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Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1822 #091
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
Adams, WIlliam
Baird, John
Baker, John
Baney, John
Banks, David
Barney, John
Bender, Jacob
Birkenheiser, Mary
Blottenberger, Peter
Bowers, Elizabeth
Boyle, Hetty
Boyle, John
Brenneman, George
Bullman, James
Burkholder, C.
Butler, Henry
Butler, Mary
Campbell, J.
Carter, Charles
Carter, Theodore
Clemson, A.
Cochran, Isaac
Cochran, Joseph
Conner, John
Cozey, Jane
Daugherty, William
Derrick, Mary
Dietes, Jacob
Dietz, Jacob
Dillam, Orange
Ebers, Esther
Ellingen, David
Ellingen, Hannah
Elves, Samuel
Fenton, D.
Finfrock, Jacob
Franten, Samuel
Fritz, John
Fulton, James
Gelbaugh, Jacob
Glassgo, Abraham
Griffith, Stephen
Hackman, Frederick
Hain, James
Hamilton, Willliam
Hastings, George
Haws, Eve
Herbst, Jacob
Hildebrand, John
Hopper, William
Jones, Eliza
Kauffman, Isaac
Kaufman, Abraham
Kaufman, Isaac
Kelly, John
Kurtz, Michael
Laferty, Louisa
Lang, Samuel
Lidey, John
Lindemuth, Jacob
Lockart, Joseph
Lyle, Hugh
Maaltz, Abraham
Manly, William
Marks, Nicholas
McCarty, David
McCawlay, Lucy
McGrann, Patrick
McManamy, John
Meason, Isaac
Mesercugh, Joseph
Meyers, John
Meyers, Samuel
Milford, Peter
Miller, George
Mooney, William
Moore,Thomas
Moyers, John
Murphy, Elizabeth
Nauman, Catherine
Neal, David
Nepe, Henry
Nife, H.
Pearson, John
Phillips, John
Phipps, Mary
Phipps, Samuel
Pile, George
Ralston, P.
Reinhart, Michael
Richardson, I.B.
Roach, W.
Rogers, Alexander
Ronsee, I.L.
Rowland, Samuel
Royers, Alexander
Shidle, William
Smith, Jacob
Smith, James
Smuller, J. W.
Snavely, D.
Snodgrass, James
Steit, Elizabeth
Stewart, Charles
Stewart, George
Sweeny, George
Tarbel, Samuel
Thomas, Lewis
Tunisen, Francis
Wallace, Hugh
Weiss, George
Williams, Charles
Willis, John
[Benner], John
[Machal], John
[Meheffy], Henry
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Courthouses
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1822 #091
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
002
Box Number
002
Notes
Never entered into Q&A.
Additional Notes
Payment of attorney fees.
Jenkins, William. Prosecuting attorney.
[In ther document all of the following names follow "Commonwealth vs"]
Nauman, Catherine.
Marks, Nicholas.
Neal, David.
Smith, James.
Stewart, George.
Bullman, James.
Green & Swan.
Miller, George.
Nepe, Henry.
Elves, Samuel.
Kurtz, Michael.
Carter, Theodore.
Brenneman, George.
Weiss, George.
Baker, John.
Fritz, John.
Conner, John.
Hamilton, Willliam.
Reinhart, Michael.
Murphy, Elizabeth.
Glassgo, Abraham.
Banks, David.
Adams, WIlliam.
Stewart, Charles.
Rogers, Alexander.
Phipps, John.
Dietes, Jacob.
Lockart, Joseph.
Gelbaugh, Jacob.
Meyers, John.
Kaufman, Isaac.
Richardson, I.B.
Hildebrand, John.
Blottenberger, Peter.
Moyers, John.
Mooney, William.
Milford, Peter.
Carter, Charles.
Bowers, Elizabeth.
Cochran, Isaac.
Kauffman, Isaac.
Dillam, Orange.
Shidle, William.
Dietz, Jacob.
Lyle, Hugh.
Pearson, John.
Royers, Alexander.
Meason, Isaac.
Cochran, Joseph.
Phillips, John.
[Benner], John.
Smith, Jacob.
Pile, George.
Bender, Jacob.
Manly, William.
Steit, Elizabeth.
Laferty, Louisa.
Franten, Samuel.
Hain, James.
Lidey, John.
McCarty, David.
Barney, John.
Kelly, John.
Snodgrass, James.
Ronsee, I.L.
Fenton, D.
Nife, H.
Campbell, J.
Ralston, P.
Herbst, Jacob.
[Meheffy], Henry.
Fulton, James.
Sweeny, George.
Clemson, A.
Mesercugh, Joseph.
Meyers, Samuel.
Birkenheiser, Mary.
Tarbel, Samuel.
McGrann, Patrick.
Griffith, Stephen.
Willis, John.
Butler, Mary.
Butler, Henry.
Maaltz, Abraham.
Williams, Charles.
Snavely, D.
Roach, W.
Kaufman, Abraham.
McManamy, John.
Lang, Samuel.
Baird, John.
Jones, Eliza.
Derrick, Mary.
Wallace, Hugh.
Smuller, J. W.
Hopper, William.
Rowland, Samuel.
Baney, John.
Hastings, George.
Daugherty, William.
Hackman, Frederick.
Finfrock, Jacob.
Lindemuth, Jacob.
[Machal], John.
Ebers, Esther.
Phipps, Mary.
Phipps, Samuel.
Moore,Thomas.
Burkholder, C.
Boyle, John.
Boyle, Hetty.
Haws, Eve.
Thomas, Lewis.
Cozey, Jane.
McCawlay, Lucy.
Ellingen, Hannah.
Ellingen, David.
Tunisen, Francis.
1 item, 1 piece
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
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Collection
Liquor License Papers
Object ID
Tav 1827 F14 I01
Description Level
Item
Collection
Liquor License Papers
System of Arrangement
Arranged by municipalities by year.
Year
1827
People
Fry, George
Kaufman, Abraham
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Place
Turkey Hill, Manor Twp.
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Excellent
Object ID
Tav 1827 F14 I01
Classification
RG 02-00 0602
Location
Archives
Container
007
Box Number
007
Additional Notes
Formerly occupied by Abraham Kaufman.
Petition granted.
April term.
Signers of Petition: Joseph Mosher, Benjamin Green, Lewis Urban, Abraham Bitner, John Lichty, Christian Shuman, Daniel Roberts, Noah Shaub, Jeremiah Mosher, Nathaniel Latchem, Richard Robinson, John Warfell, Jacob Frey, Abraham Kauffman, Joseph [Mammez].
1 Item, 1 Piece
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at Reference Desk; photocopy made by staff member.
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Collection
Herr, Neff and Kauffman Family (Manor Twp.) Papers
Object ID
MG0700
Date Range
1791-1956
  1 document  
Description Level
Fonds
Collection
Herr, Neff and Kauffman Family (Manor Twp.) Papers
Description
This collection contains mostly deeds and releases for property in Manor Township between the Herr, Kauffman, and Neff families. The dates for the deeds and releases are 1791-1792, 1804-1808, and 1841-1865. It seems that there are three main properties that all of the documents are mentioning within Manor Township. There are also nine bonds between Tobias H. Herr and Henry Herr Sr. that were all made in 1864. There are two Cyrus Neff's mentioned in this collection, Cyrus Neff and Cyrus L. Neff. One of the documents is Cyrus Neff's Certificate of Election for the Lancaster County Auditor in 1887. The documents pertaining to Cyrus L. Neff are his policy with the Pennsylvania Threshermen & Farmers' Mutual Casualty Insurance Company in the early 1920's. Towards the end of the collection there are two newspapers from 1929 and 1947, pertaining to the Herr family farm and house as well as what seems to be instructions on how to make animal feed.
Admin/Biographical History
John Herr came to Pennsylvania in 1710 with four of his five sons. His oldest son, Abraham Herr came with his father in 1710, and was the only one to settle west of the Conestoga River in Manor Township.
Francis Neff came to America from Switzerland in the early 1700's. One of his sons, Henry Neff, was the first to live in Manor Township. One of Henry Neff's four sons, Henry Neff Jr., was the only child that stayed at the homestead in Manor Township. He and his wife, Susannah Neff, had a son named Benjamin Neff who, in turn, married Anna Hostetter, daughter of Ulrich Hostetter and had two sons, Cyrus and Benjamin H. Neff. Cyrus Neff attended common schools till he was 18 years old then farmed for 11 years, after which he taught in schools for three terms. He was very active in the school board for six years and then was elected as Lancaster County Auditor in 1887. He married Kate Lehman, a daughter of Reverend Benjamin Lehman, of Manor Township, and together they had eight children. Cyrus died in 1890 at the age of thirty-eight years.
The donor, Ethel Huber, is related to the Neff and the Herr families on her mother's side and may be a descendent of Abraham Herr, the brother of Christian Herr.
Custodial History
Processed and finding aid prepared by EB, Spring-Summer 2015. Added to database 25 January 2018.
Date Range
1791-1956
Year Range From
1791
Year Range To
1956
Date of Accumulation
1791-1956
Creator
Huber, Ethel M.
People
Barr, Ann Kauffman
Garber, Jacob B.
Herr, Abraham
Herr, Ann
Herr, Catharine
Herr, Harry
Herr, Henry, Sr.
Herr, Rudolph
Herr, Tobias H.
Hershey, Christian
Hershey, Magdalen
Hertzler, Abraham
Hertzler, Barbara
Hertzler, Mary
Hochstetter, Jacob
Huber, Ethel M.
Huston, Esther Kauffman
Kauffman, Edgar M.
Kauffman, John
Kaufman, Abraham
Kaufman, Ester
Kaufman, John
Kaufman, Rudolph
Miller, Abraham
Neff, Annie K.
Neff, Cyrus
Neff, Cyrus L.
Neff, Edward
Randler, Charles G.
Randler, M. Elizabeth
Strickler, Jacob
Sweeny, Elizabeth
Witmer, Abraham
Witmer, Barbara
Witmer, David
Witmer, Eli
Witmer, Jacob
Witmer, John
Witmer, Magdalena
Subjects
Bonds
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Deeds
Herr family
Insurance policies
Kauffman family
Manor (Lancaster County, Pa. : Township)
Neff family
Search Terms
Bonds
Certificates
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Newspaper clippings
Deeds
First-Columbia National Bank
Insurance policies
Letters
Manor Twp.
Pennsylvania Threshermen & Farmers' Mutual Casualty Insurance Company
Garden Spot Farm News
Manuscript groups
Finding aids
Extent
1 box, 17 folders, 40 items, 74 pages, .2 cubic feet
Object Name
Fonds
Language
English
Object ID
MG0700
Classification
MG0700
Location
LancasterHistory
Room
Archives South
Wall
Side 15
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Please use photocopy in Folder 11.
Copyright
Collection may not be photocopied. Please direct questions to Research Center Staff at research@lancasterhistory.org.
Permission for reproduction and/or publication must be obtained in writing from LancasterHistory.
Credit
Courtesy of LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Documents
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