Charged with the rape of Sarah Lovelace, wife of William Lovelace, Hempfield Twp.
Deposition of Sarah Lovelace.
Testimonies of Connally Findley, Robert Duff, John Toney, Barbara Williams, Ezekial Williams, Jacob Strickler, John Stoner, David Brubaker, Benjamin Osborne, George Peters, Thomas B. Sanders, Stephen Hornberger, William Lovelace, Paul Zantzinger.
Includes recognizance for Jacob Strickler, William Lovelace, Benjamin Osborne, Stephen Hornberger, George Rutt, Michael Shindle, John Evans.
Rule to take the depositions of Elizabeth Meyer.
3 items, 9 pieces
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at Reference Desk; photocopy made by staff member.
The Lancaster County Almshouse and Hospital Collection is comprised of accounts, registers, minutes, and other records kept by this county department. There are birth and death records, lists of inmates, supply and payroll books, and auditors' reports. Also, a scrapbook of Conestoga View.
Most of the items in this collection are part of the Lancaster County Government Records, RG 08-12. They were transferred into MG-277 in 1999 during the planning of the Almshouse and Hospital exhibition. Other items are on loan from the Edward Hand Medical Heritage Foundation or were collected by LancasterHistory.
Collection contains an index to the Slave Registers, Mayor's Register of Coloured Persons or Negro Entry Book, and returns filed within the county. There are official records for slaves and their children in Lancaster County, as well as freemen within Lancaster City. Also includes bills of sale, a manumission paper, and a certificate for free persons of color.
Formerly called "The Slave Records of Lancaster County Collection." Name changed and arrangement changed on 13 June 2007.
Added to database on 19 July 2017.
System of Arrangement
Series 1 consists of the Slave Registers, official county records registering slaves and their children.
Series 2 contains the Mayor's Register of Coloured Persons, bills of sale, manumission paper, and other records.
Restricted access for the Negro Entry Book found in Series 2, Folder 2: Use transcript in Folder 3 or microlfilm. Please make an appointment with the Director of Archival Services to use the original volume.
Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.
African American Records Collection (MG-240), Box #, Folder #, LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pa.