Pennsylvania 1824 Sheriff, Adams County
- Sheriff (County)
- Pennsylvania 1824 Sheriff, Adams County
- First Ballot
- Thomas C. Miller, Henry Picking, Philip Heagy, William MacClellan, Jr., George Gitt, John King, Alexander Mack, Joel Funk, John Gorley, William Horner, Adam Staub
|Candidates:||Thomas C. Miller||Henry Picking||Philip Heagy||William MacClellan, Jr.||George Gitt||John King||Alexander Mack||Joel Funk||John Gorley||William Horner||Adam Staub|
Berlin was also known as the 6th district.
Conowago was also known as the 10th district.
Franklin was also known as the 9th district.
Gettysburg was also known as the 1st district.
Heidlersburg was also known as the 11th district.
Hunterstown was also known as the 8th district.
Littlestown was also known as the 2nd district.
Menallen was also known as the 7th district.
Millerstown was also known as the 5th district.
Oxford was also known as the 3rd district.
York Springs was also known as the 4th district.
Original Election Returns. Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg.
Adams Centinel (Gettysburg, PA). October 20, 1824.
The Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, PA). October 20, 1824.
Hanover Intelligenzblatt, und Offentlicher Anzeiger für York und Adams Caunties (Hanover, PA). October 28, 1824.
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