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41. M'Kean, March 20, 1814, formed from a part of Lycoming. 42. Mercer, March 12, 1800, formed from a part of Allegheny. 43. Miflin, September 19, 1789, formed from a part of Cumber

land and Northumberland. 41. Monroe, April 1, 1836, formed from a part of Northampton and

Pike. 43. Montgomery, September 10, 1784, formed from a part of Phila

delphia. 46. Montour, May 3, 1850, formed from a part of Columbia. 47. Northampton, March 11, 1752, formed from a part of Bucks. 48. Northumberland, March 27, 1772, formed from parts of Lan

caster, Cumberland, Berks, Bedford and Northampton. 49. Perry, March 22, 1820, formed from a part of Cumberland. 50. Philadelphia, one of the three original counties established at

the first settlement of the Province. 51. Pike, March 26, 1814, formed from a part of Wayne. 52. Potter, March 26, 1804, formed from a part of Lycoming. 53. Schuylkill, March 1, 1811, formed from a part of Bucks and

Northampton. 51. Snyder, March 2, 1855, formed from a part of Union. 55. Somerset, April 17, 1795, formed from a part of Bedford. 56. Sullivan, March 15, 1817, formed from a part of Lycoming. 57. Susquehanna, February 21, 1810, formed from a part of Lu

zerne. 58. Tioga, March 26, 1804, formed from a part of Lycoming. 59. Union, March 22, 1813, formed from a part of Northumber

land. 69. Venango, March 13, 1800, formed from a part of Allegheny

and Iycoming. 61. Warren, March 12, 1800, formed from a part of Allegheny and

Lycoming. 62. Wayne, March 21, 1796, formed from a part of Northampton. 63. Washington, March 28, 1781, formed from a part of Westmore

land. 64. Westmoreland, February 26, 1773, formed from a part of Bed

ford, and in 1785 part of the purchase of 1784 was added

thereto. 65. Wyoming, April 4, 1842, formed from a part of Luzerne. 66. York, August 19, 1749, formed from a part of Lancaster,

Organization of Counties and County Towns in

Pennsylvania.

COUNTIES.

formed, When

COUNTY TOWNS.

laid out, When

Chester.. Bucks Philadelphia Lancaster. York Cumberland Berks Northampton.. Bedford. Northumberland Westmoreland. Washington Fayette Franklin Montgomery Dauphin Luzerne. Huntingdon Allegheny Delaware Mifflin..... Somerset Lycoming. Greene Wayne Armstrong Adams Butler... Beaver Centre Crawford Erie Mercer Venango Warren Indiana Jefferson, M'Kean Potter ... Tioga Cambria Clearfield Bradford.. Susquehanna Schuylkill. Lehigh

1682 West Chester. 1682 Doylestown 1682 Philadelphia. 1729

Lancaster. 1749

York 1750

Carlisle 1752 Reading 1752 Easton 1771 Bedford 1772 Sunbury. 1773 Greensburg 1781 Washington 1783 Uniontown 1781 Chambersburg 1781 Norristown 1785 Harrisburg 1786 Wilkesbarre 1787 Huntingdon 1788 Pittsburg 1789

Media .. 1789 Lewistown... 1795 Somerset 1796 Williamsport 1796 Waynesburg 1796

Honesdale .. 1800 Kittanning 1800 Gettysburg 1800 Butler.. 1800 Beaver 1800 Bellefonte. 1800 Meadville 1800

Erie. 1800 Mercer 1800 Franklin 1800 Warren 1803 Indiana 1804 Brookville 1804 Smethport 1804 Coudersport 1804 Wellsboro 1804 Ebensburg 1804 Clearfield 1810 Towanda 1810 Montrose. 1811 Pottsville 1812 Allentown

1735 1778 1682 1730 17441 1751 1748 1738 1766 1772 1782 1782 1767 1764 1781 1785 1783 1774 1765 1749 1790 1795 1796 1796 1826 1804 1780 1800 1791 1795 1795 1795

1803

1795 1795 1805 1830 18:17 1807 1806 1805 1805 1812 1811 1816 1751

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County Surveyors whose Election or Appointment

by Court has been Officially Reported to the Department of Internal Affairs.

COUNTIES.

NAMES OF SURVEYORS.

POST OFFICES.

Adams... Allegheny Armstrong Beaver. Bedford Berks Blair.. Bradford Bucks Butler Cambria.. Cameron Carbon Centre Chester Clarion. Clinton Clearfield. Crawford Columbia.. Cumberland. Dauphin. Delaware. Elk Erie fayette, Forest Franklin Fulton Greene Huntingdon. Indiana.. Jefferson Juniata Lancaster

John G. Brinkerhoff ... John B. Stilley* R. S. Slaymaker James Harper.. Joseph Barkman. Daniel S. Zacharias John M. Gibboney George V, Myer Charles B. Savage*, F. Wilt.... Henry Scanlan S. T. LeBaron J. C. lauder Joseph Devling W. Shaner Chrisman. Samuel Conner* John L. Eckel Samuel F. M'Closkey Thos. Van Horn Isaac A. De Witt Robt. C. Lamberton Wm. H. Ulrich..

George Walmsley
George Platt
Andrew J. Gilmore
Samuel D. Irwin*
John W. Kuhn
George Holly.
C.C. Brock.
Henry Wilson.
Edward Paige
Wm. J. Drum
Adam Wilt....
Martin N. Brubaker

Hunterstown. Pittsburg Kittanning. Beaver. Clearville. Reading. Duncansville. Towanda. Doylestown. Butler. Ebensburg Emporium. Mauch Chunk. Bellefonte. West Chester. Clarion. Lock Haven. Clearfield. Meaclville. Rohrsburg Carlisle. Hummelstown. Media. Ridgway. Erie. Uniontown. Tionesta. Chambersburg. M'Connellsburg Waynesburg Huntingdon. Indiana. Brookville. Mimintown. Lancaster or

Landisville, New Castle. Lebanon. Allentown. Williamsport. Wilkesbarre. Mercer, Lewistown. Sinethport. Stroudsburg. Norristown. Danville. Easton.

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ELECTION OF COUNTY SURVEYORS, &C.-Continued.

COUNTIES.

NAMES OF SURVEYORS.

POST OFFICES.

Northumberland Samuel G. Frey.

Sunbury.
Perry
James Bell

New Bloomfield. Philadelphia

Philadelphia. Pike... L. Westbrook...

Milford. Potter

Jasper M. Spafford* Coudersport. Schuylkill Daniel H. Albright Pottsville or

Cressona.
Somerset

Jonathan H. Fritz.. Somerset.
Sullivan
Job L. King*

Laporte.
Susquehanna James W. Chapman. Montrose.
Snyder.
Aaron K. Gift

Middleburg
Tioga.
Henry S. Archer.

Wellsboro
Union
Conrad Sheckler

Lewisburg.
Venango.
William IIilands..

Franklin,
Warren..
Patrick Falconer

Warren.
Washington.
Allen J. White

Washington.
Wayne
Lewis S. Collins

Cherry Ridge. Westmoreland Cyrus T. Long

Greensburg
Wyoming
Thos. A. Miller.

Nicholson QI

Tunkhannock. York. Wm. L. Keech

York. NOTE.-Those marked with an asterisk (*) hold over under the act of April 17th, 1869; the Department not having been advised that successors have been elected or appointed and qualified.

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