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Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1826 #496
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Algier, Joseph
Brown, Frederick
Brown, John
Engle, Hiram
Engle, Mary
Hallowell, Elisha
Meglaughlan, Matthias
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Manor Twp.
Poor children
Teacher
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Manor Twp.
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1826 #496
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
006
Box Number
006
Notes
Entered into Q & A 1994/08/04.
Additional Notes
Poor children.
Algier, Joseph.
Brown, Frederick.
Brown, John.
Engle, Hiram.
Engle, Mary.
Hallowell, Elisha. Teacher.
Meglaughlan, Matthias.
1 item. 1 piece.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
Less detail
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1826 #660
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Albright, John
Albright, Sarah
Albright, Susanna
Albright, William
Bard, Jacob
Bard, Joseph
Bard, Philip
Beaman, John
Beaver, Frederick
Beaver, George
Beaver, John
Beaver, Martin
Bennet, Abel
Bennet, Abraham
Bennet, Christian
Bennet, James
Bennet, John
Bennet, Rachel
Bennet, Sarah
Bennet, William
Bishop, Susana
Bogel, Mary Ann
Bogel, Mrs.
Boyd, George
Boyd, James
Boyd, John
Boyd, William
Boyle, George
Boyle, Mrs.
Brooks, Matthias
Brown, Fanny
Brown, Frederick
Brown, Hosea
Brown, James
Brown, John
Brown, Levi
Brown, Samuel
Brown, Susana
Burkman, Margret
Burkman, Mrs.
Burnet, William
Burnet, Sarah
Clarke, John
Clarke, Philip
Clemants, Elizabeth
Clinton, Joseph
Clinton, Robert
Clouse, George
Colp, John
Colp, Mary
Connor, James
Connor, Prudey
Cornell, Abriham
Cornell, George
Cornell, Jacob
Couheck, Catharina
Couheck, Daniel
Couheck, Samuel
Couheck, Susana
Cross, Elizabeth
Currey, Sarah
Curry, Catharine
Curry, Edward
Curry, Martin
Curry, Rebecca
Denormandy, Anthony
Denormandy, Elizabeth
Denormandy, John
Denormandy, Raul
Denormandy, Thomas
Detwiler, Chriatian
Detwiler, Jacob
Detwiler, Nancy
Dickey, William
Engle, Herm
Engle, Mary
Engle, Moses
Evans, Sarah
Findley, Uriah
Findley, Mrs.
Finley, Uriah
Finley, Mrs.
Fisher, Adam
Fisher, George
Fisher, Margret
Fite, Eli
Fite, Emanuel
Fite, George
Fite, Lewis
Fite, Susana
Gallagher, Catharine
Gallagher, Daniel
Gallagher, John
Gallagher, Mary
Graham, Charles
Graham, Susan
Gressinger, Nancy
Gressinger, Stephen
Gressinger, Susan
Haan, Nathaniel
Haan, Mrs.
Hass, Daniel
Hass, Joseph
Hass, Michael
Hatch, Ellenn
Hatch, Mary Ann
Hatch, Sarah
Hatch, Mrs.
Hippy, John
Hippy, Mrs.
Hughes, Harriet
Hughes, Harvey
Hughes, James
Hughes, John
Hughes, Josiah
Hughes, Nancy
Hughes, Thapheleus
Hughs, James
Hughs, John
Hughs, Josiah
Humel, Catharine
Humel, Mrs.
Huton, Jesse M.
Huton, Joseph
Huton, Mary Ann
Hutton, Jesse M.
Hutton, Joseph
Hutton, Mary Ann
Inhoff, Christian
Inhoff, Jacob
Inhoff, John
Isenbarger, Abriham
Isenbarger, Nancey
Johnston, Mrs.
Kahme, Catharina
Kahme, Elizabeth
Kahme, Mrs.
Kinsmore, Sarah
Kline, Daniel
Lackard, Elizabeth
Lange, Cathrinn
Lewes, Joseph
Livly, Cathriann
Magill, Samuel
Magill, Robert
Magill, William
Maxton, Ann
Maxton, George
Maxton, John
May, Samuel
McGee, Elizabeth
McGee, Robert
McLane, Chriistiana
McLane, Daniel
McLane, Elizabeth
McLane, James
McLane, Maren
McLaughlin, Daniel
McLaughlin, Matthias
McLaughlin, Mrs.
Meldram, Henry
Meldram, John
Mellenger, Charles
Mellenger, Jacob
Mellenger, Nancy
Mellenger, Sarah
Mellenger, Susann
Miller, Barbara
Miller, Benjamin
Miller, Elizabeth
Miller, Nancy
Miller, Philip
Miller, Samuel
Miller, Mrs.
Moon, Ann
Moon, Cathrine
Moon, Jasper
Moore, James
Moore, William
Moore, Mrs.
Morrow, [Jamsin]
Morrow, Mrs.
Muma, Susana
Neff, Samuel
Neff, Mrs.
Persan, James
Persan, Marion Jr.
Persan, Mary
Persan, William
Persan, Mrs.
Peters, Barbara
Peters, Polly
Peters, Mrs.
Poor, Elizabeth
Poor, Mary
Poor, Samuel
Poore, Elizabeth
Poore, Mary
Poore, Samuel
Price, John
Rand, Elizabeth
Rand, Jacob
Rand, John
Reu, Carline
Reu, Mrs.
Richards, John
Richards, Mary
Richards, Mrs.
Robinson, Barbara
Robinson, Mrs.
Shidle, George
Shidle, Hannah
Shidle, Susana
Shidle, William
Shirek, Benjamin
Stephenson, Henry
Tarbert, David
Tarbert, John
Tarbert, Nancy
Taylor, Charles
Taylor, Hannah
Taylor, Mary
Taylor, Sarah
Taylor, William
Trainer, Mrs.
Trainer, Barnerd
Traner, Ann
Traner, Barnerd
Traner, Margaret
Traner, Patrick
Traner, Rosana
Traner, Mrs.
Trump, Grace Ann
Trump, Jemima
Trump, John
Watts, Samuel
Watts, William
Welch, Henry
Welch, Marry
Welch, Susanna
Welch, Wesley
Welch, William
Willins, John
Willins, Mary
Willins, [Elaya]
Willins, Mrs.
Wind, Polly
Woolf, Charles
Woolf, Henry
Woolf, Mary
Woolf, Paul
Yong, Sarah
Yong, Mrs.
Yonge, Sarah
Yonge, Mrs.
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Columbia
Poor children
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Columbia
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1826 #660
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
007
Box Number
007
Notes
Date entered into Q & A was not recorded.
Additional Notes
Poor children.
Albright, William. Father of Albright, John, age 8; Albright, Sarah, age 6
Wind, Polly. Mother of Albright, Susanna, age 8.
Bennet, Able. Father of Bennet, John, age 6.
Boyle, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Boyle, George, age 10.
Currey, Sarah. Mother of Beaman, Jon, age 13.
Bennet, Abriham. Father of Bennet, Christian, age 11; Bennet, James, age 9.
Beaver, John. Father of Beaver, Martin, age 12; Beaver, George, age 8.
Brown, John. Father of Brown, Samuel, age 13; Brown, Levi, age 12; Brown, Frederick, age 10; Brown, John,age 8.
Brooks, Matthias. Father of Brooks, Matthias, age 7.
Brown, Hosea. Father of Brown, Susana, age 6.
Burnet, Sarah. Mother of Burnet [or Bennet], William, age 11.
Brown, Susane, age 8.
Bard, Philip. Father of Bard, Joseph, age 13; Bard, Jacob, age 8.
Boyd, James. Father of Boyd, George, age 6; Boyd, John, age 10; Boyd, William, age 8.
Muma, Susana. Mother of Bishop, Susana, age 11.
Clements, Elizabeth. Mother of Brown, James, age 9.
Burkman, _____ MRs. Widow. Mother of Burkman, Margret, age 10.
Bogel, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Bogel, Mary An, age 13.
Beaver, John. Father of Beaver, Frederick, age 6.
Clemants, Elizabeth. Mother of Bennet, Rachel, age 7; Brown, Fanny, age 8; Brown, Susana, age 6.
Cross, Elizabeth, age 11.
Curry, Martin. Father of Curry, Rebecca, age 6; Curry, Edward, age 13; Curry, Catharine, age 9.
Clinton, Joseph. Father of Clinton, Joseph, age 12.
Clouse, George. Father of Clouse, George, age 9.
Clarke, Philip. Father of Clarke, John,age 10.
Connor, Prudey. Parent of Connor, James, age 13.
Colp, John. Father of Colp, Mary, age 13; Colp, John, age 11.
Cornell, Abriham. Father of Cornell, Jacob, age 11; Cornell, George, age 8.
Clinton, Joseph. Father of Clinton,Robert, age 7.
Couheck, Daniel. Father of Couheck, Catharina, age 11; Couheck, Susana, age 6; Couheck, Samuel, age 5.
Evans, Sarah. Mother of Dickey, William, age 11.
Detwiler, Chriatian. Father of Detwiler, Nancy, age 11; Detwiler, Jacob, age 9.
Denormandy, John. Father of Denormandy, Thomas, age 13; Denormandy, Anthony, age 11; Denormandy, Elizabeth, age 9; Denormandy, Raul, age 6.
Engle, Moses. Father of Engle, Herm, age 7; Engle, Mary, age 8.
Fisher, Adam. Father of Fisher, Margret, age 11; Fisher, George, age 8.
Fite, Emanuel. Father of Fite, Susane, age 13; Fite, Eli, age 12; Fite, Lewis, age 8; Fite, George, age 6.
Findley [also Finley], _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Finley, Uriah, age 6.
Graham, Charles. Father of Graham, Susan, age 13.
Gressinger, Stephen. Father of Gressinger, Susan, age 11; Gressinger, Nancy, age 9.
Gallagher, Daniel. Father of Gallagher, Catharine, age 10; Gallagher, John, age 8; Gallagher, Mary, age 6.
Hippy, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Hippy, John, age 13.
Hughes [also Hughs], James. Father of Hughs, John, age 12; Hughs, Josiah, age 9.
Hatch, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Hatch, Mary Ann, age 9.
Humel, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Humel, Catharine, age 8.
Hatch, Ellenn. Parent of Hatch, Sarah, age 6.
Hutton [also Huton], Joseph. Father of Huton, Jesse M., age 9; Hutton, Mary Ann, age 7.
Hughes, Thapheleus. Father of Hughes, Harriet, age 13;
Hass, Daniel. Father of Hass, Joseph, age 12; Hass, Michael, age 10.
Hughes, James. Father of Hughes, Nancy, age 6.
Haan, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mpother of Haan, Nathaniel, age 13.
Hughes, James. Father of Hughes, Harvey, age 6.
Inhoff, Jacob. Father of Inhoff, John, age 6; Inhoff, Christian, age 12.
Isenbarger, Abriham. Father of Isenbarger, Abriham, age 10; Isenbarger, Nancey, age 12.
Kahme, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Kahme, Elizabeth, age 13; Kahme, Catharina, age 10.
Kline, Daniel. Father of Kline, Daniel, age 10.
Kinsmore, Sarah, age 10.
Livly, Cathriann. Mother of Lange, Cathrinn, age 7; Lackard, Elizabeth, age 6.
Lewes, Joseph. Father of Lewes, Joasph, age 11.
Mellenger, Jacob. Father of Mellenger, Charles, age 13; Mellenger, Sarah, age 11; Mellenger, Susann, age 9; Mellenger, Nancey, age 6.
May, Samuel. Father of May, Samuel, age 8.
McLane, James. Father of McLane, Chriistiana, age 13; McLane, Maren, age 12; McLane, Elizabeth, age 10; McLane, Daniel, age 9.
Morrow, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Morrow, [Jamsin], age 10.
Moon, Jasper. Father of Moon, Cathrine, age 9.
McLaughlin, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of McLaughlin, Daniel, age 13; McLaughlin, Matthias, age 10.
Maxton, John. Father of Maxton, George, age 10.
Miller, Philip. Father of Miller, Samuel, age 12; Miller, Barbara, age 10; Miller, Nancy, age 8.
Moon, Jasper. Father of Moon, Ann, age 6.
McGee, Robert. Father of McGee, Elizabeth, age 9; McGee, Robert, age 12.
Moore, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Moore, James, age 8; Moore, William, age 6..
Meldram, John. Father of Meldram, Henry, age 9.
Miller, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Miller, Benja,min, age 7.
Magill, Samuel. Father of Magill, William, age 7; Magill, Robert, age 6.
Maxton, John. Father of Maxton, Ann, age 6.
Neff, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Neff, Samuel, age 9.
Persan, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Persan, Mary, age 9.
Persan, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Persan, William, age 9; Persan, Marion Jr. , age 6.
Poor [also spelled Poore], Samuel. Father of Poor, Mary, age 9; Poor, Elizabeth, age 7.
Johnston, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Persan, James, age 11; Price, John, age 8.
Peters, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Peters, Polly, age n7; Peters, Barbara, age 8.
Reu, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Reu, Carline, age 11.
Robinson, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Rpbinson, Barbara, age 7.
Rand, John. Father of Rand, Jacob, age 11; Rand, Elizabeth, age 9.
Richards, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Richards, Mary, age 10; Richards, John, age 8.
Miller, Elizabeth. Mother of Shirek, Benjamin, age 10.
Johnston, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Stephenson, Henry, age 9.
Shidle, William. Father of Shidle, Hannah, age 11; Shidle, Susana, age 13; Shidle, George, age 9.
Traner [also spelled Trainer], _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Traner, Barnerd, age 12.
Tarbert, David. Father of Tarbert, Nancy, age 11; Tarbert, David, age 8; Tarbert, John, age 6.
Trump, John. Father of Trump, Grace Ann, age 13; Trump, Jemima, age 7.
Traner, Patrick. Father of Traner, Margaret, age 12; Traner, Rosana, age 8; Traner, Ann, Age 6.
Taylor, Charles. Father of Taylor, William, age 11; Taylor, Mary, age 13; Taylor, Sarah, age 8; Taylor, Hannah, age 6.
Willins, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Willins, John, age 10; Willins, Mary, age 9; Willins, [Elaya], age 8.
Welch {also spelled Welche], Henry. Father of Welch, Susanna, age 12; Welch, Henry, age 11; Welch, Marry, age 9.
Woolf, Paul. Father of Woolf, Mary, age 10; Woolf, Henry, age 9.
Woolf, Mary. Mother of Woolf, Charles, Age 6.
Watts, Samuel. Father of Watts, William, age 8.
Welch, William. Father of Welch, Wesley, age 6.
Yonge [also spelled Yong], _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Yong, Sarah, age 7.
1 item. 1 piece.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
Less detail
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1827 #001
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Brown, Frederick
Brown, James
Brown, John
Brown, Levi
McGill, Robert
McGill, William
Snow, Daniel J.
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
West Hempfield Twp.
Poor children
Teacher
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
West Hempfield Twp.
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1827 #001
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
007
Box Number
007
Notes
Entered into Q & A Jul 30, 2003.
Additional Notes
Poor children.
School: Daniel J. Snow School
Snow, Daniel J. Teacher.
Brown, Frederick.
Brown, James.
Brown, John.
Brown, Levi.
McGill, Robert.
McGill, William.
1 item. 1 piece.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
Less detail
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1824 #235
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Albirs, John
Anderson, Stephen
Bailley, Denis
Bard, Henry
Bard, John
Bardel, Barbara
Barnet, Rachel
Beadel, Benjamin
Beck, Lewis
Beckenrige, James
Boat, Catherine
Book, George
Boyd, Oliver
Boyer, Samuel
Boys, Thomas
Brand, Nicholas
Brannen, Thomas
Brennan, John
Brown, Debby
Brown, Frederick
Brown, William
Bucht, Joseph
Bundy, Isaac
Burck, WIlliam
Burns, Christian
Burns, Mrs.
Buslen, John
Cammel, Rachel
Canedy, Mary
Carney, John
Carpenter, Samuel
Carr, John
Carren, William
Carter, Jane
Carver, Jane
Cerns, Robert
Clark, Henry
Clark, John
Clark, Nancy
Clark, William
Conlen, Richard
Cooper, Ann
Core, John
Daebler, Joseph
Davis, Hugh
Davis, Samuel
Debler, Francis
Debler, Lewis
Debode, Mary
Desert, Anders
Doebler, Joseph
Donlap, John
Donlap, Lewis
Dougherty, Hugh
Doyle, Miles
Dubler, Joseph
Ducker, Greenbury
Duers, James
Duers, William
Duneese, Travis
Dunelson, Francis
Dunesen, Francis
East, Polly
Edwards, Samuel
Egelson, Mary
Farrer, John
Fethers, Barnard
Findlay, John
Flanagan, Peter
Flinn, James
Flood, Elija
Flood, Thomas
Fores, Barney
Forgeson, Moses
Frances, Fanny
Frederick, John
Fulton, Thomas
Furman, Ann
Furman, John
Gallegher, John
Gasbet, Susanna
George, Jane
Gibbons, Thomas
Gile, Charles
Gill, Charles
Gilmore, Isaac
Glasgo, Christian
Glass, WIlliam
Groff, Sharlet
Groff, Sharlotte
Grove, Catherine
Grubb, Mark
Grumwell, James
Hady, Mary
Harket, Ann Maria
Harkins, Charles
Harrison, Robert
Haywood, James
Hechner, Jacob
Heckman, Sally
Heckman, Sarah
Heckman, [Salome]
Heght, Jonathan
Helden, James
Herner, John
Hess, Jacob
Hessh, Catharine
Hickman, Sarah
Hillyard, Alexander
Hoffman, John
Howard, Daniel
Howard, Elizabeth
Hubert, Nancy
Jackson, John
Jackson, Sally
James, Garrett
Jaquet, Nicholas
Johnson, Thomas
Johnston, Robert
Johnston, Thomas
Jones, Henry
Jones, Samuel
Kamando, John Henry
Kauffman, Isaac
Keehler, John
Keevers, John
Kent, Stephen
Kinsey, Thomas
Kodel, Jacob
Kuhn, Peter
Lamb, James
Lambley, Susanna
Lane, George
Layland, William
Lebded, Edward
Lee, Hagar
Lee, Hager
Lee, William
Leek, Rebecca
Lerman, Ceaser
Lesseny, John
Levan, George
Levan, Robert
Lewis, John
Lewis, WIlliam
Lick, Margret
Lindy, Margret
Linmayer, George
Linn, Alexander
Linnesen, Gerhard
Losson, Benjamin
Luce, Hannah
Ludwig, Salome
Lynch, Biddy
Lynch, Elenor
Lynch, Hannah
Lynch, William
Mabon, Abraim
Madderwall, John
Malson, Abraham
Malson, Biddy
Malson, Ephraim
Malson, James
Martin, John
Martin, WIlliam
Mass, Felix
Mass, Jacob
Mathers, Richard
Mayer, Ferdinant
McCale, George
McCale, Martha
McCelles, Thomas
McCollough, Jane
McConnegall, Elizabeth
McConnel, WIlliam
McCooly, Elizabeth
McCoughlin, Robert
McDennard, Author
McDowel, James
McGlaris, Heckler
McGran, Jane
McGrann, Hugh
McGrant, Jane
McKettuck, Nancy
McLaughlin, Jesse
McMullen, John
McQueekly, John
Meehan, Patrick
Melford, John
Mellfors, John
Milford, John
Miller, Elizabeth
Miller, George
Miller, Mary
Millford, John
Mitchel, Denis
Mooney, WIlliam
Moore, James
Morgan, Thomas
Morris, Abraham
Morris, Biddy
Morris, Elizabeth
Musket, Susanna
Neel, David
Neeles, Thomas
Nelson, Eliza
Neuman, David
Nevele, Catharine
Nickson, Sarah
Nixdorf, Henry
Norris, Susanna
O'Brion, James
O'Holk, Mary
O'Neel, Charles
O'Neel, Mrs.
Parker, Joseph
Parter, Author
Patrick, John
Percel, Francis
Peter, Lambart
Peters, Else
Peters, Thomas
Purton, Isaac
Reinhard, John
Ressler, John
Richason, Mary
Ries, Patrick
Rob, Fanny
Robeson, Jacob
Roob, Fanny
Roop, Feroneca
Roop, Feronica
Roop, Rosana
Ross, Elizabeth
Ross, Thomas
Salt, John
Scott, John
Sensenig, Jesse
Shaeffer, Catharina
Shaeffer, Philip
Slou, Elizabeth
Smith, George
Smith, James
Smith, John
Smith, Joseph
Smith, Juliana
Smith, Mathias
Spencer, Mary
Star, Jacob
Steckel, Daniel
Stehly, Stephen
Steward, James
Stewart, Nathan
Stoner, Samuel
Street, Samuel
Strickler, John
Sullen, Martha
Suller, John
Summervale, William
Swaghammer, George
Tally, James
Tally, Mrs.
Thomson, Calhoun
Thomson, WIlliam
Tolben, Nathaniel
Uhlhoff, Frederick
Wace, Jane
Wadd, Jane
Walker, James
Wallan, James
Web, John
Webb, William
White, Stanley
Williams, George
Williamson, Stephen
Williamson, WIlliam
Willisdon, Haston
Wilson, Isaac
Wilson, James
Wilson, John
Wilson, Mary
Wilson, Thomas
Wilson, WIlliam
Wind, John
Wright, James
Wright, William
[Dewern], Thomas
[Nascson], James
[Nucson], James
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Lancaster
African-American
Courthouses
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Lancaster
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1824 #235
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
004
Box Number
004
Notes
Never entered into Q & A.
Additional Notes
Courthouse.
Payment to the Mayor of the City of Lancaster.
Carpenter, Samuel.
For examining and convicting the following disorderly and vagabond persons; convicting some of them and discharging others.
Duers, James.
A stranger who refused to give his name.
Cerns, Robert.
Summervale, William.
Jones, Samuel.
Duers, William.
Davis, Hugh.
Lynch, Hannah.
Frances, Fanny.
Wilson, John.
Donlap, John.
Hillyard, Alexander.
Robeson, Jacob.
Suller, John.
Smith, Mathias.
Web, John.
Parker, Joseph.
Clark, Nancy.
McCooly, Elizabeth.
Roop, Rosana.
O'Neel, Charles.
O'Neel, _____ Mrs.
Brown, William.
McQueekly, John.
Beadel, Benjamin.
Gill, Charles.
Carren, William.
McLaughlin, Jesse.
Moore, James.
O'Brion, James.
Nancy. African American.
Brown, Debby.
Rosanna the French woman.
Duneese, Travis.
Neeles, Thomas
Smith, Joseph.
McGlaris, Heckler.
Lewis, WIlliam.
Howard, Elizabeth.
Mooney, WIlliam.
Thomson, WIlliam.
Miller, George.
Lebded, Edward.
Steward, James.
Herner, John.
Percel, Francis.
Williamson, _____.
Williamson, Stephen.
Lewis, John.
Clark, John.
Lewis, William.
Wilson, Isaac.
Lweis, WIlliam.
Lynch, Biddy.
Keehler, John.
Johnston, Thomas.
Lynch, Elenor.
Lynch, William.
Glass, WIlliam.
Sensenig, Jesse.
A stranger, a pauper from Chester who refused to give his name.
McConnel, WIlliam.
Dunelson, Francis. Vagrant.
Lick, Margret.
Mathers, Richard.
Shaeffer, Philip. From Berks County.
Farrer, John.
Madderwall, John.
Linn, Alexander.
O'Holk, Mary.
Norris, Susanna.
Malson, James.
Linmayer, George.
White, Stanley.
Anderson, Stephen.
Dunesen, Francis.
Smith, George.
Lynch, Willilam.
Gilmore, Isaac.
Gasbet, Susanna.
Lynch, WIlliam.
Egelson, Mary.
Hubert, Nancy.
Lee, William.
Smith, John.
Kuhn, Peter.
McCelles, Thomas.
Canedy, Mary.
McCale, George.
McCale, Martha.
Peters, Else.
Spencer, Mary.
Levan, George.
Bucht, Joseph.
Grubb, Mark.
Clark, Henry.
Peters, Thomas.
Wilson, Thomas.
Tolben, Nathaniel.
Roob, Fanny.
Stehly, Stephen.
Bardel, Barbara.
Wace, Jane.
McDowel, James.
Wright, James.
Barnet, Rachel.
Rob, Fanny.
Mellfors, John.
McCoughlin, Robert.
At the time when [John] Lechler was executed the following persons were brought before me, examined and discharged:
Stewart, Nathan.
Fulton, Thomas.
Beckenrige, James.
Neuman, David.
Johnson, Thomas.
Lerman, Ceaser.
Scott, John.
Williamson, WIlliam.
Bard, Henry.
Brown, Frederick.
Book, George.
The following persons were committed at the time aforesaid:
Reinhard, John.
Core, John.
Edwards, Samuel.
Wilson, WIlliam.
Conlen, Richard.
Roop, Fanny. Sent to the poor house.
Boyd, Oliver.
Nelson, Eliza. Sent to the poor house.
Ducker, Greenbury.
Walker, James.
Mellford, John.
Forgeson, Moses.
Kodel, Jacob.
Findlay, John. Brought by the watchman.
Carney, John.
Grubb, Mark. Sabbath breaking... put to jail.
Slou, Elizabeth.
Millford, John. Vagrant.
Mitchel, Denis.
Gilmore, Isaac. Vagrant.
Flood, Elija. Suspicious.
Flanagan, Peter. Suspicious.
Smith, James. Suspicious.
Burck, WIlliam. Suspicious.
Albirs, John. Suspicious.
Wind, John. Suspicious.
Carren, William. Suspicious.
Keevers, John. Suspicious.
Lamb, James. Suspicious.
Peter, Lambart. Vagrant.
Harket, Ann Maria. Vagrant.
Ross, Thomas. Suspicious.
Losson, Benjamin. Suspicious.
Kinsey, Thomas.
Linnesen, Gerhard. Suspicious.
Milford, John.
Heckman, Sarah. Sundry misdemeanors.
Thomson, Calhoun. Vagrant.
Leek, Rebecca. Vagrant.
McConnegall, Elizabeth. Vagrant.
Lynch, Hannah. Vagrant.
Morris, Elizabeth. Suspicious.
Fores, Barney. Suspicious.
Brannen, Thomas. Suspicious.
Harkins, Charles. Vagrant.
Patrick, John. Suspicious person.
McCooly, Elizabeth. Vagrant.
Lane, George. Vagrant.
Jackson, Sally. Suspicious.
Wallan, James. Vagrant.
Ries, Patrick. Misdemeanor.
Shaeffer, Catharina. Misdemeanor.
Doebler, Joseph. Misdemeanor.
Lindy, Margret. Vagrant.
Roop, Feroneca. Vagrant.
Lynch, Hannah. Misdemeanor.
Doebler, Joseph. Vagrant.
Furman, John. And wife.
Furman, Ann. Wife of John Furman.
Brand, Nicholas. Suspicious.
Cooper, Ann. Vagrant.
Layland, William. Vagrant.
East, Polly. Misdemeanor.
Star, Jacob. Misdemeanor.
Cerns, Robert. Misdemeanor.
Malson, Abraham. And wife. Misdemeanor.
Malson, _____ Mrs. Misdemeanor.
Wilson, James. Vagrant.
Wilson, Mary. Wife of James Wilson. Vagrant.
Uhlhoff, Frederick. Suspicious.
Smith, Juliana. Suspicious.
Heckman, Sally. Suspicious.
McGrann, Hugh. Suspicious.
[Nucson], James. Suspicious.
McMullen, John. Vagrant.
[Shugal?/Slurgel?], John. Vagrant.
[Nascson], James. Suspicious.
Heckman, [Salome]. Suspicious.
Beck, Lewis. Vagrant.
Sullen, Martha. Suspicious.
McGrant, Jane. Suspicious.
Jaquet, Nicholas. Suspicious.
Williams, George. Suspicious.
Groff, Sharlotte. Suspicious.
Mass, Jacob. Suspicious.
Jackson, John. Suspicious.
Kent, Stephen. Suspicious.
Boat, Catherine. Suspicious.
Lynch, Hannah. Suspicious.
Musket, Susanna. Vagrant.
Morris, Abraham. And wife.
Morris, Biddy. Wife of Abraham Morris.
Williams, George.
Dubler, Joseph. Suspicious.
Hickman, Sarah.
Davis, Samuel.
Dougherty, Hugh.
L___sich, Adam. Vagrant.
Grove, Catherine.
Helden, James. Suspicious.
Street, Samuel. Suspicious.
[Heck]. African American. And others.
Moore, James.
Gibbons, Thomas.
Bundy, Isaac. Vagrant.
Groff, Sharlotte. Vagrant.
[____son], Gerhard. Suspicious.
Donlap, Lewis.
Clark, William.
Johnston, Robert.
Hess, Jacob.
Swaghammer, George. Suspicious.
Fethers, Barnard. Vagrant.
Cerns, Robert. Vagrant.
Webb, William. Suspicious.
Stoner, Samuel. Vagrant.
Bard, John. Suspicious.
Strickler, John. Suspicious.
Wright, William. Suspicious.
Levan, Rbert. Suspicious.
Malson, Ephraim.
Malson, Biddy.
Kauffman, Isaac.
[Dewern], Thomas. Suspicious.
McKettuck, Nancy. Intoxication.
Bailley, Denis. Suspicious.
Lec, Hayer. Suspicious.
Wadd, Jane. Suspicious.
Hoffman, John. On a charge of larceny.
Salt, John. African American. Suspicious.
Mabon, Abraim. Suspicious.
Lesseny, John. Suspicious.
Star, Jacob. Suspicious.
Mass, Felix. Suspicious.
Willisdon, Haston.
Nixdorf, Henry. Intoxication.
Wadd, Jane. Vagrant.
Boys, Thomas. Suspicious. Brought by the watchman.
Desert, Anders. Brought by constable.
Buslen, John. Brought by constable.
Malson, Ephraim. And wife. Brought by constable.
Malson, _____ Mrs. Wife of Ephraim Malson. Brought by constable.
Steckel, Daniel. Brought by the watchman.
Heght, Jonathan. Brought by the watchman.
A dumb and deaf vagrant.
Boyer, Samuel. Brought by watchman.
Frederick, John. Brought by High Constable.
Mayer, Ferdinant. Brought by the watchman.
Doyle, Miles. Brought by the watchman.
Ludwig, Salome. Brought by the constable.
Brennan, John. Brought by the constable
McDennard, Author. Brought by the constable.
Gallegher, John. Brought by the constable.
Flinn, James. Brought by the watchman.
Nickson, Sarah. Vagrant.
Martin, WIlliam. Brought by the watchman.
Carr, John. Brought by the watchman.
Howard, Daniel. Brought by the constable.
Morgan, Thomas. Brought by the constable.
Malson, Ephraim. And wife.
Malson, _____ Mrs. Wife of Ephraim Malson.
Luce, Hannah.
Martin, John. Brought by the constable.
Glasgo, Christian. Brought by the constable.
Debler, Lewis. Vagrant.
Cammel, Rachel. Brought by the watchman.
Miller, Mary. Vagrant.
Hady, Mary. Vagrant.
Carver, Jane. Vagrant.
Debode, Mary. Vagrant.
George, Jane. Vagrant.
Haywood, James. Brought by the constable.
Groff, Sharlet. Brought by the constable.
Meehan, Patrick. Brought by the constable.
Ressler, John. Brought by the constable.
Gile, Charles. Brought by the constable.
James, Garrett. Brought by the constable.
Neel, David. Brought by the constable.
Grumwell, James. Brought by the constable.
Jones, Henry. Vagrant.
Richason, Mary.
Lambley, Susanna.
Roop, Feronica. Vagrant.
Miller, Elizabeth.
Burns, Christian. And wife.
Burns, _____ Mrs. Wife of Christian Burns.
Harrison, Robert.
Richason, Mary.
Nevele, Catharine.
Lee, Hagar.
Hechner, Jacob.
Purton, Isaac.
Parter, Author.
Daebler, Joseph. Vagrant.
McCollough, Jane.
Flood, Thomas.
Tally, James. And wife.
Tally, _____ Mrs. Wife of James Tally.
Melford, John.
McGran, Jane.
Melford, John. Brought by the constable.
Carter, Jane. Brought by the constable.
Hessh, Catharine. Vagrant.
Ross, Elizabeth. Brought by the constable.
Wilson, Isaac. Brought by the constable.
Kamando, John Henry.
Debler, Francis.
Heckman, Sarah. Profane swearing.
1 item. 1 piece.
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Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1822 #266
Description Level
Item
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Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Year
1822
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Albright, Francis
Anderson, Eligah
Anderson, Stephen
Baldwin, Joseph
Banks, David
Barr, Samuel
Beates, Sally
Beatts, [ ]
Bentel, John
Billiar, Ruth
Bird, Henry
Breckenridge, James
Brown, Frederick
Brown, William
Burns, Christian
Burns, John
Buttler, Joseph
Buyers, Samuel
Carner, Robert
Chapman, Barbara
Christy, [ ]
Clark Henry
Clark, Flora
Clark, James
Clearson, James
Clyman, Isaac
Clymer, Isaac
Cochran, Isaac
Coery, Margin
Cole, John
Cooper, Joseph
Corr, John
Cowhick, John
Cowhicke, John
Cross, Samuel
Daughtery, Edward
DeHuff, John
Dellam, Joseph
Dellem, Charles
Dellem, Joseph
Doak, Robert
Dreaver, Cyrus
Edwards, Samuel
Errow, George
Feldeberger, John
Feldeburger, John
Flick, Christian
Folk, Mary
Foulk, David
Fraizer, Charles
Freeman, John
Freeman, Mary
Fultoin, Thomas
Gardner, Adam
Gardner, George W.
George, John
Getz, Philip
Goodwin, Jacob
Gray, John
Green, Sophia
Grubb, Mark
Hairison, John
Harrison, John
Hauk, William
Heinitsh, August
Henry, Joseph
Hercules, Peter
Hopkins, Samuel
Irick, Jacob
Jackson, Josiah
Johnson, Sarah
Johnson, Thomas
Johnston, William
Jones, Eliza
Kauffman, Isaac
Kennedy, Mary
King, Ceaser
Kline, Elizabeth
Koenig, Daniel
Krafft, Joseph
Kriner, John
Lamb, Daniel
Land, Alexander
Lechler, John
Leven, George
Lewis, Caleb
Lewis, George
Lick, Margaretta
Linch, Elenor
Linsey, James
Long, Ceaser
Long, Frederick
Lyenner, John
Lynch, Biddiay
Lynch, Biddy
Lynch, Elenor
Lynch, Hannah
Lynch, WIlliam
Malson, James
Marshall, James
McCall, George
McCall, Martha
McCooly, Elizabeth
McDonald, Betsy
McDonnald, Anna
McGlaughlin, Robert
McKindell, James
McKinsey, Thomas
McKnight, Robert
Meloney, James
Milford, John
Miller, Jacob
Mitchell, James
Molson, Ephraim
Murphy, Jacob
Newman, David
Nixdorf, [ ]
Noble, Thomas B.
Norriss, Susannah
Ossler, Samuel
Parker, John
Parrent, Rachael
Patterson, Jacob
Peters, Else
Peterson, Thomas
Philips, Ann
Philips, Thomas
Redoubt, Joseph
Rehman, Andrew
Reinhart, John
Rheam, Abraham
Rice, Selah
Rupp, Fanny
Sanders, Hugh
Scott, John
Sensenich, Jesse
Shaum, John
Sinister, Garret
Sinnister, Garrett
Smith, John
Smith, Robert
Smith, William
Snotgrass, James
Spencer, Mary
Stahley, Stephen
Sterling, John
Steward, John
Stout, Nathan
Talbott, Edward
Tunison, Francis
Updegroff, Jacob
Watt, James
Watt, Jane
White, James
Williams, Thomas
Williams, William
Wilson, John
Wilson, Maryann
Wilson, Thomas
Wilson, [ ]
Young, George
Zecher, Christian
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Lancaster
Prisons
African-American
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Lancaster
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1822 #266
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
002
Box Number
002
Notes
Entered into Q&A Aug 26, 2003.
Additional Notes
Prison
Payment for key fees and maintenance of prisoners.
Heinitsh, August. Jailor.
Prisoners, 2 April to 2 July 1822.
Kauffman, Isaac.
Cochran, Isaac.
Snotgrass, James. Died 22 June 1822.
Molson, Ephraim.
Getz, Philip.
Dellem, Joseph.
Dellem, Charles.
Buyers, Samuel.
McKinsey, Thomas.
Erron, George.
Cowhicke, John.
Sensenich, Jesse.
Noble, Thomas B.
Feldeburger, John.
McKnight, Robert.
Carnes, Robert.
Lane, Alexander.
Folk, Mary.
Lick, Margaretta.
Clark, Flora.
Long, Frederick.
Mitchell, James.
Lechler, John.
Norriss, Susannah.
Hercules, Peter.
Anderson, Eligah.
Malson, James.
Smith, William.
Harrison, John.
Lyenner, John.
Doak, Robert.
Gray, John.
Sanders, Hugh.
Sinister, Garret.
Banks, David.
Koenig, Daniel.
Irick, Jacob.
Lynch, Biddiay.
Hauk, William.
Rehman, Andrew.
Henry, Joseph.
Gardner, George W.
Updegroff, Jacob.
McDonnald, Anna.
Anderson, Stephen.
Billiar, Ruth.
Gardner, Adam.
Jackson, Josiah.
Green, Sophia.
Tunison, Francis.
Wilson, Maryann.
Clymer, Isaac.
Beates, Sally.
Foulk, David.
Lynch, William.
Lynch, Elenor.
Lynch, Hannah.
McCooly, Elizabeth.
Buttler, Joseph.
Lynch, WIlliam.
Christy, [piece missing].
Beatts, [piece missing].
Nixdorf, [piece missing].
Prisoners, 2 July to 2 September 1822.
Feldeberger, John.
Carns, Robert.
Harrison, John. Died 30 July 1822.
Sinnaster, Garret.
Foulke, David.
Lynch, Biddy.
Butler, Joseph.
Beades, Aston.
Fleck, John.
Smith, John.
Leake, Peggy.
Fuller, Sires .
Eberman, Jacob.
Baker, James.
Calahan, Edward.
Hey, John.
Harman, Henry.
Houston, James.
Richards, John.
Bryan, Thomas.
Kingston, Stephen.
Sarfia, Samuel.
Smith, John. African American.
Steward, John.
Green, Charles.
Harman, William.
Klayfeter, Abraham.
Kuhn, John.
Borth, John.
Brunner, Jacob.
Weading, Philip.
Stout, Nathan.
Snyder, Jacob.
Jones, Eliza.
Steward, Charles.
Smeily, Hetty.
Keyser, Margaret.
Crossley, Samuel.
Williams, Thomas.
Fraizer, Charles.
Lamb, Daniel.
Watt, James.
Meloney, James.
Sterling, John.
Albright, Francis.
Wilson, [_____].
Cooper, Joseph.
Marshall, James.
Peterson, Thomas.
Kennedy, Mary.
Redoubt, Joseph.
McCall, George.
Leven, George.
Grubb, Mark.
Clark Henry.
Spencer, Mary.
Peters, Else.
Philips, Ann.
Talbott, Edward.
Freeman, Mary.
Philips, Thomas.
Hopkins, Samuel.
Young, George.
Goodwin, Jacob.
Lewis, Caleb.
Daughtery, Edward.
King, Ceaser.
Rupp, Fanny.
Lewis, George.
Freeman, John.
Patterson, Jacob.
Wilson, Thomas.
Baldwin, Joseph.
Smith, Robert.
McCall, Martha.
Stahley, Stephen.
Chapman, Barbara.
Linsey, James.
Cowhick, John.
Linch, Elenor. Doctor ordered one pint of beer for her.
Hairison, John. Doctor ordered a poultice: vinegar, molasses and wine.
Jones, Eliza. Doctor ardered wine and beer.
Prisoners, 2 September to2 November 1822.
Lechler, John. Executed 23 September 1822.
Sinnister, Garrett.
Johnson, Thomas.
Dellam, Joseph.
Watt, Jane.
Coery, Margin.
Rheam, Abraham.
Clark, James.
Clearson, James.
McDonald, Betsy.
Burns, John.
Johnson, Sarah.
Rice, Selah.
Ossler, Samuel.
Dreaver, Cyrus. Escaped.
Shaum, John.
George, John.
Bentel, John.
White, James. Escaped.
Burns, Christian.
Milford, John.
Krafft, Joseph.
Murphy, Jacob.
McGlaughlin, Robert.
Reinhart, John.
Corr, John.
Barr, Samuel.
Cole, John.
Breckenridge, James.
Fultoin, Thomas.
Newman, David.
Long, Ceaser.
Scott, John.
Williams, William.
Brown, William.
Bird, Henry.
Brown, Frederick.
Flick, Christian.
Edwards, Samuel.
Wilson, John.
Johnson, THomas.
Parker, John.
McKindell, James.
Parrent, Rachael.
Clyman, Isaac.
Cross, Samuel.
Non-prisoners mentioned:
DeHuff, John. Delivered sand for the wall.
Gardner, Adam. Tea and coffee.
Johnston, William. Repaired a bucket.
Kriner, John. Mended pump.
Miller, Jacob. Soap for prisoners.
Kline, Elizabeth. Made 2 shirts for prisoners.
Zecher, Christian. Sand for kitchen.
Hager & Co. Provided 4 shirts for prisoners.
1 item 1 piece.
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Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1822 #292
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Year
1822
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Lechler, John
Hood, Richard
McCoughlen, Robert
Miess, Samuel
Ryse, James
Nauman, David
Johnson, Thomas
Scott, John
Brown, William
Bard, Henry
Reinhard, John
Brown, Frederick
Venkennen, Jacob
Book, John
Edwards, Samuel
Wilson, William
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Lancaster
Prisons
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Lancaster
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1822 #292
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
002
Box Number
002
Notes
Entered into Q&A Aug 26, 2003.
Additional Notes
Prison.
Payment to city constables for costs involved in preserving the peace on the day preceding, day of and day following the execution of John Lechler.
The following disorderly and vagrant persons were apprehended, brought before the mayor and conveyed them to jail:
Hood, Richard.
McCoughlen, Robert.
Miess, Samuel.
Ryse, James.
Nauman, David.
Johnson, Thomas.
Scott, John.
Brown, William.
Bard, Henry.
Reinhard, John.
Brown, Frederick.
Venkennen, Jacob.
Book, John.
Edwards, Samuel.
Wilson, William.
1 item 1 piece.
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Less detail
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Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1826 #049
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Brown, Frederick
Brown, John
Brown, Levi
Engle, Hiram
Engle, Mary
Hallowell, Elisha
Hoon, Nathaniel
Kame, Catharine
Kame, Elisabeth
Meclane, Elisabeth
Meclane, Maria
Meglaughlin, Matthias
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Columbia
Poor children
Teacher
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Columbia
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1826 #049
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
005
Box Number
005
Notes
Entered into Q & A 1994/07/05.
Additional Notes
Poor children.
Brown, Frederick.
Brown, John.
Brown, Levi.
Engle, Hiram.
Engle, Mary.
Hallowell, Elisha. Teacher.
Hoon, Nathaniel.
Kame, Catharine.
Kame, Elisabeth.
Meclane, Elisabeth.
Meclane, Maria.
Meglaughlin, Matthias.
1 item. 1 piece.
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Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1826 #416
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Brown, Frederick
Brown, James
Brown, John
Brown, Levi
Engle, Hiram
Hallowell, Elisha
Kame, Catharine
Meglaughlin, Matthias
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Columbia
Poor children
Teacher
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Columbia
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1826 #416
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
006
Box Number
006
Notes
Entered into Q & A 1994/07/29.
Additional Notes
Poor children.
Brown, Frederick.
Brown, James.
Brown, John.
Brown, Levi.
Engle, Hiram.
Hallowell, Elisha. Teacher.
Kame, Catharine.
Meglaughlin, Matthias.
1 item. 1 piece.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
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Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1825 #049
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Albright, George
Albright, John
Albright, Sarah
Albright, Susan
Beaman, John
Beaver, George
Beaver, John
Beaver, Martin
Bennet, Abram
Bennet, Christian
Bennet, Isaac
Bennet, James
Bennet, Rachael
Bogle, George
Bogle, Mary Ann
Bogle, _____ Mrs.
Brown, Frederick
Brown, John
Brown, Levi
Clark, John
Clinton, Joseph
Clouse, George
Clouse, Teo
Colp, John
Colp, Mary
Conner, James
Conner, Prudence
Correll, Abraham
Correll, George
Correll, Jacob
Currie, Edwin
Currie, Martin
Currie, Sarah
Currie,Catharin
De Normandy, Anthony
De Normandy, Elizabeth
De Normandy, John
De Normandy, Thomas
Detwiler, Christian
Detwiler, Jacob
Detwiler, Nancy
Dickey, _____ Mrs.
Dickey, William
Fite, Eli
Fite, Emanuel
Fite, Lewis
Fite, Susan
Graham, Charles
Graham, Susan
Gressinger, Nancy
Gressinger, Stephen
Gressinger, Susan
Hassen, Margaret
Hassen, Maria
Hassen, Samuel
Hassen, Sarah
Hatch, Mary Ann
Hatch, _____ Mrs.
Hippe, John
Hippe, _____ Mrs.
Hoon, Nathaniel
Hoon, _____ Mrs.
Hughes, Harriet
Hughes, Isaiah
Hughes, James
Hughes, John
Hughes, Theophilus
Kahm, Elizabeth
Kahm, Catharine
Kahm, _____ Mrs.
Lewis, Joseph
Maxton, George
Maxton, John
McClean, Maria
McGlauchlin, Daniel
McGlauchlin, Mathias
McGlauchlin, _____ Mrs.
McLean James
McLean, Christianna
McLean, Elizabeth
Mellinger, Charles
Mellinger, Jacob
Mellinger, Lea
Mellinger, Sarah
Mellinger, Susan
Menoough, Daniel
Menough, John
Menough, _____ Mrs.
Moon, Catharine
Moon, Jasper C.
Morrow, Jemima
Morrow, _____ Mrs.
O'Donnald, Catharine
O'Donnald, James
O'Donnald, John
Pearson, Mary
Pearson, _____ Mrs.
Pearson, William
Poor, Mary Ann
Poor, Samuel
Reabman, Christianna
Reabman, Frederick
Reabman, George
Reabman, Godleib
Reabman, John
Reabman, Louisa
Richards, John
Richards, Mary
Richards, _____ Mrs.
Richeson, Henry
Richeson, William
Shidell, George
Shidell, Hannah
Shidell, Susan
Shidell, William
Tarbert, David
Taylor, Charles
Taylor, Mary
Taylor, Sarah
Taylor, William
Trainer, Barnard
Trainer, Margaret
Trainer, Patrick
Trainer, Rosanna
Trainer, _____ Mrs.
Wade, Polly
Welsh, Henry
Welsh, Maria
Welsh, Mary
Welsh, Susanna
Welsh, William
Willis, Eliza
Willis, John
Willis, Mary
Wolf, Henry
Wolf, _____ Mrs.
Wolf, Mary
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Columbia
Poor children
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Columbia
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1825 #049
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
005
Box Number
005
Notes
Entered into Q & A 1994/06/28.
Additional Notes
Poor children.
Returned by the school men.
Albright, George. Father of Albright, John, age 8; Albright, Sarah, age 7.
Wade, Polly. Mother of Albright, Susan, age 6.
Currie, Sarah. Mother of Beaman, John, age 11.
Beaver, John. Father of Beaver, George, age 6; Beaver, Martin, age 10.
Bennet, Abram. Father of Bennet, Christian, age 9; Bennet, James, age 7.
Bennet, Isaac. Father of Bennet, Rachael, age 10.
Bogle, Widow. Mother of Bogle, George, age 8; Bogle, Mary Ann, age 12.
Brown, John. Father of Brown, Frederick, age 8; Brown, John, age 6; Brown, Levi, age 12.
Clark, John. Age 8.
Clinton, Joseph. Father of Clinton, Joseph, age 10.
Clouse, Teo. Father of Clouse, George, age 7.
Colp, John. Father of Colp, John, age 9; Colp, Mary, age 11.
Conner, Prudence. Mother of Conner, James, age 11.
Correll, Abraham. Father of Correll, George, age 6; Correll, Jacob, age 9.
Currie, Martin. Father of Currie, Catharin, age 8 ; Currie, Edwin, age 12.
De Normandy, John. Father of De Normandy, Anthony, age 10; De Normandy, Elizabeth, age 7; De Normandy, Thomas, age 12.
Detwiler, Christian. Father of Detwiler, Jacob, age 7; Detwiler, Nancy, age 9.
Dickey, Widow. Mother of Dickey, William, age 9.
Fite, Emanuel. Father of Fite, Eli, age 11; Fite, Lewis, age 7; Fite, Susan, age 12.
Graham, Charles. Father of Graham, Susan, age 11.
Gressinger, Stephen. Father of Gressinger, Nancy, age 7; Gressinger, Susan, age 9.
Hassen, Samuel. Father of Hassen, Margaret, age 8; Hassen, Maria, age 10; Hassen, Samuel, age 11; Hassen, Sarah, age 7.
Hatch, Widow. Mother of Hatch, Mary Ann, age 7.
Hippe, Widow. Mother of Hippe, John, age 11.
Hoon, Widow. Mother of Hoon, Nathaniel, age 12.
Hughes, Theophilus. Father of Hughes, Harriet, age 12.
Hughes, James. Father of Hughes, Isaiah, age 7; Hughes, John, age 10.
Kahm, Widow. Mother of Kahm, Catharine, age 8; Kahm, Elizabeth, age 11.
Lewis, Joseph. Father of Lewis, Joseph, age 9.
Maxton, John. Father of Maxton, George.
McGlauchlin, Widow. Mother of McGlauchlin, Daniel; McGlauchlin, Mathias.
McLean James. Father of McLean, Christianna, age 11; McLean, Elizabeth, age 8; McClean, Maria, age 8.
Mellinger, Jacob. Father of Mellinger, Charles, age 13; Mellinger, Lea, age 11; Mellinger, Sarah, age 9; Mellinger, Susan, age 6.
Menough, Widow. Mother of Menoough, Daniel, age 11; Menough, John, age 10.
Moon, Jasper C. Father of Moon, Catharine, age 7.
Morrow, Widow. Mother of Morrow, Jemima, age 8.
O'Donnald, John. Father of O'Donnald, Catharine, age 8; O'Donnald, James, age 11.
Pearson, Widow. Mother of Pearson, Mary, age 7; Pearson, William, age 6.
Poor, Samuel. Father of Poor, Mary Ann, age 8.
Reabman, George. Father of Reabman, Christianna, age 6; Reabman, Frederick, age 8; Reabman, George, age 12; Reabman, Godleib, age 9; Reabman, John, age 10; Reabman, Louisa, age 7.
Richards, Widow. Mother of Richards, John, age 6; Richards, Mary, age 8.
Richeson, Henry. Father of Richeson, Henry, age 7; Richeson, William, age 9.
Shidell, William. Father of Shidell, George, age 7; Shidell, Hannah, age 9; Shidell, Susan, age 11.
Tarbert, David. Father of Tarbert, David.
Taylor, Charles. Father of Taylor, Mary, age 11; Taylor, Sarah, age 7; Taylor, William, age 9.
Trainer, Widow. Mother of Trainer, Barnard, age 11.
Trainer, Patrick. Father of Trainer, Margaret, age 10; Trainer, Rosanna, age 6.
Welsh, Henry. Father of Welsh, Henry, age 9; Welsh, Maria, age 7; Welsh, Susanna, age 10.
Welsh, William. Father of Welsh, Mary, age 7.
Willis, John. Father of Willis, Eliza, age 6; Willis, John, age 9; Willis, Mary, age 7.
Wolf, Widow. Mother of Wolf, Henry, age 7; Wolf, Mary, age 8.
1 item. 1 piece.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
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Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1828 #055
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Albright, Susan
Brooks, Matthias
Brooks, Susan
Brown, Frederick
Gallagher, John
Gallagher, Mary
Hershey, Benjamin
Hummel, Catharine
McCarty, Joseph
Mellinger, Sarah
Miller, Eve
Miller, Nancy
Miller, Polly
Moon, Ann
Moon, Caty
Poor, Elizabeth
Poor, Mary
Wolf, Mary
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Columbia
Poor children
Teacher
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Columbia
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic tabard.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1828 #055
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
008
Box Number
008
Notes
Entered into Q & A 1994/03/15.
Additional Notes
Poor children.
Albright, Susan.
Brooks, Matthias.
Brooks, Susan.
Brown, Frederick.
Gallagher, John.
Gallagher, Mary.
Hershey, Benjamin. Teacher.
Hummel, Catharine.
McCarty, Joseph.
Mellinger, Sarah.
Miller, Eve.
Miller, Nancy.
Miller, Polly.
Moon, Ann.
Moon, Caty.
Poor, Elizabeth.
Poor, Mary.
Wolf, Mary.
1 item. 1 piece.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
Less detail

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