PA Archives Series Index

~ GUTHRIE INDEX & ENTRIES ~

A finding-aid for the Pennsylvania Archives Series.
This multi-volume resource holds a tremendous amount of data on
Pennsylvania including Colonial Records on Townships and Counties,
Military Records on the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812,
Early Marriage Records, Journals, Letters, and Council Sessions,
Heroic and Not-So-Heroic Actions, Commissions and Pardons.

Nearly every searchable variation of the name
Guthrie, Guthry, Guthery, Guthrey, Gutry,
Guthery, Guthrey, Gutry, Gutery, Gutrey,
Guttry, Guttery, Guttrey, Gutherie, Guthree
,

and a few creative variations are found in the records.

Rather than a name-only index, the listings
below are in page order to maintain
the timeline and/or location found in the books.
Each entry may only list the person’s name
or include more extensive details.
Review linked source page for the full document.

Topics that don’t include Guthrie entries are still
listed for reference in case you’re looking for other
ancestral surnames names or historical events.

The Pennsylvania Archives Series:
Summarized by the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission
Guthrie Entries Listed For:
Colonial Records: 16 Volumes
Archives Series I: 12 Volumes
Archives Series II: 19 Volumes
Archives Series III: 30 Volumes
Archives Series IV: 12 Volumes
Archives Series V: 8 Volumes
Archives Series VI: 15 Volumes
Archives Series VII: 5 Volumes
Archives Series VIII: 8 Volumes
Archives Series IX: 10 Volumes


PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES

~ GUTHRIE ENTRIES ~

COLONIAL RECORDS of PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUMES 1 – 16 
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COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 1:  
Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania – 10 Mar 1683 to 27 Nov 1700
– No Guthrie Entries Found

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 2:  
Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania – 18 Dec 1700 to 16 May 1717
– No Guthrie Entries Found

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 3:  
Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania – 31 May 1717 to 23 Jan 1735/6
– No Guthrie Entries Found

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 4: 
Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania – 7 Feb 1735/6 to 15 Oct 1745
– No Guthrie Entries Found

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 5:
Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania – 17 Dec 1745 to 20 Mar 1754
– No Guthrie Entries Found

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 6:
Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania – 2 Apr 1754 to 29 Jan 1756
– No Guthrie Entries Found

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 7: 
Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania – 29 Jan 1756 to 11 Jan 1758
– No Guthrie Entries Found

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 8: 
Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania – 13 Jan 1757 to 4 Oct 1762
– No Guthrie Entries Found

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 9:   
Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania – 15 Oct 1762 to 17 Oct 1771
– No Guthrie Entries Found

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 10:
Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania – 18 Oct 1771 to 27 Sep 1775
Minutes of the Council of Safety – 30 Jun 1775 to 12 Nov 1776

– No Guthrie Entries Found

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 11:   
Minutes of the Council of Safety – 18 Nov 1776 – 17 Mar 1777 & 31 Dec 1776 – 17 March 1777
Minutes of the PA Supreme Executive Council 4 Mar 1777 – 20 May 1779
p.220 – Guthrey, John – Appointment as one of 15 Justices for the County of Westmoreland, Ordered to be commissioned accordingly. Supreme Executive Council, Philadelphia, Wed. 11 June 1777.

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 12:   
Minutes of the PA Supreme Executive Council 21 May 1779 to 12 July 1781
p.31 – Guthrie, John – 29 Jun 1779 – Commissioned as Ensign by recommendation of Col. Daniel Broadhead.
p.367 – Guthrie, William, Captain – 27 May 1780 – The Council nominated officers of the Rangin Company for the County of Westmoreland, and the following chosen: William Guthrie, Captain, Thomas Stokely, Lieutenant, and _____ Ensign.

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 13:    
Minutes of the PA Supreme Executive Council – 13 July 1781 to 31 Dec 1783
p.332 – Guthrie, John – 17 Jul 1782 – Treasurer to pay John Guthrie, John Scott, and James Robinson the sum of 3 dollars each, they being in habitants of Westmoreland County, taken prisoners and carried into Canada from whence they have made their escape to this place (Philadelphia), the same being to bear their expenses to their several homes.
p.517 – Guthrie, James – 27 Feb 1783 – A return of justices of Mount Pleasant in Westmoreland received and read, James Guthrie having been selected and petitioned to be appointed. Council ordered that James Guthrie, Esquire be appointed a Justice of the Peace for the county of Westmoreland, and commissioned accordingly..
p.712 – Guthrie, George, Lieutenant – List of officers entitled to benefits of resolution of Assembly of 22 Sep 1783. Lt. George Guthrie: Sum Drawn by Council 183-1/3. Amount Due 183-1/3

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 14:
Minutes of the PA Supreme Executive Council – 1 Jan 1784 to 3 Apr 1786
p.63 – Guthrie, John, late an Ensign of the 8th Regt. Principal: 183.13.0 / Interest: 11.0.4 Comptroller General Reports interest due to be paid to listed soldiers
p.134 – Guthrie, John, Ensign of Eighth Regt. Principal: 183.13.0 / Interest: 11.0.4
p.374 – Guthrie, William, Capt. – 5 Mar 1785 – Comptroller General’s report upon the accts. of William Guthrie, Esqr, Captain of the Westmoreland County Rangers, from May 1780 to Jan 1781 was read and approved.
p.376 – Guthrie, William, Captain – 9 Mar 1785 – The Comptroller General’s reports upon the accounts of Captain William Guthrie for rations retained from 10 May 1780 to 15 Jan 1781.
p.376 – Guthrie, Captain – 9 Mar 1785 – Of the pay due to the non-commissioned officers and privates of Captain Guthrie’s Ranging company, from 25 July 1780 to 25 Jan 1781, and of rations due to Andrew Munrow, were read and approved.
p.422 – Guthrie, John, Ensign – 8th PA Regt. Interest: 11.0.4

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 15:   
Minutes of the PA Supreme Executive Council – 4 July 1786 to 6 Feb 1789
p.85 – Guthrie, William, Captain – 18 Sep 1786 – Petitions of Captains Alexander Craig, John McClelland, Hugh Martin, James Clark, William Guthrie, James Moore, Peter Rugh, Michael Frichman, of the First Battalion of Westmoreland County Militia for the Lieutenant of said County be directed to suspend the collection of fines incurred by the petitioners for neglect of their duty as Officers of the militia for the county until the further order of the Council.

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA – VOLUME 16:
Minutes of the PA Supreme Executive Council – 7 Feb 1789 to 20 Dec 1790
p.43 – Guthrie, James – 14 Mar 1789 – Resolved, That Alexander McLean, James Guthrie, and John Skinner, be and they are hereby appointed to view and mark out a road between Bedford and Pittsburgh by the nearest courses and most practicable ground.
p.215 – Gutrey, James – 9 Nov 1789 – Election held in Westmoreland on 30 Oct 1789. James Gutrey and John Cummings elected Sheriffs. Resolved that James Gutrey be appointed and commissioned Sheriff.
p.466-477 – Guthrie, James – 28 Sep 1790 – Council considered report of Alexander McClean, James Guthrie and John Skinner, Commissioners to lay out a road from Bedford to Pittsburgh. Motion passed and seconded. Report signed by the road commissioners dated Bedford, May 26 1790.
p.521 – Guthrie, James – 22 Nov 1790 – An election return of Sheriffs held in Westmoreland was received. Resolved that James Guthrie be appointed and commissioned Sheriff.

ARCHIVES SERIES I

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PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 1 VOLUME 1: 
Selected and arranged from Original Documents 1644 -1747
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 1 VOLUME 2: 
Selected and arranged from Original Documents 1748-1755
pp.386-7 – Guthrie, Jas. (Signatory) – The Petition of Inhabitants of the County of Cumberland – 7 Aug 1755. A request for arms and ammunition for the defense of their frontier settlements against the Indians.

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 1 VOLUME 3: 
Selected and arranged from Original Documents 1756-1759
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 1 VOLUME 4: 
Selected and arranged from Original Documents 1760-1775
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 1 VOLUME 5: 
Selected and arranged from Original Documents Commencing in 1776
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 1 VOLUME 6: 
Selected and arranged from Original Documents Commencing in 1777
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 1 VOLUME 7: 
Selected and arranged from Original Documents Commencing in 1778
p.32 – Guthery, James (Signatory) – Memorial of Phil. & Chester Co’s, in behalf of Jno. Roberts, 1778, a man recently tried and convicted of High Treason
p.363 – Guthery, William, Lieutenant – 1 May 1779, Hannastown – Letter from Lt Col. Arch’d Lochry to Pres. Reed. Officers named in 1st company: Matthew Jack, Captain; Wm Guthery, Lieutenant; George Owry, Ensign.
p.704 – Guthrey, Thomas – Letter CJ Thomas McKean to Pres. Reed, 20 Sep 1779. Item 11: List of Deserters from the State-Gallies of PA—joined teh British Army or Navy at Philadelphia in 1777 and 1778, and were taken in different vessels belonging to the enemy. Includes 17. Thomas Guthrey.

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 1 VOLUME 8:
Selected and arranged from Original Documents 1779 – 1780
p.518 – Guttery, Cap. – 24 Aug 1780 – Letter Col. A Lochry to Pres. Reed, 1780. Capt. (Wm) Guttery has enlisted 20 able-bodied recruits for the Ranging Company.
p.569 – Guthrey, Captain – 21 Sep 1780 – Letter Michael Huffnagle to Thos. Scott – Discusses compensation for recruiting expenses.
p.596 – Guthrey, Ensign – Fort Pitt, 2 Nov 1780 – Letter Col. Broadhead to Pres. Reed. Upwards of 40 men from the neighborhood of Hannastown attempted an attack on the friendly Delaware Indians gathered to aid Broadhead’s planned incursion against the hostile tribles. “I was not a little surprised to find the late Captains Irwin & Jack, Lieut. Brownlee, & Ensign Guthrey concerned in this base attempt. I suppose the women & children were to suffer an equal Carnage with the men.”

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 1 VOLUME 9: 
Selected and arranged from Original Documents 1781 – 1782
p.29 – Guthrey, Job and Jane McClenaghan – Marriage license 1st Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. (Reverse listing on p. 47)
p.498 – Guthrie, Sam’l and Hannah Newark 10 May 1797 – St Paul’s Church, Philadelphia
p.545 – Guthrie, Margaret and James Melvin 12 Sep 1785 3rd Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia
p.589 – Guthrie, Adam and Mary Elton – 30 Nov 1792 – 2nd Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia (reverse listing on p.585)

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 1 VOLUME 10: 
Selected and arranged from Original Documents Commencing in 1783 – 1785
p.285 – Guthry, William, private, Roll of Capt. James Carnahan’s Company 1 Mar 1777 to 1 May 1777. Mustered at Red Bank, 9 May 1777. Col. John Bull and Walter Stewart.
p.626 – Guthrie, William, private, Capt. William Alexander’s Company – 7th PA Regt
p.643 – Guthrey, William, private, Capt. Samuel Kennedy’s Company – 8th PA Regt.
p.647 – Guthrie, William, 27 May 1777-1781; died 1 Aug 1829, in Westmoreland Co., aged 84
p.667 – Guthrie, James, 2nd Lieutenant, Commissioned 9 August 1776 – 8th PA Regt.
p.676 – Guthery, Archibald, private, killed August 1779 – 8th PA Regt.

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 1 VOLUME 11:
Selected and arranged from Original Documents Commencing 1786 – 1789
p.560 – Guthry, James – 1789 – Alexander McLean of Fayette, James Guthry of Westmoreland, and John Skenner of Franklin chosen as Road Commissioners to enact resolution of 21 Nov 1788 to view and mark a road from town of Bedford to Pittsburgh.
p.642 – Guthrie, Mr. – 2 Dec 1789 – Letter from Alex’r McClean to Pres. Mifflin – Status of road meeting, but Guthrie at Greensburgh has been ill since early November.

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 1 VOLUME 12: 
Selected and arranged from Original Documents Commencing 1790, with Appendix.
(Documents dated earlier than 1790 are located in the Appendix.)
p.151 – (Guthery, Archibald) – Letter Col. Daniel Broadhead to Cap. Samuel Dawson, from Head Quarters, Pittsburgh, 4 Aug 1779 “I am very sorry for poor Guthrie, and have sent Dr Benneville to try if he can save his life, but I fear it is in vain.”
p.230 – (Guthrie, William) – Letter No. 147 Col Daniel Broadhead to Capt. Thos. Beall, from Head Quarters, Fort Pitt, 6 May 1780. “I hear you have sent Mr. Guthrie for the Westmoreland Militia, and I wish he may not too great an alarm. should the alarm prove false or the Militia arrive at Fort Crawford you will immediately proceed to Fort Armstrong.”

ARCHIVES SERIES II

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PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 1:
Minutes of the Board of War from 14 March 1777 to 7 August 1777, p.3-75
Minutes of the Navy Board from 18 Feb 1777 to 24 Sep 1777, p76-870
List of Officers and Men of the Pennsylvania Navy 1775-1781, p242-870
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 2:
Names Issued Marriage Licenses in the Province of PA previous to 1790, pp.12-292
p.14 – Guthrie, Alexander, Marriage Records
p.105 – Guthrie, Alexander, Marriage Records
p.444 – Guthrie, James, Officers and Soldiers – Cumberland County – 1755

Persons Naturalized in the Province of Pennsylvania, p293-416
1776 Map of Part of Middle British Colonies before the Revolution, pp.416-419
– No Guthrie Entries Found

Officers and Soldiers in the Service of the Province of Pennsylvania 1744-1764. pp.420-530
p.474 – Guttrey, Samuel, private, Officers and Soldiers – Provincial Service – 1758
p.506 – Guthry, John, sergeant, Officers and Soldiers – Provincial Service – 1759

Indian Traders, Meditteranean Passes, Letters of Marque and Ships Registers, 1743-1776, pp.531-578
Papers Relating to the Province of Pennsylvania Prior to the Revoution pp. 579-638
Journal of Col. James Burd while Building Fort Augusta at Shamokin, 1756-7, pp.639-704
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 3
Names of Persons who took the Oath of Allegiance to the State of PA 1776-1794, pp.2-86
p.681 Guthrie, James (sheriff) 9 Nov 1789
p.681 Guthrie, John (justice of the peace) 11 Jun 1777
p.681 Guthrie, James (justice of the peace) 27 Feb 1783

Papers Relating to the War of the Revolution, 1777, pp.87136
Papers Relating to the War of the Revolution, 1778, pp.137–226
Papers Relating to the War of the Revolution, 1779, pp.227-298
Memorials Against Calling a Convention, 1779, pp.299-332
Papers relating to the War of the Revolution, 1780, pp.333-39
Papers relating to the War of the Revolution, 1781, pp. 397-470
Resolves of the Committee for the Province with the instructions to their Representatives in 
Assembly and an Essay on the Constitutional Power of Great Britain, 1774. pp. 471-546
Proceedings of the Convention for the Province of PA held at Philadelphia 23 Jan 1775-28 Jan 1775, pp. 547-582
Officers of the State of Pennsylvania in the Revolution and under the Constitution of 1776, pp. 583-698

– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 4:
Papers relating to what is known as the Whiskey Insurrection in Western PA, 1794, pp.1-462
– No Guthrie Entries Found

Narrative of the Journey of Col. Thomas Proctor to the Indians of the North-West, 1791, pp.463-524
– No Guthrie Entries Found

Papers Relating to the Defense of the Frontiers – 1790-1796, pp. 525-652
p.555 Guthrie, Major of Westmoreland, Letter Lt Ernest of Fed Artillery to Sec of War 1791
p.593 Guthrie, Captain, Letter Maj McCully to Gov Mifflin 2 Mar 1792 – Recruiting at Fort Pitt

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 5:
Papers Relating to the Colonies on the Delaware, 1614-1682, pp.1-889
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 6:  
Papers Relating to the French Occupation in Western Pennsylvania, pp.1-832
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 7: 
Papers Relating to Provincial Affairs in Pennsylvania, 1682-1750, pp.1-318
Papers Relating to the Boundary Dispute Between Pennsylvania and Maryland, 1734-1760, pp.319-426

The Narrative of Marie Le Roy and Barbara Leininger, pp.427-438
Journal of Col. James Burd of the Provincial Service, 1760, pp.439-456
Journal Kept at Fort Augusta, 1763, pp.457-484

Papers Relating to the Dutch and Swedish Settlements on the Delaware River, pp. 485-874
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 8:
Record of Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1810 – Volume I

Marriages Recorded by the Registrar General, pp.5-8
– No Guthrie Entries Found

Christ Church, Philadelphia, pp.9-296
p.118 – Guthridge, Anne and William Phillips, 9 March 1733 (Reverse listing, p.210)
p.118 – Guthry, Anne, and Joseph Hurdith, 9 March 1752 (Reverse listing, p.141)
p.118 – Guthrie, John, and Ann Smith, 2 March 1797 (Reverse listing, p.245)

Swedes’ Church, Philadelphia, pp. 297-574
– No Guthrie Entries Found

First Presbyterian Church, Carlisle, pp.575-602
p.586 – Guthrie, Samuel, and Jane Wilson, 26 Oct 1707 (Actually 1807) (Reverse Listing, p.601)
p.586 – Guthrie, Polley, and Thomas Dodds, 24 Nov 1789 (Reverse listing, p.582)

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Chester, pp.603-610
– No Guthrie Entries Found

Reformed Church, Falkner Swamp, pp. 611-630
– No Guthrie Entries Found

Lutheran Church, New Hanover, pp.631-660
– No Guthrie Entries Found

German Reformed Church, Philadelphia, pp. 661-746
– No Guthrie Entries Found

First Baptist Church, Philadelphia, pp.747-792
p.764 – Guttrey, Margaret and Stephen Obleby, 28 Feb 1789 (Reverse listing, p.777)

Paxtang and Derry Churches, pp.793-804
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 9
Record of Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1810 – Volume II

First Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia, pp.1-106
p.29 – Guthrey, Job, and Jane McClenaghan, 18 Dec 1733, L. (Reverse listing, p.47)

Moravian Church, Bethlehem, pp.107-128
Moravian Church, Nazareth, pp.129-136
Moravian Church, Lititz, pp. 137-148
Moravian Church, Philadelphia, pp.149-154
Moravian Church, Emaus, pp. 155-158
Nashaminy Persbyterian Church, pp. 159-168
St. James Episcopal Church, Perkiomen, pp. 169-184
Abington Presbyterian Church, pp.185-204
Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, pp.205-220
Middletown Monthly Meeting, pp. 221-234
Falls Monthly Meeting, pp.235-252
Buckingham Monthly Meeting, pp.253-276
Wrightstown Monthly Meeting, pp. 277-290
St Michael’s and Zion Church, Philadelphia, pp.291-458

– No Guthrie Entries Found

St Paul’s Church, Philadelphia, pp.459-512
p.498 – Sam’l Guthrie and Hannah Newark, 10 May 1797

Presbyterian Church, Churchville, pp.513-530
– No Guthrie Entries Found 

Third Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, pp. 531-570
p.545 – Guthrie, Margaret, and James Melvin, 12 Sep 1785

Second Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, pp. 571-636
p.589 – Guthrie, Adam, and Mary Elton, 29 Nov 1792 (Reverse listing, p.585)

Officers at the Province of Pennsylvania, pp.637-658
Provincial Officers of the 3 Lower Counties, New Castle, Kent, and Sussex, pp. 659-687
Provincial Officers of the 3 Original Counties, Chester, Philadelphia & Bucks, 1682-1776, pp.689-785
Provincial Officers for the Additional Counties, 1729-1776, pp.785-818

– No Guthrie Entries Found 

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 10:
Battalions and Regiments of the Continental Line
Col. William Thompson’s Battalion of Riflemen 25 Jun 1775-1July1776, pp.iv-42
First Pennsylvania Battalion – Col John Philip De Haas – 27 Oct 1775-13 Nov 1776, pp.43-65
Second Pennsylvania Battalion – Col. Arthur St.Clair – Jan 1776-Jan 1777, pp.66-102
Third Pennsylvania Battalion – Col. John Shee – 5 Jan 1776-3 Jan 1777, pp.103-114
Fourth Pennsylvania Battalion – Col. Anthony Wayne – 3 Jan 1776-24 Jan 1777 – pp.115-140
Fifth Pennsylvania Battalion – Col. Robert Magaw – 3 Jan 1776-3 Jan 1777 – pp.141-164
Sixth Pennsylvania Battalion – Col. William Irvine – 9 Jan 1776-20 Mar 1777 – pp. 165-198
Pennsylvania Rifle Regiment – Col. Samuel Miles – 6 Mar 1776, pp.199-244
The Musketry Battalion – Col. Samuel J Atlee – 6 Mar 1776, pp.245-262

– No Guthrie Entries Found

The State Regiment of Foot – Cols. John Bull, Walter Stewart – 1 Mar-12 Nov 1777, pp263-286
p.285 – Guthry, William (private) – Roll Capt. James Carnahan’s Company 1777

The Pennsylvania Line from 1 July 1776 to 3 Nov 1783, pp.287
Explanatory Notes, pp.289-292
Reminiscences, pp.293-296
General Officers Pennsylvania Line, pp.297-308
Continental Line: First Pennsylvania – 1 July 1776 – 3 Nov 1783, pp.309-398
Continental Line: Second Pennsylvania – Oct 1776 – 3 Nov 1783, pp.399-450
Continental Line: Third Pennsylvania – 1 Jan 1777 – 3 Nov 1783, pp.451-490
Continental Line: Fourth Pennsylvania – 1 Jan 1777-3 Nov 1783, pp.491-538
Continental Line: Fifth Pennsylvania – 1 Jan 1777 – 1 Jan 1783, pp.539-576
Continental Line: Sixth Pennsylvania – 1 Jan 1777 – 1 Jan 1783, pp.577-608

– No Guthrie Entries Found

Continental Line: Seventh Pennsylvania – 1 Jan 1777 – 17 Jan 1781, pp.609-654
p.626 – Guthrie, William, private, May 27, 1777, Roll of Capt. William Alexander’s Company
p.643 – Guthery, William, private, Capt. Samuel Kennedy’s Company
p.647 – Guthrie, William, private, May 27 1777-1781, died 1 Aug 1829, in Westmoreland, 84yrs

Continental Line: Eighth Pennsylvania – 20 Jul 1776 – 17 Jan 1781, pp.655-688
p.660 – Guthrie, John, sergeant appointment to ensign, 31 Dec 1778, Fort McIntosh
p.667 – Guthrie, James, 2nd Lt., August 9, 1776
p.676 – Guthery, Archibald, private, killed august, 1779

Continental Line: Ninth Pennsylvania – 25 Oct 1776 – 17 Jan 1781, pp.687-712
Continental Line: Tenth Pennsylvania – 25 Oct 1776 – 17 Jan 1781, pp.713-758
Continental Line: Eleventh Pennsylvania aka ‘Old 11th’ – 25 Oct 1776-1 July 1778, pp.759-772
Continental Line: Twelfth Pennsylvania – 1 Oct 1776 – 1 July 1778, pp.773-782
Continental Line: Thirteenth Pennsylvania – 12 Nov 1777 – 1 July 1778, pp.783-792
Additional Regiment: Col. Thomas Hartley’s – 11 Jan 1777 – 13 Jan 1779, pp.793-806
Additional Regiment: Col. John Patton’s – 11 Jan 1777 – 13 Jan 1779, pp.805-812

– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 11:
Battalions and Regiments of the Continental Line
Continental Line: The New Eleventh – 13 Jan 1779 – 17 Jan 1781, pp.3-74
Continental Line: The German Regiment – 12 Jul 1776-1 Jan 1781, pp. 75-88
The Corps of Count Von Ottendorff – 1776-1780, pp.89-100
Pennsylvanians in Col Hazen’s Regiment “Congress’ Own” 1776-1783, pp. 101-112
Independent Companies raised in Valley of Wyoming attached to Connecticut Line, pp113-124
Pennsylvanians in the Commander-in-Chief’s Guard, 1776-1783, pp. 125-130

– No Guthrie Entries Found

PA Regiment of Cavalry – Colonel Stephen Moylan, 1777-1783, pp. 131-142
p.134 – Guthrey, George, lieutenant, resided in Huntingdon county in 1792

Armand’s First Partisan Legion, 1777-1783, pp. 143-156
Pennsylvanians in Pulaski’s Legion, 1778-1783, pp.157-162
Pennsylvanians in Lee’s Partisan Corps, 1778-1783, pp.163-168
Provost Guard. Von Heer’s Light Dragoons, 1 Jun 1778 – 3 Nov 1783, pp.169-176
Continental Line: Pennsylvania Artillery, 21 Oct 1775-27 Oct 1776, pp.177-194

– No Guthrie Entries Found

Continental Line: Fourth Regiment of Artillery, 6 Feb 1777-3 Nov 1783, pp.195-268
p.223 – Guthrie, George, private, resided in Huntingdon county, 1792

Continental Line: The Invalid Regiment – 20 Jun 1777-1783, pp.269-294
The Orderly Books of the Pennsylvania Line in the War of the Revolution pp.295-658
Diary of the Revolt of 1781, pp659-706
Diary of the Pennsylvania Line, 26 May 1781-25 Apr 1782, pp.707-762

– No Guthrie Entries Found

Muster Rolls of Ranging Companies &c with Lists of Pensioners in 1789 and 1813, pp.763-808
p.800 – William Guthrie, placed on list of pensioners by the board

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 12:
Muster Rolls of the Pennsylvania Volunteers in the War of 1812-1814 – Volume 1
p.187 – Guthrie, John, captain, Capt. John Guthrie’s Company
p.187 – Guthrie, Alexander, private, Capt. John Guthrie’s Company
p.187 – Guthrie, Thomas, private, Capt. John Guthrie’s Company
p.521 – Guthrey, Alexander, private, Capt. John Wallace’s Company
p.521 – Guthrey, James, private, Capt. John Wallace’s Company
p.521 – Guthrey, Thomas, private, Capt. John Wallace’s Company, left in hospital…

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 13:
Muster Rolls of the Pennsylvania Volunteers in the War of 1812-1814 – Volume 2
p.89 Guthrie, John
p.89 Guthrey, William, teamster, wounded at Paoli, residing Armstrong Co 1821
p.89 Guthry, William, died in Armstrong County 1828
p.89 Guthry, John
p.89 Guthery, George

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 14:
Associators and Militia of the Continental Line
Associators and Militia of City and County of Philadelphia, pp.1-61
Associators and Militia of the County of Chester, pp. 63-139
Associators and Militia of the County of Bucks, pp. 141-244
Associators and Militia of the County of Berks, pp.245-312
Associators and Militia of the County of Northumberland, pp.313-367

– No Guthrie Entries Found

Associators and Militia of the County of Cumberland, pp.369-472
p.460 – Guthrie, John, 21 Oct 1777 – Oath of Allegiance

Associators and Militia of the County of York, pp.473-546
Associators and Militia of the County of Northampton, pp. 547-633
Associators and Militia of the County of Bedford, pp.635-670

– No Guthrie Entries Found

Associators and Militia of the County of Westmoreland, pp.671-681
p.675 – Guthrey, William, private, 1st BN – Officers in Battalions, 1776
p.679 – Guthrie, James, captain – Officers in Service 1777-1779
p.679 – Guthry, William, captain – Officers in Service 1777-1779

Lochry’s Expedition, pp.681-689
p.683 – Guthrie, John, private – Capt. Stokely’s Company – taken prisoner, released Dec 1782

The Sandusky Expedition, pp.690-727
Associators and Militia of the County of Washington, pp.729-275
Williamson’s Expedition, pp. 753-754

– No Guthrie Entries Found

Officers of the Flying Camp and Ranging Companies with Misc. Muster Rolls, pp.755-777
p.766 – Guthrie, William, captain – Ranging company for the county of Westmoreland

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 15:
Revolutionary War Journals & Diaries, and Lists of Officers & Soldiers, 1775-1783
Journal of Major Ennion Williams, pp.1-20
Journal of Captain William Hendricks, pp.21-58
Henry’s Journal of the Campaign Against Quebec, pp.59-192
Diary of Lieutenant James McMichael, pp.193-218
Journal of Lieutenant Erkuries Beatty, pp219-254
Journal of Rev. William Rogers, D.D., pp255-288
Letter of Captain William Gray, pp.289-294
Journal of Lieutenant William McDowell, pp.295-340
Minutes of the Committee of Safety of Bucks County, pp.341-370

– No Guthrie Entries Found

Rolls of Soldiers of the PA Line in the Department of State of the US, pp. 371-560
p.469 – Guthrie, William, private, 9 Sep 1778, Capt. William Alexander’s Company
p.525 – Guthrie, James, 2nd Lt, 9 Aug 1776, 8th Pennsylvania Regiment

Miscellaneous Rolls of Associators, Militia, and Flying Camp, pp.561-682
p.565 – Guthrie, Thomas, private, Capt. John McTeer’s Company
p.575 – Guthrie, John, private, Capt. William Donaldson’s Company
p.583 – Guthrie, James, private, Capt. not listed, 1st Lt. John Eaton

List of Persons residing in PA Pensioned by the US in 1820 and 1825, pp.683-741
p.693 – Guthry, John, private, 1820
p.694 – Guthrie, William, private, 1820
p.721 – Guthrie, William, 1825, P. L. (Pennsylvania Line)

Diary of Captain James Duncan, pp.743-752
Journal of Samuel McNeil, 1779, pp.752-759
Supplemental List of Soldiers of the Revolution, pp.761-775

– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 16:
The Breviate: in the Boundary Disputed between Pennsylvania and Maryland
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 17:
Foreigners Who Took Oath of Allegiance to PA, 1727-1775, With Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808
–  No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 18:
Documents Relating to the Connecticut Settlement in the Wyoming Valley
–  No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 2 VOLUME 19:
Minutes of the Board of Property of the Province of Pennsylvania
– No Guthrie Entries Found

ARCHIVES SERIES III

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PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 1:
Minutes of the Board of Property and Other References to Lands in Pennsylvania
p.90 Guthry, Sam’l – 8 Apr 1737 – Minute Book K – Warrant for 100A in N. Castle County
p.179 Guthrie, Robert – 26 May 1767 – Board of Property – James Armstrong agst Guthrie
p.350 Guthry (no given name) – Beard, Guthry, & Moore dispute application of Elias Davison

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 2:
Minutes of Board of Property. References to Lands in PA, Incl. Proprietary (Old) Rights
p.40 Guthery, James – 1 Oct 1792 – James Guthery v Jas. McLaughlin.
p.278 Guthry, Robert – 4 Jul 1763 – Re: survey in Westpennsboro Twp Cumberland County
p.373 Guthries, Robert – 8 Dec 1766 – Re: Land in Cumberland vs James Armstrong
p.711 Guttridge, Edward – 18 Apr 1712 – Land Warrant – 50 Acres, Land Warrant in Philadelphia County

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 3:
Old Rights, Proprietary Rights, Virginia Entries, and Soldiers Entitled to Donation Lands
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 4:
Draughts of the Proprietary Manors in the Province of Pennsylvania
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 5:
State of Accounts of County Lieutenants During Revolutionary War, 1777-1789, Volume One
p.198 Guthrie, John – Westmoreland County – Paid him by order of Council 3.0.0

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 6:
State of Accounts of County Lieutenants During Revolutionary War, 1777-1789, Volume Two
p.660 Guthrie, John – Cumberland County – Military Stores – L3.10

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 7:
State of Accounts of County Lieutenants During Revolutionary War, 1777-1789, Volume Three
p.24 Guthrie, Daniel – Bedford County – for carriage of flour for the militia, June 21st – L64.10.0
p.29 Guthrey, John – Bedford County – Militia Fines – Rec’d from JG , 20.1
p.118 Guthrie, William, Capt. – advanced in July and Aug 1780 for recruiting service

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 8:
Commissions Issued by the Province of Pennsylvania, With Official Proclamations, Volume One
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 9:
Commissions Issued by the Province of Pennsylvania, With Official Proclamations, Volume Two
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 10:
Commissions Issued by the Province of Pennsylvania, With Official Proclamations, Volume Three
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 11: 
Proprietary Tax Lists of the County of Chester: 1765, 1766, 1767, 1768, 1769, 1771.
p.44 – Guthrie, Adam – 1765 West Nantmeal – 100 Acres, 2 Horses, 2 Cattle, 6 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.151 – Guttery, John – 1766 Oxford – 50 Acres, 2 Horses, 6 Cattle, 8 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.152 – Guttery, Ja’s – 1766 Oxford – Freemen
p.172 – Guttery, Adam – 1766 West Nantmeal- 100Acres, 3Horses, 2Cattle, 7Sheep, 0  Servants
p.175 – Guttery, John – 1766 West Nantmeal – Inmate
p.329 – Guttery, James, tailor – 1767 West Caln – 0 Acres, 1 Horses, 1Cattle , 0 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.330 – Guttery, John – 1767 West Caln – 50 Acres, 2 Horses, 3 Cattle, 5 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.332 – Guttery, James – 1767 Freemen
p.485 – Guttry, John – 1768 West Nantmeal – Inmate
p.488 – Guttry, James – 1768 – Oxford – Freemen
p.588 – Guthery, Adam – 1769 East Caln – 100A, 2 Horses, 3 Cattle, 8 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.603 – Gutry, John – 1769 Oxford – 60 Acres, 2 Horses, 3 Cattle, 7 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.606 – Guttry, James – 1769 Oxford – Freemen
p.610 – Gutry, John – 1769 West Nantmeal – Inmate
p.711 – Guthry, John – 1771 Oxford – 100A, 3 Horses, 2 Cattle, 6 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.713 – Guthery, James – 1771 Oxford – Freemen
p.778 – Guthery, James, innkeeper – 1771 East Caln – 150 Acres, 2 Horses, 2 Cattle, 6 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.780 – Guthery, Adam – 1771 East Caln – 150 Acres, 2 Horses, 3 Cattle, 6 Sheep, 0 Servants

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 12:
Proprietary Tax Lists of the County of Chester: 1774, 1779, 1780, 1781, 1785
p.31 – Guthery, James – 1774 Bethel – Freemen
p.61 – Guthery, Adam – 1774 East Caln – 180 Acres, 2 Horses, 4 Cattle, 6 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.61 – Guthery, James – 1774 East Caln – 180 Acres, 3 Horses, 4 Cattle, 5 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.70 – Guthrey, John – 1774 Oxford – 70 acres, 2 Horses, 2 Cattle, 0 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.280 – Guthry, Adam – 1780 East Caln – 150 Acres, 2 Horses, 4 Cattle, 0 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.280 – Guthry, James – 1780 East Caln – 180 Acres, 3 Horses, 4 Cattle, 0 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.429 – Guttery, Adam – 1781 East Caln – 220 Acres, 4 Horses, 6 Cattle, 0 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.429 – Guttery, James – 1781 East Caln – 200 Acres, 4 Horses, 5 Cattle, 0 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.448 – Guttery, John – 1781 Oxford – 100 Acres, 2 Horses, 3 Cattle, 0 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.567 – Guthry, Adam – 1781 East Caln – 220 Acres, 4 Horses, 6 Cattle, 0 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.567 – Guthry, James – 1781 East Caln – 200 Acres, 4 Horses, 5 Cattle, 0 Sheep, 0 Servants
p.631 – Guttery, John – 1781 Oxford – Amount of Tax: 4.10.4
p.690 – Guthrey, Adam – 1785 East Caln – Amount of Tax: 2.10.0
p.690 – Guthrey, James – 1785 East Caln – Amount of Tax: 3.3.4
p.776 – Guthrie, John – 1785 Oxford – Amount of Tax: 1.11.6

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 13:
Proprietary and Other Tax Lists of Bucks County: 1779, 1781, 1782, 1783, 1784, 1785, 1786
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 14:
Proprietary, Supply, and State Tax Lists of City & County of Philadelphia: 1769, 1774, 1779
p.430 – Guthrey, James, shopkeeper – 1774 Southwark – Provincial Tax – 0 Acres, 0 Horses, 0 Cattle, 0 Servants, 0 Tax
p.609 – Guttrey, William – 1779 Gwynedth – Effective Supply Tax – Amount of Tax: 1
p.697 – Guthrey, James – 1779 Southwark – Effective Supply Tax – Amount of Tax: 4

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 15:
Supply, and State Tax Lists of the City & County of Philadelphia: 1779, 1780, 1781
p.47 – Guttrey, William, d. – 1779 Gwynedth – State Tax – Amount of Tax: 5.0
p.139 – Guthrey, James – 1779 Southwark – State Tax – Amount of Tax: 1.0.0
p.415 – Guttery, William – 1780 Gwynedth – Effective Supply Tax – Valuation: 210, Tax: 5.9.3

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 16:
Supply, and State Tax Lists of the City & County of Philadelphia: 1781, 1782, 1783
p.569 – Guttery, William – 1782 Gwinedth Township – No Acres, 1 Horse, 1 Cattle, No Sheep, No Servants

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 17:
Proprietary and State Tax Lists of the Lancaster County: 1771, 1772, 1773, 1779, and 178
p.854 – Guttry, John – 1782 Colerain – 100 Acres, 0 Horses, 0 Cattle, 0 Servants, Tax: 6.10.6

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 18:
Proprietary and State Tax Lists of Berks County: 1767, 1768, 1779, 1780, 1781, 1784, 1785
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 19:
Proprietary, Supply & State Tax Lists of Northampton & Northumberland: 1772 to 1787
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 20:
State and Supply Transcripts of the County of Cumberland: 1778 to 1783
p.36 – Guthrie, James – 1778 East Pennsborough – First State Tax – Freemen – Tax: 1.10.0
p.46 – Guthrie, James – 1778 Guilford – First State Tax – 0 Acres, 0 Negroes, 1 Horse, 1 Cattle, Tax: 3.8.0
p.91 – Guthrie, James – 1778 Peters Twp – First State Tax – Freeman – Tax: 1.10.0
p.106 – Guttery, Robert – 1778 West Pennsboro – First State Tax – 48 Acres, 0 Negroes, 2 Horses, 2 Cattle, Tax: 7.8.0
p.134 – Gutherie, John – 1779 Carlisle – Supply Rates – 0 Horses, 0 Cattle, 0 Negroes
p.167 – Guthrie, Ja’s – 1779 Guilford – Supply Rates – 0 Acres, 2 Horses, 2 Cattle, 0 Negroes
p.205 – Guthrie, Thomas – 1779 Middleton – Supply Rates – Freeman – Tax: 4.10.0
p.269 – Guthrie, John – 1780 Carlisle – Supply Rates – 0 Acres, 1 Horse, 0 Cattle, 0 Negroes
p.271 – Guthrie, Rob’t Jun’r – 1780 Carlisle – Supply Rates – Freemen – Tax: 5.0.0
p.286 – Guthrie, James – 1780 East Pennsborough – Freemen – Tax: 15.0.0
p.299 – Guthrie, James – 1780 Guilford – Supply Rates – 0 Acres, 2 Horses, 2 Cattle, 0 Negroes
p.405 – Guthrey, John – 1781 Carlisle – Transcript of Taxes – 0 Acres, 0 Horses, 0 Cattle, 0 Negroes
p.409 – Guthrey, Robert – 1781 Carlisle – Transcript of Taxes – Freemen – Amount of Tax: 44.18.8
p.510 – Guthrey, George – 1781 West Pennsbro’ – Transcript of Taxables – Freemen – Amount of Tax: 40.0.0
p.548 – Guthrie, John, butcher – 1782 Carlisle – Transcript of Taxables – 0 Acres, 0 Horses, 0 Cattle, 0 Negroes
p.553 – Guthrie, Rob’t Junior – 1782 Carlisle – Transcript of Taxables – Freemen – Tax: 6.8
p.561 – Guthrie, James – 1782 East Pennsbro’ – Transcript of Taxables – Freemen – Tax: 2.10.0
p.712 – Guthrie, Ja’s – 1785 East Pennsbro’ – Transcript of Taxables – Freemen – Tax: 10.0

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 21:
Returns of Taxables of the York County for 1779, 1780, 1781, 1782, and 1783
p.745 – Guttry, James – 1783 Huntington – 0 Acres, 1 Inhabitant, 0 Servants, 0 Negroes

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 22:
Returns of Taxables in Bedford (1773 to 1784), Huntingdon (1788), Westmoreland (1783, 1786), Fayette (1785, 1786), Allegheny (1791), Washington (1786); and Census of Bedford (1784), and Westmoreland (1783)
p.11 – Guthery, John – 1773 Dublin, Bedford – Transcript of Taxables – Single Freemen – Tax: 15.0
p.17 – Stewart & Guthery – 1773 Colerain, Bedford – Transcript of Taxables – Uncultivated Land – Tax: 15.0
p.21 – Guthery, William – 1773 Armstrong, Bedford – Transcript of Taxables – Tax: 2.0
p.49 – Guthery, John – Springhill, Bedford – Transcript of Taxables – Inmates – Tax: 1.0
p.68 – Stewart & Guthery 1774 Colerain, Bedford – Transcript of Taxables – Uncultivated Land – Tax: 15.0
p.82 – Guthery, Daniel – 1774 Hopewell, Bedford – Transcript of Taxables – Inmates – Tax: 11
p.82 – Guthery, Hugh – 1774 Hopewell, Bedford – Transcript of Taxables – Inmates – Tax: 11
p.91 – Stuart & Guthery – 1775 Colerain, Bedford – Transcript of Taxables – Uncultivated Land – Tax: 15.0
p.99 – Guthery, John – 1775 Bethel, Bedford – Transcript of Taxables – Tax: 9.6
p.140 – Stewart & Guthery – 1776 Colerain, Bedford – Transcript of Taxables – Uncultivated Land Tax: 15.0
p.145 – Guthery, John – 1776 Bethel, Bedford – Transcript of Taxables – Uncultivated Land Tax: 5.11, Provincial Tax: 2.11
p.149 – Guthery, Dan’l – 1776 Hopewell, Bedford – Transcript of Taxables – Uncultivated Land Tax: 6.11-1/2, Provincial Tax: 2.5
p.150 – Guthery, Hugh – 1776 Hopewell, Bedford – Transcript of Taxables – Provincial Tax: 1.6
p.176 – Guthrie, Daniel – 1776 Hopewell, Bedford – Return of Property – 50 Acres, 2 Horses, 2 Cattle, 0 Sheep
p.178 – Guthrie, Hugh – 1776 Hopewell, Bedford – Return of Property – 0 acres, 2 Horses, 4 Cattle, 0 Sheep
p.183 – Guthrie, John – 1779 Bethel, Bedford – Return of Property – 150 Acres, 2 Horses, 2 Cattle, 5 Sheep
p.225 – Guthery, Daniel – 1783 Hopewell, Bedford – Supply Tax – 100 Acres, 2 Horses, 2 Cattle, 0 Sheep, Tax: 1.3.7
p.225 – Guthery, Hugh – 1783 Hopewell, Bedford – Supply Tax – 400 Acres, 2 Horses, 0 Cattle, 0 Sheep, Tax: 4.17.6
p.261 – Stewart & Guthery – 1783 Providence, Bedford – Supply Tax – Non-Residents: 228 Acres, Tax: 1.2.6
p.304 – Guthery, Daniel – 1784 Hopewell, Bedford – Return of Lands – 0 Acres, 1 Dwelling House, 8 Whites, 0 Blacks
p.304 – Guthery, Hugh – 1784 Hopewell, Bedford – Return of Lands – 400 Acres, 1 Dwelling House, 6 Whites, 0 Blacks
p.328 – Guthery, George – 1788 Huntingdon, Huntingdon – Taxable Property – 0 Acres, 1 Horse, 0 Cattle, Tax: 1.10
p.355 – Guthery, Hugh – 1788 Hopewell, Huntingdon – Taxable Property – 120 Acres, 2 Horses, 1 Cattle, Tax: 9.2
p.395 – Guthrie, Alex’r – 1783 Derry, Westmoreland – Transcript of Property – 100 Acres, 0 Horses, 0 Cattle, 0 Sheep
p.395 – Guthrie, Wm – 1783 Derry, Westmoreland – Transcript of Property – 300 Acres, 2 Horses, 2 Cattle, 0 Sheep
p.432 – Guthrie, Jn’o Esqr – 1783 Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland – Transcript of Property – 0 Acres, 1 Horse, 2 Cattle, 0 Sheep
p.432 – Guthrie, Ja’s – 1783 Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland – Transcript of Property – 100 Acres, 2 Horses, 2 Cattle, 0 Sheep
p.432 – Guthrie, Ja’s, Sen’r – 1783 Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland – Transcript of Property – 0 210 Acres, 2 Horses, 2 Cattle, 0 Sheep
p.433 – Guthry, Jn’o Jun’r, single – 1783 Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland – Transcript of Property – 0 Acres, 1 Horse, 0 Cattle, 0 Sheep
p.433 – Guthrie, Wm, Cap., single – 1783 Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland – Transcript of Property – 0 Acres, 0 Horses, 0 Cattle, 0 Sheep
p.507 – Guthrie, Jn’o – 1786 Hempfield (North District), Westmoreland – Return of State Tax – Tax: 2.6
p.507 – Guthrie, Wm, single – 1786 Hempfield (North District), Westmoreland – Return of State Tax – Tax: 18.3
p.514 – Guthrie, Wm – 1786 Hempfield (South District), Westmoreland – Return of State Tax – Tax: 1.6
p.521 – Guthrie, James – 1786 Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland – Return of State Tax – Tax: 2.7
p.521 – Guthrie, Ja’s Sen’r – 1786 Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland – Return of State Tax – Tax: 4.2
p.521 – Guthrie, Jn’o – 1786 Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland – Return of State Tax – Tax: 4.0
p.521 – Guthrie, Wm – 1786 Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland – Return of State Tax – Tax: 4
p.529 – Guthrie, A’ex’r – 1786 Derry, Westmoreland – Return of State Tax – Tax: 2.9
p.529 – Guthrie, Wm – 1786 Derry, Westmoreland – Return of State Tax – Tax: 8.6
p.715 – Guthrie, Robert – 1781 Cecil, Washington – Effective Supply Tax – 360 Acres, 2 Horses, 3 Cattle, 4 Sheep, Value: 202
p.719 – Gutherie, James – 1781 Cecil, Washington – Effective Supply Tax – Single Men – 0 Acres, 1 Horse, 0 Cattle, 0 Sheep, Value: 6
p.731 – Guttery, John – 1781 Fallowfield, Washington – Effective Supply Tax – 0 Acres, 3 Horses, 2 Cattle, 0 Sheep, Value: 24
p.737 – Guttery, John – 1781 Greene, Washington – Effective Supply Tax – 300 Acres, 2 Horses, 2 Cattle, 3 Sheep, Value: 83

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 23:
Muster Rolls of the Navy & Line, Militia & Rangers, 1775-1783; Pensioners, 1818-1832
p.214 – Guthrie, John, Adjt – Rangers on the Frontiers 1778-1783 – Westmoreland County
p.231 – Guthrie, Wm, Capt. – Rangers on the Frontiers 1778-1783 – Westmoreland County
p.231 – Guthrie, Wm, Capt. – Rangers on the Frontiers 1778-1783 – Westmoreland County
p.231 – Guthrie, Wm, Capt. – Rangers on the Frontiers 1778-1783 – Westmoreland County
p.235 – Gutrey, John – Rangers on the Frontiers 1778-1783 – Bedford County
p.239 – Guthery, Daniel – Rangers on the Frontiers 1778-1783 – Bedford County
p.310 – Guttery, Robert – Rangers on the Frontiers 1778-1783 – Gideon Long’s Company – Westmoreland
p.315 – Guthery, Wm. – Rangers on the Frontiers 1778-1783 – William Love’s Company – Westmoreland
p.334 – Guthery, Wm. – Rangers on the Frontiers 1778-1783 – John McClelland’s Company – Westmoreland
p.338 – Guthrie, William, captain – Rangers on the Frontiers 1778-1783 – Westmoreland County – Wm Guthrie’s Rangers Comp – Wm. Guthrie, Capt., incl. 50 rangers
p.371 – Guttry, William, private – Capt Samuel Kennedy’s Company – 7th PA Regt – 1780
p.485 – Guthrie, Robt., private – PA Pensioners: Philadelphia County – private, 1st Regt. Inf., March 27, 1817; d. Nov 27, 1829
p.518 – Guthrie, Wm., private – PA Pensioners: Westmoreland County, P.L., June 9, 1819; 84; d. Aug 1, 1829.
p.560 – Guthery, Wm., private – Henry County, KY: PA Pensioners, P.L., Sept 29, 1819; 87; d. March 10, 1823
p.580 – Guthery, John, private – Pike County, OH: PA Pensioners, P.L., July 23, 1823; 90
p.658 – Guttery, James, private – Cumberland County Militia 1779 – Capt James Young’s Co
p.824 – Guthrie, Captain William, Company of, Page 338 (Index)

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 24:
Warrantees of Land in the Several Counties of the State of PA, 1730-1898, Volume I
p.75 – Guthrey, John – Chester – 200 Acres – Date of Survey: 3 May 1737
p.76 – Gutry, Adam – Chester – 100 Acres – Date of Survey: 14 Mar 1759
p.76 – Guthry, James – Chester – 120 Acres – Date of Survey: 15 Aug 1765
p.76 – Guthrey, John – Chester – 10 Acres – Date of Survey: 13 Mar 1749
p.76 – Guthrie, John & Als. – Chester – 20 Acres – Date of Survey: 28 Mar 1754 
p.416 – Guthry, John – Lancaster – 50 Acres – Date of Survey: 9 May 1745
p.416 –  Guttery, John – Lancaster – 150 Acres – Date of Survey: 29 Oct 1743
p.420 – Guthry, Francis – Lancaster – 20 Acres – Date of Survey: 5 Apr 1753
p.420 – Guthry, John – Lancaster – 73 Acres – Date of Survey: 12 Jun 1753
p.420 – Guthry, John – Lancaster – 20 Acres – Date of Survey: 20 May 1756
p.421 – Guth, Daniel -Lancaster – 70 Acres – Date of Survey: 17 Jun 1766
p.678 – Guthrie, Robert – Cumberland – 100 Acres – Date of Survey: 10 Jun 1762
p.678 – Guthry, Robert – Cumberland – 200 Acres – Date of Survey: 8 Feb 1763
p.679 – Guthry, James – Cumberland – 100 Acres – Date of Survey: 3 Jun 1763
p.679 – Guthry, James – Cumberland – 50 Acres – Date of Survey: 28 Apr 1767

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 25:
Warrantees of Land in the Several Counties of the State of PA, 1730-1898, Volume II
p.19 – Guthrie, Robert – Franklin County – 400 Acres – Date of Survey: 19 Mar 1794
p.520 – Guthrie, Alexander – Bedford County – 150 Acres – Date of Survey: 12 Feb 1772
p.521 – Guthrie, John – Bedford County – 178 Acres – Date of Survey: 27 Dec 1774

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 26:
Warrantees of Land in the Several Counties of the State of PA, 1730-1898, Volume III
p.384 – Guthrie, J.W., xs – Clarion – 410 Acres – Date of Survey: 26 Mar 1847
p.384 – Guthrie, J.W., xs – Clarion – 110 Acres – Date of Survey: 19 Apr 1847
p.435 – Guthrie, Wm – Westmoreland – 300 Acres – Date of Survey: 8 Nov 1784
p.435 – Guthrie, John – Westmoreland – 300 Acres – Date of Survey: 8 Nov 1784
p.435 – Guthrie, James – Westmoreland – 100 Acres – Date of Survey: 7 Mar 1785
p.435 – Guthrie, William – Westmoreland – 100 Acres – Date of Survey: 10 Mar 1785
p.436 – Guthrie, William – Westmoreland – 200 Acres – Date of Survey: 6 Nov 1786
p.436 – Guthry, James – Westmoreland – 165.40 Acres – Date of Survey: 6 Mar 1787
p.436 – Guthrie, Wm., and John Pomeroy (in trust) – 50 Acres – Date of Survey: 12 Sep 1787
p.436 – Guthery, James – Westmoreland – 400 Acres – Date of Survey: 28 Mar 1788
p.436 – Guthrie, William – Westmoreland – 50 Acres – Date of Survey: 29 May 1790
p.436 – Guthrey, James Sen’r – Westmoreland – 320.139 Acres – Date of Survey: 7 Sep 1791
p.436 – Guthrie, James – Westmoreland – 300 Acres – Date of Survey: 3 April 1793 
p.438 – Guthry, William – Westmoreland – 307.127 Acres – Date of Survey: 25 Feb 1799
p.438 – Guthrie, Jas., Esq – Westmoreland – 310 Acres – Date of Survey: 10 Feb 1800
p.438 – Guthrie, James – Westmoreland – 275.103 Acres – Date of Survey: 20 Mar 1802
p.438 – Guthrie, Jas. & Matt’w Callan – Westmoreland – 50 Acres – Date of Survey: 11 Apr 1825
p.438 – Guthrie, James – Westmoreland – 400 Acres – Date of Survey: 6 Apr 1825
p.439 – Guthrie, Wm & Sam’l Hill, & c. – 50 Acres – Date of Survey: 30 Mar 1829
p.560 – Guthery, Robert – Washington – 400 Acres – Date of Survey: 9 Feb 1785
p.562 – Guthry, John, & wife – Washington – 321 Acres – Date of Survey: 17 Apr 1792
p.631 – Guthrie, Jacob, in trust (Archibald Guthrie heirs) – Greene – 30 Acres – Date of Survey: 13 Mar 1849
p.649 – Guthrie, Alexander – Armstrong – 400 Acres – Date of Survey: 15 Feb 1814
p.649 – Guthrie, James W – Armstrong – 400 Acres – Date of Survey: 4 July 1836
p.649 – Guthrie, James W – Armstrong – 400 Acres – Date of Survey: 4 July 1836
p.649 – Guthrie, James W – Armstrong – 400 Acres – Date of Survey: 4 July 1836
p.649 – Guthrie, James W – Armstrong – 400 Acres – Date of Survey: 20 Sep 1836
p.649 – Guthrie, James W – Armstrong – 350 Acres – Date of Survey: 9 Dec 1836
p.650 – Guthrie, James W, xs – Armstrong – 125 Acres – Date of Survey: 12 Mar 1839

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 27:
A Book of Indexes to Earlier Parts of the Series, Including Volumes XO-XXVI, A-CO
– No Guthrie Entries

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 28:
General Index to Volumes XI-XXVI, CO-JU
– Guthrie Entries Indexed on pp.512 – 513

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 29:
General Index to Volumes XI-XXVI, KA-RE
– No Guthrie Entries

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 3 VOLUME 30:
General Index to Volumes XI-XXVI, RE-ZY
– No Guthrie Entries

ARCHIVES SERIES IV

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PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 4 VOLUME 1:
Papers of the Governors, 1681-1747
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 4 VOLUME 2:
Papers of the Governors, 1747-1759
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 4 VOLUME 3:
Papers of the Governors, 1759-1785
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 4 VOLUME 4:
Papers of the Governors, 1785-1817
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 4 VOLUME 5:
Papers of the Governors, 1817-1832
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 4 VOLUME 6:
Papers of the Governors, 1832-1845
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 4 VOLUME 7:
Papers of the Governors, 1845-1858
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 4 VOLUME 8:
Papers of the Governors, 1858-1871
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 4 VOLUME 9:
Papers of the Governors, 1871-1883
p.118 – Guthrie, John B – Proclamation of the Election of Delegated to the Constitutional Convention, 1872 (Starting on pp.114) From the 23d Senatorial District composed of the county of Allegheny… (includes) John B Guthrie.
p.589 – Guthrie, Colonel – Papers of Gov. John Frederick Hartranft – The July Riot
p.624 – Guthrie, John B (Co-Signatory) – Pittsburgh, 24 July 1877 – Letter to Governor Hartranft

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 4 VOLUME 10:
Papers of the Governors, 1883-1891
p.16 – Guthrie, Presly N. – Gov Robert E Pattison Nominates for Adjutant General – 16 Jan 1883

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 4 VOLUME 11:
Papers of the Governors, 1891-1897
p.434 – Guthrie, George W. – Commissioned to select a site for and erect a State Institution for feeble-minded children in Pennsylvania as provided by the Act of 3 Jun 1893. One of the “representative citizens of well-known ability, integrity, and good judgment” Gov Robert Emory Pattison appointed.
p.482 – Guthrie, George W. – Official nomination as a commissioner for above. George W. Guthrie, Pittsburgh, Allegheny county, June 5, 1893.
p.524 – Guthrie, George W. – commissioners named again. Gov. Daniel Hartman Hastings.
p.549 – Guthrie, George W. – Now 14 Mar 1895, George W Guthrie, renominated June 5, 1893.

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 4 VOLUME 12:
Papers of the Governors, 1897-1902
– Index of other volumes only, Guthrie entries above

ARCHIVES SERIES V

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PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 5 VOLUME 1:
Officers and Soldiers in the service of the Province of Pennsylvania 1744-1765 pp.1-368
p.37 – Guthrie, James – 7 Aug 1755 – Inhabitants of Cumberland Co. Petition for Arms/Ammo
p.126 – Guttrey, Samuel, private, enlisted by Capt. John Singleton bet. 1 May – 8 May 1758
p.285 – Guthry, John, sergeants, 24, born County Down, Ireland, May 19, weaver, enlisted by Capt. John Haslet, May 20, 1759
p.305 – Guttrie, Archibald, Capt. Armstrong’s Company

No Guthrie Entries Found for Following Sections:
Indian Traders 1743-1775 pp.369-379
Ships Registers pp.380-381
Letters of Marque pp.382
Mediterranean Passes pp.383
Ship Registers 1762-1776 pp.384-414
Muster Rolls of the Pennsylvania Navy 1776-1779 pp.415-610
Letters of Marque 1778-1782 pp.611-660

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 5 VOLUME 2:
Col. William Thompson’s Battalion of Riflemen – 25 Jun 1775 to 1 July 1776, pp.1-46
Appointment of Battalion Officers – October 1775 – pp.47-54
First Pennsylvania Battalion – Col. John Philip De Haas – 27 Oct 1775-13 Nov 1776, pp.55-78
Second Pennsylvania Battalion – Col Arthur St Clair – Jan 1776 – Jan 1777, pp.79-120
Third Pennsylvania Battalion – Col John Shee – 5 Jan 1776 – 3 Jan 1777, pp.121-124
Fourth Pennsylvania Battalion – Col Anthony Wayne – 3 Jan 1776-24 Jan 1777, pp.135-162
Fifth Pennsylvania Battalion – Col Robert Magaw – 3 Jan 1776 – 3 Jan 1777, pp.163-192
Sixth Pennsylvania Battalion – Col William Irvine – 9 Jan 1776-20 Mar 1777, pp.193-248

– No Guthrie Entries Found for Sections Above

Pennsylvania Rifle Regiment – Col Samuel Miles – 6 Mar 1776, pp. 249-464
p.251 – Guthery, Wm, Date of Enlistment 27 May 1777 – Roll of 7th PA Regt.
p.368 – Guthery, Archibald, killed August 1779 – 8th PA Regt.
p.392 – Guthry, John, private, missing since the battle 27 Aug 1776, Capt Joseph Erwin’s Company (also missing is Joseph Brownlee)
p.393 – Guthry, William, private, missing since the battle 27 Aug, 1776, Capt. Joseph Erwin’s Company
p.395 – Guthry, John, private, missing, Capt. Joseph Erwin’s Company, Comm. by Col Saml Miles, Encamped near King’s Bridge 4 Sep 1776
p.395 – Guthry, William, private, missing, Capt. Joseph Erwin’s Company, Comm. by Col Saml Miles, Encamped near King’s Bridge 4 Sep 1776

The Musketry Battalion – Col Samuel J Atlee – 6 Mar 1776, pp.465-510
p.476 – Guthrie, John, private, missing since 27 Aug 1776 – Capt Francis Murray’s Company
p.478 – Guthrie, John, private, missing since 27 Aug 1776 – Capt. Francis Murray’s Company Commanded late by Col Sam’l J Atlee Esq, now by Col. Daniel Broadhead Esq, at Camp near King’s Bridge in West Chester.

The State Regiment of Foot – Cols. John Bull, Walter Stewart – 1777, pp.511-558
p.551 – Guthry, William, private, roll of Capt James Carnahan’s Company 1 Mar 1777-1 May 1777. Mustered at Red Bank, 9 May 1777
p.552 – Guthry, William, private, Roll of Capt James Carnahan’s Company, Comm Major Lewis Farmor Esqr now stationed at Red Bank for 1777.

No Guthrie Entries Found for Following Sections:
The Pennsylvania Line from 1 July 1776 to 3 Nov 1783, pp.559-568
General Officers Pennsylvania Line, pp.569-592
State of the Pennsylvania Line – 1780, pp.593-602
The Pennsylvania Line, pp.603-606
Continental Line. First Pennsylvania – 1 July 1776-3 Nov 1783 – pp.607-786

Second Pennsylvania Regiment – 1777, pp.787-856
p.812 – Guttery, Darby, sick, Valley Forge, Capt. Samuel Tolbert’s Company, Commanded by Col. W Stewart, 9 Sep 1778.

No Guthrie Entries Found for Following Sections:
Second Pennsylvania Regiment – 1783, pp.857-928
Third Pennsylvania Regiment – 1778, pp.929-952
Third Pennsylvania Regiment – 1780, pp.953-1022
Continental Line. Fourth Pennsylvania – 1 Jan 1777 – 3 Nov 1783, pp.1023-1104

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 5 VOLUME 3:
Continental Line. Fifth Pennsylvania. 1 Jan 1777 – 1 Jan 1783, pp.1-110
p.77 – Guthart, Henry, corporal, 5th PA Regt.

Sixth Pennsylvania Regiment – 1777, pp.111-196
– No Guthrie Entries Found

Seventh Pennsylvania. 1 Jan 1777 – 17 Jan 1783, pp.197-302
p.215 – Guthrey, William, private – 7th PA Reg – Capt Saml Kennedy’s Company
p.244 – Guthrie, William, private – 7th PA Reg – Capt Saml Kennedy’s Company
p.266 – Guttry, Wm, private, Muster Roll Capt Sam’l Kennedy’s Company, Sep/Oct 1780
p.274 – Guttry, William, private, Muster Roll Capt Saml Kennedy’s Company Sep/Oct 1780
p,284 – Guthrie, William, private, 27 May 177-1781; died 1 Aug 1829, in Westmoreland County, aged eighty-four. 7th PA Regt.
p.292 – Guthrie, William, private, Capt William Alexander’s Company – 7th Regt, Comm Wm Irvine, Sep 9 1778.

Eighth Pennsylvania. 20 July 1776 – 17 Jan 1783, pp.303-376
p.316 – Guthrie, James, 2nd Lieutenant, 9 Aug 1776, 8th PA Regt
p.317 – Guthrie, John, Ensign, appointed 21 Dec 1778; attached to Morgan’s rifle command, 1777-1778; residing in Lexington, KY in 1822
p.323 – Guthrie, James, 2nd Lieutenant, 9 Aug 1776, 8th PA Regt, Col Daniel Broadhead
p.341 – Guthrie, John, Ensign, appointed 21 Dec 1778, 8th PA Reg.

No Guthrie Entries Found for Following Sections:
Ninth Pennsylvania. 25 Oct 1776 – 17 Jan 1781, pp.377-476
Tenth Pennsylvania Regiment – 1777, pp.477-584
Eleventh Pennsylvania Regiment aka ‘Old Eleventh’ – 24 Oct 1776 – 1 July 1778, pp.585-628
The New Eleventh Lt Col Adam Hubley Jr, Commandant – 1779 – 1781, pp.629-676
Twelfth Pennsylvania Regiment – 1777, pp.677-688
Thirteenth Pennsylvania. 12 Nov 1777 – 1 July 1778, pp.689-734
Additional Regiment. Col Thomas Hartley’s. 11 Jan 1777 – 13 Jan 1779, pp. 735-754
Additional Regiment. Col. John Patton’s 11 Jan 1777 – 13 Jan 1770, pp. 755-762
Pennsylvanian’s in Col. Hazen’s Regiment “Congress’ Own” 1776-1783, pp.763-782
The German Regiment. 12 July 1776 – 1 Jan 1781, pp.783-832

PA Regiment of Cavalry. Col. Stephen Moylan. 1777-1783, pp.833-852
p.836 – Guthrey, George, Lieutenant, resided in Huntingdon County in 1792
p.842 – Guthery, George, Lieutenant – Officers of the 4th Regt of Dragoons

No Guthrie Entries Found for Following Sections:
Armand’s First Partisan Legion 1777-1783, pp.853-882
Pulaski’s Legion. 178-1783, pp.883-888
Lee’s Partisan Corps. 1778-1783, pp.889-892
The Corps of Count von Ottendorff, 1776-1780, pp.893-914

Provost Guard. Von Heer’s Light Dragoons. 1 Jun 1778 – 3 Nov 1783, pp. 915-930
Commander-in-Chief’s Guard. 1776-1783, pp.931-940
Pennsylvania Artillery. 21 Oct 1775 – 27 Oct 1776, p941-958

Fourth Regiment of Artillery. 6 Feb 1777 – 3 Nov 1783, pp.959-1060
p.1018 – Guthrie, George, private, resided in Huntingdon county, 1792.

No Guthrie Entries Found for Following Sections:
Independent Company of Artillery. 177-1780, pp.1061-1081
Artillery Artificers. 177-1783, pp.1082-1142

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 5 VOLUME 4:
The Invalid Regiment – Col Lewis Nicola – 20 Jun 1777-1783, pp.1-104
– No Guthrie Entries Found

Soldiers Who Received Depreciation Pay, pp.105-496
p.143 – Guteheart, Henry, corporal
p.152 – Gutrum, James, private
p.158 – Guthrey, William, private
p.162 – Guthry, Arch., private,
(pd. Rebecca, widow of)
p.240 – Guthery, Daniel, private
p.240 – Guthery, John, private
p.240 – Gutry, John, private
p.402 – Guthrage, James, private
p.402 – Guttery, Robert, private
p.439 – Guthery, William, private
p.439 – Guthrie, John, adjutant
p.439 – Guthrie, William, captain
p.491 – Gutherie, (Ranging Company)
p.491 – Guthrie, John
p.710 – Gudridge, James, private
p.710 – Guthrage, James, private


Abstracts of Pension Applications, pp.497-596
p.558 – Gutherie, William of Washington Township – Pension Appl. Abstract.
p.591 – Gutherie, Sam. – Mentioned in Pension Appl. Abstract of Bernard McGuire
p.592 – Gutherie, Samuel – Mentioned in Pension Appl. abstract of Philip Peter

Soldiers of the Revolution, pp.597-778
p.605 – Guthery, Daniel, private
p.605 – Gutrey, John private
p.743 – Guthrie, John, adjutant
p.743 – Guthrie, Wm., captain
p.743 – Guthrie, William, private


No Guthrie Entries Found for Following Sections:
Enlistments Under Major James Moore, pp.779-836
Enlistment Papers for 1785 – Lt Col Josiah Harmer, pp.837-848

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 5 VOLUME 5:
Associators and Militia Pennsylvania
p.24 – Guthrey, Wm., private – Westmoreland 1st BN
p.96 – Gutery, Daniel, private – Undesignated Militia – Bedford County
p.100 – Guthrey, John, Remarks serv’d personally – Capt James McKinney’s Company
p.103 – Gutery, Daniel, private, Receipts and Payments: 15.0.0
p.140 – Guthart, William, private, Berks County Militia
p.142 – Guthart, William, private, Berks County Militia 1778, Capt Dan’l De Turck’s Co.
p.146 – Gutehart, William, payroll, Capt. De Turck’s Co.
p.324 – Guttaray, William. private, Capt. Robert Elton, 3 Oct 1781 marched to New Town in Bucks County
p.483 – Guthrey, Wm., private 5th Class, Capt. Lockhart’s Company
p.487 – Guthrey, William, private, Chester Co., 5th Class, Capt. Lockhart’s Company
p.490 – Guteney, James, Return of 4th Company, 1st Chester BN, 20 May 1782

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 5 VOLUME 6:
Associators and Militia of the County of Cumberland
p.78 – Guthry, John, private, 1st BN, 7th Class, Capt John Rea, 3 Aug 1780
p.106 – Guthrey, John, private, (sickly) 1st BN, 2nd Company, 7th Class, Capt John Rea, 21 May 1781
p.160 – Guthrie, John, private, 2nd BN 3rd Class, Capt Wm Donaldson, Oct 1777
p.198 – Guttery, Geo., private, 7th Class, Capt John Caruther’s Company, 11 sep 1781
p.199 – Guthrie, John, private, 2nd BN, Capt Asa Hills Company
p.205 – Guthrie, Thomas, private, 3rd BN, 1st Class, Capt John McTeer, July 1777
p.209 – Gutery, James, private, 3rd BN, 7th Class, March 1778
p.373 – Guthrie, James, privates, 6th BN, 4th Class, Oct 1777
p.379 – Guttrey, James, private, 6th BN, 1st Class, July 1778
p.548 – Guttery, James, private, 7th Class, Capt James Young’s Company, 8th BN, 1779
p.585 – Guthrie, John, private, 8th BN, 7th Class, Capt John Rea

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 5 VOLUME 7:
Associators and Militia of the County of Lancaster
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 5 VOLUME 8:
Associators and Militia of the Counties of Northampton & Northumberland
– No Guthrie Entries Found

ARCHIVES SERIES VI

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PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 1:
Muster Rolls Relating to the Associators and Militia
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 2:
Muster Rolls Relating to the Associators and Militia
p.18 – Guthrey, John, Captain, Washington Co. Capt. John Guthrey’s Class Roll
p.47 – Guthrie, Adam, private, Return of 6th Class Washington Militia, 2nd BN, Capt Wm Bruce ordered to rendezvous 14 Jun 1782
p.69. Guthrie, Adam, private, Return of 5th Class Washington Militia, 2nd BN Capt. Wm Bruce ordered to rendezvous 15 Sep 1782
p.75 – Guthrey, John, Captain, Return of Officers, Washington 2nd BN, 1st Class: John Guthrey, Captn
p.77 – Gutherie, Adam, private, 6th Class, Washington Militia, Capt. Wm Bruce’s Company
p.124 – Guthrey, Robert, private Washington, 3rd BN, 2nd Class. Capt Eliazer Williamson
p.143 – Guthrie, Jams., private 7th class, 4th BN Washington Militia, Capt Thos Renkon’s Company ordered to rendezvous 14 May 1782.
p.156 – Guthry, James, private, 7th Class, Capt Miller’s Company of Militia
p.174 – Gutridge, James, 2nd Class 5th BN, Washington, 19 Mar 1782, Capt Robert Ramsey
p.199 – Guthridge, John, 5th BN Washington, Lt. Co. John Guthridge, 7 Jul 1784
p.204 – Gutrige, James, 2nd Class 5th BN Washington, Capt Robert Ramsey’s Company
p.204 – Gutrige, John, 6th Class 5th BN Washington, Capt Robert Ramsey’s Company
p.211 – Guthery, John, A return of drafts in John Guthrey’s district, Washington
p.217 – Guthrie, John, Captain, 1st BN Washington Militia – Elected Officers
p.265 – Guthrie, James, Captain, Officers in Service 1777-1779, Westmoreland
p.265 – Guthry, William, Captain, May 1779, Officers in Service 1777-1779, Westmoreland
p.269 – Guthrey, William, private, Westmoreland 1st BN, 1776, Capt Thomas Stokely, Lt Col Archibald Lochry.
p.271 – Guthery, John, Captain, Westmoreland, A List of Big Whitely District
p.305 – Gutree, John, 7th Company Court Martial Men, Westmoreland, John Gutree, Mathew Miller.
p.312 – Guthry, William, Capt., 4th Company, Return of Elections in the 1st BN Westmoreland
p.329 – Guthrie, William, Captain, Rangers now stationed at Fort Wallis Oct 7 1779, for Westmoreland, 24 May 1780
p.330 – Guthrie, John, taken prisoner; released Dec 1782; Capt. Stokely’s company.
p.332 – Guthra, Wm, Pay Roll Capt Thomas Stockley’s Company Westmoreland Militia 1780
p.333 – Guthrie, Wm, Capt., Pay Roll Capt William Guthrie’s Company of Rangers Westmoreland County, Discharged 15 Jan 1781; Wm Guthrie Capt Commencing 18 May 1780
p.353 – Guthry, William, acknowledgment of pay: 1.9.5
p.399 – Gutridge, James, private, Capt Ezekiel Ross’ Company

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 3:
Militia Rolls, 1783-1790
p.439 – Gutrey, George, A list of persons subject to Militia Duty Huntingdon County 1788 (#29)
p.441 – Gutrey, Hugh, A list of persons subject to Militia Duty Huntingdon County 1778 (#168)
p.1333 – Gutry, William, private, 8th Class, Non Commissioned Officers Philadelphia County, 1783-1790
p.1367 – Guthrie, John, captain, 4th BN 2nd Company Washington Militia
p.1393 – Guthrie, John, major, 4th BN Westmoreland Militia agreeable to different elections 7 July 1789

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 4:
Military Abstracts From Executive Minutes, Vols. 1-9 Inclusive, 1790-1817
p.7 – Gutrey, George, Thurs., 3 Mar 1791 – Of George Gutrey for his pay as one of the New Levies for seven Months in the year 1780, in the federal Army amounting to twenty-one pounds seventeen shillings and six pence.
p.31 – Guthrie, John, Captain of the County of Westmoreland, 3rd Company, Appointments and Commissions. Friday, January 20th 1792.
p.256 – Guthery, John, Lieutenant Colonel Commandment. A Return of the Officers Elected in the 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade of Washington County, Militia. Monday, August 19th, 1793.
p.257 – Guthery, William, Ensign, Class 1, A Return of the Officers Elected in the 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade of Washington County, Militia. Monday, August 19th, 1793.
p.257 – Guthery, William, Ensign, Class 2, A Return of the Officers Elected in the 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade of Washington County, Militia. Monday, August 19th, 1793.
p.422 – Guthery, William, Ensign, Return of Chester County Militia of Brigade Election Results and Officers Commissioned. Friday, July 11, 1794. 4th Regiment, 1st Company, Ensign. William Guthery.
p.604 – Guthrie, George, Captain, Huntingdon County Militia Return of Elected Officers, Thursday, Feb 8th, 1798. 2nd Battalion, 1st Company, George Guthrie elected Captain, 14th Oct 1797.
p.703 – Guthrie, William B., Captain, Volunteer Company called the Franklin Blues. A return of elections in the Franklin County Militia, Monday, 3 Dec 1798.
p.752 – Guthrie, George, Brigade Inspector of the 2nd Brigade in the 10th Division composed of the Counties of Mifflin (including Centre County) and Huntingdon. Commissioned Friday, 25 Apr 1800.
p.762 – Guthrie, George – Governor receives Guthrie’s resignation as Brigade Inspector.
p.763 – Guthrie, George – William Henderson to be Brigade Inspector replacing George Guthrie, whose commission has been superseded and annulled. Tuesday, 15 Oct 1805.

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 5:
Muster and Pay Rolls, Pennsylvania Militia, 1790-1800
p.160 – Guthery, William, 14 Jun 1794. Duly elected Ensign of 1st Company 4th Regiment of Chester County Militia, 1794
p.172 – Guthrie, William, (#86) Names of Every Free Able-Bodied White Male Citizen of 18 and under 45 Residing within the bounds of the 1st Battalion of Cumberland County Militia. 4 Feb 1793
p.173 – Guthrie, Robert, (#171) Names of Every Free Able-Bodied White Male Citizen of 18 and under 45 Residing within the bounds of the 1st Battalion of Cumberland County Militia. 4 Feb 1793 
p.613 – Gutherie, Archible, private, Ranger, Westmoreland Cap Wm Crawford 3Apr-12Dec 1793
p.613 – Gutherie, John, private, Ranger, Westmoreland, Capt Wm Crawford, 3Apr – 12Dec 1793
p.617 – Guthree, William, Ranger, Westmoreland Cap Wm Crawford 7May-12Dec 1793
p.647 – Guthrey, Alex’r, Received Pay, Westmoreland Militia Tour of Duty. Entered 31 Mar 1793. Discharged. 3 Jun 1791. $6.36
p.679 – Guthrey, Wm, Rec’d Pay Westmoreland Militia Tour of Duty. Entry 22 Sep 1792. Discharged 20 Nov 1792. $6.70
p.688 – Guthrie, Ja’s, Rec’d Pay Westmoreland Militia Tour of Duty, Entry 22 Sep 1792, Discharged 28 Nov 1792. $6.70
p.787 – Guthrie, John, Rec’d oaths of soldiers of Capt William Hills Company of Militia 4th Regt of Westmoreland after their receipt of pay.

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 6:
Various Pennsylvania Church Records
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 7:
War 1812-1814
p.96 – Guthrie, David, 7th Company, 25th Regiment PA Militia, Capt. Andrew Bozorth
p.221 – Guthrie, John, detached infantry
p.731 – Guthrie, Jonathan, private, Muster Roll of a Company of PA Volunteers, Capt Calentine Giesey, Commencement of Service 8 Nov 1814. Expiration of Service Not Stated.
p.908 – Guthrie, Captain, 2nd Brigade, 15th Division to merge with that of Capt. Wallace company to form one company consisting of 81 privates. Company to be attached to cavalry commanded by captains Seely and Allen to compose one troop.

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 8:
Troops Under the Command of Col. Fenton, Col. Rees Hill, Gens. Harrison and Crook, Col. Rush and Major Wersler, and Those Who Rendezvonsed at Camp Dupont, Erie, Lancaster, Marcus Hook and York and Miscellaneous Rolls
p.97 – Gutrie, William, Pay Roll Capt William Morris’ Company from Organization to 5 Nov 1813
p.101 – Gutrie, William, private, Receipt of Pay, Cp; Rees Hills Regt. 6 Nov 1813
p.145 – Guthery, Arch’d, Captain 7th, 2nd Brigade 14th Division, Field Officers and Staff
p.149 – Guthery, Arch’d, No. 130 Regiment, Field Officers & Staff
p.153 – Guthery, Arch’d, Captain 7th, 130 Regiment, 2nd BN, Field Officers & Staff
p.157 – Guthery, Arch’d, Captain 7th, 2nd Brigade, 14th Division PA Militia
p.161 – Guthery, Arch’d, No. 130 Regiment, Field Officers & Staff 

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 9:
Miscellaneous Papers, 1812-14; Drafted Troops, 1812-14
p.238 – Guthrie, James, private, Receipt of Pay, $6.30, Capt John Wallace’s Company
p.238 – Gutherie, Alexander, Receipt of Pay, $6.30, Capt John Wallace’s Company
p.647 – Guthrie, Will’m, 23D Return of Captn. Edmond Tipton’s Company, 2nd Brigade, 11th Division at Erie PA

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 10:
Expenditures by the State of Pennsylvania on Account of the United States, 1812-14, pp.1-246
– No Guthrie Entries Found

Mexican War 1846-1847, pp.247-458
p.320 – Guthrie, James, private, company I, 2nd Reg.; enrolled Dec 30, 1846 at Pittsburg by Capt. Porter; mustered in Jan. 4, 1847 at Pittsburg by Lt HB Fields; mustered out July 20, 1848 at Pittsburg.
p.320 – Guthrie, Thos. W., 21, Private, Co.B, 1st Reg.; enrolled Dec 1846 at Pottsville by Capt. Nagle; mustered in Dec 15, 1846 at Pittsburg by Lt. Fields; discharged at Vera Cruz Apr 1847 on Surgeon’s certificate of disability.

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 11:
Election Returns
p.406 – Guthrie, William, inspector, Westmoreland County, 14 Oct 1783
p.410 – Guthrey, James, sheriff, General Election, Westmoreland, 2nd tues Oct 1788, William Perry Esq (944 votes) and James Guthrey (488 votes) were duly elected Sheriffs
p.411 – Gutrey, James, sheriff, Greenburgh General Election, Westmoreland, 13 Oct 14 Oct 1789, Sheriff Election – James Gutrey 956 votes, John Cummins 720 Votes

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 12:
Forfeited Estates; Inventories and Sales
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 13:
Forfeited Estates; Inventories and Sales
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 14:
Journals and Orderly Books and Misc.
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 15 – PART ONE:
An index to the 5th Series from “Armstrong” to “Lear”
– Guthrie and Variant Surnames Indexed pp.862 – 863

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 6 VOLUME 15 – PART TWO:
An index to the 5th Series from “Leard” to “Zwolley”

ARCHIVES SERIES VII

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PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 7 VOLUME 1:
An index to the 6th Series from “Aamnsburg” to “Dehl”

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 7 VOLUME 2:
An index to the 6th Series from “Dehl” to “Holding”
– Guthrie and Variant Surnames Indexed pp.1250 – 1251

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 7 VOLUME 3:
An index to the 6th Series from “Holdman” to “Mickley”

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 7 VOLUME 4:
An index to the 6th Series from “Mickli” to “Shafer”

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 7 VOLUME 5:
An index of the 6th Series from “Shafer” to “Zwernss”

ARCHIVES SERIES VIII

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PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 8 VOLUME 1:
Votes and Proceedings of the PA House of Representatives, 4 Dec 1682 to 11 Jun 1707
—No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 8 VOLUME 2:
Votes and Proceedings of the PA House of Representatives, 4 Dec 1682 to 11 Jun 1707
—No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 8 VOLUME 3:
Votes and Proceedings of the PA House of Representatives, 14 Oct 1726 to 22 Sep 1741
—No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 8 VOLUME 4:
Proceedings of the PA House of Representatives from 14 Oct 1741 to 11 Sep 1753; Appendix
—No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 8 VOLUME 5:
Proceedings of the PA House of Representatives from 15 Oct 1753 to 24 Sep 1756
—No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 8 VOLUME 6:
Proceedings of the PA House of Representatives from 14 Oct 1756 to 3 Jan 1764
—No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 8 VOLUME 7:
Proceedings of the PA House of Representatives from 4 Jan 1764 to 19 Oct 1770
—No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 8 VOLUME 8:
Proceedings of the PA House of Representatives from 7 Jan 1771 to 26 Sep 1776
—No Guthrie Entries Found

ARCHIVES SERIES IX

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PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 9 VOLUME 1 – PART ONE & PART TWO:
Reprinting the Minutes of the Executive Department from 1790 to 1794
p.42 – Gutrey, George, 3 March 1791, Approved for his pay as one of the New Levies for seven months in the year 1780 in the federal Army amounting to twenty one pounds seventeen shillings and six pence.
p.44 – Guthrie, Mr (James)
p.48 – Guthrey, James, Sat. March 5, 1791. On 22 Nov 1790 appointed by Supreme Executive Council to be Sheriff of Westmoreland. Sureties provided and accepted.
p.48 – Guthrey, James, Sat. March 5, 1791. William Findley reports James Guthrey prevented from attending in Philadelphia. 
p.113 – Guthrie, Mr (James), Westmoreland
p.199 – Guthrie, John – Appointed & commissioned Justice of Green District, Washington Co.
p.317 – Guthrie, John Senr appointed & commissioned by Governor as Justice of the Peace for the District of Salem Township, Westmoreland.
p.513 – Guthrie, James, Wed, 13 Feb 1793. Governor superseded the appointment of James Hamilton Esqr and appointed Mr James Guthrie to be Register for the Probate of Wills and Granting Letters of Administration and Recorder of Deeds for Westmoreland County.
p.603 – Guthrie, James, Register of Wills and Recorder of Deeds for Westmoreland. William Jack and John Baird accepted as sureties and a bond filed.
p.606 – Guthrie, James, Register of Wills and Recorder of Deeds for the County 
p.645 – Guthery, John, Lt Col Commanding the 1st Regiment, Return of Elected Officers 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade of Washington Militia
p.645 – Guthery, Wm, Ensign, 2nd Battalion, Return of Elected Officers 1st Regiment 2nd Brigade of Washington Militia
p.645 – Guthery, William, Ensign, 2nd Battalion, Return of Elected Officers 1st Regiment 2nd Brigade of Washington Militia
p.710 – Guthrie, Archibald – Tues 28 Jan 1794, Governor remitted a $30 fine upon Archibald Guthrie, convicted of Assault and Battery in the County of Westmoreland

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 9 VOLUME 2 – PART ONE & PART TWO:
Reprinting the Minutes of the Executive Department from 1794 to 1799
p.1025 – Guthrie, James, recorder of Westmoreland County, 7 Oct 1795
p.1341 – Guthrie, George, Captain, 4th Regiment, 1st Company, Elected 14 Oct 1797
p.1455 – Guthrie, William B., Capt. Mon. 3 Dec 1798, Elected & Commissioned, Franklin County

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 9 VOLUME 3:
Reprinting the Minutes of the Executive Department from 1799 to 1808
p.1588 – Guthrie, James, Westmoreland County
p.1618 – Guthrie, William, Westmoreland County
p.1634 – Guthrie, George, Brigade Inspector of 2nd Brigade 10th Division
p.1899 – Guthrie, James, Register & Recorder of Westmoreland, Tues, 1 Feb 1803
p.1947 – Guthrie, John, one share, Tues, 21 Jun 1803, Subscribers to Stock Shares in a Company to Build Turnpike Road from Downingstown, Chester to Cornwall Furnace in Dauphin to the Borough of Harrisburg.
p.1947 – Guthrie, William, one share, Tues, 21 Jun 1803, Subscribers to Stock Shares in a Company to Build Turnpike Road from Downingstown, Chester to Cornwall Furnace in Dauphin to the Borough of Harrisburg.
p.2143 – Guthrie, George, Monday 10 May 1805, The Governor this day granted pardons and remissions to the following: To George Guthrie, who was convicted of counterfeiting and forging, and sentenced to the payment of ten dollars fine, and to be imprisoned at hard labour, for the term of six months; on the 30th day of April, 1805, by the court of General Quarter sessions of the peace for the county of Huntingdon.
p.2144 – Guthrie, George, Saturday, 1 June 1805, The Governor this day received and accepted the resignation of George Guthrie, of his office of Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the second Brigade of the 10th Division composed of the counties of Huntingdon, Mifflin, and Centre.
p.2168 – Guthrie, George, Tuesday 15 Oct 1805, commission superseded and annulled
p.2217 – Guthrie, James, provided surety for Paul Morrow, prothonotary of Armstrong County, Thursday 30 Jan 1806.
p.2224 – Guthrie, James, Monday, 17 Feb 1806, provided surety for John Moore as Deputy Surveyor of Westmoreland County
p.2229 – Guthrie, James, Friday, 28 Feb 1806, provided surety for Paul Morrow as Prothonotary of Armstrong County
p.2295 – Guthrie, Samuel, Wednesday, 29 Oct 1806, provided surety for Thomas McCartney

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 9 VOLUME 4:
Reprinting the Minutes of the Executive Department from 1808 to 1812
– No Guthrie Entries Found

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 9 VOLUME 5:
Reprinting the Minutes of the Executive Department from 1812 to 1814
p.3308 – Guthrie, William, Thursday 4 Feb 1813, An act enabling a committee appointed by the Court of Common pleas of Westmoreland to sell and convey the real estate of William Guthrie, a lunatic.
p.3401 – Guthrie, John, Friday 10 Sep 1813, Building of an artificial road beginning at John Guthrie’s on the Downingston, Ephrata and Harrisburgh turnpike Road.
p.3572 – Guthrie, Samuel H., 6 Shares, Monday, 16 May 1814
p.3876 – Guthrie, Samuel, 1 share, Tuesday, 28 Jun 1814

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 9 VOLUME 6:
Reprinting the Minutes of the Executive Department from 1814 to 1818
p.4211 – Guthrie, Samuel, Friday, 13 Jan 1815, provided surety for James Montgomery, as Register and Recorder of Westmoreland County 
p.4269 – Guthrie, Samuel, Monday, 13 Mar 1815, An Act authorizing Paul Morrow and Samuel Guthrie guardians over the persons and estates of the minor Children of George Hays dec’d to sell and convey a lot of ground therein mentioned.
p.4751 – Gutry, John, two shares, Tuesday, 7 Oct 1817
p.4751 – Gutry, Thomas, one share, Tuesday, 7 Oct 1817

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 9 VOLUME 7:
Reprinting the Minutes of the Executive Department from 1818 to 1821
p.4883 – Guthrie, William B., three shares, Thursday, 12 Mar 1818
p.5050 – Guthry, William, New Alexandria Turnpike Road Company, two shares, Wednesday, 13 Jan 1819
p.5270 – Guthrie, Samuel, Wednesday, 15 Mar 1820, Appointed & commissioned as Justice of the Peace
p.5573 – Guthrie, James J, Capital Stock in the Armstrong & Indiana Turnpike Road Company, 15 shares, Thursday, 20 Sep 1821.

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 9 VOLUME 8:
Reprinting the Minutes of the Executive Department from 1 Jan 1822 to 24 Oct 1826
p.6022 – Guthrie, Robert D, Friday 5 Dec 1823, Robert D Guthrie and Alexander Officer to be Justices of the peace for Cumberland County

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 9 VOLUME 9:
Reprinting the Minutes of the Executive Department from 25 Oct 1826 to 9 Apr 1832
p.7293 – Guthrie & Bosbyshell, Danville and Pottsbille Rail Road Company, four shares, Friday 18 Feb 1831.
p.7482 – Guthrie, James (decd), Friday, 10 Feb 1832, An act authorizing the Executors of James Guthrie deceased to sell and convey certain real estate.

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES SERIES 9 VOLUME 10:
Reprinting the Minutes of the Executive Department from 9 Apr 1832 to 21 May 1838
p.8455 – Guthrie, William, Friday, 19 Jan 1838, Appointed Justice of the Peace in District 2 in Armstrong County

Pennsylvania, Published Archives Series, 1664–1902
Colonial Records and Series I, edited by Samuel Hazard, published in 1852-1856.
Series II, edited by John Blair Linn and William Henry Egle, published in 1891-18966
Series III, edited by William Henry Eagle, published in 1895-1898. Index edited by George Edward Reed, 1898.
Series IV, edited by George Edward Reed, 1900-1902
Series V, edited by Thomas Lynch Montgomery, 1906
Series VI, edited by Thomas Lynch Montgomery, 1906-1907
Series VII, edited by Thomas Lynch Montgomery, 1914
Series VIII, edited by Gertrude MacKinney, 1931-1935
Series IX, edited by Gertrude MacKinney, 1931-1935
Originally published by the Pennsylvania Archives, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

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