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picture Rolla J. CRICK

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: May 1918 - Idaho 2 3
    Christening: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 

Events

Notes
He had a residence on 4 Apr 1930 in Redlands, San Bernardino, California, USA. 4
He had a residence in 1992 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, USA. 3


Parents
         Father: Henry Ambrose CRICK 5 6
         Mother: Anna M. BURGER 7 8 9

Spouses and Children
1. Living

Notes
General:
84-Year-Old Volunteer Brings Journalism Expertise to Red Cross
Written by David Rudduck, special to Redcross.org
July 22, 2002 \emdash He has been nominated for two Pulitzer Prizes, worked as an undercover reporter in a mental hospital, exposed a black market baby operation with his writings and traveled to more than 100 countries. It seems that, 84-year-old Rolla J. "Bud" Crick, has done it all, but the most rewarding part of his illustrious career may be his public affairs role volunteering with the American Red Cross.
Crick, who volunteers his public affairs skills both for his local Oregon Trails chapter and at disaster scenes nationwide, didn't begin working for the Red Cross until retiring as a newspaper reporter in 1989, however his exposure to the organization drew his attention long before that. The frisky volunteer's first encounter with the Red Cross was in 1944, just before he was sent overseas to join the effort in the Pacific Theater. "I was in the old Army Air Corps and was sent to Randolph Field, Texas, after basic training. The Red Cross was kind enough to bring my entire family to Texas to be with me," he says. "I was only making $21 a month so there was really no way I could afford to do something like that."
In 1948, Crick had his second encounter with the Red Cross as both a victim and a reporter of the Memorial Day flood that inundated thousands of acres in Washington and Oregon. "When I was covering the disaster beat for The Oregonian I was very impressed by the spirit of the American Red Cross volunteers even though I wasn't one myself at the time," he says. "The floods left about 18,000 people, and my family, homeless. It suffices to say that I got a pretty good feel for the important work this organization does." Though the seeds of volunteerism were sewn, the Red Cross would still have to wait another 50-odd years until Crick actually joined forces.
In 1994, Crick, ready to retire but not ready to settle down, finally decided it was time to join the American Red Cross as a volunteer. "There were no particular disasters going on at the time," he says. "But I'd never forgotten my past experiences with the Red Cross and thought that this would be a wonderful way to spend my retirement."
Ironically, Crick's first disaster assignment was the 1995 southern Oregon Floods. "Funny how the more things change the more they stay the same," he says with a chuckle. "I basically did the same work I did covering the 1948 Oregon floods for The Oregon Journal \emdash taking pictures and writing stories."
An up-and-coming journalist before World War II began, Crick was drafted into the Army Air Corp \emdash hernia and all \emdash and stationed at Selman Field in Monroe, La. There, he pulled double-duty writing for the airbase's newspaper and working as a columnist for The Monroe World. Later, he was transferred to the Infantry and sent to the Pacific Theater.
Upon his arrival at the base in Manila, Crick's interviewing officer jokingly asked him what job he would take if he could have any position in the Army. "I told him that I'd like to start Stars & Stripes magazine in the Pacific Theater," Crick says with a broad grin. "The officer was still laughing when he introduced me to Maj. Parks, whose challenge it was to actually begin a Pacific edition of the publication."
With his usual aplomb, Crick cinched the job and worked in the Information and Education detachment doing front line interviews and news releases. Crick was even able to go to Japan immediately after the surrender and help commandeer the English language presses in Tokyo for the Far East edition of the Stars & Stripes.
On August 6, 1945, Crick left Tokyo to cover the developing U.S. occupation for Stars and Stripes, arriving in Hiroshima just as a team of scientists began investigating the bomb's destruction; not surprisingly, Crick was among the first reporters to arrive in the "hot zone".
"The belief at the time was that the city would be uninhabitable for perhaps 100 years. The town was in absolute ruins and instruments detected a heavy amount of radiation in the mud under the eaves of the few standing buildings," Crick said.
In 1957, Crick blazed another trail when he became the first reporter to reach the South Pole. He was chosen when the U.S. Navy drew lots to pick which journalists would go where other wordsmiths had never gone before. He went there on behalf of the Portland Zoo to capture a story about a group of Emperor penguins living on the shores of Antarctica. Along with National Geographic photographer, Tom Abercrombie, Crick flew in a Navy Neptune bomber to Amundsen-Scott Station on what was only to be a 5.5-hour flight with a 20-minute stop on the surface.
Unfortunately for others on the plane, (but fortunately for Crick and Ambercrombie), the intense cold caused the oil cooler to blow out and the group was stranded for 23 days. "That was quite an ordeal," Crick says. "But we kept busy digging around in a snow mine for water and conducting research on ice formations. I also got to interview the scientific leader at the South Pole station, Dr. Paul Siple, who as a youth and Boy Scout accompanied the Admiral Richard E. Byrd to Antarctica in a 1928-1930 expedition. That was quite interesting."
Though he and Ambercrombie had missed "The Great Penguin Chase," Crick came back with a much bigger story about life at the bottom of the world.
After his military tour was completed, Crick moved to Portland and found employment as a reporter at the Oregon Journal. During his 30 years there, and at The Oregonian, after the two local newspapers merged, he chased stories at home and overseas, covering police; federal and county courts; serving as an automotive, aerospace, military and travel editor; and earning multiple awards for objectivity and professionalism. Crick and his wife Eleanor retired in 1989.
Over the last eight years, Crick has been on 24 relief operations including a three-month tour at Ground Zero. "When 9/11 happened," he says, his voice growing distant. "I called my wife Eleanor and said, 'You know, I was in Hiroshima after the atomic bomb and Yokohama after the block buster bombing. Now I'm standing here looking at this devastation on our nation's own soil.' I had the disheartening realization that this too was a man-made attack."
Crick is one of more than 164,000 Red Cross Disaster Services volunteers who readily give of their time to bring relief to victims of more than 67,000 disasters each year. Why does he volunteer? "It just boils down to simply feeling good about what I'm doing. I feel a great deal of personal pride by helping people...that's why I'm still here. As long as my health will allow I'll be chasing disasters."
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picture Roswell D. CRICK

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 6 Dec 1875 - , Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 11 12
    Christening: 
          Death: 1 Mar 1962 - Parker, Armstrong, Pennsylvania, USA 12
         Burial: 4 Mar 1962 - Rimersburg Cemetery, Rimersburg, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 12

Events
He had a residence in Jan 1923 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA. 11
He worked as a Retired gas and oil producer. 12


Parents
         Father: David R. CRICK
         Mother: Isabella E. BAKER


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Ruby CRICK

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: Abt 1904 - ,, Kansas, USA 14 15
    Christening: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 

Events
She graduated with Southwestern College. 16
She had a residence on 12 Feb 1920 in Pratt City, Center Twp., Pratt Co., KS. 17
She had a residence on 10 Apr 1930 in Pratt, Pratt, Kansas, USA. 18


Parents
         Father: Reuben Franklin CRICK 19 20
         Mother: Ora Etta WONDER 21 22

Spouses and Children
1. Living
       Children:
                1. Living
                2. Living
                3. Living

Notes
General:
According to Charles Cooley, Ruby Crick died in 1909. According to Janice Martinet it was Alice Myrtle Crick who died in 1909 and Ruby married Mr. Terrey and had children. I need to verify this information but in the meantime I will post the information as received.

I found Ruby Crick living with her parents in the 1930 census. She was 26 years old and born in Kansas. I found Ruby Crick in the 1920 Census living with her parents in Pratt, Pratt Co., KS at the age of 16. Apparently Ruby was not the child who died in 1909.

1920 U. S. Census, Pratt City, Center Twp, Pratt Co., KS, ED 155, Sheet 11A 12 February 1920 Lines 6-11, Dwelling 218, Family 219 Crick, Ruben F., Head, O, M, M, W, 54, M, yes, yes, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, yes, Lawyer, OA Crick, Ora E., Wife, F, W, 48, M, yes, yes, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Virginia, yes, none Crick, Inez R., Daughter, F, W, 19, S, yes, yes, yes, Kansas, Pennsylvania, Illinois, yes Crick, Mary I, Daughter, F, W, 18, S, yes, yes, yes, Kansas, Pennsylvania, Illinois, yes Crick, Ruby R., Daughter, F, W, 16, S, yes, yes, yes, Kansas, Pennsylvania, Illinois, yes Zolner, Richard P., Cousin, M, W, 22, S, yes, yes, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, yes, Civil Engineer, W 17 18

picture Rufena CRICK

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: 23 Feb 1840 - Near Rimersburg, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 11 23
    Christening: 
          Death: 11 Jan 1933
         Burial: in Geneva, Fillmore, Nebraska, USA 11

Events
She had a residence in 1874 in ,, Nebraska, USA. 11


Parents
         Father: John CRICK
         Mother: Elizabeth SNYDER

Spouses and Children
1. *Reuben STEWART
       Marriage: 
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Margaret Ann STEWART
                2. Allen Wick STEWART
                3. Susannah STEWART
                4. William Mcclellan STEWART
                5. Clarissa May STEWART
                6. James Crick STEWART
                7. Ivy Faith STEWART
                8. Maude Elizabeth STEWART

Notes
General:
1850 U. S. Census, Toby Twp., Clarion Co., PA, Page 80 24 August 1850 Line 1141 John Crick, 40, M, Farmer, $1000, Pennsylvania Elizabeth Crick, 33, F, Pennsylvania Lydia Crick, 15, F, Pennsylvania, Attended School Solomon Crick, 13, M, Pennsylvania, Attended School Rufina Crick, 10, F, Pennsylvania, Attended School D. A. Crick, 7, M, Pennsylvania, Attended School Sylvestor Crick, 5, M, Pennsylvania, Attended School Emily Crick, 2, F, Pennsylvania Sarah Crick, 5/12, F, Pennsylvania 24

picture Sarah Anna CRICK

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: May 1855 - ,, Pennsylvania, USA 11 28 29 30
    Christening: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 

Events
She worked as a Dress worker. 11
She had a residence on 21 Jul 1860 in Toby, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA. 31
She had a residence on 28 Jun 1870 in Toby, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA. 32
She had a residence on 11 Jun 1880 in Toby, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA. 33


Parents
         Father: Jacob CRICK 34 35
         Mother: Angelina FLICK 34 35 36 37

Spouses and Children


Notes
General:
Was at home with her mother in 1870. At age 25, she was in 1880 a "boarder" with her cousin Emery Flick and family in Toby township. She was still "single" in June 1900, when she was living in Germantown, OH, with her sister Delilah Matilda Dechant. Sarah was at that time a "dress worker," aged 45. She is not mentioned in 1913 as one of the surviving siblings in the obituary of her brother Henry Alexander Crick.

picture Sarah Catherine CRICK

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: Abt Mar 1850 - ,, Pennsylvania, USA 11 39 40 41 42 43
    Christening: 
          Death: 25 Feb 1885 - Toby, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 11 43
         Burial: 27 Feb 1885 - Rimersburg Cemetery, Rimersburg, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 43

Events
She had a residence on 20 Jul 1860 in Toby, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA. 44
She had a residence on 27 Jun 1870 in Toby, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA. 45
She had a residence on 7 Jun 1880 in Toby, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA. 38


Parents
         Father: John CRICK
         Mother: Elizabeth SNYDER

Spouses and Children
1. *Thomas Newton CRICK 46 
       Marriage: 
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Daisy CRICK 16
                2. Laura G. CRICK 38
                3. Bertha Maida CRICK 47 48
                4. Eva D. CRICK 11 38
                5. Edna J. CRICK 11 38
                6. Living
                7. Living

Notes
Burial Notes:
Lot 197
General:
1850 U. S. Census, Toby Twp., Clarion Co., PA, Page 80 24 August 1850 Line 1141 John Crick, 40, M, Farmer, $1000, Pennsylvania Elizabeth Crick, 33, F, Pennsylvania Lydia Crick, 15, F, Pennsylvania, Attended School Solomon Crick, 13, M, Pennsylvania, Attended School Rufina Crick, 10, F, Pennsylvania, Attended School D. A. Crick, 7, M, Pennsylvania, Attended School Sylvestor Crick, 5, M, Pennsylvania, Attended School Emily Crick, 2, F, Pennsylvania Sarah Crick, 5/12, F, Pennsylvania

1860 U. S. Census, Toby Twp., Clarion Co., PA, Page 19, 20 July 1860 Lines 1-8, Dwelling 122, Family 122 John Crick, 51, M, Farmer, 3224, 1100, Pennsylvania Elizabeth Crick, 44, F, Pennsylvania David Crick, 18, M, Farmer, Pennsylvania, Attended School Sylvestor Crick, 16, M, Farmer, Pennsylvania, Attended School Emily J Crick, 12, F, Pennsylvania, Attended School Sarah C. Crick, 10, F, Pennsylvania, Attended School Caroline Crick, 8, F, Pennsylvania, Attended school Mary Crick, 3/12, F, Pennsylvania 24 44

picture Sarah Catherine CRICK

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: 26 Jul 1856 - Toby, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 11 49 50 51
    Christening: 
          Death: 29 Feb 1920 - Rimersburg, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 49 52 53
         Burial: in Rimersburg Cemetery, Rimersburg, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 49

Events
She had a residence on 21 Jul 1860 in Toby, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA. 54
She had a residence in 1870 in Toby, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA. 55


Parents
         Father: Lewis CRICK
         Mother: Nancy Jane WILSON 11 56

Spouses and Children
1. *First Lieutenant Phillip ARNER 57 
       Marriage: 16 Sep 1875 58 59
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Charles Ellsworth ARNER 60
                2. Nettie Florence ARNER 60
                3. Bert Harold ARNER 60
                4. Beulah Mae ARNER 61 62 63

Notes
General:
1860 U.S. Census, Toby Twp., Clarion Co. PA, Page 14, 19 July 1860 Line 26-30, Dwelling 90, Family 90 Lewis Crick, 35, M, Carpenter, 995, 5710, Pennsylvania Nancy J. Crick, 28, F, Pennsylvania Clara Crick, 8, F, Pennsylvania Sarah C. Crick, 5, F, Pennsylvania Marietta Crick, 3, F, Pennsylvania 54

picture Solomon H. CRICK

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Abt 1837 - ,, Pennsylvania, USA 11 64
    Christening: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 


Parents
         Father: John CRICK
         Mother: Elizabeth SNYDER

Spouses and Children
1. *Harriett A. LOGUE
       Marriage: Bef 15 Jan 1864 11
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Margaret Maud CRICK 65 66

Notes
General:
1850 U. S. Census, Toby Twp., Clarion Co., PA, Page 80 24 August 1850 Line 1141 John Crick, 40, M, Farmer, $1000, Pennsylvania Elizabeth Crick, 33, F, Pennsylvania Lydia Crick, 15, F, Pennsylvania, Attended School Solomon Crick, 13, M, Pennsylvania, Attended School Rufina Crick, 10, F, Pennsylvania, Attended School D. A. Crick, 7, M, Pennsylvania, Attended School Sylvestor Crick, 5, M, Pennsylvania, Attended School Emily Crick, 2, F, Pennsylvania Sarah Crick, 5/12, F, Pennsylvania 24

picture Susannah Margaret CRICK

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: 13 Jan 1815 - ,, Pennsylvania, USA 11
    Christening: 
          Death: 14 May 1857 11
         Burial: in Rimersburg Cemetery, Rimersburg, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 11


Parents
         Father: Adam CRICK 67
         Mother: Mary HAMMER 68 11 69

Spouses and Children
1. *Peter SWITZER 11 70 
       Marriage: 
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Mary Jane SWITZER
                2. William Hamilton SWITZER 71 72
                3. James SWITZER
                4. Elmira S. SWITZER 11
                5. Sarah E. SWITZER
                6. Catherine A. SWITZER
                7. John Harvey SWITZER
                8. Elcinda SWITZER
                9. Solomon H. SWITZER

Notes
Death Notes:
aged 42 y 4 m 1 d

picture Sylvester CRICK

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 30 Apr 1845 - , Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 11 73 74 75
    Christening: 
          Death: 6 May 1898 - , Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 76 77
         Burial: in Rimersburg Cemetery, Rimersburg, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 11 77

Events
He had a residence on 20 Jul 1860 in Toby, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA. 44
He had a residence on 7 Jun 1880 in Toby, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA. 38


Parents
         Father: John CRICK
         Mother: Elizabeth SNYDER

Spouses and Children
1. *Galena SLAUGHENHOUPT
       Marriage: 1 Jul 1869 - , Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 11
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Inis G. CRICK

2. Mary Etta SOUDON
       Marriage: 7 Jul 1888 - , Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA 11
         Status: 

Notes
General:
1850 U. S. Census, Toby Twp., Clarion Co., PA, Page 80 24 August 1850 Line 1141 John Crick, 40, M, Farmer, $1000, Pennsylvania Elizabeth Crick, 33, F, Pennsylvania Lydia Crick, 15, F, Pennsylvania, Attended School Solomon Crick, 13, M, Pennsylvania, Attended School Rufina Crick, 10, F, Pennsylvania, Attended School D. A. Crick, 7, M, Pennsylvania, Attended School Sylvestor Crick, 5, M, Pennsylvania, Attended School Emily Crick, 2, F, Pennsylvania Sarah Crick, 5/12, F, Pennsylvania

1860 U. S. Census, Toby Twp., Clarion Co., PA, Page 19, 20 July 1860 Lines 1-8, Dwelling 122, Family 122 John Crick, 51, M, Farmer, 3224, 1100, Pennsylvania Elizabeth Crick, 44, F, Pennsylvania David Crick, 18, M, Farmer, Pennsylvania, Attended School Sylvestor Crick, 16, M, Farmer, Pennsylvania, Attended School Emily J Crick, 12, F, Pennsylvania, Attended School Sarah C. Crick, 10, F, Pennsylvania, Attended School Caroline Crick, 8, F, Pennsylvania, Attended school Mary Crick, 3/12, F, Pennsylvania 24 44
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Sources


1 1930 U. S. Census (Location: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6224&iid=CAT626_188-0868), Rolla J. Crick.

2 1930 U. S. Census (Location: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6224&iid=CAT626_188-0868), Age 11 born Idaho.

3 Merlin Data Publishing Corporation, "U. S. Public Records Index," database, Ancestry.com(http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1565&enc=1).

4 1930 U. S. Census (Location: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6224&iid=CAT626_188-0868).

5 1930 U. S. Census (Location: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6224&iid=CAT626_188-0868), Henry A. Crick.

6 1880 U. S. Census Clifton, Wilcox, Alabama, Obadiah H Dumas (Location: http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp), Henry A. Crick.

7 1930 U. S. Census (Location: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6224&iid=CAT626_188-0868), Anna M. Crick.

8 Rootsweb, California Death Records (URL: http://userdb.rootsweb.com/ca/death/search.cgi), CRICK ANNA M 09/10/1876 FEARNOT F ILLINOIS SAN BERNARDINO 07/06/1969 569-80-7644 92 yrs.

9 Roots Web, Social Security Death Index (URL: http://ssdi.rootsweb.com), ANNA M CRICK 10 Sep 1876 15 Jul 1969 (V) 92373 (Redlands, San Bernardino, CA) (none specified) 569-80-7644 California.

10 David Rudduck, "84-Year-Old Volunteer Brings Journalism Expertise to Red Cross," article, The American Red Cross: The Faces of Service(https://www2.redcross.org/news/vo/profiles/020722crick.asp : accessed 20 Jun 2009).

11 Gale Ion Harris, F.A.S.G, The Genealogist (Picton Press
Volume: Vol. 13 No. 1).

12 "Burial Database," database, Eccles-Lesher Memorial Library(http://www.eccles-lesher.org/Cemetery/?what=view : accessed 6 Oct 2008), Roswell D. Crick March 1, 1962 Unknown R.D. Parker, Pa. 86 yrs Unknown.

13 1930 U. S. Census (Location: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6224&iid=KST626_715-1050), Ruby Crick.

14 1920 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=3&state=Kansas&county=Pratt&township=All+Townships&ed=155&roll=T625_545&STAbrv=KS&startimg=185&endimg=242&rp=205&hash=1065565253&width=2493&height=1873&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), Age 16 born Kansas.

15 1930 U. S. Census (Location: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6224&iid=KST626_715-1050), Age 26 born Kansas.

16 Charles Cooley, Family History (Location: Original in possession of Ronna Dumas).

17 1920 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=3&state=Kansas&county=Pratt&township=All+Townships&ed=155&roll=T625_545&STAbrv=KS&startimg=185&endimg=242&rp=205&hash=1065565253&width=2493&height=1873&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale).

18 1930 U. S. Census (Location: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6224&iid=KST626_715-1050).

19 1930 U. S. Census (Location: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6224&iid=KST626_715-1050), Ruben F. Crick.

20 1880 U. S. Census Clifton, Wilcox, Alabama, Obadiah H Dumas (Location: http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp), R. F. Crick.

21 Gale Ion Harris, F.A.S.G, The Genealogist (Picton Press
Volume: Vol. 13 No. 1), 1898 Pension application and notes by grandson Carlton M. Crick.

22 1930 U. S. Census (Location: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6224&iid=KST626_715-1050), Ora E. Crick.

23 1850 U.S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=11&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M432_767&STAbrv=PA&startimg=130&endimg=183&rp=162&hash=100151934&width=2005&height=2873&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), age 10.

24 1850 U.S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=11&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M432_767&STAbrv=PA&startimg=130&endimg=183&rp=162&hash=100151934&width=2005&height=2873&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale).

25 Charles Cooley, Family History (Location: Original in possession of Ronna Dumas), Anna Crick.

26 1860 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=12&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M653_1095&STAbrv=PA&startimg=639&endimg=668&rp=655&hash=2027835679&width=2281&height=3005&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), Sarah A. Crick.

27 1870 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/ifa_image.cgi?SEC=Pennsylvania&IN=023530&PN=667b&CD=466), Sarah A. Crick.

28 1860 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=12&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M653_1095&STAbrv=PA&startimg=639&endimg=668&rp=655&hash=2027835679&width=2281&height=3005&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), Age 5 born Pennsylvania.

29 1880 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=5&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Other+Townships&ed=82&roll=T9_1118&STAbrv=PA&startimg=137&endimg=171&rp=155&hash=899932433&width=2237&height=3017&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), Age 25 born Pennsylvania.

30 1870 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/ifa_image.cgi?SEC=Pennsylvania&IN=023530&PN=667b&CD=466), Age 14 born Pennsylvania.

31 1860 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=12&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M653_1095&STAbrv=PA&startimg=639&endimg=668&rp=655&hash=2027835679&width=2281&height=3005&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale).

32 1870 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/ifa_image.cgi?SEC=Pennsylvania&IN=023530&PN=667b&CD=466).

33 1880 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=5&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Other+Townships&ed=82&roll=T9_1118&STAbrv=PA&startimg=137&endimg=171&rp=155&hash=899932433&width=2237&height=3017&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale).

34 Death certificate for James H. Crick (File Num: 76-37
Location: Kansas, State Board of Health).

35 Florence (Baird) Warta, Pedigree Charts (Location: Original in possession of Ronna Dumas).

36 1870 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/ifa_image.cgi?SEC=Pennsylvania&IN=023530&PN=667b&CD=466), Angeline Crick.

37 1880 U. S. Census (Location: http://content.ancestry.com/Browse/view.aspx?dbid=6742&path=Pennsylvania.Clarion.Toby.82.4&cr=0), A. Crick.

38 1880 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=5&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Other+Townships&ed=82&roll=T9_1118&STAbrv=PA&startimg=137&endimg=171&rp=142&hash=936106501&width=2153&height=3029&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale).

39 1850 U.S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=11&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M432_767&STAbrv=PA&startimg=130&endimg=183&rp=162&hash=100151934&width=2005&height=2873&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), age 5/12.

40 Gale Ion Harris, F.A.S.G, The Genealogist (Picton Press
Volume: Vol. 13 No. 1), Aged 2 m in Aug. 1850.

41 1880 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=5&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Other+Townships&ed=82&roll=T9_1118&STAbrv=PA&startimg=137&endimg=171&rp=142&hash=936106501&width=2153&height=3029&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), Age 30 born Pennsylvania.

42 1860 U.S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=12&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M653_1095&STAbrv=PA&startimg=639&endimg=668&rp=657&hash=162329556&width=2265&height=3005&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), Age 10 born Pennsylvania.

43 "Burial Database," database, Eccles-Lesher Memorial Library(http://www.eccles-lesher.org/Cemetery/?what=view : accessed 6 Oct 2008), Sarah C. Crick February 25, 1885 Toby Twp Toby Twp 35 yrs 17 days Female trouble Rimersburg.

44 1860 U.S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=12&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M653_1095&STAbrv=PA&startimg=639&endimg=668&rp=657&hash=162329556&width=2265&height=3005&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale).

45 1870 U.S. census, Clarion, Pennsylvania population schedule, Toby, p. 19, dwelling 141, family 141, John Crick; digital images, Ancestry.com(http://content.ancestry.com/Browse/view.aspx?dbid=7163&path=Pennsylvania.Clarion.Toby.19&sid=&gskw=James+H+Crick&cr=1 : accessed 6 Oct 2008); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm M593.

46 1870 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/ifa_image.cgi?SEC=Pennsylvania&IN=023530&PN=667b&CD=466), Thomas N. Crick.

47 1880 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=5&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Other+Townships&ed=82&roll=T9_1118&STAbrv=PA&startimg=137&endimg=171&rp=142&hash=936106501&width=2153&height=3029&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), Maida B. Crick.

48 Gale Ion Harris, F.A.S.G, The Genealogist (Picton Press
Volume: Vol. 13 No. 1), Bertha Maida Crick.

49 Joseph Erner, Rimersburg Cemetery, Rimersburg, Clarion Co., PA (URL: http://www.kinfolks.info/arner/cemeteries/clarion/), Sarah Catherine (Crick) Arner, 1856-1920, (second wife).

50 1860 U.S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=12&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M653_1095&STAbrv=PA&startimg=639&endimg=668&rp=652&hash=166286441&width=2181&height=3009&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), Age 5 born Pennsylvania.

51 Joseph Erner, The Arner Genealogy Project (URL: http://www.kinfolks.info/index.html), Born in Toby Twp on 26 July 1856.

52 Gale Ion Harris, F.A.S.G, The Genealogist (Picton Press
Volume: Vol. 13 No. 1), "living in 1915."

53 Joseph Erner, The Arner Genealogy Project (URL: http://www.kinfolks.info/index.html), Died at Rimersburg 29 Feb 1920.

54 1860 U.S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=12&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M653_1095&STAbrv=PA&startimg=639&endimg=668&rp=652&hash=166286441&width=2181&height=3009&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale).

55 Gale Ion Harris, F.A.S.G, The Genealogist (Picton Press
Volume: Vol. 13 No. 1), 1870 Census, "at home in 1870."

56 1880 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=5&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Other+Townships&ed=82&roll=T9_1118&STAbrv=PA&startimg=137&endimg=171&rp=151&hash=904190565&width=2237&height=3017&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale).

57 Joseph Erner, The Arner Genealogy Project (URL: http://www.kinfolks.info/index.html), First Lieutenant Phillip Arner.

58 Gale Ion Harris, F.A.S.G, The Genealogist (Picton Press
Volume: Vol. 13 No. 1), Married before 1895.

59 Joseph Erner, The Arner Genealogy Project (URL: http://www.kinfolks.info/index.html), Married 16 Sep 1875.

60 Joseph Erner, The Arner Genealogy Project (URL: http://www.kinfolks.info/index.html).

61 1930 U. S. Census (Location: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6224&iid=PAT626_2017-0213), Beulah M. Flick.

62 Joseph Erner, The Arner Genealogy Project (URL: http://www.kinfolks.info/index.html), Beulah M. Arner.

63 "Burial Database," database, Eccles-Lesher Memorial Library(http://www.eccles-lesher.org/Cemetery/?what=view : accessed 7 Oct 2008), Beulah Mae Flick January 26, 1963 Rimersburg Rimersburg, Pa. 75 yrs Unknown Rimersburg.

64 1850 U.S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=11&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M432_767&STAbrv=PA&startimg=130&endimg=183&rp=162&hash=100151934&width=2005&height=2873&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), Age 13.

65 Gale Ion Harris, F.A.S.G, The Genealogist (Picton Press
Volume: Vol. 13 No. 1), Maggie M. Crick.

66 Ed Bush, Dumas-Morris Families (Location: Original email in possession of Ronna Dumas), Margaret Maud Crick.

67 1850 U. S. Census (Location: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=View&r=an&dbid=8054&iid=PAM432_767-0162&desc=Adam+Crick&pid=426583), Adam Crick.

68 1850 U.S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=11&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M432_767&STAbrv=PA&startimg=130&endimg=183&rp=162&hash=100151934&width=2005&height=2873&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale).

69 Jesse (Morris) Shultz (Location: Original in possession of Ronna Dumas).

70 Charles Cooley, Family History (Location: Original in possession of Ronna Dumas), Susan Switzer.

71 1870 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/ifa_image.cgi?IN=023535&PN=670&SEC=Pennsylvania&CD=466), William Switzer.

72 1900 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/ifa_image.cgi?SEC=Pennsylvania&IN=035011&PN=62a&CD=914), William H. Switzer.

73 1850 U.S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=11&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M432_767&STAbrv=PA&startimg=130&endimg=183&rp=162&hash=100151934&width=2005&height=2873&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), age 5.

74 1860 U.S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=12&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Toby&ed=&roll=M653_1095&STAbrv=PA&startimg=639&endimg=668&rp=657&hash=162329556&width=2265&height=3005&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), Age 16 born Pennsylvania.

75 1880 U. S. Census (Location: http://www.ancestry.com/search/io/browse.asp?c=5&state=Pennsylvania&county=Clarion&township=Other+Townships&ed=82&roll=T9_1118&STAbrv=PA&startimg=137&endimg=171&rp=142&hash=936106501&width=2153&height=3029&levels=5&colorspace=Grayscale), Age 34 born Pennsylvania.

76 Gale Ion Harris, F.A.S.G, The Genealogist (Picton Press
Volume: Vol. 13 No. 1), Aged 53y 6d.

77 "Burial Database," database, Eccles-Lesher Memorial Library(http://www.eccles-lesher.org/Cemetery/?what=view : accessed 6 Oct 2008), Sylvester Crick 1898 Unknown Unknown Unknown Rimersburg.


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