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Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
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1 Bart Township      
2 Brecknock Township      
3 Caernarvon Township      
4 Clay Township      
5 Colerain Township      
6 Columbia borough: Ward 1
Bounded on the west by Susquehanna river on the North by West Hempfield Township, and borough line, on the East by Third St. and on the South by Locust Street.
     
7 Columbia borough: Ward 2
Bounded on the West by Susquehanna River, on the North by Locust St. on the East by South 4th St. and on the South by Union St.
     
8 Columbia borough: Ward 3
Bounded on the West by Susquehanna river, on the North by Union St., on the East and South by South Fourth St. through the Susquehanna Rolling Mill to Susquehanna River.
     
9 Columbia borough: Ward 4
Bounded on the West by North Third St. on the North by West Hempfield Township and the borough line, which runs along South side of street on the East by N. Sixth St. on the South by Locust St.
     
10 Columbia borough: Ward 5
Bounded on the West by S.4th St., on the North by Loeust St., on the East by S.6th St. and Lancaster Ave.; on the South by Union St.
     
11(part) Columbia borough: Ward 6 (part)
Bounded on the West by 6th St.; on the North by West Hempfield Township and the borough line, on the East by West Hempfield Twp. Borough line, on the South by Locust St. The dwelling house 4903 on extension of Alley F is included in this Dist.
     
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11(part) Columbia borough: Ward 6 (part)
Bounded on the West by 6th St.; on the North by West Hempfield Township and the borough line, on the East by West Hempfield Twp. Borough line, on the South by Locust St. The dwelling house 4903 on extension of Alley F is included in this Dist.
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12 Columbia borough: Ward 7
Bounded on the West by S.6th and Lancaster Ave., on the North by Locust St.; on the East by West Hempfield Twp. and the Borough line; on the South by Lancaster.
     
13 Columbia borough: Wards 8 and 9
Bounded on the West by S.4th *., on the North by Union St. and Lancaster Ave., on the East by the borough line and West Hempfield Township, on the south by the borough line and West Hempfield Twp., and on the South West by the Susquehanna River.
     
14 Conestoga Township (part)
All of the territory North of the road leading from Marticville to Columbia. Beginning at the township line between Pequea Township and Conestoga Township on the East near bridge across Pequea Creek, thence westerly by main road to the bridge across the Conestoga Creek between Manor and Conestoga Townships, at Safe Harbor.
     
15 Conestoga Township (part)
All territory south of the road leading from Marticville to Columbia. Beginning at the township line between Pequea Township and Conestoga Township on the East near bridge across Pequea Creek, thence westwardly by main road to the bridge across Conestoga Creek between Manor and Conestoga Townships at Safe Harbor.
     
16 Conoy Township (part)
All the territory North of a certain road, beginning at a point in West Donegal Township thence westwardly by land of David E. Landis Margaret Brandt, E.W. Burkholder and others, extending to the Susquehanna River.
     
17 Conoy Township (part)
All territory south of a certain road, beginning at a point in West Donegal Township, thence Westwardly by land of David E Landis Margaret Brandt, B. W. Burkholder, and others, extending to the Susquehanna River.
     
18 Drumore Township
Excluding of Quarryville borough.
     
19 Earl Township (part)
All the territory North of the following roads: Beginning at a point where the Harrisburg and Downingtown Pike enters Earl Township from East Earl Township, thence Westwardly along said Pike to a road near Isaac G. Martin's land leading Southwestwardly past Benj. B.' Weber's land; Martin Buckwalter's land, John S. Blank's land; Nancy Martin's land; and lands of Sarah Stultzfus; Daniel B. Hoover's; Thristian Hoover's estate. Western School house property; Lancaster and New Holland Pike; westward to West E* Township.
     
20 Earl Township (part)
Excluding New Holland borough. All the territory South of the following roads; Beginning at a point where the Harrisburg and Daning town Pike enters Earl Township from East Earl Township, thence Westwardly along said Pike to a road near Isaac G. Hartin's land leading Southwestwardly past Benjamin B. Weber's land; Martin Buckwalter' land, John S. Blank's land; Nancy Martin's land; and lands of Sarah Stultzfus; Daniel B. Hoover, Christian Hoover's estate; Western School House Property; Lancaster and New Holland Pike; westward to West Marl Township.
     
21 East Cocalico Township (part) including Adamstown borough
All the territory North of the following roads: Beginning on the East at a point where the road crosses a small creek between Brecknock and East Cocalico Townships near lands of Adam Redcay and Abraham Leisy, thence Westwardly by lands of Hiram Lausch; M. B. Lorah; Frank B. Fritz; John M. Fry; Albert Wolfskill; Stony Run School; William Z. Becker; Jacob Dietrich's Estate; Fred Gross; Isaac Fry; John Hagmaier, thence northwardly to lands of Peter White; John Ludwig; Joseph Leisey; Isaac Becker; Church Property: David Eberly; Kendig's Property, thence Westward to a road near Swamp Creek, thence Northwardly by land of Moses Geisenberger, and a Church Property, to West Cocalico Township.
     
22 East Cocalico Township (part)
All the territory South of the following roads: Beginning on the East at a point where the road crosses a small creek between Brecknock and East Cocalico Townships near lands of Adam Redcay and Abraham Leisy, thence Westwardly by lands of Hiram Lausch, M. B. Lorah, Frank B. Fritz, John M. Fry, Albert Wolfskill, Stony Run School, William Z. Becker, Jacob Dietrich's Estate, Fred Gross, Isaac Fry, John Hagmaier; thence Northwardly to lands of Peter White, John Ludwig, Joseph Leisey, Isaac Becker, Church Property, David Eberly, Kendig's Property, Thence Westward to road near Swamp Creek, thence Northwardly by land of Moses Geisenberger and a church property, to West Cocalico Township.
     
23 East Donegal Township (part)
Beginning on the North side of East Donegal Township, thence along the East side of a public road past the properties of H.S. Brandt, J. Welfly, Barr Spangler, Jonas E. Hostetter, Ell Musser to another public road, thence Westward along said public road past property of Henry B. Musser, Cemetery to another public road, thence Southwardly along said road past properties of M. B. Musser, creamery L. R. Nissley, Miss Harriet Watson, thence along the old Colebrook road past property of David K. Brandt, Peter Orth, and ending at the Marietta Borough line; and all territory East of the Marietta Borough line.
     
24 East Donegal Township (part)
All the territory West of the following line: Beginning on the North side of East Donegal Township, thence along the East side of a public road past the properties of H. S. Brandt, J. Welfly, Barr Spangler, Jonas E. Hostetter, Eli Musser to another public road, thence Westward along said public road past property of Henry B. Musser, Cemetery to another public road, thence southwardly along said road past properties of M. B. Musser, creamery, L. R. Nissley, Miss Harriet Watson, thence along the old Colebrook road past property of David K. Brandt, Peter Orth and ending at the Marietta Borough line; and north of Wasp Street, a suburb of Marietta Borough, and East of the Marietta and Maytown Pike.
     
25 East Donegal Township (part)
All the territory West of the Marietta and Maytown Pike to Wasp Street along the South side of Wasp Street to the old Colebrook read, thence along the West side of the Colebrook road and the west side of Marietta borough to the Susquehanna river at the property of the Marietta Hollow Waste and Enameling Company.
     
26 East Drumore Township
Excluding Quarryville borough.
     
27 East Earl Township (part)
All the territory North of the following roads: Beginning on the West side of East Earl Township where the road enters from Earl Township near land of David W. Martin, thence by the land of Samuel Gehwan, David W. Martin, to Blue Ball village, thence by the Conestoga road eastwardly by lands of Mrs. Eaby, S. H. High, M. M. Weaver, B. F. Stauffer, David Zimmerman, F. Fox, Ed. Woomert, Public School, through the village of Goodville to Caernarvon Township.
     
28 East Earl Township (part)
All the territory south of the following roads: Beginning on the West side of East Earl Township where the road enters from Earl Township near land of David W. Martin thence by land of Samuel Gehman, David W. Martin to Blue Ball village, thence by the Conestoga road, Eastwardly by lands of Mrs. Eaby, S. H. High, M. M. Weaver, B. F. Stauffer, David Zimmerman, F. Fox, Ed. Woomert, Public School, through the village of Goodville to Caernarvon Township.
     
29 East Hempfield Township (part)
East Petersburg Dist. All territory East and North of the following roads: Beginning at the bridge across the Chiques Salunga Creek, thence crossing the Columbia branch of the Reading and Columbia Railroad, near property of David Stauffer, thence by property of John S. Stehman, C. H. Mumma, W. S. Little, Oak Grove School, Amos D. Linchty and Jacob S. Hottenstein, Hiram P. Swarr, P. P. Swarr, thence crossing the Pennsylvania Railroad and continuing Southward to the Harrisburg Pike at the property of John Rohrer, thence Southeastwardly along the North side of said Pike past Getz Grove School, hotel, to where the pike crosses the Little Conestoga Creek near property of Adams S. Hershey
     
30 East Hempfield Township (part)
Landiaville Dist. All territory West of the following roads: Beginning at the bridge across the Chiques Salunga Creek, thence crossing the Columbia branch of the Reading and Columbia Railroad near property of David Sta
     
31 East Hempfield Township (part)
Rohrerstown Dis. All the territory south of the following roads: Beginning on the west side of West Hempfield Township at the property of John Nolt; thence southeastward past the property of Jacob Myers, Grist Mill, Benj. Nolt, David Baker, Christ Musselman, Geo. S. Trout, John G. Musser; thence along another road leading northeastwardly to the Harrisburg pike near the property of Mrs. Maria Kauffman thence southeastwardly along the south side of the Harrisburg pike past the Getz Grove school, hotel, toll house, Daniel Kurtz. est., to the bridge across the Little Conestoga creek near the property of Adam S. Hershey.
     
32 East Lampeter Township (part)
Northern Dist. All the territory north of the old Philadelphia road, beginning at a point on the east side of the Conestoga creek; thence south along West Lampeter Township to the Philadelphia pike; thence along the north side of the Philadelphia pike to a point where the old Philadelphia road and the old Philadelph a pike intersect; thence along the north side of the old Philadelphia road to Leacock Township.
     
33 East Lampeter Township (part)
Southern Dist. All the territory south of the old Philadelphia road, beginning at a point on the east side of the Conestoga creek; thence south along West Lampeter Township to the Philadelphia pike to a point where the old Philadelphia road and the old Philadelphia pike intersect; thence along the south side of the old Philadelphia road to Leacock Township.
     
34 Eden Township and Quarryville borough      
35 Elizabethtown borough      
36 Elizabeth Township      
37 Ephrata Township (part)
All territory northwest of the Cocalico Creek to a point where the Cocalico Creek empties into Middle Creek, and West of the Middle Creek where it intersects with the Cocalico Creek to where the Middle Creek intersects with the Hammer Creek.
     
38 Ephrata Township (part)
Excluding of Ephrata borough. All territory southeast of the Cocalico Creek and North of a certain road beginning at the Bridge across the Cocalico Creek, thence Southeastwardly to another road near a Church and School, thence Northeastwardly passing the property of the following persons: Mrs. S. S. Petersheim, Mrs. D. Kinports, C. B. Nolt, A. D. Hammer, Bethany Church, D. B. Hetst, John G. Stehman, Benjamin K. Gockley, Jonas Martzal, John M. Shirk, to a road which divides Ephrata Township from West Earl Township.
     
39 Ephrata Township (part) including Akron borough
All territory southeast of the Cocalico creek and the Middle Creek from where the Cocalico empties into the Middle Creek, and South of a road beginning at the Bridge across the Cocalico Creek, thence Southeastwardly to another road near a Church and School, thence Northeastwardly passing the property of the following persons: Mrs. S. S. Petersheim, Mrs. D. Kinports, C. B. Nolt, A. D. Hammer, Bethany Church, D. B. Hest, John G. Stehman, Benjamin K. Gockley, Jonas Martzal, John M. Shirk, to a road which divides Ephrata Township from West Earl Township.
     
40 Ephrata borough      
41 Fulton Township      
42 Lancaster city: Ward 1 (part)
Bounded by: Walnut, Prince, King, Mulberry.
     
43 Lancaster city: Ward 1 (part)
Bounded by: Walnut, Queen, King, Prince.
     
44 Lancaster city: Ward 2 (part)
Bounded by: Orange, Plum, King, Queen.
     
45 Lancaster city: Ward 2 (part)
Bounded by: Chestnut, Plum, Orange, Queen.
     
46 Lancaster city: Ward 2 (part)
Bounded by: Chestnut, City line, King, Plum.
     
206 Institution: Lancaster County Prison
Lancaster city: Ward 2
     
47 Lancaster city: Ward 3 (part)
Bounded by: King, Duke, Middle or Howard Avenue, Queen.
     
48 Lancaster city: Ward 3 (part)
Bounded by: King, Middle or Howard Avenue, Duke.
     
49 Lancaster city: Ward 4 (part)
Bounded by: King, Queen, German, Strawberry, Mulberry.
     
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50 Lancaster city: Ward 4 (part)
Bounded by: German, Queen, Andrew to Hoffman Run, Water
     
51 Lancaster city: Ward 4 (part)
Bounded by: Andrew, Queen, City line, Hoffman Run.
     
52 Lancaster city: Ward 5 (part)
Bounded by: Walnut, Mulberry, King, Charlotte, Chestnut, Mary.
     
53 Lancaster city: Ward 5 (part)
Bounded by: Walnut, Mary, Chestnut, Charlotte, King, Pine.
     
54 Lancaster city: Ward 5 (part)
Bounded by: Walnut extended, Walnut, Pine, Columbia Avenue, City line.
     
55 Lancaster city: Ward 6 (part)
Bounded by: James, Line, Chestnut, Queen.
     
56 Lancaster city: Ward 6 (part)
Bounded by: City line (Liberty Street), Shippen, Frederick, Lime, James, Queen.
     
57 Lancaster city: Ward 6 (part)
Bounded by: E. Liberty, City limits, New Holland avenue, Park avenue, Frederick, Shippen.
     
58 Lancaster city: Ward 6 (part)
Bounded by: East Frederick to Park Ave, New Holland Avenue, Ann Street extended, Ann Street. East Chestnut, North Lime.
     
59 Lancaster city: Ward 6 (part)
Bounded by: New Holland Avenue, City line, Chestnut, North Ann extended.
     
60 Lancaster city: Ward 7 (part)
Bounded by: King, Ann, Chester, Lime, Middle or Howard Avenue.
     
61 Lancaster city: Ward 7 (part)
Bounded by: King, City line, Juniata, Lime, Chester, Ann.
     
62 Lancaster city: Ward 7 (part)
Bounded by: Middle or Howard Avenue, Lime, Daupin, Duke, North, Christian.
     
63 Lancaster city: Ward 7 (part)
Bounded by: Lime, Juniata, City line, City line, Duke, Dauphin.
     
64 Lancaster city: Ward 7 (part)      
65 Lancaster city: Ward 7 (part)
Bounded by: Andrew, Strawberry, Dauphin, Duke, City line, Queen.
     
66 Lancaster city: Ward 8 (part)
Bounded by: Columbia Avenue, King, Mary, Filbert, Manor avenue, Caroline, 2nd, City line. Including House No.924 Columbia Avenue, (on south side of Avenue)
     
67 Lancaster city: Ward 8 (part)
Bounded by: Second, Caroline, Manor Avenue, City line.
     
68 Lancaster city: Ward 8 (part)
Bounded by: Manor Avenue, Filbert, Mary, King, Mulberry, High, City line.
     
69 Lancaster city: Ward 8 (part)
Bounded by: High, Mulberry, Strawberry, St. Joseph, City line.
     
70 Lancaster city: Ward 8 (part)
Bounded by: St. Joseph, Strawberry, Water, Hoffman Run, City line, City line.
     
71 Lancaster city: Ward 9 (part)
Bounded by: Lemon, Queen, Walnut, Charlotte.
     
72 Lancaster city: Ward 9 (part)
Bounded by: James, Queen, Lemon, Charlotte
     
73 Lancaster city: Ward 9 (part)
Bounded by: N. City line, Liberty St., Queen, James, Charlotte.
     
74 Lancaster city: Ward 9 (part)
Bounded by: Frederick, Charlotte, Walnut, Pine.
     
75 Lancaster city: Ward 9 (part)
Bounded by: N. City line, Liberty St., Charlotte, Frederick, Pine, Walnut, Walnut extended, W. City line.
     
76 Lancaster Township
Excluding Lancaster city.
     
205 Institution: Lancaster County Almshouse and Insane Asylum
Lancaster City
     
77 Leacock Township (part)
All territory North of the Philadelphia road. Beginning at property of Jacob R. Herr and ending at property of John Hershey.
     
78 Leacock Township (part)
All territory south of the Philadelphia road, Beginning at propert of Jacob R. Herr and ending at property of John Hershey.
     
79 Lititz borough      
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80 Little Pritain Township      
81 Manheim borough: Wards 1, 2, and 3      
82 Manheim Township (part)
All territory East of the Lititz Pike: Beginning at a point where the Lititz Pike enters Lancaster City and ending at a point near the property of Jos. S. Miller where the line between Manheim and Warwick Townships cross said Pike, including the North side of Liberty Street, East of said Pike.
     
83 Manheim Township (part)
All territory West of the Lititz Pike: Beginning at a point where the Lititz Pike enters Lancaster City and ending at a point near the property of Joseph S. Miller where the line between Manheim and Warwick Townships cross said Pike, including the North side of Liberty Street West of said Pike.
     
84 Manor Township (part)
Millersville Dist. All territory East and South of the Little Conestoga Creek.
     
85 Manor Township (part)
Central Manor Dist. All territory West of the Little Conestoga Creek, and North of the road which crosses the Little Conestoga Creek near the property of Lizzie Herr, and passes the property of following persons: C. J. Witmer, A. M. Witmer, A. Shopf, W. and M. Witmer, Mrs. J. Kauffman, I. Miller, S. K. Souder, H. K. and E. K. Hershey, Clinton Kendig, Miss, M. Sch*, Riverside School, Reuber Strickler, to the Susquehanna River, including all islands in the Susquehanna River North and West of the point where the said road intersects said river.
     
86 Manor Township (part)
Indiantown Dist. All territory south of the road which crosses the Little Conestoga Creek near the Property of Lizzie Herr, and passes the properties of the following persons: C. J. Witmer, A.M.Witmer, A. Shopf, W. and M. Witmer, Mrs. J. Kauffman, I. Miller, S. K. Souder, H. K. and E. K. Hershey, Clinton Kendig, Miss. M. Shock, Riverside School, Reuber Strickler, to the Susquehanna River, and west of the Conestoga Creek, including all islands in the Susquehanna River South and West of said district to where the Conestoga enters the Susquehanna River.
     
87 Marietta borough: Wards 1, 2, and 3      
88 Marticville Township (part)
Northern Dist. All territory North of the road Beginning at the Susquehanna River at York Furnice Station, thence Northeastwardly by property of the following persons: W.W.Parker, David Alexander, Isaac Dull, thence North a short distance to another road running Eastwardly, thence by said road running past the properties of the following persons: Samuel Alexander, Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, Public School, Mount Nebo P.O., J.H.Miles, H. Heiny, H. Gulach, William Kuhns; on the road leading East to Rawlinsville P.O. past the property of John Hagar, K.P. Hall, Methodist Episcopal Church, and ending at the property of Clayton Miller where said road enters Providence Township, including the two islands in the Susquehanna River opposite Pequea Station and York Furnace Station.
     
89 Marticville Township (part)
Southern Dist. All territory south of the road. Beginning at the Susquehanna River at York Furnace Station thence Northeastwardly by property of the following persons: W.W.Parker, David Alexander Isaac Dull; thence North a short distance to another road running Eastwardly, thence by said road running past the properties of the following persons. Samuel Alexander, Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, Public School, Mount Nebo P.O., J.H.Miles, H. Heiny, H. Gulach, William Kuhns; on the road leading East of Rawlinsville P.O. past the property of John Hagar, K. P. Hall, Methodist Episcopal Church, and ending at the property of Clayton Miller where said road enters Providence Township, including all islands in the Susquehanna River South and West of said District to where Muddy Creek enters the Susquehanna River.
     
90 Mt. Joy borough      
91 Mt. Joy Township (part)
Northern Dist. Excluding Elizabethtown Borough. All territory North of the following described roads: Beginning at a point on the Lancaster and Harrisburg Turnpike thence by a road running Eastwardly past property of David Geibe, Lucy F. Diffenbaugh, Henry G. Farmer, Fairview Public School, Benjamin W. Shafter, Malinda Olweiler, Clayton S. Shenk, Jacob K. Springer, Milton Grove Cemetery, L. Wickeheiser, A. Sprout, and ending on the East where said road crosses the Little Chiques creek and enters Rapho Township.
     
92 Mt. Joy Township (part)
Southern Dist. Excluding the borough of Mount Joy. All territory South of the following described roads: Beginning at a point on the Lancaster and Harrisburg Turnpike thence by a road running Eastwardly past property of David Geibe, Lucy F. Diffenbaugh, Henry G. Farmer, Fairview Public School, Benjamin W. Shafter, Malinda Olweiler, Clayton S. Shenk, Jacob K. Springer, Milton Grove Cemetery, L. Wickerheiser, A. Sprout; and ending on the East where said road crosses the Little Chiques Creek and enters Rapho Township.
     
93 New Holland borough      
94 Paradise Township (part)
Western Dist. All the territory west of a public road leading from Intercourse, beginning at a covered bridge on said road between the lands of E. W.Eshleman and E. Denlinger south past the graveyard and Leaman Place School-house; thence south between the lands of P.F. Brackbill and Sam. Delinger to the Bellmonte School-house; thence south between the lands of Menno Hershey and John B. Knox; thence south between the lands of Mary Hookey and H. Eweing; thence past the Cedar Hill school-house; thence south between the lands of F. M. Groff and Mrs. E. Rice and H. Somers to the Dart Township line.
     
95 Paradise Township (part)
Eastern Dist. All the territory east of a public road leading from Intercourse, beginning at a covered bridge on said road between the lands of E. W. Eshlman and E. Denlinger south past the graveyard and Leaman Place school house; thence south between the lands of P. E. Brackbill and Sam. Denlinger to the Bellmonte school house; thence south between the lands of Menno Hershey and John B. Knox; thence south between the lands of Mary Hookey and H. Eweing; thence past the Cedar Hill school house; thence south between the lands of F. M. Groff and Mrs. E. Rice and D. E. Rice and H. Somers to the Dart Township line.
     
96 Penn Township (part)
Northern Dist. All territory north of the Reading and Columbia Railroad.
     
97 Penn Township (part)
Southern Dist. All territory south of the Reading and Columbia railroad.
     
98 Pequea Township      
99 Providence Township (part)
Eastern Dist. All territory East of a certain road. Beginning in Drumore Township and running due North past the property of Abram Bleacher, John Weimer, Andrew Eidemiller, Wilson Walker, Samuel Groff, Henry Frank, Frank Potts, Isaac Alexander, Jesse Edwards, Albert Smith, John Plank, G. Book, thence a short distance East crossing the Lancaster and Reading Narrow Gauge Railroad, thence Northward along the East side of the road running along the Lancaster and Reading Narrow Gauge Railroad ending at the Bridge crossing Beaver Creek.
     
100 Providence Township (part)
Western Dist. All territory West of a certain road. Beginning in Drumore Township and running due north past the property of Abram Bleacher, John Weimer, Andrew Eidemiller, Wilson Walker, Samuel Groff, Henry Frank, Frank Potts, Isaac Alexander, Jesse Edwards, Albert Smith, John Plank, G. Book, thence a short distance East crossing the Lancaster and Reading Narrow Gauge railroad, thence Northward along the East side of the road running along the Lancaster and Reading Narrow Gauge Railroad ending at the Bridge crossing Beaver Creek.
     
101 Rapho Township (part)
Mastersonville Dist. All the territory North of the following public roads: Beginning on the West side of Rapho Township at the bridge across the Chiques Creek near the property of J. Ebersole, thence Northeastward past the properties of J. Ebersole, Amos Brubaker, Samuel Kolp, Eli Fauss, to the cross road, thence Eastward past other property of Eli Fauss, Samuel K. Kover, O. Litch. J. T. Hollinger, and the Mennonite Church to another road, thence by said road North by West *st the property of Jacob Pfautz to another public road, thence Eastward past the property of Elias B. Ruhl, A. W. Shelly, Benjamin E. Ehrhart, John W. Wenger, Mrs. Sharp, Levi Hershey, Samuel Peiffer, Mrs. Shower, J. H. Ruhl, Urias Shue, M. Ober, crossing the public road due north past the property of J. M. Ruhl to where said road enters Penn Township.
     
102 Rapho Township (part)
Middle Dist. All the territory South of the following public roads: Beginning on the West side of Rapho Township at the Bridge across the Chiques Creek near the property of J. Ebersole, thence Northeastwardly past the proper
     
103 Rapho Township (part)
Newtown Dist. All territory South of the following road. Beginning on the West side of Rapho Township at the Bridge where the public road crosses the Chiques Creek near a creamery near the property of Henry Grosh and J. W. Graybill, thence East by North on the road leading to Manheim Borough past properties of Andrew Garber's Est., Stephen Grissinger, H. E. Shelly, Amos Shelly, H. S. Brubaker, John Keady, John Metzler, Cemetery, Mennonite Church, Lincoln Public School, John K. Rohrer, A. Minnich, Jackob Metzler, through the village of Sporting Hill past property of Widow Weidman, Fred Fricker, tell house, J. Shreiner to the boundary of Manheim borough.
     
104 Sadsbury Township (part) including Christiana borough
Eastern Dist. All territory East of the following road: Beginning at a point on the North border of Sadsbury Township, thence south past the property of Mary Ellmaker, M. A. W. Sigle, James M. Walker, Hannah Williams, David B. Smoker, Alfred Brinton, Geroge G. Thomas Sarah A. Ubil, Public School, thence due East to property of Samuel P. Miller, thence South past property of Samuel Miller's Estate, B. F. Leaman, C. A Nixon, Public School, I. Pinkerton, thence east to property of I. W. Slokom, where a small run empties into the Octoraro Creek.
     
105 Sadsbury Township (part)
All territory West of the following road: Beginning at a point on the North border of Sadsbury Township, thence south past the property of Mary Ellmaker, M. A. W. Sigle, James M. Walker, Hannah Williams, David B. Smoker, Alfred Brinton, George G. Thomas, Saras A. Ubil, Public School, thence due East to property of Samuel P. Miller, thence South past property of Samuel Miller's Estate, B. F. Leaman, C. A. Nixon, Public School, I. Pinkerton, thence East to Property of I. W. Slokom, where a small run empties into the Octoraro Creek.
     
106 Salisbury Township (part)
Northern Dist. All territory North of a certain road beginning at the property of John M. Hershey and M. S. Hurst, thence Eastwardly past property of Isaac Row, H. Baxter, John R. Wilson, Jacob Metzler, Pequea U. E. Church, Martin Kurtz, Public School, Pequea P. O., J. K. Stoltzfus, Mennonite Church, Susanna Wanner, A. C. Baldwin, and Brother, Levi Oberholtzer, Baptist Church, Arthur Burt, and ending where the road enters Chester County near the property of J. W. Stern.
     
107 Salisbury Township (part)
Southern Dist. All territory South of a certain road beginning at the property of John M. Hershey, and M. S. Hurst, thence Eastwardly past property of Isaac Row, H. Baxter, John R. Wilson, Jacob Metzler, Pequea U. E. Church, Martin Kurtz, Public School, Pequea P. O., J. K. Stoltzfus, Mennonite Church, Susanna Wanner, A. C. Baldwin, and Brother, Levi Oberholtzer, Baptist Church, Arthur Burt, and ending where the road enters Chester County near the property of J. W. Stern.
     
108 Strasburg Twp. (part) incl. Strasburg borough: Wards 1, 2, and 3
Northern Dist. All territory North of the following road: Beginning on the West side of Strasburg Township where the road from West Lampeter Township enters Strasburg Township, crossing the Pequea Creek near the property of J. B. Yunninger, and C. N. Souders, thence Eastwardly past the public school, Benjamin H. Snavely, J. Bachman, another public school, S.S. Hess, Elias B. Esbenshade, Christ Lefever, Mrs. A. V. Eshleman, and old mill, public school, John Girvin's Estate, J. N. Groff, Frank Clark, and M. Groff's estate, due East to Paradise Township.
     
109 Strasburg Township (part)
All territory south of the following road: Beginning on the West side of Strasburg Township where the road from West Lampeter Township enters Strasburg Township crossing the Pequea Creek near the property of J. B. Yunninger, and O. M. Souders, thence Eastwardly past the public school, Benjamin H. Snavely, J. Bachman, another public school, S.S. Hess, Elias B. Esbenshade, Christ Lefever, Mrs. A. V. Eshleman, an old mill, public school, John Girvin's estate, J. M. Groff, Frank Clark, and M. Groff's estate, due East to Paradise Township.
     
110 Upper Leacock Township (part)
Northern Dist. All the territory North of the New Holland Turnpike.
     
111 Upper Leacock Township (part)
Southern Dist. All the territory South of the New Holland Turnpike.
     
112(part) Warwick Township (part)
Northern Dist. All the territory North of the Lancaster and Reading Narrow Gauge Railroad, excluding the borough of Lititz.
     
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112(part) Warwick Township (part)
Northern Dist. All the territory North of the Lancaster and Reading Narrow Gauge Railroad, excluding the borough of Lititz.
     
113 Warwick Township (part)
Southern Dist. All the territory South of the Lancaster and Reading Narrow Gauge Railroad, excluding the borough of Lititz.
     
114 Washington borough: Upper and Lower Wards      
115 West Cocalico Township (part)
All the territory North of the following roads: Beginning at a point on the line between West Cocalico and Clay Townships near the property of Benj. Donbach, thence Eastwardly by properties of Jacob Dornbach, Evan Dornbach, Hiram Hartman, Martin Oberlin, thence Southeastwardly by a public school, thence by land of Samuel Herzog, Hohn Hart, Sr's, Estate, John McDomich, George Wealand, Nancy Heinsey, thence Southwardly by lands of Peter Gress, thence by a road running East meeting at another public road running North along said road Northward across Cocalico Creek by lands of Isaac Showalter, thence by another public road running Eastwardly by lands of John D. Smith, Henry Harnish, John Widener and John Harnish ending in the public road between East and West Cocalico Townships, near the house of George Walter.
     
116 West Cocalico Township (part)
All the territory South of the following roads: Beginning at a point on the line between West Cocalico and Clay Townships near the property of Benj. Denbach, thence Eastwardly by properties of Jacob Dornbach, Evan Dornbach, Hiram Hartman, Martin Oberlin, thence Southeastwardly by a public school, thence by land of Samuel Herzog, John Hart, Sr's Estate, John McDomich, George Wealand, Nancy Heinsey, thence Southwardly by lands of Peter Gress, thence by a road running East meeting at another public road running North along said road Northward across Cocalico Creek By lands of Isaac Showalter, thence by another public road running Eastwardly by lands of John D. Smith and Henry Harnish, John Widener and John Harnis ending in the public road between East and West Cocalico Townships near the house of George Walter.
     
117 West Donegal Township      
118 West Earl Township (part)
Northern Dist. All the territory Northwest of the Conestoga Creek.
     
119 West Earl Township (part)
Southern Dist. All the territory Southeast of the Conestoga Creek.
     
120 West Hempfield Township (part)
Excluding of Columbia borough. Cordolia Dist. All the territory West of the following roads: Beginning on the South side of West Hempfield Township near the property of Eli Doehler, thence Northward crossing the Pennsylvani
     
121 West Hempfield Township (part)
Excluding Columbia borough. Mountville Dist. All the territory East of the following roads: Beginning on the South side of West Hempfield Township near the property of Eli Doebler thence Northward crossing the Pennsylvania Railroad, near property of A. R. Shellenberger, Glen Manor Grist Mill, property of W. VanHam, thence North across the Lancaster and Columbia, Pike at the toll house, property of John C. Forry, Martin Leonard, Fred Weller, Jacob Bard, Fred Bard, P. L. Bard, to the Reading and Columbia Railroad, and all territory South of the Reading and Columbia Railroad.
     
122 West Hempfield Township (part)
Excluding Columbia borough. Silver Spring Dist. All territory East of a road beginning at the Reading and Columbia Railroad, running North east the public school, Hekfrich Hotel P. O. to another public road, past property of George Weller, S. M. Bard, M Miller, William Myers, H. C. Greider, to the Lancaster and Marietta Pike, at a cemetery, thence westward on said pike to the first road leading North, thence northward on said road to the bridge across Chiques Salinga Creek and North of the Reading and Columbia Railroad.
     
123 West Lampeter Township (part)
Northern Dist. All the territory North of the following roads: Beginning at a point in Pequea Township in the public road, thence Eastwardly by property of Francis Kendig and B. Mylin to a public road, thence northwardly along said road by properties of E. Howrey, A. Mowrer, M. Lefever, Mylin School House, thence Eastwardly by property of C. Lefever, to a public road, thence Northwardly a short distance along said road crossing a small stream of water, thence Eastwardly along another public road by property of J. F. Meck, C. Houser, thence northwardly by property of C. Houser, and Mrs. E. Froclich, thence southeastwardly by the Rockvale School House, property of John Meck, J. B. Houser, H. Yost, J. Huber, C. Nunnemacher, B. R. Kreider, ending in the road at East Lampeter Township.
     
124 West Lampeter Township (part)
Southern Dist. All the territory South of the following roads: Beginning at a point in Pequea Township in the public road, thence Eastwardly by property of Francis Kendig and B. Mylin to a public road, thence Northwardly along said public road by properties of E. Howrey, A. Mowrer, M. Lefever, Mylin School House, thence Eastwardly by property of C. Lefever, to a public road, thence Northwardly a short distance along said road crossing a small stream of water, thence Eastwardly along another public road by property of J. F. Meck, and C. Houser, thence northerly by property of C. Houser and Mrs. E. Froclich thence Southeastwardly by the Rockvale School House, property. of John Meck, J. B. Houser, H. Yost, J. Huber, C. Nunnemacher, B. R. Kreider, ending in the road at East Lampeter Township.
     

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