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[NI088208] She & Wade graduated from Conemaugh high school together. She was a nurse with the US Army & as a civilian. She has 2 chldn: Her son Byron is an electrician liv. in Clear Lake CA & has 1 son (Justin) b. abt 1978. Her dau. Susan is m. to Michael Robinson, they live in Fullerton CA. They have one dau. (Cindy) b. abt 1980 & one son (Ross) b. abt 1983. Wade got along very well with his step-chldn & step-gchldn. Occupation: Registerd Nurse

[NI088209] Worked for many yrs in his fathers gunshop. Received an AE degree from the PA State Univ. in 1962; worked for the Dept. of Defense (NSA). He almost 34 yrs service including 2 yrs in the US Army. In the Army, he was stationed in France & with NSA he traveled frequently to Europe & Asia, mostly to England, Japan, Germany, & Korea. Baptism: East Conemaugh, Cambria Co. PA Occupation: Engineering Specialist.

[NI088210] Taught in the Richland Twp. Cambria Co., PA school system for several yrs before attending Seminary (Grace Breth., Winona Lake, IN) & then becoming a foreign missionary. In 1996 she & other missionaries had to be evacuated from the CAR due to an attempted coup. She & other returned several mo.s later to reestablish the program. Baptism: East Conemaugh, Cambria Co. PA

[NI088217] Her Grandfather Bosser b. in Serbia & his wife b. in Czechoslovakia.

[NI088219] OH He followed his father as a member of the Cleveland Police force. He was given the badge number which had been previously used by his father.

[NI088403] Graduated from OH Northern Univ. Baptism: Riverview Ch., Novelty, OH Occupation: Pharmacist.

[NI088404] Baptism: Riverview Ch., Novelty, OH Occupation: Mechanical Engineer

[NI088405] Graduate of OH Northern Univ. as a Certified Athletic Trainer. Received Masters from GA State Univ. Baptism: Riverview Ch., Novelty, OH Occupation: Sports Medicine.

[NI088406] 1996 she is a student at John Carroll University.

[NI088414] Graduated from the Univ. of MD. She & her hus. lived in Laurel, MD when first m.. She was employed by the Dept. of Defense as an Analyist until resigning in 1973 to raise a family. She became a homemaker but was very active in school associated volunteer work. In 1995 she began to work for the Anne Arundel Co., MD Libary system, first as a Page & then as Information Specialist. Baptism: Washington, DC Occupation: Housewife/Librarian.

[NI088415] Worked for Dept. of Defense (with full security clearance) while still in High School. Employed with a HRB Inc. a subsidiary of Raytheon where he is in charge of computer maintenance & distribution facility. Baptism: Laurel, Prince Georges Co. MD Occupation: Computer Technician.

[NI088416] High school student. More abt DAVID ROBERT VARNER: Baptism: Severna Park, Anne Arundel Co. MD.

[NI088533] Baptism: Riverview Ch., Novelty, OH Occupation: Electrical Technician

[NI088547] d. in infancy

[NI088716] Ship Records "The foreigners whose names are underwritten imported the Ship Edinburgh, James Russel, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Portsmouth in England, did this day take the usual oaths to the Government. By list 163. 360 whole Freights from the Palatinate." Jeremias (X) Bar (with an umlaad) Recorded with wife & one child. Jeremiah lived in Dover Twp. & own a substantial amount of land. He raised 8 chldn, most of whom, survived to adulthood. Jeremiah m. Mary in Lancaster Co., PA

[NI088733] Absolom appears to be m. on the census records. Little is known abt his wife or chldn at present. He was listed a guardian for his step-bro., William, & step-sis., Susanna. He was sued by his step-mother, Catherine, in 1825 for not paying money to care for her minor chldn.

[NI088736] Ludwick was granted Guardianship of his step-bro. William & step-sis., Susanna along with his bro. Absolom. Both were sued by Catherine, Ludwig's widow, in 1825 for not paying the money for the care & upkeep of the chldn.

[NI088739] 1850 Census Southampton Twp., Somerset Co., PA 19 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
8 107 109 Bittinger John 55 M Farmer 100 PA
Bittinger Catharine 54 F PA
Bittinger Conrad 11 M PA
Bittinger Lydia 6 F PA

[NI088741] 1850 census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA
601-94 Bear Elizabeth 42 F PA
Elisha 15 M Labourer PA
Elizabeth 13 F PA
Margaret 11 F PA
John 8 M PA

[NI088742] 1850 Federal Census Summit Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on the 9 Oct 1850 by John H. Smith
31 7 7 Bare Daniel 49 M Farmer 700 Pa
32 7 7 Bare Eliza 29 F Pa
33 7 7 Bare Jonathan 7 M Pa
34 7 7 Bare Mary 5 F Pa
35 7 7 Bare William 4 M Pa
36 7 7 Bare Peter 1 M Pa
37 7 7 Bare Catherine 77 F Pa
1870 Federal Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 15 Jun 1870 Jno. Hicks
4 106 113 Bare Daniel 70 M W Farmer 5,500 1,533 PA.
5 106 113 Bare Eliza 49 F W Keeping House PA
6 106 113 Bare Jonas D. 27 M W Teamster 600 PA.
7 106 113 Bare Mary D. 25 F W Dom. Ser. PA
8 106 113 Bare Peter D. 21 M W Farm Lab. PA.
9 106 113 Bare Catharine D. 18 F W Dom. Ser. PA
10 106 113 Bare Rebecca D. 16 F W Dom. Ser. PA
11 106 113 Bare Daniel D. 12 M W PA
12 106 113 Bare Ezra M. 07 M W PA
13 106 113 Ebaugh Annie M. 06 F W PA
14 106 113 Hay William H. A. 01 M W PA
15 106 113 McIntosh Angus 38 M W Stone Mason Scotland

[NI088746] 1850 census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA
591-31 Bittinger George 51 M Farmer PA
Margaret 38 F PA
Dinah 23 F PA
Lydia 19 F PA
Samuel 18 M Labourer PA
John 17 M Labourer PA
Sarah 14 F PA
Susan 12 F PA
Caroline 8 F PA
Mary 7 F PA
Margaret 5 F PA
Lavinia 3 F PA
Hannah 2 F PA
Engle Lydia 6/12 F PA
Stephanus Nancy 33 F PA
Stephanus Josiah 3 M PA
1870 census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 15 July, 1870 by John H. Lepley
27 5 5 Bittner George 70 M W Farmer 700 200 Pennsylvania
28 5 5 Bittner Rebecca 64 F W Keeping House Pennsylvania
29 5 5 Bittner Lavina 21 F W Pennsylvania
30 5 5 Bittner Hannah 19 F W Pennsylvania
31 5 5 Engle Christina 40 F W Pennsylvania
32 5 5 Engle Lydia 18 F W Pennsylvania

[NI088749] 1850 census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA
601-95 Bear William 37 M Farmer PA
Sarah 34 F PA
Margaret 15 F PA
Eliza 12 F PA
Samuel 11 M PA
Catharine 9 F PA
Daniel 6 M PA
Francis 4 M PA
Isaiah 2 M PA
38 65 60 Baer William 57 M W Farmer 35,000 3,000 Pennsylvania
39 65 60 Baer Sarah 54 F W Keeping House Pennsylvania
40 65 60 Baer Catharine 28 F W Pennsylvania
1 65 60 Baer Isaiah 21 M W Works on Farm Pennsylvania
2 65 60 Baer Edwin 17 M W Works on Farm Pennsylvania
3 65 60 Baer Harriet 14 F W Pennsylvania
4 65 60 Ringler Amanda 07 F W Pennsylvania

[NI088751] 1870 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA 16 Jun 1870 Jno. Hicks
36 110 117 Bowman Jonathan 56 M W Farm Lab. 120 PA.
Bowman Susan 51 F W Keeping House PA
Bowman Daniel 24 M W Farm Lab. PA.
Bowman Ludwick 22 M W Farm Lab. PA.
Bowman Chauncy 18 M W Farm Lab. PA
Bowman Michael 17 M W Farm Lab. PA
Bowman Mary 15 F W Dom. Ser. PA
Bowman Hannah 13 F W Dom. Ser. PA
Bowman Simon 11 M W PA

[NI088761] HERALD OF TRUTH Vol XXXVII # 12 Jun 15 1900 pg 190, 191. THOMAS. On 25 May 1900, Somerset Co, Pa, of whooping cough, Dora May, only child/o Bro Nelson & sis Ellen Thomas aged 1y 9m 25d. Bur 27th at Thomas Menn M H. Funeral conducted by Jonas Blauch, L A Blough & Samuel Gindlesperger.

[NI088762] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
James E Adams Age: 27 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0128 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0146 Co: Cambria, J-town Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Layola M 24, PA
daug Ruth E 03, PA
daug Hazel C NR, PA

[NI088766] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Mary C Hite State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 8154 Color: W Age: 59 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0410 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husb. ImageNum: 01900181 Other Residents:
Son Henery J 22, PA
Son John L 17, PA
Son-in-law Jacob W Kurtz 32, Switzerland
dau. Olivea F S 27, PA
G-son Jacob W 01, PA
Trib Jun 24 1927 Mrs. Mary Catherine Hite, 76, Summoned by Death Had Been Ill of Complications Since Last Mar d. at Home of Son-In-Law & Dau., Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Kurtz, 3251/2 Market St. Returned to Johnstown from Akron,OH, 4 wks Ago, Native of Benscreek. wo Capt. H. J. Hite, Civil War Vet. b. Dec 11 1850 Benscreek, Somerset Co., d/o John M. & Nancy (Inscho) Litz. Her parents removed to this city making their home at Dibert & Franklin St.s when she was very young. Her father was a well-known blacksmith employed by the Cambria Iron Co. & was among those who lost their lives in the Johnstown flood. survived by 37 gchldn 9 ggchldn & chldn; Nancy E., w/o W.L.Horner, 844 Bedford Str.; Sarah A., w/o W.E.Himes,Sr. Lemon & Dewey Str.; Mary E., w/o Daniel Gramling, 330 Strayer St., Dale; Florence J. w/o Robert K. Smith, Youngstown, OH; Mabel C. w/o Robert T. Rudge, 923 Lemon St.; Olive F.S. w/o Jacob Kurtz; Caroline L. w/o D.S. Rigby, Boyer St., Cooperdale; Blanche L. w/o George R. Yen- hert, Akron, OH; Henry J. Akron, OH & John L., Kennedy Ave. 3 bro.: John M. Litz, Lorain, OH, Robert Litz, Youngstown, OH & William Litz, Clayton, OH. 4 bro.s, Earl,Ebb, Thomas & James, & sis. Christina Litz preceded the deceased to the grave. Mrs. Hite was a life-long mem. of Beulah Evan. Ch., Dale. An active mem. of Women's Relief corp., Emory Fisher Post No. 30, G.A.R. The body will be removed today to the home of Mr. & Mrs. W.E.Himes, Lemon & Dewey St.s until tomorrow 1;30 pm when it will be taken to Beulah Evan. Ch. where it will be in state for 1 hr. funeral serv.s 2:30 pm by Rev.F.E. Hetrick, presiding elder, assisted by Rev. J.Q.A. Curry, Rev.F.D. Ellenberger & Rev. B.E. Coleman. 6 gsons will serve as pallbearers.

[NI088767] Trib,1909 Capt. Henry Jackson HITE, 68,identified with 1 of the oldest families of this vicinity, d. last eve. at his home, Lemon St., Dale Boro, after a long illness, heart trouble & paralysis. condition became critical some 2 wks ago. s/o Jeremiah & Sarah Jane BORDER HITE & b. 1841 Davidsville, Somerset Co. bro. of Mrs. David G. McCULLOUGH, Altoona; Charles HITE a printer, Ellsworth KS; John L. Hite, 8th Ward, & Wood HITE, 6th Ward. Henry J. HITE began work in the Cambria Mills, leaving there Jan 1861, to go to the front with one of the 1st co. to leave this city after the 1st call of Pres. Lincoln for volunteers. He was assigned to Co. K, 3rd Reg., PA. Volunteers., under Capt. John P. Suter, & serv. 3 mos. Feb 1863, Mr. HITE enlisted as 1st Sgt. under Capt. William Linton, Co. M, 12th PA Cavalry, serv. until the surrender of Lee Sep 1865. mem. of Emory Fisher Post30, Grand Army of the Rep. 1869 he & Mary Catherine LITZ, d/o John LITZ, m. Johnstown by Rev. Aaron H. Thomas, Franklin St. M.E. Ch. Mrs. HITE survives hus. with chldn: Nancy, w/o Lemon HORNER, Bedford St., Dale; Sara, w/o William E. HIMES, Lemon St., Dale; Mary E., w/o Daniel GRAMLING, Strayer St.; Florence J., w/o R. K. SMITH, Barclay St.; Mabel, w/o Robert RUDGE, Coleman Ave.; Olive F. S., w/o Jacob KURTZ, Highland Ave.; Caroline L., w/o Daniel RIGBY, Lemon St.; Blanche, w/o George R. YEHNERT, Messenger St., & Henry J. Jr. & John L. HITE at home. 19 gchldn. funeral serv. 2 pm Thu, Beulah U.E. Ch. which he was a mem. His pastor, Rev. C. D. Slagle. Bur. Grandview Cem. The pallbearers will be selected from the Emory Fisher Post G.A.R. Many yrs ago, Capt. Hite conducted a flour & feed store on Clinton St., but since the Great Flood 1889 he had been employed as a watchman at the Gauiter mills".

[NI088768] Tri-Demo Dec 20 1927 "Ephraim Reighard, 75, expires: Resident of Conemaugh Twp Passed Away Yesterday; Bur. Thur. Ephriam W. REIGHARD, a well known resident, Mineral Point, whose health had been impaired for some wks, passed away at his farm in Conemaugh Twp, about 1 pm yesterday in his 76th yr. His death was do to a complication of diseases. The deceased was a member of the Mineral Point Meth. Eposcopal Ch. for many yrs. Funeral services will be held at the Reighard home Thur. 2:30 pm by Rev. Arnold Beggs, of Mineral Point Meth. Episcopal Ch., with interment in the cem. at Wesley Chapel. b. Aug 12 1852, Reighard farm near Mineral Point s/o Samuel & Eliza (GIFFIN)Reighard who have been dead for some yrs. Ephraim Reighard bro. of Mrs. George GOOD, who was killed in a trolley wreck at Echo in Aug 1916, while en route to Woodland Park, near Ebensburg, to attend a family reunion. Ephraim Reighard was a staunch Republican and served his party in Conemaugh Twp as Assessor School Director, Twp Road Supervisor, Justice of the Peace & Judge of Elections. All his life active in ch. work, last yr Mr. Reighard rounded out 50 yrs in Sun. school work in the Mineral Point M. E. Ch. by representing the Sun. school at a convention in Erie. He & Miss Amelia Thomas m. May 18 1876 Mineral Point , by late Rev Dr. Marcelius D. Lichliter, a Meth. minister, who passed away at Harrisburg 10 yrs ago today. Mr. Reighard survived by widow & chldn: Mrs. G. T. MECKLEY, Conemaugh; Mrs. W. C. BERKEBILE, Conemaugh Twp; Jessie Reighard, at home; James T. Reighard, Mineral Point; Walter G. & Robert W. Reighard, Conemaugh; Ethel & Eunice Reighard, at home, & Ward Reighard, a student at PA State College. 18 gchldn & 7 ggchldn survive."

[NI088769] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Jordan S Grove State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0111 Color: W Age: 53 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0017 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husb. ImageNum: 01660136 Other Residents:
Wife Kate J 46, PA
dau. Della 18, PA
dau. Ada 15, PA
Son Glenford 09, PA
Johnstown Trib-Demo, Dec 11 1934 "Jordan S. GROVE, Mineral Point Has Passed Away; Janitor at School. Jordan S. Grove, a well-known resident of Mineral Point, passed away early this morn. at the Mem. Hosp., where he had been a patient since Nov 22. His death was due to a compliction of ailments, including heart trouble. Mr. Grove was in his 79th yr. b. Jackson Twp Jul 7 1856, s/o Henry & Sarah (PLUMMER) Grove. His father passed away in 1901, his mother in 1920. Jordan S. Grove bro. of Miss Ida B. Grove, Mineral Point, Albert Grove, Glenn St., Morrellville, & Asbury Grove, Barclay St., Kernville, Harry Grove, another bro. of Jordan Grove, d. Mineral Point Dec 1933. 3 sis.s also preceded him to the grave. They were Mrs. Matilda ANDERSON, Mrs. Jane SELL & Miss Alice Grove. Mr. Grove & Catherine STUTZMAN, d/o Daniel & Mary Ann (COBAUGH) Stutzman, were m. in the Dunkard parsonage at Wesley Chapel on Feb 9 1882, the ceremony having been performed by the late Rev. Stephen Hildebrand. 8 chldn b. to Mr. & Mrs. Grove, 3 of them, Blanche, Aden, & an infant, having expired some time ago. living are Viola, w/o Leroy HUNT, 5th Ward; Della, w/o Harry STOREY, Jeannette; Glenn Grove, Brookdale, intermarried with Helen THOMAS, & William & Ada Grove both at home. Mr. Grove is also survived by 9 gchldn & a ggson, the latter residing in Jeannette. The death of Mrs. Grove occurred Sep 18 1921. For some 40 yrs Mr. Grove was track foreman at the Argyle Coal Co.'s mines in South Fork before he became the janitor of the Mineral Point School about 8 yrs ago. At 1 time Mr. Grove served as a member of the school board. Many yrs ago Mr Grove served as a deacon in the former Stutzman Ch. that stood in the vicinity of Mineral Point, but later he became affiliated with the Progressive Brethren Ch., Conemaugh. Mr Grove was a member of Vinco Council, No 994, Jr. O.U.A.M., Mineral Point. Funeral services will be conducted at the Grove home at 2:30 pm Thursday by Rev. George H. Jones, a former pastor of the deceased. Interment will be in Wesley Chapel Cem."

[NI088771] VARNER - Ira Stanford Jr., 57, Alexandria, VA d Oct 1 1975 b Apr 13 1918, Johnstown, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Ira S. Varner Sr. Preceded in death by parents & a bro. Survived by widow, former Virginia WOOLCOCK, & chldn: Douglas, Janice & Constance, all of Alexandria. Graduate Johnstown High School & University of Pittsburgh. Retired Dec 31 1974 from the U. S. Gov. Dept. of Defense, Ft. Belvoir, VA Friends receive from 2-4 & 7-9 pm Sat. & Sun. in Everly-Wheatly Funeral Home, Alexandria, where services will be held 10 am Mon. Ira's mother's maiden name was: Mabel EDMISTON

[NI088772] Lancaster, PA newspaper: "Bernard Mickel, 72, retired millwright Bernard D., 714 Water Edge Road, Lititz, d Thur. Aug 13 1998 at Essa Flory Hospice Ctr following a brief illness. Mickel was retired from Armstrong World Industires, where he worked 27 yrs as a millwright. A vet of WW II, he served in the U.S. Army Air Forces and was discharged from the Air Force in 1951, having served in the Pacific. He was an aerial gunner with the 2114th AAF base Unit, & flew 49 missions in B-24 bombers. Mickel was a member of Lancaster Leiderkrantz, Amer. Legion Post 34, & VFW Post 9. He enjoyed woodworking & assembling vintage WW II airplane models. b. Johnstown, s/o Charles L. & Ella M. (RODDY) MICKEL. m. Ann E. (DAMBECK) MICKEL for 52 yrs on July 13th. Surviving in addition to his wife dau., Deborah A., w/o Thomas E. FUSS, Manheim; 2 sons, Craig A., m. Susan (MINNEY) MICKEL, & Kirk D. MICKEL, both of Lancaster; 4 gchldn; a ggdau.; 6 bro.s, Harold, Alum Bank; Ronald A., Canon Station; James R. & Thomas M., both Altoona; Wayne A., Parkesburg; & Darryl A., FL; & a sis,, Cheryl J. MACAK, Newburg." bur. from Fred F. Groff Funeral Home of Lancaster, PA; interment in St. Joseph New Catholic Cem., Lancaster, PA

[NI088773] The Daily Trib, Johnstown Aug 15 1939 "MRS HILDEBRAND, MOXHAM CALLED Stricken with paralysis 4 mos ago, Mrs. Ella Jane (BEAM) HILDEBRAND, 70, w/o John C. Hildebrand of 727 Highland Ave., d. yesterday 4:20 pm Mem. Hosp. a patient since April 13. Funeral services will be conducted at the late residence Thur. 2:30 pm by Rev. S. W. Pearce, pastor of the Conemaugh Ch. of the Breth. Bur. Grandview Cem., under the direction of Carl E. Davis of Conemaugh. Ella J. BEAM b. May 29 1869 in Conemaugh Twp, Cambria Co. d/o David & Mary Ann (SHIREY) BEAM. m. J. C. Hildebrand Sep 29 1887. The couple resided in Woodvale at the time of the 1889 Flood, their home being destroyed. They located in Moxham soon after the Flood & since had made their home there. The deceased was a member of the Moxham Ch. of the Breth. In addition to her husband, leaves chldn: Mrs. Helen GILL, 727 Highland Ave; Harry G. Hildebrand, Johnstown; John E. & Phyllis Hildebrand, Wyandotte, MI; Mrs. Lillian SCHAD, Lakewood, O; & Earl D. Hildebrand, Winchester, VA a sis. of Mrs. Bessie LAMBERT 732 Franklin St.; Mrs. Henrietta DICK, Conemaugh, & George Beam, Bon Air. also 17 gchldn & 9 ggchldn."

[NI088778] EDMONDS- Mrs. Ida, 82, 319 Baumer St, formerly of 585 Bedford St, d. 11:30 pm Dec. 31, 1954, Mem. Hosp. b. Johnstown Jul 22 1872, d/o Jacob & Amelia (SEELEY)Mangus. Preceded in death by 1st hus., William BERRINGER; 2nd hus., George EDMONDS, & dau., Mrs. Clara, w/o Charles WHITE. Survived by these children: James A. BERRINGER, 706 Pickworth St; Mrs. Jessie STENGER, 461 Stone St. & Helen, w/o Robert B. HORNER, 319 Baumer St with whom she resided. Sis. of Benjamin F. MANGUS, 216 Barron Ave, & Mrs. Catherine WISE, Philadelphia. Also 15 gchldn & 28 ggchldn. Member of Trinity Luth. Ch. Friends received in Geisel Funeral Home, where service will be held 2 pm Tue., Rev. Harold Rowe, Interment, Grandview Cem.
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Ida Edmonds State: PA Enumeration District: 0134 Color: W Age: 37 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0142 Co.: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01250130 Other Residents:
Son James Berringer 17, PA ( SS 30 12 1892 - 1 1967 J-town )
Dau. Helen Edmonds 0-, NR
1 non-relative

[NI088780] MANGUS,Benjamin F.Sr., 80 of 216 Barron Ave d. 12:20 am Dec 11 1956, at home. b. Johnstown Oct 7 1876, s/o Jacob & Amelia (SEELEY) Mangus. Preceded in death by wife, Susanna, Oct 23 1955, & a son, Crescent, 1928. Survived chldn: Samuel, Baltimore, MD; Mrs Minne ZIMMERMAN, Hyattsville, MD, Mrs. Sarah SCHUBERT, 148 Stone St; Benjamin Jr., 253 Sherwood Dr.; 5 gchldn & 2 ggchldn; a sis., Mrs. Katherine WISE, Edgewood. Former leader of pipe coverers at Bethlehem Steel Co., where he was pensioned Sept 1955. Member of Calvary Meth. Ch. Family will receive friends from 2-4 & 7-9 pm Wed. & Thu. at A,A. Wagner Funeral Home, where service will be held at 1pm Fri., Rev. Albert Skoog. Intermient, Grandview Cem.
Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Benjamin Mangus State: PA Enumeration District: 0139 Color: W Age: 34 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0178 County: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Husband ImageNum: 03170581 Other Residents:
Wife Susan 30, Pennsylvania
Son Samuel F 08, Pennsylvania
Son Webster C 05, Pennsylvania
Daughter Minnie 02, Pennsylvania
Daughter Mildred NR, Pennsylvania

[NI088782] Johnstown Trib-Demo, Jan 29 1961 CALVIN ADAMS, 69, 673 Cooper Ave, Johnstown, passed away 3:25 am, Jan 20 1961, Lee Hosp. b Sep 16 1891, Johnstown, s/o George F. & Erma (Stiffler) Adams. Preceded in death by parents. Survived by widow, former Lucy Claar, & chldn: Kenneth G., m. Florence Neral, Johnstown; Erma, m. Russell Zallar, Cramer, & June, m. Arthur Smith, 620 Cooper Ave, Johnstown; 8 gchldn. Bro. of Mrs. Ethel Rowland, Mrs. Sadie Whysong, Mrs. Hazel Lane & Mrs. Olive Davis, all of Johnstown. Member of Cooper Avenue EUB Ch. & Post 294, Amer. Legion. Vet. of WW I. Friends were received at Pentrack Funeral Home, Broad St., where services were conducted 2 pm Thu., Rev. Allen W. Reed, officiating. Interment followed in Benshoff Cem.

[NI088783] Johnstown Trib Mar 6 1911 THE DEATH ROLL Mrs. David H. Miller A complication of diseases caused the death of Mrs. Della Laufer Miller, w/o David H. Miller, at her home, No. 135 Spruce St., Franklin on Sat. afternoon. The deceased was 31 yrs & 8 mos old. Mrs. Miller b. Portage d/o Mr. & Mrs. Frank Laufer, of that place & a sis Miss Mabel Laufer & the Messrs Ralph & Dewey Laufer, at home; Norman & Ronald Laufer, Portage; Arthur, Franklin, & Mrs. William Shaffer, Bedford Co. She is also survived by her husb & chldn: Nina, Edna, William, & Primer. Mrs. Miller was memb Conemaugh Progressive Breth. Ch., & Rev. Mr. Platt, pastor will conduct funeral serv from the Conemaugh Ch 2:30 pm Wed. Bur Headrick's Cem. Mrs Miller was also memb Protected Home Circle of Conemaugh. Note: "Laufer" should be spelled "Lauffer" & "Primer" should be "Trimer."

[NI088784] Sarah (Noon) Wendell 1927 widow of David Wendell & mother of Miss Grace Katherine Wendell, who passed away only 3 wks ago, d. at the Wendell home, 722 Pine St., 7th Ward at 3:30 this morn. b. Salix d/o Samuel Noon & Catherine (Wissinger) Noon. Her hus. d. abt 20 yrs ago. He was employed as a heater for the Cambria Steel Co. she is survived by 1 bro, Samuel Noon, Salix: 1 sis, Mrs. Barbara Orris, Cedar St., & chldn: William, Tacoma, WA:Irvin,, Elyria, OH: Mrs. Richard Berriman, 724 Pine St.; Mrs. D. Hall Wendel, Oak St. & Elizabeth Wendell, at home. 13 gchldn & 1 ggchld also survive. Funeral services will be conducted at the Wendell home Fri. 2:30 pm. Rev A. A. Hilleary of the 1st Evan. Ch., of which the deceased was a member for many years will officiate. Interment will be in Grandview Cem.

[NI088785] Daily Trib May 281934 Charles Ira Potter, 14, s/o Mrs Vera (Conrad) Potter & the late Ira S. Potter d. yesterday morn. at Mercy Hosp. where he had been a medical patient since May 12. His death was due to complications of ailments. His father, as an employee of the Cambria plant of the Bethlehem Steel Corp., d. here 3 yrs ago, Charles Ira Potter attended school in Moxham & was affliated with both the 1st Breth. Ch. & Sun. school. Funeral services will be held at the Potter home, 903 Coleman Ave, Moxham 2:30 tomorrow by Rev Charles Ashman, his pastor with interment in Grandview Cem. In addition to his mother he is survived by these sibs, Thomas m., of Moxham, Russell, Edwin, Earl, Ira, Dorothy, & Shirley Potter , all at home.

[NI088786] Mrs.Iva Grace, 69, South Fork R.D.1, d. 7:20 am Apr 6 1964 Lee Hosp. b. Apr 19 1894 South Fork, d/o Hiram & Izora (Kauffman)Yoder. Survived by hus. William Aaron Burkey, chldn; Hazel, w/o Harry Lohr, SouthFork, Virginia, w/o Harold Bowser, Altoona, Iva, w/o Rudy Balko, Southfork & Melvin E., Stafford Springs, CT; 16 gchldn 3 ggchldn. Sis of Elsie Allenbaugh, Turtle Creek, Hiram R. & Mrs. Martha Cessna both South Fork, Mrs Virgie Davis, Irwin; Milton R., Somerset Mrs Bertha Smay, Portage & Inze Gilpatrick & Mrs. Hazel Krajewski both, South Fork. Family will receive friends after 2 pm Tue. at George Funeral Home, South Fork where services will be held 2 pm Thu., Rev. M.C.Leventry.Interment at Mt.Hope Cem.

[NI088788] 1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 11, 1860
411 21 2687 2724 Stull David D 24 M laborer 125 PA
411 22 2686 2724 Stull Fanny 29 F
411 23 2687 2724 Stull Elizabeth 3 F PA
411 24 2687 2724 Stull Samuel H 2 M PA
411 25 2687 2724 Stull Josiah 4/12 PA
411 26 2687 2724 Hoefman Daniel 15 M laborer PA

[NI088789] Obit Johnstown Trib Mar 1914 (both beginning & end of this item are missing) ....home on Solomon Rd., Walnut Grove in her 83rd yr. She had not been enjoying good health for 1 1/2 yr but was able to be about her home until 3 wks ago. Her death was due to a complication of ailments. The funeral will take place Sat. morn. The remains will be lifted at the house 9;30 & services will be conducted at Weaver Men. Ch., near Geistown by Rev. L. E. Haviland, of Trinity Evan. Ch.. Bur. will be at the Ch. Cem. she d/o the late Mr. & Mrs. Frederick MARTZ & b. Richland Twp, this Co. fall of 1831. She & David D. STULL m. 1855 by Rev. Abraham Stutzman of the Evan. Ch., & lived there until their removal to this city 5 yrs ago. Mrs. STULL survived by hus., 4 sons, 5 dau.s, 16 gchldn 21 ggchldn. sons & dau.s: Samuel M., is in the west; Josiah D., 17th Ward (Walnut Grove); Uriah D., Dale Borough; David A., Salix; Elizabeth, w/o James CLINGER, Walnut Grove; Martha, w/o George WORTHINGTON, Bedford St.; Rebecca A., w/o Daniel MILLER, Cliff St., Dale; Sarah, w/o James DETWILER, Franklin Boro, & Christina, w/o Albert MARCH, Woodvale Ave, 11th Ward. Mrs. Stull was a member of the Evan. Ch. sis. of David MARTZ, who death occurred a few yrs ago the 5th Ward. He was the last of her brothers to pass......(rest of item is missing)

[NI088790] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 14 Nov by Henry Cook
20 205 213 IMMARTZ Frederick 58 M Farmer GERMANY
21 205 213 IMMARTZ Elizabeth 56 F PA
22 205 213 IMMARTZ Joseph 23 M Farmer 600 PA
23 205 213 IMMARTZ Frances 18 F PA
24 205 213 IMMARTZ Rebecca 13 F PA

[NI088791] Johnstown Paper (1928) ROBERT MERLE VARNER, AGED 15 YRS, EXPIRES Elton lad a victim of heart trouble; Bro. of Moxham man SALIX, May 21, expired of heart trouble at the home of his parents, Grant & Sallie (Orr) Varner, Elton, 5 this morning. The lad had been ailing for quite a long time. b. Mar 25 1913. In addition to his parents is survived by bro.s & sis.s: Roy Varner, Moxham, Johnstown; James Varner, Youngstown OH; Edgar Varner, Swissvale; Mrs. J. H. Gregory & Mrs. A. E.Gregory, Youngstown, OH; sis. Ruth d. 1915, & bro. Harold, 1917. Funeral services will be conducted Fri. afternoon. The party will leave the home for the Un. Evan. Ch. at Elton 1:30 pm The services at the Ch. Rev. J. D. Hammer, of Ligonier. Bur. Mt. Hope Cem. Undertaker Howard Barefoot, Salix, had prepared the body for bur.

[NI088792] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Levi Leidy State: PA Dist: 0117 Color: W Age: 62 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0364 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02680670 Other Residents:
Wife Matilda 57, PA
Son Howard 33, PA
Son Blair 26, PA
Son George 22, PA
Son Ira 16, PA
Mother Rebeca Funk 82, PA
gdau Bessie Singer 16, PA

[NI088794] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Harry Leidy State: PA Dist: 0111 Color: W Age: 39 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0082 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02680538 Other Residents:
Wife Avilla M 28, PA
Son Harry C 09, PA
Son George A 07, PA
Dau Elsie L 05, PA
Son Lester C 03, PA
Dau Ruth M NR, PA
1 non-relative

[NI088800] 1850 Census Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA 22 Oct Henry Cook
27 213 242 Cover Alexander 41 M Farmer Pa
Cover Sarah 33 F Pa
Cover Benjamin F. 12 M Pa
Cover Silas 10 M Pa
Cover Jacob 7 M Pa
Cover Worthington 5 M Pa
Cover John 3 M Pa
Cover Sarah 5/12 F Pa
Henry Ruth 49 F Pa

[NI088804] 1850 Federal Census Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA 21 Oct Henry Cook
31 00 236 Cover Daniel 28 M Wagen Maker Pa
32 00 236 Cover Catherine A. 22 F Pa

[NI088805] 1850 Federal Census Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA 21 Oct Henry Cook
20 176 198 Cover Jacob 26 M Wagonmaker Pa
21 176 198 Cover Margaret 28 F Pa
22 176 198 Cover Daniel A. 2 M Pa
23 176 198 Cover Mary J. 8/12 F Pa
24 176 198 Teeter Margaret 72 F Pa

[NI088818] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Irvin Kelly State: PA Dist: 0158 Color: W Age: 29 B- Pl: PA Visit: 0191 Co: Cambria Relation: Husb ImageNum: 02380071 Other Residents:
Wife Rebecca 30, PA

[NI088834] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Arthur C Hildebrand State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0105 Color: W Age: 25 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0039 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husb. ImageNum: 01960207 Other Residents:
Wife Lilly 19, PA
Son Evan K NR, PA

[NI088840] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Charles M Edmiston State: PA Enumeration District: 0141 Color: W Age: 28 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0382 Co.: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01240961 Other Residents:
Wife Sophia E 23, PA
Dau. Hazel V 05, PA
Dau. Martha J 03, PA
Dau. Helen J 01, PA

[NI088853] Trib-Demo Sep 6 1927 Conemaugh Watchman Expires Age 69 George W. Wertz Stricken Suddenly at Home; b. Blair Co. George W. Wertz, 150 4th St., Conemaugh, night watchman of the U.S. Savings & Trust Co., & a pensioner of the Cambria works, d. 1:25 am yest. morn.& failed to rally. s/o the late John & Christina Vanalleman Wertz. survived by widow, Mrs. Catherine Krouse Wertz, & children: John Wertz, at home; Lillie, w/o George Bowers, Conemaugh; Mary, w/o John Botteicher, Conemaugh; Earl & Goldie, Conemaugh; Charles Wertz, 1330 Franklin St.; Walter (Pete) & Bessie, at home. Mr. Wertz was a bro. of Martin Wertz, Altoona, & Mrs. Kate Bouslough, Hollidaysburg, He was a mem. of the Conemaugh U.B. Ch. & Lodge No. 720, POSofA. Funeral services will be conducted 2:30 pm Thur aft. in the Conemaugh U.B. Ch. in charge Rev. M. M. Houser, assisted by Rev. Charles White, Huntingdon, a former pastor. Interment in Headrick cem. The funeral party will leave the house 2 pm. (Rev. White is the father of the future w/o Walter (Pete) Wertz.)

[NI088854] Johnstown Trib Obit of Mary E. Botteicher BOTTEICHER - Mrs. Mary E. (Mayme), 82, 333 Park Ave., (Johnstown, PA) d. Jul 26 1970, Raymond Hosp. b. Aug 11 1887, East Conemaugh, d/o George E. (this is incorrect - it is George W. ) Wertz & Katherine (Krouse) Wertz. Preceded in death by parents; hus., John; 2 chldn (Marguerite Eileen & Elroy Marion) 3 bro. (John, Earl, & Charles), & 4 sis. (Rosie, Daisie, Lillie Bowers, & Goldie Lydic). Survived chldn: Helen, m. William Goughnour, 333 Park Ave., Wayne W., 226 Locust St., Conemaugh; J. Gerald, 1604 Alfa Ave., Conemaugh, & W. Lee, 314 3rd St., Conemaugh. 7 gchldn 13 ggchldn. Bro. of Walter L. Wertz, McKeesport, & Miss Bessie Ray Wertz, Conemaugh. Member of Conemaugh U-M Ch. & the WSCS of the Ch. Friends received 7-9 pm Mon & 2-4 & 7-9 Tue at the Picking-Treece-Bennett Mortuary, where service will be held 2:30 pm Wed, Rev. Kenneth Polen. Interment, Headrick's Cem.

[NI088882] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Leroy Hunt State: PA Enumeration District: 0125 Color: W Age: 29 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0067 Co.: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02020533 Other Residents:
Wife Viola M 25, PA
Dau. Ethel Lecine 05, PA

[NI088893] was a pioneer saddler of this place, fell from a cherry tree on the Hite farm 1858 & d. internal injuries 14 dys later. His wife d/o Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Border, Bedford Co.

[NI088896] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
William E Himes State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 8154 Color: W Age: 36 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0417 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husb. ImageNum: 02010235 Other Residents:
Wife Sarah A 35, PA
Son William A 14, PA
Son Francis R 11, PA
dau. Dorthy B 05, PA

[NI088897] Johnstown trib demo Wed Jan 13, 1965 Two sis.s who were memb.s of an old-line Johnstown family have d within a wk. They were Mrs. Florence J. Smith, 85, of Lawndale, CA. formerly of Kernville, & Mrs. Mary Gramling, 88, of 330 Arthur St. They were dau.s of the late Capt. Henry J. & Mary Catherine (Litz) Hite. A bro. of the 2 women, Henry Hite, d last Nov, OH. Mrs Smith's death occured Dec. 24 & that of her sis. on Dec. 31

[NI088898] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Daniel Gramling State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 8154 Color: W Age: 42 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0126 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husb. ImageNum: 01750357 Other Residents:
Wife Mary E 33, PA
Son Roy H 14, PA
Son Irvin R 08, PA
Son George H 06, PA
dau. Catherine A 04, PA
Son Harold D 11, PA
Gramling - Daniel, 83, 330 Arthur St., Dale d evening of May 12 1951, Mem. Hosp.. b Sep 4 1867, s/o George & Catherine (Paul) Gramling. Survived by widow Mary (Hite) Gramling, & chldn: Roy H., 1725 Goucher St.; Irvin R., 1128 Bedford St.; Donald, 1080 Berg St.; Carl, 1603 Bedford St.; Ruth w/o Frank Wertz, 1132 Bedford St., & George H., Catherine & Harold all at home; 11 gchldn. Retired carpenter. Served on Dale Borough School Board & borough council. memb. of Homestead Ave. EUB Ch. & active in Ch. work. Friends received in Geisel Funeral Home until 1:00 pm Tue, when remains will be removed to Homestead Ave. EUB Ch. for funeral serv. 2 pm Rev. George Biggs; bur. Richland Cem.

[NI088899] Johnstown trib demo Wed Jan 13, 1965 Two sis.s who were memb.s of an old-line Johnstown family have d within a wk. They were Mrs. Florence J. Smith, 85, of Lawndale, CA. formerly of Kernville, & Mrs. Mary Gramling, 88, of 330 Arthur St. They were dau.s of the late Capt. Henry J. & Mary Catherine (Litz) Hite. A bro. of the 2 women, Henry Hite, d last Nov, OH. Mrs Smith's death occured Dec. 24 & that of her sis. on Dec. 31

[NI088911] 1850 Federal Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA 11 Oct Henry Cook
41 7 7 Reighard Samuel 42 M Farmer 700 Pa
Reighard Eliza A. 35 F Pa

[NI088931] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Harry Moore Age: 23 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0144 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0183 County: Somerset Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Wife Emma 22, PA
Son Edward J 02, PA
Daughter Lydia A NR, PA
HARRY W. MOORE 71 , Friedens, d Fri night at Somerset Comm. Hosp. b Jefferson Twp , Jun 30 1886, s/o John A. & Mary Geisel Moore. He was a retired coal miner & a memb Jerome U.M.W.A. Surviving are the following chldn: Edward Moore, Johnstown; Alice Moore King , Oakfield, NY; Mae Tanner, Edmon; Vola Lantz, Saltsburg; Emery Moore, Oakfield, NY. The following bros & sis's survive: Elizabeth Good, Waynesburg; Nancy McGee ,Acosta; Annie Stufft, Hooverville; Minerva Frampton & Goldie Sarver, Somerset; Harrison ,Windber; Charles, Garrett; Cyrus, IN; Joseph, Somerset; & S.E. Moore, Friedens, with whom he resided. 29 gchldn 18 ggchldn also survive. Friends received at Walter S. Hoffman funeral home where brief servs will be conducted Mon 2 pm ; & an addition serv at 3:00 pm in Bethany E.U.B. Ch. Bur. Ch. Cem., Rev. Walter T. Boring of the Acosta Ch. of God officiating.

[NI088952] Johnstown Trib-Demo Fri Jan 27 1956, pg 24 HILDEBRAND - Harry G., 67, NY City, d Jan 24 1956. b. Apr 4 1888, Johnstown, s/o John C. & Ellen (Beam) Hildebrand. Preceded in death by wife, Annie I. Kelley. Survived by these chldn: Harry E., 506 Bernard St; Nell, w/o Alfred Wesner, 221 Lincoln St; Merle Ray, Albert & Erlene, all NY City; Mrs. Mary Loughry, Baltimore, MD & Sgt. 1/C Glenn, Ft. Knox, KY; 2 bros & 3 sis'; Earl, Winchester, VA; John, Wyandotte, MI; Mrs. Lillian Schad, Lakewood, OH; Mrs. Phyllis Dann, Detroit, MI & Mrs. Helen Gill, 333 Arthur St; 10 gchldn; 2 ggchldn. Friends received in Stephen J. Conway Funeral Home, where serv will be at 1 pm Sat, Rev. Elmer A.R.Schultz. Bur Grandview Cem.

[NI088955] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Earl Hildebrand State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0161 Color: W;W Age: 15 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0211 Co.: Cambria Relation: Boarder ImageNum: 01960220 Other Residents:
Husb. Louman Croyle

[NI088967] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Oliver Aukerman Age: 35 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0158 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0087 Co: Cambria Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Millie 33, PA
Daughter Annie E 14, PA
Son Olivar F 12, PA
Son Elmer E 10, PA
Son Howard 07, PA
Daughter Margaret M 03, PA

[NI088994] J-town Trib-Demo, Fri 12 Oct 2001. Zallar, Russell L, 83, Cramer. Serv 11 am Fri at Francis G Ozog Funeral Home Inc, Broad St, Rev Joseph Maurizio. Bur St Therese Cem.

[NI089025] 1870 Census Larimer Twp., Somerset Co., PA Sep 2, 1870 By Lewis G. Dom.
12 151 154 Bear Ludwick 48 M W Farmer 400 PA
Bear Isabelle 31 F W Keeping House PA
Bear Mary E. 15 F W At Home PA
Bear George 12 M W At Home PA
Bear Solomon 11 M W At Home PA
Bear Daniel 09 M W PA
Bear Anna 07 F W PA
Bear Henry 04 M W PA
Bear James 02 M W PA
Bear Elenore 1/12 F W PA Apr
Carrie Anthony 40 M W Laborer on RR 150 Ireland
Carrie Ellen 21 F W Keeping House Ireland
Carrie Julia 03 F W Ohio
Carrie Mary 02 F W PA
Carrie Patrick 5/12 M W PA Dec

[NI089028] 1850 census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA
596-59 Deal Peter 61 M Labourer PA
Mary 60 F PA
Peter 22 M PA
Long Daniel 9 M PA

[NI089038] 1850 census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA
592-32 Hutzel Jonas 29 M Labourer PA
Leana 23 F PA
Catharine 3 F PA
Elizabeth 4 F PA
Josiah 2 M PA
Edwin 7/12 M PA
Elizabeth 69 F MD

[NI089049] 1850 census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA
589-15 Deal Jacob 60 M Farmer PA
Susan 56 F PA
Joel 19 M Labourer PA
Jacob 16 M Labourer PA
Harriet 14 F PA
Lavena 12 F PA
Weimer Samuel 18 M Labourer PA

[NI089052] 1870 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA 21 Jun 1870 Jno. Hicks
Gumbert John 38 M W Farmer 5,000 930 Prussia Ger
Gumbert Margaret 35 F W Keeping House PA
1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA J. R. Boose Pg 30, 18 & 19 Jun 1880
3 30 243B 35 277 295 Gumbert John J W M 48 Farmer PA PA PA
Gumbert Margaret W F 45 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Gumbert Sarah C W F 7 dau PA PA PA
Gumbert Annie E W F 3 dau PA PA PA
Shafer Conrad W M 37 Brother Laborer PA PA PA
Koaye George M W M 15 Adopted Works on farm Germany Germany Germany

[NI089060] 1870 census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 3 Aug 1870 by John H. Lepley
8 36 33 Baer Francis 23 M W Farmer 8,000 500 Pennsylvania
9 36 33 Baer Catharine 20 F W Keeping House Pennsylvania
10 36 33 Geiger Herman 14 M W Works on Farm Pennsylvania

[NI089062] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Isaiah Baer State: PA Enumeration District: 0139 Color: W Age: 62 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0035 County: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00420460 Other Residents:
Wife Elizabeth 55, Pennsylvania
Daughter Rosa Lint 32, Pennsylvania
Daughter Martha Keefer 20, Pennsylvania
Daughter Grace 15, Pennsylvania
Grandson Elmer Lint 09, Pennsylvania
Granddaughter Martha 04, Pennsylvania
Son-in-law Frank E Keefer 23, Pennsylvania

[NI089078] 1850 Census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA
593-38 Miller Peter D. 42 M Farmer PA
Maria 39 F PA
Sarah 11 F PA
Lydia 9 F PA
John 8 M PA
Catharine 7 F PA
Fanny 5 F PA
Jacob 3 M PA
Jesse 1 M PA
Joel 9/12 M PA
1870 census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA 5 Aug 1870 John H. Lepley
23 83 78 Miller Peter D. 61 M W Farmer 25,000 1,500 PA
Miller Mariah 59 F W Keeping House PA
Miller John 27 M W Farmhand PA
Miller Jacob 22 M W Farmhand PA
Miller Jesse 21 M W Farmhand PA
Miller Joel 20 M W Farmhand PA
Miller Catharine 24 F W PA
Miller Ellen 19 F W PA
Miller Elizabeth 17 F W PA
Garletz Jacob 42 M W Farmhand PA
Garletz Jesse 14 M W PA
Garletz Hamilton 12 M W PA
Garletz Amanias 10 M W PA
MIller Nancy 19 F W PA

[NI089084] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Levi Shockey Age: 38 State: PA Color: W Enumeration Dist: 0149 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0010 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Ellen 34, PA
Daughter Edith May 11, PA
Daughter Cora Belle 10, PA
Son William Henry 09, PA
Daughter Sarah Kathryn 08, PA
Son Vernon Israel 06, PA
Daughter Codilla E 05, PA
Daughter Edna Pearl 03, PA
Son Harry Miller 02, PA
Son Orville Elihm NR, PA
Somerset Ledger Dec 20 1912 LEVI SHOCKEY, a well-to-do & widely known farmer of Milford twp, d at his home Thu of last week, age 42 yrs. His death was due to Bright's Disease, from which he has suffered for more than a yr past; s/o Israel & Sarah (Shultz) Shockey, Greenville twp. He m Miss Helen Miller, d/o Jacob P. & Catherine (Baer) Miller, Greenville, Apr 29 1897, who survives him. He leaves 10 chldn all at home: Edith, Cora, William, Vernon, Sarah, Cordello, Edna, Harry, Orville & Violet. Surviving are the following bros & sis's: Henry Shockey, Finzell, MD; Irvin Shockey, Greenville; Mrs. William Nicholson, Meyersdale; Mrs. Simon Keefer, Finzell, MD; Mrs. P. W. White , Meyersdale; & Mrs. William Wasmuth, Meyersdale. Bur. cemetery of Greenville Luth. Ch..

[NI089096] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
John E Albright State: PA Enumeration District: 0167 Color: W Age: 27 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0159 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00050797 Other Residents:
Wife Sadie A 25, PA
Niece Pearl E Lint 07, PA

[NI089118] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Pearl E Lint Age: 07 State: PA Color: W;W Dist: 0167 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0159 Co: Somerset Relation: Niece Other Res.s: Head of Household John E Albright

[NI089147] "Gene Gordon, 27, Rockcreek Twp., was taken Fri. eve. to Luth. Hosp., Ft Wayne where he is receiving treatment as a polio suspect. He became ill Tue. with a sore throat & fever. The attending physician reported he carried a temperature of 102 degrees Fri. eve. & was having difficulty swallowing. He is s/o Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Gordon of Rockcreek Twp. His wife is the former Arlene Buel & they are the parents of a son."

[NI089160] PA 1910 Miracode Index
David A Stull 40 W PA Cambria Head of Household
Wife Mary 40 PA
Son Ira 16 PA
Son Noah 14 PA
dau Lizzie 12 PA
dau Mary 11 PA
Son Elmer 09 PA
dau Annie 07 PA
dau Minnie 06 PA
dau Emma 04 PA
Son Albert 02 PA

[NI089171] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 14 Nov by Henry Cook
25 205 214 IMMARTZ David 26 M Farmer 600 PA
26 205 214 IMMARTZ Rachel 32 F PA
27 205 214 STOUFFER Mary 10 F PA
28 205 214 STOUFFER John 7 M PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 14, 1860
414 20 2709 2746 Maitz David 35 M laborer 750 235 PA
414 21 2709 2746 Martz Rachael 43 F PA
414 22 2709 2746 Martz Elvina 15 F PA
414 23 2709 2746 Martz William H 8 M PA
414 24 2709 2746 Stander Mary 19 F PA
414 25 2709 2746 Stander John 17 M laborer PA

[NI089213] Austin B Kauffman State: PA Enumeration District: 8152 Color: W Age: 35 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0084 Co.: Cambria, South Fork Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02300731 Other Residents:
Wife Lilly M 35, PA
Son Homer N 06, PA

[NI089214] Trib. Potter, Thomas L. Z., 36 of 1211 Scott Ave., d. 10:35 pm Mar 14 1952 Mem. Hosp. b. Apr 12 1915, Johnstown, s/o Ira S. & Vera V (Conrad) Potter. Survived by widow Iva Irene Stull: 1 dau. Mrs Phyllis Frank, 935 Bedford St.; & bro.s & sis.s: Russell R.Potter 1311 Christopher St; Earl M & Edwin Francis (Ted) Potter, both of Canton OH, Ira S. Jr.,U S Army, Ft. Custer, MI; Mrs Dorothy Sluss, Canton OH; & Mrs Shirley Grundlock, Haddon Hgts, NJ; 1 gson, Richard Thomas Frank. Preced in death by parents & 1 bro., Charles. memb. of Moxham Luth. Ch., Junior OUAM, past pres. Local 463, IAFF, & WWII vet. Bur. Grandview Cem., military rites by Post 297, Amer. Legion.

[NI089216] Canton Repository 7/30/86. Earl M Potter age 65, 5250 Woodlynn NE, East Canton OH was DOA Thu. Aultman Hosp. following a short illness. B. Johnstown PA, Nov 2 1916, he lived in this area for 40 yrs. Retired Babcock & Wilcox Mnfg after 28 yrs.Survived by his widow Christine (Galloway) Potter, 2 sis.s Mrs Henry Swonger (Dorothy) , & Mrs. Milton (Shirley) Grundlock, Haddon Hgts, NJ: 2 bro.s, Russell, Johnstown PA & Edwin (Ted) Potter, Minerva OH, 11 nieces & nephews. Preceded in death by 3 bro.s, Charles, Thomas, & Ira Steven Potter. Memb. of Minerva Meth. Ch. & Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 233, Canton.

[NI089248] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Webster Croyle Age: 23 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0107 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0090 County: Cambria Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Nellie 21, Pennsylvania
Daughter Zelda 01, Pennsylvania

[NI089259] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Norman L Lauffer State: PA Dist: 0147 Color: W Age: 29 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0235 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02610665 Other Residents:
Wife Emma M 26, PA
Son James L 06, PA
Son Layton R 04, PA

[NI089260] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Ronald E Lauffer State: PA Dist: 0147 Color: W Age: 27 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0112 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02610684 Other Residents:
Wife Bessie C 25, PA
Son George F 06, PA
Dau Erlamond 04, PA
Dau Vera 01, PA

[NI089261] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Arthur Lauffer State: PA Dist: 0105 Color: W Age: 20 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0145 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02610451 Other Residents:
Wife Blodwen 20, PA
Son Russell 02, PA
Son Luellyn NR, PA

[NI089267] Charles Uhl, Jr. was from Alleghney Co., MD. Barbary Korns (also spelled Corns) was from Somerset Co., Pa. They were m in 1814. Charles was a farmer & the first of the Uhl family to come to Holmes Co. to make their home. He, his wife, & 6 month old son Joseph arrived in 1815 settling on the land in Hardy Twp. which became the "Uhl Homestead" (in 1963 was owned by Ralph Uhl, his great grandson, who has the original "buckskin" deed to the farm). They spent the remainder of their lives on this farm. Charles died in Holmes Co., OH at age 73. Barbary died at age 71. Both are buried in the Uhl homestead cem. near Millersburg, OH.

[NI089299] Never married

[NI089318] Trib, 1 Jan 1983 MARKS - William B. Sr., 81, 716 Mine 37, Richland Twp, d. Dec 31 1982, Windber Hosp. b. Oct 14 1901, Hollidaysburg, s/o Jacob & Julia (Larkin) Marks. Preceded in death by parents, & bro., John, Howard & Harris. Survived by widow, Sophia Ontko, m. for 54 years, & children: Betty, w/o Charles Barrett, & David, m. Diane Toth, both Windber; Lucille, w/o Leroy Graham; Robert, m. Alice Roberts; Florence, w/o Donald Block; & Ronald, m. Joanne Block, all Johnstown; William B. Jr., m. Judith Lewis, St. Michael; Marjorie, w/o Donald Long, Pennsville, N.J.; & Esther, w/o Robert Stocks, Greenville, N.C.; 32 gchldn 29 ggchldn. Bro. of Elroy, Portage; Robert & Evelyn, both Cleveland; & Frances & Jacob, both Miami, FL. Employed 43 yrs by the Berwind Coal Co. Served with Armed Forces for 3 yrs in HI. Mem. of Scalp Level Local 5229, UMWA. Family will receive friends 2-4 & 7-9 pm Sun at Shank-Dalla Valle Funeral Home, Windber (parking opposite premises), where service will be conducted 2 pm Mon Rev. Edward Carl. Interment, Richland Cem.

[NI089320] Trib 5 Feb 1942: PORTAGE - Morris Weaver, 74, Wayne Ave. d. this morn. Mem. Hosp., Johnstown after an illness of 2 mos. a patient since Jan 9. s/o Morris & Barbara (Miller) Weaver, both deceased, & had been a resident of Portage for the past 30 yrs. employed as a janitor at the Portage Twp schools for the past 12 yrs. Surviving children: Merle Weaver, Ridgeway; Mrs. Clyde (Grace M.) Troxell, Portage, with whom he lived; Mrs. Mary Dunwiddie, Pittsburgh, & Leo Weaver, Akron, OH. Also surviving are 4 gchldn & a sis., Mrs. Barbara Downey, Punxsutawney. Funeral services will be conducted 1:30 pm Sun. Bur. Frankstown Cem., Blair Co., direction of the Beck Funeral Home of Portage.

[NI089321] Trib 28 Aug 1934: Mrs. Morris Weaver, Portage, Dies Here Mrs. Anna (Smith) Weaver, d. 9:50 am this morning at Mem. Hosp.. 64 yrs of age. admitted to the Hosp. Jul 17 & underwent an operation the following day. survived by hus. & 4 chldn. The body has been turned over to H.F. Buck, Portage mortician, but funeral arrangements have not been completed. Trib 29 Aug 1934: Funeral of Mrs. Weaver, PORTAGE, Aug 29 - Funeral services for Mrs. Morris Weaver, d. yest. morn., Mem. Hosp., Johnstown, will be held 2 pm Fri, Trinity Evan, Ch,, Portage, Rev. E.A. Miles. Bur. Frankstown Cem., Blair Co. Surviving hus., Morris Weaver; 2 sons, Merle, Ridgway & Leo, Akron, OH, & 2 dau., Mrs. Clyde (Grace M.) Troxell, Portage & Mrs. Walter (Mary) Dumwiddie, Pittsburgh.

[NI089322] "William M. Weaver, Cresson, Succumbs" William Merle Weaver, 68, 1501 W. 2nd St., Cresson, d. 6 pm Sat Oct 3 1959, Altoona Vet.s Hosp. b. Jan 2 1891, Glen White, s/o Morris & Annie (Smith) Weaver. Mr. Weaver, a Navy vet WW I, a member of Summit Lodge 312, F & AM, Ebensburg; Williamsport Consistory & Scottish Rite, Williamsport; Syria Mosque Shrine, Pittsburgh, & Cresson American Legion Post 238. Survivng widow Lillian Readman. Beaverdale.m. Oct 28 1922, Hollidaysburg; a bro. Leo Weaver, Akron OH; & 2 sis.s, Mrs. Walter (Mary) Dunwiddie, Cresson, & Mrs. Clyde (Grace M.) Troxell, Portage. Funeral service was held Tues, Newton Funeral Home, Cresson. Rev. P.A. Alfieri, Meth. Ch., officiated. Bur. Forest Lawn Cem., Johnstown.

[NI089323] Trib-Demo Tue Nov 5 1968: TROXELL - Mrs. Grace M., 76, 1115 Cambria St., Portage, d. 11:15 am, Nov 4 1968, Windber Hosp. b. Sept 29 1892, Coupon, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Morris Weaver. m. Clyde Troxell. Lifelong resident of Portage area. Mem. of Trinity U. M. Ch., Portage; Dames of Malta, & Ebensburg Chapter 303, Order of Eastern Star. Preceded in death by parents & bro. Survive hus.; dau., Mrs. Thelma Shockey, Portage; & gson & ggchld. Sis. of Leo Weaver, Akron, OH, & Mrs. Mary Dunwiddie, Cresson. Friends received after 7 pm Tue, Rudolph Seckinger Funeral Home, Cambria St, & Gillespie Ave., Portage, where service will be conducted 2 pm Thur, Rev. Herbert Claar. Bur. Forest Lawn Cem., Johnstown. Dames of Malta service 7 pm Tue & Eastern Star service 8 pm Wed at funeral home.

[NI089324] Trib Demo 21 Mar 1969: TROXELL - Clyde D., 77, 814 Wayne Ave., Portage, d. Mar 19 1969, Bapt. Hosp., Scottsdale, AZ. b. Jan 19 1892, Clearfield Co., s/o Henry L. & Sarah (Herdman) Troxell. Res. of Portage more than 60 yrs. Retired miner. Mem. of Jamestown Local 1318, UMWA; Trinity U. M. Ch., Portage; Portage Lodge 131 LOOM; & Portage Volunteer Firemen & Co. & state firemen's associations. Preceded in death by parents, & wife, Grace Weaver, who d. Nov 4 1968. Survive dau., Mrs. Thelma Shockey, Portage; gson, Robert Shockey, Portage; & ggchld. Friends received after 7 pm Fri, Rudolph Seckinger Funeral Home, Cambria St, & Gillespie Ave, Portage, where service will be conducted 2 pm Mon, Rev. Herbert Claar officiating. Bur. Forest Lawn Cem., Johnstown.

[NI089326] Trib Demo 18 Jan 1972: CLIFFORD - Mrs. Lilliam R., 68, 1501 W. 2nd St., Cresson, d. Jan. 17 1972, Altoona Hosp. b. Apr 10 1903, Llanfair, Pa., d/o John & Eleanor (Bunn) Readman. Preceded in death by parents; 1st hus., Merle Weaver; & bro. & 4 sis.s. Survive hus. James R. Clifford, & 3 stepsons, James Paul, Titusville, FL; Jack Garland, Jacksonville, FL; & Gary Ray, HI. Sis. of Mrs. Jack Nelson, Sacramento, CA; John Readman, Ebensburg; Mrs. Charles O'Neil, Beaverdale; & Mrs. William Randle, Latrobe. Mem. of Ebensburg Chapter 303, Order of Eastern Star. Friends received 2-4 & 7-10 pm Tue & Wed, Casher-Kennedy Funeral Home, Cresson, where services will be held 2 pm Thur Rev. Peter Alfieri. Bur. Forest Lawn Cem., Johnstown.

[NI089328] Trib Demo Thur Jan 6 1972: SHOCKEY - Mrs. Thelma E. (Troxell), 58, 814 Wayne Ave., Portage, d. 11:30 pm Jan 4 1972, Raymond Nursing Home, Johnstown. b. Jun 10 1913, Portage, d/o Clyde & Grace (Weaver) Troxell. Lifelong res. of Portage. Retired elememtary school teacher in Portage. Mem. PSEA. Preceded in death by parents. Survive son, Robert, m. Bonnie Biauce, & 2 gchldn. Friends received after 7 pm Thur, Rudolph Seckinger Funeral Home, Portage, where service will be conducted 1 pm Sat Rev. Karl F. Kaminske. Bur. Forest Lawn Cem., Johnstown.

[NI089330] In the name of God, Amen, I Jacob Reed of Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co, am sick & weak of body, but God be thanked of still of good knowledge & intellect. 1st, I give my body over to the earth & my soul I command into the hand of Almighty God. In the 1st place, I decree & authorize that my wife Regina shall have of my worldly goods with which God has blessed me in this world, namely 1 cow, my pipe-oven & a bed & bedstead. 2 things, a small table & a small chest should my Executor keep back of the sale money for my wife Regina. My remaining movable goods should be sold & the debts should be paid from it. If anything is left over when all is paid, the remaining money should be divided into 4 parts; 1 part for my wife Regina, 1 part for my son Jacob, 1 part for my dau. Barbara & 1 part for my dau. Susanna. For her chldn, should my executor take her part & buy of it household goods, & my dau. Susanna should have it lent until her eldest chld comes of age. In the wk following my death my movable goods should be sold at public sale & my stationary goods, the land, should be sold at public sale. If it comes up to a $100 but not sell at public sale, thus should my my Executor lend it. An acre thereafter should he sell & my wife Regina should have the rent of it to her use. When the land is sold, the money should be lent, & my wife Regina should have the interest from it as long as she remains my widow or bears my name. As soon as she remarries or dies, then should that money be divided among my heirs in equal parts to my dau. Barbara & Jacob & my dau. Susanna. Her part should be set aside until her chldn come of age, & that 3rd part my Executor should take any buy from it her clothing & household goods as she needs. The Executor must clear my land & that which I have sold to Michael Miller, & must give 1/3 out of my 3rd to Michael Miller, according to the agreement that I Jacob Reed, & Michael Miller have with 1 another. It should be paid out of the money owing to Michael Miller. If it is not sufficient, he should take it from the other money until he can pay it. I appoint & decree my neighbor Jacob Kauffman, waggoner, as the Executor of my remaining estate. This is my last will & testament. So I have signed myself by indicating with my own hand & seal.
The 20 Ap 1813.
In the presence of Jacob Reed
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Jacob Webeer
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Tobias Miller

[NI089331] SIGG-Robert, 60, 1151 Boyd Ave., d. 6:12 am Dec 16 1951, Mem. Hosp.. b. Dec 24 1890, Summerhill, s/o Martin & Anna Barbara (Meier) Sigg. m. Nellie Good, who survives, along with chldn: Carl Martin Sigg, 67 McClain St.; Georgetta, w/o Paul Daye, San Francisco, & Robert L. Sigg, 1149 Boyd Ave. bro., Charles Sigg, 1096 Boyd Ave.; 2 sis.s-Mrs. Marie Adams, Buffalo, NY, & Mrs. Clara Miller, Warren, OH, 3 gchldn. Mem. of 1st Breth. Ch., where he was Mem. of board of deacons. Employed by Johnstown Plant, Bethlehem Steel Co., as stencil cutter. Friends received in John Henderson Funeral Home, 215 Central Ave., where serv. will be conducted 2 pm Wed, Rev, W. A. Ogden. Bur., Headrick Cem.

[NI089332] SIGG-Carl M. "Sam" 75, 1152 Edson Ave., d Sep 1 1985, Mercy Hosp. b. Nov 27 1909, Johnstown, s/o Robert L. & Nellie (Good) Sigg. Preceded in death by parents & wife, Mary C. Minahan. Survive chldn: Joanne Ostrich & John R. m. Rosemarie Licastro, Johnstown, 11 gchldn 7 ggchldn. bro. of Robert L., Johnstown & Georgetta Daye, Reno, NV. Mem. of 1st Breth. Ch.. Retired auditor for the state of PA. WW II U.S. Marine Corps vet. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 pm Tue, John Henderson Co. Funeral Home, where service will be held 9 am Wed Rev. Charles Martin. Bur., Grandview Cem.

[NI089333] SIGG-Mrs. Mary C., 71, 67 McClain St., d. Jul 9 1980, Mercy Hosp.. b. Dec 27 1908, Johnstown, d/o John & Mary "Molly" (Reed) Minahan. Preceded in death by parents; bro.s, Walter, Wilfred, Richard & John; & sis.s, Gertrude Shuck, Geraldine Mulhollen & Loretta McVay. Survive hus., Carl M., & chldn: Joanne, w/o Robert Ostrich, & John R., m. Rosemarie Lacastro, Johnstown, 11 gchldn 3 ggchldn. sis. of Roslyn Corbett, CA. Life Mem. of Visitation of the BVM Catholic Ch., Rosary-Altar Society & Mother Seton Guild. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 pm Thu, John Henderson Co. Funeral Home, where wake service will be held Thur eve. Funeral Mass 8 am Fri, Visitation of the BVM Ch., Rev. Albert Bechtold. Bur., Grandview Cem.. In lieu of flowers, friends may donate to Mother Seton Guild.


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