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[NI143273] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 28 Aug 1850 J. J. Schell
16 192 200 Coleman Joseph 47 M Farmer 3,000 PA
Coleman Sarah 31 F PA
Coleman Mary 10/12 F PA
Weitzell William 8 M PA
1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 23 Jul Pg 35 Christian Streng
31 347 345 Coleman Joseph 67 M W Farmer 8,000 966 Pa.
Coleman Sarah 50 F W Keeping house Pa.
Coleman Henry 15 M W Pa.
Weller Austin 22 M W Laborer Pa.
***ff Rachael 27 F W Domestic Servant Pa. *Name may be Woff, Moff, Weoff.

[NI143311] THE JOHNSTOWN Trib Mar 19 1904 - THE DEATH ROLL - Jacob Wonders, an aged & respected citizen of Croyle Twp, d at his resid Summerhill last eve from heart failure. Mr. Wonders was b near Helixville, Bedford Co, 1840. During Civil War he was mustered into serv in Co K 100th Reg't PV Jun 4 1864, & was mustered out with the co Jul 24 1865, reg't having during this time participated in severe fighting at Poplar Springs Ch, Hatcher's Run, Ft Steadman, & final assault on Petersburg. Abt 36 yrs ago Mr. Wonders m Miss Margaret Mangus, also Bedford Co, & they had following chldn: Alda, now Mrs. J. F. Miller, Lovett; David, J.C., Samuel B., Ida & Jacob, who are dead; Jennie, now Mrs. William Carpenter, Lovett, Harry, James & Margaret. Mr. Wonders moved with his family to Cambria Co in 1876, & followed farming on different farms in Summerhill & Croyle twps, finally, abt 15 yrs ago, purchasing farm on which he d. In the communities in which he lived he was esteemed a good husb, father, citizen, neighbor, & a conscientious man. He was not identified with any religious denomination of Christians, but had a preference for Evang Ch. Funeral will take place in Cem on Pringle Hill, after servs in ch at that place on Mon next, the cortege to leave his late home at 10 am.

[NI143399] 1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John W. Smith
465 105 WEYANT, Solomon 33 m Laborer PA
Mary 28 f PA
Austin 8 m PA
Henry 6 m PA
Albert 4 m PA
John W 2 m PA

[NI143400] 1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John W. Smith
483 248 WEIANT, Henry 68 m Farmer Germany
Margaret 64 f PA
Sarah 28 f PA
Margaret 26 f PA
Hannah 25 f PA
Simon 23 m Laborer PA
John H. 22 m Butcher PA
Burial on family plot located on former Weyand farm that became Miller farm which is now part of Pioneer Pk Campground, Trent.

[NI143415] 1860 Census Middlecreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Taken by John Campbell, July 11, 1860
632 WEYAND, Mary 40 f Spinster PA
Silas, A. 18 m Laborer PA
Henry M. 16 m PA
Albert W. 14 m PA
John W. 12 m PA
George W. 10 m PA
Walter P. 8 m PA
Irvin F. 5 m PA
Amanda A. 3 f PA

[NI143450] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 23 Aug 1850 John J. Schell
4 141 149 Kring John 36 M Farmer 1,800 PA
Kring Lavenia 32 F PA
Kring George 14 M PA
Kring Nancy 7 F PA
Kring Henry 4 M PA
Kring Rosanna 8/12 F PA
1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 27 Jun Pg 1 Christian Streng
12 27 27 Kring John 55 M W Farmer 4,000 1,029 PA
Kring Lavinia 48 F W Keeping house PA
Kring Rossanna 21 F W PA
Kring Ammanda 18 F W PA

[NI143455] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 19 Oct J. J. Schell
21 371 382 Sipe Henry 31 M Farmer 3,000 PA Lines 21-27 - Inn.
Sipe Rebecca 30 F PA
Sipe Alexander 10 M PA
Sipe Nancy 8 F PA
Sipe Susan 6 F PA
Sipe Sarah A. 3 F PA
Sipe Franklin 7/12 M PA
1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 1 Aug Christian Streng
1 507 501 Sipe Henry 52 M W Merchant 5,000 8,500 PA
Sipe Rebecca 51 F W Keeping house PA
Sipe Frankllin 21 M W 350 PA
Sipe Agnes 18 F W PA
Sipe Jane 15 F W PA
Sipe Michael 13 M W PA
Sipe Emma 10 F W PA
Sipe Anna 7 F W PA
Sipe Edward P. 5 M W PA

[NI143456] 1850 Federal Census Jenner Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 24 Aug 1850 by John J Schell
4 2 2 Sipe John A 22 M W Farmer PA
5 2 2 Sipe Magdeline 23 F W PA
6 2 2 Hoffman Abraham 14 M W PA
1880 Federal Census Jenner Twp. South, Somerset, PA Enumerated J.H.Gardner 1 - 24 Jun 1880
321A 15 33 34 Sipe John A. W M 53 Sash & door making PA PA PA
321A 16 33 34 Sipe Magdaline W F 54 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
321A 17 33 34 Coleman Mabel W F 7 Niece PA PA PA

[NI143490] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 26 Jul Christian Streng
3 372 370 Miller Daniel 31 M W Farmer PA
Miller Mary 28 F W Keeping house PA
Miller Horace G. 11 M W PA
Miller Bertha 9 F W PA
Miller Anna 7 F W PA
Miller Joseph 5 M W PA
Miller Wallace 4 M W PA
Miller Ullysses G. 2 M W PA
Miller Harry 7/12 M W PA Oct.

[NI143497] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 26 Jul Christian Streng
12 373 371 Miller Mahlon 28 M W Farmer PA
Miller Margaret I. 20 F W Keeping house PA
Miller Clara 1 F W PA
Miller Lewis 1/12 M W PA Apr.
Benford Rose A. 11 F W PA
Benford Edward 13 M W PA

[NI143503] Marker in the Casebeer Cem in Somerset Co, PA: Sacred to the memory of Jacob D. Casebeer of Co. A, 10th Reg., P.R.C., who was wounded in Battle of Fredericksburg, Va. On 13 Dec 1862, d at U.S. Hosp in Philadelphia on 28 Mar, 1863; age: 23y 1m 21d.

[NI143513] 1850 census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA
361 234 Coleman Jacob 33 M Farmer PA
Mary 21 F PA
Cinda Ellen 8 F PA
Henrietta 6 F PA
1870 census Brothervalley Twp, Somerset Co, PA Jno. Hicks
1 18 18 Coleman Jacob J. 53 M W Farmer 12,000 1,800 PA
Coleman Mary 41 F W Keeping House PA
Coleman Alexander 19 M W Farm Lab. PA
Coleman Eliza 15 F W PA
Coleman Henry F. 13 M W PA
Coleman Ada C. 6 F W PA
Coleman Alice J. 3 F W PA
1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA J. R. Boose Pg 9, 4 Jun 1880
3 9 233A 13 80 81 Coleman Jacob W M 63 Farmer PA PA PA
Coleman Mary W F 52 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Coleman Ada E W F 17 dau PA PA PA
Coleman Alice J W F 13 dau PA PA PA
Bittner Hennrietta W F 8 Grand dau PA PA PA
Pritts Ross W M 14 Servant Works on farm PA PA PA

[NI143523] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 24 Sep 1850 J. J. Schell
24 230 239 Rhoads Daniel 41 M . Farmer 4,000 PA
Rhoads Elisabeth 38 F PA
Rhoads Franklin H. 14 M PA
Rhoads Edmund W. 13 M PA
Rhoads Charles F. 8 M PA
Rhoads Philip A. 4 M PA
Rhoads Harriet E. 1/12 F PA
Coughenour Elisabeth 17 F PA
1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 18 Jul Pg 35 Christian Streng
37 291 290 Rhoads Daniel 61 M W Farmer 6,500 12,250 PA
Rhoads Mary L. 21 F W PA
Rhoads Harriet 19 F W PA
Rhoads Samuel 14 M W PA
Rhoads Elmira 12 F W PA
Rhoads Sarah 10 F W PA
Rhoads Abraham 8 M W PA
Rhoads Emma 5 F W PA

[NI143524] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 7 Oct J. J. Schell
11 314 325 Rhoads Jefferson 38 M Farmer 3,000 PA
Rhoads Mary 38 F PA
Rhoads John P. 11 M PA
Rhoads Alexander 8 M PA
Rhoads Phoebe S. 5 F PA
Rhoads William J. 2 M PA
Rhoads Jeremiah 1/12 M PA
Weyand Elisabeth 19 F PA

[NI143525] 1850 census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA
362 237 RhodesPhilip 36 M Farmer PA
Mary 38 F PA
Weitzell Elizabeth 13 F PA
Weingert Mary A. 11 F PA
Walker Peter 11 M PA
1870 census Brothervalley Twp, Somerset Co, PA Jno. Hicks
5 227 232 Rhoads Philip 56 M W Farmer 12,000 1,310 PA
Rhoads Mary 60 F W Keeping House PA
Penrod Mary 14 F W Dom. Ser, PA
1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA J. R. Boose Pg 14, 7 Jun 1880
3 14 235B 32 125 128 Rhoads Philip W M 65 Farmer-stockmerchant PA PA PA
Rhoads Mary W F 72 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Rumiser Mary W F 18 Servant Servant PA PA Germany

[NI143528] 1870 census Brothervalley Twp, Somerset Co, PA Jno. Hicks
11 298 307 Rhoads William A. 45 M W Farmer 20,000 2,200 PA
Rhoads Julian 42 F W Keeping House PA
Rhoads Mary E. 14 F W PA
Rhoads Albert B. L. 09 M W PA
Rhoads Elmer E. 06 M W PA
1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA J. R. Boose Pg 6, 3 Jun 1880
3 6 231B 33 56 56 Rhoads William S W M 52 Farmer PA PA PA
Rhoads Julian W F 53 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Rhoads Albert B W M 19 Son Works on farm PA PA PA
Rhoads Elmer C. W M 15 Son Works on farm PA PA PA
Kimmel Sarah W F 78 Mother-in-law PA PA PA
Mosgrave ** W F 22 Servant PA PA PA ** illegible

[NI143539] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 15 Jul Pg 35 Christian Streng
5 262 264 Rhoads John 30 M W Farmer 6,000 1,005 PA
Rhoads Sarah 31 F W Keeping house PA
Rhoads Charles A. 3 M W PA
Rhoads Henry J. 1 M W PA
Fritz John 20 M W Servant PA
Rhoads Mary E. 14 F W Domestic Servant PA
Rhoads Susan 12 F W PA

[NI143550] Adam Brant b Dauphin Co, 1785, & d near Shanksville in 1847. He was a millwright, & worked at his trade for 40 yrs in this Co. He m Elizabeth Grove, & was father of Jacob, Josiah, Chauncey A., Sarah (Lutz), deceased, Eliza (Keefer), Leah (Keefer), Susan (deceased) & Sophie. [Source: History of Bedford, Somerset, & Fulton Counties, 1884. Waterman, Watkins & Co. p. 521.]
1850 census Stonycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
248 116 BRANT Elisabeth 60 F PA
BRANT Leah 29 F PA
BRANT Josiah 24 M Pump maker PA
BRANT Sophia 18 F PA
BRANT Chauncey 16 M Farmer PA
DENISON Austin 11 M PA
COLEMAN Ananias 6 M PA

[NI143552] 1850 Federal census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA
132 137 BOWMAN Benjamin 30 M Farmer 2500 PA
Susanna 29 F PA
Amanda 5 F PA
Lorenzo 3 M PA
William H. 1 M PA
SUDORIS Catharine 74 F PA
BERKEYBILE Louisa 19 F PA
1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 12 Jun 1860 by Josiah H. Zimmerman
216 233 BOWMAN Benjamin 44 M Farmer 3000 1281 PA
Susan 39 F PA
Amanda 16 F PA.
Loransa 14 M PA.
William H. 11 M PA.
Hiram 9 M PA.
Mary E. 7 F PA.
Catharine 5 F PA
Susan 2 F PA
Martha A. 8/12 F PA

[NI143553] 1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 11 Jun 1860 203 BOWMAN Daniel 35 M Day Laborer 100 PA
Christianna 30 F PA
Isaah 1 M PA
Peter BOWMAN 78 M PA
Mary BOWMAN 76 F PA
Josiah H. Zimmerman

[NI143554] 1850 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 11 Oct 1850 by J. J. Schell
65 68 BOWMAN John N. 39 N Farmer 3000 PA
Mary 38 F PA
Susanna 16 F PA
Harry 14 M PA
Noah 11 M PA
Benjamin 10 M PA
Almira 8 F PA
Mary J. 6 F PA
Barbara 5 F PA
John 3 M PA
1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 12 Jun 1860 by Josiah H. Zimmerman
234 251 BOWMAN John 51 M Farmer 4000 1800 PA
Mary 48 F PA
Noah 23 F Day Laborer 100 PA
Elmirah 19 F PA
Eliza 18 F PA
Mary J. 15 F PA.
Barbra 13 F PA.
John 12 M PA

[NI143556] 1870 Federal Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA 17 Aug 1870 by Christian Streng, p.4
22 23 25 Baltzer Charles 33 M W Merchant 3,000 12,000 PA
23 23 25 Baltzer Eliza 28 F W Keeping House PA
24 23 25 Baltzer Horace * 9 M W PA Middle initial could be a B or W.
25 23 25 Baltzer Adwater 7 M W
26 23 25 Baltzer Ge*ema M. 5 F W PA
27 23 25 Baltzer Minnie M. 2 F W PA
28 23 25 Spangler Alexander 19 M W Clerk in store PA
29 23 25 Sechler Catharine 14 F W Domestic servant PA

[NI143557] 1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 11 Jun 1860
185 202 BOWMAN William 28 M Farmer 4000 1280 PA
James W. 4 M PA.
Susan LOHRE 48 F PA
John LOHRE 16 M Day Laborer PA

[NI143558] 1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 11 Jun 1860 by Josiah H. Zimmerman
189 207 BOWMAN Peter 36 M Farmer 1800 780 PA
Elizabeth 27 F PA
Frank 5 M PA
Mary E. 3 F PA
George W. 2 M PA
Ellen 2/12 F PA

[NI143568] 1870 Federal Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 20 August 1870 by Christian Streng
23 97 101 Brant Martin 41 M W Carpenter 2,000 PA
24 97 101 Brant Nancy 40 F W Keeping house PA
25 97 101 Brant Charles 12 M W PA
26 97 101 Brant Sarah 14 F W PA
27 97 101 Brant Mary 10 F W PA
28 97 101 Brant William P. 5 M W PA Middle initial could be an L.

[NI143575] 1850 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 4 Oct J J Schell
36 288 299 Specht Frederick 28 M Weaver Germany
Specht Susan 23 F PA

[NI143576] They 1st settled where Wellersburg is now located & afterward moving to Millersburg, OH, where they raised a large family.

[NI143579] Peter owned the farm where his father first pitched his tent under a white oak tree.

[NI143593] Levi J., who owns abt 700 acs, is living on homestead. On his farm there are several veins of coal, one of which is 11 ft in thickness.[Source: History of Bedford, Somerset, & Fulton Cos1884. Waterman, Watkins & Co. p. 516.]

[NI143600] Civil War, was enlisted 11/13/1861; discharged 9/22/1863.1; Soldier Grave Registration Film US 18277912; He never married.

[NI143609] 1850 Federal Census Napier Twp., Bedford Co., PA Taken Aug 20, 1850 by Thos Hughes
15 315 322 Horn Echart 69 M Farmer 2,000 Va 2 2 written in school
16 315 322 Horn Margaret 50 F Pa
17 315 322 Horn Daniel 22 M Farmer Pa
18 315 322 Horn John 27 M Farmer Pa
19 315 322 Horn Margaret 16 F Pa
20 315 322 Horn Hester 15 F Pa
21 315 322 Horn Joseph L. 7 M Pa

[NI143615] 1800-1902 Nathaniel WEST & his New Jersey-born wife lived in Farmington, Warren Co., PA where they had a daug. This daug, Mary Jane WEST was b Farmington Dec 28 1832. As a young girl, she visited Somerset Co, PA. Later in her life, she m Victor TANNEHILL & returned to Somerset Co., PA where she lived with her husb on a farm on a hillside above Drakestown near Confluence in Lower Turkeyfoot Twp. Her husb Victor was s/o Zachariah TANNEHILL of Drakestown & Mary Ann Lanning of NJ. Mary Jane WEST & Victor TANNEHILL had 4 chldn: William TANNEHILL, born July 1852; Nathaniel TANNEHILL, born November 1853; Melvina TANNEHILL, born 1855; and, Enos W. TANNEHILL, born October 1856. Mary Jane WEST died August 22, 1902, & is buried in Coss (Old Belfast) Cemetery, Belfast, Jackson Twp., Highland Co., OH. William TANNEHILL married Sara Jane ROBERTS (b. AUG 1864) on June 26, 1884 in Highland Co., OH. Nathaniel TANNEHILL married Mary B. OVERSTRAKE (b. APR 1859) on May 13, 1883 in Highland Co., OH. Melvina TANNEHILL married James W. TROUTE on May 13, 1876 in Highland Co., OH. Enos W. TANNEHILL married a woman named Alice who bore him two sons: Harley & Enos. Alice died about 1884 & a year later, married Mary Margaret 'Maggie" McMEEKIN (b. May 1854) on August 5, 1885, in Highland Co., OH. Maggie bore Enos four more children: Anna Mae "Mae" TANNEHILL, born May 1887; Vernon Louis TANNEHILL, born July 25, 1889; Ray TANNEHILL, born April 22, 1891; and, Nancy "Nannie" TANNEHILL, born May 12, 1893. Victor TANNEHILL died May 25, 1916, & is buried next to his wife.

[NI143623] 1850 Census Napier Twp., Bedford Co., PA Taken Aug 23, 1850 Thos Hughes
12 176 179 Mowry Andrew 70 M Farmer 2,200 Pa
Mowry John R. 40 M Farmer Pa
Mowry Elizabth 35 F Pa
Mowry Josiah 12 M Pa
Mowry Nathaniel 10 M Pa
Mowry Zachariah 7 M Pa
Mowry Isaiah 5 M Pa

[NI143633] 1850 Census Napier Twp., Bedford Co., PA Aug 25, 1850 Thos Hughes
19 237 242 Rowser Philip F. 50 M Farmer Pa
Rowser Mary 42 F Pa
Rowser Margaret 19 F Pa

[NI143638] 1850 Census Napier Twp., Bedford Co., PA Aug 25, 1850 by Thos Hughes
27 239 244 Rowser John 52 M Farmer 1,200 Pa 1
Rowser Mary 50 F Pa
Rowser Rachel 22 F Pa
Rowser John 14 M Pa
Rowser Peter 24 M Farmer Pa

[NI143643] 1850 Federal Census Napier Twp., Bedford Co., PA Taken Aug 25, 1850 by Thos Hughes
32 240 245 Rowser Joseph 30 M Farmer Pa
33 240 245 Rowser Mary 27 F Pa
34 240 245 Rowser Philip 6 M Pa
35 240 245 Rowser Andrew 4 M Pa
36 240 245 Rowser Sarah A. 3 F Pa
37 240 245 Rowser Mary J. 1 F Pa

[NI143656] 1850 Census Napier Twp., Bedford Co., PA Aug 25 Thos Hughes
42 187 191 Otto John 25 M Farmer Pa
Otto Rebecca 26 F Pa
Otto Andrew J 2 M Pa
Otto John Henry 1/12 M Pa

[NI143658] 1850 Federal Census Napier Twp., Bedford Co., PA Taken Aug 28, 1850 by Thos Hughes
19 268 273 Otto Jacob 48 M Farmer 200 Md
20 268 273 Otto Mary 18 F Pa
21 268 273 Otto Jacob 16 M Farmer Pa
22 268 273 Otto Daniel 13 M Pa
23 268 273 Otto Alexander 8 M Pa

[NI143663] 1850 Federal Census Napier Twp., Bedford Co., PA Taken Aug 28, 1850 by Thos Hughes
24 269 274 Otto Herbert 34 M Farmer 500 Pa
25 269 274 Otto Sophia 24 F Md
26 269 274 Otto Mary A. 3 F Pa
27 269 274 Otto Jeremiah 1 M Pa
28 269 274 Slulke William 20 M Laborer Md

[NI143667] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Jeremiah Otto Age: 60 State: PA Color: W Dist: 0026 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0034 Co.: Bedford Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Ella 56, PA
Dau Ruth 38, PA

[NI143678] 1850 Census Napier Twp., Bedford Co., PA Aug 29, Thos Hughes
21 276 281 McCreary Stephen 29 M Laborer 140 Pa
McCreary Sarah 22 F Pa
McCreary Mary A. 3 F Pa
McCreary Jacob A. 2 M Pa

[NI143689] 1850 Federal Census Napier Twp., Bedford Co., PA Taken Aug 30, 1850 by Thos Hughes
25 301 308 Hite Adam 37 M . Plasterer . Pa . 2 . . 2 written in school
26 301 308 Hite Juliann 32 F . . . Pa . . . . .
27 301 308 Hite Jacob 11 M . . . Pa . . . . .
28 301 308 Hite Mary E. 9 F . . . Pa . . . . .
29 301 308 Hite Lavini 6 F . . . Pa . . . . .
30 301 308 Hite Amanda 3 F . . . Pa . . . . .
31 301 308 Hite David 1 M . . . Pa . . . . .

[NI143718] 1850 Federal Census Napier Twp, Bedford Co, PA Taken Sept 4, 1850 by Thos Hughes
34 388 395 Wertz Emanuel 22 MCarpenter 400 Pa
35 388 395 Wertz Henryetta 24 FPa
36 388 395 Wertz Enos 20 MCarpenterPa

[NI143732] 1850 Census of White Twp, Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 20 Jul by Henry Cook
8 9 9 Gates Caleb 66 M Farmer 1,500 Germany
9 9 9 Gates Elizabeth 66 F Pa
10 9 9 Gates Joel 30 M Laborer Pa
11 9 9 Gates William 21 M Laborer Pa
12 9 9 Shimmell Julia 25 F Pa
13 9 9 Gates Jeramiah 11 M Pa

[NI143735] Last Will & Testament of John Troxel, late of White Twp, Cambria Co., deceased. Filed & Submitted to Probate Jul 2 1849 Registered in Will Bk pg 3440 on 2 Jul 1849 I, John Troxel, of White Twp, Cambria Co., state of PA do make & publish this my last will & testament, hereby evoking & making void, all former wills by me at anytime heretofore made. 1st, I direct that my body be decently interred & that my funeral be conducted in a manner corresponding with my situation in life, & that all my funeral expenses & all my debts be pd out of my personal property by my wife Mary. I further direct that my 2 sons Perry & Lafayette by possefsed (possessed)of my land, the place on which I now reside on the following conditions: 1st that they give my wife annually, 2/3 of all the produce that they the said Perry & Lafayette shall raise or cause to be raised on said land during the lifetime of my said wife, together with 2 or more shoatz, or hogs, annually every spring for her own use & also the house that I & my wife now occupy, to be occupied by her exclusively during her lifetime together with a garden, or such part of a garden as she shall at any time need, also my sorrel mare (called Fox) if living, together with my horsegears, bridle, etc. I direct shall be owned & held in posession by my wife, together with all the cattle belonging to me at the time of my decease, I direct also that she, my said wife, shall have the use of 2 stables or apartments under the barn, for the mare, cattle, etc. during her lifetime. 2nd: 2 yrs after the decease of my said wife, my said sons, Perry & Lafayette shall pay or cause to be pd unto my other chldn, the sum of $610, as their share of my real estate bequeathed unto them, the same to be pd in 16 annual pymts in manner following. The 1st pymt, $46, shall be pd to my daug Elizabeth, 2 yrs after the decease of my wife Mary. The 2nd pymt $46 shall be pd to my son Abraham J. 1 yr after the 1st pymt shall have become due. The 3rd annual pymt shall be $25 to be pd to my daug Catharine. The 4th annual pymt shall be $25 to be pd to my son John. The 5th annual pymt shall be $46 to be pd to my son George. The 6th annual pymt shall be $46 to be pd to my daug Mary. The 7th annual pymt shall be $46 to be pd to my daug. Hannah. The 8th annual pymt shall be $25 to be pd to my daug. Margaret. The 9th annual pymt shall be $25 & also to my said daug. Margaret to be pd. The 10th annual pymt shall be $46 to be pd to my daug. Hannah. The 11th annual pymt shall be $46 to be made to my daug. Mary. The 12th annual pymt shall be made to my son George $46.00. The 13th annual pymt shall be $25 to be pd to my son John. The 14th annual pymt shall be $25.00 to be pd to my daug. Catharine. The 15th annual pymt shall be made to my son Abraham J. $46.00. The 16th annual pymt shall be $46 to be pd to my daug. Elizabeth. From the time in which the 1st pymt becomes due, according to my directions herein, above specified, I direct that each & every pymt be made in the order above described, & to the persons above named, without defalcation. That just 1 yr shall intervene between each & every pymt, made by said Perry & Lafayette. 3rd. I further direct & require, that the sum due to me from my son, Abraham J. Troxel, for 50 acs of land sold to him by me in the yr 1828, be pd by him, the said Abraham J. to my wife Mary, as soon as he can pay the sum conviently for her exclusive use & benefit. The said tract of land is the same on which my son Abraham now resides. It was sold by me to him at $2 per ac, or for $150 of which he has already pd to me, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged. These conditions fulfilled, the said Abraham shall be owner of the same. 4th All the conditions herein required of my 2 sons Perry & Lafayette, being fulfilled by them, they shall be the owners of the remaining 100 acs on which I now reside, 50 acs of which, on the south side, & on which the barn & other principal bldgs are erected, to be owned by said Perry, the remaining 50 acs being on the north side of the same, to be owned by my son Lafayette. Provided nevertheless that should the said Perry & Lafayette refuse to comply with the above named conditions, & none of my other sons be willing to enter into the same, I would then direct that my said land should be sold at public Auction, & that the proceeds of the sale of the same should be distributed among my chldn as follows, to wit. Elizabeth, Abraham J., George, Mary & Hannah, shall receive $92 ea, or in proportion. & Catharine, John & Margaret shall receive each $50, or in that proportion, according to the proceeds of the said sale of said land. & the said Perry & Lafayette shall in that case receive each $92 or the proportion of the same. Should any lofs (loss) occur in consquence of a defect in the title of said land, I direct that ea of my chldn, shall bear an equal proportion of said lofs (loss): but the land shall in no case be sold until after the decease of my said wife. & I further direct that all my personal property of descriptions, whatsoever, after my funeral expenses, debts & liabilities shall have been pd out of said personal property (that the balance if any there be), shall acrue to my Mary & be her property exclusively, & all the grain that she shall receive as her thirds, or share of the crops raised on said land, shall be threshed out & divided to her by the bushel. & I further direct, that after the decease of my said wife, after her funeral & other expenses shall be defrayed, to the balance of said personal property then remaining shall be ? & equally distributed among all my chldn. I do hereby ordain & make my wife Mary Troxel & my 2 sons Perry Troxel & Lafayette Troxel executors to this my last will & testament. In witnefs (witness)thereof I, John Troxel, the Testator, have to this Will written on one sheet of paper, set my hand & seal 7 Mar 1849. John Troxel His mark Signed, sealed & delivered, in the presence of us. John Scott ?ram mathew William Kittel Register

[NI143740] 1850 Census White Twp, Cambria Co, PA 23 Jul, by Henry Cook
36 48 51 Glasgow John 33 M Farmer 1,000 Pa
37 48 51 Glasgow Sarah 28 F Pa
38 48 51 Glasgow Mary J. 7 F Pa X
39 48 51 Glasgow George 5 M Pa X
40 48 51 Glasgow Elizabeth 3 F Pa
41 48 51 Glasgow Eliza C, 6/12 F Pa

[NI143745] 1850 Census White Twp, Cambria Co, PA 20 Jul, by Henry Cook
5 30 31 Gates Nathan 37 M Laborer Pa
6 30 31 Gates Margaret 36 F Pa
7 30 31 Gates Sarah J. 12 F Pa
8 30 31 Gates Jeramiah 12 M Pa
9 30 31 Gates Joseph H. 9 M Pa
10 30 31 Gates Nathaniel F. 9 M Pa
11 30 31 Gates Isaiah 5 M Pa
12 30 31 Gates Lucinda E. 1 F Pa

[NI143852] 1850 Census of White Twp, Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 24 Jul by Henry Cook
9 44 47 Troxell Nancy 42 F 400 Pa
10 44 47 Troxell Joseph 21 M Farmer Pa
11 44 47 Troxell Edward 19 M Laborer Pa
12 44 47 Troxell Helen 17 F Pa
13 44 47 Troxell Mary 15 F Pa
14 44 47 Troxell Alexander 14 M Pa
15 44 47 Troxell Lina 11 F Pa
16 44 47 Troxell George 7 M Pa
17 44 47 Troxell Abraham 5 M Pa

[NI143864] Enlisted 1776, serv 7 mos as 1st Sgt of MD Flying Camp. At Ft Washington he was wounded in leg by British musket ball & taken prisoner. After 3 dys of imprisonment he was exchanged. In 1777 he re-enlisted for a period of 3 yrs & serv Valentine Creager's Co, Col. Joseph Wood's reg't, MD Continental Lines. At the close of revolution he was commissioned 2nd Lt. He was with Gen Washington when he crossed Delaware & fought in battles of Trenton & Brandywine. He applied for pension on Aug 31 1832, & his claim was allowed.

[NI143890] Never married

[NI143949] Mary was a dwarf

[NI143961] Never married

[NI144057] 1850 Federal Census Allegheny Twp., Somerset Co., PA
15 123 128 Smith Charles F. 27 M Farmer Germany
16 123 128 Smith Mary E. 22 F Germany
17 123 128 Smith Mary A. 2 F PA
18 123 128 Smith Louis 1 M PA
19 123 128 Lehman John 22 M Laborer PA
1870 Federal Census Alleghany Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 6 Jul 1870 by John H. Lepley
40 179 175 Smith Charles F 46 M W Farmer 4,000 1,000 Bavaria
1 179 175 Smith Mary 41 F W Keeping House Hesse Dormstadt Start of page 24
2 179 175 Smith Francis A 17 M W Works on Farm PA
3 179 175 Smith Joseph O 16 M W Works on Farm PA
4 179 175 Smith John P 14 M W Works on Farm PA
5 179 175 Smith Nathalia M. 12 F W PA
6 179 175 Smith Charles F 11 M W PA
7 179 175 Smith Alphinsus 4 M W PA
8 179 175 Smith Annie J 3 F W PA
1880 Federal Census Allegheny Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator H.L.Walker 5 Jun 1880
218B 12 75 77 Smith Chas.L. W M 56 Farmer Bavaria Bavaria Bavaria
218B 13 75 77 Smith Elisabeth W F 46 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
218B 14 75 77 Smith Chas.L. W M 17 Son Working on farm PA Bavaria HesseDamstadt
218B 15 75 77 Smith Alphonsus W M 13 Son Working on farm PA Bavaria HesseDamstadt
218B 16 75 77 Smith Annie J. W F 12 Daughter At home PA Bavaria HesseDamstadt
218B 17 75 77 Smith Virginia M. W F 10 Daughter At home PA Bavaria HesseDamstadt
218B 18 75 77 Smith Marcelus W M 7 Son PA Bavaria HesseDamstadt
218B 19 75 77 Baldwin Rosa W F 19 Step-daughter At home PA PA PA
218B 20 75 77 Baldwin Rolland W M 7 Step-son PA PA PA

[NI144062] 1880 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA O.W.Williamson Pg 26, 25 Jun 1880
442B 33 233 244 Signs Lorenzo D. W M 26 Laborer 3 Virginia Virginia Virginia
244 Signs Jane W F 23 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
244 Signs Blanch W F 1 Daughter PA Virginia PA
Null Daniel W M 36 Coal miner 2 PA PA PA
1900 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA 12 Jun 1900 by Willis L. Powell. Written Sht No. 6B
133B 75 98 103 Sine Lorenza Head W M Nov 1852 47 M 23 VA VA VA Minister O F F 79
Sine Sarah J. Wife W F Jan 1859 41 M 23 4 3 PA PA PA
Sine Flavins B. Son W M Sept 1880 19 S PA PA PA
Sine Naomia G. Daughter W F Feb 1890 10 S PA PA PA

[NI144063] 1850 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 15 Oct 1850 by J. J. Schell
121 126 BERKEY Jacob 55 M Farmer 3000 acres PA
Elisabeth 48 F PA can't read or write
Henry 12 M PA
Oliver 13 M PA
1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 8 Jun 1860 by Josiah H. Zimmerman
160 177 BERKEY Jacob 66 M Farmer 3500 900 PA
Elizabeth 60 F PA
Oliver 21 M Day Laborer PA.
Catharine SADORIS 82 F PA

[NI144065] 1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 8 Jun 1860 by Josiah H. Zimmerman
161 177 BERKEY William 36 M Farmer 12000 2100 PA
Caroline 32 F PA
Albert 13 M PA.
Harman 11 M PA.
Catharine E. 9 F PA.
Jeramiah 7 M PA.
Mary E. 6 F PA.
Jacob 4 M PA
Amanda 2 F PA
Eliza Jane 1/12 F PA
Rachel SELL 29 F Servant PA

[NI144078] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 11 Jul Pg 30 Christian Streng
19 202 204 Barron Isaac G. 35 M W Farmer 8,000 2,014 PA
Barron Rossanna 29 F W Keeping house PA
Barron Sarah A. 11 F W PA
Barron Geo. A. 10 M W PA
Barron Jacob J. 8 M W PA
Barron Elizabeth S. 7 F W PA
Barron Ann E. 4 F W PA
Barron Isaiah * 1/12 M W PA May

[NI144082] 1860 Census Berlin Boro, Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA 2 Aug. 1860 by Daniel Heffley
4 1390 1390 Rhiel George W. 28 M Turner 100 Pa
Rhiel Sarah 21 F Pa
Rhiel Mary 5 F Pa

[NI144089] 1860 Census Berlin Boro, Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA 2 Aug. 1860 by Daniel Heffley
11 1392 1392 Bender Abraham 66 M 75 Pa
Bender Sarah 60 F Pa
Bender Eliza 23 F Pa
Bender Philip 20 M Day Laborer Pa

[NI144103] 1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 29 Jul 1850 by John H. Smith
25 4 4 Peck John 35 M Farmer PA
26 4 4 Peck Elizabeth 32 F PA
27 4 4 Peck W'm 12 M PA
28 4 4 Peck Abra'm 10 M PA
29 4 4 Peck Jacob 6 M PA
30 4 4 Peck Sarah 3 F PA
31 4 4 Peck Lenah 1/12 F PA

[NI144110] 1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 29 Jul 1850 by John H. Smith
32 5 5 Peck Elias 36 M Farmer 1,200 PA
33 5 5 Peck Mary 36 F PA
34 5 5 Peck Anna 10 F PA
35 5 5 Peck George 8 M PA
36 5 5 Peck Ephraim 6 M PA
37 5 5 Peck Noah 6 M PA
38 5 5 Peck Catharine 6/12 F PA
CENSUS 1870 Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 11 August 1870 by Michael G. Smith
1 20 20 Peck Elias 55 M W Farmer 1,600 4,000 Penna
2 20 20 Peck Mary 50 F W House Keeper Penna
3 20 20 Peck George 28 M W Penna
4 20 20 Peck Sarah 29 F W PA.
5 20 20 Peck Ephraim 26 M W Penna
6 20 20 Peck Noah 22 M W Penna
7 20 20 Peck Catherine 20 F W Penna
8 20 20 Peck Urias 18 M W Penna
9 20 20 Peck Elizabeth 15 F W Penna
10 20 20 Peck Philicia 3 F W Penna
11 20 20 Peck Maggie 2 F W Penna
12 20 20 Peck Elias 3/12 M W Penna March

[NI144141] 1850 Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA 2 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
15 149 168 Harden Jesse 31 M Labourer Pa
Harden Julian 34 F Md
Harden John 6 M Pa
Harden Mary J. 4 F Pa
Harden Kembel 2 M Pa
Harden Thomas J. 3/12 M Pa

[NI144142] 1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 2 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
21 149 169 Harden W'm. Jr. 28 M Labourer Pa
22 149 169 Harden Hannah 25 F Md
23 149 169 Harden Louisa 5 F Md
24 149 169 Harden Delia 2 F Md
25 149 169 Harden John 2/12 M Pa

[NI144170] 1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 3 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
42 175 195 Hinebough George 46 M Farmer 300 Pa
1 175 195 Hinebough Elizabeth 36 F Penna Handwritten page # 394.
2 175 195 Hinebough Cynthia 18 F
3 175 195 Hinebough Jane 14 F
4 175 195 Hinebough Moses 12 M
5 175 195 Hinebough Susan 11 F
6 175 195 Hinebough Elizabeth 7 F
7 175 195 Hinebough Ross 4 M
8 175 195 Hinebough Sarah M. 3 F
9 175 195 Hinebough Catharine 2 F

[NI144179] 1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 5 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
22 210 232 Hinebough Sam'l. 49 M Farmer 3,000 Pa
23 210 232 Hinebough Rachel 47 F Penna
24 210 232 Hinebough Sarah 16 F Penna
25 210 232 Hinebough Nancy 14 F Penna
26 210 232 Hinebough Matthew 11 M Penna
27 210 232 Hinebough David 9 M Penna
28 210 232 Hinebough Mary A. 23 F Penna
29 210 232 Emos Simon 27 M Penna
30 210 232 Emos Jos. 20 M Penna
31 210 232 Nichlo John 21 M Penna
32 210 232 Nichlo Catharine 75 F Penna

[NI144181] 1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 3 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
12 177 197 Hinebough Jon'n. 43 M Farmer 3,000 Pa
13 177 197 Hinebough Hulda 43 F Pa
14 177 197 Hinebough C. Z. 22 M Farmer Pa
15 177 197 Hinebough H. A. F. 20 F
16 177 197 Hinebough Kesiah 18 F
17 177 197 Hinebough John 15 M
18 177 197 Hinebough Almira 14 F
19 177 197 Hinebough G. 10 M
20 177 197 Hinebough Alfred 8 M
21 177 197 Hinebough Hiram 5 M

[NI144191] 1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 3 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
22 178 198 Hinebough John 48 M Farming
23 178 198 Hinebough Jane 35 F
24 178 198 Hinebough W'm. 15 M
25 178 198 Hinebough T. 13 F
26 178 198 Hinebough Rufus 11 M
27 178 198 Hinebough H. 9 M
28 178 198 Hinebough Mary A. 7 F
29 178 198 Hinebough Kesiah 5 F
30 178 198 Hinebough Cabilla 2 F

[NI144200] 1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 5 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
35 191 212 Turney Andrew 39 M Farmer 1,200 Pa
36 191 212 Turney Mary 35 F Pa
37 191 212 Turney Elizabeth 18 F Pa
38 191 212 Turney Sarah A. 16 F Pa
39 191 212 Turney Lavina 14 F Pa
40 191 212 Turney Lucinda 12 F Pa
41 191 212 Turney Mary 10 F Pa
42 191 212 Turney E**** 8 M Pa
1 191 212 Turney Jonas 6 M Penna Handwritten page # 397.
2 191 212 Turney Catharine 4 F Penna
3 191 212 Turney Nancy 2 F Penna

[NI144218] 1850 Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA 5 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
24 215 237 Silbough Rob't. 44 M Pa
25 215 237 Silbough Frany E. 40 F Pa
26 215 237 Silbough Cindarilla 18 F Pa
27 215 237 Silbough Isaiah 16 M Pa
28 215 237 Silbough B. 14 F Pa
29 215 237 Silbough Belinda 12 F Pa
30 215 237 Silbough Jemima 10 F Pa
31 215 237 Silbough Jeremiah 5 M Pa
32 215 237 Silbough Amm 21 M Carpenter Pa

[NI144226] 1850 Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA 5 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
20 214 236 Silbough W'm. 39 M Farmer 200 Pa
21 214 236 Silbough Eliz. 23 F Pa
22 214 236 Silbough Jane 70 F Md
23 214 236 McClintock W'm. 9 M Pa

[NI144254] 1850 Federal Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 6 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
40 237 259 Parnell Bewell 59 M Farmer 600 Md
41 237 259 Parnell Jeremiah 29 M Md
42 237 259 Parnell Thomas P. 21 M Md
1 237 259 Parnell W'm. E. 22 M Labourer Pa Handwritten page # 404.
2 237 259 Parnell Lydia A. 16 F Pa
3 237 259 Snyder Martin 20 M Labourer Pa
4 237 259 Snyder Charlotte 24 F Pa
5 237 259 Snyder W'm. E. 1 M Pa

[NI144265] 1880 Census Allegheny Twp., Somerset Co., PA H.L.Walker 2 Jun
216A 21 33 34 McVicker Jesse W M 54 Farmer PA PA PA
McVicker Ellen W F 40 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
McVicker John W M 21 Son Laborer PA PA PA
McVicker Laura W F 15 Dau At home PA PA PA
McVicker Maggie W F 13 Dau At home PA PA PA
McVicker James W M 11 Son At home PA PA PA
McVicker Barbara W F 8 Dau PA PA PA
McVicker Samuel W M 6 Son PA PA PA
McVicker Calvin W M 3 Son PA PA PA
McVicker Elisabeth W F 1 Dau PA PA PA

[NI144267] John Robert McVicker, 86, an invalid for the past 6 yrs, d 1 am yesterday Jul 22 1945 at the home of his son & dau-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. Sam McVicker, 712 Orchard St. (Portage). His confinement was caused by a fractured leg which failed to heal properly. Mr. McVicker engaged in mining & lumbering in Bedford Co before locating here 34 yrs ago. He continued in that business at Portage until his retirement. He was b Bedford Co Apr 22 1859, s/o Jesse & Ellen (Robb) McVicker. He was m Sarah Ellen Beals, who d 1931. Surviving are 7 chdn: William, Sam, John, Clayton & Walter, Portage; Frank, Johnstown; & Laura, Cresson. A son, Harry, who was twin bro of Laura, was killed in Sonman mine explosion in 1940. Mr. McVicker was bro/o James McVicker & Mrs. Margaret Weyant, Bedford. He also leaves 27 gchdn & 28 ggchdn. 3 of his sons served WWI & 6 gsons in present global conflict. Friends received at home of his son, Sam McVicker, where serv will be at 2 pm Tue. Rev. William D. McVicker, West Pittston, PA gson of deceased will officiate. Bur Mt. Union Cem under direction of Beck Funeral Home.

[NI144277] 1880 Federal Census Salisbury Boro, Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator Harvey Hay 3 Jun 1880
7 6 285B 18 Gay Street 55 57 Tedrow Simon W M 40 Miner (coal) PA PA PA
7 6 285B 19 Gay Street 55 57 Tedrow Sarah M W F 36 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
7 6 285B 20 Gay Street 55 57 Tedrow Alice A W F 18 Daughter PA PA PA
7 6 285B 21 Gay Street 55 57 Tedrow Phillip E W M 16 Son Working in coal mine PA PA PA
7 6 285B 22 Gay Street 55 57 Tedrow Isabel E W F 12 Daughter PA PA PA
7 6 285B 23 Gay Street 55 57 Tedrow John H W M 11 Son At home PA PA PA
7 6 285B 24 Gay Street 55 57 Tedrow Savannah A W F 9 Daughter PA PA PA
7 6 285B 25 Gay Street 55 57 Tedrow Franklin W M 7 Son PA PA PA
7 6 285B 26 Gay Street 55 57 Tedrow George W W M 5 Son PA PA PA
7 6 285B 27 Gay Street 55 57 Tedrow Charles E W M 4 Son PA PA PA
7 6 285B 28 Gay Street 55 57 Tedrow Harvey M W M 2 Son PA PA PA
7 6 285B 29 Gay Street 55 57 Tedrow Mary E C W F 1/12 May Daughter PA PA PA

[NI144317] 1850 Census , Jefferson Twp., Somerset Co., PA
39-115 Bowman Daniel 42 M Farmer PA
Elizabeth 33 F PA
Lydia 12 F PA
Harriet A. 10F PA
Ann F. 8 F PA
Lavinia E. 6 F PA
Helen C. 4 F PA
Martin L. 2 M PA
Catherine 72 F PA
Miller Eve 56 F PA
Dell Godfrey 21 M Laborer PA

[NI144319] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
259 193 CARFAST Benjamin 82 M Farmer PA
259 193 CARFAST Catharine 81 F PA
259 193 CARFAST Mary 50 F PA

[NI144345] George, b near Berlin, was a blacksmith; he settled in Stony Creek Twp in 1833, & followed his trade until his death. He m Mary Landis, & was father of 6 Chdn. [Source: History of Bedford, Somerset, & Fulton Cos1884. Waterman, Watkins & Co. p. 516.]

[NI144366] 1870 Census Alleghany Twp., Somerset Co., PA 27 Jun 1870 John H. Lepley
4 82 78 Saylor Susan 45 F W Keeping House PA
Saylor Andrew 12 M W Works on Farm PA
Saylor Peter 11 M W Works on Farm PA
Saylor Samuel 16 M W Works on Farm PA
1880 Federal Census Allegheny Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator H.L.Walker 9 Jun 1880
221A 48 129 131 Saylor Susan W F 56 Keeping house PA PA PA
Saylor Andrew W M 22 Son Laborer PA PA PA
Saylor Peter W M 19 Son Works on farm PA PA PA
Saylor Julia W F 17 Dau-in-law At home PA PA PA
Coughenour William W M 7 Grandson PA PA PA

[NI144377] 1870 Census Alleghany Twp., Somerset Co., PA 17 Jun 1870 John H. Lepley
28 40 38 Brant Abraham 40 M W Farmer 1,000 150 PA
Brant Polly 36 F W Keeping House PA
Brant Caroline 8 F W PA
Brant Franklin 5 M W PA
Brant Zachariah 3 M W PA
Brant Susan M. 1 F W PA
1880 Census Allegheny Twp., Somerset Co., PA H. L. Walker 11 Jun 1880
223B 13 165 167 Brant Wm.A. W M 40 Farmer PA PA PA
Brant Mary W F 46 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Brant Caroline W F 17 Daughter At home PA PA PA
Brant Emma B. W F 7 Daughter PA PA PA
Brant Simon W. W M 5 Son PA PA PA
Landis Ellen W F 2 Grand daughter PA PA PA

[NI144424] 1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA J. R. Boose Pg 5, 3 Jun 1880
3 6 231B 6 51 51 Hay Charles O W M 30 Farmer PA PA PA
Hay Ida B W F 19 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA

[NI144435] 1870 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA 23 Jun 1870 Jno. Hicks
38 31 32 Miller John A. 21 M W Farm Lab. 1,300 318 PA.
Miller Sarah 22 F W Keeping House PA
Miller Amanda 1 F W PA

[NI144457] 1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA J. R. Boose Pg 4, 3 Jun 1880
3 4 230B 33 37 37 Miller Samuel W M 29 Farmer PA PA PA
Miller Sarah W F 28 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Miller Katie W F 8 dau PA PA PA
Miller Jacob W M 6 Son PA PA PA
Miller Annie W F 4 dau PA PA PA
Miller Howard W M 2 Son PA PA PA

[NI144463] 1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA
3 18 238A 41 161 168 Brant Jacob W M 28 Farmer
3 18 238A 42 161 168 Brant Caroline W F 36 Wife Keeping house
3 18 238A 43 161 168 Brant Annie M W F 6 Dau
3 18 238A 44 161 168 Brant Charles E W M 2 Son

[NI144468] 1870 Fed Cens Brosvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA 23 Jun 1870 Jno. Hicks
28 57 61 Hanger Benj., J. 51 M W Farmer 3,000 812 PA.
29 57 61 Hauger Mary 49 F W Keeping House PA
30 57 61 Hauger John 18 M W Farm Lab PA
31 57 61 Hauger Lewis 16 M W Farm Lab PA
32 57 61 Hauger Francis 13 M W PA
1880 Federal Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA
3 19 237B 21 168 175 Hauger Benjamin W M 62 Farmer PAPAPA
3 19 237B 22 168 175 Hauger Mary W F 59 Wife Keeping house PAPAPA
3 19 237B 23 168 175 Hauger John W M 29 Son Laborer PAPAPA
3 19 237B 24 168 175 Hauger Francis W M 24 Son Laborer PAPAPA

[NI144491] 1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA J. R. Boose Pg 27, 17 Jun 1880
3 27 242A 39 251 268 Bowman Michael W M 27 Laborer PA PA PA
Bowman Clara W F 18 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Bowman William F W M 3/12 Mar. Son PA PA PA

[NI144495] 1870 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA 16 Jun 1870 Jno. Hicks
5 111 118 Bowman John 26 M W Farm Lab. 120 PA.
Bowman Julian 27 F W Keeping House PA
Bowman Virginia E. 03 F W PA
Bowman Samuel A. 02 M W PA
Bowman Michael S. 2/12 M W PA Apr. 70
1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA J. R. Boose Pg 26, 16 & 17 Jun 1880
3 26 241B 30 242 258 Bowman John W M 36 Laborer PA PA PA
Bowman Julian W F 37 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Bowman Samuel W M 12 Son PA PA PA
Bowman William H W M ** Son PA PA PA ** ink blot
Bowman Effie M W F 5 dau PA PA PA
Bowman Louisa A W F 10/12 July dau PA PA PA
Kimmel Abraham W M 45 Brother-in-law Weed cutter-shinglemaker PA PA PA

[NI144501] 1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA
3 25 241A 33 233 248 Walker Franklin W M 22 Farmer PAPAPA
Walker Carrie W F 20 Wife Keeping house PAPAPA
Walker Harvey W M 5/12 Dec. Son PAPAPA
Penrod Eliza W F 12 Servant Nurse PAPAPA

[NI144520] 1870 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA 21 Jun 1870 Jno. Hicks
11 163 167 Fritz William Jr. 20 M W Farm Lab. 100 PA
Fritz Minerva 19 F W Keeping House PA
1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA J. R. Boose Pg 26, 16 & 17 Jun 1880
3 26 241B 7 237 253 Fritz William H W M 30 Farmer PA PA PA
Fritz Minerva A W F 29 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Fritz Herman P W M 8 Son PA PA PA
Fritz Eva G W F 4 dau PA PA PA
Fritz Herbert W M 10/12 July Son PA PA PA
Bingour William W M 18 Servant Works on farm PA Hanover PA
Rhoads Susan W F 20 Servant Servant PA PA PA

[NI144546] 1870 Census Larimer Twp., Somerset Co., PA Aug 29, 1870 By Lewis G. Dom.
21 79 82 Penn William 25 M W Laborer on RR 80 250 MD
Penn Catherine 22 F W Keeping House PA
Penn Ida 04 F W PA
Dewees William 21 M W Clerk in Dry Goods Store PA
Humbird Wilson 19 M W Clerk in RR Contractor Of MD
Woodruff A.P. 50 M W Supt. on R Road PA
Murry William J. 25 M W Laborer on RR VA
1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA J. R. Boose Pg 15, 7 & 9 Jun 1880
3 15 236A 11 132 135 Penn William J W M 39 Laborer & Miner PA PA PA
Penn Catharine W F 35 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Penn Ida E W F 15 dau PA PA PA
Penn William H W M 5 Son PA PA PA

[NI144593] 1870 Federal Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 29 Jun 1870 Jno. Hicks
16 299 308 Weighley John E. 34 M W Farmer 10,000 1,971 PA.
17 299 308 Weighley Sarah 28 F W Keeping House PA
18 299 308 Weighley Elizabeth 06 F W PA
19 299 308 Weighley Sarah E. 05 F W PA
20 299 308 Weighley Milton L. 03 M W PA
21 299 308 Weighley William C. 02 M W PA
22 299 308 Weighley Emma S. 2/12 F W PA May 70

[NI144606] probably never saw the inside of a medical school; but he, like many of the other pioneer doctors, is credited with giving these early settlers the only medical aid that they could reach or afford. He taught Ann Maria the curative values of the herbs which they gathered about the countryside; The pennyroyal; the wintergreen; yarrow, used for curing minor ills & as a tonic; the dandelion used as a vegetable or wine, or the roots used for treating liver complaints; he taught her how to distill essence from the herbs from their roots & leaves; how to make peach brandy & apple-jack for medicinal purposes, from her husband she leaned a charm used to stop bleeding. She often said that she would leave that secret to some member of the family but it is thought that the secret d with her.

[NI144608] lived 1 day

[NI144609] lived a year & a half

[NI144611] lived 92 yrs.

[NI144613] walked out on her mother during her teen age

[NI144615] 1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA
3 1 229A 38 8 8 Stuck Henry W M 39 Farmer PA Germany Germany
Stuck Susan W F 38 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA

[NI144616] lived 1 day

[NI144621] lived a one year & a half

[NI144634] 1850 Census Jackson Twp., Cambria Co., PA 17 Oct 1850 Wm. L. Shyrock
6 28 28 Bralier Emaniel 56 M W Farmer 3000 Pa
Mary 48 F W Pa
Samuel 26 M W Labourer Pa
Susanah 17 F W Pa
Hanah 21 F W Pa
Daniel 20 M W Labourer Pa
Jacob 16 M W Labourer Pa
Mary 13 F W Pa
Emaniel 9 M W Pa
Levi 6 M W Pa
Ellen 3 F W Pa
1860 Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA Jun 1 - 8, 1860 James Murray
35 27 27 Brallier Emanual 65 M W Farmer 3000 600 Penna
Mary 56 F W Penna
Hannah 30 F W Penna
Emanuel 19 M W Labourer Penna
Levi R. 16 M W Labourer Penna
Ellen 13 F W Penna
1870 Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA Thomas Saris
34 61 61 Brallier Emanuel 75 M W Farmer 7000 300 Pa
Mary 66 F W Keeping house Pe
Hannah 41 F W No occupatio Pa
Ellen 23 F W No occupatio Pa
Strum Sylvester 12 M W At home Pa
1880 Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA George A. Wilson
42 34 34 Brallier Emanuel W M X Farmer PAPAPA
Mary W F 76 Wife Keeping house PAPAPA
Obit: Emanuel Brallier, was a shoemaker by trade & a farmer by occup., & came to Belsano, this Co., where he d. Dec 1882, age 88 yrs. He was a memb. of German Bapt. Ch.

[NI144646] 1860 Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA Jun 1-8,1860 James Murray
19 25 25 Gilland Robert 46 M W Farmer 1500 640 Ireland
Gilland Catherine 28 F W PA
Gilland Clara 7 F W PA
Gilland Frances 3 F W PA
Gilland Margery 2 F W PA
Gilland John 4m M W PA
Macon Susan 14 F W PA
Green John 10 M W PA


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