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Where was "South Susquehanna Hundred" ?

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Where was "South Susquehanna Hundred" ?

Posted: 30 Jan 2010 12:08PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: McCoy, McCay, McCullough
Can someone point me to a map showing the boundaries of the "South Susquehanna Hundred", as it was about 1790 at the time the first US census was taken? My probable ancestor Alexander McCoy (b. about 1770 in Ireland) was in that district, apparently as an indentured servant (the census category checked was the "other" column), as well as his future father-in-law Samuel McCullough. Alexander is said to have "learned the cooper's trade" while in Maryland, so I suppose he was indentured to a cooper who also lived in the same district.

John McCoy
(RealMac@aol.com)
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RealMac 30 Jan 2010 7:08PM GMT 
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