[NI018343] Karen Jeanne Peterson adopted out of family
[NI018416] NOV 25 1910 JENNIE KEIM, a former resident of Black Twp., passed from earth on Oct 19. Sarah Jane, daug. of Hiram & May Kreger Cramer, was b. in Somerset Co. PA., Aug 8 1859, & d. Oct 19 1910 at the age of 51-2-11. She was the oldest of the family of 12 chldrn, 4 of whom preceded her to the spirit world. On Mar 18 1882, she was united in m. to Dennis Keim, at Meyersdale, PA, & 4 yrs later they went to NE, 1st locating at Hardy, but later moving near Davenport, where they lived until her death. She was the mother of 7 chldrn, the 1st born at Hardy, d. at the age of 3 yrs, when the 2nd was but 3 days old. Interment in Davenport cem. She was a Lutheran.
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Jacob Keim State: PA Enumeration District: 0126 Color: W Age: 44 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0338 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02440286 Other Residents:
Wife Linda 40, PA
Son Scott Andrew 15, PA
Son William H 13, PA
Son George F 12, PA
Son John David 02, PA
1850 Federal Census Elklick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 16 Oct 1850 by John H. Smith
9 9 9 Keim Peter 28 M Farmer 2,000 Pa
10 9 9 Keim Rebecca 27 F Pa
11 9 9 Keim John H. 1 M Pa
[NI018430] Gospel Herald - Vol 2, # 47 - Feb 17, 1910 - pg 750, 751, 752. Blough, Catharine (Keim) Blough, widow/o Pre. Henry Blough of Springs, Pa d at home of her dau & son-in-law Jacob W. Kaufman, Davidsville, Pa where she had her home since her husb's death. She d Feb. 2, 1910, of pneumonia; aged 83y 5m 25d. Funeral held at home Feb 3, by L. A. Blough & E. J. Blough after which she was taken to her former home at Springs to be Bur beside her husb. Memb Menn Ch.
[NI018432] Herald of Truth Vol XXXVIII # 21 Nov 1 1901 pg 334, 335. BLAUCH. On 5 Oct 1901 near Krings Sta, Somerset Co, Pa, of cancer, Mary w/o Bish Jonas Blauch, aged 72y 1m 25d. She m Jonas Blauch Feb 13 1852. To this union were b 8 chdn, of whom 4 survive. Also had 31 gchdn, 9 d & 22 living. Bur on 7th at Stahl Menn Ch, serv by S G Shetler, Isaac Weaver, S Gindlesperger, Alex Weaver, & L A Blough.
On the 1870 Census of Addison, Somerset, PA there is a Jacob aga 27; wife,
Mary age 26; daughter Annie age 1; daughter Mary age 11/2. He was a farmer
with land value of 8000 and personal property value of 1300.
[NI018434] He was a carpenter with personal property value of $700. According to census, they had a female Esther Dona(?), 12 years of age, living with them, Source is the 1860 PA census, Somerset county Pa
CENSUS 1870 Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 22 August 1870 by Michael G. Smith
13 141 141 Kretchman Wm.* 44 M W Farmer 12,000 7,000 Penna
14 141 141 Kretchman Christina 43 F W House Keeper Penna
15 141 141 Kretchman Clarissa 17 F W Penna
16 141 141 Kretchman Ellen 16 F W Penna
17 141 141 Kretchman Albert 14 M W Penna
18 141 141 Kretchman Harvey 12 M W Penna
19 141 141 Kretchman Amy 11 F W Penna
Herald of Truth Vol XVII # 4 Apr 1880 pg 76, 77, 78. Keim, Jacob, Elk Lick Twp, Somerset Co, Pa d Dec 30 1879 aged 81y 5m 29d. He leaves an aged wife. He was father of 12 chdn, 59 gchdn, & 31 ggchdn. He was father of Bish David Keim. He was memb Menn Ch for upwards of 50y. Bro Keim had always been a strong pillar in Ch. He was instigator of bldg 1st Menn M H in Elk Lick Dist. First M H was blt in 1859 & he swept & tended it. On Christmas morn he made fire in M H & attended serv, although he had been unwell for some time. On New Year's day his remains were carried to M H. Funeral by Bro Daniel Roth, Washington Co, MD, in English & by Joel Gnagey, Summit Co, Pa, in German.
Temple entry form lists Jacob's parents as Nicholas Keim & Christina Saylor, info was assembled by Eber Cockley, Meyersdale PA & family records. The death date is listed as Dec 30 1879 on Temple entry form.
1850 Census Elklick Twp., Somerset Co., PA 1 Nov John H. Smith
29 164 168 Keim Jacob 52 M Farmer 3,500 PA
Keim Christina 48 F PA
Keim Catharine 24 F PA
Keim Christina 22 F PA
Keim Mary 20 F PA
Keim Jacob 19 M Labourer PA
Keim David 17 M Labourer PA
Keim Edward 15 M Labourer PA
Keim Samuel 8 M PA First name is hard to read.
Keim Jonas 5 M PA
Next door are John Keim 59; Barbara 60; John 20; Sarah 18.
CENSUS 1870 Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA 22 Aug Michael G. Smith
27 131 131 Keim Jacob 72 M W Retired Farmer 3,500 500 Penna
Keim Christina 68 F W House Keeper
[NI018874] Came from Baden, one of the german states on the Rhine River, adjoining Switzerland. He went to London for some time. During the reign of Queen Mary, he came to Philadelphia, PA. He made a visit bad to the old country sometime before his death.
Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Andrew Baer State: PA Enumeration District: 0139 Color: W Age: 38 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0073 County: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00410530 Other Residents:
Wife Belle 38, Pennsylvania
Son Dallas 15, Pennsylvania
Daughter Pearl 13, Pennsylvania
Daughter Della 11, Pennsylvania
Daughter Grace 09, Pennsylvania
Son Albert 07, Pennsylvania
Daughter Nellie 03, Pennsylvania
[NI018911] Date changed because of conflict with another. Actual b. 03 September 1869
1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
246 103 YODER John 78 M Farmer PA
246 103 YODER Barbara 76 F PA
[NI018944] They lived near Welsh Run Pa., just a few miles north of Hagerstown Maryland. There is a Miller Family Graveyard on what was his farm. Abraham and Mary had at least eight children.
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 9, 1860
405 24 2646 2680 Beisel Isaac A 34 M farmer 650 PA
405 25 2646 2680 Beisel Mary 32 F PA
405 26 2646 2680 Beisel Susan 9 F PA
405 27 2646 2680 Beisel Henrietta 3 F PA
Obit EVANGELICAL, a publication of Un Evang Ch. HAMMER. Margaret Hammer d of cancer Sep 20 1890 aged 75y 5m 8d. Mother H. was w/o William Hammer, who at one time serv in ministerial capacity. She was converted at age 15 yrs, uniting with ch to which she gave a long life of devotion & serv, proving faithful unto death. 65 yrs ago when Mother H. 1st became acquainted with Ev Assc, we had no chs in this community, & for a long time after that they worshiped in pvt houses. Her father's (Jacob Beisel) house was one of 1st preaching places in this neighborhood, & after her m, her home was thrown open for worship of God. Some of the meetings that were held are spoken of yet as mighty demonstrations of Divine power, & many who are now the strong pillars of the ch date their conversion to those revivals. She has gone to her well earned rest, but her life will live on in memory of those who loved her. She leaves an aged husb 4 sons 4 daus 38 gchdn 9 ggchdn. Funeral by C. F. Floto.
According to data in York & Somerset Co. Historical Societies, Margaret was descendant of the same family as Conrad Beisel. He was leader of the Society of Breth & founder of Cloisters at Ephrata, PA. Margaret was a descendant of Johann Peter Beisel, an older bro of Conrad.
1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA by Abm. B. Bunn
3/3 John HARBAUGH, 31, Farmer, Pa.
Barbara, 29, Pa.
Julian, 3 [F]
[NI019106] JOHN C. MOCK DEAD Expired at His Home in Scalp Level Thu Last John C. MOCK, well kwn citizen of Scalp Level, d Thu Jul 17 1902. Cause of death attributed to advanced yrs, 72y 5m 11d old. He leaves his aged wife & 3 dau.s & 1 son: Mrs. Simon HUTZEL, South Fork; Mrs. Nicholas WENTZ & Mrs. Thomas WENTZ, Bedford Co., & Moses, Coupeville Island Co., WA. Funeral took pl Sat, bur Luth Cem, Scalp Level.
[NI019118] PHILIP CABLE- (Kable), as it is registered at Germantown PA & on the record in Germany. Philip & his wife Maria (BRADY) Cable fled from the Palatinate, Co. of Wittgenstein, Germany during the great persecutions following the Treaties of Westphalia (1648). Arrived in Amer on the "PA Merchant" on 11 Sep 1732. Philip & family settled in Germantown in 1732. (A section of Philadelphia, PA). Philip & Maria on arriving at Germantown soon were attracted to the Breth in the Germantown Ch. Abt 1736, Philip & Maria were attracted to Conrad Beissel & his preaching. They soon affiliated themselves with the Beissel movement & moved near Ephrata after Beissel began his work there. Philip d near York, PA & is bur there. His will is recorded in the York Courthouse; in it the following chldn are mentioned: Barbara BEISEL, Abraham, Benjamin, Jacob who m. Salome NEAL. [PA ARCHIVES, show a man named Philip CABLE living in Bedford Co. PA 3rd Series of PA Archives, show a man named Philip CABLE who was a Capt. of the 1st co., 2nd batt., Beford Co. mil. as of 12 May 1786, & also that a Capt Philip CABLE was a prisoner of war some time after 1780. Philip CAEBEL (or CABEL) of Warrington Twp. York co. PA made his will on 29 Jan 1780, probated in York Co. court on 28 Mar 1780. Will Bk # E. Pg 78. This will mentions wife, Mary (who was then alive) chldn as Abraham; Benjamin; Barbara, who m. ? BYSEL; Jacob; & Salome, who m. ? NEALE. A mention was made in the will of some donation to the Breth at Ephrata. Tax lists of York Co. PA Philp KEIBIL in Warrington Twp. York Co. PA in the yr 1762. A search for tombstones on Philip & wife Maria Cable in York Co. could not be found. WILL of Philip CABEL of Warendon Twp Co. of York PA Will bk E. pg. 78. In the name of God Amen I Philip Cabel of Warenton twp & co. of York & Province of PA being Sick in body but in perfect mind & memory I do make this my last will & testament in manner & form following. I committ my soul into the hands of Almightly God who gave it & my body to the earth to be bur in a decent manner at the descrechen of my executors hereinafter named & theing fuch worly estate as it has plafed God to belfs me with I do dispofe of it as follows to wit. 1st I order that all my just debts & funeral charges be pd by my executor as for he convenent can after my defefe. 2ndly I give devife & bequeth unto my well beloved w. Mary Cable 2 mares & 2 cows 2 hogs & all the sheep. Item & it is my will that my w. Mary Cable is to have the bed & bedstead & all the bed clothe & all the household furniture forever. Item I give & bequeath to my son Abraham Cabel my clock & clock cafe & my son Abraham is to give a meal or supper to the Breth. & congragation of Epheretha & my son Abraham is to have said clock in lieu of 40 pounds 5 shillings & it is my will that 14 pounds hard money is to be pd to my chldn out of my estate by my executor herafter named which is to be pd to them a 12 mo. after my defeis. That is to say to my son Abraham Cabel the sum of 40 shillings. Item I give & bequeth to my dau. Barbara Byfel the sum of 40 shillings. Item to my son Benjamin Cabel the sum of 40 shillings & a Bible & all my wearing apparrels. Item I gave & bequeth to my son Jacob Cabel the sum of 40 shillings. Item I give & bequeath to my dau. Salomy Neele the sum of 40 shillings. I do hereby revoke & void all former wills & testaments herefor made hereby testifing & confirming this my last will & testament & I do hereby certify & appoint my friend Michael Miller of the twp of Huntington to be my executor of this my last will & tastament. In wittness wereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 29 Jan 1780. Two Centuries of Brothersvalley shows the following on Jacob Cable: Jacob native of Switzerland, came to America & settled in Maryland. He m. there & went across to Franklin Co. PA while living in Franklin Co. his son John was b in 1750. // From "Two Centuries of Brothersvalley" p. 150 Philip Cable, d. 1780, m. Maria; with their daug Barbara b in Germany arrived Phila. ship "Pennsylvania Merchant" 11 Sep 1732; // Dotterer History Ref Ch 1899 p. 26 reports Philip Cable was a memb of Luth committee to erect the Old Goshoppen Luth-Ref Union Ch begun 1744 completed 1748; his will at York, PA, probated in 1780 names chldn ABRAHAM & BENJAMIN & several others-
[NI019122] Herald of Truth Vol XXI # 4 Feb 15, 1884, pg 60 61. Schmucker. On 5 Feb 1884, Wayne Co., OH, of infirmities of old age, Frances, w/o Christian Schmucker, aged 89y 8m, & 4d. She was d/o Christian Livengood & b in Somerset Co., Pa. 31 May 1791. In 1816 she m Abraham Pietchy, who d 6m after their m. She afterwards m Christian Schmucker & moved with him to Mifflin co, Pa., where they lived 11y. In 1828 they moved to Stark co, OH, & afterwards to Wayne Co. She was mother of 9 chdn, 7 of whom are still living. She had 49 gchdn & 79 ggchdn. Funeral by David Hostettler, Christian Naffzinger & J. K. Yoder.
Herald Of Truth Vol VII # 3 Mar 1870 pg 46-47. In Summit twp, Somerset co, Pa on 23 Jan of palsy, Peter Saylor aged 73y 10m 3d. Bur on 25th delivered by writer in German & by C Lint in English.
1850 Census Summit Twp., Somerset Co., PA 11 Oct John H. Smith
29 83 83 Saylor Peter 54 M Farmer 5,000 PA
Saylor Edward 19 M Labourer PA
Saylor Lewis 16 M Labourer PA
Saylor Elisabeth 14 F PA
[NI019135] Herald Of Truth Vol IV # 6 Jun 1867pg 95. On 10 Mar Elklick Twp Somerset Co, Pa Elizabeth widow/o Jacob FOLK, dec'd, aged 67y 1m 20d. She was sick 7 wks. Bur 12th in family grvyd. She was memb Menn Ch for many yrs.
Herald of Truth Vol XXXVI # 4 Feb 15 1899 pg 61,62. SAYLOR. On 21 Dec 1898, Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co, Pa Samuel Saylor age 92y 4m 6d. Bur on 23d at Thomas Menn M H. Funeral by S G Shetler, L A Blough & Samuel Gindlesperger. He had 6 chdn, 3 are living; also 42 gchdn, 29 living, 13 d; 58 ggchdn, 50 living, 8 d & 1 gggchd living.
Samuel Satlor, Sr, one of oldest residents of this Co d at home of his son, Samuel Saylor, Jr in Conemaugh Twp on Dec 21 1898. Deceased was b in Summit Twp in 1806 & was in his 93rd yr. He was a s/o Jacob Saylor & a ggson of Jacob Saylor, a Menn pioneer who settled in that region. In addition to his son, at whose home he d, he is survived by 2 daus: Mrs. Jacob Spregal; & Mrs. Josiah Alwine. He also leaves 57 gchdn & 100 ggchdn. Bur was made in Thomas Grvyd, funeral servs being conducted by Revs Shettler, Gindlesperger & Blough.
1850 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA
182 190 SAYLOR Samuel 44 M Farmer
Samuel, Jr. 15 M Laborer
Mary 13 F
THOMAS Joseph 22 M Laborer
1870 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA 15 Aug H. J. Boyts
22 132 128 Saylor Samuel 64 M W Retired Farmer . 300 Pa
Saylor Elisabeth 57 F W wife Pa
Saylor Rachel 14 F W at home Pa
[NI019146] He died during WW2. There are 2 daughters from this marriage.
According to the 1890 Census her father is from Ohio and her mother is from
1910 Census AR, Marion cty, Union twp: Amelia and Bertha are living with Irvin
Baker and Cora. They later came to WA with the Baker's.
1850 Census Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA
493 314 SNYDER, Daniel 26 m Farmer PA
Eliza 27 f PA
Susan 2 f PA
John 7/12 m PA
1870 Census Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA 13 Jul 1870 by Jno Hicks, pg 17
1 106 113 Snyder Daniel 46 M W Farmer 4,000 955 PA
Snyder Eliza 43 F W Keeping House PA
Snyder Jacob D 20 M W Farm Laborer PA
Snyder Sabina 17 F W PA
Snyder Simon 14 M W PA
Snyder John W 8 M W PA
Snyder Luther M 5 M W PA
Snyder Daniel F 1 M W PA
[NI019174] Somerset Ledger Dec 3 1915 ELIZA MILLER SNYDER, d/o Mr. & Mrs.Jonathan Miller, b Somerset Co., PA Jan 6 1828, d Nov 17 1915, Davenport, NE Age 87. On Mar 28 1847, she m. Daniel Snyder, who preceeded her in death Mar 4 1891, almost a 25 yrs ago. They had 8 chldn, 3 of whom, 2 daus & 1 son, have long since passed away. 5 sons were present, to mourn the loss of their mother. They were in the order of their ages, Jacob D., Sabetha, KS; Simon P., Davenport, NE, at whose home she lived among loved ones for more than 20 yrs; John W., & Martin L., of Ada, OH and Francis D. of Galesburg, KS. There are 26 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.
[NI019175] Herald Of Truth Vol. XXIII # 8 Apr 15 1886 pg 126, 127. Keim. On 18 Feb, Elk Lick Twp, Somerset Co, Pa of dropsy, Christiana widow/o Jacob Keim aged 83y 9m 25d. She was b in same co & m Jacob Keim when 19y of age. Her husb d 1879. Bur at Menn Ch on 20th. Servs by Joel Kenegy & Lewis Peck. She was memb Menn Ch for 55y. She belonged to Elk Lick Ch. She was the mother of 12 chdn, 1 of whom is Bish David Keim, & 1 of her daus is m to Bish Jonas Blough.
[NI019176] He was a cabinet maker and resided at 1200 Alki Ave. He had lived there 6 years. He is buried at Washelli.
[NI019180] Scotch via Ireland. Supposedly fought in Civil War which entitled Nancy to land--need to comfirm
Ohio near PA. Temple work done under name of Buskirk. I had her place of
birth as being WV.
Source Joan Drakos-1870 Cansus Riby and son, Nelson, were living in Alexander
home in Ceder Rapids. 1895 she lived in Clark Co., Washington. She married Harvey McKee and their son, Nelson, was raised by grandparent Nelson and Phoebe Harris Vincent Usher Children! 1880 census Clark Co, WA lists the following. MCKEE Thomas A 38 farmer IN, Pheobe 38 OH, Alfred 9 IA, Nelson 4 WA, Charles A 3 WA, With Harvey and Ruby is buried a child with
the name of Robert and the dates 1879-1882. Don't know who this child is nor
what he died from.
[NI019215] Info from newspaper death notice. Moved as a small child near Browns Valley, MN and was confirmed in the Lutheran Church at that place. She came to Baker, MT in the fall of 1909.Dorothy remembers her saying she worked for a family named Stillwell who lived in Lincoln NE.They wanted to adopt her but her parents wouldn't let them, but she never again lived at home.Note from Dorothy Kreager Thornton: Dad was the only brunette in his family and was the 7th child. Mother was the 7th child in her family (though she says she couldn't find the note that says there was a stillborn son before her mother's birth).
[NI019222] On 1880 census he was 3 years old with his birth place a WA. His tombstone has the years 1877 - 1953 on it. He was raised by Nelson Usher until Nelson's death whereupon according to court records he was raised by Gabriel and Janet (Vincent) Zimmerman.
[NI019233] two sons listed with same name. Comman practice when first child died.
he was a farmer and his father was born in Mass. and his mother was born
name came from Etson's death certificate. Her death certificate says she
lived in the state of WA for 20 yr at time of death. That would put her coming to WA in 1892. Info on birth and marriage dates and place came from certified statement of Robert C Mitchell found in Virginia (Mitchell) Laws possessions after her death. We did have birth date as Oct.12, 1835. And we had her name as Batcheld. No er at the end.
Source--IGI and ancestral file and History of the David Brooks Family by Helen
Brooks Green, received by Gloria Snyder from Margaretta Zimmerman of Vancouver WA. This book says 1790 census (Cester Town, Windsor cty, VT) has 2 other unidentified females.They do not appear on the 1800 Census so perhaps they died or married and no record is available. Christening date and place and place of death and burial is from Ancestral File
[NI019274] His second wife was named Amelia.They lived in a brick house that he built with the help of his children and their spouses. James was a cement contractor. He built a dam in Mill Creek, Wash which is still there. He used to milk cows in Bothell for a farmer. The old school house which his kids attended is still standing along the Bothel - Everett highway, just south of 180th St. They lived down behind the school in a small house which was torn down for a housing development. My father told me of taking salmon out of North Creek with a pitchfork when he was a kid. Ronald J. Snyder Sr. 1991.
[NI019288] DEATH:BURIAL:YALLEY NEWS Thursday Jun 29 1944 .. Funeral services were held Monday [Jun 26] morning at 9:30 a.m. from the Church of St. Anthony, Browns Valley, with Rev. Fr. Paul Kunkel officiating for John Karg, 86, a Spanish American War veteran, who passed away suddenly Friday [Jun 23] morning at 2 o'clock after suffering only two days from hyperstatic pneumonia, passing away at the home of Mrs. Harry Flannery. Interment was made at the Valley View Cemetery beside his wife who passed away January 8, 1933. Military services at the cemetery were conducted by members of the Wm. Krensing Post No. 58 of Browns Valley. Pallbearers were Arnold Geurts, Ed Gettman, Pat Sullivan, Jr., R.B. Santo, Albert Spindler and Herman Ehrnst. John Karg was born June 11, 1858, at Bavaria, Germany, where he grew to manhood, serving in the German army from 1877 to 1880. Two years later, 1882, he emigrated to the United States and came to Illinois where he worked on a farm until 1893 when he moved to Fairmont, MN, following the occupation of farming until 1893 when he moved to Browns Valley. In 1901 he homesteaded in North Dakota and remained there until 1906 when he sold his land and returned to Germany to visit with his relatives and friends, returning to Canada in 1907, where he again homesteaded until 1916, when he came back to Browns Valley. He was united in marriage to Mary Stevens in Browns Valley in 1917 and has continued to make his home here for the past 27 years. Out-of-town people attending funeral rites were: Mrs. J.K. Blanchette, St. Paul; Emil Hanson, Fergus Falls, MN; James Phelan, Wheaton, MN; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Backman, Peever, SD." [There is no marker on his grave.]
DEATH-BIRTH-SPOUSE: INTFR-LAKE TRIBUNE, Browns Vallev MN. Thursday Feb 20, 1908 "Mrs. Cecilia Stevens, wife of Peter Stevens, of this city, passed away on Friday last, the cause of her death being due to consumption. Cecilia Nelson was born in Sweden December 6, 1883, and died in Browns Valley February 14, 1908, aged 24 years, 2 months and 8 days. She came to this country about 8 years ago with two brothers, who afterward returned to the old country. The only relatives she had in this country, besides her husband, was a second cousin. She was married to Peter Stevens March 27, 1907. She was much respected by all who knew her. The funeral services were held in the M.E. church Sunday p.m., conducted by Rev. R. Burnip. The sympathy of the community is extended to the young husband and far away relatives." (Burial was in the Plateau Cemetery, within the Browns Valley city limits. There is no grave marker
[NI019295] DEATH:BURIAL:VALLEY NEWS Thursday January 24 1946 Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon (today) from the Methodist church with the Rev. S.E. Norlemann officiating for Helmer 0. Jensen, age 60, who passed away at his home along Lake Traverse, Sunday January 20th. Helmer Jensen was born February 11, 1885, and lived with his parents on a farm until he was 20 years old. In the year 1911 he was united in marriage to Lena Stevens and to this union was born one daughter. Mr. Jensen took up a homestead in Montana and resided there a few years before moving back to his father's farm, which he operated for five years. In 1923 he moved with his wife and family to Roberts County [SD] and has resided along Lake Traverse until his death. He leaves to mourn, besides his wife, one daughter Lorraine, an Army Nurse; two sisters, Bertha, Mrs. Lund, Carlyle, MT; Hilma, Mrs. Shimlin, Centralia, WA; five brothers, Rudie, Duck Bay, Canada; Alfred, Richland, WA; Taylor, Burns Lake, B.C., Canada; Fritz, Williston, IID; Earl, Baly Alla, Canada; one aunt Mrs. Robertson and two uncles living in Big Stone City [SD], also 14 nieces and 5 nephews. His father, mother and one sister preceded him in death. " [Buried in Valley View Cemetery beside his wife and daughter.]
Notes from Bertha's journal. Oscar's military service information. #4038364.
He was a cook in the branch of Field Art., 42 Field Art. Aug 18, 1918 to 2-3
1919. He was relieved of duty in Camp Custer MI.
Father born in NC. Mother in GA. "The Mountain Echo" index says he lived at McMinnsville TN until Nov 1845. He married Emily Paine at Pikesville, TN where he resided until Oct. 1858 when he moved to Douglas Cty, MO where he resided until Mar 1867 when he moved to what is now part of Baxter cty. In Dec, 1868, he moved to Yellville where he lived until Mar 1873 when he moved to where his family now lives. He was a Mason at his death.
Notes from Bertha Virginia WICKERSHAM: My grandfather Thompson served as Clerk of Marion Cty from 1868-1872. Grady Thompson died in 1965 or 1966. He had lived somewhere in Florida. His two younger brothers had died before his death. He was the last of Dr. Thompson's family." "There once was an Indian villiage on my Grandfather Thompson's place. It was called Shawnee town. My Grandfather Thompson was one of the early settlers of Yellville and at one time owned a lot of land in and near the town. John Henry Thompson's brother was a Rabid Rebel. He had another brother and a sister, Isabella. He lived in McMinnville, TN for awhile. He then moved to MO shortly after the Civil War and then to AR.
[NI019303] Father born in MA. Mother in NC. Annie Paine (19 in 1880) was living with family in 1880. She was a niece. "The Mountain Echo" Mar 14, 1902 issue: Obit: Mrs. Emily Louise Thompson (nee Payne) born in Rhea co. TN on Oct 14, 1823, married JH thompson at Pikesville TN on Jul 1, 1846. She moved with her family in 1856 to MO and came to AR in 1867. She was the mother of 7 children, 6 are still living. Her husband preceded her in death. She died Mar 7, 1902 and was buried in the Tutt burying yard.
Death: "The Mountain Echo" Oct 25, 1901 issue: Died: Narcissus Wickersham,
born 1830 in KY and came to this country in 1843 and remained here ever since except two years during the war of Rebellion. She married in 1845 in this county to James Wickersham. She was the mother of 14 children, 9 are now living and all were present at her burial except two, one of her daughters is Mrs. Will Lewallen of Bonham, TX. 1860 Census lists her as 27 years old.
Book of "Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler and Christian Stutzman" He had a
farm 1 Mi N of Davidsville, PA, owned recently by a JJ Kaufman who said that
the barn built by Nicholas was still in use.
1870 Federal Census Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 11 Aug 1870 by Michael G. Smith
26 18 18 Lichty Davis 38 M W Farmer 4,300 1,500 PA
27 18 18 Lichty Elizabeth 32 F W OH.
28 18 18 Lichty Ross 8 M W PA
29 18 18 Lichty Bruce 5 M W PA
30 18 18 Lichty Steward 3 M W PA
31 18 18 Lichty Anna 1 F W PA
32 18 18 Lichty Mary 3/12 F W PA March
33 18 18 Kiem Lydia 16 F W Domestic Servant PA
34 18 18 Beachy Anna 12 F W PA
1880 Federal Census Salisbury Boro, Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator Harvey Hay 1 Jun 1880
7 1 283A 32 Grant St. 7 7 Lichty David W M 48 Retired farmer PA PA PA
7 1 283A 33 Grant St. 7 7 Lichty Elizabeth W F 42 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
7 1 283A 34 Grant St. 7 7 Lichty Ross W M 18 Son Farm laborer PA PA PA
7 1 283A 35 Grant St. 7 7 Lichty Bruce W M 14 Son At home PA PA PA
7 1 283A 36 Grant St. 7 7 Lichty Stewart W M 13 Son At home PA PA PA
7 1 283A 37 Grant St. 7 7 Lichty Annie W F 11 Daughter At home PA PA PA
7 1 283A 38 Grant St. 7 7 Lichty Mary W F 10 Daughter At home PA PA PA
7 1 283A 39 Grant St. 7 7 Lichty Joune W F 7 Daughter PA PA PA
7 1 283A 40 Grant St. 7 7 Lichty Harvey W M 6 Son PA PA PA
1850 Federal Census Elklick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 1 Nov 1850 by John H. Smith
39 165 169 Keim John 59 M Farmer 2,000 PA
40 165 169 Keim Barbara 60 F PA
41 165 169 Keim John 26 M Labourer PA Age could be 24.
42 165 169 Keim Sarah 18 F PA
he was a farmer and drover, member PA Legislature 1836-7, associate judge of Somerset cty, 1853-8.
1850 Federal Census Elklick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 1 Nov 1850 by John H. Smith
8 150 154 Keim Jonas 47 M Farmer 10,000 PA
9 150 154 Keim Sarah 39 F PA
10 150 154 Keim Christian 26 M Labourer PA
11 150 154 Keim Lewis 19 M Labourer PA
12 150 154 Keim Mahlon 17 M Labourer PA
13 150 154 Keim Silas 15 M Labourer PA
14 150 154 Keim Noah G. 6 M PA
15 150 154 Keim Elizabeth 18 F PA
16 150 154 Keim Sarah 12 F PA
17 150 154 Keim Ester 10 F PA
18 150 154 Keim Harriet 8 F PA
19 150 154 Keim Samuel C. 2 M PA
Source 1910 Census Yakima Co. Washington lists Alfred and Olive Mitchell as a
rancher with several laborers and wives as all on the same property. At the
bottom is listed the two Mitcheel children with parents' birth places
corresponding with birthplaces of Alfred and Olive, so am asuming they are the
parents of children.
[NI019338] Robbie had a turkey farm in Skagit County where he devoloped the broad breasted turkey, which was one year served at the White House on Thanksgiving.
[NI019342] supposed to have 7 brothers and some sisters Sailed from Bremerhoven 1871 It says they came to American in 1870 and landed in Iowa Falls. They lived there 18 years and moved to Winnebago county, IA where they lived 7 years, moving then to Traverse county, MN in 1895 where they lived until 1909 when they moved to Custer county, MT wher he resided until his death.
[NI019355] in 1927 he was living in Indiana.
There are 3 daughters, Mrs Orvilla Olinger, Mrs Gladys Noftsker and Mrs Iva
mae Barantner. I don't know which Cate is their father.
Death info from Newspaper in Grant Cty Gen Soc. Ran Condon Ferry across Columbia River. Marrige date from "Marriges in Clark Co", Clark Co. Gen. Soc.
Thompson Cemetery (also known as Schrock Cemetery) is located 1 mi W and 5 mi N of Hanson Station. At 49th and U Streets. There are only a few graves in
this cemetery and it is at the edge of a field surrounded by barbed wire and
not kept up. John has a big beautiful granite headstone.
[NI019372] Resided at Independence MO from 1837-1845/6.
[NI019373] Resided at Independence MO from 1837-1845/6.
[NI019374] Resided at Independence MO from 1837-1845/6.
[NI019375] Resided at Independence MO from 1837-1845/6.
[NI019376] Resided at Independence MO from 1837-1845/6.
[NI019377] Resided at Independence MO from 1837-1845/6.
[NI019378] Resided at Independence MO from 1837-1845/6.
Death certificate only has F. H. Wallace. Some knew him as Fullen Hatfield.
He did own a farm in Virg. but was also a merchant. He was killed by a train.
His father's sister married a Hatfield. Ordinance Data Base says Loisville, Jefferson, KY for marriage place.
[NI019425] Death and burial places are unknown for this couple but Lydia was alive on 6/19/1896 when she signed an affidavit as a neighbor of Mrs Gilbert Usher who had applied for a widow's Civil War pension. She was 48 years old and a resident of Grant Twp, Ida Cty, IA.
[NI019431] they live in Burnabey BC
[NI019445] Died at age 13 before 1893
[NI019447] Lived in Brewster
[NI019449] Died at age 5 before 1893
[NI019467] Adopted by Hicks family at time of fathers death.
[NI019473] Herald of Truth - Vol XVIII # 4, Apr 1881, pg 71 & 72. Feb 24, Somerset Co, PA of old age, Sis Magdalena Blough wid/o Bishop Samuel Blough, aged 78y 11m 11d. On 26th her remains were brought to meeting-house where she had been regular attendant & faithful memb for perhaps over 50ys. She was dearly beloved mother in family & in Ch. One of her gchdn Emma Laura d/o Bro Benj & Sis Rachel Blough, aged 7m 11d, was bur at same time & place. Both gmother & gchd were taken to family grv-yd side by side, before great # of weeping & sympathising friends. Over 50 sleds & sleighs were loaded with people. Funeral discourse by Jonas & Samuel Blough, followed by admonitions from Samuel Gindlesperger.
Was a farmer & had real estate valued at $900. Believed to be from
1850 Census Elklick Twp., Somerset Co., PA 21 Oct 1850 by John H. Smith
Livengood Christain C. 47 M None 1,600 PA
Livengood Sarah 28 F PA
Livengood Theodore F. 1 M PA
Wagner Margaret 65 F PA
Wagner Phillip 21 M Carpenter PA
1870 Census Salisbury Boro, Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA 9 Aug 1870 by Michael F. Smith
Livengood Christ. C. 67 M W Ret Merchant 4,000 200 PA
Livengood Sallie 48 F W HK PA
Livengood Theodore 21 M W PA
Livengood Martha 9 F W PA
Livengood Emma B. 5 F W PA
Livengood Peter J. 23 M W Day laborer PA
1880 Census Salisbury Boro, Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Harvey Hay 4 Jun 1880 7 10 287B 6 Ord Street 82 86
Livengood Christian W M 76 Retired merchant PA PA PA
Livengood Sarah W F 58 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Livengood Martha W F 18 Dau PA PA PA
Livengood Emma W F 14 Dau PA PA PA
1850 Federal Census Elklick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 16 Oct 1850 by John H. Smith
1 21 22 Livengood Sam'l. P. 56 M Labourer 25 Pa
2 21 22 Livengood Barbara 54 F Pa
3 21 22 Livengood David L. 22 M Labourer Pa
4 21 22 Livengood Sarah 37 F Pa
ORPHANS COURT INDEX Estate Records Vol H-P 1795-1921 -Yr 1860 No 13. LIVENGOOD, Samuel P. Late of : ElkLick twp. Date of death: (Blank) Dateof letter app't: (blank) Name of ex etc: Jacob S. Livengood.
[NI019536] Raised by David Nichols and Elizabeth Fulligan
[NI019544] Resided at Independence MO from 1837-1845/6
1880 Federal Census Salisbury Boro, Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator Harvey Hay 2 Jun 1880
7 4 284B 22 Grant St. 35 37 Keim Sarah W F 68 Keeping house PA PA PA
7 4 284B 23 Grant St. 35 37 Keim Annie W F 27 Daughter At home PA PA PA
[NI019560] "The Mountain Echo" index (FHC 976.9173/Y1 V2g) says Daniel Wickersham was living in 1852 at Harris' water mill. Mr. Wickersham built this mill and was running it at that time. His widow still reside there in 1889. Daniel Wickersham was assassinated during the Civil War. From "The History of Marion Cty": The first Wickersham to arrive in Marion Cty was Daniel. He was born in Kentucky, but he and his wife, Susannah Martin, who was born in VA, had moved to Indiana. Daniel Wickersham came to Marion County on horeseback and purchased a mill which he operated. He returned to Indiana and brought his son Jesse and another hired hand back with him. After running the mill for about a year he went back to Indiana and brought his family. (1848). He engaged in milling and farming in the vicinity of Yellville and accumulated a small fortune. When Daniel was 75 years of age, his home was attacked by robbers. When he refused to tell them where he had concealed his money, they took him out and he was hanged on a tree. Some of the robbers went back to the house and tried to force his wife to tell where he kept the money. During this time, Daniel managed to escape, but the guard shot him. He later died from the effects of the wounds. "Cemeteries in Marion Cty" Gives birth and death years IGI source of town and cty of birth plus parents names and ordinance dates.
[NI019569] Family history says he was a captain on a ship! DEATH:THE COURANT NEWS, Sisseton, SD, JOHN STEVENS DEAD "On Monday evening, January 3, 1916, at his home on the Dakota side of Lake Traverse, about 3 miles from Browns Valley, John Stevens passed away. He was a victim of consumption, this dread disease finally sapping his life away.The deceased had lived in this locality for a good many years. He was 58 years of age at the time of his death. He leaves a wife and several children to mourn his death." He was buried Friday January 7 in the Concordia Lutheran Cemetery, Grant Township, Roberts Co., SD. The four graves in the plot are Adina V. Spindler - Ella M. Haagenson 1887-1913 [note the spelling of her last name -- John P. Stevens 1854-1916 - Peter H. Stevens 1884-1944.] [Checked the Courthouse for John Stevens death certificate but it was not very informative. It gave his name as John Peter Stevens, his dates, born Dane, parentage UNKNOWN.
[NI019578] in 1900 she was working as a servant with Amasa S Curs Family. At the time of Alma's death in 1927 she was living in Fergus Falls, MT
[NI019607] DEATH:BURIAL:VALLEY NEWS Thursday May 27 1965 "Funeral services for Mrs. Richard (Jensen) Riddle, of Spokane, WA, a former Valley resident, were held from the Methodist church Monday Afternoon at 2:00 p.m. with the Rev. Huchel officiating. Interment was made in the Valley View Cemetery. Pallbearers, all members of the Wm.Krensing Post, American Legion, were George Judish, Eddie Peterson, H.E. Garberick, Tony Piechowski, Wayland Reisdorf and Merlyn Johnson. The Legion also conducted military services at the graveside. Special music was rendered at the church by Mrs. Willis Weeks, who sang "Jesus cares", accompanied at the piano by Connie Duffield. Mrs. Riddle was killed instantly in a car accident, near Dalles, Oregon, Sunday evening May 16. She attained the age of 46 years, 11 months and 25 days. Lorraine Albertine Jensen was born May 21, 1918, in St. Paul, MN, the daughter of Helmer and Lena Jensen. She attended the Browns Valley public schools and was valedictorian of the Class of '36 of the Browns Valley High School. She graduated from nurses training at Fergus Falls in 1941 and McAlester College, St. Paul 1949. She served as First Lieutenant and after as Captain in the Nurse Corps of the U.S. Army from 1941-1946. She had been employed at the Veterans' Hospital, at Roseburg, Oregon and at the time of her death was serving as supervisor of nurses at the State Hospital, Medicine Lake, WA. She was active in Mental Health organizations. She was united in marriage to Richard Riddle, November 4, 1963, at Spokane. She leaves to mourn her passing, beside her husband Richard, her mother, Lena Jensen, Browns Valley, her half sister Marlene Haugen, Kennewick, WA, as well as relatives in Minnesota, South Dakota and Washington."
Resided at Independence MO from 1837-1845/6. Was a member of the "old
Organization" Mormon church.
Brother came to America with her but was presumably murdered in New York City
and never heard from or about.
[NI019639] Her parents were born in Tn also. Report says Betsy and Daniel had 4 children, 3 living. "Cemeteries in Marion Cty" Gives birth and death years and says that below the main cemetery, down near Mill Creek, where it runs into Crooked Creek, are found two Wickersham graves: Daniel's and Elizabeth's.
[NI019645] In 1927 he was living in WI. DEATH:THE VALLEY NEWS, Thurs. May 11 1944: "A coroner's jury was held Tuesday in Sisseton [SD] at which time 30 witnesses brought before Judge Babcock and questioned regarding the untimely death of Pete Stevens, 59, of Browns Valley, who passed away Monday morning between 1:30 and 2:00 a.m. during a scuffle at Jensen's Place located on the SD side of Lake Traverse, involving Stanley German of the Peever, SD vicinity and Mr. Stevens. Eight other men from the Peever vicinity were also questioned. A coroner's jury reached a verdict late Tues. afternoon exonerating Stanley German of all blame in the death of Mr. Stevens after several witnesses were thoroughly questioned regarding the facts leading up to his death and after an autopsy was conducted by B.V. Bates, Browns Valley, Dr. Pov-Tel-l- and Dr. Carlson of Sisseton showed that no marks were found on his body or any internal injuries had been received and death had been caused from a heart attack. The tragic incident developed out of an argument in the Jensen Place between Mr. Stevens and Stanley German which finally ended in the yard in front of the building where Mr. Stevens and Mr. German started to scuffle about on the ground.The scuffling lasted only a short time when according to reports received, the two were parted and shortly afterwards Mr. Stevens dropped to the ground, suffering a heart attack. Dr. B.V. Bates was immediately called, but death had been instantaneous. Funeral services for Mr. Stevens will be held this afternoon from the Concordia Lutheran Church near Browns Valley." BURIAL: VALLEY NEWS Thurs. March: "Funeral rites were held last Thurs. afternoon May 4th from the Concordia Lutheran Church with the Rev. Olson of New Effington SD officiating for Pete Stevens, 59, who passed away Mon.morning, May at the home of his sister, Mrs. Helmer Jensen. Death being caused from a heart attack brought on by over-exertion. Interment was made in the Concordia Lutheran Cemetery, north of Browns Valley. Pallbearers were: Roy H. Miller, Geo, Bailey, Dr. Wm. Lindner, Pat Sullivan, Everett MoDaniels and Floyd Reed. Peter Hans Stevens, son of John and Mary Stevens, was born December 28, 1884, in Otter Tail county, near Fergus Falls, MN. He was baptized in the Holy Christian faith when still an infant. At the age of five the family made their home near Hankinson, ND, and resided there until 1898 when they moved to Big Stone county MN near Browns Valley. In 1907 he was united in marriage to Celia Nelson, Mrs. Stevens passing away a year later. In 1909 he married Elizabeth Doschadis and they made their home in Beardsley MN for two years, moving in 1911 to Waterloo, WI, where their daughter Narcissus was born. In 1915 he married Ella Warden and to this union five children were born, two sons and three daughters. In 1952 Mr. Stevens returned to Browns Valley and made his home here until his death.The deceased leaves to mourn his passing two daughters, Dorothy and Beatrice; four sisters Mrs. (Agnes) Emil Hanson, Fergus Falls, MN, Mrs. (Anne) Henry Kreager, Mrs. (Lena) Helmer Jensen, Mrs. (Bertha) Oscar Haugen; one brother, Christ, Cassoplis, MI, and one grandson, Michael LeFebor. His father, mother, four sisters, one brother, two sons and two daughters preceded him in death.Out-of-town people attending the services were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kreager, Seattle, WA; Mrs Oscar Haugen and daughter Marlene, MN; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lefebor and Beatrice Stevens all of Fond du Lac, WI." One son died at 14 mo. another at 1 month and a daughter at 9 yrs.
1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA Abm. B. Bunn
144/144 Thos. CROYLE, 75, Farmer, $2800, Pa.
Ann, 75, Pa.
Lavina EXLINE, 15
[NI019661] Book "Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler and Christian Stutzman" American Ancestry book (copy in Mount Vernon, WA FHC) -- He was of Berks cty, PA. Born probably in Baden, Germany. Full name in book is said to be probably "Johan Peter Keim" but is not verified. He landed at Philaelphia, PA Aug 31, 1750 from ship "Nancy," from Rotterdam. His brothers Conrad Keim landed Sept 14, 1753, and Hans George Keim Sept 15, 1749. Unmarried when he came to U.S., located in Berks Co, PA.
CENSUS 1870 Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 22 August 1870 by Michael G. Smith
4 145 145 Keim Henry 48 M W Farmer 14,500 1,500 Penna
5 145 145 Keim Amelia 42 F W House Keeper Penna
6 145 145 Keim Sevilla 20 F W Penna
7 145 145 Keim Elizabeth 16 F W Penna
8 145 145 Keim Peter 12 M W Penna
9 145 145 Keim Anna R. 9 F W Penna
10 145 145 Keim David 7 M W Penna
11 145 145 Keim Emma 4 F W Penna
CENSUS 1870 Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 22 August 1870 by Michael G. Smith
1 128 128 Keim John J. 43 M W Farmer 20000 ** 6,000 Penna
REMARKS: * Written page number unreadable ** Could be 25000
2 128 128 Keim Sarah 32 F W House Keeper Maryland
3 128 128 Keim Jeremiah 15 M W Penna
4 128 128 Keim Norman 12 M W Penna
5 128 128 Keim Lucinda 6 F W Penna
6 128 128 Keim Martha 3 F W Penna
7 128 128 Keim Harvey 2 M W Penna
8 128 128 Enos Lavinia 21 F W Domestic Servant Penna
9 128 128 Coleman John 19 M W Farm Laborer Penna
John J. KEIM 02 July 1826
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
John J Keim State: PA Enumeration District: 0158 Color: W Age: 83 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0153 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02440427 Other Residents:
Wife Sarah B 72, Maryland
book of Brooks Family. Their marriage must have taken place somewhere other
than VT, possibly in what is now known as Livingstone cty, NY. They lived in
a small Brooks settlement known as ? Creek, not far from Arlington.
According to Ancestral file they were married in St Andrews, Argentwvil,
[NI019678] Family migrated to Malchido Township, elgin city, Ontario, Canada. Went to Iowa by 1850.
book of Brooks Family. They are listed in the 1800 Census for Somerset,
Windham cty, VT. About 15 mi SE of her father's home. They are both over 26
and under 45 with 2 daughters under 10 yrs of age. Book says he is a nephew
of Ethan Allen.
!book of Brooks Family. They are listed in the 1800 Census for Chester town,
Windsor cty, VT. He and his wife are both under 26 with 1 daughter under 10.
[NI019706] In 1927 she was living in Brown Valley where her mother also resided. DEATH BURIAL:VALLEY NEWS Thurs. Aug. 23 1973: "Funeral services for Lena Jensen were held Sat. morning, Aug.18, at 10 o'clock with Rev.Jameson officiating at the Methodist church in Browns Valley. Mrs. Jensen died Aug.14 at 8:15 p.m. after a lingering illness of over two years. Pallbearers at the funeral were Leo Schloe, Jerome Hoffman, Clare Duffield, Art Simon.Harris Schwagerl and Merlyn Johnson. Interment was in the Valley View Cem. Lena Stevens Jensen was born Jan.9, 1891, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens, at Vernon SD). She grew up in Roberts Co. and was united in marriage to Helmer Jensen on June 28, 1911. They operated a farm at Baker, MT. until 1923, when they moved to Roberts Co. Mrs. Jensen operated a resort, Stevens Point, on Lake Traverse [SD side] for many years. She was a member of the Methodist Church and the American Legion Auxiliary. She was preceded in death by her husband and daughter Lorraine Riddle, and is survived by nieces and nephews." [She was remarried, to Edgar H. Judish, from whom she was separated or divorced.] Family Note: Lorraine Gable was adopted 10/15/1919
1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 4 Jun 1860 by Josiah H. Zimmerman
62 70 KEIM Mahlon W. 26 M Master Tanner 5000 2200 PA
1870 Federal Census Salisbury Boro, Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 8 Aug 1870 by Michael F. Smith
1 15 17 Keim Silas C. 35 M W Ret. Merchant 17,000 16,000 PA
2 15 17 Keim Anna 33 F W HK West VA
3 15 17 Keim Rich. A. S. 11 M W West VA
4 15 17 Keim Howard V.* 10 M W West VA middle initial hard to read
5 15 17 Keim George N. 8 M W West VA
6 15 17 Keim Libbie E. 6* F W West VA age is hard to read, written over
7 15 17 Keim Jonas J. 3 M W West VA
8 15 17 Keim Willie 3/12 M W West VA May
In 1871, Silas C. KEIM & Jacob D. LIVENGOOD opened & operated a private bank on Ord St. [in Salisbury, Somerset Co, PA]. The bank closed in 1879 because of the hard times after the "Panic of 1873".
1880 Federal Census Salisbury Boro, Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator Harvey Hay 4 Jun 1880
7 11 288A 14 Ord Street 91 97 Keim Silas C W M 44 Minister PA PA PA
7 11 288A 15 Ord Street 91 97 Keim Annie W F 42 Wife Keeping house W VA W VA W VA
7 11 288A 16 Ord Street 91 97 Keim Howard H W M 19 Son School teacher PA PA W VA
7 11 288A 17 Ord Street 91 97 Keim Noah J W M 17 Son At school PA PA W VA
7 11 288A 18 Ord Street 91 97 Keim Sarah E W F 15 Daughter PA PA W VA
7 11 288A 19 Ord Street 91 97 Keim Jonas J W M 13 Son At Home PA PA W VA
7 11 288A 20 Ord Street 91 97 Keim Wm H W M 10 Son At home PA PA W VA
7 11 288A 21 Ord Street 91 97 Keim Louis S W M 8 Son PA PA W VA
7 11 288A 22 Ord Street 91 97 Keim Felix S W M 6 Son PA PA W VA
7 11 288A 23 Ord Street 91 97 Keim Cora A W F 3 Daughter PA PA W VA
7 11 288A 24 Ord Street 91 97 Margroff Catharine W F 19 Servant Domestic servant MD Germany Germany
1870 Federal Census Salisbury Boro, Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 9 Aug 1870 by Michael F. Smith
37 34 39 Keim Samuel C. 21 M W PA
38 34 39 Keim Fannie E. 23 F W PA