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    Simon J. Martenet, Martenet and Bond's Map of Montgomery County, 1865, Library of Congress, MSA SC 1213-1-464

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    Rhine, Jesse Molesworth, M. Molesworth, Joshua Moxley, R. Baker, A. Young, Henry White, W. Brown, Eph. Boyer, William Becraft, George Glagett, C. Baker, W.N. Boyer, G. Murphy, W.E. Maxley, H. Maxley, George Watkins, Grafton Sedgwick, Mrs. L. Etchinson, Elizabeth Watkins, Perry Day, Mary Moxley, Jno Etchinson, G.S. Watkins, L.M. Boyer, J. Moxley, Soph. Moxley, A. Brown, Josh Brown, Reuben Mullinix, A. Watkins, Richard Watkins, Caleb Brandenburg, William Bowman, W.H. Skipley, Larkin Mullinix, Jno. Lyddard, George Claggett, Elizabeth Baker, T. Walker, G.W. Boyer, Jno. Purdum, Jno. L. Burdell, J.W. (Residence) Hobbs, Samuel Day, Sarah Watkins, Samuel B. Warfield, H.G. Glaze, W.T. Warfield, H. Beall, E. Browning, J.L. Browning, L.M. Day, J. Hilton, Walter Warfield, Jno. Shekels, Richard Shekels, Richard Clayton, C. Beall, H.S. Smith, F.W. Walker, Mrs. A. Mount, L.E. (C. Shop?) Appleby, J.C. Warthen, N.B. Burdett, B. Gue, G.H. Harpwood, Joseph Duvall, Manne Griffith, L. 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