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Table B - William Powell Patent

Note: in these deed histories distances are quoted in perches (p) of length 16.5 feet. Areas are quoted in acres (a) and square perches (p). There are 160 square perches to an acre. In a few cases roods (a quarter of an acre) are also used.

 

From

To

Date

Area

Cost

Reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

William Markham et al

William Powell, cooper

5/31/1688 (patent);

500a

 

6/9/1684 (warrant) – not found.  Patent A9-257

William Powell

William Cuarton

1701

200a

 

See table B.2

William Powell

Thomas Jerman

7/8/1701

300a

 

See table B.1


Table B.1 Thomas Jerman tract & first Great Valley Mill

 

From

To

Date

Area

Cost

Reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

William Powell

Thomas Jerman

7/8/1701

300a

 

A-178, see plan. Built Great Valley Mill around 1710

Thomas Jerman

Mary Walker, daughter

6/3/1740

300a

 

Will dated 4/1/1740

Thomas Jerman

 

1747

 

 

Died

Enoch & Mary Walker

Jerman Walker, eldest son

6/15/1754

300a

 

W2-153 & Common recovery?
& V2.323?

Jerman Walker

Charles Willing

6/17/1754

300a

£200

I-196 Mortgage


I-196 Mortgage. On 17 June 1754 Jarman Walker of Tredyffrin, yeoman, to Charles Willing of the City of Philadelphia, executor of the last will of Thomas Lloyd, late of the City, merchant, dec. Jerman Walker stands bound to Charles Willing for £400 conditioned on payment of £200 plus interest on 17 June 1755 (it being the proper monies & effects of Sarah Lloyd & Susannah Lloyd the children & devisees of the said testator who are minors under the age of 21 years). Now Jerman Walker to better secure said payment granted to Charles Willings a tract in Tredyffrin bounded by William Charton containing 300 acres & a water grist mill erected on said tract. Signed Jerman Walker. Delivered in the presence of Josiah Jackson, William Boddington & C. Brockden. Recorded 1754.

Jerman Walker

John Rowland

4/23/1755

73a & ½ mill
Part of 300a

£470

W2-508; see deed plan & table C.2

Jerman Walker

Joseph Sims

11/15/1760

123a & 104a

 

L-527 Mortgage

L-527 On 15 Nov 1760 Jerman Walker of Tredyffrin, yeoman, to Joseph Sims of the City of Philadelphia, merchant.  Jerman Walker stands bound to Joseph Sims for £200 conditioned on payment of £100 plus interest on 15 Nov 1761.  Jerman Walker to better secure said debt granted to Joseph Sims 2 tracts of land lying in Tredyffrin, one tract bounded by land of William Cuorton, the other tract, land Jerman Walker sold to John Rowland containing 104 acres & the other tract bounded by the first tract & land of John Rowland containing 123 acres.  Signed Jerman Walker.  Delivered in the presense of James Humphrey and Henry Burnett.  Recorded 9 Dec 1760.

Jerman Walker

David Jones

12/1/1763

125a

£645

A2-371

A2-371

Proprietors

Enoch Walker

12/14/1763

50a 20p

 

See Survey C234-296 and Patent book AA 5,418

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Jones

 

3/5/1767

170a

 

Pennsylvania Gazette

March 5, 1767    The Pennsylvania Gazette
To be SOLD, A Valuable plantation, containing 170 acres, situated in the Great Valley, Tredyfryn township, Chester county, about 20 miles from Philadelphia, 100 acres cleared, 40 acres of good watered meadow, by a creek called the Valley Creek; the whole in good repair, and under good fence; with a good stone dwelling house, a good new barn, and other out houses; there are quarries of lime stone on said plantation and lies within one mile of Lancaster road; the title is indisputable.  For terms apply to the Subscriber, living on the premises DAVID JONES.

David Jones & Lucy, his wife

Adam Rickenbacker (aka Rickabaugh)

8/15/1767

125a (part of 300a) and 50a 20p

£1400

A2-374; see table B.1.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adam Rickabaugh

 

1798

174a

 

Glass Tax

 

 

 

 

 

 

South of Swedesford Road

 

 

 

 

 

Jerman Walker

Thomas Jerman Walker

1/13/1770

 

 

Will (less 125a sold off, the north end, i.e. 175a); see Thomas J Walker deed plan

Will of Jerman Walker

Provides for maintenance of children Thomas J., Lydia, Mary & Sarah during childhood with his sister Mary.  To son Thomas Jerman Walker plantation where I now dwell in Treyffrin, formerly known as Thomas Jerman’s plantation, at 21.  Remainder to 3 daughters.

Thomas G. Walker

 

1798

100a + unknown

 

Glass Tax; south of Swedesford Road

Randal Evans

Thomas J. Walker

6/20/1812

 

 

G3-199; resolution of boundary dispute

Branch A

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas Jerman & Elizabeth Walker

Daniel Baugh

4/14/1814

 

 

 

Daniel Baugh

Richard Kelly

4/1/1815

 

 

 

Richard Kelly

William Henry

12/14/1816

4a 3r 8p

$850

N3-320

Hannah Henry et al (heirs of William Henry)

Joseph McClure

4/1/1854

4a 3r 8p

$900

W5-258; see table V.3

Branch B

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas Jerman & Elizabeth Walker

John Llewelyn

4/22/1802

69a 24p

£1296 7s 3d

W2-145

W2-145 … also the full & entire liberty & privilege of ingress, egress & regress to pass to and through said Walker’s other land to a certain ditch or race of water which turns said Walker’s tilt mill, for the purpose of leading water from and along said ditch or race to a bank of meadow, purchased by said Llewelyn from said Walker, 2 nights in every week from sun set to sun rise on Monday night & Saturday night in each and every week without let, hindrance, or interruption of him said Thomas Jerman Walker his execs., administrators, or assigns.
Subject to the reservation and privilege of a certain watering place on the aforesaid tail-race in a corner of a field adjoining to the road leading from the Swedesford Road to the turnpike road 12 ft. wide up and down said race or ditch.

John Llewelyn

Rebecca & Elizabeth Llewelyn (daughters)

4/20/1810

 

 

Died (letters of administration)

Rebecca & Elizabeth Llewelyn

Lewis Reece

4/22/1811

69a 24p

 

F3-457

F3-457

Thomas J. Walker

John Henry, smith

4/1/1811

50a & 10a

£1800

F3-234

F3-234

Enos & Ann Reece

Abner Cornog

4/1/1818

64¼a & 15½a

$7000

Y3-260

Y3-260

John Henry

 

1823

 

 

Will

Peter Jaquett & wife, Hannah Henry, Mary Henry

Abner Cornog

3/28/1836

50a & 10a

$5910

O4-211

Abner Cornog

 

1856

 

 

Died; will

E. G. Griffith

 

1860

 

 

Kennedy’s Atlas

Emmor G. & Martha (nee Cornog) Griffith

Mordecai D. Cornog

3/30/1861

Private road for 108p of land

 

R6-537

Emmor G. & Martha (nee Cornog) Griffith

Lewis D. Cornog

5/16/1871

60a

$10,200

R6-539

Admin of Lewis D. Cornog

Mordecai D. Cornog

4/3/1871

55a 159p

$10,005

A8-108

Mordecai D. Cornog

Admin of Lewis D. Cornog

4/3/1871

 

$3335

Mortgage W2-53

Mordecai D. Cornog & wife

William Templeton

4/2/1874

55a 159½p

$7160 & assumes mortgage

M8-125

William Templeton

Nathan Griffiths

6/6/1874

55a 159½p

$10,000

N8-222

William Templeton

John M. Wilson

1877

57a 106p

 

 

John M. Wilson

Charles Lyman

3/29/1880

57a 106p

 

G9-175; Mentions dam

 

Charles Lyman

1883

33a

 

Breou; northern tract

 

Nathan Griffiths

1883

77a

 

Breou; southern tract

 

Nathan Griffith

4/24/1908

73.279a

 

Survey Plan; reduction in acreage probably due to railroad


Table B.1.1 Rickabaugh tract

 

From

To

Date

Area

Cost

Reference

David Jones & Lucy, his wife

Adam Rickenbacker (aka Rickabaugh)

8/15/1767

125a (part of 300a) and 50a 20p

£1400

A2-374

A2-374

Jerman Walker

John Rowland

4/23/1755

73a & ½ mill
Part of 300a

£476

W2-508; see table C.2

W2-508

Jerman Walker ux

John Rowland

1762

½ mill

 

W2-505; See table C.2 for other Rowland purchase

Adam Rickabaugh

 

1798

174a

 

Glass Tax

William & Sarah Rowland

Adam Rickabaugh sr.

3/23/1799

31a 70p, part of 73a

£471 11s 3d

S2-194

S2-194

Adam Rickabaugh

Sons Adam, Jacob, & David Rickabaugh

3/22/1802

 

 

Will

John Penn et al

Adam Rickenbaugh (aka Rickabaugh)

12/5/1804

53a 75p

 

Y2-231

Executors of Adam Rickabaugh

David Rickabaugh

3/17/1808

55a 99p + 28a 150p (woodland) + 20a 91p (woodland - Charlestown)

£1010 16s 5d

C3-154

Executors of Adam Rickabaugh

Jacob Rickabaugh

3/8/1808

20a 48p + 32a 20p (Tred), 17a 121p (Charlestown)

£1165 3s 11p

C3-157

C3-157

Jacob Rickabaugh

Adam Rickabaugh

3/8/1808

53a 93p + 30a 106p (Tredyffrin) + 18a 29p (Charlestown)

£1,764 15s 3d

C3-160

Adam Rickabaugh

Nephew Adam Rickabaugh

2/23/1823

53a

 

Will

Adam Rickabaugh

George Clemens

4/5/1839

53a 93p

$7,250

Q4(88)-576

David Rickabaugh

George Rickabaugh

Died 2/7/1846

 

 

Will

George Rickabaugh

 

1855

 

 

Died

Heirs of George Rickabaugh

Jacob Rickabaugh

4/4/1862

32a 51½p & 17a 19p

$4647.01

V6-153

Dr. Jacob & Anna Rickabaugh

George Clemens

4/4/1862

8a 46p

$928.20

B9-152

George Clemens

 

1873

Saw mill

 

Witmer’s Atlas

Heirs of George Clemens

Jacob Clemens

3/21/1878

53a 93p & 8a 46p

$8500

B9-154; Mill & tract of land

B9-154

Dr. Jacob Rickabaugh

 

1883

88a

 

Breou

Jacob Clements

 

1883

53a

 

Breou; no mention of mill

Joseph Jeanes

 

1883

98a

 

Breou; both sides of North Valley road and a section south of  Swedesford Road

Jacob Clements

William Vance

1890

 

 

Mortgage?

Sheriff

Alfred P. Reid

1890

 

 

Docket #10, p 65

Alfred P. & Emma Reid

William Steele

4/1/1891

53a & 8a

$4500

T10-210

Jacob Rickabaugh

 

1897

SW

 

Railroad atlas

William Steele

 

1897

N

 

Railroad atlas; no mill

Joseph Jeanes

 

1897

SE

 

Railroad atlas

William C. Ferguson, trustee

William Steele

10/31/1898

4a

 

Y11-217

Jacob Rickabaugh

 

1900

 

 

Died

William & Mary Steele

Joseph S. Neff

4/5/1905

3 tracts

$10,000

P12-566

Joseph S. & Clare Ludlow Neff

Mifflin W. Huey

11/20/1905

3 tracts

$1

A13-146

Mifflin W. Huey

David M. Turner

11/28/1908

3 tracts

$1

S13-91

David M. Turner

Anna Rodman Huey

11/30/1908

3 tracts

$1

S13-94


Table B.1.1.1 Joseph Jeanes tract

 

From

To

Date

Area

Cost

Reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No Benjamin R. Evans purchase prior to 1830

Benjamin R. Evans

James Latta

4/4/1837

12a 141p

 

O4-473

James Latta

Lydia Latta

1837

 

 

died

Lydia Latta

David Rickabaugh

4/1/1842

12a 141p

$3210

U4-473

David & Mary Rickabaugh

Rebecca C. Bringhurst

3/26/1869

2 tracts

$6000

S7-15. Second tract from David Rickabaugh senior

Sheriff (Estate of Rebecca C. Bringhurst)

David Rickabaugh

 

 

$300

Sheriff’s Deed #7, 46

David & Margaret Rickabaugh

Nathan Pawling

3/5/1871

12a 141p + 12a

$5450

Z7-79

Nathan & Mary Pawling

Joseph Jeanes

3/14/1881

12a 141p

$3,300

H9-329

Joseph Jeanes

 

1883

98a

 

Breou; both sides of North Valley road and a section south of  Swedesford Road


Table B.1.1.2 George Clemens tract

 

From

To

Date

Area

Cost

Reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adam Rickabaugh

George Clemens

4/5/1839

53a 93p

$7,250

Q4(88)-576 (from above)

Elizabeth Clemens, David and Mary Louisa Clemens, John & Caroline Akins, Catherine Clemens, John & Caroline Clemens, Administrators of the estate of George Clemens

George Fulmer

3/28/1876

4a 107p

$443 53c

V6-463

Estate of George Clemens

 

1883

 

 

Breou’s atlas

David & Mary Louisa Clemens, William & Elizabeth Kipp, John & Caroline Akins, Jacob & Caroline Clemens

David McFarland

2/5/1891

25a 109p

$2,209 45c

A11-565

David & Mary McFarland

John Akins

2/20/1891

25a 159p

$2,209 45c

U10-293

John & Caroline Akins

George W. Bean

5/17/1893

25a 159p

$275

Z10-189

George W. & Annie Bean

Knickerbocker Lime Company

9/25/1896

25a 159p

$575

Y12-158


Table B.2 – William Cuarton tract

 

From

To

Date

Area

Cost

Reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

William Cuarton

1701

200a

 

Benjamin Smith map (Chester County Historical Society)

William Cuarton

Bertholomew Coppock (elder & younger), Jacob Simcock, Henry Lewis, George Maris, John Maris, Richard Maris, Isaac Taylor, Thomas Taylor, Thomas Peurson, Edward Daws, Daniel Williamson, Reese Henton, Even Lewis, George James, William Lewis, David Morris

 

 

 

Not effectively conveyed

Proprietors

David Powell

3/30/1708

50a

 

In right of Thomas Wynn’s 5000a.  Quoted by Benjamin Smith.

David Powell

James Parry

10/28/1709

50a

£8

F-68

F-68

F-68 Deed. On 28 Oct 1709 David Powell of Philadelphia, yeoman, to James Parry of the Great Valley in the County of Chester, husbandman. David Powell for £8 grant to James Parry a tract bounded by land formerly of William Powell & land of Thomas David containing 50 acres being part of 539 acres sold to David Powell by Jonathon Wynn son & heir of Thomas Wynn, dec., being part of his fathers original purchase. Signed David Powell. Delivered in the presence of Lewis Williams, Thomas Lloyd & Griffith Pritchard. Recorded 9 July 1740.

William Cuarton, Bertholomew Coppock et al

Thomas Hubbert

8/29-30/1712

200a

 

Lease & release. kept 100a; 100a to James Parry
South of Swedesford Road; see table B.2.1

Thomas Noland or Hobart (Hubbert?)

James Parry

1/20/1713

100a adjoining

 

 

James Parry

 

1715

 

 

tax

James Parry

 

1718

 

 

tax

James Parry

John Parry, son

10/1/1726 (probate)

 

 

Will A.198. Dated 12/28/1725

James Parry

 

1729

 

 

tax

James Parry

 

1730

 

 

tax

John Parry

 

1740

 

 

tax

John Parry

David Parry (brother)

8/6/1747

100a

 

Will dated 7/22/1747; proved Philadelphia

David Parry

Elizabeth Parry (wife, during her lifetime) Cabel Parry

 

100a

 

Will dated 2/22/1748

Cabel & Elizabeth Parry

Sarah Havard

6/23/1759

94a

 

L-324 Mortgage. 

L-324 On 23 June 1759 Caleb Parry of Tredyffrin, yeoman, & Elizabeth Parry, widow, to Sarah Havard of Tredyffrin seamstress.  Whereas Caleb Parry & Elizabeth Parry stand bound to Sarah Havard for £200 conditioned on payment of £100 plus interest on 23 June 1760. Caleb Parry & Elizabeth Parry to better secure said debt granted to Sarah Havard a tract in Tredyffrin bounded by land of John Gronow, Valley Creek, land of Jerman Walker, John Rowland, the Presbyterian Society, & the Swede’s Ford Road containing 94 acres.  Signed Caleb Parry & Elizabeth Parry.  Delivered in the presence of Samuel Havard & David Havard.  Recorded 12 Sep 1759.

Caleb Parrey

 

1760

150a

 

tax

Cabel & Elizabeth Parry

Joshua Parry, Blacksmith

2/9/1761

5a 25p

£25

S533; see table B.2.2

Elizabeth Parry, widow of David, Cabel Parry

John Maxwell

8/6/1762

195+a Except 6a 105p

 

Deed not found

Proprietors

John Maxwell

12/3/1762 or 3

60a

 

Patent AA 3-492

John Maxwell

David & John Maxwell

8/16/1781

 

 

Will; vacant land

John Maxwell

 

 

200a or 210a

 

Tax 1779 to 1791

John Maxwell

 

1798

208a

 

Glass tax

John Penn

David & John Maxwell

1804

52a 14p

$219 85c

Y2-212

Jane Maxwell, widow of John, John Maxwell, and Elizabeth his wife

James Sloan

4/11/1806

125a

£1818 15s

Z2-425; see table B.2.3 for continuation

John Maxwell

David Maxwell (brother)

1808

 

 

Will dated 6/23/1807

David & Elizabeth Maxwell

Samuel Jones of Pikeland, Blacksmith

4/2/1810

Farm of 92a + 42a 119p

 

F3-152

F3-152

Samuel Jones

Rachel (widow), Jonathan Jones (son), Mary Sloan & Ann Garber (daughters)

9/1/1827 (letters granted)

 

 

Estate #8123. Died intestate 8/15/1827.  Jonathan received mansion farm of 130 acres.

Execs of James Sloan

John W. McCurdy

7/18/1836

105a 3r

$8,460

G5-30; parts of Z2-425 and O3-183

Jonathan & Joanna Jones

Joseph Davis

4/1/1845

10a

 

B5-385

B5-385

Ann Garber

John Beaver

2/19/1851

108a - 6a

$6,120

M5-539; see Table D

Samuel Jones, trustee of estate of Jonathan Jones

John Acker

4/2/1860

92a 130p

$12,529

N6-347

Heirs of Jonathan Jones, Joanna, Rachel, Amanda, Mary, Samuel, Jonathan, and Judson Jones

Edward B. English of Philadelphia

2/10/1869

25a 140.25p

$2,540 44c

X7-379

Jacob S. Acker

 

1912

92a 130p

 

Atlas

aerial

1958 aerial photograph showing redevelopment of the farm

Table B.2.1 – Hubbert tract


 

From

To

Date

Area

Cost

Reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

William Markham et al

William Powell

5/31/1688

500a

 

Patent A9-557

William Cuarton, Bertholomew Coppock et al

Thomas Hubbert

8/29-30/1712

200a

 

Lease & release. kept 100a; 100a to James Parry
South of Swedesford Road

Thomas Hubbert

 

1715, 1718, 1719, 1720, 1722, 1724, 1725, 1726, 1729,

 

 

Tax

Thomas Hubbert

 

1739

 

 

Tax & Appears on survey

Thomas Hubbert

Stephen Hubberd, son

6/8/1749

253a

 

Original owned by Jim Reis 7/12/2017

Thomas Hubbert

 

1753

 

 

Tax

Stephen Hubberd

 

1753

 

 

Tax

Stephen Hubberd

 

1760

100a

 

Tax

Stephen Hubberd

Thomas & Elizabeth Davis

3/1/1762 probate

 

 

Will dated 12/30/1761

Stephen Hubberd Will
… I give and bequest all and every plantation land and premises whereon I now live to my sister Elizabeth Davis and to her male heir forever, that is to say to her son Thomas Davis in case he should live to come of age as aforesaid, and enjoy it, but, if he ye said Thomas Davis should die before them then I will and order all the said estate to desend to my cuzen John Campble and his heirs forever…

I do further give and bequeath to my said sister Elizabeth Davis all that piece of land lately purchased from John Boggs.

Elizabeth Davis

 

1765

100a

 

Tax

Elizabeth Davis

 

1767

100a

 

Tax

Thomas Davis

 

1773

 

 

Died; will dated 11/17/1772

Elizabeth Davis

 

1778

150a

 

Tax

Elizabeth Davis

 

1779

100a

 

Tax

Elizabeth Davis

 

1780

100a

 

Tax

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Campbell

 

 

 

No purchase deed found; no Campbell in Tredyffrin tax record or Glass tax

John Campbell

Mary Campbell

1/10/1780

 

£10

X-32; no description

Mary Campbell

 

 

 

 

No sale deed found.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth Davis

Elizabeth Smith

3/27/1794

 

 

Will; "… I give and devise all my real estate to my grand daughter Elizabeth Smith"; Smith not in tax record for this period as under age

Elizabeth Smith

 

1798

100a

 

Glass tax (neighbor David Davis – incorrect?)

William & Mary Cowen, daughter of Thomas Hubbert

William Harris

6/12/1801

 

$1000

T2-779; rights to plantation previously owned by Stephen Hubbert

Isaac & Elizabeth (nee Smith) Wayne & William & Mary Harris

John & David Maxwell

6/6/1808

166a 112p

£3125 12s 6d

C3-256

c3-256

John Maxwell

David Maxwell

1808

 

 

Will dated 6/23/1807

Sarah Evans, Robert J. & Elizabeth Evans

David Maxwell

8/5/1815

 

 

L3-474; spring

David Maxwell

Wife Elizabeth & 6 children

1818

 

 

Administration

Robert T. Evans & Dr. William Harris, administrators of the estate of David Maxwell

John Rickabaugh

5/24/1819

12a 131p + 6a 35p

$1,205 22c

Q3-514

Robert T. Evans & Dr. William Harris, administrators of the estate of David Maxwell

John Courson

5/24/1819

10a 154p

$273

R3-400

Robert T. Evans & Dr. William Harris, administrators of the estate of David Maxwell

William Scholfield

5/24/1819

5a 14p

$264 55c

R3-199

Robert T. Evans & Dr. William Harris, administrators of the estate of David Maxwell

John Dickinson

8/27/1819

5a 14p

$110 65c

W3-456

Cromwell Pearce, sheriff (John Maxwell)

Elizabeth & other 5 children

10/18/1819

 

 

Deed poll; 1/6 part

David & Letitia Maxwell

Mary Maxwell

9/1/1834

 

 

J4-287; 1/5 part

Thomas J. Maxwell

 

1834

167a

 

Advert for sale

from the American Republican  August 26, 1834
A first rate Valley Farm, at
PUBLIC SALE
Will be sold at Public Sale, on Thursday the 16th of October, A. D. 1834 at one o'clock P.M. on the premises, the following described property, situate in the township of Tredyffrin, in the County of Chester, and state of Pennsylvania, to wit, a certain messuage and plantation or tract of land, bounded by the Swedesford road on the North, and lands of David Rickabaugh and others on the east, Randall Evans on the south, Robert T. Evans and John G. Bull on the west, containing 167 ACRES

Divided into convenient fields by good fences, three hundred pannells of which are post and rails, lately set, twenty acres of said farm is of thriving timber, and ten of watered meadow. There are also thereon two hundred grafted apple trees, together with a variety of other fruit trees. The said farm is well watered by several springs, and by a little valley creek which passes through it. The buildings are a two story stone dwelling house, of good materials, well finished, 45 feet in front, by 35 in depth, with a nine foot entry on the ground floor, and five rooms on the second floor, with a good cellar under the whole. There is attached a good stone kitchen, 25 by 18 feet. The barn is of stone, well built, 70 by 40 feet, with an overshoot, and stabling under the whole, and barracks in the rear, there is a stream of water running through the barnyard. Also a stone chair house, stone hog house and stone springhouse, into which the water is conveyed by earthen pipes from an excellent spring, which does not flood by heavy rains. There is also on the said premises a good lime kiln, with an in exhaustible quarry of limestone of the best quality, at which an extensive business of burning lime has been done. The above premises are well adapted for either a grain growing, grazing or dairy farm, and is situated in a respectable neighborhood, convenient to the Pennsylvania rail road, places of public worship, schools and mills. The whole will be sold together, or in lots to suit purchasers. Two thirds of purchase money may remain in the property, if desired by the purchaser, secured by bond and mortgage on the same.
Purchasers wishing to view the premises previous to the day of sale will call on the subscriber residing thereon.
THOMAS J. MAXWELL.

Elizabeth Maxwell & 4 children

Abner Cornog

3/6/1835

166a 112p

 

L4-75

Abner Cornog

Mordecai Cornog

1856

 

 

Will

Mordecai Cornog

 

1883

146a

 

Breou’s Atlas

W. W. Davis

 

1897

 

 

Atlas

Harry W. Davis

 

1912

 

 

Atlas

Henry W. Davis

 

1933

 

 

Atlas


Table B.2.2 – Joshua Parry tract

 

From

To

Date

Area

Cost

Reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cabel & Elizabeth Parry

Joshua Parry, Blacksmith

2/9/1761

5a 25p

£25

S-533; see deed plan; included house

Joshua Parry

David Jones

8/21/1762

5a 25p

£160

S-536

David Jones

 

1765

10a

 

Tax; house & 10a; blacksmith, single man

David Jones

 

1767

110a

 

Tax

Lucy Jones, widow

Samuel Davis

10/7/1771

5a 25p

 

T-307

Samuel Davis

 

1778

 

 

Death; administration

Hannah Davis

 

1798

5a

 

One story stone house 30’ x 15’; tenant Jervis Hall

John Roberts

 

1873 & 1883

 

 

Witmer & Breou’s Atlases


Table B.2.3 James Sloan tract

 

From

To

Date

Area

Cost

Reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adam Rickabaugh

sons Adam, Jacob, & David Rickabaugh

1805

Land divided into 3 tracts

 

died

Jane Maxwell, widow of John, John Maxwell, and Elizabeth his wife

James Sloan

4/11/1806

125a

£1818 15s

Z2-425; from table B.2

Z2-425

John Maxwell, David & Elizabeth Maxwell

Jacob Rickabaugh

4/22/1806

13a

 

A3-66

Executors of Adam Rickabaugh

Jacob Rickabaugh

3/8/1808

20a 48p + 32a 20p (Tred), 17a 121p (Charlestown)

£1165 3s 11p

C3-157; from B.1.1

C3-157

Adam Rickabaugh

Adam Rickabaugh, nephew

1823

Farm where I now live

 

died

Jacob Rickabaugh

David Ruth, Jacob Beitler, Henry Detwiler, trustees appointed by Mennonist Society

8/5/1835

149p

$6

K4-322

K4-322

John & Samuel Sloan, executors of James Sloan et al

John McCurdy

7/18/1836

105 3r

$8,460

G5-30

G5-30

John McCurdy

John Sloan

9/1/1836

105a 3r

$8,460

G5-25

David McConkey & John Wersler, Executors of the will of Jacob Rickabaugh

Edward Scholfield

4/6/1846

109a 136p

$7,735 63c

D5-89

D5-89

Mary Sloan & James Parker, executors of the will of John Sloan

James Sloan

3/31/1857

105a 3r + 2a 30p

$12,098

E6-336

James, Isabella, & Mary Sloan

Christopher Garden

3/30/1863

105a 3r + 2a 30p

$11,880

U6-303

Edward & Hanna Scholfield

Christopher Garden

4/1/1863

109 136p

$9996 35c

U6-345

Christopher & Hannah Garden

Henry Gray

12/8/1866

105a 3r + 2a 30p + 109a 136p

$25,000

C7-224

Henry & Wilhelmina Gray

Archibold Russell

4/25/1868

109a 136p + 68.6p

$6,825 22c

N7-236

Archibold & Letitia Russell

Robert Tyson

5/1/1874

½ part of 109a 136p

$6,000

N8-817

Robert Tyson

 

1883

103a 3r 15p

 

Breou’s Atlas