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[NI134439] Gospel Herald - Vol XV # 17 - Jul 27 1922, pg 335 Hostetler - Mattie Miller Hostetler b in Somerset Co, PA, Nov 22 1843 d Jul 14 1922; aged 78y 8m 22d. She m Isaac Hostetler 60y ago. Her husb d Jan 2 1915. To this union were b 12 chdn. 2 d in infancy, John d in youth. Lizzie w/o John L Livingston d May 2 1904. Sis Hostetler is survived by following chdn: Joseph, Noah, Isaac, Lydia w/o J M Lohr, Amanda w/o Simon Thomas, Laura w/o Sam Holsopple, Mary w/o Tobias Eash, & Mattie w/o Daniel Gilbert; also 1 sis Sallie, wid/o Samuel Gindlesperger; also 31 gchdn, 19 ggchdn. She was a faithful memb of Menn ch from her youth. Funeral servs were conducted on Jul 16 at Blough Ch by L A Blough, James Saylor, & Simon Layman. Bur cem near ch.

[NI134440] Gospel Herald - Vol XXXIV # 9 May 29 1941 pg 191. LOHR, Lydia Hostetler d/o late Isaac & Magdalena (Miller) Hostetler b Dec 18 1863 d Apr 27 1941 aged 77y 4m 9d. She m Noah Yoder Dec 2 1883, who preceded her 52y ago. To this union were b 2 sons, Wesley, Hollsopple, & Simon, who d in infancy, & Barbara w/o Jacob Earl Thomas, Davidsville, with whom she made her home for last 17y of life. She m Jacob M Lohr Dec 21 1893, who preceded her 17y ago. Survived by 1 son, 1 dau, 1 sis w/o Tobias Eash, 1 bro Noah Hostetler, Jerome, 9 gchdn, 8 ggchdn, & 5 stepchdn. Preceded by her husbs, 4 sis', 3 bros, & 1 gchd. She was memb Menn Ch for many yrs. Servs in home & in Blough ch, Jerome, by Bro Sanford Shetler assisted by Bros Harry C Blough & S G Shelter. Bur in cem near ch.

[NI134441] Gospel Herald Oct 28 1937 Vol XXX # 31 pg 671, 672. Thomas.Amanda d/o late Isaac & Mattie (Miller) Hochstetler b Somerset Co, Pa May 25 1866 d Oct 10 1937 aged 71y 4m 15d. She m Simon Thomas Mar 14 1889. To this union following chdn were b: Curtis h/o Hattie Lape; Katie w/o Foster Thomas; Sadie w/o Calvin Sala; Carrie at home. Also survived by 5 gchdn & 2 ggchdn. 1 gchd preceded her. The following bros & sis' are living: Noah & Isaac Hochstetler; Mrs Lydia Lohr, Mrs Samuel Holsopple, & Mrs Tobias Eash. She was memb Menn Ch. She had been sick for last 20y, having had pneumonia 4 times & a complication of diseases. She with other membs of family have had dr over 200 times in the home. Funeral in home & in Blough Menn Ch, by S G Shetler, assisted by Harry C Blough, A J Metzler, & John A Lehman. Bur Blough cem.

[NI134443] Gospel Herald - Vol XXXVII # 50 - Mar 16 1945 - pg 1023 Holsopple - Emory Homer, s/o Samuel J. & Laura Hostetler Holsopple, b Jan 15 1897 in Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co, PA; d Feb 15 1945, at home in Quemahoning Twp; aged 48y 1m. On Feb 4 1917 he m Lucinda Lehman, who survives him. To this union were b 5 chdn: Erma June-Mrs Eldo Short, at home; Elvin L, Warren, PA; Paul L, Hollsopple, PA; & Samuel J & Emory, Jr, at home. He is also survived by his father, stepmother, 2 gchdn 3 bros (Irvin, John, Lemon, all Holsopple), & many other relatives & friends. He was preceded in death by his mother, 1 sis (Dora), & 2 bros (Orange & Charles). He united with Blough Menn Ch, Jan 23 1910, & remained faithful until death. Funeral servs were held Feb 18, at home by John A Lehman & H C Blough, & at Blough Ch by John A Lehman, H C Blough, & Sanford G Shetler.

[NI134450] Gospel Herald Vol XLIV # 45 Nov 6 1951 pg 1086, 1087. Kaufman, Harry J s/o Jacob I & Christena (Eash) Kaufman b Davidsville, Somerset Co, Pa Jan 24 1869 d near same place Oct 15 1951, after a wk's illness aged 82y 8m 21d. His death was caused by a cerebral hemorrhage. Jan 24 1892 he m Sadie Eash, who passed away Feb 24 1930. A dau Margaret Mrs Harley Hershberger d in 1928. Surviving are 1 son J Walter, Hollsopple, Pa, 2 gchdn, 2 bros Isaac J, Johnstown, Pa, & John E, also Johnstown, & a lg number of cousins, nephews & nieces. He was memb Stahl Menn Ch from time of his youth & was faithful until death. Funeral servs Oct 17 at Maple Spring COB, conducted by J M Geary & Harry C Blough. Bur Kaufman Cem.
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Harry J Kauffman State: PA Dist: 0132 Color: W Age: 41 B Pl: PA Visit: 0237 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02300864 Other Residents:
Wife Sadie 41, PA
Son Jacob W 16, PA
Dau. Maggie V 12, PA
Father-in-law Moses D Eash 82, PA
1 non-relative

[NI134492] Gospel Herald Vol XXVII # 20 Aug 16 1934 pg 435. Kaufman, Jacob W b Apr 18 1854, Davidsville, Pa d Jul 26 1934 aged 80y 3m 7d. He was memb Menn Ch. He m twice. 1st wife Catharine (Blough) passed away in 1889. They had chdn: Mrs S G Shetler, Christian A, John H, Emmet Homer, & George all deceased, James Norman (missionary in India), Amos A, & Harry B who survive him. His 2nd wife Caroline Blough survives him. They had 1 dau Vinnie who also survives. Also survived by 10 gchdn, 13 ggchdn, 2 sis' & 3 bros. Funeral at Kaufman Ch Jul 31 by L A Blough, __ Shilling, & Irvin Holsopple. Bur Kaufman Cem.
Jacob W. Kaufman 18 Apr 1854
PA 1910 Miracode Index
Jacob W Kaufman 56 PA Somerset Head of Household
Wife Caroline 48 PA
dau Virnie May 17 PA

[NI134503] Gospel Herald Vol XXII # 27 Oct 3 1929 pg 559-60. Hershberger, Jeremiah D s/o Daniel & Susan Hershberger b Somerset Co, Pa. He 1st m Katie Anne Blough who d 20y ago. He later m Mrs Adaline Parker who survives. He leaves following chdn: J E Hershberger, Pre Wm C Hershberger, Mrs Minnie L Fye, Mrs Mary Etta Hoffman, Winebert C Hershberger, Mrs Suie Alice Miller, Mrs Mattie Pearl Hoffman, Mrs Verna May Lehman. Following stepchdn also survive: Alonzo, Ray, & Charles Parker, Lillian Horner, Mrs Rosie Smith, Mrs Sara Snavely, Mrs Cora Wright, John, Mary, & Beatrice Parker. He was bro of Levi, Henry, Isaiah Hershberger & Polly Eash. Memb Menn Ch for many yrs. He with 1 of his neighbors, Isaac Miller, organized 1st Sun school in Weaver congregation, Cambria Co, Pa acting as its 1st super. Funeral Weaver Menn Ch by Hiram Wingard & L A Blough. Bur Richland Cem adjoining Ch plot.
PA 1910 Miracode Index
J D Hershberger 60 PA Cambria Father
Head of Household Wm C Hershberger

[NI134505] Gospel Herald - Vol XXXV No 39, Dec 24 1942, pg 846, 847. Hershberger, Henry s/o Daniel & Susannah (Lehman) Hershberger b Somerset Co, PA Oct 7 1859 d at home where he was b Nov 11 1942; aged 83y 1m 4d. He m Ellen Baer Dec 1879. To this union were b 7 chdn as follows: Annie, wid/o John N Kaufman; Ida & Harvey, Hollsopple; Earl, Jerome; Lizzie w/o Joseph Emeigh, Johnstown; Emma w/o Otto Saylor, Hollsopple; & Bertha, w/o Edgar Thomas, Cramer, Pa, all of whom survive. He is also survived by 24 gchdn, 29 ggchdn, a sis Mrs. Polly Eash, Hollsopple, as well as many other relatives & friends. His wife preceded him in death 21ys ago; also 9 gchdn & 3 ggchdn. He united with Blough Menn Ch many yrs ago, & remained faithful until death. Funeral Servs held Nov 13 at home & at Blough Menn Ch in charge of Breth James Saylor & Harry C Blough. Bur Cem adjoining Ch.

[NI134507] Nov. 13, 1926 DEATH CLAIMS AN AGED RESIDENT OF 10TH STREET. Henry LIVINGSTON, 72, Well-Known Mill-Worker Passes Away After a Brief Illness from Uremia--Bur. Mon. Henry LIVINGSTON, prominent millworker, of 212 S. 10th St., s/o Henry & Kathryn LIVINGSTON (deceased), White twp, d Fri at 3:40 pm of Uremia at the IN Hosp. He was 72 yrs & 7 mos old, having been b Apr 5 1854. Surviving is his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth LIVINGSTON, & these chldn; Mrs. M.C. WILSON, IN; Mrs. I.R. BAKER, Blairsville; Horace LIVINGSTON; & Mrs. Clay MARTIN, who reside at the family residence. He was the father of Ernest G. LIVINGSTON, who d 2 yrs & 7 mos ago. He also leaves a sis, Mrs. Kathryn RICHARDSON, Blairsville, the last memb of the family; 7 gchldn & 4 ggchldn. His occup.was that of a mill-worker & at the time of his death he was employed at the Daugherty Planning Mill, where he was stricken yesterday morn. He was first taken to his home & later to the hosp. He was memb of the 1st Meth. Epis. Ch. & Peelor Bible Class. Funeral servs will be conducted in his late home Mon afternoon by Rev. O.B. Emerson. Bur Oakland Cem.

[NI134508] 1/19/1916 NOAH LIVINGSTON EXPIRES AT HOME OF SON IN BLAIRSVILLE. Served in War of Rebellion Co. H, 2nd Batt., PAVol. Inf. One of IN's well known citizens & vet soldiers passed away at the home of his son in Blairsville on Sat afternoon, when death called Noah LIVINGSTON after several mo.s illness from Bright's disease, aged 73 yrs. Noah LIVINGSTON was of German parentage & was b & always resided in IN. He was an honest, hard working man & had many friends among our people. Early in the "60's" he enlisted in the army in the defense of his country & served throughout the war of the rebellion. He was a memb of IN Post G.A.R., & his efficient serv.s will be missed on Mem. Day, one of his chosen duties being to assist in marking the graves of deceased vets in the cem.s adjacent to the town. Mr. LIVINGSTON had gone last fall to spend the winter with his son, Wm. LIVINGSTON, in Blairsville & became seriously ill there. He is survived by these chldn: Mrs. Bertha BOLAN, Tarentum; William LIVINGSTON, Blairsville; Harry LIVINGSTON, OH; Mrs. Minnie McABEE, Blairsville; & Frank LIVINGSTON, IN. He also leaves these sibs: Mrs. George RICHARDSON, Blairsville; Mrs. William WINE, IN; Mrs. Adam SNYDER, IN & Mrs. George TAUBLER, Greenville, Mercer Co. Mrs. TAUBLER is in the south for her health & was unable to be here for the funeral. The remains were brought on Sabath to the home of his son, Frank LIVINGSTON, Water St., IN, where the funeral serv.s were held Mon afternoon by Rev. Dr. B.W. Hutchinson, pastor Meth. Epis. ch. Bur. Oakland cem.

[NI134509] 7-29-1914 Emanuel LIVINGSTONE, aged 89 yrs, for many yrs a well-known resident of this place, was found dead at his home, in Chevy Chase this (Thu) 5:30 am. Death was due to heart trouble, from which he had been suffering for several yrs. Yesterday Mr. LIVINGSTONE was abt as usual & worked at his occupation of landscape gardener. He retired last eve in excellent spirits. This morning abt 4 am he awakened the membs of his family & said that he was not feeling very well. He went asleep again, however, & at 5:30 am death came. He leaves his 2nd wife, Mrs. Fanny LIVINGSTONE & 2 sons, John & James, by a former marriage. These sibs: Noah & Henry LIVINGSTONE, Mrs. Adam SNYDER, Mrs. W.C. WINE, all of IN; Mrs. Kate RICHARDSON, Blairsville; Mrs. George TAUBLER, Greenville, Mercer Co., & Mrs. Barbara SWEENEY, Zelienople. The funeral services will be held at the LIVINGSTONE home on Sat 2 pm by Rev. Dr. J.W. Cary, pastor Meth. Epis. ch. Bur.Oakland cem.

[NI134511] Nov. 9, 1925 MRS. R. SNYDER DIED SUDDENLY From a complication of diseases, from which she had been suffering for a no. of yrs, Mrs. Rosa SNYDER, aged 73 yrs, w/o Adam SNYDER, d at her home on West Church St. Sat 10:30 pm. While her health had not been good for some time she was apparently as well as usual on Sat & word of her death came as a severe shock to membs of her family & her many friends. The deceased had been a life-long resident of IN, b Feb 22 1852 d/o Mr. & Mrs. Henry LIVINGSTONE. She lived a quiet retired life, but took an active interest in the welfare of her neighbors & friends, to whom she was always ready to minister in times of joy or sorrow. She was a conscientious Christian & a devoted adherent of the Protestant faith, memb Zion Luth Ch here. The tragic death of her husb, who was killed on the B.R.&P. RR near his home several yrs ago was a profound shock to Mrs. SNYDER & she never fully recovered from the effects of the tragedy. She leaves these chldn Harry SNYDER, 12th St.; & Mrs. Carrie LAPSLEY, Glassport. Also leaves 8 gsons & 2 gdaugs. Funeral conducted in her late residence, 1272 W. Church St, Tue 2 pm, by her pastor, Rev. Joseph B. Baker. Bur. Oakland Cem. In the obituary notice yesterday it was stated that Mr. SNYDER had been killed by a train on the B.R.&P. Railway. This was an error. Mr. SNYDER died suddenly at the family home about four years ago.

[NI134512] 3-12-1932 Mrs. Katherine (LIVINGSTON) RICHARDSON, 78, yrs old, w/o George RICHARDSON, d early today at her home in Railroad ave, Blairsville, following a long illness. Funeral serves will be held in the home of a dau., Mrs. Joseph KEIBLER, 620 McClure ave, Blairsville, at 2:30 pm Mon, Rev. E.B. Hanks, minister, Hebron Luth Ch., Blairsville. and the Rev. Clair RICHARDSON, Charleroi, s/o the deceased, Bur. Blairsville Cem. Mrs. RICHARDSON was d/o Henry LIVINGSTON & Margaret (FREY) LIVINGSTON & was b in IN. The deceased was w/o George S. RICHARDSON, who d in Blairsville in 1898. Mrs. RICHARDSON had resided in Blairsville many yrs. The deceased leaves 5 sons: Harry L. RICHARDSON, Johnstown; James R. RICHARDSON, Cleveland; Arleigh RICHARDSON, Gary, IN; Rev. Clair RICHARDSON, Charleroi; & Lyndale RICHARDSON, Blairsville; & 4 daus: Mrs. William COX, Los Angeles, CA; & Mrs. Charles H. KISSELL, & Mrs. R.C. McCOOL & Mrs. Joseph KEIBLER, all Blairsville.

[NI134514] 1915 MRS. BARBARA SWEENY, aged 74 yrs, a former resident of Homer City d at Zelienople, PA on Jul 12. Her remains were brought to the home of her sister, Mrs. Kate RICHARDS, Blairville, on Wed. The remains were brought to IN for interment. She was the sister of Noah & Henry Livingston of IN

[NI134536] 1914 MRS. MARY M. LIVINGSTON, Mrs. Mary MANGUS LIVINGSTONE, aged 70 yrs, w/o Noah LIVINGSTONE, d at her home on N. Taylor Ave, Sat Sep 19 at 8:15 pm. Death was caused by paralysis. She was b & reared near Shelocta. She leaves her husb & these chldn; Frank, IN; William, Blairsville; Harry, Wheeling, WV; Mrs. Bertha BOLEN, Tarentum, & Mrs Minnie McAFEE, Blairsville; The funeral servs were held at the LIVINGSTONE home Tue 2 pm by Rev. Dr. J.W. Cary, pastor Meth Epis ch. Private bur Oakland cem.

[NI134537] MRS. ELIZABETH (BENCE) LIVINGSTON. Friends of Mrs. LIVINGSTON, whose death occurred in her S. 10th St. home at 7:15 pm Thu, are being received Robinson Funeral Home, servs 1:30 pm Sun. Rev. David R. Graham, pastor 1st Meth Ch, of which the deceased had long been a memb, will officiate. Bur Oakland Cem. d/o George & Fanny BENCE, b Nov 5 1857, Green Twp. Her early life was spent near Dixonville & the family home was established here 60 yrs ago. Mrs. LIVINGSTON was a memb of the Home Dept of the Meth. Sun School & Women's Christian Temperance Union. The w/o Henry R. LIVINGSTON, she leaves 3 daugs: Mrs. M.C. WILSON, Williamstown, WV; Mrs. Ira BAKER, Blairsville; Mrs. Clay MARTIN, IN; a son Horace LIVINGSTON, IN; 7 gchldn; 11 ggchldn; a bro., Henry BENCE, Tanoma & 2 sisters: Mrs. Dillie HENRY, Tanoma & Mrs. Christie STEFFY, Bradford.

[NI134542] Sep 27 1912 Mrs. Catherine LIVINGSTONE, aged 92 yrs, w/o Henry LIVINGSTONE, d at the home of son, Emanuel, North 5th St. extension, this Fri.) at 8:15 am. Death was due to the infirmities of old age. Mrs. LIVINGSTONE was a native of Somerset Co., & came to IN with her husb in the late 40's. She leaves these chldn: Noah, Emanuel, Henry, Carlsisle, Mrs. Rose SNYDER, Mrs. Kate RICHARDSON, & Mrs. Hettie TAUBLER, all of this place, & Mrs. Barbara SWEENEY, Pittsburgh. The funeral serv.s will be held at the home of Emanuel LIVINGSTONE on Sun. 2:30 pm by Rev. J.W. Cary, pastor Meth. Episc. Ch..

[NI134543] Children:
i. John Fry.
ii. Elizabeth Fry.
iii. George Fry.
iv. Caroline Fry.
v. Mary Polly Fry.
vi. Daniel Fry.
vii. Levi Fry.
viii. Kathryn Fry, born April 24, 1821
ix. Sally Fry.
x. Samuel Fry.
xi. Noah Fry.

[NI134545] Chldn:
i. Jacob Shultz.
ii. Daniel Shultz.
iii. John Shultz.
iv. Carmine Shultz.
v. Barbara Shultz, born October 15, 1782 in Berlin, Somerset, Co. PA; died March 08, 1876 in Darke Co., OH; married Christian Fry.
vi. Elizabeth Shultz.
vii. Mary Shultz.
viii. Noah Shultz.
ix. Eli Shultz.
x. Nancy Shultz.
xi. Peter Shultz.
xii. Catherine Shultz, married Unknown Wolford.

[NI134548] i. Jacob Baker, married Mary Magdalena.
ii. Henry Baker.
iii. George Baker.

[NI134562] Killed by falling tree

[NI134573] 1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John W. Smith
491 297 SECHLER, Andrew 40 m Farmer PA
Sarah 42 f PA
ENOS, Franklin 19 m Teacher PA
ENOS, Louisa 12 f PA
SECHLER, William 1 m PA

[NI134581] 1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John W. Smith
493 318 OHLER, George 35 m Farmer PA
Elizabeth 33 f PA
Bernard. 12 m PA
John. 6 m PA
Emanuel. 4 m PA
Jacob 2 m PA

[NI134583] 1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John W. Smith
493 319 OHLER, Julian. 70 f PA
Julian 31 f PA

[NI134619] Allegheny Passage, Chs & Families West Marva Dist COB 1752 -1990, by Emmert F. Bittinger. Dewalt Schneider b Nov 2 1755, Walabar, Germany, d Dec 17 1828, Somerset Co, PA abt 3 mis from Rockwood on the homestead where he is bur. He was a
Rev War vet. He m Anna C. Feathers (Vetters) b Apr 21 1768, Germany, d/o Joseph Christian & Maria Vetters. She came with her family to Amer in 1775. She d Jul 17 1819. Bur beside her husb.

[NI134626] 3. Adam Feathers Schneider born October 4, 1805 in Somerset county, Pa and died February 27, 1891. Was a Brethren minister. He lived in Somerset all his life. He was brought up Luth but his wife Katherine Nicholson of Washington Co, MD, was raised Brethren. Adam was ordained at age 28 & had his congregation at Middle Creek, PA
1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA
491 299 SNYDER, Adam 57 m Farmer PA
Elizabeth 54 f PA
Elizabeth 17 f PA
Zachariah 13 m PA

[NI134627] 1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA
484 249 SNYDER, Dewalt 53 m Farmer PA
Christena 53 f PA
John 27 m Joiner PA
Sarah 21 f PA
Christena 20 f PA
Catharine 17 f PA
Moses 15 m PA
Susan 13 f PA
Amy 10 f PA
1860 Census Middlecreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Taken by John Campbell, July 11, 1860
543 SNYDER, Dewalt 68 M Farmer PA
Christiana 30 F
Catherine 28 F
Moses 25 M Farmer
Adaline 21 F
Susanna 23 F
?Anne 19 F

[NI134633] 1860 Census Middlecreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Taken by John Campbell, July 11, 1860
539 SNYDER, John D. 37 M Farmer PA
Elizabeth 27 F
Ireneus 8 M
Albert 4 M
Harvey 2 M

[NI134638] 1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA
483 243 SNYDER, Michael 37 m PA
Mary Ann 26 f PA
Sabina C. 7 f PA
Mary C. 2 f PA
TEDROW, Harriet 18 f PA

[NI134639] 1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA
500 360 SNYDER, Simon 32 m Farmer PA
Susan 30 f PA
David 9 m PA
Alexander 5 m PA
Elias 4 m PA
ENOS, Catharine 20 f PA
1860 Census Milford Twp., P. O. Benford's Store, Somerset Co., PA Samuel Walker, June 11
188 183 SNYDER, Simon 44 m Farmer PA
Susannah 42 f PA
Alexander 15 m PA
Elias 12 m PA
INFIELD, Savina 23 f Servent PA

[NI134810] 1850 Census Napier Twp., Bedford Co., PA Aug 23 Thos Hughes
21 4 4 Schell Abram 61 M Farmer 1,500 Pa
Schell Jane 42 F Pa
Schell Abram C. 18 M Clerk Pa
Schell James H. 16 M Pa
Schell Charlotte A. 13 F Pa
Schell Margaret E. 9 F Pa
Schell Martin R. 7 M Pa
Schell Edwin G. 5 M Pa

[NI134816] 1850 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator: John H. Smith
517 104 Firestone, Jacob 47 M Labourer PA
Mary 40 F PA
Catharine 12 F PA
Hugh 8 M PA
Joseph 6 M PA
Jacob 4 M PA
John 1 M PA
1860 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated by John Campbell, PO: Paddytown
32 169 169 Firestone Jacob 55 M Laborer 50 Va
33 169 169 Firestone Mary 47 F Spinster Pa
34 169 169 Firestone Hugh 20 M Pa
35 169 169 Firestone Joseph 16 M Pa
36 169 169 Firestone Isaac 14 M Pa.
37 169 169 Firestone Jane 12 F Pa.
38 169 169 Firestone John 9 M Pa.
39 169 169 Firestone Ma*e*** M. 3 F Pa

[NI134817] 1850 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator: John H. Smith
520 135 Firestone Michael 45 M Labourer PA
Elizabeth 45 F PA
Jeremiah 23 M Laborer PA
Michael 20 M Laborer VA
John 18 M Laborer PA
Hannah 16 F PA
Emanuel 14 M PA
Lewis 12 M PA
Rachel 10 F PA
Sarah 8 F PA
Martin 6 M PA
Catharine 2 F PA
Wife Elizabeth living in Springfield Twp, Fayette Co in 1870 with Jerimiah, Sarah & Catherine.

[NI134825] Matha was listed as a domestic servant of John Baughman, a neighbor of Jacob Firestone, in the 1860 census.

[NI134828] 1880 census Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator : A.S. Levy
30 23 88 91 Firestone Isaac W m 33 X Farm Hand Pa New JersePa
30 24 88 91 Firestone Mahala W f 28 Wife Keeping House Pa Pa Pa
30 25 88 91 Firestone Alice W f 10 Daug at Home Pa Pa Pa
30 26 88 91 Firestone Bedia W f 7 Daug at Home Pa Pa Pa
30 27 88 91 Firestone Curtis W m 3 Son at Home Pa Pa Pa
30 28 88 91 Firestone Daniel W m 5/12 Jan Son at Home Pa Pa Pa
30 29 88 91 Firestone Mary W f 69 Mother at Home Pa Pa Pa
1900 census Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA
197B 5111 Firestone Emanuel Head M Feb 1836 64 M 36 Pa. Pa. Pa. Farmer T
197B 52 Jane Wife F June 1841 58 M 36 4 4 Ohio Pa. Pa. T
197B 53 Walter Son M Oct 1867 32 S Pa. Pa. Ohio Day Laborer T
197B 54 John Son M Feb 1873 27 S Pa. Pa. Ohio Day Laborer T

[NI134833] Enlisted at Kingwood, PA into Co C 142 PA Vols Aug 14 1862 discharged Aug 24 1865. He was wounded in the right leg in battle of Fredricksburg Dec 13 1862. Born Mar 2 1834 Somerset Co. He moved to Fayette Co. Sep 1865 & has lived there ever since. He m Lavina Nicola Dec 30 1860 Upper Turkeyfoot by Jacob Gerhard. He had no other wife, she was never m before. He is 5'10", dark hair, blue eyes, & dark complexion. 12 Jul 1919 appeared Lavina Firestone age 79 living at 608 Murphy Ave., Connellsville, PA. Michael d Jul 8 1919 & bur Hill Grove Cem Jul 11 1919. She was b May 20 1840 Lavina Nicola & m 13 Dec 1860. 6 Oct 1919 Freeman Nicola age 75 of Markleton, PA testified for Lavina who was his sis.
1860 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated by John Campbell, PO: Paddytown
22 160 160 Firestone Michael 25 M Farmer 100 Pa.
23 160 160 Ansell Hannah 49 F Spinster Pa.
24 160 160 Nicklow Louina (?) 19 F Domestic Pa.
25 160 160 Vought Harriet 7 F Pa.
26 160 160 Ansell Catharine 88 F Spinster Pa.

[NI134834] 1860 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated by John Campbell, PO: Paddytown
27 161 161 Firestone Elizabeth 56 F Spinster 50 Pa.
28 161 161 Firestone Catharin 12 F Pa.
and
10 133 133 Firestone Elizabeth 54 F Weaver 50 Pa.
11 133 133 Firestone Catherine 12 F Pa.
12 133 133 Firestone John 26 M Laborer Pa.

[NI134837] 1870 census Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA
371b 182 Firestone Emanuel 3? m w Farm Laborer 300 Pa.
371b 182 Firestone Jane 25 f w Ohio
371b 182 Firestone Bruce 6 m w Pa.
371b 182 Firestone Franklin 4 m w
371b 182 Firestone Milton 2 m w
1880 census Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator : A.S. Levy
26 4 46 47 Firestone Emanuel W m 44 Farmer Pa Pa Pa
26 5 46 47 Firestone Jane W f 38 Wife Keeping House Ohio Pa Pa
26 6 46 47 Firestone Bruce W m 16 Son at Home Pa Pa Ohio
26 7 46 47 Firestone Frank W m 14 Son at Home Pa Pa Ohio
26 8 46 47 Firestone Milton W m 12 Son at Home Pa Pa Ohio
26 9 46 47 Firestone John W m 7 Son at Home Pa Pa Ohio
26 10 46 47 King Eva W f 83 Mother in Law at Home Pa Pa Pa
1900 census Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA
197B 5111 Firestone Emanuel Head M Feb 1836 64 M 36 Pa. Pa. Pa. Farmer T
197B 52 Jane Wife F June 1841 58 M 36 4 4 Ohio Pa. Pa. T
197B 53 Walter Son M Oct 1867 32 S Pa. Pa. Ohio Day Laborer T
197B 54 John Son M Feb 1873 27 S Pa. Pa. Ohio Day Laborer T

[NI134846] 1850 Federal census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator: John H. Smith
522 148 Lichleiter, David 45 M Farmer A
Margaret 36 F PA
Joshua 7 M P A
William 1 M PA
Firestone, Catherine 13 F PA

[NI134854] Last name on tombstone is spelled "Fierstone"
Mr. Firestone had a cross put on his wife's grave, when asked why, he replied in his mountain dialect, "Ai Christ, Mahalia always sang 'At the cross - at the cross' so much. She did the singing at the church & sang 'At the cross' always first."

[NI134860] Lost a hand in a sawmill accident.

[NI134862] Obit: Mrs. Annie Belle (Williams) Firestone, aged 50 yrs, wife of Curtis Firestone, Upper Turkeyfoot Twp, d of a complication of ailments, including dropsy, at her home Mon. afternoon. She had been ill for several mo.s. Surviving are her husb & 4 chldn: Mrs. Gladys Gerhard, Lower Turkeyfoot; Mrs. Ethel Wabel; Mrs. Edna Meyers, & Warren Firestone. She was sis of Mrs. Alice Enos, Lower Turkeyfoot Twp. Funeral servs were held at 2 pm Wed with bur. in the family plot on the farm. Undertaker Mills of Rockwood had charge of the burial arrangements.

[NI134863] 1870 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA
569a. 21 Williams George B. 34 m w Farmer 600 Pa.
569a. 21 Williams Roxanna 24 f w Pa.
569a. 21 Williams Calvin (??) 1 m w Pa.
569a. 21 Nicklow Hanah 10 f w Pa
1880 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA
12 1 104 109 Williams George W m 44 X Keeping House Penn Pa Pa
12 2 104 109 Williams Rebecca W f 32 Wife X Penn Pa Pa
12 3 104 109 Williams Hattie N/W ? W f 5 Daug X Penn Pa Pa
12 4 104 109 Williams Annie B. W f 1 Daug X Penn Pa Pa
12 5 104 109 White John W m 9 Servant X Servant Penn Pa Pa

[NI134864] 1850 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator: John H. Smith
521 138 Williams, Daniel 46 M Farmer PA
Elizabeth 37 F PA
Jemima 18 F PA
Mary A. 16 F P A
George 14 M PA
Elizabeth 12 F PA
Jacob 10 M , PA
Thomas 9 M PA
Amanda 6 M PA
Marshall 3 M PA
John M. 6m M PA
1860 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA by John Campbell, PO: Paddytown HW Pg 22
22 146 146 Williams Daniel 51 M Farmer 150 Pa. Age could possibly be 57
23 146 146 Williams Elizabeth 45 F Spinster Pa.
24 146 146 Williams Mary A. 26 F Milliner Pa.
25 146 146 Williams George B. 24 M Farmer Pa.
26 146 146 Williams Elizabeth 22 F Teacher C. S. Pa.
27 146 146 Williams Thomas 17 M Farmer Pa.
28 146 146 Williams Amanda 15 F Pa.
29 146 146 Williams Martha 8 F Pa.
30 146 146 Williams Leo**** 5 M Pa.

[NI134870] 1870 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA
569b. 29 Williams (?) Thom D. 28 m w Farmer 3200 824 Pa.
569b. 29 Williams (?) Louisa 22 f w Pa.
569b. 29 Williams (?) Mary E. 1 f w Pa.
569b. 29 Younkin Ellen 13 f w
1880 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA
11 12 97 101 Williams Thomas W m 37 X Farmer Penn Pa Pa
11 13 97 101 Williams Louisa W f 31 Wife X Keeping House Penn Prussia Prussia
11 14 97 101 Williams Mary W f 11 Daug X at Home X Penn Pa Pa

[NI134901] 1880 Census Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated by A.S. Levy
32 45 107 110 Burkholder James W. W m 30 Farmer Pa Pa Pa
32 46 107 110 Burkholder Harriet W f 32 Wife Keeping House Pa Pa Pa
32 47 107 110 Burkholder Ella F. W f 9 Daug at Home Pa Pa Pa
32 48 107 110 Burkholder Christian C. W m 7 Son at Home Pa Pa Pa
32 49 107 110 Burkholder Minnie C. W f 4 Daug at Home Pa Pa Pa
32 50 107 110 Burkholder Charles W m 1 Son at Home Pa Pa Pa

[NI134925] Samuel Koontz State: PA Enumeration District: 0153 Color: W Age: 27 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0354 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02490254 Other Residents:
Wife Florence 24, PA
FUNERAL OF SAMUEL M. KOONTZ CENTRAL CITY - Funeral serv will be conducted Fri. afternoon for Samuel M. KOONTZ, 59, who d Mon night at his home on Lang Ave. A short serv will be at the home at 2 pm followed by serv at 2:30 pm in Christian Ch, Rev. M. R. Barto, Irvona, Rev. Ellis Beck & Rev. Arthur Vespa will officiate. Bur Graeff Cem. under the direction of Charles Brumbaugh, local mortician. Mr. KOONTZ is surv by widow, Mrs. Florence (THOMAS) KOONTZ, & 5 chldn. (Date at top of obit indicates ...ber 7, 1942, rest of mo is cut off) Samuel McGregor Koontz passed away on: 5 October 1942
1910 PA Census Miracode Index

[NI134930] 1850 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA John H. Smith
519 124 Younkin, Frederick 49 M Farmer PA
Sarah 36 F PA
Jacob 22 M Labourer PA
Susan 5 F PA
Barbara 4 F PA
Nancy 2 F PA
Saloma 1 F PA
Fately, Catharine 17 F PA

[NI134943] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Samuel G N King Age: 28 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0168 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0006 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband Other Residents:
Wife Mattie A 22, PA
Dau. Mahala E 05, PA
Son Melvin E 02, PA

[NI134993] 1910 PA miracode index
William M Putman Age: 57 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0168 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0008 County: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Catharine J 59, Pennsylvania
Daughter Melissa F Meyers 35, Pennsylvania
Grandson Otto L 15, Pennsylvania
Grandson Maurice L 05, Pennsylvania

[NI135020] Commodore managed the dairy farm in Confluence, which was owned by Dr. Carl Frantz, from 1922 to 1954. Commodore had suffered a broken leg in a coal mine accident & Dr. Frantz operated on him but as a result of this operation, Commodore couldn't bend his left leg at the knee. So, Dr. Frantz gave him a home & a job managing the dairy farm.

[NI135022] Elder of the St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church at the time of the dedication of the new church building on June 16, 1907 (Casselman Chronicle, 1982, Numbers 3 & 4) Also elder from 1905-1/18/1911, 5-4/1917 - 1/23/1921 and 1/23/1921 - Jan 1924 (copied from church records)

[NI135025] Teacher, taught at the following schools: Listonburg before 1923 & half term in 1936 (from The Casselman Chronicle, Volume XXVII, 1987, No. 1 & 2, pg 24) Pine Grove School, Addison Twp, 1936-37. He drove to and from school. (from The Casselman Chronicle, Volume XXII, 1982, No. 1 & 2)

[NI135239] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Margaret Kalp Age: 52 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0066 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0101 Co.: Fayette Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents:
Son John N, Jr 24, PA
Dau Emma 22, PA
Son Philip 20, PA
Dau Elisabeth 16, PA
Dau Annie 14, PA
Dau Martha 10, PA

[NI135250] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Samuel Pritts Age: 41 State: PA Color: W Enumeration dist.: 0148 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0093 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents:
Wife Ella 34, PA
Son Harry 14, PA
Son Will 13, PA
Dau Ada 12, PA
Son Homer 10, PA
Son Roy 08, PA
Son Richard 06, PA
Dau Cora 04, PA
Dau Ivy 02, PA

[NI135271] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
David Gary Age: 35 State: PA Color: W Enumeration dist.: 0148 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0130 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents:
Wife Emma N 34, PA
Stepdaugther Catherine Pletchner 09, PA
Son Chester A Gary 07, PA
Son John R 04, PA
Stepson Elzie Pletcher 14, PA

[NI135304] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
John R Geary Age: 53 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0053 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0281 County: Fayette Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Son Charles 23, PA
Son Frank 22, PA
Daug Stella 20, PA
Daug Celia 17, PA
Stepson Martin B Hines 35, PA

[NI135322] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Martin Miller Age: 36 State: PA Color: W Enumeration dist.: 0066 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0073 Co.: Fayette Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents:
Wife Ada 18, PA
Dau Haxel 02, PA
Dau Evelin NR, PA

[NI135328] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Frank B Whaley Age: 48 State: PA Color: W Enumeration dist.: 0145 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0065 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents:
Wife Mary E 44, PA
Dau Emma 20, PA
Dau Lillie 18, PA
Dau Maggie 16, PA
Son Ray B 11, PA
Son Louis E 08, PA
Dau Isabella 02, PA

[NI135335] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Joseph Rugg Age: 31 State: PA Color: W Enumeration dist.: 0145 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0041 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents:
Wife Catharine 28, PA
Son William M 10, PA
Son Harvey B 08, PA
Dau Goldie E 07, PA
Son Eli H 05, PA
Son Joseph N 04, PA
Dau Nellie M 02, PA
Dau Emma M NR, PA

[NI135343] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Frank Shelkey Age: 43 State: PA Color: W Enumeration dist.: 0015 Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0072 Co.: Fayette Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Wife Rebecca 35, PA
Son Fred D 13, PA
Dau Henrietta 11, PA
Son Frank H 05, PA
Son David R NR, PA
Obit for John F. Shelkey---The Daily Courier, Connellsville, PA dated Feb 24 1949 John Frank Shelkey, 82, retired B & O RR Co. employee of South Connellsville, where he resided for the past 51 yrs, d at 1:30 pm Wed at his home. Mr. Shelkey was employed on a B & O bridge carpenter crew for 38 yrs, retiring in 1933. He was a memb of B & O Vets Assc, Central Meth Ch, & the W.W. Pickett Class of that church. He was b Sep 22 1867, Carroll, OH. He m the former Miss Rebecca Henry, Confluence on Jul 10 1895. Surviving are his widow, 1 daug, Mrs. Henrietta Younkin, E. Green St.; 3 sons, Fred D., at home, Frank H., S. Connellsville & D. L. Shelkey , Adelaide; 7 gchldn, 5 ggchldn & 2 bros, R.J. Shelkey, Canal Winchester, OH, & Edward Shelkey, Lancaster, OH. The body has been removed to the Charles A. McCormick funeral home, where serv will be held at 2 pm Sat. Additional rites conducted at 2:30 pm Central Meth Ch, Rev. W.C. Marquis, officiating. Bur Hill Grove Cem.

[NI135346] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Robert Curtis Age: 33 State: PA Color: W Enumeration dist.: 9064 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0849 Co.: Fayette Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents:
Wife Mary E 29, PA
Dau Sarah E 10, PA
Son Franklin J 07, PA
Son Walter A 06, PA
Dau Vernel L 03, PA

[NI135348] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Clark Cole Age: 32 State: PA Color: W Enumeration dist.: 0056 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0024 Co.: Fayette Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents:
Wife Margaret 25, PA
Dau Emma M 06, PA
Son Walter E 04, PA
Son Charles T 02, PA

[NI135368] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Wilson Conn State: PA Enumeration District: 0145 Color: W Age: 36 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0005 County: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00790457 Other Residents:
Wife Susan E 36, PA
Daughter Nora A 17, PA
Daughter Gertrude J 15, PA
Daughter Iva L 10, PA
Son Clinton H 06, PA
Son Jese A 04, PA

[NI135394] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Bernard Klink Age: 36 State: PA Color: W Enumeration dist.: 0168 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0152 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents:
bro Foster 22, PA

[NI135430] Around the time of the estate settlement , Mitchell lived in Holmes Co., OH. This according to a transfer of land from his father's heirs to his bro., Alexander. Dated 31 Dec 1853. Vol 26, pg 161 in Somerset Co. & the Registers & Orphan's Court File 1952 # Mitchell's estate at his death adjoined lands of B. Tressler, Cyrus McClintock, Alfred Conn, James F. Gower, Maklon Livingood & others. It contained 287 acres & 72 perches more or less having thereon erected a log house & stable, good orchard, good water & a portion well timbered with a sugar camp of about 1500 trees underlaid with minerals. The estate was about 1/2 mile from Fort Hill station.

[NI135432] Alexander McClintock serv as Pvt. Nat'l #342431. Vol.6 p.31.446 - 5th Ser. PA Archives. Vol.1, 6th Series, page 3. Vol.1, 5th Series Receiving Depreciation Pay Vol.1-4-5th Series, page 632. Vol.6, page 68, again Vol. 1-6. 1st Batt Cumberland Co. Militia. Called out 2nd Class, Jan 1778-5th Series. Pvt 2nd Class, 6th Co. 1st Batt Cumberland Co., Pa. Militia under Capt John Campbell 1-5-1778. Alexander McClintock in Capt Samuel Fenton's Co.,Cumberland Co.,given again under the same Capt in Newton Ship's Cumberland Co. 1782. Alexander McClintock on a list of inhabitants of Turkeyfoot Twp. made subject to Militias Laws taken by Henry Abram Feb 1789. Bedford Co., now Somerset Co., Pa., 6th Series, Vol.1-3, page 44. Discharged at Fort Duquesne. (From application for membership to the Nat'l Society of the DAR. Nat'l # 350149. Accepted Feb 1 1945.) Killed by a log rolling over him at the farm of his son-in-law, John Cunningham. (History of the McClintocks Family,PA Branch by Calvin L. McClintock, Sr.) More About ALEXANDER MCCLINTOCK:Cause of Death: A large log rolled onto him. Will: Jun 11 1803.

[NI135442] Left Somerset Co. & moved to Indiana. Land in Somerset Co. was sold at a sheriff sale real cheap according to Hal Coleman, gg-grandson.

[NI135448] 1850 Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA 5 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
15 221 243 Wilkins James 51 M Farmer 1,300 Pa
16 221 243 Wilkins Abagail 54 F Pa
17 221 243 Wilkins John 28 M Labourer 800 Pa
18 221 243 Wilkins Ann 23 F Pa
19 221 243 Weiner Mary A. 22 F Pa
20 221 243 Cupp Mary A. 10 F Pa

[NI135452] Believed to have participated in attack on Alexander Hanna on 22 May 1830 where Hanna was stabbed while attending a militia gathering. Alexander McClintock of John, Robert of William, John of Robert, Alexander of John & Eston McClintock also participated. John & his brother Robert supposively beat, abused & stabbed Hanna with the intent to kill him, according to oath of Alexander Hanna sworn to Bernard Connelly Jr, Justice of the Peace for Somerset Co., PA on 24 May 1830.

[NI135453] Believed to have participated in attack on Alexander Hanna on 22 May 1830 where Hanna was stabbed while attending a militia gathering. Alexander McClintock of John, John of Robert, John of William, Alexander of John & Eston McClintock also participated. Robert & his brother John supposively beat, abused & stabbed Hanna with the intent to kill him, according to oath of Alexander Hanna sworn to Bernard Connelly Jr, Justice of the Peace for Somerset Co., PA on 24 May 1830.

[NI135454] Left Somerset Co. & moved to Indiana. Land in Somerset Co. was sold at a sheriff sale real cheap according to Hal Coleman, g-grandson. 22 May 1830 - Was the main assaulter in the attack on Alexander Hanna. His brothers, John & Robert also participated along with his cousins: Alexander of John & John of Robert. 8 Feb 1833: His property (150 acre plantation & tract (with 12 acres cleared) in Addison Twp.) was sold at a Sherriff's Sale to Charles Ogle, Esq. Sold at the suit of Alexander Hanna for the consideration of $50.00

[NI135455] Story goes that Mitchell d of a broken heart because a man cheated him out of his land in Noble Co., IN. He was suppose to register his land & another man beat him to it. There was a lawsuit but the other man won. Noble Co. Courthouse experienced a fire & the land records were destroyed.

[NI135458] 1850 Federal Census Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated by: John H. Smith
4 85 88 McClintock Alexander 52 M Farmer 300 PA dumb
5 85 88 McClintock Olla 54 F PA
6 85 88 McClintock Mary 25 F PA
7 85 88 McClintock Isaac 10 M PA

[NI135460] 1850 Federal census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator: John H. Smith
505 16 Cunningham, James 55 M Farmer PA
Nancy 53 F PA
Martha 21 F PA
Anna 17 F PA

[NI135461] 1850 Federal census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator: John H. Smith
522 144 Cunninham. Alexander 53 M Blacksmith PA
Susan 46 F PA
Catharine 15 F PA
George 12 M PA
Harrison 8 M PA
Rebecca 10 F PA
James 5 M PA

[NI135462] 1850 Census Somerset Boro, Somerset Twp, Somerset Co., PA 20 Jul 1850 by Jno. J. Schell, p2
24 11 12 Cunningham Jacob 50 M Farmer PA
Cunningham Elisabeth 45 F PA
Cunningham John H. 21 M Tanner PA
Cunningham Francis 19 M Tanner PA
Cunningham Margaret A. 17 F PA
Cunningham Mary J. 15 F PA
Cunningham Elias 13 M PA
Cunningham Harmon G. 11 M PA
Cunningham Jane M. 9 F PA
Cunningham Jacob 5 M PA
Cunningham George 1 M PA
1870 Census Somerset Boro, Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 23 Jun 1870 by Christian Streng
20 73 78 Cunningham Jacob 69 M W Tanner 10,000 1,200 PA
Cunningham Elizabeth 66 F W Keeping house PA
Cunningham George 22 M W Cabinet Maker 300 PA
Cunningham Jane 17 F W PA
Cooper James 18 M W Appre to Tanner PA
Rayman Kate 7 F W PA

[NI135463] 1850 Federal Census Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated by: John H. Smith
10 55 57 Cunningham Robert 48 M Labourer PA
11 55 57 Cunningham Sarah 47 F PA
12 55 57 Cunningham Rachel 16 F PA
13 55 57 Cunningham Nancy 14 F PA
14 55 57 Cunningham Francis 13 M PA
15 55 57 Cunningham James 11 M PA
16 55 57 Cunningham Sebastian 1 M PA
17 55 57 Cunningham Thaius 9 F PA
18 55 57 Cunningham Matthew 5 M PA
19 55 57 Cunningham Ross 3 M PA
20 55 57 Cunningham Martha A. 6/12 F PA

[NI135469] Chldn:
i. THOMAS8 CUNNINGHAM
ii. AUSTIN CUNNINGHAM
iii. JOHN CUNNINGHAM
iv. GEORGE CUNNINGHAM
v. CAROLINE CUNNINGHAM
vi. ANNE CUNNINGHAM
vii. JAMES CUNNINGHAM

[NI135471] 1850 Federal Census Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated by: John H. Smith
5 116 120 Justice Moses 50 M Carpenter PA
6 116 120 Justice Margaret 44 F PA
7 116 120 Justice Mary A. 22 F PA
8 116 120 Justice Elizabeth 20 F PA
9 116 120 Justice Margaret 18 F PA
10 116 120 Justice Phebe 16 F PA
11 116 120 Justice John 14 M PA
12 116 120 Justice Martha 8 F PA
13 116 120 Justice James 6 M PA
14 116 120 Justice Vila 3 F PA

[NI135472] Drowned with baby while fording a river on horseback

[NI135473] 1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 6 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
17 227 249 McClintock John 43 M Farmer 1,100 Pa
18 227 249 McClintock Lydia 32 F Pa
19 227 249 McClintock Cath. 14 F Pa
20 227 249 McClintock Elizah 9 M Pa
21 227 249 McClintock Levi 5 M Pa

[NI135475] Drown with Daug. Poley

[NI135494] 1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 6 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
22 228 250 McClintock Rob't. 30 M Farmer 600 Pa
23 228 250 McClintock Eveline 30 F Pa
24 228 250 McClintock Jonas 7 M Pa
25 228 250 McClintock David 5 M Pa
26 228 250 McClintock Cynthia 3 F Pa
27 228 250 McClintock John 2 M Pa

[NI135496] 1850 Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA 6 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
28 229 251 McClintock James 28 M Farmer 1,600 Pa
29 229 251 McClintock Rachel 25 F Pa
30 229 251 McClintock Westly 5 M Pa
31 229 251 McClintock Ross 3 M Pa
32 229 251 McClintock Sarah J. 10/12 F Pa
33 229 251 McClintock Alfred 12 M Pa

[NI135500] Believed to have participated in attack on Alexander Hanna on 22 May 1830 where Hanna was stabbed while attending a militia gathering. Alexander McClintock of John, Robert of William, John of Robert, Alexander of John & Eston McClintock also participated
1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 5 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
11 213 235 McClintock Alex 38 M Labourer Pa
12 213 235 McClintock Mary 38 F Pa
13 213 235 McClintock M. 8 M Pa
14 213 235 McClintock Adaline 7 F Pa
15 213 235 McClintock James 6 M Pa
16 213 235 McClintock Jeff 5 M Pa
17 213 235 McClintock Van B. 4 M Pa
18 213 235 McClintock Andrew 3 M Pa
19 213 235 McClintock Charles 1 M Pa

[NI135501] 1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 5 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
12 208 230 McClintock Easton 25 M Labourer 50 Pa
13 208 230 McClintock Harriet 18 F Penna
14 208 230 McClintock Jos. 2/12 M Penna

[NI135552] Jesse CUNNINGHAM Abt. 1818
1850 Federal census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator: John H. Smith
505 17 Cunningham, Jesse 20 M Labourer PA
Eliza 18 F PA

[NI135564] Chldn:
i. BRUCE CUNNINGHAM
ii. JOHN CUNNINGHAM
iii. JAMES HARVEY CUNNINGHAM
iv. EDWARD CUNNINGHAM
v. ROBERT CUNNINGHAM
vii. ALBERT MORRIS CUNNINGHAM

[NI135565] 1900 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA
159B 217 Hostetler Rebecca Head July 1841 59 Wd 7 6 Pa. Farmer
159B Jacob R Son Jan 1874 26 S Pa. Laborer(Saw mill)
159B John C G-Son Aug 1884 15 S Pa. Teamster
159B Daniel E G-Son Aug 1886 13 S Pa. At School
159B Harry M G-Son Jan 1889 11 S Pa. At School

[NI135568] 1870 Census Larimer Twp., Somerset Co., PA Sep 2, 1870 By Lewis G. Dom.
8 134 137 Cunningham Harrison 29 M W Stone Mason 180 PA
Cunningham Delilah 30 F W Keeping House PA
Cunningham Ellen 03 F W PA
Cunningham Cecilia 01 F W PA
Howe John 22 M W Laborer on RR PA
Harker Fredrick 32 M W Stone Mason PA

[NI135580] 1900 Federal Census Confluence Boro, Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator: James Tannehill 6 Jun 1900
181B 1B 61 15 15 Cunningham Emmet Head W M mar 1852 48 M 27 PA PA PA Livery Stable Operator 0 Yes Yes Yes O F H
181B 1B 62 15 15 Cunningham Cora A Wife W F Mar 1857 43 M 27 6 6 PA PA PA Yes Yes Yes
181B 1B 63 15 15 Cunningham Frank Son W M Aug 1874 25 S PA PA PA Livery Stable Operator Yes Yes Yes
181B 1B 64 15 15 Cunningham John Son W M Apr 1876 24 S PA PA PA Carpenter Yes Yes Yes
181B 1B 65 15 15 Cunningham Annie Daughter W F Aug 1880 19 S PA PA PA Yes Yes Yes
181B 1B 66 15 15 Cunningham Charlie Son W M Sept 1882 17 S PA PA PA Telegraph Operator o Yes Yes Yes
181B 1B 67 15 15 Cunningham Lizzie Daughter W F Nov 1886 13 S PA PA PA At School 7 Yes Yes Yes

[NI135596] Drown with Mother

[NI135600] Somerset Co. Court Records, Volume 3, case 249, Fornication & Bastardy

[NI135603] 1850 Federal census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator: John H. Smith
506 21 McClintock, John 20 M Labourer PA
Mary A. 21 F PA
Norman 1m M PA

[NI135607] Chldn:
ii. NORVAL J. MCCLINTOCK
iii. ELIZABETH MCCLINTOCK
iv. AVERY MCCLINTOCK
v. MAUDE MCCLINTOCK
vi. MARY MCCLINTOCK
vii. DORA MCCLINTOCK
viii. EDNA MCCLINTOCK
ix. MARGARET MCCLINTOCK
x. JOHN F. MCCLINTOCK
xi. FRANK D. MCCLINTOCK
xii. SAMUEL F. MCCLINTOCK
xiii. ALFRED G. MCCLINTOCK

[NI135608] Ukwn Wife. Chldn:
i. CYNTHIA MCCLINTOCK
ii. ROBERT MCCLINTOCK
iii. WILLIAM MCCLINTOCK
iv. CATHERINE MCCLINTOCK

[NI135614] 1850 Federal Census Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated by: John H. Smith
11 19 19 Romesburg George 22 M Labourer PA
12 19 19 Romesburg Margaret 23 F PA
13 19 19 Romesburg Marcelius 2m F PA
14 19 19 McClintock Rachel 76 F PA

[NI135621] 1900 Federal Census Confluence Boro, Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator: James Tannehill 6 Jun 1900
183A 3A 47 . . 64 64 Romesburg Oscar Head W M Oct 1865 34 M 16 . . PA PA PA . . . Laborer in Tannery . . Yes Yes Yes O F H . .
183A 3A 48 . . 64 64 Romesburg Ella Wife W F Mar 1862 38 M 16 1 1 PA PA PA . . . . . . Yes Yes Yes . . . . .
183A 3A 49 . . 64 64 Romesburg Kate Daughter W F Apr 1885 15 S . . . PA PA PA . . . . . . Yes Yes Yes . . . . .

[NI135622] 1850 Federal Census Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated by: John H. Smith
29 121 125 McNeil Laughlin 63 M Farmer Ireland
30 121 125 McNeil Sarah 51 F PA
31 121 125 McNeil Anna 27 F PA
32 121 125 McNeil Sarah 25 F PA
33 121 125 McNeil Neil 23 M Labourer PA
34 121 125 McNeil Mary 22 F PA
35 121 125 McNeil James 21 M PA
36 121 125 McNeil Rachel 19 F PA
37 121 125 McNeil Jane 17 F PA
38 121 125 McNeil Laughlin 15 M PA
39 121 125 McNeil Edwin L. 13 M PA


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