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Dr. Rush’s Ledger A, pp. 31-45

ByCarol Eddleman

Jan 5, 2011

p. 31: 1769 Robert Smith, Hatter in Market Street; 1770 Capt. Sowder in Water Street; 1770 Mr. Laycock — lives at Capt. Carlisles (David Hall’s brother-in-law)

p. 33: 1775 John Fearis (Ferris?) — Painter — ye Corner of 2nd and South Streets; 1771 Widow Morgan — up 2nd Street; 1775 Mr. Smith at Lougheads; 1779 Mr. George McCall — Penn Street; 1771 Widow Peters — Front street

p. 34: 1771 Mr. Prideaux of the 18th Regiment; 1771 Mr. John Carson at John Ords

p. 35: 1776 Mr. Daniel Meridith — B. founder 2nd Street; 1779 John Young Senr. 2nd Street; 1776 Gilbert Green in Callowhill Street by the Wharf; 1775 Mr. Perkins at Barkers, a Gun Lock maker

p. 36: 1769 George Robinson — married Widow Harper; 1770 Jacob Weaver — Tanner up Front street

p. 37: 1769 Mr. John Davidson — sadler in Market street; 1771 Mr. Paul Fooks — Front Street

p. 38: 1769 Nicholas Coxe — Chocolate maker in Arch street; 1775 Mr. Hand — at Guerneys; 1775 Thomas Laurence Esquire — Arch Street; 1775 John Knowles — opposite Black Horse Alley; 1778 John Davidson — Sadler in Market St.

p. 39: 1771 Isaac Jones — Tabacconist in Front St.; 1775 Mrs. Massey — a Widdow in Norris Alley

p. 40: 1771 Mr. Thomas White — water street below the Draw Bridge; 1779 Christian Honey — Sadler in 6th Street; 1771 Mr. Mathias Keen — 2nd Street — Sexton to St. Paul’s church; 1776 Capt. Leech in Chestnut Street

p. 41: 1769 Enoch Hughs (Hughes?) — Painter in Water Street; 1770 Mr. Evans — Street Commissioner Front Street

p. 42: 1776 Mr. Rockwell — Cardmaker in front Street; 1770 George Flanagan — in Gloucester County New Jersey

p. 43: 1769 Nicholas Loyd (Lloyd?)– Joiner in front street

p. 44: 1769 James Claypool — Painter in Walnut Street; 1776 Capt. Papley at Mrs. Dewars in 2nd Street

p. 45: 1779 John Wier — Brass founder — Norris’s alley

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