An American Family History

1734 Property Owners

Manor of Moreland (now Upper Moreland Township),
Philadelphia County (now Montgomery) County, Pennsylvania


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Name Acres  
Bennet, Jacob    
Boutcher, John 100  
Boutcher, Samuel 50  
Comly, Henry 300  
Comly, John 100  
Comly, Joseph 100  
Comly, Walter 100  
Cooper, Benjamin 100  
David, Sampson 50  
Dawson, Daniel 4  
Dawson, John 3  
Dorland, John 200  
Dubree, James 150  
Duffield, Joseph 200  
Dungworth, Widow 9  
Erwin, James    
Ford, Standish 4  
Gilbert,Nicholas 200  
Hall, Theodorus 150  
Hancock, William 1  
Hawkins, James 50  
Jones, Peter    
Kelly, Patrick 100  
Kirke, Thomas 40  
Ledyard, John 100  
Lewis, Joseph    
Lloyd, Thomas 120  
Luken, Peter 100  
Marple, David    
Marple, Richard 170  
McVaugh, Joseph 100  
Michener, John    
Mops, William 19  
Murray, William 29  
Murrell, Thomas 15  
Newell, George    
Pennington,Thomas 150  
Simcock, John 10  
Titus, Tunis    
Tustin, Isaac 100  
Van Buskirk, John 180  
Van Buskirk, Joseph 150  
Walton, Caleb    
Walton, Isaac 100  
Walton, Jeremiah 100  
Walton, Thomas 50  
Watson, James    
Whitton, Thomas 100  
Wood, Thomas 200  
Worthington, Samuel    
Wynkoop, Cornelius 100  
Wynkoop, Garret 200  
Yerkes, Harman 150  



William Penn (1644-1718) was a Quaker philosopher and real estate developer. He was the founder of the Province of Pennsylvania.

American colonists continued to use British monetary units, namely the pound, shilling and pence for which £1 (or li) equalled 20s and 1s equalled 12d. In 1792 the dollar was established as the basic unit of currency.

The American Revolution was ended in 1783 when the Treaty of Paris was signed.



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