Bonds posted by constables, showing names of constable and surety; date and amount of bond; conditions of obligation; signatures of constable, surety, and witnesses; and date filed. Arr. chron. by date filed. No index. Hdw. and typed on ptd. fm.
The County of Lancaster has given LancasterHistory.org custodial responsibility of this collection.
System of Arrangement
Arranged by year; alphabetical by surname with in year.
John H. Evans, reputed to have been Lancaster's first professional architect, was hired to design Building #4 of the Lancaster County Almshouse - familiar to older Lancastrians as the "County Home". See LCHS Journal Vol. 102, issue 2/3, page 96.
Cabinet card. Written on back: "The one on the left with a cane is Papa's brother, John. They were masquerading. The one in the center is John Hubley. He was a photographer in Lancaster." Left: John H. Evans, II - b. Jan. 22, 1852, d. Oct. 4, 1900. He was an architect and went to Ohio. Center: John Hubley, Lancaster photographer. Right: not identified.