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1810 Luzerne County Federalist

Luzerne County Federalist Friday Evening Publication 5 Jan. 1810 Stray — A two year old sorrel mare colt, broke into the enclosure of the subscriber sometime in November last. The owner is desired to prove property, pay charges and take it away. Benj. CARPENTER, 2d, Kingston 12 Jan. 1810 James SCOVELL died at Exeter (no…

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1809 Luzerne County Federalist

Luzerne County Federalist 6 Jan. 1809 Henry ELLIOTT, died at Wyalusing, on Thursday the 22nd Dec. ult., after a short illness, in the 97th year of his age. He was a native of Stonington, Conn. And emigrated to this country, in the year 1776, and experienced at that advanced period of life, the dreadful calamities…

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1808 Luzerne County Federalist

Luzerne County Federalist   1 Jan. 1808 Claims of CT Settlers — Additions to Hanover, Exeter, Northmoreland, Putnam, Braintrim and Newport (See p. 2-4-b) Also Salem, Plymouth, Providence, Putnam and Springfield (See p. 4-3-b) List of letters remaining at the Wilkesbarre Post Office, Jan. 1, 1808: Elisha ATHERTON, Kingston Jeremiah BLANCHARD, Wilkesbarre Enos BROWN, Pittston…

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1807 Luzerne County Federalist

Luzerne County Federalist 1807 2 Jan. 1807 – Issue missing 9 Jan. 1807 Richard BARNUM, of this county and Miss Nancy JAMISON, of Columbia, at Columbia, PA on Thursday the 11th ult., by Rev. N. R. SNOWDEN For Sale – 250 acres of land in Hanover Twp. – James CAMPBELL (See p. 3-4-m) Farm For…

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1806 Luzerne County Federalist

Luzerne County Federalist 1806 3 Jan. 1806 Henry DRINKER, Phila., Notice – That my Letter of Attorney, dated 13th Nov. 1792, recorded in Luzerne Co. Deed Book 3:225, I did make, constitute and appoint Samuel PRESTON, of Stockport on Delaware, then in Northampton Co., now Wayne Co. as my attorney. I hereby revoke said Letter…

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1805 Luzerne County Federalist

Luzerne County Federalist 1805 The badness of the roads, and inclemency of the season; prevented the arrival of the paper in time to give a whole sheet this week. It is hoped this will be sufficient apology. 12 Jan. 1805 List of letters remaining at the Post Office in Wilkesbarre, Jan’y 1st (those without the…

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List of Pensioners (1883)

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LIST OF PENSIONERS [Taken from the Wyoming Democrat, 7 December 1883] Upon the General Government, from Wyoming County; together with the disability, monthly rate, and the number and date of such pension. No. of certificate – Name of Pensioner – Post-Office Address – Cause for which pensioned – Monthly rate – Date of original allowance.…

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History of the Sand Hill School or Harrison Street School

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History of the Sand Hill School or Harrison Street School Present Home of the Wyoming County Historical Society By Jean Brewer and Paula Radwanski The Harrison Street School building dates back to its opening in January of 1855. At one time it was called the Sand Hill School. By 1871, it was eventually run down…

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1804 Luzerne County Federalist

1804 Luzerne County Federalist 7 Jan. 1804 List of letters remaining at the Post Office at Wilkesbarre, January 1st (W) = Those letters annexed, are directed to Wilkesbarre: Philip ABBOTT, Plymouth Nathaniel BLISS, Plymouth Samuel BAIRD, Plymouth Abraham BRADLEY, Esq., Plymouth W. Jared BALDWIN, Plymouth Orlen CAPRON, Beach Woods John CORTWRIGHT, Hanover Samuel CARVER, Hanover…

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1803 Luzerne County Federalist

LUZERNE COUNTY FEDERALIST 3 Jan. 1803 List of Titles in Hanover Township – See Nov. 15, 1802 for further info. on Certificates being issued. (See p. 2-2-b and p. 3-1-t which includes lot numbers and acres of each): Edward INMAN Richard INMAN Jacob FISHER Christian SAME John SCHOONOVER William SHOEMAKER Edward SPENCER Zebulon BUTLER Heirs…

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