A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

1901
   Fashions
   Financial
   Theater
19 West Walnut Lane
261 W. Pastorius Street
269 West Walnut Lane
6016 McCallum Street
AAGG, see African-American Genealogy Group
Aart, Thomas
Abel, James
Abey, Simon
Abolition Society
Academy of Music
Academy of Natural Sciences
Account book, 1815
Adams, Ann, see Carpenter, Ann (Adams)
Adamson Automobile Company
Adamson, Agnes, ( –1912)
Adamson, Prescott (1864–1911)
Adamson, William
Advertisements
Advice, household
African-American
   Armstrong, Reuben H., Rev.
   Atwell, Cordelia A.
   Bailey, R. Wellesley, MD
   Bailey, Vivian Pinnock, DDS
   Baker, Esther
   Baugh, John Gordon, Jr. ( –1946)
   Baugh, John Gordon, Sr. ( –1912)
   Baugh, Mabel, Miss
   Baugh, Mrs Mabel
   Baugh, Philander V.
   Baugh, W. A. W.
   Bayner, Elijah
   Blacks in Germantown Before the Civil War
   Brooke, Margaret
   Brooks, James D., Rev. (1853–1905)
   Businesses
   Byrd, William
   Camphor, Alexander Priestly, Rev.
   Caterer
   Churches
   Clymer, Robert
   Collins, Ann
   Crawford, Evelyn
   Dammond, John
   Dean, George W.
   Dinah (caretaker of Stenton)
   Fiction
   Field to Factory: Afro-American Migration, 1915–1940
   Fisher, William (1802?–1857)
   Fortie, William C.
   Genealogy Group
   Germantown Industrial Home for Colored Women
   Haines St. colored primary school
   Harris, Julius G.
   Harris, –– (first Negro bank employee)
   Higginbotham, Judge Leon
   Hill (Joseph E.) School
   history in Germantown
   Holmes, Harriet ( –1912)
   Houses
   Huff, Rhoda (1763?–1860)
   Jackson, James T.
   Johnson, Sam (bugler)
   Jones, John E., Jr. (1904 – )
   Jones, John E., Sr. (1870?–1954)
   Jones, Spencer
   Lehman’s tenant 1820
   Midvale Steel Co.
   Migration 1915–1940
   Mitchell, Iola
   Montier Family of Germantown
   Moore, A. A. St. Claire, Rev.
   Phillis Wheatley Center
   Physicians
   Reid, D. Augustine, Rev.
   Residents
   Robinson, “Black Sam”
   Robinson, James
   Robinson, L. D., Rev.
   Robinson, Mary E.
   Robinson, W. Weston
   Rodvill, Martha (Daniels)
   Roland, Marie E.
   Russell, Lillie B.
   Somersville
   St. Mary’s School for Girls
   Statistics 1913
   Stubbs, Charles Preston, MD (1880–1935)
   Taylor, C. Leo
   Taylor, Olivia (Yancey)
   Thomas, E. Sydnor, Rev.
   Thompson, Austin
   Trower, “Young Jack” (d. ca. 1950)
   Trower, John S. (1849–1911)
   Warrick, William Henry, Jr., MD
   Warrick, William Henry, MD (1867–1940)
   Waters, George E., Rev.
    Whyte, Clarence R.
   Winston, M., Rev.
   Wissahickon Boys’ Club
   Young, Clarence E.
   YWCA branch
Agnew, Gen. James
Albert, Mat.
Albright, Chester E.
Albright, Jacob
Alcott family
Alcott residence
Alcott, Bronson
Alcott, Louisa May (1832–1888)
Alcott, Louisa May, house
Alcotts in Germantown
Aldekerke (Dutch village)
Alden Park apartment house
Alexander, Mary Rhoads
All, Henry
Allard, Peter
Allbrechtin hymnbook
Allbright hymnbook
Allbright, Joseph (1828?–1855)
Allen’s Lane bridge
Allen, Andrew, Jr.
Allen, Benjamin, Esq
Allen, George W.
Allen, George, department store
Allen, John
Allen, William
Allen, William, chief justice (1704–1780)
Allentown
Allentown Liberty Bell Shrine
Almanac, Sower
Almshouse
Almshouse, Germantown
Alsbach, George
Altomare, Pasquale
Alton, William
Amberg, William
Ambers, John
American Association of Teachers of German
American Coal Tar Products
American Daily Advertiser
American History Workshop
American History [humorous]
American Ice Co.
American Metal Works
American Negro Historical Society—Hdqtrs
American Philosphical Society
American Society of Appraisers
American Table, The [periodical]
Americanization Room
Ammidown’s Mill, see Mills
Amoroso, Assunta
Amoroso, Totonno
Amusement park, White City
Amusements in colonial times
Andalusia
Anderson’s Cavalry (Civil War)
Andrews, John
Annals of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania
Annual, Christmas
Antediluvian Society
Antiques Magazine [periodical] Germantown issue
Antiques, collecting
Apartment houses
Apple, Edward
Appraisers Association of America
Apprentices
Arch Street Theater
Archdiocese of Philadelphia Archives and Historical Collection
Archeology of Stenton
Archery
Architecture
   Colonial
   Prison
   Victorian
   Wyck
Architecture and authors
Archives preservation, family
Archives, Philadelphia
Arets, Agnes
Arets, Lenart [Lenert]
Argus family
Armstrong’s Mills, Sleepy Hollow, see Mills
Armstrong, Carolyn
Armstrong, Reuben H., Rev.
Army Medical Department
Arnold, Stan (AAGG)
Arrott Bible
Art, contemporary
Artists
   Balano, Paula
   Beaux, Cecilia
   Chase, William Merritt
   Clark, Walter Appleton
   Cook, Charles Walter
   D’Ascenzo, Nicola
   Drobbel, Joe
   Garrido, L. R.
   Germantown
   Graff, Bernie
   Hovendon, Thomas
   Lambdin, James Reid
   Mucha, Alphonse
   Nitzche, Elsa Koenig
   Oakley, Violet
   Peale, Charles Willson (1741–1827)
   Peale, James
   Peales
   Richards, John
   Richards, William Trost
   Salazar, Jose de
   Stuart, Gilbert
Ash family
Asher’s Candies
Asher, Carol and Jack
Ashmead family
Ashmead table
Ashmead, Charles F. (1808?–1866)
Ashmead, George, estate
Ashmead, Jacob (1712–1811)
Ashmead, John (1738–1818)
Ashmead, Samuel
Ashmead, Samuel (1731–1778)
Ashmead, Theodore, MD (1799?–1853 or 54)
Ashton, Jacob
Association of Historic Germantown Houses
Atherton, Humphry (1782?–1857)
Atkinson, William
Atwater Kent Mfg. Co.
Atwell, Cordelia A.
Auchy, Henry B.
Aucott family
Aucott, George
Aucott, ––
Auction 1822
Austin, Edward (died Civil War)
Austin, John
Austin, Philip H.
Austin, Philip S.
Authors and architecture
Authors of Germantown
Authors of Germantown 1683–1902
Autographs, U.S. Presidents, E. C. Jellett collection
Automobile Club of Germantown
Automobiles
Aviation
Awbury
Awbury Arboretum
Ax, Frederick ( –1849)
Ax, John ( –1814)
Axe Bible
Axe, — (burial)
Axe, Frederick S.
Ayers, Eliza (1801?–1883)
Ayers, J. B., Rev.
Backer, John (1829?–1856)        return to top
Badcock,, Alexander
Baeder & Adamson
Bailey, R. Wellesley, MD
Bailey, Vivian Pinnock, DDS
Baines, William
Baisch, Hannah (1777?–1859)
Baker, Caleb
Baker, Elias
Baker, Elizabeth M. (Weaver)
Baker, Esther
Baker, Franklin, Co.
Baker, Franklin, Jr. (1872– )
Baker, Michael V.
Baker, Michael, Jr. ( –1834)
Baker, Michael, Sr. (1720–1779)
Baker, William H. Co.
Balano windows
Balano, Paula Himmelsbach (1877–1967)
Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies
Bald, John
Baldwin, Mrs. (1798?–1860)
Ball, John
Ballard, John, estate
Balloon ascension
Ballooning
Baltimore
Band, Germantown
Band, Old Dogtown
Bandbox theater
Bank of the United States
Bankers, Germantown
Banking
Banks
   Bank of Germantown
   Bank of Germantown, estate
   Bank of Philadelphia branch
   Chestnut Hill Title & Trust
   Chelten Trust
   Columbian Bank
   Farmers & Mechanics
   Franklin Trust branch
   Germantown Real Estate, Deposit & Trust
   Germantown Saving Fund Society
   Germantown Trust Company
   Manheim Trust
   National Bank of Germantown
   National Bank of Mt. Airy
   Pelham National
   Pelham Trust
   Philadelphia
   Philadelphia National
   Queen Lane National Bank
   Saving Fund Society of Germantown
   Tulpehocken National
   Wayne Junction Trust
Banks, James
Banner, Tobias
Banquett, Lewis
Baptist Children’s Home
Baptist, American Headquarters
Barat, Madeleine Sophie (1779–1865)
Bardsley, Jacob
Bardsley, John, “Sparrow Jack”
Bargendollar, Michael
Barker Building, 18 W. Chelten, see Buildings
Barker, David M. ( –1860)
Barker, H. M. S. ( –1860)
Barn, John
Barnes, Mary Ann (1810–1860)
Barnes, William
Barns, Blackfort
Barr farm
Barral, John ( –1810)
Barren Hill
Barrett & Toohy
Barrett Manufacturing
Barrett, Joseph
Barrett, N. Huston
Barth, William R.
Bartlett, Heinrich
Bartram’s Garden
Bartram, John
Bartram, John (1699–1777)
Bartram, Mary (1833?–1860)
Bartram, Phebe Maria, see Pancoast, Phebe Maria (Bartram)
Baseball
Bates family
Bates, Edwin
Bates, Henry
Bates, T. L.
Bates, Thomas L.
Bath tub
Batta, Henry
Batta, widow, estate
Batten, Thomas
Battle of Germantown, see Revolutionary War
Baugh residence
Baugh, John Gordon, Jr. ( –1946)
Baugh, John Gordon, Sr. ( –1912)
Baugh, Mabel, Miss
Baugh, Mrs Mabel
Baugh, Philander V.
Baugh, W. A. W.
Bauhof, Helen MacKellar Large
Bauman, Lewis (1820?–1859)
Baumann, Clara (Haywood)
Baumann, Gertrude (Gergenthum)
Baumann, Louis Clapier
Baumann, Martin (1791–1865)
Bayley, Richard
Bayner, Elijah
Baynton Bible
Baynton House, see Buildings
Baynton, Peter
Baynton, Peter, “Squire” (1754–1821)
Bean, David
Bean, Jacob
Beasly, John
Beasly, William
Beatty, William
Beaume (painter)
Beaux, Cecilia
Beaver College
Beaver, A. O.
Beaver, Gen.
Bechtel House, see Buildings
Bechtel, Jacob
Bechtel, John
Bechtel, Margaret
Bechtel, Peter
Beck, Elizabeth (1791?–1855)
Beck, Samuel, Rev.
Becker, Peter (1687–1758)
Bee culture
Beecher, Catherine E.
Beekeeping
Beggarstown School
Belcher, Elisabeth (Holden)
Belfield, see Buildings
Bell at Germantown Academy
Bell, State House
Bell, William
Bells
Belsnickel, Der
Bemhart, Charles
Bender, Joseph
Benezet, Anthony
Benezet, Anthony (1713–1784)
Benjamin House
Benner, Jacob
Benner, William
Bennet, Ellen Douglas (Carpenter) (1851–19––)
Bennet, R. P. D., Rev.
Bennet, William H., MD
Bennett, William, Sr. (1798?–1883)
Bensel (Bensell) Bible
Bensell, Charles, Jr., MD
Bensell, Charles, MD (1725–1795)
Bensell, George
Bensell, George (1757–1827)
Bensell, George F.
Bensell, George, Dr.
Bensell, John
Bensell, Mary (1763?–1857)
Benson, Alexander M.
Benson, Edwin N.
Bentz, John G. (1820?–1855)
Berents, Claus
Berger’s marble yard
Berger, Charles N.
Berger, George
Berger, George P.
Bergner & Engel brewery
Berlin, James M. (died Civil War)
Bernard, Andrew
Berner, Andrew
Berrell John
Berri (painter)
Berris, Eli
Berry, Henry
Berstler, Jacob
Berwind, Edward Julius (1848–1936)
Besson, Bernhard
Besson, George
Besson, Lewis
Besson, Samuel
Bethel A.M.E. Church, see Churches
Betton, Samuel, MD (1786–1850)
Betton, Samuel, Sr., MD
Betton, Thomas Forrest, MD (1809–1875)
Betts family
Betz, John F.
Bewley, John R.
Beyer, Audrey (Bickley)
Biancamano, Anna Maria
Biancamano, Giuseppe
Bible records
Bible, Sower
Bickham, Elizabeth
Bickhardt, Susan (1798?–1855)
Bickings, William
Bicycle
Bicyclists, lady
Biddis, Samuel (1739–1811)
Biggard, David A.
Biles, Blanche L.
Biles, James
Bilger, Lewis
Billger, Catherine
Billmeyer family
Billmeyer House, see Buildings
Billmeyer, Daniel
Billmeyer, Michael
Billmeyer, Michael, printer
Bingham, David (died Civil War)
Bingham, James (died Civil War)
Bingley, Richard (died Civil War)
Birch, William
Birchell, Thomas M.
Birds
Birkholz, Robert
Birnie, John ( –1835)
Birth and death statistics, 1797–1798
Bisbing, Jacob
Bishop, John
Bishop, Mary (1820?–1859)
Bishop, Sarah, estate
Bishop, William
Bitting, William
Bixby letter
Bi–Centennial Association
Black, Richard
Blacks in Germantown Before the Civil War
Blacksmith business
Blain, Ilene
Blair House doorway
Blair, Samuel, Sr., Rev.
Blake, Benjamin
Blake, Peter
Blake, Samuel
Blake, Samuel (died Civil War)
Blakemore, James W.
Bleachfield
Blessing Bible
Bleyckers, Johannes
Blood’s Dispatch
Bloodgood estate
Bloodgood, Anna (Shoemaker) Morris (1777?–1865)
Bloodgood, Francis (1769–1840)
“Blowout” movie
Blue Bell Hill
Bocce Club, see Clubs
Bocker, John
Bockius & Pond
Bockius Bible
Bockius, Edmund
Bockius, Esther (1809?–1859)
Bockius, Francis W.
Bockius, Jacob G.
Bockius, John M.—Hotel
Bockius, William
Boggs, David Chambers (l861?– )
Boggs, Mary Harris (Hagaman)
Bohlen, John, estate
Boisbrun, Elizabeth (1777?–1845)
Boisbrun, Stephen
Boke, William
Bolling, Robert, Jr. (1832–1901)
Bolmarcich, Virginia
Bolter, Christopher
Bolton, Z. S.
Bom, Cornelis
Bon, Herman
Bon, Marie
Bonnin, Goussé
Bonsall, Edward
Bonsall, Edward H.
Book reviews
   Claussen, The Story of an Old House, “Wyck,”
   Contosta, A Philadelphia Family: the Houstons and Woodwards of Chestnut Hill
   Contosta, Suburb in the City
   Early Transactions of the American Philosophical Society
   Elliott, Last of the Steamboats
   Eshelman, Historic Background and Annals of the Swiss and German Pioneer Settlers
   Glaser, 600 Jahre Stadt Krefeld
   Glaser, Der Crefelter Appell 1683 (The Crefeld Appeal 1683)
   Guide to the Wissahickon Valley
   Hoover, Concerning Collegeville
   Hurd, The Ancestors and Descendants of Jan Lucken
   Jonas, Politics in the American West
   Keyser’s Notes for History of Old Germantown, Volume II
   Lutz, History of the Op Den Graef/Updegraff Family
   Nichols, A Historian’s Progress
   Persons Naturalized in Pennsylvania 1740–1773
   Rhinehart, Antietam, the Descendants of Henry and Elizabeth Rinehart of
      Washington County, Maryland
   Richter, North of Society Hill and Other Stories
   St. Michael’s Evangelical Lutheran Church: Germantown (now part of Philadelphia)
      Pennsylvania 1741–1841, Volumes 1 and 2
   Strassberger, Pennsylvania German Pioneers
   Taylor, Philadelphia in the Civil War
   Zierold, Little Charley Ross
Bookman, Stephen
Booth, Mary E.
Borthwick, Pringle
Bostwick, Margaret Bacon
Botanist
Botten, William
Botten, William (1789?–1848)
Botton, Sylvester ( –1883)
Botts family
Bounds, James
Bournonville, Antoine
Bowers Bible
Bowers, William (1815?–1854)
Bowker, George
Bowles, Charles
Bowman, Daniel ( –1805)
Bowman, David
Bowman, David (shoe shop)
Bowman, Jacob
Bowman, John
Bowman, Laura (1838?–1860)
Bowman, Shadrack H. (died Civil War)
Boxwood Stock Farm
Boy Scouts
Boyd, Carlyle C. ( –1883)
Boyd, David K. & Lawrence V.
Boyd, John
Boyer, John
Boyer, John W.
Boyer, Joshua
Boyes [or Boyce?], Thos.P. (died Civil War)
Boyhood in a Small Town
Bradford, William, printer (1663–1752)
Bradley, Joseph W. ( –1883)
Braman, Dr. Amasa
Brandywine visit of Site and Relic Society, 1926
Branson, William
Brass buttons
Braun, John, & Sons
Braun, William P. M.
Brehony, James A., Rev.
Breintnall, David
Brenis, John (1827?–1857)
Brennan family
Brewin, James C. (1831?–1857)
Brewster, Anna Richards
Brewster, Frederick Carroll (1825–1898)
Brick manufacture
Brickhart, family
Bridges
   High, on Wissahickon
   Pipe
   Walnut Lane
   Wissahickon
Bright, William
Brightly, ––
Bringhurst family
Bringhurst house, see Buildings
Bringhurst’s carriage factory
Bringhurst, John
Bringhurst, Samuel (1758?–1818)
Bristol, Keene House
Bristol’s springs
Britain before the Revolutionary War
Broadhead, W. T.
Brocaw, John
Brokenshaw, David, estate
Bronson, James (1788?–1883)
Brooke, Margaret
Brookes, Luke
Brookes, Stephen
Brooks family
Brooks, George
Brooks, James D., Rev. (1853–1905)
Brooks, John (1860?–1883)
Brooks, Thomas (1843?–1923)
Brown, James
Brown, James (died Civil War)
Brown, Quintus C. ( –1883)
Brown, William (died Civil War)
Brownholtz, Charles J.
Brownholtz, Joseph
Brownholtz, Susanna (1774–1847)
Brownholtz, widow
Brownholtz, William
Bruner & McCrea
Brüner Bible
Bruner, Henry (1822–1921)
Bruno, Rachele
Bryn Mawr College
Buchanan, Franklin (Capt., sloop Germantown)
Buchanan, James, Pres. US (1791–1868)
Buchanan, John
Bucholtz, Genny
Bucholtz, Henry
Buck, Francis N.
Buckley, Jeremiah
Buckley, Timothy
Buckman, George
Bucktail Regiment
Budd Company
Budd, Thomas
Buddy, Dan
Buffalo Bill
Buildings
   Anselm Hall
   Awbury
   Barker, 18 W. Chelten Ave.
   Baynton Garage
   Baynton House, 5208 Gtn. Ave.
   Bechtel House 5226 Gtn. Ave.
   Belfield
   Benjamin House
   Billmeyer House
   Billmeyer House, Michael
   Bringhurst
   Carlton
   Channon house, 5706–08 Gtn Ave.
   Clarkson-Watson
   Cliveden
   Corvy
   De La Plaine house
   Deshler-Morris
      Archeology
   Dorsey house
   Endt house
   Endt, 5222 Germantown Ave.
   Engle house
   Fairmount Park Houses
   Fern Hill
   Fisher mansion
   France family – 7801 Cresheim Road
   Germantown Ave. #7141
   Germantown Ave. #7238 illus
   Germantown Ave. #7513 illus
   Germantown Historical Society
   Green Tree Tavern
   Greenwood (Langstroth house)
   Grumblethorpe
   Harkness House
   Hatfield House
   Head house, 109 W. Chelten Ave..
   Hermitage
   Hope Lodge
   House at the Falls
   Howell House
   Johnson House
   Johnson House (Red Cross HQ)
   Kershaw Hall
   Keyser house
   Kock–Stallman–E. Sands–Peters, Gtn. Ave.
   Kunders house
   Laurens
   Lees, James
   Lemon Hill
   Little Wakefield
   Loudoun
       Addition
       Artifacts
       Artifacts
       Furniture
       Hidden spring
   Magnolia Villa (Gowen house)
   Mason, Christopher, House
   Maxwell (Ebenezer) Mansion
       Architecture
       Furnishings
       Gardens
       Kitchen
   Mifflin Mansion
   Miller, Joseph
   Monastery (house)
   Mt Airy (Wm. Allen)
   Naglee House
   Oak Cloister
   Ottinger House
   Park Gate (McIlhenny house)
   Paul homestead
   Pelham houses
   Peters, Gtn Av, opp. Gowen estate
   Peterson, Henry
   Phil-Ellena
   Queen’s House
   Rex House
   Rodney house
   Shelmerdine (1st)
   Shelmerdine Mansion (old)
   Shippen-Blair House
   Sower house
   Sparrow Jack house
   Stenton
       Barn
       Interiors
       saved from burning
   Taylor, Enoch
   Thones Kunders house
   Trevose
   Tulpehocken home of H. H. Houston
   Upsala
   Vernon
   Wakefield
   Williams, F. H., 5349 Greene “Inglenook”
   Wister Town House
   Wyck
       Alterations
       Architecture
       Barn
       Furnishings
       Gardens
Buist, Robert
Bullock & Crenshaw
Bullock, Ann Elizabeth (Emlen)
Bullock, John Griscom (1854–1939)
Bullock, Rebecca, see Wister, Rebecca (Bullock)
Bullock, Wm. Rockhill, MD ( –1914)
Buncombe, Edward
Bundick, Evelyn (AAGG)
Buonaparte, Joseph (1768–1844)
Burd, Edward (1751–1833)
Burd, Edward Shippen (1779–1848)
Burgin, Herman, MD (1850?–1935)
Burial places, Philadelphia
Burials 1854–1860
Burk, see Smith & Burk
Burkart [Burkert], Valentine
Burkart [Burkert], Valentine, estate
Burn, Frances Gibson (Meehan) (1862–1929)
Burness, James (died Civil War)
Burnheater, Jacob
Burnheater, William
Burns, Edmund, captain
Bus, Philadelphia’s first
Bush, Mary, estate
Bush, Peter
Business transactions 1830–1870
Bussger, ––
Busshe, Peter
Bussinger, ]ohn (died Civil War)
Busybody
Butcher [or Butler?], E. (died Civil War)
Butcher, Elias
Butcher, Howard
Butcher, Jacob
Butcher, Samuel
Butler Place
Butler, Charles
Butler, Chas. [or Geo?] (died Civil War)
Butler, Fanny A. (Kemble), see Kemble, Fanny A.
Butler, James P.
Butler, Joseph
Butler, Pierce
Butler, Sarah, see Wister, Sarah (Butler)
Butterworth family
Button family
“Button Hill”
Button, Conyers (1836–1924)
Button, John (1800–1882)
Buttons
Buzzard, William
Byberry
Byram, Jos. H.
Byram, James
Byrd, William
Cabinet meetings of United States        return to top
Cabinet, first United States
Cabinet, United States, in Germantown
Cadogan, William
Calabria, Italy
Caldwell, Robert (died Civil War)
Calhoun, Rev. John
Callender, John
Cambria Iron Works
Cameron, George A., MD
Campbell, Andrew
Campbell, Ann (1819?–1855)
Campbell, George
Campbell, Henry R.
Campbell, Jane
Campbell, Michael (died Civil War)
Campbell, Patrick
Campbell, Peter
Camphor, Alexander Priestly, Rev.
Campion, E. W.
Canaan Baptist Church, see Churches
Canby, William (1748– )
Candlemas Day
Canning [?], James
Cannon manufacture
Canoe Club
Caparelli, Giuseppe
Capel, John, Monsignor
Capron (Mrs.) Boarding School for Girls
Caps and Hoopskirts
Cardamone, Phillip, Dr.
Cardeza, Charlotte Drake
Care, Peter ( –1821)
Carey, Edward (died Civil War)
Carillon at the Shrine of the Miraculous Medal
Carley, Charles (died Civil War)
Carley, John (died Civil War)
Carlton, see Buildings
Carothers (Carithers), John
Carousel
Carpenter estate memories
Carpenter family
Carpenter Land & Improvement Co.
Carpenter Lane Station
Carpenter’s Mills
Carpenter, Ann (Adams)
Carpenter, Ellen Douglas, see Bennet, Ellen Douglas (Carpenter)
Carpenter, Frances Graff, see Newbold, Frances Graff (Carpenter)
Carpenter, George Washington (1802–1860)
Carpenter, George, Sr.
Carpenter, Mary Steer
Carr, Joseph
Carr, Samuel M.
Carr, William
Carr, William, & Co.
Carriage manufacturing
Carrigan, Charles W. (1827?–1883)
Carroll, Thomas
Carson, Hampton Lawrence (1852–1899)
Carstens, Veronika, MD
Cart, Samuel
Cartlidge, Edmond
Casa Giusti
Casdorp, Herman
Casdorp, Jean
Casey, Joseph
Cassel, Amold
Casselberry, Wm. Evans, MD ( –1916)
Caterer
Caterers, guild of the
Catfish and Waffles
Catholic Women’s Alliance
Cauffman Bible
Cedar Park
Cedar Park Stock Farm
Cedardale Mills, see Mills
Cemeteries
   Fair Hill
   Hood’s (Lower Burial Ground)
   National
   Palmer
   Upper Burial Ground
Census, first
Centennial Exposition 1876, Horticultural exhibits
Center Bridge Inn
Central High School Philadelphia
Cerrato, Vincenza
Chalkley Hall
Chancellor, Henry, Jr. (died Civil War)
Chandler’s store, Chelten Ave..
Chandler, Thopolus [sic]
Channon house 5706/08 Gtn. Ave.
Channon, Sarah
Chapel, Sarah (1818?–1855)
Chapman, Nathaniel, MD (1780–1853)
Chappelle family
Charlton, Henry
Charlton, Joseph
Charter Oak Association
Chase, William Merritt
Chatburn, George M.
Chatburn, Joseph
Chelten Avenue area
Chelten Electric Company
Chelten Tailoring Establishment
Cherry Memorial Baptist Church, see Churches
Cherry, Robert—stores
Chess
Chestnut Hill
   Academy
   as suburb
   Germantown & Chestnut Hill RR
   Germantown-Chestnut Hill Improvement Association
   Harmony School
   Morris Arboretum
   Union Chapel
Chestnut Hill Historical Society
Chestnut Hill Water Company
Chestnut Street Theater
Chew House
Chew, Benjamin (1723–1810)
Chew, Benjamin, letter
Chew, William White (1803?–1851)
Child, John G. (1816?–1857)
Childhood
Childs, Cephas G.
China
China ware
China, Commemorative
China, Toby jugs
China, Tucker
Chipin, Max
Cholera epidemic 1832
Chorus, Roxborough Male
Christ Church (Old Swede’s), Upper Merion, see Churches
Christian Hall Library
Christmas
   Annual
   Candle lighting
   Early celebrations
   Flower
   Food
   in Old Germantown
   Legends
   Parties
   Prayer
   Tree
Chronology of 1883
Church of the Epiphany, see Churches
Churches
   African-American
       Bethel A. M. E.
       Canaan Baptist
       Cherry Memorial Baptist
       Corinthian Baptist Church
       Enon Tabernacle Baptist
       Faith Presbyterian
       Grace Baptist
       Janes M. E.
       Mount Zion Baptist
       St. Barnabas P. E.
       St. Catherine’s of Siena R.C.
       Zion Evangelical Church
       Zoar M. E. Church
   Christ Ascension Lutheran
   Christ Church (Old Swede’s), Upper Merion
   Christ Church, Germantown
   Church of the Atonement
   Church of the Epiphany
   English-speaking, first
   First Baptist
   First Methodist
   First Presbyterian
   First Presbyterian in Germantown
   First United Methodist
   Gloria Dei
   Holy Cross
   Holy Rosary
   House of Prayer
   Immaculate Conception
   Market Square
   Market Square Presbyterian
   Mennonite
   Mennonite Church and Mennonites, bi-centennial of
   Mount Airy Presbyterian
   Oblates of St. Francis De Sales (Maryland)
   Old Philadelphia
   Old St. George’s Methodist
   Peoples Presbyterian Mission
   Peoples Presbyterian Sunday School
   Presbyterian
   Second Baptist
   St. Francis of Assisi
   St. James Episcopal (Langhorne)
   St. James Methodist Episcopal
   St. James the Less
   St. Luke’s Episcopal
   St. Madeleine Sophie
   St. Martin in the Fields
       Records
   St. Michael of the Saints
   St. Michael’s Lutheran
   St. Michael’s Mission
   St. Peter
   St. Peter’s Episcopal
   St. Stephen’s M. E.
   St. Vincent de Paul
   St. Vincent’s Seminary
   Summit Presbyterian
   Trinity Lutheran
   Trinity M. E. Church
   Union Chapel
   Unitarian
   Unitarian (Germantown)
   Unitarian Church—theatricals
   Various Germantown
   Westside Presbyterian Church
Ciardullo, Agostino
Cibot (painter)
Cinnamot [?], Hugh
Circus
Circus in Germantown
Circus—June, Titus, Augevine & Co.
City Parks Association
Civil War
   Anderson’s Cavalry
   Army of the Potomac
   Bixby letter
   Bucktails
   Custer, George Armstrong
   Cuyler Hospital
   Diary
   Doctors
   Ellis Post G.A.R.
   Florida campaign
   Fort Fisher assault
   Fort Sumter
   Fredericksburg
   Germantown fatalities
   Germantown involvement
   Gettysburg
   Gettysburg, Battle of
   Hospitals
   Kephart Boys
   Lee’s Surrender
   Letters
   Letters of John Mitchell
   Libby prison
   Libby Prison Lottery
   List of Survivors
   List of veterans
   Mower Hospital
   Pennsylvania Volunteers, 133rd Reg.
   Pennsylvania Volunteers, 97th Reg.
   Pennsylvania Volunteers,190th Regiment
   Soldiers Monument, Market Square
   Surgeon
   Third Cavalry Division
   Veterans’ reunions
Civil War Library and Museum
Clapier, Louis (1764/65–1837)
Clapp, John
Clark, Daniel, Jr.
Clark, Lydia Jane
Clark, Thomas (1833?–1883)
Clark, Walter Appleton
Clarke, William
Clarkson, Matthew (1733–1800)
Clarkson-Watson House, see Buildings
Claxton, Charles, MD
Clay, Charles
Clay, John A.
Clayton, Isaac (died Civil War)
Clayton, M.
Cleaning
Clemens, Thomas E.
Clever, Gertrude
Clever, Peter
Cliff, Charles R.
Clifford, J. H., Rev.
Cliveden, Reception
Cliveden, see Buildings
Clock making
Clock, grandfather’s
Clocks
Clocks at Germantown Historical Society
Clothing
Clothing accessories
Clothing, 18th century
Clothing, 18th century
Clothing, boys’, 18th century
Clothing, Joshua Evans’ journal
Clothing, Victorian children’s
Clough, James
Clower, W. L.
Clubs
   Bocce
   Commodore Barry
   Germantown Cricket
   Mermaid
   Pelham Auto
   Philadelphia Country
   Philadelphia Cricket
   Philadelphia Sketch
   Science and Art
   Shakespeare
   Union League of Germantown
   Venetian
   Womens’ Club of Germantown
Clymer, Robert
Clymer, Sarah (1775?–1855)
Clynick, Joseph
Coach and Harness Makers
Coaches
Coal mining
Coalyard, Germantown (Carr)
Coates, Florence Earle (1850–1927)
Coburgh, Charles
Codey, Mary (1789?–1857)
Codweis, John Cunrad
Cody, Michael J.
Coffin, Elizabeth (Wood)
“Cogslea”
Cohen, Joseph Simon
Colbert, John (1823?–1883)
Colbridge, Mary A. (1822?–1855)
Colcord, Claire & Roddy
Cole, William
Colflesh, Catherine (Kitty)
Colflesh, Willam, Jr.
Colflesh, William
Colket, Coffin ( –1883)
Colladay, James S.
Colladay, Susan (Axe)
College Settlement Farm
Collett, Mark W. (died Civil War)
Colliday, William (1738?–1823)
Collier, Edmund Yates (died Civil War)
Collington, Florence E.
Collins, Ann
Collins, William
Collisson, see Shriver & Collisson
Collinson, Peter
Collom, Benjamin
Collom, Samuel
Colonial Dames of Pennsylvania
Colonial Germantown, Inc.
Colonial revival
Columbia Volunteer Fire Company
Columbia Yarns
Combs College of Music (bldg.)
Comfort, William
Comly & Heebner, estate
Comly farm
Comly, Helen M.
Comly, Joshua
Comly, Stallman & Millman
Commodes, water-closets, etc.
Commodore Barry Club
Concern for Germantown
Concord School
Concord School House
Conestoga Wagon
Connolley, John (died Civil War)
Conrad, see also Kunders
Conrad Bible
Conrad, Ann
Conrad, Anthony
Conrad, William, estate
Constitution, Pennsylvania involvement
Continental mills
Conwell, Russell Herman, Rev. (1843–1925)
Conwell, Sarah Sanborn ( –1910)
Cook, Charles Walter
Cook, John
Cook, Joseph
Cooke Francis
Cooper, John
Cope family
Cope, Amos
Cope, Caleb
Cope, Caleb
Cope, Edward Drinker (1840–1897)
Cope, Edwin R., estate
Cope, Henry
Cope, Isaac
Cope, Levi
Cope, Mary (1854?– )
Cope, Mary D., see Haines, Mary D. (Cope)
Cope, Thomas P.
Copestick, William
Corbise, J. A.
Corcoran, John
Corinthian Baptist Church, see Churches
Cornelius & Co.
Corson, Alan
Corvy (Wm. Wynne Wister house)
Corwell, William
Costain, Charles
Costume Collection
Costumes
Cottman, Letitia
Coulston Bible
Coulter, John (1771?–1857)
Countryside, Germantown to New Hampshire
Court House, Philadelphia
Covey, The
Cowley, Timothy
Cox, Charles
Cox, Elias
Cox, Gideon
Cox, James
Cox, Thomas (1750?–1812)
Cox, William K., estate
Coxe, Daniel W. (1769–1852)
Craft [or Croft], Lenhart [or Leonard?] (died Civil War)
Craig, Madison
Cramp Shipyards
Crane, see Pilling & Crane
Crane, Michael A., Rev. (1881–1947)
Crane, Theron I.
Crawford, Evelyn
Crawford, John
“Crazy Nora” (painting)
Creager, George
Creager, Samuel
Crease Powder Mill, see Mills
Crease, Charles T., Chemical Dye Works
Credling, Robert
Crenshaw, Edmund A. ( –1975)
Cresheim Farm
Cresheim Valley
Cresheim Valley Fountain
Cress, Albanus
Cress, Christiana
Cress, George
Cress, Hamilton
Cribham, Richard
Cricket in Germantown
Cricket in the Gay Nineties
Crier, Germantown (50 year anniversary)
Crisp, Stephen
Crockett, Davy
Crossley, Charles, estate
Crout, Jacob (1759–1822)
Crout, John
Crout, John (1745–1802)
Crout, William
Crowder, Joseph (1795?–1859)
Crowder, Sarah (1806?–1856)
Crows
Culp, Abraham
Culp, Abraham (1775?–1857)
Culp, Fred (1789?–1859)
Culp, George
Cunard, Nancy (1896–1965)
Cunard, see Kunders
Cunningham Piano Company Records
Curran, Peter
Curran, Robert E.
Currency, monetary
Curry, Benjamin P.
Curry, Michael
Curry, Patrick
Custer [Kuster] family
Custer, George Armstrong, Gen. (1839–1876)
Custis, George Washington Parke
Cuyler Hospital, see Hospitals
D’Ascenzo Studios        return to top
D’Ascenzo, Nicola
D’Lauro, Anthony
D’Lauro, John
Dagit, Henry D., & Sons (architects)
Daguerrotype business
Dalrymple, James A.
Daly, Thomas Augustine (1871–1948)
Dammond, John
Danenhower [Dannehower] , George
Danenhower, Charles
Danenhower, George (1748?–1849)
Danenhower, George (died Civil War)
Daniels, James
Daniels, John H. (died Civil War)
Dannehower family
Darrach, James, MD (1828?–1923)
Darrach, William, Jr., MD
Darrow, Charles B.
Dates of events
Daugherty & Henderson
Daughters of Liberty
Daughters of the American Revolution
Daughters of the American Revolution, Germantown Chapter
David, Edw. W., estate
Davis, Alvah M., MD
Davis, Benjamin
Davis, Charles (died Civil War)
Davis, Elizabeth (1840?–1859)
Davis, Harry (spy)
Davis, John
Davis, Joseph
Davis, Mary (1764?–1856)
Davis, Samuel
Davis, Ward (1831?–1858)
Davison, William
Day, Michael A., Rev. (1829?–1883)
de Benneville Bible
de Brahm burials
De La Plaine House, see Buildings
De Wees, see Dewees
Dean, George W.
Dean, Sheridan W.
DeAngeli, Marguerite
Dearnley’s Mill, see Mills
Deaver, Richard Wilmot, MD (1848–1927)
Deaves, Abraham
Deaves, Jonathan
DeBenneville, George
Declaration of Independence signers
Decoration, lnterior, colonial revival
Decoration, lnterior, mid–l9th century
Dedier, H. H. (died Civil War)
Dedier, Peter J. (1806–1871)
Dedier, William C. (1780–1860)
Deeds and indentures
Deer attack
Delaney family
Delaney, Charles (died Civil War)
Delany, Richard
Delaplaine, James
Delmar-Morris Apartment House
DeLuca family
Denis Home
Denny, Robert
Department store
Derr, Charles, check forger
Derr, Hester O.
Derr, Jacob
Derr, Jacob F.
Derr, Michael
Derr, Samuel
Deshler family
Deshler, David
Deshler, David, Col.
Deshler-Morris furnishings
Deshler-Morris house, see Buildings
Deshler-Morris painting bill
Dettra, Christian J.
Dettre, Jonas H.
Detweiler, Barbara, estate
Detweiler, Franklin
Detweiler, Samuel
Detweiler, John (1802?–1859)
Deveria (painter)
Devilstown
DeWees, Henry (1757?–1802)
DeWees, William (1752?–1815)
Dewees, Gerrit Hendricks
Dewees, William
Dewees, Zytien
Dice, Charles
Dice, Edmund
Dice, Edward (died Civil War)
Dice, Jacob (1816?–1860)
Dicker, Michael ( –1796)
Dickerson, Mary (1780?–1860)
Dickey, John M.
Dickinson, Israel
Dickinson, Joan Y.
Dickinson, Joseph
Dilbeck, Isaac
Dilbeck, Marie
Dill, John
Dilman, Theo (died Civil War)
DiMaria, Edith Francesco
Dimmock, William
Dinah (caretaker of Stenton)
DiNola, Jane
DiPasquale Quartet
Disease 1793
Dix, Charles
Dixson, Thomas
Doane, Samuel (died Civil War)
Dobson’s Mill, see Mills
Dobson, John and James
Dobson, Sarah
Dock, Christopher ( –1777)
Document preservation
Doeden, Jan
Doeden, John
Doeden, Mary
Dogtown
Doll House
Dolls
Dolls, French fashion
Domesticity, Victorian attitudes toward
Donaldson, Mary Ann
Donat, Charles (died Civil War)
Donat, Christian
Donat, Jonathan
Donat, Justus
Donavan, Daniel
Donley, Andrew (1839?–1859)
Doorways
Dorcas Society
Dorman, John (1821?–1856)
Dorsey, Miss
Dorsey, Sarah (1806?–1856)
Dorsey, Susanna L. (1812?–1858)
Dougherty, Michael ( –1883)
Douglas, Ellen, see Bennet, Ellen Douglas (Carpenter)
Douglass, Mrs.
Douglass, Mrs. (1823?–1860)
Dounton, William
Dove, David James ( –1769)
Downing, Andrew Jackson
Downs, Norton, MD (1867–1916)
Downs, Robert N., Sr., MD (1830–1920)
Doyle, Catherine
Doyle, John (1846?–1883)
Drace, Richard
Drake, Thomas (1807–1890)
Drakeley (fireman)
Drexel Institute of Technology
Drexel, Anthony Joseph (1826–1893)
Drexel, Mary J., Home
Drexel, Mother Katherine
Drexler, H. (1826?–1858)
Drinker, Elizabeth
Drobbel, Joe
Drown, William A.
Druckenbrod, Richard, Rev.
Drug containers
Du Barry, John
Duche, Parson
Duddy, James (died Civil War)
Duffee, Robert
Duffield, Robert K. (1812?–1854)
Duffin, James M.
Duffus, Harry K.
Dugan, Patrick
Dugan, Thomas (1738–1805)
Duke, Bernard
Dunbar, Peter (died Civil War)
Dungan, Benjamin F.
Dungan, Mary ( –1883)
Dunlap, John, printer
Dunleavy, Richard M., Capt. (1810?–1883)
Dunn, Chr. C.
Dunton, William Rush, MD (1831–1911)
Durburrow [or Darborrow], Thomas [or Joseph F.] (died Civil War)
Dutilh, Charles
Dutweiler, John (1754–1822)
Dutweiler, Samuel (1805–1866)
Duval, James S.
Duval, Sophia
Duy, Christian (Christopher) ( –1798)
Duy, Jacob
Dwyer, Edward
Dye, Jonathan
Dyeing
Earl, Clayton (1768–1833)        return to top
Earl, Cornelia
Earl, Harrison
Earl, Susan, see Miller, Susan Earl (1807–1837)
Earl, William
Earpe, Thomas
East Falls
East Germantown Improvement Association
East Pelham
Eastburn (tax clerk)
Eastburn, F.
Eastburn, J.
Eastwick, Andrew
Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, see Buildings
Eckhard, Catharine, see Lehman, Catharine Eckhard
Eclipse, a horse
Eddleman, George N.
Education firsts in Philadelphia
Edwards, Griffith
Edwards, Howard
Edwards, Humphrey
Egle, William Henry (1830–1901)
Ehret Magnesia Manufacturing Co.
Ehret’s slag roofing
Ehret, Alvin M.
Ehret, M., Jr. & Co.
Ehret, Michael
Ehrlicher, F. C.
Eiserman, D. & George W.
Elder’s Mill, see Mills
Elephants in Germantown
Elephants in Germantown, Virginius
Elfreth’s Alley
Elkins, George W.
Elkinton, Howard
Elliger, George (1802–1878)
Elliot, James Mitchell (1866–1952)
Elliott, Charlotte (1790?–1858)
Elliott, Frank A. (died Civil War)
Ellis Post G.A.R.
Ellis, John (died Civil War)
Elvidge, Frank H.
Elvidge, John
Ely, William
Emancipation Proclamation, Fiftieth Anniversary
Emergency Association, Women’s Permanent
Emerson, Emily J.
Emerson, Mary (1825?–1855)
Emerson, Samuel (died Civil War)
Emery, widow, estate
Emhardt, Frederick (1810–1837)
Emhardt, Jacob
Emhardt, Sarah (1815?–1850)
Emlen, John T.
Emlen, Samuel
Endy, Margaret (1806?–1857)
Engard, Sarah
Engell, see Engle
Engelman, John
Engle family
Engle house
Engle pine chest
Engle, Archibald (1759?–1796)
Engle, Catharine
Engle, Charles
Engle, Charles (1749?–1808)
Engle, Charles B.
Engle, Elizabeth ( –1840)
Engle, Elizabeth, Mrs. (1757?–1842)
Engle, George (1788?–1848)
Engle, Jacob
Engle, James
Engle, Jesse
Engle, Joseph
Engle, Margaret M. (1836?–1856)
Engle, Paul
Engle, Paul, Jr.
Engle, Paul, Sr.
Engle, Reed L.
Engle, Sarah Ann ( –1844)
Ennis, Thomas L.
Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, see Churches
Ent, John ( –1794)
Ent, Osborn T.
Ent, Theobald ( –1794)
Ent, William (1790–1874)
Erdman Bible
Erlicher, Fritz, Major ( –1883)
Ernest M. Strollo Sons of Italy Lodge
Ernst, John George
Errata, Afterthoughts etc.
Errickson, Miss
Esau, Christian (1790?–1883)
Estabrook, John D.
Eustace, John
Evans, Anna M. (1844?–1858)
Evans, Barbara
Evans, David
Evans, Frederick
Evans, Joshua, journal
Evans, Mrs. George (1855?–1883)
Evans, Richard
Evans, Thomas W.
Evans, ––
Everett, T. T., Rev.
Excursions, summer
Express business
Eyster W. F., Rev.
Fabrics        return to top
Facts, miscellaneous
Fahnestock, ––: “The Haunted Mill”
Fair Hill Burial Ground
Fairbrother, Allen (died Civil War)
Fairmount Park
Fairmount Park Houses
Fairmount Park on National Register
Fales, Sarah K. B.
Falkner, Roland P. (1866– )
Fallon, John
Falls of the Schuylkill
Family History Centers of the Church of the Latter Day Saints (Mormon)
Family stories, preservation
Famularo family
Fanelli, Doris G., on Deshler-Morris House
Farley, James (died Civil War)
Farley, Luke (died Civil War)
Farmer’s market
Farmers & Mechanics Bank, see Banks
Farmers Picnic & Montgomery County Fair 1911
Farrin, Elizabeth (1789?–1857)
Fashion, Victorian
Fashions 1900–1930
Fashions 1901
Faust, Sarah (1816?– )
Featherstonehaugh, George W.
Fehlinger [or Fehlbringer], L. (died Civil War)
Felew, Alonzo (1838?–1857)
Fell, Edith N. (1800?–1857)
Fell, Robert
Fellowship Company (fire)
Felty, Earnst
Felty, Peter
Female Virtues
Fende, Elizabeth, see Lehman, Elizabeth (Fende)
Fenian Hill
Fenton, Elizabeth (1840?–1858)
Fenton, James D. [or J.?]
Fenton, Thompson & Co.
Ferguson, Mary Rodgers
Ferguson, Stephen B.
Fern Hill, see Buildings
Ferraro, Rose
Festtage/Festival 83
Fetters, Henry (died Civil War)
Fiechter, Frederick C.
Fiedler, Elizabeth, see Lehman, Elizabeth Fiedler
Field hockey
Fielding, Mantle (1865–1941)
Fildes, Abraham
Finch, Charles
Finkel, Kenneth
Finley, John (1816?–1860)
Finley, Sarah (1817?–1854)
Finnegan family
Finneran, John
Fire Association
Fire companies
Fire Company, Middle Ward
Firehouse, Engine #9
Firemen, volunteer
First Presbyterian Church in Germantown, see Churches
Firth, Frank J.
Fisher (fireman)
Fisher family
Fisher mansion, see Buildings
Fisher’s Hollow
Fisher, Alexander
Fisher, Andrew
Fisher, Charles
Fisher, Coleman
Fisher, Elizabeth (1789?–1857)
Fisher, George
Fisher, Jacob W.
Fisher, Mary Rodman
Fisher, Morgan & Company (iron works)
Fisher, Peter
Fisher, Sarah Logan
Fisher, Sidney George (1809–1871)
Fisher, Thomas
Fisher, Thomas Rodman
Fisher, William
Fisher, William
Fisher, William Logan (1781–1862)
Fishing
Fitler School
Fitzimmons, Thomas
Fitzpatrick, James
Flags, national
Flax culture and processing
Fleckenstein, Frederick (1805–1873)
Fletcher, Robert
Fleu family
Fleu, Elizabeth (1830?–1860)
Fleu, Susan (1829?–1858)
Flin, Dennis
Fling, George (1819–1883)
Fling, Joseph
Flood, John M.
Flora of the Wissahickon
Flory, John S.
Flowers
Flowers, wild
Flue, John
Flue, William
Flynn, Timothy
Fogle, Enos
Follar [Foller], Casper
Follar [Foller], Catherine
Follar [Foller], Christian
Folwell Bible
Fons, Charles, estate
Food, preparation & preservation
Food, prices, 1893
Foon, Thomas
Forbes, James
Ford, Emma (1836?–1860)
Ford, James
Ford, James, school for girls
Forde, see Reed and Forde
Forepaugh, Adam
Forman, William Gordon (1770– )
Forrest farm
Fort Mifflin
Fort St. David
Fort Sumter
Fortie, William C.
Foster, John
Foster, Samuel
Foster, ––
Foulke and Long Institute
Foulke and Long lnstitute for Orphan Girls
Foulke, John
Foulke–Roberts, Ann
Founding families
Fowler, Joseph (died Civil War)
Fox, John (1755?–1802)
Fox, lsaac (died Civil War)
Frack, Jack
Fraley (Fröli) Bible
Fraley house at 6-mile stone
Fraley’s carpentry shop
Fraley, Anne C. (1799?–1883)
Fraley, Henry
Fraley, Rittenhouse
Frame, John
Frame, Richard
France family
France’s Carpet Factory, Mt. Airy
France, John & Erwin
France, Erwin
France, John
Francis, Charles ( –1824)
Francis, John ( –1826)
Frankford
Frankfort Company
Franklin & Hall (publishers)
Franklin Baker Co., see Baker, Franklin, Co.
Franklin Fire Company
Franklin Institute
Franklin stove
Franklin, Benjamin
Franklin, Benjamin, bust
Franklinville
Franklinville residents
Franks, Isaac
Franquelin (painter)
Frater, William
Freas, Casper
Freas, George
Freas, Henry & Sons
Freas, Melville
Freas, Philip R.
Freas, Solomon
Frease, George (1781?–1859)
Fredman, Frederick
Fredrich Bible
Free Library of Philadelphia, see Libraries
Freed, Henry
Freeman, Jonah
Frick, Conrad (c. 1761)
Friends Hospital
Friends Library
Friends of Rittenhousetown
Friends of the Wissahickon
Frioffer, C. F.
Friuli, Italy
Fromberger, John
Fry, Albert (1809?–1854)
Fry, Gottlieb ( –1791)
Fry, John (1768?–1814)
Fry, William K.
Fryhoffer Bible
Fulford, Louisa (1815?–1855)
Fuller, Meta (Warrick)
Fullmore, Joseph (died Civil War)
Fulmer, Mary (1787?–1859)
Funeral notices, 1839–1855
Funk, E. A. (died Civil War)
Furly, Benjamin
Furnaces, Montgomery County
Furniture of James Logan
Furniture of Loudoun
Furniture, children’s
Furniture, Deshler
Furniture, Germantown
Fusaro family
Fusaro, John
Galagher, Patrick
Gallagher, John
Gallagher, Michael        return to top
Gallo, Francesco
Galloway, Alexander
Galloway, Joseph
Galloway, Michael
Gamble, Samuel
Garden Flower Mart
Gardener’s Monthly
Gardens and gardeners
   Belfield
   Bright, William
   Buist, Robert
   Cope, Caleb
   Eastwick, Andrew
   Gray, Asa
   Hart, John
   indoor, hyacinths
   Langstroth Bee Garden
   McMahon, Bernard (1775–1816)
   Meehan, Joseph
   Meehan, Thomas (1826–1901)
   Ravenel, Henry William
   Saunders, William
   Scott, R. Robinson
   Shaw, Henry, of St. Louis
   Young, Bill
Gardens, early
Gardens, war
Gardette, Emile Blaise, MD (1803–1887)
Garretson family
Garrett, Edmund Franklin, MD ( –1891)
Garrett, Erwin Clarkson (1879–1954)
Garrett, George W.
Garrett, Thomas H.
Garrido, L. R.
Gas Works
Gates, Isabella (Sovereign)
Gates, Jabez (1825–1896)
Gates, Jabez B.
Gates, Jabez, Sr.
Gates, Thomas
Gates, Thomas Sovereign (1873–1948)
Gattchalk [Godschalk], Alice
Gattchalk [Godschalk], Daniel
Gattchalk [Godschalk], Jacob
Gaul, Frederick
Geary, Charles W.
Geary, George N.
Geber, Catharine, see Lehman, Catharine (Geber)
Gehringer, Theodore
Geissler, Daniel
Gendnar, John M.
Genealogical research
Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania
Genealogy Group, African-American
General Foods Corp.
Gensemer Bible
Gentle, Henry L. [or K.?] (died Civil War)
Gentner, ––
Gentry, Thomas G.
Geology
George Allen’s dept. store
Gerckes (Gerkes), see also Yerkes
Gerckes (Gerkes), Antoni
Gerckes (Gerkes), John
Gerhart, Jacob
Gerloch, Adam (1792?–1859)
German Day 1893
German immigration
German Society of Pennsylvania
German Society of Pennsylvania, Tercentenary lecture series
German Township
German, Ellen
German, Kathy
Germantown
   1800–1830
   18th Century, Business
   300th Anniversary Exhibits
   Almshouse
   Authors
   Authors 1683–1902
   Bankers
   Banks
   Benjamin Collom’s Busy Year
   Bicycle Club
   Bi–centennial
   Business enterprises 1866
   Business in 18th Century
   Business transactions 1830–1870
   Businesses
   Businesses 1900–1920
   Capital of United States
   Central High Annex
   Christmas
   Chronology 1883
   Churches by 1735
   Colonial Revival
   Community Council
   Concern for
   Dates
   Description 1748
   Development Plans
   Early Schools
   Exhibits. Tercentenary
   Fire companies
   Founders
       Descendants’ Reunion 1983
       Housing
       Possessions brought
   Founders Monument
   Founders’ Day 1908
   Founding
   Gardens
   Government
   Green Spaces
   Historic Sites
   History
       1853
       1740–1850
       1740–1911
       1850’s
       1958–1959
       1959–1960
       1960–1961
       1961–1962
       1962–1963
       1963–1964
       1964–1965
       1965–1966
       1966–1967
       1967–1968
       1968–1969
       1969–1970
       1970’s
       1970–1971
       1971–1972
       1972–1973
       1973–1974
       1978–1979
       300 years
       Dates
   History, early
   House list
   Houses
   Houses, prints
   Images 1840–1927
   Incorporation opposed
   Industries
   Junior Service Corps
   Land transfers in, early
   Landowners, 1683–1714
   Legal system
   Life in the 1780’s
   Manheim section
   Map 1848–1849, upper ward
   Map 1871
   Map of East Germantown, pictorial
   Map survey 1902
   Map, First
   Market Square
   Medical practice
   Medicine, Home remedies
   Memories
   Movie theaters
   National League for Women’s Service
   National Register sites
   Naturalized citizens
   Neighborhood in 1920’s
   Neighborhoods
   Newspaper routes
   Newspapers
   Occupations
   Occupations in 1847–1851
   People
   Petition to ratify U.S. Constitution
   Photographers
   Physicians
   Places
   Planning
   Poets and poetry
   Politics
   Poor Board
   Post office
   Printing
   Printing
   Public School
   Quiz
   Recreation activities
   Redevelopment
   Rejected
   Relief Society
   Reminiscences, Part 1 (Murter)
   Renovation on the Avenue
   Romanticized
   Scenes
   Schools
   Seal
   Settlement
   Sidewalks
   State capital proposal
   Statistics 1838
   Street names, 1885
   Street names
   Survey of maps 1902
   Survey, architectural
   Tax list 1854, upper ward
   Tax lists 1847–1851
   Tax lists, upper ward, 1853
   Telephone Exchange
   Tercentenary
       Krefeld
       Observance
       Postage stamp
   Textile Industry
   Tour
   Tour of old
   Town Hall
   Town Hall, new—dedication
   Town seal
   Transportation, Early
   U. S. Capital
   Victorian
   Victorian architecture
   Victorian Past
   Villages
   Wagon
   Water supply
   Water works
   Week
   White House
   Wine-making in
Germantown & Chestnut Hill RR, see Railroads
Germantown & Perkiomen Turnpike Co.
   estate
   tolls
Germantown & the Germans exhibit
Germantown Academy, see Schools
Germantown Almshouse
Germantown and Chestnut Hill Improvement Association outing 1924
Germantown Avenue walk
Germantown Avenue, see Streets
Germantown Band
Germantown Blues (militia)
Germantown Board of the Civic Club
Germantown Boys Club
Germantown Community Center
Germantown Courier (newspaper)
Germantown Cricket Club, see Clubs
Germantown Day 1794 [fictional]
Germantown Day 1825 [fictional]
Germantown Dispensary and Hospital, see Hospitals
Germantown Drum Manufactory
Germantown Fire Insurance Company
Germantown Friends
Germantown Gas Company
Germantown Girls’ Reunion
Germantown hay scales
Germantown High School for Young Ladies in Market Square
Germantown Historical Society
   Acquisitions
   Archives
   Ashmead table
   Buildings
       Bechtel House
       Fromberger-Harkness House
       New Home for the Society
       Society’s Former Homes
   Collections
       Peale (James) portraits
       Sleighs
       Smith, Eleanor Houston
       Representative Pieces
   Comings and Goings
   Costume Collection
   Costume Museum
   Costumes
   Crier
       Index, Vol. 1–21 Authors
       Index, Vol. 1–21 Subjects
   Director’s Report
   Dolls
   Donations
   Exhibits
       300th Anniversary
       Fashions 1900–1930
       Field to Factory: Afro-American Migration, 1915–1940
       Forgotten Images
       From Revolution to Constitution
       Spaces and Places
       The Many Faces of Germantown exhibit 1979
       Three Hundred Years of Germantown History
       Toys Dolls & Women’s Needlework
   Financial report, annual 1986
   Founders and First Officers
   Founding
   Genealogical resources, Part 1
   Genealogical resources, Part 2
   Genealogical resources, Part 3
   Genealogical resources, Part 4
   Genealogical resources, Part 5
   Genealogical resources, Part 6
   Genealogical resources, Part 7
   Headquarters, Vernon Mansion—opening 1907
   Library
       Accessions
       Baynton House
       Collections, childhood in
       Genealogical Resources
       History
       The Many Faces of Germantown exhibit 1979
   Membership list
   Museum
       Annex
       Clocks
       Hats
       Treasures
   Museum buildings
   Museum collections
       Ashmead table
       Clothing accessories
       German dulcimer loaned
       Laubachsen needlework loaned
       Samplers
       Toy & quilt collections
       Yeakle family wardrobe loaned
   Museum complex
       Blair House doorway
       Neighborhood renovations
   Museum Visit
   Museum, Costume
       Children’s clothing
   Officers and Managers
   Photograph catalog
   Preservation activities
   President’s Report
   Samplers
   Site and Relic Society
       Brandywine visit
   Site and Relic Society of Germantown
   Society News
   Tercentenary Lectures 1983
   Treasurer’s Report
   Years 50 through 90
Germantown Homeopathic Dispensary
Germantown Horticultural Society
Germantown Hosiery Mill, see Mills
Germantown Hospital Benefit Shop
Germantown Hospital, see Hospitals
Germantown Independent Annual 1885
Germantown Industrial Home for Colored Women
Germantown Infant School
Germantown Jewish Centre
Germantown Library Company (1764)
Germantown Market House
Germantown Medical Club
Germantown Mennonite Church Corporation
Germantown Opera House
Germantown Road
Germantown Road & Its Associations exhibit
Germantown Road 1700’s
Germantown Road paving
Germantown Road places
Germantown Saving Fund Society, see Banks
Germantown Settlement House
Germantown Spinning Company
Germantown Telegraph
Germantown Theater Guild
   Records
   “Road to Freedom”
Germantown Trust Company
Germantown Visiting Nurse Society
Germantown Water Company
   estate
Germantown Woman’s Club
Germantown, land transfers in, early
Germantown, U. S. (landing ship, dock USN)
Germantown, U. S., (sloop)
Germantowner Zeitung (newspaper)
Germantown-Chestnut Hill Improvement Association
Germany, pre-bicentennial tour
German–American National Congress
Gessner, Thomas
Gets, Susan & May, estate
Gettysburg, Battle of, see Civil War
Geyer, Jacob
Geyer, John
Geyer, John G.
Geyer, John H.
Geyer, John M.
Geyer, Samuel B.
Geyer, Susan
Ghost stories
Gibbons, William
Gibbons, William, Jr.
Gibson, William
Giese, Henry
Gifford, Benjamin
Gilbert, Ben F.
Gilbert, Curdis S.
Gilbert, Harrison (1829?–1859)
Gilbert, Isaac
Gilbert, Israel
Gilbert, Josephus Cornelius (1832–1895)
Gilbert, William
Gill, Bruce Cooper, on Grumblethorpe
Gillespie, Horace E.
Gilligan, James
Gillingham, Harrold E.
Gillis, Robert
Gimbo, Thomas
Giorno, Francesco (stonemason)
Giorno, Luigi
Giorno, Luigi, Maestro
Giorno-Calapristi, Norma
Giorno-Calapristi, Norman
Girard, Stephen
Girl Scouts
Giuseppe Giusti Lodge
Glackens [Glackin, Glackins, Gluckins], -- son of Isaac (1832?–1850)
Glackens [Glackin, Glackins, Gluckins], Isaac (1803?–1839)
Glackens [Glackin, Glackins, Gluckins], T.
Glackens [Glackin, Glackins, Gluckins], William
Glackens, Sarah L. (1806–1890)
Glass manufacturing
Gleason, Charles
Gleason, Edwin P. & Son
Glen Fern
Glenn, Hery (1795?–1858)
Glover, William (1794?–1859)
Gluckens, see Glackens
Godbeau, Louis (1818?–1883)
Godey’s Lady’s Book
Godey’s Lady’s Book 1861
Godey, Ellen (1771?–1857)
Godfrey, Thomas ( –1749)
Godfrey, Thomas (1736–1763)
Godman, John Davidson, MD (1794–1830)
Goethe House
Gold, James L.
Golden Swan hotel
Golle, Frederick
Goode, W. Wilson, mayor
Goodfellow, Mary (1834?–1856)
Goodwin, Isaac
Gorch Fock (German tall ship)
Gorgas, Ann
Gorgas, Benjamin
Gorgas, Charles
Gorgas, John (c. 1764)
Gorgas, John — grist mill, see Mills
Gorgas, John, Jr.
Gorgas, Matthias
Gorgas, Rebecca (1802?–1858)
Gorgas, Samuel
Gorgas, Susan, Sketches and Verses
Gorton, Fredk
Gosline, Jas. D.
Gowen, Franklin Benjamin (1836–1889)
Gowen, George W. (died Civil War)
Gowen, James
Gowen, James, Mt. Airy estate
Gowen, Sam
Graber, Margaret (1791?–1858)
Grace Baptist Church, see Churches
Graeff [Graff], Joseph
Graff, Bernie
Graham, John (farmer)
Graham, John (weaver)
Graham, Kate M. ( –1883)
Graham, Thomas J. (died Civil War)
Grant, Charles (died Civil War)
Grater, nutmeg
Gratz, Bernard
Gratz, Simon
Gravenstein, Annie
Gravenstine, Charles (died Civil War)
Gravenstine, Henry, Jr. (1809–1847)
Graver, Andrew
Graver, John
Graver, John (1782?–1855)
Graver, Margaret
Gray [?], Charles W.
Gray, Asa
Gray, George
Gray, William (died Civil War)
Great Road
Green Tree Tavern, see Inns
Green, George O. (died Civil War)
Green, Jacob
Green, John
Green, Joseph & Son—hatmakers
Green, Joseph, Sr. (1770?–1848)
Green, William
Green, William J., Mayor, Philadelphia
Green, ––
Greene, Frank B.
Greenfield, Albert M., estate
Greenhouse, Belfield
Greenhouse, Greenwood (Langstroth house)
Greenhouse, Upsala
Gregg, Catharine (1777?–1859)
Gregg, Herman
Grenadier, Grumblethorpe’s
Grey Towers estate
Grieco, Marian Milione
Griffith, Samuel
Grigg, William L.
Griswold, Idawease (AAGG)
Grogen Bible
Groves, John
Growden, Joseph
Grumblethorpe garden
Grumblethorpe’s Grenadier
Grumblethorpe, see Buildings
Guillou, Charles F. B.
Guillou, Charles Fleury Bien–Aimé (1813–1899)
Guillou, Constant, (1812–1872)
Gummere, Henry W.
Gummey, McFarland & Co.
Gummey, William Taylor
Guninani [or Giminani, Gemenina], Pedro [or O. P.] (died Civil War)
Gutekunst, Frederick (1831–1912)
Guyer, John
Guyer, Susannah
Haas, David        return to top
Haas, Edward
Haas, F. Otto
Haas, Jacob
Haas, Jacob (1786?–1860)
Haas, Jacob, estate
Haas, Job
Haas, Mat.
Haas, Matthias
Haas, Reuben
Haas, Wesley
Haas, William
Haefflick, Cath. (1818?–1857)
Hafner hymnbook
Hagaman, Mary Harris, see Boggs, Mary Harris (Hagaman)
Hager, John
Hager, Mrs.
Hagy, Ann W.
Haines Street “colored primary school”
Haines Street Hollow
Haines, Charles Huston
Haines, Ella (Wister) (1879– )
Haines, Ella Wister
Haines, Hannah R., journal
Haines, John S. (1820–1886)
Haines, Margaret Vaux (Wistar)
Haines, Mary D. (Cope)
Haines, Nellie M.
Haines, Reuben
Haines, Reuben and Jane
Haines, Reuben, journal recipes
Haines, Robert B.
Haines, Robert Bowne (1827–1895)
Haines, William Wister
Haldeman, Elias
Hale, Sarah Josepha
Haley, Robert—dye works
Hall, David, printer
Hall, James ( –1811)
Hall, John E. (died Civil War)
Hall, Moses
Hall, W.
Hallam, Sarah (1819?–1856)
Hallam, Thomas
Halpern, Martha Crary
Hamet, Beach (1812?–1859)
Hamilton family
Hamilton, John
Hamilton, W.
Hamilton, William C
Hamlin, William
Hammer Bible
Hammer, Philip W. (died Civil War)
Hammer, William G.
Hancock, W. & Biddle
Handkerchief
Handsberry, Isaac (1774?–1836)
Handsberry, Joseph (1801–1884)
Hanly, John
Hanna, Robert
Hansberry, Ed (died Civil War)
Hansberry, Edward
Hansberry, Jacob
Hansberry, Samuel
Harberdick [Harberdinck], Levernt [Levin]
Hardy, Curtis
Hare and hound party
Hare, Alexander
Hargreaves, Bob
Harkinson & Jester
Harkinson, Caroline (1834?–1859)
Harkinson, Robert
Harkness House, see Buildings
Harlacher psalmbook
Harmer, Alfred Crout (1825–1900)
Harmer, Samuel (1777?–1854)
Harmony School, Chestnut Hill, see Schools
Harned, William G. (died Civil War)
Harp [Hasp?], Peter
Harrington, Cornelius ( –1883)
Harris, John McArthur, Jr. (1902?–1987)
Harris, Julius G.
Harris, –– (first Negro bank employee)
Harrisburg, William Penn Memorial Museum
Harrison, George Leib (1811–1885)
Harrison, John T.
Harrison, Lovell Birge (1854–1929)
Harrison, Thad (died Civil War)
Harrison, William, Father
Hart [or Hardt], Chas. S. (died Civil War)
Hart, Christopher
Hart, Elizabeth B.
Hart, Johann
Hart, John
Hart, John N. (died Civil War)
Hartshorn [Hartshorne], Henry, MD (1823–1897)
Hartshorn [Hartshorne], Hugh
Hartshorn [Hartshorne], William
Hartwell, Hiram
Harvey, John D. (1804?–1883)
Harvey, Samuel (1770?–1848)
Harvey, Samuel, Rev.
Hasp (Harp?] Peter
Hat manufacturing
Hatfield House
Hathaway, Shadrach
Hatters
Haupt, Charles
Haupt, Hannah (1814?–1860)
Hause, C., estate
Hause, Caspar
Hause, Charles
Haverstick Bible
Hawes, Jacob R.
Hawkins, Moses
Hays (or Hay), Charles (1717?–1793)
Hays, Jacob (died Civil War)
Hays, John
Haywood, Caroline (Baumann)
Haywood, Charles W.
Haywood, William
Hazard, Mrs. P.
Hazelhurst & Huckel, architects
Head (Mrs.) School for Girls
Head, Elizabeth Lane
Hearst, John A., MD
Hearth and Home 1871
Heath, Richard
Heckman, Frank Barnard (1852?–1909)
Heckroth, Henry
Heebner, A. ( –1883)
Heebner, Charles, estate
Heft Bible
Heft, Casper (1816?–1887)
Heft, Jacob
Heilig, B.
Heilig, Capt.
Heilig, Daniel
Heilig, Daniel B.
Heilig, John (1804?–1883)
Heilig, Julia (Rittenhouse)
Heilig, Margaret
Hein’s Washington Tavern
Hein, Albanus
Hein, George K.
Hein, Hester, estate
Heinrich Bible
Heirlooms, preservation
Heisler, Peter
Heisler, William (1756–1842)
Hekroth, Henry
Helffenstein, Ann ( –1883)
Helffenstein, J. (Rev.)
Helliard, Richard
Helltown
Helme & Mcllhenny
Helme, William E.
Henderson, Rems [?]
Hendricks, Gerhard
Hendricks, Marie
Hendricks, Sarah
Hendrickson, Hope Coppage, on Cliveden
Henritsy [Henritzy], Christopher
Henry, Alexander (1823?–1883)
Henry, John Snowdon
Henry, Robert
Henry, Samuel
Henshaw, ––
Henwood, William ( –1883)
Heppe family
Heppe Piano Company
Heppe, C. J., & Son
Heppe, Florence Jules ( –1941)
Heppe, Mrs.
Hera, John
Hergesheimer, Anthony ( –1795?)
Hergesheimer, Christopher ( –1788?)
Hergesheimer, George
Hergesheimer, Joseph (1880–1954)
Hermann, Ann M.
Hermes, Peter
Hermitage (house)
Hermits
Hermits of the Wissahickon
Herrick, Christine Terhune
Herron, Vernon, Dr. (AAGG)
Hesselius, John
Heston, Elizabeth R. (1839?–1859)
Hetzel, Mathias (died Civil War)
Hey, David Sum 1986
Heywood, Susannah (1837?–1859)
Hibbert, F. J.
Hibernians
Hicks, Ann, see Magarge, Ann (Hicks)
Hicks, Edward
Hicksites
Higginbotham, Judge Leon
Hildeburn, John
Hildeburn, Joseph
Hildeburn, Samuel
Hill (Joseph E.) School, see Schools
Hill, George W.
Hill, Joseph
Hill, Joseph E.
Hill, Richard, Jr
Hillock, Henry
Himmelsbach family
Hines, Thomas
Hinkle’s ship chandlery
Hinkle, Ann & Sarah
Hinkle, Casper ( –1802)
Hinkle, Daniel S
Hinkle, David & Jesse
Hinkle, David (1836–1916)
Hinkle, David (photographer)
Hinkle, Garrett R.
Hinkle, Jacob
Hinkle, Jesse
Hinkle, Jessie
Hinkle, John
Hinkle, Rebecca
Hipple’s Tavern
Hirst, H.D.
Hirst, Rebecca Kennedy
Historic certification—Germantown
Historic Germantown Preserved, Inc.
Historic Registration Project
Historic walk
Historical notes of Germantown
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Hobensack, John
Hocker, Edward W. ( –1962)
Hocker, Edward W. ( –1962), Notes on the Wissahickon
Hodgson, Mary (1774?–1856)
Hodgson, Mrs.
Hoeflich, Clarissa (1831?–1859)
Hoffman, George
Hoffman, Nathan
Hoffman, Norris H.
Hoffman-Lynch, Catharine G.
Hogan, James
Hogermood Bible
Hogue, Robert M.
Hoiver, Frank
Holden, Alfred (1852–1926)
Holden, Elisabeth, see Belcher, Elisabeth (Holden)
Holland, Thomas
Hollingsworth, Mathew (1813?–1857)
Holloway, Israel
Holloway, Lisabeth M.
Holme, John ( –1701)
Holmes, Asher
Holmes, George H. (died Civil War)
Holmes, Harriet ( –1912)
Holroyd, James
Holt, Adam
Holtzapple & Trout
Holy Rosary Church, see Churches
Home for Incurables
Home remedies
Homeopathic Medical Club of Germantown
Homeopathy
Homer, Horace, MD (1841–1883)
Homiller, Henry
“Honey Run”
Honeywell Plant
Hong farm
Hong’s Woods
Hong, Andrew (1809?–1859)
Hong, Lewis (died Civil War)
Hood Cemetery, see Cemeteries
Hoodt, Casper
Hooper Sons
Hooper, James
Hooper, Robert
Hoopes, Bro. and Thomas Nursery
Hoople, Archibald
Hoot A., C. Tace, estate
Hoover, Jacob L.
Hopkin, William
Hopkins, Harriet L., MD ( –1912)
Horn Edward T., III, Rev.
Horner Bible
Hornung Home
Horse and Buggy Memories
Horse Show, Wissahickon
Horse, fire department
Horsten, Heiner
Horstmann, William J. (1819–1872)
Horter, Jacob (farm)
Horticultural Hall
Horticulture
Hortter, Abraham R.
Hortter, Anna
Hortter, Jacob
Hortter, Jacob R.
Hory, Thomas
Hose Company, Philadelphia
Hoser, Sarah Sarah (1807?–1860)
Hospitals
   Civil War
   Cuyler
   Friends
   Germantown
   Germantown Dispensary and Hospital
   Germantown Hospital Fete 1911
   Mower
   Pennsylvania
   Samaritan
   St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children
   Temple University
   University of Pennsylvania
   Women’s Medical College
Hotchkin, Samuel F., Rev. (1833–1912)
Hotels, see Inns
Hottenstein, Abraham
Hottenstein, Isaac L.
Hottenstein, William
Houlgate Mill, see Mills
Houlgate, Matthew
House cleaning
House of Prayer
House Tour 1968
Houseal, Naomi Colussi
Household advice
Housekeeping
   Advice
   Kitchens, implements & fumishings
   Laundry techniques
   Preparing for
   Servants
   Sewing–machines
Houses, see Buildings
Houston, Ann (1800?–1859)
Houston, Henry Howard
Houston, Wilhelmina (1834?–1858)
Hovendon, Thomas
Howe, Jacob, estate
Howe, Julia Ward
Howell House, see Buildings
Howell Park
Howland, Frances Louise
Hubbard, Jewell
Hubbs, Joseph
Hubbs, William B. (died Civil War)
Hudson, Richard
Hudson, Willem
Huff, Rhoda (1763?–1860)
Hughes, Electa Griffith
Hughes, Joseph L.
Hughes, Mary, school of
Huguenots
Humes, George C. (died Civil War)
Humphreys Family
Hunsicker & Funk
Hunsicker, Elias A.
Hunter, William
Hurley, Martin
Hurley, Thomas
Huston, Alexander
Huston, Alexander, estate
Huston, Caleb
Huston, Edward
Huston, Horatio G.
Huston, James
Huston, Joseph
Huston, Joseph M.
Huston, Mary
Hutelmyers, ––
Hyacinths, forced
Hygiene, personal
I Remember        return to top
   Chelten Avenue
   Clocks
   Drug Store
   Joseph S. Clark, Sr.
   Michael Billmeyer House
   Old Academy
   Old Town Hall
   Spring Day (Poem)
Iannuzzi, Francesco (stonemason)
Iannuzzi, Frank
Iannuzzi, Gennaro
Iannuzzi, Pasqualina (Bessie)
Iannuzzi, Vincenzo
Idell, Albert E. (1901– )
Idell, George
Idell, Mrs. L.
Immigration of Germans
Immigration, Reason for, 1680’s
Immigration, United States
Improvement Association, Germantown and Chestnut Hill, outing 1924
Indentured emigrants
Indentured servants
Independence Hall
Independence Hall area, restoration
Indian chiefs
Indian land purchase
Indian meetings
Indian Queen Park
Indian Rights Association
Indian visits
Industrial Home for Colored Women
Industrial Home for Girls, see Foulke & Long lnstitute
Industry, glass
Infants’ Retreat, School House Lane
Inflation struggle 1874
Influenza epidemic 1918
Inglis House
Ingram, William
Inns
   Bockius’, John M.
   Buttonwood (George Heft’s)
   Buttonwood Hotel
   Center Bridge
   Farmers and Drovers
   Farmers Hotel
   Germantown
   Golden Swan
   Green Tree
   King of Prussia
   Levering, Aaron
   Mermaid
   Mineral Springs
   Nice
   Red Lion
   Valley Green
   Washington
   Watkins, Mrs., Hotel
   White Horse
   Wissahickon Hall
   Wunner’s Hotel
“Inspiration”
Instruments, American Society of Ancient
Insurance, Germantown Fire
Inventions and discoveries, 19th century
Irish National League
Iron industry
Iron ore, veins of
Irwin, Henry
Isaaks, Jacob [or van Bebber, Isaac Jacobs]
Italian bakeries
Italian Building and Loan Association of Gemantown
Italian community in Germantown
Italian immigration
Italians in Chestnut Hill
Italians, prejudice against
Jack, Josiah (died Civil War)        return to top
Jackson, James T.
Jackson, John (1805?–1858)
Jackson, Joseph
Jackson, Margaret (1834?–1855)
Jacoby, Clarence
Jacoby, Edward
Jacoby, ––
Jaggers, William C.
James, Israel E.
James, J. S., Rev.
Janes M. E. Church, see Churches
Janes, Edward S., Bishop
Jansen, see also Johnson
Jansen, Dirck
Jansen, Dirk
Jansen, Reynier
Jansen, Weyert
Jarrett, Dorothea
Jarvis, James
Jarvis, Liz
Jefferson in Germantown
Jefferson, Thomas (1743–1826)
   on George Logan
Jellett, Edwin Costley (1860–1929)
   (cited)
   (quoted)
   Wissahickon scrapbooks
Jellett, Stewart
Jenkins, Charles Francis (1865–1951)
Jenkins, John
Jennings, John
Jersey Coast
Jersey Pine Barrens
Jester, Oliver
Jewish Publication Society of America
Joast, Conrad
Jobbins, Thomas (died Civil War)
Johns, Robert (AAGG)
Johnson & Co.
Johnson family
Johnson House fence
Johnson House Replica
Johnson House, see Buildings
Johnson’s Grocery Store
Johnson, Anthony
Johnson, David
Johnson, George Clarence (1881?–1965)
Johnson, Israel
Johnson, John
Johnson, John (1774–1825)
Johnson, Joseph (1750–1797)
Johnson, Klinken
Johnson, Moses, estate
Johnson, Sam (bugler)
Johnson, Sarah Wheeler, see Wheeler–Johnson, Sarah
Johnson, Walter Rogers (1794–1852)
Johnson, Walter Rogers (1794–1852), 1840 daguerreotype of Wyck
Johnston & Co., grocers
Johnston & Smith
Johnston, C. S.
Johnston, Levi
Johnston, William C.
Johnstone, R. M.
Johnstone, Robert
Jones Bible
Jones, A. (textile mfr)
Jones, Aaron
Jones, Anna (Ruthanna) (1825?–1860)
Jones, Blaithwaite
Jones, Charles
Jones, David L.
Jones, Elizabeth, estate
Jones, Erasmus T.
Jones, Eynaetta (1835?–1859)
Jones, George W.
Jones, Henry (poet)
Jones, Horatio Gates
   (quoted)
   “Papers on Roxborough, Manayunk and the Wissahickon”
Jones, J. & A.
Jones, J. F. &. S.
Jones, James S.
Jones, James S., drygoods store
Jones, John
Jones, John E., Jr. (1904 – )
Jones, John E., Sr. (1870?–1954)
Jones, Lemuel
Jones, Manning F.
Jones, Mary Morris Keamey
Jones, Owen
Jones, Solomon (1783?–1860)
Jones, Spencer
Jones, Thomas
Jones, Thomas ( –1788)
Jones, Thomas T.
Jordan [Jorden], Henry W.
Jordan [Jorden], John
Jordan [Jorden], John H.
Joseph, Sister Francis (Rachel Scarpello)
Journal, Hannah R. Haines
Journalism
Journey to Baltimore and Washington
Journey to Western Pennsylvania 1832
Jungkurth Bible
Jungkurth, Christopher (coachmaker)
Jungkurth, Christopher John (1788–1874)
Jungkurth, estate
Jungkurth, Frederica
Jungkurth, Frederick (1748–1816)
Jungkurth, Frederick John (1819–1874)
Jungkurth, Henry (1800?–1858)
Jungkurth, Mary Fredie ( –1856)
Jungkurth, Rebecca (1791–1875)
Jungkurth, Rebecca (1823–1901), see Markle, Rebecca (Jungkurth)
Jungkurth, Susanna
Junior Service Corps
Kaighin, John        return to top
Kaldenkirchen District 1683
Kalm, Peter
Kane, Elisha Kent, MD (1820–1857)
Karl, Michael
Karnas, Bruno
Karpeles, Maurice J., MD
Karr, Rose
Karshaw, John B.
Karsner, Charles, MD & Rev. (1814–1869)
Karsner, Daniel, MD (1842–1918)
Karsner, George W.
Kastner, Paul
Katz, Silas
Katz, William
Kawash, Don
Keator, John Frisbee (1850–1910)
Keen, Charles Barton
Keen, George
Keen, Joseph (died Civil War)
Keene House
Keiffer, Peter
Keim, Abraham
Keim, Charles
Keller, Henry F. (1861– )
Kelly’s Dam
Kelly, Albert F.
Kelly, Anna Marie
Kelpius, Johannes (1673–1708/09)
   cave
Kelpius, Johannes (John)
Kemble, Fanny (1809–1890)
Kendrick, James R.
Kendrick, Sidney Harold
Keneseth Israel Reform Congregation
Kent, Arthur Atwater
Kenworth, Charles D.
Kephart Boys
Kephart, Anne (1829?–1859)
Kephart, Charles (died Civil War)
Kephart, G. W.
Kephart, J. W.
Kephart, Jacob
Kephart, Jacob W.
Kephart, John (died Civil War)
Kephart, Sylvanus
Kephart, William
Keppel, Edmund
Keppele, Johann Heinrich (1716–1797)
Kerback, John ( –1791)
Kerbaugh, M.
Kerper (Cerper), Abraham ( –1780)
Kerper, Albert
Kerper, Catharine
Kerper, Daniel
Kerper, Henry
Kerper, John
Kerr, Matthew
Kershaw, Dr.
Kester, John W.
Ketz, Sarah
Keurling, Peter
Keurlis, Peter
Kew, (gardens) London
Key, Andrew
Keyser Bible
Keyser family
Keyser, Abraham
Keyser, Abraham, (1763–1852)
Keyser, Barbara ( –1842)
Keyser, Charles (1770–1852)
Keyser, Charles (1838–1839)
   estate
Keyser, Charles P. (died Civil War)
Keyser, Christian
Keyser, Derick (1760–1839)
Keyser, Dirck
Keyser, Elhanan W. (1791?–1860)
Keyser, Elizabeth ( –1840)
Keyser, Elizabeth, see Lehman, Elizabeth Keyser
Keyser, Gideon (1808–1888)
Keyser, Isabella (Provest)
Keyser, Jacob
Keyser, Jacob (1754–1846)
Keyser, John
Keyser, John ( –1840)
Keyser, John D. ( –1842)
Keyser, Martha ( –1846)
Keyser, Michael
Keyser, Mrs. Mary (1785?–1847)
Keyser, Naaman
Keyser, Naaman (1810–1867)
Keyser, Naaman Henry, DDS (1867–1922)
Keyser, Peter
Keyser, Peter (1732–1818)
Keyser, Peter, Jr.
Keyser, Peter, Rev. (1766–1849)
Keyser, Reuben
Keyser, Samuel
Keyser, Samuel ( –1863)
Keyser, Samuel (1783–1868)
Keyser, Silvester (1806–1889)
Keyser, William
Keyser, William (1757–1842)
Kidnapping
Kidnapping of Charley Ross
Kieffer, Peter
Kile, Andrew
Kilgen Company of St. Louis
Kin, Matthias
Kindergarten, earliest
Kines, Frederick
King of Prussia Inn, see Inns
King, J. S. (1770?–1857)
King, John
King, Joseph
King, Joseph, Jr. (mapmaker)
Kinsler, W. D. (–1883)
Kinsly, Michael
Kinzel, Christian
Kirk and Nice
Kirk, Ellen Olney ( –1929)
Kirk, John Foster (1824–1904)
Kirkbride’s
Kisterbock, Josiah
Kitchen family
Kitchen, 19th century
Kitchen, Gordon William (1861?–1906)
Kitchens, implements & furnishings
Kite, William (1810–1900)
Kittinger, John
Klair, Elizabeth (1801?–1883)
Klair, Frederick (1799?–1882)
Klauder, George
Klauder, Marylea Perrot
Klauder, Schuster & Co.
Kleiner, Naiade Balano
Klett, Sarah
Klett, Sarah (1814?–1859)
Klincken, Anthony
Klincken, Aret
Kline, Matthias
Klingler, Lambert
Klostermanns, Enneke
Klotz, Abraham
Knight, George W.
Knight, J. D. (Capt., sloop Germantown)
Knight, John
Knights of Columbus Men’s Temperance Society
Knipe, Alden Arthur (1870–1950)
Knipe, Emilie (Benson) (1870–1958)
Knitting business
Knitting business, Italian
Knob Hill
Knopman, Phillip
Knorr Bible
Knorr, David ( –1807)
Knorr, George
Knorr, Jacob
Knorr, Jacob (1734–1805)
Knorr, John
Knorr, John (1780?–1858)
Knorr, Lydia, see Magarge, Lydia (Knorr)
Knorr, Mathias
Knous [Knouse], Joseph
Knous, Margaret M. (1820?–1858)
Knowles, Francis
Kock, Peter
Kofsky, Claire
Kofsky, Claire
Kohl, Helmut, Chancellor FRG
Konders, see Kunders
Koster, see Kuster
Kramer, Andrew
Krause, John J.
Krauskopf, Eleanore (1889?– )
Krauskopf, Joseph (Rabbi) (1858–1923)
Krauskopf, Manfred (1893?– )
Krefeld (Rhineland city)
   Quakers in
Kremer, Walter H., MD
Krewson, George P.
Krickbaum, Anna, see Saddington, Anna (Krickbaum)
Krickbaum, Conrad
Krickbaum, Elizabeth (Rose)
Krickbaum, George R.
Krickbaum, Hillary (1802–1883)
Krickbaum, John
Krouse, George D. (1840?–1858),
Krouse, John J. (died Civil War)
Kruger, William A.
Kulp. see Livesey & Kulp
Kulp, —
Kulp, Andrew (1804?–1860)
Kunders, house, see Buildings
Kunders, Thones [Tunes]
Kunders/Conrad/Cunard family
Kunius Bible
Kurtz, Arthur (1803?–1858)
Kurtz, Katharine (1823?–1883)
Kuster, see also Custer
Kuster, Arnold
Kuster, Paul
Kutscher, Anna, see Lehman, Anna (Kutscher)
L’Estrange Corinne (pseud.), see Hartshorne, Henry, MD        return to top
La Salle University
Lackman, Samuel (died Civil War)
Ladley, Joseph
Ladley, Samuel H.
Laekman, William
Lafayette College
Lafayette in Germantown
Lafayette, General
   Germantown visit 1825
LaGreca, Gennaro
LaGreca, Marianna
Lahey, William
Lake George, Trip to
Lambdin, Alfred Cochran (1846?–1911)
Lambdin, James Reid
Lambert, William H. (1842–1912)
Lamps, Street
Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society
Land price 1720
Land, Charles
Landis, Catherine A. C. (Pierce)
Landmarks, historical
Landmarks, preservation
Landowners, Germantown, 1683–1714
Landowners, Mount Airy, 1854
Langdon, William
Langstroth Bee Garden
Langstroth family
Langstroth, Elizabeth Lehman (1796?– )
Langstroth, James F.
Langstroth, Lorenzo L.
Langstroth, Piscator
Lankenau School
Lanning, Sarah Denham (Meehan) (1860–1943)
Lapp, Josiah (1834?–1859)
Lare Bible
Large, Jacob ( –1856)
Latimer, Miss E.
Laubach, Christina
Lauck Bible
Laughlin, James A. (died Civil War)
Laundry, Manheim
Laurens, The, see Buildings
Laurentz, Friederick
Laut, George H.
Laut, Henry
Lavalette, E. A. F., Commodore
Lavino, E. J. & Co.
Lavino, Edward G.
Lavino, Edward J.
Lavino, Edwin M.
Lavino, Henry F.
Lavizeri, Secundus, priest
Lawn, Michael
Lawrence, Joshua
Layre, Samuel
Layre, William
Le Brun, Johannes
Lea, Joseph (1785–1848)
Lea, Sallie Ann Robeson (1789–1854)
Lead mining
Leadbeater, H.
League of the Sacred Heart
Leavitt, Dr.
Lebanon Pa.
Ledger of Ann Warder
Lee, David (1817?–1859)
Lee, James
Lee, Walter
Leedom, Benjamin Jones (1811?–1883)
Leedom, James Moore, MD
Leeds & Emlen
Leeds, Ezra B. (1823?–1857)
Lees, Alfred (died Civil War)
Leetin, Peter
Leffert, A. J. (died Civil War)
Legal system
Lehman family
Lehman, Benjamin
Lehman, Christian (1714–1774)
Lehman, Deborah (l79?– )
Lehman, Elizabeth (1796?– ), see Langstroth, Elizabeth (Lehman)
Lehman, John Francis, Jr., Sec’y USN
Lehman, Joseph (1794?–1824?)
Lehman, Lorenza L.
Lehman, Theodore
Lehman, widow’s estate
Lehman, William H.
Leibert, George
Leibert, J. & W., lumber
Leibert, John
Leibert, Mary & Elizabeth
Leibert, P. & J.
Leibert, Peter (1727–1812)
Leibert, William H.
Leiling, Lorenz
Lenhart, Henry
Lenhart, S. R.
Lennen, Daniel S.
Lensen, Jan
Lentz, Henry S.
Leomporra & Mezzanotte bakery
Lesher, George (1751?–1807)
Lesher, William (1737–1787)
Letter from Pastorius
Leupe, Andrew
Levering, Aaron
Levering, Aaron, tavern—Roxborough
Levering, Gerhard
Levering, Jacob
Levering, Joseph
Levering, Michael
Levering, Nathan Sr.
Levering, Nathan, mill
Levering, Wigart
Levin, Richard (died Civil War)
Levy, Isaac Jr.
Levy, Mordecai
Lewin, Richard
Lewis & Clark expedition
Lewis, Amy
Lewis, E. Mortimer
Lewis, Enoch
Lewis, Henry Carvil
Lewis, John
Lewis, W. J., Col. ( –1883)
Libby Prison
Libby Prison Lottery
Liberty Bell
Liberty Bell in Allentown
Liberty Bell removal
Libraries
   Charter Oak
   Chestnut Hill
   Christian Hall
   Free Library of Philadelphia
   Friends
   Friends Historical, Swarthmore College
   Germantown Branch, Free Library
   Germantown Library Company (1764)
       Loganian Library
   Magill, Haverford College
   Northwest Regional
   “The Many Faces of Germantown” exhibit 1979
   Philadelphia Free
   Philadelphia Free, beginnings
   U. of Michigan (William Logan Fisher papers)
Lightcap (Lightkep), John
Lightcap (Lightkep), John R.
Lightcap (Lightkep), Michael
Lightcap (Lightkep), Solomon
Lightcap (Lightkep), William
Lighting
Lilley, Jacob G.
Limb, Mary (1815?–1859)
Limekiln Pike
Linch, Samuel (Judge)
Lincoln Drive
Lincoln, Abraham
   and Carpet
   in Pennsylvania
   Philadelphia visits
Lind Bible
Lindenberger, Ann
Lindsay, Grace (AAGG)
Linen, Pennsbury
Linica [or Linaka, or Leimaky], William (died Civil War)
Link, George
Linn, Mrs Lewis
Lipp, Jacob
Lippard (Leipard) Bible
Lippard, George (1822–1854)
Lippincott, Horace Mather (1877– )
Lipson [or Leapson], John A. (died Civil War)
Lisk, James, Rev.
“Listen to the Mockingbird”
Lister, Charles (died Civil War)
Lit’s department store
Little Britain
“Little Brown Jug”
Little Wakefield, see Buildings
“Little Women” (play)
Little, Mrs Amos P.
Little, Samuel
Livermore, Harriet
Livezey & Kulp
Livezey estate
Livezey, G. F.
Livezey, Joseph
Livezey, Thomas (1723–1790)
Livezey, Thomas, Jr.
Living costs, daily, 1893
Lloyd, David
Lloyd, Franklin
Lloyd, Mark Frazier
Lloyd, Sandra (Mackenzie)
Locker, John G.
Locomotive, electric
Locomotives
Loeb, Samuel
Logan Beneficial Society
Logan family
Logan, Algernon Sydney
Logan, Deborah Norris (1761–1839)
Logan, George
Logan, George, MD (1753–1821)
Logan, Hannah
Logan, Hannah Emlen
Logan, James
Logan, James
Logan, James (1674–1751)
Logan, James, bibliophile
Logan, John (AAGG)
Logan, John Dickinson (1817–1881)
Logan, Sarah Read
Logan, Susan (Wister) (1820–1884)
Logan, W.
Logan, William
Long Branch, N. J.
Long, Eleanor Parker
Long, Eleanor Parker (Foulke) (1792–1882)
Long, Lucile
Long, William
Longfellow, Samuel, Rev. ( –1893)
Longstreth Thomas M.
Lord, John W.
Lord, Joseph L.
Lorenz, Christ.
Lorrain (Miss) school
Losh, John
Loudoun, see Buildings
Lout, Williams (1839?–1857)
Love, John, Jr., Rev.
Lovejoy, Dr.
Lovett, Ken
Lower Burial Ground, see Cemeteries
Lowndes, Charles (Capt., sloop Germantown)
Lowry James
Lowth, Samuel
Lowther, George
Loxley, Benjamin
Lucas, Thomas
Lucinda Furnace
Lucken (see also Lukens), Jan
Lucken, Jan
Lucken, Mary
Ludwick, Samuel
Ludwig, Christopher
Ludwig, Jacob
Lufthansa German Airlines
Lukens (see also Lucken), Isaac
Lukens (see also Lucken), John
Lukens Bible
Lush, Martin
Lutheran Home of Germantown
Lutheran Orphans’ Home
Lutheran Theological Seminary
   Archives
   Refectory
Lutken, see Lucken
Lutz, Ann & Louisa
Lutz, Franklin
Luzzi Lodge
Lynch, Anna Magdalen (1828?–1832)
Lynch, Robert
Lynch, William F. (Capt., sloop Germantown)
Lysinger, Emily
Maas, Wolfram        return to top
MacArthur, John, Jr., architect
Macauley, Isaac
Macfarlane, Carrington
Machine works
Mack, Alexander, Jr. (1712–1803)
MacKellar, Thomas (1812–1899)
MacLaughlin, Charles
Macnamara (Mrs.) Boarding School for Girls
Maddock, W.S. [?]
Magarge, Ann Hicks
Magarge, Charles (1804–1883)
Magarge, Lydia (Knorr)
Magarge, Thomas
Magaw, Thomas
Magaziner, Henry J.
Magee, Charles
Maggin, William
Magna Charta
Magnolia Villa (Gowen house)
Magoffin, John
Maguire, Francis
Maguire, John (died Civil War)
Maguire, Thomas
Maguire, William
Mail service
Maison, Ann Eliza
Maison, John
Maison, John A.
Maison, Peter
Malin, George, MD (1802/03–1883)
Malin, John, MD (1833–1889)
Malin, William H., MD (1838?–1911)
Mallery, Capt.
Maloney, William, Father
Managers for Relief & Employment of the Poor
Manayunk, Revolutionary War
Manheim Cricket Club, see Germantown Cricket Club under Clubs
Manheim Laundry
Manheim neighborhood
Manheim Spring
Manheim Village
Manila Bay
Manley, Edward
Mann, David
Mann, George
Mann, William (died Civil War)
Manship, Henry (1822?–1856)
Manship, John E.
Manufacturing
   Asher’s Candies
   Brick
   Business in 18th Century
   Carriages
   Hat
   Hats
   Ludwig, Christopher
   Shoe
   Shoes
   Textile Industry
Manuscript Book
Many Faces of Germantown exhibit, The, 1979
Map 1848–1849, upper ward
Map 1871
Map of East Germantown, pictorial
Mapother, Anna, school for girls
Maps—Germantown
   1746 – Zimmermann
   1839 – King & Wister
   1849 – Trouhuine & Mifflin
   1851 – King (Chelten Ave.)
Marcolina Quarry
Marcolina Tile
Marcolina, Augustina
Marcolina, Maria Roman
Marcolina, Pierre (Pete)
Margerum & Campbell, shoemakers, Washington Pa.
Market Square
Market Square Presbyterian Church, see Churches
Markle, see Shelly & Markle
Markle, Charles
Markle, Rebecca (1800?–1855)
Markle, Rebecca (Jungkurth) (1823–1901)
Marple family
Marple, Nathan (1823–1922)
Marriage by lot
Marriage Contracts
Marriages, unusual
Marshall, Charles, Jr.
Marshall, Christopher
Marshall, Joseph
Martin, Abraham (1793–1880)
Martin, Arthur
Martindale [Martindell], Isaac C.
Mason Family
Mason, A. Heywood
Mason, Christopher
Mason, John
Mason, John Landis
Mason, Samuel
Mason, Samuel (1798?–1883)
Mason, ]ames S. (1789?–1857)
Masons and Masonic meetings
Mather, Edwin M.
Mather, William N. (died Civil War)
Mathias hymnal
Matlack, Anna ( –1900)
Matthews, James
Mattson, C. H.
Maupay, Daniel
Maupay, Samuel
Maxwell Mansion, see Buildings
Maxwell, Andrew ( –1849)
Maxwell, Anna Smith (1831?– )
Maxwell, Anthony (1808–1863)
Maxwell, Ebenezer (1827–1870)
Maxwell, George (died Civil War)
Maxwell, John B.
Maxwell, Joseph
Maxwell, Margaret (Bockius 1814–1871)
Maxwell, Rebecca ( –1851)
McAsell, Rebecca (1834?–1855)
McBride, Henry (died Civil War)
McBride, William
McBridge, James
McCabe, Charles
McCall, Alexander
McCalla, Patrick
McCallum, Andrew (1806?–1855)
McCallum, John
McCallum, William
McCann [or Mecann], Geo. (died Civil War)
McCann, James (died Civil War)
McCann, John
McCann, Thos. H. (died Civil War)
McCanna, James
McCarty, James
McClean, Dr.
McClellan, George, estate
McClelland, James, Rev.
McClelland, John J. (died Civil War)
McClelland, Mariah ( –1883)
McCloskey, James
McCloud, David (died Civil War)
McCombs [or McCoombs], John (died Civil War)
McCook, John
McCoombs, Thomas
McCormack, William
McCuen, Ellen
McCullough, Edmund H.
McCullough, John
McDaniel, Drucie: “Road to Freedom” (play)
McDaniels, Elizabeth (1834?–1855)
McDermond, Enan
McDermot, Michael
McDevitt, John (died Civil War)
McDonald, J. H.
McDonough, Peter (died Civil War)
McDougal, Alex (died Civil War)
McDowell, May Belle
McEvoy, Edward
McFadden, Jarnes
McFadden, William
McFarland, Paul
McGarrity, Peter, Monsignor
McGarvey, Annie
McGebistry, Thomas
McGee family
McGeown, William, Father
McGinn, Michael
McGinnis family
McGlassby, John, estate
McGuire family
McIlhenny, Frances (Plumer)
McIlhenny, John Dexter
McIlvaine, J. B.
McIlwain & Boland
McIntyre, Archibald
McKinly, Robert
McKinney’s Quarry, see Mines and Quarries
McKinney, Robert K. D.
McLaughlin, John J. (died Civil War)
McLean, Robert
McLeod, Edward (1814?–1855)
McMahon family
McMahon, Bernard (1775–1816)
McMahon, David (developer)
McMires (McMyers), Andrew
McMonaghan, Daniel
McMonaghan, John
McMonigal George
McMullan, Nathan
McMurtrie, May
McMurtrie, Myrtle
McNabb, David
McNabbtown
McNeil Home
McNeil, James (died Civil War)
McRahin, Sarah J. (1827?–1855)
Mead, Cyrus
Mead, Frank
Mearns, William Hughes (1875–1965)
Mears, Anna deBenneville, (1818–1905)
Mechanicstown
Mechlin
Mechlin, Samuel, Jr. (1757?–1819)
Mechlin, Samuel, Sr. (1730?–1817)
Medary, Susan B. R. (1830?–1860)
Medford [or Mudford?], Walter (died Civil War)
Medical practice in Germantown
Medicine in Germantown
   Germantown Homeopathic Dispensary
   Germantown Medical Club
   Homeopathic Medical Club of Germantown
   Homeopathy
   Hospitals, Military—Civil War
   Influenza epidemic 1918
Medicines
Meehan family
Meehan genealogy
Meehan nurseries, 1901 visit
Meehan’s Monthly
Meehan, Joseph
Meehan, Thomas E. (1826–1901)
Meehan, Thomas E., Public School
Meehan, Thomas, and Sons nursery (photos)
Meehan, William
Meehan, William Edward (1853– )
Meeting house, Germantown Friends
Meeting houses, Quaker
Megargee, Charles, see Magarge, Charles
Megargee, Joseph (died Civil War)
Megargee, Samuel (died Civil War)
Mehl, Martin (1761?–1821)
Mehls, Heinrich [? Hans Senrussmirls]
Mehls, John Henry
Mellor, Elizabeth
Mellor, Elizabeth Margaret Macfarlane
Memorial Day
Memories
Menan, James
Menna, Francis, Father
Mennonite & Quaker Witness, 1983 peace protest
Mennonite Church and Mennonites
   bi–centennial of
   in Europe
   in Germantown
Mennonite Meeting House lot
Mennonites
Mercaldo, Luigi (stonemason)
Mercer, Alexander G., Rev.
Mercer, Antelo & Co.
Mercer, Hall
Mercer, John ( –1883)
Mercer, Singleton
Meredith, J. E., Rev. ( –1883)
Mermaid Club, see Clubs
Mermaid Inn
Mershon, Cathrine (1813?–1857)
Mershon, Randal
Meschter J. C.
Messinger, Thomas H. H.
Meyers, Benjamin E
Mezzanotte, see Leomporra & Mezzanotte
Middleton, Joseph
Midi (artist)
Midvale Beneficial Society
Midvale Steel Co.
Mifflin, Thomas
Migration, German
Milan, Engel
Milan, Hans
Milan, Margaret
Milan, Matthias
Milestones on Germantown Road
Miley, Jacob (1781?–1860)
Milione, Angelo (cement worker)
Militia Returns 1794
Miller Bible
Miller [or Moore], Bloomfield (died Civil War)
Miller, Adam
Miller, Albert (died Civil War)
Miller, Albert R. ( –1883)
Miller, Casper
Miller, Catharine
Miller, Daniel
Miller, Harrison (died Civil War)
Miller, Henry F. & Sons Piano Co.
Miller, Jacob (1746?–1814)
Miller, James
Miller, John S.
Miller, Joseph (1757–1825)
Miller, Mary
Miller, Matthias (1775?–1854)
Miller, May
Miller, Michael
Miller, Peter
Miller, Peter (died Civil War)
Miller, Susan (Earl, 1807–1837)
Miller, Thomas
Miller, William
Miller, William (died Civil War)
Millgrove Mills, see Mills
Milligan [or Middleton], Abijah B. (died Civil War)
Millman, Benjamin
Millman, Isaac
Millman, Jesse
Millman, Peter
Millman, William
Millman, William (1780–1858)
Mills
   After the Civil War
   Ammidown’s cotton
   Armstrong’s
   Armstrong’s, Sleepy Hollow
   Bechtel, Peter, see Hogan & Thompson
   Billmeyer, Michael (grist)
   Bronson, Henry
   Carr, Joseph
   Cedardale
   Continental
   Crease Chemical Dye Works
   Crease Powder Works
   Cresheim Creek (Hinkle’s?)
   Custer
   Dearnley
   DeWees
   Dobson
   Elder’s Cordage
   Fisher
    Fisher’s Mill—Wingohocking
   France’s (Cedardale)
   Germantown Hosiery
   Gorgas cotton wadding
   Grist & merchant
   Haley Dye Works
   Hogan & Thompson
   Houlgate fulling
   Leicester Mill
   Levering, Nathan
   Livesey
   Magarge
   Millgrove
   Partenheimer
   Photos and sketches
   Pleasant
   Redles
   Rittenhouse
   Rittenhouse (Cresheim Creek)
   Rittenhouse paper
   Rittenhouse, Part 1
   Robeson
   Robeson flour
   Roxborough Oil
   Roxborough Powder Mill
   Roxborough Tilt Mill
   Scatchard’s
   Scatchard’s Textile
   Thoburn & Wood – cotton
   Townsend’s
   Townsend, Richard
   Wakefield
   Wissahickon Paper
   Wister’s calico print
Mills, Charles K.
Milnor, Rebecca
Minehart, Katharine
Minerva Yarns
Mines and quarries
   Iron works
   Marcolina
   McKinney’s quarry
   Nolen quarry
   Roxborough Mining Company
   Veins of Iron Ore
Mininger [or Miniger], Enos (died Civil War)
Mink, Samuel
Minnich, John
Mintz, Elizabeth
Miraculous Medal Seminary
Mirror, Window
Misener, George
Mitchell, Iola
Mitchell, John, Civil War letters
Mitchell, Joseph, estate
Mitchell, Silas Weir (1829–1914)
Mollenkopf, ––
Monachesi (artist)
Monastery
Monastery (house)
Monetary policy
Money in Germantown
Money weighing
Money, colonial
Monk’s Run
Monk, John
Monoshone Creek
Monteith, Thomas (died Civil War)
Montgomery, John
Montgomery, Knowlton D. (Mrs.)
Montgomery, Robert
Montiani, Peter, Rev.
Montier Family of Germantown
Moony, Wm. H.
Moore, A. A. St. Claire, Rev.
Moore, Alfred F. (firm)
Moore, Catharine (1782?–1860)
Moore, Charles D. (died Civil War)
Moore, James, MD
Moore, John W.
Moore, Lewis (died Civil War)
Moore, Philip H. (1879–1958)
Moore, William Q.
Moran, Thomas J.
Moravian marriages
Moravian Schools of Germantown
Morgan, Evan
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius (law firm)
Morley, William
Morrell, David (died Civil War)
Morris Arboretum
Morris House dedication
Morris House presentation
Morris House reception
Morris House, Garden Flower Mart
Morris House, see Buildings, Deshler-Morris House
Morris, Anna (Shoemaker), see Bloodgood, Anna (Shoemaker) Morris
Morris, Anthony
Morris, Elizabeth Carrington (1795–1865)
Morris, Elliston P.
Morris, Harrison Smith (1856–1948)
Morris, Harvey (died Civil War)
Morris, John T.
Morris, Margaret H.
Morris, Margaret, journal
Morris, Margaretta Hare (1791–1867)
Morris, Marriott C. (1863–1948)
Morris, Martin
Morris, Richard J.
Morris, Robert, jun.
Morris, Samuel B. (1792?–1859)
Morris, Samuel B., family
Morris, William E.
Morton Street Day Nursery and Free Kindergarten
Morton, J. (died Civil War)
Morton, J. St. Clair
Moses, Mordecai
Mott, Lucretia Coffin
Mount Airy
Mount Airy History, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
Mount Airy Landowners, 1854
Mount Airy Part 1, Part 2
Mount Airy Schooldays, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
Mount Airy Schools
Mount Airy builder
Mount Airy College
   students
Mount Airy Historical Awareness Committee
Mount Airy house, see Buildings
Mount Airy Lutheran Seminary
Mount Airy Presbyterian Church, see Churches
Mount Zion Baptist Church, see Churches
Mount, Frederick
Mount, Peter
Mountain, Samuel A.
Mountenay [or Mountney], John (died Civil War)
Movie Stars
Movie theaters, Germantown
Movie-making
Movie-making, “Blowout”
Moving pictures
Mower Civil War Hospital, see Hospitals
Mower, Thomas
Moyer, Christiana (1780?–1855)
Moyer, Henry ( –1807)
Moyer, Jacob (1741?–1822)
Moyer, Jasper (1750?–1823 or 1825)
Mrs. Smith’s Pies
Mt. Pleasant Inn
Mucha, Alphonse
Mueller, Auguste F., MD (1841?–1904)
Muhlenberg, Henry Melchoir
Muir, William H. (died Civil War)
Mulhatton, Patrick (died Civil War)
Muller Bible
Muller, Mrs.
Mullins, Joseph
Multiplication Tables
Mumford, James
Mummery
Mundier, George
Munson, William
Munyon, Samuel
Murals, church
Murphy, Dennis (died Civil War)
Murphy, William
Murray, Norman
Murray, Fannie Moore (AAGG)
Murter, Joseph Dannehower (1815–1911)
Museum, William Penn Memorial
Museums, House
Music
   Instruments
   Society for Preserving Ancient Instruments
Music in Germantown
Music Teachers, Presser Home
Musical Fund Society
Musket, flint-lock
Muster, Sophia D.
Muybridge, Eadweard (1830–1904)
Myers, Adam (died Civil War)
Myers, Charles L.
Mystics
Nagle,Richard        return to top
Naglee, Henry (1733?–1797)
Nails
Nash, Francis
National Archives and Records Center
National Bank of Germantown
National Cemetery
National Farm School
National Institute of Appraisers
National League for Women’s Service, Chestnut Hill Branch
National League for Women’s Service, Germantown Branch
National Register of Historic Places
National Trust
Nativity pageant
Naturalization, first citizens
Neave farm
Neavel, John
Neef, Joseph
Neff, John
Neff, John R., estate
Negley’s Hill
Neighborhoods, old
Neighmire, Joseph
Nell, Margaret
Nell, widow, estate
Nepote, Dominic, Father
Nesbitt, John A.
Nestor, George W.
Neuws, John
Nevill, Richard
Nevin, Jeremiah, Father
Nevin, Patrick
New Hope Historical Society
New Jersey Library Association
New Jerusalem
New Orleans
Newbold, Frances Graff (Carpenter) (1853–1940)
Newbold, John DaCosta
Newhall, Beaumont
Newhall, Walter S. (died Civil War)
Newspaper Items
   1761
   1874
   1908
   1916
   1925
   1721–1807
   1759–1795
   1775, 1906,1908
   1786, 1806
Newspaper Routes
Newspapers
   American Daily Advertiser
   Germantown Courier
   Germantown Telegraph
   Germantowner Zeitung
   Village Telegraph
   Village Telegraph
Nice family reunion
Nice [or Mice], Henry (died Civil War)
Nice, Edward T. (died Civil War)
Nice, George (1735?–1816) or (1739?–1812)
Nice, John R. (died Civil War)
Nice, Jon (1739?–1806)
Nice, see Kirk & Nice
Nice, Winnard
Nice, Winnard
Nicholas, J. S. (Capt., sloop Germantown)
Nicholas, Samuel
Nichols, H. S. Prentiss
Nichols, Martin ( –1883)
Nichols, William
Nicholson, Nigel (quoted)
Nickel mining
Nickuals, R. P.
Niebel, Gottlieb
Nittrouer, Solomon
Nitzche, Elsa Koenig
Nitzsche, George E.
Nocella, Mary D’Agostino
Nolen family
Nolen quarry
Noll, John (died Civil War)
Noll, Tobias
Norfolk Navy Yard
Northwest Regional Library (Free Library), see Libraries
Novels based in Germantown
Nugent, George ( –1883)
Nunweiler hymnal
Nurseries (plants), Lehman
Nurseries, Meehan, 1901 visit
Nutmeg grater
Nuttall, Thomas
Nutz, Mrs. Susannah
O’Donnell family        return to top
O’Donnell, Patricia C.
O’Hara, Martin, Father
O’Kane’s Point
O’Kane, Edward (1807?–1883)
O’Neil family
O’Neil, Edward (died Civil War)
Oak tree at Loudoun
Oakley, Violet
Oakley, Violet Part 1, Part 2
“Oaks Cloister”
Oat, Charles (died Civil War)
Oberholtzer, Ellis Paxson ( –1936)
Obituary
   Acker, Mrs. Findley
   Ambler, Mabel H.
   Bacon, Ella Kitchen
   Bacon, Francis L.
   Barber, Earle N.
   Bauhof, Helen MacKellar Large
   Carl, Jane
   Carmichael, Leonard
   Chew, Elizabeth B.
   Comly, Helen
   Craven, William H.
   Crenshaw, Captain Edmund A., Jr.
   Crumlish, James C.
   Day, Mrs. Frank Miles (Anna Blakiston)
   Delaplaine, Joseph
   Dodge, Mrs. James Mapes
   Dolan, George H. L.
   Dyson, Frank Moir
   Elkinton, Howard W.
   Emerson, Mrs. Justine Perot
   Emlen, John Thompson
   Evans, Thomas
    Finckel, Eliza R.
   Fox, Willam Henry
   Gerhard, Elmer Schultz
   Gillingham, Harrold
   Gummere, Henry V.
   Halstead, Mrs. David
   Harris, Henry Frazer
   Hartwell, Stephen Warren
    Haussman, Carl F.
   Hazard, Spencer P.
   Heacock, Carol Betts
   Helms, James K.
   Henderson, J. Malcolm
   Henderson, John Rittenhouse
   Hill, Herbet G.
    Hinchman, Margaretta L.
   Houston, Samuel F.
   Humphreys, Jr., Thomas
   Jenkins, Charles Francis
   Jenkins, Mrs. William
   Jennings, Martha H.
   Johnson, George Clarence
   Johnson, Henry Weber
   Kelly, Anna Marie
   Kendrick, Ernest P.
   Kennedy, Arthur M.
    Kinley, Edward Sidney
    Knight, Anna F. H.
   Landell, George Albert
   Laquer, Kathleen
        Leopold, Raymond A.
   Lewis, Owen
   Mason, Mary Taylor
   Maurer, Eugene
   McCown, Mrs. Andrew R.
   Mellor, Mrs. Norman
   Mitchell, Elliott J.
   Morris, Anna Wharton
    Nitzsche, Dr. George E.
   Nitzsche, Elsa Koenig
   Oakley, Violet
   Oda, William H.
   Park, Mrs. Laird U.
   Pennypacker, Bevan A.
   Potts, Thomas C.
   Reid, Clive M.
   Richards, Mrs. John G.
   Ringe, Thomas B. K.
   Rossiter, Mrs. T. Frank
   Saylor, Harold Durston
    Schlechter, Joanna B. F.
   Schultz, George Winterhalter
   Shoemaker, Mary Williams
   Smith, Dorothea Atwater
   Smith, Eleanor Houston
   Smith, Lawrence M. C.
   Smith, Mrs. Lloyd Mellor
    Sommer, George W.
   Spangler, Harry A.
    Starr, Sarah Logan Wister
   Stokes, Francis J.
   Stradley, Leighton P.
   Taylor, Charles M.
   Timanus, Caroline O.
   Tomlinson, Katie L.
   Venable, Gordon W.
   von Trott, Thomas
   Weil, Arthur E.
   Weygandt, Cornelius
   Wister, Frances Anne
   Wister, James W.
   Yardley, Ernest Howard
   Yeager, Julia Holahan
Occupational Therapy, School
Ocean voyage
Octoraro creek
Odenheimer, Catharine (1784?–1859)
Oestmann, Rudolph A. W.
Ogilbe, Chas
Ogilbe, Horace
Ogilbe, James ( –1855?)
Ogilbe, Mrs. Mary N. (1799–1856)
Ogilbe, Samuel
Ogilbe, Thadius P.
Oil Mill Run
Old Academy Players
Old Dogtown Band
Old Germantown
Old Ironsides
Oldfellow, Oliver
Olmstead, Frederick Law
Olympia, U. S. S.
Olympic Athletic Club
Op den Graeff family
Opden Graeff, Abraham Isacks
Opden Graeff, Dirck
Opden Graeff, Dirck Isacks
Opden Graeff, Herman Isacks [Isaac]
Op den Kolck, Dirck
Oral history as preservation
Oral history interviews, Italian American
Orange, House of
Order Italian Sons and Daughters in America
Order Sons of Italy in Pennsylvania
Orphanage, Baptist
Orphanage, Foulke and Long
Orsi, Robert
Osler, Harmon
Ottinger House
Ottinger, Christopher ((1756?–1820)
Ottinger, John (1733–1807)
Ottinger, William
Otto, Bodo
Our Lady of Mount Carmel feast
Outing of Germantown & Chestnut Hill Improvemenl Association 1924
Overbrook Farms, W. Philadelphia
Owen, Joshua T
Owen, Joshua, Gen’l (1825?–1887)
Owen, Roger
Owens, Mrs.
P, G & N (Philadelphia, Germantown & Norristown Railroad), see Railroads        return to top
Paegg, Daniel
Page, R. L. (Capt., sloop Germantown)
Pages (artist)
Painter family
Painting bill, Deshler-Morris
Palatinate
Palatinate emigration
Palermo, Edith
Paley Design Center
Pallatt, Benjamin
Palmer Cemetery
Pancoast, Anna Paxson
Pancoast, Charles Rodman (1854–1931)
Pancoast, Henry Spackman, MD (1858–1928
Pancoast, Joshua
Pancoast, Phebe Maria Bartram
Panetta, Joseph F.
Papen, Heivert
Paper Making
Paper Mill Run
Paper origin
Papermaking in Germantown
   Fourdrinier machine
   Magarge mill
   Rittenhouse paper mill
   Rittenhouse paper mill
   Wissahickon paper mill
Papers, preservation
Paramore [Patimore?], John
Paramore, Joseph
Paramore, Sarah (Kirkland)
Park, Alexander (died Civil War)
Parker’s hardware
Parker, David
Parker, J. A. (Miss)
Parker, Joseph ( –1890)
Parker, Thomas
Parker, William
Parks [or Parkes], Geo. (died Civil War)
Parkway, Benjamin Franklin
Parlor
Parmalee, Hannah (1836?–1856)
Parris, Thomas G.
Parson, S. B., & Son (nursery)
Partenheimer—Mill, see Mills
Parvin, Pearson
Parvin, widow
Pass & Stow Foundry
Pastorius memorial, Vernon Park
Pastorius Park
Pastorius statue
Pastorius, B.
Pastorius, Charles
Pastorius, Charles M. (1793–1860)
Pastorius, Francis Daniel (1651?–1719)
   burial
   Letter
Pastorius, Samuel
Pastorius, Thomas
Patimore [Paramore?], John
Patterson, Christopher Stuart (1842–1924)
Patterson, George
Patterson, Morris S.
Patterson, Robert
Patton, William
Paul homestead
Paul, Crissie
Paul, Henry K.
Paxtang (Paxton) raid
Paxton Rangers
Peaceable Kingdom, The
Peale as gardener
Peale family
Peale Museum
Peale, Charles Willson, see Artists
Peale, Franklin
Peale, James
Peale, Rubens (1784–1865)
Pearce, Epaminondas J., estate
Pearson, George T.
Peberdy, John
Peberdy, William ( –1883)
Peck, H. T.
Peeky, Jacob (1756?–1839)
Peiffer, George
Pelham
Pelham Auto Club
Pelham residents
Pelham Stationery Store
Pell, Phebe (1775?–1858)
Pelstring, Joseph
Pemberton, Ja.
Penal code
Penal Code, Part 1, Part 2
Penitentiary, Eastern State
Penn Cafe
Penn Charter School
Penn, Hannah
Penn, John (1700–1746)
Penn, William (1644–1718)
   Land indenture
Penn–Logan papers
Pennell, Joseph (1860–1926)
Pennsbury Manor
Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts
Pennsylvania Botanical Society
Pennsylvania Department of Health, Division of Vital Records
Pennsylvania Dutch
Pennsylvania German Society
Pennsylvania Germans: A Celebration exhibit
Pennsylvania Hall
Pennsylvania Historic Commission
Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
Pennsylvania Hospital, see Hospitals
Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and Dumb
Pennsylvania Lawn Mower Company
Pennsylvania Library Club
Pennsylvania Medical College
Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
Pennsylvania, National Register sites
Penny, Aaron
Pennypacker family
Pennypacker, Bevan (1881–1954)
Pennypacker, Galusha, Gen. (1844–1916)
Pennypacker, James M.
Pennypacker, Samuel Whitaker, Gov. (1843–1916)
Pennypacker, Samuel, Rev.
Penrose, Boies, Sen. (1860–1921)
People of Germantown
Peoples Presbyterian Mission
Peoples Presbyterian Sunday School
Peppercorn, Peter, see Price, Emanual
Perkins, A. J.
Perkins, Mary (1822?–1857)
Perot family
Perot, Jacques
Perot, Laetitia
Perot, Mary Lea
Perot, Robeson Lea (1872–1944)
Perpetual Motion Machine
Perry, Matthew Calbraith (1794–1858)
Perry, William
Persons of Character
Peterman, Edward
Peterman, George
Peterman, Jacob, estate
Peterman, Lewis
Peters, Elizabeth
Peters, Jacob
Peters, Jacob, estate
Peters, Mathew
Peters, May (1847– )
Peters, May (1847– ), estate
Peters, Merken
Peterson, Arthur (1851–1932)
Peterson, Brian H.
Peterson, Debbie
Peterson, Henry (1818–1891)
Peterson, Karin E.
Peterson, Pemberton
Peterson, William
Pew (Mabel Myrin) Trust
Pewter
Pewter press
Pfads [?], Jakob
Pflegan, Andrew
Pharmacy
Phil-Ellena, see Buldings
Philadelphia
   1732
   Board of Education
   Centennial
   City Archives
   City Hall
   City parks
   Department of Recreation
   description
   Education firsts
   Federal period
   Firsts
   Italian Consulate
   Marriage License Bureau
   Parkway
   Post Office
   Register of Wills
   Restoration
   Scenes 1790’s
   views
   Villages
   Water Department
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy
Philadelphia Cricket Club golf course
Philadelphia Guild of Handweavers
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia Music Academy
Philadelphia National Bznk
Philadelphia Orchestra
Philadelphia Tile
Philadelphia Toboggan Company
Philadelphia, Germantown & Norristown Railroad, see P, G & N under Railroads
Philadelphia, trades in early
Philadelphiade in Krefeld
Philadelphiade in Philadelphia 1983
Philips, Abner E.
Philips, Elisa
Phillips, Andrew
Phillips, Edward B.
Phillips, Evan
Phillis Wheatley Center
Phipps, Charles
Photographers and Photography
Photographers, Germantown
Photographers, old
Photographic Society of Philadelphia
Photographs 1840–1927
Photographs, preservation
Photography, First Museum
Photo-Secession organization
Physician
Physician, Practicing
Physicians
Physicians of Germantown
Physick, Dr.
Pick, Lewis
Pierce, Elizabeth B.
Pierce, Epaminondas J.
Pierce, Erasmus J.
Pierce, Walter F.
Pietists
Pilgrims
Pilling & Crane
Pine Barrens
Pine Place
Pioneer Hand Laundry
Pipe Bridge
Piper, John
Piper, Lidia, estate
Piper, William W
Pirates, Land
Pistol, flint-lock
Pitfield, Robert L., M.D.
Pitt, William
Pittville
Planer, Frederick
Platt Bible
Platt, Clayton G., estate
Platt, John
Platt, Sarah Ann (Moorhouse) ( –1847)
Platt, –– (mill operator)
Playbills
Players, Old Academy
Pleasant Mills, see Mills
Pleasantville
Ployd, Jacob ( –1885)
Ployd, Matthias (1804?–1860)
Ployd, Naaman K. (1840–1913)
Plumer, Frances, see McIlhenny, Frances (Plumer)
Plymouth Furnace
Poe, Edgar Allan (1809–1849)
Poe, Edgar Allan (1809–1849), ed. Graham’s Magazine
Poetry
   1st mo. 1856
   A Ballad of the Mennonite Meeting House
   A Ballad of the Mills of David Rittenhouse
   A Christmas Carol
   A Christmas Poem
   A Germantown Sequence
   A Lady’s Adieu to Her Tea Table
   A Philadelphia Story
   A Philadelphia Story
   A Pond Is Feminine
   A Singer Strolls Through a Village
   A Sliver of Silver
   A Song of the Times
   A Sonnet (1815)
   A Sonnet (1821)
   A Stag on the Ice
   A Tribute to the Memory of the Year 1831
   A True Christmas Tale
   Abraham Lincoln, 1809–1865
   An April Lyric
   At A Winter Window
    Autumn Dawn on the New Jersey Coast
   Autumn in a Garden
   Autumn in Germantown
   Brief lllumination
   Chestnut Hill
   Corinna
   Dear Boy
   December
   Faintly Smiling
   Fear Not to Go
   Fighting for Germantown
   Fingers of Fog
   Flowergirls
   From Wissahickon Park
   Germantown
   Germantown Love Song
   Golden Blizzard
   Golden Blizzard
   Harmony in Contrast
   Haunting Sounds on Historic Ground
   History Speaks Through Things
   Holy Night
   In a Ballerina’s Garden
   In a Bell Tower
   In a Country Churchyard
   In Sleep, Like Swans
   In the Shadows of Remembrance
   Interlude
   Jacob Philadelphia
   Lines Written by the Youngest Sister
   Love’s Fulfillment
   Moon Magic
   My Haunt
   My Old Apple Tree
   My Old Clock
   My Silent Friend
   Nisqually Glacier
   Nocturne in White
   Not on Speaking Terms
   Old Germantown
   Old Love Letters
   On Neglee’s Hill
   On the Doorsill of Spring
   Pageantry
   Patchwork Philosophy
   Philadelphia
   Portrait in Glass
   Princes Returning
   Raising the Standpipe
   Reception of the Site and Relic Society at “Cliveden”
   Return to the Homestead
   Scream of the Wind
   Seen From an Open Oriel
   Seventy and Seventeen
   Shrine by the Road—To the Old Mennonite Church
   Signs of Autumn are Here
   Since the First Wave Curled
   Sleigh Bells
   Snow Locked
   Snow Scene
   Song of the Wind
   Spring Villanelle
   Stream in Winter
   Stroll in March
   Surge of Excitement
   Tannenbaum: 1965
   The Agelessness of Spirit
   The Ballad of the Bucktails
   The Birth of Man
   The Monsters
   The Paradox of Autumn
   The Reception at “Cliveden”
   The Rendezvous
   They Saw My Trees
   Time and a Beginning
   Toward the Light
   Transition
   Treasured Years
   Unseen Power
   Verses Written on Leaving Avebury, England
   Where Stands the Old Stone House
   Where the Still Waters Flow
   Where Time and Space are Blended
   White Petals in Winter
   Willows in Early November
   Wissahickon
   XTRA
Poets of Germantown
Poittevin (artist)
Polar expedition
Political beginnings
Politics, ward division
Pollard, George (died Civil War)
Pomona Grove
Poole, William
Porcelain
Porter, Jermain B.
Post office
Post office, Philadelphia
Postage stamp —Tercentenary Commemorative
Postal Cards
Postum Co.
Potter, Thomas Clifford (1846–1906)
Potterton Heights
Pottery
Potts, John
Potts, Jonas
Pottsgrove
Poulson, Zachariah (1737–1804)
Poulson, Zachariah (1761–1844)
Poultney, James (m/1799)
Powell, David
Powell, John
Powers & Weightman Chemical Works
Powhatten, Evan
Pownall place
Praeder, Anthony
Prang, Louis
Pratt [or Platt], Abraham (died Civil War)
Pratt, Henry
Pratt, Sir Roger
Praul, Nathan
Prayer for Philadelphia
Presbyterian Historical Society
Preservation of family heirlooms
Preservation of family stories
Preservation of papers and photographs
President’s wives
Presser Home for Retired Music Teachers
Presser, Theodore
Preston, Abell
Prevost, A.
Price, Charles
Price, Eli Kirk (1796?–1884)
Price, Emanual (1823– )
Price, John M., estate
Price, Miss, estate
Price, Owen
Price, William Lake
Prince, Jacob
Pringle, Ann, estate
Printing
Prison architecture
Prison Romance
Prison, “Old Log” —5555 Gtn Ave.
Probert, Edwin
Profiles
Programs, theater
Provest (Provost), Catharine’s estate
Provest (Provost), Charles (1804?–1850)
Provest, Alexander (1774?–1845)
Provest, Mrs. Margaret ( –1851)
Provost, John
Public School of Germantown
Pugh, Walter H.
Pulaski Summer Garden
Pulaski, Count
Pulaskitown
Pullinger, C. W.
Pullinger, Herbert W.
Pump, public
Pumpkinville
Purnell, Bar (1826?–1857)
Pusey, Caleb
Pusey, Caleb, House
Putzhofen, Dieter (Mayor of Krefeld)
Quaker education        return to top
Quaker history
Quaker Meeting Houses
Quakers
Quakers in Germantown
Quakers, Free
Quarries, see Mines and quarries
Queen’s House
Questers, Inc.
Quigg, Henry
Quill pen
Quilts
Quinn family
Quinn, Mrs. John ( –1883)
Quiz
   Germantown
   Wissahickon
   photo
Raab, Richard ( –1799)        return to top
Rabies
Rae, James
Raeder, Samuel, estate
Ragan, James
Ragan, John
Rahn, George
Rahn, William
Railroad collision 1861
Railroad proposal
Railroads
   Germantown & Chestnut Hill
   P, G & N (Philadelphia, Germantown & Norristown)
      Fisher’s Lane Sta
      Price Street Depot
   Pennsylvania Railroad
   Philadelphia and Reading
   Reading Railroad
       Y
   Reading, Chestnut Hill
   Schuylkill Haven & Mine Hill
Rainey, James
Rainey, Samuel
Rainier, A. M. (1801?–1856)
Ralston, Robert
Randall, Wendell (1813?–1883)
Rankin, Catharine (1795?–1855)
Rapine, Franklin
Rapine, William (died Civil War)
Rassin, Charles
Rassin, William
Ravenel, Henry William
Ravener, Dudley
Reading Railroad, see Railroads
Reading, travel to
Real Estate Suit
Reaver, George (died Civil War)
Reber, Doris
Receipt book, Freas
Rechner, Der Geschwinde
Recreation activities
Red Lion Inn
Red Men (lodge)
Redemptioners
Redfield, John Howard (1815–1895)
Redheffer (Redheiffer, Redhiffer), John
Redheffer (Redheiffer, Redhiffer), Joseph
Redheffer (Redheiffer, Redhiffer), Levi
Redheffer, Charles
Redheiffer, Seth (1804?–1859)
Redles Brothers
Redles’ Mill, see Mills
Redles, George
Redpith, John
Reed and Forde (merchants)
Reed, Henry (Judge)
Reeder, Edward ( –1883)
Reeves, Elizabeth Macdonald
Reeves, Mark B.
Reger Bible
Reid, D. Augustine, Rev.
Reiff, Margaret (1780?–1858)
Reiffer, Peter
Reiger, Jacob, M.D. (1744?–1812)
Reily, John
Reinhart [or Rhinehard], John (died Civil War)
Relief Society, Germantown
Rempfel, Mary S. (1803?–1855)
Renovation on the Avenue
Research, historical
Resper, Daniel
Rettner [or Ritner], Richard [or A. R.] (died Civil War)
Revival, colonial
Revolutionary War
   Barren Hill
   Battle of Brandywine
   Battle of Germantown
       40th Regiment Medal
       Asher Holmes
       Casualties
       Drinker diary
       map
   Burlington
   China
   Davis, Harry (spy)
   Looting
   Market Square
   Physician
   Quaker involvement
   Roxborough and Manayunk
   Salt storage
   Washington, George, Letter
   Whitemarsh
Rex Bible
Rex House
Rex, Abraham, estate
Rex, Charles
Rex, Elizabeth
Rex, Elizabeth, estate
Rex, Enoch, estate
Rex, George U.
Rex, George U. [?]
Rex, George V. (1804?–1883)
Rex, George, estate
Rex, Jacob
Rex, Jesse (died Civil War)
Rex, John
Rex, Joseph
Rex, Levi
Rex, May, estate
Rex, William
Reynolds, Alex G.
Reynolds, John
Rhinehart, John
Rhineland, emigrants from
Rhoades, ––
Rhoads, James E., MD (1828–1895)
Rhoads, Nancy
Rhodes, Catharine (1760?–1854)
Rice, George (1810?–1858)
Rice, Jacob (died Civil War)
Rice, Joseph
Richard “Sketchbook”
Richard, John
Richard, John (1829–1889)
Richards, Anna Matlack
Richards, Anna Matlack ( –1900)
Richards, Frederick DeBourg (1822–1903)
Richards, John
Richards, Miriam Thayer
Richards, Theodore William (1868–1928)
Richards, William Trost (1833–1905)
Richardson, John
Richie, Samuel S.
Riddle (textile mfr)
Ridge road
Rien, Patrick
Righter family
Righter, Charles M.
Righter, Peter
Righter, Phoebe
Riley, Charles T.
Riley, Patrick
Ring [or King], Michael (died Civil War)
Rinker, Francis
Rinker, Francis A.
Riots of 1844
Ripley, Jacob
Rittenhouse Bible
Rittenhouse clock
Rittenhouse family
Rittenhouse Home
Rittenhouse paper mill, see Mills
Rittenhouse Street House Plans
Rittenhouse, Abraham
Rittenhouse, Claus
Rittenhouse, David
Rittenhouse, David (1732–1796)
Rittenhouse, Garret
Rittenhouse, Isaac
Rittenhouse, Jacob
Rittenhouse, Jacob (1788?–1856)
Rittenhouse, John (1799–1868)
Rittenhouse, Joseph
Rittenhouse, Joseph, estate
Rittenhouse, Julia, see Heilig, Julia (Rittenhouse)
Rittenhouse, Nicholas (1837?–1858)
Rittenhouse, Peter S.
Rittenhouse, Rosianna (1821?–1857)
Rittenhouse, S.
Rittenhouse, Samuel ( –1883)
Rittenhouse, Sarah
Rittenhouse, Sarah (1781?–1859)
Rittenhouse, T.
Rittenhouse, Thomas B
Rittenhouse, William
Rittenhouse, William & Jacob
Rittenhouse, William (1778?–1858)
Rittenhousetown
Ritter, George’s estate
Road to Freedom (stage play)
Roads in Germantown, Early
“Roadside”, Rittenhouse home
Robb, Jacob ( –1819)
Robbins, J. B.
Roberts [?], Miss Mary Anne Orr ( –1847)
Roberts, Alexander, estate
Roberts, Ann Foulke, see Foulke-Roberts, Ann
Roberts, Catherine Deshler
Roberts, David
Roberts, Frances
Roberts, Israel
Roberts, J. T. & Bros. clay works, Easton
Roberts, John (1809?–1859)
Roberts, Lewis
Roberts, Nathaniel
Roberts, Owen J.
Roberts, Robert
Roberts, Spencer (1811–1885)
Roberts, William
Roberts, William (died Civil War)
Robeson Flour Mill, see Mills
Robeson, Mary
Robeson, Sallie Ann, see Lea, Sallie Ann (Robeson)
Robin
Robinson’s Restaurant
Robinson, James
Robinson, L. D., Rev.
Robinson, Mary E.
Robinson, Philip
Robinson, Robert
Robinson, W. Weston
Robinson, William
Robinson, –– (picture–framer)
Robison, Jonathan (1783?–1859)
Rochen (artist)
Rochfort, Morris
Rodbard, Henry J. (died Civil War)
Rodgers, William E.
Rodney, John, Rev.
Rodvill Employment Agency
Rodvill, Martha (Daniels)
Rogers, Peter
Rogers, Robert
Rohen, Sarah (1787?–1857)
Rohrer, C. H. (died Civil War)
Roland, Marie E.
Rolando, James, Rev. (1815?–1883)
Roman, Emilio
Roman, Maximilian (stonemason)
Roman, Richard
Rometsch, William H.
Roneale Manor
Roof repair
Rooker, Sarah, school
Roop (fireman)
Roop, Jacob (1780?–1858)
Roop, Jacob, Jr.
Roop, James (1782?–1855)
Roop, Maria (1789?–1859)
Ropemaking
Roqueplan (artist)
Rorer, Albert J.
Rorer, Elwood (died Civil War)
Rorer, John
Rose Medallion
Rose, Elizabeth, see Krickbaum, Elizabeth (Rose)
Rose, George W.
Rose, John (slaughterhouse)
Roses
Roset, Cecilia Elizabeth (Luff)
Roset, Jacob (1765?–1850)
Roset, Jacob, Jr.
Rosicrucians
Ross House (restaurant)
Ross, Charley (1870– )
Ross, Charley (1870– )
Ross, Harry
Rotch, William, Jr.
Rotterdam
Rotzell’s Cafe
Roumfort, Augustus Louis Bouchard (1795?–1878)
Roumfort, Henry L.
Roumfort, Mary M. (Kline, –1839)
Round Meadow Run
Rowe, Charles Gordon (1894–1963)
Rowe, Michael
Rowell’s department store
Rowland, Jennet
Roxborough
   Mining Company
   Oil Mill, see Mills
   Powder Mill, see Mills
   Revolutionary War
   Tilt Mill, see Mills
Roxborough Male Chorus
Roxborough plantation
Roxborough-Manayunk Tercentenary
Royal, Eliza
Royal, George H. ( –1855)
Royal, Jacob S.
Royal, Jakob S. (1798–1860)
Royal, Jakob S. (1834–1861)
Royal, Margaret Provest ( –1844)
Royal, William C.
Rozet family
Rubaugh, Samuel
Ruhvedel, Henry
Runkel, Elizabeth (Stadelman) ( –1834?)
Runkel, Theodore MD ( –1836)
Runkle, Dr.
Runkle, John William, Rev. (1749–1832)
Runkle, William, MD ( –1839)
Ruschenberger, William Samuel Waithman, MD (1807–1895)
Rush, Benjamin, MD (1745–1813)
Rush, William
Ruskin, John (quoted)
Russell, Anna S. (1788?–1856)
Russell, Lillie B.
Russell, William
Rust, Albert
Rutters, Conrad
Ruttinghuysen, see Rittenhouse
Ryan, Joseph
Ryan, Patrick J., Archbishop
Ryland, Phoebe, estate
Ryley, Robert
Sabin, Joseph        return to top
Sacco, Alphonse, family
Sachse, Julius Friedrich (1842–1919)
Saddington, Anna (Krickbaum)
Saddington, Bateman
Saint, see St.
Salazar, Jose de
Sales at Auction
Salter, –– (Capt., sloop Germantown)
Salvia, Santina
Sampler, Wissahickon
Samplers
Sanborn, Edward Hall, (1863–1931)
Sanborn, Harriet (Pearce) ( –1912)
Sanborn, Mary (Anderson)
Sandiford, Ralph
Sands, Ezra
Sands, Howard M. (died Civil War)
Sands, Reuben
Santa Claus
Saratoga, Trip to
Sargent, Charles Sprague
Sauer (Saur), see also Sower
Saunders, William
Saur, Christopher
   Ghost stories
Savage, George
Sawdust Village
Saxton, Joseph
Saxton, T. C.
Say, Benjamin, estate
Saylor, Harold D.
Sayres (Seayres), John
Scarpella, Giovannina
Scarpello, Francesco
Scarpello, Nunziato
Scarpello, Rachel, see Sister Francis Joseph
Scarpello, Sabatino
Scatchard’s mill, see Mills
Schaeffer, William L.
Schaub, Harry C.
Schaum & Uhlinger
Scheefer, Peter
Scheetz, H. D.
Scheetz, Henry
Scherkes, David
Schist, Wissahickon
Schlecht, Richard
Schmearkase
Schneidt, John P.
School days, Germantown Friends
Schoolmasters
Schools
   Beggarstown
   Central High in Germantown
   Concord
   Early
   Fitler
   Ford, James, school for girls
   Foulke & Long Institute
   Germantown
   Germantown Academy
       bills for tuition
       buildings, (as School for the Deaf)
       Founding
       Records
       students: G.W.Carpenter
   Germantown Business College
   Germantown Friends
   Germantown High
   Germantown Infant
   Gilbert
   Greene Street Friends
   Haines St. colored primary school
   Harmony
   Harmony School, Chestnut Hill
   Head (Mrs.) School for Girls
   Hill (Joseph E.)
   Hughes, Mary
   Kindergarten
   Lankenau
   Lorrain (Miss)
   Macnamara (Mrs.) Boarding
   Mapother, Anna’s school for girls
   Moravian
   Morton Street Day Nursery
   Mount Airy
   Mount Airy College
   Mrs. Head’s
   Mrs. Stokes’
   Public School of Germantown
   Rooker, Sarah
   Settlement Music
   St. Francis of Assisi
   St. Martin de Porres Interparochial School
   St. Mary’s School for Girls
   St. Michael’s Lutheran Church
   St. Vincent’s
   Wakefield
   Walnut Lane
   William Penn Charter
Schreiber, Johnnie
Schriver, see Shriver
Schugard (see also Shugart), Henry
Schumacher, see Shoemaker
Schuster & Keyser
Schuylkill Falls Bridge
Schuylkill River steamers
Schwenkfelders
Schweriner, T.
Science and Art Club, see Clubs
Scotch-Irish
Scott, David
Scott, J.B. (1835?–1857)
Scott, Jonathon
Scott, R. Robinson
Scott, Samuel
Scottish Band
Scrap metal
Scull, Nicholas
Scully, Charles Y., grocer
Seal of Germantown
Seaman, Michael
Second Baptist Church, see Churches
Seddons, Charles F.
Sedgwick Farms development
Seeds, Lewis W.
Seelig, Johann Gottfried
Seitz, Henry
Sellars, Daniel
Sellen, Hendrick
Sellen, Henry
Seltzer, Richard
Selvey, William
Seminole Avenue
Seminole Tribe of Red Men
Sena, Joseph (Giuseppe)
Senior Environmental Corps
Senrussmirls [?], Hans [Heinrich Mehls?]
Servants
Settlement Music School
Sewing
Sewing–machines
Seyfert, John
Seyfert, John Herman
Seyfert, John H.
   Manuscript Book
Shad fisheries
Shaeffer, Charles H
Shaeffer, William L., estate
Shaffer, Isaac
Shaffer, William Lehman
Shakespeare Club
Shannon, Timothy
Sharp, Isaac (1773?–1855)
Sharp, Joseph
Sharpe, R. J.
Sharpless, Harvey (died Civil War)
Shaw, Anna Howard, Dr.
Shaw, Charles
Shaw, Henry, of St. Louis
Shay, Patrick (died Civil War)
Shea family
Sheehan, Edward, Rev.
Sheehan, Michael (died Civil War)
Sheffer, Ludwig
Shellenberger, Jacob R., MD
Shelltown
Shelly & Markle
Shelly, John
Shelmerdine
Shelmerdine Mansion, see Buildings
Shelmerdine parlor
Shelmerdine, William H.
Sheppard, Thomas
Sherburne, Edward
Sheridan, Owen
Sherkes, David
Sherman, Thomas
Shermer, Titus
Shermer, William
Shewell, G. Dunbar
Shewell, Rebecca (1842?–1860)
Shields, John
Shingle family
Shingle, Charles
Shingle, George
Shingle, George S. (died Civil War)
Shingle, John
Shingle, John, Jr.
Shingle, Margaret Butcher
Shingle, Reuben
Shingle, Washington [or William] (died Civil War)
Shingle, William H.
Ship “Elizabeth”
Ship “Germantown”
Ship “Welcome”
Shipley, Samuel R. (1828–1908)
Shippen family
Shippen, Joseph
Shippen, Peggy
Shippen, William
Shippen, William, Jr.
Shoe industry
Shoe Manufacturing in Germantown in 1850
Shoemaker family
Shoemaker, Anna, see Bloodgood, Anna (Shoemaker) Morris
Shoemaker, Benjamin H., III
Shoemaker, Hannah (1803?– )
Shoemaker, Isaac
Shoemaker, Jacob
Shoemaker, Peter
Shoemaker, Sarah (Hendricks)
Shoemaker, Thomas Howard (1851–1936)
Shoemakers
Shoemaking in Germantown
Shollar [Sholler], George
Shollar [Sholler], Philip
Shoomac Park
Shopping
Shopping list 1719
Shorr, George
Short, Charles Wilkins ((1794–1863)
Shotwell–Johnson, Sarah
Showers, Peter (1755–1828)
Shrempel, Mrs. (1793?–1860)
Shriver & Collisson
Shriver Bible
Shriver [or Schriver], Reuben (died Civil War)
Shriver [Schriver], George
Shriver [Schriver], Samue1 (1793?–1883)
Shriver, Frederick
Shriver, George W.
Shriver, William (died Civil War)
Shugart, Henry, estate
Shugart, John, estate
Shugart, Simon
Shultz, John H.
Shunk, -- (fishery)
Shuster, Christian H. (died Civil War)
Sibson, Lillian Matilda (Smith)
Sibson, William
Sibson, William A.
Sickler, Christopher, Rev. (1790?–1883)
Sickness 1793
Sicks, Victoria
Sidney & Neff, estate
Signers’ walk
Signs
Signs of Grandmother’s Times
Signs, Eliza, estate
Signs, Henry
Signs, John
Silhouettes
Silk culture
Sill, Sarah (Meehan) (1828– )
Simens, Jan
Simens, Wolter
Simon, Georg
Simons, William C.
Sipman (see also Sypman), Dirck
Sisco, Curtis
Sisters of St. Mary the Virgin, Baltimore
Site and Relic Society, Germantown, see Germantown Historical Society
Siverts, Cornelis
Siverts, Cornelius
Skerritt’s grounds
Sketch Club
Sketchbook, Richards
Skilton, John (died Civil War)
Skippack
Skippack Valley
Slavery
   Freeing of slaves 1733
   Protest against, 1688
       Background
       Background
       Development of
       Marker
   Underground Railroad
Sleeping Beauty, production of Germantown Education Association
Sleigh parties
Sloop “Germantown”
Sloop-of-war
Smearsburg
Smedley, Carrie (1869?–1883)
Smedley, Nathan
Smith & Burk
Smith Bible
Smith family
Smith Kline Beckman Corporation
Smith, Alexis Dupont, MD
Smith, Amanda
Smith, Charles
Smith, Daniel (1764?–1809)
Smith, Dr.
Smith, Eleanor Houston ( –1987)
Smith, Elizabeth (1779?–1855)
Smith, Franklin S
Smith, George S.
Smith, H. S.
Smith, Hannah C. (1807?–1858)
Smith, Hannah Whitall (1832–1911)
Smith, Harry [or Henry] (died Civil War)
Smith, Henry R
Smith, Jacob H.
Smith, Jacob K
Smith, James
Smith, Job
Smith, John (1765 –1849)
Smith, John Jay (1798–1881)
Smith, John K. (died Civil War)
Smith, Julia Evelina
Smith, Kay (AAGG)
Smith, Lloyd
Smith, Logan Pearsall (1865–1946)
Smith, Mr & Mrs Robert P.
Smith, Peter, Bible
Smith, Philip, estate
Smith, Robert
Smith, Samuel
Smith, Samuel H.
Smith, Thomas
Smith, Thomas ( –1883)
Smith, Willard Bassett
Smith, William
Smith, William H.
Smith, William H. (c. 1848)
Smith, William Moore
Smith, William, Dr.
Smyth, Albert Henry (1863–1907)
Snee family
Snowfall 1831
Snowfalls
Snyder, Augustus U.
Snyder, Christian
Snyder, Daniel
Snyder, Daniel (1779?–1858)
Snyder, John
Snyder, Margaret (1783?–1858)
Snyder, Orlando
Snyder, Peter ( –1807)
Snyder, Philip, ensign ( –1793)
Society for Promoting Domestic Manufactures
Society Hill
Society of Friends schism
Society of Traders
Soldiers Return 1919
Solis-Cohen, Isadore
Solis-Cohen, Jacob da Silva, MD (1838–1927)
Somersville
Sommer, Jacob (1749–1817)
Sommers [Somer], George (1804?–1858)
Sommers [Somer], J.
Sommers [Somer], Jacob
Sommers, Elizabeth (1780–1842)
Sommers, Jacob, Sr. (1775–1842)
Song writing
Songster [or Sargster], Joseph (died Civil War)
Sontag, Susan (cited)
Sorber Bible
Sorber family
Sorber, Jacob
Souplis, Andres
South Jersey Tour
South Philadelphia String Band
Southwark
Souvenir of Germantown, A, Part I, Part II
Sovereign, Isabella, see Gates, Isabella (Sovereign)
Sowden, William H. (1861?–1926)
Sower (Sauer) Bible
Sower (Sauer), Charles G. (1821–1902)
Sower (Sauer), Christopher (1693–1758)
Sower (Sauer), Christopher, Jr. (1721–1784)
Sower (Sauer), Hoch–deutsch Americanische Calender
Sower press
Sparhawk, E. V.
Sparrow Jack
Spencer, Charles (1821–1887)
Spencer, Charles W. (1800?–1855)
Spencer, Tillie
Spencer, William G.
Spenser, Willard
Spinning
Sports
   Archery
   Cricket
   Cricket, Gay Nineties
   Cricket in Germantown
   Field hockey
   Hare and hound party
   Skating
“Spring Bank”
Spring houses
Springbrook, estate
Springer, Enos
Springettsberry, estate
Sprogell, Dorotha
Sprogell, John Henry
Spy-glass
Squire, Henry J.
St. Barnabas P. E. Church, see Churches
St. Catherine’s of Siena R.C. Church, see Churches
St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children
St. Francis of Assisi, see Churches
St. James the Less Church, see Churches
St. Luke’s P. E. Church, see Churches
St. Madeleine Sophie, see Churches
St. Martin de Porres Interparochial School
St. Mary’s School for Girls
St. Michael’s Lutheran Church School
St. Michael’s Lutheran Church, see Churches
St. Stephen’s M. E. Church, see Churches
St. Vincent de Paul, see Churches
St. Vincent’s Society
Stabilito, Gennarino (stonemason)
Stabilito, Vincenzo
Stace, John (1788?–1860)
Stacey, Mrs. George
Stackhouse family
Stackhouse, Katherine Roberts
Stackhouse, Powell, Major (1840–1927)
Stadelman, Catharine (1766?–1850)
Stadelman, Elizabeth, see Runkel, Elizabeth (Stadelman)
Stadelman, Rosina M. (Livezey) (c. 1844–1886)
Stadelman, William
Staffieri, Pasquale
Staffieri, Pat
Stafford, Giles S.
Stagecoach line 1761
Stagecrafters
Staiger, Michael
Stained glass
Stallman & Co.
Stallman, J.
Stallman, Jacob
Stallman, James
Stallman, John
Stallman, William
Stanmire, George
Stanmire, Joseph
Stanmire, Thomas
Starr, Sarah Logan Wister (Mrs. James)
State Department artifacts
State Department buildings
State nicknames
Statistics, birth and death, 1797–1798
Staton, Walter H.
Stearns, Daniel M., Rev.
Steer, Mary, see Carpenter, Mary Steer
Steere [or Stiers], Charles (died Civil War)
Steinetz (chess champion)
Steinmann (Burgermeister, Sommerhausen)
Steinmetz, Joseph
Steinmyers, Jacob
Stenton interiors
Stenton, see Buildings
Stepans, John
Stephanson, Augustus
Stephens, Joseph I. (1840?–1858)
Stephenson, Herta
Steuben Day Observance Association
Steuben Day Parade 1983
Steuben Society of America
Stevens, Mary Ellen
Stewart, Robert
Stewart, William
Stieglitz, Alfred
Still, Charles
Still, George
Still, John
Stintsman, S. L.
Stintsman, Samuel
Stoddart, Mary G., & R. L. Engle, on Stenton
Stokes, Charlotte
Stokes, Wyndham
Stone, Witmer (1866–1939)
Stonemasons
Stoneware
Stop, Doritha (1773?–1856)
Story, Thomas
Stot, John
Stotesbury, Edward
Strabing, John
Straley, John
Strauss, George
Strawbridge & Clothier store
Streeper, Daniel
Streeper, Frank
Streeper, George
Streeper, John
Streeper, Joseph
Streeper, Joseph, estate
Streeper, Leonard
Streeper, Peter, estate
Streeper, William (1739?–1828)
Streepers [?], William
Street name changes
Street names, Part 1, Part 2
Street Sounds
Street Vendors
Streetcar railway Chelten Ave.
Streetcars, see Trolleys
Streets
   Armstrong
   Benezet
   Betton’s Lane
   Bowman’s Lane
   Bringhurst
   Bringhurst
   Bristol Township line
   Broad
   Carpenter Lane
   Chelten Ave.
   Chelten Ave., East
   Chew Ave.
   Church Lane
   Cox’s Lane
   Crittenden
   Dannehower’s Lane
   Devon
   Ely
   Fisher’s Lane
   Franklin
   Germantown 1700’s
   Germantown 1900–1920
   Germantown Ave.
   Germantown, paving
   Gorgas Lane
   Gowen Ave.
   Graver’s Lane
   Greene [Green]
   Haines
   Hancock
   Harvey Lane
   Hortter
   Johnson
   Limekiln Pike
   Lindley
   Locust Ave.
   Logan
   Logan East
   Logan West
   Main Street
   Manheim
   McCallum
   Meetinghouse Lane
   Mercer
   Mercer East
   Mermaid Lane
   Mill
   Miller’s Lane
   Morris
   Morton
   Nash
   Paper Mill Lane
   Peale
   Penn
   Penn Township line
   Peter Bechtel’s Mill Road
   Physick
   Pickus’s Lane
   Price
   Pulaski Ave.
   Queen Lane
   Rittenhouse Lane
   Rittenhouse, East
   Ross
   Roxborough Township line
   School House Lane
   Schoolhouse [School] Lane
   Seminole Ave.
   Sharpnack
   Shippen’s Lane
   Shoemakcr’s Lane
   Somers
   Sprague
   Spring alley
   Stenton Ave.
   Sullivan
   Summit
   Trullinger’s Lane
   Tulpehocken
   Tulpehocken, Part 1, Part 2
   Union Lane
   Upsal
   Wakefield
   Walnut Lane
   Washington Lane E.
   Washington Lane W.
   Wayne Ave.
   West Walnut Lane
   Wilson
   Wissahickon Ave.
   Wissahickon Drive
   Wister
   Wister, East
   Wolfs Lane
   Woodlawn aAve.
Streets East and West of Germantown Avenue 1885
Streets intersecting Germantown Avenue 1885
Streets, Germantown Avenue 1885
Streets, name changes
Streper Family
Strepers, Jan
Strepers, Marieke
Strepers, see Streeper
Strepers, Willem
Strepers, William
Strickland, William
Strollo, Nicoletta
Strong Men
Strong, Jedediah
Stroud, James
Stroud, William
Stroup, George
Stroup, Jacob J.
Stroup, Peter ( –1793)
Strouse, Anthony
Strouse, Casper
Strouse, G. O.
Strouse, Henry
Stryer, George
Stuart, Gilbert, see Artists
Stubbs, Charles Preston, MD (1880–1935)
Study Class of Germantown
Stutz, F. E.
Styer, David
Styer, Orlando S.
Styer, Peter
Suffrage movement
Sugarloaf Conference Center
Suik [?], Peter (1797?–1855)
Summering Abroad: Germantowners on Holiday
Summit Presbyterian Church, see Churches
Summit Street
Supplee Bible
Survey, architectural, of Germantown
Susquehanna river
Suttee, William G. [E.?] (1809?–1855)
Sutton Bible
Swagart, John
Swain, John
Swarthmore College Tercentenary lecture series
Swarts, Susannah
Swem, Elizabeth (1770?–1855)
Swift, Joseph (died Civil War)
Swinstead, Hambleton
Swint, John (died Civil War)
Swope, Frederick Emanuel, Jr.
Sword at Loudoun
Symens, Wolter
Synod, Pennsylvania
Sypman, Dirck
Tabernacle Industrial School & Missionary Home        return to top
Table, Ashmead
Tace, C., estate
Tagert, Joseph ( –1849)
Taggart Bible
Taggart’s field
Taggart’s place
Tamanend
Tamany Society
Tammany
Tansley, John
Tartar, Henry
Tatlow, James
Tatnall, Josiah, Commodore
Taverns, see Inns
Tax list 1854, upper ward, part 1, part 2
Taxation protest
Taylor’s Ice Cream Garden
Taylor, C. Leo
Taylor, Charles (1835?–1859)
Taylor, Charles A.
Taylor, Charles, estate
Taylor, Enoch, house
Taylor, Frederick Winslow (1856–1915)
Taylor, Henry Edward
Taylor, Hiram
Taylor, John
Taylor, John (1811?–1859)
Taylor, Lavinia (1837?–1859)
Taylor, Olivia (Yancey)
Taylor, Tom
Taylor, William M.
Tea Party at Philadelphia
Tea, Joshua Evans’ journal
Tediuscung (Tedyuscung)
Teeters, Negley K.
Teissen, Eneke
Teissen, Reiner
Telegraph Farm
Telegraph, Germantown
Telephone Exchange
Telescope
Telner, Jacob
Temperance & Library Hall
Temple University Urban Archives
Tennis, Barbara A. (1815?–1855)
Teunisz, see Tunes
Textile industry
Textile Industry in Germantown
Textiles
   Flax
   Germantown manufacture of
   Linen manufacture
Thackara Refrigerator Co.
Thackara, Charles
Theater
   1901
   Old Academy Players
   Philadelphia
       Arch Street Theater
       Chestnut Street Theater
       Walnut Street Theater
   Stagecrafters
Theis, Charles
Theobold, John
Thermometer
Thoburn & Wood—cotton mills, see Mills
Thoburn, James
Thoburn, James—mill
Thomas, Abraham W.
Thomas, E. Sydnor, Rev.
Thomas, Israel
Thomas, Jacob B.
Thomas, Jacob R.
Thomas, Jacob, estate
Thomas, John
Thomas, Matilda (1835?–1859)
Thomas, Nathan
Thomas, Robert (1818?–1855)
Thomas, Robert (shoemaker, d/1816)
Thomas, Thomas S.
Thomas-Williams, Ann
Thompson, Alexander
Thompson, Austin
Thompson, Charles B. (died Civil War)
Thompson, Charles H.
Thompson, Gabriel B. (died Civil War)
Thompson, James
Thompson, Joseph W., estate
Thompson, Lewis, & Co.
Thompson, Lucius P. (1828?–1883)
Thomson, Sarah (1814?–1856)
Thornburgh family
Thornburgh, Richard (Governor)
Thornton Abbey
Thorp, Catharine, estate
Thorp, Issachar
Thorp, James, Sr.
Thorp, John M.
Thorpe’s Calico Print Works
Thurman, J. T.
Tibbin, John ( –1790)
Tiemey, William, estate
Tilghman, Mary
Tinkcom, Margaret: Germantown & Its Founders
Tisen, see Teissen
Titanic Survivor
Toboggan Company, Philadelphia
Toby jugs
Toland, Henry
Toland, Robert, estate
Toles, George R.
Tombstone
Tomeo, Dominica
Tomlinson, Katie L.
Tomlinson, Thomas
Tomlinson, William (died Civil War)
Tomlinson, William Haines, MD (1845– )
Toner family
Tool, James R.
Tool, Lewis
Topham, Cincinnatus (died Civil War)
Torreya [journal]
Torrode [or Lorode], John H. (died Civil War)
Toscano family
Tourison, Ashton
Tourison, Ashton Stephen
Tourison, Sedgwick
Tourison, William H. (died Civil War)
Tower, Charlemagne, Jr. (1848–1923)
Towers, John
Town Hall
Townsend, Joseph B.
Townsend, Noah (1746–1812)
Townsend, Richard
Townsend, Richard, mill, see Mills
Townsend, S. R. (died Civil War)
Toys
Trace, Jacob
Trade with China
Transportation
   Bus, first
   Comparison
   Conestoga Wagon
Transportation
Transportation by Railroad or Horse Car
Transportation, 1821
Transportation, early
Travel
   Bristol and Trenton
   to Baltimore
   to New York
   to Niagara
   to the midwest
Tree, Franklin
Trees
Trees on Germantown Avenue
Trees, Chinese Mahogany
Tresse, Thomas
Tresse, Thomas, Jr.
Trevascus, John
Trinity Lutheran Church, see Churches
Trinity M. E. Church, see Churches
Trinkius, George (1858?–1883)
Tripler, Jacob P.
Trolleys
Trommler, Frank
Trout, Balzer
Trout, Harry (1855?–1883)
Trout, Jeremiah ( –1784)
Trout, Jeremias
Trower’s restaurant & catering
Trower, “Young Jack” (d. ca. 1950)
Trower, John S. (1849–1911)
Trumbauer, Horace
Tucker, William Ellis
Tully, Fanny (1815?–1856)
Tulpehocken Station Historic District
Tulpehocken Station patrons
Tulpehocken Station restoration
Tunacliffe [Turncliffe?], Ann A.
Tunacliffe [Turncliffe?], Sarah Ann (1848–1849)
Tunacliffe [Turncliffe?], Thomas
Tunes, Abraham
Turbit, David, estate
Turner, Jacob
Turnpike, Germantown and Perkiomen
   Tolls
Tustin, William (1733?–1801) or (1736?–1804)
Tyler, Milton B. (1859– )
Tyler, Richard
Typhoid, Battle Against
Tyrrell, George
Tyson, Isaac B., journal
Tyson, see Teissen
U. S. Sanitary Commission        return to top
U.S. Constitution Convention, 1780
U.S. Constitution, Germantown petition to ratify, 1787
Ubefet, Johan Willem
Uhlinger, see Schaum & Uhlinger
Ulch (Ulsh), William, Pvt
Ulmer, Ester T. (1824?–1854)
Ulrich, Frantz
Umstead [Umsted], Hans Peter
Umstead [Umsted], John
Umstead [Umsted], Mrs. ( –1883)
Umsted, William W.
Uncleson, George
Uncleson, J.
Uncleson, John (1839?–1883)
Undertaker
Union Canal, Lebanon Pa.
Union Chapel, Chestnut Hill, see Churches
Union League of Germantown
Union League of Philadelphia
Union School, see Germantown Academy under Schools
Unitarian Church—theatricals
United German–American Committee of the USA
United States Cabinet, first
United States Centennial
United States immigration
University of Delaware
University of the Arts
Unrod (Unruh) Bible
Unrod, Jacob (1749?–1813)
Unruh, Abraham
Unruh, Charles
Unruh, Charles (1839?–1859)
Unruh, Jacob
Unruh, Mary (1805?–1860)
Unruh, Philip
Unruh, Samuel
Unruh, Solomon F.
Unruh, Solomon, estate
Updegraff, see Op den Graeff
Upjohn, Samuel, Rev.
Upper Burial Ground, see Cemeteries
Upsala, see Buildings
Upshur, A. P.
Usher’s Association
Utilian Society
Vail, Eleanor (1866?–1883)        return to top
Vail, Lewis D., Esq.
Vail, May (1864?–1883)
Valley Forge
Valley Green Hotel, see Inns
Van Bebber, Isaac Jacobs
Van Bebber, Jacob Isaacs
Van Bebber, Matthias
Van Bebberstown
Van de Walle, Jacobus
Van de Woestyne, Cathalynte
Van de Woestyne, Hannah
Van de Woestyne, Jan
Van Dyke (Vandyke), Catharine (1792?–1859)
Van Dyke (Vandyke), Henry (1852–1933)
Van Horn, Robert
Van Lashet [Van Lachet], Christian
Van Sintern, Isaac
Van Sintern, Neltei
Van Vossen, Arnold
Van Vossen, Mary
Vanartsdalen, Har. (died Civil War)
Vanderwerf, Richard
Vandike (Van Dyke) Bible
Vandyke, Catharine (1792?–1859)
VanLachet, John (1791?–1858)
Vaus, James
Venetian Club, see Clubs
Ventresca family
Vernet (artist)
Vernon Mansion, see Buildings
Vernon Park
Victorian Heloise, A
Victorian modes
Village Telegraph (newspaper)
Villages of Philadelphia
Vogel, Gotleib (1817?–1883)
Vogel, Lewis (died Civil War)
Von Buchwald, William C.
Von Wylick, Thomas
Vondersmith, J. L. (died Civil War)
Voting places
Wabst, Caspar        return to top
Waddy, Heinrich
Wagner, John
Wagner, Louis, Gen. (1838–1914)
Wagon, Germantown
Wagstroff, Lydia (1845–1883)
Waike, George
Wakefield Mills, see Mills
Wakefield School
Wakefield, see Buildings
Walch, John E. (1796?–1859)
Walk of historic stones
Walker, Charles
Walker, Emma J.
Walker, George W. (died Civil War)
Walker, John
Walker, Mahlon Murphy, MD (1845–1896)
Walker, Robert
Walker, William
Walker, William (1813?–1855)
Walker, William (1839?–1857)
Wall, John
Wallace, John
Wallace, Martha C. (1833?–1859)
Wallen [or Wollen], Joseph (died Civil War)
Wallower, Lucille
Walnut Lane neighborhood
Walnut Lane bridge
Walnut Lane School
Walnut Lane, West, neighborhood
Walnut Street Theater
Walter, Rachel Cheesman (1776–1868)
Walters, Thomas
Walton Theater
Wampole, Margaret, estate
Wanamaker, John
War Camp Community Service
War of 1812
Warburton, Joseph
Warburton, ––
Ward, Fountain
Ward, Townsend (cited)
Ward, Twenty-second
Ward, William
Warden, Beniamin H. (1797?–1857)
Warder, Ann, ledger
Warner, George
Warner, John F. (1782?–1854)
Warner, Philip ( –1779)
Warner, widow, estate
Warner, William
Warnick [?], John
Warren, William
Warrick, Meta, see Fuller, Meta (Warrick)
Warrick, William Henry, Jr., MD
Warrick, William Henry, MD (1867–1940)
Wartenby, Jacob M. (died Civil War)
Washington Tavern, Hein’s
Washington [city]
Washington’s Birthday
Washington, Booker T. (quoted)
Washington, George (Pres. U.S., 1732–1799)
   Congress
   Family history
   Farewell address
   Four Doors to Happiness
   Germantown Academy
   Germantown residency
   Hqtrs
   in Germantown
   Morris House stay
   Religion
   Western Pennsylvania
Washington, George, Letter
Washington, Martha (1731–1802)
Watches
Water Tower, Chestnut Hill
Water works, Centre Square
Water works, Fairmount
Water works, Germantown
Waterhouse, J. R.
Waterman, Isaac (1801?–1855)
Waters, George E., Rev.
Waters, John K.
Waterview playground
Waterworks Pond
Watson, James
Watson, John Fanning (1779–1860)
Watson, Margaret (1806?–1859)
Watson, Miss
Watson, Samuel
Weake, George
Weapons, antique
Weather records
Weather records, diaries, etc. (snowfalls, blizzards)
Weaver Bible
Weaver, Catharina (1781?–1858)
Weaver, Elizabeth M., see Baker, Elizabeth M. (Weaver)
Weaver, Ethan Allen
Weaver, Philip
Weaver, Samuel (1779?–1856)
Weaver, William
Weber, Christian
Weber, Mrs. (1823?–1859)
Wedding anniversary
Wedding, Fisher and Wister
Wedgwood
Wedgwood Figures
Weems, Mason Locke
Weigley, Russell
Weiser & Hendricks
Weiser, Conrad
Weiser, Henry Shearer
Weiss [or Young!?], Elias (died Civil War)
Weiss, Antony
Weiss, Charles
Weiss, George
Weiss, Henry D.
Weiss, Isaac (1834?–1853)
Weiss, Joseph A.
Weiss, Joseph Casper
Weiss, Margaret
Weiss, Maria, estate
“Welcome” journey
Welding, Julia (1816?–1860)
Weldon, Michael
Wellensick, Catharine (1798?–1858)
Wells, Charles, Sr. ( –1883)
Welsh, Herbert (1851–1941)
Welsh, John
Welsh, John ( –1883)
Welsh, John, Centennial Professorship
Welsh, Martin
Welsh, Patrick
Wendell & Smith
Wendell, Herman
Wenitt, Agnes (1783?–1857)
Wentz, Israel K. (1808?–1860)
Wenzel, Aug. (died Civil War)
Wert (Vertz), Peter ( –1804?)
West Mount Airy Neighbors
   Oral history
West, Jacob M.
West, Kenyon, see Howland, Frances Louise
West, Samuel
Westside Presbyterian Church, see Churches
Westtown Boarding School
Westward Passage, Part 1, Part 2
Wetherill, John Price
Wetherill, Samuel
Weygandt (Wygant), Cornelius (1871–1957)
Weygandt (Wygant): On the Edge of Evening
Weygandt family
Whartman, Geo W. (died Civil War)
Whartman, Harry
Wharton School
Wharton, Joseph
Wharton, Thomas
Wheeler, Sarah, journal
Wheeler-Johnson, Sarah (1780–1852)
Whipple, Wayne (l856– )
White City, Chestnut Hill park
White, Ambrose, estate
White, Andrew
White, George (died Civil War)
White, Halstead
White, John
White, John P.
White, Matthew
White, Richard (died Civil War)
White, Samuel
White, Samuel J. (died Civil War)
White, W. P., Rev.
White, William (1812?–1860)
Whiteman, Andrew
Whiteman, Daniel
Whiteman, William
Whitman, Walt (1819–1892)
Whittier, John Greenleaf (1807–1892)
Why, Thomas
Whyte, Clarence R.
Wicaco
Widdis, Ann, estate
Widdis, George (1793–1873)
Widener, George D.
Widmeier’s Cafe
Wilde [Wilde], William
Wilde, William
Wiley, Robert
Will of Dirk Jansen
Will of John Johnson
Willet Stained Glass Studios
Willet, Annie Lee
Willets, Isaac Pierson, MD
William H. Baker Co., see Baker, William H., Co.
William Penn Charter
William Penn Foundation
Williams, Ann Thomas
Williams, Carolyn (AAGG)
Williams, Charles
Williams, E. R.
Williams, Edward R.
Williams, Francis Churchill (1869–1945)
Williams, Francis Howard (1844–1922)
Williams, George
Williams, Henry J.
Williams, L.
Williams, Louisa
Williams, Luke
Williams, Mr., photographer
Williams, Theodore Strong, MD
Williams, William F.
Williamson, Jesse
Williamson, Jonathan
Williams-Poultney, Letitia (1771– )
Willits, Isaac Pearson, MD
Willits, Mary, MD (1855–1902)
Willow Grove
Wilson Line
Wilson, Alexander (1766–1813)
Wilson, George H.
Wilson, James ( –1883)
Wilson, James W., Sec’y of State
Wilson, James [or Joseph] (died Civil War)
Wilson, John, (1809?–1859)
Wilson, Richard (died Civil War)
Wilson, Sabena
Wilson, William (died Civil War)
Wilt, Christopher ( –1818)
Windolph [Windulph], Albert
Windolph [Windulph], Jacob
Wingohocking Heights
Winner Family
Winner, Joseph (1802–1878)
Winner, Joseph Eastburn (1836–1918)
Winner, Septimus ( –1862)
Winner, Septimus II (1827–1902)
Winner, William (ca.1819–1883)
Winston Court
Winston, M., Rev.
Wintergarst, George
Winterthur Museum
Winterthur Tercentenary lecture series
Winton, Alexander
Winton, William
Wireman, Katharine Richardson
Illustrations
Wireman, Mrs. Katherine R.
Wise, John
Wise, John, estate
Wissahickon
   Allen’s Lane
   Anthology Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6
   Boys Club
   Bridges
   Caves
   Chicken Rock
   Creek Route
   Flora
   Friends of the
   Garage
   Geology
   Gorgas Lane
   Hall
   Hermits
   High Bridge
   History
   Inns
   Kelpius’ Cave
       in Literature
   Map 1863
   Mills
   Mine Rock
   Mining
   Monastery
   Mystics
   Name
   Pipe Bridge
   Poetry of
   Quiz
   Resorts
   Sampler
   Schist
   School Club
   Shrubs
   Springtime
   Threat to
   Turnpike Company
   Vignettes
   Wheelmen
   Wildlife
   Wooden Indian statue
Wissahickon, Friends of the
Wistar, Caspar
Wistar, Margaret Vaux, see Haines, Margaret Vaux (Wistar)
Wistar, Richard, estate
Wister family
Wister family business transactions
Wister Station, Reading RR
Wister Town House
Wister, C. E.
Wister, C. J. & Co.
Wister, Charles J., diary
Wister, Charles Jones, Jr. (1822–1910)
Wister, Charles Jones, Sr. (1781–1865)
Wister, Daniel
Wister, James W., MD
Wister, John
Wister, John (1776–1862)
Wister, John (1804?–1883)
Wister, Jones, Reminiscences
Wister, J[ohn?]
Wister, Owcn Jones, MD (1825–1896)
Wister, Owen (1860–1938)
Wister, Rebecca (Bullock)
Wister, Sarah (Butler)
Wister, Sarah Logan Fisher
Wister, Susan, see Logan, Susan (Wister)
Wister, Willam Wynne, Bible
Wister, William (1803–1891)
Wister, William Rotch
Wister, William W.
Wister, William Wynne (1807–1898)
Witchcraft
Witherspoon, James
Witt, Christopher (1675–1765)
Witzmann, William
Wives, Presidents’
Wolf, Charles
Wolf, Charles K.
Wolf, Conrad
Wolf, George W.
Wolf, George W. & William
Wolf, John
Wolf, Joseph K.
Wolf, Samuel K.
Wolf, Stephanie Grauman
Wolf, Ted
Wolf, William K.
Wolff, Bernard B.
Woman’s attributes
Woman’s Club of Germantown
Woman’s Suffrage Party
Women and work
Women’s Christian Association
Women’s Exchange
Women’s Home Missionary Building
Women’s Medical College
Women’s Permanent Emergency Association
Wood, see Thoburn & Wood
Wood, Charlesworth
Wood, George Bacon (1832–1910)
Wood, George Bacon, MD (1797–1879)
Wood, John
Wood, John D.
Wood, Jonathan (died Civil War)
Wood, Miriam, estate
Wood, Morrell, and Company
Wood, Oscar W.
Wood, Zachariah (died Civil War)
Woodlin Bible
Woodside
Woodward Corporation
Woodward, George
Woodward, Mrs. George
Woollcott, Alexander
Working Conditions
Workingmen’s Club
World War I
   National League for Women’s Service
Worrell, Robert
Wray, Alexander
Wright (fireman)
Wright, Edmund
Wright, J. Eliiott, Rev.
Wright, John
Wright, John S. (died Civil War)
Wright, Letitia
Wright, Mary A. (1806?–1858)
Wright, William C.
Wulff, Paul
Wunder, William ( –1930)
Wyck ownership
Wyck, Friends of
Wyck, see Buildings
Wyndmoor Station
Yancey, Olivia, see Taylor, Olivia (Yancey)       return to top
Yard (silk dealer)
Yards (Italian neighborhood)
Yarmentown
Yarnall, Hanna Haines Thornton
Yarnall, Peter, Journal
Yeager (Yager) hymnbook
Yeager, Simon
Yeakle, Christopher
Yeakle, G.
Yeakle, George
Yeakle, Jacob
Yeakle, Leah
Yeakle, Samuel
Yellow fever
   epidemic
   epidemic, Drinker diary
   victims, 1797, relief of
Yerkes, see also Gerkes
Yerkes, Jonathan
Yerkes, Titus
YMCA
YMCA, African-American
Yokee, Michael
York Road
Youmer [?], Charles
Youmer [?], John, estate
Youmer [?], Lewis
Young Women’s Christian Association
Young, Bill (nursery)
Young, Clarence E.
Young, Jacob
Young, Michael (probably 1823?–1885)
YWCA
YWCA, African-American branch
Zachary, Lloyd
Zane, Isaac
Zeckler, Suffier
Zell, Lemuel
Zell, Thomas Ellwood
Zellers, George
Zemensky, Karl von
Ziegler, Jacob
Zimrnerman, Matthias
Zinner, Peter A., photographer
Zinzendorf, Nicolaus Ludwig, Count von
Zion Evangelical Church, see Churches
Zoar M. E. Church, see Churches
Zollinger, Ulrich (Woolry) ( –1782)
Zook, Christian (1774?–1860)

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