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Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1823 #004A
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
1823
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Bailey, Jacob
Bailey, Robert
Baker, Isaac
Baker, Samuel
Baxter, David
Bennett, William
Bernhard, Samuel
Best, John
Betts, James
Birds, John
Black, John
Boyd, Matthew
Brown, Andrew
Brown, Samuel
Brubaker, Abraham Jr.
Carl, Peter
Church, John
Corl, Henry
Coxe, D. John
Dougherty, Bernhard
Ebach, Peter
Echert, Bastian
Eckner, Peter
Eren, John
Fenton , David
Frazer, Charles
Frester, Rudolph
Fricher, Wiliam
Gabel, Peter
Gable, Jacob
Good, George
Griffith, David Sr.
Harding, Christian
Hason, Samuel
Heiney, Andrew
Henderson, James
Henderson, Thomas
Henry, Andrew
Henry, John
Horn, George
Hugh, Laughlin
Humel, Rudy
Jackson, Hugh
Jackson, John
Karr, James
Kauffman, John
Kayser, James
Kayser, John
Kelper, James
Kenneday, John
Kling, Joel
Leman, Daniel
Light, David
Light, John
Lytle, James
Martin, William
Mayer, Isaac
McCaslin, William
McCeaver, William
McEntire, Robert
McFaddin, Robert
Mim, John
Moss, Charles
Owen, John
Perry, Samuel
Porter, Thomas
Ramberger, John
Rogers, David
Rutter, John
Weidler, Samuel
Scott, James
Sharp, Peter
Sheaffer, Nathaniel
Solladay, Frederick
Spindler, Michael
Spindler, Peter
Stackney, Charles
Stauffer, Jacob
Steel, John
Stoltzfus, Christian
Thompson, James
Trainer, James
Tripple, Jacob
Vebblehauer, John
Weaver, Charles
Weidel, Henry
Zeller, David
Zeller, John
Zimmerman, John
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Leacock Twp.
Taxes
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Leacock Twp.
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1823 #004A
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
003
Box Number
003
Notes
Entered into Q&A Apr 19, 2001.
Additional Notes
Tax exonerations.
Samuel Weidley, tax collector.
Bailey, Jacob. Gone.
Bailey, Robert. Gone.
Baker, Isaac. Gone.
Baker, Samuel. Gone.
Baxter, David. Gone.
Bennett, William. Gone.
Bernhard, Samuel. Gone.
Best, John. Gone.
Betts, James. Gone.
Birds, John. Gone.
Black, John. Gone.
Blair, William. Gone.
Brown, Andrew. Gone.
Brown, Samuel. Gone.
Brubaker, Abraham Jr.. Gone.
Carl, Peter. Gone.
Church, John. Gone.
Corl, Henry. Gone.
Coxe, D. John. Gone.
Dougherty, Bernhard. Gone.
Ebach, Peter. Gone.
Echert, Bastian. Gone.
Eckner, Peter. Gone.
Eren, John. Gone.
Fenton , David. Gone. Cooper.
Frazer, Charles. Gone.
Frester, Rudolph. Gone.
Fricher, Wiliam. Gone.
Gabel, Peter. Gone.
Gable, Jacob. Gone.
Good, George. Gone.
Griffith, David Sr. Gone.
Harding, Christian. Gone.
Heiney, Andrew. Gone.
Henderson, James. Gone.
Henderson, Thomas. Gone.
Henry, Andrew. Gone.
Henry, John. Gone.
Hason, Samuel. Gone.
Horner, Joseph. Gone.
Horn, George. Gone.
Hugh, Laughlin. Gone.
Humel, Rudy. Died.
Jackson, Hugh. Gone.
Jackson, John. Gone.
Karr, James. Gone.
Kauffman, John. Gone.
Kayser, James. Gone.
Kayser, John. Gone.
Kelper, James. Gone.
Kenneday, John. Gone.
Kling, Joel. Gone.
Leman, Daniel. Gone.
Light, David. Gone.
Light, John. Merchant.
Lytle, James and son. Gone.
Martin, William. Gone.
Mayer, Isaac. Not of age.
McCaslin, William.
Boyd, Matthew.
McCeaver, William. Gone.
McEntire, Robert. Gone.
McFaddin, Robert. Gone.
Mim, John. Gone.
Moss, Charles. Gone.
Owen, John. Gone.
Perry, Samuel. Gone.
Porter, Thomas. Gone.
Ramberger, John. Gone.
Rogers, David. Died.
Rutter, John. Gone.
Scott, James. Gone.
Sharp, Peter. Not right.
Sheaffer, Nathaniel. Gone.
Solladay, Frederick. Gone.
Spindler, Michael. Gone.
Spindler, Peter. Gone.
Stackney, Charles. Gone.
Stauffer, Jacob.
Steel, John. Gone.
Stoltzfus, Christian.
Thompson, James. Gone.
Trainer, James . Gone.
Tripple, Jacob. Gone.
Vebblehauer, John. Gone.
Weaver, Charles. Gone.
Weidel, Henry. Gone.
Zeller, David. Gone.
Zeller, John. Gone.
Zimmerman, John. Gone.
1 item 2 pieces.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
Less detail
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1825 #031
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
Antis, Prince
Antis, Rebeca
Barge, George
Barge, John
Barge, July
Benedict, Jacob
Bisco, Eliza
Bisco, John
Bisco, Sarah
Brubaker, George
Brubaker, Samuel
Chamberlain, Calvin
Chamberlain, Joanna
Chambrelain, An
Collins, Jacob
Collins, James
Collins, John
Collins, Nancy
Collins, Samuel
Cooper, Joseph
Corn, Adam
Corn, Polly
Dambach, Adam
Dambach, Benjamin
Dambach, Elisa
Dambach, Martin
Dellinger, Barbara
Dellinger, John
Fitzpatrick, Fanny
Fitzpatrick, Oen
Fitzpatrick, Samuel
French, Belinda
French, _____ Mrs.
Garles, Elizabeth
Garles, Fanney
Garles, Mattey
Garrison, Abigail
Garrison, Philer
Garver, Fanny
Garver, Jacob
Garver, Mary
Grabill, Henry
Green, John
Griffin, Susan
Griffin, William
Hall, Barbara
Hall, Catherine
Hall, Emanuel
Hall, Henry
Hardyman, Christty
Hardyman, Kitty
Herr, Catharina
Herr, Metilda
Hertzler, Elisabeth
Hertzler, Henry
Hertzler, Susan
Holsinger, Abraham
Holsinger, Archibald
Holsinger, Jacob
Kaley, Scepter
Kaley, _____ Mrs.
Kauffman, Elisa
Kauffman, Es[ther]
Kauffman, John
Kilhaffer, Fronica
Kilhaffer, Joseph
Kinard, Barbara
Kinard, Eliza
Kinard, Jacob
Kinard, Sophia
Kise, Daniel
Kise, Jacob
Knissley, Abraham
Knissley, Andrew
Knissley, Sarah
Knissley, _____ Mrs.
Lawrance, Cordeah
Lawrance, Cornelius
Lawrance, Isaia
Lutz, John
Lutz, George
Markley, George
Markley, John
Markley, Martha
Markley, Peter
McAlister, Jacob
McAlister, Mary
McAlister, Susan
McAlister, _____ Mrs.
McCullough, James
McCullough, John
McCullough, Susana
McDonald, Elisabeth
McKittrick, Daniel
McKittrick, James
McKittrick, Peter
McKittrick, Thomas
McMickle, Abner
McMickle, Robert
McMickle, Susan
McMickle, Susana
McMickle, William
Noles, Mary
Oatstadt, John
Oatstadt, Michael
Oatstadt, Polley
Oxer, George
Oxer, Hannah
Oxer, Susan
Portsfill, Adam
Portsfill, George
Prycon, James
Prycon, Susan
Reess, Robert
Sailor, Elizabeth
Sailor, _____ Mrs.
Shertzer, John
Shertzer, Mary
Shultz, Charles
Shultz, David
Shultz, Isaac
Shultz, Samuel
Smith, Charles
Smith, Christian
Smith, Jacob
Smith, Margaret
Smith, Mathias
Snyder, Joseph
Snyder, Samuel
Stauffer, Adam
Stauffer, Henry
Stauffer, Mary
Stauffer, Susan
Stevenson, Catharine
Stevenson, Edward
Stevenson, William
Stevenson, Zilpho
Stoner, Jacob
Strawbridge, Charles
Strawbridge, Thomas
Ulrich, Elisabeth
Ulrich, Eliza
White, Caty
White, Jacob
White, John
White, Nicholas
Will, Elisabeth
Will, James
Williams, Maryann
Wills, James
Wills, _____ Mrs.
Wilson, Catharina
Wilson, Clarissa
Wilson, David
Wilson, Isabel
Wilson, Robert
Wilson, Samuel
Wilson, William
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Manor Twp.
Poor children
African-American
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 1825 #031
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
005
Box Number
005
Notes
Entered into Q & A 1994/05/31.
Additional Notes
Poor children.
Taken from Lancaster county tax list.
Lutz, George. Deceased. Father of Lutz, George, age 8; Lutz, John, age 10. Turkey Hill.
Benedict, Jacob. Deceased. Father of Benedict, Jacob, age 10.
Smith, Charles. Smith, Margaret. Parents of Smith, Christian, age 8.
Dellinger, John. Father of Dellinger, Barbara, age 9; stepfather of McDonald, Elisabeth, age 9.
Stauffer, Henry. Stauffer, Susan. Parents of Stauffer, Adam, age 9; Stauffer, Mary, age 11.
Hertzler, Henry. Hertzler, Susan. Parents of Hertzler, Elisabeth, age 7.
Oxer, George. Father of Oxer, Hannah, age 9; Oxer, Susan, age 11. Herrs District.
Dambach, Adam. Father of Dambach, Benjamin, age 9; Dambach, Elisa, age 7; Dambach, Martin, age 11.
Garver, Jacob. Father of Garver, Fanny, age 9; Garver, Jacob, age 7; Garver, Mary, age 10.
Shertzer, Mary. Widow. Mother of Shertzer, John, age 8.
Garrison, Abigail. Age 8. Millerstown.
Garrison, Philer. Age 11. Millerstown.
Fitzpatrick, Oen. Father of Fitzpatrick, Fanny, age 9; Fitzpatrick, Samuel, age 11.
Kilhaffer, Fronica. Age 9.
Kilhaffer, Joseph. Age 11.
Grabill, Henry. Age 9.
Smith, Jacob. Age 11.
Smith, Mathias. Age 9.
Reess, Robert. Age 6.
Prycon, Susan. Age 6.
Prycon, James. Age 8.
Wilson, Catharina. Age 11. African American.
Herr, Catharina. Widow. Mother of Herr, Metilda, age 7.
Griffin, Susan. Mother of Griffin, William, age 8.
Ulrich, Eliza. Mother of Ulrich, Elisabeth, age 7.
Oatstadt, Michael. Father of Oatstadt, John, age 10; Oatstadt, Polley, age 7.
McKittrick, James. Father of McKittrick, Daniel, age 8; McKittrick, Peter, age 10; McKittrick, Thomas, age 6.
Shultz, David. Father of Shultz, Charles, age 11; Shultz, Isaac, age 9; Shultz, Samuel, age 7.
Green, John. Age 9.
Barge, George. Father of Barge, John, age 8; Barge, July, age 10.
McAlister, Widow. Mother of McAlister, Jacob, age 8; McAlister, Mary, age 7; McAlister, Susan, age 10.
Kaley, Widow. Mother of Kaley, Scepter. Age 5.
French, Widow. Mother of French, Belinda. Age 5.
Sailor, Widow. Mother of Sailor, Elizabeth. Age 9.
Wills, Widow. Mother of Wills, James. Age 10.
Williams, Maryann. Age 10. African American.
Holsinger, Abraham. Age 6. African American.
Holsinger, Archibald. Age 9. African American.
Holsinger, Jacob. Age 11. African American.
Hardyman, Kitty. Age 9. African American.
Hardyman, Christty. Age 6. African American.
Garles, Elizabeth. Age 10. African American.
Garles, Fanney. Age 8. African American.
Garles, Mattey. Age 6. African American.
Collins, Samuel. Collins, Nancy. Parents of Collins, Jacob, age 8; Collins, James, age 6; Collins, Samuel, age 9; Collins, John, age 10.
Wilson, Robert. Father of Wilson, David, age 7; Wilson, Robert, age 9; Wilson, William, age 11.
Hall, Henry. Hall, Barbara. Parents of Hall, Catherine, age 5; Hall, Emanuel, age 6; Hall, Henry, age 7.
McMickle, Susana. Mother of McMickle, Abner, age 5; McMickle, Robert, age 11; McMickle, Susan, age 9; McMickle, William, age 6.
Kinard, Jacob. Kinard, Barbara. Parents of Kinard, Eliza, age 8; Kinard, Jacob, age 10; Kinard, Sophia, age 6.
Chamberlain, Calvin. Chambrelain, An. Parents of Chamberlain, Joanna, age 6.
Kise, Jacob. Father of Kise, Daniel, age 6; Kise, Jacob, age 9.
White, Nicholas. Whitte, Caty. Parents of White, Jacob, age 11; White, John, age 8; White, NIcholas, age 10.
Knissley, Widow. Mother of Knissley, Abraham, age 7; Knissley, Andrew, age 11; Knissley, Sarah, age 9.
Will, Elisabeth. Widow. Mother of Will, James, age 8.
McCullough, Susana. Mother of McCullough, James, age 8; McCullough, John, age 6.
Strawbridge, Thomas. Father of Strawbridge, Charles, age 11.
Brubaker, Samuel. Father of Brubaker, George, age 5; Brubaker, Samuel, age 7.
Antis, Prince. Parent of Antis, Rebeca, age 8.
Stevenson, Edward. Stevenson, Zilpho. Parents of Stevenson, Catharine, age 7; Stevenson, William, age 6; Stevenson, Edward, age 10.
Bisco, John. Bisco, Sarah. Parents of Bisco, Eliza, age 8.
Lawrance, Cornelius. Father of Lawrance, Cordeah, age 5; Lawrance, Isaia, age 7.
Wilson, Samuel. Wilson, Isabel. Parents of Wilson, Clarissa, age 7.
Kauffman, John. Kauffman, Es[ther]. Parents of Kauffman, Elisa, age 8; Kauffman, John, age 6.
Markley, John. Father of Markley, George, age 9; Markley, John, age 11; Markley, Martha, age 10; Markley, Peter, age 7.
Cooper, Joseph. Age 10.
Snyder, Joseph. Age 8.
Snyder, Samuel. Age 9.
Stoner, Jacob. Age 6.
Noles, Mary. Age 9.
Portsfill, Adam. Age 8.
Portsfill, George. Age 10. Safe Harbor.
Corn, Adam. Age 8. African American.
Corn, Polly. Age 9. African American.
1 item. 2 pieces.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
Less detail
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1825 #032
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
Antiz, Rebecca
Barge, John
Brubaker, Samuel
Chamberlin, Joanna
Christ, John
Christ, Magdalena
Collins, Jacob
Collins, Samuel
Cooper, Joseph
Dellinger, Barbara
Donald, Elizabeth
Duck, Adam
Duck, Lidia
Dunlap, Samuel
Fitzpatrick, Fanny
Fitzpatrick, Samuel
French, Belinda
Frey, John
Garrison, Abigal
Garrison, Philor
Grabill, Henry
Green, John
Griffin, William
Hardiman, Christy
Hardiman, Hetty
Herr, Matilda
Hertzler, Elizabeth
Holsinger, Abraham
Holsinger, Archibald
Kaley, Scepter
Kauffman, Elisa
Kauffman, John
Killheffer, Joseph
Kinard, Elisa
Kinard, Jacob
Kise, Daniel
Kise, Jacob
Knisely, Abraham
Knisely, Sarah
Lawrence, Isaiah
Lutz, George
Lutz, John
Markley, Eliza
Markley, George
McAllister, Jacob
McAllister, Mary
McCullough, James
McCullough, John
McKittrick, Daniel
McKittrick, Thomas
McMichael, Susan
McMichael, William
Noles, Mary
Olds, Elizabeth
Olds, Ezra
Otstot, John
Oxer, Hannah
Oxer, Susan
Prycon, James
Prycon, Susan
Reffs, Robert
Shertzer, John
Shultz, Isaac
Shultz, Samuel
Smith, Christian
Smith, Henrietta
Smith, Mary
Smith, Mathias
Snyder, Joseph
Snyder, Samuel
Stauffer, Adam
Stauffer, Mary
Stevenson, Adam
Stevenson, William
Stigleman, Mary
Stoner, Jacob
Ulrich, Elizabeth
White, John
Williams, Mary Ann
Wills, James
Wilson, Claradia
Wilson, David
Wilson, Robert
Yerletz, Fanny
Yerletz, Matty
Young, Mary
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Manor Twp.
Poor children
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 1825 #032
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
005
Box Number
005
Notes
Entered into Q & A 1994/06/07.
Additional Notes
Poor children.
Taken from Lancaster county tax list.
Antiz, Rebecca. Age 8.
Barge, John. Age 8.
Brubaker, Samuel. Age 7.
Chamberlin, Joanna. Age 6.
Christ, John. Age 8.
Christ, Magdalena. Age 10.
Collins, Jacob. Age 8.
Collins, Samuel. Age 9.
Cooper, Joseph. Age 10.
Dellinger, Barbara. Age 9.
Donald, Elizabeth. Age 9.
Duck, Adam. Age 7.
Duck, Lidia. Age 9.
Dunlap, Samuel. Age 10.
Fitzpatrick, Fanny. Age 9.
Fitzpatrick, Samuel. Age 11.
French, Belinda. Age 6.
Frey, John. Age 10.
Garrison, Abigal. Age 8.
Garrison, Philor. Age 11.
Grabill, Henry. Age 9.
Green, John. Age 9.
Griffin, William. Age 8.
Hardiman, Christy. Age 6.
Hardiman, Hetty. Age 9.
Herr, Matilda. Age 7.
Hertzler, Elizabeth. Age 7.
Holsinger, Abraham. Age 6.
Holsinger, Archibald. Age 9.
Kaley, Scepter. Age 6.
Kauffman, Elisa. Age 8.
Kauffman, John. Age 6.
Killheffer, Joseph. Age 11.
Kinard, Elisa. Age 8.
Kinard, Jacob. Age 10.
Kise, Daniel. Age 6.
Kise, Jacob. Age 9.
Knisely, Abraham. Age 7.
Knisely, Sarah. Age 9.
Lawrence, Isaiah. Age 7.
Lutz, George. Age 8.
Lutz, John. Age 10.
Markley, Eliza. Age 7.
Markley, George. Age 10.
McAllister, Jacob. Age 8.
McAllister, Mary. Age 7.
McCullough, James. Age 9.
McCullough, John. Age 7.
McKittrick, Daniel. Age 8.
McKittrick, Thomas. Age 6.
McMichael, Susan. Age 9.
McMichael, William. Age 6.
Noles, Mary. Age 9.
Olds, Elizabeth. Age 11.
Olds, Ezra. Age 8.
Otstot, John. Age 10.
Oxer, Hannah. Age 9.
Oxer, Susan. Age 11.
Prycon, James. Age 8.
Prycon, Susan. Age 6.
Reffs, Robert. Age 6.
Shertzer, John. Age 8.
Shultz, Isaac. Age 9.
Shultz, Samuel. Age 7.
Smith, Christian. Age 8.
Smith, Henrietta. Age 9.
Smith, Mary. Age 6.
Smith, Mathias. Age 9.
Snyder, Joseph. Age 8.
Snyder, Samuel. Age 9.
Stauffer, Adam. Age 9.
Stauffer, Mary. Age 11.
Stevenson, Adam. Age 9.
Stevenson, William. Age 6.
Stigleman, Mary. Age 7.
Stoner, Jacob. Age 6.
Ulrich, Elizabeth. Age 7.
White, John. Age 8.
Williams, Mary Ann. Age 10.
Wills, James. Age 8.
Wilson, Claradia. Age 7.
Wilson, David. Age 8.
Wilson, Robert. Age 9.
Yerletz, Fanny. Age 8.
Yerletz, Matty. Age 6.
Young, Mary. 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 1824 #446
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
Adam, Frederick
Adams, James
Adams, [Thomas] T.G.
Albright, Henry
Amstead, Barbara
Anderson, Allen
Atkinson, Robert
Baker, Maryan
Barr, Joseph
Beitz, Jacob
Bennet, Abraham
Black, James
Bortle, Martin
Bowen, Samuel
Bowman, Benjamin
Boyd, James
Boyd, Samuel
Boyle, George
Briceland, James
Briceland, Mary
Brown, Ann
Brown, Benjamin
Brown, Benjamin Jr.
Brown, David
Brown, John
Brown, Mary Ann
Brown, William
Brown, [Elizabeth]
Carman, Hannah
Carman, Henry
Carrol, Jane
Chambers, Betsey
Chambers, Jane
Chambers, Joseph
Charles, Jacob
Conn, Henry
Conrod, John
Copeland, David
Corman, Henry
Dale, Samuel
Davis, Henry
Deffenderfer, George
Dick, Margret
Dolot, Mary
Downey, James
Duncan, Melvy
Duncan, Nelly
Eager, Thomas
Ebeman, Mathias
Eberman, Mathias
Eshelman, Christian
Faust, Michael
Faust, Polly
Findlay, Sarah
Findly, Sarah
Fink, Philip
Forney, Kitty
Forney, Peter
Forney, Robert
Fox, Fanny
Fryberger, Jacob
Furniss, Gardner
Gray, Peggy
Green, Charles
Gump, Barbara
Guthrie, William
Guy, John
Hains, Daniel
Hains, Jeremiah B.
Harner, Moses
Haughey, D
Haughey, Dominick
Heckrote, Henry
Heckrotte, Henry
Heinzelman, John J.
Heister, William
Henselman, John J.
Herbert, Peter
Herr, John
Hilsher, Jacob
Hoffer, Joseph
Holl, Daniel
Holl, Peter
Hopkins, Juliana
Hutton, Isaac
Hutton, William
Jeffries, Joseph
Johnson, Robert
Johnston, Robert
Jones, Betty
Kauffman, John
Kelly, Edward
Kirk, Daniel
Kirk, WIlliam
Kuntz, Elizabeth
Kuntz, Michael
Lachem, Nathaniel
Lechler, WiIlliam
Lee, George
Leek, Margaret
Leek, Margret
Lemon, Alexander
Lemon, Christian
Leonard, Henry M.
Lewis, John
Lick, Margaret
Lightner, Nathaniel
Linn, William
Lloyd, Thomas
Luther, John Dr.
Macks, Nicholas
Marke, N.
Markly, John
Martin, Peter
Mathiot, Joseph J.
McBryal, John
McBryal, Susan
McCall, George
McCall, Sophia
McCally, George
McClune, George
McClure, Barbara
McDonald, Ann
McDonough, Peter
McGlachlen, Bernard
McGlachlin, Bernard
McGuiness, Juliana
McKellegan, John
McKinney, Eave
McKittrick, John
Mendenhall, James
Miller, Benjamin
Minnick, John
Newcomer, Mary
O Donald, Dominick
O Donald, Roger
ODonnald, Dominick
ODonnald, Roger
Peters, Abraham
Pile, John
Platt, James
Pleston, Stephen
Poke, Robert
Price, John
Puhly, Charles
Pyle, John
Queen, Patrick
Reese, William
Reily, Lydia
Reitzel, John
Ringwalt, Isaac
Robertson, Job
Rohrer, Abraham
Russel, Elijah
Russel, William
Ruth, Abraham
Ruth, Fanny
Schminky, John
Shafer, Martin
Shaum, Philip
Sheaffer, Daniel
Shirk, Jacob
Shorter, Robert
Smeltz, Catherine
Smith, Louis
Snodgrass, William
Snyder, John
Spear, Robert
Steele, William
Stewart, Christopher
Stoner, Sarah
Sweeney, James
Sweeny, James
Swords, Nancy
Thompson, John
Trout, David
Trout, Isaac
Vanhorn, Robert
Wade, Joseph
Wan, Daniel
Weaver, Henry
Weldie, Christian
Wengert, Jacob
Whebster, Joseph
White, Kitty
White, WIlliam
Wilhelm, Kitty
Wilson, John
Wimble, Joseph
Wise, Catherine
Wisten, Barbara
Wither, Isaac
Withers, George
Witmer, Christian
Witmer, Henry
Witmer, John
Wood, Higham
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Lancaster
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 #446
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
005
Box Number
005
Notes
Never entered into Q & A.
Additional Notes
Courthouse.
Payment to witnesses, justices and court clerks.
Bowman, Benjamin Esq. Justice. Comm. v. Shirk, Jacob; fornication and bastardy. Herbet, Peter; assault & battery with intent to kill.
Commonwealth v. McGuiness, Juliana. Alias Hopkins, Juliana; larceny. Witnesses: Heckrote, Henry. Kauffman, John. Carrol, Jane.
Reitzel, John Esq. Justice. Commonwealth v. Reily Lydia;
larceny. Commonwealth v. Corman, Henry; surety of the peace; complaint of McDonald, Ann. Commonwealth v. Corman, Henry; surety of the peace; complaint of Amstead, Barbara. Commonwealth v. Adams, [Thomas] T.G.; forgery. Commonwealth v. Robertson, Job; assault and battery. Comm. v. Macks, Nicholas; assault and battery. Comm. v. Marke, N. ; surety of the peace. Lemon, Alexander; larceny. Vanhorn, Robert; fornication and bastardy.
Commonwealth v. McCally, George; larceny. Witnesses: Jeffries, Joseph. Anderson, Allen. Lee, George. Bennet, Abraham. Queen, Patrick. Jones, Betty. Shorter, Robert. Sweeny, James.
Leonard, Henry M.
Brown, David Esq. payment to Lloyd, Thomas, clerk. Comm. v. Findlay, Sarah. Comm. v. Thompson, John; larceny on complaint of Hoffer, Joseph. Comm. v. Thompson, John; larceny on complaint of Guy, John. Comm. v. Johnston, Robert; assault and battery on complaint of Haughey, D. Comm. v.ODonnald, Roger and ODonnald, Dominick; house of ill fame on complaint of Haughey, D. Comm. v. Haughey, Dominick; assault and battery. Comm. v. Leek, Margaret, Johnson, Robert; keeping a disorderly house. Comm. v. Davis, Henry. Comm. v. Johnson, Robert, African Amerrican; assault and battery.
Comm. v. Johnson, Robert; assault and battery on complaint of Haughey, Dominick. Witnesses: Haughey, Dominick. Dolot, Mary. Linn, William. Sweeney, James. McGlachlin, Bernard. Pleston, Stephen.
Comm. v. Wimble, Joseph; larceny. Witnesse: Heckrotte, Henry. Wade, Joseph.
Comm. v. Pyle, John; assault and battery. Witnesses: Brown, Benjamin. Brown, [Elizabeth]. Brown, Benjamin Jr. Snodgrass, William. Brown, Ann. Furniss, Gardner. Whebster, Joseph. Hutton, Isaac. Hutton, William. Hains, Jeremiah B.
Comm. v. McBryal, Susan; larceny. Witnesses: Gump, Barbara. Kuntz, Elizabeth. Kuntz, Michael. Forney, Kitty. Forney, Peter. Wisten, Barbara. Carman, Hannah. Carman, Henry. Hilsher, Jacob. Wood, Higham. McDonough, Peter. Lemon, Christian. Faust, Michael. Faust, Polly. Chambers, Jane. Gray, Peggy. Chambers, Betsey. Wilhelm, Kitty. Chambers, Joseph. Smeltz, Catherine. Atkinson, Robert. Forney, Robert, coachmaker.
Comm. v. Wan, Daniel; assault and battery. Witnesses: Withers, George. Reese, William. Steele, William. McClune, George. Russel, William.
Comm. v. Pile, John; assault and battery. Boyd, Samuel Esq. Justice.
Comm. v. Kirk, WIlliam; counterfeiting. Martin, Peter; Witness.
Comm. v. McClure, Barbara; malicious mischief. Heinzelman, John J. [also spelled Henselman].
Spear, Robert, Justice in the following cases: Comm. v. McCall, George; fornication and lewdness. Comm. v. McCall, George; assault and battery. omm. v. McCall, George; larceny. Comm. v. Baker, Maryan; fornication and lewdness.
Comm. v. McKittrick, John; fornication. Witness: Wengert, Jacob. Signed over to Mathiot, Joseph J.
Comm. v. Brown, John; larceny. Witnesses: Trout, David. Trout, Isaac. Copeland, David. Guthrie, William. Steele, William. Ringwalt, Isaac.
Comm. v. Green, Charles; McCall, Shopia; larceny. Rohrer, Abraham. Witness.
Comm. v. Wise, Catherine; arson. Shaum, Philip. Witness.
Comm. v. Brown, John; larceny. Eberman, Mathias. Witness.
Comm. v. Sheaffer, Daniel. Conn, Henry. Constable.
Lightner, Nathaniel. Comm. v. Brown, William; larceny. Comm. v. Boyle, George; assault and battery. McBryal, John; larceny. McCall, Goerge; surety of the peace. Wise, Catherine; arson.
Comm. v. Beitz, Jacob; assault and battery. Minnick, John. Witness.
Comm. v. Duncan, Nelly. African American. Payment to four unnamed witnesses.
Comm. v. Herbert, Peter; assault and battery wit intent to murder. Fink, Philip signed document.
Comm. v. Harner, Moses. Witnesses: Holl, Daniel. Eager, Thomas. Holl, Peter.
Comm. v. Poke, Robert; assault and battery. Witnesses: Dick, Margret. McKinney, Eave. Fox, Fanny.
Comm. v. Brown, John. Lechler, WiIlliam. Deputy sheriff.
Comm. v. Davis, Henry; manslaughter. Albright, Henry served subpeona.
Boyd, James; Constable. Comm. v. Davis, Henry; manslaughter. Comm. v. Thompson, John; larceny. Comm. v. Thompson, John; larceny. O Donald, Roger, O Donald, Dominick; nuisance and disorderly house.
Wimble, Joseph; larceny. Witnesses: Russel, Elijah. Brown, Mary Ann.
Comm. v. Johnson, Robert. Lick, Margaret; disorderly house. Witnesses: Haughey, Dominick. McGlachlen, Bernard.
Comm. v. Wise, Catherine; arson. Witness: Weaver, Henry.
Comm. v. Downey, James; larceny. Black, James; Justice.
Comm. v. Wise, Catherine; arson. Witness: Bortle, Martin.
Payment to Dale, Samuel, Alderman, wor work on the following cases:
Comm. v. Conrod, John. Assault and battery.
Comm. v. Weldie, Christian. Manslaughter.
Comm. v. Charles, Jacob. Manslaughter.
Comm. v. Hains, Daniel. Assault and battery.
Comm. v. Stewart, Christopher. Assault and battery.
Comm. v. Bowen, Samuel. Larceny
Comm. v. Wilson, John. Murder.
Comm. v. Price, John et al. Larceny.
Comm. v. Kelly, Edward. Assault and battery. Swords, Nancy. Witness.
Comm. v. Johnson, Robert. Assault and battery. Witnesses: Witmer, Christian. Kirk, Daniel. Witmer, Henry. Witmer, John.
Comm. v. McCally, George. Larceny. Spear, Robert. Justice.
Comm. v. McKittrick, John. Fornication. Witnesses: Eshelman, Christian. White, WIlliam. White, Kitty. Stoner, Sarah. Lachem, Nathaniel. Mendenhall, James.
Comm. v. Adams, James. Assault and battery. Witnesses: Schminky, John. Briceland, James. Briceland, Mary. Newcomer, Mary. Peters, Abraham.
Comm. v. Wise, Catherine. Arson. Witness: Ebeman, Mathias.
Comm. v. Duncan, Melvy. Assault and battery with intent to kill. Witnesses: Ruth, Abraham. Ruth, Fanny. Adam, Frederick. Fryberger, Jacob.
Comm. v. Smith, Louis. Assault and battery. Witnesses: Barr, Joseph. Markly, John Esq. Reese, William. Withers, George.
Comm. v. Smith, Louis. Surety of the peace. Withers, George.
Comm. v. Lewis, John. Charge brought by Wither, Isaac. Witness: Platt, James. Comm. v. Lewis, John. Charge brought by Puhly, Charles. Witness: Platt, James.
Boyd, James. Constable in the following cases: Comm. v. Findly, Sarah. Keeping a disorderly house. Comm. v. Johnston, Robert. African American. Assault and battery. Comm. v. Johnston, Robert and Leek, Margret. Keeping a disorderly house. Comm. v. Johnston, Robert, assault and battery.
Comm. v. McKellegan, John. Manslaughter. Witnesses: Shafer, Martin. Miller, Benjamin. Deffenderfer, George. Snyder, John. Luther, John Dr. Heister, William Esq.
Comm. v. Brown, John. Larceny. Witness: Herr, John.
1 item. 49 pieces.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
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Collection
Liquor License Papers
Object ID
Tav 1858 F14 I07
Description Level
Item
Collection
Liquor License Papers
System of Arrangement
Arranged by municipalities by year.
Year
1858
People
Getz, Henry
Sener, Jacob
Kauffman, John
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
East Hempfield Twp.
Place
East Hempfield Twp.
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Object ID
Tav 1858 F14 I07
Classification
RG 02-00 0602
Location
Archives
Container
024
Box Number
024
Additional Notes
Known as the Drovers and Farmers Inn.
Bond: Jacob Sener, John Kauffman.
Receipt.
Signers of petition: Benjamin Bower, Jacob Baer, Joseph B. Mumma, John Yohn, Isaac Evans, Samuel Frantz, John G. Bower, Peter Demmy, Jacob Sener, Andrew Brubaker, [ ] Rutt, J. Ream.
3 items, 3 pieces
Access Conditions / Restrictions
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Collection
Administrators Accounts
Object ID
AdAcct 1826 F003 K
Description Level
Item
Collection
Administrators Accounts
System of Arrangement
Arranged alphabetically by year.
Year
1826
People
Kauffman, John Jr.
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Place
Donegal Twp.
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Object ID
AdAcct 1826 F003 K
Classification
RG 04-00 0150
Location
Archives
Container
201
Box Number
201
Additional Notes
Occupation: farmer.
Schenck, John S. Administrator.
1 item, 1 piece
Access Conditions / Restrictions
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Collection
Mayor's Court
Object ID
APR 1843 F024 MC
Description Level
Item
Collection
Mayor's Court
Admin/Biographical History
The Mayor's Court was established at the incorporation of the City of Lancaster in 1818, and was composed of the mayor, recorder, and aldermen with powers and jurisdiction analogous to the Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Jail Delivery. It was abolished on 6 February 1849.
System of Arrangement
Organized by court term.
Arranged with general materials first, then constables reports, tavern licenses, un-numbered cases, and numbered cases.
Year
1843
People
Kauffman, John
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Object ID
APR 1843 F024 MC
Classification
RG 99-00 [0101]
Location
Archives
Container
017
Box Number
017
Additional Notes
Petition for tavern license
1 item, 1 piece
Access Conditions / Restrictions
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Mayor's Court
Object ID
APR 1844 F015 MC
Description Level
Item
Collection
Mayor's Court
Admin/Biographical History
The Mayor's Court was established at the incorporation of the City of Lancaster in 1818, and was composed of the mayor, recorder, and aldermen with powers and jurisdiction analogous to the Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Jail Delivery. It was abolished on 6 February 1849.
System of Arrangement
Organized by court term.
Arranged with general materials first, then constables reports, tavern licenses, un-numbered cases, and numbered cases.
Year
1844
People
Kauffman, John
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Object ID
APR 1844 F015 MC
Classification
RG 99-00 [0101]
Location
Archives
Container
018
Box Number
018
Additional Notes
Petition for tavern license
1 item, 1 piece
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at Reference Desk; photocopy made by staff member.
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Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1823 #375
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
Anderson, Hugh
Andrews, Joseph
Ankrim, James
Barton, John
Bausman, John
Beam, Curtis
Becker, Lewis
Bier, Peter
Bomberger, John
Bower, Samuel
Boyd, Joseph
Breneisen, John
Breneman, Martin
Brisben, Henry
Brown, David Jr.
Brown, Jeremiah Jr.
Bucher, Benedict
Buckwalter, Benjamin
Bush, John
Carpenter, Christian
Chamberlain, Joshua
Childs, William
Christ, John
Clemson, James
Coble, David
Cooper, Israel
Cope, David
Corpman, Christian
Cover, Joel
Cross, Peter
Culbert, John
Culp, David
Daniel, William
Derrick, Richard
Dickey, Thomas
Eagle, John
Eberman, Joseph
Eberman, William
Ellmaker, Isaac
Erb, Daniel
Eshleman, Benjamin
Fentmyer, Samuel
Ferguson, Samuel
Fierstine, George
Foltz, Adam
Fordney, Jacob
Forney, Peter
Forney, Philip
Franciscus, Christopher
Frey, Martin Jr.
Frymyer, Henry
Gerber, Charles
Gerber, John
Gibbons, Samuel
Glatz, William
Gormley, John
Graeff, Matthew
Graft, Henry
Graham, Nathan
Grebile, Christian
Greider, Christian
Grider, Jacob
Griffith, Thomas
Grosh, Daniel
Grove, Abraham
Grube, George
Habecker, Christian Sr.
Haines, Timothy
Hamaker, Daniel
Hantsh, John
Harlacker, Charles
Herr, Adam
Herr, Christian
Herr, David, Jr.
Herr, Samuel
Hershey, Andrew
Hoffman, John
Hood, Thomas
Hook, Anthony
Huber, Abraham Jr.
Huber, Isaac
Huber, Jacob
Hurst, David
Jackson, Joel
Kauffman, John
Keller, John
Kemper, Adam
Kindig, Adam
Kinzer, Henry
Kissel, Frederick
Klein, Peter
Kurtz, Conrad
Kurtz, Ludwig
Landis, John
Leman, Robert
Lentner, John
Leonard, George
Leonard, John
Lewis, William
Lichtenthalar, Adolph
Light, John
Lightner, Joel
Lightner, John
Lindeman, Jacob
Lohn, Stephen
Long, Abraham
Long, Herman
Manderbach, Martin Jr.
Martin, Abraham
Martin, Christian
Martin, Jacob
McCullough, William
McGlenn, Anthony
McLaughlin, James
McLenegan, Archibald
Meilin, Christian
Menold, Andrew
Messenkop, George
Messersmith, George
Meyer, Solomon
Miller, John
Miller, Martin
Miller, Samuel
Montieth, John
Morrison, Samuel
Mosher, Jeremiah Jr.
Musser, William
Neff, Martin
Ness, Joseph
Niel, Thomas
Patterson, Samuel
Peck, Christian
Rankin, James
Reinhart, David
Reynolds, Morris
Riemensnyder, Samuel
Rippley, Jacob
Ross, Robert M.
Ruth, George
Ruth, Jacob
Shaffner, George
Sheffer, Adam
Sheffer, Christian
Shirtz, Christian
Shirtz, Jacob
Shroy, Samuel
Smith, Edward
Sneder, Isaac
Snevely, Henry
Stauffer, Jacob
Steman, Christian
Steman, Tobias
Stouffer, John
Sturgis, Samuel
Swartzwalter, Philip
Sweigart, John
Sweigart, Samuel
Trout, Isaac
Urich, Joseph
Varley, Abraham
Walter, Baltzer
Waltz, Valentine
Watson, John
Wenger, Abraham
Wenger, Joseph
Witmer, David
Witmer, Jacob
Worrell, Benjamin
Wright, James
Yordy, Peter
Youndt, Andrew
Youndt, George
Zublin, Abram
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Lancaster
Courthouses
Jurors
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 1823 #375
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
004
Box Number
004
Notes
Entered into Q&A Sep 2, 2003.
Additional Notes
Courthouse.
Jurors' pay. November 1823. Common Pleas and District Court.
Anderson, Hugh.
Andrews, Joseph.
Ankrim, James.
Barton, John.
Bausman, John.
Beam, Curtis Esq.
Becker, Lewis.
Bier, Peter.
Bomberger, John.
Bower, Samuel.
Boyd, Joseph.
Breneisen, John.
Breneman, Martin.
Brisben, Henry.
Brown, David Jr.
Brown, Jeremiah Jr.
Bucher, Benedict.
Buckwalter, Benjamin.
Bush, John.
Carpenter, Christian.
Chamberlain, Joshua.
Childs, William Esq.
Christ, John.
Clemson, James Esq.
Coble, David.
Cooper, Israel.
Cope, David.
Corpman, Christian.
Cover, Joel.
Cross, Peter.
Culbert, John.
Culp, David.
Daniel, William.
Derrick, Richard.
Dickey, Thomas.
Eagle, John.
Eberman, Joseph.
Eberman, William.
Ellmaker, Isaac.
Erb, Daniel.
Eshleman, Benjamin.
Fentmyer, Samuel.
Ferguson, Samuel.
Fierstine, George.
Foltz, Adam.
Fordney, Jacob.
Forney, Peter.
Forney, Philip.
Franciscus, Christopher.
Frey, Martin Jr.
Frymyer, Henry.
Gerber, Charles.
Gerber, John.
Gibbons, Samuel.
Glatz, William.
Gormley, John Esq.
Graeff, Matthew.
Graft, Henry.
Graham, Nathan.
Grebile, Christian.
Greider, Christian.
Grider, Jacob.
Griffith, Thomas.
Grosh, Daniel.
Grove, Abraham.
Grube, George.
Habecker, Christian Sr.
Haines, Timothy.
Hamaker, Daniel.
Hantsh, John.
Harlacker, Charles.
Herr, Adam.
Herr, Christian.
Herr, Christian. (Bluerock.)
Herr, David, Jr.
Herr, Samuel.
Hershey, Andrew.
Hoffman, John.
Hood, Thomas.
Hook, Anthony.
Huber, Isaac.
Huber, Abraham Jr.
Huber, Jacob.
Hurst, David.
Jackson, Joel.
Kauffman, John.
Keller, John.
Kemper, Adam.
Kindig, Adam.
Kinzer, Henry.
Kissel, Frederick.
Klein, Peter.
Kurtz, Conrad.
Kurtz, Ludwig.
Landis, John.
Leman, Robert.
Lentner, John.
Leonard, George.
Leonard, John.
Lewis, William.
Lichtenthalar, Adolph.
Light, John Esq.
Lightner, Joel Esq.
Lightner, John Esq.
Lindeman, Jacob.
Lohn, Stephen.
Long, Abraham.
Long, Herman.
Manderbach, Martin Jr.
Martin, Abraham.
Martin, Christian.
Martin, Jacob.
McCullough, William.
McGlenn, Anthony.
McLaughlin, James.
McLenegan, Archibald.
Meilin, Christian.
Menold, Andrew.
Messenkop, George.
Messersmith, George.
Meyer, Solomon.
Miller, John.
Miller, Martin.
Miller, Samuel.
Montieth, John.
Morrison, Samuel.
Mosher, Jeremiah Jr.
Musser, William.
Neff, Martin.
Ness, Joseph.
Niel, Thomas.
Patterson, Samuel.
Peck, Christian.
Rankin, James.
Reinhart, David.
Reynolds, Morris.
Riemensnyder, Samuel.
Rippley, Jacob.
Ross, Robert M.
Ruth, George.
Ruth, Jacob.
Shaffner, George.
Sheffer, Adam.
Sheffer, Christian.
Shirtz, Christian.
Shirtz, Jacob.
Shroy, Samuel.
Smith, Edward Esq.
Sneder, Isaac.
Snevely, Henry.
Stauffer, Jacob.
Steman, Christian.
Steman, Tobias.
Stouffer, John.
Sturgis, Samuel.
Swartzwalter, Philip.
Sweigart, John.
Sweigart, Samuel.
Trout, Isaac.
Urich, Joseph.
Varley, Abraham.
Walter, Baltzer.
Waltz, Valentine.
Watson, John, Dr.
Wenger, Abraham.
Wenger, Joseph.
Witmer, David.
Witmer, Jacob.
Worrell, Benjamin.
Wright, James Esq.
Yordy, Peter.
Youndt, Andrew.
Youndt, George.
Zublin, Abram.
1 item. 27 pieces.
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Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1823 #402
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
Martin, George
Bucher, Jacob
Reigel, Martin
Forney, Abraham
Heiss, Solomon
Jefferis, Joseph
Carpenter, Anthony
Lowber, Francis
Bletz, John
Ewing, Samuel
Getz, Daniel
Prout, Paul
Onehill, Abraham
Kauffman, John
Dunakel, George
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Lancaster
Courthouses
Jurors
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 1823 #402
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
004
Box Number
004
Notes
Never entered into Q&A.
Additional Notes
Courthouse
Payment to jurors. Disrtict Court. September term, 1823.
Martin, George.
Bucher, Jacob.
Reigel, Martin.
Forney, Abraham.
Heiss, Solomon.
Jefferis, Joseph.
Carpenter, Anthony.
Lowber, Francis.
Bletz, John.
Ewing, Samuel.
Getz, Daniel.
Prout, Paul.
Onehill, Abraham.
Kauffman, John.
Dunakel, George.
1 item. 1 piece.
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