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    Hazelhurst, H. Thomas, A. Brown, Rev. R. (heirs) Whipps, W. Harman, W. (wheelwright) Whipps, W. (blacksmith) Gaither, G.R. Gaither, T.H. Williams, B. Gaither, G.R. Dorsey, C. Jr. Sunderland, B. Sunderland, B. Fisher, A. Nabb, Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Shipley, J. Hammond, Major C. Haynes, W. Fiedelhause, B. Schmds, H. (shoemaker) Ridgely, J. Wells, J. Connolly, M. Davis, J. France, S. France, S. Burchall, W. Wealand, D. Fowler, W. Jordan Zellman, H. Nabb, Mrs. Buckingham, M. Ellicott Baltzell, P.C. Baltzell, P.C. Gambrill, C.A. Earp, Amos Smith, A. Burnett, N. Goudy, Susan White, C.R. Hammond, Cha. Mullineaux, B.R. Ijams, J.P. Mullineaux, B.R. Alhers, K. Kyne, P. Bostick, R.B. Hanson, Cha. G Jackson, Rev. W.G. Murray, F.K. Jackson, Rev. W.G. Dobbin, G.W. Dobbin, W.B. Worthington, Mrs. Kyne, P. Harman, F.G. Adams, J.C. Plummer, W. Hagaman, C. Petticord, J. Worthington, G.Y. Dorsey, Dr. Dorsey, Dr. Hopkins, Dr. J. Hall, Dr. Jas. Shultz, B. Talbott, W.A. (heirs) Levering, T.W. Donaldson, T. Lalrobe, J.H.B. Bryan, S. (wheelwright) Newton, T. (blacksmith) Rowles, C. Phelps, J. (blacksmith and wheelwright) Rowles, J. Yewell, J.F. Hobbs, G. Weaver, J. Talbott, A. (heirs) Tyson, Jas. Dykus, J.R. Kyne, P. Plummer, W.W. Plummer, W.W. Boyer, L.H. Harman, E.G. Hartke, Jos. E. Hartke, Jos. E. (blacksmith) Hartke, Jos. E. Bell, J.S. Birkhead, J.H. Adams, Jas. C. Evans, R.H. (of Baltimore Co.) Mellman, R. Hubbell, Eb. (of Baltimore) Cooper, A. Brown, L. Love, (shoemaker) Hopkins, S. Hopkins, S. White, T. Berry, W.W. Wilson, Robert Shibley, Mrs. Krupff, Jacob Harman, Fred G. Iglehart, Richard Cook, Dr. Haines, J. Haines, J. Worthington, A. Dorsey, R. Sr. Brown, S. (heirs) Dorsey, R. Jr. Gray, Hezek Dorsey, W.B. (homestead) Brown, L. Brown, L. Lilly, R. Frost, E. Dorsey, H. (homestead) Graham, Miss. H. Dorsey, W.B. Dorsey, R. Jr. (homestead) Watkins, T. Harding Wells, N. Painter, J. Evans, R.H. Pfeiffer, J.E. Miller, G. Smallwood, C. Pfeiffer, G.E. Gerweig, C. Besler, A. Besler, F. Cooling, J.T. Peiree, M. Peiree, M. Tubman, Theodore Paran, H. Donovan, Dav. Rowles, William Hopkins, S. Ridgely, W. (of Washington) Dorsey, A (heirs) Ridgely, W. (of Washington) Cole, Jos. Hammond, Matilda Carr, L. Worthington, C.G. Stewart, C. Stewart, C. Diggs, R.H. Berry, Jerome C. Nelson, N. Berger, Rev. A.J. Penny, Henry A. Owings, Major H.H. Spedden, Major Ed. (of Baltimore) Berry, Jerome C. Deacon, William Wood, William Cronmiller, Dr. Waters, Dr. J. Dorsey, B. Morrison, W. Warfield, William Collins, Eph. Murray, Ed. Rowles, Jno. Wilson, Richard Clark, Jno. Warfield, Jno. Worthington, Dr. T. Gorman, P. Holt, B.S. Hop, William E. (wheelwright) Schroeder Wolfington Cronmiller, Dr. Blue, Joel Blue, Joel Ketlewell, J. Marriott, J. Ketlewell, J. Marriott, J. Slater, Jno. Warfield, Seth W. Welsh, Warren Warfield, S.W. Wells, Thomas W. Ketlewell, Jno. Renn Wells, R. Sr. Welsh, Amos W. Kilbourn, E.G. Moore, Mrs. Hail, Jas. Marley (heirs) Filmore Griffith, T.D. Newton, W.S. Harding, Asbury Denmead, Henry Chambers, Thomas Miles, Benjamin Miles, Thomas Miles, Thomas Richardson, W.L. Bell, Zeb. Bond, Thomas Saunders, James Penn, J. Batterill, William Ober, G. Ober, G. Cole, A. Holland, J. Simpson, T. Cissel, Sam Kennedy, W. Wheeler, G. Wheeler, G. Holland, J. Conway, R. Wade, M. White, Capt. Ward, Mrs. Owens McDade, H. White, Capt. Matthews, Jas. White, T.J. Hamilton, G.W. Harvey, L. Colineau, L.G. Latchford, G.D. Latchford, Francis Latchford, Jno. Thompson, J.C. Dorsey, N.E. Stewart and Peterson (of Philadelphia) King, William F. Harvaculter, F. Duvall, W.R. (shoemaker) Monday, Rachel Fisher, N.H. Haslup (heirs) Haslup (heirs) Haslup, C.G. Dorsey, E.N. Haslup, C.G. Harvaculter, F. Keonar, J. Marriott, Rngh. Haslup (heirs) Haslup, Lewis Pitt, W. Burgee, E. Baker, J. Waters, Dr. J. Haslup, W.S. Gardiner, Rev. J.S. Hays, Dr. Harman, Jas. Tooles, M. Griffith, R. Cook, William Griffith, R. White, Dr. F.F. Anderson, R.N. Anderson, J. King, Mrs. (of Baltimore) Bouldin, R. Rowe, T. Hays, D. Hays, D. Lewis (of Baltimore) Kermode, J. Care, R. Brickhead, J. Slemmer, Capt. L. Jess, E. Birckhead, Dr. Birckhead, Dr. Mars, Jas. Riemensnyder Hoogewerf Madden, S. Otten, H. Curtis, J. Poulton, C. Shop, Blade S.