Ledger 1772-1773.


Spring Forge (York County, Pa.). Ledger 1772-1773.

Ledger 1772-1773.

The ledger contains accounts for Spring Forge during 1772-1773 and may cover the entire iron works including Mary Ann Furnace. Among the account headings are castings, pig iron, and a grist mill. Accounts were kept for several other famous ironmasters, including Henry William Stiegel and George Ege.

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Ege, George, 1748-1829

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Stiegel, Henry William, 1729-1785

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Stiegel operated a glass manufactory in Manheim, Pennsylvania. From the description of Records of Manheim Glass Works, 1763-[1773?]. (Winterthur Library). WorldCat record id: 122460123 ...

Spring Forge (York County, Pa.)

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Spring Forge was constructed on the headwaters of the Codorus Creek at Pigeon Hills in York County, Pa., in 1770 by George Ross & Company. The firm was composed of George Ross, George Stevenson, and William Thompson, who had also constructed the Mary Ann Furnace in 1762-63. Between 1775 and 1815 the forge passed among several owners, Daniel Shireman (1775), John Brien (1800), David Eaton (1807) and Robert Coleman (1815). The forge was operated by Coleman's son, Thomas Burd Coleman from 1817 ...

Ross, George, 1730-1779

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George Ross (1730-1779) was a lawyer, a member of the Pennsylvania Provincial Assembly, vice-president of the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention, a member of the First and Second Continental Congresses and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Ross was born in New Castle, Delaware, the son of the Anglican rector of Immanuel Church Rev. George Ross and his wife Catherine Van Gezel. He received a sound private classical education at home. He read the Law in his brother John’s law firm a...

Thompson, William, 1736-1781

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Colonel William Thompson commanded the Pennsylvania Rifle Regiment from June 25, 1775 to March 1, 1776, when the command passed to Col. Edward Hand. This regiment was reorganized during the winter of 1775-76 into the 1st Continental Regiment of Pennsylvania. From the description of Orderly book, 1775. (Historical Society of Pennsylvania). WorldCat record id: 122540463 Continental Army officer. From the description of William Thompson correspondence, 1775 July 6. ...