Das Arsenal wurde ursprünglich 1799 auf 125 Hektar in Jefferson County, Virginia, gebaut und 1796 von den Vereinigten Staaten übernommen, die Fähre selbst wurde ursprünglich 1761 über den Potomac River gebaut. Als die Vereinigten Staaten nach Harper's Tod 1782 sein Land kauften und die Waffenkammer aufbauten, stellte sich bald heraus, dass es einen Bedarf an Wohnungen für die Arbeiter und ihre Familie und den Bedarf an anderen Annehmlichkeiten gibt. Es gäbe jedoch vier Hektar, auf denen die Vereinigten Staaten nicht aufbauen könnten, da die Hektar im Testament von Robert Harper beiseite gelegt wurden.

Auszug aus dem Testament von Robert B. Harper, hingerichtet am 1. Oktober 1782

"Es ist ferner mein letzter Wille, dass vier Hektar Land, um meinen Friedhof herum, von meinen Testamentsvollstreckern vollständig für die Nutzung eines Friedhofs verwendet werden, und all meine Schulden, die durch Kaution, Schuldschein und Buchkonto fällig werden, und alle Mieten, die jetzt von meiner Fähre geschuldet werden, von meinem Testamentsvollstrecker auf die beste Weise verwendet werden, um einen Friedhof zu errichten und eine Kirche auf diesen vier Hektar Land zu bauen, und einen Kopf- und Fußstein für das Grab meiner Frau und ebenso für mein eigenes haben."

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Bis 1821 ist Harper's Ferry 1.890 Hektar groß, einschließlich einer Fähre, die den Shenandoah überquert. Es gibt 89 Wohnhäuser unterschiedlicher Größe, viele zweistöckig, nur 5 davon mit einem Keller. Es gibt ein Aufseherbüro, neun Werkstätten, zwei Arsenale, eine Mahlwerk, einen Ofen und Schmieden, zwei Schulhäuser, keine Kirche, eine Ziehmahlwerk, ein Gärtnerhaus, einen Holzschuppen, eine Härterei, ein Maschinenhaus mit Unterkunftsraum, eine Sägemühle, ein Magazin, ein Eisenlager, ein Holzkohlenhaus, ein Steinkohlenhaus und einen Stall.

Die Gebäude und Werkstätten im Waffenlager waren unterschiedlich groß, die größte davon war eine zweistöckige Werkstatt, 131 x 45 Fuß groß und aus Ziegel. Das kleinste war das Prüfhaus, das 14 x 12 Fuß groß war und ebenfalls aus Ziegelstein bestand. Es gab viele Wohnhäuser, in denen einige kleine Geschäfte untergebracht waren, die größten waren zweistöckig und waren 94 x 21 Fuß groß und aus Holz. Der kleinste wäre 16 x 14 Fuß groß und aus Holz. Obwohl es viele Informationen über die Gebäude an Harper's Ferry gibt, gibt es keine Informationen über Nachnamen.

Im Februar 1829 forderte das Repräsentantenhaus vom Waffendepartement einen Bericht über die Anzahl der Gebäude, die von Privatpersonen auf dem Regierungsgelände bei Harper's Ferry errichtet wurden. Sie wollten wissen, wann und von wem sie gebaut wurden und welche Befugnisse sie erworben wurden und wie viele noch im Besitz sind, und zwar vorbehaltlich der Ansprüche der Gebäude und wie hoch der für jedes Gebäude geforderte Betrag ist. Wie hoch ist die jährliche Miete, die jährlich seit Januar 1823 für jedes der Gebäude, auch für jedes andere, das der Regierung in Harper's Ferry gehört.

Im Bericht wurde festgestellt, dass auf dem Hügel zwischen den beiden Flüssen drei oder vier Gebäude errichtet wurden, die im Bericht nicht erwähnt wurden, weil sie auf vier Hektar Land gebaut wurden, die in Robert B. Harper's Testament reserviert waren. Sie gehörten Mrs. Beston, eine Schulanlage, drei kleinen Hütten, die den freien Schwarzen gehören, diese sind: William Prim, Adams Jones und Jack Wood, deren Aufgaben Küster und Grabgräber sind. Es gibt zwei Kirchen, die ebenfalls auf dem vier Hektar großen Grundstück errichtet wurden.


Gebäude errichtet durch Privatpersonen.

1. William Reed, a cellar valued at $152.
2. Jacob Haines, a cellar valued at $153.
3. Nathan Turk, a stone dwelling valued at $79.
4. Thomas Welders, a stone dwelling valued at $124.
5. George Little a wooden dwelling built in 1826, valued at $186.57.
6. C. C. Cameron, a wooden dwelling valued at $160.
7. Jacob Ott, a wooden dwelling built in 1825, valued at $50.
8. S. McDowell, a cellar to a dwelling valued at $65.
9. M. Britenbaugh, a cellar to a dwelling valued at $118.84.
10. James Thrapp, a wooden building valued at $52.
11. J. A. Shafter, a wooden building built in 1810, valued at $170.60.
12. Jacob Beard, a wooden building built in 1824, valued at $94.
13. William Cannon, a wooden building valued at $93.
14. John Marlatt, a wooden building valued at $71.82.
15. Abso. Vanvacter, a wooden building built in 1812, valued at $209.81.
16. Mrs McBee, a wooden building built in 1824, valued at $47.
17. Joseph Davis, a wooden building built in 1824, valued at $116.33.
18. W. T. A. Pollock, a wooden building built in 1825, valued at $352.72.
19. D. Crawford, a stone dwelling built in 1824, valued at $288.o7.
20. Charles Staley, a wooden dwelling built in 1824, valued at $101.
21. Joshua Cox, a wooden dwelling valued at $100.
22. R Cruzen, a wooden dwelling built in 1825, valued at $299.98.
23. John Duke, a wooden dwelling built in 1825, valued at $348.46.
24. Hugh McCoy, a wooden dwelling valued at $101.41.
25. Mathias Spangle, a wooden dwelling built 1825, valued at $162.
26. John Griffths, a wooden dwelling built in 1819, valued at $168.37.
27. David Adams, a wooden dwelling valued at $89.
28. Ashel Davis, wooden dwelling valued at $238.45.
29. T. McNulty, a wooden dwelling built 1825, valued at $222.
30. R. A. Waters, a wooden dwelling built 1825, valued at $154.
31. Eman Engles, a wooden dwelling built 1825, valued at $88.03.
32. John C. Renseld, a stone dwelling valued at $600.
33. William McCoy, brick dwelling built 1824, valued at $549.48.
34. John Crutchly, a wooden dwelling built 1825, valued at $150.
35. Jona. Anderson, a wooden dwelling valued at $220.84.
36. Charles Button, a wooden dwelling built 1820, valued at $150.
37. William Smallwood, a stone dwelling built 1825, claimed value $203.24., was purchased by the government in 1826, for $400.
38. Susan Downey, a wooden dwelling valued at $96.
39. M. Zimmerman, a wooden dwelling built 1812, valued at $350.
40. John Bulter, a wooden dwelling built 1820, valued at $150.
41. John Johnson, a wooden dwelling claimed value $75.
42. James Merrick, a wooden dwelling claimed value $75.
43. Jons. Irving, a stone dwelling built 1826, claimed value $350.
44. John A. Smith,a wooden dwelling purchased by the government in 1822, for $100.
45. Joshua Cox, a wooden dwelling purchased by the government in 1822, for $65.
46. Soel Norman, a wooden dwelling purchased by the government in 1823, for $24.07.
47. George Rowles, a wooden dwelling purchased by the government in 1822, for $22.
48. William Adams, a wooden dwelling purchased by the government in 1823, for $100.
49. Phil. Funk, a wooden dwelling purchased by the government in 1823, for $122.66.
50. Charles Staley, a wooden dwelling purchased by the government in 1823, for $16.17
51. R. Breeden’s Adm’r, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for$50.
52. Amasa Mars, a stone building purchased by the government in 1823, for $12.11
53. William Green, a brick building purchased by the government in 1823, for $119.89.
54. Joseph Barnes, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $33.93.
55. Reuben Stipes, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $24.36.
56. Jacob Ott, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $37.26.
57. Elisha Larkin, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $91.75.
58. George Zorger, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $35.20.
59. Carey Thompson, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $37.07.
60. Martin Hartman, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $78.87.
61. Richard King, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $163.08.
62. Frederick Riley, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $25.38.
63. Henry Stipes, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $215.85.
64. Charles H. Mills, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $43.03.
65. David Adams, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $109.50.
66. Levi Hall, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $46.67.
67. Thomas Stedman, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $56.58.
68. Samuel J. Lindsay, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $84.42.
69. Thomas Stipes, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $214.14.
70. Mary Seliz, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $806.73.
71. John Baylis, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $22.07.
72. Isaac Wood, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $109.75.
73. Joshua Riley, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $225.75.
74. John Coates, a stone building purchased by the government in 1823, for $161.39
75. William Grisfield, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for 34.04
76. Abram Berlin, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $57.84.
77. William Adams, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $39.66.
78. Jacob Coons, a stone building purchased by the government in 1823, for $209.04.
79. Andrew Board, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $37.
80. David Johnson, a brick building purchased by the government in 1823 for $158.87.
81. John Holt, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $58.53.
82. Ezckiel Stipes, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $66.54.
83. John Riley, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $27.53.
84. Philip Hoffman, a brick building purchased by the government in 1823, for $339.37.
85. Meshac Kirby, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1823, for $286.66.
86. Michael Melhorn, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1824, for $229.11.
87. Nathan Benton, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1824, for $39.40.
88. Asahel Davis, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1824, for $74.
89. Charles Witersmith, brick building purchased by the government in 1824, for $114.97.
90. William Smallwood, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1824, for $80.
91. Stetson Bisbee, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1824, for $91.43.
92. Charles Fouke, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1824, for $114.06.
93. Edm. Burke, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1824, for $32.45.
94. John Rockenbaugh, a stone building purchased by the government in 1824, for $560.42.
95. Nathaniel French, a stone building purchased by the government in 1824, for $38.10.
96. Roger Jones, a stone building purchased by the government in 1824, for $13.03.
97. James Pryor, brick building purchased by the government in 1824, for $127. 17.
98. William McCoy, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1824, for $89.37.
99. Thomas Stedman, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1824, for $92.90.
100. Nahum Patch, a stone building purchased by the government in 1825, for $25.53.
101. Tim. Herrington, a stone building purchased by the government in 1825, for $301.18.
102. John Donaldson, a stone building purchased by the government in 1825, for $19.
103. Francis O’Neale, a brick building purchased by the government in 1825, for $171.59.
104. John Wegginton, a wooden building purchased by the government in 1826, for $19.
105. John McFarland, a stone building purchased by the government in 1826, for $171.59.
106. Francis O’Neale, a brick building purchased by the government in 1825, for $423.
107. John Tully, a wooden dwelling purchased by the government in 1827, for $12.
108. John Roderick, a wooden dwelling purchased by the government in 1827, for $25.
109. William McClnre, a wooden dwelling purchased by the government in 1827, for $7.23.
110. William Phelan, a wooden dwelling purchased by the government in 1827, for $25.
111. Elizabeth Keep, a wooden dwelling purchased by the government in 1827, for $200.
112. Nathan Yeamans, a wooden dwelling purchased by the government in 1828, for $296.03.
113. George Harding, a stone dwelling intended as a ferry house built in 1826, purchased by the government valued at $650.

Note. These were later added to the list.

1. In 1812, the Potomac Co., built a stone storehouse and dwelling, a brick dwelling, a boarding house and a wooden warehouse all valued at $5000.
2. In 1816, Colonel Jamieson built a wooden storehouse and dwelling valued at $800.
116. In 1826, Philip and David Coons built a stone, rough-cast used as a dwelling, boarding house and a butchery valued at $2,500.
3. In 1826, John S. Gallagher built a frame house plastered outside, was built for a dwelling house and printing office, valued at $600.
4. In 1826, Michael Garry built a frame storehouse and rough-cast dwelling house valued at $2,500.
5. In 1826, Michael W. Wartman built a small temporary storehouse valued at $175.

This is part of a report on the condition and occupancy of the land belonging to The United States at Harper’s Ferry, March 2, 1829.

In regard to the authority for purchasing buildings, improvements, &c., I have to observe that it has always been considered the duty of the superintendent to provide suitable accommodations for the workmen employed in the armory. This could only be done by building new buildings, or purchasing’ improvements already made. The latter of these alternatives was, in many instances, the more expedient, from death, removal, change of circumstances of the persons who made the improvements, or other similar causes. It frequently occurs, when good workmen, having married, or from other causes need dwellings, or additions to those previously occupied, that the armory funds will not, at the time, admit of expenditures being made for such purposes. They are, therefore, permitted, when able-to do so, to make the improvements at their own charge, with the understanding that afterwards, when convenient to the armory, they shall be paid for the same, according to fair valuation. The passing of such accounts from time to time, for many years past, by the accounting officers, has also been considered as approving the course pursued in this respect.

It will be seen that no rents have been yet collected upon the lots built on. and occupied by private individuals not connected with the armory. This has resulted from the following state of things, viz: In some of the cases the leases have not yet been executed, and in none have the amounts of ground rent to be charged been ascertained. Diversity of opinion has occurred on this subject; and, on account of .the uncertainty of the superintendent’s power in such cases, it has not been considered advisable to agitate the question in what manner and how far the superintendent can coerce the settlement of claims to the United States on account of this armory, until the question was settled by advice of counsel, or otherwise, as the case might require; for, had the attempt been made, and failed, a vast deal of trouble and difficulty would have been encountered, which, in consequence of the course pursued, has been avoided.
In accordance with your letter of the 23d of last July, requiring me to obtain legal advice on this and other subjects, the questions of difficulty were immediately submitted to Moses T. Hunter, esq.. the counsel usually employed in behalf of this armory, whose opinion was enclosed to you on the 14th of November last. By reference to that opinion, it will be seen that the subject is attended with very considerable difficulty, and the most advisable course to be pursued jot yet clearly ascertained; when, however, such course is determined upon, there will be no difficulty on collecting the rents in arrears, as the parties from whom they are due are entirely solvent. It may be well to remark that each of the grants or permissions given to the individuals mentioned under the head of persons not connected with the armory to build on the public lands are decidedly advantageous to the interests of the armory, and required for the Convenience and accommodation of the workmen therein employed, so much so that it is believed the United States have derived from them benefits equivalent to several thousand dollars, by thus destroying, in some measure, the imposition and oppressive monopoly which before prevailed, and which grew out of the fact that all of the real property at this place, except that of the United States, belonged to a single family, who exacted exorbitant rents from shopkeepers, mechanics, &cc., even sometimes restricting them to particular kinds of business, who were thus, in their turn, compelled to charge the workmen employed in the armory corresponding rates for the ordinary means of subsistence, and thereby, in the end, rendering it necessary for the government to pay for work at prices higher than those for which it might otherwise have been done.

On a former occasion Mr. Calhoun, during the period that he was at the head of the War Department, and to whom this subject was referred, was clearly of opinion that the original purchase of the lands occupied by this armory, from John Wager, left it entirely discretionary with the government whether or not to permit merchants, shopkeepers, mechanics, and tradesmen of every description whatsoever, to erect buildings and pursue their different modes of business, on the public lands here, to any extent that the interests of the armory and the convenience of workmen therein employed might require.
Respectfully, your obedient servant,

Col. GEG. BOMFORD. JAMES STUBBLEFIELD



Note. The following list will give the names of the workers and the rent they paid. This list covers the years of 1823-1828, By watching the pay of the rent you will be able to tell when these workers came and went.

Rent collected on the dwelling houses owned by the government and rented by the workers of the United States armory at Harper’s Ferry, Virginia.

1. Philip Hoffman, 1823-$6., 1824-$24., 1825-$6., 1826-$6., 1827-$24., 1828-$24.
2. George Mallory, 1823-$8., 1824-$16., 1825-$4., 1826-$4., 1827-$16., 1828-$16.
3. Edward Wager, 1823-$12., 4. Charles C. Cameron, 1823-$5., 1824-$7.50, 1825-$3.
5. Charles H. Mills, 1823-$5., 1824-$11., 1825-$9.
6. William D. Moore, 1823-$6., 1824-$12., 1825-$12., 1825-$9.
7. John Shubridge, 1823-$3., 1824-$6., 1825-$6., 1826-$6., 1827-$6., 1828-$6.
8. Hezekiah Butt, 1823-$3., 1824-$4.50, 1825-$6., 1826-$6., 1827-$6., 1828-$6.
9. John Rodorock, 1823-$4., 1824-$4. 1825-$2., 1826-$10.50, 1827-$6., 1828-$6.
10. James Green, 1823-$6., 1824-$9., 1825-$9.
11. John Robinbaugh, 1823-$10., 1824-$20., 1825-$20., 1826-$20., 1827-$20., 1828-$20.
12. John Marlatt, 1823-$7.50, 1824-$15., 1825-$11.25, 1826-$15.75, 1827-$16., 1828-$12.
13. Michael Crowl, 1823-$8., 1824-$16., 1825-$12., 1826-$12., 1827-$14., 1828-$16.
14. Ezckiel Stipes, 1823-$3.. 1824-$8., 1825-$8., 1826-$8., 1827-$8., 1828-$8.
15. Oswin Sturdy, 1823-$3., --------- --------- --------- 1827-$8., 1828-$8.
16. John Donaldson, 1823-$8., 1824-$8., 1825-$24., 1826-$5.
17. Isaac Wood, 1823-$8., 1824-$20., 1825-$20.--------1827-$18.75, 1828-$22.50.
18. Timothy Herrington, 1823-$8., 1824-$16., 1825-$16., 1826-$19., 1827-$15., 1828-$20.
19. Jacob Ott, 1823-$6., 1824-$14., 1825-$14., 1826-$14., 1827-$14., 1828-$14.
20. John Wiggington, 1823-$3., 1824-$6., 1825-$6., 1826-$6., 1827-$12.50, 1828-$4.
21. Jacob Haines, 1823-$8., 1824-$12., 1825-$16., 1826-$16., 1827-$13., 1828-$4.
22. Levi Hall, 1823-$4., 1824-$5.50, 1825-$3., 1826-$3., 1827-$6.
23. Evan Lindsay, 1823-$8.
24. Hiram Kerney, 1823-$8., 1824-$16., 1825-$12.
25. William Ferrells, 1823-$6., 1824-$12., 1825-$12., 1826-$6.
26. Absolom Vanvacter, 1823-$6., 1824-$15., 1825-$12., 1826-$9., 1827-$9., 1828-$3.
27. Samuel Thropp, 1823-$8., 1824-$16., 1825-$12., 1826-$20., 1827-$12., 1828-$8.
28. William Green, 1823-$8., 1824-$20., 1825-$5.
29. William Mallory, 1823-$8., 1824-$6., 1825-$2., 1826-$15., 1827-$6., 1828-$9.
30. John Coons, 1823-$6., 1824-$12.
31. Joseph Barnes, 1823-$4., ------------ 1825-$14., 1826-$20., 1827-$18., 1828-$16.
32. William Simpson, 1823-$4., 1824-$6., 1825-$2.
33. William Nunamaker, 1823-$3., 1824-$1.50, -------1826-$20., 1827-$18., 1828-$16.
34. Peter Hoffman, 1823-$4.50, 1824-$12., 1825-$3., 1826-$6., 1827-$9., 1828-$18.
35. Henry Stipes, 1823-$3., 1824-$12., 1825-$4.
36. Reuben Stipes, 1823-$3., 1824-$2., 1825-$6., 1826-$10., 1827-$4.

37. Daniel Little, 1823-$5.
38. Alexander Wintzell, 1823-$6.
39. John Holt, 1823-$4., 1824-$10., 1825-$10., 1826-$10., 1827-$7.50, 1828-$12.50.
40. John Claspey, 1823-$5., 1824-$7.50, 1825-$10., 1826-$7.50
41. William McClure, 1823-$8., 1824-$6., 1825-$4., 1826-$6., 1827-$4., 1828-$8.
42. William Smallwood, 1823-$6., 1824-$12., 1825-$6., 1826-$12., 1827-$12., 1828-$12.
43. Charles Wintersmith, 1823-$8., 1824-$18., 1825-$15., 1826-$20., 1827-$20., 1828-$20.
44. George Zoger, 1823-$8., 1824-$16., 1825-$15., 1826-$20., 1827-$8.
45. John Baylis, 1823-$4., 1824-$2., 1825-$11., 1826-$2.
46. Thomas Hall, 1823-$4.
47. William Mockbee, 1823-$6., 1824-$12., 1825-$12., 1826-$9., 1827-$10., 1828-$8.
48. Daniel Hinkles, 1823-$10., 1824-$20., 1825-$20., 1826-$10.
49. Frederick Reily, 1823-$6., 1824-$15., 1825-$12., 1826-$9., 1827-$10., 1828-$8.
50. William Chambers, 1823-$3., 1824-$6., 1825-$8.----------- 1827-$9., 1828-$9.
51. Nathan Benton, 1823-$4., 1824-$8., 1825-$8., 1826-$8., 1827-$8., 1828-$8.
52. Joshua Cox, 1823-$4., 1824-$8., 1825-$8., 1826-$8., 1827-$8., 1828-$8.
53. Thomas Dakin, 1823-$6., 1824-$12., 1825-$12., 1826-$12., 1827-$12., 1828-$12.
54. John Sickofuse, 1823-$5., 1824-$2.50.
55. William Adams, 1823-$5., 1824-$12., 1825-$12., 1826-$12., 1827-$12., 1828-$9.
56. Richard King, 1823-$4., 1824-$18., 1825-$13.50, 1826-$18., 1827-$13.50, 1828-$9.
57. John Baden, 1823-$2., 1824-$8., 1825-$6., 1826-$8.
58. Nathan Turk, 1823-$6., 1824-$13., 1825-$12., 1826-$16., 1827-$16., 1828-$8.
59. Elisha Larkin, 1823-$2.50, 1824-$$10.50, 1825-$16., 1826-$12., 1827-$10.
60. Samuel Avis, 1823-$10., 1824-$14., 1825-$12., 1826-$9., 1827-$12., 1828-$12.
61. William Gannon, 1823-$8., 1824-$12., 1825-$12., 1826-$20., 1827-$12., 1828-$12.
62. Daniel Johnston, 1823-$10., 1824-$20., 1825-$20., 1826-$20., 1827-$15., 1828-$20.
63. Ebenezer Cox, 1823-$10., 1824-$10., 1825-$5.
64. Orson Bestor, 1823- $10., 1824-$15.
65. James Steadman, 1823-$4.
66. Anthony Belsterling, 1823-$6., 1824-$16., 1825-$12., 1826-$12., 1827-$12., 1828-$12.
67. James Coates, 1823-$5., 1824-$17., 1825-$15., 1826-$16., 1827-$12., 1828-$16.
68. Michael Gompp, 1823-$6., 1824-$12., 1825-$12., 1826-$12., 1827-$12., 1828-$12.
69. Daniel Cramer, 1823-$8., 1824-$16., 1825-$16., 1826-$16., 1827-$16., 1828-$4.
70. William Sappinton, 1823-$8., 1824-$18., 1825-$18., 1826-$18., 1827-$18., 1828-$18.
71. Nathan Yeamans, 1823-$8., 1824-$12., 1825-$16., 1826-$16., 1827-$16., 1828-$8.
72. William Phelam, 1823-$4., 1824-$10., 1825-$8., 1826-$3., 1827-$6., 1828-$6.
73. Roger Jones, 1823-$8., 1824-$4.
74. George Little, 1823-$6., 1824-$12., 1825-$16., 1826-$8., 1827-$12.
75. James Pryor, 1823-$8., 1824-$12., 1826-$12.
76. M. Britenbaug, 1823-$8., 1824-$16., 1825-$16., 1826-$16., 1827-$16., 1828-$16.
77. Thomas Eamshaw, 1823-$4.
78. William Read, 1823-$8., 1824-$16., 1825-$16., 1826-$12.
79. Frederick Stephenson, 1823-$4., 1824-$2.
80. David Claspey, 1823-$4., 1824-$4., 1825-$4., 1826-$2., 1827-$4., 1828-$4.
81. Asahel Davis, 1823-$4., 1824-$12.50, 1825-$2.50.
82. John Crutehly, 1823-$3., 1824-$4.50, 1825-$3.
83. John Best, 1823-$3., 1824-$6., 1825-$7.50, 1826-$4.50,----------1828-$3.
84. John H. Hall, 1823-$37.50, 1824-$7.50.
85. Nathaniel French, 1823-$8., 1824-$20., 1825-$16., 1826-$16., 1827-$12., 1828-$12.
86. Pelatiah Thompson, 1823-$4., 1824-$8., 1825-$16., 1826-$12., 1827-$12., 1828-$20.
87. William Burke, 1823-$4., 1824-$8., 1825-$4., 1826-$16., 1827-$18., 1828-$20.
88. Jacob Coons, 1823-$6., 1824-$12., 1825-$6., 1826-$3.
89. Jeffrey Carlisle, 1823-$2., 1824-$5., 1825-$4., 1826-$4., 1827-$4., 1828-$4.
90. Thomas Spriggs, 1823-$2., 1824-$5., 1825-$4., 1826-$2., 1827-$4., 1828-$4.
91. George Compton, 1823-$3., 1824-$7.50, 1825-$5.50, 1826-$3., 1827-$6., 1828-$7.50.
92. Ignatius McItee, 1823-$3.
93. Michael Cooke, 1823-$6., 1824-$6., 1825-$9.,--------1827-$2.
94. Joseph Hoffman, 1824-$18., 1825-$3., 1826-$3., 1827-$12.
95. Nahum W. Patch, 1824-$12.
96. James Fisher, 1823-$8., 1824-$16., 1825-$16., 1826-$16., 1827-$16., 1828-$12.
97. Michael Derry, 1824-$2., ----------- ---------- ------------ 1828-$9.
98. Levi Steadman, 1824-$4.50, 1825-$6., 1826-$6., 1827-$7.50, 1828-$9.
99. Henry Miller, 1824-$12., 1825-$3., 1826-$5., 1827-$20., 1828-$20.
100. Robert Dirke, 1824-$16., 1825-$17., 1826-$20., 1827-$20., 1828-$20.
101. Samuel Hobbs, 1824-$16., 1825-$12., 1826-$12., 1827-$16., 1828-$16.
102. John Mallory, 1824-$4.
103. Benjamin Wintzell, 1824-$12., 1825-$6., 1826-$18., 1827-$12., 1828-$12.
104. James Hughes, 1824-$7.50.
105. Charles Staley, 1824-$20., 1825-$20.
106. David Adams, 1824-$6., 1825-$4.50, 1826-$6., 1827- $6., 1828-$6.
107. Martin Hartman, 1824-$8., 1825-$6., 1826-$8., 1827-$8., 1828-$6.
108. Thomas Mallory, 1824-$12., 1825-$9., 1826-$5., 1827-$8., 1828-$6.
109. Samuel McDowell, 1824-$16., 1825-$16., 1826-$16.
110. Richard Martin, 1824-$16.
111. Jacob Coons 3rd., 1824-$1.50, 1825-$3.
112. Christopher Kreps, 1824-$9., 1825-$12., 1826-$12., 1827-$12., 1828-$12.
113. Daniel Border, 1824-$24., 1825-$24., 1826-$6.
114. Meshac Kirby, 1824-$12., 1825-$12., 1826-$9., 1827-$12., 1828-$18.
115. Joshua Reily, 1824-$7.50, 1825-$10., 1826-$7.50, 1827-$7.50, 1828-$7.50.
116. Edmund Barber, 1824-$3.
117. Michael Milhorn, 1824-$15., 1825-$16., 1826-$12., 1827-$16., 1828-$16.
118. Thomas Stipes, 1823-$3., 1824-$16., 1825-$16., 1826-$12., 1827-$12., 1828-$8.
119. Jacob Coons Jr., 1826-$3.
120. George Rowles, 1824-$5.
121. Timothy Steadman, 1824-$1.50, 1825-$3., 1826-$6., 1827-$6., 1828-$6.
122. John Tally, 1824-$9., 1825-$10.50, 1826-$6.
123. Alva Keep, 1824-$9., 1825-$12., 1826-$6.
124. John G. Unseld, 1824-$6., 1825-$4., 1826-$12.
125. M. F. A. Pollock, 1824-$6., 1825-$4., 1826-$4., 1827-$1.
126. Alexander Nunamaker, 1824-$4.50, 1825-$6., 1826-$1.50, 1827-$3., 1828-$4.50.
127. John Garrett, 1824-$16.
128. James Thropp, 1824-$9., 1825-$12., 1826-$12., 1827-$12., 1828-$12.
129. Joseph Baylis, 1824-$2.
130. Jacob Engles, 1824-$4., 1825-$6., 1826-$6., 1827-$8., 1828-$8.
131. George Hawkin, 1824-$3., ------------1826-$18., 1827-$6., 1828-$6.
132. Abraham Rodrock, 1824-$1.50, 1825-$6., 1826-$6., 1827-$6., 1828-$6.
133. William Crusin, 1824-$5., 1825-$4.50, 1826-$6., 1827-$6., 1828-$6.
134. Singleton Chambers, 1824-$4., 1825-$5., 1826-$18., 1827-$10., 1828-$8.
135. Charles Fouke, 1824-$10., 1825-$10., 1826-$20.
136. James Green, 1824-$3.
137. George Bryson, 1824-$10., 1825-$20., 1826-$25.
138. Jacob Board, 1824-$4.50, 1825-$4.50.
139. Levi Hall, 1824-$5., 1825-$9., 1826-$3., 1827-$3.
140. Samuel Cox, 1824-$10., 1825-$10., 1826-$20., 1827-$20., 1828-$15.
141. Jonah M. Tompkins, 1823-$4., 1824-$8., 1825-$6.
142. Archibald McOlelland, 1824-$6., 1825-$12., 1826-$12., 1827-$12.
143. John Spangler, 1824-$2.50.
144. Hiram Pryor, 1824-$4.
145. John Reiley, 1824-$3.,----------1826-$6., 1827-$2.
146. Joseph Reiley, 1824-$2.50.
147. John Piles, 1825-$12., 1826-$12., 1827-$5.50, 1828-$23.
148. Joseph Martin, 1825-$4.
149. David Hoffman, 1825-$6.
150. Raleigh Coons, 1825-$3.
151. Shadrack Penn, 1825-$9., 1826-$10., 1827-$8., 1828-$4.
152. .Amasa SV. Mars, 1825-$16., 1826-$16., 1827-$16., 1829-$16.
153. Benjamin Stipes, 1825-$12., 1826-$16., 1827-$16., 1828-$12.
154. John Chambers, 1825-$6., 1826-$9., 1827-$8.33, 1828-$12.
155. John Baylis, 1825-$2., 1826-$6., 1827-$8., 1828-$6.
156. Jacob Shough, 1825-$5., 1826-$9.
157. Daniel Crawford, 1825-$3., 1826-$6., 1827-$6., 1828-$6.
158. Joseph Griffith, 1825-$6., 1826-$12., 1827-$3.
159. Zadock Butt, 1825-$6., 1826-$12., 1827-$3.
160. Robert Blanchard, 1825-$6., 1826-$12., 1827-$12., 1828-$12.
161. Amos Sigler, 1825-$6., 1826-$12., 1827-$12., 1828-$12.
162. John Thropp, 1825-$3.
163. Jeremiah Stevens, 1825-$4., 1826-$8., 1827-$6., 1828-$10.
164. Philip Cramer, 1825-$4., 1826-$8.
165. Ad. Rhulman, 1826-$12., 1827-$12., 1828-$4.
166. Richard A. Waters, 1826-$15., 1827-$11.25, 1828-$6.
167. Richard Crusin, 1826-$6.
168. Edmond Chambers, 1826-$7., 1827-$12., 1828-$12.
169. Zachariah Garnes, 1826-$7., 1827-$4., 1828-$6.
170. Mathias Spangler, 1826-$10., 1827-$8., 1828-$8.
171. Charles F. Clewell, 1826-$6., 1827-$8., 1828-$8.
172. Stedson Bisbee, 1826-$20., 1827-$12.
173. John Weaning, 1826-$15., 1827-$12., 1828-$8.
174. Joseph Davis, 1826-$6.
175. John Best, 1826-$3., 1827-$6., 1828-$6.
176. Daniel McFaden, 1826-$15., 1827-$18., 1828-$16.
177. William Bateman, 1826-$3., 1827-$12., 1828-12.
178. Paul Washburn, 1827-$13.50.
179. George Nunamaker, 1827-$3., 1828-$3.
180. James Shubridge, 1827-$12., 1828-$6.
181. George Engles, 1827-$8., 1828-$6.
182. Thomas Steadman, 1827-$6., 1828-$15.
183. Joseph Spencer, 1826-$1.50, 1827-$3.
184. Horatio Hobbs, 1827-$9., 1828-$3.
185. John Cable, 1827-$6., 1828-$4.50.
186. George H. Butler, 1827-$1.
187. James Clarke, 1826-$5., 1827-$20., 1828-$20.
188. John Avis, 1827-$2.
189. Jacob Forman, 1827-$12., 1828-$16.
190. John Chapman, 1827-$4., 1828-$3.
191. James Near, 1827-$9.
192. Allen McBee, 1826-$4.50, 1827-$4., 1828-$4.
193. Jacob Mong, 1827-$5.
194. Abraham Berlin, 1827-$6., 1828-$1.50.
195. Isaac Jackson, 1827-$2., 1828-$4.
196. Joseph Taylor, 1827-$1.50.
197. Hiram McBride, 1827-$2., 1828-$4.
198. William Spencer, 1827-$4.50, 1828-$4.50.
199. Ferdinand Stephenson, 1827-$12., 1828-$21.
200. Samuel Kilham, 1827-$6., 1828-$12.
201. William Yeamans, 1826-$3., 1827-$4., 1828-$14.
202. Washington Busey, 1827-$8., 1828-$16.
203. Eli B. Cogsill, 1827-$2., 1828-$4.
204. Edwin Tucker, 1827-$6., 1828-$12.
205. George Brua, 1827-$8.
206. John Bowers, 1827-$2.50, 1828-$7.50.
207. Berryman Brua, 1828-$12.
208. James Cooke, 1828-$6.
209. Joseph Wright, 1828-$1.
210. Erasmus Bell, 1828-$3.
211. John Hall, 1828-$2.
212. Frederick Houk, 1828- $2.50.
213. Thomas Melvin, 1828-$4.
214. Israel Parsons, 1828-$5.

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