Warrantees of Land in the Several Counties of the State of Pennsylvania. 1730-1898 (Google eBook)

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W. S. Ray, state printer of Pennsylvania, 1898 - Land grants
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Page vi - March 22, 1820, formed from a part of Cumberland. 51. Philadelphia, one of the three original counties established at the first settlement of the Province. 52. Pike, March 26, 1814, formed from a part of Wayne.
Page iv - Northumberland, Lycoming and Huntingdon. 15. Chester, one of the original counties established at the first settlement of the Province. 16. Clarion, March 11, 1839, formed of a part of Venango and Armstrong, 17.
Page iv - COUNTIES. 1. Adams, January 22, 1800, formed of a part of York. 2. Allegheny, September 24, 1788, formed of a part of Westmoreland and Washington. 3. Armstrong. March 12, 1800, formed of a part of Allegheny, Westmoreland and Lycoming.
Page iv - Bucks County was one of the three original counties established at the first settlement of the Province of Pennsylvania, the other two being Philadelphia and Chester. See votes of the Assembly, Vol.
Page v - October 31, 1866. 28. Franklin, September 9, 1784, formed from a part of Cumberland. 29. Fulton, April 19, 1850, formed from a part of Bedford. 30. Greene, February 9, 1796, formed from a part of Washington. 31. Huntingdon, September 20, 1787, formed from a part of Bedford. 32. Indiana, March 30, 1803, formed from a part of Westmoreland and Lycoming. 33. Jefferson, March 26, 1804, formed from a part of Lycoming. 34. Juniata, March 2, 1831, formed from a part of Mifflin. 35. Lackawanna, August 21,...
Page iv - Lycoming. 4. Beaver, March 12, 1800, formed of a part of Allegheny and Washington. 5. Bedford, March 9, 1771, formed of a part of Cumberland. 6. Berks, March 11, 1752, formed of a part of Philadelphia, Bucks and Lancaster. 7. Blair, February 26, 1848, formed of a part of Huntingdon and Bedford. 8. Bradford, February 21, 1810, formed of a part of Luzerne and Lycoming.
Page v - Lycoming and Centre, 19. Columbia, March 22, 1813, formed of a part of Northumberland. 20. Crawford, March 12, 1800, formed of a part of Allegheny. 21. Cumberland, January 27, 1750, formed of a part of Lancaster. 22. Dauphin, March 4. 1785, formed of a part of Lancaster. 23. Delaware, September 26, 1789, formed of a part of Chester. 24. Elk, April 18, 1843, formed of a part of Jefl'erson, Clearfield and M'Kean.
Page v - ... formed from a part of Northumberland. 42. McKean, March 26, 1804, formed from a part of Lycoming. 43. Mercer, March 12, 1800, formed from a part of Allegheny. 44.
Page iv - Lycoming.' 9. Bucks, one of the original counties of the Province.! 10. Butler, March 12, 1800, formed of a part of Allegheny. 11. Cambria, March 26, 1804, formed of a part of Huntingdon, Somerset and Bedford. 12. Cameron, March 29, 1860, formed of a part of Clinton, Elk, McKean and Potter. 13. Carbon, March 13, 1843, formed of a part of Northampton and Monroe. 14. Centre, February 13, 1800, formed of a part of Mlfflin, Northumberland, Lycoming and Huntingdon.
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