Armstrong, Mrs James and 2 children one named Elizabeth. Mrs Armstrong escaped to Ft Augusta 26 Jun 1757, Elizabeth delivered up at Canajoharie NY 12 Apr 1759
Braylinger, Hannah, wife of Jacob, and two children (one starved to death at Kittanning), captured near New Berlin 16 Oct. 1755
Clark, a daughter of William, captured with widow Jordan.
Everhart, Margaret, d/o George Everhart of Schuylkill Co, captured 1755, returned 1764
Grey, Mrs John and daughter Jane, 1756 Juniata Co, mother escaped a year later. In treaty of 1764 the children were returned. Mrs Grey could not identify Jane but took a little girl anyway. The girl later married a Mr Gillespie.
Hess, Peter and son Henry, Smithfield Twp Monroe Co on 1 Jan 1756, Peter was killed later, Henry was delivered up at the Easton Conference in Nov same year
Hoeth, Mary, Caroline and Catherine, captured near what is now Kresgeville, Monroe Co on 12 Dec. 1755
Jordan, a widow of Cumberland Co, captured in the fall of 1755.
Knox, Jane, captured in Big Cove. Later in life, married Hugh Martin, s/o Mrs. John Martin.
Le Roy, Jacob, brother of Marie, captured 16 Oct. 1755, went with girls to Chinklacamosse (Clearfield ) where he was left with Delaware Indians.
Le Roy, Marie, about 12 when captured near New Berlin, was taken with Barbara Leininger to Chinklacamoose (Clearfield), to Punxsutawney and finally to Kittanning; later to other Indian villages. They escaped from Muskingum on 16 Mar. 1759.
Leininger, Barbara, about 12 years old when captured near New Berlin on 16 Oct. 1755.
Leininger, Rachel (Regina), sister of Barbara.
Lick, Peter and sons William and John, captured near New Berlin 16 Oct. 1755
Martin, Mrs. John, captured at Big Cove, Huntingdon Co, 1 Nov. 1755 with these children: Mary, aged 19, Martha 12, Janet 2, James 10 and William 8, Mary Martin died at Kittanning, James, William and Martha were returned in 1764. Mrs. Martin found Janet in Canada, sailed to England, and then took ship for Philadelphia. Janet, in 1774, married John Jamison
McMullen, Daniel, captured 1755, escaped from Tioga in Sep. 1756.
Mitcheltree, Hugh, husband of Mrs Mitchelltree who was killed, captured in March 1756
Moffit, Thos, escaped from Indians at Tioga with McMullen to Ft Augusta Sep 1756
Nicholas, Joseph, Thos and Catherine 27 Jan 1756 Juniata Co
Riddle, John, s/o William, 5 July 1763, captured in Juniata Co and at the time he was restored to family about 1767 had been made an Indian brave. Lived in Walker Twp Juniata Co
Rote, George age 12 and sister Rody age 14, captured near Mifflinburg Union Co 1781. Separated but met near present Clarion and were returned together. Rody married James Ben and lived in Centre Co
Smith, James: native of Franklin Co., PA, captured near Bedford on 5 Jul. 1755, spent most of the time at Mahoning and Muskingum, went to Montreal in 1759; escaped and reached home in 1760. Was captain on Pennsylvania Line during Rev. War, promoted to Colonel in 1778. Moved to KY in 1788. Died Washington Co., KY in 1812
Weeser, Leonard & William Monroe Co Jan 1756
Wheeler, Marion; captured near New Berlin 16 Oct. 1755
Wilcox, John, 27 Jan 1756 Juniata Co
Williamson, Peter, Northampton, captured 1755, escaped a few months later
Adams, Mrs. John, and four children, Blue Hills, 1755.
Moravian Missionaries of Carbon Co., killed 24 Nov. 1755 were:
Anders, Gottlieb and Joanna, with their child, Christina.
Fabricius, George, a clerk
Lesly, John Frederick
Nitchman, Martin and Susanna
Sonseman, Anna Catherine
These missionaries were buried near Lehighton. The grave is marked by a monument. (says Susan Nitschman was captured and died in less than a year at Tioga.
Bastian, lived near New Berlin, killed 16 Oct. 1755
Bauman, John, killed Jan 1756 Northampton Co
Beslinger, (Male) killed in Berks Co. in fall of 1755.
Boomper, Christian, 15 Jan 1756 killed near Bethlehem
Bossert, Philip, Lower Smithfield Twp present Monroe Co
Brosius, Sebastian, Berks Co, fall of 1755.
Burman, Nicholas, Smithfield Twp Northampton Co 31 Dec. 1755
Candel, Rudolph, killed in Berks Co, fall of 1755.
Cola, mother and her eight year old child.
Coleman, William, killed 1 Jan. 1756 Smithfield Twp Monroe Co, then Northampton
Everhart, George and family, except Margaret who was captured in Schuylkill Co., fall of 1755.
Gotlieb, laborer, killed 1 Jan. 1756 Smithfield Twp Monroe Co then Northampton
Heil, child of Nicholas, Jan 1756 Moore Twp Northampton Co
Hoeth, Frederick, wife and four children near Gnadhutten, Northampton Co. now Monroe Co 12 Dec. 1755
Hold, Felty and Michael, 15 Jan. 1756 near Bethlehem
Hoss, Hans Adam, father of Peter Hoss, 31 Dec. 1755
Hoss, Peter, captured in Smithfield Twp Monroe Co, and killed sometime afterward
Knuckel, Laurence, 15 Jan 1756 near Bethlehem
Le Roy, Jean Jaques (alias King) father of Marie LeRoy, killed 16 Oct. 1755 near New Berlin
Leinberger, John, killed Berks Co, fall of 1755
Leininger, father of Barbara & Regina, who were captured, killed near New Berlin on 16 Oct. 1755.
Lewis, John, wife and 3 children Blue Hills 1755.
McClellan, David, Cumberland Co (now Franklin Co), 1755
McMullen, William, killed in Blue Hills, probably Nov. 1755 with his brother-in-law.
Miller, Jacob, wife and 6 children in Blue Hills, 1755.
Mitchelltree, Mrs Hugh, 27 Jan 1756 Juniata Co, her husband was in Carlisle at the time she was killed.
Ney, Michael, killed in Tulpocken neighborhood, fall of 1755.
Nicholas, Edward, 27 Jan 1756, killed at Mitcheltrees
Nicholas, Edward Sr and wife, 27 Jan 1756
Nicholason, Adam and wife killed near Ft Patterson Juniata Co Jan or Feb 1756
Shaver, Peter of Huntingdon Co, killed in Tuscarora Valley.
Sheridan, William and 12 members of his household probably Feb 1756
Snyder, Jacob, wife and 5 children in Blue Hills, near Susquehanna.
Spring, Casper, killed in Berks Co, fall 1755
Watson, James, killed in the Blue Hills, probably in Nov. 1755, with his brother-in-law Wm McMullen
Weiss, Nicholas, killed near Fenneresville, Monroe Co, Dec. 1755.
Wolf, single man who died as a result of injuries, Also a child of Jacob Wolf.