Charlestown

Table 9a Samuel Carpenter South West tract

From

To

Date

Area

Cost

Reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

?

Joseph Pidgeon et al

10/28/1701

5358a

 

Patent A2-208; subdivision of Pickering Mines

Sheriff

Samuel Carpenter

 

 

 

Book F, page 57. No Chester County deed; probably Philadelphia deed. Quoted in B2-379

Samuel Carpenter

 

4/7/1714

 

 

Died

Samuel Carpenter

 

1715

1620a

 

Tax return; not in 1722 tax returns; no Chester County will or administration

Hannah & Samuel (deceased) Carpenter of Philadelphia

Job Harvey

9/5/1724

 

 

M-390; release; Pickering Mines

Job Harvey

Presbyterian church

 

 

 

Meetinghouse lot; quoted in H2-210

Job Harvey

Job Harvey jr. and then grandchildren (Joseph and Samuel)

11/4/1750 (will)

 

 

will; SW part of tract; quoted in H2-210

Job Harvey

Samuel Harvey, eldest son

12/15/1762

 

 

Deed of surrender; quoted in H2-210

Samuel Harvey

Job Harvey, father

12/15/1764

36a 43p in total

 

Quoted in H2-210

Samuel Harvey

Job Harvey, father

12/22/1764

36a 43p in total

 

Quoted in H2-210

Job & Elizabeth Harvey

Amos Jones

5/12/1764?

 

 

Quoted in H2-210

John Morton, sheriff

Samuel Harvey

3/20/1767

38a

 

Deed poll; quoted in H2-210

Joseph Harvey

Samuel Harvey

10/14/1767

190a

 

B2-377; Release

Samuel & Martha Harvey

Amos & William Thomas

1/26/1771

144.25a including 38a

 

Quoted in W2-132; see Branch B

Amos & Ann Thomas & William Thomas, all of Vincent

Samuel Harvey of Charlestown

2/12/1771

144.25a

£300

R-318; mortgage

R-318

Samuel Harvey of Charlestown, fuller

John Hall of Springfield

4/29/1771

58.5a

£100

R-301; mortgage

Samuel Harvey

 

 

 

 

Died intestate

Martha Harvey, widow and administratrix of Samuel Harvey

John Longstreth

5/1/1784

58.5a

£510

B2-379

John & Jane Longstreth of Charlestown

Abraham Holderman of Charlestown

4/3/1792

57a 68p

£504 10s

H2-210; including fulling mill and dye house

H2-210

Abraham & Mary Haldeman

Llewellyn Davis

2/12/1806

57a 68p

$4,000

Z2-300

See Charlestown township description of the later mill.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Job Harvey (deceased) of Darby

Isaac David

5/14/1761

150a

£405

Z2-297; Charlestown

Z2-297

Elias Brown of Charlestown

Llewelyn Davis and George McElhenny of the same

1771a

101a

£188 2s 6d

R-325; mortgage

R-325

Peter Rambo

 

1778a (only year in taxes)

96a

 

Tax return

Peter & Ann Rambo

Elias Brown

4/12/1784

96.5a

 

quoted in G2-492; No Chester County deed found

William Gibbons (sheriff)

John Longstreth

5/31/1786

101a

 

quoted in G2-492; No Chester County deed found

Branch A

John Longstreth of Charlestown and Jane his wife

Abraham Holderman of Charlestown

4/1/1792

72a 121p, part of 101a and 96.5a

£272 16s 8d

G2-492

G2-492

Abraham Holderman

 

1799

112a

 

Tax return; Log/Stone Dwelling house 30' x 30'; Stone Dwelling house 12' x 15'; Log Dwelling house 20' x 22'; Log/Stone Barn 42' x 33'; Stone Grist Mill'; Frame Saw Mill

Abraham Haldeman

 

1827

 

 

died intestate

Abraham Haldeman, deceased

John Williams

3/28/1843

71a 15p

$3,184 44c

W4-334

W4-334

Henry Sloyer

 

1883

79a

 

Breou’s Atlas

Branch B

John Longstreth of Charlestown and Jane his wife

Joseph Bartholomew of Charlestown

4/1/1792

28a 116p, part of 101a and 96.5a

£177 1s 4d

L2-505

L2-505

Abraham & Mary Noblet; relationship with Joseph Bartholomew unclear.

William Kungle

4/1/1800

6a 9p + 4a 112p, part of 28a 116p

£110

W2-572

Samson Babb, sheriff (debt of William & Mary Kungle)

Henry Coffman

4/10/1822

9a 27p

$150

U3-340

Henry & Catherine Coffman

John Umpleby

8/23/1828

9a 70p

$200

Q4-691

James Wood, sheriff, debt of John Umpleby

John Williams

10/8/1845

9a 70p

$839

C5-58

Branch B.1

Joseph Bartholomew of Charlestown, a tailor, and Isabella his wife

Henry Koffman of Charlestown, smith

6/28/1798

8.25a + 10a + 3a 15p

£500

Q2-361; see M2-10 for purchase of 3a 15p

Q2-361

Henry Coufman / Coffman, smith

 

1799

15a

 

Stone Dwelling house 18' x 21';Stone Smokehouse 10' x 8'; Stone Smith Shop;
Log Barn 35' x 15'

Henry & Catherine Coffman

Julius Anderson

12/25/1804

10a 32.46p

£275

Y2-214

Julius & Harriett Anderson

Samuel & William Nixon

6/8/1812

10a 32.46p

$1,200

G3-175; see Martha Durant tract, branch C for disposition of Samuel Nixon’s property.

William & Martha Nixon

Samuel Nixon

4/8/1813

10 2.46p

$600

H3-86

Samson Babb, sheriff, debt of Samuel Nixon

Thomas Downing

5/11/1820

30a 128p

$400

Sheriff's deed 2-185

Sarah & George Downing, executors of the will of Thomas Downing

John Shimer

12/25/1829

30a 128p

$700

C4-230

John Shimer

Silas Gordan

3/21/1837

30a 128p

$1,625

O4-25

Silas & Mary Gordon

John Williams

3/9/1839

30a 128p

$1,800

Q4-430

John & Sarah Williams

John Sloan & James Clark

3/31/1847

23a 42p, part of 30a 128p

$2,800

D5-447

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

Ephraim Dunlap

3/31/1857

23a 42p + 22.3p

$4,750

E6-252; paper mill

Ephraim & Annie Dunlap

Jonathan Rees

3/31/1857

23a 42p + 22.3p

$4,850

F6-205

Jonathan & Susan Rees

Davis B. Williams

9/30/1865

23a 10p

$6,600

B7-247

Jonathan Rees

 

1873

 

 

Witmer’s Atlas; Paper mill

Davis B. Williams

 

1883

100a

 

Breou’s Atlas

Jonathan Rees

 

1883

120a

 

Breou’s Atlas; paper mill

 

 

 

 

 

 

Branch C

William Robeson, yeoman of Charlestown

John Robeson, carpenter

4/1/1801

18a 100p

£93 2s 4d

W2-133

W2-133

John Robeson, merchant

James Bodley, carpenter

7/10/1802

18a 100p

£525

W2-132

James & Sarah Bodley

William Quay

1/25/1804

18a 100p

£260

X2-339

William Quay, mason of Philadelphia and Sarah, his wife

John Showalter of Pikeland, smith

4/3/1804

18a 100p

£304 10s

Y2-47

John Showalter, blacksmith of Charlestown, and Sarah his wife

George March, weaver

4/7/1819

18a 100p

$900

Q3-456

George & Catharine March of Pikeland

John Funderwhite junior

4/1/1820

18a 100p

$975

T3-347

John Funderwhite

 

1836

 

 

died intestate, see O4-157 for another tract

Robert Irwin, sheriff

Robert Hughes

11/9/1835

18a 100p + 1a

$800 (18a) + $29 (1a)

Sheriff’s deed 4-155

Robert & Elizabeth Hughes

Isaac King

4/2/1840

18a 100p

$1,300

T4-530

Isaac & Anne King

Ezekial & Sarah Auld

4/5/1851

18a 100p

$1,700

O5-119

Ezekial & Sarah Auld

Henry Sloyer

3/25/1858

18a 100p

$2,500

I6-276

Henry Sloyer

 

1883

79a 3r 3p

 

Breou’s Atlas; see David tract for another part of this property

Branch D - Amos Thomas tract

Amos Thomas

William Thomas

2/9/1783 (will); 11/6/1790 (probate)

 

 

died. To son William Thomas all real and personal estate

William Thomas

William Robison

7/24/1798 (will); 11/20/1798 (probate)

 

 

died. 'To nephew William Robison all lands

William Robinson, carpenter

 

1799

130a

 

Tax return; Stone Dwelling house 28' x 22'; Stone Kitchen 17' x 29'; Stone Springhouse 10' x 12'; Log Dwelling house 14' x 16'; Stone Barn 28' x 48'

Daniel High & Barbara Robinson, administrators of the estate of William Robinson

Joseph Conard

4/1/1819

107a 57p, part of 144.25a

$4,294

P3-278

P3-278

Joseph Conrad

 

1833

 

 

died

Samson Babb, Sheriff (estate of William Robeson)

Matthias Pennypacker & Elijah Funk

11/4/1822

107a

 

 

Matthias & Sarah Pennypacker; and Benjamin & Ann Funk

Mary & Margaret Robeson

11/20/1826

107a 56p

$2,460

Z3-256

Mary Robison & John & Margaret Hawke

George Young

4/1/1829

107a 56p

$3,000

B4-551

William Little (administrator of the estate of George Young)

Peter E. Deery

4/4/1851

108a 49p

$5,009 16c

P5-176

Peter Deery

 

1883

118a 19p

 

Breou’s Atlas