The First
Baptist Church of Delmar, 355; Marsh
Creek Baptist Church, 355; The Del-
mar Free Baptist Church, 356; The
Delmar and Shippen Free Baptist
Church, 356; The Coolidge Hollow
Methodist Episcopal Church, 356; The
First Methodist Episcopal Church of
Middle Ridge, 356; The Dexter Meth-
odist Episcopal Church, 357; Cemete-
ries, 357; Stony Fork, Village of, 357;
The Stony Fork Creamery Association,
358; Secret Societies, 358; Stokesdale,
358; The Wellsboro Leather Company,
358; Stokesdale Junction, 359; Village
of Tiadaghton, 359; Kennedy, 359;
Olmsville, 359; Knapp, 359; Delmar;
359; Draper, 359; Balsam, 359.

Democrat, The Tioga 512

Democrat, The Wellsboro Weeklj"- 323

Dengle, John R 924

Deputy Attorney General 139

Derby, George H 696

Derby, George 696

Derbyshire, Charles 740

Derbyshire, William 741

Derbyshire, William Trowbridge 740

DeWitt, Caleb H 1099

DeWitt, Calvin H noo

Dickinson, George W 802



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Page.

Dickinson, Nathaniel 801

Dickinson, Peter 114

Dickinson, Samuel 114

Dimmick, Charles E 967

Dinnison, Andrew 1157

Dinnison, James 1157

Dip of the Rocks 31

District Attorneys 139

District Line 640

Doan, Andrew Jackson 826

Doan, Jacob B 836

Docket Entries 85

Dodge, James E 935

Donaldson, John P 186

Dorrance, Hon. Benjamin 840

Dorranee, George 839

Dorrance, George Gershom 841

Dort, Elihu J. 976

Dort, Porter J 977

Doud, Peleg 1086

Doud, Rev. Peleg W 1087

Drake, Dr. Emery G 201

Draketown 607

Draper Postofflce 359

Driscoll, Michael 1137

DriscoU, Thomas 1137

Dufe, John 1150

Dulso. Joseph C 846

Duncan Township. — Origin of Name,
493; Organization, 493; Area and Boun-
daries, 493; Physical Features, 493; Ele-
vations, 493; Population, 494; Justices,
494; TheFallBrook Coal Company, 494;
The Lawrenceville and Wellsboro Rail-
road, 494; The Village of Antrim, 495;
Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church,
496; St. John's Catholic Church, 496;
The Baptist Church of Antrim, 497;
The Swedish Baptist Church of An-
trim, 497; The Swedish Evangelical
Ijutheran Lebanon Church, 497; The
Presbyterian Church of Antrim, 497;
Brownlee Postoffice, 497.

Duhkle, Frank S 719

Dunsmore, Andrew B 182

Dwyer, John F 1130

Dwyer, Patrick 1130

E

Eagle, The Tioga 323

Early Attempts at Development of Coal

Deposits 122

Early Financial Statements 77

Early Mail Carriers 370

Early Military History 206

Early Navigation Schemes 103

East Charleston Postoffice 368

East Chatham Postoffice 463

East Point PostofBce 649

East and West State Road 85, 102

Eaton, Professor 123

Ebenton Postoffice 474

Eberenz, Alexander 985

Eberenz, Charles 723

Eberenz, William, sketch of 721

Eberenz, William, portrait of 353



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Eberenz, William B 722

Eberle, Frank, sketch of 914

Eberle, Frank, portrait of 465

Edgcomb, John C 925

Edward's, Prof. Artemus 865

Eick, Henry '. 920

Eightieth Regiment — Seventh Cavalry.. 229

Elbridge Postoffice 383

Eldridge, John 955



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