Dr. Rush's Ledger A, pp. 91-114

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

The ledgers and journals of some merchants and physicians of this period sometimes had notations of location and relationships alongside the entry of their client's name. The dates are the year the patient was first treated by the doctor. Original spellings are used and abbreviated names are spelled out when possible.

p. 91: 1770 Capt. James Montgomery -- married Capt. Bowes's Daughter; 1770 Archibald McElroy -- Barber; 1771 Mr. Joseph Serman (Sherman?) in 2nd Street

p. 92: 1770 Menard Keaneard -- Sail maker Keys Alley; 1781 John Kinnear -- corner of 3rd and Vine Street; 1770 Isaac Powell -- Joiner in Arch Street

p. 93: 1770 Mathias Aspden -- Merchant; 1774 William Forbes Cooper; 1780 Mr. Gamble -- pilot Alm'd Street; 1770 William Bartram -- Silversmith in front street; 1771 Thomas Kenty in water street; 1776 Stephen Shewell Jun'r in front street

p. 94: 1770 David MacMurtrie -- merchant; 1770 Capt. Agar lives at Mr. Casewells; 1774 Thomas Agar at John Davidson's sadlers; 1782 John Stamper opposite the new Market

p. 95: 1770 George Long -- shoemaker in Race Street; 1774 Mrs. Truss Mantua maker in Viddels Alley; 1775 Margaret Burgot -- in an Alley yt turns out of Moravian Alley into Third Street; 1778 David Tew -- Engraver; 1774 Capt. Benson in 2nd Street near the New Market

p. 96: 1770 John Towers -- Lombard Street; 1770 Capt. Robert Hardie (Hardy?) -- in Spruce Street

p. 97: 1770 Capt. Peter Long -- Front Street; 1770 Samuel Honeyman -- House Carpenter up Arch Street; 1778 Mr. Goodman (House Carpenter); 1770 Daniel Goodman -- Baker

p. 98: Widow Ranald in 2nd Street below Union Street; 1778 Widow Hamilton -- Corner of Catherine Street in Front? Street; 1770 John Gilbert in Vine Street; 1778 Mrs. Black Berry -- Walnut Street; 1775 David Cowpland (Chester County)

p. 99: 1770 Mr. John Philips in Front Street; 1770 Mr. Walker -- Andrew Caldwell's Relation

p. 100: 1770 William Oliphant -- School master; 1775 Mr. Milligan, Jun'r -- Brother to Milligan, merchant; 1770 Mr. Steel (Steele?) -- Taylor next to John Stille; 1775 Richard Renshaw in Lombard Street

p. 101: 1770 James Thompson -- Tavernkeeper; 1778 Thomas Stewart (Sail Maker); 1774 Mr. Leech -- Spruce Street -- Tide waiter; 1778 John Ashburn Almond St. -- Rigger

p. 102: 1771 Mr. Benjamin Loxley -- House Carpenter; 1778 Honerable Thomas McKean Esq'r [signer of Declaration of Independence; Chief Justice of Pa. at this time]; 1774 Mr. Andrew Carson -- Breeches maker; 1774 Miss B. Moore; 1774 Mrs. Elfreth 2nd Street 2nd Door above Elfreth's Alley

p. 103: 1771 Mr. Robert Ferguson -- merchant; 1771 Mr. Frazer Kinsley -- House Carpenter; 1771 Mr. John Pringle merchant

p. 104: 1771 Mr. Jeremiah Baker -- Northern Liberties; 1774 Tench Tilghman (Francis and Tilighman); 1778 C. W. Gillmore opposite ye State House; 1771 Widow Williams in Front Street; 1775 Ezekiel Letts -- Taylor in 3rd Street; 1774 William Stretch -- Hatter -- 2nd Street; 1778 Jacob Bankson -- Lawyer

p. 105: 1771 Mr. Samuel Garrigues -- Shop keeper; 1779 Capt. Palfrey -- Col. D'os Brother; 1774 Miss Campbell at Capt. John Eve's; 1782 Capt. Simmons (in Water St.); 1771 Mr. Garrison House Carpenter -- Water Street; 1774 Joseph Claypoole -- Hatter in Market Street

p. 106: 1771 Henry Croker -- Duch'n 7th Street; 1778 Capt. Cross (at ye Corner of Walnut St.); 1771 Capt. Dember -- Lieut in the Royal Americans; 1774 Mr. Noble -- at Mr. Lenoxes

p. 107: 1771 Benjamin Powell -- Joiner; 1779 Capt. Brewer -- married Miss Atkinson; 1779 Capt. Palfrey at Mrs. Danovon's (Donovan?) 1771 David Potts -- merchant; 1775 James Steuart (Stewart? Stuart?) -- merchant next door to C. Coxe's; 1774 George Napper -- Baker in front above Arch Street

p. 108: 1771 Mr. Somerville -- merchant; 1774 Miss Mary Ann Self at Jonathan Gostalowe's; 1774 Alexander Edwards -- Enochs father; 1771 Capt. William Long -- Capt. Peter Long's Brother; 1774 Charles Stow -- Taylor next Door; 1774 Amos Walker near the old China House; 1778 Mr. Carmichael Delegate

p. 109: 1771 Mr. William Cooper -- at the Ferry in the Jerseys; 1774 Mr. Lile (Lisle?) -- Mate of Capt. Hardie; 1775 Benjamin January -- Bookbinder; 1773 Mr. Parker -- Player

p. 110: 1771 Widow Duncon (Duncan?) 2nd Street

p. 111: 1771 Mr. Richard Renshaw Jun'r -- grasier; 1774 Benjamin Dean -- Dry Good Merchant; 1774 Mr. Carey -- Baker in Taylor's Alley; 1771 Mr. Thompson -- Irishman; 1774 Mr. Vanhausen -- Lees Alley in Black Horse Alley; 1778 Mr. Nixon Merchant front St.; 1774 Mrs. Forrest at the Black Boy and Trumpet

p. 112: 1771 Mr. Nicholas Fitzharris -- Painter; 1776 Mr. Beck -- taylor in front Street; 1774 Mr. Reeve -- Irishman -- Pine Street; 1771 Capt. William Montgomery -- Race Street -- Capt. Carlisle's Friend; 1778 Joseph Ellis at Mrs. Blackinberry's; 1774 William Beaven Corner of 2nd Steet and Elfreth's Alley; 1775 William Zane -- Jonathan Zane's Sen'r son.

p. 113: 1771 Mr. George Cleland -- lives at Mrs. Dewar's; 1772 Mr. Ad. Fornavon opposite the 2nd Presbyterian Church in 3rd St.; 1774 Benjamin Taylor front below South Street; 1779 Mr. John Woodward below Walnut Street; 1771 Miss Peggy Watson milliner in 2nd Street

p. 114: 1771 Capt. Wardner -- in Cooper Alley Arch St.; 1771 Mr. Robert Aitkin Sen. book seller

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