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[NI096753] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Jackson A Lear State: PA Dist: 0170 Color: W Age: 51 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0126 Co.: Westmoreland Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02790102 Other Residents:
Wife Lydia 54, PA

[NI096758] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Levi Lape Age: 45 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0129 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0167 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Elizabeth 46, PA
Daug. Mary 14, PA
Son Harry 12, PA
Daug. Freda 10, PA
Son Calvin 08, PA
Johnstown Trib-Demo issue 31 Aug 1955, p. 28 LAPE - Levi Sr., 90, Somerset, d Aug 31 1955, at residence. S/o Joseph & Eve (Lehman) Lape, deceased. Wife, Elizabeth Young, preceded in death. Survived by these chldn: Mrs. Oran Walters & Mrs. George Shumaker, both Somerset; Levi Jr., Pittsburgh; Harry, Somerset; Mrs. Clyde Sevits, Painesville, OH; Calvin, Camden, NJ; & Mary, at home; 25 gchldn; 44 ggchldn; 6 gggchldn. Last memb of family of 3 chldn. Servs 2 pm Fri Hauger Funeral Home, Somerset, Rev. J.R. Peterson officiating. Bur Richland Cem.

[NI096762] Obit: Jacob C. Lear, Berlin, Brothersvalley, Somerset Co., PA (1896). A USEFUL LIFE WAS THE ONE LED BY JACOB C. LEAR WHO RECENTLY DIED AT THIS PLACE. No Doubt One of The Earliest & and Perhaps The Oldest Locomotive Engineers in The US. "Thy stage of action hath been broad & deep. Where millions have played their part with thee Though now we tread the vale alone, to keep Watch, do our part, for soon we'll with you be." Jacob C. Lear, the subject of our sketch, was b. Berlin, Somerset co., PA, 25 July 1814; d. Jan 27 1896. He was of the same sturdy stock of German descent that gave PA a large percent of her early rural citizens. He was the 2nd son of Henry & Mary C. Lear, with whom he spent his early boyhood yrs on a farm in the co. of his birth. At the age of 14, in company of his father he visited Pittsburg, then only a village compared to what it is today, where he met Andrew Jackson & presidential party who were making a tour of the states by the carriage route, as [page torn] an enterprise of the future. When he was 18 yrs old his father d., & soon after, Jacob began to look about for himself. He found employment on the PA Canal, one of the early highways of commerce in our state, where he worked several yrs. He was offered a position as engineer on the Portage RR, one of the 1st rds in the US, which he accepted & filled for 2 yrs. This rd was the scene of many wrecks & delays on account of the numerous experiments of the officials in railroading, of which stone ties were one of the greatest failures. He again returned to the canal where he remained a no. of yrs. During the cholera scourge in this co., he was engineer on the steamer, "Julia Palmer", between Beaver & Pittsburg & saw many hardships during this reign of terror. In later yrs he became a mill wright & miller, which occupation he followed until a short time ago, having built & fitted up 20 mills & saw mills in his time. In politics he was an ardent dem. In religion his views were somewhat liberal, although he connected himself with the Luth. ch. early in life & continued to be an active memb. until the end. He was a man of powerful physique; his nature, kind, benevolent & honest; a man of very even temper, which, no doubt in part at least, was the cause of his long life & the extreme good health he enjoyed, as he scarcely knew what pain or sickness was until his late illness less than 2 yrs ago, which was thought to be cancer of the stomach. He was m. twice; his 1st wife was Mary E. Cribbs; his 2nd, Barbara Anna Stahl, who survives him. He was father of 11 chldn, 52 gchldn & 8 ggchldn. His memory was clear & unclouded to the last; one that served a mind rich in the things that came to it during a long life of observation & created for him a paradise from which he was never driven. He could go back & live in the days when the greater part of the Union was a vast wilderness; when Mobile & St. Augustine were in Spanish territory; when LaFayette, John Adams & Thomas Jefferson were still with us; in the days when the sickle was the reaper of grain & the steel & flint the kindler of fires; & long before the locomotive"s schrill whistle had been heard for the 1st time on the Amer. continent. As he watched nature's hand roll around these many changeful yrs with their great advancements in the arts, sciences & inventions, he asked "what is impossible?" Though he suffered much he had none of that hard-featured pain so often accompanied by a dreaded disease; but as the end drew near his countenance portrayed a peaceful satisfaction, & while he whispered the names of friends long since departed, his muscular body relaxed its hold on the prisoner within, & sank into a calm repose that fitly told that lifes' evening took on the character of the day that preceded it; thus his career closed with a conscious hope for a better world that had been early & constantly nourished by habits of well doing.

[NI096768] Johnstown, PA Trib iss 12 Jan 1933 p 13, col. 7 - B.F. BERKEY, 74, DIES SUDDENLY - Well-Kwn Hooversville Resident Succumbs as Result of Heart Attack. HOOVERSVILLE, Jan 12; B.F. Berkey, aged 74, prominent ch & lodge worker of this place for 55 yrs, d suddenly yest afternoon at his home, result of heart attack. Mr. Berkey apparently was enjoying good health until yest afternoon when he was stricken & collapsed while talking with a friend in the yard of his home. He was removed to the house & passed away an hr later. The deceased b Stantons Mills, s/o Samuel & Leah Berkey. His father was killed in Civil War. Mr. Berkey & Miss Flora Clark m 1882 & celebrated their golden wedding ann here last yr. Mr. Berkey was active in affairs of local Christian Ch & memb Knights of Pythias, Knights of Malta & Knights of Golden Eagle. Surviving are his widow & chdn: Lawrence R., Johnstown; Clyde & Clamer; Nell w/o Edward Lauer & Margaret w/o Lawrence Blough, all Hooversville. He was bro of Mrs. Susan Clark, Hooversville, & Mrs. Catherine Crissey, Johnstown. Funeral servs will be tomorrow 2:30 pm in local Christian Ch, in charge of Rev. C.W. Diehl. Bur Pleasant Dale Cem, in charge of A.C. Berkebile, local mortician

[NI096769] Johnstown, PA Trib iss 22 Jul 1942 p 17 col. 2. Mrs. Flora A. Berkey. Hooversville. Mrs. Flora A. (Clark) Berkey, 83, d of heart attack last night at her home here. Mrs. Berkey had been able to be abt her home until 2 wks ago. She had been bedfast for past few dys, but her death was unexpected. Mrs. Berkey was d/o Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Clark & b Shade Furnace 1858. Her husb B.F. Berkey, d 10 yrs ago, he was well-kwn local blacksmith for many yrs. 5 chdn survive: L.R. Berkey, Chicago, IL; C.B. Berkey, Hooversville; Clyde A. Berkey, Pittsburgh; Mrs. L.M. Blough, at home, & Mrs. Edward Lauer, Hooversville. Mrs. Berkey was sis of Lawrence Clark, St. Petersburg, FL Funeral ser at 2:30 pm Fri in Hooversville Christian Ch, of which she was a memb. Bur Pleasantdale Cem under direction of A.C. Berkebile & Son, local morticians.

[NI096774] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 26 Aug J. J. Schell
37 187 195 Coleman Daniel M Farmer 5,000 PA Ink blot covers age.
Coleman Philpoena 38 F PA
Coleman Hiram 19 M Laborer PA
Coleman Singleton 17 M Laborer PA
Coleman Cyrus 10 M PA
Coleman Mary 12 F PA
1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 9 Jul Pg 27 Christian Streng
16 185 189 Coleman Daniel 64 M W Farmer 8,000 2,000 PA
Coleman Phoeba 58 F W Keeping house PA
Coleman Charles 10 M W PA
Coleman Lizzie 7 F W PA

[NI096779] 1880 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA O.W.Williamson 12 Jun 1880
436A 20 111 116 Coleman Cyrus W M 35 Blacksmith 10 PA PA PA
Coleman Mary B. W F 41 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Coleman Dellie W F 14 Daughter PA PA PA
Coleman Katie W F 12 Daughter PA PA PA
Coleman Jefferson W M 10 Son PA PA PA
Coleman Annie M. W F 5 Daughter PA PA PA
Coleman Harry W M 3 Son PA PA PA

[NI096791] Gospel Herald Vol LIV # 18 May 2 1961 pg 414, 415, 416. Sala, Alice d/o Elijah & Annie (Mumaw) Stahl b Nov 28 1869, Somerset Co, Pa d home of her son William Sala Dec 25 1960 aged 91y 27d. On Sep 23 1888, she m William Sala who d Dec 12 1941. Surviving are 11 chdn: Ammon, Mrs Annie Yoder, Mrs Effie Blough, George, Mrs Maggie Thomas, Mrs Lizzie Gindlesperger, & Henry, all Hollsopple, Pa; Calvin, Scottdale; Mrs Emma McDaniel, Tire Hill; John, Kalispell, MT; & William, Johnstown, Pa, 43 gchdn, 50 ggchdn, & 6 gggchdn. She was the oldest member of the Stahl Church, with which she united 70y ago. Funeral ch Dec 29, in charge of Sanford G Shetler & David Alwine.

[NI096793] Johnstown, PA Trib iss 26 Sep 1932 p 4 col. 7 - Ulysses S.G. Blough - Ulysses S.G. Blough, 61 yrs, who had been ill for the last 11 mos, d his home at foot of Tire Hill, Somerset Co, yest morn. He was b Davidsville summer of 1871, s/o Joseph & Susannah (Stahl) Blough. His father passed away here in Jul 1899, & his mother in 1918. Ulysses Blough was bro of Mrs. Carrie Dunmyer, Pittsburgh, & Mrs. Ada Rhoads, Fairfield ave, Morrellville. For almost 20 yrs the deceased was employed as a carpenter for Kelso Coal Co, resigning abt 8 yrs ago to accept a similar position with Nat'l Radiator Co. He & Miss Annie Yoder m Davidsville in 1893 by Elwood Swank, J.P. 11 chdn were b to them, 2 passing away in infancy. Those surviving are Edward, Hickory st; Charles, Tire Hill; Kenneth, m & at home; Millard & Sarah, also at home; Minnie, w/o T.J. Miller, Tire Hill; Florence, w/o Charles Shiley, Robindale; Gertrude, w/o Wiley Miller; & Sue, w/o Alvin Eash, all Tire Hill. He is also survived by his widow & 12 gchdn. Funeral conducted at Stahl Menn Ch at 2 pm tomorrow, Rev. Russell Shilling, Luth Ch, & Rev. S.G. Shetler, Menn Ch, bur ch cem. Deceased was memb Benscreek Luth Ch.
1910 Miracode PA
Ulyssus S G Blough State: PA Dist: 0132 Color: W Age: 38 B Pl: PA Visit: 0134 Co: Somerset Relation: Husb ImageNo:
00310637 Other Residents:
Wife Annie M 35, PA
Dau Minnie P 14, PA
Son Charles M 11, PA
Dau Florence E 10, PA
Dau Gertrude M 08, PA
Dau Susie C 05, PA
Son Kenneth G NR, PA

[NI096819] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Frank M Lear State: PA Dist: 0096 Color: W Age: 40 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0117 Co.: Indiana Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02790010 Other Residents:
Husband Ida F 35, PA
Dau Viola M 14, PA
Son Gilbert N 12, PA
Son Philip C 08, PA

[NI096820] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
William A Lear State: PA Dist: 0096 Color: W Age: 37 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0178 Co.: Indiana Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02790419 Other Residents:
Wife Maggie M 36, PA
Son Jerry A 08, PA
Dau Sarannah S NR, PA

[NI096827] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Mrs Kate Lear State: PA Dist: 0196 Color: W Age: 46 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0002 Co.: Allegheny, Pitcairn Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02790205 Other Residents:
Son Clyde G 16, PA
Son Harry Fr 14, PA
Son Edward F 12, PA
6 non-relatives

[NI096837] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
John Lear State: PA Dist: 0158 Color: W Age: 23 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0002 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02790144 Other Residents:
Wife Codilla 20, PA
Son Clarence 01, PA

[NI096842] Census: 1870 PA Federal Census: Westmoreland Co, St. Clair Twp & New Florence Boro by J. H. Geary, Ass't Marshal, 26 Jul - 10 Aug 1870.
Jacob WINEBRENNER, 49, Laborer, 300/150
Lydia, 39, Keeps House
Hettie, 22, at home
Arabella, 16, at home
Jacob, 12, at home
Agnes, 10
Elizabeth, 8
Rebecca, 6
Grant, 4

[NI096864] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
D Harvey Donahue State: PA Enumeration District: 0057 Color: W Age: 55 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0202 Co.: Indiana Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01100618 Other Residents:
Dau. Icey M 17, PA

[NI096885] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
McClure Donahey State: PA Enumeration District: 0476 Color: W Age: 59 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0006 Co.: Allegheny, Pittsburgh Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01110295 Other Residents:
Wife Savanah L 57, PA
Son Ira W 35, PA
Son Jerry R 33, PA
Nephew Edward R Rhoads 27, PA

[NI096891] Henry F Brendlinger State: PA Enumeration District: 0096 Color: W Age: 40 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0119 County: Indiana Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00600552 Other Residents:
Wife Viola M 36, PA
Son Frank A 15, PA
Daughter Orenna E 11, PA
Daughter Ida M 04, PA
Daughter Mildred M NR, PA

[NI096908] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
William A Kerley State: PA Enumeration District: 0111 Color: W Age: 34 Birth Place: Wales Visit: 0035 Co.: Westmoreland Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02550277 Other Residents:
Wife Mary J 30, PA
Dau. Emma 12, PA
Son William A 10, PA
Son Mason E 08, PA
Dau. Annie M 04, PA

[NI097054] Name on stone with husband

[NI097056] Lois has gravestone in Mostoller Meth. Ch. Cem., Kimmelton, Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA

[NI097090] Died Young

[NI097092] MRS. M.J. ANSTEAD STRICKEN FATALLY 73-Yr-Old Woman Drops Dead of Heart Attack at Somerset Pike Home. Mrs. Mary Jane Anstead, 73, well-known Somerset Co. resident, dropped dead of a heart attack at 7:30 am this morn at her home along the Somerset Pike, near Alwine's. She had arisen only a short time previous & was working in the kitchen when she was fatally stricken. A native of Somerset Co., Mrs. Anstead was d/o David B. & Susan (Cable) Wertz, pioneer settlers in that co. She was b. Jan 15 1862. Her husb. William Anstead, d. Aug 13 1894. Mrs. Anstead is survived by chldn: Mrs. Emma Haynes, Somerset Pike, Mrs. Ivy Wilson, 223 Worth St. & Arlo Anstead, Somerset Pike. She leaves 1 sis., Mrs. Emma Miltenberger, Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co. Mrs. Anstead was a memb. of 1st Luth. Ch. & affiliated with the Conemaugh Grange No. 1718. Funeral serv.s 2:30 pm Mon. at Anstead home by Rev. Dr. George W. Nicely, pastor of 1st Luth. Ch. Bur. Grandview Cem., under the direction of H.M. Picking & Sons, local morticians.

[NI097477] J-town Trib Thu 14 May 1903: George Cable, aged 61 yrs, after a few days illness of pneumonia, d at his home near Millcreek in Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., on Tue. He was never married & made his home with his bro & sis, Lincoln & Ms Elizabeth Cable. The funeral took place at 2 pm today, bur Wertz's farm, near Millcreek.

[NI097481] Daily Trib J-town, Mon, 10 Jan 1944: Ms Cable, 86, Called by Death- Miss Elizabeth Cable, 86, a life-long resident of Somerset Co. & one of the best-known resids of Boswell, d at 5:40 pm Sat at Mem Hosp. She had been admitted on Fri to the institution for medical treatment following a serious illness of one wk. b May 30, 1857, Somerset Co., Ms Cable was the last surviving of 6 chldn of the late Samuel & Elizabeth (Helsel) Cable, pioneer settlers of Somerset Co.. 4 bros & a sis preceeded her in death. For the past 15 yrs the deceased had been making her home with Robert Cable of near the North Fork Dam. She is survived by a niece, Mrs. Emma Miltenberger, J-town. Friends are being recieved at the Robert Cable home. Funeral servs will be at 10 am Tue in Centennial Ch, near the dam, by Rev. C.W. Raley of the Jennerstown Evan Ch. Bur Wertz Cem under direction of John Henderson Co.

[NI097482] Daily Trib J-town, Wed 05 Jan 1921: Fall Proves Fatal to Lincoln Cable- Somerset Co. Man Dies at Mem Hosp; Fell from a Coal Tipple- Lincoln Cable, aged 57 yrs, Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., d at Mem Hosp 5:15 am today, death being due to injuries sustained last Sat eve when he fell from a coal tipple in Ferndale. He was rendered unconscious as a result of the fall & never regained consciousness. Mr. Cable suffered severe bruises & contusions of the head. The deceased, who was unmarried, was b Somerset Co. Apr 24 1863, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Cable, both deceased. He is survived by 1 bro, Franklin Cable & 1 sis, Elizabeth Cable both of Conemaugh Twp. The body has been turned over to John Henderson Co to prepare for bur. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Bur will be made in the private cem on the David Wertz farm.

[NI097528] Died Young

[NI097557] Job Hartman: fought in the Home Guards during the Civil War. Job lived in the log homeplace on Smith Creek. It is not known whether built a new house other than the one his parents lived in. There are remains of a foundation of a building on a knoll from Job's house which was still standing in 1995. He & his family are bur at James Hartman Cem (up the hill from the house), Smith Creek, Zigler, Pendleton Co., WV

[NI097569] Died young

[NI097622] Never Married

[NI097627] George d. from injuries in accidental fall at the sawmill where he worked. He hemorhaged to death after being operated on at the old City Hosp., Elkins, Randolph Co., WV.

[NI097762] Hollsopple - Funeral serv.s for Mrs. Ida R. Cable, 31, who d. Tue night Dec 25 1945 at Windber Hosp, will be conducted 2:15 pm Fri at the Cable home, Hollsopple, followed by additional rites at the Maple Spring Ch. of the Breth. Rev. J. M. Geary will officiate. Bur. in ch. cem. under direction of Hay Funeral Home, Boswell. She was b. Conemaugh Twp., Aug 11 1914, d/o David I. & Alice S. (Thomas) Thomas. Survivors are husb., John J. Cable, & 6 chldn: Catherine, Chester G., Sarah Jane, Ralph, Lenora June & Shirley Marie, at home. The deceased was a sis. of Mrs. Galen Blough, Somerset; Mrs. Dorsey Yoder, Davidsville; Mrs. Ralph Lybarger, Mrs. Clyde Mishler, Mrs. George Mishler, Mrs. Austin Stahl, Mrs. William Lease & Chester G. & Ray Thomas, all of Hollsopple; Mrs. David Alwine, Johnstown; Earl Thomas, Bolivar; Clyde Thomas, Johnstown, & Carl Thomas, Hollsopple.

[NI097767] Chester had twin sons; d as infants. Circus performer/juggler; Guiness Record Holder

[NI097772] Johnstown Trib-Demo - Date ukwn C. G. THOMAS EXPIRES AT 63 HOLLSOPPLE - Chester Grant Thomas, 63, Hollsopple, R.D. 1 d Wed at home. an assistant superintendent of highways Somerset. He had been an employee of the state Dept. of Trans. for 27 yrs. an incorporator of the Keystone Club, Somerset & the Conemaugh Twp Rep. Club. survived by widow, Myrabelle Radcliffe, & 3 sons Wade E., Hollsopple, a day copy editor for The Trib-Demo; Millard D., Hooversville; & Chester Grant Jr., Pittsburgh.

[NI097775] JohnstownTrib-Demo Jun 1987 THOMASES WED 50 yrs Mr. & Mrs. R. Clyde Thomas, 309 Freeman Dr. observed their 50th wedding ann. with a reception at the Arbutus Ch. of the Breth.. Mr. Thomas & the former Violet Bloom m Jun 29 1937, Cumberland, Md., by Rev. George Baughman. Mr. Thomas b Apr 7 1918, s/o David & Alice Thomas. Mrs. Thomas b Sep 20 1919, d/o Ralph & Violet Bloom. Mr. Thomas is retired from Galliker Dairy Co. Mrs. Thomas is retired from J. C. Penney Co. 2 chldn, Connie Farrell, New Fairfield, Conn., & Scott, Austin, TX. 2 gchldn.

[NI097778] The Trib-Demo 7-7-2000. CABLE - Jane G. (Grove), 74, 2423 Rector Ave., Orlando, FL, formerly of Davidsville & Johnstown, d Jul 4 2000, Plantation Gardens Nrsg Home, Ocoee, FL; b Apr 12 1926, Johnstown, d/o Charles Sr. & Anna (Kels) Grove. Preceded in death by parents; infant sis Sarah; & bros John & Charles Jr. "Chiz." Survived by husb of 54 yrs, Harry; daug Barbara, w/o Clayton Rusch, Downers Grove, IL; son, Terry, m to Barbara Knowski, Darien, IL; 5 gchldn; 1 ggson; sis Margaret "Peg" Moss, Luth Home, Johnstown; sis'-in-law, Jean Grove, Riverside, Wanda Grove, Johnstown; & Anna Mary Cable, Arbutus Manor, Johnstown; & bros-in-law, Robert Cable, m to Evelyn Mack, Hollsopple, & Dalton Cable, Davidsville; also numerous nieces & nephews. Resid Orlando since 1973. Friends received 4 pm until time of serv at 8:30 pm Sun Hoffman Funeral Home, Rte 403 & Church Rd, Davidsville, Rev. Wes Yoder officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to VITAS Hospice, 5151 Adanson St., Orlando. FL 32804.

[NI097784] Johnstown Trib May 1986 THOMAS, Nellie C., 89, Hollsopple, d May 1 1986 Mem Hosp b Dec 19 1896 Conemaugh Twp, d/o Amos & Lydia (Johns) Cable. Preceded by parents; hus., Harry S. d Sep 15 1964; 2 sis.s & 3 bro.s. Survived by chldn: Fern, w/o D.Carl Thomas, & William C., m Ethel Mae Collier, both Hollsopple; 6 gchldn, 14 ggchldn, 1 gggchld. Sis. of James, Johnstown; Edna Lehman & John, both Hollsopple. Life memb. Thomas Menn. Ch. Direct desc. of founder of Johnstown. Family received 2-9 pm Sat George E. Mason Funeral Home, Davidsville. Remains will be removed to Thomas Menn. Ch. where it will lie state 1 pm Sun until serv. 2 pm, Revs. Norman Moyer & Jim Thomas. Bur. Ch. Cem.
GOSPEL HERALD - Vol 79 # 22 Jun 3 1986 Pg 394. THOMAS, Nellie C d/o Amos & Lydia (Johns) CABLE b Somerset Co, PA Dec 19 1896 d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, Pa May 1 1986 aged 89y. She m Harry S Thomas, who d Sep 15 1964. Surviving are 1 dau Fern­ Mrs Carl Thomas, 1 son William C, 6 gchdn, 14 ggchdn, 1 gggchd, 1 sis Edna Lehman, & 2 bros James & John Cable. Preceded by 3 bros & 2 sis'. She was memb Thomas Menn Ch, servs held May 4, in charge of Norman Moyer & gson Jim Thomas; bur Thomas Menn Cem.

[NI097787] GOSPEL HERALD - Vol 79 # 16 Apr 22 1986 pg 282. CABLE, Ralph s/o Amos & Lydia (Johns) Cable b Somerset Co, PA Aug 8 1901 d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, Pa, Mar 19 1986 aged 84. He m Minnie Livingston, who survives. Also surving are 2 bros James & John, & 2 sis' Nellie Thomas & Edna Lehman. He was memb Blough Menn Ch, servs held Mar 22, in charge of David Mishler & Norman Moyer; bur Blough Menn Cem.

[NI097788] Gospel Herald - Vol 83 # 46 Nov 13 1990 pg 790. Cable, Minnie Livingston d/o Jacob & Ellen (Lohr) Livingston b Somerset Co, PA Mar 4 1903 d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, Pa Oct 20 1990 aged 87. She m Ralph Cable, who d Mar 19 1986. Also preceded in death by 1 sis & 2 bros. She was memb Blough Menn Ch, servs held Oct 23, in charge of David Mishler & Elvin Holsopple; bur Blough Ch Cem

[NI097789] Gospel Herald - Vol 88 # 49 Dec 19 1995. Cable, James S, 86, Hollsopple, Pa b Oct 18 1908, Conemaugh Twp, Pa to Amos & Lydie Johns Cable d Sep 7 1995, Johnstown, Pa. Survivor chdn James A; Raymond D; Merle D; Norma Rauch; bro & sis John J, Edna Lehman; 12 gchdn, 17 ggchdn. Predeceased by Mary Yoder Cable (wife). Funeral & Bur Sep 10, Kaufman Menn Ch, by Donald D Sharp.
Gospel Herald - Vol XXX No 45 Feb 3 1938 pg 958-959. Cable. ­An inf d/o James & Mary (Yoder) Cable was laid to rest Kaufman Cem, Davidsville, Pa Jan 18 1938, after short serv held in home by Bro Irvin Holsopple

[NI097798] Mrs. Emma J. Mishler, age 71 yrs, d. last eve. at the home of her son, Harry B. Mishler, Elim, Upper Yoder Twp, where she had been ill for some time. She was b. & reared in Somerset Co., sis. of Mrs. Kate Queer, Detroit, MI; Mrs. Lizzie Meyers, Elim, & J. Harvey Lohr, also of Elim. She was a half-sis. of J.W. Gindlesperger, Sipesville, Somerset Co. Mrs. Mishler was m. twice. 1st husb, Levi C. Mishler, d. in 1895. In 1913 Mrs. Mishler was m. to her husb.'s bro., Jacob G. Mishler, a Civil War vet, who d Jan 12 1927. Mrs. Mishler is surv by 3 chldn: Harry B., Elim; Mrs. Orange Thomas, Thomas Mills, & Ralph S., Upland, CA, b. to the 1st union. 3 chldn preceded her to the grave. Funeral serv. will be 2 pm Fri. at Centennial Ch., Somerset Co. & will be in charge of Rev. Paul Baer & Rev. B. E. Coleman, of Ev. Ch., bur. Mishler Cem.

[NI097814] ANSTEAD-Arlo, 67, 2430 Franklin St., d. 2 pm Jan 27 1959, at home. B. Oct 231891, Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co., s/o William & Mary Jane (Wertz) Anstead. Survived by widow, former Gertrude Pearce; dau. Bernice, w/o George L. Berkebile, Somerset Pike, Johnstown, & sis., Mrs. John F. Wilson, 223 Worth St. Preceded in death by parents & sis., Mrs. Emma Haynes. Retired salesman for Johnstown Planing Mill; partner in Ideal Brick & Tile Co. Memb. 1st Luth. Ch. & Davidsville Lions Club. Partner with bro.-in-law, John F. Wilson, in Ideal Brick & Tile Co. Was dog breeder; raised Beagles; previously raised Cocker Spaniels. Affiliated with various kennel clubs. Family will receive friends 7-9 pm Wed. & 2-4 & 7-9 pm Thu. H.M. Picking Sons Mortuary where serv. will be at 2 pm Fri. Rev. R. Paul Stroup. Bur. Forest Lawn Cem.
Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Arlo Anstead State: PA Enumeration District: 0169 Color: W Age: 18 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: NR00 County: Chester, West Chester Relation: NR ImageNum: 00080676 Other Residents: living alone

[NI097844] 1880 Everett Census, household 27, family 29: Joseph WERTZ, 63, Elizabeth 54, his wife, Maggie WERTZ, 9, his GRANDdaughter, Percy DEFIBAUGH, 3, his GRANDson

[NI097847] Ensign in the French & Indian War. Jun 1775, Capt. Thompson's PA Batt. 18 Jul 1775 1st Co. to arrive at Cambridge, MA in response to Washington's call for troops. 1776 Maj. of 5th PA Batt. & 6th PA Reg. Lt. Col. of the 9th Reg. 1777 Col. of 10th PA Reg. 1 Jul 1778 Retired.

[NI097891] Pine Hill Luth. Ch. Notes, Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA. COLEMAN, Nicholas d Apr 13 1856 aged 67 y 7 m 20 d. b Aug 24 1788 s/o Nicholas & Florence.

[NI097967] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Silas W Berkey State: PA Enumeration District: 0152 Color: W Age: 32 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0205 County: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00460810 Other Residents:
Wife Hulda 23, Pennsylvania
Daughter Anna E 02, Pennsylvania
Daughter Mable B NR, Pennsylvania
Father Anmas 76, Pennsylvania

[NI097968] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Samuel W Berkey State: PA Enumeration District: 0162 Color: W Age: 32 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0371 County: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00460774 Other Residents:
Wife Elizabeth 28, Pennsylvania
Daughter Lesse Leora 09, Pennsylvania
Daughter Hilda G 07, Pennsylvania
Son Oscar A 02, Pennsylvania
Son Albert F NR, Pennsylvania
Nephew Albert Nicholson 21, Pennsylvania

[NI097970] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 29 Jul Christian Streng
17 405 402 Emmert Josiah 43 M W Farmer 700 PA
Emmert Mary 33 F W Keeping house PA
Emmert Timothy 12 M W PA
Emmert William 5 M W PA
Emmert Anna E. 3 F W PA

[NI097973] 1870 Census Somerset Boro, Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 25 Jun 1870 by Christian Streng
24 122 130 Shaffer William 32 M W Miner 300 PA
Shaffer Elizabeth 28 F W Keeping house PA
Shaffer George 7 M W PA
Shaffer Carrie M 3 F W PA
Shaffer Anna 1 F W PA

[NI097984] Somerset Daily Amer, Obit SHAFFER, Albert, 91, Plank Rd., Somerset, d 12 May 1974, Somerset Comm Hosp. B 2 Apr 1883, Somerset, s/o William P. & Elizabeth (Berkey) Shaffer. Preceeded by wife, former Blanche McQuade, on 18 Feb 1974, & chdn: William; George; Edward; Louis; Mrs. Betty Lenhart & Miss Quida. Survived by chdn: Albert L., Miami, FL; Melre K., Acosta; & Fred, Somerset; 34 gchdn; 38 ggchdn. Retired plasterer. Family recieve friends 7 pm Mon. at Robert H. Halverson Funeral Home, Somerset, serv 1:30 pm Wed, Rev Ronald L. Peoples. Bur Husband Cem.

[NI097989] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Dudley C Keiser State: PA Enumeration District: 0107 Color: W Age: 44 Birth Place: Illinois Visit: 0232 Co.: Dauphin, Middletown Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02350422 Other Residents:
Wife Myra C 32, PA

[NI098003] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Alvin J Kimmel State: PA Enumeration District: 0149 Color: W Age: 26 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0210 Co.: Westmoreland, Latrobe Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02490621 Other Residents:
Wife Minnie E 30, PA
Dau. Evlin 05, PA
Dau. Ruth O 03, PA
SIL Ortenza D Burkey 18, PA

[NI098008] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Theodore T Custer State: PA Enumeration District: 8110 Color: W Age: 34 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0197 Co.: Cambria, East Conemaugh Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00680579 Other Residents:
Wife Cora 30, PA
Son Clair E 11, PA
Dau. Norman M 10, PA
Dau. Alma G 04, PA

[NI098018] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
William I Berkey State: PA Enumeration District: 0144 Color: W Age: 27 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0022 County: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00470158 Other Residents:
Wife Lillian I 26, Pennsylvania

[NI098024] Johnstown, PA Trib-Demo issue Dec 1941: ROBERT VAN IS 1ST COASTING VICTIM OF SEASON. Skull Fracture Fatal to Kernville Boy; Other Sledders Recovering. Robert Van, 11-yr-old Kernville boy, d of fracture of skull at 2:15 am today Mem'l Hosp, victim of Johnstown's 1st coasting fatality of the season. The boy, s/o Charles Van, 725 1/2 Kennedy Ave, was injured late Tue afternoon when the sled he was riding crashed into a utility pole on Meade St, upper Kernville. He was taken to the hosp by city police. Robert Van was b Johnstown Jan 26 1930, s/o Charles Van & Mary Blanche (Berkey) Van, deceased. The family resided on Linden Ave, Moxham, until only 3 wks ago, when it removed to Kernville. The young victim was a 4th-grade student in Somerset St School & memb Park Ave UBC. In addition to his father he is survived by his step-mother, 2 bros & 3 sis': Charles T., Francis, Elmira M., Laura Jeanne & Margaret Van, all at home. Funeral servs 2:30 pm Sat at Van home in charge of Rev. Ear C. Weaver, pastor Park Ave UBC. Bur Grandview Cem. directed by John Henderson Co. The remains are on view at the Van home.

[NI098069] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Loyd W Barclay State: PA Enumeration District: 0144 Color: W Age: 29 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0191 County: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00480753 Other Residents:
Wife Nancy J 34, Pennsylvania
Son Kenneth E NR, Pennsylvania

[NI098253] Adam Stroup (1755-97) served as pvt in Capt. Lewis Farmer's co., Col. Samuel Miles' reg., PA Line. He was b. Germany; d. in Huntingdon, PA.

[NI098254] Joseph Gorton served as pvt Capt. Millard's co. of minute men from Swansea, MA, Col. Waterman's reg. He was b. in Swansea, MA; d. Broadalbin, N Y.

[NI098259] Stephen Goetchins (1752-1837) was a patriotic minister at New Paltz, NY,
1775-96. He was b. NJ; d. Ulster Co., NY.

[NI098261] Louis J. Du Bois (1733-95) was commissioned capt. in 1st New Paltz Co., 3rd Ulster Co. reg., 1775. He was b. & d. in New Paltz, NY.

[NI098366] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
265 235 BALDWIN John B. 29 M Cooper PA
265 235 BALDWIN Mary 28 F PA
265 235 MONROE Jonas 4 M PA
265 235 MONROE Susanna 3 F PA
265 235 HERRING John A. 18 M Cooper PA
1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 24 Aug 1870 by Christian Streng
39 201 205 Baldwin John 51 M W Laborer 100 PA
40 201 205 Baldwin Maria 48 F W Keeping house 600 200 PA
1 201 205 Baldwin Susan 22 F W PA
2 201 205 Baldwin John D. 13 M W PA
3 201 205 Baldwin Hiram A. 11 M W PA
4 201 205 Baldwin Nancy M. 5 F W PA
5 201 205 Baldwin Charles E. 3 M W PA

[NI098375] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
263 224 BENDER Benjamin F. 26 M Tanner PA
BENDER Sarah 24 F PA
BENDER Thomas I. 3 M PA
BENDER Susanna 1 F PA
YOUNG Jacob 22 M Laborer PA
1870 census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA 5 Jul 1870 by Hiram J. Boytz
10 103 105 Bender Benjamin 46 M W laborer 3,500 1,000 Pa
Bender Sarah 45 F W wife Pa
Bender Ellen 20 F W at home Pa
Bender Peter 15 M W at home Pa
Bender William 14 M W at home Pa
Bender Sarah 11 F W at home Pa
Bender Maggie 9 F W at home Pa
Bender Francis 7 M W at home Pa
Bender Mary Ida 5 F W at home Pa
Bender John 3 M W at home Pa
1880 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA O.W.Williamson Pg 7, 8 Jun 1880
433A 22 58 62 Bender Benjamin W M 57 Lumberman PA PA PA
Bender Sarah W F 55 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Bender Margaret W F 19 Daughter PA PA PA
Bender Francis S. W M 17 Son Works on mill PA PA PA
Bender Mary Ida W F 15 Daughter PA PA PA
Bender John S. W M 13 Son PA PA PA
1890 Vet census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA Jun 1890 by: M.D. Reel
3 13 13 Benjamin F. Bender Pvt A 21 Pa Cav 18 June 1863 27 Feb 1864 0 8 9 Daley, Pa Hearing Effected

[NI098376] 1900 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA 12 Jun 1900 by Willis L. Powell. Written Sht No. 6B
133B 62 96 101 Bender Sarah Head W F Oct 1826 73 W 11 10 PA PA PA O F F 77
133B 63 96 101 Bender Lizzie G-Daughter W F Jan 1885 15 S PA PA PA

[NI098378] 1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 22 Aug 1870 by Christian Streng
32 133 139 Boyer Sarah 60 F W Keeping house 3,000 300 PA
33 133 139 Boyer John 30 M W Farm manager 400 PA
34 133 139 Boyer Sophie 23 F W PA

[NI098379] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
J C Boyer State: PA Enumeration District: 0138 Color: W Age: 43 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0370 Co.: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00420467 Other Residents:
Wife Margret E 39, PA
Son William E 16, PA
Dau. Mamie 13, PA
Son John L 09, PA
Dau. Agnes E NR, PA

[NI098381] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
234 15 BOYER John 57 M Farmer PA
234 15 BOYER Hannah 50 F PA
234 15 BOYER Susanna 18 F PA
234 15 BOYER Sophia 15 F PA
234 15 BOYER Hannah 12 F PA
234 15 BOYER Peter 10 M PA
234 15 BOYER Eve 6 F PA
234 15 BOYER Harriet 3 F PA

[NI098382] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Barney Boyer Age: 75 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0126 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0183 County: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Susan 70, PA

[NI098386] 1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 25 Aug 1870 by Christian Streng
39 230 235 Boyer Peter 29 M W Farmer 800 PA
40 230 235 Boyer Susan 26 F W Keeping house PA
1 230 235 Boyer Urias 8 M W PA
2 230 235 Boyer Mary 6 F W PA
3 230 235 Boyer Harvey 3 M W PA Twin to Ida.
4 230 235 Boyer Ida 3 F W PA Twin to Harvey.
5 230 235 Boyer Theodor 6/12 M W PA Nov

[NI098392] Know ye, That Franklin Burket a Pvt of Capt. Amos Schrock Co D 33 Regt PA Vols who was enrolled on the 5th day of Aug 1862 to serve 9 mos or during the war, is hereby Discharged from the serv of the US this 26th day of May 1863, at Harrisburg, PA by reason of expiration of term of enlistment. Said Franklin Burket was b in Somerset in the State of PA, is 18 yrs of age, 5 ft 6 ins high, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, & by occupation, when enrolled, a Farmer. Given at Harrisburg this 26th day of May 1863. (Signed) Wm Sergeant, Capt 12 Inf U S This sentence will be erased should there be anything in the conduct or physical condition of the soldier rendering him unfit for the Army {A. G. O. No. 99.} (Signed) Amos Schrock Capt Comdg Co.D Note: There is also a blue stamp on this document which reads: PAID IN FULL RUSSELL ERRET PAYMASTER, U.S.A. On the backside of this same document is a handwritten note in pencil by Franklin Burket reading: To my Son John Burket Aug 6 - 1920 Request to be framed // The yr following his discharge, Franklin re-enlisted as documented in this, his 2nd, Discharge which reads as follows: Know ye, That Frank Burket a Pvt of Capt. Thos, A, Stone Co K 6th Regt of Heavy Artillery PA Vols, who was enrolled on the 3rd day of Sep 1864 to serve 1 yrs or during the war, is hereby Discharged from the serv of the US this 13th day of Jun 1865, at Ft. Ethan Allen, VA by reason A.G.O. No. 53 Hdqrs (unreadable) Milit Div of May 30 1865. (No objection to his being re=enlisted is known to exist*) Said frank Burket was b in Somerset Co. in the State of PA, is 19 yrs of age, 5 ft 7 ins high, fair complexion, gray eyes, light hair, & by occupation when enlisted Farmer. Given at Ft. Ethan Allen, WV this 13th day of Jun 1865 . (Signed) Thos A. Stone Capt Commanding the Co A handwritten note over top of the document reads: Paid in full June 20 1865 P. R. Giteall P.M.U.S.A. A hand written note on the back of this document reads: To My Son Roy Burket on Aug 6 - 1920 at my request to be framed.

[NI098394] 1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA 18 Aug 1870 Christian Streng
33 41 43 Cook James 31 M W Laborer 100 PA
Cook Catharine 28 F W Keeping house PA
Cook Jane 8 F W PA
Cook Howard 6 M W PA
Cook Elizabeth 3 F W PA
Cook Phoeba 4/12 F W PA PA August
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
James A Cook Age: 78 State: PA Color: W Dist: 0168 B-Pl: PA Visit: 0033 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents: living alone
Somerset Co Leader Dec 14, 1917 JAMES A. COOK, a pioneer citizen of Casselman, d at the home of his daug Mrs. W. H. Whipkey, Nov 17 1917. He was a vet of Civil War;b Stoyestown, & was m to Catherine Sivits, May 16 1858. To this union were b 8 chldn, 3 dead & 5 living. There are also 29 gchldn & 15 ggchldn. chldn surviving him are as follows: Mrs. W. H. Whipkey, Mrs. Wallace Heinbaugh, Casselman; Mrs. D. H. Barnes, Connellsville; Mrs. W. G. Coughenour, Lockart, AL, & Howard Cook, Barnesville, CO. He was aged 85-10-11. Bur Mt. Union Cem.

[NI098398] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
248 119 DEMPSEY William 25 M Blacksmith PA
248 119 DEMPSEY Mary A. 23 F PA
248 119 DEMPSEY Samuel 3 M PA
248 119 DEMPSEY Sarah A. 1/12 F PA
248 119 LAMBERT George 17 M Blacksmith PA
1870 census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 12 Jul 1870 by Hiram J. Boytz
2 237 239 Dempsey William 47 M W farmer 3,500 1,520 Pa
3 237 239 Dempsey Polly 44 F W wife Pa
4 237 239 Dempsey Samuel 23 M W farm labr Pa
5 237 239 Dempsey Joseph 17 M W at home Pa
6 237 239 Dempsey Henry 15 M W at home Pa
7 237 239 Dempsey William 8 M W at home Pa
8 237 239 Dempsey Louisa 4 F W at home Pa
9 237 239 Dempsey Ellen B 2 F W at home Pa

[NI098400] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Samuel Dempsey State: PA Enumeration District: 0155 Color: W Age: 63 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0180 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01110792 Other Residents:
Wife Mary 65, PA
Dau. Sarah E 33, PA

[NI098401] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
241 61 DUBSTAT Henry 31 M Farmer Germany
241 61 DUBSTAT Susan 27 F PA
241 61 DUBSTAT Catharine 8 F PA
241 61 DUBSTAT Sarah 7 F PA
241 61 DUBSTAT Mary 5 F PA
241 61 DUBSTAT Margaret 3 F PA

[NI098402] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
241 60 DUBSTAT Jacob 54 M Farmer Germany
241 60 DUBSTAT Catharine 54 F Germany
241 60 DUBSTAT Margaret 23 F PA
241 60 DUBSTAT Caroline 18 F PA

[NI098416] 1870 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
24 220 225 Fritz William 33 M W Farmer 7,000 1,400 PA
Fritz Eve 32 F W Keeping house PA
Fritz Emma 14 F W PA
Fritz John 12 M W PA
Fritz Edward 8 M W PA
Fritz Susan 4 F W PA
Fritz Catharine 1/24 F W PA May
Ringler Jefferson 34 M W Laborer 300 PA

[NI098417] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
236 23 FRITZ, Samuel 31 M Farmer PA
236 23 FRITZ, Sarah 31 F PA
236 23 FRITZ, Daniel 13 M PA
236 23 FRITZ, Mary 11 F PA
236 23 FRITZ, Susan 7 F PA
236 23 FRITZ, Andrew 7 M PA
236 23 FRITZ, Chauncey 5 M PA
236 23 FRITZ, Eliza 2 F PA

[NI098426] 1860 Census Berlin Boro, Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA 2 Aug. 1860 by Daniel Heffley
17 1444 1444 Stull Joseph 30 M Inn Keeper 300 Pa
Stull Caroline 28 F Pa
Stull Edward 9 M Pa
Stull George 7 M Pa
Stull Emma 5 F Pa
Stull Rosean 3 F Pa
Miller Thomas 32 M Watchmaker Pa
Myers Paul 24 M Boot & Shoemaker Pa First name could be Raul.
Craupus Henry 23 M Artist Md Last name could be Cranpus
1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 17 Aug 1870 by Christian Streng
6 21 23 Stull Joseph 40 M W Hotel Keeper 2,000 800 PA
Stull Caroline 37 F W Keeping house PA
Stull Edward 19 M W PA March
Stull Carrie 18 F W PA March
Stull George 16 M W PA
Stull Emma 15 F W PA
Stull Rose 13 F W PA

[NI098428] John M. a farmer in this Twp, on place kwn as Jacob Miller farm. He owns 300 acs of land. His farm contains abundance of coal & limestone. Mr.Glessner serv 1 term as justice. [Source: History of Bedford, Somerset, & Fulton Cos, 1884. Waterman, Watkins & Co. p. 515.]
1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA 22 Aug 1870 Christian Streng
3 113 117 Glessner John 37 M W Farmer 7,000 5,000 PA
Glessner Mary 38 F W Keeping house PA
Glessner Catharine 15 F W PA
Glessner William 14 M W PA
Glessner Sarah 12 F W PA
Glessner Joseph 10 M W PA
Glessner Ida 8 F W PA
Glessner Jacob 6 M W PA
Glessner Mary 4 F W PA
Glessner Edmond 2 M W PA

[NI098430] 1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 26 Aug 1870 by Christian Streng
23 272 276 Glessner Henry 31 M W Farmer 3,000 1,000 PA
24 272 276 Glessner Harriet 23 F W Keeping house PA
25 272 276 Glessner Maggie 6 F W PA
26 272 276 Glessner Laura 4 F W PA
27 272 276 Glessner Charles 1 M W PA
28 272 276 Dietz Joseph 10 M W PA
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Henry M Glessner State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0165 Color: W Age: 71 B-Place: PA Visit: 0228 Co.: Somerset, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01590773 Other Resid.s:
Wife Hariet 63, PA
2 non-relatives

[NI098436] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
242 69 GLOSS Levi 29 M Farmer PA
242 69 GLOSS Agnes 29 F PA
242 69 GLOSS Sarah M. 5 F PA
242 69 GLOSS Mary 3 F PA
1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 22 Aug 1870 by Christian Streng
38 141 147 Glass Levi 50 M W Farmer 6,000 1,600 PA
39 141 147 Glass Agnes 51 F W Keeping house PA
40 141 147 Glass Sarah 24 F W PA
1 141 147 Glass Mary 22 F W PA
2 141 147 Glass Francis 21 M W PA
3 141 147 Glass Alice 18 F W PA
4 141 147 Glass Caroline 13 F W PA
5 141 147 Glass Amanda 10 F W PA
6 141 147 Glass John 4 M W PA

[NI098438] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Jacob W Glessner State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0164 Color: W Age: 60 B-Place: PA Visit: 0121 Co.: Somerset, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01590786 Other Resid.s:
Wife Emma J 53, PA
Son Vier M 13, PA

[NI098444] 1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 20 Aug 1870 by Christian Streng
17 102 106 Miller Moses 25 M W Farmer 2,500 500 PA
18 102 106 Miller Susan 27 F W Keeping house PA
19 102 106 Miller Joseph 3 M W PA
20 102 106 Miller Sarah 1 F W PA

[NI098452] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Henry J Glessner State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0130 Color: W Age: 56 B-Place: PA Visit: 0120 Co.: Somerset, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01590773 Other Resid.s:
Wife Annie W 46, PA
Nephew Nevin S Crane 19, PA

[NI098457] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Samuel Helsel State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0152 Color: W Age: 53 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0225 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husb. ImageNum: 01950659 Other Residents:
Wife Annie E 53, PA
Son Newton 27, PA
dau. Adda 18, PA
dau. Annie 14, PA
dau. Katie 10, PA

[NI098459] HOLSOPPLE, Mrs. Katie Evelyn, 79, 212 Jefferson Ave., Windber, d. 4 May 1978, Windber Hosp. b. 12 May 1899, Ho;sopple, d/o Samuel & Anna Eliza (LEHMAN) HELSEL. Preceded in death by parents; hus. Claude who d. 1961; bro.s: William, Frank, Newton, & Justin; sis.s: Ada & Carrie. Surv. by sons: Albert, Hendersonville, NC; Edward m. to Dorothy BENNER, Windber; Dau.-in-law Dorothy (PHILLILS) w/o Russell, Bedford; 8 gchldn; 15 ggchldn; sis. Annie Landers, Shanksville. Friends Rec. 7-9 pm Mon. & 2-4 Meek Funeral Home, Windber, where serv. held 10:30 am Wed., Rev. Daniel Orris. Bur. Custer Cem.

[NI098462] HELSEL, Mrs. Ethel, 72, Holsopple, d. 3 Aug 1975, Lee Hosp. b. 14 Feb 1903, Langondale d/o Samuel & Annie (CHARTWRIGHT) HELSEL. Preceded in death by 2 bro.s Jacob & Frank; 2 sis.s Leona Ella & Elva MEYERS; hus. Newton. Surv. by bro. James m. to Laura BARNHART, Baltimore, MD; sis. Grace R. w/o Orville CUSTER, Kantner; & several neices & nephews. Owner & operator of Helsel's Grocery Store, Holsopple for several decades. Memb. St. David's Luth. Ch., Davidsville. Friends recieved 7-9 pm Mon. & 2-4 & 7-9 Geo. Mason Funeral Home, Davidsville, where serv. will be at 2 pm Wed., Rev. Luther A. Gotwald, Jr. Bur. Custer Cem.

[NI098466] 1870 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA 11 Aug H. J. Boyts
6 72 69 Kaufman John S. 38 M W Farmer 2,000 600 Pa
Kaufman Ann 37 F W wife Pa can't read or write
Kaufman William 13 M W at home Pa
Kaufman Elisabeth 11 F W at home Pa
Kaufman Joseah 9 M W at home Pa
Kaufman Moses 4 M W at home Pa
Kaufman Susan 1 F W at home Pa

[NI098468] Hollsopple Man Killed; Buddy has Close Call. Frank Helsel Loses Life Under Fall of Rock At Mine Stoystown- A Hollsopple miner was killed & his bro.-in-law narrowly escaped a similar fate yesterday under a fall of rock in the Grove Mine, located 3 mi.s E. of Stoystown along the Lincoln Hwy. Frank Helsel, 52, suffered a broken neck. His chest was also crushed. Helsel's bro.-in-law , Earl Landers, also of Hollsopple, suffered brush burns of the shoulder when a section of the rock grazed him. Landers was working with Helsel at the time the roof collapse occurred & leaped to safety as a big boulder fell. Dr. F.E. Sass,coroner, Somerset Co., conducted an investigation yesterday. He said Helsel had been working in the mine only a few mo.s. The coroner said an inquest would depend on the findings of Mine Insp. Fletcher W. Cunningham, Somerset. Frank Helsel was a s/o Samuel & Anna Eliza (Lehman) Helsel, both deceased, & was b. Apr 1 1887, Paint Twp. Surviving are his widow, Mrs.Alice (Bheam) Helsel, formerly of Johnstown; 2 chldn, Anna Kathryn & Frank Helsel Jr., both at home, & these bro.s & sis.s; Justus H. & William Helsel, both Trout Run; Mrs. Carrie Hershberger & Mrs. Adda Boller, both Lambertsville; Kathryn, w/o Claude Hollsopple, Windber; Mrs. Annie Landers, Somerset; George Helsel & Newton Helsel, both, Hollsopple. Funeral serv.s will be conducted at 2:30 pm Thu. in Hollsopple Un. Breth. Ch. by Rev.W.A.Wissinger. Bur. Benshoff Cem., Johnstown, under direction of Meek Funeral Home, Windber. The remains will be removed to the ch. 1:30 pm Thu. Frank Helsel was killed Mar 25 1940. Frank had worked in Pretoria mines before he went to the Grove mine.

[NI098477] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Samuel Gogley State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0156 Color: W Age: 41 B-Place: PA Visit: 0300 Co.: Somerset, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01540350 Other Resid.s:
Wife Annie R 43, PA
Dau. Elva Sarah 20, PA
Son James Albert 19, PA
Dau. Grace R 13, PA
Dau. Ethel Navilla NR, PA
Son Frank Milton 03, PA

[NI098482] MEYERS-Mrs. Elva S., 80, formerly of Hollsopple, d. Mar 3 1971, Berlin. B. Sep 21 1890, Hopewell, Bedford Co., d/o Samuel & Sarah (Cartwright) Gogley. Preceded in death by parents; hus., Henry P., sons, Jack & Paul; a sis., a gdau., & a ggdau. Survived by son, Rudolph, m. to Betty Mary Rose Gallo, Hollsopple; 6 gchldn; 7 ggchldn. Sis of Mrs. Ethel Helsel, Hollsopple; Mrs. Grace Custer, Kantner; James A., Baltimore; & Frank, Clearfield. Memb Hollsopple Un Meth Ch. Family will receive friends 7 pm Thu George E. Mason Funeral Home, Davidsville. Prayer serv 1:30 pm Sat at the late resid, funeral serv 2 pm Livingston Unit Meth Ch, Rev. Robert Callihan. Remains will lie in state at Livingston Ch from noon Sat until time of serv.

[NI098486] Johnstown Trib-Demo 12/29/2000. HITE - James, 85, Hollsopple, d Dec 27 2000, at UPMC Lee Regional; b Nov 7 1915, Benscreek, Cambria Co, s/o Frank Hanna (James) Hite. Preceded in death by parents; an infant sis; & wife, Helen Helsel, who d Apr 4 1984. Survived by bro Robert, & wife, Gwendolyn, WV. Also survived by nieces & nephews; & cousin, Gary Holsopple, Lancaster. Jim was a life memb Hollsopple Vol Fire Co. Army vet WWII. Memb Hooversville VFW. Retired from Ward Trucking, Johnstown, with 21 yrs' serv. Family receiving friends from 2-4 & 7-9 pm Fri at George E. Mason Funeral Home Inc., Davidsville, serv at 10 am Sat, Rev. Robert Callihan. Bur Forest Lawn Cem.

[NI098489] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Charles Allison State: PA Enumeration District: 0144 Color: W Age: 37 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0029 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00060348 Other Residents:
Wife Anna 32, PA
Son Earnest C 10, PA
Dau. Ethel R 09, PA
Dau. Mildred M 06, PA
Dau. Mahala B 05, PA
Son John B NR, PA

[NI098493] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Charles Cochrane State: PA Enumeration District: 0161 Color: W Age: 36 Birth Place: Maryland Visit: 0283 County: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00690939 Other Residents:
Wife Gertrude 27, PA
Son Bernard 07, PA
Son Edgar 05, PA
Son John Henry 02, PA
1 non-relative

[NI098524] b NY, lived in VA & then MD before moving to PA. Raised a family of 11 chldn. After John d in 1799 the following membs of the family are in KY around 1800 or shortly thereafter: Solomon - Logan KY where he d; Tobias in Muhlenberg Co. where he d; Emanuel Muhlenberg 1810; Samuel Muhlenberg 1810; Peter according to Deeds; John Jr & his son Jonathon. John's widow d in KY; The other 3 son's of John: David lived all his life in & around Somerset & d there; Israel moved to Tuscrawarus Co, OH; Elijah (Eleazer) went to Athens OH & is found in 1808 on a Jury & he appears deceased by 1818. Johns daugs Mary m John Vansell, Druscilla m Philip Kimmel, Druscilla d in KY.
Penrods were said to have spelled the name Pfenrodt. However the German Luth Ch records in PA have been translated to read Benrat, Benrath, Binroth, Benroth, Penrydt.

[NI098525] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
254 162 PEW Hulit 28 M Farmer PA
254 162 PEW Matilda 27 F PA
255 162 PEW Susanna 5 F PA
255 162 PEW Daniel 4 M PA
255 162 PEW Charles 5/12 M PA
1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 17 Aug 1870 by Christian Streng
12 2 4 Pugh Hulit 48 M W Farmer 6,000 1,050 PA
13 2 4 Pugh Matilda 48 F W Keeping house PA
14 2 4 Pugh Daniel 23 M W PA
15 2 4 Pugh Charles 20 M W PA
16 2 4 Pugh Silas 15 M W PA
17 2 4 Pugh Timothy 11 M W PA
18 2 4 Pugh Edward 8 M W PA

[NI098526] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
251 138 PEW James M. 26 M Constable PA
251 138 PEW Harriet 23 F PA
251 138 PEW Winfield 2 M PA

[NI098529] 1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 17 Aug 1870 by Christian Streng
4 1 2 Pugh John 37 M W Farmer 1,600 PA
5 1 2 Pugh Elizabeth 27 F W Keeping house Ohio
6 1 2 Pugh Sarah C 7 F W PA
7 1 2 Pugh Jerome F. 6 M W PA
8 1 2 Pugh Senora 3 F W PA
9 1 2 Pugh Jane 1 F W PA

[NI098544] 1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 25 Aug 1870 by Christian Streng
15 239 244 Ringler Jeremiah 38 M W Farmer 2,000 475 PA
16 239 244 Ringler Julia A. 38 F W Keeping house Bavaria

[NI098557] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
244 85 SCHROCK Jacob 38 M Farmer PA
244 85 SCHROCK Catharine 36 F PA
244 85 SCHROCK Joseph 14 M Farmer PA
244 85 SCHROCK George 12 M PA
244 85 SCHROCK Mary 9 F PA
244 85 SCHROCK Sarah 7 F PA
244 85 SCHROCK John 4 M PA
244 85 SCHROCK Israel 2 M PA
244 85 PENROD Hannah 22 F PA
244 85 PENROD Peter 6/12 M PA
1870 Federal Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 23 Jun 1870 Jno. Hicks
8 11 11 Schrock Jacob 56 M W Retired Farmer 500 1,350 PA.
9 11 11 Schrock Catharine 54 F W Keeping House PA
10 11 11 Schrock Catharine 18 F W PA
11 11 11 Schrock Margaret 16 F W PA
12 11 11 Schrock Annie 12 F W PA

[NI098560] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 26 Jul Christian Streng
21 390 387 Schrock John H. 24 M W Farmer 6,000 1,445 PA
Schrock Susan 22 F W Keeping house PA
Schrock Matilda 1 F W PA
Schrock Rebecca 16 F W Domestic Servant PA
Casebeer Alex 21 M W PA

[NI098562] 1870 Federal Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 23 Jun 1870 Jno. Hicks
19 13 13 Schrock Isreal 22 M W farmer 6,000 1,100 PA.
20 13 13 Schrock Annie 20 F W Keeping House PA
21 13 13 Schrock Irwin 11/12 M W PA July 69


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