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History of Mifflin County, PA
Posted by: Sheryl Williams (ID *****7003) Date: January 27, 2007 at 18:26:33
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Hope this is helpful for researchers. The following is an abstraction from the link below.

LOCAL HISTORY: Wayne Township, Mifflin County, PA

"In 1783, John Unkles was assessed on five hundred and forty-five acres of land
in Wayne township, and in 1793 on five hundred acres of land and two mills. This
land was on the north bank of the Juniata River, through which flowed Beaver
Run. It was granted in two warrants, one of which, granted to William Meek on an
order of survey March 2, 1775, contained one hundred and ninety-eight acres, and
was sold by him to William Chambers, who sold it to John Unkles June 26, 1783.
The other tract of three hundred and sixty-nine acres

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