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Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1820 #199A
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
1820
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Aaron, Benjamin
Aaron, Joseph
Anderson, Frank
Anderson, Maria
Austen, David
Baien, Lydia
Banks, David
Barber, Robert
Baytleman, Jacob
Beget, Julianna
Bell, Jacob
Bisco, John
Boien, Lydia
Boot, John
Boshard, Joseph
Bowers, Philip
Bowser, Peter
Bradly, Dennis
Brady, Dennis
Brown, Colwell
Butler, Henry
Cachren, Isaac
Carnes, Robert
Carns, Robert
Case, James
Chapman, Barbara
Copelin, Isaac
Coyle, Ann
David, William
Derr, Jacob
Doud, William
East, Abraham
Evans, Charles
Fear, John
Fultz, Mary
Gardner, William
Gray, John
Grove, Charlott
Harreson, John
Hickman, John
Hickman, Mary
Johnson, Peter
Keller, Thomas
Kelly, Charles
Knight, Robert
Lochridge, Robert
Lynch, Hannah
McCook, Elizabeth
McCoole, Elizabeth
McIntire
McMullen, James
McNeil, James
Michael, Samuel
Miller, John
Moore, John
Moore, Robert
Morres, Richard
Murphey, Thomas
Murrey, Alexander
Patten, William
Peters, Alse
Planter, Worthington
Price, Tilghman
Quigley, John
Reiser, Henry
Reynolds, Nathan
Robeson, Grace
Schank, James
Schreider, Lewis
Shneider, Frederick
Shower, Nichalous
Smith, Mathias
Stocksleger, Barbera
Strough, George
Tripear, Charles
Turner, Mary Ann
UpJohn, James
Wade, Samuel
Warfle, John
Way, John
Wever, George
Wiley, Addason
Williams, Charles
Willis, Henry
Wilson, Isaac
Wilson, James
Wilson, Mary
Wilson, Samuel
Worthington, Charles
Yarlett, Margaret
Yost, Benjamin
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Prisons
African-American
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 1820 #199A
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
001
Box Number
001
Notes
ntered into Q&A Mar 13, 2001.
Additional Notes
Jail fees and expenses from 1 July to 1 October 1820
Aaron, Benjamin. African-American.
Aaron, Joseph. African-American.
Anderson, Frank.
Anderson, Maria.
Aaron, Joseph.
Austen, David.
Baien, Lydia.
Banks, David. African-American.
Barber, Robert.
Baytleman, Jacob.
Beget, Julianna.
Bell, Jacob. African-American.
Bisco, John. African-American.
Boien, Lydia.
Boot, John.
Boshard, Joseph.
Bowers, Philip.
Bowers, Philip.
Bowser, Peter. African-American.
Bradly, Dennis.
Brady, Dennis.
Brown, Colwell.
Butler, Henry.
Cachren, Isaac.
Carnes, Robert.
Carns, Robert.
Case, James. African-American.
Chapman, Barbara.
Copelin, Isaac.
Coyle, Ann.
David, William.
Derr, Jacob.
Doud, William. African-American.
East, Abraham.
Evans, Charles.
Fear, John.
Fultz, Mary.
Gardner, William.
Gray, John. African-Ameican.
Grove, Charlott.
Harreson, John.
Hickman, John.
Hickman, Mary.
Johnson, Peter.
Keller, Thomas.
Kelly, Charles.
Knight, Robert.
Lochridge, Robert.
Lynch, Hannah.
McCook, Elizabeth.
McCoole, Elizabeth.
McIntire, Mrs.
McMullen, James.
McNeil, James.
Michael, Samuel.
Miller, John.
Moore, John.
Moore, Robert.
Morres, Richard.
Murphey, Thomas.
Murrey, Alexander.
Patten, William.
Peters, Alse. African-American.
Planter, Worthington. African-American.
Price, Tilghman.
Quigley, John.
Reiser, Henry.
Reynolds, Nathan
Robeson, Grace. African-American.
Schank, James.
Schreider, Lewis.
Shneider, Frederick.
Shower, Nichalous.
Smith, Mathias.
Stocksleger, Barbera.
Strough, George.
Tripear, Charles.
Turner, Mary Ann. African-American.
UpJohn, James.
Wade, Samuel.
Warfle, John.
Way, John.
Wever, George.
Wiley, Addason.
Williams, Charles.
Willis, Henry.
Wilson, Isaac. African-American.
Wilson, James.
Wilson, Mary. African-American.
Wilson, Samuel.
Wilson, Samuel. African-American.
Worthington, Charles. African-American.
Yarlett, Margaret.
Yost, Benjamin. African-American.
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 #412
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
Aaron, Joseph
Aaron, Kit
Ames, George
Anthony, Thom
Anthony, Will
App, William
Barter, George
Bartle, Elizabeth
Bartle, George
Barton, Elizabeth
Barton, Simon
Basley, John
Basley, William
Biddle, Benjamin
Billard, John
Black, Thomas
Blitt, Conrad
Boot, John
Bosly, Elizabeth
Bosly, William
Bower, Philip
Brown, Jacob
Bryson, Jesse
Buckram, Joseph
Butler, John
Butts, Matty
Caldwell, David
Carlan, Jane
Caslin, Charles
Clendenin, James
Connelly, Dennis
Crawford, John
Crole, Finley
Cunan, Mary
Davenport, Charles
Deits, Margaret
Delaware, Eliza
Dever, William
Dickaman, Joseph
Doyle, John
Drabach, John
East, Polly
Efvert, Fanny
Eichholtz, George
Erferett, Fanny
Fisher, Richard
Flanegan, Peter
Frosig, John
Galbreth, Daviod
Gardner, Thomas
Gensimer, Ge[orge]
Getz, Philip
Gillespie, William
Glascome, Abraham
Glascow, Abraham
Glasern, Abraham
Graham, Charles
Hall, William
Henning, Mary Ann
Hensel, George
Hickman, Sally
Holby, Elizabeth
Hoyt, Aaron H.
Huskins, William
Jackson, Codorus
Jackson, Nicholas
Jefferey, Mary
Johnson, Richard
Jones, Abraham
Jones, Cath[arine]
Jones, Christ[opher]
Jones, Isaac
Jones, Susan
Jordan, Isaac
Kane, Robert
Kaufman, Dr[inken]
Keller, Catharine
Kendig, Sally
Killian, Izabella
Lawrence, Jacob
Lee, Philip
Lice, Michael
Lightner, Nathaniel
Linton, Emanuel
Linton, Sarah
Lochraine, James
Loxer, Thomas
Magill, John
Marshall, John
Marshall, Nancy
Mauman, David
McAlister, William
McClosky, Ann
McCorkle, Eliza
McCormick, John
McDevit, John
McEwen, John
McFaddon, Robert
McFarland, George
McKittrick, Nancy
McLean, Benjamin
McMichael, James
Michael, James
Michaels, Lucy
Milford, John
Miller, Eliz
Miller, Elizabeth
Miller, Mary
Miller, Nancy
Moore, William
Moore,Thomas
Morgan, Sarah
Morris, George
Mosses, John
Moyer, Nancy
Muller, Pat
Murray, John
Myers, Maria
Neelen, James
Newhouse, Philip
Nixdorf, Henry
Noble, George
OConner, John
Patton, Thomas
Peerest, John
Poulman, Fred
Prince, John
Ralf, Christian
Ramsey, Philip
Rees, Henry
Roberson, William
Saul, Samuel
Selhert, George
Sharp, Thomas
Shirden, Henry
Slater, John
Smith, Charles
Smith, James T.
Smith, Mathias
Smith, Sally
Smith, Solomon
Smith, WIlliam
Sniderass, John
Speagler, Christian
Spencer, William
Star, Job
Stephens, Levin
Steward, Joseph
Stewart, George
Stoll, William
Stoner, Samuel
Stover, Samuel
Tally, Margaret
Thomas, Lewis
Thornton, Robert
Tobias, Samuel
Trippel, Catherine
Tripple, Cath
Tully, Margaret
Turner, David
Walker, Edward
Wallace, David
Wallace, James
Warder, William
Watson, Oliver
Watt, Jane
Watts, Jane
Webb, William
Weidle, John
Weir, Margaret
Weir, Robert
Willis, Nancy
Wilson, Isaac
Wise, Catharine
Wise, Jacob
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Lancaster
Courthouses
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Lancaster
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic tabard.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1827 #412
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
008
Box Number
008
Notes
Entered into Q & A Jun 14, 2001.
Additional Notes
Courthouse.
Payment for handling "vagrants, disorderly and suspicious persons, arrested, brought erxamined and disposed of from October 5, 1826 until July 20th 1827.
Lightner, Nathaniel. Mayor.
Persons named:
Buckram, Joseph.
Linton, Sarah.
Smiith, Charles.
Doyle, John.
Milford, John.
Caldwell, David.
Basley, William.
Basley, John.
Sniderass, John.
Wattm Jane.
Jackson, Codorus.
Stewart, George.
Speagler, Christian.
Dickaman, Joseph.
Hickman, Sally.
Delaware, Eliza.
McEwen, John.
Spencer, William.
Linton, Emanuel.
Moore, Thomas.
Gardner, Thomas.
Slater, John.
Bartle, George.
Wise, Jacob.
Wise, Catharine.
Aaron, Joseph.
Magill, John.
Smith, Mathias.
Crole, Finley.
Smith, Sally.
East, Polly.
Trippel, Catherine.
Neelen, James.
McCormick, John.
Rees, Henry.
Biddle, Benjamin.
Brown, Jacob.
sharp, Thomas.
Billard, John.
Jones, Christ[opher].
App, William.
Loxer, Thomas.
Caslin, Charles.
Thornton, Robert.
Fisher, Richard.
Jackson, Nicholas.
Smith, Charles.
Miller, Elizabeth.
Willis, Nancy.
Saul, Samuel.
Anthony, Thom.
Lawrence, Jacob.
Huskins, William.
Michaels, Lucy.
Gensimer, Ge[orge].
Michael, James.
McFaddon, Robert.
Crawford, John.
Deits, Margaret.
Myers, Maria.
Bower, Philip.
Peerest, John.
Warder, William.
Butts, Matty.
Holby, Elizabeth.
Bryson, Jesse.
Muller, Pat.
Walker, Edward.
Star, Job.
Miller, Eliza.
Noble, George.
Gillespie, William.
Morgan, Sarah.
Stover, Samuel.
Stoll, William.
Turner, David.
Wallace, David.
Hensel, George.
Erferett, Fanny.
McFarland, George.
Stoner, Samuel.
Kane, Robert.
Flanegan, Peter.
Glasern, Abraham.
Ramsey, Philip.
Jordan, Isaac.
Dever, William.
Watts, Jane.
Hall, William.
Galbreth, David.
Blitt, Conrad.
Smith, James T.
Boot, John.
Bosly, Elizabeth.
Cunan, Mary.
Weidle, John.
McAlister, William.
Anthony, Will.
Butler, John.
McMicxhael, James.
Connelly, Dennis.
Eichholtz, George.
Kendig, Sally.
McCorkle, Eliza.
Ames, George.
Killian, Izabella.
Newhouse, Philip.
Barton, Simon.
Barton, Elizabeth.
Aaron, Kit.
Mosses, John.
Wilson, Isaac.
Morris, George.
McClosky, Ann.
Murray, John.
Watt, Jane.
Shirden, Henry.
Lice, Michael.
Wallace, James.
Jones, Isaac.
Jones, Abraham.
Jones, Cath[arine].
Jones, Susan.
Patton, Thomas.
Bosly, William.
Kaufman, Dr[inken].
Getz, Philip.
Tobias, Samuel.
Smith, WIlliam.
Glascome, Abraham.
Weir, Robert.
Weir, Margaret.
Smith, Soloman.
Marshall, John.
Marshall, Nancy.
McLean, Benjamin.
Graham, Charles.
Thomas, Lewis.
Selhert, George.
Bartle, Elizabeth.
Frosig, John.
McDevit, John.
Efvert, Fanny.
Glascow, Abraham.
Keller, Catharine.
Jefferey, Mary.
Mauman, David.
Stephens, Levin.
Webb, William.
Steward, Joseph.
Lee, Philip.
Drabach, John.
Davenport, Charles.
Johnson, Richard.
Poulman, Fred.
Lochraine, James.
McKittrick, Nancy.
Hoyt, Aaron H.
Prince, John.
Henning, Mary Ann.
Ralf, Christian.
Carlan, Jane.
Roberson, William.
Tally, Margaret.
Miller, Mary.
Miller, Nancy.
Tully, Margaret.
Barter, Geroge.
Nixdorf, Henry.
Moore, William.
Watson, Oliver.
Black, Thomas.
Clendenin, James.
OConner, John.
Tripple, Cath.
Moyer, Nancy.
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 #623
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
Barch, Samuel
Binkley, Reuben
Bloyer, Elizabeth
Bortsfield, Adam
Bortsfield, George
Browand, Ephraim
Brown, Daniel
Brubaker, George
Brubaker, Samuel
Chamberlain, Joanna
Cheny, Charles
Cheny, Devison
Christ, John
Christ, Magdalene
Cornelius, Adam
Cornelius, Elizabeth
Coy, George
Dock, Elizabeth
Dock, Lydia
Eckman, Elizabeth
Geiss, Esther
Geiss, John
Griffin, William
Hake, Catharine
Hake, William
Hall, Catharine
Hall, Emanuel
Hall, Henry
Hertzler, Elizabeth
Hertzler, Mary
Hilsher, Jacob
Hilsher, Mary
Hinesm, Henry
Kauffman, Elizabeth
Kauffman, Esther
Kauffman, Leah
Kauffman, Martin
Kauffman, Mary
Kauffman, Tobias
Keinert, Elizabeth
Keinert, Sophia
Kitch, Samuel
Kover, John
Kover, Michael
Lowrence, Leah
Markly, Elizabeth
Markly, George
Markly, Magdalene
May, Benjamin
May, Susanna
McCollester, Leah
McCollester, Mary
McMichael, Abner
McMichael, Susanna
McMichael, William
Newcommer, Elizabeth
Ols, Elizabeth
Ols, Esra
Ottstat, John
Ottstat, Sophia
Oxer, Anna
Oxer, Hannah
Parker, Edward
Parker, William
Peifer, Anna Mary
Phillips, James
Phillips, Thomas
Princenses, Rebecca
Reess, Robert
Sherk, David
Shertzer, Benjamin
Shertzer, John
Shulz, Samuel
Smith, Mathias
Smith, Harriet
Smith, Mary
Snyder, Joseph
Snyder, Samuel
Stall, Jefferson
Stauffer, Mary
Steigelman, Magdalene
Steigelman, Mary
Stevesson, Catharine
Stevesson, William
Stewert, Ephraim
Stoner, Anna
Stoner, Jacob
Strawbrich, George
Strome, Christian
Stump, Jacob
Sweitzer, Elizabeth
Sweitzer, John
Underhill, Jacob
Wertz, John
White, John
White, Nicholas
Williams, Amos
Wilson, David
Yerletz, Catharine
Yerletz, Magdalene
Young, Mary
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Manor Twp.
Poor children
African-American
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Manor Twp.
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic tabard.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1827 #623
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
008
Box Number
008
Notes
Entered into Q & A 1994/10/12.
.
Additional Notes
List of poor children in Manor Twp.
Brubaker, George. Age 7.
Brubaker, Samuel. Age 9.
Brown, Daniel. Age 10.
Barch, Samuel. Age 10.
Binkley, Ruben. Age 11.
Bortsfield, Adam. Age 9.
Bortsfield, George. Age 11.
Browand, Ephraim. Age 8.
Bloyer, Elizabeth. Age 7.
Chamberlain, Joanna. Age 9.
Coy, George. Age 11.
Cemmons, Jonathan. Age 8.
Cheny, Charles. Age 8.
Cheny, Devison. Age 11.
Christ, John. Age 9.
Christ, Magdalene. Age 11.
Cornelius, Adam. African American. Age 10.
Cornelius, Elizabeth. African American. Age 8.
Dock, Elizabeth. Age 8.
Dock, Lydia. Age 10.
Eckman, Elizabeth. Age 9.
Griffin, William. Age 11.
Geiss, Esther. Age 11.
Geiss, John. Age 8.
Hall, Catharine. Age 8.
Hall, Emanuel. Age 9.
Hall, Henry. Age 11.
Hines, Henry. Age 10.
Hertzler, Elizabeth. Age 9. House and lot.
Hertzler, Mary. Age 6.
Hake, Catharine. Age 6.
Hake, William. Agge 9.
Hilsher, Jacob. Age 9.
Hilsher, Mary. Age 6.
Kover, John. Age 10.
Kover, Michael. Age 8.
Kauffman, Tobias. Age 8.
Keinert, Elizabeth. Age 10.
Keinert, Sophia. Age 8.
Kauffman, Esther. Age 9.
Kauffman, Elizabeth. Age 11.
Kauffman, Leah. Age 8.
Kauffman, Martin. Age 7.
Kauffman, Mary. Age 6.
Kitch, Samuel. Age 10.
Lowrence, Leah. Age 7.
McMichael, Abner. Age 6.
McMichael, Susanna. Age 11.
McMichael, William. Age 9.
Markly, Elizabeth. Age 8.
Markly, George. Age 10.
Markly, Magdalene. Age 11.
May, Benjamin. Age 8.
May, Susanna. Age 10.
McCollester, Leah. Age 6.
McCollester, Mary. Age 8.
Newcommer, Elizabeth. Age 9.
Ols, Elizabeth. Age 11.
Ols, Esra. Age 10.
Ottstat, John. Age 10.
Ottstat, Sophia. Age 7.
Oxer, Anna. Age 8.
Oxer, Hannah. Age 11.
Parker, Edward. Age 10.
Parker, William. Age 5.
Princenses, Rebecca. Age 10. African American.
Peifer, Anna Mary. Age 7.
Reess, Robert. Age 8.
Stall, Jefferson. Age 8.
Shulz, Samuel. Age 10.
Stevesson, Catharine. Age 10. African American.
Stevesson, William. Age 8. African American.
Stewert, Ephraim. Age 6. African American.
Snyder, Joseph. Age 10.
Snyder, Samuel. Age 11.
Stoner, Anna. Age 6.
Stoner, Jacob. Age 8.
Strawbrich, George. Age 5.
Stauffer, Mary. Age 11.
Stump, Jacob. Age 8. African American.
Strome, Christian. Age 8.
Steigelman, Magdalene. Age 7.
Steigelman, Mary. Age 10.
Sherk, David. Age 7.
Shertzer, Benjamin. Age 8.
Shertzer, John. age 10.
Smith, Harriet. Age 10.
Smith, Mary. Age 7.
Sweitzer, Elizabeth. Age 6.
Sweitzer, John. Age 8.
Smith, Mathias. Age 9.
Underhill, Jacob. Age 10. Africann American.
White, John. Age 9.
White, Nicholas. Age 10.
Wilson, David. Age 10.
Wertz, John. Age 7.
Williams, Amos. Age 6. African American.
Phillips, James. Age 10.
Phillips, Thomas. Age 8.
Yerletz, Catharine. Age 11. African American.
Yerletz, Magdalene. Age 9. African American.
Young, Mary. Age 8.
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 #512
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, Frederick
Albright, Joseph
Albright, Peter
Alspoch, Barbara
Alspoch, Henry
Anderson, John
Andrew, Isaac
Andrew, Jacob
Benit, George
Bernheart, Isaac
Bernheart, John
Boon, John
Boyle, Lewis
Bullerod, George
Coble, Elizabeth
Collins, Catherine
Cross, Cornelius
Cross, Margaret
Crow, Jane
Deck, Catherine
Deck, Henrietta
Denezon, Sarah
Denezon, William
Densinger, Catherine
Densinger, Elizabeth
Densinger, Jacob
Devin, Caleb
Dougherty, James
Dougherty, Michael
Drebenstot, Frances
Drebenstot, Jacob
Dunlap, John
Dunlap, Rebecca
Hallowell, Elizabeth
Hallowell, Isaac
Hartley, Barbara
Hartley, John
Hillwell, Anna
Keith, Eliza
Kelly, Edward
Kelly, Rosanah
Kelly, Sevena
Kouch, Elizabeth
Kouch, George
Leader, Jacob
Leader, Mary
Madis, Margaret
Marlin, Margaret
McManema, Dennis
McVey, William
Meredith, Mary
Norris, Lydia
Norris, Thomas
Pence, Catharine
Pence, Jacob
Roads, Peter
Rolston, David
Rolston, Elizabeth
Sands, Elizabeth
Sands, John
Sands, Rachel
Sands, Rebecca
Sands, William
Sechrist, Frederick
Shaffner, Augustus
Shaffner, Henry
Shaffner, Jeremiah
Shaver, George
Shaver, John
Shaver, Michael
Simpson, Elizabeth
Simpson, Mary Jane
Smith, Jacob
Smith, Mathias
Spoon, Catherine
Spoon, Jacob
Stape, Daniel
Stape, George
Swords, William
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Donegal Twp.
Poor children
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Donegal Twp.
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1824 #512
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
005
Box Number
005
Notes
Entered into Q & A 1994/02/22.
Additional Notes
Poor children.
Names taken from Lancaster County tax lists.
Albright, Frederick. Age 8.
Albright, Joseph. Age 8.
Albright, Peter. Age 5.
Alspoch, Barbara. Age 8.
Alspoch, Henry. Age 10.
Anderson, John. Age 9.
Andrew, Isaac. Age 7.
Andrew, Jacob. Age 10.
Benit, George. Age 8.
Bernheart, Isaac. Age 7.
Bernheart, John. Age 6.
Boon, John. Age 8.
Boyle, Lewis. Age 6.
Bullerod, George. Age 10.
Coble, Elizabeth. Age 7.
Collins, Catherine. Age 6.
Cross, Cornelius. Age 7.
Cross, Margaret. Age 9.
Crow, Jane. Age 7.
Deck, Catherine. Age 7.
Deck, Henrietta. Age 5.
Denezon, Sarah. Age 9.
Denezon, William. Age 10.
Densinger, Catherine. Age 10.
Densinger, Elizabeth. Age 8.
Densinger, Jacob. Age 6.
Devin, Caleb. Age 7.
Dougherty, James. Age 8.
Dougherty, Michael. Age 8.
Drebenstot, Frances. Age 10.
Drebenstot, Jacob. Age 8.
Dunlap, John. Age 7.
Dunlap, Rebecca. Age 10.
Hallowell, Elizabeth. Age 6.
Hallowell, Isaac. Age 10.
Hartley, Barbara. Age 10.
Hartley, John. Age 11.
Hillwell, Anna. Age 8.
Keith, Eliza. Age 10.
Kelly, Edward. Age 11.
Kelly, Rosanah. Age 9.
Kelly, Sevena. Age 8.
Kouch, Elizabeth. Age 7.
Kouch, George. Age 8.
Leader, Mary. Mother of Leader, Jacob. Age 11.
Madis, Margaret. Age 9.
Marlin, Margaret. Age 9.
McManema, Dennis. Age 10.
McVey, William. Age 9.
Meredith, Mary. Age 7.
Norris, Lydia. Age 8.
Norris, Thomas. Age 6.
Pence, Catharine. Age 11.
Pence, Jacob. Age 8.
Roads, Peter. Age 7.
Rolston, David. Age 9.
Rolston, Elizabeth. Age 11.
Sands, Elizabeth. Age 7.
Sands, John. Age 9.
Sands, Rachel (or Rebecca). Age 5.
Sands, William. Age 10.
Sechrist, Frederick. Age 8.
Shaffner, Augustus. Age 10.
Shaffner, Henry. Age 8.
Shaffner, Jeremiah. Age 5.
Shaver, George. Age 7.
Shaver, John. Age 9.
Shaver, Michael. Age 8.
Simpson, Elizabeth. Age 11.
Simpson, Mary Jane. Age 8.
Smith, Jacob. Age 11.
Smith, Mathias. Age 9.
Spoon, Catherine. Age 7.
Spoon, Jacob. Age 9.
Stape, Daniel. Age 10.
Stape, George. Age 9.
Swords, William. Age 9.
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.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
Less detail
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1822 #289
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
Eichholtz, Leonard
Aaron, Sarah
Gregg, Cowen.
Harrison, John
McElwey, James
Richenson, John
Smith, Mathias
Snodgrass, James
Snyder, Jacob
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 1822 #289
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
002
Box Number
002
Notes
Entered into Q&A Aug 26, 2003.
Additional Notes
Court house.
Payment for coroner's inquests.
Eichholtz, Leonard. Coroner.
Aaron, Sarah. Died in jail.
Gregg, Cowen.
Harrison, John. Died in jail.
McElwey, James.
Richenson, John. Died in jail.
Smith, Mathias.
Snodgrass, James. Died in jail.
Snyder, Jacob. An inquest was held on the body of a child found in his house.
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 1822 #251
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
Awylward, John
Baire, John
Baughman, Robert
Border, George
Boyer, Samuel
Brewes, Samuel
Burns, Christian
Cannon, John
Dellam, Charles
Dellam, Joseph
Depper, Julius
Derrick, Mary
Eberline, George
Eberman, Mathias
Fegel, Frederick
Fegel, Sarah
Feldeberger, John
Ferguson, Eliza
Fessler, Elizabeth
Gardner, Adam
Gibson, Lydia
Graham, George
Green, Sophia
Greybill, Jacob
Grimes, Thomas
Hercules, Peter
Johnson, Abraham
Jones, Eliza
Landis, Henry Jr.
Lauret, Thomas
Lutz, Catherine
Magill, Robert
Mallson, Ephraim
Matter, George
McCready, James
McKensay, Thomas
Milborn, Mary
Miller, Henry
Miller, John
Musketnus, Susanna
Nelson, Pompe
Orehler, Christian
Owens, Margaret
Pearson, John
Peters, Els
Rheam, William
Robeson, Robert
Schweinky, Henry
Sinneson, Garret
Smith, Mathias
Spear, Robert
Spera, Henry
Taylor, William
Wallace, Joseph
Ward, Mary
Yarlitz, Margaret
Young, Henry
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Lancaster
Courthouses
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 #251
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
002
Box Number
002
Notes
Entered into Q&A Aug 26, 2003.
Additional Notes
Court house.
Payment to constables in a number of cases.
Baughman, Robert.
Greybill, Jacob.
Magill, Robert.
Matter, George.
Spear, Robert.
Spera, Henry.
Taylor, William.
Wallace, Joseph.
Cases the consrables were involved with (all are Commonwealth v.):
Gardner, Adam. Larceny.
Grimes, Thomas. Riot.
McCready, James, and others. Assault and battery.
Awylward, John. Assault and battery.
Mallson, Ephraim. Surety of the Peace.
McKensay, Thomas. Larceny on Schweinky, Henry.
Baire, John. Assault and battery.
Derrick, Mary. Assault and battery.
Brewes, Samuel. African American. Surety of the peace toward Ward, Mary.
Depper, Julius. Larceny on Miller, Henry.
Fegel, Frederick; Fegel, Sarah. Assault and battery on Eberman, Mathias.
Miller, John. Larceny on Lauret, Thomas.
Johnson, Abraham. African American. Surety of the peace toward Smith, Mathias.
Border, George. Assault and battery on Burns, Christian.
Fessler, Elizabeth. Surety of the peace toward Ferguson, Eliza.
Musketnus, Susanna. Surety of the peace toward Gibson, Lydia.
Peters, Els. Surety of the peace toward Milborn, Mary.
Young, Henry. Bastardy with Lutz, Catherine.
Orehler, Christian. Surety of the peace toward Robeson, Robert.
Green, Sophia. Receiving stolen goods.
Sinneson, Garret. Assault and battery.
Hercules, Peter. Larceny.
Nelson, Pompe. Bastardy.
Pearson, John.
Jones, Eliza. Assault.
Dellam, Joseph. Larceny.
Dellam, Charles. Larceny.
Yarlitz, Margaret. Larceny.
Graham, George. Perjury.
Eberline, George. Bastardy with Owens, Margaret.
Boyer, Samuel. African American. Larceny on Rheam, William.
Feldeberger, John. Larceny on Landis, Henry Jr.
Cannon, John. Arson.
1 item 14 pieces.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
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Less detail
Collection
Mayor's Court
Object ID
NOV 1832 F023 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
1832
People
Smith, Mathias
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Object ID
NOV 1832 F023 MC
Case Number
17.000
Classification
RG 99-00 [0101]
Location
Archives
Container
009
Box Number
009
Additional Notes
Larceny
3 items, 3 pieces
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at Reference Desk; photocopy made by staff member.
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Collection
Mayor's Court
Object ID
AUG 1833 F018 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
1833
People
Smith, Mathias
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Object ID
AUG 1833 F018 MC
Classification
RG 99-00 [0101]
Location
Archives
Container
010
Box Number
010
Additional Notes
Assault and battery
1 item, 1 piece
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at Reference Desk; photocopy made by staff member.
Less detail
Collection
Mayor's Court
Object ID
AUG 1833 F019 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
1833
People
Smith, Mathias
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Object ID
AUG 1833 F019 MC
Classification
RG 99-00 [0101]
Location
Archives
Container
010
Box Number
010
Additional Notes
Surety of the peace
1 item, 1 piece
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at Reference Desk; photocopy made by staff member.
Less detail

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