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    Thomas Taggert, A Map of Washington County, 1859, Library of Congress.MSA SC 1213-1-471

    Thomas Taggert, A Map of Washington County, 1859, Library of Congress.MSA SC 1213-1-471
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    Celwicks & Brown Stockslager Derr Fiery, Mrs. Ridenour, J. Eakle, J. Shafer, J. Dorsey, J. C. Hager, J. Stouffer, J. W. Rowland, L. Dusing, H. Moler, John Schindel, Daniel Miller, M. H. Hager, John Beeler, D. Hager, J. Eyerly, H. Watts, Thomas B. Hager, Jonathan Shafer, G. Stonebreaker, J. W. Beeler, D. Bryan, F. Creek, John Hamilton, J. S. Hager, William Bovey, G. & J. A. Craley, S. Stockslager, J. Funk, M. Alter Krotser, Mrs. Beaver Hoover, E. Huyett, Mrs. Huyett, D. Spessard, J. Warvel Baker Stouffer, J. Stockslager, Jno. Myers, J. Rhinehart, H. Bovey, H. Wolf, J. Stouffer, J. Wolf, J. Gaithers, Miss Rowland, D. Harp, J. Mc Cauley, S. Huyett, D. Stotler, J. Stotler Mc Cauley, H. Mc Cauley, S. Winders, J. Landis, H. Middlekauff, J. Ruch, W. Newcomer, J. Doub, J. Fahrney, Dr. Adams, Mrs. Eakle, H. Newcomer, J. Funk, S. Mc Cauly, S. Young, E. Mac Coy, J. Emmert, S. Welsh Souths, G. Cheney, E. Breather, J. W. Emmert, Jos. (heirs) Bentz, Mrs. Creek, J. (and others) Stouffer, S. Hauck, Jacob South, B. Stockslager, P. Stockslager, C. Welty, M. Hoover, M. Hunter, R. Doubs Rowland, C. Adams, Mrs. Ingram, E. Troup, D. Doub, John Funk, John Witmer, B. Newcomer, J. Miller, John G. Clagett, Messrs. Kendle, Joh. Frankenberg Beckley, John Reach, A. Rowland, John Malott, B. Fiery, J. Malott Clagett Fiery, J. Clagett, Messrs. Harp, J. (heirs) Rowland, J. S. Eakle, J. Knode, William Fiery, W. Clagett, J. H. Knode Toms, J. Boteler, E. L. Funk (heirs) Lowman, J. B. James Friend, H. Hutzel, S. Rowland, J. S. South, G. (heirs) Miller, Jonathan G. Breathed, John W. Snodgrass, Mrs. Winters, Jacob Funkstown Turnpike to Sharpsburg Turnpike to Boonsboro Mill Road to Middletown