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[NI144649] From Biographical & Porttrait Cyclopedia of Cambria Co., PA 1896: DANIEL W. LUKE, a coal operator, South Fork, this co, s/o John & Charlotte (George) Luke, & b Mar 23 1841, Blacklick Twp, this Co. He was edu in common & select schools & at age 18 began teaching & followed it 2 yrs. He left the school room & took up arms in defense of the honor of the country. He enlisted as a pvt, but was promoted to a 1st Sgt. He took part in following battles: Great Falls, Jul 7 1861; Falmouth, Apr 18 1862; Mechanicsville, Jun 26; Chickahominy, Jun 27, Cold Harbor, on same day; Culpepper, Jul 12; Glendale, Jun 30; Nelson farm, Frazier farm & Turkey Bend, on same date; Gumtown or Gainesville, Aug 28-29 1862; Bull Run, Aug 30; White Oak Swamp, Jun 30 1862; Malvern Hill, Jul 1; Williamsburg, Jul 11 1862; Gettysburg, Jul 1 1863; Manassas & Chester Gaps, Jul 21-23 1863; Rappahannock Sta, Brandy Sta & Kitty Ford, Aug 1 to 3 1863; Bristoe Sta, Oct 14 1863; Beverly Ford & Bradley's Sta, Jan 9 1863; Warrenton Junction, May 3 1863: Rappahannock Sta, Sep 4-19 & Oct 10 1863; Mine run, Nov 26 & 28 1863, & the Wilderness, May 5 1864. He was captured at battle of Wilderness on May 5, & taken to Andersonville prison, where he was held 4 mos & was then taken to Florence, SC, where he was held 3 mos longer before being exchanged. While in prison at the latter pl, he with 9 others under a guard of 10 men were sent out to gather wood; watching his opportunity, Mr. Luke made a break for freedom, the guard fired at him, but missed, & he made his way into a swamp. Here he carefully concealed himself until night when he tried to make good his escape. He had not proceeded far until he heard the tonguing of blood hounds; but upon their coming up to him he discovered they were not of the ferocious kind, & he easily quieted them, & following their guide some distance came upon a corn field. The owner, not knowing of their presence, fired a gun, & the dogs fled. He then proceeded & coming to a swollen stream, the Great Pedee river, improvised a raft of rails with which he tried to cross it, but in mid stream it parted, & he was forced to swim for the shore. Soon afterward, near Cheraw, NC, abt 60 mis from the prison, he was surprised & captured by 4 Confederates, who returned him to prison. After retiring from the serv he again taught school a few yrs, & in 1871, came to South Fork, where he began his career as a coal producer. He is at present super of Aurora Coal co, of which he was one of the organizers, a memb Mountain coal co, a memb & manager of South Fork Supply co, & owner of 1/3 int in another tract of coal land consisting of 700 acs in Adams Twp, pres of Roaring Springs Land & Mining co, Joplin, MO. This co with a cap'l stock of $100,000 was organized for purpose of developing lead & zinc mines of that section of MO. He is also a dir of South Fork Water co. Politically Mr. Luke is dem, & as he has always been kwn to be staunch friend of the cause of edu he has been kept, with exception of 1 term, continuously on board of school dirs of his district since organization in 1871, & is at the present time (1896) sec of the board. He has been postmaster at South Fork under both of Cleveland's admins. In Masonic circles Mr. Luke stands deservedly high, being memb of Summit Lodge, No 312, F & AM, Portage Chptr, RAM, Oriental Commandery, No 61, Knights Templar. Mr. Luke has been twice m; 1st Francis P., d/o William Davis, Clarion Co., PA, w/birth of 8 chdn: John Howard, merchant of South Fork; William Tell; Maggie Oliva & Katie Lenora, deceased; Daniel Wallace, Mary Florence, Josephine & Ralph Waldo, at home. Jun 26 1894, he m 2nd Catharine, d/o Joseph W. Wilson, Blair Co., 1 chd, Laban Lee, has blessed this union. Daniel W. Luke was b to inheritance of a noble character & a good name, which he has preserved through every trial & vicissitude of life. He is one of the representative business men of the State who have not only deserved success, but won it. As a soldier he shirked no duty, but fought well & gallantly battles of his country, & well won a reputation for bravery & courage that will shine with increasing lustre until the final roll call. Mr. Luke, since the age of 18 has been a consistent & earnest memb Meth Episc ch & worker in the cause of Christianity, & it is with happy satisfaction he realized the fact that his family are following in his footsteps. This to him is more to be desired than honor or great gain.

[NI144655] 1870 Census Larimer Twp., Somerset Co., PA Aug 29, 1870 By Lewis G. Dom.
25 43 43 Witt Cornelius 46 M W Makes Shingles by Hand 800 300 PA
Witt Elisabeth 40 F W Keeping House PA
Witt John 20 M W Teamster 200 PA
Witt Ida 12 F W At Home PA
Witt Alice 10 F W PA
Witt Emma 03 F W PA
Johnston Mary 69 F W At Home PA

[NI144667] pastor of Chadwich Meth ch, of IL

[NI144675] was a miner, landed in this country after a voyage of 64 days, on the "Good Intent", & went to MI where he became a boss in the copper mines, &, after discovering the great Chapin copper ore mine, settled at Iron Mtn, at which place he is now serving as justice of the peace.

[NI144676] upon coming to Amer, 1st settled at Ontonagon, on Lake Superior, in the extreme north of MI, but soon removed to SC, where he m & reared a family & was killed in a mine when he was 50 yrs of age.

[NI144690] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 2 Jul Pg 18 Christian Streng
38 127 130 Barrone George F. 30 M W Farmer 4,500 1,306 PA
Barrone Rossanna 25 F W Keeping house PA
Barrone William A. 5 M W PA
Barrone Charles J. 4 M W PA
Barrone Wesley A. 2 M W PA
Yinke August 12 M W Domestic Servant Hanover

[NI144708] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 15 Jul Pg 35 Christian Streng
28 267 269 Barron Jacob 24 M W Farmer 500 PA Feb.
Barron Nancy 20 F W Keeping house PA Feb.

[NI144710] 1850 Federal Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 23 Aug 1850 by J. J. Schell
24 145 153 Whipkey John 24 MCarpenter 300 PA .
25 145 153 Whipkey Mary A. 25 F.PA
26 145 153 Whipkey Henry A. 3 M.PA .
27 145 153 Whipkey Wesley 1 M.PA

[NI144714] 1850 Federal Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 23 Aug 1850 by J. J. Schell
33 139 147 Whipkey Abraham 36 MLaborerPA .
34 139 147 Whipkey Mary 39 F.PA
35 139 147 Whipkey Cyrus 5 M.PA
36 139 147 Whipkey Catharine 5 F.PA
37 139 147 Whipkey Isaac 3 M.PA .
38 139 147 Whipkey Lydia 1 F.PA

[NI144720] 1850 Federal Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 23 Aug 1850 by J. J. Schell
17 144 152 Rhodes Joseph 32 MTanner 3,500 PA .
18 144 152 Rhodes Barbara 32 F.PA .
19 144 152 Ankeny Isaac 22 MTannerPA .
20 144 152 Lenhart Jacob 17 MLaborerPA .
21 144 152 Ankeny John 15 MLaborerPA
22 144 152 Osler Catharine 13 F.PA
23 144 152 Rhodes John 40 MLaborerPA

[NI144723] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 24 Aug 1850 J. J. Schell
41 147 155 Rhodes Samuel 40 MFarmer 2,500 PA
Rhodes Barbara 36 F.PA .
Rhodes Rosanna 17 F.PAHandwritten page # 64.
Rhodes Caroline 15 F.PA
Rhodes Jonathan 12 M.PA
Rhodes Barbara 9 F.PA
Rhodes Harriet 7 F.PA
Rhodes Mary A. 4 F.PA
Rhodes Alexander 2 M.PA
1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 30 Jul Christian Streng
37 474 469 Rhoads Samuel 59 M W Farmer 6,500 2,075 PA
Rhoads Mary 56 F W Keeping house PA
Rhoads Caroline 34 F W PA
Rhoads Alexander 22 M W PA
Rhoads Joseph 17 M W PA

[NI144743] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 30 Jul Christian Streng
36 458 9999 Swank Noah 35 M W Farmer 2,000 500 PA
Swank Sarah 24 F W Keeping house PA
Swank Jacob 3 M W PA
Swank Henry 1 M W PA
Swank Benjamin 2/12 M W PA Mar.
Swank Catharine 78 F W PA

[NI144744] JENNERSTOWN, Sep 24 1921 - Mrs. Catherine Rhoades, aged 83, widow/o Joseph Rhoades, d 7 pm last eve at the home of her daug., Mrs. Wesley Horner, of this place, with whom she resided. Her death was due to a complication of diseases. The deceased is survived by 2 chldn, Mrs. Horner, mentioned above, & Joseph Rhoades, Livermore, Indiana Co. Funeral servs at 2:30 pm tomorrow Beam Ref Ch., Rev. Mr. Minard, pastor. Bur in Ch Cem.. The body has been prepared for bur by Undertaker Bark Hoffman, of this place.
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Catherine Rhoades Age: 71 State: PA Color: W;W Enumeration District: 0142 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0020 Co.: Somerset Relation: Mother-in-law Other Residents: Head of Household Wesley C Horner

[NI144746] 1870 census Brothervalley Twp, Somerset Co, PA Jno. Hicks
4 67 71 Schrock Johnathon 29 M W Farm Lab 240 PA
Schrock Mary 26 F W Keeping House PA
Schrock Ellen M. 7 F W PA
Schrock Samuel N. 5 M W PA
Schrock JacobR. 3 M W PA
Schrock Austin 1 M W PA
1880 Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA J. R. Boose Pg 18, 9 & 10 Jun 1880
3 18 238A 8 156 162 Schrock Jonathan W M 38 Laborer 6
Schrock Polly W F 36 Wife Keeping house
Schrock Jacob W M 12 Son
Schrock Austin W M 10 Son
Schrock William W M 8 Son
Schrock Ida W F 6 dau
Schrock Innis W M 9 ** crossed out
Schrock Hulda W F 2 dau

[NI144748] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 26 Jul Christian Streng
35 393 390 Schrock Cyrus 25 M W Cattle Dealer 500 150 PA
Schrock Elizabeth 23 F W Keeping house PA
Schrock Edward 2 M W PA
Schrock Rolla 2/12 M W PA March

[NI144753] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 9 Jul Pg 27 Christian Streng
26 179 183 Frank Samuel 45 M W Laborer PA
Frank Lincoln 10 M W PA

[NI144754] 1850 Census W Providence Twp, Bedford Co, PA214/215
41/41 Susanna DUNKLE, 59, Pa.

[NI144755] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 11 Sep 1850 J. J. Schell
36 225 234 Frank Jacob 33 MFarmer 1,500 PA .
Frank Catharine 34 F.PA .
Frank Henry 9 M.PA
Frank Michael 8 M.PA
Frank Mary E. 6 F.PA
Frank Cyrus 5 M.PA
Frank Jacob C. 3 M.PA .
Frank Joseph W. 1 M W. PA

[NI144766] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 30 Sep 1850 by J. J. Schell
24 243 253 Seylor Samuel, Sr. 67 MFarmer 2,000 PA .
Seylor Mary 54 F.PA
Seylor William 42 MLaborerPA .
Seylor George 19 MLaborerPA
Seylor John 18 MLaborerPA

[NI144770] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 2 Jul Pg 16 Christian Streng
14 114 116 Saylor John 38 M W Laborer 100 PA
Saylor Sarah 28 F W Keeping house PA
Saylor Martha 11 F W PA
Saylor Mary M. 9 F W PA
Saylor Eleanora 7 F W PA
Saylor Edmond 6 M W PA
Saylor Catharine 4 F W PA
Saylor Maria 3 F W PA
Saylor Samuel 4/12 M W PA Jan

[NI144773] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 15 Jul Pg 35 Christian Streng
37 276 277 Stutzman Jonas 34 M W Farmer 1,000 410 PA
Stutzman Sarah 23 F W Keeping house PA

[NI144774] Elias was in the late war. enlisted in August, 1862, & was discharged in May, 1865; served in Co. C, 142d regt. Penn. Vols. He was taken prisoner at Gettysburg, & was confined at Belle Isle about three months. He is now farming near Shanksville.[Source: History of Bedford, Somerset, & Fulton Cos1884. Waterman, Watkins & Co. pp. 516-517.]
1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 14 Jul Pg 34 Christian Streng
12 230 231 Stutzman Elias 25 M W Laborer 200 PA
Stutzman Sarah 21 F W Keeping house PA
Stutzman Simon 15 M W PA

[NI144775] Henry was in the late war.[Source: History of Bedford, Somerset, & Fulton Cos1884. Waterman, Watkins & Co. pp. 516-517.]

[NI144785] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 9 Oct J. J. Schell
20 330 341 Husband David 33 MFarmer 2,500 PA .
Husband Sarah 27 F.PA .
Husband Alice 8 F.PA
Husband Johnston 6 M.PA
Husband Florian 3 M.PA .
Findley John 13 M.PA
1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 11 Jul Pg 29 Christian Streng
38 200 202 Husband David 52 M W Farmer 12,500 2,200 PA
Husband Sarah 48 F W Keeping house PA
Husband Florian 22 M W PA
Husband Emma 19 F W PA
Husband Cyntha 17 F W PA
Husband Mial*ina 15 F W PA
Husband Clara 11 F W PA
Husband Phoeba 9 F W PA
Husband Mary 7 F W PA

[NI144796] 1850 Federal Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 14 Oct 1850 by J. J. Schell
18 349 360 Metzler Jacob 33 MFarmer 1,500 PA .
19 349 360 Metzler Caroline 31 F.PA
20 349 360 Metzler Cyrus 9 M.PA
21 349 360 Metzler Mary 7 F.PA .
22 349 360 Metzler Daniel 4 M.PA .
23 349 360 Metzler Amanda 2 F.PA .
24 349 360 Metzler Benjamin F. 2/12 M.PA .
25 349 360 Sherbine Elisabeth 18 F.PA

[NI144804] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 14 Oct 1850 by J. J. Schell
2 354 365 Metzler John 45 MStone Mason 300 PA .
Metzler Rachel 42 F.PA
Metzler Jane 16 F.PA .
Metzler Mary A. 14 F.PA
Metzler Henry H. 13 M.PA
Metzler James 11 M.PA
Metzler Noah 9 M.PA
Metzler Sarah 8 F.PA
Metzler Nancy 6 F.PA

[NI144813] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 1 Aug Christian Streng
31 496 491 Ogline Eli 35 M W Farmer 3,000 1,250 PA
Ogline Sarah 34 F W Keeping house PA
Ogline Anna 13 F W PA
Ogline William 4 M W PA

[NI144820] 1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 9 Jun 1860 by Josiah H. Zimmerman
177 193 ZIMMERMAN Jacob 35 M Farmer 2000 500 PA
Elizabeth 25 F PA
John W. 6 M PA.
Mary M. 4 F PA
Nancy 3 F PA
Catharine 1 F PA
Jonathan GIGER 9 M PA

[NI144824] 1880 Federal Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator O.W.Williamson Pg 1, 3 Jun 1880
430A 1 1 1 Zimmerman N. W M 42 Farmer PA PA PA Page 1 dated 3 June 1880.
430A 2 1 1 Zimmerman Sarah W F 37 Wife Keeping house PA Germany Germany
430A 3 1 1 Zimmerman John G. W M 15 Son PA PA PA
430A 4 1 1 Zimmerman Henry K. W M 14 Son PA PA PA
430A 5 1 1 Zimmerman Maggie J. W F 12 Daughter PA PA PA
430A 6 1 1 Zimmerman Noah K. W M 10 Son PA PA PA
430A 7 1 1 Zimmerman Nathaniel W M 8 Son PA PA PA
430A 8 1 1 Zimmerman Jacob S. W M 6 Son PA PA PA
430A 9 1 1 Zimmerman Emma W F 3 Daughter PA PA PA
430A 10 1 1 Zimmerman George R. W M 1 Son PA PA PA
430A 11 1 1 Zimmerman Margaret W F 75 Mother PA PA PA

[NI144830] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 30 Jul Christian Streng
32 465 459 Knepper William 36 M W Laborer 200 PA
Knepper Sarah 24 F W Keeping house PA
Knepper Emma 14 F W PA
Knepper Martha S. 10 F W PA
Knepper Lydia C. 1 F W PA

[NI144876] MEYERSDALE REPUBLICAN Feb. 18, 1926 - MRS. PETER P. BREIG Mrs. Alice Breig, w/o Peter P. Breig, d early Mon morn, Feb 15, following an illness of several yrs, although she was only confined to her bed for 2 wks. d/o Mr. & Mrs. Simon Tedrow, & b Green Co., VA, Jan 9, 1862. devoted wife, a kind & loving mother & a good neighbor. 64 yrs old at the time of her death. survived by husb & sons & dau.s: Richard, Ambrose & Misses Sarah, Mary & Esther, all Meyersdale, & 5 gchldn. devout member of the Catholic Ch & her funeral was held this (Thur) morn at SS Philip & James Ch 9 am. Requiem high mass was said by her pastor, Very Rev. J.J. Brady. Bur. followed in the ch cem, under the direction of Undertaker Joe F. Reich. The hearse was mounted on sled runners & sleighs & sleds furnished the transport for the entire funeral cortege.

[NI144886] 1880 Federal Census Salisbury Boro, Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator Harvey Hay 3 Jun 1880
7 8 286B 8 Union St. 70 73 Beale Charles W M 27 Coal miner PA PA PA
7 8 286B 9 Union St. 70 73 Beale Amanda W F 27 Wife Keeping house Virginia Virginia Virginia
7 8 286B 10 Union St. 70 73 Beale James W W M 2 Son Virginia PA Virginia
7 8 286B 11 Union St. 70 73 Beale not christened W M 1/12 Apr. Son PA PA Virginia
7 8 286B 12 Union St. 70 73 Holan John W M 21 Boarder Coal miner Virginia Virginia Virginia
7 8 286B 13 Union St. 70 73 Wesfall David W M 23 Boarder Coal miner Virginia Virginia Virginia
7 8 286B 14 Union St. 70 73 Beale Jacob N W M 51 Father Coal miner PA PA PA

[NI144898] 1880 Federal Census Salisbury Boro, Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator Harvey Hay 4 Jun 1880
7 10 287B 20 Ord Street 84 89 Coleman John W M 28 Coal miner PA PA PA
7 10 287B 21 Ord Street 84 89 Coleman Isabel W F 23 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
7 10 287B 22 Ord Street 84 89 Coleman Elizabeth W F 7/12 Sep. Daughter PA PA PA

[NI144932] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA Abm. B. Bunn
21/21 Joseph BURKET, 27, Farmer, Pa.
Peggy BURKET, 25

[NI144934] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA Abm. B. Bunn
156/156 George HARTLE, 30, Farmer, Pa.
Catharn, 25, Pa.
Samule, 7
John, 5
Elisabeth, 9
Susan, 1

[NI145059] Thomas Oldham was husb of Barbara, d/o Joseph Mock & gd/o Peter Mock, Jr, Bedford Co [Dittig, Hinton, Houck].

[NI145107] From wife's obit, Possible Johnstown Trib, 1/27/1905 Mrs Mocks husb was killed at Alum Bank in the fall of 1864 by a squad of Confederate soldiers who had been sent there by gov't to preserve order on election day. Mr. Mock had been arrested on charge of causing a disturbance & as they were taking him to headquaters he made a dash for freedom. As he was running the squad fired & fatally wounded him.
Regarding 'Liberty Martyr', his marker says 'Sacred to the memory of Frederick C. Mock who came to his death Oct 11 1864 in 50th yr of his age at the hand of a band of Federal Soldiers who had arrested him without warrant or provocation. He sealed with his blood the right of citizen to personal liberty. In memory of his worth, friends of civil freedom have erected this stone

[NI145108] Ukwn newspaper, possibly Johnstown Trib, Bedford Gazette, Jan 27 1905 Bedford, Jan 27 1905 Mrs. Barbara Stambaugh Mock: Mrs. Barbara Mock, widow/o Frederick Mock d at home of her daug Mrs. William Myers, Hollidaysburg, Mon. She was abt 80 yrs old. Mrs. Mock was b Osterburg, & lived there until 1 yr ago, when she removed to Hollidaysburg. She is survived by 1 bro John Stambaugh, Osterburg, Bedford Co & following chldn: Mrs. Josiah Imler (Catherine) (1st husb William Claycomb), Osterburg; Mrs. James Over (Sarah), Duncansville; Mrs. William Myers (Mary Amanda), Hollidaysburg, & a m dau Rosanna (1st husb Joseph Kerby) whose address we were unable to obtain. The deceased was a faithful memb Ref Ch for many yrs. The funeral serv Ref Ch at Osterburg, Wed Rev. A.F. Nace officiating. Mrs Mocks husb was killed at Alum Bank in fall of 1864 by a squad of US soldiers who had been sent there by gov't to preserve order on election day. Mr. Mock had been arrested on charge of causing a disturbance & as they were taking him to headquarters he made a dash for freedom. As he was running the squad fired & fatally wounded him.

[NI145109] Ukwn newspaper, probably Bedford Gazette, c Oct 28 1935 Bedford; L.E. Claycomb, a well kwn farmer & merchant at Weyant, Bedford Co d at his home there Sun at 1 am following an illness of 1 yr attributed to a complication of ailments. He was s/o William & Catherine (Mock) Claycomb & was b Osterburg Oct 1 1863. He m Miss Della Corle, who survives with following chldn: Clair Claycomb, Teledo, OH, Willard, Lloydell, Mrs. Luther Allison (Lillie), Chelsea Claycomb & Mrs. Clarence Ickes (Laura) all Osterburg, & Daisy Claycomb at home. & bros & sis' Mrs. David F. Ake (Sarah), Mrs. Dempsey Duncan (Roseann), Mrs. Alexander Ickes (Ellie), all Osterburg, Calvin Claycomb, Helena, OH, Joseph Claycomb, Central City, & Thomas Claycomb, Imler, 21 gchdn. He was engaged in farming most of his life & for past 15 yrs conducted a store at Weyant. He was memb Imler Ref Ch. Funeral servs were at Osterburg Ref Ch Tue 10:30 am in charge of pastor Rev. J.W. Bechtel. Bur ch Cem at Osterburg. - UKNOWN 1st WIFE d 08 Dec 1892

[NI145130] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA Abm. B. Bunn
131/131 William BARKHIMER, 49, Farmer, Pa.
Hannah, 47, Pa.
Joseph, 18, school
Amos, 12, school
William, 9, school
Dorothy, 20
William HITE, 21, Farmer

[NI145135] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA
195/196 Jacob MOCK, 57, Farmer, Pa.
Barbara, 54, Pa.
Joseph, 14
Hannah, 11

[NI145149] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA Abm. B. Bunn
141/141 Joseph RIDDLE, 59, Farmer, $3300, Pa.
Dorothy, 56, Pa
Susan HITE, 14

[NI145170] 1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 22, 1860
432 37 2841 2876 Callahan Joseph 32 M farmer 350 300 PA
432 38 2841 2876 Callahan Christina 22 F PA
432 39 2841 2876 Callahan John 6 M PA
432 40 2841 2876 Callahan Philip 4 M PA
433 1 2841 2876 Callahan George 2/12 M PA
433 2 2841 2876 Graef Elizabeth 10 F PA

[NI145183] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA Abm. B. Bunn
126/126 George CARN, 51, Farmer, Pa.
Christina, 54, Pa.
John, 18
Julian, 10
Peggy STUFF, 23, school

[NI145187] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA Abm. B. Bunn
127/127 Christian CARN, 48, Farmer, $1800, Pa.
Betsy, 46, Pa.
John, 17, Farmer
George, 14
Danule, 6
William, 5
Peggy, 19
Hannah, 11
Elisabeth, 1/12

[NI145188] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index State: PA Dist: 0020 Visit: 0017 Co: Bedford
Layman Ickes Age: 29Color: W B Pl: PA
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents:
Wife Annie 26 PA
Son Joseph 06 WA
Daughter Idella 03 PA
Son John M NR PA

[NI145215] 1850 PA Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA Enumerator: Abm. B. Bunn
189/190 Conrad CLAYCOMB, 40, Farmer, Pa.
Hannah, 36, Pa.
William, 11, school
Amos, 8, school
Tobias, 5
David, 6/12
Mary Ann, 15, school
Leah, 13, school
Caty, 6, school
Sarah, 2

[NI145233] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA Abm. B. Bunn
112/112 Phillip FEATHER, 45, Shoemaker
Mary Ann, 50, cannot read & write
Tobias, 19, school
Michale, 18, school
Simon, 5
Sarah, 17, school
Catharn, 15, school

[NI145242] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA Abm. B. Bunn
87/87 Jacob CORLE, Jr., 44, Farmer, Pa.
Caty, 42, Pa.
Anthony, 8
John FEATHER, 22
Elisa FEATHER, 20
Jacob FEATHER, 1

[NI145243] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA Abm. B. Bunn
90/90 Francis CORLE, 25, Farmer, Pa.
Betsy, 23, Pa.
Mary Ann, 4
Catharn, 2

[NI145246] 1850 Census Union Twp, Bedford Co, PA 26 Oct - 2 Nov Abm. B. Bunn
93/93 John CORLE, 71, Weaver, $600, Pa.
Mary [or May], 65, cannot read & write

[NI145255] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA
210/211 Samuel MOCK, 50, Farmer, $600, Pa.
Barbara, 42, Pa.
Emanuel, 8
Samuel, 6
Caty, 12
Elisabeth, 4

[NI145259] 1850 Federal Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA
207/208 William A. MOCK, 22, Farmer, $200, Pa.
Catharn, 24, Pa.
Sarah J. 2
Danule CORLE, 17, Farmer, school

[NI145282] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA
215/216 Samule BOWSER, 26, Laborer, $100, Pa., cannot read & write
Ann, 26, Pa.
Alexander, 1/12

[NI145315] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA
216/217 Henry MOCK, 40, Farmer, $400, Pa.
Susan, 38, Pa.
Arminta LENORDS*, 14
Jacob LENORDS*, 5

[NI145365] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index State: PA Dist: 0018 Visit: 0070 Co: Bedford
Daniel G Mock Age: 45 Color: W Birth Place: PA Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents:
Wife Sarah C 35 PA
Son Parson 10 PA
Dau Ruth 07 PA
Dau Edna 06 PA
Dau Georgia 03 PA
Son Russell NR PA

[NI145377] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA
211/212 John MOCK, 44, Farmer, $600, Pa.
Ann, 35, Pa.
Andrew, 20, Farmer
George, 15, Farmer, school
William, 13, school
Aaron, 9, school
Hetty, 18, school
Rachel, 10, school
Lavina, 6
Maria, 3

[NI145384] PA 1910 Miracode Index
Joseph Mock 43 W PA Bedford Head of Household
Wife Annie M 40 PA
Son Dorsey 18 PA
Son Cleton 17 PA
Son Orville 14 PA
dau Mannie 12 PA
dau Leah 11 PA
dau Libbie 09 PA

[NI145385] GOSPEL HERALD - Vol XXV # 44 Jan 26 1933 pg 926,927. EASH, Annie (McDONALD) w/o Bro Jacob M Eash, b Lovely, Pa d her home Salix, Cambria Co, PA aged 63y. She was 1st m to Joseph A Mock, to which union were b 8 chdn, 4 of whom survive. Besides 4 chdn, she was also preceded in death by 4 bros & 1 sis. 1 bro & 1 sis survive. She m Jacob Eash Jan 14 1925 who also survives her. Following brief serv in home, body was taken to Mt Union Evan Ch, Lovely, of which she was a lifelong memb. Servs in charge of Evan pastor assisted by S G Shetler. Bur Mt Union Cem.

[NI145414] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Frank D Berkheimer Age: 59 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0011 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0182 County: Bedford Relation: Head of Household Other Residents: Wife Jeanetta 47, Pennsylvania
Daughter Effie 24, Pennsylvania
Son Charley 18, Pennsylvania
Daughter Zelda 10, Pennsylvania

[NI145417] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Bruce F Berkheimer Age: 25 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0011 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0165 County: Bedford Relation: Head of Household Other Residents: Wife Margaret R 19, Pennsylvania
Son Frederick A NR, Pennsylvania

[NI145456] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
J W Whitnack Age: 35 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0011 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0166 County: Bedford Relation: Head of Household Other Residents: Wife May B 36, Pennsylvania
Daughter Edith A 13, West Virginia
Daughter Mildred M 11, West Virginia
Daughter Laura G 08, Pennsylvania
Daughter Alda I 16, Pennsylvania
Son Walter A 06, Pennsylvania
Daughter Ruth R 02, Pennsylvania

[NI145619] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA
209/210 Andrew ALLISON, 48, Farmer, $600, Pa.
Elisabeth, 46, Pa.
Moses, 22, Farmer, school
Andrew, 20, Farmer, school
James, 2
Maria 19, school
Ann, 18, school
Elisabeth, 11, school
Susan, 9, school
Dolly, 7
Catharine, 5

[NI145643] 1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA
181/182 Pete MOCK, 23, Shoemaker, $100, Pa.
Margaret, 23, Pa.
John A., 2
Adam, 2/12

[NI145683] Samuel was drafted into serv Chambersburg, PA on Sep 21 1864 as Pvt Co. B. 91st Reg PA Inf. Mustered out of serv May 30 1865.
1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA
178/179 Samule MOCK, 23, Laborer, Pa., m within yr
Hannah, 21, Pa., m within yr

[NI145691] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
David Mock Age: 45 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0032 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0093 County: Bedford Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Ida 39, Pennsylvania
Daughter Stella 15, Pennsylvania
Son Samuel 09, Pennsylvania
Son Harry NR, Pennsylvania

[NI145704] MAUK, Emily May, 94, Redstone Presby Home, formerly of Connor Towers, d Oct 8 1987, at the home; b Sep 25 1893, Houtzdale, d/o late George & Harriet (CHURCH) BATES. Preceded in death by husb William; son John; bros Arthur & John; & sis' Harriet, Rose, Edith, Tillie, & Annie. Survived by 4 sons; William, Conemaugh; Charles m to Claire GUI, Johnstown; Ralph, m to Delores LONG, Tacoma, WA; & Thomas, East Lake, MO; & numerous gchdn, ggchdn & gggchdn. Retired from Housekeeping Dept of U.S. Nat'l Bank. Memb First UMC. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 pm Fri at Picking-Treece-Bennett Mortuary, Inc. serv at 10 am Sat, Rev. Robert G. Callihan, Bur Forest Lawn Cem

[NI145705] MAUK, Willaim H. Sr., "Mim", 82, New Oxford, PA, formerly of Conemaugh, d Jul 1 1996, New Oxford; b Jul 17 1913, Johnstown, s/o William B. & Emily (BATES) MAUK. Preceded in death by parents; wife, Margaret AYERS; daus, Karen & Bonnie; & bros, Ralph, John & Charles. Survived by these chdn: William Jr., m to Delores BRITTIAN, Ypsilanti, MI; Lawrence, Cocoa Beach, FL; Donald m to Patricia FURLONG, & Jeffrey, both Johnstown; K. Greg & m to Trina, Hancock, MD; & Cynthia, w/o William SVOBODA, with whom he resided; 11 gchdn & 4 ggchdn. Bro of Thomas MAUK, Las Vages, NV. Retired from Blooming Mill Dept, Johnstown Plant, Bethleham Steel Corp. Former memb Conemaugh Fire Co. Friends received 2-9 pm Fri at Baker-Harris Funeral Chapel, Conemaugh, serv at 10 am Sat, Rev. Raymond H. Beal. Bur Forest Lawn Mem'l Pk.

[NI145706] MAUK, Mrs. Margaret, 51, 232 Fifth St., Conemaugh, DOA Apr 30 1970, Lee Hosp.; b Oct 17 1918, Conemaugh, d/o William & Sadie (KANE) AYERS. Preceded by parents & 2 daus. Survived by husb William & children: William Jr., US Navy; Larry, m to Rita FRANKHOUSER, FL; & Don, Cindy, Jeffrey & Kim, all at home; 4 gchdn. Sis of John AYERS, Conemaugh; Mrs. Mary ULLERY, Conemaugh; & Mrs. Eleanora STEEPE, Franklin Boro. Memb UMC, Conemaugh, & Auxiliaries to Conemaugh Democratic Club & Conemaugh Independence Vol Fire Co. Friends received 8 pm Fri Carl E. Davis Funeral Home, Conemaugh, serv 11 am Mon, Rev. Elias Kessler. Bur Forest Lawn Cem.

[NI145751] 1850 Federal Census Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 12 Oct by Henry Cook
20 18 18 Riblet David 37 M Farmer 1,000 Pa
21 18 18 Riblet Julia A. 33 F Pa
22 18 18 Riblet William 17 M Laborer Pa
23 18 18 Riblet Catherine 15 F Pa
24 18 18 Riblet Jacob 14 M Pa
25 18 18 Riblet Rachel 10 F Pa
26 18 18 Riblet Elizabeth 12 F Pa
27 18 18 Riblet Emily 9 F Pa
28 18 18 Riblet Peter 5 M Pa
29 18 18 Riblet Harriet 2 F Pa
30 18 18 Riblet Caroline 2/12 F Pa

[NI145770] Johnstown Trib, Sat, Nov 22 1969. Kautz - Rachel I., 78, 940 Ash St. d Nov 20 1969, Mem Hosp. b Jul 14 1891, Johnstown, d/o John & Nancy ( Ribblett ) McLaughlin. Preceded in death by husb, Albert J., Jul 1958, & 2 chldn, William & Mildred. Survived by these chldn: Charles A., 473 Edward St.; James C., Conemaugh; Mrs. Margaret Edmiston, Rockville MD; Daniel W., 948 Tripoli St.; Joseph M., 314 Village St.; Mrs. Frieda Campanella, 621 Ash St.; Edward L. 336 Columbia St.; Eugene, 321 Russell Ave.; Mrs. Betty Galliker, 304 Phillip St.; & Mrs. Nellie McCreary, 940 Ash St.; 22 gchldn; 15 ggchldn. Family will receive friends 7 - 9 pm Sat & 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm Sun at Geisel Funeral Home, where funeral serv will be at 10:30 am Mon, Rev. Budd Smith. Bur. Grandview Cem. Cause of death-Acute myocardial Failure.

[NI145771] Albert J. Kautz was b Johnstown, Pa. 14 Jun 1890. He was bapt Zion Luth Ch., 613 Locast St., s/o August Kautz & Caroline nee' Rener on 31 Aug 1890 by Rev. Paul Glasow. He m Rachel McLaughlin 5 Aug 1908. He was an 18 yr old millhand. Rachel d/o Johnson & Nancy was 17. Albert's guardian was R. E. Lamberd. They were m by Hugo Enduraun, Pastor of Zion Luth Ch. In 1922 Albert was a driver with Geisel Moving & Storage Co. , living at 593 1/2 Bedford St. Albert & Rachel had 2 chldn who d; William & Mildred, both bur Sandyvale Cem.
Obit from Johnstown Trib. Kautz - Albert ( Red ), 68, 131 Arthur St, d 1:25 pm Jul 25 1958, Lee Hosp. b Johnstown, Jun 14 1890; s/o August & Caroline ( Rener ) Kautz. Survived by widow, Rachel McLaughlin & these chldn: Charles, 473 Edward St; James, Conemaugh; Mrs. Margaret Edmiston, 192 Westgate Dr; Daniel, 984 Tripoli St; Joseph, 314 Village St; Mrs. Frieda Campanella, 129 Arthur St; Edward, 336 Columbia St; Eugene, 321 Russell Ave; Mrs. Betty Gallagher, 304 Phillip St; & Mrs. Nellie McCreary, at home; also sis, Mrs. Bertha Edmiston, 204 1/2 Hickory St; 16 gchldn; 2 ggchldn. Retired employee of Johnstown Plant, Bethleham Steel Co, since Aug, 1955; worked 50 yrs. Memb Zion Luth Ch. Friends received after 7 pm, Sat Geisel Funeral Home where funeral serv 2 pm Mon Rev. Andrew Rehogen. Bur. Grandview Cem. Cause of death-Coronary occlusion.

[NI145775] J-town Trib-Demo, Sat 25 Aug 2001. McCreary, Nellie I, 82, York, PA d 22 Aug 2001, Barbara Egan Nrsg & Rehab Ctr, Shrewsbury, PA; b 11 Jun 1919, Johnstown d/o late Albert & Rachel (McLaughlin) Kautz. Retired cafeteria manager Westmont School Dist. She is survived by dau Judy D Loughran, Warsaw, IN; sis Betty Gallagher, Johnstown; & bro Edward, Camp Hill, PA. Funeral pvt. Baumeister, Orcutt & Small Mortuaries Inc, York in charge of arrangements.

[NI145777] Obit Johnstown Tib-Demo. Kautz - James C., 58, Conemaugh, d morn of Nov 18 1971, Mem Hosp.; b Nov 6 1913, Johnstown, s/o Albert & Rachel (McLaughlin) Kautz. Preceded in death by parents; bro, William; & sis, Mildred. Survived by widow, former Alice Stevens, & daug, Linda, w/o August A. Jeske Jr., Lorain, OH; 2 gdaugs. Bro of Charles, 467 Edward St.; Mrs. Margaret Edminston, Rockville, MD; Daniel, 948 Trpoli St.; Mrs Nellie McCreary, 940 Ash St.; Joseph M., 314 Village St.; Mrs Frieda Campanella, 621 Ash St.; Edward, 336 Columbia St.; Eugene, 321 Russell Ave.; & Mrs. Betty Gallagher, 304 Phillips St. Memb Vinco Breth Ch & Local 1419, Un Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners. Union memb for 25 yrs & pres for 17 yrs. Family will receive friends 7 - 9 pm Sat & 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm Sun Geisel Funeral Home, serv 10:30 am Mon, Rev. William Cole. Bur Forest Lawn Cem.

[NI145779] Obit Johnstown Trib-Demo. Kautz - Daniel W. " Bud ", 67, 984 Tripoli St., d Jan 25 1985, Lee Hosp., b Jun 22 1917, Johnstown, s/o Albert & Rachel (McLaughlin) Kautz. Preceded in death by parents; bros, William, Charles, James, Joseph & Eugene; & sis, Mildred. Survived by widow, Mary Kleman, & these chldn: Bernard, m to Marlene Shellhamer, Johnstown; Daniel J., m to Constance Carney, Odenton, MD; Patricia, w/o Stephen Siska, Gambrills, MD; & Alberta, w/o Roger Birkhimer, Johnstown; 11 gchldn; 1 ggchld. Bro of Edward, Johnstown; Margaret Edmiston, Rockville, MD; Nellie McCreary & Frieda Campanella, both York; & Betty Gallagher, Johnstown. Memb Beulah Un Meth Ch. Life memb Cover Hill Vol Fire Co, Daisytown Vol Fire Co & Cambria Co. vol firemen's assc. Retired after 40 yrs at axle plant, Johnstown Plant, Bethlehem, Steel Corp. Death ends marriage of 47 yrs. Friends received 7 - 9 pm Sat & 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm Sun Geisel-Kuhlman Funeral Home, Dale, serv 10:30 am Mon, Revs. Benton McKee & Ray Streets Sr. Entombment, Grandview Mausoleum. Cause of death-Cardiac arrest.

[NI145780] Obit Johnstown Trib-Demo. Kautz - Joseph M., 54, 314 Village St., d Sep 28 1975, Mem Hosp., b Feb 16 1921, Johnstown, s/o Albert & Rachel (McLaughlin) Kautz. Preceded in death by daug, Sandra Jean; sis Mildred; & bros William & James. Survived by widow, Mary Emma Sherman; son, Joseph, & daug, Christine, both at home; sis' - Mrs. Margaret Edmiston, Rockville, MD; Mrs. Nellie McCreary, rear 315 Tioga St.; Mrs. Frieda Campanella, 213 Golde St.; Mrs. Betty Gallagher, 304 Phillips St. & bros Charles, 473 Edward St.; Daniel, 984 Tripoli St.; Edward, 336 Columbia St.; & Eugene, 321 Russell Ave. Foreman in carpenter dept, Franklin car shop, Johnstown Plant, Bethlehem Steele Corp. Serv Army Air Corps, European Theater, during WWII. Memb Bethlehem Management Club. Family will receive friends 7 - 9 pm Mon & 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm Tue William J. Moskal Funeral Home, Ohio St. & Highland Ave, serv 2 pm Wed, Rev. Ralph H. Solida. Bur, Benshoff Hill Cem.

[NI145782] Obit Johnstown Tib-Demo. Kautz - Eugene E., 52, 321 Russell Ave, d May 20 1981, Mem Hosp., b Mar 12 1929, Cambria Co., s/o Albert & Rachel (McLaughlin) Kautz. Preceded in death by parents, & bros, Charles, James & Joseph. Survived by widow Elsie Keller, & daugs, Kelly Ann & Johnna Jean, both at home. Bro of Edward; Daniel; Nellie McCreary; Frieda, w/o Joseph Campanella; & Betty, w/o James Gallagher, all Johnstown; & Margaret, w/o Harry Edmiston, Rockville, MD. Memb Zion Luth Ch. Army vet of Korean War. Former employee of Swank Refractories. Friends received 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm Fri Geisel-Kuhlman Funeral Home, Dale, serv 11:30 am Sat, Rev. Warren Karshin. Bur Grandview Cem. Cause of death-Probable acute myocardial inf.

[NI145796] Kautz - Mrs. Alice, 61, Conemaugh, d Oct 21 1975, b Oct 17 1914, Johnstown, d/o Joseph & Margaret Stevens. Peceded in death parents; husb, James; bros, Frank & Raymond; & sis', Mrs. Blanche Steepe, Mrs. Charolle Hanson & Margaret. Survived by daug, Linda, w/o August A. Jeske Jr.; gdaugs, Lenka & Jamie; & bro, William, Johnstown. Memb auxiliary to Jackson Twp Vol Fire Co & Jackson Twp TOPS Club. Family will receive friends 7 pm Wed & 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm Thu John A. Baker Funeral Chapel, servs 11 am Fri, Rev. William Cole. Bur Forest Lawn Cem.

[NI145812] J-town Trib-Demo, Mon 23 Jul 2001 (Pic). Birkhimer, Alberta R (Kautz, 56, Richland d 20 Jul 2001, Mem'l Med Ctr; b 17 Jan 1945, Johnstown d/o Daniel W & Mary (Kleman) Kautz. Preceded by father. Survived by mother, Cover Hill; husb of 35y Roger D Sr; son Roger D Jrl Johnstown; & many nieces & nephews.
Sis of Bernard h/o Marlene (Shellhammer), Johnstown; Daniel h/o Constance Carney, Odenton, MD; & Patricia w/o Stephen Siska, Gambrills, MD. Former memb Beulah UMC. She attended Emmanuel Bapt Ch. 1962 grad Franklin HS. Worked in 1960s at Moxham Lumber Co, Shop & Save store in former Richland Mall for 11y & most currently retired from Cambria Co Public Assistance Office after 23y serv. Family receiving 2-4 & 7-9pm Mon Geisel Funeral Home, Dale. Funeral 1pm Tue Geisel-Devlin Mem'l Chapel, Rev David Streets. Entombment Richland Mausoleum.

[NI145815] Obit Johnstown Trib-Demo. Saintz - Kautz - Mary Emma, 64, Geistown, d Oct 3 1992, Mercy Med Ctr., b Apr 26 1928, Johnstown, d/o Clarence & Elda (Mitchell) Shearman. Preceded in death by 1st husb, Joseph M. Kautz; infant daug, Sandra Jean Kautz; bro Roy Shearman; sis' Elsie Shearman, Bessie Shearman & Sylvia Swick; & infant step-gson. Survived by husb, William P. Saintz; son Joseph M. Kautz, m Hazel Joseph, Oakland; daug, Christine Fay, w/o Randy Bloom, Vinco; step-daug, Linda Lee Hicks, Dunlo; 2 gchldn; 3 step-gchldn. Sis of Ernest Shearman, Rome, NY; Rodger Shearman, Geistown; Dorthy Kawchak, Belmont; & Cleta Rhodes, Elysburg. Longtime dialysis patient. Memb Christ Un Meth Ch, & Amer Legion Post 294. Friends received 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm Sun & Mon Moskal & Kennedy Colonial Funeral Home, Ohio St. & Highland Ave, serv 11 am Tue, Rev. Deborah Ackley-Killian, officiating. Bur Benshoff Hill Cem.

[NI145896] illigetimate daughter Lastknow residence in Jefferson Co., KY

[NI145985] 1850 Census Allegheny Twp., Cambria Co., PA 29 Aug by Henry Cook
13 69 70 TREXLER David 25 M farmer Pa
14 69 70 TREXLER Ann E. 25 F Pa
15 69 70 TREXLER Hiram A. 4/12 M Pa

[NI145986] Ebensburg Sky Nov 3 1831 pg 3, col 4 - Died. On Sun eve last, Mrs. Eliza Dodson, consort of Mr. Wm. Dodson of Allegheny Twp, in 29th yr of her age

[NI145999] funeral from St. Johns Cath Ch

[NI146004] Marriages & Deaths from the "Ebensburg Sky" 1831-1837: GOOD, Mary (Mrs), widow of Jacob, died Thursday last at the house of her son-in-law David SINGER of this vicinity, in her 84th year (Tuesday, 25 Jul 1837)

[NI146010] 1850 cenuss Stonycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
237 32 GROVE Tobias 21 M Farmer PA
GROVE Lavenia 23 F PA
1870 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA 4 Jul 1870 by Hiram J. Boytz. Pg 14
21 97 98 Grove Tobias 41 M W farmer 2,000 700 P
Grove Lavina 41 F W wife P
Grove Margarette 19 F W at home P
Grove Apalcoer 16 M W at home P First Name difficult to read
1880 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA O. W. Williamson Pg 8, 8 Jun 1880
433B 34 69 73 Grove Tobias W M 53 Farmer PA PA PA
Grove Lovena W F 53 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
4Rodger Wilmore W M 10 Grandson PA PA PA

[NI146011] 1900 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA 14 Jun 1900 by Willis L. Powell. Written Sht No. 7B
134B 100 122 127 Grove Lavina Head W F 1827 73 W 2 2 PA PA PA O F H
135A 1 122 127 Grove Paul Son W M Mar 1858 42 S PA PA PA Teamster

[NI146024] 1850 census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA
217-117 Giseler, Henry, Jr. 21 M Laborer Ger.
Barbara 21 F PA
Susan 3 F PA
Catharine 1 F PA
1870 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA 12 Jul 1870 by Hiram J. Boytz. Pg 32
25 236 237 Gisel Henry 44 M W farmer 800 500 Pa
Gisel Barbara 43 F W wife Pa
Gisel Susannah 23 F W at home Pa
Gisel Catharina 21 F W at home Pa
Gisel Josiah 18 M W at home Pa
Gisel Hiram 15 M W at home Pa
Gisel Mary 13 F W at home Pa
Gisel Henry 11 M W at home Pa
Gisel Elisabeth 9 F W at home Pa
Gisel Ellen 7 F W at home Pa

[NI146028] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 5 Nov by Henry Cook
3 45 46 COSTLOW John 26 M Farmer 2,500 PA
4 45 46 COSTLOW Mary A. 25 F PA
5 45 46 COSTLOW Rachel 24 F PA
6 45 46 COSTLOW David 21 M Laborer PA
7 45 46 COSTLOW Susanah 18 F PA
8 45 46 COSTLOW Harry 15 M PA

[NI146033] Johnstown Trib 7/22/1882 d at resid of her daug Mrs. Elizabeth Trefts, Bedford St, on 21st, Mrs. Hoffman, aged 85 yrs. Bur Levergood Burying Ground, 4th Ward, tomorrow.

[NI146036] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 5 Nov by Henry Cook
18 53 55 HUFFMAN Joseph 26 M Farmer PA REMARKS: aka HOFFMAN
19 53 55 HUFFMAN Eve 24 F PA X
20 53 55 HOFFMAN Amanda 4 F PA

[NI146039] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 5 Nov by Henry Cook
21 54 56 SNAVELY David 45 M Farmer 4,120 MD
22 54 56 SNAVELY Magdalene 43 F PA
23 54 56 SNAVELY Emanuel 18 M Laborer PA
24 54 56 SNAVELY Isaac 16 M Laborer PA
25 54 56 SNAVELY Mary A. 6 F PA
26 54 56 SNAVELY Amanda 4 F PA
27 54 56 KRING Magdalene 80 F 2,680 GERMANY
28 54 56 KRING Barbara 15 F PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 14, 1860
414 13 2707 2744 Snavely David 54 M farmer 2800 1000 MD
414 14 2707 2744 Snavely Mary M 52 F PA
414 15 2707 2744 Kri**baker Arabella 11 F PA

[NI146044] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 6 Nov by Henry Cook
32 81 87 GRESH Peter 45 M Weaver GERMANY
33 81 87 GRESH Eve 40 F GERMANY
34 81 87 GRESH Joseph 7 M PA
35 81 87 GRESH Weyand 6 M PA
36 81 87 GRESH John 5 M PA
37 81 87 GRESH Maria 3 F PA
38 81 87 GRESH Peter 1 M PA

[NI146057] 1860 Federal Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated by James Murray
2 21 22 Luke John 60 M W Labourer 100 Penna
3 21 22 Luke Charlotte B. 21 F W C.S. Teacher Penna
4 21 22 Luke Daniel W. 20 M W C.S. Teacher Penna
5 21 22 Luke Catherine J. 18 F W Penna
6 21 22 Luke Jacob 16 M W Labourer Penna X
7 21 22 Luke David 10 M W Penna

[NI146063] 1860 Federal Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated by James Murray
9 23 23 Luke James 27 M W Labourer 50 PA
10 23 23 Luke Sarah A. 26 F W PA
11 23 23 Luke Sophiana 2 F W PA
12 23 23 Luke Daniel W. 1m M W PA

[NI146069] DR. JOHN C. LUKE, a prominent & successful physician of South Fork, this Co., s/o John & Charlotte (George) Luke, & b Blacklick Twp, this Co. Dr. Luke was brought up on the farm & received his preparatory education in the public schools & attending school during the summer at the Western Reserve seminary of Farming in OH & Leroy academy at Leroy, OH. By teaching during the winter mos & attending school during the summer he obtained a good preparatory education. He entered the office of Dr. G. W. Smith, Hollidaysburg, as a student of medicine, entered the med dept of Univ of MI at Ann Harbor, in 1865, & spent 1 term; then after teaching 2 yrs, entered the med dept of Western Reserve univ, at Cleveland, OH, from which school he grad. in 1871, taking a special course in operative surgery & holds a diploma for the same. After completing his professional preparations he located in Summerhill, this Co., where he practiced 9 yrs & then removed to South Fork, his residence ever since. Dr. Luke is progressive, keeps well abreast of the med science of the age, & belongs to the Cambria Co. Med soc., of which organization he has been vice-pres. & was 1 of the committee appointed to revise the fee bill. In the Masonic Order, Dr. Luke stands high, being a 32o Scottish Rite Mason. Dr. Luke has not confined himself to his profession, but has taken an active part in the industrial development of his neighborhood. He was 1 of the organizers of the Euclid Coal co. in 1883, & was sec., treas & superintendent of these mines until 1891, & is a 1/3 owner of a large tract of coal land in Adams Twp.. Politically Dr. Luke is a republican, & was postmaster of South Fork under the administration of Benjamin Harrison from 1859 - 1893; school director for 12 yrs; councilman of the boro of South Fork, & has served as chairman of the Republican Co. committee of Cambria Co.. Nov 8 1860, he m Annie, d/o Watson Thomson, of Indiana Co., PA, & to this union b 5 chdn as follows: Arah, d in childhood; Charles E., in the employ of the PA RR co.; Annie & John T., deceased & Roscoe M., at home. From Biographical & Porttrait Cyclopedia of Cambria Co., PA 1896

[NI146135] PA 1910 Miracode Index
Stephen Hostetler 39 W PA Cambria Head of Household
Wife Emma J 34 PA
dau Elda 12 PA
Son Melvin 09 PA
dau Edna 03 PA
Father-in-law Hiram T Weaver 64 PA
Mother-in-law Louisa 59 PA

[NI146141] Gospel Herald Vol 70 # 4 Jan 25 1977 pg 86. Wingard, Emma d/o Abram & Elizabeth (Stalter) Hostetter b Richland Twp, Pa Jun 10 1891 d Windber Hosp Jan 3 1977 aged 85y. She m Ralph Wingard who survives. Also surviving are 3 daus Ruth Mrs Landis P Beckley, Wilma Mrs Robert Hostetler, & Shirley Mrs Paul Shumaker, 10 gchdn, 14 ggchdn, & 1 bro Waldo Hostetler. Preceded by 3 sons Arthur, Galen, & Marlin, & 4 bros Clyde, Newton, Abram, & Forrest. She was memb Weaver Menn Ch, funeral Jan 6 in charge of Harry Y Shetler & Harold E Thomas; bur Richland Cem.

[NI146158] 1850 Census of Allegheny Twp., Cambria Co., PA 26 Aug Henry Cook
32 6 6 BENDON Mary 72 F Pa
33 6 6 BENDON James 38 M farmer 600 Pa
34 6 6 BENDON William 45 M Pa
35 6 6 BENDON Elizabeth 47 F Pa
36 6 6 BENDON Henry 30 M laborer 100 Pa
37 6 6 NELSON Thomas 23 M carpenter 25 Pa

[NI146163] 1850 Census of Allegheny Twp., Cambria Co., PA 26 Aug Henry Cook
2 20 20 STEEL Abram 24 M collier Pa
STEEL Sarah A. 18 F Pa
STEEL Mary C. 1 F Pa


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