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...in present-day Gwynedd Township, Montgomery County, Pa., about sixteen miles from...
...Pa., operated tanneries in present-day Montgomery County, Pa., and after 1779 in Philadelphia...
...(1727–1793) was appointed excise collector in Montgomery County, Pa., under the state on 6 May...
In Montgomery County, Pa., a few miles north of Philadelphia.
...in Plymouth Township in what is now Montgomery County, Pa., about fourteen miles northwest...
...meetinghouse in Abington Township in Montgomery County, Pa., was at the village of Abington,...
...of Upper Salford Township in Philadelphia (now Montgomery) County, Pa., was the son of Daniel...
Samuel Wheeler of Montgomery County, Pa., signed a contract for lanterns at Bald Head Island...
...Matthew Tyson of Upper Dublin Township in what is now Montgomery County, Pa., see the
...of Lower Merion Township in what is now Montgomery County, Pa., had been active as a...
...Township, Philadelphia (now Montgomery) County, Pa., is about three miles southeast of...
...U.S. in 1791. By 1797 he settled in Montgomery County, Pa.: Thompson Westcott,
Providence Township, Montgomery County [Pa.]
...Upper Merion Township, Philadelphia (now Montgomery) County, Pa., about six miles southeast...
Montgomery County, Pa. [index entry] 
...Township in Philadelphia (now Montgomery) County, Pa., is on the northwest side of Towamencin...
...Roxborough Township, Philadelphia (now Montgomery) County, Pa., near where Ridge Road crossed...
18[Diary entry: 22 July 1787] (Washington Papers)
..., about two miles below Conshohocken in Montgomery County, Pa. It was powered by the...
..., near Montgomeryville in present-day Montgomery County, Pa., about twenty-five miles...
20[July 1787] (Washington Papers)
..., about two miles below Conshohocken in Montgomery County, Pa. It was powered by the...
...a village in Philadelphia (now Montgomery) County, Pa., about ten miles east of Pennypacker’...
22General Orders, 9 October 1777 (Washington Papers)
...Towamencin Township, Philadelphia (now Montgomery) County, Pa., at the farmhouse of...
23General Orders, 30 October 1777 (Washington Papers)
...central Gwynedd Township in present-day Montgomery County, Pa., about twenty miles northwest...
...Township is in present-day Montgomery County, Pa., about eight miles northwest of Swede’s Ford...
25[Diary entry: 13 May 1787] (Washington Papers)
...Samuel Miles (1739–1805), of Montgomery County, Pa., who had served in the Braddock expedition...
26[Diary entry: 21 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
...(1747–1804), a Montgomery County, Pa., businessman, served in the Pennsylvania militia...
27January 1790 (Washington Papers)
...(1747–1804), a Montgomery County, Pa., businessman, served in the Pennsylvania militia...
...Lower Salford Township in what is now Montgomery County, Pa., lived about a mile west of...
29General Orders, 19 June 1778 (Washington Papers)
...lived near Norrington (now Norristown in Montgomery County, Pa.), had been arrested in...
...Porter (1743–1813) of Montgomery County, Pa., was commissioned captain of a company of marines...