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The warrants one to each of the persons mentioned were dated June 19,and were surveyed by James Hendricks on the 11th of November in the same year.
The tract of Abraham Hunter warrant No. On the north of this tract was the land of Joseph Hunter, Jr. On the north of the last named, and adjoining it, was the tract of Martha Hunter warrant No. He lived here for some years, but finally removed to the Scioto country and died there.
No information whatever can be obtained of these original purchasers beyond the facts already given. There is no evidence — and very little probability — that they ever resided upon these lands.
On that tract at the place where Mrs. He Huston was the earliest white inhabitant of the vicinity of whom any information can be gained. Inwhen the erection of the new county of Washington was being agitated, Hoge determined to lay out a town on the lands purchased from the Hunters doubtless with the expectation that it would become the seat of justice of the proposed county, of which the site of the new town would be within a mile of the territorial centre.
It is not known or believed that David Hoge ever resided here. All traditions unite in locating the cabin of David Hoge in the rear of what became the town-plat lot No. In this house Mr.
The two principal streets were Monongahela now Main and Ohio now Beaueach sixty-six feet wide, running through the centre of the town at right angles with each other.
The other streets were sixty feet in width. The width of the alley is not given. The streets and alleys north from Maiden Street and running parallel with it were named as follows: Walnut Street was the north line and not then named. From what is now Lincoln Avenue but not then named, what being the eastern boundary line westward the streets were named as follows: Four lots marked A, forming a plot two hundred and forty feet square, and lying in the southwest angle of Ohio and Monongahela Streets, were donated by Mr.
Hoge for a court-house and prison. Lots 43 and were presented by Mr. George Washington, and were on the corner of Chartiers and Gay Streets. They were never used for the purpose designated. Later it was occupied by William Hoge, and on it he lived and died.
It is now owned by a Harry Shirls, and his residence is upon it. The new town was named Bassett Town, in honor of the Hon. Richard Bassett, who was a kinsman of Mr.Would Jane (and John) realize better tax benefits if she had a separate business for her jewelry-making activities?
e. What tax benefits would John realize if he invested $15, in Jane's jewelry making? Kevin wants to know if he can claim his brother, Richard, as a qualifying relative for income tax purposes.
Richard is 18 and is a part-time student at City Community College. He lives with Kevin in his home for the entire tax year.
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WASHINGTON BOROUGH – pp. - Boyd Crumrine, History of Washington County, Pennsylvania with Biographical Sketches of Many of Its Pioneers and Prominent Men (Philadelphia: L.
H. Leverts & Co., ). The original owners of the site occupied by the borough of Washington were Abraham Hunter, Martha Hunter, and Joseph Hunter, .