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The Muddy Creek Ledger Of Greene County


The Muddy Creek Ledger Of Greene County

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    Don Corbly
The Muddy Creek Ledger was an account book maintained by William Seaton at his general merchandise store on the south bank of Muddy Creek in Cumberland Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania, from 1793 to 1796. It recorded his accounting of business that he conducted with the settlers primarily in Cumberland Township, but also in neighboring Greene Township to the south and Jefferson Township to the north. It was rescued from destruction by Howard Leckey, the historian of the Ten Mile Country including Greene County, in I 936 and archived for today's historians. The 168 ledger pages have been computer-enhanced for easier readability in this book. It contains a detailed index for the genealogically-minded reader  
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