Dr. Rush's Ledger A., pp. 76-90

Created: Thursday, 06 January 2011 Last Updated: Wednesday, 26 February 2014 Written by Carol Eddleman Print Email

p. 76: 1770 Thomas Haslewood -- Wood Corder in Race Street; 1770 John Lisle -- Breeches Maker in 3rd Street; 1778 George Bright married Capt. Moulders Daughter; 1774 Mr. John Frise (Fries?) -- Merchant -- Race Street

p. 77: 1770 John Stille -- Taylor in Front Street; 1770 John McCalla -- Taylor in 2nd Street; 1774 Mr. Daily Dancing Master; 1778 Capt. Simmons at Kingcess

p. 78: 1776 Mr. Coe married Mrs. Watkins daughter; 1771 Mr. John Hoover -- Christian Street; 1774 John Cole -- Coates's Alley; 1770 Mr. Caruthers in 3rd Street; 1770 Betsy Devonshire Simpstress in Race Steet; 1771 John Cannan (Canaan? Cannon?) Taylor

p. 79: 1770 John Kidd -- Shopkeeper in 2nd Street; 1774 Nathan Jones Scrivener; 1770 John Hall -- Cooper in front street; 1775 William Malsey in Church Alley

p. 80: 1770 Benjamin Shoemaker -- House Carpenter in 7th Street; 1774 Daniel Scalenger  Pilot Shippen Street; 1770 Capt. Davidson -- in Front Street

p. 81: 1770 Mr. Banks -- Coach maker next to Miss L. Hyde's; 1774 Mr. Sinclair Vine Street; 1774 Mrs. Cross (George's Widow Two Doors above T'd Whites's); 1770 Robert Porter -- sadler in Market Street

p. 82: 1770 John Purden -- storekeeper front Street by the bridge; 1770 Mr. Casewell in Front Street; 1771 Mr. Robert Hunter -- Shopkeeper Front Street

p. 83: 1770 Thomas Keats Shopkeeper in 3rd Street; 1776 Mrs. Keats (Thomas's widow); 1770 George Jenkins -- Joseph J's Brother; 1774 Jonathan Hunn partly opposite to the St. Patrick; 1771 Mr. David Evans -- House Carpenter

p. 84: 1774 James Sterling from Burlington at J. Hunter's; 1778 Mr. Lehi Commissary at Price's Tavern

p. 85: 1770 Christian Phis (Fiss?) -- Fan maker in Spruce Street; 1770 Capt. Burrows Married Widow Sherlock; 1772 John Anderson over the Drawbridge formerly Tavern keeper

p. 86: 1774 John King House Carpenter Lombard Street; 1770 Mr. Perry married Widow Kerr's Daughter; 1771 Mr. Philip Wirt Christian Street

p. 87: 1770 Benjamin Barger -- Shoemaker in Moriss? Alley; 1771 Mr. Lewis -- lived at Mr. Moodeys (Moody's?); 1774 Capt. Alibone Corner of Front and Callowhill St.; 1770 James Huston -- Tavern keeper in 2nd Street

p. 88: 1770 Widow Allison -- Widow White's Daughter; 1776 Mr. John George printer; 1770 Miss Jenny Annis -- widow Pearse's sister

p. 89: 1770 Henry Shearman (Sherman?) -- Turner in 2nd Street; 1774 Charles Rudolph Shoemaker Chestnut Street; 1770 Widow Bayle -- Widow Murdoch's Daughter in 2nd Street; 1776 Mr. Houghton -- Upholsterer; 1778 Mrs. Norris Walnut St.

p. 90: 1770 William Richards -- Breeches maker in Market Street; 1770 Widow Coats in 2nd Street