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[NI191313] Herald of Truth, Vol XXXIX No 12 Jun 15 1902 pg 190. KAUFFMAN, Merno S d 14 Mar 1902 of pneumonia, Menno, Pa aged 34y & 6m. He leaves wife & 2 sis' to mourn. Servs Locust Grove M H, by Samuel Yoder & A D Zook.

[NI191324] PA 1910 Miracode Index
Isreal T Yoder 55 W PA Mifflin Head of Household
Wife Barbra 55 PA
Son Thomas 19 PA
dau Sadie 16 PA
dau Cora 14 PA

[NI191327] Gospel Herald - Vol XVI No 5 May 3 1923 pg 95. Yoder, Sadie (Yoder) w/o Jesse J Yoder d Apr 1 at Lancaster Hosp. After lingering illness she was taken to Hosp where she underwent an operation. Her condition gradually worsened until she d. Her death came as a great shock to her many friends & to her immediate family. She leaves husb & 6 chdn. 2 chdn preceded her. She was 40y 6m 20 d. Funeral Locust Grove Ch, conducted by J B Zook, in English, & J D Yoder, in German.

[NI191335] Gospel Herald - Vol 70 No 20 May 17 1977 pg 413. Hostetler, Erma C d/o Noah & Emma (Kaufman) Hostetler b Somerset Co, Pa Nov 1 1915 d Johnstown, Pa Apr 16 1977 aged 61y. Surviving are 2 bros Charles R & Paul H Hostetler & 1 sis Cora Thomas. She was memb Carpenter Pk Menn Ch. Funeral John Henderson Funeral Home Apr 19, in charge Glenn Steiner & Robert Callihan; bur Blough Menn Cem.

[NI191369] Gospel Herald - Vol LIV # 14 Apr 4 1961 pgs 326, 327, 328. Beisel, Brent C infant s/o Leroy & Mary Jane (Fronzoli) b Mar 5 1961, Johnstown, PA d Mar 7 aged 2d. The parents & 1 bro Brian survive. Graveside servs Mar 8 Thomas cem, with J E Gingrich officiating.

[NI191372] Gospel Herald - Vol LVI # 33 Aug 20 1963 pg 735. Gindlesperger, Richard Carl s/o Slater Carl & Velma (Kaltenbaugh) Gindlesperger b HoIlsopple, PA Jun 9 1942 d Prince George Hosp, Washington, DC, as result of an accident Jul 7 1963 aged 21y 28d. He is survived by wife Joyce (Whitacre), his parents, 3 sis' Norma Ruth, Joann, & Gloria Jean, gparents Mrs Mary Kaltenbaugh & Mr & Mrs Cloyd Gindlesperger & his ggfather Mr. K L Kaufman. Memb Kaufman Ch. Funeral Blough Ch, Jul 11, in charge of Harry Y Shetler & Elvin Holsopple; bur Ch cem.

[NI191378] Herald of Truth, Vol XXXIII No 16 Aug 15 1896 pg 254, 255. HOWARD. At Roxbury, PA Sadie Howard w/o Stephen Howard & d/o Bro John & sis Annie Gindlesperger d May 11 1896 aged 21y 1m 27d. Bur Berkley grvyd. Funeral sermon by Albert Berkley of Dunkard Ch in English & Bish Jonas Blough in German. She leaves husb, an infant son, her father & 3 bros to mourn their loss. Her mother, 1 bro & 2 sis' preceded her within 7y. She was followed by her infant son John Henry Howard Jul 9 1896 aged 1y 6d. He d of cholera infantum. Preceded by: Lizzie Gindlesperger d Sep 17 1889 aged 18y 1m 21d, single; Henry Gindlesperger d Dec 30 1892 aged 35y 5m 18d. He left a wife & 3 chdn. Annie Gindlesperger, the mother, d Jan 31 1893 aged 58y 4m 12d. She left husb, 2 daus & 3 sons to mourn. Lucinda w/o Albert Fisher d Feb 18 1896 aged 28y 2m 6d. She left husb & 2 chdn to mourn. 2 of her chdn preceded her.

[NI191379] Herald of Truth Vol XXVII # 20 Oct 15 1890 pg 318, 319. Gindelsperger. On 17 Sep 1890 Roxbury, Cambria Co, PA of consumption Lizzie d/o John & Annie Gindelsperger aged 18y 1m 21d. She was confined to her bed over 3m. Bur l9th Thomas grvyd followed by many friends to whom she was near & dear. Funeral Jonas Blough & Samuel Gindelsperger.

[NI191389] The Gospel Herald - Vol XVII # 17 Jul 24 1924 pg 351. Mishler, Ralph s/o late Noah & Susan (Cable) Mishler b Feb 23 1883 d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, PA Jun 9 1924 aged 41y 3m 16d. 2 days before he d, he was riding in an auto with his neighbor, & while they were going down a steep grade, the driver lost control of car, which then ran into a telephone pole & upset. He was picked up in an unconscious condition & was at once taken to Hosp where he d w/out having regained consciousness. He is survived by widow, 1 son, 4 sis' & 3 bros. Funeral in home of his sis, Johnstown, PA by S G Shetler, bur Berkley cem.

[NI191392] The Gospel Witness - Vol 3 # 29 Oct 16 1907 pg 463, 464. GINDLESPERGER, Emma d/o Christian & Fannie Gindlesperger, Johnstown, PA b Sep 1 1907 d Sep 7 1807 aged 7d. Funeral Stahl Menn Ch Sep 8 by James Saylor. Bur Samuel Livingstone family grvyd.

[NI191400] Herald of Truth, Vol XXXIV No 3 Feb 1 1897 pg 45, 46. GINDLESPERGER. On 15 Jan 1897 Somerset Co, PA Katie Ellen d/o Bro Jacob & sis Sallie Gindlesperger aged 3m 29d. Bur 17th Thomas Menn M H, servs by Jonas Blough & L A Blough.

[NI191411] 1850 Census Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co, PA
158 164 MILLER Joseph 27 M Farmer
Leah 27 F
Mathias 6 M
Elisabeth 4 F
Gurtrude 2 F
THOMAS Jacob 25 M Laborer

[NI191425] Herald of Truth Vol XXXII # 12 Jun 15 1895 pg 190, 191. Gindelsperger. On 15 Apr 1895, Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co, PA very suddenly, Mary Ellen, only d/o Bro Josiah & sis Elizabeth Gindlesperger aged 1m 21d. This child d very suddenly in the morning when they left home to visit wife's parents the child was well, but when they arrived there, a distance of few mis, the child was a corpse. Bur 16th in Blough Menn grvyd. Funeral by Sam'l Gindlesperger & L A Blough.

[NI191426] Herald of Truth Vol XXV # 19 Oct 1 1888 pg 301. Gindelsperger. On 12 Sep in Conemaugh Twp, Somerset co, PA of diarrhea, Elizabeth d/o Christian & Catharine Gindelsperger aged 1y 11m 4d. Bur Thomas Meeting-house. Servs by Cyrus Hershberger & Samuel Gindelsperger.

[NI191427] Herald of Truth Vol XVIII # 3 Mar 1881 pg 51, 52, 53. Troyer. ­Jan 23, Barry Co, MI Magdalena w/o David Troyer aged 81y 11m 23d. b Somerset Co, PA her maiden name was Gindlesperger. Memb Amish Ch. She leaves husb & 5 chdn to mourn their loss.

[NI191430] Gospel Herald Vol XXXV # 48 Feb 25 1943 pg 1038-1039. Holsopple, William W s/o Joseph & Carine (Lehman) Holsopple b Indiana Co, Pa Dec 10 1863 d Feb 11 1943 aged 79y 2m 1d. He was 2nd in age of 11 chdn ­ 9 boys & 2 girls. Entire family except father, mother & 2 bros survive him. Memb COB. At age 22y he moved to Morgan Co, MO seeking company of his maternal uncle Peter Lehman & family. He m Priscilla Wenger Oct 16 1888. To this union were b 3 sons: Joseph A, John W, & Lewis A & 1 dau Mary J. He is survived by 2 sons, 1 dau, 4 gdaus & 2 gsons. His son John d 1920 & his companion in 1939. In 1889 he received his 1st call to ministry & later became a fully ordained elder in Prairie View congregation of COB. He was farmer & carpenter. Funeral, arranged by him some time before his decease, were at Mt Zion Menn Ch by J R Shank, asstd by Jas M Mohler of COB, Leeton, Mo. Bur adjoining cem.

[NI191431] Gospel Herald Vol 70 # 47 Dec 6 1977 pg 924. Holsopple, Lewis A s/o William W & Priscilla (Wenger) Holsopple b Versailles, MO Jun 16 1895 d at his home Versailles Oct 28 1977 aged 82y. On Dec 18 1923 he m Anna Schantz who d Jul 19 1942. Surviving are 1 son John, 1 dau Clara Holsopple, & 1 sis Mary Holsopple. Preceded by 1 son Walter & 2 bros Joseph & John. Memb Mt Zion Menn Ch, funeral Oct 30, in charge of Allen E. Zook; bur Mt. Zion cem.

[NI191442] GOSPEL HERALD Vol X # 41 Jan 10 1918 pgs 759, 760. THOMAS, Kate (Blough) b Mar 19 1840 d Holsopple, Pa Dec 16 1917 aged 77y 8m 27d. She m David Thomas Mar 4 1866. They had 2 sons & 1 dau who, with her husb, 2 bros, 8 gchdn, & 1 ggchd survive her. She was member Menn Ch abt 50y. Funeral on 18th at Thomas Ch by S G Shetler, James Saylor, & L A Blough. Bur cem near ch.

[NI191444] Herald of Truth Vol XXXIV # 8 Apr 15 1897 pg 124, 125. THOMAS. On 20 Mar 1897, Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co, Pa Amanda w/o Jacob M Thomas aged 43y 25d. Bur 22nd at Thomas Menn M H. Funeral by Pre Hutchinson of Luth ch (who had taken her into his ch during her last sickness & L A Blough. Survived by husb & lg family of chdn & many friends.

[NI191465] Gospel Herald Vol XXVI # 14 Jul 6 1933 pg 286, 287. Nusbaum, Charity d/o Henry & Martha (Thomas) Miller b Feb 11 1845 Waterford, IN. She m Dan Nusbaum in 1867. To this union was b 1 son Amos Nusbaum. In 1869 her husb was stricken with typhoid fever. Following her husb's death she lived with her parents until Jun 1873, when she m John Nusbaum, a halfbro to her 1st husb & deacon in Menn Ch. To this union were b 5 chdn: Emma, Daniel, Wiley, Frank, & Newton of whom 3 survive, & 2 sons preceded their mother. She was also mother to 7 stepchildren: Joseph, John, David, Levi, Martha, Hannah, & Mary of whom 4 survive, besides her son Amos. In 1900 she was again bereft of her husb. From this time until her death she made her home with her son Frank, Middlebury, IN. Surviving are her 35 gchdn, 60 ggchdn, & 4 gggchdn. She was last of a family of 4 to d. Her bro John J Miller, preceded her by 10d, at age 91y. She is also survived by a sis-in-law Lizzie w/o late John J Miller. Funeral Clinton Brick Ch of which she was memb. Services in charge of John Garber & O S Hostetler.

[NI191466] Jan 1 1901 Herald of Truth Vol XXXVIII # 1 pg 14, 15. Dea John Nusaum d Nov 28 1900 at his home 2 1/2 mis south & 3/4 mi east of Middlebury, Elkhart Co, IN where he lived since Apr 1873. When a boy he moved with his father from Ashland Co, OH to Richland Co, OH, his mother having d a short time before. While living in this co, he m Elizabeth Freed & autumn 1860 they moved with his father to IN 3 & 1/2 mi southeast of Middlebury. Here he lived abt 3y cleared abt 20 acs of small timbered land, built a barn which still stands. In spring 1864, he moved to LaGrange Co, IN on a farm of several acs where in addition to farming, he successfully operated for 12y or more a threshing machine in company with H C Prough. In summer 1869 his family passed through a siege of typhoid fever in which 7 were sick, 2 & 3 at a time & from which his wife never fully recovered. In Feb 1873 his wife after a long & patient d; a dau only 2ys old preceded her abt 3 wks. Thus left with 7 chdn he moved in Apr to Elkhart co on farm where he lived until he d. He built on this farm a house & a lg bank barn which stand to this day as monuments of his industry. Abt 20y ago he was ordained a deacon in the duties of which office he was very conscientious & faithful to the last. He leaves a widow who has been a model stepmother & a devoted wife. He also leaves 4 sons & 3 daus of 1st union & 1 dau & 3 sons of 2nd to mourn their loss. He lived to be nearly 68y.

[NI191467] Herald of Truth Vol VI # 5 May 1869 pg 79 & 80. On 2 Apr, Elkhart co, IN of Typhoid fever, Daniel Nusbaum, aged 20y 6m 23d. He leaves wife & 1 chd. Funeral by A Hoover & D Brenneman.

[NI191474] Herald of Truth Vol X # 3 Mar 1873 pg 61, 63. In Lagrange co, IN on 8 Feb of Consumption, Elizabeth w/o John NUSBAUM, Jr & d/o Pre Joseph Freed, OH aged 39y 7m 10d. She m on 25 Nov 1852, Richland co, OH & moved with her husb from there to IN in 1860. She was mother of 10 chdn, 3 of whom d before her. Funeral by J J Weaver, H A Miller & J F Funk.

[NI191483] Herald of Truth Vol X # 3 Mar 1873 pg 61, 63. Feb 6, d at his residence, Richland co, OH Pre JOSEPH FREED aged abt 65y. Bur Sun the 9th was lgly attended. On day previous to his death, he was in his usual health, with the exception of a severe cold; he was able, to do his usual amount of labor abt house, such as chopping wood & carrying it into house. He ate hearty supper, went to bed as usual after which his wife brought him a cup of tea, which he drank & upon lying down, she asked him whether he thought he could now sleep; to which he replied, "Oh yes." She then left him a short time, when upon retiring she thought he was resting so well that she would not disturb him, & so she went quietly to bed & fell asleep. In the morning she again arose quietly so as not to awake him, for she thought he was still resting well. She went to the kitchen & when breakfast was ready she returned to his room to call him, when she noticed one of his feet uncovered, & upon touching it she exclaimed, "Oh Pap, how cold your foot is," & in trying to cover it she found that it was not only cold but stiff. On going to his head she found that he was dead. At his death 10 chdn were living, but 1d after his death, his dau sis Nusbaum, Lagrange Co, IN, also d. Thus a loving wife & 9 chdn.

[NI191484] Herald of Truth Vol X # 3 Mar 1873 pg 61, 63. On 29 Jan, Lagrange co, IN, CHARITY d/o John & Elisabeth NUSBAUM, aged 1y 2m 7d. Funeral by H A Miller, J J Weaver & D Brenneman.

[NI191493] Gospel Herald Vol LVII # 31 Aug 11 1964 pg 702, 703. Saylor, James s/o Jacob & Susan (Speigle) Saylor b Conemaugh Twp., Pa Oct 24 1868; d at home of his dau Mrs Owen Thomas Jul 14 1964 aged 95y 9m 20d. On Mar 20 1892 he m Fannie Johns who d Dec 22 1941. Surviving are 1 son William, 1 dau Stella Mrs Owen Thomas, 15 gchdn, 38 ggchdn, & 10 gggchdn. Was last surviving memb of a family of 8 bros & 2 sis'. On Mar 18 1900 he was ordained minister, & 3y later on May 23 1903, to the office of bishop. For 55y he serv as minister & bishop at Thomas Ch, & as bishop for Johnstown dist Chs till 1935. He also serv as bish in different congregations of Allegheny Conference: Schellsburg, Rockton, Altoona, & Mill Run. Since 1950 he was sr bish of Menn Ch in US & Canada. Funeral at Thomas Ch Jul 17 in charge of Aldus J Wingard, Sem K Eash, & Harry C Blough.
PA 1910 Miracode Index
James Saylor 42 PA Somerset Head of Household
Wife Fannie 35 PA
Son William H 16 PA
Dau Stella M 14 PA
Mother Susan 78 PA

[NI191498] Gospel Herald Sep 7 1939 Vol XXXII No 23 pg 487, 488. Holsopple, Priscilla d/o Abraham & Sarah (Geil) Wenger b Rockingham Co, Va Jan 21 1860 d at farm home, Versailles, MO Aug 19 1939 aged 79y 6m 28d. On Oct 16 1888 she m W W Holsopple, a minister of COB. To this union 4 chdn were b: Joseph A, South English, Ia; John Wilford, who met accidental death at age 27; Lewis A, Morgan Co, Mo; & Mary Jacie, RN, who served Christ & Ch for 6 1/2y in India mission field. Besides her husb & 3 chdn, she leaves 1 bro Mike Wenger, Aberdeen, ID, 2 daus-in-law, & 5 gchdn. Funeral at home & at Mt Zion Ch by Leroy Gingerich & C B Driver. Bur Mt Zion cem.

[NI191499] Gospel Herald Vol 87 # 42 Oct 25 1994 & Gospel Herald Vol 87 # 38 Sep 27 1994. Holsopple, Mary J, 91, Versailles, MO. B Jan 2 1903, Versailles, MO to William & Priscilla (Wenger) Holsopple d Aug 9 1991, Versailles, Mo. Funeral & bur Aug 12, Mnt Zion Menn Ch, by Joe Diener.

[NI191566] Gospel Herald Vol XXXV # 19 Aug 6 1942 pg 399. Holsopple, Anna only d/o Daniel & Anna (Zimmerman) Schantz b Rolfe, IA Sep 12 1900. When a young girl she moved with her parents to Hydro, OK where she united with Menn Ch. Dec 18 1923 she m Lewis A Holsopple, Versailles, MO where they made their home. they had 3 chdn John Raymond, Walter, & Clara Ann. She d suddenly Jul 19 aged 41y 9m 7d. Her death caused by heart failure. She leaves husb & chdn, 1 bro Alvin Schantz, Hydro, OK. Funeral Mt Zion Ch Jul 21, in charge of J R Shank, asstd by C B Driver & Leroy Gingerich. Bur Mt Zion cem.

[NI191568] Gospel Herald Vol LXIII # 6 Feb 10 1970 pg 135, 136. Holsopple, Walter Wenger s/o Lewis A & Anna (Shantz) Holsopple b Versailles, MO Nov 30 1931 d his home, Versailles, MO, of cancer, Jan 13 1970 aged 38y 1m 14d. Surviving are his father, 1 bro John R & 1 sis Clara A. Funeral Kidwell Chapel, Mt Zion Ch Jan 15, Allen Zook, Leroy Gingerich & Norman Wenger officiating.

[NI191750] Menn, Apr 7, 1998, pg 20-21, Vol 1, # 7. Blough, Alvin John, 80, Hesston, KS d Mar 4 of Alzheimer's disease. Survived by wife Gertrude & chdn John, Jim, Jerry, Jay, Joe, Judy Smith, Joyce McLear, Julia Rodgers; 18 gchdn, 6 ggchdn. Bur Mar 7 at Hesston by Cheryl Hershberger & Steve Nyce.

[NI191752] PA 1910 Miracode Index
Elmer J Blough 32 W PA Somerset Head of Household
Wife Emma J 34 PA
dau Florence D 08 PA
dau Maretta M 03 PA
FG Samuel Y 65 PA

[NI191753] Herald of Truth Vol VIII # 10 Oct 1871 pg 159. In Conemaugh twp, Somerset Co, Pa of consumption, w/o Samuel Y Blough, on 11 Sep aged 28y 26d. Bur on 13th at Weaver's M H, Cambria co, followed by lg concourse of friends & relatives. Funeral by aged bishop Samuel Blough.

[NI191758] Gospel Herald - Vol VIII, # 5 - Apr 29, 1915 - pgs 76, 77. Blough, Florence Barbara d/o Pre E. J. Blough of Davidsville, Pa b Aug 26 1901 d Apr 10 1915 aged 13y 7m 14d. She united with Menn Ch Mar 10 1912. She leaves parents, 1 sis, & 1 bro. She was preceded by 2 sis'. Funeral at Blough Ch 12th, by E. J. Berkey, James Saylor, & L. A. Blough.

[NI191783] Herald of Truth Vol XXXVII # 6 Mar 15 1900 pg 94, 95. KAUFMAN, Leah b Cambria Co, PA Jul 15 1864. She came to MI with her parents Joseph & Elizabeth Kaufman, nearly 16y ago & lived for a time in Bowne twp, afterwards moving to Campbell Twp, where her parents now reside. She m Nathanael Thomas at Alto, MI Oct 9 1892. Death took from them, when only a few dys old, their only child, a son, given to this union. The deceased d Jan 19 1900, her home, Bowne, aged 35y 6m 4d. She leaves husb, a little adopted son, Clayton Clemons, also her aged father & mother, 5 sis' & 1 bro.Funeral at O M ch, Sun, by Pre Keim in German & Noah Blosser in English.

[NI191784] Herald of Truth, Vol XXIII # 4 Feb 15 1886 pg 62. THOMAS. On 14 Dec 1885, Bowne, Kent Co, MI of diphtheria from which he suffered 4d, Levi, s/o Peter & Fanny Thomas aged 4y 4m 20d. Bur Bowne grvyd. On account of sickness of family & contagious nature of disease, funeral deferred until Jan 26 1886, well-attended serv held by Jonas Hartzler, & J S Coffman of IN.

[NI191788] Gospel Herald - Vol XVIII # 1 Apr 2 1925 pg 14, 15. Thomas, Mary (Kauffman) b Cambria Co, Pa Apr 4 1875. She was 1 of family of 8 chdn. Her parents & 3 sis' preceded her. She came to MI with her parents in 1884, living in Bowne a few mos, then moving to E Campbell, where she grew to womanhood. She m Noah Thomas, Bowne Mar 5 1893. No chdn blessed this union but an adopted dau has been reared as their own since babyhood. They moved to Clarksville, MI abt 4y ago. She was memb Menn Ch but over a yr ago she united with Wesleyan Meth Ch, Clarksville. She suffered from ill health for many years. She passed away Mar 9 1925 aged 49y 11m 5d. Survived by husb, foster dau Mrs Lulu Minard, 3 gchdn, 1 bro Jonas Kauffman, 3 sis' Mrs Sally Livingston, Mrs Lizzie Harden, Mrs Anna Thomas, & lg # of relatives & friends. Funeral by Aldus Brackbill & G E Barker.

[NI191790] Herald of Truth Aug 23 1906 pg 320. Kauffman. On 7 Aug 1906, Ionia Co, MI Joseph Kauffman aged 69y 6m 3d; b Somerset Co, Pa Feb 4 1837. He leaves a wife, 1 son & 4 daus. He was memb Menn Ch. Funeral on 9th at Bowne M H, by Isaac Weaver & Jacob P Miller.

[NI191791] Gospel Herald Vol V # 20 Aug 15 1912 pg 319. Kauffman, Elizabeth (Miller) b Somerset Co, Pa Jul 5 I845. She was 1 of family of 8 chdn. 2 bros & 2 sis' have preceded. She m Joseph Kaufman in Somerset Co, Pa May 23 1862. In same yr they both united with Amish Menn Ch & on coming to MI they united with Menn Ch of Bowne The deceased was mother of 1 son & 7 daus; the father & 3 daus having gone before a few yrs ago. She quietly & peacefully passed away. She was aged 67y 29d. She leaves her son Jonas Kaufman; 4 daus Mrs David Livingston, Mrs Noah Thomas, Mrs Lizzie Birman, & Mrs Nathanael Thomas; 3 sis' in PA, 14 gchdn & 5 ggchdn, also many other relatives & friends.

[NI191798] Gospel Herald - Vol XIV # 45 Feb 9 1922 pg 878, 879. Kauffman, Catherine (Stahl) b Aug 27 1870 d her home, Clarksville, MI Jan 14 1922 aged 51y 4m 17d. In 1887 she m Jonas Kauffman, Ionia Co, MI. To this union were b 6 chdn 2 preceded mother in death. She leaves husb, 3 daus, 1 son, 11 gchdn, an aged father, & many relatives & friends. Abt 7y ago she was taken seriously ill at their farm home & never regained her former health. On Jan 5 she was taken seriously ill again suffering from a stroke from which she never rallied. Funeral Bowne Menn Ch Jan 17 conducted by Bishop D A Yoder

[NI191801] Gospel Herald Jan 19 1939 Vol XXXI #42 pg 902, 903, 904. Stahl, Emanuel s/o Alexander & Fannie Stahl b Kent Co, MI Apr 30 1866 & d his home Clarksville, MI Jan 6 1939 aged 72y 8m 6d. He m Susannah Yoder. To this union were b 2 chdn: Ruby Mrs Earl Miller, Shipshewana, IN & Ida who d in infancy. Susannah d 1895. On Mar 2 1898 he m Rachel Blough. To this union were born 9 chdn: Dora Mrs Milton Mishler, Alto; Nora Mrs Ira Erb, Hastings; Ralph, Arthur, Vernie, Clarksville, Alma Mrs Lawrence Van Dusen, Grand Rapids, Esther Mrs Wesley Clemenz, Lowell, Gordon, Clarksville, Bernice Mrs George Francisco, Lowell. He leaves his wife, 10 chdn, 22 gdchdn, 1 ggchd, 3 bros Samuel, Clarksville, Elijah, Alto, & Josiah, Clarksville, 1 sis Susannah Mrs Lewis Collins, Grand Rapids. Memb Bowne Menn Ch. He had not been well for last 7y, but was able to be up most of time until 2 wks ago he came home from town, turned off car switch & suffered a stroke leaving him practically helpless, since then gradually growing worse till end. Funeral Jan 8 at home & at Ch by D A Yoder & T E Schrock. Bur adjoining Cem.

[NI191808] Gospel Herald - Vol XXVI, # 44 Feb 1, 1934, pg 942, 943, 944. Livingston, Mrs. David d/o Joseph & Elizabeth Kauffman, b in Somerset Co., Pa., Sep 19 1863 d at Menn Home, Eureka, IL Jan 14, 1934. At age of 18y she moved to MI. She m David Livingston Feb 14 1886. They lived in different parts of MI, finally settling at Clarksville, MI, where they resided until entering Home for Aged, Eureka, IL, Jul 21, 1928. couple not being blessed with chdn of their own, adopted 4 chdn; Will Kauffman, Roaring, Pa.; Orman Clemens, Goshen, IN; Mary Doerring, Ft. Wayne, IN, & a child, Mary Miller, who stayed with them 6y, later going back to her former parents. She was oldest of family of 7, 4 of whom preceded. She united with Menn Ch in her youth. She was afflicted in body since youth. Funeral Jan 17, at Home in charge of Bro. Ezra Yordy. Bur in Home cem.

[NI191834] From Hazleton Standard-Speaker 13 Jan 1996
Zigmund Jakacki
Died - Thu
Pl of b - Ebervale
Pl of d - Wilkes-Barre
Ch - St. Patrick R.C., White Haven
Spouse - Sylvia Poltrock
Father - Antoni Yakacki
Mother - Teofila Rck
Undertaker - Bonin, Hazleton
Pl of bur - St. Patrick, White Haven
Occup - Bethlehem Steel employee
Age - 76
Other resid - White Haven
Vet

[NI191863] Gospel Herald Vol XXXI # 36 Dec 8 1938 pg 791. Yoder, Edwin G s/o George A & Mary (Miller) Yoder b Lagrange Co, IN Sep 25 1877 d in a Hosp in Aurora, IL Oct 4 1938 aged 61y 9d. He m in Kent Co, MI Dec 25 1901 to Lucy Blough. They had 6 chdn: Harold, Gertrude Kelly, & Edna Zook, Kent Co, MI; Elizabeth Oyer, Cathryn Springer, & Ida Oyer, Fisher, IL. He leaves 3 sis' Mrs Alice Martin, Delaven, IL; Mrs Nora Eash, Shipshewana, IN; & Mrs Edna Dintaman, Lagrange, IN. Preceded by his father, mother, & 2 sis' 1 d at age of 2y & Lizzie Mrs Nelson Thomas, Clarksville, MI d Feb 6 1936. He was afflicted a # of yrs with rheumatism & heart trouble. Funeral at Shore Menn Ch in charge of Percy J Miller, Josiah Miller, & Lee Miller.

[NI191874] Gospel Herald Vol XIII # 12 Jun 17 1920 pg 239. Thomas, Twila Mae d/o Edgar & Bertha Thomas b Feb 28 1919 d Hollsopple, Pa Jun 1 1920 aged 1y 2m 3d. Funeral at home by S G Shetler & Lloyd Kniss & at Blough Ch by S G Shetler & L A Blough.

[NI191875] Gospel Herald Vol XXI # 25 Sep 20 1928 pg 527, 528. Thomas, Ruth Alberta d/o Edgar & Bertha Thomas b Aug 1 1928 d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, Pa Sep 9 aged 1m 8d. She was preceded by 2 sis', 1 of which was her twin. Survived by parents & 3 bros. Funeral in home by S G Shetler & L A Blough. Bur in Cem adjoining Ch.

[NI191911] Gospel Herald Vol XXXIV No 6 May 8 1941 pg 142, 143. STULL, Mary Edna d/o Henry & Christina Thomas b Cambria Co, PA Mar 5 1898 d her home, Scottdale, PA Apr 28 1941 aged 43y 1m 23d. In 1917 she m Ira J Stull to which were b 7 chdn, 3 of whom preceded her. She is survived by husb, 4 chdn Paul, John, June & Tommy, 3 bros John, Howard & Jacob, & 2 sis' Bertha Trotter & June Thomas, besides many relatives & friends. She was memb Menn Ch. Funeral D A Stull home in Scottdale on evening of Apr 29 & at Weaver Ch, Johnstown on afternoon of Apr 30. Daniel Kauffman, A J Metzler, J L Horst, & Hiram Wingard officiating. Bur Richland Cem near Weaver Ch.

[NI191923] GOSPEL HERALD - Vol. II, # 27 - Sept. 30, 1909, pg 431. Thomas. -Daniel Lawrence, s/o Geo. & Lydia Thomas, died Sept. 5, 1909; aged 25 d. He leaves his parents, one sis & one bro to mourn their loss. Funeral services were conducted by L. A. Blough. Services were held at Stahl Ch; interment was made at Livingston Cem.

[NI191924] Gospel Herald Vol LXIII # 34 Sep 1 1970 pg 731, 732. Thomas, Lizzie d/o Jeremiah & Fannie (Bender) Yoder b Arthur, IL Jul 28 1898 d her home, Middlebury, IN from heart complications Aug 1 1970 aged 72y 4d. On Jan 4 1917, she m Samuel D Thomas who survives. Also surviving are 5 daus Diana Mrs Freeman Mast, Irene Mrs Henry J Yoder, Orpha Mrs Lester Troyer, Edna, & Ella, 2 sons Vernon & Orval, 25 gchdn, 3 ggchdn, & 2 bros Mose & Edward. Memb Griner Ch, funeral held with Albert Miller & Harley Troyer officiating.

[NI191935] The Menn Oct 16 2001 pg 13 Vol 4 No 39. Thomasm Ella, 65, Goshen, IN d Sep 9. Parents Samuel D. & Lizzie (Yoder) Thomas (deceased). Funeral Sep 12 at North Goshen (Ind.) Menn Ch.

[NI191947] Herald of Truth Vol XL # 39 Sep 24 1903 pg 311, 312. Thomas. On 1 Sep 1903, Johnstown, Pa of a complication of diseases, Florence d/o Milton & Huldah Thomas aged 1y 4m 11d. Services at the house by Pre Stoner of Christian ch & S G Shetler. Bur Sandyvale Cem.

[NI191955] Herald of Truth Vol XXVIII # 10 May 15 1891 pg 158, 159. THOMAS. On 10 Apr 1891, Richland Twp, Cambria Co, Pa Eugene Gilbert s/o Henry & Tena Thomas, aged 1y 2m 30d. Bur 12th at Weaver ch. Services by Jonas Blough & H Gelnett of Clearfield Co, Pa.

[NI191956] Herald of Truth Vol XXXII No 12 Jun 15 1895 pg 190, 191. Thomas. On 30 Apr 1895, Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co, Pa Iona May d/o Silas & Lovina Thomas aged 2y 1m 26d. Bur 1 May in Thomas Menn grvyd. Funeral by Samuel Zimmerman & L A Blough. Little May had suffered for several mos but her sufferings are now over & she is at rest.

[NI191957] Gospel Herald Vol XIV # 12 Jun 23 1921 pg 239. Thomas, Irene Violet d/o Henry & Alice Thomas, Holsopple, Pa d Jun 2 1921 aged 4d. Funeral at home by L A Blough. Bur Thomas Ch.

[NI191958] The Gospel Witness Vol 1 # 25 Sep 20 1905 pg 196. Thomas, Jesse Sylvester s/o Silas Thomas d of consumption Sep 5 1905 aged 17y 10m. Bur Thomas Menn Ch. He is survived by father, stepmother, sis, & many relatives & friends. Funeral by S D Yoder, L A Blanch, S Gindlesperger, S G Sheler & James Saylor.
The Herald of Truth Vol XLII No 38 Sep 21 1905 pg 304. THOMAS, Jesse Sylvester s/o Silas Thomas, Connor, Pa d of consumption, Sep 5 1905 aged 17y 10m. He was bapt & received into ch abt 4m before his death. Funeral Thomas ch on 7th by S D Yoder, Jas Saylor, S Gindlesperger & L A Blough.

[NI191959] Gospel Herald Vol V # 18 Aug 1 1912 pg 287, 288. Thomas, John Henry s/o John & Maria Thomas b Jan 31 1911 d May 2 1912 age 1y 3m 2d. The family had made preparation to move to Bucks Co, Pa, when the little one took sick & d at home of its gparents, John Wingard. Funeral at the home & at Weaver Ch by S G Shetler. Bur Weaver Cem.

[NI191960] Herald of Truth Vol XXXV # 1 Jan 1 1898 pg 13, 14. Thomas. On 6 Dec 1897, Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co, Pa John Henry, infant s/o Silas & Lovina Thomas aged 6m. Bur 7th at Thomas M H. Funeral by Samuel Zimmerman & L A Blough.

[NI191965] Herald of Truth Vol XXXV # 16 Aug 15 1898 pg 252 & 253. THOMAS. On 10 Jul 1898, Somerset Co, Pa Mazie Ellen d/o Henry & Mary Thomas aged 1y 3m 29d. Bur 11th at Thomas M H. Funeral by S G Shetler & L A Blough.

[NI191966] Gospel Herald Vol III # 46 Feb 16 1911 pg 739, 740. Thomas, Mollie Rose infant d/o Amos & Fannie Thomas, Hollsopple, Pa d Feb 6. Funeral Feb 8 at home by L A Blough. Bur Blough Ch Cem.

[NI191967] Herald of Truth Vol XXXIII # 1 Jan 1 1896 pg 14, 15. Thomas. On 10 Nov 1895, Somerset Co, Pa d very suddenly, Nora Blanche, infant d/o Allen & Hulda Thomas aged 3m 3d. Bur 12th at Thomas Menn Ch. Funeral by Rev Salem of Luth ch, L A Blough & Samuel Gindlesperger.

[NI191968] Gospel Herald Vol XXXVI No 29 Oct 14 1943 pg 606, 607, 608. Frederick, Charles s/o John & Matilda (Wendland) Frederick b Mar 9 1889, Germany near Hamburg d Sep 13 1943 aged 54y 6m 4d. He came to Amer with parents when he was sm chd. He took ill Aug 26 1943 & was admitted to Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, Pa Aug 27 where he had an operation for the removal of gallstones. He improved rapidly until Sep 13 & was scheduled to get up in chair next day, when he suddenly d. Surviving are widow Emma (Wingard) Frederick, 4 chdn Jacob Clair; Morris Glen; Pauline Grace w/o Lester Thomas; & Charles Richard, 2 sis', & 5 bros. He was memb Menn Ch since 1916. Funeral at home & at Weaver Menn Ch in charge of H C Hess, Bish James Saylor, & Alex Weaver. Bur Richland Cem.

[NI191969] Gospel Herald Vol XLVII # 48 Nov 30 1954 pg 1149, 1150, 1151. Frederick, Emma d/o Jacob & Catherine (Blough) Wingard b Apr 4 1888 d home of dau Mrs Lester Thomas Oct 26 1954 aged 66y 6m 22d. She was youngest memb of family of 9 chdn, 7 of whom survive her. She was memb Weaver Menn Ch since Jan 14 1900. She m Charles Frederick who d Sep 13 1943. Surviving are following chdn : J Clair, Geistown, Pa; Morris Glen & Pauline Mrs Lester Thomas, both Johnstown, Pa; & Charles Richard, Pigeon, MI, 7 gchdn, & 7 bros & sis' Mrs Christy Ann Miller [86], McAlisterville, Pa; Mrs William Graybill [81], Richfield, Pa; Hiram [78], Wadsworth, OH; Elsie [76], Scalp Level, Pa; Mrs Alice Hummel [73], Greenwood, DE; Katie [71], & John [68], both Johnstown. Funeral Weaver Menn Ch Oct 29 in charge of Harold Thomas & John Lehman, bur Richland Cem.

[NI191979] Herald of Truth Vol XXXIII # 21 Nov 1 1896 pg 34, 335. THOMAS. On 16 Sep 1896, Somerset Co, PA Rosie d/o Aaron & Lilly Thomas aged 10d. Bur on 18th. Funeral services by L. A. Blough.

[NI191980] Gospel Herald Vol VI # 19 Aug 7 1913 pg 303. Thomas. On 19 Jul, Holsopple, PA Ruth infant d/o Amos & Fannie Thomas. Funeral at home by L A Blough. Bur Cem near Blough Ch.

[NI191989] Gospel Herald Vol 71 # 39 Oct 3 1978 pg 762. Eash, Lizzie M d/o Jacob & Amanda (Stauffer) Thomas b Somerset Co, PA Oct 18 1885 d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, PA Jul 20 1978 aged 92y. She m Menno Eash, who d Mar 1943. She is survived by 5 daus Cora ­ Mrs Slater Mishler, Grace, Edith, Edna, & Martha­ Mrs Paul Thomas, 1 son Earl, 8 gchdn, 22 ggchdn, 1 gggson, & 3 sis' Mrs Martha Hershberger, Mrs Rebecca Keim, & Mrs Adda Seese. Preceded by 2 sons, 1 gson, 2 sis', & 4 bros. She was memb Blough Menn Ch. Funeral Thomas Menn Ch Jul 22, in charge of Clayton Shetler, Loren Johns, & David Mishler; bur Ch Cem.

[NI191997] Gospel Herald Vol XI # 46 Feb 13 1919 pg 831, 832. Eash, Lester Franklin s/o Menno & Lizzie Eash b Holsopple, PA Jan 6 1910 d of diphtheria Oct 28 1918 aged 8y 9m 22d. He was sick just a few days. He leaves parents, 1 bro & 4 sis'. Short services by Bro. James Saylor. Bur Thomas Cem.

[NI191999] Gospel Herald Vol 77 # 34 Aug 21 1984 pg 594. Eash, Edna d/o Menno & Lizzie M (Thomas) Eash b Somerset Co, PA Nov 26 1917 d her home, Hollsopple, PA Jun 14 1984 aged 66y. Surviving are 4 sis' Cora Mrs Slater Mishler, Grace, Edith & Martha Mrs Paul Thomas & 1 bro Earl. Preceded by 2 bros Henry & Lester. She was memb Blough Menn Ch, funeral Jul 17, in charge of David Mishler & Sanford Shetler; bur Thomas Menn Ch Cem.

[NI192001] Gospel Herald Vol XII # 35 Nov 27 1919 pg 653, 656. Eash, Henry Thomas s/o Menno & Elizabeth Eash b Thomas Mills, Somerset Co, PA Sep 28 1915 d Oct 2 1919 aged 4y 3d. His death was due to falling backwards into a bucket of hot water. Funeral Thomas Menn Ch by S G Shetler & James Saylor. bur adjoining Cem.

[NI192027] Gospel Herald Vol XVIII # 45 Feb 4 1926 pg 926, 927. McDaniels, Katie Malinda (Kaltenbaugh) b Jan 28 1902, Davidsville, Somerset Co, Pa d Jan 20 1926, at home, Kelso, Pa. She was received into ch Mar 7 1915. She m Roy McDaniels Mar 10 1923. She is survived by husb, 1 Dau Alma Louise, her parents, 3 sis', & 6 bros: Albert, Edward, Leroy, Pearl, Anna, Charles, James, Willard, & Velma. 3 sis' Laura Jane, Lydia Viola, & Mada A preceded her. She was afflicted with tuberculosis & patiently suffered for several mos. Funeral Stahl Ch by E J Blough & Jas Saylor.

[NI192029] Gospel Herald Jan 30 1936 Vol XXVIII # 44 pg 941, 942, 943. McDaniels, Alma Louisa d Oct 11 1935 aged 11y 11m 26d. She is survived by father Roy McDaniels, her step-mother, & 3 half-bros William, Robert, & Paul. Her mother Katie Kaltenbaugh, preceded her 9y ago. A half-bro Ray Conrad also preceded. Also survived by all of her gparents. Funeral at house & at Stahl Ch near Johnstown, Pa were in charge of Bros Sanford G Shetler & Irvin Holsopple.

[NI192032] Gospel Herald Vol XXVI # 16 Jul 20 1933 pg 334, 335, 336. McDaniel, Roy Conrad s/o Roy & Emma (Sala) McDaniel d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, Pa Apr 28 1933 aged 8m 12d. He is survived by parents, 2 bros William Henry & Robert Earl, & 2 half-sis' Alma Louise & June Elizabeth. Death was due to tubercular meningitis. Services at home by Bre Sanford G Shetler & Lloyd Kriss, & at Stahl Menn Ch by Bre Sanford G Shetler & W C Hershberger.

[NI192057] PA 1910 Miracode Index
Edward J Sala 30 PA Somerset Head of Household
Wife Ella E 28 PA
Dau Mary E 06 PA
Dau Daisy C 04 PA

[NI192066] Herald of Truth Vol XXXVI # 22 Nov 15 1899 pg 348, 349. SHETLER. On 17 Oct 1899, Holsopple, Pa, Ralph Clayton s/o Pre S G & Sis Maggie Shetler aged 4m 6d. He was twin bro of Rena Mable who d Sep 29 aged 3m 18d. Funeral on 18th at Stahl M H by Jonas Blauch, L A Blough, Samuel Gindlesperger & Alex Weaver.

[NI192067] Herald of Truth Vol XXXVI # 20 Oct 15 1899 pg 317, 318. SHETLER. On 29 Sep, Holsopple, Somerset Co, Pa Rena Mabel d/o Pre S G Shetler age 3m 18d. Rena was twin chd; her twin bro also being sick at the time. Bur on 30th at Stahl ch. Funeral by Sam Gindlesberger, Jonas Blough, Alex Weaver & L A Blough.

[NI192076] Gospel Herald Vol 80 # 14 Apr 7 1987 pg 246. Sala, Mary C (Livingston) d/o Josiah & Amelia (Yoder) Livingston b Somerset Co, Pa Dec 4 1908 d Coatesville, Pa Mar 16 1987 aged 78y. On Apr 27 1933 she m William Sala, who survives. Also surviving are 3 sons Donald, William, & John, 1 Dau Dorothy Fyock, 9 gchdn, & 2 ggchdn. She was memb Kaufman Menn Ch. Funeral at Mason Funeral Home Mar 19 in charge of Stanley R Freed, Harry Shetler, & Nathan Brunk; bur Kaufman Cem.

[NI192082] Gospel Herald - Vol XLIII, # 24 - Jun 13, 1950 pg 565, 566, 583. Livingston, Josiah J. s/o Jeremiah & Elizabeth (Lehman) Livingston, b Dec. 11 1877 d Apr 19 1950, aged 72y 4m 8d. He m Amelia Yoder Aug 28, 1900. She preceded him Sep 2, 1936. Surviving are 1 dau Mary Mrs. William Sala, 3 gchdn, a bro Jacob Livingston, Davidsville, Pa, & a sister Lydia Mrs. William Blough, Hollsople, Pa. He was memb Kaufman Menn Ch. Funeral on Apr 21 at Kaufman Ch, in charge of Irvin M. Holsopple & Sanford G. Shetler. Bur in Kaufman Cem.

[NI192083] Gospel Herald Vol III # 46 Feb 16 1911 pg 739, 740. Saylor, Alverta Irene d/o Orange & Fannie Saylor, Hollsopple, Pa d Jan 27 1911 aged 1m 3d. Funeral Jan 29 Blough Ch by S G Shetler. Bur in Cem near by.

[NI192092] The Mennonite Oct 31 2000 pg 13 Vol 3 No. 41. Saylor, Audrey Livingston, 87, Davidsville, Pa d Sep 27. Spouse Victor Saylor (deceased). Parents Charles & Edith Livingston (deceased). Surviving chdn: Ruby Poole, Dennis, Malinda Lloyd. Funeral Sep 30 at Davidsville.

[NI192106] Gospel Herald Vol 79 # 18 May 6 1986 pg 354. SAYLOR, Willard D s/o Otto & Emma (Hershberger) Saylor b Somerset Co, Pa Apr 10 1920 d Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, Pa Apr 9 1986 aged 66y. He m Marion E Yoder who survives. Also surviving are 4 daus Mary Kathryn Mrs David Eash, Trudy Mrs Richard Gates, Robin Mrs Samuel Holsopple, & Bonnie Mrs Steven Small, 1 son Willard, 10 gchdn, 2 ggchdn, 2 bros Dwight & Paul, & 1 sis Elma Shafer. He was memb Blough Menn Ch, funeral on Apr 12 in charge of David Mishler & Marvin Kaufman; bur Blough Menn Cem.

[NI192111] Gospel Herald Vol XXI # 34 Nov 22 1928 pg 718-19. Saylor, Richard Merl s/o Otto & Emma Saylor b Aug 22 1928 d Nov 6 1928 aged 2m 15d. Besides his parents, he is survived by 3 bros at home, Charles, Dwight, Paul, & by 1 bro Willard, who has been a patient at Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, Pa for 3y 5m. Services in home by Bro L A Blough. At Blough Ch Bro S G Shetler & L A Blough. Bur Blough Cem.

[NI192121] Gospel Herald Vol XXXIII, No 3 April 18, 1940 pg 52, 53 Livengood, Wilbert Eugene b in Somerset Co., Pa Jan. 11, 1873 d Mar 11, 1940, at home of his son Myron in Pinto, Md.; aged 67y 1m 29d. On Jan. 15, 1893, he m Barbara Ellen Otto, who preceded him. In Oct 1933, he m Orpha Orendorf. She also preceded him. He is survived by 3 sisters, 1 bro, 3 sons Harry, Myron, & Orville. He united with Springs Menn Ch. Funeral at Springs Menn Ch, conducted by Roy Otto, assisted by Chester Helmick & Robert Dayton.
PA 1910 Miracode Index
Wilbert Livengood 38 W PA Somerset Head of Household
Wife Barbara 45 MD
Son Harry 16 PA
Son Orville 14 PA
Son Myron 12 PA

[NI192122] Gospel Herald Vol XXX # 46 Feb 10, 1938 pgs 991992. Livengood,­ Orpha 2nd w/o Wilbert E. Livengood & d/o Christian & Annie Beitzel Orendorf b Oct. 23, 1892 d at her home near Springs, Pa d Jan. 15, 1938; aged 45y 2m 22d. She united with Menn Ch Oct 11, 1908. She m Wilbert E. Livengood Oct. 27, 1933. She leaves her husb, her father & mother, 7 sisters: Ada Mrs. Henry Bender, Lena Mrs. David Swary, Victoria Mrs. Roy Resh, Mary & Clara of Canton, OH, Alta Mrs. Jessie Burkholder of her home community & Susie at home. Her bro Clarence preceded her. 3 step sons Myron & Harry Livengood of Pinto, Md., & Orville Livengood of Pittsburgh, Pa., also survive; also nieces, nephews, cousins, & many friends & neighbors. Bur Glade Cem.

[NI192123] Gospel Herald Vol I 52 Mar 27, 1909, pg 827, 828 Livengood, Beulah Fern only d/o Bro. Wilbur E. & Sister Barbara Livengood of Springs, Pa., d of pneumonia, Feb. 28, 1909 aged 5y 2m 20d. Funeral by Ed. Miller at Springs Ch, Mar 2.

[NI192126] GOSPEL HERALD Vol LXIII # 35 Sep 8, 1970 p. 755, 756. Livingood, Myron J. "Mike" s/o Wilbert & Barbara Otto Livengood, b at Springs, Pa., Jan. 6, 1898 d Sacred Heart Hosp, Cumberland, Md of a massive heart attack, May 25, 1970 aged 72y 4m 19d. In 1922, he m Freda Yoder, who survives. Also surviving are 1 son Paul M., 2 daus Phyllis­ Mrs. Winston Weaver & Doris­ Mrs. Harold Ours, 6 gchdn, & 2 bros Harry & Orville. In 1927, he was ordained 1st deacon of Pinto Ch, serving in that capacity until his death. Funeral Pinto Ch May 27, Richard Martin officiating, assisted by C. M. Helmick & Mahlon Miller. Paul Erb conducted a short service at home. Bur Pinto Ch Cem.

[NI192127] PA 1910 Miracode Index
Peter Connor, Jr 30 W PA Somerset Head of Household
Wife Maggie 30 PA
dau Alma E 07 PA
dau Elizabeth 06 PA
Son Clifford 03 PA
Son Leroy 01 PA
Servent Lottie Livengood 28 PA
Boarder Harry Weller 28 PA

[NI192129] Herald of Truth , Vol XLI # 50, Dec 8, 1904 ­ pg 400 Livengood ­ Christian P. Livengood b near Meyersdale, Pa., Feb. 27, 1819 d near place of his birth, of old age & dropsical affection, Nov. 23, 1904; 85 Y., 8 M., 27 D. He was thrice m. His 2nd wife was Catherine Saylor; to this union b 12 chdn; no chdn b to either 1st or 3rd m. He is survived by a wife, 3 chdn 18 gchdn, 26 ggchdn & 1 gggchd. In early life he united with Menn Ch & remained faithful to end. At time of his death he was oldest memb of Ch in Casselman Valley dist, both in age & in length of membership. Funeral German Bapt Ch in Meyersdale on Nov. 25, conducted by D. H. Bender of Elkhart, Ind., assisted by G. D. Miller of Springs, Pa., & C. G. Lint of German Bapt Ch. Bur Meyersdale Union Cem.
1850 Census Summit Twp., Somerset Co., PA 11 Oct John H. Smith.
36 84 85 Livengood Christain P. 31 M Farmer 4,000 PA Col. 111.
Livengood Catherine 31 F PA
Livengood John 6 M PA
Livengood William 5 M PA
Livengood Mary 3 F PA
Livengood Eliza 8/12 F PA
1870 Census Summit Twp., Somerset Co., PA 15 Aug Jno. Hicks, p.21
1 138 145 Livingood Christian B. 51 M W Farmer 20,000 3,605 PA
Livingood Catharine 52 F W Keeping house PA
Livingood William C. 25 M W PA
Livingood Annie 19 F W PA
Livingood Sarah 15 F W PA
Livingood Lena 13 F W PA
Livingood Jacob 17 M W PA
1880 Census Summit Twp., Somerset Co., PA
27 32 542B 9 246 279 Livengood Christian W F 61 Farmer Pa. Pa. Pa.
Livengood Catharine W F 62 Wife Keeping House Pa. Pa. Pa.
Livengood Wilson W F 13 Servant Works on farm Pa. Pa. Pa.
Livengood Sarah W F 25 dau Keeping House Pa. Pa. Pa

[NI192130] Herald of Truth , Vol XXV # 14Jul 15, 1888 pg 223 LIVENGOOD On 12th of June, at Meyersdale, Somerset Co., Pa., of apoplexy, Catharine, w/o Christian Livengood, aged 70y 5m 7d. remains were buried at family graveyard on 14th, & funeral German Bapt Meetinghouse in Meyersdale. Services by Henry H. Blough & J.S. Coffman.

[NI192140] Gospel Herald Vol XXXVIII, No 16 July 20, 1945pg 311 Otto.Rachel, d/o late William C. & Elmira Wagner Livengood, & w/o Jacob J. Otto, springs, Pa., d June 13, 1945; aged 69y 10m 8d. She was memb Menn Ch. Surviving are her husb, 5 chdn Cloyd E., Somerset, Pa.; Marvin R., Pittsburg, Pa.; Hazel E., at home; Glen E., springs, Pa.; & Mark I., Love Field, Texas, 8 gchdn, 2 sisters, & 1 bro. 1 dau Elsie M. preceded her.

[NI192143] Jacob J. Otto 1873
PA 1910 Miracode Index
Jacob J Otto 37 MD Somerset Head of Household
Wife Rachel 34 PA
Son Cloyd 14 PA
Son Marvin 09 PA
dau Hazel 05 PA
Son Glen 02 PA

[NI192147] HERALD OF TRUTH , Vol XLI 8, Feb 18, 1904 pp 63,64 OTTO. On Jan 19, 1904, Elsie May d/o Bro. Jacob & Sister Rachel Otto of Springs, Pa., quietly passed away after suffering a few hrs of congestion of lungs, aged 5y 5m 9d. She was seemingly in good health in morn & at 2 o'clock in afternoon she was a corpse. She leaves father, mother & 2 bros. Funeral held Jan. 21. Sermon by Bro. D.H. Bender.

[NI192159] Gospel Herald Vol XLII # 42 Oct 18, 1949 pgs 1038, 1039. Livengood, Lizzie Jane Otto b Casselman, Md., Aug. 26, 1876 d Sep. 4, 1949; aged 73y 8d. Her husb, 1 son, & several gchdn preceded her. Surviving are 4 chdn: Homer Livengood, Mrs. Homer Rembold, Springs, Pa.; Fay Livengood, Salisbury, Pa.; & Miles Livengood, Swanton, Md., 27 gchdn, 14 ggchdn, 1 sister Mrs. Mary Gelnett, & 1 bro J. J. Otto, Springs, Pa.. Funeral Springs Menn Ch, with Roy Otto & Walter Otto in charge.

[NI192166] Gospel Herald Vol XXXII, No 45 Feb 8, 1940 ­ pgs 97576. Livengood, Wilson J. b near Springs, Pa., Nov. 25, 1866 d Dec. 3, 1939; aged 73y 8d. He grew to manhood near Springs, & at an early age united with Menn Ch. On Jan. 8, 1893, he m Lizzie Jane Otto & settled down near Casselman Menn Ch near Grantsville, Md., at which place he d. He leaves widow, 4 chdn Mrs. Homer Rembolt, Homer, Miles & Fay­. Maurice preceded him in death abt a yr ago, & a number of gchdn. funeral Casselman Menn Ch. Bro. Roy Otto preaching sermon.

[NI192167] Gospel Herald Vol 86 # 24 June 15, 1993, pgs 14, 15 Rembold, Nettie Livengood, 94, Salisbury, Pa. b Feb. 15, 1899 Grantsville, Md., to Wilson & Lizzie Otto Livengood. d May 15, 1993, Meyersdale, Pa. Survived by husb Homer Rembold; chdn: Edgar, Olin, Thelma Shoemaker, Cleo Saylor; 12 gchdn, 23 ggchdn, 2 gggchdn. Funeral & bur May 17, Springs Menn Ch, by Steven Heatwole & Earl Yoder.

[NI192168] Menn, Aug 20, 2002, pgs 2627, Vol 5 16. Rembold, Homer Oscar, 101, Salisbury, Pa. d Jun 19. Spouse: Nettie Grace Livengood Rembold deceased. Parents: Amos Rembold & Anna Slabaugh both deceased. Survivors: chdn Thelma Shoemaker, Edgar, Olin, Cleo Saylor; 12 gchdn; 24 ggchdn; 7 gggchdn. Funeral Jun 22 at Springs Pa. Menn Ch

[NI192169] Gospel Herald Vol LVI # 49 Dec 17, 1963 pgs 1109, 1110 Livengood, Homer Ray s/o Wilson & Elizabeth Otto Livengood, b near Grantsville, Md., Mar 17, 1894 d at his home near Springs, Pa., Oct. 23, 1963 aged 69y 8m 6d. On Jun 8, 1916, he m Effie King, who survives. Also surviving are 1 dau & 4 sons Viletta Mrs. Jacob Coblentz, Willard, Wayne, Kirk, & Oren. 1 infant dau preceded him. He was memb Springs Ch, funeral Oct. 26, in charge of Walter C. Otto & Roy Otto.

[NI192170] Gospel Herald Vol LX # 20 May 23, 1967pgs 47071. Livengood, Effie A. d/o Joseph & Lucy Newman King, b at Springs, Pa., Dec. 16, 1894 d at her home near Springs Mar. 21, 1967 aged 72y 3m 5d. On June 8, 1916 she m Homer Livengood, who d Oct. 23, 1963. Surviving are 5 chdn Willard, Wayne, Kirk, Oren, & Vilette Mrs. Jacob Coblentz, 1 sister Mrs. Verna Maust, 12 gchdn, & 2 ggchdn. 1 chd Miriam preceded her. She was memb Springs Ch, funeral Mar. 24, Walter C. Otto & James Burkholder officiating.

[NI192172] Gospel Herald Vol 86 # 1 0 Mar 9, 1993, pg 14, 15. Livengood, Fay Otis, 95, Springs, Pa b Mar 4, 1897, Grantsville, Md. to Wilson & Lizzie Otto Livengood d Jan 9, 1993, Meyersdale, Pa. Surviving chdn: Guy, Clayton, Marie Llewellyn, Pearl Lantz, Clara Lichty, Dorothy Lenhart; sister: Nettie Rembold; 11 gchdn, 22 ggchdn. Preceded by wife Ressie Rembold Livengood. Funeral & bur Jan 13, Springs Menn Ch, by Steven Heatwole.

[NI192173] Gospel Herald Vol 77 # 1 Jan 3, 1984, pg 14. Livengood, Ressie A. d/o Amos & Annie Slabaugh Rembold, b Horseshoe Run, WV Feb. 5, 1897 d Meyersdale Comm Hosp Dec. 11, 1983 aged 86y. On Nov 1, 1919, she m Fay O. Livengood, who survives. Also surviving are 4 daus Marie Mrs. Robert Llewellyn, Pearl Mrs. Clarence Lantz, Clara Mrs. Reed Lichty, & Dorothy Mrs. Belmont Lenhart, 2 sons Clayton & Guy Livengood, 11 gchdn, 17 ggchdn & 1 bro Homer Rembold. She was preceded by 1 dau Martha & an infant son. She was memb Springs Menn Ch, funeral Dec. 14, in charge of Steven Heatwole & Walter Otto; Bur Springs Cem

[NI192176] Gospel Herald Vol XXXI 8 May 26, 1938, pg 174, 175, Livengood, Maurice C. b Aug 18 1901 d May 11, 1938 aged 36y 8m 22d. He is survived by wife, 6 chdn, his father & mother, 1 sister, & 3 bros. Preceded by 1 dau. He had united with Menn Ch at early age. funeral Casselman Menn Ch, in charge of Bro. Roy Otto

[NI192177] PA 1910 Miracode Index
Joseph King 40 W PA Somerset Head of Household
Wife Lucy 39 PA
dau Effie 15 PA
dau Verna 12 PA


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