[NI048224] Obit - WILLIAM LINT - Daily News Standard, Uniontown, PA, 9 Mar.1907, page 4
Connellsville, Mar. 9; William Lint, a Civil war veteran aged 74 yrs, d. here this morning. He had been an invalid for a number of yrs. He formerly conducted a store at Dawson & was then a farmer in Lower Tyrone & moved to Connellsville in 1901. He was twice married & his 2nd wife, who was formerly Mrs. Jennie Sisler of Fairchance, died in 1894. He is survived by 6 chldrn, 1 of whom is Mrs. E. C. Higbee. Funeral at 1:30 p.m. Mon. from the home & interment in Cochran Cem. at Dawson.

[NI048225] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
William Lint Age: 29 State: PA Color: W Dist: 0012 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0145 Co: Fayette, Connellsville Relation: Brother Other Res.s: Head of Household Nora Lint

[NI048226] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Margaret Lint Age: 25 State: PA Color: W Dist: 0012 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0145 Co: Fayette, Connellsville Relation: Sister Other Res.s: Head of Household Nora Lint

[NI048265] lived to be 103 years old

[NI048299] William movd into a small house located on a corner of the farm. We know his wife Annie passed on in 1925 [she age 61 and him 63] and apparently a friend of his, Sarah Casebeer moved into the small house with him [their relationship was unknown] and after William passed on in 1933 the house was left to her.

[NI048558] Reformed Lutheran Church

[NI048581] Bud Myers says that the Cem. these folks are buried in is called the East Liberty Cem. & not the Dickerson Run Cem.

[NI048659] Richard is supposedly the foster child of Domenic Cesario

[NI048811] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Irvin Faust State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0169 Color: W Age: 32 B-Place: PA Visit: 0111 Co.: Somerset, Windber, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01320836 Other Resid.s:
Wife Gussie 18, PA
1 non-relative

[NI048813] Johnstown, PA. Trib, Jun 28 1939. (NOTE: CHARLES F. HOLSOPPLE, died 26 June 1939.). C. F. HOLSOPPLE Called By Death Aged Paint Boro Resident Succumbs at Home Mon. CHARLES FREMONT HOLSOPPLE, 82, a retired machinist for the Berwind-White Coal Mining Co., passed away at 6:30 am Mon. at his home, 212 Jefferson Ave., Paint Borough. The deceased worked for the local coal firm for a number of yrs before his retirement in 1930. He was b. in Paint Twp. Dec 6 1856, son of ADAM & SALOME (LAPE) HOLSOPPLE. He m. CATHERINE MINERVA SHAFFER Sep 8 1882. The couple began housekeeping on Market St., Johnstown, where they resided at the time of the flood of 1889. They removed to Windber in 1903 & had lived there since that time. MR. HOLSOPPLE leaves his widow & these chldrn: RALPH D., PHILIP E., & CLAIR S. HOLSOPPLE, & ESTHER, w. of JOHN HUNTER, & GLADYS, w. of JOHN REILLY, all of Windber; GUSSIE, w. of IRVIN FOUST of 214 Jefferson ave., Paint Borough, & CHARLES BYRON, of Warren, OH. 32 grdchldrn & 10 Grt-grdchldrn also survive. The deceased was a bro. of MRS. EVE SPEIGLER, of Johnstown. Funeral serv.s were held Wed. at 2:30 pm in the Scalp level Luth. Church, with interment in Berkley Cem., Johnstown. Charles Fremont Holsopple was a man of many talents, hard-working & well-respected by all who knew & loved him. He was quiet & soft-spoken. He spent much time with his small farm the village of Arrow, Somerset, his old age. He was a builder of houses the city of Johnstown, Pa. where he reared his family. He did Blacksmithing for many farmers the area around Johnstown & Somerset Co.. He also had, for a time, a Stone Quarry near Johnstown, where he quarried much of the stone used his various building projects.
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index Dist: 0154 Visit: 0002
Charles F Holsopple State: PA Color: W Age: 53 B Pl: PA Co: Somerset Relation: Husb ImageNum: 01950419 Other Residents:
Wife Cathrine M 45, PA
Dau. Esther G 13, PA
Son Byron C 16, PA
Son Clair S 08, PA
Dau. Gladys K NR, PA

[NI048814] From: Johnstown, PA Trib, Jun 25 1947: HOLSOPPLE, MRS. CATHERINE MINERVA, 82, d. at 4 p. m. Jun 23 1947, in home of son-in-law & dau. MR. & MRS. Irvin Foust, Carpenter Pk, Hollsopple. She was b. Sep 8 1864, in Jenner Twp., a dau. of CONRAD & CATHERINE (BAKER) SHAFFER. She was m. Sep 21 1882, to CHARLES FREMONT HOLSOPPLE, who d. Jun 26 1939. She was the mother of RALPH D., Windber; PHILEMON E., Windber; MRS. IRVIN FOUST, Carpenter Pk; C. BYRON, Windham, OH; MRS. ESTHER HUNTER. Windber; CLAIR S., 609 Pine St.; & MRS. GLADYS REILLY, Portage. Also 33 grndchldrn & 35 grt-grndchldrn. She was a memb of Mt. Zion Luth Church, Scalp Level. Servs: 1:30 p. m. Thu., Meek Funeral Home; 2 p. m. Mt. Zion Church, Rev. M. M. Smeal; burial, Berkley Cem. Friends received at funeral home after 4 p.m. Tue.

[NI048815] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Lewis Faust State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0154 Color: W Age: 29 B-Place: PA Visit: 0064 Co.: Somerset, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01320900 Other Resid.s:
Wife Lizzie 24, PA
Son Galen 06, PA
Son Dalas 02, PA

[NI048816] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Leslie Faust State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0154 Color: W Age: 21 B-Place: PA Visit: 0160 Co.: Somerset, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01320897 Other Resid.s:
Wife Carrie 19, PA
Dau. Sussie M 02, PA

[NI048820] 1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 17 Jun 1870 by H. J. Boyts
19 170 164 Livingston Charlotte 33 F W House Keeper 6,000 1,000 Pa
20 170 164 Livingston Mary 10 F W At Home Pa
21 170 164 Livingston Amanda 8 F W At Home Pa
22 170 164 Livingston Ida 5 F W At Home Pa
23 170 164 Livingston Bell 3 F W At Home Pa
24 170 164 Hammer David 23 M W farm laborer Pa

[NI048822] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Jacob J Livingston State: PA Dist: 0155 Color: W Age: 69 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0109 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head ImageNum: 02610126 Other Res.s:
Dau Malinda J 40, PA
Son William 38, PA
gdau Ida S 10, PA

[NI048834] Johnstown Trib, Nov 16 1966 retired member of state hwys dept, member of St Paul's Luth. Ch. He was the last surviving member of the Martin Rager family. Cambria Co. deed book 365 pg. 202; 12 Sep 1923 Ross Rager & wife Annie M. Rager of Jackson Twp. sell to Cora M. Dishong of Nanty Glo land on Cambria St. lot 71 south of Foster St. Land sold by Katy Petrick/Korman to Ross Rager on Aug. 9, 1918, recorded 17 Sep 1923. Nanty Glo Journal, June 14, 1923, under "Social Gossip" Ms Annie Fitz daug. of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Fitz & Ross Rager son of Martin M. Rager both of Jackson Twp. married by Squire Rowland at his office in Ebensbug, Tue.

[NI048847] Johnstown Trib, May 20, 1976, pg. 34 he was of the Luth. faith, employee of Gulf Refining Co., for 27 yrs, veteran of World War II & Korean War, member of Sunnehanna Lodge 742, F. & A. M.; Post 294 Amer. Legion; Menoher Post 155 VFW.

[NI048853] Lodge 386 Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen

He is5'6", medium built, gray eyes.

[NI048857] Johnstown Trib, Mon., May 26, 1958, He was a foreman in the Electrical Dept. of the Johnstown Plant of Bethlehem Steel Corp.

[NI048874] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Geo K Angus State: PA Enumeration District: 0111 Color: W Age: 45 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0048 County: Cambria Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00080643 Other Residents:
Wife Jessie E 41, Pennsylvania
Son Mervin J 16, Pennsylvania
Son Howard D 12, Pennsylvania

[NI048876] Nanty Glo Journal, Wednesday, June 25, 1986, Mr. Angus, a former school board member of the Conemaugh Valey school system, was a member and deacon of the Conemaugh Church of the Brethren; was a life member of the Cambria- Somerset Beagle Club, a member of the Franklin Local, Johnstown Federal Credit Union and served as treasurer of Steel Workers Good Fellowship Bowling League.

[NI048882] Mrs. Sarah HUMMEL, one of the most aged & respected resids of Richland Twp, d suddenly at her home, Geistown at 2:30 pm yesterday, aged 80 y 8 ms & 20 ds. Deceased was b & raised in Paint Twp, Somerset Co, on a farm 2 mis east of Davidsville, now owned by Mrs. Charlotte LIVINGSTON. Mrs. HUMMEL'S maiden name was CUSTER & she was m twice. Her 1st husb was Jacob LIVINGSTON, Paint Twp, d many ys ago. 4 chldn were b to this union, 2 of whom survive: Jacob, Hooversville, & Mrs. Mary HARSHBERGER, Geistown. Her 2nd husb was Samuel HUMMEL, Adams Twp, who d 11 ys ago. 5 chldn were b of this union, 4 of whom are living: Lizzie, w/o John YEAGER, Conemaugh; Samuel, single & at home; Nancy, w/o Simon THOMAS, Thomas' Mills, & Sarah, w/o William LAYTON, South Fork. She is also survived by 1 bro John CUSTER, Richland Twp, & 1 sis Mrs. Rebecca OAKS, Paint Twp, Somerset Co. Mrs. HUMMEL is survived by over 50 gchldn, among whom are Mrs. Emma HELSEL, 7th Ward; David HARSHBERGER, Dale Boro, & Mrs. Elmer BERKEY, Lorain, OH, & abt 30 ggchldn. The funeral will take place from her late home at 8:30 am Sun. Servs will be conducted in Luth Ch., Elton by Rev. H. C. Salem, Scalp Level, bur Elton churchyard. (Dunmyer Cem, Cambria Co., PA) // The last will & testament of Sarah Hummel, Richland Twp. Cambria Co. PA, I Sarah Hummel considering the uncertainty of this life & being of sound mind & memory do make & publish this my last will & testament in manner & form as follows to wit. After all my just debts & funeral expenses & grave stones for me & my late husb Samuel Hummel are pd I give & bequeath all the rest & residue of my estate unto my 4 chldn namely Elizabeth Hummel w/o John Yager, Samuel Hummel, Nancy Hummel w/o Simon Thomas, & Sarah Hummel w/o William Layton, share & share alike. & I do hereby constitute nominate & appoint my son Samuel Hummel & my son-in-law Simon Thomas executors of this my last will & testament & it is my desire that the same be done without applying to the courts or any unnecessary expenses & without strife or disputes. In witness whereof I the Testatrix have hereunto set my hand & Seal 11 May 1893. her Sarah X Hummel mark Signed sealed published & declared by the above named Sarah Hummel to be her last will & testament in the presence of us who at her request & in her presence have subscribed our names as witnesses thereto. Peter J. Lehman Jacob C. Domas State of PA, Cambria Co. ss. Before me Daniel A. McGough Register of the Probate of Wills & granting Letters of Administration in & for said Co., personally came Samuel S. Hummel, who being duly affirmed according to law doth depose & say that Sarah Hummel, late of Richland Twp. in said Co., d on or abt 20 Jun 1895, at abt 2:30 pm. S.S. Hummel Affirmed & subscribed this 20 Jul 1895. Daniel A. McGough Register. Cambria Co., ss. Before me Daniel A. McGough Register of Probate of Wills & granting Letters of Administration in & for said Co., personally came Jacob C. Domas one of the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing Will who being duly affirmed according to law does depose & say, that he was present & saw & heard Sarah Hummel the within-named testatrix sign, seal, publish, pronounce, & declare the foregoing instrument of writing as & for her last Will & Testament & at the time of so doing she was of sound mind, memory, & understanding, to the best of his knowedge, observation & belief. Jacob C. Domas Affirmed & subscribed this 20 Jul 1895. Dainel A. McGough State of PA, Cambria Co.. ss This day, before me, Daniel A. McGough, Register of Wills, in & for said Co., personally came Samuel S. Hummel & Moses B. Miller who being duly affirmed according to law, says: That they are well acquainted with Peter J. Lehman late a resident of Richland Twp., in the Co. aforesaid, who was one of the subscribing witnesses to the last will & testament of Sarah Hummel, late of said Co., deceased; that they are familiar with the handwriting of said Peter J. Lehman, having frequently seen him write his own name, as well as other matters; that the said Peter J. Lehman is now deceased; that they have carefully examined the signature of Peter J. Lehman to the aforesaid last will & testament, dated 11 May 1893, & they verily believe the same to be in the own proper handwriting of said Peter J. Lehman. S.S. Hummel Moses B. Miller Affirmed & subscribed before me this 20 Jul 1895 Daniel A. McGough Register State of PA, Cambria Co. ss. We, Simon Thomas & Samuel Hummel do affirm that as the Executor of Sarah Hummel late of Richland Twp. deceased, I will well & truly administer the goods & chattels, rights & credits of said deceased, agreeably to law, & that I will comply with the provisions of the law relating to collateral inheritances. Simon Thomas, Samuel Hummel Affirmed & subscribed before me this 20 Jul 1895, & Letters Testamentary granted to Simon Thomas & Samuel Hummel. Daniel A. McGough Register

[NI048899] Johnstown Trib Democrat, Tues., Oct. 23, 1979, He was an Army veteran of the Korean War. Manager & special agent of the SPCA of Cambria Co.. Married 40 yrs on Oct. 20, 1979. Member of Christian & Missionary Alliance Church; Central PA Police Officials Assc.; Nat'l Radio Posse; Amer. Legion; VFW; Teamsters Local 110; Johnstown Old Timers Baseball; Daisytown Sportmen's Club; & the Fraternal Order of Police. Was union counselor of the Greater Johnstown Regional Central Labor Council; staff member of the state Civil Defense Council. Graduate of Cambria Co. Fire School & Bureau of Mines first aid, CPR & swimming instructor. PA Rifle & Pistol Assc. & National Rifle Assc. hunter safety instructor. Former employee of pulmonary lab., Mercy Hosp., also a member of the Amer. Assc. of Respiratory Therapy. Received Red Cross &and Cambria Co. commissioner's awards for outstanding service at the time of the 1977 flood.

[NI048902] J-town Trib-Demo, Tue 27 Nov 2001. Berkey, Helen B, 80, Richland d 24 Nov 2001 while visiting family in NJ; b 5 Oct 1921, Johnstown d/o Robert R & Iva Pearl (Allbaugh) Given. Preceded by parents; husb George T Berkey who d 11 Oct 2001; bros Robert R Jr, John P & Albon' & sis Betty D Beatty. Survived by chdn: Larry M h/o Heidi Liebman, Mt Holly, NJ; Sherrie M w/o Matthew Pesce, Redington Beach, FL; Tommi C h/o Shari Spada, Myrtle Beach, SC; & Georae E Letizia, Tinton Falls, NJ; 14 g chdn; & 14 ggchdn. Sis of G Virginia Hamer, Conemaugh Twp, Cambria Co. Also survived by loving nieces & Nephews & devoted friends. Memb 1st UMC. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9pm Tue Harris Funeral Home, Richland. Serv 11am Wed, Rev Carl F Irvin Jr officiating. Bur Forest Lawn Mem'l Pk.

[NI048903] J-town Trib-Demo, Sun 13 Oct 2001. Berkey, George T, 80, Richland Twp d 11 Oct 2001; b 22 Mar 1921, Johnstown s/o Luther M & Jane (Worrell) Berkey. Preceded by parents; bro Elmer T; & sis Esther Murphy-Eckenrod. Survived by wife of 61y Helen B (Given) Berkey, Richland Twp; Chdn: Larry M h/o Heidi Liebman, Mt Holly, NJ; Sherri M w/o Matthew Pesce, Redington Beach, FL; Tomi C h/o Shari Spada, Myrtle Beach, NC; & Georae E Letizia, Tinton Falls, NJ; 14 gchdn; 14 ggchdn; sis-in-law Grace Virginia Hamer, Johnstown; & many nieces & nephews. George was vet WWII Marine Corps vet. He retired after 40y serv Conemaugh & Blacklick RR as conductor & brakeman. Memb Harmonie Singing Society & NRA. Friends received 2-4 & 6-8pm Sun Harris Funeral Home, Richland & 1 hr prior to serv at 10am Mon, Rev Carl F Irvin Jr. Bur Forest Lwan Mem'l Pk. Military rites by Menoher Post 155 VFW Ritual Team.
J-town Trib-Demo, Sun 14 Oct 2001. Berkey, George T, 80, Richland Twp, d 11 Oct 2001. Friends received 2-4 & 6-8 Sun at Harris Funeral Home, 500 Cherry Ln, Richland, & 1 hr prior to serv at 10 am Mon, Rev Carl F Irvin Jr. Bur Forest Lawn Mem'l Pk. Mimitary rites by Menoher Post 15 VFW Ritual Team.

[NI048904] Johnstown Trib, Thrus., October 21, 1948 Pvt. Albon E. Given, 19, killed in action June 20, 1944 in Voilly, France. Born June 28, 1925 in Johnstown, son of Robert & Iva Given. Attached to Co. A, 112th Engineers of First Army. Member of Beulah E. U. B. Church. Military rites Johnstown Post 294 Amer. Legion.

[NI048905] Johnstown Trib-Demo Wed May 30 2001 pg D7 - GIVEN, John P. Jr., 57, Summer­hill, d May 28 2001, UPMC Presby Hosp.; b Mar 251944, Johnstown, s/o John P. Sr. & Vera L. (Cohick) Given. Survived by wife, Marian J. Kush; chdn, John R., m to Susan Christina, Davids­ville; & Shelly, w/o Dominick George, Nanty Glo; gchdn, Lacey, Tyler, Travis & Shaylynn; & step-gdaugs, Audrey & Anna. Bro of Jacklyn For­nwalt, Bluffton, IN. Employed as truck driver & equipment opera­tor for Teamsters Union Local 110. He enjoyed hunting, fishing & nascar racing. Friends received 2-4 & 6-8 pm Wed at Baker-Harris Funeral Chapel, Conemaugh, serv 10 am Thu, Rev. Duane P. Blough officiating. Bur Richland Cem.

[NI048937] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Ed Gillin State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0117 Color: W Age: 36 B-Place: PA Visit: 0219 Co.: Cambria, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01610625 Other Resid.s:
Wife Myrtle 25, PA
Dau. Ester 08, PA
Son Ralph 06, PA
Son Lawrence 04, PA
Dau. Mable 02, PA

[NI048938] 1850 Census Jackson Twp., Cambria Co., PA 17 Oct 1850 Wm. L. Shyrock
23 87 90 Gillin William 27 M W Labourer Pa
Gillin Mary 26 F W England
Gillin John 5m M W Pa
1860 Census Jackson Twp., Cambria Co., PA
24 3050 3090 Gillan William 36 M farmer 2,000 600 Pa
Gillan Mary 30 F England
Gillan John 15 M Pa
Gillan George W. 9 M Pa
Gillan Timothy 6 M Pa
Gillan Margaret 4 F Pa
Gillan Robert H. 11/12 M Pa

[NI048942] Johnstown Tribune, December 18, 1980 was formerly employed at Haws Refractories.

[NI048943] Johnstown Trib Democrat, August 5, 1986 Lawrence "Pap" Gillin had 18 grandchldrn & 30 great-grandchldrn. Member of Ebensburg Post 4963, VFW. Retired from H. J. Apel Co., Ebensburg, with 30 yrs serv.

[NI049007] J-town Trib-Dem, Thu 21 Feb 2002. GIDEOS, Sandra L, Mundys Corner; d 20 Feb 2002, at home; b 21 Oct 1945, Jackson Twp d/o Stanton Sr & Mary (Wilton) Gillin. Survived by husb William P, to whom m 29 yrs; stepson William Gideos Jr, NYC, NY. Sis of Stanton "Ed" Gillin, Mundys Corner; Patricia Bodenshatz, Nanty Glo; David Gillin, Portage; Kenneth Gillin, Johnstown; Karen Janosik, Nanty Glo; & Fred Gillin, NC. Also Survived by bro-in-law Michael Gideos, NH; numerous nieces & nephews; & pet Josie. Memb St Paul's Evan Luth Ch, Mundys Corner. Friends recieved 2-4 & 7-9 pm Fri at Askewhouse Funeral Homes, Inc, Nanty Glo. Funeral 11 am Sat St Paul's, Pastor Lynn M Sanner officiating. Bur Ogden Cem at convience of family.

[NI049035] Johnstown newspaper, Sat., Sep. 3, 1949, pg 9 Ms Florence Rager FFA Sweetheart at Ebensburg-Cambria High School

[NI049045] Johnstown Trib May 31 1918: Mrs. Adam M. Miller (Ruth KELS), Wife of Adam M. Miller, d. at noon today at the Kels home(this is actually the Miller resident), 159 Blaine St., 19th ward, aged 46 yrs. She is survived by her husb., 2 sons, Valley J. Miller & Morley A. Miller, a dau., Ms Mary C. Miller & these bro.s & sis.s: Mrs. Lizzie Adams, of Tanneryville; Jonathan Kels of the 12th ward; George Kels of the 8th ward; & Mrs. Jennie Adams of Tanneryville. Mrs. Miller was a member of the 3rd Breth. Church & the pastor, Rev. George Jones will have charge of the funeral serv.s, the time to be announced later.

[NI049052] Johnstown Trib Democrat, Tues., May 14, 1991, pg 11, she was a member of St. Paul's Luth. Ch.; employed by former U-Save Markets & Penn Traffic, also the Altoona Giant Eagle market.

[NI049098] Trib abt 1925 Josiah GRAMLING, abt 70, res. Adams Twp, d. yest. 3pm at the home of gdau., Mrs. Pearl (SMITH) FINNS, Houtzfale, Clearfield Co., where he went a few dys ago on a visit with the FINNS family. The body was brought to Salix this afternoon by undertaker Fouch & taken to the RHOADES home from where the funeral will likely take place on Thu. Rev Mr. Shirley, Geistown, will be in charge of the serv.s. s/o Adam & Margaret (DUNMIRE) GRAMLING b. near Elton. bro. of Tillie HADEN, Oak St., & George GRAMLING, Salix, this co. The deceased was a woodsman & did considerable work cutting paper wood in Adams Twp. He was a mem. of Palestine congregation of the U.E. denomination, mem. of Sun. School, & taught music in the vicinity of Elton for many yrs. Abt 1877, he & Ms Mary Martha VARNER, d/o Jacob G. & Lydia (STRAYER) VARNER, m. at the Varner homestead near Elton, by Rev. Frank P. Saylor, retired minister of the Pittsburgh Conference of U.E. Ch., now residing at Somerset. Mrs. GRAMLING d. suddenly Mar 1921, at the GRAMLING home, Adams Twp. survive 2 sons & 2 dau.: Irvin, Windber; Savilla, w/o Emery THOMAS, with whom the deceased made his home since the death of his wife; Pearl, w/o Robert RHOADES, Elton, & Cloyd, at home. the remainder of the item is missing.

[NI049362] 2 children

[NI049494] Gospel Herald - Vol 84 # 38 Sep 24 1991 pg 14. Cable, Louise H, 88, Boswell, Pa; b Sep 12 1902, Bolivar, Pa to George H & Elsie (Robb) Hammer d Aug 2 1991. Surviving chdn: George, Cora Schertz; 2 gchdn, 3 ggchdn; sis Mildred Thomas. Preceded by Robert M Cable (husb). Funeral & Bur Aug 5 Thomas Menn Ch, by Donald Speigle & Homer Schrock.

[NI049496] Gospel Herald Vol I # 4 Apr 25 1908 pg 63, 64. Borntrager. On Apr 8 1908, Middlebury, IN, Millie w/o Daniel R Borntrager d aged 28y 3m 15d. She was oldest d/o Jacob & Elizabeth Wengard. She leaves husb & 2 chdn; parents & 8 bros & sis'. Bur Apr 10. Funeral by Manassas M Miller & D S Kauffman.

[NI049549] 1850 Federal Census Jackson Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 17 Oct 1850 by Wm. L. Shyrock
10 4 4 Dishong Abraham 30 M W Farmer 375 Pa
11 4 4 Dishong Mary 29 F W Pa
12 4 4 Dishong Israel 9 M W Pa
13 4 4 Dishong Margaret A. 6 F W Pa
14 4 4 Dishong Noah 5 M W Pa
15 4 4 Dishong David 3 M W Pa
16 4 4 Dishong Amanda 1 F W Pa

[NI049550] Mary Ann Dishong, a daughter of Paul S., was born in Bedford Co. in1820 before the family migrated into Cambria Co.. She grew up in the wilderness of the new Co. and in 1840 married Abraham Dishong who was her first cousin, the son of Peter F. Dishong. Abraham and Mary Ann made their home on land situated on the Laurel Run.Here Abe farmed and they became the parents of 15 children. He died on his land on Dec. 18, 1873, at the age of 54. Mary Ann married secondly to a friend of her first husband, George L.Bowser, who had become a widower. They were both over the age of 60 when Bishop Solomon Benshoff married them on Sept. 9, 1879.

[NI049558] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Levi Dishong State: PA Enumeration District: 0142 Color: W Age: 22 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0131 Co.: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01030928 Other Residents:
Wife Bertha 21, PA
Brother-in-law Chas Galbreath 19, PA

[NI049561] Graduated IN Normal School in 1898. The Albert G. Bantley & Bro. hardware store began in Windber PA in 1900 & continued as a partnership until 1903. Thereafter Albert did business at 1218- 1220 Graham Ave. as hardware & furniture store. At the same time, he became active in the coal business locally & at Kittanning & Glasgow. In 1903 he organized Citizen's Nat'l Bank & was president until the bank closed in 1930. He died at the age of 61.
Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Albert G Bantley State: PA Enumeration District: 0170 Color: W Age: 33 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0144 County: Somerset, Windber Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00390588 Other Residents:
Wife Emma 28, Pennsylvania
Daughter Mary 08, Pennsylvania
Daughter Florence 05, Pennsylvania
Son Albert 03, Pennsylvania
Son William NR, Pennsylvania
1 non-relative

[NI049565] 1850 census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA
114 Holsapple, Charles 47 M Farmer - 2500 Acres
Holsapple, Mary 43 F
Holsapple, Margaret 23 F
Holsapple, John 20 M Laborer
Holsapple, Christian 19 M Laborer
Holsapple, Sarah 17 F
Holsapple, Elisabeth 15 F
Holsapple, Susanna 12 F
Holsapple, Rachel 12 F
Holsapple, Barbara 7 F
Holsapple, Henry 2 M
1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA 17 Jun H. J. Boyts
13 153 146 Holsapble Charles 67 M W farmer 10,000 1,750 Pa
Holsapble Mary 62 F W wife Pa
Holsapble Susan 28 F W domestic servant Pa
Holsapble Barbara 26 F W domestic servant Pa

[NI049568] THE LATE ADAM HOLSOPPLE A Man of Probity, Wisdom & Justice--Tribute from a Friend. The TRIB has already printed an obit of the late Adam Holsopple, Esq., of Paint Twp., Somerset Co., but we gladly give place to the following communication: The venerable Adam Holsopple expired at 15 min.s of 8 am Wed. Jan. 30, 1889, aged 79 yrs 1 mo. & 19 dys, at the residence of his son Edmund. He was the only survivor of the Holsopple family. He was afflicted with a paralytic stroke in June,1886, which rendered him helpless, so that he could not move without being assisted. He did not suffer physically & retained all his faculties to the end, & with perfect resignation, awaited the final summons. He was born in Greenbrier Co., WV, Dec. 11, 1809. His father died in the War of 1812. He came with his widowed mother, 3 bro.s, & 4 sis.s, when he was 6 yrs of age, to what is known as the "Holsopple farm," near what is now Bethel Station. During his boyhood there were no schools in the vicinity, & his schooling consisted of 42 dys; being obligated to walk 6 mi.s morn. & even., beside attending to his daily chores. After his schooling he taught quite a number of terms of school. When quite young he connected himself with the German Reformed Church, & has ever since been a consistent member. He was married in 1835 to Miss Salome Lape. He was the father of 13 chldrn, in the order named: Helena, deceased, wife of Henry Ream; Lucinda, wife of Michael St.Clair, of Braddock; Edmund, at whose home he died; Isaiah, of Hillsboro, Somerset Co.; Flora, widow of Hiram Geiser, of Paint Twp.; Philemon E., of Upper Yoder, Cambria Co.; Adam L., of Goshen, Ind.; Adeline, wife of Jacob Custer, of Hillsboro; Simon P., of Paint Twp.; Eve, wife of Jeremiah Spigler, of Kring's Station; Salome, wife of Jackson St.Clair, of Morrellville; & Charles F., of Johnstown. He had 69 grandchldrn & 9 great-grandchldrn. He was a man of exemplary habits & strictly honest. He was elected Justice of the Peace in 1840. He served in that official capacity for 45 yrs. His ability, good sound judgment, & mode of conducting the office brought people from a distance to seek his advice. When a case was given in his hands he would counsel them to settle their difficulties. If so, he would throw off his cost, give them their dinners & "horse feed", & send them away happier & wiser. In this way he saved people thousands of dollars, & sent but 9 cases to court in 45 yrs. He was widely known & very popular throughout the Co. & did nearly all of the public writing for a number of yrs in his community. As a politician he always took a very prominent part. During the days he was a member of that party, & after the formation of the Rep. party he was a firm advocate. He was a leader of his party in his district, & the saying was "As Squire Holsopple votes so goes Paint Twp.." For this reason he was sought for by all the candidates of his party, & at his promise they could rely on Paint as being safe for them. He also served on the Board of Co. Auditors & quite a number of yrs on the School Board. He was a farmer by occup., & resided within 4 mi.s of where he was raised. He was physically very stout, & could turn his hand to almost anything. He always did his own wagon-making & blacksmithing. Through his extreme liberality & way of contributing he did not succeed in amassing a fortune. He was very neighborly, having lived so long in the same place, made a host of friends & loving relatives. These were what Squire Holsopple counted as his "wealth." Copied from The Johnstown, PA Daily Trib published (probably) in Feb. of 1889. NOTE: This was a photocopy of an old newspaper clipping in the possession of the late E. Ben Custer, of Elton, Cambria Co., PA Holsopple, Adam Jan 30, 1889 Aged 79 yr. 1 mo 19 days
1850 census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA
124 Holsapple, Adam 39 M Farmer - 1500 Acres
Holsapple, Salome 34 F
Holsapple, Helena 14 F
Holsapple, Lucinda 12 F
Holsapple, Edmund 10 M
Holsapple, Zariah (?) 8 M
Holsapple, Flora 6 F
Holsapple, Catharine 5 F
Holsapple, Phimen E. 4 M
Holsapple, Adam L. 2 M
Holsapple, Adeline 5 mo. F
1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 7 Jun 1870 by H. J. Boyts
22 4 4 Holsopple Adam 59 M W Farmer 4,000 1,000 Pa
23 4 4 Holsopple Adam L 22 M W carpenter Pa
24 4 4 Holsopple Simon P 18 M W At Home Pa
25 4 4 Holsopple Charles F 13 M W At Home Pa
26 4 4 Holsopple Nathaniel B 4 M W At Home Pa
27 4 4 Holsopple Solome 54 F W the Housewife Pa
28 4 4 Holsopple Eve 16 F W At Home Pa
29 4 4 Holsopple Solome 14 F W At Home Pa

[NI049569] JOHNSTOWN DAILY TRIB DEC 18 1939; MRS. DEBORAH MAY PAGE Mrs. Deborah May (Shaffer) Page, 45, w/o Sherman Page, Mineral Point, d. Mem. Hosp. 4:20 pm yesterday of lobar pneumonia. Funeral Serv.s will be held at the Charles Page home 2:30 pm Wed., with interment in the Wesley Chapel Cem. directed by Carl E. Davis, mortician. Rev. James Bird of Gallitzin will officate, assisted by Rev. Thomas Page, pastor of Wesley Chapel Meth. Ch. of which she was a member. She was admitted to the hosp. Oct. 25 & underwent a minor operation on Nov.11. b. Mineral Point, d/o Charles Shaffer, deceased, & Mrs. Emma (Ellen) Pergrin Shaffer-Yeager, Nanty Glo. Besides her mother & her husb., she is survived by 3 chldrn: Charles Sherman Page, Francis Owen Page, & Wilma Grace Page, all at home. She was a sis. of Mrs. Ferner Wise, Columbus,O; Emory Shaffer, Carnegie, PA; & Mrs. Emerson Carney, Mundy's Corner. She also was a half-sis. of Mrs. Beatrice Packard, Nanty Glo; Mrs. Olive Yoder, Mundy's Corner; Mrs. Ethel Roberts, Cleveland,OH; Harold Yeager, Nanty Glo; & Mrs. Jane Laufstrom, Elmira, N.Y.

[NI049570] Johnstown Trib, Mar 30 1896. MRS. SALOME HOLSOPPLE, relict of Adam HOLSOPPLE, Esq., who d. Jan 30, 1889, passed peacefully away at the residence of her son Edmund, near Holsopple, Somerset Co., on Sat. eve., Mar 28 1896, aged 79 yrs 6 mos & 1 dy. She was b. Shade Twp, Somerset Co., Sep 28 1816, & was d/o Mr. & Mrs. John LAPE. 3 sis.s: Mrs. Leah BERKEY, Hooversville; Mrs. Samuel LOHR, Bolivar; & Mrs. Rev. Joseph BERKEY, Hillsboro, PA survive her. 6 bro.s & 3 sis.s are d. She was m. to Adam HOLSOPPLE in 1835. Of this union there were 13 chldrn. The eldest dau. Lena was m. to Henry REAM & d. Jan 1 1862, aged 25 yrs. The following are the surviving 12: Lucinda, w/o Michael ST. CLAIR, Duquesne, PA; Edmund, with whom the deceased had been staying for a no. of yrs; Isaiah, Hillsboro; Catharine, w/o Hiram GEISER, Scalp Level; Adam L., Goshen, IN; Flora, 17th Ward, Johnstown, widow of Levi GRIMSLEY; Philemon E., Upper Yoder Twp, Cambria Co.; Eve, w/o Jeremiah SPIGLER, Kring's Station; Simon P., Shade Twp, Somerset Co.; Adeline, w/o Samuel KNABEL, Rummel; Charles F., Roxbury, Cambria Co.; & Salome, w/o Jackson ST. CLAIR, Morrellville. There are now of this union 62 gchldrn & 43 ggchldrn living. The deceased was a memb. of the reformed Ch. at Holsopple. Her Pastor, Rev. Frank WETZEL of Stoyestown, conducted the obsequies at the residence of her son Edmund on Tue. at 10 am. Interment was made at the Custer Cem., near Holsopple, PA, at 11am. The pall-bearers were 6 of her gsons, & sons of Edmund HOLSOPPLE.

[NI049572] 1870 census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA 9 Jul Hiram J. Boytz
25 199 199 Beaner George 46 M W farmer 1,200 550 Pa
Beaner Mary 52 F W wife Pa
Beaner Ellen 22 F W dom servant Pa
Beaner Jacob 18 M W at home Pa
Beaner Rebecca 9 F W at home Pa
Beaner William 7/12 M W Pa Nov
1880 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA O. W. Williamson
433B 29 68 72 Beaner George W M 53 Farmer PA PA PA
Beaner Susan W F 38 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Beaner Mary E. W F 6 Dau PA PA PA
Beaner George K. W M 6 Son PA PA PA
Bamheart Hulda W F 14 Step-Dau PA PA PA

[NI049583] Johnstown Trib Mae 14 1893 THOMAS - In Dale Boro Mon Mar 13 1893 at 8:15 AM of heart disease, Polly Thomas, w/o Edward Thomas, aged 47 yrs.

[NI049584] Johnstown, PA Trib iss 10 Mar 1927 p 26 col. 1. Mrs. Rachel Rummel, 78, Died Morrellville - Death at Dau's Home Follows 1 Mo's Illness; Husb d 1918. Mrs. Rachel Rummel, wid/o George Rummel, d 10:40 am this morn at home of her son-in-law & dau Mr. & Mrs. Harry Stutzman, 141 Wilson st, Morrellville, after illness of 1 mo. Her husb d Hooversville Dec 1918. Mrs. Rummel, who had made her home with her kin in Morrellville since the demise of her husb, was b Hillsboro, PA May 17 1848, d/o Michael Custer & Catherine (Lape) Custer. Following chdn survive: Mrs. Minnie Rogers, Hooversville; Mrs. Tillie Strayer, Hay st, this city; Mrs. Lizzie Johnson, Philadelphia; Mrs. Emma Johns, Hillsboro, PA; Henry Rummel, McConaughy st;& Mrs. Sadie Stutzman, w/o Harry Stutzman, with whom deceased lived. Funeral arrangements incomplete. Friends are requested to omit flowers.

[NI049586] 1850 census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA
53 Sees, Philip of M. 25 M Farmer - 250 Acres
Sees, Susanna 24 F
Sees, Noah 6 M
Sees, Elisabeth 2 F

[NI049587] Johnstown Daily Trib, Jan. 13, 1890 SEESE - In East Conemaugh, on Sun., Jan. 12, 1890, a 5 a. m., Noah P. Seese, aged 45 yrs. Interment under the auspices of the Grand Arny, of which the deceased was a member, today at Mundy's.

[NI049606] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Jacob Berhebile State: PA Enumeration District: 0154 Color: W Age: 31 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0179 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00440094 Other Residents:
Wife Dorah B 28, PA
Father Noah 68, PA

[NI049612] 1850 census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA
72 Rummel, Joseph 35 M
Rummel, Maria 28 F
Rummel, Elijah* 12 M
Rummel, Josiah 9 M
Rummel, Emanuel 5 M
Rummel, George 4 M
Rummel, Elisabeth A. 2 F
Rummel, Barbara 3 mo F
1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 8 Jun 1870 by H. J. Boyts
1 35 34 Rummel Joseph 62 M W farmer 1,600 Pa
2 35 34 Rummel Maria 52 F W wife Pa
3 35 34 Rummel John 19 M W At Home Pa
4 35 34 Rummel Lewis 14 M W At Home Pa
5 35 34 Rummel Barbara 13 F W At Home Pa

[NI049620] 1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 8 Jun 1870 by H. J. Boyts
32 41 40 Livingston Alfred 29 M W farm laborer Pa
33 41 40 Livingston Mary 24 F W wife Pa
34 41 40 Livingston Lorenza 4 M W At Home Pa
35 41 40 Livingston Clement 2 M W Pa
36 41 40 Livingston Ira 7/12 M W Pa Nov
1890 Census Veteran's Special Schedule Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA
33 147 156 Alfred W. Livingston Pvt I 54 Pa vol Oct 1861 Oct 1864 3 . Scalp Level Cambria Co Pa Piles
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Alfred M Livingston State: PA Dist: 0153 Color: W Age: 69 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0079 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head ImageNum: 02600947 Other Res.s:
Wife Mary 66, PA
Dau Etta Weaver 26, PA
Son Roland Weaver 08, PA
Son Fred C Weaver 05, PA
Son Herbert A Weaver 04, PA

[NI049639] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Ralph Holsapple State: PA Enumeration District: 0169 Color: W Age: 36 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0315 Co.: Somerset, Windber Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01950443 Other Residents:
Wife Manda 18, PA
Adopted son Milfred Wyant 10, PA
1 non-relative

[NI049653] Johnstown Trib-Democrat SHAFFER - Mrs. Norma Marie (Custer), 54, Pittsburgh, formerly of Johnstown, d. 6 am. Aug 30 1954, Pittsburgh. b Dec. 27 1899, Johnstown, d/o Theodore T. & Cora (Varner) Custer. Survived by hus., David J., & son, Robert K. sis. of Mrs. Alma Raymond, Johnstown, & Miss Evelyn Custer, & of the late Clair E. Custer. Friends received 2 pm Wed. at the John Henderson Funeral Home, 215 Central Ave., where services will be held 2 pm Thur., Rev. Frederick C. Fowler. Interment, Grandview Cem.

[NI049665] PA1910 Census Miracode Index
Other Residents: Head of Household J H Dilling
David Callihan Age: 23 State: PA Color: W;W Dist: 0169 B Pl: PA Visit: 0366 Co: Somerset, Windber
Relation: Boarder

[NI049670] Mr. P. W. (Percy) Shaffer was in the construction dept of the Berwind White Coal Co. office for more than 33 yrs. He had taught school in the Richland Twp. area for 6 yrs & served as principal in the Paint Boro schools for 10 yrs prior to working for Berwind. 2 of the chldrn of Percy & Elsie (Lehman) Shaffer, Glenn & Harold went on to be teachers at State College, PA

[NI049677] became the 1st local man to enter the medical profession in Windber.

[NI049685] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Adam Goudy State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0123 Color: W Age: 24 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0034 Co.: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Husb. ImageNum: 01550346 Other Residents:
Wife Nora 20, PA
Son Paul 01, PA
1 non-relative

[NI049700] Clark Shaffer, a well known athletic director & head coach at Greater Johnstown High School

[NI049706] Ms. Helen Steele, daug. of Emma Faust & Hamilton Steele & granddau. of Katie Ann Shaffer & Isaac N. Faust, is now retired in the Windber area after serving many yrs in the Windber High School system.

[NI049719] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Samuel Knavel State: PA Enumeration District: 0154 Color: W Age: 59 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0070 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02450565 Other Residents:
Wife Adaline 60, PA
Dau. Cletus 15, PA

[NI049720] 1900 census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA 4 June 1900 by Willis L. Powell
129A 5 17 18 Shaffer Frank Head W M May 1877 23 M 3 PA PA PA Farmer 0 Yes Yes Yes O M F 15
Shaffer Emma Wife W F May 1879 21 M 3 2 2 PA PA PA Yes Yes Yes
Shaffer Foster Son W M Sept 1897 2 S PA PA PA
Shaffer Grant Son W M June 1899 11/12 S PA PA PA
Custer Lasinda Sister in law W F Jan 1885 15 S PA PA PA Yes Yes Yes
Lohr Herlin Servant W M June 1884 15 S PA PA PA Farm Laborer 0 Yes Yes Yes

[NI049732] not positive Jacob belongs with these parents Michael Smoke has Jacob 1847-1848 son of Samuel & Sophia Seese, Donna Knup has Jacob 1847-1886 h/o Adeline, son of Samuel & Sophia Seese. However, this Jacob is a direct ancestor of Tom Camfield, Tom has him married to Catherine Lehman, d/o Joseph Lehman & Anna Livingston, but Linda Branan has 13 chldrn for this couple & doesn't list Catherine. In the burial records of Berkey Cem., Jacob & Adeline are buried right next to Joseph & Margaret, most likely (but not positive) Rodenhafer. Joseph is a son of Jacob & Catherine Holsopple, they have a son Jacob for which no one has data. I originally had him married to Sarah Kimmel & Jane Thompson, but further inspection was that these women were of one generation earlier & married to a Jacob who was son of another Jacob & Catherine. I will need to look for an obit, & also for census records - must not have been in Paint in 1850, Michael, John & Samuel are the only Custers shown there.[Brian Cartrwight, 28 Aug 1998] There is no death record in the Johnstown Trib, but 1870 census data received from Lori Jean Shaffer shows John & Polly with 23 yr old Jacob & 19 yr old Adaline in their home. This looks convincing.[Brian CARTWRIGHT, 18 Sep 1998]

[NI049737] CUSTER, Carrie W/O Irvin A. b 3-18-1878 d 1-22-1905 Johnstown Daily Trib Jan 24 1905 Mrs. Carrie Araminta Custer, wife of Evan [Irvin] Custer, of Windber, succumbed Sun. afternoon to spinal meningitis, aged 36 yrs. Besides her husb. & parents, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Lohr, she is survived by 2 chldrn. The funeral took place at 2 o'clock this afternoon, interment being made in the Berkey Church Cem.

[NI049739] 1880 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA O.W.Williamson Pg 22, 22 Jun
440B 34 196 206 Shaffer Hiram W M 43 Farmer PA PA PA
Shaffer Frances W F 43 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Shaffer Elias W M 20 Son PA PA PA
Shaffer Mary J. W F 18 Daughter PA PA PA
Shaffer Emma W F 15 Daughter PA PA PA
Shaffer Nancy W F 13 Daughter PA PA PA
Shaffer David W M 11 Son PA PA PA
Shaffer Elizibeth W F 7 Daughter PA PA PA
Shaffer Joseph W M 7 Son PA PA PA
Shaffer Franklin W M 5 Son PA PA PA
Shaffer Hulda W F 2 Daughter PA PA PA

[NI049762] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
William Custen Age: 38 State: PA Color: W Dist: 0154 Birth Pl: PA Visit: 0056 Co: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife July 41, Pennsylvania
Son Joseph O 16, Pennsylvania
Daughter Myrtle 12, Pennsylvania
Son Henry A 10, Pennsylvania
Daughter Carrie 08, Pennsylvania
Daughter Elva 05, Pennsylvania

[NI049765] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Jesse Custer State: PA Enumeration District: 0044 Color: W Age: 31 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0126 Co.: Fulton Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00680502 Other Residents:
Wife Amy 29, PA
Son Joseph H 07, PA
Dau. Nettie F 06, PA
Dau. Elsie P 04, PA
Son Albert E 02, PA

[NI049794] Mock Church of the Brethren (Mock Cem.) located between Ryot & Pleasantville, PA. From the intersection of SR 56 & SR96 in Pleasantville, go south for 1.4 miles. Turn right and go 0.8 mi.s to Mock Church of the Brethren. Clara Emma Rogers is buried at the right side of the Cem. near the front. Her parents are in the next row. Tombstone reads (note incorrect spelling of last name): "Clara E. Rodgers, Wife of J. R. Seese, Died Jan 28, 1904, Aged 19 Yrs 11 Mos & 3 Days
Like a flower she passed away, Destroyed in all her bloom, She left this world & all, To moulder in the tomb"

[NI049836] Johnstown Daily Trib, May 28 1909. CONRAD SEESE DIES IN BUCKS. Former Somerset Countian Passes Away in an Eastern Co. Windber, May 28, Conrad Seese d Mon. German Bapt settlement, Bucks Co. He was over 60 yrs old. He in a bro-in-law of Jacob Fox & moved to that section from Morrison's Cove. He had at one time resided in northern Somerset Co. Russell Seese remembers his grandfather (Conrad Jr) having a store in Ogletown, PA.

[NI049858] Catherine Mundy & another woman had been murdered about 1870 by 2 men named Mr. Bowser & Mr. Howser who were convicted & executed in Ebensburg, PA

[NI049934] Johnstown Daily Trib Aug 26 1892 SEESE - In Paint Twp., Somerset Co., Tue Aug 23 1892, John Seese, 74 yrs. Bur. Luth. Cem., Scalp Level. 2 Well-Known Paint Twp. Bro.s Dead. John Seese, a well-known resident of Paint Twp., Somerset Co., d. of dropsy Tue Aug 23, & bur. yest., Scalp Level. He was b. 1818, & was m. 1837 to Hannah Custer; living chldn are: Joseph & Hannah, at home; Emanuel M., this city; 2 daug.s, Paint Twp., ws/o farmers. Philip Seese, a bro. d. Aug 18. He also lived in Paint Twp. Johnstown Daily Trib Aug 29 1892 The Late John E. Seese To the Editor of the Johnstown Trib Sir: Having noticed an article in your paper concerning the d. of John E. Seese, Esq., which was in several respects erroneous, I take the opportunity of making corrections & giving some further info concerning him. Mr. Seese d. Tue Aug 23 1892, not of dropsy, but from the effect of something like a tumor. b. 1816, instead of 1818 on a farm 3 mi.s east of Scalp, then owned by his father. He moved on the farm on which he d. close to Scalp Level 1836, & his sis. Mary kept house for him. 1837 he was m. Hannah Custer. 11chldn were the result: Joseph, living on the farm; Emanuel, Johnstown; Rachael, Hooversville; Sarah, d.; Elizabeth, the Cove, Bedford Co.; Sophia, d.; John, dead; Hannah, at home; Kate, Hooversville, & Mary, d. Deceased was elected Justice of the Peace abt 30 yrs ago, & held for 5-6 terms in succession. He was an affectionate husb., kind father, & beloved by all who knew him. He was an active memb. of Luth. Ch. for 46 yrs. His seat was seldom vacant at serv.s. Luth. Cem. Records, Paint Twp., Somerset Co, PA Seese, John E. Dec 15 1816-Aug 23 1872 in 1837 settled on the old Seese farm, now [1906] owned by his son, Joseph J. Seese. There he passed all the remaining yrs of his life, serving his Twp. in the officies of school director, supervisor, assessor, tax collector, & notably in that of justice of the peace, for 25 yrs. For many yrs he was identified with the Whigs, later became a Rep. He was a memb. of Luth. Ch. John Lint was listed as the sponsor at John Seese's christening.
1850 census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA
75 Sees, John of E 34 M Farmer - 1000 Acres
Sees, Hannah 31 F
Sees, Joseph 11 M
Sees, Barbara 8 F
Sees, Emanuel 6 M
Sees, Rachael 4 F
Sees, Emanuel 57 M Farmer
1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 14 Jun 1870 by H. J. Boyts
23 112 98 Siez John 53 M W farmer 5,000 Pa
24 112 98 Siez Hannah 51 F W wife Pa
25 112 98 Siez Elisabeth 19 F W At Home Pa
26 112 98 Siez Sophia 16 F W At Home Pa
27 112 98 Siez Hannah 12 F W At Home Pa
28 112 98 Siez Catherina 9 F W At Home Pa
29 112 98 Siez William 1/12 M W At Home Pa Apr

[NI049936] Many in this family later moved to NE, IN, & MI but the parents chose to remain in Cambria Co., PA.
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 17, 1860
422 25 2766 2801 Ream Susan 36 F 80 PA
422 26 2766 2801 Ream Josiah 4 M PA
422 27 2766 2801 Ream Elizabeth 2 F PA
422 28 2766 2801 Eash Mary 8 F PA

[NI049937] Lutheran Cem. Records, Paint Twp., Somerset Co, PA, Seese, Hannah Jan 7 1819-Jun 5 1915 Johnstown Trib, Jul 22 1910 SEESES TO GET TOGETHER Custer & Lehman Families Also Invited to Hooversville. The Seeses will this yr hold their reunion Wed Aug 17 at Hooversville, where Grandmother Hannah Custer Seese, the pioneer of the family, who is in her 92 yr, is making her home with her son-in-law & dau. Mr. & Mrs. Henry J. Lehman. Owing to the large number of Custers & Lehmans who are related to Grandmother Seese, the Executive Committee has decided to issue a special invitation to these 2 families to meet with them this yr. in their annual gathering, & spend the day renewing old acquaintances & forming new ones. Ms Ada Meyers, Hooversville, is Chairman of the Program Committee, & will in a short time announce an interesting program for the entertainment of those who will attend.

[NI049941] Gospel Herald Vol XV # 47 Feb 22 1923 pg 927. Blough, Samuel Y b Davidsville, Pa Nov 4 1842 d Feb 1 1923 at same home where he was b, raised, & lived his lifetime aged 80y 2m 27d. He m 3 times. His 3 wives & 4 of his chdn preceded him. He is survived by 5 sons, 1 dau, 26 gchdn, & 11 ggchdn; also 2 sis'. He was memb Menn Ch. Funeral at Blough Ch Feb 3, by Bros Abram Metzler, L A Blough, & J F Bressler. Bur in cem near ch.
1870 Census Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA 8 Aug 1870 by H. J. Boyts
20 12 12 Blough Samuel 29 M W Farmer 1,000 PA
Blough Jane 24 F W wife PA
Blough Susan 4 F W PA
Blough Amanda 2 F W PA
PA 1910 Miracode Index
Samuel Y Blough 65 W PA Somerset FG
Head of Household Elmer J Blough

[NI049944] Johnstown Daily Trib, Dec 15 1909 Mrs. Henry Seese, 40 yrs old, mother of 12 chldn, all at home, d very suddenly about 10 pm last eve while sitting in a chair at her home near the big Berkey Ch., abt 4 mi.s from Scalp Level. Mrs. Seese was taken ill with typhoid fever abt 5 wks ago but her condition the past few days had been improved. Her death, it is thought, resulted from fever & heart disease. Mrs. Seese, before her marriage, was Miss Susan Berkebile. Besides her mother, Mrs. Hannah Berkebile, she is survived by her husb & the following chldn: Charles, Elsie, Sheldon, Carrie, Olive, George, Lloyd, Sherman, Harold, Brinton, Mabel, & an infant 1 yr old. She also has a no. of bros & sis.s living, among the former being Louis Berkebile, the well-known stock raiser of Stonycreek Twp., Cambria Co.Funeral services at 10 am Fri. at the Berkey Ch. Bur. in the cem. will be made by Undertaker Jeremiah Shull, of Scalp Level.

[NI049945] "...began his career as an agriculturist on the Kifer farm, 2 mi.s from Northwest Elon, Cambvria Co., PA. He subsequently sold the estate & purchased property in Paint Twp., where he remained 3 yrs. At the end of that time he disposed of the property to the B. & W. Coal Co. In 1898 he moved to Davidsville & there purchased a portion of the John Kaufman farm, on which he has since made his home. He is a Republican & a member of the German Baptist church."

[NI049951] Obit: Berkey-Carrie G., 88, Jerome, d Jul 28 1981, Mem. Hosp. b. Jun 27 1893, Paint Twp, Somerset Co., d/o Henry L. & Susan (BERKEBILE) SEESE. Preceded in death by parents, 5 bros & a sis. Survived by husb, Arthur H. & chldn: Lois, w/o M.J. ZIMMERMAN, & Ruth E., w/o Charles KEIM, both Davidsville; Charles E., Wyoming, MI; & Wilma C., w/o Rev. John E. EASH, Jr., Johnstown; 10 gchldn; 13 ggchldn. Sis. of Elsie RIPPLE, St. Augustine, FL; Lloyd, Windber; Sherman, Jerome; Rev. Herald, Boswell; & Mabel JOHNS, Greensburg. Memb Maple Spring COB, where she served as deaconess for many yrs, & Maple Spring Sr Citizens. Death ends a marriage union of 68 yrs. Bur. ch. cem. Contributions may be made to ch. bldg fund.

[NI049963] Dennis is recovering from an auto accident he had in April 1991 where he suffered a head injury that has left him disabled & unable to work. He had two businesses, & at present they are not considered viable. He is involved in the family trees & is compiling information that he would like to make available to ALL the family. Dennis is coping the best he can & appreciates it when you ask how he is & not tell him how he looks; he knows he looks great. Dennis has written over 300 poems, dealing with life in general & hopes to compile them into a written book at some time in the future. He is the owner of a number of patents for inventions he created & also has copyrights for the logos, names, & written slogons for the inventions.

[NI049968] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Josiah D Lehman State: PA Dist: 0093 Color: W Age: 46 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0007 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02770865 Other Residents:
Wife Sarah A 45, PA
Son Alvin C 18, PA
Dau Edith M 12, PA
Son Royal E 08, PA
Dau Doris M 06, PA
Dau Freda I 02, PA
ELTON MAN DIES HERE JOSIAH LEHMAN VICTIM OF HEART TROUBLE AT MEMORIAL Hosp. Josiah Lehman, of near Elton, aged 46, died at the Memorial Hosp. this morn., of heart trouble. The deceased had been in ill health for some time. He was admitted to the 8th Ward institution on Feb. 6th. He is survived by his widow & these chldrn at home: Louis, Irvin, Edith, Royal, & Dorsey. Another daug., married, resides in Moxham. The deceaseds mother, a bro. & sis., live near Ogletown, Somerset Co..NOTE: The death certificate is on hand for Josiah showing the name of his father & mother, reason for death, age, occupation, etc. This was the first clue for knowing the names of his parents, Levi and Catherine (Allison).

[NI049974] John J. SEESE killed Jacob Rose (his wife's cousin) in a fit of rage. Jacob Rose, was murdered by John J. Seese in the vicinity of Scalp Level, 22 yrs ago tomorrow Apr. 19, 1898. A quarrel between Seese & son of Mr. Rose's boys took place at the former's sawmill. When the old gentleman stepped between them, & Seese dealt him a severe blow on the head with a club, fracturing his skull. He died a few hrs later .Seese served 6 or 7 yrs in the penitentiary for the crime & died some yrs after his release.
1850 census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 5 Nov by Henry Cook
36 24 25 ROSE Jacob 24 M Farmer 300 PA
37 24 25 ROSE Sarah 25 F PA
38 24 25 ROSE Susanah 8/12 F PA
1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 16 Jun 1870 by H. J. Boyts
24 124 120 Rose Jacob 44 M W farmer 5,000 Pa
25 124 120 Rose Sarah 44 F W wife Pa
26 124 120 Rose Susanna 20 F W At Home Pa
27 124 120 Rose David 17 M W At Home Pa
28 124 120 Rose Emanuel 15 M W At Home Pa
29 124 120 Rose Jacob 11 M W At Home Pa
30 124 120 Rose George 10 M W At Home Pa
31 124 120 Rose Barbara 8 F W At Home Pa
32 124 120 Rose Sarah 6 F W At Home Pa
33 124 120 Rose Daniel 4 M W At Home Pa

[NI049984] Martha A. Nupp joined Amer. Red Cross in April 1943, during the war yrs, as Home Serv. Sec. with local ARC Chpt, Indiana, PA. After 16 yrs with the local chapter, she resigned in 1959 to accept a position with National ARC staff Eastern Area as Red Cross Field Rep. with hqs in Louisville, KY Red Cross Chpt. She provided serv. to many ARC Chpts in that area. In 1963, she moved to the Wilkes Barre, PA area to rep. Nat'l Red Cross providing ARC serv. to Local ARC Chpts in surrounding areas.Apr 1969 was another move from Wilkes Barre to East Orange, NJ to rep. National ARC hqs with the East Orange, NJ Chpt. She again provided ARC serv. to chpts in the surrounding area. Martha's final move was to Harrisburg in 1972. She was an ARC Division Rep. in that area from 1972 until the division dissolved in 1978 & Martha retired to return in Indiana, PA to live with her sis. in a home they had bought. Martha had ARC Disaster Training, therefore, she also had several Nat'l Disaster Assignments during her ARC career, i.e. IN - KY tornadoes & floods 5/5/61; Eastern Central KY tornadoes 6/10/61; Eastern KY - VA floods 8/2/61; IN, KY, OH, WV floods of Feb 1962 & Mar 1962; KY, VA & WV floods 3/14/63; & OH Valley floods 3/12/64. It was ARC People helping people in need to recoup from disaster. Martha was best noted as an individual who enjoyed working with all people where ARC help was needed.

[NI050001] J-town Trib Jul 30 1956 pg 20 RHOADS, Mrs. Laura Pearl, 70, Elton, d 10:45 pm Jul 29 1956, at home. b Mar 18 1886, Adams Twp., d/o Josiah & Mary (VARNER) GRAMLING. Preceded by son, Chalmer Jr., 1949. Survived by hus., Charles; chldn: Mabel, w/o Merle GIFFIN, & Mrs. Verona GIFFIN, both J-town R. D. 2; Erma, w/o Clarence VARNER, 516 Sunberry St.; Clema, w/o Clarence K. WINGARD, 2731 Bedford St.; Elvin, J-town R. D. 3, & Ferl, Syracuse, IN; 18 gchldn & 12 ggchldn. memb. of Elton EUB Ch.. Friends received 7 pm Mon R. Owen Ketterer Funeral Home, Geistown. Body will be removed noon Wed to Elton EUB Ch. service 2 pm Rev. C. Robert Whitlatch & Rev. Eli Miller. Bur., Dunmire Cem.

[NI050034] 1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 16, 1860
419 14 2744 2780 Layman Joseph 23 M farm laborer 125 PA
419 15 2744 2780 Layman Barbara 19 F PA
419 16 2744 2780 Layman John 4/12 M PA
1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 13 Jun 1870 by H. J. Boyts
12 99 85 Lehman Joseph 33 M W farm laborer Pa
13 99 85 Lehman Barbara 30 F W wife Pa
14 99 85 Lehman John 10 M W At Home Pa
15 99 85 Lehman William 8 M W At Home Pa
16 99 85 Lehman Samuel 6 M W At Home Pa
17 99 85 Lehman Joseph 5 M W At Home Pa
18 99 85 Lehman Normal 4 M W At Home Pa
19 99 85 Lehman Henry 2 M W At Home Pa

[NI050039] Johnstown Daily Trib Jul 18 1900 SEESE - In Johnstown 7th Ward, at the home of Mr. & Mrs. J. B. Holsinger, No. 188 Cherry st., on Tue Jul 17 1900, at 7:30 pm, Mrs. Margaret Seese, aged 63 yrs, 10 mo.s & 13 dys. Funeral at 2 p.m. tomorrow; interment in Grand View Cem.

[NI050041] 1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 15 Jun 1870 by H. J. Boyts
7 115 111 Lehman Henry 30 M W carpenter 550 Pa
8 115 111 Lehman Rachel 25 F W wife Pa
9 115 111 Lehman Nathaniel 5 M W At Home Pa
10 115 111 Lehman Ananias 4 M W At Home Pa
11 115 111 Lehman William 10 M W At Home Pa
12 115 111 Lehman Lehman 3/12 M W At Home Pa Mar
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Henry J Lehman State: PA Dist: 0155 Color: W Age: 70 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0086 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02770775 Other Residents:
Wife Rachel 63, PA
Mother-in-law Hannah Seese 91, PA
SIL Hannah 52, PA
Lehman, Henry J. ; Co. H 187th PA Vol. Johnstown Trib, Aug 24 1910 Henry J. Lehman, a well known resident of Hooversville, d. abt 10:30 this a.m. after an illness of less than 2 wks. Mr. Lehman was 71 yrs of age on Aug 1. He had been a resident of this place for about 13 yrs. The deceased was b. in Paint Twp., near Scalp Level. He is survived by his wife, who was Rachel Seese, Paint Twp., & 2 chldrn: Nathaniel, Hooversville, & Anna, w/o Jacob Roudabush, Holsopple. He is also survived by the following sis.s & bro.s; Mrs Susannah Blough, Moxham, Johnstown; Mrs. Daniel Foust, Scalp Level; Mrs. Daniel G. Berkey, Middlebury, IN; Mrs William Trevorro, Bucks Co.; Samuel Lehman, Windber, & Jacob Lehman, Windber. Rev. G. K. Allen, pastor of the Hooversville Luth. Church, will conduct serv.s over the remains at 9:30 Fri. a.m. The body will be taken to Scalp Level, where burial will be made.

[NI050043] In Jul 1900 elected as school director of Paint Boro
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Henry Fyock State: PA Dist.: 0029 Color: W Age: 52 B-Pl: PA Visit: 0251 Co.: Bedford, Relation: Husb Image #: 01310891 Other Resid.s:
Wife Elizabeth 59, PA
Dau Ester V 21, PA
Son-in-law Frederick Gindlesberger 28, PA
Dau Clara E 28, PA
GDau. Miriam Elverta 08, PA
Gson Herbert Kennet 06, PA
Gson Theodore Grant 02, PA

[NI050045] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Calvin M Galbreath State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0144 Color: W Age: 53 B-Place: PA Visit: 0188 Co.: Cambria, Relation: Husb.Image #: 01580426 Other Resid.s:
Wife Mary E 56, PA
Dau. Adda E 26, PA
Dau. Edith G 16, PA
Dau. Lillian B 14, PA

[NI050048] Johnstown Trib Dec 22 1913 DAVID J. ROSE, OF RUMMELL, EXPIRES Windber, Dec. 22 David J. Rose, a well-known & life-long resident of Rumble, d. Sun. morn. of a complication of diseases. Undertaker G. C. Mock, of Windber, will be in charge of interment in the Berkley Cem. following serv.s Wed. morn. in the Rummel Church of the Brethren. The deceased is survived by the following bro.s & sis.s: Susan, w/o Frederick Young; Barbara, w/o George W. Miller, Felton, DE; George & Daniel, Johnstown, & Sarah, w/o Josiah Lehman. Mr. Rose is also survived by his widow & the following chldn: Annie, w/o D. W. Naugle, Paint Twp; L. D., Windber; Norman, Rummel; W. L. & Daniel, Windber; C. J., a student at Elizabethtown, PA, & Austin, Paint Twp.

[NI050067] Dies At Age 95 - 135 Descs Survive Woman; Had 16 Chldn - Davidsville - Mrs. Rebecca Kaufman, 1 of oldest res. Conemaugh Twp., d yesterday afternoon at age 95. She d at 3 pm at home of dau., Mrs. J. W. Lohr, Davidsville. Mrs. Kaufman, last surviving memb of a family of 8 chldn, left 135 direct desc. Including 15 living chldn, 53 gchldn, 65 ggchldn & 2 gggchldn. The former Rebecca Shaffer, Mrs. Kaufman was widow/o Kore Kaufman, former Justice of the peace & carpenter, Davidsville. He d 3 Jul 1934. Mrs. Kaufman b 19 Jul 1854, Rummel, d/o Daniel & Elizabeth (Seese) Shaffer. Memb St. David's Luth. Ch., Davidsville, for 72 yrs.

[NI050070] Johnstown Trib May 9 1888 Samuel F. Custer, d. Scalp Level Mon, bur. yest. in German Bapt. graveyard at the Big Ch., Paint Twp. Serv.s conducted in Bapt. Ch., Scalp Level, of which the deceased was a memb, at 10 am, by Elders Hiram Musselman, J. Blough, & Hiram Lehman. Pall-bearers D. R. Brubaker, John M. Crist, Garrett Ream, Thomas Wissinger, Gillian Seese, & James Hershberger, all ex-soldiers. Bur. under the provisions of the Soldier's Burial act. Mr. Custer was a pvt during Civil War on Union side, Co. K, 206th PA Vol.s, commanded by Joseph S. Coulter. He filed an application sometime before his death for a pension, but his claim was rejected. He was abt 60 yrs of age, & had been sick for 8-10 yrs, being confined to his room for 25 wks prior to his demise. He leaves a widow & large family of chldn. From his son Hiram's obit -b"...was a pioneer wagon maker of Scalp Level. He served as pvt in one of the PA Co.s in the Civil War."
1870 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 6 Aug 1870 by John Wilkin, pg 3
14 20 20 Custer Samuel F. 41 M W wagon maker 800 300 PA
Custer Mary 39 F W housekeeper PA
Custer Barbary 17 F W domestic servant PA
Custer Lewis 14 M W PA
Custer Mary 12 F W PA
Custer Hiram 10 M W PA
Custer Lavina 7 F W PA
Custer Mehlon 4 M W PA
Custer Sarah 2 F W PA

[NI050108] Gospel Herald, Dec 9 1915 Custer. Lewis Custer of near Boswell, PA, b Oct 24 1855 d Nov 19 1915 aged 60y 26d. There remain to mourn their loss his beloved companion & 2 sons. 2 preceded him to spirit world. He was memb Menn Ch. He was bur Thomas Menn Ch. Funeral servs were conducted by brethren, L. A. Blough & James Saylor.
Johnstown Trib, Nov 22 1915 Louis Custer, of near Jerome, d suddenly on Custer farm on Fri due to a complication of diseases. he was a native of Somerset Co & was engaged in farming all his life. He is survived by widow, 2 sons, David, Jerome; & Samuel, Conemaugh; a bro Hiram, 255 David st; 2 sis', Mrs. Barbara Teeter, NY; & Mrs. Lavina Ameigh, Conemaugh, with 2 halfbros, Daniel Custer & Mahlon Custer, & a half-sis Miss Ellen Custer, all Scalp Level. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon from Menn Ch, Thomas' Mills. The services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Blough.

[NI050124] Stone in Daley Cem. no death date

[NI050153] Johnstown Trib, Aug 16 1941 DANIEL L. SEESE, 2ND WARD, DIES Was Active Townsend Club Worker; Funeral Services on Mon. Daniel L. Seese, 72, of 228 Conemaugh St., well known in the central part of town & an active worker in the Townsend Club, died at 5:30 a.m. this morning in Mercy Hosp.. He was admitted to the Hosp. on Aug. 4 & underwent an operation for the amputation of a leg a few days later. Mr. Seese last worked about 5 yrs ago as a truck driver for the Arrow Furniture Co. & prior to that was employed by the Swank Hardward Co.. He was actively identified with the Johnstown Townsend Club No. 11, of which his widow is 1st vice-pres.. Born in Rummel, Somerset Co., he was a son of David & Mary (Thomas) Seese, both deceased, & he was married twice. His 1st wife was the former Tennie Baumgardner, who died a number of yrs ago. Surviving are his 2nd wife, Mrs. Catherine (Knipple) Swartz-Seese; 2 dau.s - Mabel, wife of Clarence Anders of baltimore, MD, & Lillie, wife of George Lias of Sarah Ave., both born to the 1st union - & a step-son, Jack Swartz, at home. 2 grandchldrn, 2 great-grandchldrn & a bro., William Seese of Ferndale Ave., also survive. Funeral serv.s have been arranged for 2 p.m. (DST) on Mon. at the Seese home, in charge of Rev. Archie Lynn, pastor of the 1st Breth. Ch. Burial in Grandview Cem. will be directed by the John Henderson Co.

[NI050189] 1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 25, 1860
443 7 2913 2951 Gilman Jacob 36 M farmer 1000 950 Baden
Gilman Susan 30 F PA
Gilman Jacob 9 M PA
Gilman Sarah 8 F PA
Gilman William 7 M PA
Gilman John 5 M PA
Gilman Frederick 3 M PA
Gilman Sophia 1 F PA
Byers Harmon 14 M PA

[NI050206] Trib Demo Feb 21 1969. SEESE, MRS. ELIZABETH, 90, formerly of Windber, d. Feb 19 1969, Berlin, PA. b. Jul 13 1878, Rosedale, PA, d/o RANDALL & CAROLINE (RIBBLETT) McCREARY. Preceded in death by parents; husb., WILLIS, in 1942; 3 daug.s; 2 sons, 2 sis.s, 4 bro.s & 3 infant sis.s & bro. Survive dau., ROSIE FERN, w/o CHARLES STULTZ, New Paris; son, DALE, m. ALLEGRA HIRONIMUS, Boswell; 7 gchldn 13 ggchldn 4 gggchldn. Sis. of MATTIE MILLER & NELLIE RODGERS, both Johnstown; DAISY GOCHNOUR, Mineral Point; & BENJAMIN, New Paris; also a number of nephews & nieces. Mem. of Scalp Level Ch. of the Nazarene. Friends received 7-9 pm Thu & 2-4 & 7-9 pm Fri W. Edgar Meek Funeral Home, Windber, where serv.s will be held 11 am Sat Rev. George Lashley. Bur. Richland Cem.

[NI050516] 1900 Census: Jun 22, 1900 by Duff G. Manges, Supv Dist No 13, Enum Dist No 166, sheet 5B, dwelling no 66, family no 68:
SEESE, Joseph, head, white, male b Dec 1852, age 47, m 17 yrs, b PA, parents b PA, farmer, can read, write, speak english, home rented;
Mary Ann, wife, white, female, b. Aug 1853, age 46, m 17 yrs, b PA, parents b PA, can read, write, speak english;
John H., son, white, male, b. Feb 1883, age 17, single, log worker, can read, write, speak english;
Emmanuel E., son, white, male, b Aug 1893, age 6, b. PA;
Elmer B., son, white, male, b. Jan. 1896, age 4, b. PA;
Annie L., dau., white, female, b. Apr. 1898, age 2, b. PA
1910 Census April 20-21, 1910, by: A.M.,
SEESE, Joseph, hoh m, w, age 56, m 12 yrs, b PA, parents b PA, speak, read, write english, farmer, pd by own acct, house rented
Mary A., wife, f, w, age 55, m 12 yrs, had 4 chldn all living, b. PA, parents b PA, speaks English, can read & write, is a homemaker;
Emanuel E., son, m, w, age 17, single, b PA, speak, read, write english, at home,
Elmer B., son, m, w, age 15, single, b. PA, speaks English, in school, can read & write;
Annie, dau., f, w, age 1?, single, b. PA, in school, can read & write; Ida, dau., f, w, age ?, single, b. in PA, in school;
Emmanuel J, father, m, w, age 81, widowed, b. PA, parents born PA
1920 Census: 17, 18, and 20th of Feb., 1920, by Harry Baumgardner, Sheet 1, Supv. Dist No. 21, Enum. Dist No. 189,
SEESE, Joseph W., hoh home owned free, male, white, age 67, m, read, write, speak Eng. b PA, parents b PA, farmer, pd by own acct, farm schedule #9;
Mary, wife, female, white, age 63, married, speaks english, able to read & write, b. PA, parents born PA;
Elmer B., son, male, white, age 23, single, can read, write, & speak english, b. PA, laborer, farm work, wages;
Annie, dau., female, white, age 21, single, can read, write, & speak english, b. PA;
Ida, dau., female, white, age 19, single, can read, write, & speak english.

[NI050533] Date taken: 17, 18, & 20th of Feb., 1920, by Harry Baumgardner, Sheet 1, Supv. Dist No. 21, Enum. Dist No. 189, SEESE, Emmanuel E., head, home rented, male, white, age 26, married, can read, write, & speak english, b. PA, parents b. PA, Teamster, hauling lumber, paid by wages; Mary E., wife, female, white, age 18, married, can read, write, & speak english, b. PA, father b. W V, mother b. PA

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