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Page 102 - He was graduated from the law department of the University of Virginia...
Page 59 - There was due the estate, $314.81. Jonathan Coburn was executor. Persons named in the settlement were Thomas Crawford, William Dean (Presbyterian minister), Garrett Decker, Thomas Dove, David Evans, Christian Evy, Henry Femster, George Sea, Frederick Sea, Henry Shepler, Abel Westfall, and Jacob Westfall.
Page 59 - In the property of James Coburn, who died in 1748, and whose mill has already been mentioned, the following items are spoken of: 22 horses, 20 cattle, 30 hogs, pewter dishes, tankard, razor, fleshfork, box...
Page 57 - F and the average frostfree period is about 155 days. The average date for the last killing frost in spring is May 8 ; that date for the first killing frost is October 10.
Page 76 - changes were made from time to time in the personnel of the staff of officers.