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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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    Kinnel, William Holland, B. Nicholson, Z. Johnson, Bery Pearre, S.E. Johnson, Robert Johnson, Joseph Hershey, Chris R. Nicholson, Leander Clements, P.M. Pearre, Jas. Thompson, William Hodges, Mrs. Hodges, Thos. Harding, Benj. Ward, T. Ways, L. (Heirs) Welting, Jno. Hershey, C.B. Nicholson, Baker Nicholson, Mrs. A. Harris, Norris Beall, Rufus Price, D. Price, William Jones, Mrs. Ann Pyles, Jno. Hays, S.S. Holmes, N. Read, Mrs. N. Nichols, E. Hays, Mrs. E. Plummer, Mary Plummer, Sarah White, W.B. Appleby, N.W. Scholl, Henry Hempstone, Mary Gott, J.C. Cartzendafner, E.C. White, Richard G. Carlisle, J.A. Price, Daniel Harding, Richard Dickinson, N.C. Belt, L. Price, D. (Factory) Sellman, W.T. Sellman, W.T. Sellman, W.O. Gott, Mary E. Trundle, Emily A. Jones, R.H. Trundle, Clarissa Shreve, Benj. Trundle, James Jones, Leon. Jones, Jno. A. Fisher, Mrs. Mary Hillard, Jno. Webster, Geo. King, W.W. Brewer, Geo. Hillard, J. Poole, W.W. Poole, W. Awkard, Revd. E. Beall, Grafton Jones, William Johnson, W.J. Beall, Lemuel Rolinger, W. Trail, Rich Griffith, H. Miles, Edw. Lawman, J. Bowman, Fred Browning, M. Earp, Mrs. W. Leapley, Jno. Turner, Mrs. R.B. Knott, Mrs. S.L. Sellman, Wm. O. Lynch, J.T. Lawman, Chas. Heisler, F. Austin, Jno. Grant, Robt. Reid, Jno. A. Darby, Jno. W. Darby, Jno. W. Grant, William Hoyle, Mrs. Ann Umstadt, R. Jones, Mrs. T. Leapley, Geo. McAtee, J.W. White, Nathan S. White, Joseph C. Gott, B.C. Dade, Col. Robert Camden, Mrs. Clements, Howard Nichols, R. Reid, Th. Duley, E.G. Nichols, Mrs. C. Hoyle, John Dade, Alex. Smith, Chas Rinehart, L. Stongs, Mrs. (Blacksmith Shop) Snyder, Jacob Richter, C. Richter, H. Bennett, R.H. Hawkins, Mrs. E.A. Bowie, Washington Kinney, Silas Dawson, J.M. Snyder, Jno. Thrift, R.G. Page, Mithl. Taney, Jos. A. Clopper, F.C. (Grist and Saw Mill) Williams, Henry Cromwell, Richard Gassaway, Jno. H. Thompson, Martin Pumphrey, R. Henfman, A. Robinson Higgen, Mary Hall, J.W. Warfield, Edwin Dawson, Americus Brewer, Joseph (Heirs) Dawson, Randolph Dawson, Mrs. Sirene Rawlin, Thos. Brewer, Dr. Nicholas Piles, Hilary Dawson, Jas. M. Dawson, Mrs. S. Dyson, Daniel Dyson, Mrs. T. Allrutt, Nath. Stang, Mrs. Jos Dalzell, William Brewer, Jno. Darby, Samuel Stallins, Richard Hempstone, Armistead Brewer, Dr. William (Heirs) Bruner, Jos. Viers, Jno. T. Poole, Dr. T. Poole, Thomas Fletchall, J.T. Leonard, J.A.B. Poole, W.W. Jones, W.T. Chiswell, G.W. Matthews, W. Cooley, Robert Talbott, Henry O. Young, Benj. White, B.F. Pleasants, B.B. Pleasants, Basil B. Pleasants, W.H. Young, Henry Jones, Jno. L.T. Poole, Benj. Walker, James Young, Mrs. S. Young, David Philips, Matilda Young, Isaac Benson, J.B. Miles, H. Cissel, M. Byrd, Jno. Darby, George Allnutt, Mrs. Barb. Allnutt, Benj. Vinson, N.B. Allnutt, Benoni Vinson, Dr. William B. Peter, Jno. P.C. Peter, Thos. Slehmaker, W.D. Darby, Epion Senecal Dyson, Joseph Dawson, Joseph (Grist and Saw Mill) Dawson, Geo. Vinson, William B. Allnutt, Benoni Dawson, Joseph N. Peter, W. Pleasant, Mrs. Jane Peter, George Padget, Jno. Peter, George W. Peter, Robert Pleasant, Mrs. Jane Bowes, Washington Dicks, Robert Webb, Mrs. Allnutt, Jno. H. Jarboe, Samuel Brewer, Dr. N. White, Joseph Conelley, Barbary Jarboe, Samuel Spates, George W. Roblinson, W. White, Dr. S.N.C. (Heirs) Chiswell, Mrs. M.E. Viers, Jesse T. William, Mrs. Jno. Williams, R.W. Metzger, William Fletchull and Hoskenson (Store) Fisher, Martin Dade, Jno. H. Aud, Garey Talbott, Benson White, Benj. Young, Jno. (Residence) Hickman, William Dick, Robert Astlin, Richard Elgin, C. & J. Young, Samuel C. Trundle, Perry L. Poole, Jno. W. Jones, Jno. Dunlap Vinson, Jno. T. White, Daniel White, P.R. Rainsburg, D.T. White, B.R. Smoot, Robert Axley, Thomas Viers, W.F. Offutt, Elizabeth Metzger, W. Butler, Chas. Waters, Dr. F. Darby, Thos. D. Eyffe, L. Poole, Fred S. Jones, Thomas Wood, Chas. Allnut, Mrs. Ann Huges, William Chiswell, W.A. Hall, T.R. Hughes, Mrs. J. Goll, Thos. Poole, Regind Methodist Protestant Church Sellsman, W.O. Hays, I. School House Harris, C. (Store) Andrews, J. Barnesville P.O. Methodist Episcopal Church Store and Post Office School House Catholic Church Hempstores and Company Oakland Mills Post Office Lock Keeper Little Monocacy Saw and Grist Mill School House Saw and Grist Mill School House Beallsville Medley's Hill Blacksmith Shop Blacksmith Shop Store Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Marble Quarry Marble Quarry Abraham Branch Saw and Grist Mill Cabin Branch Broad Run Baptist Church Town Hall Methodist Episcopal Church Poolesville P.O. Darbys Grist and Saw Mill School House School House Baptist Church Little Seneca Creek Saw and Grist Mill Russells Branch Leas Quarry ? Sunc Stone ? 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