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Assessment of Lower Merion 1780



  • ASSESSMENT OF LOWER MERION FOR 1780

    Peter Evans, 230 acres, 1 horse and 3 cattle; Philip Pritner, gent., 100 a., 1 h.., 2 c., 2 slaves; Alexander Oliver, 4 h., 9 c.; Leonard Nidley, 2 h., 3 c.; David Thomas, 2 h., 2 c.; Lawrence Trexler, 2 h., 3 c.; Jonathan Brooks 100 a., 2 h., 3 c.; Charles Massey, 2 h., 3 c., 1 chair; Jesse Jones, 100 a., 2 h.; Francis Jones, 50 a., 3 h., 2 c.; Catherine Zolley, 52 a., grist-mill, 1 h., 2 c.; David Briggs, inn-keeper, 42 a., 2 slaves, 2, h., 3 c.; John Jones, 50 a., saw-mill, 2 h., 5 c.; Samuel Horton, smith-1 c.; Abraham Nanna, 120 a., 2 h., 2 c.; John Tate, 2 h., 2 c.; Abraham Tuley, 2 h., 3 c.; Jonathan Sturgis, 200 a., 2 h., 2 c.; Joseph Smith, cordwainer, 1 c.; John Davis, mason, 1 h., 2 c.; Elizabeth Crickbaum, 100 a., 3 h., 2 c.; Robert Lisle, laborer; Robert Elliott, weaver, 100 a., 3 h., 4 c., 1 slave: Israel Jones, 2 h., 3 c.; Llewellyn' Young,. 2 h.,., 5 c.: John Smith, mason, 2 h., 2 c.; Peter Trexler, rents of Charles Thomson, 750 a., 6 h., 10 c.; Henry Pugh, 50 a., 1 c.; Thomas Cochran, 150 a., 2 h., 4 c.; George Horn, 77 a, 2 h.; Andrew Horn, 77 a., 2 h., 2 c.; William Broades, 25 a., 3 h., 4 c.; Hugh Jones, 334 a., 4 h., 12 c., 1 slave; John Grover, 3 h., 4 c.; Wendel Kingfleld, 2 h., 2 c.; Hannah Bridson, widow, 93 a., 2 h,., 3 c.; Willing Tolbert, 93 a., 4 h., 2 c.; Joseph Taylor, 1 c.; Isaac Taylor, aged, 139 a., 3 h., 2 c., 1 slave; John Young, weaver, 1 h., 1 c.; John Llewellyn, 350 a., 2 h., 5 c.; Mathias Foltz, 50 a., 2 h., 2 c.; Abraham Walter, single, 89a.; Joseph Roberts, 150 a., 1 h., 3 c.; John Rowland, laborer, 1 h., 1 c.; Eleanor Lloyd, 50 a.; Isaac Comly, 2 h., 4 c.; Meranah Alloway, 2 h., 3 c,; Enoch Davis, 40 a.,1 C.; Christ. Homiller, 3 c.; John Pimple, 1 h., 2 c.; John White, millwright; William Ward, 2 h., 2 c.; Daniel Burrell, oil-maker, oil-mill, 3 h., 3 c., 1 chair; Hugh Roberts, single, 130 a., 1 h., 1 c.; Jacob Amos, 1 c., 2 h.; Isaac Warner, 2 h., 2 c.; Anthony Righter, laborer, 1 c.; John Righter, miller, 100 a., gristmill, 4 h., 4 c.; Jacob Hansbury, laborer, 1 c.; Joseph Sill, 2 h. 2 c.; Frederick Bicking, 200 a., paper-mill, 1 slave, 2 h,, 5 c.; Jacob Newhouse, 52 a., paper-mill, 2 h., 2 c.; Thomas Wilday, 51 a., 1 h., 1 c.; Thomas Robeson, weaver, 1 c.; John Robeson, clergyman, 1 h,, 2 c.; John Robeson, laborer, 1 c.; James Winter, 80 a., 2 h., 2 c.; Jonathan Robeson, smith, 151 a., 2 h., 2 c.; Daniel Claus, paper-maker; Benjamin Scheetz, paper-maker, 1 c., 1 slave; Catherine Scheetz, 100 a., 2 paper-mills, 1 h., 3 c.; George Handbolt, paper-maker, lc.; James Underwood, 2 h., 5 c.; Ambrose Emery, 2 h., 4 c.; Samuel Pawlng, laborer, 1 c.; John Grover, 70 a., 2 h., 3 c.; Thomas Morgan,100 a., 3 h., 3 c.; Michael Cline, 30 a., 1 h., 1 c., weaver; Thomas Waters, 2 h., 2 c.; Rudolph Exbright, 2 h., 2 c.; Henry Miller, 50 a.; Thomas Humphreys, smith, 30 a., I h.,1 c.; George Dimple, 2 h., 3 c.; Philip Sing, 45 a., 2 h., 2 c., 1 chair; Algernon Roberts, 224 a., 6 h., 7 c.; John Evans, tailor; Jacob Coleman, cordwainer, 40 a.; Mathias Creamer, 2 h., I c.; Jacob Everman, laborer, 30 a., 2 c.; Jacob Keighler, 3 h., 3c.; Casper Space, 1 h., 2c.; a., Rudolph Latch, cordwainer, 75 a., 2 h., 2c.; James Calahan, laborer, 1 h., 1c.; Wm. Stadleman, innkeeper, 80 a., 4 h., 2 c.; Jesse Thomas, smith, 40 a., 2 h., 1 c.; John Zell, 100 a., 4 h., 2 c.; Nehemiah Evans, 50 a., 2 h., 2 c.; John Durnal, 5 h., 5 c.; Isaac Hughs, 70 a., 3 h.; David Shannon, 100 a., e h., 5 c.; Henry Bare, 4 h., 5 c.; James Nussel, cordwainer, 2 a.; John Roberts, 50 a., 2 h., 3 c.; Jacob Lobb, 4 h., 3 c.; John Price, 194 a., 1 slave, 5 h., 8 c.; Walter Walter, 80 a., 2 h., 3 c.; Daniel Lobb, 1 c.; Hugh Knox, 120 a., 2 h., 2 c.; John Cook, 3 h., 1 c.; Margaret Goodman, 168 a., 2 h., 3 c.; Michael Bower, 100 a., 2 h., 5 c.; Martin Miller, 35 a., 2 h., 2 c.; Jacob Matson, 1 h., 3 c.; Peter May, 150 a., 3 h., 2 c.; Henry Shooleter, weaver, 2 h., 2 c.; Abraham streeper, inn-keeper, 16 a., 1 h., 1 c.; Robert Holland, tanner, 40 a., tan-yard, 1 h., 2 c.; Michael Smith 2 h, 2 c.; William Smith, 2 h., 1 c.; Michael Smith, 2 h., 1 c.; Simon Claus, paper-maker, 2 c.; Anthony Tunis, 100 a., 1 h, 2 c.; Jeremiah Trexler, 2 h., 2 c.; David Zell, l00 a., 2 h., 2 c.; Jacob Conrad, 4 h., 2 c.; Isaac Lewis, tailor, 2 h., 2 c.; Jacob Jones, 230 a., 2 h., 2 c.; John Amos, cordwainer, 1 c.; John Whiteman, wheelwright, 1 c.; Jacob Sloan, 100 a., 2 h., 3 c.; Anthony Levering, 114 a., grist and saw-mill, 3 h, 2 c.; Paul Jones, 130 a., 3 h., 2 c.; Silas Jones, 140 a., 2 h., 2 c.; Margaret Heller, 180 a., 1 h., 3 c.; Frederick Crow, 100 a., 3 h., 4 c.; Israel Davis, cordwainer; Nicholas Stoltz, 2 h., 4 c.; Bartle Righter, 40 a.,1 h., 3 c.; Jacob Neagle, paper-maker, 1 c.; Michael McMullen, 190 a., 3 h., 4 c.; William Roberts 1 c.; Rudolf Sibley, 180 a., 3 h., 5 c.; Michael Hersh, 1 h., 1 c.; Edward Price, infirm,, 200 a.; Rees Price, 15 a., 2 h., 8 c.; Thomas DavidŐs estate, 280 a.; John Vanderin, 13 a,; Peter Righter, 5 a


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