The 1786 Westmoreland County Tax list is quite revealing! Here we find the Applegate's, Peter Lanterman, and Jeremiah Nesbit; all directly connected to David/John Lindsay!
See also the "Jersey Settlement" & the Applegate pioneers!
Westmoreland County PA Archives Tax Lists - 1786 Septennial Census - Westmoreland County
Armstrong Viz 100 Rostraver` 384 North of Hempfield 157 South of Hempfield 29x Derry 211 Mount Pleasant 335 North Huntington 203 South Huntington 204 Pitt 350 Wheatfield 31 Fairfield 57 Donnegal 107 Total 2509
Rostraver Township A Applegate Benjamin Sr. Applegate Benjamin single Applegate Garrard Applegate Richard (Father of Aletta Applegate re: wife of Peter Lanterman; mother of Sophia Lanterman Lindsay) Applegate William Applegate Robert single Applegate William Do Applegate Daniel Applegate Jonathon single Applegate Samuel Applegate James
L Little Samuel (Later found in Fleming County, KY and went to Sangamon County, Illinois with the Lantermans and John Lindsay.)
Lowry John Linn John Lane James Lowry Stephen Lemon Thomas Lemon Henry Lemon Samuel single Larjeant Nelson Do Lappin Elizabeth Lemon Joseph Lanterman Peter (Father of Sophia Lanterman Lindsay)
Larimore Samuel single Long Benjamin
South District of Huntington
L Lindsey Hezekiah (Reported brother of David Lindsay, apparently untrue!) Long William Latta Ephraim Light Jonathon Logan Thomas Latta William Sr. Light Peter Loughhead Joseph Latta William Lewis Ezekiel Leonard James Lodge Benjamin Lattimore George
N Neely Mathew Newell Margaret Nesbit William Nesbit Jeremiah (Signed Ruddle's Mill Petition with David Lindsay) Norris George See Nyman Harman Newell Hugh Hugh Newell reportedly married Elizabeth McNay; had 10 children; Son William married Isabel Lindsay;
in 1799 at Harrison County, KY. [See] Newell Robert
We can see that Peter Lanterman is found in Westmoreland County as early as 1782:
The Pennsylvania State Archives published 10 series of historical records (138 volumes) covering the initial colonial settlement through the Civil War. Series: Series 6 Volume: II Chapter: Battalions Not Stated Westmoreland County Militia. Page: 344
The Pennsylvania State Archives published 10 series of historical records (138 volumes) covering the initial colonial settlement through the Civil War. Series: Series 3 Volume: XXII Chapter: Transcript of Property with Number of Inhabitants in the County of Westmoreland, 1783. Page: 375