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[NI103504] 1850 census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA
343 103 Wegley Jesse 28 M Farmer PA
Susan 29 F PA
Catharine 4 F PA
Eliza 2 F PA
Barbara 11 mos. F PA
Davis Elizabeth 13 F PA
Arnst Samuel 19 M PA

[NI103520] Gospel Herald - Vol L, # 30 - Jul 23, 1957 pg 679. Blough, Catherine Ellen d/o Christian & Catherine (Stuckey) Kropf, b Guebweiler, Alsace-Lorraine Feb 4, 1870; came to Amer 1872; passed away in Orrville, OH Jun 28, 1957; aged 87y 4m 24d, after an illness of abt 3m. In 1895, she m Neri David Blough. To this union were b 11 chdn Della Mrs Reuben Studer, Orrville; Henry, Wooster; Nola Mrs Nelson Sheets, Rittman; Edna Mrs Martin Studer, Orrville; John, Wadsworth; Carrie Mrs Robert Mallory, Rittman; Wilma Mrs Robert Shallenberger, Orrville; Arlene Mrs Clyde Kurtz, Smithville; Ferne Mrs. Roy Bucher, Bluffton; & Clayton, Barberton. Husb d in Smithville, OH Mar 1940, where she continued to live until 1952, after which she joined Menn Ch. Besides her chdn she is survived by 2 bros Christian, Barberton; & Daniel, Orrville; 1 sis Mrs Fanny Zook, Wooster; 22 gchdn, 18 ggchdn, & a host of friends. Services conducted by Gerald Studer & Virgil Gerig. Bur Oak Grove Cem.

[NI103534] FORRER to celebrate 102nd birthday, Rittman. Mollie FORRER, res. of Apostolic Christian Home, 10680 Steiner Rd. Rittman, OH will observe her 102nd bday Sat Sep 23 1996. b Sterling area Wayne Co. d/o Aaron & Fannie (ESHELMAN) BLOUGH. In 1918 her family except her father were victims of the flu epidemic. Bap. at age 14. She m Ward Clayton FORRER Dec 14 1922, hus. d 1962. She had 8 chldrn, Wayne, William, Elwood, Rittman, Ward Jr., Washington, Martha Kauffman, Smithville, Mary Collins, FL, Fannie Kelbly, Marshallville, Doris McGinnis, Chicago. 26 gchldn, 22 ggchldn, 1 gggchldn, 2 step-gggchldn.

[NI103550] Carrie A. Cox 90, 422 W. Washington St. d Feb 14 1982 after a long illness b Wayne Co., OH resided Medina since 1969 previously resided Washington Court House, OH. Mem. of 1st Christian Ch. & VFW ladies Aux. # 4964. Survived by bro. Fred Blough, Rittman, nieces & nephews. Hus. Leo d 1972. Bur. Washington Court House.

[NI103553] Pearl Mae GORDON 75, 422 W. Washington St., Medina, OH d early Mon morn, Medina Co., Hosp. following a yr's illness. b Dec 28 1893 Wayne Co., OH d/o David & Lydia (FLICKINGER) BLOUGH deceased. Survived by 3 chldn Mrs. Charles COX, Miss Eleanor GORDON, Medina, OH & Mrs Ray BUTCHER, North Fairfield, OH. also by sis Mrs. Leo COX, 4 bro.'s Fred & Ervin, Rittman, OH, Willie, Akron, Leo, Jefferson. Bur. Spring Grove Cem.

[NI103560] Willis W. Blough 77, of 1245 Brittain Rd. d Jan 5 1981 b Fandam. survived by Stepson Curtis SANTEE, Akron, 3 step-g-chldn. bro of Fred, Rittman. Proceeded by wife Gretta. Bur. Glendale Cem.

[NI103564] Leo A. BLOUGH 66, East Union Rd. d Thu Ashtabula Gen. Hosp. b Feb 22 1906 Rittman, OH. Owner & operator of BLOUGH Contracting & building Co. Survived by wife & 2 sons Charles & David BLOUGH, Jefferson, OH 2 dau.'s Joy KETTUNEN, Andover, Barbara w/o Stanley O'CONNOR, Akron, 3 bro.s Ervin & Fred, Rittman, OH, Willis, Akron, OH sis Mrs. Carrie COX, Medina, OH & 16 gchldn. s/o David J. & Lydia. Bur. Oakdale Cem.

[NI103567] 1870 Federal Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated Jun 22 1870, By Jno. Hicks
36 194 198 Brant Henry H. 23 M W Farmer 300 PA
37 194 198 Brant Catharine 23 F W Keeping House PA
38 194 198 Brant Emerson.R 01 M W PA

[NI103576] 1880 Census Levansville, Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA by C. J. Miller Jun 19-22 1880
482A 6 23 20 24 26 Brant Augustus H. W M 33 Tailor Bavaria Bavaria Bavaria
Brant Eliza W F 32 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Brant Rufus W M 9 Son PA Bavaria PA
Brant Ida W F 6 Dau PA PA PA
Brant Franklin W M 3 Son PA Bavaria PA
Brant Edward W M 1 Son PA Bavaria PA

[NI103578] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Rufus E Brant State: PA Dist: 0150 Color: W Age: 39 B Place: PA Visit: 0022 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00600918 Other Residents:
Wife Ida 40, PA
Dau. Nellie M 10, PA
Son Wilbert C 08, PA
Dau. Hazel C 06, PA
Son John A 04, PA
Dau. Edna R 01, PA
MRS Catharine Bauman 6?, PA
SIL Tena Bauman 30, PA
1 non-relative

[NI103585] 1880 Federal Census Allegheny Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator H.L.Walker 9 Jun 1880
221B 7 132 134 Baer Henry W M 37 Farmer PA PA PA
221B 8 132 134 Baer Barbary W F 31 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
221B 9 132 134 Baer Hiram W M 9 Son PA PA PA
221B 10 132 134 Baer Savilla W F 8 Daughter PA PA PA
221B 11 132 134 Baer Albert W M 6 Son PA PA PA
221B 12 132 134 Baer Wilson W M 4 Son PA PA PA
221B 13 132 134 Baer Mary S. W F 2 Daughter PA PA PA

[NI103625] Elwood L. FORRER 75, of 200 W. Ohio Ave., d this morn. Jun 25 1999, Rittman Nursing & Rehab center of parkinsons. Bur. Sherwood Mem. Gardens where military rites will be conducted. b Feb 6 1924 Cuyahoga Falls, OH s/o Ward & Mollied (BLOUGH) FORRER. m Donna B. LEWIS Nov 5 1948. US army WWII vet served the China, Burma, India theater as a Merril's marauder 1943-46, Awarded the bronze star. Self employed painting Cont. & mem. of Freewill Bap. Ch., mem. of Amer. Legion post 497. Survived by chldn, Linda w/o Lanny SHAFFER, Applecreek, Ron m Betty HOLSINGTON, Brenda w/o Kenneth FARMER, 4 gchldn, 3 ggchldn. bro.s Wayne m Joanne, William m Joann, Rittman, Ward m Linda, Tumwater, WA & sis.s Fannie w/o Ken KELBLY, Marshallville, OH, Mary w/o Rev. Donald COLLINS, Bradton, FL, Doris w/o Gerald McGINNIS, Naperville, IL, Martha KAUFMAN, Smithville

[NI103645] Alfrieda V. BLOUGH 90, 387 W. Sunset Dr. d Wed night Dec 1 1999, Wadsworth-Rittman Hosp. b Mar 14 1909 near Sterling d/o Arthur & Laura (COOLMAN) STEELE m Fred B. BLOUGH Nov 24 1928. Survived by hus. & son Fred E., Rittman, OH, 3 dau.s Beulah w/o Emmett SHELLY, Wooster, Gladys WINKLER, Rittman, Laura w/o Louis REICH, Sparks, NV 12 gchldn, 21 ggchldn, 4 gggchldn, 2 sis.s Elgie BISTOR, Wittman, Beatrice DUNN, Wooster

[NI103675] Reino Carl KETTUNEN 69, 4431 Stanhope Kelloggsville Rd. d Sun morn Jul 7, Jefferson Geriatric Center, following a long illness. b Aug 16 1915 Cleveland, OH s/o Karl & Mary (PARI) KETTUNEN. lived most of life in West Andover a dairy farmer for 35 yrs. m Joycelyn BLOUGH Apr 25 1947 St. Joseph's Ch., Jefferson, OH. Survived by wife, 3 sons David Mark, Dover, DE, Allan, Geneva, Leo, West Andover, 3 dau.s Mary w/o Donald BOWLIN, Columbus, Joycelyn Ann w/o Martin HEATH, & Rita KETTUNEN. 10 gchldn. proceded in d by parents, bro Elmer, sis Irene. d of Alzheimers disease.

[NI103695] Akron Beacon, Stan E. O'CONNOR 57, d Aug 22, Aultman Hosp. following a long illness. Retired Medina City schools in 1985, Sr. High School guidance counslor for 20 yrs. formally employed at Allied Decal & Goodyear Aerospace. Served US Army Inf. during Korean conflict, decorated with bronze star & purple heart with 1 oak leaf cluster. Proceded in d by father Edward J. O'CONNOR, survived by wife of 32 yrs Barbara & chldn Amy M. w/o James DOMANICO, Owego, NY, Christian E. m Susan, Boise, ID, Kevin C. & Brenda, Layton, UT, Todd R. m Terry, Akron, gchldn Alexander Patrick O'CONNOR, Nicholas James DOMANICO, Piper MORGAN O'CONNOR, his mother Dorthy H., Phoenix, AZ, bro Richard, Aptos, CA, sis Barbara PACK, San Rafael, CA

[NI103704] Legally change name to Melony Renee O'CONNOR

[NI103708] Services are held for drowning victim at 11 am today St. Joseph's Ch., Jefferson. Michael D. BLOUGH 14, East Union Rd., Jefferson, drowned Thu in Tub Run, Youghioghney River Reservoir, Confluence, PA. s/o David BLOUGH was pronounced d Union Town Hosp. he was on vacation with aunt & uncle Mr. & Mrs. S. O'CONNOR, Akron. b Apr 9 1959 Ashtabula, s/o David & Deanna (HOUSE) BLOUGH. survived by parents, 2 bro.s Timothy 12, John 10, sis Melissa 5, all at home. Bur Oakdale Cem.

[NI103860] 1850 Census, Jefferson Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John J. Schell
32-63 Gardner George 67 M Farmer PA
Mary 67 F PA
Isaac 26 M Laborer PA
Susan 28 F PA
Christina 30 F PA

[NI103864] 1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John W. Smith
461 78 GARDNER, Jacob 41 m Laborer PA
Mary 39 f PA
John 19 m PA
Mary 17 f PA
Elizabeth 10 f PA
Heston 8 m PA
William 4 m PA
Susan 2 f PA

[NI103867] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 9 Jul Pg 28 Christian Streng
38 192 194 Barron John 66 M W Farmer 8,000 500 PA
Barron Sarah 59 F W Keeping house PA
Hemminger Doucilla 18 F W Domestic Servant PA

[NI103868] 1850 Census, Jefferson Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John J. Schell
32-64 Gardner John 38 M Farmer PA
Mary 53 F PA
David 11 M PA
Young Isaiah 17 M Laborer PA
1880 Federal Census Jefferson Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator William P Hay 10 Jun 1880
9 12 303B 32 . . 98 102 Gardner John W M 68 . . . X . . Farmer X . . . . . . . . . Penna PA PA .
9 12 303B 33 . . 98 102 Gardner Louisa W F 34 . Wife . X . . Keeping house . . . . . . . . . . Penna PA PA
9 12 303B 34 . . 98 102 Gardner Edward W M 12 . Son X . . . At home . . . . . . . X X X Penna PA PA .
9 12 303B 35 . . 98 102 Gardner Franklin W M 6 . Son X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Penna PA PA .
9 12 303B 36 . . 98 102 Gardner Calvin W M 4 . Son X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Penna PA PA

[NI103871] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 1 Aug 1850 J. J. Schell
42 29 32 Gardner Abraham 35 MFarmer 2,000 PA .
Gardner Mary 24 F W. PAHandwritten page # 47.
Gardner Rosanna 5 F.PA .
Gardner Sarah 4 F.PA .
Gardner Eliza 3 F.PA .
Gardner Lydia 2 F.PA .
Gardner Nancy 1 F.PA .
Hemminger Mary A. 18 F.PA

[NI103874] 1850 Census, Jefferson Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John J. Schell
25-19 Zufall Simon 35 M Laborer PA
Mary 32 F PA
Uriah 2 M PA
Catharine 8 F PA
1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 28 Jun Pg 1 Christian Streng
10 34 34 Zufall Simon 55 M W Farmer 800 500 PA
Zufall Mary 47 F W Keeping house PA
Zufall Uriah 21 M W Cooper PA
Zufall Belinda 18 F W PA
Zufall Daniel 14 M W PA
Zufall Margaret 14 F W PA

[NI103877] 1850 Census, Jefferson Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John J. Schell
28-38 Gardner Ludwick 29 M Farmer PA
Tenny 29 F PA
Henry 8 M PA
Lydia 6 F PA
Harriet 4 F PA
Sarah 3 F PA
Caroline 1 F PA
Maragret 4/12 F PA

[NI103883] 1850 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 30 Jul J J Schell
34 42 45 Miller John, of D 27 M Farmer PA
Miller Lydia 25 F PA
Miller Rebecca 6 F PA
Miller David 4 M PA
Miller Mary Ann 1 F PA

[NI103886] 1850 Federal Census Jenner Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 23 Oct 1850 by John J Schell
16 187 196 Gardner Jacob 46 M W Shoemaker 250 PA
17 187 196 Gardner Susan 40 F W PA
18 187 196 Gardner John 18 M W Miller PA
19 187 196 Gardner George 15 M W Laborer PA
20 187 196 Gardner Henry 12 M W PA
21 187 196 Gardner Joseph 10 M W PA
22 187 196 Gardner Jacob 7 M W PA
23 187 196 Gardner Mary A 5 F W PA Ediotic - as reported.
24 187 196 Gardner Levi 4 M W PA

[NI103892] 1850 Federal Census Jenner Twp., Somerset Co., PA 23 Oct 1850 by John J Schell
26 188 197 Gardner Peter 35 M W Laborer PA
Gardner Barbara 35 F W PA
Gardner Joseph 12 M W PA
Gardner John 10 M W PA
Gardner Mary 7 F W PA
Gardner Elisabeth A 2 F W PA

[NI103894] 1850 Federal Census Jenner Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 22 Oct 1850 by John J Schell
10 151 157 Gardner Frederick 33 M W Laborer PA
11 151 157 Gardner Matilda 31 F W PA
12 151 157 Gardner Nancy 12 F W PA
13 151 157 Gardner Samuel 9 M W PA
14 151 157 Gardner Magdalena 5 F W PA
15 151 157 Gardner Sarah J 2 F W PA
16 151 157 Gardner Jonethan 3/12 M W PA
17 151 157 Gardner Susanna 6 F W PA

[NI103897] 1850 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA
107 110 HOWARD John 28 M Farmer
Levina 28 F
James 8 M
Henry 6 M
Levi 5 M
Nancy 2 F

[NI103898] 1850 Census Stoystown Borough, Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 4 Oct 1850 by J.J. Schell
3 19 19 Gardner George A. 29 M Shoemaker Penna
Gardner Elisabeth 35 F Penna
Gardner Mary J. 3 F Penna
1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 4 Jun 1860 by Josiah H. Zimmerman
67 75 GARDNER George A. 39 M M. Shoemaker 200 PA
Hariet A. 30 F PA
Mary J. 13 F PA.
John P. 7 M PA.
George 6 M PA.
Samuel 3 M PA
Frances M. 1 F PA
1870 Census Somerset Boro, Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 24 Jun 1870 by Christian Streng
19 87 94 Gardner George A 49 M W Barber 300 PA
Gardner Harriet 40 F W Keeping house PA
Gardner Mary J 23 F W PA
Gardner John P 17 M W Clerk in store PA
Gardner George 15 M W Appren to blacksmith PA
Gardner Samuel 13 M W PA
Gardner Francis M 11 M W PA
Gardner Lizzie C 9 F W PA
Gardner Andrew C 7 M W PA
Gardner Martha A 3 F W PA
Gardner Emma 1/24 F W PA May

[NI103901] 1850 Federal Census Jenner Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 17 Oct 1850 by John J Schell
27 85 89 Lohr Jacob 38 M W Farmer PA
28 85 89 Lohr Catharine 35 F W PA
29 85 89 Lohr Mary 15 F W PA
30 85 89 Lohr Nancy 13 F W PA
31 85 89 Lohr Noah 12 M W PA
32 85 89 Lohr Andrew 10 M W PA
33 85 89 Lohr William 8 M W PA
34 85 89 Lohr Jonathan 6 M W PA
35 85 89 Lohr Sarah 4 F W PA
36 85 89 Lohr Edmund 3/12 M W PA

[NI103902] 1850 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 15 Oct 1850 by J. J. Schell
111 116 GARDNER Nancy 50 F PA
Henry 24 M Shoemaker PA
Eliza 28 F PA
James 13 M PA
Julian 7 F PA
Nancy 5 F PA
1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 9 Jun 1860 by Josiah H. Zimmerman
175 191 GARDNER Nancy 54 M 400 [115 ?] PA
Benjamin 27 M Carpenter PA
James 22 M PA
Nancy 16 F PA

[NI103904] 1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 12 Jun 1860 by Josiah H. Zimmerman
229 246 MALONE Daniel 56 M Farmer 2500 478? PA
Mary 41 F PA
Henry GARDNER 33 M Day Laborer PA

[NI103918] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
John G Leitenberger State: PA Dist: 0025 Color: W Age: 72 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0346 Co.: Bucks Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02700666 Other Residents:
Wife Eva M 74, PA
Dau Catharine 45, PA

[NI103927] I Herman Shaffer of Friedens, Somerset Co, PA, being of sound mind & memory do make & publish this my last will & testament in manner & form following that is to say 1st It is my will that all my just debts & funeral expenses be fully pd, 2nd I bequeath all my property both real & personal to my wife Julia Shaffer during her life time or as long as she keeps my name, after her death it is to be divided equally between my legal heirs. 3rd I appoint my wife Julia Shaffer the executrix of this my last will & testament My will is that my said wife Julia Shaffer shall not be required to give any bonds or security to the Judge of Probate for her faithfull plantion of the duties of executrix. In wittness wherof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 19th day of Oct 1908. Herman Shaffer (Seal)
Signed sealed published & disclosed by the above named Herman Shaffer as his last will & testament in presence of us who at his request have signed as wittness of the same. William Weistone, Harvey A. Leydig
1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 14 Jul Pg 35 Christian Streng
19 243 246 Shaffer Herman 38 M W Farmer 6,000 PA *Amount could be 1150 or 1250.
Shaffer Julia 27 F W Keeping house PA
Shaffer J** B. 10 M W PA *Name looks like Jda B.
Shaffer John M. 9 M W PA
Shaffer Sarah E. 7 F W PA
Shaffer Bardin M. 2 M W PA
Shaullis Josiah 19 M W Domestic Servant PA
Winters Margaret 60 F W 300 PA

[NI103935] Naugle - Mrs. Annie, 66, Rummel; 1:57 pm 4 Jul 1948, Windber Hosp. b 7 May 1882, Paint Twp., d/o David & Catherine (Young) Rose. Husb., David W., survives with 2 dau.s & 2 sons: Velma, w/o Ernest Berkey; Grant & Tella, w/o Dwight Miller, all Windber R.D., & Wilbert, Washington Ave., Windber; 10 gchldn; 3 bro.s: Louis Rose, Elizabethtown; Austin Rose, Hooversville, & Daniel Rose, Horner St., Windber. Friends received in late home aft. 6 pm Mon. Services; 2 pm, St. Thomas' Luth. Ch., Hooversville, Rev. Russell T. Shilling; bur., Ch. Cem., Meek Funeral Home, Windber.

[NI103936] Naugle, David W. 86, COB home, Scalp Level, formerly of Windber & Davidsville, d Oct 30 1967, Mem Hosp, Johnstown; b Apr 19 1881, Paint Twp., Somerset Co., s/o Samuel & Sophia (Seese) Naugle. Preceded in death by 1st wife, Annie E. Rose; 2nd wife, Lizzie Wissinger, 3rd wife, Gussie Faust; & 2 sons, Wilbert & Grant. Survived by these chldn; Velma w/o Emmet Berkey, 3404 Graham Ave., & Trelia, w/o Dwight Miller, Brighton, MI; 10 gchldn, 14 ggchldn; bro, Joseph, St. Petersburg FL, half sis Mrs. Dewy Ott, Cleveland, OH, & half bro Amick Naugle, Hooversville. Retired employee of Berwind Corp. Memb St. David's Luth Ch, Davidsville, & Scalp Level Local UMWA. Friends recieved 7-9 pm Tue & 2-4 & 7-9 pm Wed Meek Funeral Home, Windber. Body will be removed to St. Thomas Luth Ch 1 pm Thu for viewing until serv at 2 pm Thu, Rev. Luther A. Gotwald Jr. & Rev. M. Dean Shaffer. Bur St. Thomas Luth Cem.

[NI103940] 1850 Federal Census Summerhill Twp., Cambria Co., PA
177 179 Pringle Martin 50 M Farmer 2745 Pa
Elizabeth 45 F Pa
Mary 24 F Pa
Joseph 22 M Laborer Pa
Samuel 21 M Laborer Pa
Sarah 19 F Pa
Philip 17 M Laborer Pa
David 16 M Pa
Henry 14 M Pa

[NI103945] The Wicks are a very old English family, who trace their ancestry back, in the history of England, over 9 hundred yrs, to the time of the Danes & their struggles to conquer the Saxons. The Wicks family, in all probability, located 1st in Wales & then removed south to Cornwall, where they have had their ancestral home for untold generations. Membs of the family were doubtless at the Battle of Hastings, took part in the Crusades, & fought in the War of the Roses. They were under Elizabeth, The Stuarts, Cromwell, & Orange, & finally, in the opening of the 18th century, came under the rule of the present House of Bruswick. John S. Wicks attended the public schools of Cornwall, & at an early age entered the mines with his father, working there until he was 17 yrs of age. He then served for 7 yrs as a fireman on the Great Western RR of England, his last run being between Exeter & London. Leaving England at 24 yrs of age, he came to NY City & soon went to Iron Mtn, MI, where he served as dept engineer at the mines until 1883, when he came to South Fork & entered the employ of the Argyle Coal co., with whom he remained up until 1887. In that yr, Mr. Wicks engaged in the music business, which he has followed profitably ever since. His establishment is on the corner of Argyle & Grant sts, & he carries a large & well-assorted stock of pianos, organs, bicycles & sewing machines. Within the last 2 yrs he has opened a clothing & gentlemen's furnishing dept on the 2nd floor, & his usual success has accompanied him in that line, where he has already established a good business. He is a pleasant, agreeable, & well-informed man of excellent business qualifications. On Nov 11 1886, Mr. Wicks m Sadie E. Pringle, d/o Philip W. Pringle, of Pringle Hill, this co. Their union has been blessed with 6 chldn: Annie, Victor John, Juniata Hope, Carrie, Leon, & William Lowell. Intelligent, active, & energetic, John S. Wicks has already made his mark at South Fork, where he is useful along several lines. He is a memb & treas. of Conemaugh Valley Conclave, No. 388, Improved Order of Hoptasophs, & a memb, trustee, & organist, for 12 yrs, of South Fork Meth Ch, of whose Sun school he has been superintendent for the last 3 terms. In the sphere of political life, he is a staunch republican, & enjoys public confidence as well as commanding party support. He was elected justice of the peace in 1891, & 2 yrs later received a further mark of political & civil preferment at the hands of his fellow-citizens by being elected burgess of Sourth Fork.

[NI103954] 1850 Federal census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator: John H. Smith
525 162 Hochstetler,Adam 46 M Farmer PA
Eve 45 PA
Susan 13 PA
Levi 11 M PA
Emanuel 10 M PA

[NI103955] 1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John W. Smith
481 235 HOGHSTETLER, Abraham B. 23 m Blacksmith PA
Eliza 18 f PA

[NI103960] OBIT CORNELIUS SEITZ FROM FT. SCOTT TRIB-JUL 6 1942 The fun. of Cornelious Seitz, 80, who d Jul 4 at 2 pm at the farm home of his son, James B. Seitz, near Garland, after a lingering illness, was held at this home yesterday (Jul 5 1942) 3:30 pm with Rev. G. W. Corporon in charge. A portion of John 14 & verses from 2nd Thessalonians were read by the minister. He talked on the certainty of death & the need of preparation. He eulogized the Christian life of Mr. Seitz who was a pioneer, who sacrificed & worked hard that we may have. He spoke of the honesty of the deceased & his work for the Kingdom of God.The hymns "Does Jesus Care", "We Are Going Down the Valley", & "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" were sung by a quartet composed of Lewis Arnold, Earl Foster, Mrs. Earl Foster & Mrs. Anna Clary, accompanied by Mrs. Fred Clary. A large number of floral offerings were sent to the funeral. The family block was inscirbed "Dad", "Grandfather" & "Brother". At the grave members of the Garland I.O.O.F. Lodge No. 603, gave their ritualistic service with J. G. Palmer, noble grand, & Martin Woody, chaplain. Pallbearers were Orville Hilton, H. N. Hoggatt, E. E. Palmer, Leslie Woody, Frank Heitz & Charley Leist. Bur Heavisides Cem. Out-of-town relatives attending the funeral were Miss Gertrude Seitz of Pittsburg & Mr. & Mrs. Donald Seitz of Blommington, Ill. The deceased b Apr 12 1862, York Co., PA, to Adam & Caroline Klinefelter Seitz. He came to the Garland vicinity at the age of 17 where he lived the greater part of his life. In 1891 he m Rose Etta Beagles, & to this union were b 3 chdrn, James B. Seitz, Garland; Mrs. Blanche Heitz, Garland & Ms Gertrude Seitz, Pittsburg. When the Cherokee strip opened in 1893, Mr. Seitz took a claim near Billings, OK & later went to NM where he lived for 5 yr.s. He was a memb of the Odd Fellows Lodge. His wife, 3 sis.s & 3 bro.s preceded him in death. Besides the above chdrn, he leaves 1 sis., Mrs. Clara Anderson, Garland, 5 gchdrn, Donald, Joe, & Percy Leon Heitz, & Eugene & Neil Seitz; 1 ggaughter, Vonda Lee Heitz, & several nieces & nephews.

[NI103961] OBIT NOTICE FT. SCOTT TRIB, FT. SCOTT, KS JAMES B. SEITZ James Buchanan Seitz, 81, retired farmer of Garland, d Sun, Feb 2 1975 10:10 am in Nevada City Hosp. He b Jul 11 1893, Swartz, MO, s/o Cornelius & Rosetta Beagles Seitz. m Ada Belle Klontz Apr 10 1921, Nevada. She d Jun 11 1969. Mr. Seitz is survived by 1 son, Eugene Seitz, Garland; 1 sis. Ms Gertrude Seitz, Pittsburg, 4 gchdrn & 7 ggchdrn. Mr. Seitz was a vet WWI, a former memb. VFW & Amer. Legion & a 50-yr memb. Garland IOOF. Fun. serv.s 2 pm Tue Cheney's Mem. Chapel with Rev. Leon Weece officiating. Bur. will be in Nat'l Cem. Pallbearers for the funeral of James Seitz were Paul Kasten, George Brannan, Verlin Flagg, V. H. Guilliford, Harvey Hollis & Stanley Ford. Mrs. Doris Jones was the pianist & Roger Collins was the solist.

[NI104100] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Sherman D King Age: 36 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0086 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0018 Co.: Lancaster, Lancaster Relation: Husband Other Residents:
Wife Minnie F 33, PA

[NI104106] John was a farmer & school teacher he taught his father & he too became a teacher. John also had a store at Camargo PA & was a horse dealer who bought & sold horse's. John's family where Mennonites.

[NI104115] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 13 Nov by Henry Cook
37 174 181 SHANK William 45 M Farmer PA
38 174 181 SHANK Sarah 43 F PA
39 174 181 SHANK John 21 M Laborer PA
40 174 181 SHANK Barbara 18 F PA
41 174 181 SHANK Esther 16 F PA
42 174 181 SHANK Lewis 14 M PA
1 174 181 SHANK Jacob 12 M PA
2 174 181 SHANK Samuel 9 M PA
3 174 181 SHANK Sarah 5 F PA

[NI104118] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Henry F Eberle State: PA Enumeration District: 0032 Color: W Age: 44 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0223 Co.: Lancaster Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01210919 Other Residents:
Wife Lona 43, PA
Son Elseworth 18, PA
1 non-relative

[NI104123] Issac was a Lancaster City Policeman Issac Div. Annie. Issac & Annie are bur. New Providence Mennonite Cem.

[NI104125] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
John L Eberle State: PA Enumeration District: 0041 Color: W Age: 31 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0099 Co.: York Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01210939 Other Residents:
Wife Ida M 27, PA
Dau. Velma M 04, PA
Dau. Lottie M 02, PA
Dau. Mary E NR, PA
1 non-relative

[NI104146] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Abram Schlonman State: PA Enumeration District: 0020 Color: W Age: 30 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0116 Co.: Lancaster Relation: Husband ImageNum: 04390245 Other Residents:
Wife Effie 30, PA
NR Adam Dussinger 25, PA
Wife Mable 23, PA
Son Charles NR, PA

[NI104152] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Charles B Dussinger State: PA Enumeration District: 0104 Color: W Age: 39 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0112 Co.: Lancaster Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01030816 Other Residents:
Wife Bertha 37, PA
Dau. Anna 12, PA
Son Charles 05, PA
Dau. Margaret 01, PA

[NI104153] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
James B Dussinger State: PA Enumeration District: 0105 Color: W Age: 37 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0157 Co.: Lancaster Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01030892 Other Residents:
Wife Elizabeth 35, PA
Dau. Mary 13, PA
Son Theodore 08, PA

[NI104162] Between last 2 chldn she had 3 miscarriages.

[NI104200] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Hubert W Graybell State: PA Enumeration District: 0033 Color: W Age: 40 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0163 Co.: Lancaster Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01670280 Other Residents:
Wife Katherine D 42, PA
Son William P 20, PA
Son Silas H 12, PA
Dau. Minnie H 08, PA
Dau. Katherine H NR, PA
Father-in-law John A Eberle 64, PA
SIL Harriet D 28, PA

[NI104255] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Edwin Bubb Age: 44 State: PA Color: W Enumeration Dist: 0018 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0131 Co: Lancaster, Columbia Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Emma 37, Pennsylvania
Daughter Rachael 17, Pennsylvania
Son William 16, Pennsylvania
Daughter Sarah 11, Pennsylvania
Adopted daughter Gladys 05, Maryland

[NI104279] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
John R Barnett State: PA Enumeration District: 0099 Color: W Age: 31 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0133 County: Lancaster Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00600695 Other Residents:
Wife Fannie B 27, Pennsylvania
Daughter Dorathy L 08, Pennsylvania
Son John E 07, Pennsylvania
Son Leon W 05, Pennsylvania
Daughter Fannie 03, Pennsylvania
Daughter Mildred 02, Pennsylvania

[NI104280] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
George E Barnett State: PA Enumeration District: 8141 Color: W Age: 57 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0192 County: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00600494 Other Residents:
Wife Emma 51, Pennsylvania
Son James H 24, Pennsylvania
Daughter Mina P 21, Pennsylvania
Son Wilbert M 18, Pennsylvania
Daughter Rosa Bell 16, Pennsylvania

[NI104319] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Harry M Donecker State: PA Enumeration District: 0014 Color: W Age: 34 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0202 Co.: Lancaster, Columbia Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01130706 Other Residents:
Wife Minnie 27, PA
Son Harvey M 02, PA
Dau. Thelma M 02, PA

[NI104322] Martin S Boas State: PA Enumeration District: 0093 Color: W Age: 28 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0125 County: Lancaster, Lancaster Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00160876 Other Residents:
Wife Sadie D 25, PA
Son William W 09, PA
Daughter Blanch I 06, PA
1 non-relative

[NI104329] Her real father unknown.John Harting divorced Mamie 12/3/1903 and was not heard from since 12/24/1903

[NI104343] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Oscar R Evans State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0118 Color: W Age: 20 B-Place: PA Visit: 0158 Co.: Lancaster, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01210177 Other Resid.s:
Wife Elizabeth 21, PA
Dau. Ethel M 01, PA
1 non-relative

[NI104557] Daily Register, Mobile, AL, Nov 8 1901 pg. 5 NECROLOGICAL Gen. James Hagan, gentleman, planter & soldier, b Philadelphia, PA, 1821. His parents had settled in that city early in the previous century, having come from Ireland. James Hagan was one of a large family. His father was a large planter near Philadelphia, & there young Hagan resided until nearly manhood. Then the family removed to New Orleans. Shortly thereafter, James came to Mobile & joined his uncle, Mr. John Hagan, sr memb. of the lg firm of Hagan, McCloskey & Co. Mr. John Hagan was a man of great wealth, & young James had every luxury at his command. He moved in the highest social circles, & was most popular in society. The life did not suit him, however. When the Texans began their fight for independence from Mexico, they won the sympathy of young Hagan. With several adventurous spirits, among them Capt. William Walker, of Mobile, bro. of the famous Judge Percy Walker, Col. Lawrence Hunter, & Maj. James Boykin, all of Dallas Co., a vessel was chartered & the co. went to TX to take part in the war. The co. purchased their own equipments. Arriving there, young Hagan, who had had the military training & was of the inclination for a soldier, joined Col. Hays' Rangers & later joined the regular army under Gen. Scott, being given the captaincy of the 3rd Dragoons. Capt. Hagan was at the battles of Monterey & Buena Vista, as well as the other important engagements of the short war which resulted in the peace treaty between Mexico & the US. After the war, Capt. Hagan returned to Mobile. He remained in the city but a short time, purchasing a large plantation on the AL river & devoting his attention to its management. Shortly afater his return from the Mexican war, Capt. Hagan m. Ms Betty Oliver, d/o Hon. Samuel W. Oliver, a plantation owner of Dallas Co. Ms Oliver was one of the most beautiful & highly cultured women in the state & a belle whose praises were widely sung. The poem, "The Rose of Alabama", was written in her honor by a literary friend. Mrs Hagan d. some 8 yrs ago. Their wedding was celebrated in Mobile, & in this city was their home almost continually during their married life. Of the union there were 4 sons who survive: Capt. John D. Hagan & Mr. Harry Hagan. Mobile; & Oliver Hagan & James R. Hagan, Houston. Numerous gchldn also survive their gfather. In addition to the closer relatives here mentioned, Gen. Hagan leaves 2 nieces in New Orleans, the only other direct memb.s of the family. In the interim between the Mexican & Civil wars, Capt. Hagan resided in Mobile. When the Civil war broke out, he at once organized a co. in Mobile, selecting trained young men. The co. was mustered into the Confederate serv. as the Mobile Dragoons with Capt. Hagan in command. They were ordered for duty to Bayou le Batre & Coden, & their departure for the city was an incident well remembered by the old citizens of today. Of the Mobile Dragoons, but 10 memb.s are now living. The coast duty was not suitable to Capt. Hagan, & he was shortly afterward detached & sent as a maj. to join the Army of the TN, in Gen. Wheeler's force. Throughout the remainder of the war, Capt. Hagan serv. under Gen. Joseph Wheeler, being made col. & later brig-gen. His friendship with Gen. Wheeler lasted until the day of his death, & when Gen. Wheeler visited Mobile at the time of the Spanish-Amer. war 3 yrs ago, there was a pathetic meeting between the 2 old comrades. Col. Hagan serv. as brig. commander under Gen. Wheeler for 2 yrs, the last of the war. His brigade was composed entirely of AL regiments, as follows: The 1st, Col. Blakey; the 3rd, Col. Robbins; the 4th, Col. Russell; the 9th, Col. Malone; the 12th, Col. Reese, & the 51st, Col. Kilpatrick. Gen. Hagan was wounded 3 times during the war, at Franklin, TN, Kingston, TN, & Fayetteville, NC. When the 3rd AL was organized after the battle of Shiloh, Capt. Hagan was placed in command as col. This was previous to his appointment as brig.-gen. It was at Murfreesboro, 40 yrs ago, when Gen. Hagan commanded the outposts of Wheeler's army, that to him the Fed.s surrendered Copperhead C. L. Vanlandingham. At the close of the Civil War, Gen. Hagan returned to Mobile, & has resided here since that time. He owned & managed a cotten plantation on the AL river for some yrs immediately after the war, but soon gave that business up & spent this time in Mobile. In 1885, under Pres. Cleveland's 1st adm. he was appointed crier in the US court for the middle district of AL, under Judge Bruce. He has since occupied the same position in the US court for the Southern district of AL, under Judge Harry T. Toulmin. At the outbreak of the Spanish-Amer war, Gen. Hagan wrote his old commander, Gen. Joseph Wheeler, & said that if his serv.s were needed in defence of his country or otherwise, he would take pleasure in volunteering. He received a most pleasant letter in reply From Gen. Wheeler. Gen. Hagan was one of the best known & most popular men in AL. Throughout the state reside vets of the Civil war who serv. under him, & by all of them he was held in the greatest love & veneration. His chief characteristic was his gentle nature & his care for men during the war times, & it was this that endeared him to all who served under him. Since the close of the war, & during his residence in this city, Gen. Hagan became known personally to nearly every citizen, & he was a memb. of that old type of Southern culture which is so fast disappearing. His health was vigorous until the last. His last illness was of but 2 dys' duration, & but an hr before he d. he refused permission for the family to summon a physican, saying he was suffering only temporary weakness. It is interesting in a sketch of the life of Gen. Hagan to note that his wife's father, Hon. Samuel W. Oliver, Dallas Co., was one of the leading lawyers of the state d. quite suddenly while conducting his campaign for governor of the state. Although not a member of the local camps of the Confederate Vets, Gen. Hagan was held in high esteem by all of the memb.s, & in honor of his memory, memb.s of both camps will attend the funeral in a body. James Hagan is bur. in the same grave with his wife in the Magnolia Cem., Mobile, AL, square 11. The grave is marked: Bettie Oliver Hagan Wife of Gen. James Hagan Died March 19, 1894 General James Hagan Died Nov6, 1901
Also buried in this grave is the black lady remembered only as Mammy, who had been Bettie's slave. She remained with Bettie all her life, & at her (Mammy's) request was bur. with them. Note: There are several dates given for the birth of James Hagan. His place of birth is given as Philadelphia in his obit, & as PA in some censuses. However, his family is certain that he b in Ireland, & that he spoke with a marked Irish accent. Gen. Joseph Wheeler, his superior office & close friend, says in a biographical sketch that he b in Ireland. It is believed that he gave the PA place of birth for personal reasons.

[NI104559] Samuel was b. Charlotte Co., VA raised in Athens, GA by his gmother & uncle (he was orphaned at 5 or 6). He was a lawyer, politician & planter. He moved to Conecuh Co., AL in 1819, & represented that co. in the AL Legislature for 11 terms, 6 as Speaker. In 1837 he moved to dallas Co. where he ran for governor (lost by 2400 votes). Apparently he was appointed attorney general then but never served. He caught "the fever" in Sep & d. in Jan.

[NI104584] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Simon P Geisel State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0155 Color: W Age: 50 B-Place: PA Visit: 0028 Co.: Somerset, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01540353 Other Resid.s:
Wife Mary 53, PA
Son John C 24, PA
Mother-in-law Eliza Berkey 81, PA

[NI104603] 1850 census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA
25 Berkey, David 21 M Farmer - 2,000 Acres
Berkey, Caroline 23 F
Berkey, Ephraim 3 M
Berkey, Levi 2 M
Berkey, Jacob 5 mo. M

[NI104606] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Chauncey H Berkey State: PA Enumeration District: 0160 Color: W Age: 79 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0113 County: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00440821 Other Residents:
Wife Elizabeth 75, Pennsylvania

[NI104607] 1850 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA
83 Berkey, Peter, Jr. 56 M Farmer - 3000 Acres
Berkey, Sarah 45 F
Berkey, Susanna 17 F
Berkey, Jacob 14 M
Berkey, Sarah 10 F

[NI104608] 1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 16 Jun 1870 by H. J. Boyts
22 123 119 Berkey Sarah 65 F W Retired Housekeeper Pa
23 123 119 Berkey Peter 19 M W At Home Pa

[NI104611] 1850 Federal Census Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 31 Oct by Henry Cook
4 436 485 Burkey Samuel 25 M Farmer 900 Pa
5 436 485 Burkey Mary 28 F Pa
6 436 485 Burkey Susanah 3 F Pa

[NI104613] 26 40 39 Berkey Jacob 33 M W farmer 5,000 Pa
27 40 39 Berkey Sarah 32 F W wife Pa
28 40 39 Berkey William 11 M W At Home Pa
29 40 39 Berkey Lewis 8 M W At Home Pa
30 40 39 Berkey Mary 3 F W At Home Pa
31 41 40 Berkey M W 1 M W At Home Pa

[NI104625] Herald of Truth - Vol XVII, # 9 - Aug 1880, pg 153, 154. Jun 23rd, Somerset Co, Pa, Jacob Blough an old memb of German Bapt Ch, aged 71y 1m 18d. Funeral by Joseph Berkey & Jacob Hopzapple. Bur on 25th at Berkey M H.
1850 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA
89 Blough, Jacob 41 M Farmer - 3000 Acres PA
Blough, Anne 44 F
Blough, Issac 20 M Carpenter
Blough, Joseph 18 M Laborer
Blough, Elisabeth 16 F
Blough, John 13 M
Blough, Nancy 11 F
Blough, Daniel 9 M
Blough, Rachel 6 F
Blough, David 4 M
Blough, Mary 2 F
1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA 16 Jun H. J. Boyts
25 130 126 Blough Jacob 61 M W farmer 5,000 Pa
26 130 126 Blough Annie 64 F W wife Pa
27 130 126 Blough David 24 M W farm laborer Pa
28 130 126 Blough Mary 22 F W domestic servant Pa

[NI104629] 1850 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA
74 76 BLOUGH Daniel, Jr. 30 M Farmer
Hanah 26 F
Hiram 9 M
Cyrus 7 M
Lavenia 3 F
Elisabeth 1 F
1870 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA 8 Aug H. J. Boyts
35 8 8 Blough Daniel J. 50 M W Farmer 6,000 1,900 Pa
Blough Elisabeth 36 F W wife Pa
Blough Lena 18 F W at home Pa
Blough Mary 12 F W at home Pa
Blough Simon 8 M W at home Pa
Blough Luisa 4 F W at home Pa

[NI104639] Herald of Truth - Vol XIX # 9 May 1 1882 pg 141, 142. WINGARD. Mar 29, Richland Twp, Cambria Co, PA Maria Wingard, aged 82y 2m. For many yrs she suffered from spells of severe sickness. She had one of these on morn of her death. As she spoke frequently of her Sis, living 7 mis distant, she was sent for. She exchanged a few words with her Sis & d half an hr after her arrival. Yrs ago she had prepared her bur clothes. Her husb d 18m before her. She leaves a numerous family of chdn, gchdn & ggchdn. Funeral servs by Moses Miller & John Hershberger.

[NI104640] 1850 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 5th day of Nov Henry Cook
7 9 9 WINGERT Jacob 48 M Farmer France REMARKS: actually born Pa
WINGERT Mary 51 F PA
WINGERT Susannah 21 F PA
WINGERT Mary 18 F PA
WINGERT Peter 20 M Laborer PA
WINGERT Margaret 16 F PA
WINGERT John 16 M Laborer PA
WINGERT Levi 8 M PA
WINGERT Barbara 7 F PA
WINGERT Eve 5 F PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 18
425 38 2793 2828 Wingard Jacob 57 M farmer 7000 1800 Germany
Wingard Mary 60 F PA
Wingard Eve 17 F PA
Wingard Levi 16 M PA
Sharp Thomas 13 M PA

[NI104654] 1850 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 10 Oct 1850 by J. J. Schell
51 54 BERKEY William 26 M Farmer 1000 PA
Caroline 23 F PA
Albert 3 M PA
Harmon 1 M PA
PENROD Jeremiah 18 M Laborer PA
PENROD Jane 12 F PA

[NI104657] Bur. On the farm of Howard Miller, Berkey Cem., Jenners Twp., Somerset Co., PA
1850 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA
4 4 BERKEY Elijah 37 M Farmer
Nancy 37 F
Mary 13 F
Gabriel* 11 M
Rachel 9 F
Jost* 7 M
John 4/12 M

[NI104658] 1850 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA
80 Berkey, Aaron 30 M Farmer
Berkey, Catharine 23 F
Berkey, John 6 M
Berkey, Samuel 4 M
Berkey, Eliza 1 mo F
Meyers, George 21 M Laborer
1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA 8 Jun 1870 H. J. Boyts
11 23 23 Berkey Aaron 50 M W farmer 1,500 Pa
Berkey Amie 40 F W wife Pa
Berkey Josiah 12 M W At Home Pa
Berkey Lewis 10 M W At Home Pa
Berkey Lavina 6 F W At Home Pa
Berkey George 3 M W At Home Pa

[NI104660] 1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 11 Jun 1860 by Josiah H. Zimmerman
197 215 BERKEY Abiah 33 M Cooper 70 [?] PA
Catharine 36 F PA
Isabela 7 F PA
John 3 M PA

[NI104710] Gassed in WWI which caused his death a couple yrs after he came home from war.

[NI104717] His name mentioned in book "Chinalt's Flying Tigers". Flew with Flying Tigers in China durring WWII. Recruited into Amer. Vil. Group of Chinese Air Force, the original "Flying Tigers" in 1941, serv. under Gen. Clair Lee Chenault until it was disbanded in Fall 1942.

[NI104729] "FIKE FAMILY. This family emigrated from Germany. The first ancestor of record is Christian, Sr. (d 1771), who in 1745 settled in Bern Twp, Lancaster Co. PA (now Berks Co.). Christian Sr., was the father of 3 sons, all Brethren: John (D1829), Christian Jr (1761-1851) and Jacob (c.1769-1841).

[NI104735] "Orphan's Court petition Chester Co 1775 by Anna & Margaret Fike daughters of deceased Christian Fike requested that Adam Rickabaugh RB2 be appointed guardian for Catherine, age 12, & Jacob age 7."

[NI104736] "Orphan's Court petition Chester Co 1775 by Anna & Margaret Fike daughters of deceased Christian Fike requested that Adam Rickabaugh RB2 be appointed guardian for Catherine, age 12, & Jacob age 7."
Jacob moved from Somerset Co. PA & settled abt 1812 near Markleysburg, Fayette Co., PA, where he helped establish the Sandy Creek congregation. Later he moved to OH where he d.

[NI104852] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
William Glover State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0038 Color: W Age: 32 B-Place: WV Visit: 0112 Co.: Fayette, Relation: Husband Image #: 01580753 Other Resid.s:
Wife Minnie 30, MD
Son Carl J 09, PA
Son Frederick 05, PA
Dau. Thelma 03, PA
Son Clarence NR, PA
1 non-relative

[NI104859] Margaret G. Raybeck, 79, Confluence, d Jun 11 1993, Conemaugh Hosp, Johnstown; b Feb 16 1914, in Markleysburg, d/o William & Minnie (Fike) Glover. Survived by her husband Elliott T.; a son, Gerald E., Rapid City, SD; & daug Sharon K. Blixt, Naperville, IL; 5 gchldn & 5 sis': Thelma Drummer, Uniontown; Mae Humberston, Elsie Burnworth, Helen Krepps & Jean Pullin, all Markleysburg; a half-sis Opal Strawser, Bruceton Mills, WV; & bro Roy Glover, Markleysburg. Preceded in death by a son, Sherrill Rae, & bros Fred, Clarence & Russell. She was memb 1st Christian Ch of Confluence & Ursina Amer Legion Auxiliary. Friends received 7-9 pm today & 10 pm-9 pm Sun Humbert Funeral Home, Confluence, servs Mon 2 pm with Rev. Evert C. Millard officiating. Bur Addison Cem.

[NI104932] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Marcellus W Fike State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0038 Color: W Age: 47 B-Place: Maryland Visit: 0115 Co.: Fayette, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01320193 Other Resid.s:
Wife Anna B 51, PA
Son Philip T 22, PA

[NI104933] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Andrew J Fike State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0038 Color: W Age: 43 B-Place: Maryland Visit: 0116 Co.: Fayette, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01310511 Other Resid.s:
Wife Mary E 42, PA
Dau. Della M F 15, PA

[NI104936] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Albert J Fike State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0038 Color: W Age: 39 B-Place: Maryland Visit: 0114 Co.: Fayette, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01310485 Other Resid.s:
Wife Anna J 29, PA
Son Quintes J 11, PA
Son Scott H 03, PA
Son Carl E NR, PA

[NI104944] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Alfred Glover State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0070 Color: W Age: 66 B-Place: Virginia Visit: 0241 Co.: Fayette, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01580394 Other Resid.s:
Wife Hulda M 62, MD
Dau. Lilly L 35, VA
Dau. Mary E 30, MD
Son Earl J 14, MD
Dau. Nama M 09, MD
Dau. Violet P 05, PA

[NI104947] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Elija Fike State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0126 Color: W Age: 51 B-Place: Maryland Visit: 0406 Co.: Somerset, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01310710 Other Resid.s:
Wife Cora May 39, PA
Dau. Elma 17, PA
Dau. Lou 16, PA
Son James Lester 14, PA
Son Paul 12, PA
Dau. Pearle 10, PA
Son Gilbert R 08, PA
Son Harry D 06, PA
Son Robert 03, PA
Son Eugene NR, PA

[NI104951] 1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 2 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
39 147 165 Bowser Dan'l. 35 M Farmer 2,000 Pa
40 147 165 Bowser Joel 30 M Pa
41 147 165 Bowser Susan 28 F Pa

[NI104977] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Albert Guesman State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0098 Color: W Age: 31 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0115 Co.: Greene Relation: Husb. ImageNum: 01540853 Other Residents:
Wife Annie C 28, PA
Son Clyde E 01, PA

[NI105045] 1870 Federal Census Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 17 Aug 1870 by Michael G. Smith
24 82 82 Hostetter Elias 43 M W Farm Laborer 1,900 475 PA
25 82 82 Hostetter Mary 33 F W House Keeper PA
26 82 82 Hostetter Anna 1/12 F W PA May

[NI105050] 1850 Federal Census Summit Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on the 11 Oct 1850 by John H. Smith
12 80 80 Fike Jacob 62 M None PA
13 80 80 Fike Susan 56 F PA
14 80 80 Fike Joseph 17 M Labourer PA

[NI105052] Christian, s/o Christian Jr., moved to IA in 1855. Later generations spread through the west. His des.s, also, are active Brethren.
1850 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 11 Oct 1850 by J. J. Schell
85 88 FIKE Christian 57 M Farmer 2500 PA
Susanna 51 F PA
Christian 21 M Farmer PA
Tobias 19 M Farmer PA
Sally 17 F PA
Moses 14 M PA
Peter 11 F PA
Susanna 9 F PA
Joseph 7 M PA

[NI105053] Peter (m. Magdalina Arnold), son of Christian Jr., moved to Eglon WV, in 1854. 3 of his sons were ministers: Samuel A, Aaron, & Moses. They & their des.s were very active in helping to organize many Brethren Ch.s in W VA & MD. There are des. of Peter throughout the Ch. of the Brethren.

[NI105056] CENSUS 1870 Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 11 August 1870 by Michael G. Smith
19 17 17 Fike Joseph 72 M W Retired Farmer 2,625 10,900 Penna
20 17 17 Fike Lallie* 62 F W Penna
REMARKS: * First name could be Sallie
21 17 17 Fike Mahlon 20 M W Penna
22 17 17 Fike John 13 M W Penna
23 17 17 Fike Susan 38 F W Penna
24 17 17 Fike Anna 36 F W Penna
25 17 17 Breninger Elizabeth 95 F W Penna

[NI105071] 1850 Federal Census Elklick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 1 Nov 1850 by John H. Smith
20 151 155 Lichty Samuel J. 23 M Farmer 3,500 PA
21 151 155 Lichty Catharine 23 F PA
22 151 155 Lichty William 2 M PA
1870 Federal Census Salisbury Boro, Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 8 Aug 1870 by Michael F. Smith
19 4 4 Lichty Samuel J. 43 M W Merchant 3,000 6,000 PA
20 4 4 Lichty Catharine 43 F W HK PA
21 4 4 Lichty Daniel 19 M W PA
22 4 4 Lichty Mollie M. 17 F W PA
23 4 4 Lichty Sarah 12 F W PA
24 4 4 Lichty Albert S. 10 M W PA
25 4 4 Lichty Anna 5 F W PA
1880 Federal Census Salisbury Boro, Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator Harvey Hay 2 Jun 1880
7 4 284B 49 Grant St. 40 42 Lichty Samuel J W M 52 Laborer Laborer PA PA PA
7 4 284B 50 Grant St. 40 42 Lichty Catharine W M 51 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
7 5 285A 1 Grant St. 40 42 Lichty Sadie E W F 22 Daughter At home PA PA PA Page 5 dated 2 June 1880
7 5 285A 2 Grant St. 40 42 Lichty Annie W F 18 Daughter At home PA PA PA
7 5 285A 3 Grant St. 40 42 Lichty Albert W W M 20 Son At home PA PA PA

[NI105073] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 13 Nov by Henry Cook
40 168 175 STINEMAN Jacob 44 M Farmer 3,300 PA
41 168 175 STINEMAN Mary A. 47 F PA
42 168 175 STINEMAN Elizabeth 17 F PA
1 168 175 STINEMAN Joseph 16 M Laborer PA
2 168 175 STINEMAN George 14 M PA
3 168 175 STINEMAN Daniel 12 M PA
4 168 175 STINEMAN Jacob 10 M PA
5 168 175 STINEMAN Mary A. 7 F PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 10, 1860
406 20 2653 2690 Stineman Jacob 50 M farmer 6000 1200 PA last name may be Stineman
406 21 2653 2690 Stineman Mary 55 F PA
406 22 2653 2690 Stineman George 23 M stave maker PA
406 23 2653 2690 Stineman Daniel 21 M farm laborer PA
406 24 2653 2690 Stineman Jacob 20 M farm laborer PA
406 25 2653 2690 Stineman Mary A. 18 F PA
406 26 2653 2690 Croyle Philip 14 M PA
Biographical & Porttrait Cyclopedia of Cambria Co., PA 1896; Jacob Stineman was b on old homestead of the Stinemans, Adams twp, & lived & d in that section. Although a man of limited edu, he possessed many strong attributes of mind. He was a man of observing habits & volume from which he obtained most of his info was the great book of nature. From this source, being a man of practical instincts & talents, he obtained much information of great value to him in everyday affairs of life. He was a man of strictest integrity of character & one in whom was reposed the confidence & respect of his neighbors by whom he was frequently elected to offices of trust. In religion, he adhered to the Luth ch. He m Mary Croyle, d/o Thomas Croyle, Cambria co, Chdn b to Jacob Stineman & Mary Croyle were: Elizabeth, deceased, was w/o Jacob Seigh; Joseph P., Philadelphia, PA, not actively engaged in business; George B.; Daniel T., who entered Civil War, in Co F 198th reg't PA vols, & lost his life at the battle of Hatcher's Run, Feb 9 1865. Daniel T. Stineman Post, No. 560, South Fork, was named in honor of his memory; Jacob C.; & Mary Ann, w/o Joseph S. Stull, of this co.

[NI105083] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
David Kimmel State: PA Enumeration District: 0160 Color: W Age: 27 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0482 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02490654 Other Residents:
Wife Cora 25, PA


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