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[NI058733] Pocket watch for 25 yrs insurance salesman for Western & Southern Life Insurance Co.

[NI058737] May Have been raised by William and Mary Stephenson.

[NI058745] 36 K Ohio Infantry entered 8/10/1861 shot in right arm 9/19/1864 at the battle of Opequan, VA Wooden leg from Civil War. Minnie ball Injury at Antetum. Mustered out 7/27/1867 as a Corporal They had to transfer casket to a wagon to go up a steep hill. Wore his hat till he went to bed. Hung on bed post. Put back on 1st thing in am.

[NI058751] Hillegas-Spelled:Hilldegrass,Hillingas,Hilligasz,Hillegass, Hilligoss. Early spelling-Hildegras-meaning a grassy battle field. It is of old Gothic German origin & of great antiquity. The religious persecution of the Huguenots & Germans of Alsace/Lorraine drove the Hillegas family with others by way of Baden into the Palatinate. Where the bro.s George Peter Sr., John Fredrick & Michael Sr. emigrated to America. Michael Hillegas was b. in Philadelphia Apr 22 1729, was exceptionally well educated & became a prominent as a merchant & sugar refiner, maintaining an interest in the manufacture of iron. On May 10 1753, he m. Henrietta Boude. The descendants of Michael & Henrietta have been conspicuously identified with the history of both Philadelphia & the nation, but through a trick of fate none appears to carry on the Hillegas name. At age 21 yrs, he became the business successor of his father & one of the administrators of his father's estate. In 1762 he was appointed one of the commissioners to select a site & erect Ft Mifflin for the protection of the city of Philadelphia, member of the Fishing Co. of Ft St. Davids in 1763, 1765 was elected to the Provincial Assembly and served till 1775, mem. of the American Philosophical Society 1768, served as a vestryman of Christ Church 1772-73, after (1774) being treasurer of the Committee of Safety (Dr. Franklin, Pres.), Also in 1774 (or 1771) was a member of the board to improve navigation on the Delaware River. He was on the Committee of Observation for Philadelphia and 1775-76, appointed as Treasurer of the Continental Congress 1775. Treasurer of the Continental Congress 1776, contributed a large part of his fortune to support the American Rev., Treasurer of U.S. 1777-89, one of the first subscribers to the bank of North America (grew out of the Bank of PA) in 1781 with 4,000 lbs, In 1792, he was appointed an associate justice of the Mayor's Court, formed the Lehigh Mining Co. around 1792, partner in the Matrick Forge Co. and the PA Land Co., he was Alderman of Philadelphia from 1792 to 1804. Partner in the firm Winey & Hillegas. Was a member of the PA Committee of Safety & in 1775 was appointed this committee's treasurer and later treasurer of the United Colonies. He was treasurer of the U.S. from July 29, 1776 to Sep. 2, 1789 when the Treasury Dept. was established by Act of Congress, and he served until Sep. 11, 1789. In 1776 he was Provincial Treasurer of PA. In 1776, with his friend Joseph Parker, he was commissioned to provide for the needs of the Indians living in Philadelphia. In 1781 he was a member of the 7th co., 3rd bat. of the Philadelphia City Militia. Musician, piano & violin also a leading dealer of musical instruments in the colonies. Hillegas fostered historical research and was a musician of note, playing the flute and violin. John Adams, writing in his diary on the 28th of Nov. 1775, said, "Hillegas. . . is a great musician; talks perpetually of the forte and piano, of Handel, & songs & tunes." He was the author of of " An Easy Method for the Flute." In 1768 he became a member of the American Society for the spreading of Useful Knowledge, which in Jan., 1769, United with the American Philosophical Society. Contributed by gift or loan a large portion of his fortune to support the American Rev. He contributed largely to the support of the army during the Rev., & his credit was at General Washington's command whenever he was in need of funds. Bapt. as a member of the Reformed Church, but sometime after his marriage became a member of the Protestant Episcopal Church, & served as a vestryman of the Christ Church congregation during 1772 and 1773. Buried Next to wife (near the grave of Benjamin Franklin) Christ Church Cem. 5th & Arch streets Philadelphia.

[NI058753] Buried Christ Church 8/1/1830. Re buried Laurel Hill Cem. 11/25/1851.

[NI058756] Buried Next to her husband Christ Church Cem. 5th & Arch streets Philadelphia.
During the Rev. War, Mrs. Hillegas was one of a group of women to devote themselves to caring for soldiers, especially the sick & wounded.

[NI058763] b Jackson, OH & moved to Washington Court House, OH in 1915. Was a mem. of the Church of Christ in Jackson were she served as deaconess for several yrs.

[NI058782] Positions held as a 28 year veteran of the Rockford Police Department: Patrol Officer, traffic officer, detective, patrol sgt, youth bureau sgt, Chairman I-Search

[NI058852] He enlisted Jun 1863, in Capt. Benomi Frishmuth's Independent Artillery Co.; & Aug., 1864 in Capt. Bruce Lambert's Independent Calvary Co., PA Militia-Civil War.

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Buried in Fairmont Cem.. Coal operator and inventor, son of Charles Lawton also a coal operator in Schuylkill Co., PA and a founder and director of the United States Fire Insurance Company. His grandfather, Dr. William Lawton, was an original member of the Society of the Cincinnati. The Lawtons are direct descendants of the Mayflower Pilgrim, John Howland.

[NI058941] His ancestors were French Huguenots. He was an officer in the Amer. Rev. in the 6th PA Batt.. Ensign, 9 Jan 1776; promoted to Captain, Lewis Bush's Co. 21 June 1776; Quartermaster, 1 Aug 1776. He was a member of the Troop of Philadelphia Light Horse & in 1797 was elected a memb. of the Hiberian Society. Clerk of the Orphans' Court, City Sessions, & Mayors' Court, Philadelphia; 1795, U.S. Marshall; 1797, 1st Surveyor of the IRS of the US. Resided from 1793 to 1804 at 117 & 119 Sassafras (Race) St. Buried Christ Church Burial Ground Philadelphia, PA with his wife.

[NI058942] His & his wife's portrait by Gilbert Stuart, hang in the Metropolitan Museum.

[NI058943] 1793, Chief Clerk in the U.S. Controller's Office; 1798 Ast. Cashier Bank of the US. He was one of the founders of the Philadelphia Acad. of Fine Arts & a founder of St. Andrew's Church, Philadelphia. Portraits of Deborah & Henry Kuhl, painted by Sully.

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Unmarried.

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Unmarried.

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Unmarried.

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Unmarried.

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Civil War Veteran-Company O, 198th Regular Pennsylvania Volunteers-At Lee's surrender at Appomattox Courthouse Virginia. Enlisted first at Mt. Holly, NJ, 4 Jul 1863, for 30 days. Second enlistment, 17 Oct 1864, 198th Regiment of the Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died Unmarried.
Present at General Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House along with his cousin Francis Nichols Elder.

[NI058959] Graduated U.S. Mil. Acad., West Point, May 1861; Maj. 11th NY Reg., Known as the "Fire Zouaves",Col. Ellsworth, 1861; subsequently Lt-Col. & Col. of same reg. After the 1st Battle of Bull Run he resigned & returned to his own reg., 2nd U.S. Cav. regulars & to his rank of Lt. therein. He was severely wounded at Brandy Station; took part in Sheridans famous raid, in which the cavalry fought 19 battles in 17 days; captured at Trevilian Station, & confined in rebel prisons, at Libby (in Richmond), Salisbury, Macon & Charleston. During the war he participated in 40 battles, & received brevets in the Regular Army in all grades up to Colonel. He has been commander of Noah L. Farnham Post, No. 458 G.A.R., NY, from its organization, in Apr 1884, until now (1890).

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Francis Boude Nichols was appointed a Midshipman in the U.S. Navy, by President Madison, 18 June 1812. Was assigned, with Captain Lawerance, to the Chesapeake and was in the engagement between that frigate and the Shannon, 1 June 1813. He was severely wounded in the breast by a musket ball, which he carried to his grave. Was taken prisoner and sent to Halifax, Nova Scotia. Was paroled June 1813 and was permitted to return to the United States for exchange. Resigning his commission in the navy, he became a successful druggist and businessman in Philadelphia. Around 1820, he moved to Schuylkill Co., PA. Was appointed by Gov. Heister, Register and Recorder of Deeds, and Clerk of the Orphans Court of the Co. and Justice of the Peace. Later moved to Pottsville and became the first President of the Miner's Bank of Pottrsville. Was Chief Burgess of the Borough of Pottsville and first captain of the First Schulykill Co. Cavalry. Was a Freemason and a District Deputy Grand Master in that order. Was a senior Warden of Trinity Church Pottsville. Adopted the middle name "Boude" about 1814 probably to avoid confusion of his name with that of his father-in-law. Baptized March 18, 1795. Buried Trinity Church Cem..

[NI058975] Graduated from the U.S. Mil. Acad. in1838. 1st Lt U.S. Army, 1844. Served throughout the Mexican War as aide to gen. John A. Quitman & Assistant Adjutant Gen. under Gen. John Garland & received the brevet Maj. for bravery at Molino del Rey. He became Asst. Adj. Gen. with the rank of capt. in 1852 & Lt-Col. in 1861. During the Civil War, he was Adj.-Gen. of the Dept. of the East from June to Nov. 1861 & of the Dept. of NY in Dec.; asst. in the office of the Adj.-Gen. in Washington, D.C. in 1862-4 & became Col. & brevet Brig.-Gen. in 1864, & brevet Maj.-Gen. in 1865 for meritorious serv. during the war. At the time of his death he was Chief of Staff & Adj. Gen. of the mil. dept. of Misi. He was a member of the Society of Cincinnati & also of the Aztecs, a society organized by officers of the U.S. Army in the City of Mexico after its capture in 1847

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, Company F, 2nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Militia, 1862; Corporal, Company A, 27th regiment, Pennsylvania Emergency Militia 1863 Civil War. Past Master of Pulaski Lodge 216, A. F. A. Masons, Pottsville. At the time of his death he was a bookkeeper in the Mint of the United States, Philadelphia.

[NI058979] Freemason, a memb. of Pulaski Lodge 216, Pottsville, a memb. of the Sons of the Rev., Hiberian Society, Historical Society, & Philadelphia Club. Chief Engineer of the Philadelphia & Reading RR Co.

[NI058981] The house of his grandfather "Gideon Gilpin" was the headquarters of Lafayette during the battle of Brandywine.

[NI058997] He was a member of the Schuylkill Co. Bar. In 1850, He was appointed U.S. Consul, to Lisbon, Portugal by Pres. Millard Fillmore. He was a graduate of Kenyon College, Gambier, OH. Buried at Trinity Church Cem.





[NI059012] Graduated Dickinson College, A. B., 1843, A. M., 1846; admitted to the Bar of Schulykill Co., 1850; Cashier Miners' Nat'l Bank of Pottsville, 1870, & President, 1882. Co. F 2nd Reg., 1862, & adjutant of the 27th Reg., PA Vol. Militia, 1863 (Emergency), Civil War. Past Master of Pulaski Lodge 216, A. F. & A. Masons & District D. G. M. One of the organizers of the Benevolent Assc. of Pottsville, 1867, & its 1st Pres. for 10 yrs.

[NI059017] Co., A, 27th Reg. Regular PA Emergency Militia, 1863, Civil War; member Lincoln Post, No. 11 G.A.R., Newark, NJ; Past Master of Schuylkill Lodge, No. 138, A.F. & A. Masons, Orwigsburg, PA. He was Tax Commissioner of Newark, NJ & Pres. of the NJ State Tax Commission. Prominent in the affairs of the Reformed Episcopal Church.

[NI059048] He was chosen a memb.of the Committee of Inspection Aug 16 1775, the district under his care being from the south side of Vine St. to the north side of Arch St. He was one of the managers of the Amer. Manufactory. In the spring of 1776 he was nominated for the Assembly, but was defeated by a few votes, owing to the success of the conservative party. He was chosen a memb. of the Convention of Jul 15 1776, & by that body appointed one of the justices of the peace for the State. He served faithfully as a memb. of the Council of Safety. In 1784 he was elected to the Gen. Assembly, & in 1791 was one of the trustees of the Univ. of PA.

[NI059059] Studied Law at the Middle Temple, London. Admitted to the Bar of Philadelphia in 1808. Col. of the 42d PA Reserves in the War of 1812. Commanded this regiment in the invasion of Canada & was in the Battle of Lundy's Lane. Removed to Huntingdon Co. in 1809. Served many terms in the legislature. Afterwards Settled in Mineral Point, WI, where he passed the remainder of his life. Adjutant General of WI in 1856-8; District Attorney, IA Co. for many yrs; member of the constitutional Convention. Chief Clerk of the State Senate, 1849-50, & Attorney General 1856-58. Pres. of the WI Historical Society. Freemason of the Mineral Point Lodge, & Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of WI. He was a volumous writer with many of his works being published.

[NI059060] Graduated M.D., Univ. of PA 1832. Surgeon U.S. Volunteers 1862-6. Prisoner in Libby Rebel Prison. He was a member of the Historical Society of PA, & an active member of St. Andrews Society. He was well educated, an extensive reader, & possessed an unusually large fund of historical & other useful knowledge. His literary productions, which were numerous, were easy yet forcible in style, & rich in matter & variety. He was preeminently a kind hearted man. As a physician he answered many calls without hope of reward. He was guileless, trusting & modest

[NI059076] Life's Journey Comes to a Close Mrs J. T. Wilson, an esteemed Resident of Tyrone, PA. Just past the allotted biblical time of 3 score yrs & ten, one whose life reflects purity & love & goodness has passed away in the demise of Mrs. Henrietta Boude Wilson, w. of Dr. James Thompson Wilson, who d. at 9:45pm Sat., aged 70 yrs, 3 ms & 23 ds. For the past 3 or 4 yrs Mrs. Wilson had been in failing health, & about 3 mo.s ago the symptoms of the dread ailment, sarcoma, which was the cause of her death, manifested themselves. With most tender care it was essayed to ward off the grim visitation, & she herself was brave to the last, but about a wk ago she was obliged to take to her bed from which she was destined not to rise. The deceased was the dau. of Samuel & Henrietta Clement, & was b. in Philadelphia, PA Jun 12 1842. When she was a girl of about 5 yrs her parents removed to Huntingdon, PA where she resided until the m. to Dr. James T. Wilson of Tyrone, PA on Oct 25 1866, the ceremony being performed by Rev. A. J. Barrow, rector of the Ep. church of Bedford, PA. Thereafter Dr. & Mrs. Wilson have been residents of Tyrone being numbered among the oldest & most esteemed memb. of the comm. To them were b. 4 sons, 1 of whom, Edward, d. in infancy in 1876, & the youngest of whom Carroll Dewey, passed away Oct 17 1909, at the age of 32 yrs. The husb., with 2 sons S. Clement & George C. Wilson of Tyrone, survive to mourn the loss of their beloved wife & mother. She also leaves 2 sis.s & 1 bro., Mrs. Mary D. Scott & Ms Elizabeth T. Clement, of Brooklyn, NY & Samuel T. Clement of Huntingdon, PA, Mrs. Margaret F. Fisher, widow of Hon. Horatio G. Fisher, of Huntingdon, is the niece of the deceased.
Mrs. Wilson was descended from a distinguished ancestry. Michael Hillegas, the 1st treasurer of the US whose portrait is engraved upon the $10 gold certificates issued by the government, was her great-grandfather. Michael Hillegas was one of the foremost citizens of Philadelphia at the outbreak of the Rev. War, an iron master & prominent business man, who virtually placed his fortune as well as his valuable serv. at the command of the struggling colonies. He furnished much of the funds with which the war was prosecuted. His grand-dau. Henrietta Hillegas Anthony, who m. Samuel Clement, was Mrs. Wilson's mother. Samuel Clement was also descended from one of Philadelphia's prominent families, & his father was a leading ship-owner whose vessels plowed the waters of the world in the early days of this republic. On of these vessels Mrs. Wilson's father had many bus. voyages in the perilous times of war, & pirate depredations. Of devout temperament & character moulded by adherence to the duties & privileges of religion, as founded upon the most implicit faith in Devine mandate & promise, Mrs. Wilson's life was in conformity with the highest standard of Christian serv. She was a devoted memb. of the Protestant Ep. church to whose solemn & impressive ritual she was sincerely attached & she was one of the little band of that communion who brought about the holding of the earliest Ep. serv.s at Trinity church since its establishment here. It may truly be said that one of the noblest of Tyrone's women is about to be laid to rest, one whose life will be remembered as a benediction upon the deepest condolence of the comm. is with those for whom "the great silence" fills the place in the home, that was the place of the revered wife & mother. Funeral serv.s will be conducted at the home of the deceased, at 10:30am Tue. by Rev. Hinkle, rector of St. John's Ep. church, Huntingdon. Interment will be made at Grandview Cem., Tyrone, PA.

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Members of the Sons of the Revolution & the Society of Colonial Wars.

[NI059084] He served during the Civil War in the 1st Brig., 1st Div., 5th Corps, of the Army of the Potomac, participating in many decisive battles, notably Antietam, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Petersburg, Appomattox Courthouse, assisting in receiving the Confederate arms & colors on Apr12 1865. 20 Aug 1862, 1st Lieutenant Co., F, 118th PA Vol. Infty. 27 Oct 1863, Captain Co., G of the 118th PA Regulars, Civil War. 2 June 1864 captured at Cold Harbor (near Bethesda Church), VA; imprisoned in Libby, Richmond, VA; Macon GA; Charleston, SC (under fire of the Union artillery); & Camp Sorgham near Colombia, SC; was exchanged Dec 10 1864, prisoner until 17 Dec 1864; resigned & honorably discharged, 30 Jan 1865. A sugar broker, he was active in the formation of the 1st trusts in this country---the American Sugar Refining Co. He was a member of the Society of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion & the Sons of the Rev.
D. at his country estate, Chester Co., PA and is buried besides his wife in the Woodlands, Philadelphia.

[NI059107] Dr. James Thompson Wilson b. in Alexandria, PA. Graduated from the Univ. of PA Med. Coll. & practiced his profession for 45 yrs in Tyrone, PA, & was the inventor of the "Cloverine Salve" that he made & dispensed to his patients. The product was such a success that he started a small "back room" business with a few employees (mostly family), which grew in the next 4 generations to a 3 story stone plant employing 200 persons. He m. Henrietta Boude Clement from a very prominent family from Philadelphia. He was 1 of 9 chldrn all with outstanding achievements as you read through the family history. James & Henrietta had 4 sons, Samuel C., Edward, Carroll & George C., the latter being a partner with his father in his business & expanded it to 200 employees.

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George C. Wilson Sr., president of the Wilson Chemical Company, of Tyrone, Pa., is a native of the city, where he was born in 1869, a son of Dr. James Thompson Wilson and Henrietta Boude (Clement) Wilson. The father graduated from the Medical College of The University of Pennsylvania and practiced in Tyrone for forty-five years, his death occurring in 1914. George C. Wilson was educated in the public schools of Tyrone and served as assistant postmaster from 1886 to 1891. In the latter year, he became secretary for A. G. Morris, lime & limestone operator of this city, and continued in that capacity until 1902, since which time, he has given all his attention to his own interests.
The Wilson Chemical Company was established in 1895 in a small way but has developed to the point where it ships is products, mainly the "Cloverine Salve" to every part of the United States and to many foreign countries. The plant occupies a three-story stone structure and employs, on the average, some two hundred persons. He has built and operates many large theatres in Pennsylvania and Maryland, among them the Wilson and El Patio, of Tyrone. In 1898 Mr. Wilson married an Loueffa I. Ross, of Tyrone, and they have a son George Cunningham Wilson Jr. who is associated in business with his father. He married Sallie Anderson, of Hollidaysburg, Pa., and they have one son George C. Wilson III. A daughter, Adelaide, died in 1929. In Masonry, Mr. Wilson is a member of the Chapter and Consistory of Harrisburg, Pa. and the Shrine of Pittsburgh, Pa.
George Wilson's father Dr. James Thompson Wilson, invented the formula for the Cloverine Salve.

[NI059112]

A direct descendant of Dr. Thomas Wayne, who came to this country in "the Welcome" with William Penn.

[NI059113] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Henry K Dillard, Jr State: PA Enumeration District: 0126 Color: W Age: 33 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0029 Co.: Philadelphia, Philadelphia Relation: Husband ImageNum: 05620576 Other Residents:
Wife Julia T 26, North Carolina
Mother Sallie P 63, PA
Son Henry K, III 02, PA
4 non-relatives

[NI059116] B. in Camden, New Jersey. He entered the Faires Classical institute in 1867, going thence to the Univ. of PA in 1873, where he was matriculate Latin prize; while there he was pres. of the Franklin Scientific Society. During his college yrs, the valued association of such men as E. D. Cope & Joseph Leidy accentuated the interest in natural history early fostered by his mother. After 4 yrs in the classical dept., he entered Med. School, taking his degree in 1882, with a yr of absence, 1880-1881, as a cowboy on the plains & in the mountains of CO, in order to break an insomnia following an incessant application. On graduating, he was awarded the anomaly prize, offered by the demonstrator of morbid anatomy, equally with Horace Jayne. After a yr's residency in the Episcopal Hosp. on Lehigh Ave., in the Kensington district of Philadelphia, he began practice among the mill workers there & established the Kensington Hosp. for Women, where William Osler & D. Hayes Agnew & Horatio Wood came as consultants; the hosp. incorporated 4 yrs later & is now a large & flourishing institution. Further study in gynecology took him abroad several times to the hosp.s & univ.s of London, Edinburgh, Paris, Berlin, Leipzig, Breslau, Rostock, Heidelburg, Freiburg & Srassburg; he returned, with the prospect of succeeding to the chair of gynecology held by Professor William Goodell , as associate professor of obstetrics in conjunction with Barton Cooke Hirst at the Univ. of PA during 1888-89. In the latter yrs, he joined the faculty of the Johns Hopkins Univ. in Baltimore, in association with William Osler, William S. Halsted, & Henry M. Hurd, holding the chair of gynecology & obstetrics until 1899 when he gave up the latter to continue as professor of gynecology, becoming emeritus professor in 1819. Aside from teaching, Dr. Kelly was the gynecological surgeon in 1899 & consultant from 1919 to the Johns Hopkins Hospital, in addition to serving a large practice. In the fall of 1892, he opened a clinic, incorporated in Nov 1913, as the Howard A. Kelly Hosp.; where he continued his surgical work & develop radiotherapy, in association with Curtis F. Burnam, & electrosurgery with Grant E. Ward. In 1913, he co-operated with the U. S. government in the extraction of radium from mines in Paradox Valley, CO. Dr. Kelly is a leading world authority in operative & medical gynecology & abdominal surgery, on the vermiform appendix & its diseases, & myomata of the uterus. He is a noted bibliophile & a life-long student of medical history & biography. His diversions lie in the broad fields of nature, notably in herpetology, serving as honorary curator of the division of reptiles & amphibians at the Univ. of MI, mycology, astronomy, & geology. He excels in canoeing & swimming & since 1891 has spent most of his summers with his family at his camp on the rocky shores of Lake Ahmic & the Magnetawan River in the Parry Sound District of Ontario Canada. The honorary degree of LL.D. was conferred upon him by Aberdeen & by Washington & Lee Univ.s in 1906 & by the Univ. of PA in 1907. He was made a commander of the Order of Leopold of Belgium in 1920 & was awarded the Order of the Cross of Mercy of Serbia in 1922 & the Cross of Charity of the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats & Slovenes in 1926. In Jan 1928, he delivered the oration before the Hunterian Society in the Mansion of the Lord Mayor, London, England. Graduated, M.D., Univ. of PA 1882. Surgeon at the Protestant Ep. Hosp.; founder of the Kensington Hosp. for Women, now an independant incorporated hosp. (as of 1890), doing very large work yrly. Associate Professor of Obstetrics in the Univ. of PA 1888-9, when he was called to John Hopkins Hosp., Baltimore, as its Gynecologist & Obstetrician. Also, Professor of Gynecology, at John Hopkins Univ. Published many articles upon scientific, surgical, & medical topics.

[NI059118] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Dora Lewis State: PA Dist: 0105 Color: W Age: 47 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0008 Co.: Philadelphia, Philadelphia Relation: Husband ImageNum: 06080559 Other Residents:
Dau Louise 25, PA
Son Robert M 23, PA
Son Shippen 22, PA
3 non-relatives

[NI059126] Apr 1861, Enlisted in Co., C, 4th Reg. PA Vol.s (3 mo.s), Civil War; 18 Sep 1861, Captain Co. A, 53rd Reg. PA Vol.s (3 yrs); 2 Jun 1862, Major; 17 May 1864, Lt-Colonel; 18 Sep 1864, Colonel, Mustered out 1 Nov 1864, at expiration of service.

[NI059144] Represented Armstrong Co., in the Legislature of PA, 1874-76.

[NI059176] Graduated, the Univ. of PA, in 1876; admitted to the Philadelphia Bar, 1879. Before he was admitted to the bar he had won fame as the only successful competitor for the Laussat prize. This prize had been awarded to Anthony Laussat 60 yrs before for his famous essay on "Equitv in PA", & in all the yrs which followed no competitor for the prize had been considered worthy of it, until young Lewis presented his essay on "Land Titles in Philadelphia", when the prize was unanimously awarded to him. He has contributed articles to various periodicals, & was one of the editors of "Weekly Notes of Cases", (Phila.) since 1877 & sole editor of "Amer. & Eng. Corp. Cases", & "Amer. & Eng. RR Cases", (New York, 1880-6). He was the author of the "Courts of PA in the 17th Century", "History of the Bank of No. Amer.","Memoir of Edward Shippen, Chief Justice of PA".

[NI059182] Served in Co. K, 53 Reg., PA Vol.s during the Civil War. Present at General Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House along with counsin Henry Kuhl Rheem.
& was mustered out with the co., 30 Jun 1865 at Harrisburg, PA.

[NI059184] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Thomas H Elder State: PA Enumeration District: 0113 Color: W Age: 58 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0136 Co.: Westmoreland Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01260902 Other Residents:
Wife Margaret 40, PA
Son Jo Thomas S 07, PA
1 non-relative

[NI059189] Died & was buried at sea while returning home from the South. Where he was employed in the medical service of the government during the Civil War.

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In Civil War, was a Co. F, 2nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Militia, Sept 1862

[NI059238] Graduated Lafayette College, July 1855. Soon after he began to mine & ship coal, & pursued that business for many yrs, becoming one of the largest and most influential operators in the Clearfield regions. In 1862, elected Auditor of Huntingdon, Co.,; in 1865, member of the Town Council of Huntingdon; 1874, Burgess. 1876, elected State Senator for the 33rd District of PA. Before the expiration of his official term, was elected Representative of the 18th District PA, in the 46th Congress of the U.S. Re-elected to the 47th Congress. In all his official positions, he rendered faithful & efficient service, and his record evinces honor & spotlessness. He was long an active member of the Presbyterian Church, & one of its Trustees. Principally through his efforts "The Industrial Reformatory", at Huntingdon, was established; he was one of its first managers & at the time of his death, was its President.

[NI059250] He resided in Huntingdon, during his lifetime; was Associate Judge from 1843 to 1851; was 3 times Chief Burgess of that borough; a Director of the 1st Nat'l Bank of Huntingdon. He was, for many yrs, a member of the Presbyterian Church. He was tall & slender, of fine features, dignified & commanding appearance.

[NI059264] Her family provided 3 governors of SC. She is a direct descendant of Elias Hurry, one of the Huguenot settlers in Charleston, SC.

[NI059339] 1704 to 1907 Public schools in Short Hills, NJ. 1907- thru 1908, school in Paris. 1908- thru 1910, FL Mil. Acad. 1911- thru 1914 (age 14 to 17) Ashville School for Boys, Asville, NC. 1915- & 16 Univ. of FL. 1916 & 17 Univ. of GA. 1917- age 20 enlisted in the Army Air Force. 1918- Oct. he was discharged as a 2nd Lt. His Mother died.

[NI059433] Surgeon, US Navy. Graduated at the Univ. of PA. Appointed Assist. Surgeon, 15 Nov 1824. Commissioned Surgeon 3 Jan 1828. Served his country for 45 yrs with 14 yrs serv. outside the U.S. Last sea serv. was in 1861. Active Memb. of the Society of the Cincinnati. His family had settled near Petersburg, VA in 1667.

[NI059472] Her portrait by Gilbert Stuart at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. A second version is at the Virginia Museum of Fine Art.

[NI059475] A member of the Bar of Schuyikill Co.; Sheriff 1858-61: made the first draft of soldiers from that Co. to serve in the U. S. Army 1862 in the Civil War; appointed U. S. Commissioner 1865 and Register in Bankruptcy 1867.

[NI059476] In the Civil War he was 1st lieutenant Co., C, 4th Reg. PA Vol., 3 mo.s serv.; discharged by special order, 1 Jun 1863, & reported for duty in the office of Assistant Provost Marshal General, at Washington, D.C. Clerk in Paymaster General's office from 1864 to 1866

[NI059501] Obit: Mrs Loueffa I. (Ross) Wilson, 853 Washington Ave., Tyrone, PA, widow of George C. Wilson Sr., d. Sun. morn at her home. She had been in failing health for several yrs, after suffering a fall. The dau. of George W. & Eliza Jane (Work) Ross, she m. George C. Wilson in 1898. She was active in the business affairs of the Wilson Chem. Co., & helped materially in assisting her late husb. in the founding & growth of the Wilson Chem. Co. here. She was vice-pres. of the Chem. Co., & also of the Rivoli & Cambria Theatres Corp. & treasurer of the Junior Food Products Co. For several yrs she was a trustee of the 1st Presby. church, Tyrone, & was a lifelong resident of the community. Burial will be at Grandview Cem., Tyrone.

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George Cunningham Wilson Jr., vice president and assistant manager of the Wilson Chemical Company, Tyrone, Pa., is a native of this city and a son of George C. Wilson Sr.. Born in 1905, he attended the Tyrone Public Schools, the Hill School, of Pottstown, Pa. and The Lafayette College in Easton, Pa. from which he graduated with a baccalaureate degree in arts in 1927.
Returning to Tyrone at that time he became associated with his father as vice-president and assistant manager and has since continued in that capacity. The Wilson organization is composed of three companies operating under one head, they being as follows: The Wilson Chemical Company manufacturing and selling White Cloverine Salve; the Junior Food Products Company, incorporated in September, 1930, for the manufacture of gelatin; and the Wilson Products Company, incorporated at the same time for the manufacture of cough drops.
Mr. Wilson is a Thirty-second Degree Mason, a Democrat in politics, and a communicant of the Episcopal Church. He was married August 8, 1929 to Sarah Anderson, daughter of C. F. Anderson, of Altoona, Pa. and they have a son George C. Wilson III.
George became president of the Wilson Chemical Company in June of 1937 after the death of his father.
While attending a football game in Tyrone and seated with two of his sons, Charles and Michael, suffered a heart attack and died there before paramedics arrived from the field. Mr. Wilson had been ailing, but there was no indication of his being seriously ill before the attack.

[NI059504] Details of how to produce a soothing salve have been passed on to the 5th generation of a local family in Tyrone, PA. Carrying on the tradition of making the white petroleum jelly used in the "Cloverine Salve", are George C. Wilson III, his wife Helen (Honey) & their son Mark, great-great grandson of the ointment's originator. It all began in the 1860's when Dr. James Thompson Wilson, a prominent physician, made & dispensed the ointment to his patients. Since 1895 members of the Wilson family routinely have been melting down huge globs of white "petrolatum jelly" as the 1st step in the manufacture of the salve. In the back rooms of the business, the Wilson's continue to mix the secret formula & package the ointment with the same equipment used at the turn of the century. By 1904 the enterprise moved into a modest 2-story wood structure on Cloverine Terrace, a 400 acre tract near the RR station at the foot of Brush Mountain in this small town of Tyrone, PA, & 15 yrs later moved again into a 3-story stone structure near the old location. The salve was marketed through advertisements in comic books & an estimated 300,000 youngsters would sell the salve to gain "points" to be used to obtain prizes of their choice. The prizes range from live ponies, bikes, cameras, dinnerware, dolls, bb-guns, scooters, & even a rose-wood finish violin. (This writer is a recipient of a b-b-gun prize in the early 40's for selling the salve & is still in my possession & working condition now in 1997). When George C. Wilson III became pres. of the co. in 1951 at age 21, after an early & unexpected death of his father, he was probably the youngest corp. pres. in the US. He, his wife Honey & son Mark kept the declining business going with much difficulty with advertising laws & selling procedures. They relied more heavily on the side printing business now to sustain themselves after sales of the salve dropped & employees jobs were abolished. In the late 1960's & 70's dealt Cloverine a severe blow. In 1967 the Fed. Trade Comm. objected to the co.'s advertising methods, which attracted youthful salesmen. The ads had been changed by George III at that time to include the word "free" to describe the small gift sent with each order. The firm went to court, but lost the case & was restricted from any further advertising in newspapers, magazines & comic books. Cloverine was fined $75,000 & paid $30,000 in costs. In 1973 the crushing blows continued when the State acquired the stone structure by public domain law to build a hwy & a million dollar bridge for Route 220 now known as I-99. "This was a crushing blow to the co. & the community", Mr. Wilson said & began to down size & dismantle his business. Other products not mentioned manufactured by the Cloverine Co. was: Jack & Jill Jello, dental creams, cold creams, soap, talcum powder, liniment, rouge, face powder, cold & grip tablets, gelatin & even blood & kidney tea. The business was finally dissolved with the "secret formula" of the Cloverine Salve was sold to Alvin Last Co. of Dobbs Ferry, NY & distributed by Med-Tek from Cody, WY. George III was educated in the Tyrone Public Schools, an avid sports participant especially basketball. "Geece" went on to college but quit in his 1st yr to take over his father's business who d. suddenly and at an early age. George d. as a result of an automobile accident in the village of Bellmeade near Altoona, PA, when he struck a utility pole along the road. Witnesses claim that he slumped over the steering wheel just prior to the crash indicating a probable heart attack. They thought also he may have gone to sleep.

[NI059596] Jerome Van Valchenburg of Albany d. after Mar.15, 1773 (Sophia was widowed again). Jerome's first wife was Maria Elizabeth Myers, daug. of Christian Meyer of Kingston. She was b Aug. 8, 1711, m. Jerome on May 3, 1736, died Mar.17, 1769. Jerome then m. Sophia Becker.

[NI059785] WISSINGER - Mrs. Wilda, 60, box 178, Windber, d Dec 13 1971, Windber Div. Mem. Hosp. b Apr 10 1911, Johnstown, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Stutzman. Surv. by hus. Kenneth, & chldn: Kenneth Duane, & Louise, w/o Floyd Clites, both Streetboro, OH; Mary, w/o Leonard Louchart, Ebensburg; & Marvin, m. Pauline Koharchik, Windber; 7 gchldn. Sis. of Merle Stutzman, Johnstown; Marie, w/o Ernest Horner, Mine 42, Windber; Dorothy, w/o Joseph Lozinski, Altoona; & Iola, w/o Leo Golec, Holmes, PA. Memb. Rummel Ch. of the Breth. Friends received 7-9 pm Tue & 2-4 & 7-9 pm Wed Lloyd G. Shank Funeral Home, Windber, where serv. will be at 2 pm Thu., Rev. John Henry & Rev. A. J. Replogle. Bur. Rummel Cem.

[NI059792] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 7 Nov by Henry Cook
25 85 91 WISSINGER Isaac 42 M Farmer 500 PA
26 85 91 WISSINGER Ann 43 F PA
27 85 91 WISSINGER Susan M. 19 F PA
28 85 91 WISSINGER Franklin 18 M Laborer PA
29 85 91 WISSINGER Thomas 16 M Laborer PA
30 85 91 WISSINGER Jonathan 14 M PA
31 85 91 WISSINGER Esther J. 12 F PA
32 85 91 WISSINGER Phebe 9 F PA
33 85 91 WISSINGER Isaac 6 M PA
1860 Federal Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA Jun 1 - 8, 1860 by James Murray
27 33 33 Wissinger Isaac 51 M W Farmer 700 300 Penna
28 33 33 Wissinger Ann 52 F W Penna
29 33 33 Wissinger Phebe 19 F W Penna
30 33 33 Wissinger Isaac N. 16 M W Labourer Penna
31 33 33 Cunketton Albert 10 M W Penna
1870 Federal Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA by Thomas Saris
33 15 15 Wissinger Issac 62 M W Farmer 3000 1000 PAX X
34 15 15 Wissinger Annie 63 F W Keeping house PA
35 15 15 Wissinger Susan 30 F W No occupation PA
36 15 15 Wissinger Isaac 24 M W Farmer 300 PAX
37 15 15 Wissinger Ammie 20 F W No occupation Penna
1880 Federal Census Blacklick Twp, Cambria Co., PA
47 104 106 Wissinger Isaac W M 72 Farmer PA
48 104 106 Wissinger Annie W F 73 Wife Keeping house PA
49 104 106 Wissinger Susan W F 49 Daughter Nursing PA

[NI059794] Ludwig WISSINGER was the 1st white man to settle in the section of Stonycreek Twp. in what now is called Oakland. He came with his parents to the US from Germany, prior to the Amer. Rev. & they settled near Frederick,MD Ludwig promptly enlisted between Jul & Dec of 1777 for 3 yrs in one of the MD Co.s of the German Battalionof Frederick, MD. He fought in the battles of Brandywine, Germantown, & Trenton, Fish Hill, Camp White Plains,Second River & Valley Forge. He spent the famous winter of 1777-78 at Valley Forge. He was honorable discharged in 1779 & was given a grant of land in recognition of his serv.s. In 1781, he m. Susanna MILLER & they were the parents of 13 chldn. Ludwig & his family moved from Manns Choice, Bedford Co. abt 1790 to what now is Oakland, Stonycreek Twp. & settled on a 312 acre grant of land. He cleared some of the land & built a house at what now is the corner of Bedford & Penrod St.s. He cultivated the land he had cleared & enjoyed a modest living. In 1810, he built the 1st school in the Twp. across from his home. Of the 13 chldn of Ludwig & Susanna (Miller) WISSINGER, Lewis, b. 1793, Stonycreek Twp., lived to be 103 yrs of age. Another son, David, m. into the WERTZ family. George, with whom Ludwig WISSINGER later resided, m. Rebecca BLACKBURN, was a potter, & also Constable of Stonycreek Twp. Ludwig's wife d. 1834 & he went to live with his son, George. Ludwig WISSINGER was b. 1756 & d. Mar 1842. In 1883 his son George, & his 3 gsons, Hiram, George F., & Archibald, purchased a plot of ground from Abner GRIFFITH for $10 & had Ludwig & Susanna bur. there. It is located on Ruby St. near the Riffith St. & Oakland Ave. intersection in Oakland. It is interesting that, although Ludwig WISSINGER chose to sell his holdings & leave the community, some of his desc.s have purchased & are living on land that was owned by their own ancestor. // History of Cambria Co., PA 1907 By: Henry Wilson Storey; Ludwig Wissinger, the pioneer ancestor of the Wissinger family in Amer., emigrated to this country from Germany some time prior to the Amer. Rev. settled into what is now (1907) known as Griffith Settlement, 1 1/2 miles southeast of Johnstown. served with distinction throughout the war of independence, & was honored by the government in recognition of his valuable services, with a grant of land of 300 acres. The country at that time was practically a wilderness; & Mr. Wissinger cleared it of timber, commenced its cultivation, & soon had a productive & comfortable farm. He subsequently sold the entire tract for the very moderate sum of $300, which at that time was considered a very fair valuation of the land. At death, his remains were interred near what is now Moxham. married & raised a family, among whom were: John; Lewis, who lived to the remarkable age of 103 & d Conemaugh; George W., at 1 time constable Stony Creek Twp.; Daniel, a farmer m Miss Goughnour; Esther, m Jacob Snyder; Isaac, near Scalp Level; Samuel, Westmoreland Co.; David, near Plum Creek, Indiana Co. In the name of God Amen, I Ludwick Wissinger of Conemaugh Twp Cambria Co. State of PA being infirm in body, but of sound mind memory & understanding (thanks be unto God for the same) & considering the certainty of death, & the uncertainty of the time thereof, & to the end I may be the better prepared to leave this whenever it shall please God to call me home, do therefore make & declare this my last Will & Testament in the manner following (that is to say) 1st & principally I commend my soul into the hands of ALmighty God my Creator hoping for free pardon & remission of all my sins & to enjoy everlasting happiness in the everlasting Kingdom of Heaven through the merits of Jesus Christ my Saviour. My body I commit to the earth to be buried in a decent Christian manner at the discretion of my executor herein after named. & as to such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me I dispose of the same as followeth: to wit: I give & devise unto my dear chdn hereafter named all my property consisting in Notes, money, household chattels or live stock to be equally divided amongst them (after my funeral expenses are paid) & also 30 dollars deducted which I bequeath unto Susannah Wisel wife of Joseph Wisel to be paid unto her by my executor at the expiration of 1 yr after my death. The names of my chdn among whom I equally bequeath my property (after the above named 30 dollars & my funeral expenses are deducted) are as follows: Viz: John Wissinger, Catharine Brumbough, Mary Anderson, Daniel Wissinger, Esther Snyder, Lewis Wissinger, Elizabeth Stutzman, David Wissinger, Samuel Wissinger, George Wissinger, Isaac Wissinger & Jacob Wissinger my property to be divided among the above named or their heirs. Lastly I nominate constitute & appoint my dear son Daniel Wissinger to be the executor of this my last will & testament. In whereof I hereunto set my hand & seal this 14 Dec 1835. Signed sealed published & declared by the above named Ludwick Wissinger as his last will & testament, in presence of us, who in his presence & at his request have subscribed as witnesses Ludwick "X" Wissinger Witnesses: Timt. C. Davis, John Mathews Codicil Inasmuch as I Ludwick Wissinger inadvertantly omitted to mention 1 of my chdn in the above catalogue of names, I hereby declare that it is my wish & devise that my daughter Susannah Morgan shall be considered a coequal heir of this my last will & testament & that she receive an equal share of my property after my decease. Witness my hand & seal this 2 Jan 1836. Ludwick "X" Wissinger Witnesses: Timt. C. Davis, John Mathews proved 29 Mar 1842. // Ludwig Wissinger helped Joseph Johns lay out the city of Johnstown, PA. Wissinger Cem. is supposed to be on land he once owned. The cem. is now a Nat'l Monument.
Application for Revolutionary War Pension - Ludwig Wissinger (Typed verbatim) State of PA Cambria Co. On this 2nd day of Oct 1832, personally appeared in open court before me Judge of Court of Common Pleas of said Co of Cambria (being a Court of record having by law a Seal & Clerk) now sitting. Ludwick Wissinger, a resid of Conemaugh Twp in Co of Cambria & state of PA aforesaid, age 75 yrs who being solemnly affirmed according to law, doth on his affirmation make the following declarations, in order to obtain the benefit of the provisions made by the act of Congress passed Jun 7 1832. That he enlisted in army of US in yr 1775 or 76 with Capt Ieaster & serv in German Reg't on MD Line under following named officers: Does not recollect the name of Col he 1st serv under, he was part of the time under Col Hazecker, part of the time under immediate command of Gen Washington. He states that he enlisted at Frederick Town in MD near which he then resided. That he was in battles of Brandywine, Germantown, Trenton, & others not now recollected. That he was discharged at Wyoming in PA after serv 3 yrs the time for which he was enlisted, but received no certificate of discharge. He hereby relinquishes claim to whatever to a pension or an annuity, except the present, & he declares that his name is not on the pension rolls of any agency in any state. Affirmed & subscribed the dy & yr aforesaid . . . his
. . .Ludwick X Wissinger Philip Noon . . . Prot . . .mark And the said Court I do hereby declare their opinion that the above named applicant was a Rev soldier, & serv as he states.
I Philip Noon Prothonatory & Clerk of Court of Common Pleas of Cambria Co aforesaid, do hereby certify that the foregoing contain the original proceedings of the said Court in the matter of the application of Ludwick Wissinger for a pension. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand & seal of office this second day of Oct 1832 Philip Noon Prot.

[NI059811] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Nathaniel Wissinger Age: 59 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 9154 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0092 Co.: Cambria Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Sarah K 58, PA
1 non-relative
1926 Nathaniel Wissinger, who lives retired, Johnstown, a native of Cambria Co. & before retirement was identified with the DeFrehn Chair co. a Republican, served as school director Stony Creek Twp & memb. First Breth. Ch. wife b Bedford Co., Pa. Mr. & Mrs. Wissinger are the parents of 7 chdn, Milton R., lives Johnstown; A. C., the subject of this sketch; Harry L., deceased; Jessie, m Rev. G. H. James, pastor of Breth. Ch., East Conemaugh; C. Earl, lives Johnstown; Edgar, & Viola, deceased.

[NI059814] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
George F Wissinger Age: 50 State: PA Color: W Dist: 0093 B Pl: PA Visit: 0246 Co.: Cambria Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Catherine 50, PA
Son Levi 20, PA
Son Moses 18, PA
Son Walter L 12, PA
Aunt Nancy Hoffman 75, PA
Gdau Katherine Sime 04, PA

[NI059820] 1850 Federal Census Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 23 Oct by Henry Cook
19 266 300 Wissinger George 47 M Potter 500 Pa
20 266 300 Wissinger Rebecca 48 F Pa
21 266 300 Wissinger Jeramiah 21 M Laborer Pa
22 266 300 Wissinger Alexander 17 M Laborer Pa
23 266 300 Wissinger Julia A. 14 F Pa
24 266 300 Wissinger Archabald 12 M Pa
25 266 300 Wissinger Hiram 11 M Pa
26 266 300 Wissinger Sylvester 8 M Pa
27 266 300 Wissinger George 6 M Pa

[NI059821] Johnstown Trib, 9/19/1878 d in Stonycreek Twp on 17th, Mrs. George Wissinger, aged 76 ys, 1 m, 2 ds.

[NI059830] John was a farmer & school teacher. Salisbury; Brothers Valley twp., & Elk Lick twp., Somerset Co., PA Tax records show he had grist & saw mills. He was appointed tax collector for Brothers Valley Twp 1802. They were members of the German Bapt. Ch., Glades Congregation. [in 1908 became Ch. of the Breth.] They lived on the Pleasant Hill Farm he bought from David (or Emanuel?) Flory in 1807 & sold to his son David. The log barn was built in 1810 & David built a brick house in 1852. The German Bapt. Breth. crossed the Alleghany Mtns & settled in what was know as "the Glades," or Stonycreek, just west of the mtns spreading westward & northward parallel with the mtn range & southward a distance of 12 mi.s to Casselman River west of Meyersdale. They also settled on the Elk Lick & Flaugherty Creeks which flowed into the Casselman. 1 wk the Breth. gathered in the "Glades" & the next "on the river" holding mtgs in common. John Buechley is listed as a minister associated with the church before the division. They met in their homes or barns until 1845 when the Grove Ch. was built north of Berlin; the Elk Lick Breth. built their church in 1846 at Summit Mills. In 1841 a Farsomlüngs Briefly listed the heads of families; among those in the Big Glades church was John Buechley.

[NI059834] Abraham is her half-bro.

[NI059836] John Forney b Elk Lick Twp 1777. (This area became Somerset Co. 1795.) In 1815 he settled in Brother's Valley, on the farm owned by his gson, S.S. Forney in 1884. Abt 1842 he moved to Conemaugh Twp, where d 1846. He m Susan Beachly. chldn: Jacob, (dec'd), Samuel, Michael, John, Joseph, Daniel, Elias, Peter, Catharine (Horner), Sarah (Miller), & Elizabeth (Strauser), deceased. (Source: The History of Bedford, Somerset & Fulton Co.s, 1884, Waterman, Watkins & Co., p. 472.)

[NI059839] 1850 census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA
338 75 Forney Samuel 41 M Farmer PA
Elizabeth 41 F PA
Franklin 14 M PA
Emeline 12 F PA
Elizabeth 10 F PA
Samuel 8 M PA
John 6 M PA
Susan 4 F PA
Anna 2 F PA
1870 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA 23 Jun 1870 Jno. Hicks
28 15 15 Forney Samuel 61 M W Farmer 5,000 1,050 PA.
Forney Elizabeth 61 F W Keeping House PA
Forney Annie 22 F W PA
1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA J. R. Boose Pg 7, 3 Jun 1880
3 7 232A 33 63 63 Forney Samuel W M 71 Retired farmer PA PA PA
Forney Annie W F 30 dau Keeping house PA PA PA
Cober Ella W F 15 Grand dau PA PA PA

[NI059841] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 11 Sep John J. Schell
14 211 220 Forney Michael 39 M Farmer 2,000 PA
Forney Rachel 33 F PA
Forney Mary 15 F PA
Forney Samuel 13 M PA
Forney Edmund 12 M PA
Forney Sarah 10 F PA
Forney David 7 M PA
Forney John 6 M PA
Forney Susanna 3 F PA
Forney Catharine A. 1 F PA
Specht Frederick 27 M Weaver Germany

[NI059844] 1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John W. Smith
454 28 FORNEY, Joseph 30 m Carpenter
Mary 37 f PA
Elizabeth 8 f PA
Susan 6 f PA
SAYLOR, Susan 19 f PA

[NI059845] 1850 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 15 Oct 1850 by J. J. Schell
124 129 FORNEY Daniel 26 M Farmer 2000 acres PA
Anne 22 F PA can't read or write
Mary 10/12 F PA
Peter 21 M Farmer PA
1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 8 Jun 1860 by Josiah H. Zimmerman
150 165 FORNEY Daniel 34 M Farmer 5000 1700 PA
Anna 31 F PA
Mary 10 F PA.
Hiram 8 M PA.
Luciann 5 F PA.
Lemmel 3 M PA
Daniel HOFSTETLER 21 F Day Laborer PA

[NI059846] 1850 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA
5 5 FORNEY Elias 23 M Farmer
Franey 23 F
Cyrus 2 M
Anna 3/12 F
Susanna 61 F
ZIMMERMAN David 14 M

[NI059863] Kenneth was b in a farmhouse near Daleville, IN, on Dec. 17, 1926. He attended school in Sulphur Springs, IN & graduated from high school there. He worked in Delco-Remy factories. Dad is always helpful with all of the family's problems. He gives us advice when we get into situations that require an educated & Experienced mind. We are all fortunate to have an intelligent & caring father. We love you, Pops!!

[NI059864] b in Vona, CO on Mar. 4, 1939. Delivered by the local doctor, Dr. Hewitt. The family lived on a farm north of Vona near the Yuma Co., line, (at that time probably (temporarily) in a sod house). Attended one-room country schools for grades 1-6. When starting school there was one person in the 2nd grade & Donna in the 1st grade. The teacher thought it would be a good idea, (since Donna knew her alphabet & how to read a little bit & spell Zimmerschied), to combine grades 1 & 2. Consequently Donna went to 3rd grade in her 2nd yr of school. The family moved to Vona, CO when Donna started grade 7. Donna graduated from Vona High School in 1956 as Salutatorian. Donna helped in the family general store, Joe's Grocery, while living in Vona she also worked a short time at the Oasis Cafe. In 1956 the family moved to Burlington, CO & Donna worked as a waitress at the Montezuma Coffee Shop then at the Mountain States Telephone Co. as an operator. Near the end of 1956 Donna met a dashing young man, Kenneth O. Huff, who swept her off her feet & they were m. on Mar. 25, 1957. Thus began the travelling part of her life.
HUFF MOVES 1958 TO 1997
Place Date
Burlington, CO 3-25-1957 Married
Colo Spgs, CO 3-26-1957
Denver, CO ab.2 wks. (motels with kitchens out south)
Escalante, UT April 1957 Core Lab job (kitchenette at motel) Donna ran too far ahead of Ken & had to go back from Eagle, CO to junction west of Glenwood Springs, CO. Supposed to be a mud logging job. No road made. Job fell through.
Farmington, NM (motel near Core Lab)
Kimball, NE (motel-Alice Joy & family visited)
Ardmore OK Visited deep hole, Large rig.
Dallas, TX Ken visited Core Lab headquarters.
Worland, WY (St. Clair apt.) Ken working in lab. Seemed kind of chilly weather. Ken worked Richardson vacation.
Williston, ND K. worked Evitt vacation
Rock Springs, WY Hiawatha, CO job? (apt. upstairs in large house (shared bath)) Ken mud logging warm weather?
McCook, NE ab. 1 wk.? (hotel- apt.upstairs, Z’s visited-HOT Summer)
Blanding, UT muddy (new apt. near John D. Miner) Ken mud logging
Panguitch, UT Fall 1957 (during sputnik launch) (apt. in nice house) Ken mud logging.
Craig, CO (winter) Cosgriff Hotel Ken working in portable (truck) lab.
Moab, UT (nice apt. Xmas 1957) Ken mud logging in Canyonlands area about 90 miles from Moab. Skrovie ran truck in creek.
Ordway, CO Spring 1958 Nice house w/yard (Z’s visit-Mom pregnant)
Farmington, NM short time (tiny little trailer house & better apt.) Ken mud logging. Went to work & took a short-cut, didn’t get home for 3 days.
Cortez, CO short time (bad apt. on route 66 across from A & W drive in) Ken mud logging
Farmington, NM Nov. 1958 (W. Ross & apts. near Bill Clifford) Ken working in lab. John b in Farmington.
Worland, WY spring (Mr. Campbell’s house 505 S. 6th?) Ken running lab.
Farmington, NM snowman (N. Orchard Dr. nice rental house) Ken in lab.
Williston, ND 1961-1963 (2 rental houses on W. side of town poor one-13 Ave. W, & nice one-11th Ave. W.) (Bob & Don b in Williston) Ken running lab.
Farmington, NM 1964 (201 W. Gladden) (John-kindergarten) Ken in lab.
Casper, WY 1966 to now (S. Kenwood rental house then bought house 1106 Payne. Also bought shop at 535 N. Lennox.) (Kids all went to school in Casper, beginning with Bob in kindergarten. Ken working for Core Lab in Lab, as supervisor with Core Lab, as Consultant Geologist, then Sample Master.
(From Burlington, CO they travelled to Colorado Springs, Denver, across the Rocky Mountains to Escalente, Utah, to Farmington, NM, back to Kimball and McCook, Nebraska, to Dallas, Texas via Ardmore, Oklahoma, to Worland, and Rock Springs, Wyoming back to Panguitch, UT, Cortez, CO, back to Farmington, NM. Moving 13 times in the 1st yr. This was a wonderful experience, visiting the Rocky Mountain west. Farmington was the stopping place for John R's birth then moving to Williston, ND for Robert & Donald's births. Patricia was b back in Farmington, NM. The family moved to Casper in 1966 are still there in 1997.) Donna's interests are computer, sewing, music (piano), tap dancing, riding motorcycles and 4-wheel ATV's, art, clothing design, teaching sewing classes.
SOME OF THE EVENTS--IN SORT OF A TIMELINE----------1965--Ken's parents, Byron & Ethel Huff & Ken's brother, Rodney & wife Marilyn came to see us in Farmington, NM. Joel Zimmerschied was visiting there when they came. Ken took them fishing up on Valliceta Lake. Couldn't get the boat to plane with the 20 hp motor because of the elevation. 1966--Joe, Irene, Joel & Kenny Dean Zimmerschied moved from Colorado Springs, CO to CA. 1966--Ken, Donna, John, Bob, Don & Patricia Huff moved from Farmington, NM to Casper, WY. Christmas 1967--Huff's visited Z's in CA. 1968--Z's visited Casper, WY. 1969--Ken Huff quit Core Lab and went on his own as an independent geologist. 1969--Irene Zimmerschied passed away. 1970--Joe & Kenny Dean Zimmerschied visited Casper, WY. Thanksgiving Day, 1996. Mom and Dad cooked us a great dinner! We all enjoyed generous portions of good grub! Mom is a generous & caring person. She is also very intelligent. She generously fixes anything she can with her crafty sewing skills. She also helps us with life's problems & stands behind us when we need her assistance. We have lots of fun doing all kinds of activities. We love you, Mom!

[NI059865] John was b in Farmington, NM, Nov. 8, 1958. He's old. He went to school for a while. He now has this groovy Sound & Cellular bus. where he sells stereos and high tech cellular phones! He also rents cellular phones, which is the bulk of his business at this time. He sometimes goes to oil rigs to set up his phone stuff. He recently blew up his truck motor in Lusk while on his way to a rig. He also has a snowmobile that blew up last Sun. Then, he blew up his truck motor again two days ago. He said, "I was just driving along like I usually do, and something happened!!??!".

[NI059866] Bob is very smart. Bob lives in Fort Collins, CO with his wife Lisa. They are a cute couple. Bob always finds an answer to all of our technical problems. Robert Brian recently played guitar in a folk rock group called "Basmati". They had success, & an interesting slide show which accompanied the sound. Bob likes to play the guitar, & he does it better than most people I know. His wailing electric sound is interesting, & quite melodic.

[NI059867] Don was b Mar. 21, 1963. I think, maybe more recent than that. The people of Williston, ND were joyful when Don arrived because he was so happy & kind to everyone. Don is one of the nicest people you'll find. He is generous & can do anything that is physically possible. Don is going to the University of WY in Laramie. He is working on his Master's degree in Phys. Ed. He has been a substitute teacher for several yrs, & the kids love him. He is also a very popular person, wherever he goes someone knows him.

[NI059868] b in Farmington, NM. Moved to Williston, ND, then Casper, WY. Graduated from Kelly Walsh High School in 1982. Graduated from Casper College Computer Science Associate Degree, May 1984. Owns her own Computer consulting bus. & helps people with solutions to their computer problems. Raced snowmobiles in several locations in Rocky Mountain region. Also raced twice in Minnesota.

[NI059869] OBIT--DALEVILLE, IN--Mary Ethel Huff, 86, Rt. 1, Daleville, d unexpectedly early Sat. at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie. She was b in Middletown & lived most of her life in the Middletown/Daleville area. She was a member of Pikes Peak Christian Church, Order of the Eastern Star 110 in Middletown, Middletown Historical Foundation, Garden Club, Suburban Home Economics Club in Middletown and the Henry Co. Home Economics Club. She was preceded in death by her husband, Byron Huff, in 1981. She is survived by three sons, Byron Huff of Daleville, Kenneth O. Huff of Casper, Wyoming, and Rodney C. Huff of Portland, Michigan; 11 grdchildren, 1 grt grdchild. A daug. Mary Pike, d in 1984. Services will be 2 p.m. Tue. at Ballard & Sons Funeral Home in Middletown, with the Rev. William L. Tresslar officiating. Burial will be in Miller Cem. east of Middletown. Memorials may be sent to Honey Creek United Methodist Church, Pike's Peak Christian Church or the Middletown Emergency Medical Services. MON. APRIL 11, 1986 ANDERSON HERALD-BULLETIN

[NI059870] Mary Ellen worked for TransWorld Air in Indianapolis, IN when she was young. I think mostly in the office but did substitute for stewardesses on trips quite often. Mary Ellen & her mother Ethel took a trip to CA, including Catalina Island in the 1940's. After Mary Ellen m. Jack Pike they lived several places all over the world. They also lived in Rio for several yrs.

[NI059878] Lisa is a cute little artist. She is fun to have around & relates art to everyday surroudings. It's fun to go shopping with her because she always finds the coolest stuff!

[NI059880] Today is Apr. 26, 1997 - 1 day past my 54th b-day. As I come from a long line of procastinators, I am 1 day late for my b-day party. A day late & a dollar short, as the old adage goes. Not much to write about. I have worked for General Motors since Nov. 1961, & I'm still there. I guess I am now in the pre-retiremen mode. Not too many hobbies. Addicted to buying too many cars. In this light, cars must be my hobby. Along with motorcycles, although I havent owned one for yrs. About this time last yr, I worked in Atlanta, GA in an auto assembly plant. Helped retool the plant to build some kind of new mini-van. One of the highlights of the last few yrs. I do have a loving home companion by the name of "Sam". Don't get the wrong idea--Sam has four legs & barks. I brought Sam Huff home with me on Super Bowl Wkend of 1996. Had to have a famous sports name in the family, even though he is a bassett hound. Sam was preceded in death by "Charlie", a neutered male who was on his way home from visiting his playmate when he collided with a motorized vehicle in Jan. 1996. Changing the subject, I had a lawn mowing service for a number of yrs.

[NI059914] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Silvester A Noon Age: 36 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0139 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0121 County: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Winefred M 35, Pennsylvania
Son Robert B 13, Pennsylvania
Son Leroy C 11, Pennsylvania
Son Willard L 06, Pennsylvania
Daughter Irene E NR, Pennsylvania

[NI059919] NOON - Miss Bernardine E. 82, 787 Goucher St., formerly Southmont Boulevard, d Feb 8 1993, at home. b Dec 28 1910 Johnstown d/o Sylvester A. & Winifred (Lamoreaux) Noon. Preceded by parents; bro.s Robert B., Thoburn W. & Leroy Campbell; & sis Irene Decker. Survived by sis.s, Mildred J. Noon & Ruth L. Meyers, Johnstown & several Nieces & nephews. Memb. Bethany Presbyterian Ch. & PA Nurses Assc. Grad PA Hosp. School of Nrsg, Philadelphia. Serv many yrs in pvt. duty nrsg. Funeral service 1pm Tue, John Henderson Co. Funeral Home, Rev. Dr. Lawrence R. Chottiner. Bur. Grandview Cem.

[NI059941] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Isaac F Erb State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0127 Color: W Age: 46 B-Place: PA Visit: 0018 Co.: Cambria, Johnstown, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01290125 Other Resid.s:
Wife Emma J 39, PA
Dau. Elsie R 22, PA

[NI059990] J-town Trib-Demo, Sun 06 Jan 2002. MINOR, Elsie F, Wilmore d 5 Jan 2002, Laurel Crest Manor; b 15 Apr 1918, Summerhill Twp d/o Joseph & Bessie (Coleman) Bolvin. Preceded by parents; husb George Minor; & bros Clair Bolvin & Charles Coleman. Survived by chdn Joann w/o Leo Wrifel, Madison, OH; George Minor h/o Janet Plummer, Summerhill; Roland Minor h/o Patricia Kosch, Lindhurst, OH; Marlin Minor h/o Dolores Marsalko, Johnstown; Linda w/o Ronald Snedden, Hunker, PA; Robert Minor, Altoona; Patricia w/o Bryce Chernicky, Mexico, PA; Karen w/o James Oravecz, Jamestown; Kenneth Minor h/o Pamela Hull, Summerhill; Georgetta w/o Jay Moreau, Oakdale CT; Douglas Minor h/o Irene Barbalish, Wilmore; Dianne w/o Joseph Fox, Portage; Dennis Minor h/o Tracie Skrout, Wilmore; Barry Minor h/o Charlene Chernicky, Lilly; & Brenda w/o John Fox, Portage; 35 gchdn; 26 ggchdn. Sis of Fern Gilpatrick, Mt Hope; Sherman Bolvin, IN; Robert Bolvin, OK; Carl Coleman, Johnstown; & Dean Bolvin, St Petersburg, FL; also numerous neices & nephews; & sis'-in-law Jean Bolvin, Entriken; & Gertrude Wiefel, New Germany. Memb ladies auxiliary of Wilmore Vol Fire Co & St Anne Society of St Bertholomew Ch. Friends received 7-9pm Sun & 2-4 & 7-9pm Mon Mark A. Serenko Funeral Home, Portage. Mass 2:15pm Tue at St Bartholomew Ch, Wilmore, Father Charles Bodziak celebrant. Bur ch cem.

[NI060057] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 14 Nov by Henry Cook
2 209 218 NOON Isaac 21 M Carpenter PA
3 209 218 NOON Barbara 17 F PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 14, 1860
413 10 2699 2736 Noon Isaac 31 M farmer 150 200 PA
413 11 2699 2736 Noon Barbara 28 F PA
413 12 2699 2736 Noon Rebecca 10 F PA
413 13 2699 2736 Noon Josah 7 M PA
413 14 2699 2736 Noon Sarah I 5 F PA
413 15 2699 2736 Noon Henry S. 2 M PA

[NI060059] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 11 Nov by Henry Cook
17 146 152 NOON Benjamin 24 M Farmer 250 PA
18 146 152 NOON Mary 25 F PA
19 146 152 NOON Mary A. 4 F PA
20 146 152 NOON William B. 1 M PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 11, 1860
412 30 2695 2732 Noon Benjamin 33 M U.B. clergyman 800 350 PA
412 31 2695 2732 Noon Mary 34 F PA
412 32 2695 2732 Noon Mary A 15 F PA
412 33 2695 2732 Noon Willliam B 12 M PA
412 34 2695 2732 Noon Benjamin R. 10 M PA
412 35 2695 2732 Noon Amanda I 8 F PA
412 36 2695 2732 Noon Ruben T. 6 M PA
412 37 2695 2732 Noon Adam K. 3 M PA

[NI060062] 1850 census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 5 Nov by Henry Cook
29 55 57 HUFFMAN David 33 M Farmer 1,000 PA
30 55 57 HUFFMAN Mary 27 F PA
31 55 57 HUFFMAN Lucinda 5 F PA
32 55 57 HUFFMAN Amos 3 M PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 14, 1860
413 35 2704 2741 Hoffman David 43 M farmer 2000 600 PA
413 36 2704 2741 Hoffman Mary 37 F PA
413 37 2704 2741 Hoffman Lucinda 15 F PA
413 38 2704 2741 Hoffman Amos 12 M PA
413 39 2704 2741 Hoffman Elizabeth 10 F PA
413 40 2704 2741 Hoffman Eve 6 F PA
Trib Mar 3 1913 David HOFFMAN, 1 of the oldest res.s Cambria Co., d.of general debility 2 am this morning at the home of his son-in-law & dau. Mr. & Mrs. F. Rively, Richland Twp, age 94 yrs. b. Somerset Co. Nov 29 1818, but spent most his life in this co. wife, Mary NOON d. in this vicinity 20 yrs ago. survive son & 2 dau.s, 18 gchldn 8 ggchldn. son is Amos HOFFMAN, Langham, Indiana Co, dau,s are Mrs. Scott MILLER, Dale Boro & Mrs. Felix RIVELY at whose home he d. Mrs. Elizabeth H. TREFTS, 315 Bedford St. a sister of Mr. HOFFMAN. The funeral will probably be held Wed from the Mt. Carmel U.B. Ch., serv.s by Rev. J. J. Mills, Sidman U.B. Ch. a farmer & a mem. of U.B. denomination.

[NI060064] 1850 Federal Census Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 22 Oct by Henry Cook
27 248 281 Noon Jacob 39 M Farmer 300 Pa
28 248 281 Noon Christiana 28 F Pa
29 248 281 Noon Aaron 8 M Pa
30 248 281 Noon Ephraim 6 M Pa
31 248 281 Noon David 3 M Pa
32 248 281 Noon Susanah 8/12 F Pa
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 11, 1860
410 28 2681 2718 Noon Jacob 39 M farmer 1000 450 PA
410 29 2681 2718 Noon Christina 37 F PA
410 30 2681 2718 Noon Ephraim 16 M farm laborer PA
410 31 2681 2718 Noon David 13 M PA
410 32 2681 2718 Noon Adeline 8 F PA
410 33 2681 2718 Noon Christina 6 F PA
410 34 2681 2718 Noon Amos 2 M PA
410 35 2681 2718 Noon Mary C. 23 F PA

[NI060066] Trib Mar 14 1936 EPHRAIM J. NOON OF WALNUT GROVE ANSWERS “TAPS” Demise Caused by Gangrene, Resulting From Hardening of the Arteries Mem. G. A. R. The small number of surviving Civil War vet.s in this vicinity today was reduced to 4 with passing away of Ephraim J. Noon Walnut Grove, in 92nd yr. The widely know vet. d. 3:15 am this morn at the home of his dau., Ms Edith E. Noon, 148 Wess St., with whom he resided. He was active up until a yr ago, when he began to suffer hardening of the arteries. Gangrene developed, causing his demise. He was a lifelong resid. of district, b. Conemaugh Twp Jul 29 1844, s/o Jacob & Christian Noon. He was in farming up til 25 yrs ago, when he retired & moved to Walnut Grove. Mr. Noon answered Abraham Lincoln’s call to defend the Union on Sep 3 1864. He enlisted as a pvt under Capt. Joseph S. Coulter Co. K, 216th Reg. PA Vol.s. After 9 mo.s active serv., he was given a discharge Jun 6 1865. His demise today lessened the roster of Emory Fisher Post, No. 30, now extinct, to 4 Civil War vet.s: John Woy, John Messenger, H. H. Hoffman & Silas Plummer, the latter residing Beaverdale. Mr. Noon’s wife, nee Mary Shaffer, d. Jun 6 1928. Surviving are 2 chldn, Ms Edith Noon, at whose home he d., & Verna, w/o Frank Schick, Conemaugh Twp.; 10 gchldn, 22 ggchldn ; 2 bro.s & 2 sis., Amos Noon, Windber; Jacob Noon, Morgantown, WV; Mrs. Molly Smith, Strayer St,, Dale & Mrs. Adeline Brown, Stone St. 4 chldn preceded him in death, 2 in infancy; Mrs. Co__ Rose in 1928 & Mrs. Annie Bea__ in 1921. A bro., David Noon, who expired 23 yrs ago, also was a Civil War vet.. Ephraim Noon at one time serv. as rd supervisor Conemaugh Twp. A life-long memb. of Mt. Carmel U.B. Ch., formerly know as Noon Ch.. Funeral serv.s 2:30 pm Sat. at the Noon home by Rev. Dr. E. B. Learish, pastor of Homestead Ave.U. B. Ch.. Bur. Singer Cem, with memb.s of Sons of Vet.s, affiliated with G. A. R., serv. as pallbearers. John Henderson Co. will be the morticians in charge.

[NI060069] Never married

[NI060087] 1850 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 14 Nov Henry Cook
38 208 217 NOON Mary 48 F 500 GERMANY
NOON John 18 M Farmer PA
NOON Daniel 16 M Laborer PA
NOON Harriet 13 F PA
NOON Jacob 11 M PA
NOON Lucy A. 9 F PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA Aug 11 HA McPike
412 19 2693 2730 Noon Mary 57 F 650 150 Germany
Noon Lucy A 18 F PA

[NI060099] 1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 14, 1860
413 7 2698 2735 Noon John 27 M farm laborer 150 PA
Noon Matilda I 19 F PA
Noon ***** 11/12 M PA

[NI060112] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
William M Emigh State: PA Enumeration District: 0127 Color: W Age: 28 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0008 County: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01270641 Other Residents:
Wife Jessie M 25, Pennsylvania
Daughter Genevive B 06, Pennsylvania
Daughter Margaret I NR, Pennsylvania

[NI060113] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 13 Nov by Henry Cook
9 176 183 NOON Samuel 38 M Farmer 500 PA
10 176 183 NOON Catherine 32 F PA
11 176 183 NOON Eve 12 F PA
12 176 183 NOON Emanuel 11 M PA
13 176 183 NOON John 7 M PA
14 176 183 NOON Mary 5 F PA
15 176 183 NOON Sarah 1 F PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 22, 1860
434 31 2855 2891 Noon Samuel 48 M farmer 350 PA
434 32 2855 2891 Noon Catherine 44 F PA
434 33 2855 2891 Noon Emanuel 20 M cooper PA
434 34 2855 2891 Noon John 16 M farm laborer PA
434 35 2855 2891 Noon Mary 14 F PA
434 36 2855 2891 Noon Sarah 10 F PA
434 37 2855 2891 Noon Samuel 6 M PA
434 38 2855 2891 Noon Barbara 4 F PA

[NI060114] Johnstown Trib Daniel R. WISSINGER, an aged & well-known resid Adams Twp, d Wed eve at his home, 1 mi west Salix, in 78th yr age. He was b & spent practically all of his life in Adam Twp. Besides his wife, Mr. WISSINGER leaves 2 sons & 1 daug: Samuel M. Wissinger, Adams Twp, John T. H. WISSINGER, at home, & Louisa, w/o James D. ROSS, Adams Twp. The funeral took place from the home of the deceased at 2 pm (Rest of item is missing).
Actual death certificate from the State of PA, which gives his date of death as 14 Feb 1906. The physician, F.J. Livingston, states that he attended the deceased from 8 Feb 1906 to 14 Feb 1906 & that he d on the 14th at 8 pm. Daniel's parents are correctly identified on the d. cert. as John Wissinger & Eve Stineman. The informant was J.C.H. Wissinger of Salix (Daniel's son). Daniel's birth date is not given; his age is given as 78 yrs; the mos & days are not filled in. The Wissinger genealogy states that Daniel was b in March 1828, but on the 1900 census he gives his mo of birth as July.

[NI060126] 1850 Federal Census Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 23 Oct by Henry Cook
9 252 285 Noon John 46 M Farmer 2,500 Pa
10 252 285 Noon Catherine 50 F Pa
11 252 285 Noon William 13 M Pa
12 252 285 Noon Jacob 10 M Pa

[NI060129] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 14 Nov by Henry Cook
4 210 219 NOON John 71 M Farmer 2,500 PA
5 210 219 NOON Mary 68 F PA
6 210 219 NOON Elizabeth 38 F PA
7 210 219 NOON Mary 15 F PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 11, 1860
412 38 2696 2733 Noon John 81 M farmer 3000 350 PA
412 39 2696 2733 Noon Elizabeth 35 F PA


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