|Mansfield PA and Richmond Township in Tioga County PA|
Soldiers' Orphans' School
SUPERINTENDENT OF SOLDIERS’ ORPHANS,
FOR THE YEAR 1880.
LANE S. HART, STATE PRINTER AND BINDER.
A LIST OF "SIXTEENERS."
IN THE YEAR ENDING MAY 31, 1880.
Below will be found a list of the children who arrived at the age of sixteen during the past year, and were discharged.
There is no better way in which the system could exhibit its fruits.
Ellen E. Foster, Granville Summit, Pa.
Viola E. Dailey, Farmington Hill, Pa.
Arthur Matterson, attending school, Westfield, Pa.
Annie Pierce, in piano factory, Williamsport, Pa.
John Vargason, New Era, Pa.
Flora Prentiss, Flemming, Pa.
Frederick Freeborn, farming, Knoxville, Pa.
Charles Custer, farming, Corning, Pa.
Lucretia Riebsam, Ansonia, Pa.
Bethany Wilcox, teaching, Granville Centre, Pa.
Mary Hall, Roseville, Pa.
Eliza Thomson, Golden Hill, Pa.
Eugene Mumford, Emporium, Pa.
William Baldwin, clerking, Roaring Branch, Pa.
William Simons, farming, Rome, Pa.
Perry J. Robert, Elk Run, Pa.
William Downing, Lamb’s Creek, Pa.
Mary J. Decker, East Troy, Pa.
Olive Yeomans, Dagget’s Mills, Pa.
Salem D. Cornell, farming, Chase’s Mills, Pa.
Sarah L. Crawford, East Sharon, Pa.
Charles Wilber, farming, Mansfield, Pa.
Mildred Decker, East Smithfield, Pa.
William S. Stone, Knoxville, Pa.
Mary N. Hartman, Williamsport, Pa.
Phoebe M. Woodcock, Sabinsville, Pa..