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He is said to have built the first grist mill at Glenora — then Lake on-
the-Mountain, and probably it was the first in Prince Edward County.
That was as early as 1791. He had a son Allan who lived for year.s
at the Stone Mills, — Glenora— and died there. Allan married a daugh-
ter of Jonathan Allen and there are a number of his descendants yet
living in Prince Edward County. Major Vanalstine had no daughters.
He had a brother, Cornelius Vanalstine, who was probably the first
magistrate appointed in the township. Peter was born in 1747 and
was therefore 37 years of age when he landed in Adolphustown. He
died in 1811, aged 64 years, and was buried in the U. E. L. ground,
but there is nothing now to distinguish his grave.

The Vanduzens. — There were two of the Vanduzen brothers
among the fir«t settlers, Conrad and Casper, both of whom appear to
have taken a prominent part in the early affairs of the township.
Conrad was most spoken of. He lived on the "front," on Bay of
Quinte shore, east next farm to the Allisons He first kept a tavern
there, and it was in his house, it is said, that Rev. Wm. Losee, the first
Metho ist preacher, preached his tirst sermon in the township, in 1790.
He was converted and at once went and chopped down his sign post.
Playter in his history of Methodism, speaks of him as unlearned, and
at his first attempt at family prayer could only think of " Now I lay
me down to sleep." Casper married the widow of Jacob Hoover, the
first of the pioneer part}^ who died, having been killed by the falling
of a limb of a tree, not many months after the landing. The brothers
were put down in the original Government list as " Loyalists from
New York." Rev. Conra<l Vanduzen. one of the early Methodist Min-
isters, was a descendant of one of these families. He died at Whitby



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PERSONAL NOTES. 69



a quarter of a century ago. They intermarried with the Huffs, and
the descendants are numerous, but none of t|ie name reside in Adol-
phustown.

Peter Van Skyver was town clerk for two or three terms.
His name appears among those who landed first, and he appears to
have been located on the " Back Bay," fifth concession, but the oldest
mhabitant now has no recollection about him, or any of that fnmily.
None of the name have resided in the township for the past seventy
years or more.

Tke Watsons. — James Watson and his son, John Joseph, were town
clerks. James was not one of the U. E. Loyalists. He was a native
' of Scotland, and held some position in the military service. He
located in Adolphnstown and married a daughter of Joseph Allen.
Both lived and died there. It is said he kept one of the early taverns
in the Township. John Joseph Watson was his only son. He lived
and spent all his days in the Township, and died about ten years ago,
one of its wealthiest and most prominent residenta He was several
times Reeve of the township, And was Warden of Lennox and Adding-
ton He was also President of the Lennox Conservative Association.
He was two or three times ToWnship Clerk, in the old Town meeting
days. He married a daughter of Jonathan Allen, his cousin. But one
of their children is now living, Mrs. Minnie Watson Duffett, of Adol-
phustown, now the sole survivor of the family. She has children, but
none of the Watson name are now resident in the township. Mr. J. J.
Watson donated the land on which the U. E. L. Memorial Church (St.
Albans) now stands. The family are all buried there.

The Qtuak^rs, — On the seventh day of ninth month, 1798, a "pre-
parative " meeting was held in Philip Borland's house, for the purpose
of organizing a society. A committee was present from the Nine
Partners (N. Y.) meeting, consisting of Fry Willes, Enoch Borland,
Gideon Lamore, Harvey Hill and Reuben Haight. A meeting house
was erected in 1799, and its ruin still stands. See Country Life in Can-
ada Fifty Years Ago, by Canniff Haight. From this as a centre the
Quakers spread into IWnce Edward County, Frontenac and Leeds.
Among the early Quakers of Adolphnstown were the Dorlands, Trum-
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DISBANDED TROOPS AND LOYALISTS OF 1784.

Return of disbanded Troops and Loyalists settled in Township
No. 4, Cataraqui, Mustered this 5 October, 1784. (Canadian Archives
for 1891, page 11.)

Allen, Joseph.

Baker, John; Baker, John, Jr.; Bangor, Con rand ; Benson,
Albert ; Benson, Garret ; Benson, Matthew ; Bogart, Abraham ;
Bogai t, Gilbert ; Bremner, Peter.

Carumell, Alex. ; Cammell, John Law ; Camahan, Joseph ; Clark,
Wm. ; Clonch, Benj. N. ; Cole, Barrent ; Cole, Daniel ; Cole, Simon ;
Cornell, Albert ; Crysdales, John.

Deane, Moses ; Deane, Samuel ; Dear, John ; Deraorest, David ;
Dorland, Philip ; Dorland, Thomas ; Driskle, Cornelius ; Duser, Cas-
per V. ; Duser, Conrad V. ; Dulyea, A. Peter ; Dulyea, A. Peter, Jr. ;
Dyer, John.

Ellison, Joseph.

Feron, Andrew ; Fitzgerald, John ; Flister, Andrew.

German, Christ. ; German, Christ., Jr. ; German, Jacob ; German,
John, Sr. ; German, John, Jr.

Hagerman, Nicholas ; Hartman, John ; Hesper, Fred ; Hofnagle,
Andrew ; Hofnagle, Joseph ; Horn, Corns. V. ; Hover, Casper ; Hover,
Henry ; Hover, Jacob ; Huff, Paul ; Huych, John.

Jones, William. Lewis, Barrent.

McMasters, James ; Marbird, Michael ; Maybe, Abraham ; More, W.

Parsall, John ; Patterson, Abraham ; Patterson, Christ. ; Patter-
son, Nicholas ; Patterson, Paul.

Roblin, Owen ; Roblin, Philip ; Rush, John ; Rutter, George ;
Ruttan, Pettit ; Ruttan, Peter, Jr. ; Ruttan, W. ; Ryckman, Edward ;
Ryckman, John ; Ryckman, John, Jr. ; Ryckman, Tobias.

Sharp, John ; Smith, Richard ; Staples, Ebenezer ; Steel, Matthew.

Trumpour, Paul ; Tuffey, Samuel.

Vallou, Peter ; Vanalstine, Major ; Vandermodt, Michael ; Van-
derwort, Peter ; Van Skiver, John ; Van Skiver, Peter.

Whitley, John. Yeurex, Isaac ; Yeurex, William.

The number of souls, men, 91 ; women, 44 ; children, 97 ; ser-
vants, 8 ; total, 240. Acres cleared, 66.



General abstract of men, women and children settled on the new
townships on the R. St. Lawrence :

Major Van Alstine's party of Loyalists settled on Tp. No. 4,
Cataraqui : Men, 92 ; women, 46 : children, 103 ; servants, 17 ; total,
bb. P. 5. (70)



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PIONEER OWNERS OF LAND.

The following record of Adolphustown lots has been taken from the books of the
Crown Lands Department, Toronto.



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Daniel Cole

Joseph Hofnagle . .
Andrew Hufnail . .
Courand VanDusen

Henry Hover

Conrad Vandusen . .

Joseph Allison

William Rattan

Jacob Hover

Joseph Allan



Capt. Abraham Maybee



Town plot, Adolphustown

Pt. Rev. Job. Deacon

Rectory of Adolp^hustown

Peter Van Alstine



Philip Dorland



Lieut. Michael Vandervoort J
and Thomas Doland . .



Gasper Vandusor

Daniel Cole

Capt. Abr'm. Maybee
Capt. Abr'm. Maybee
Gasper Van Duser. . .

Jacob Dulmage

Paul Trompour

Henry Davis

Thomas Dorland

Andrew Ferrow



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Capt. Peter Rattan
Joseph Allen



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Willet Casey |



Peter Rattan

Michael Sloot

Hog Island, Peter V. Dorland.

Jossph Clapp

James McMaster

Alex'r. Fisher

Peter Vanalstine , .

Nicholas Patterson



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Date of Patent.



April 29th, 1808

April 5th, X797

June 2l8t, 1837

April 5th, 1797

Dec. 3l8t, 1802
August 10th, 1801

Deo. 31st, 1802

Feb. 22nd, 1805 ,

May 17th, 1802

June 10th, 1801

; Feb. 19th, 1803

' April 5th, 1797



200



March 13th, 1848
Jan. 22nd, 1836

June 4th, 1796
August 10th, 1801



April 5th, 1797



August

Apnl

April

Feb.

July

Oct.

March

Dec.

April



31st, 1801
29th, 1808

5th, 1797
19th, 1803
23rd, 1804
10th, 1803

1st, 1809
3l8f, 1798

6th, 1797



AprU 7th, 1804

Feb. 27th, 1804
Ffb, 27th, 1804



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May

August

Feb.

Dec.

Dec.

Dec.

June

May



17th, 1802
10th, 1801
26th, 1855
3l8t, 1802
3l8t,.1798
3lBt, 1798
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17th, 1802



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PIONEER OWNERS OF l.k^D-Coixd'uded.




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Lieut. Paul Huff . .

James Noxon

Reuben Beedel . . . .

John Caniff

Willet Casey

Philip Borland . . . .
James Caniff ....
Garret Benson . . . .
William Moore . . .
William Moore . . . .
William Moore . . . .

Owen Koblin

Peter Rattan

Benjamin Clapp

John Canniff

John Roblin

Capt. Peter Rattan

George Rutter

George Rutter . . . .



Paul Trumpour

Gilbert Bogart

Cornelius Van Horn .

Paul Trumpour



Barnet Lewis

John B. Lewis

Peter Vanalstine . . .
Lieut. Peter Vallow .

William Clark

Lewis Lazier Bogart.
Lieut. John Huyck .
Alex'r. Campbell . . .
John Law Campbell.

Albert Benson

Peter Dulyea

Abraham Bougart. . .

Gilbert Botjart

Christopher German .
James McMasters . . .

William Casey

Willet Casey

Archibald C*mpbell .



Cornelius Vanalstine

Nicholas Hagerinan . ,
Lieut. John Huyck . .

John Vanskiver

Gilbert Bogert

Cornelius Vanhom . .
Guysbert Bogert . . . ,



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Dec.

Dec.

May

May

Dec.

May

Nov.

August

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Nov.

April

Nov.

April

Jan.

Sept.

Sept.

May

' Dec.



1 7th, 1802

3l8t, 1802

3l8t,. 1802

17th, 1802

17th, 1802

31st, 1798

17th, 1802

25th, 1802

10th, 1801

6th, 1807

Ist, 1803

4th, 1803

10th, 1804

25th, 1802

9th, 1804

6th, 1811

19fch, 1806

19th, 1806

11th, 1844

31, 1798



Sept. 19th, 1806
Dec. 3l8t, 1798



July
Sept.
June
July
Dec.
Nov.
Dec.



10th, 1801
23rd, 1831
4th, 1796
10th, 1807
2l5nd, 1807
12th, 1834
3l8t, 1802



Dec. Ist, 1897

Sept. 26th, 1806

March 7th, 1804

Dec. 1st, 1836

Dec. 3 1 St, 1798

Nov. 6th, 1811

August 10th, 1801

May 17th, 1802



Dec. 31st, 1798

August 10th, 1801

May 26th, 1797
Dec. 3l8t, 1802

Nov. 20th, 1809

May 17th, 1802



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THE ADOLPHUSTOWN COURT HOUSE.

Readers of the records of the Adolphustown town meetings will
have noticed that some of the meetings were held in "the Court
House." The existence of such a building in this township deserves
particular mention. The following extracts from U. C. statutes are
worth re-producing here. See also in " Personal Notes " under Fisher,
Hagerman and Theff.

32nd Geo. III., 15th Oct., 1792.

XI. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid that a
Jail and Court House for the Midland District shall be built in the
manner aforesaid, in the town of Kingston.

41st Geo. Ill, 9th July, 1801.

II. And be it further enacted and that the said

Courts of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace in and for the Midland
District, shall be holden in the town of Adolphus Town on the fourth
Tuesday in the month of January, and on the second Tuesday in the
month of July, and in the town of Kingston on the fourth Tuesday in
the month of April, and on the second Tuesday in the month of
October.



** The time came when Adolphustown was almost the centre of

Canada Adolphustown was really the centre of the

settlements in the central part of Canada. So it came that the Court
was ultimately held at the Fourth Town, and Kingston, being twice a
year in each place. The first court in this township was held in the
bam of Paul Hutf, which served the purpose very well in summer.

" The next occasion was in winter, and some building had to be
procured. Application was made for the Methodist chapel. Some
objection was made on the ground that a ** house of prayer " should
not be made a " den of thieves/* referring to the criminals, not the
lawyera But the chapel was readily granted for the second court
held in Adolphustown. It is said that a proposition was made, in due
form, that if the inhabitants of the fourth town would build a Court
House, the Court should be held there twice a year. The offer was
accepted, and a subscription set on foot, which. resulted in the ervction
of a Court House. When the Court ceased to be held, in accordance
with the agreement, the Court House reverted to the township."

{Canniff*8 Settlement of U.C., p. 456).
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TOWN MEETINGS IN SOPHIASBURG
(Sixth township, Prince Edward County).

" Passed at Sophiasburg, at a regular town meeting, held on the 3
day of March JL800.

** For the better ascertaining astrays, and knowing and describing
horses and neat cattle, sheep or swine. Be it understood by this tow^n
meeting, that every inhabitant and householder shall within six weeks
from the passing of this Act, have their mark and brands recorded,
according to law by the town clerk.

"And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, that any
astrays, horses, neat cattle, sheep or swine, that shall be found upon
any open or improved lands from the twentieth of November to the
first of April yearly, and every year the owner or owners of such im-
provement or cleared land shall fjive in their natural mark, or artificial
marks, and describe their age, as near as possible, to the Town Clark,
who is hereby ordered to record the same in a book, to be kept for
that purpose ; for w^hich such informer shall receive one shilling for
each horse or neat cattle ; and sixpence for each sheep or swine. Pro-
vided always, and be it so undei stood, that such astrays above men-
tioned, is not one of his near neighbors, which shall be left to the Town
Clark to decide. And the Clark shall send word to the owner or owners,
if he knows them, by the mark or brands; and, if unknown to the
Town Clerk, he is herebj^ authorized to advertise them in three different
places in this Township ; for which he shall be entitled to receive
from the ovvner, or owners as foUoweth, viz. : — For sending word or
writing, or recordin*^ or informing any way, one shilling and three-
pence ; if advertised one shilling and six pence, for each horse or neat
cattle ; and for each sheep or swine si i pence per head. And be it
further enacted by the authority aforesaid, that if any inhabitant or
householder who shall leave any astrays, as above mentioned, on his
or her cleared lands for eight days, from the 20th day of November to
the first day of April, and neglect to give notice thereof, as by the
above Act mentioned, shall loose the award for finding, or feeding such
asfrays, and pay the owner one shilling for each horse or neat cattle ;
and sixpence for each sheep or swine. And be it further enacted, by
the authority, that if no owner or owners shall appear by the first
Monday in April, to prove their property, then, and in that case, the
Town Clark shall advertise for sale, all such astrays, in three town-
ships, viz. : — Ameliasburg, Sophiasburg and Hallowell, for the space
of twenty days, describing the marks and brands, color and age, as
near as possible ; and if no owner or owners shall appear and prove
their property, then the Town Clark shall proceed to the sale of such
astrays, by appointing the day of sale, to the highest bidder ; and
after deducting the expenses, to be adjudged by persons hereafter
appointed by each parish, in this town, and the overplus shall be
delivered into the hands of a Treasurer, hereafter to be appointed.

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TOWN MEETINGS IN SOPHIASBURG. 75



"And be it obsprved — That all well regulatpd townships is divided
into parishes. Be it enacted, by the majority of votes, that this town
shall be divided into parishes, and described as follows, that is to say :
That from Lot No. 45 west of Green Point to Lot No. 19, shall be a
parish by the name of St. Johns, and by the authority aforesaid, that
including No. 19 to No 6 in the Crown Lands, west of Green Point,
shall be a parish by the name of St. Matthew. And be it further
enacted, by the authority aforesaid, that including the tenants on the
Crown Lands, and including Lot No. 28, shall be a parish by the name
of St. Giles ; and from Nicholas Wessel's to Hallowell, shall be a parish
by the name of Mount Pleasant.

'* Whereas, all the fines and forfeitures that may ineur within our
limits, shall be appropriated to charitable use^ ; we, the inhabitants of
Sophiasburg, in our town-meetings, on the 3rd day of March, 1800, do
think it necessary to appoint our Treasurer, in this town, out of the
most respectable of its inhabitants, to be Treasurer to this Town, to
receive all forfeitures and other sums of money that is, or shall be
ordered to be appropriated to charitable uses ; which Treasurer is
hereby ordered to serve in that connection during good behaviour, or
till he shall wish a successor. And be it enacted by the authority
aforesaid, that we do appoint and nominate Peter Valleu, who is
appointed treasurer, who is to keep a book and receive all the moneys
coming into his hands, and enter by who received, and for what
^fined ; and when a successor is appointed, he shall give up all the
*monies he has belonging to said town, with the book and receipts, to
the successor, and deliver the same on oath, if required ; and that each
parish shall nominate one good and respectable inhabitant, who to-
gether with the Overseer of the Poor shall be inspectors to inquire
and see that all the fines and forfeitures of this town is regularly
received and delivered to said Treasurer. And if any person who
comes and proves of any astrays that had been within one year and
a day, then the Treasurer and those Parish Inspectors and the Over-
seers of the Poor shall refund such moneys as was delivered to the
Treasurer, deducting two shillings on the pound for its fees of said
treasurer.

" And be it enacfed by the authority aforesaid, that when there is
any money in the htinds of the Treasurer, and a necessity to lay it
out on the same charitaMe use, this body corporate shall have the sole
management and disposing of, who is to receipt to the treasurer for
the siame ei^d, have recorded in his book, and the use they had applied
the same and' the 'Treasurer, Overseers of the Poor, and the rarish
Inspector may hold meetings and adjourn the same, when and as often
as they or the major part of them shall choose so to do, and shall be a
body corporate to sue and be sued on anything that may appertain to
their several oflSces."

We find no further record until the year 1820. (From Canniff's
Settlement of V. Canada, p. 471.)



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MUNICIPAL RECORDS OF HALLOWELL TOWNSHIP.

This townsliip in Prince Edward County was named after Ben-
jamin Hallowell, who die 1 at York in 1799, aged 75 years.

The first record of this township is as follows :

" The annual meeting of the inhabitants of the township of Hal-
lowell, held on Monday, the fifth day of March 1798, held by virtue of
an act of the Legislature of the Province of Upper Canada, before
Augustus Spencer and John Stinson Jun. two of his Majesty's Justices
of the Peace, the following persons were chosen town officers for the
ensuing year : — Rozel Ferguson, Town Clerk ; Caleb Elsworth and
Peter D. Ooager, Assessors ; James Blakely, and Thomas Goldsmith,
Town or Church Wardens ; Benjamin Wait, John Miller, Owen
Richards, Henry Zufelt, Ichabod Bowerman, Aaron White, Carey
Spencer and George Baker, Overseers of Highways and Fence Viewers ;
• Daniel Young and Isaac Bedal, Pound Keepers ; Samson Striker,
Henry Johnson, Samuel Williams and Isaac Garrett, Constables. — Also
At the first township meeting it was enacted that no fence is to be
lawful in the township under the height of four feet eight inches high,
sufficiently made." Horses, horned cattle, hogs, sheep were to be per-
mitted to run at large with certain exceptions. " It is enacted that if
any freeholder shall suffer any Canadian Thistle to go to seed on his
farm, he shall forfeit and pay the sum of twenty shillings." A law
was also passed, that if anyone set fire to any rubbish or brush,
whereby his neighbor s property was endangered, without previously
making two of his neighbors acquainted, he shall pay a fine of forty
shillings, to be expended for the benefit of the highways. Rozel
Ferguson, who seems to have discharged his duty as Town Clerk,
recording the proceedings in a neat legible hand, was successfully
elected to that office for ten years. In 1810 James R. Armstrong was
appointed and again the following year. The next following, Arra
Ferguson was elected, who continued in office three years, when Simeon
Washburn received the appointment, and remained in office two years,
when Arra Ferguson was again selected and continued for three years.
Robert Scott was Town Clerk two years, and then again followed
Arra Ferguson for eight years. William Barkei* then was appointed.
The three Justices of the Peace before whom the annual meeting con-
tinued for many years to be held were John Peters, Augustus Spencer
and John Stinson, doubtless the first magistrates in the township. In
the year 1815 we notice as present at the Annual Meeting Stephen
Conger, Barrett Dyer, Ebenezer Washburn, Justices of the Peace.
The town-meeting was held in the year 1801 " at the house of Rich-
ardson and Elsworth, near Hallowell Bridge ; " likewise the following
year. In 1803 the meeting was held " at the house of Thomas Rich-
ardson." The following year, lb05, it is " the house of the late Thos.
Richardson." In 1806 the meeting was *' at the dwelling house of
Thomas Eyre." In 1807 it is " the Inn of Thomas Eyre." Here the
annual meeting was successively held for many years.

(Cannifa Settlement of U,C., p. 480-2.)
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An Assbssment for thb Township of Hollowell
THIS Eighteenth of July, 1798.



First Class RaUd.

Daniel Pettet £0.2.6

John Plafct 2.6

Joseph McCartney 2.6

C. Huyck 2.6

Jonathan FargUBon, .)r 2.6

Daniel Tubs 2.6

John Miller 2.6

Solomon Spafford 2.6

John Richards 2.6

Owen Richards 2.6

JohnEUes 2.6

William Dyre 2.6

Jacob Rattan 2.6

Arthur Youmans 2.6

David Toumans 2.6

James Rogers 2.6

David McG. Rogers 2.6

John Peters 2.6

Corey Spenoer 2.6

David Conger 2.6

Jonathan Bowerman 2.6

Joseph Turwiliger 2.6

William Cunningham 2.6

Cumelous Blunt 2.6

Aaron White 2.6

Jacob Cronk 2.6

Isaac Garratt 2.6

Joseph Jinks 2.6

Ebenezer Palmer 2.6

Henery Zeufelt 2.6

Second Class RaUd,

Peter Designea Conger 5.0

Ichabode Bowerman 5.0

Daniel Young 5.0

Joseph Winn 5.0

Caleb Piatt 5.0

Jonathan Farguson, Sr 5.0

Caranton Farguson 5.0

Samson Striker 5.0

Giles Hill 5.0

John Ogden 5.0

Rozel Farguson 5.0

Elisha Miller 5.0

Henry Young, Jr 5.0

Benjamin Weight 5.0

Augustos Spencer 5.0

Thos. Goldsmith 5.0

Andrew Johnson 5.0



/Second CUiss Rated.— Con.

Fenery Johnson £0.5.0

Thomas Bowerman 5.0

Daniel Rossell 5.0

Third Class Rated

Henery Young, Sr 7.6

Samuel Williams 7.6

Stephen Hare 7.6

Thos. Richardson 76

Stephen Conger 7.6

Fourth Class Rated.

John Stinson 10.0

James Blakeley 10.0

Abraham Peterson. 10.0

Fifth Class Rated,

Barret Dyre 10.6

Tenth Class Rated.
Caleb Elsworth 1. 5.0

Under List Rated,

Peter Mabee 2.0

John Zeufelt 2.0

Abram Winn 2.0

Wilkeson Ferguson 2.0

John Sikels 2.0

John Spencer 2

Joseph Lane 2.0

Barnabas Wemp 2.0

John Frear 2.0

David Frear 2.0

Doctor Prindel 2.0

Henery Bartley 2.0

Gideon Bowerman 2.0

Stephen Bowerman 2.0

Jas. Walters 2.0

Jasey Walters 2.0

George Baker 2

Isaac Bedell 2.0

Samuel Walters 2

Rubftn Walters 2,0

Amos Bull 2.0

Charles Cunningham 2.0

John Striker 2.0

Nathaniel White 2.0

Samuel McCoy 2.0

Anthony Badgsley 2.0

William Dorris 2.0



Assessed by us

CALEB ELSWORTH



- Asses.'-ors.



Approved bv us

JNO. PETERS \p p CALEB ELSWORTH \

AUGTS SPENCER J^^' PETER DESIGNEA CONGER/^

[Copied May 12, 1899, from the original list now in the possession of Mrs. W.


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