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[NI113026] 1850 Federal Census Jenner Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 24 Oct 1850 by John J Schell
33 211 220 Horner Jacob 39 M W Farmer 2,500 PA
34 211 220 Horner Elisabeth 27 F W PA
35 211 220 Horner David 7 M W PA
36 211 220 Horner Samuel 5 M W PA
37 211 220 Horner Mary 4 F W PA
38 211 220 Horner Louisa 2 F W PA

[NI113028] Gospel Herald, Dec. 18, 1975 Lily Ellen (Stalter) Kauffman b Roundhill, Alberta on May 24, 1911 and passed away at the Tofield Hospital on October 9, 1975, after a lengthy illness, age 64 yrs, 4 mos, 15 dys. She accepted Christ in her youth & her faithfulness was expressed in serv to her church. Christ remained the center of her life during the yrs of her failing health. She m. Loyal Jay Kauffman Dec 14 1933. They were blessed with 5 dau.s & 2 sons, Betty (Mrs. Merlin Stauffer), Edmonton; Ellen (Mrs.Leo Lauber), Tofield; Donald, Edmonton; Inez (Mrs. Walter Lutz), Holden; Grace (Mrs. Edwin Good), Edmonton; & Joseph, Tofield. She was predeceased by one infant dau. 2 bro.s also preceded her in death. She leaves to mourn her passing her husb, 6 chldn, 18 gchldn, her step-mother, 1 bro, & 5 sis.s, & a host of relatives & friends.

[NI113033] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
261 208 PAINTER Elias 23 M Farmer PA
261 208 PAINTER Eve 22 F PA
261 208 PAINTER Rachel 2 F PA
261 208 PAINTER Susanna 9/12 F PA
261 208 GULL Ellen 8 F PA
261 208 GULL Jacob 49 M Stonemason PA

[NI113054] 1850 Federal Census Elklick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 21 Oct 1850 by John H. Smith
28 132 136 Livengood Jacob 45 M Farmer 5,000 PA
29 132 136 Livengood Elizabeth 41 F PA
30 132 136 Livengood Rebecca 15 F PA
31 132 136 Livengood Sarah 14 F PA
32 132 136 Livengood Franklin 12 M PA
33 132 136 Livengood Joseph 9 M PA
34 132 136 Livengood Mary 8 F PA
35 132 136 Livengood Amos 7 M PA
36 132 136 Livengood Lewis 6 M PA
37 132 136 Livengood Annas 1 M PA

[NI113057] 1850 Federal Census Elklick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 1 Nov 1850 by John H. Smith
24 170 174 Livengood David 40 M Farmer 5,000 PA
25 170 174 Livengood Sarah 30 F PA
26 170 174 Livengood Samuel 14 M PA
27 170 174 Livengood Barbara 12 F PA
28 170 174 Livengood Jacob D. 11 M PA
29 170 174 Livengood Susan 8 F PA
30 170 174 Livengood Ann 6 F PA
31 170 174 Livengood Adaline 3 F PA
32 170 174 Moyer Joseph 15 M Labourer PA
CENSUS 1870 Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 17 August 1870 by Michael G. Smith
14 124 124 Livengood David 61 M W Retired Farmer 15,500 12,000 Penna
15 124 124 Livengood Sallie 50 F W Penna
16 124 124 Livengood Jacob D. 30 M W Penna
17 124 124 Livengood Addie 23 F W Penna
18 124 124 Matina Barbara 12 F W Penna

[NI113064] J-town Trib-Demo, Fri 04 Jan 2002 (pic). Eash, John E Sr, 95, Hollsopple d 2 Jan 2002, Conemaugh Med Ctr; b 1 Aug 1906, Conemaugh Twp s/o Samuel A & Cadilla (Blough) Eash. Preceded by parents; stepmother Anna Harvey Eash; bros Stephen, Samuel, Herbert & 4 inf bros; sis' Lydia, Eva Shetler, Mary McKenna & Twila; & gdau. Survived by wife Rose (Moranduzzo), with whom he would have celebrated 72y on Feb 15th; chldn: Rev John E Jr h/o Wilma Berkey, Hollsopple; Laurence D h/o Bernice Hershberger, York; Arbutus w/o John A Blough, Hollsopple; & Dr Violette Eash, Huntington, WV; also 11 gchdn; 26 ggchdn; & 1 gggchd. Bro of Nancy Impala & Laverne Kinkead, both Johnstown; & Earl, VA; also sis-in-law Thereas Eash; & stepsis Annabelle Kauffman; & stepbro Ross Miller; & numerous nieces & nephews & cousins. Memb Maple Spring COB. Retired miner & plasterer for Q P Geisel & PennDOT. He was 5th generation desc of Joseph Johns founder of Johnstown. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9pm Fri George E Mason Funeral Home, Davidsville & 1hr before serv at 2pm Sat at Maple Spring COB, Rev William W Wenger officiating. Bur Maple Spring Cem.

[NI113065] Biographical & Porttrait Cyclopedia, Cambria Co., PA 1896; One of the most prominent families of Cambria co. Its old world home is in the little prosperous kingdom of Holland, whence came Christian Stineman, the ggfather of the older membs (Jacob C. & George B.) of the family now living in Cambria co. He was tailor by trade & came to US at age 18 yrs. This founder of the family in US 1st located in Schuylkill co, PA, later to Bedford co, whence his son, Jacob Stineman, gfather, removed to 1803, to what is now Cambria co, & located in what was then Conemaugh twp, later Richland twp & now Adams twp, on the waters of South Fork. His location in that section, almost a century ago & antedating the formation of the co itself, was fraught with hardships that characterize the genuine pioneer life. The 1st thing necessary was to bld a cabin to shelter family, then clearing away of woods & planting, & soon the wilderness, whose stillness had never been broken by man, began to assume an appearance fit for habitations. Here, Jacob Stineman spent the remainder of his life, engaged in necessary pursuits of farming & milling, & d Sep 28 1853. He m Elizabeth Ling, a Bedford co lady in 1805, & among his chdn was Jacob Stineman, father of Jacob C. & George B. Stineman.
1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 13 Nov by Henry Cook
28 166 172 STINEMAN Jacob 74 M None 5,150 PA
29 166 172 STINEMAN Catherine 64 F PA
30 166 172 STINEMAN Samuel 20 M Miller PA
31 166 172 REIGHARD Benjamin 14 M PA
I, Jacob Stineman, of Twp of Richland, Co of Cambria, State of PA, farmer, do make & publish this my last will & Testament, hereby revoking & making void all former wills by me at any time heretofore made; 1st, I direct that my body be decently interred, & that my funeral be conducted in a manner corresponding with my estate & situation in life, & as to such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to intrust me with, I dispose of the same as follows: 1st, I direct that all my debts & funeral expenses be pd as soon after my desease as possible, out of the 1st money that shall come into the hands of my executors from any portion of my estate real or personal. 2nd, I direct that a fair valuation or appraisement be made by 3 judicious neighbours, of all of my estate both real & personal, including my household furniture, & after being signed with their names that a copy of the same shall be given by them to ea of my executors. 3rd, I direct that all my Real & Personal estate of which I shall die seised or possessed shall be sold by my executors, for its reasonable value for current money or on such credit & the amt thereof secured in such manner as is usual in like cases to insure the full & punctual pymt thereof. & to effectuate this my intention, I do hereby vest in my executors, full power & authority to dispose of my Real Estate, in fee simple in as full & large a manner in every respect as I could myself do if living. 4th, I direct that the money which shall be realized from the sale of my Real & Personal Estate shall be divided among my chldn as follows: Daniel Stineman. Eli Stineman, Phillip Stineman, Susan Stineman m to Alexander Weisel, Sarah Stineman m to Peter Klont, Elizabeth Stineman m to Adam Cobler, Pegy Stineman m to Volentine Belle are to receive share & share alike. Jacob Stineman, John Stineman, & Laura Stineman m to Samuel Flenner, ea to receive $400 less than those previously named, they having already received that amt more than those previously named. 5th, I direct that my son Samuel Stineman receive $5 out of my estate & no more. 6th, I direct that my wife Catharine Stineman shall receive so much of my estate as she is fully entitled to by the laws of this Commonwealth, & no more. 7th, I do hereby make & ordain my beloved son Jacob Stineman & my Friend Theophilus L. Heyer of Boro of Johnstown, executors of this my last will & Testament. In witness whereof I, Jacob Stineman, the Testator, have to this my will, written on one sheet of Paper, set my hand & seal, this 31 May 1853. (Signed) Jacob Stineman (Seal) Signed, Sealed, Declared, & published by the above named Jacob Stineman as & for his last will & testament in presence of us who at his request & in his presence have subscribed our names as witnesses hereto - George Wissinger, Jr., Charles Shiry, Cambria Co, SS This day before me, A. C. Mullin, Deputy Register for the probate of Wills & granting letters of Admin, in & for said Co, personally came George Wissinger & Charles Shiry, the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing will, who being duly sworn according to law, do say that they were present & saw & heard Jacob Stineman, Sr., the testator, sign, seal, publish & declare the foregoing instrument of writing as & for his last will & testament, & that at the time of do doing he was of sound mind, memory & understanding to the best of their knowledge & belief. Sworn & subscribed George Wissinger 12 Oct 1853 Charles Shiry A. C. Mullin, Dep. Reg. Note: This will ended up in the PA Supreme Court to test the 6th provision of his will - exactly how much was Catherine Stineman, entitled to under the law.

[NI113102] Johann Jacob Zufall b on Jan 16 1730, Obervorschutz, Hesse, s/o Johannes Zufall, a pastor at Obervorschutz from 1720-1732. Johann matriculated at Marburg Univ Apr 30 1753; also matriculated in 1764, at the “Gymnasium Illustre” in Bremen: “Joh. Jacob Zufall, Obervorschutza-Hassus, S.M.C.” (Sancti Ministerii Candidatus); was one of 4 candidates for PA serv to present themselves to Holland fathers in May 1765, the others being Frederick Berger, Frederick Henop, & Nicholas Pomp. Examined & ordained May 27 1765. Arrived Philadelphia Sep 1765. At a special coetus meeting held in Oct, from which he was absent because of illness, his call to the Tulpehocken charge was confirmed. He began serving 5 congregations: 2 Tulpehockens (1765-1767), Tolpehil (1765-1767), Kimmerling’s (1765-1767), & Millbach (1765-1767). Already in 1766 there were complaints abt his ministry, & apparently they were satisfactorily dealt with. But complaints abt his excessive drinking reoccurred. Upon investigation, the officers of coetus found them to be justified & reported to the 1767 coetus that Zufall was leaving Tulpehocken to accept the pastorate of the 2nd Philadelphia congregation (St. George’s). Coetus then adopted unanimously a resolution that Zufall, “on account of his intemperate habits & the acceptance of a call to a quarrelsome congregation which has never belonged to Coetus, can no longer be regarded as a memb of Coetus, but is herewith excluded from the same totally & for all time.” (MC, pp. 252-253). Served St. George’s, Philadelphia, briefly in 1767-1768. On Aug 12 1767 he presented his credentials to the 2nd Presbytery of Philadelphia, which had already taken his congregation under its jurisdiction. The presby decided to accept him as a memb. The relationship thus established was a fleeting one. A yr later, Zufall complained that St. George’s had not pd his promised salary & asked the presby to help in obtaining what was due him before he left the parish. The presby summoned representatives of the congregation, urged strongly that they meet their obligations, & then terminated their relationship with it. The name of Zufall disappears from the minutes at this time. He returned to the area of his 1st call & serv Kimmerling’s (1768-1769), Heidelbergtown or Schaefferstown (1768-1769), Tolpehil (1769), & Jonestown (1769). He m Mar 20 1769, Veronica Brunner. According to the coetus minutes of Sep 1769, his wife by that time had already left him.

[NI113103] Emanuel and Elizabeth lived in Montgomery County Ohio. They had ten children.

[NI113152] Johnstown Trib Sep 1947 SHAFFER Odie M., 50, rear 740 Bedford St., 5:30 pm Sep 26 1947, Mem. Hosp. b Jul 23 1897, d/o O.W. & Margaret (Shank) Thomas. Survived by hus., Edward Shaffer, 1 son, William, at home. Also father, 329 Oak St., & bro.s & sis.s Clifford Thomas, Suter St; George Thomas, 329 Oak St., & Mrs. Hannah Johnson, 329 Oak St., & Mrs. Margaret Ressler, 329 Oak St. mem. Walnut Grove Ch. of the Breth.. Funeral 2 pm Mon, Geisel Funeral Home, Rev. J.A. Robinson; Bur., Richland Cem. Friends received at the funeral home 6 pm Sat. WW I vet of Army, served Germany.

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[NI113182] JOHNSTOWN Trib - AUG 3, 1935 (Note: Middle initial L is wrong in this article) TROLLEY VICTIM BELIEVED TO BE LOCAL RESIDENT. Tentatively Identified as Frank L Long, 46, Rear of 812 Oak St. A man believed to be Frank L Long, 46, rear of 812 Oak St, was struck by street car last night, & lay on tracks of Valley Railway at Enola, near Harrisburg. He was dead when body was picked up. Arthur Clapper, Enola, motorman of street car, said he saw victim lying on the track, but did not have time to stop the car. A rod on right side of car was believed to have struck the man, who was found to have suffered a fractured skull. Whether or not he had been injured previously was not kwn, according to S.H Christine, Enola chief of police. The dead man was identified as Frank L Long through Army discharge papers found in his pocket. The body was removed to Musselman funeral parlors at Lemoyne to wait the inquest & word from relatives. Frank L Long left Johnstown Thu to find work, according to his wife, Mrs. Jennie Long. Mrs. Long said description of man killed at Enola fitted her husb, although she has not received any direct word of his death. The Frank L Long residing at rear of 812 Oak St serv in Army during WWI, but his serv record was not available here. The discharge papers found on the body at Enola said the man enlisted Jun 24 1918, serv in France & Belgium with Co I 6th Infy, & was honorably discharged in 1919. Frank L Long, Johnstown resident, has 6 chldn; Doris, Roy, Harry, Lillian, Verna & Velma. Also 4 bros, 3 of them living in Johnstown. He had been unemployed for last 2 or 3 yrs.
JOHNSTOWN Trib, AUG 5 1935 FUNERAL OF FRANK LONG. Funeral servs for Frank Long, 46 yr old WWI vet who was fatally injured by a trolley car Fri night at Enola, near Harrisburg, will be at 10:30 am tomorrow at residence, rear 812 Oak St. They will be in charge of Rev. Dr. Franklin E. Hetrick, pastor Dale Evang Ch. Bur Richland Cem, in charge S. J. Conway, mortician. b Bedford Co, Mr. Long was s/o Skyles & Della (McGrew) Long. He is survived by widow, Mrs. Jennie (Ferguson) Long & chldn; Verna w/o Peter Esmond, NJ; & Dorsey, Roy, Harry, Charles, Lillian & Velma, all at home. Mr. Long was bro of Dorsey Long, Moxham; Curtis Long, Cypress Ave, Oscar Long, Fairfield Ave, & Harry Long, CA.

[NI113185] Newspaper article Date ukwn (clipping on file) HAPPILY, "HAP" HAD A PERFECT ALIBI FOR ONCE Because they work at night, Employees of a morning newspaper do their "tick-tacking," if any, the wee sma' hrs of the morn. A group of "the boys" were out long before daylight yesterday & selected the homes of fellow Demo employees for noise-making at (to others) an unearthly hour. A few minutes after dragging a string of empty cans across the porch of "Hap's" home, which happens to be a double house, the merry-makers were convulsed to hear an excited neighbor-to-neighbor call "Get up quick! They've just thrown 'Hap' on the porch." (In justice to "Hap" it might be added that he was then in the kitchen of his own home, completely sober, getting ready to leave on a hunting trip). OBIT JohnstownTrib-Demo THOMAS - Harold L., 62, 1122 Miles St., d Dec 14 1972, at home. b Oct. 2 1910, Johnstown, s/o Charles & Edith (Long) Thomas. Survived by 2 sons, Gerald C., m Shelby Haberkorn, Coldren St., & Ronald; & by widow; also 2 gdau.s. bro. of Mrs. Stella [SIC - it's DELLA] Nash, 1084 Bedford St., & Mrs. Marie Ruckser, 1178 Bedford St., & Sam Thomas, El Paso, TX. Was a printer for the Trib-Demo for 42 yrs. mem. Oakland United Meth. Ch. & Internat'l Typographical Union. Friends received 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm Fri at the Picking - Treece - Bennett Mortuary, where serv.s will be conducted 10 am Sat, Rev. Richard m Burns. Bur. Richland Cem. Friends are requested to please omit flowers.

[NI113186] JohnstownTrib-Demo Dec 1 1986 NASH Della M., 70, 349 Vo-Tech Drive, d Nov 30 1986, Mem. Hosp. b Jan 29 1916, Johnstown, d/o Charles H. & Edith (Long) Thomas. Preceded by parents, hus., Evan W.; & bro.s, Charles H.(ERROR Harold L) & Smauel S. Thomas. Survived by chldn Barbara L., w/o Wayne Fisher, Johnstown, & Delores M., w/o Adam T. VanScoyc, Westminster, MD; also 6 gchldn & 7 ggchldn. Sis. of Marie Ruckser, Johnstown, Also survived by brother-in-law, Douglas F. Nash, & stepsister-in-law, Thelma Small, both Johnstown. mem. Trinity Luth. Ch.. Formerly employed at Old Tollgate Inn, Miller's Palm Isle & Harmonie Singing Society. Friends received 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm Mon John Henderson Co. Funeral Home, where serv. 1 pm Thu, Rev. David N. Finney. Bur. Forest Lawn Cem.

[NI113187] El Paso, TX newspaper SAMUEL S. THOMAS, 61 , passed away Sat at his res. Life long resident of El Paso. [error here, b Johnstown, PA, lived here until late 1950's or so]. He had been employed with El Paso Electric Co. for 27 yrs. Survived by wife Mrs. Kathryn m Thomas, son Charles Thomas, dau. Gloria Duchouquette, & Edie Harvey, all El Paso, 5 gchldn, sis.s Della Nash & Marie Ruckser, both PA. Funeral serv. 12:45 pm Wed Martin Chapel, Rev. Marcus Barnett, officiating. Pallbearers Eugene Myers, Floyd Bourbon, Don Calentine, Francis Mesule, Joe Jennings & Willie Thompson. Bur. Ft. Bliss National Cem. with military honors. Directed by Martin, 3839 Montana 566-3955 Head stone SAMUEL S. THOMAS MSGT US ARMY WORLD WAR II AUG 8 1921 OCT 9 1982 Also worked for Johnstown Traction Co. as a bus driver. (per Marie Ruckser).

[NI113190] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Oliver J Little State: PA Dist: 0388 Color: W Age: 43 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0009 Co.: Allegheny, Pittsburgh Relation: Head ImageNum: 02700272 Other Res.s:
Wife Ida D 38, PA
Son Ralph L 19, PA

[NI113207] Gospel Herald Norman Thomas 9 Nov 1882 Vol 82 # 42 Oct 17 1989 pg 742. Thomas, Erie E (Thomas) d/o E S & Nora (Saylor) Thomas b Thomas Mills, Pa Jan 13 1913 d Aug 31 1989 aged 76. She m Sem D Thomas who survives. Also surviving are 1 bro Ernest, 1 halfsis Novelda Kissell, & 1 half bro Merle Thomas. She was memb Thomas Menn Ch, funeral Sep 2 in charge of Don Speigle & Norman Mayer. Bur Thomas Ch cem.

[NI113208] Gospel Herald Vol LIX # 39 Oct 4 1966 pg 894. Thomas, Fannie E d/o Lawrence & Lizzie (Johns) Thomas b Somerset Co, Pa Mar 19 1915 d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, Pa Sep 5 1966 aged 51y 5m 17d. Her father preceded her Apr 1 1963. Surviving are mother & 2 bros Sem & Oscar. She was memb Thomas Ch, funeral Sep 8, Paul M Roth & Sanford G Shetler officiating.

[NI113209] PA 1910 Miracode Index
Levi Mishler 24 W PA Somerset Head of Household
Wife Katie E 18 PA

[NI113210] Johnstown Trib-Demo 7/4/1999 MISHLER Daniel R., 84, West Campus Ave., Hollsopple, d Jul 2 1999, UPMC Lee Regional. b Nov 14 1914, Conemaugh Twp, Somerset, s/o Levi & Katie (Thomas) Mishler. Preceded by parents & 1st wife, Mary Gindlesperger, who d Jun 22 1997. Survived by wife, Alma Wingard, & chldn David L., m Joann Conrad, Tire Hill Rd., Johnstown; & Thomas C., m Jean Lucas, West Campus Ave., Hollsopple; also 2 gchldn, Kristy L. & Daniel R.; step gchldn, Linda Lenise, Ross W. Miller, Donna Seroska & Janice Cook; also 11 step ggchldn. Also (Wingard) Stepchldn, Robert, Buzz, Linda Sherman & Dennis; 9 step gchldn; & 7 step ggchldn. mem. St. David's Luth. Ch. Retired from Hollern & Whalley Dodge, with 44 yrs' serv. Family will receive friends 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm Sun George E. Mason Funeral Home, Davidsville, where funeral serv. 11 am Mon Rev. Nelson Ilgenfritz. Bur. Thomas Mennonite Cem.. Also from same day & newspaper HOLLSOPPLE MAN ALWAYS LENT A HELPING HAND Plowed neighbors' driveways, made wife breakfast. Daniel R. Mishler, Hollsopple, an automobile mechanic who worked at the former Packard car dealership Johnstown & at Hollern & Whalley Dodge Windber, d Fri UPMC Lee Regional. Mr. Mishler, 84, had emphysema. He enjoyed helping people & would do anything for anyone, said his wife, Alma. She said he was a thoughtful person & enjoyed plowing snow with his pickup truck for neighbors. He never wished for anything in return. Mrs. Mishler said her hus. made her breakfast every day and, when the were going somewhere, would pull the car out of the garage & alongside her home for her convenience. He also was thoughtful like that to his sons & gchldn, she said, adding that he would drive his gson to the bus stop when the weather was bad. He was the best hus. & father anyone could have, she said. He would do anything for his boys, she said. "There will be a lot of people who will miss him," Mrs. Mishler said. "I will miss him like heck." She said she had known her hus. since she was 13 yrs old, but they had been m only for a yr & a half. She said his 1st wife & her 1st hus. both d 1997. "I've been very happy to have had him that long," she said. "I'll never ever forget the things he has done for me." "I knew he was an awfully good person, but I did not know how wonderful he was until I m him," she said. Mrs. Mishler said she & his 1st wife, Mary, were good friends. She said his 2 sons & her 3 sons have been good friends for many yrs, riding all-terrain vehicles & fixing cars together. addition to his 2nd wife, he is survived by 2 sons, David L., Tire Hill, & Thomas C., Hollsopple; 4 stepchldn, Sherman Wingard & Buzz Wingard, both Johnstown, Dennis Wingard, Tire Hill; & Linda Sherman, Brooksville, FL; 2 gchldn, 5 step-gchldn; & 11 step-ggchldn. The George E. Mason Funeral Home, 1687 Tire Hill Road, Davidsville, is charge of arrangements.

[NI113211] Johnstown Trib-Demo May 1985 THOMAS, Mrs. Barbara, 96, Brandon, Fla., formerly of Davidsville, d May 14 1985 at home. b May 10 1889, Conemaugh Twp, Somerset, d/o Noah & Lydia (Hostetler) Yoder. Preceded by parents; hus., Jacob, a dau., 2 gsons, a sis., & a bro. Survived by chldn: Delmar, m Mary Shetler, Hollsopple; Lester, Palmyra, PA; Beula, w/o Fred Sakon, Brandon; Twila, w/o William Hill, Haines City, FL, & Zona, w/o Glen Berkshire, Harrisonbug, VA; 13 gchldn; 28 ggchldn. 1 of the oldest memb.s Kaufman Menn. Ch. Family will receive friends 2-4 & 7-9 pm Fri George E. Mason Funeral Home, Davidsville. Remains will be removed to Thomas Menn. Ch. 10 am Sat until time of serv. 11 am, Revs. Charles Shetler & Stanley Freed. Bur. Thomas Menn Cem.
Gospel Herald - Vol 78, # 24 -June 11, 1985, pg 422. Thomas.- Barbara, d/o Noah & Lydia Hostetler Yoder, b Somerset Co, Pa., May 10, 1889 d at Brandon, Fla., May 14, 1985; aged 96 y. On Oct. 24, 1909, she m Jacob Thomas, who died on Dec. 10, 1961. Surviving are 2 sons Delmar & Lester, 3 daus Beula, Twila, & Zona, 13 gchdn, & 28 ggchdn. She was oldest member of Kaufman MennCh. Funeral services were held at Thomas MennCh on May 17, in charge of Charles Shetler & Stanley R. Freed; bur Thomas Ch Cem.

[NI113212] HERALD OF TRUTH, Vol XLI # 2 Jan 7 1904 pg 15,16. YODER. Dec 14 1903, Scalp Level, Pa, Bro Samuel S Yoder, aged 43y 10m 11d. He was suffering from a carbuncle for a few dys, when blood poisoning set in, terminating his life very unexpectedly. He was widely kwn & highly respected. A widow, 2 chdn & 2 bros survive. Servs & bur on 16th at Weaver Menn M H, in which Bro Yoder had been memb.

[NI113216] Gospel Herald Vol 75 # 52 Dec 28 1982 pg 901. Thomas, Pauline d/o Charles & Emma (Wingard) b Johnstown, PA May 26 1924 d Harrisburg (Pa.) Gen Hosp Oct 29 1982 aged 58y. She m Lester Thomas who survives. Also surviving are 2 daus Luetta Mrs Ray Gordon & Barbara, 1 son David, 4 gchdn, & 3 bros Clair, Morris, & Charles. She was memb Weaver Menn Ch, funeral Nov 1, Harold E Thomas & Harry Y Shetler officiating; bur Richland Cem.

[NI113221] Gospel Herald Vol XXIII # 3 Apr 17 1930 pg 62, 63, 64.Thomas­, Naomi infant d/o Bro. & sis Jacob Earl Thomas, Davidsville, Pa b & d Mar 29 1930. She is survived by parents, 3 sis', & 2 bros, 1 gfather & 2 gmothers. Short service in home by L A Blough. Bur Thomas Cem.

[NI113225] Gospel Herald - Vol 75 # 45, Nov 9 1982, pg 774. Croyle, Mildred M d/o Owen & Stella M (Saylor) Thomas b Somerset Co, PA May 24 1918 d Windber Hosp Oct 7 1982; aged 64y. She m Paul Croyle, who d Mar 1980. Surviving are her parents, 1 dau Janice Mrs David Bause, 1 son Duane, 4 gchdn, 1 bro Paul, & 2 sis' Grace Mrs John Yoder & Lena Mrs Ammon Sala, Jr. She was memb Thomas Menn Ch, where funeral Servs were held Oct 9, in charge of Donald Speigle & Aldus Wingard. bur Ch Cem.

[NI113226] The Mennonite Oct 27 1998 pg 12, 13, Vol 1 # 34. Thomas, Paul, 77, Hollsopple, PA d Sep 15 of heart attack. Survivors are wife Martha; chdn Marvin, Stanwin, & Dale; 8 gchdn. Bur Sep 18 Thomas Mills, PA by Wayne Lasure.

[NI113229] Gospel Herald - Vol 86 # 14, Apr 6 1993 pg 18, 19. Thomas, Maggie Sala, 87, Hollsopple, Pa b Jun 27 1905, Hollsopple, PA to William J & Alice Stahl Sala. d Mar 18 1993, Hollsopple, PA of congestive heart failure. Survivors-chdn: Norma Thomas, Robert Paul, Rhoda Dillon, Bernadine Alderfer, Arlene Moser; 15 gchdn, 10 ggchdn, 4 step-gchdn, 3 step-ggchdn. Predeceased by Levi S Thomas (husb). Funeral & bur Mar 22 Stahl Menn Ch, by Mary Grace & Harold Shenk.

[NI113260] Gospel Herald Jul 23 1936 Vol XXIX # 17 pg 367. Croyle, John Henry s/o Moses & Elizabeth Croyle b Dec 5 1869, Thomas Mills d Jun 29 1936 aged 66y 6m 21d. He united with Menn Ch 40y ago of Thomas congregation. His death due to complication of diseases. He m Emma Jane Thomas Nov 15 1896. He leaves his wife, 2 sons Lloyd S, Thomas Mills, Pa; Ray G, Boswell, Pa, 1 dau Florence K w/o Kermit Yoder, Thomas Mills, 5 gchdn, 3 bros, & 1 sis. Preceded by parents, 2 bros, & a sis. Funeral Jul 1 by Roy Otto & Harry C Blough at Thomas Menn Ch. Bur in adjoining cem.
Pa 1910 Census Miracode Index
John H Croyle State: PA Dist: 0132 Color: W Age: 41 B Pl: PA Visit: 0039 Co: Somerset Relation: Husb ImageNum: 00920253 Other Residents:
Wife Emma J 31, PA
Son Lloyd 11, PA
Son Roy 09, PA
Dau Florence 03, PA

[NI113265] Gospel Herald Vol 87 # 20 May 17 1994. Thomas, Kenneth R, 86, Thomas Mills, Pa b Feb 15 1908, Thomas Mills, Pa to Edward E & Polly (Blough) Thomas d Apr 16 1994, Windber, Pa of stroke. Surviving are wife Mildred (Hammer); chdn: Louise Cullar, Lila Rae Stetter, Elsie Fetterman; bro Harold E; 11 gchdn, 21 ggchdn; stepbros & sis': Erma Short, Elvin, Paul, Samuel, & Emory Holsopple. Preceded by Lucinda Holsopple Thomas (stepmother). Funeral & bur Apr 20 Thomas Menn Ch by Donald Speigle, Homer Schrock, & Marvin Kaufman.

[NI113266] The Mennonite Nov 20 2001 pg 16 Vol 4 # 44. Thomas, Harold E, 90, Hollsopple, Pa d Oct 3 of congestive heart failure. Spouse Anna (Saylor) Thomas. Parents Edward & Polly (Blough) Thomas (deceased). Other surviving chdn: Harold, & Cynthia Lehman; 9 gchdn; 10 ggchdn. Funeral Oct 7 Stahl Menn Ch, Johnstown, Pa.

[NI113267] Gospel Herald - Vol XIII # 7, May 13 1920, pg 142, 143. Sis Nora Thomas d/o Pre. Joseph & Annie Saylor b Feb 5 1887 d Johnstown City Hosp, of complication of diseases Feb 28 1920; aged 33y 23d. She was abt as usual & did all her house work, even baking some of things that were used for refreshments at day of her funeral. She suddenly took very sick & was at once taken to hosp. She rapidly grew worse & d after enduring extreme suffering. She was bapt & received into Menn Ch at age 12. She is survived by her husb, father, mother, 1 bro, 2 chdn, & large # of relatives & friends. Funeral Servs were conducted at Thomas Ch by S G Shetler asst by E J Blough.

[NI113268] Gospel Herald - Vol LI # 48, Dec 2 1958, pg 1153, 1154. Thomas, Anna E d/o Joseph M & Polly (Kaufman) Croyle b Jan 10 1895, Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co, Pa d Nov 4 1958 of cancer at her home in Thomas Mills, Pa; aged 63y 9m 25d; m Dec 18 1921, Hollsopple, PA to Emeniah S Thomas who d Jun 28 1958. Surviving are 4 chdn Ernest, Derstine, Pa; Erie E Mrs Sam D Thomas, Hollsopple, Pa; Novelda Mrs Richard M. Kissell, Araguacema, Goias, Brazil; & Merle, Hollsopple, 1 sis Mrs Ella Thomas, Johnstown, Pa, 1 bro Moses, Boswell, Pa, & 5 gchdn. A sis & 4 bros preceded her in death. Memb of Thomas Ch, where funeral Servs were held Nov 7, Aldus J. Wingard & Urie A Bender officiating; bur Ch Cem.

[NI113272] Gospel Herald Norman Thomas 9 Nov 1882 Vol 66 # 16 Apr 17 1973 pg 342. Blough, John E s/o Samuel & Sarah (Thomas) Blough b Nov 21 1884 d his home Mar 8 1973 aged 88y 3m 16d. He m Minnie ____, who preceded him Dec 1968. He is survived by 2 daus Kathryn Mrs Laverne Schneider & Rena­ Mrs Elvin Holsopple, 10 gchdn, & 7 ggchdn. He was preceded by 3 sis' & 5 bros. Memb Blough Menn Ch Hollsopple, Pa, funeral Mar 10, in charge of Ross Metzler & Harry C Blough; Bur adjoining cem.

[NI113275] Gospel Herald Norman Thomas 9 Nov 1882 Vol 77 # 29 Jul 17 1984 pg 510. Thomas, Bessie M d/o David & Martha Jane (Deitz) Weaver b Davidsville, Pa May 5 1895 d Cambria Co Nrsg Care Ctr Jun 23 1984 aged 89y. She m J Wesley Thomas who d Jan 19 1970. Surviving are 2 sons R Glenn & Gerald L, 2 gchdn, 1 ggchd, 2 bros Freman & Ray, & 5 sis' Lela Schneider, Edith Berkey, Tracy Myers, Vera Hoffman, & Carrie Griffith. She was preceded by 1 son Richard, twin daus Arlene & Irene, 3 sis', & 3 bros. Memb Thomas Menn Ch, funeral Jun 26 in charge of Donald Speigle & Aldus Wingard. Bur Ch cem.

[NI113276] RICHARD THOMAS EXPIRES JAP PRISONER CAMP Holsopple Soldier Was Captured the Philippines PFC Richard D. Thomas, 24, d Jun 20 a Japanese internment camp Philippine Islands, it was learned through the Internat'l Red Cross by his parents, Mr. & Mrs. J. Wesley Thomas Holsopple. Word of his death came only 10 wks after the family was notified that he was a prisoner. He previously had been listed as missing since the fall of Corregidor May 1942. The soldier enlisted the Army AF Jun 3 1941 & serv. at Boiling Field, Washington, D.C., until Sep of that yr when he was sent to the Philippines. b Jun 5 1919 s/o J. Wesley & Bessie (Weaver) Thomas. addition to parents, leaves 2 bro.s: Gerald & Glenn Thomas, at home. Twin sis.s preceded him. Cause of Death d a prIsoner of war, WW II

[NI113277] Gospel Herald - Vol XVI, # 35 - November 29, 1923 - p. 717. Thomas, Arlene Lane, d/o Bro. & sis Wesley & Bessie Weaver Thomas of Thomas Mills, Pa., died Nov. 13, 1923; aged 2 m. 9 d. She is survived by her parents, 1 bro, & 1 little twin sis. Death was due to a complication of diseases. Funeral services were conducted at Thomas MennCh by L. A. Blough & E. D. Hess. bur adjoining Cem.

[NI113278] The Gospel Herald Vol XVII # 5 May 1 1924 pg 94, 95. Thomas, Irene Jane d/o Wesley & Bessie Thomas d Apr 14 1924 aged 7m 9d. Her twin sis Arlene Lane d Nov 14 1923. She is survived by father & mother, 1 bro, 1 gfather, 2 gmothers, 1 ggfather, 1 ggmother, & many relatives & friends. Funeral Thomas Ch on 16th by S G Shetler & L A Blough. Bur Cem near ch.

[NI113281] Gospel Herald - Vol XXXVII No 48 Mar 2 1945 pg 975, 976. Yoder, Emma Jane nee Kaufman w/o S K Yoder b Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co, PA Jul 31 1878 quietly passed away at home not far from place of her birth Jan 5 1945 aged 66y 5m 5d. She had been confined to her home almost 3y due to illness. Survived by husb, 3 sons Ervin, Los Angeles, CA; Ralph & Earl, at home, 1 dau Carrie w/o David K Yoder, Huntingdon Co, Pa, & 5 gchdn. She was memb Stahl Menn Ch since her youth & was always present at servs as long as she was able to attend.

[NI113283] Gospel Herald Vol 86 # 36 Sep 14 1993 pg 18, 19. Blough, Orvin F, 78, Hollsopple, Pa; b Jan 10 1915, Somerset Co, Pa to Harry & Lottie (Thomas) Blough d Aug 20 1993, Johnstown, Pa, of cerebral hemorrhage. Survivors: wife Florence (Eash) Blough; chdn: Barbara Miller, Ruth Hostetler, Melvin, Eloise Plank, Richard Thomas; bro & sis': Erma Holsopple, Edna Nafziger, Dorothy Eash, Harry Boyd, Catherine Schrock; 11 gchdn, 6 ggchdn. Preceded by 1st wife Mary Blough & dau Rhoda Marie. Funeral Aug 23 Carpenter Pk Menn Ch by Marvin L. Kaufman. Bur Stahl Cem.

[NI113286] Gospel Herald Vol XVI # 20 Aug 16 1923. Blough, Martha & Mary, twin infs/o Harry & Lottie Blough of Davidsville, Pa d Jul 21. Funeral at home on 22nd by L.A. Blough. Bur Cem at Blough Ch.

[NI113287] Gospel Herald Vol XVI # 20 Aug 16 1923. Blough, Martha & Mary, twin infs/o Harry & Lottie Blough of Davidsville, Pa d Jul 21. Funeral at home on 22nd. by L.A. Blough. Bur Cem at Blough Ch.

[NI113290] Gospel Herald Norman Thomas 9 Nov 1882 Vol 70 # 33 Aug 23 1977 pg 646. Thomas, Ella d/o Peter & Polly (Weaver) Blough b Somerset Co, Pa Apr 10 1898 d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, Pa Jul 26 1977 aged 79y. In 1920, she m Webster Thomas, who survives. Also surviving are 2 sons Paul E & Leon E, 10 gchdn, 7 ggchdn, & 1 sis Mrs Jennie Saylor. She was preceded by 1 son Charles. She was memb Blough Menn Ch, funeral Jul 29 in charge of Curtis D Godshall, Sanford G Shetler, & Stanley Freed. Bur Ch cem.

[NI113291] Gospel Herald Norman Thomas 9 Nov 1882 Vol XLII # 25 Jun 21 1949 pg 607. Thomas, Charles Duane s/o Webster & Ella (Blough) Thomas b Feb 25 1921, Somerset Co, Pa d his home, Davidsville, Pa Mar 21 1949 aged 28y 26d. On Aug 21 1943 he m Florence Irene Eash who survives. Also surviving are his parents, 2 chdn Eloise & Richard, & 2 bros Paul & Leon, at home. He was memb Blough Menn Ch since May 1932. He serv 38m in Civilian Public Serv, 1st at Marietta, OH, then 32m in Wayne Co, OH & was released from Medaryville, IN. His illness began Feb 1948. Funeral at Thomas Ch in charge of Sanford Shetler, with several others assisting. Bur Thomas cem.

[NI113297] GOSPEL HERALD Norman Thomas 9 Nov 1882 Vol XXV # 41 Jan 12 1933 pg 878, 879. Thomas, Warren Neal s/o Menno & Florence (Boyer) Thomas d Dec 4 1932 at parental home, Thomas' Mills, near Hollsopple, Pa aged 2m 5d. Death was due to hemorrhage of the lungs. Besides parents, the child is survived by 2 bros Wayne & Wade. Funeral held Dec 6 with servs at Thomas Menn Ch, conducted by J S Shannon, pastor Jennerstown Luth Ch, & Sanford Shetler of Stahl Ch. Bur Thomas Mills cem.

[NI113298] Gospel Herald ­ Vol 87 # 2 Jan 11 1994. Hershberger, William C "Bill", 90, Hollsopple, Pa b Sep 4 1903, Conemaugh Twp, Pa to Harvey & Minnie (Blough) Hershberger, d Dec 14 1993, Hollsopple, Pa. Survivors chdn: Esther Yoder, Elma Mae Yoder, Betty Hunt, Bernice Eash; bro & sis': Harry, Florence Yoder, Anna Folk; 16 gchdn, 30 ggchdn; 1 gggchd. Preceded by 2nd wife Annie Mishler & 1st wife Katie Thomas. Funeral & burial Dec 17 Blough Menn Ch, by Richard Mininger & Elvin Holsopple.

[NI113353] Gospel Herald Vol 73 # 17, Apr 22 1980, pg 342. Croyle, Paul s/o Moses & Sarah (Eash) Croyle b Somerset Co, Pa Sep 10 1918 d en rte to Mem'l Hosp Mar 20 1980; aged 61y. He m Mildred Thomas, who survives. Also surviving are his father, 1 dau Janice Mrs David Bause, 1 son Duane, 4 gchdn, & 1 sis Edna Mrs James Lehman. He was memb Thomas Menn Ch, where funeral Servs were held Mar 23, in charge of Donald Speigle & Aldus Wingard; bur Ch Cem.

[NI113354] Gospel Herald - Vol 87 # 36, Sep 13 1994. Holsopple, Alvin R, 79, Archbold, OH b Jul 1 1915, Holsopple, PA to lrvin & Elizabeth Eash Holsopple d Aug 20 1994. Survivors - wife: Naomi Alwine Holsopple; chdn: Mary Miller, David, Paul, Tom, Jim, Mark, Martha Miller, John; siblings: Carl, Boyd, Twila; 26 gchdn, 16 ggchdn. Funeral Aug 24 Central Menn Ch, by WaIter Stuckey & Wilmer Hartman. Bur Pettisville Cem.

[NI113359] JohnstownTrib-Demo, Mar 1966 THOMAS - Nora, 63, Hollsopple R.D. 2, d Mar 12 1966, Neilcliff Manor. b Apr 3 1902, Conemaugh Twp, d/o late Stephen & Maggie (Berkey) Speicher. Preceded by 4 sis.s & 1 bro. Survived by hus., Fred, & chldn Edward, & Mrs. Duane O. Baughman, both Hollsopple R.D. 2, & Mrs. William Mardis, Findlay, OH; also 9 gchldn & 1 ggchldn. Sis. of Mrs. Alfred Martell, Mine 40, Windber; Mrs. Patric Maloy & Robet Speicher, Johnstown; James, Mrs. John Kyle & John, all Johnstown R.D.; Harry, Wadsworth, OH. mem. of Maple Spring Ch. of the Breth., Jerome. Family receiving friends at the George E. Mason Funeral Home, Davidsville. Funeral serv. 2 pm Tue Maple Spring Ch. of the Breth., the Rev. Carroll Ringgold. Bur. Ch. Cem

[NI113378] Johnstown Trib-Demo Aug 1952 THOMAS - Mrs. Emma Jane (Baer), 70, Hollsopple R. D. 1, d Aug 20 1952, at home. b Oct 25 1881, Conemaugh Twp, Somerset, d/o Abraham & Sarah (Miller) Baer. m Aug 22 1905, Calvin L. Thomas, who survives with chldn Mary, w/o John W. Yoder, & Myron L., both Hollsopple R.D.; Paul C., Rockwood R. D.; 9 gchldn & 4 step-gchldn. Also bro., John, Hollsopple R. D. 1. Preceded by son, Telford Ray, & stepson, Clayton; 1 sis. & 2 bro.s. mem. Maple Spring Ch. of the Breth., Jerome. Friends received at late home after 9:30 am Thu serv. 2:30 pm Sat, Maple Spring Ch. of the Breth.. Rev. John M. Geary, assisted by Rev. N. H. Blough. Bur., Ch. Cem.; Joseph Helman Funeral Home, Boswell.

[NI113380] JohnstownTrib, 1941 TELFORD THOMAS, HURT ACCIDENT 13 yrs AGO, DIES Somerset Man Sustained Broken Back; Funeral on Mon HOLLSOPPLE - Complications resulting from injuries he sustained a mine accident 13 yrs ago caused the death of Telford Thomas, 33, Hollsopple R. D. 1 8:45 pm last eve Mem. Hosp., Johnstown. The deceased suffered a broken back when caught under a rockfall Aug 1 1928, the Hillman Coal Co. mine at Jerome. His recovery from the injury was slow but steady & 4 yrs after he was hurt he was able to drive his own automobile by using a hand brake, throttle & clutch. Last Jun became ill & on his 33rd b-day, Jul 18, was admitted to Mem. Hosp. He remained a patient until Jul 29 & was readmitted Aug 14. His condition had become steadily worse during the past several dys. b near Thomas Mills, s/o Calvin & Emma (Baer) Thomas. The family has resided at the present address for the past 30 yrs. Telford Thomas enrolled at the bowman Technical School Lancaster 1933 & completed a course watch repairing Jun 1935. For abt a yr he operated a jewelry shop Boswell, later doing repair work at his home. was a hunting & fishing enthusiast, engaging both on a number of occasions with the help of companions. was adept the use of crutches. addition to his parents, he leaves bro.s & sis.s Clayton & Myron Thomas, both Hollsopple, R.D. 2, & Paul & Mary Thomas, at home.

[NI113391] Johnstown Trib-Demo Aug 1981 THOMAS - Jessie P., 77, formerly of Bolivar & Ligonier, d Aug 15 1981, Garden City, KS b Nov 7 1903, Cambria Co., d/o Samuel R. & Gertrude (Harshberger) Johns. Preceded by hus., S. E. Thomas, who d 1962. Survived by son E.E. Thomas, Bolivar & dau.s Ella Fay Kisemore, Cleveland, OH, & Betty Rae Decker Erwin, Kennerdell; also 15 gchldn & 23 ggchldn. Sis. of Mrs. Eliza Stutzman & Mrs. Ellen Thomas, both Hollsopple. mem. 1st Ch. of the Breth., Waterford. Family will receive friends 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm Thu Owen Wolford Funeral Home, 144 E. Main St., Ligonier. Also, viewing 11 am - 1:45 pm Fri Maple Spring Ch. of the Breth., Jerome, where serv. will be 2 pm, the Rev. John Clawson. Bur. Ch. Cem.

[NI113433] Gospel Herald Vol 71 # 37 Sep 19 1978 pg 722. Miller, Edwin J s/o Joseph D & Cathrine (Johns) Miller b Middlebury, IN Feb 4 1896 d Seney, MI Aug 11 1978 aged 82y. Feb 4 1917 he m Sadie Hostettler who d Jan 30 1949. Surviving are 3 sons William Paul, Victor, & Kenneth, 1 dau Mary­ Mrs Glenn Morris, 25 gchdn, 11 ggchdn, 3 bros Dan, Ira, & Perry, & a twin sis Edna ­ Mrs Claude Miller. Preceded by 1 dau & 2 sis'. Memb 1st Menn Ch, Meadville, PA, funeral Aug 15 in charge of Alan Leinbach & Arland Miller; bur Sunnyside Menn Ch cem.

[NI113464] Johnstown Trib-Demo Sept. 1984 LEASE COUPLE TO NOTE 50TH Hollsopple Mr. & Mrs. William L. Lease, Holsopple, R.D. 1 will observe 50th wedding ann. Sep 26. Open house will be held 2 - 5 pm Sun Maple Spring Ch. of the Breth., near Jerome. Mr. & Mrs. Lease m Sep 26 1934, Cumberland, Md. by Rev. Webb. Mr. Lease b Dec 29 1914, Emeigh, the s/o Anthony & Jenette (Miller) Lease. Mrs. Lease, former Hazel Alice Thomas, b Jul 4 1916, Hollsopple, R. D. 1, d/o David I. & Alice Thomas. Mr. Lease retired 1973 after 24 yrs as a construction supervisor for Sprout-Walden. Prior he had worked for more than 20 yrs area coal mines, mainly at Hillman Coal & Coke Co. Jerome. 2 chldn Donna, w/o Joseph Hoffman, Hollsopple, & William B., m Ann Sepety, Holsopple R. D. 2. 5 gchldn & 2 ggchldn.

[NI113469] J-town Trib-Demo, Sun 28 Oct 2001 & 29 Oct 2001 (Pic). Thomas, Violet F, 82, Richland Twp d 26 Oct 2001, Mem'l Med Ctr; b 20 Sep 1919 Richland Twp d/o Ralph & Laura (Lenz) Bloom. Preveded by parents & bros Leroy & Arthur. Survived by husb of 64y R Clyde Thomas; Chdn: Connie Farrell, New Fairfield, CT; & Scott Thomas, Santa Cruz, CA; gchdn Susan & Karen; & 3 ggsons. Sis of Merle, Johnstown; Ralph Jr, Hollsopple; Milly, West Plains, MO; & lois, Hooversville. Retired sales manager from J C Penny & formerly employed by Bestform. Memb Arbutus COB. Funeral 11am Tue at Arbutus Ch, Pastor Barron K Deffenbaugh & Rev Noah Martin officiating. Pvt bur in Maple Spring Cem, Jerome. Griends received 4-9pm Mon Harris Funeral Home, Richland & 1 hr prior to serv at the ch.

[NI113473] Johnstown Trib-Demo 2/23/1999 City Founder's descendant passed on love of history By John Wilfong THE Trib-Demo Ferne Thomas of Thomas Mills, who passed her love of her family's history on to her chldn & gchldn, d Feb 20 of natural causes, 78. Mrs. Thomas rejoiced the rich family history & legacy of Hickory Hill Farms near the Thomas Mennonite Ch., where b & lived for 75 yrs. But just as she celebrated the impression the family history made on her, she also left an indelible mark upon the family name, her dau.s said. 1 of Mrs. Thomas' passions was making quilts & photographing each 1 she made, they said. "She made abt 100 quilts for chldn & gchldn," her dau., Judy Swank, Thomas Mills, said a telephone interview from her home. "She didn't just make quilts for others. She taught people how to quilt as well." Her work for others did not end with the last stitch of a quilt. Mrs. Swank's hus., Ronald, said Mrs. Thomas canned vegetables yrly, made her own sausage & smoked her own meats. Mrs. Swank said her mother also regularly baked pies, & lots of them. "She made a lot of pies," she said. "But she wouldn't bake just 1 pie, she made them for everyone. She would even make tiny ones for the gkids." Mr. Swank said his mother-in-law was a veritable jack-of-all-trades. "There was not much she didn't do," he said. "She did something for everyone." Mrs. Thomas cared for her husband, Carl, for 28 yrs after he was paralyzed an accident 1971. Being fluent PA Dutch, she also befriended many Amish her area, her dau. said. Mrs. Thomas, who was a direct descendant of Johnstown founder Joseph Johns, combined two of her joys - history & writing -to religiously chronicle the family's history. She pieced together several family trees. Her dau. Janette Thomas-Greenwood, Worcester, MA, picked up those interests & earned a doctorate history. "She loved to write," said another dau., Jeanne Cober, Thomas Mills, a telephone interview from her home. "She has a scrapbook of everything her life. She kept track of everything." 1995, Mrs. Thomas published a compilation of her poetry called "Hickory Nut Tree Remembers," her dau.s said. Mrs. Swank said the poetry is abt Hickory Hill Farms, which has been the family since 1818, & those who lived on it as seen through the eyes of an old hickory tree. addition to her dau.s, Mrs. Thomas is survived by hus., D. Carl Thomas, Laurel View Village, 9 gchldn & 8 ggchldn. The George E. Mason Funeral Home Inc., 1687 Tire Hill Road, Davidsville, is charge of arrangements. Trib-Demo, 2/23/1999 THOMAS - Ferne E., 78, Laurel View Village, Davidsville, formerly of Thomas Mills, d Feb 20 1999, Mem. Med. Center. b Mar 28 1920, Hollsopple RD. 2, d/o Harry S. & Nellie (Cable) Thomas. Preceded by parents. Survived by hus., D. Carl Thomas. Laurel View Village; chldn, Jeanne w/o Douglas Cober, & Judy, w/o Ronald Swank, both Thomas Mills, & Dr. Janette Thomas-Greenwood, Worcester, MA; gchldn Tracey Seganos, Jill Dumin, Christine Shroyer, Michael Swank, Wendy Sue Elko, Bradley Swank & Elizabeth & Susannah Greenwood; & ggchldn Alex & Jordan Shroyer, Lauren & Jaynie Seganos, Nikolai & Natalie Dumin & Larissa & Emily Swank. Sis. of William Thomas & wife, Ethel Mae, Hollsopple. mem. Maple Spring Ch. of the Breth., where she served as deaconess, Sun school teacher & Bible school teacher & was former pres. Women's Fellowship & Ladies Aide. mem. of Conemaugh Twp Historical Society. Retired rural mail carrier. She enjoyed quilting, poetry, canning, cooking & music. Observed 59th wedding ann. Feb 10. Family receiving friends 2 - 9 pm Thu George Mason Funeral Home Inc., Davidsville. Pvt graveside serv. at convenience of family. Mem. serv. 1 pm Sat Maple Spring Ch. of the Breth., Rev. Beverly Good & the Rev. Raymond Sistek. Bur. Thomas Mennonite Cem.. Please make donations to Ch. of the Breth. building fund/elevator project.

[NI113512] J-town Trib-Demo, Fri 31 Aug 2001. OTT, Mrs Erma R, 80, Laurel Crest Manor, formerly of Windber d 30 Aug 2001 at manor; b 29 Mar 1921, Jerome d/o Francis & Margaret (Blough) Stayrook. Preceded by parents; husb Lewis; & several bros & sis'. Survived by chdn: Linda w/o John Adams, Twin Rocks; Dennis h/o Rose Doliveira, Belsano; & Ed h/o Janice Lamb, Windber. Also gchdn: Tammy Cusick, Keith Adams, Danielle Williamson, Dennis E Ott, Lisa Croft, & Michelle Pytash; & 6 ggchdn. Sis of Richard Stayrook, Berlin; Edna Gilliland, Linesville, PA; & Vernon Stayrook, OH; also numerous nieces & nephews. Memb Windber COB. Family receiving 2-4 & 7-9pm Fri Meek Funeral Home Inc, Winhber, serv 10am Sat, Rev Royden Airesman officiating. Bur Richland Cem.

[NI113519] J-town Trib-dem, Wed 24 July 2002. SNYDER, Martha C, 70, Somerset, d 23 Jul 2002, Alleghany Gen Hosp, Pittsburgh; b 14 Apr 1932, Somerset Co d/o Paul & Carrie (Miller) Stern. Preceded by parents; husb Edwin Snyder; Sis' Twilla Shaffer & Violet Shaffer; gdau Carrie Lynn Latshaw. Survived by chdn: Ronald, Davidsville; Gerald "Smokey" Snyder, Seanor; & Judy w/o Glenn McDonald, Franklin; & 4 gchdn. Sis of Ruth Ferry & Doras Arnold, both York; Richard Stern, CA; & Anna w/o Rodney Shaffer, Hooversville. Memb Maple Spring COB. Family Receiving friends 7-9pm Wed & 2pm to serv at 4pm Thu, George E Mason Funeral Home, Inc, Davidsville, Rev William Wenger. Bur Maple Spring Cem.

[NI113533] The original name WEISSANG was German, meaning White Song. It evolved in France from VINCENT into WEISSANG in the Rhine area & later in Philadelphia, PA to WYSONG.

[NI113534] Gospel Herald - Vol 83 # 39 Sept 26 1990 pg 671. Thomas, Elda Elizabeth Livingston d/o John & Elizabeth (Hostetler) Livingston b Hollsopple, Pa Aug 27 1902 d Kidron, OH Aug 28 1990 aged 88. On May 24 1924 she m Elmer F Thomas, who survives. Also surviving are 3 sons Coevel, Maynard, & Paul, 3 daus Nada Geiser, Velma Geiser, & Mary, 17 gchdn, 15 ggchdn, & 1 sis Agnes Kissel. She was memb Sonnenberg Menn Ch, servs Aug 31, in charge of Dennis R Kuhns & Richard F Ross; bur Sonnenberg Menn Ch Cem.

[NI113547] Lives near Claysburg, PA. Never m.

[NI113552] Gospel Herald Vol 73 # 6 Feb 5 1980 pg 126. Thomas, Bertha Ellen d/o Henry & Ellen (Baer) Hershberger b Conemaugh Twp, Pa Jun 30 1897 d Nov 11 1979 aged 82y. She m Edgar Thomas who survives. Also surviving are 4 sons Donald, Raymond D, Alton, & Nevin, 22 gchdn, & 14 ggchdn. She was preceded by 4 sis', 2 bros, 3 daus, & 2 gchdn. She was memb Blough Menn Ch, funeral in charge of Sanford Shetler, David Mishler, & Loren Johns; bur in Ch Cem.

[NI113553] Gospel Herald Vol 84 # 41 Oct 15 1991 pg 15. Thomas, Don, 69, Twinsburg, OH b Oct 21 1921, Davidsville, Pa to Edgar & Bertha (Hershberger) Thomas d Aug 30 1991 of cancer. Survivors: wife Thelma; chdn: Larry, Roger, Rohn, Shirley Coblentz, Sharon Nickless, Karen Ruff; 14 gchdn, 4 ggchdn; father Edgar; bros: Alton, Nevin. Funeral Sep 3 Friendship Menn Ch by Leo Miller. Bur Hillcrest Cem.

[NI113559] Johnstown Trib-Demo, May 1985 THOMAS Raymond Duane, 60, Boswell, R.D. 2, d May 4, 1985, at home. b Jul 23 1924, Conemaugh Twp, Somerset, s/o Edgar & Bertha Hershberger. Preceded by son, Dennis, who d Jul 4 1981; dau. Sally, & mother, Bertha, who d Nov 11 1979. Survived by father, Scalp Level, widow, Emma Louise Erisman; & these chldn Beverly, w/o William Parks, Richmond, VA; Clifford D., at home; & Connie, w/o Brian Zanoni, Boswell R.D.; also gson, Jonathan. bro. of Donald, m Thelma Eash, Twinsburg, OH; Alton, m Betty Louise Karl, Cleveland, OH; & Nevin, m Shirley Schmidt, Ligonier. mem. Maple Spring Ch. of the Breth., where he was head usher & mem. Willing Workers Sun School Class. vet WWII, serving with 3988th Inf. mem. 100 Sons of Bitche. Retired from U.S. Steel. mem. Local 1288, USW. Friends received 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 p.m. Mon George E. Mason Funeral Home, Davidsville. Remains will be moved to Maple Spring Ch. of the Breth. 10 am Tue, where they will lie state until serv. 11 am Rev. R. Eugene Miller. Bur. Ch. Cem.. lieu of flowers, donations may me made to Mem. fund of Ch.

[NI113560] Gospel Herald Vol 75 # 7, Feb 16 1982, pg 118. Miller, Ronald J s/o Harry & Minnie (Blattenburg) Miller, b Nov 13 1902 d Mem'l Hosp Jan 14 1982 aged 71y. He m Margaret Thomas, who survives. Also surviving are 1 stepdau Ruth Catherine - Mrs James Peer, 3 gdaus, 1 sis Alice Wetzel, & 1 bro Clyde. He was preceded in death by 1 son Ronald Elton. He was memb 1st Menn Ch. Funeral servs were at 1st Menn Ch, Johnstown, Pa, in charge of Phillip King, James Thomas, & Ray Streets; bur Stahl Menn Cem.

[NI113790] J-town Trib-Demo, Mon 05 Nov 2001 (Pic). Berardi, John R, 69, Johnstown d 3 Nov 2001, Mem'l Med Ctr; b 6 Jan 1932, Johnstown s/o Michael & Anna (Altimore) Berardi. Preceded by bros Alfred & Frank. Survived by wife of 49y Shirley Thomas; chdn: Victor h/o Denise Reed, Johnstown; Edward h/o Elaine Westover, Windber; Robin w/o Bennie Hallman, NC; Brenda Berardi, Norristown; 7 gchdn; 11 ggchdn; sis' Theresa w/o Jim Krentz; & Betty w/o Francis Petro; & bros Patrick h/o Ramilda Perry; & Michael h/o Frances Siciliano, all Johnstown. US Steel electricia, retiring atfer 34y serv. Attended Johnstown HS. Memb St Clare of Assisi Parish, funeral mass 1pm Tue, public welcome. No viewing per John's request. Bur Grandview Cem, arranged by Frank Duca Funeral Home, Johnstown.

[NI113807] d. in infancy

[NI113829] Johnstown Trib-Demo 4/29/1959 THOMAS Mrs. Dorothy, 53, 1122 Miles St., d eve Apr 28 1959, Mem. Hosp. b Johnstownon Jun 6 1905, d/o Frederick & Lydia (Layton) Koontz. Survived by hus., Harold L., & 2 sons; Gerald C., rear 1136 Bedford St., & Blaine R., at home; also 2 gchldn & bro.s & sis.s Arthur, 1040 Haverford St.; Herbert, Needmore, PA; Ralph, 1072 May St.; Mrs. Mildred Nycum, 1324 Franklin St.; Mrs. Freda Thompson & Miss Margaret, both Roaring Spring. mem. Walnut Grove Ch. of the Breth.. Friends will be received 7 pm Wed Geisel Funeral Home, Dale, where funeral serv. 2 pm Fri Rev. Clyde Carter, Bur. Richland Cem.

[NI113834] Obit, Johnstown Trib-Demo, Oct 1981 THOMAS Blaine Ronald, 44, York, formerly of Johnstown, d Oct 18 1981, York. b Johnstown, s/o Harold L. & Dorothy (Koontz) Thomas. bro. of Gerald Thomas, Johnstown. Arrangement by John Keffer Funeral Home, York.

[NI113959] Gospel Herald - Vol LVIII # 20, May 25 1965, pg 459. Saylor, Edgar Lenhart s/o Joseph & Annie (Gashaw) Saylor b Jenner Twp, PA Nov 15 1890 d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, PA Apr 16 1965; aged 74y 5m 1d. On Dec 25 1911 he m Jennie Blough, who survives. Also surviving are 5 daus Anna - Mrs Harold Thomas; Reita Mrs Glenn Thomas; Mary Mrs Millard Spory; Wilma Mrs Robert Sala; & Erma Mrs Harry Butler; 1 son Merle, 22 gchdn, & 10 ggchdn. He was memb Thomas Menn Ch, where funeral Servs were held, in charge of Aldus J Wingard & Harry C Blough.

[NI113960] Gospel Herald - Vol XXXV No 22, Aug 27 1942, pg 479,480. Blough, Ammon, s/o Peter & Polly (Weaver) Blough b Dec 20 1880, Somerset Co, Pa d Jul 14 1942; aged 61y 6m 24d. He m Apr 13 1902 to Rebecca Lohr. To this union were b 5 chdn of whom 4, with his sorrowing companion, survive, as follows: Harley, m Sally Spangler, Davidsville, Pa; Mabel & Rebecca, at home; & Esther, m David Mishler, Johnstown. 1 son preceded him in death. He is also survived by 1 gchd, 1 bro 3 sis', as well as many other relatives & friends. He united with Blough Menn Ch over 40ys ago & was regular attendant & faithful supporter of Ch until the end of his life. His death came very unexpectedly, by being run over by his tractor while he was moving his threshing outfit. Funeral Servs were conducted Jul 17 at home by H C Blough, after which body was taken to Blough Ch, where further Servs were conducted by home ministers H C Blough & John A Lehman. Bur in Cem adjoining Ch.

[NI113961] Gospel Herald Vol 81 # 21 May 24 1988 pg 365, 366. Herr, Janet Kathryn (Thomas) d/o Harold E & Anna K (Saylor) Thomas b Boswell, PA Aug 11 1933 d Dyersburg, TN Apr 7 1988 aged 54y. On Sep 4 1954 she m Elwood Herr who survives. Also surviving are 2 sons Jaime D & Gregory S & 1 dau Denise J Juds, 3 gdaus, her parents, 1 bro Harold E Thomas, Jr, & 1 sis Cynthia A Lehman. She was preceded by 2 infant sons Douglas J & Philip T, & 1 sis Joyce A. She was memb Science Ridge Menn Ch & Ridgely UMC, funeral Apr 9 in charge of Paul Jones. A mem'l serv was held at Science Ridge, Sterling, IL on Apr 11, in charge of S Roy Kaufman; bur Science Ridge Menn Cem.

[NI113962] Gospel Herald Vol XXXIX # 18 Jul 30 1946 pg 382-383. Thomas, Joyce Carolyn d/o Harold E & Anna K (Saylor) Thomas b Johnstown, Pa Nov 1 1936 d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown May 18 1946 aged 9y 6m 18d. Her death rheumatic heart disease & complications. Surviving are her parents, 1 sis Janet Kathryn, 1 bro Harold Edward, Jr, her paternal gfather, 1 ggfather, her maternal gparents, & other relatives & friends. Having attended school for 1 1/2y, she had just gone back a few wks last fall when she became ill & took her bed early in Nov. On Jan 28 she was taken to hosp. After receive a number of blood transfusions she seemed better, & on Feb 16 returned home. But she again became seriously ill & was taken back on Apr 13, remaining until her death. Bur in adjoining Cem.

[NI113979] Gospel Herald - Vol LIV # 14 - Apr 4 1961 Pg 326, 327, 328 Davidhizar, Joseph S., s/o John H. & Rosa (Sarver) Davidhizar, b Jan 31 1913, Wakarusa, IN d of heart attack at his home, Thomas Mills, PA, Feb 24 1961; aged 48y 24d. On Oct 8 1933, he m Kathryn Blough, who survives. Also surviving are 7 chdn (Eunice, Parma, OH; Janice--Mrs. Marvin Apple, Dallas, TX; Warren J., Wheaton, MD; Elvin H., Kathryn L., Carolyn N., & John W., all at home), 1 gdau, & 1 bro (Harry M., Hollsopple). He was memb of Thomas Ch, where funeral serv were held Feb 27, in charge of Aldus J. Wingard & Harry C. Blough.

[NI114036] Gospel Herald Vol 79 # 7 Feb 18 1986 pg 118. Holsopple, Lemon G s/o Samuel J & Leah (Hostetler) Holsopple b Somerset Co, Pa Mar 31 1912 d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, Pa Dec 12 1985 aged 73y. He m Erma Blough who survives. Also surviving are 2 daus Doris Mrs Floyd Shaffer & Helen Mrs Howard Hildebrand, 1 son Leon, 2 foster sons Carl & Lloyd Trout, 9 gchdn, & 5 ggchdn. Memb Blough Menn Ch, funeral Dec 16 in charge of David Mishler & Sanford Shetler; bur Blough Menn cem.

[NI114040] Gospel Herald Vol XLII # 33 Aug 16 1949­ pg 822, 823. Blough, Mary Naomi d/o Ella Lehman, b Somerset Co, Pa Apr 26 1916 d at home of her mother, Johnstown, Pa Jul 4 1949 aged 33y 2m 8d. She was m to Orvin Blough, who survives. Also surviving are 3 chdn Ruth Naomi, Barbara Ann, & Melvin Wayne, her mother, maternal gmother Susan Lehman, Johnstown, Pa, a half bro Walter G Moore, Hollsopple, Pa, & a half sis Letha Fern Blough, Johnstown, Pa. 1 dau Rhoda Marie preceded her. Memb Stahl Menn Ch. Funeral Jul 7 at home & at Stahl Ch by David C. Alwine & Harry C. Blough. Bur Stahl Cem.

[NI114044] Gospel Herald Vol XLI # 27 Jul 6 1948 pg 646,647. BLOUGH, Rhoda Marie d/o Orvin & Mary Blough b Nov 29 1939 d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, Pa May 11 1948 aged 8y 5m 12d. Surviving are parents, 2 sis' Barbara Ann & Ruth Naomi, 1 bro Melvin Wayne, her gparents, & 1 ggmother. Funeral at home & at Stahl Ch, Johnstown, Pa by Sanford G. Shetler & Harry C. Blough.

[NI114063] Gospel Herald - Vol LIX, # 11 - Mar 22, 1966, pg 270, 271. Blough, Charlotte Marie d/o Harry Boyd & Betty (Eash) Blough, b Cambria, Pa Apr 28, 1951 d her home in Sidman, Pa Feb 25 1966; aged 14y 7m 28d. 4 bros preceded her. Surviving are parents, 4 bros Harold, Barry, Leland, & Leonard & gparents Harry Blough & Ada Eash. She was memb Pleasant Grove Ch, Elton, Pa. Funeral held Blough Ch Feb 28, in charge of David C. Alwine & Harry C. Blough.

[NI114065] Gospel Herald Vol XLVII # 42 Oct 19 1954 pg 1006, 1007. Blough, stillborn s/o Boyd & Betty (Eash) Blough b Sep 6 1954 at Raymond Hosp, Johnstown, Pa. Survived by parents, 3 bros, 1 sis, gparents, & maternal ggmother. Graveside services at Blough Menn Cem by John A. Lehman & Harry C. Blough.

[NI114066] Gospel Herald - Vol XLVIII, # 44 - Nov 1, 1955 -- pg 1053, 1054. Blough, Dennis Lee s/o Boyd & Betty Blough, b Aug 5 1955, at Raymond Hosp, Johnstown, Pa passed away Aug 6. He is survived by his parents, 3 bros, 1 sis, 4 gparents, & 1 ggmother. Funeral held Aug 7 by Eli Miller & Harry C. Blough. Bur Blough Menn Ch Cem.

[NI114069] Gospel Herald Vol LIV # 45 Nov 14 1961 pg 1014, 1015, 1016. Blough, Roger Dale s/o Harry Boyd & Betty (Eash) Blough, b Johnstown, Pa Jul 25 1958 d at home of parents, Cambria Co, Pa Oct 17 1961 aged 3y 2m 22d. Surviving are parents, 4 bros Harold, Barry, Leland, & Leonard, 1 sis Charlotte, & 4 gparents. 3 bros preceded him. Servs Blough Ch Oct 20 in charge of Harry C. Blough, asstd by Eli Miller & Lawrence Mosholder.

[NI114079] Vet Returns - Pvt. Samuel B. Shaffer, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo Shaffer, 3005 Graham Ave., Windber, is back in this country after having serv with an Inf. Div. & at a replacement depot in the Mediterranean theater. He wears the Purple Heart for a wound received in Tunisia on 23 Apr 1943. It was 2 mths after he was wounded before surgeons were able to remove the fragment from his back, where it was lodged dangerously near his spine. He then spent another mth in a Hosp. before he was transferred to a replacement depot where he acted as mail clerk. The soldier has been visiting his family before reporting to a center for reassignment. He entered service in Jan 1942. // OBIT - Shaffer - Samuel Boyd, 68, 18 Gardner St., Southmont Borough, d 25 May 1988, Pittsburgh. b 29 Jun 1919, Windber, s/o late Alonza E. & Ida (Lehman) Shaffer. Preceded by bro., Clair. Survived by wife, Burdella Helman, & chldn: Glenn B. Shaffer, & Sally Ann, w/o Joseph Sunseri, both J-town; Lon Allen, at home; & stepdau., Linda K. Bliss, Hollidaysburg; gchldn: Gregory & Marianne Shaffer & James Biss. Bro/o Alpha, w/o Kenneth Weaver, & A. Ray, m Pearl Bowser, both Windber; Ellen w/o Wayne Adkins, Camp Hill; Doris, w/o Duane Metzger, Windber; & Betty, w/o Alvin Miller, Auburn, NY; also sis-in-law, Virginia Gates, wid/o Clair, Windber. Lifelong memb Windber COB. Army Vet. WWII, recipient of Purple Heart. Retired 1979 from US Steel Corp. Friends received 7-9 pm Thu & 2-4 & 7-9 pm Fri, Meek Funeral Home, Inc., Windber. Funeral service at 11:30 am Sat., Windber COB, Rev. Keith Simmons. Bur., Berkey Cem.

[NI114081] Mock - Mrs. Isabel Mae, 56, 3008 Graham Ave., Windber, d 26 Nov 1984, Mercy Hosp. b 1 May 1928, Windber, d/o late Dewey & Lula (Mitchell) Logue. Survived by husb., Avery S. "Budd;" & sons, Daniel L., m Linda Larry, & Perry K., m Gloria Gleissner, both Windber; & also 5 gchldn. Sis/o John, Windber; Donald, Akron, OH; Dewey, Coos Bay, OR; & Dorothy, w/o Paul Kalanish, Cleveland, OH. Memb. Rummel Grace Luth. Ch., Windber American Legion auxiliary & Scalp Lebel VFW auxiliary. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 pm Tue, Meek Funeral Home, Inc., Windber, where service held 11am Wed, Rev. Joel Springer. Bur., Rummel Grace Luth. Cem.

[NI114083] Shaffer - Clair D., 60, 425 Camp Dr., Windber, d 9 May 1987, Memorial Hosp. b 7 Nov 1926, Windber, s/o Alonza & Ida Lehman Shaffer. preceded by father. Survived by mother, Windber; widow, Virginia L. (Gates) Shaffer; & chldn, Dennis, m Linda Thomas, Windber; Debra, w/o Bruce Penrod, Windber; & Richard "Dick," m Cynthia Holsopple, Hooversville; gchldn Brenda & Michael Shaffer, Timothy Penrod, & Kristin & Lisa Shaffer. Bro/o Alpha, w/o Kenneth Weaver, Windber; A. Ray, m Pearl Bowser, Windber; S. Boyd, m Burdella Hellman-Young, J-town; Ellen, w/o Wayne Atkins, Camp Hill; Doris Berkey, Windber; Betty, w/o Alvin Miller, Auburn, NY. Active memb Windber COB where he served as deacon. Memb Richland Mall Square Dance Club & GTE Pioneer Club. Retired from GTE with 31 yrs service. Family will receive friends 2-4 & 7-9 pm Mon, Meek Funeral Home, Inc., Windber, serv 10:30 am Tue, Rev. Keith Simmons. Bur., Berkey Cem.

[NI114084] J-town Trib-Dem, Mon Death Notice. Mon 14 Jan 2002. Shaffer, Donald R, 64, Windber, d 13 Jan 2002, UPMC Presby Hosp, Pittsburgh. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 pm Tue at Meek Funeral Home, Windber. Other arrangements are incomplete.

[NI114165] J Russell Thomas Johnstown Trib-Demo, Aug 1985 THOMAS J Russell, 47, 453 E. Market St., Hallam, d Aug 2 1985, York Hosp. b Oct 20 1937, Johnstown, s/o C. Clifford & Alverda (Hill) Thomas. Preceded by father. Survived by mother, Johnstown; widow, Katherine P. Sheridan; & chldn Lori Ann Thomas & Dorothy jean Thomas, both Johnstown, & Susan Lynn Thomas, Kristina Marie Rhoads, Lisa Marie Rhoads & Clifford Emmett Thomas, all at home; also sis., Mrs. Robert W. Furry, Johnstown. mem. Faith United Meth. Ch., Hallam, & Local 1471, IBEW, where he was a steward & former officer. a cable splicer for 27 yrs for GTE. Army vet. Friends received 12 - 9 pm Sun The Picking-Treece-Bennett Mortuary, Inc., & 3:30 - 9 pm Wm. J. Workinger Funeral Home, Inc., 849 E. Market St., York, serv. 1 pm Tue Rev. John C. Binkley, pastor Trinity United Ch. of Christ. Hallam. Bur. Susquehanna Mem. Gardens, York. Mem. contributions may be made to York Unit of Amer. Cancer Society, 28 S. Queen St., York, PA 17403.

[NI114174] Gospel Herald - Vol I No 20 Aug 15 1908 pg 319. Gindlesperger, sis Nellie Erma d/o Bro Jacob Gindlesperger, Davidsville, PA d Jul 28 1908 after 1 wk of suffering with appendicitis aged 14y 4m 20d. Funeral Thomas Ch Jul 30 by S G Shetler, Jas Saylor & L A Blough. Bur cem near Ch. Her mother d abt 10y ago. She has yet living 1obro, who is a few yrs older.

[NI114356] Adopted as adult by paternal g-uncle & g-aunt, Milton & Grace Gonzouli Ulmer

[NI114624] J-town Trib-Demo, Sun 29 & 30 Sep 2001. Opperman, Alice V. (Waterman) d 25 Sep 2001. Survived by son Henry; daus Beverly (William) Beers; Penny Szmkiewicz; Pauline (James) Kane; g chdn Robert, Kenneth, Christine, Jamse Jr, & Catherine; ggchdn Rachel & Kaitlin; sis Beverly Ann Barlett; many dear relitives. In her memory expressions of sympathy may be directed to Amer Cancer Society. Friends invited to attend her mem'l serv at Faith Chapel Mon 1 Oct at 11am.

[NI114628] 1850 Census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA
597-64 Stoy Conrad 30 M Labourer Germany
Mary 28 F PA
Conrad 7 M PA
Elizabeth 8 F PA
Cyrus 6 M PA
John 3 M PA
Malinda 5/12 F PA
1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 28 Jun Pg 1 Christian Streng
14 43 43 Stoy Conrad 57 M W Farmer 8,000 1,500 HesseCassel
Stoy Mary 49 F W Keeping house PA
Stoy John 22 M W PA
Stoy Caroline 18 F W PA
Stoy Sarah A. 14 F W PA
Stoy Ellen 10 F W PA
Stoy Austin 1 M W PA
1880 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA O. W. Williamson Pg 3, 4 Jun 1880
431A 18 23 24 Stoy Conrad W M 61 Farmer Hesse D Hesse D Hesse D
Stoy Mary W F 55 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Stoy Ellen W F 19 Daughter PA Hesse D PA
Stoy Austin W M 17 Son PA Hesse D PA
Bowser William W M 12 Farm hand PA PA PA

[NI114637] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Hilary Huston State: PA Enumeration District: 0159 Color: W Age: 26 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0069 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01850218 Other Residents:
Wife Elnora B 19, PA
Dau. Margarette NR, PA

[NI114649] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Sarah Baltzer State: PA Enumeration District: 0160 Color: W;W Age: 83 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0494 County: Somerset Relation: Mother-in-law ImageNum: 00330279 Other Residents: Husband Lewis C Lambert

[NI114664] 1850 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerater John J. Schell
213-87 Sipe, John 26 M Farmer PA
Sarah 26 F PA
Henry W. 3 M PA
Uhl, William 6m M PA
Sipe, Michael 28 M Farmer PA
1870 census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 12 Jul 1870 by Hiram J. Boytz
40 223 222 Sipe John 48 M W farmer 6,000 2,200 Pa
1 223 222 Sipe Sarah 47 F W house wife Pa
2 223 222 Sipe William 20 M W at home Pa
3 223 222 Sipe Mary ann 18 F W at home Pa
4 223 222 Sipe Franklin 6 M W at home Pa
1880 Federal Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator O.W.Williamson Pg 4, 5 Jun 1880
431B 47 39 41 Sipe John W M 57 Farmer PA PA PA
431B 48 39 41 Sipe Sarah W F 56 Keeping house PA PA PA
431B 49 39 41 Sipe Franklin W M 15 PA PA PA

[NI114807] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 10 Sep 1850 by J. J. Schell
25 200 208 Zufall John 44 MLaborerPA
Zufall Anne 38 F.PA
Zufall Isaac 18 MLaborerPA
Zufall Catharine 16 F.PA
Zufall David 14 M.PA
Zufall William 12 M.PA
Zufall Jacob 10 M.PA
Zufall Aaron 6 M.PA .
Zufall Charles 2 M.PA .
Walker George P. 50 MTeacherPA
1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 7 Jul Pg 21 Christian Streng
17 154 157 Zufall John 62 M W Laborer PA
Zufall Ann 59 F W Keeping house PA

[NI114815] When Issac passed away 1932 Lucy , a homemaker & midwife, raised the unm. 7 chldn by herself during the depression yrs.

[NI114816] Issac Hartman: Occup farmer & worked in the lumber camps. Issac was known for his integrity & hard work. Both bur on the homeplace, Smith Creek, Pendleton Co.

[NI114873] 1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 20 Aug 1870 by Christian Streng
29 98 102 Brant Abraham 30 M W Works with carpenter 400 PA
30 98 102 Brant Catharine 30 F W Keeping house PA
31 98 102 Brant Franklin I. 5 M W PA
32 98 102 Brant Ellen 3 F W PA
33 98 102 Brant Carrie 1 F W PA
34 98 102 Brant Elizabeth 65 F W 600 PA

[NI114897] Member of KKK in the 1920's

[NI114929] 1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John W. Smith
494 337 BAKER, Rosanna 30 f PA
Cyrus A. 5 m PA
Mary Ann 3 f PA
William U. 1 m PA

[NI114939] Gospel Herald, Apr 2 1936 Vol XXIX, #1 pg 14, 15. Blough, Harvey K s/o Bro & Sis Henry Blough, b Oct 1 1859 d Feb 6 1936 aged 76y 4m 6d. Survived by 1 son Charles of near Salix, 5 gchdn Cloyd, Beatrice, Earl, Roy & Charles Jr, & 1 ggchd Devon Kay. Also by 3 bros & 1 sis Jacob Blough, Hollsopple; Elias Blough, OH; Ephraim Blough, WV; & Mrs Caroline Kaufman. Davidsville. He was preceded by wife, Mrs Anna (Pfeil) Blough 10y ago. He was memb Stahl Menn Ch for many yrs. Funeral at home & at Stahl Ch near Johnstown, Pa in charge of Bros Sanford O. Shetler & George Hostetler.


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