Ms. Aviles, I just saw your posting re "David Hiddleston, 1750 Cumberland Co. PA."An 1879 History of Mifflin County (found in Mifflin Co. Historical Society; Mifflin having once been parat of Cumberland Co.) mentions on page 57 of Vol II a "Scotch-Irish" trapper named David Huddleston who arrived along the Juniata River during the winter of 1748-49 in Tuscorora Indian hunting grounds, along with several other men.The Indians sent a delegation to Philadelphia to protest that these men were in grounds guaranteed by treaty to the Indians.A delegation was sent out to investigate, a trial was held and the men were evicted; Huddleston's cabin south of the Juniata was burned down.Huddleston was quoted as saying, "I'll leave, but I won't go to jail."The history states that nothing further was heard of David Huddleston after 1753, although several of his companions returned to the area south of the Juniata.
It's interesting that a James Heddleston (later Hudelson) also lived south of the Juniata River in Mifflin County, according to the 1790 census.The same history says James was a "Additional name for 1772" (page 750).I have no info as to whether James and David were related to each other.(Jams was my ancestor; he moved to KY in 1796.)Dave Hudelson