Thursday, June 28, 2012

William Irwin was appointed by the court to view and lay out a road in Milford Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania in April Session 1775 - Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Quarter Session Court Dockets 1750-1785

 

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The sundry inhabitants petitioned the court for a public road leading from the summit of the Tusinora Mountains at or near the head of the Run gap, from there to Robert Gorrells on Juniata at the lower end of the Long Narrows.  They asked the court to appoint men to view and see if road could be laid out in the April Session 1775. William Irwin was appointed to view and see if road could be laid out. 

Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Quarter Session Dockets 1750-1785  William Irwin April Session 1775

Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Quarter Session Dockets 1750-1785  William Irwin April Session 1775 2

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