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Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, 1774 Assessments
Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, 1774 Assessments
Halfstrater, Wolreck 1 horse, 1 cow. 
 
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Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, 1775 Assessments
Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, 1775 Assessments
Hoffstrater Wolarick 1 horse, 1 cow 
 
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Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, Tax and Exoneration List 1776
Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, Tax and Exoneration List 1776
Hofstrator, Wolrick

Ref: Tax & Exoneration Lists, 17621794. Series No. 4.61; Records of the Office of the Comptroller General, RG-4. Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

 
 
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Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, 1785 Assessments
Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, 1785 Assessments
Hofftadler, Ulerick 2 horses, 2 cattle 
 
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Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, Tax and Exoneration List 1785
Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, Tax and Exoneration List 1785
Hofstatler, Ulerich 
 
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Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, Tax and Exoneration List 1786
Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, Tax and Exoneration List 1786
Huffstotler, Ullerick; Huffstotler, James 
 
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Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, Tax and Exoneration List 1787
Pennsylvania, Bedford County, Frankstown, Tax and Exoneration List 1787
Hoofstotler, James 
 
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Histories: Sparks Family of Frederick County, Maryland and Bedford County, Pennsylvania
Histories: Sparks Family of Frederick County, Maryland and Bedford County, Pennsylvania
by Paul E. Sparks 
 
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Military, Revolutionary War: Bedford County, Pennsylvania Ranger
Military, Revolutionary War: Bedford County, Pennsylvania Ranger
Frontier Rangers were the Minute Men of the frontier. They formed regular Militia Companies, under elected officers, and were subject to call at a minute's notice. Their service was not continuous. Many of these men experienced more actual warfare their regular comrades. At each alarm a certain number would be called on to patrol the lines… 
 
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Military, Revolutionary War: Ranger on the Frontier 1778-1783 Bedford County, Pennsylvania page 233
Military, Revolutionary War: Ranger on the Frontier 1778-1783 Bedford County, Pennsylvania page 233
Woolrich Hoofstater, James Hoofstater 
 
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Military, Revolutionary War: Ranger on the Frontier 1782 Bedford County, Pennsylvania
Military, Revolutionary War: Ranger on the Frontier 1782 Bedford County, Pennsylvania
Part 1 of 2, p 667 Wolerick Huffstatien 
 
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Military, Revolutionary War: Ranger on the Frontier 1782 Bedford County, Pennsylvania
Military, Revolutionary War: Ranger on the Frontier 1782 Bedford County, Pennsylvania
Part 2 of 2; p 668 Wolerick Huffstatien 
 
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Military, Revolutionary War: Wolrick Huffstaten
Military, Revolutionary War: Wolrick Huffstaten
Bedford County, Pennsylvania Militia, Certificate #3451, 7 Apr 1785, Register A, p 117.  
 

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