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[NI065382] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
James F Jamison State: PA Enumeration District: 0065 Color: W Age: 40 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0192 Co.: Indiana Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02250961 Other Residents:
Wife Gertrude 36, PA
Son Edgar C 10, PA
Son Russell C 07, PA

[NI065383] moved with his parents to near Darmstadt, Parish of Gross-Gerau, before 1694

[NI065396] Melchior, place & date of birth ukwn; Resided (1760-2-1780's) Upper Delaware Ward, Phila., PA. 1790 Census - Middle Dist., Phila., PA. Church - St. Michael's & Zion Church where reports of chldrn births & baptisms are recorded, plus records of Melchior's 2nd marriage. Military record - Aug 17, 1778 listed on a General return of the 4th Batt., Capt. Anthony Wilkinson Co. (Rev. war period), 1785 on Muster Roll of 7th Co., 1st Batt., Phila., commanded by Lt. Col. John Shee - 1787 on Muster Roll, 8th Co, 3rd Batt., Phila. Melchior apparently d. intestate - Index to Philadelphia Co., wills, Year 1810, No. 98: Weisinger, Melchior Admin. M 154, listed; site of burial ukwn. Also, Melchior's parentage is questionable. The names of his dau.s Anna & Maria are names of his aunts; Barbara, the names of another aunt & his sis.; Catherine, his mother's name; Maria, also his wife middle name.
Melchior Weisinger of Philadelphia, wine worker; dated July 18, 1811; wife Anne Weisinger; daus Nancy Burkhart, Susan Davis & Margaret, widow/o son Michael; dau Mary Firing; gsons, Thomas & William Weisinger & their sis Mary; Mary Weisinger, d/o son John, deceased; Margaret, mother of said Thomas, William & Mary; gson, Jacob Lentner; executor, nephew, Michael Walter; Margaret widow/o son John not to be entitled to any part of estate bequeathed to her dau Mary; witness Robert Whitehead, Samuel Volans, Richard Yardley; executor renounced, administration to Benjamin Rulon & Charles C. West, Apr 19 1819 Book M, page 154 Abstracts of Wills Recorded in the Administration Books, Register's Office, Philadelphia, PA

[NI065441] Last Will & Testament of Catherine Wissinger In the name of God Amen, I Catherine Wissinger being sick in body & weak of body, but of sound & disposing mind & memory, do make this my Last Will & Testament , first I recommend my soul to Almighty God, & my body to the Earth, as to my worldly Estate I give & bequeth as follows. First I order that my just debts shall be paid & my funeral charges. Secondly, I give & bequeth unto my Daughter Catharine my bed & worsted (?) & my sadle & I shovel & tongs & duch oven & pewter ?? & an iron pot. It is my Will & I do order that all the remaining part of my goods & chattle shall be equally divided between my daus Barbary & Catherine. I do hereby acknowledge & confirm the above to be my last Will & Testament , in ?? where unto I have set my hand & condition seal this 5 Sep 1793, before the subscribing witnesses. Jacob Gitzendanner _______ Goughnour William Tokans her Catherine X Wissinger (SEAL) mark Frederick Co., Sep 10 1793 Then came Jacob Gitzendanner & William Tokans two of the subscribing witness to the aforegoing last Will & Testament of Catharine Wissinger late of Frederick Co. deceased, & made oath on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that they did see the Testator, therein named sign & seal this Will, that they heard her publish pronounce, & declare the same to be her last Will & Testament, that at the time of her so doing she was to the best of their apprehensions of sound & disposing mind memory & understanding, that they respectively subscribed their names as Witnesses to this Will in the presence & at the request of the Testator that they ?? ?? other subscribing Witness sign his name as ?? this Will in the presence & request of the Testator & all in presence of each other. Signed, George Murdock Reg

[NI065452] Obit in Johnstown Trib Mar 27 1940: MRS. MANGUS DIES IN 7TH WARD. Widow/o Civil War Vet. Was 88 Yrs old; Injured in fall. Mrs. Rebecca J. Mangus, 88, widow/o Gabriel Mangus, Civil War vet d at home of her dau Mrs. Sue Anna Ashby, 726 Messenger St, at 1 am this morn. Mrs. Mangus was injured in a fall 2 yrs ago & had been bedfast since. Death was directly due to a stroke of paralysis; b Somerset Co Feb 13 1852, Mrs. Mangus was d/o Mrs. Susan (Spiker) Berkey-Mishler, deceased. She was half-sis of George Mishler, Bedford St; Peter Mishler, Stillwater, OH; Mrs. Della James, 683 Bank St, Dale, & Jacob Mishler, Hickory St. Surviving Mrs. Mangus are 2 chdn: Elmer Grubb, Wood St, & Mrs. Ashby, with whom she made her home. 3 chdn preceded her in deah: WiIliam, John & Benjamin, the latter dying in infancy. Gabriel Mangus, her husb who serv in 21st Cav during Civil War d abt 25 yrs ago in Soldiers Home, Dayton, OH, where he retired because of ill health. Mrs. Mangus was lifelong memb of Breth Ch & affiliated with 1st Ch, Napoleon & Dibert Sts. She also was mem Loyal Women's Bible Class of that Sun school. The remains have been removed to John Henderson Co Funeral Home, Main St, servs Fri afternoon by Rev Archie Lynn, hour to be set later. Bur Sandyvale Cem.

[NI065463] 1870 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 9 Aug 1870 by H. J. Boyts
34 47 47 Livingston Daniel 29 M W Farmer 1,800 300 Penna can't write
35 47 47 Livingston Rachel 31 F W wife Penna
36 47 47 Livingston Amanda 5 F W at home Penna
37 47 47 Livingston Catharine 3 F W at home Penna
38 47 47 Livingston Jacob 1 M W at home Penna
39 47 47 Livingston Marqureta 68 F W Retired House Keeper Penna can't read or write
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
David Livingston State: PA Dist: 0133 Color: W Age: 69 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0113 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head ImageNum: 02610041 Other Res.s:
gdau Annie B Cable 10, PA
TRIB Jun 5 1930 DAVID LIVINGSTON, well-known Moxham Civil War vet, whose health had been impaired for a long time, d. last eve at his home, 822 Central Ave., 17th Ward, 89 yrs. His death was due to a complication of diseases. b. May 5 1841, Foustwell, Somerset Co., where his ancestors settled many yrs ago. gfather & namesake was a soldier in the Rev. War under Washington & res. Somerset Co. for a long time after the close of the war of 1776. farmer near Foustwell for many yrs before locating in Moxham 8 yrs ago. m. twice, 1st wife, RACHEL (HOLSOPPLE) LIVINGSTON, d. 23 yrs ago. survive widow, Mrs. ANNIE E. (SIDMAN) LIVINGSTON, & chldn by 1st union: MRS. KATE DEARMEY, 737 Coleman Ave.; AMANDA, w/o JACOB REAM, Foustwell; CHARLES LIVINGSTON, Clark St., Hooversville; MRS. N. J . VIRGIN, Foustwell; MRS. EVA WEAVER, David St., Dale; & MRS. SARAH OTT, Holsopple. A dau., MRS. RACHEL CABLE, Foustwell, preceded to the grave. surv'd 44 gchldn 88 ggchldn 2 gggchldn. During the Civil War in Co. C, 52d Reg., P.V.I., under Col. John Dodge, jr., who had previously serv. as Capt. in the 11th PA Reg.e was identified with Emory Fisher Post No. 30, G.A.R., & for many yrs looked after the placing of flags on the graves in Foustwell & other parts of Somerset Co. for the local post during the observance of Mem. Day. 4 gsons serv. WWI. The body was taken to the Ott home in Holsopple today. funeral serv.s, charge of the officers of Emory Fisher Post, will be held in the U.B. Ch. 2pm Sat Bur. Foustwell Cem. Rev. G.E. Smith, Holsopple, & Rev. H.A. Buffington, Conemaugh.

[NI065467] Trib-Demo Nov 7 1962 RODDY, Sydney E., 92, 120 5th Ave, Altoona, formerly of Johnstown, d. abt noon Nov 6 1962, at home. b. Somerset Co. Jan 10 1870, s/o Samuel & Elizabeth (WERTZ) RODDY. Preceeded by w. Mary VICKROY, Jan 1942, & 5 sons. Survive chldn: Ella, w/o Charles MICKEL, whom he resided; Stella ELLIS, Border Dam, Johnstown; Esther, w/o William COUTTS, Johnstown; & Ethyl, w/o John HUNTLEY, Camden, NJ; 18 gchldn, 36 ggchldn 7 gggchldn. Friends received at Fred Geisel Funeral Home 7 pm Wed. serv. 2 pm Fri, Rev. Robert G. Callihan. Bur. Benshoff Hill Cem. 5 sons preceeded him: William A., hus/o Dorothea Altmayer; Walter; Howard S., hus/o Julia ELLIS; Arthur & Sydney Earl, Jr.

[NI065469] 1870 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 8 Aug 1870 by H. J. Boyts
9 3 3 Roddy Samuel 33 M W Cooper Penna
10 3 3 Roddy Elizabeth 35 F W wife Penna
11 3 3 Roddy Alice Ann 8 F W at home Penna
12 3 3 Roddy Ellio U. 7 F W at home Penna
13 3 3 Roddy Nelson 5 M W at home Penna
14 3 3 Roddy Amanda 3 F W at home Penna
15 3 3 Roddy Sydney 5/12 M W at home Penna

[NI065473] 1850 Census Jenner Twp., Somerset Co., PA 24 Aug John J Schell
27 6 6 Berkey John 33 M W Blacksmith PA
Berkey Rachel 27 F W PA
Berkey Amanda 8 F W PA
Berkey Sophia 6 F W PA
Berkey Jacob 4 M W PA
Berkey Jonathan 10/12 M W PA

[NI065482] 1850 Census Somerset Twp., Somerset Co., PA 23 Aug 1850 J. J. Schell
42 132 140 Berkey Nicolas 50 M Laborer PA .
Berkey Catharine 44 F W. PA
Berkey Edward 19 M Laborer PA
Berkey Harmon 17 M Laborer PA
Berkey Catharine 15 F PA
Berkey Abraham 13 M PA
Berkey Nancy 11 F PA
Berkey Isaac 9 M PA
Berkey Elisabeth 7 F PA
Berkey Nicolas 5 M PA
Berkey Matty 3 F PA
Berkey Simon D. 8/12 M PA
Berkey Catharine 50 F PA

[NI065483] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 5 Jul Pg 18 Christian Streng
12 129 132 Berkey Catharine 64 F W Keeping house 200 PA
Berkey Simon D. 19 M W Laborer PA
Berkey Martha 21 M W PA
1880 Census Somerset Boro, Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA by Geo.W.Benford Jun 1-10 1880
24 2 485B 36 16 19 Berkey Catharine W F 75 Keeps House PA Pa Pa
Berkey Simon D. W M 28 Son Laborer PA Pa Pa

[NI065484] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
249 129 BERKEY Daniel 50 M Laborer PA
249 129 BERKEY Catharine 50 F PA
249 129 BERKEY Catharine 18 F PA
249 129 BERKEY Isabella 16 F PA
249 129 BERKEY John 9 M PA
249 129 BERKEY Cyrus 7 M PA

[NI065487] 1850 Census Stoneycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA
253 153 RINGLER Alexander 24 M Laborer PA
253 153 RINGLER Rosanna 24 F PA
253 153 RINGLER Valentine 1 M PA
1870 Federal Census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 29 Jun 1870 Jno. Hicks
9 288 297 Ringler Alexander 46 M W Farmer 440 PA.
10 288 297 Ringler Roseann 47 F W Keeping House PA
11 288 297 Ringler Valentine 21 M W Farm Lab. PA.
12 288 297 Ringler Leaman 17 M W Farm Lab. PA
13 288 297 Ringler Mary 08 F W PA
14 288 297 Ringler Lizzie 04 F W PA
15 288 297 Ringler Sarah 04 F W PA

[NI065491] 1870 Census Stoney Creek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 22 Aug 1870 by Christian Streng
30 126 131 Berkey John 29 M W Laborer PA
31 126 131 Berkey Sarah 20 F W Keeping house PA
32 126 131 Berkey Charles 5 M W PA
33 126 131 Berkey Joseph 3 M W PA
34 126 131 Berkey Susan 1 F W PA
Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
John Berkey State: PA Enumeration District: 0162 Color: W Age: 69 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0273 County: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00450855 Other Residents:
Wife Sarah 62, Pennsylvania
Son Secno 27, Pennsylvania
Son Elmer 29, Pennsylvania
Grandson Monroe 07, Pennsylvania

[NI065493] 1870 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 15 Jul Pg 35 Christian Streng
11 271 273 Berkey Cyrus 29 M W Laborer 150 PA
Berkey Rebecca 29 F W Keeping house PA
Berkey Mary 6 F W PA
Berkey Theodore 4 M W PA
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Cyrus Berkey State: PA Dist: 0154 Color: W Age: 67 B Pl: PA Visit: 0335 Co: Westmoreland Relation: Husb ImageNum: 00440865 Other Residents:
Wife Rebecca 68, PA
Son John H 34, PA

[NI065497] 1850 Federal Census Jenner Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 24 Oct 1850 by John J Schell
10 243 253 Berkey Joseph 31 M W Laborer PA
11 243 253 Berkey Adeline 30 F W Germany
12 243 253 Berkey Susan 6 F W PA
13 243 253 Berkey Matilda 3 F W PA
14 243 253 Berkey Henry A 6/12 M W PA
15 243 253 Stroble Andrew 35 M W Wagon Maker Germany

[NI065501] 1860 Federal Census Middlecreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA Taken by John Campbell
596 PLETCHER., Samuel 63 m Farmer PA
Elizabeth 47 f Spinster PA
Jacob 23 m Laborer PA
Mary 22 f Seamstress PA
Henry 18 m Laborer PA
Anne 14 f PA
Simon 12 m PA
Daniel 11 m PA
Abram 7 m PA
Sarah 5 f PA

[NI065502] 1870 Census Somerset Boro, Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 25 Jun 1870 by Christian Streng
31 133 142 Witt John 54 M W Surveyor 4,000 150 PA
Witt Mary 50 F W Keeping house PA
Witt Winfield 17 M W PA
Witt Margaret 15 F W PA
Witt Mary 12 F W PA
Witt Ida M 8 F W PA
1880 Census Somerset Boro, Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA by Geo. W. Benford Jun 1-10 1880
24 23 496A 24 204 227 Witt John W M 64 Surveyor PA Pa Pa
Witt Mary W F 62 Wife Keeping House PA Pa Pa
Witt Margaret W F 23 Dau PA Pa Pa
Witt Mary J. W F 21 Dau PA Pa Pa
Bingham Lewis W M 9 Grand Son PA Pa Pa

[NI065517] 5 of his chldrn died at young age in Flu epidemic that raged thru the twp. Family legend passes down the story of how the youngsters all died, one the other, & were buried in a small gravesite behind the old homestead. Neighbors in the areaa, even today, can tell this story, that passed down to them. One story is told that while the Fyock Family was burring one of the youngsters they returned home to find another had died.
1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 8 Jun 1870 by H. J. Boyts
8 37 36 Fyock Samuel 35 M W farmer 3,000 Pa
9 37 36 Fyock Polly 31 F W wife Pa
10 37 36 Fyock John 9 M W At Home Pa
11 37 36 Fyock Amanda 1 F W Pa

[NI065520] d. at 18 mos.

[NI065534] 1850 census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA
38 Gordon, David 55 M Farmer - 200 Acres
Gordon, Franey 54 F
Gordon, Samuel 26 M
Gordon, Barb * 24 F
Gordon, Jacob * 22 M
Gordon, Anna * 20 F
Gordon, David * 18 M Laborer
Gordon, Franey* 15 F
Gordon, John C * 13 M
Reber, Magdalene 70 F
Leverstone, Mary Ann 4 F

[NI065535] 1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 16 Jun 1870 by H. J. Boyts
3 134 129 Gordon Samuel 46 M W Carpenter Pa

[NI065537] 1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 9 Jun 1870 by H. J. Boyts
18 54 52 Gorden Jacob 42 M W farmer 1,000 Pa
19 54 52 Gorden Caroline 42 F W wife Pa
20 54 52 Gorden Andrew 14 M W At Home Pa
21 54 52 Gorden Levi 12 M W At Home Pa
22 54 52 Gorden Noah 10 M W At Home Pa
23 54 52 Gorden Jacob 6 M W At Home Pa
24 54 52 Gorden Lewis 3 M W At Home Pa

[NI065541] 1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on 9 Jun 1870 by H. J. Boyts
25 55 53 Gorden John 33 M W farmer 1,000 Pa
26 55 53 Gorden Elisabeth 29 F W wife Pa
27 55 53 Gorden Francis 12 M W At Home Pa
28 55 53 Gorden Albert 10 M W At Home Pa
29 55 53 Gorden Hiram 9 M W At Home Pa
30 55 53 Gorden Leonard 6 M W At Home Pa
31 55 53 Gorden Calvin 5 M W At Home Pa
32 55 53 Gorden Mary Ellen 3 F W At Home Pa
33 55 53 Gorden Joseph 1 M W At Home Pa
34 55 53 Reber Margaret 102 F W W Retired House Keeper Pa

[NI065542] 1850 Federal Census Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA
48 49 LEHMAN Joseph 26 M Farmer
Catharine 21 F
John 2 M
Mary A. 1 F

[NI065553] Gospel Herald Jun 18 1936 Vol XXIX #12 pg 254, 255. Thomas, Pollie (Livingston) b Somerset Co, PA Aug 16 1850 d Davidsville, PA Jun 5 1936 aged 85y 9m 20d. She m Peter Thomas & they were parents of 1 son who survives. Also survived by number of other relatives & friends. Funeral in home by S G Shetler & in Stahl Menn Ch, of which she was memb by S G Shetler & Sanford G Shetler. BUR Jere Livingston grvyd.

[NI065557] Johnstown Trib-Demo Aug 29 1968 Foust, Sheridan, 94, Ebensburg, formerly Johnstown, d eve of Aug 27 1968, Ebensburg b Johnstown Jan 17 1874 s/o Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Foust. Preceded by wife, Lydia Pfeil, 5 bro.s, & 1 sis. Survived by chldn, Russell S., 1717 Ocala ave.; Grant, Osborne St.;& Mrs. Stella Weiland, Detroit; 4 gchldn; 8 ggchldn; 2 gggchldn & bro., Daniel, San Diego, CA. Retired carpenter. Family will recieve friends 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm Thu Fred Geisel Funeral Home, service 2 pm Fri Rev. Thomas Akester. Bur. Berkley Hills Cem.

[NI065559] 1910 Census Miracode Index
Robert Foust Age: 40 State: PA Color: W Dist: 0138 Br Pl: Visit: 0524 Co: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents:
Wife Eliza 37
Dau Elsie 17
Son Chester 14
Son Irvin 12
Dau Amelia 10
Son Clayton 05
Son Walter 02

[NI065566] Seanor post office was established in Paint Twp. 1892 with Samuel Foust as 1st postmaster. In Jul 1900, S. A. Foust, elected as constable of Paint Boro
1870 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA 17 Jun 1870 H. J. Boyts
11 168 162 Foust Samuel 28 M W farmer 2,000 1,000 Pa
Foust Lydia 25 F W wife Pa
Foust Louisa 5 F W At Home Pa
Foust Albert 3 M W At Home Pa
Foust Ida 1 F W At Home Pa

[NI065581] Herald of Truth "An Extra # for Feb 1874" pg 46-47. Jan 1 1874, Somerset Co, Pa Mary d/o John D & Rachel Blough aged 2y 1m 5d. Discourses by Jacob, Tobias & Peter A. Blough.

[NI065586] Herald of Truth Jul Vol V # 7 1868 pg 111. On 8 May, Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co, Pa of consumption, w/o Samuel Blough & d/o David Blauch aged 29y 3m 21d. On 10th, her remains were consigned to tomb, & funeral sermons delivered by aged ministers Jacob & Samuel Blough.

[NI065589] The 1st reference we have to Christian Livingston m. Anna Spangler 19 Jul 1778, Hagerstown, Washington Co., MD. If he was either a son or a bro. of Andrew Livingston, then he was probably b. this co., possibly in Lancaster Co., PA 2 traditions, (1 related in the "History of Christian Gnaegi"), claim that Christian was a German immigrant. He may have had a former wife who d. MD. He warranted a tract of land located on the Potomac River in Washington Co., MD. This 104 acre tract, called "Storm," was sold to Michael Barkman 1 Apr 1793, by "Christian Levistone & Ann his wife," who were then res.s, Bedford Co., PA. Christian's stepson Christian Spangler & his wife Eve were also parties to the sale. Christian probably remained in MD until 1788, when on 6 Dec he warranted a 150 acre tract of land, Bedford Co., PA. (now Somerset Co.), which he called "Distillery." It was situated in Quemahoning Twp., (now Somerset Twp.) on Spruce Run, a branch of Stoney Creek. This acreage became the site of the Livingston homestead. 3 dys later, Christian's eldest stepson, John Spangler, warranted a 150 acre tract on Quemahoning Creek, which he sold to his stepfather 5 Feb 1793. This tract was later surveyed at 193 acres, & adjoined the lands of Christian Yoder & John Vanderins. Christian Livingston took up 2 other tracts in Quemahoning, 100 acres warranted 15 March 1793, & 100 acres warranted 28 April 1794. Both of these tracts, & the 1 he purchased from John Spangler, were located in what is now Stoneycreek Twp. 1790 census of PA shows Christon Leviston in Bedford Co., with 1 male 16 & up, 2 males under 16, & 4 females. Christian d. before 25 June 1800, when letters of administration on his estate were granted to Anne Livingstone, widow, & Jacob Yotter. On the same dy, a bond of $1200. was posted by Anne Livingstone, Jacob Yotter, Andrew Wey, & Christian Spangler. The inventory of Christian's estate, written in German, taken 27 June 1802, & included some of the following items: 4 oxen, 10 cows, 1 bull, 7 calves, 2 mares, 1 filly, 1 foal, 18 pigs & 19 sheep; a wind mill; 2 plows & 1 harrow; a sled; a loom "and what belongs to it," 4 spinning wheels, a steelyard, & a lantern; a shoemaker; misc. dishes, spoons, plates, bowls, pots & crocks; 1 butterchurn; axes, augers, chisels, planes, a hatchet, a mallet & a wedge; a grindstone & a whetstone; a sheep shear; a bellows & fire tongs; 6 beds & 4 bedsteads; several chests; misc. horse harness, collars, halters, bridles & chains; 2 saddles & 1 saddle bag; a watch; 2 psalters & 3 hymn books. Christian's occupation as a distiller was apparent in his inventory; in addition to the above items he also owned 1 still kettle, 11 casks, 1 barrel keg, 4 iron kettles, & 4 barrels of vinegar. His crops in the field included wheat, grass & rye. Christian's estate was appraised at $658.33., & realized an additional $106.71. at the venue sale. Christian was bur. in a lone grave near Friedens, on a farm that was later owned by John Long. A petition on Christian's estate was recorded 7 May 1805, Orphan's Court, which named Christian's widow & all of his chldn.: "David Levingston, eldest son; Ann Levingston, widow; Christian Royer & Elizabeth his wife late Elizabeth Levingston, daughter; Jacob Knage & Susanna his wife late Susanna Levingston, dau.; Catherine Levingston & Mary Levingston, dau.; & Henry Levingston, Andrew Levingston & Ann Levingston, minor chldn, by their guardian, Jacob Yoder. The petition described Christian's landholdings, & asked that they be divided among the heirs or sold at auction. Among those chosen by the petitioners to examine the land were John & Christian Spangler, their stepbrothers. All 4 tracts of land were eventually awarded to David Levingston, & he paid the other heirs their shares; the last payment being made in 1808. On 14 June 1806, David sold all 4 tracts to his brother-in-law, Christian Royer. Christian Royer sold the entire parcel of land to John Wells in 1813, before removing to OH. Washington Co., Maryland, Deed Book H-8, p. 276 Recorded 31 May 1793 at the request of Michael Barkman Indenture dated 1 Apr 1793 between Christian Spangler & Christian Levistone & Ann Levistone his wife all of Bedford Co., PA (now Somerset) & Michael Barkman, Washington Co., MD. Consideration: 250 pounds of current money of MD "all that entire tract of land called Storm lying on Potowmack River, Washington Co., MD, containing 104 ac.s Witnesses: Thos Beal of Saml., P Sullivan "Christian Spengler" & "Christian Levenstein" both signed in old German script; Ann Levistone (here erroneously called Christina) signed with an "X" 1 Apr 1793, Allegany Co. came the within named Christian Spangler & Christian Levistone & acknowleged the deed; also came Ann Levistone w/o Christian Levistone & Eve Spangler w/o Christian Spangler & released their right of dower in the said land.

[NI065591] Christian & Elizabeth res. with Anna Levingston, Somerset Co., & later purchased Christian Levingston's property in its entirety. Abt 1812/1813, Christian & Elizabeth Royer moved to Tuscarawas Co., OH. The widowed Anna Livingston may have made the journey with them.

[NI065593] Elias & Catherine removed to Stark Co., OH after their m. Her mother later joined them in OH 1813 & res. with them until her d. 1828. Both Catherine & Elias are bur. Freeburg Ch. of the Breth. Cem.

[NI065594] Mary m. John Kopp PA. "John Capp" 1st appears on the Somerset Co., tax assessments 1806 Somerset Twp., with 60 acres, 1 horse, 2 cows & a cabin. He continues on the lists with the same property through 1810; 1811 list he has only his horse & 2 cows. A Peter Capp in the same Twp has what appears to be John's 60 acres & cabin in this yr; apparently John sold the acreage to Peter (probably his father or bro.). John is enumerated 1810 census for Somerset Twp. with 1 male 26-45, 4 males under 10, 1 female 26-45, & 1 female under 10. Since John & Mary m. 1807, she would have been his 2nd wife. 2 male chldn which appear on a later census, when Mary is the w/o John Messimore cannot be accounted for as Messimore chldn, & were possibly Mary's sons by John Kopp. Only 1 son of John Kopp & Mary is known. A Deed between David Levingston & his sib.s recorded 28 Apr 1814 contains the following reference: "this 2 May 1807 David Levenston has pd his sis. Mary Levenstonen pd in full the part of her portion of the ____? signed by Johannes Kopp." Although still referred to by her maiden name, she & John would have been already m. at this time. Another document of this type shows both of her m. sis.s, Elizabeth & Susanna referred to by their maiden names. John Kopp is not listed on the tax list after 1811. According to "Francis Shaw & Relatives," published 1921, Mary's former hus., whose name was not given therein, d. of wounds received War of 1812. The author of the above was living in the mid to late 1800s & was personally acquainted with many members of the Messimore family. 12 Nov 1815, Stark Co., OH, Mary Cope & John "Massimore" were m. by Michael Miller, A German Bapt. Minister. John Messimore b. 3 Dec 1791 York Co., Pa., s/o John & Catherine (Derwechter) Messimore. John was 5 yrs younger than his new wife. John & Mary settled in West Twp., Columbiana Co., near John's mother & sib.s. John was a prosperous farmer, who owned real estate which was valued at $1600 on 1850 census. According to "Francis Shaw & Relatives," the 1st home of the family was a log cabin; later they built a frame house. Both d. in the frame house; Mary in 1859 & John 2 Jul 1874. They are bur. Plains Ch. Cem. The family farm was left to John & Mary's unmarried dau.s, Anna & Lucinda. A 3rd unmarried dau., Mary, was listed on the 1860 census as "insane," & was later committed to an institution. In addition to their own chldn, John & Mary raised their gdau. Lydia Messimore, d/o their deceased son David.

[NI065595] 1802, Anna Livingston applied for a guardian for her 3 minor chldn under the age 14; Henry was the 1 of those named. Jacob Yoder was appointed for all of the chldn. On the 2nd Mon. Sep 1805, Henry Livingston came into court & said he was above 14 yrs & requested John Spangler (his half-brother) be appointed as his guardian. Henry had probably turned 15 shortly beforehand, & therefore b. late 1790. (He is probably not 1 of the males accounted for in the Christian Livingston household in 1790; besides the father, the household probably contained son David & stepson Abraham Spangler). Henry apparently m. PA, as OH keeps very good m. records, & none has been located for him. Henry d. before Apr 1831, when his son, Jesse Livingston applied for a guardian. Since Henry had only 1 chld, he probably d. shortly after his son's b. 1816. Henry's bro. David Livingston had a son Henry, b. 1817, possibly given that name in memory of his bro. Henry's wife may be the Elizabeth Levenstein who married Henry Rafesnider, Stark Co. 1837 as his 2nd wife. Henry Levingston's son Jesse chose Henry Klippard, Osnaburg as his guardian, & 1850, Henry Klippard's dau, Frances was living with Henry & Elizabeth (Levenstein) Rafesnider.

[NI065596] Andrew res. Stark Co., until abt 1816, when he removed to Wayne Twp., Wayne Co., OH. The will of Andrew's former father-in-law, George Mackentarfer, proved 1817, was worded in such a way as to indicate that Andrew & Christina had at least 2 chldn, 1 of which was male. 1820 census Wayne Twp., Wayne Co., OH shows Andrew with 1 male & 1 female under 10. Since he had just m. Sarah Deweese, these must be chldn by his former wife. 1827, a James McFadden was appointed guardian for a Sarah & Charles Livingston in Wayne Co., this apparently being for the legacy they were to receive from their maternal gfather. Numerous land transactions are recorded for Andrew in both Stark & Wayne Co.s (including 1 contracted with the above James McFadden), the last being a purchase from George Bair in 1823. Andrew attended his mother's estate sale Dec 1828 & purchased the following items: 1 spinning wheel, 2 pillows, 2 & 3/4 yards of flax linen, 1 & 1/2 yards of flax linen, 1 pair of mittens, knitting needles, yarn & flax, 3 handkerchiefs, thread, 2 bottles, 1 towel, 1 spoon & tin cup, 1 sugar box & 1 chest. The total of his purchases came to $6.01. Andrew is not found 1830 census for OH, but was living as late as 1833, when he was paid the balance owing him from his mother's estate. I have been unable to determine what became of him after that; a search of census indices for about a dozen western states in 1850 has yielded no Andrew or Sarah Livingstons which match.

[NI065597] Anne & Jacob res. Nimishillan Twp., Stark Co., OH. 1820 census of his family shows 1 male 26-45, 1 female 16-26, & 1 female under 10. 1830 census we find 1 male 30-40, 1 male 20-30, 2 males under 10 & 1 female 30-40. Anny Backman is enumerated in 1840 with 1 female 40-50, 1 male 10-15, & 1 male 5-10. Anne apparently d. before 1850. Neither she nor any of her chldn appear on the 1850 census, but her 2 younger sons are found in 1860. Jacob Baughman was the administrator of his mother-in-law's estate, but did not long survive her, dying early in 1831, & the balance due Anna Livingston's heirs was pd out of his estate. Jacob's personal estate amounted to $1525.83, a considerable sum at that time.

[NI065598] David 1st appears as a single freeman in Somerset Twp. 1800. 1803, he purchased 11 1/2 acres of land in Stoneycreek Twp. from Frederick Helm for $118. He sold this same tract to his half-bro. John Spangler 9 yrs later for $300. 1822, David purchased about 200 acres of land from Valentine Mishler, situated in Conemaugh Twp. David res. on this land until his death, & his widow continued to farm it until it was sold to their son Samuel in 1846. David's father-in-law, Jacob Reed, d. 1815, & the widowed Regina Reed made her home with David & Barbara. She d. 9 Apr 1846, age 89, & is bur. in the Livingston Farm Cem. David d. intestate 1826. His administrator was Joseph Yoder. David's personal estate was appraised at $436.39 & included some of the following items: 1 Bible, 2 Testaments, 1 hymn book, 8 other books, a windmill, 2 beds, 1 feather bed, 1 stool, a stove with an 18 foot pipe, a clock in a case, a wagon, 1 plow, 1 shovel plow, 1 sled, 1 man's saddle, several sets of harness, several halters & bridles, 5 cows, 2 milch cows, 1 grey mare, 1 grey "nag" (worth $7.00), 1 roan filly, 3 oxen, 6 sheep, 8 pigs, 11 acres of wheat seed, 6 acres of corn seed at $2.75 per acre, 1 acre of corn, 8 acres of oats at $1.50 per acre, 13 plates, 14 pewter plates, 4 meat plates, various pots of clay, iron & stone, 1 coffee mill, 1 flour box, 1 kneading trough, 1 stone chest, 3 casks, 1 wash tub, 1 watering can, several stands & baskets, 1 sausage chopper, a sausage casing, candle molds, 1 salt barrel, 1 cooking pan, 1 frying pan, 1 butter churn, 1 coffeepot, 1 kraut cutter, several beehives, 1 wheelbarrow, 2 hand saws, 4 axes, 1 hatchet, 3 hammers, 2 wedges, 4 planes, 1 smoothing plane, 1 rabbet plane, several augers & chisels, a miter box, a set of cooper's tool, a joiner's bench & a chopping bench, some spruce & walnut boards, 2 spinning wheels, 1 husking machine, 1 swingling mill, 1 flax break, 2 groping hoes, 1 pitchfork, 1 dung fork, 1 shovel, 2 hoes, 2 scythes, 3 sickles, 1 compass, 1 12 gallon kettle, 1 10 gallon kettle, 1 15 gallon kettle, 1 8 gallon kettle, 1 10 gallon cask, & "18 gallons of whiskey found by accountant at the vendue." Judging from the contents of his inventory, David was probably a cooper & a carpenter in addition to being a farmer. David's land (200 acres in Conemaugh) remained in the possession of the widow until all of the chldn were of age; it was then purchased by his son Samuel 6 Apr 1846, with the widow's dower being set aside for her. She d. the same mo. Both David & his wife are bur. the Livingston farm cem. on this acreage, along with his mother-in-law, sis-in- law Magdalena Reed, & his sons John, Samuel, & Tobias & their wives.

[NI065599] 1850 Federal Census Jenner Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 31 Aug 1850 by John J Schell
31 30 31 Levingston Jacob 46 M W Farmer 1,000 PA
32 30 31 Levingston Elisabeth 40 F W PA
33 30 31 Levingston Joseph 19 M W Laborer PA
34 30 31 Levingston Anne 17 F W PA
35 30 31 Levingston Barbara 15 F W PA
36 30 31 Levingston Sarah 13 F W PA
37 30 31 Levingston Moses 11 M W PA
38 30 31 Levingston Jacob 9 M W PA
39 30 31 Levingston Levi 5 M W PA
40 30 31 Levingston Juliann 2 F W PA
41 30 31 Levingston Ann 65 F W PA

[NI065602] 1850 Census Jenner Twp., Somerset Co., PA 24 Aug 1850 by John J Schell
24 5 5 Milteberger Simon 24 M W Wagoner PA
Milteberger Rachel 21 F W PA
Milteberger Elisabeth J. 4/12 F W PA

[NI065603] Gospel Herald - Vol IX, # 8 - May 25, 1916 - pg 143. Mishler, Joseph C. b in Somerset Co., Pa. Mar 13, l830 d La Grange Co., IN, May 2, 1916 aged 86y 1m 19d. He united with COB. He m Rachel Livingston Miltenberger Mar 24, 1853. This union was blessed with 5 sons & 4 daus. George, James & Sarah of La Grange Co., IN; John, Middlebury, IN; Elizabeth, Lucy, & Susan of Elkhart; Moses, McPherson Co., KS; & Jacob, Strathmore, CA. His wife preceded him 38y ago. After her death he moved to La Grange Co., where lie lived with his son George, for 35y. He leaves 2 bros, 1 sister, 5 sons, 4 daus, 41 gchdn, & 41 ggchdn. He d from infirmities of age & heart trouble & his life ended quietly sleeping in his chair. His funeral was at Lupold Ch by Harvey Schrock & Yost Miller, & bur Middlebury Cem.
1870 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA 13 Aug H. J. Boyts
5 131 126 Mishler Joseph 40 M W Farmer 2,000 600 Pa
Mishler Rachel 42 F W wife Pa
Mishler Elisabeth 21 F W at home Pa
Mishler Lavenia * 17 F W at home Pa
Mishler James 15 M W at home Pa
Mishler George 13 M W at home Pa
Mishler Jacob 11 M W at home Pa
Mishler Susan 9 F W at home Pa
Mishler Sarah 7 F W at home Pa
Mishler John 3 M W at home Pa
Mishler Morris 11/12 M W at home Pa

[NI065604] 1870 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA 16 Aug H. J. Boyts
21 158 156 Levingston Joseph 40 M W Farm Laborer . 300 Penna
Levingston Lydia 34 F W wife Penna
Levingston John R. 14 M W at home Penna
Levingston Barbara 12 F W at home Penna
Levingston William 9 M W at home Penna
Levingston Elisabeth 7 F W at home Penna

[NI065608] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
William J Livingston State: PA Dist: 0128 Color: W Age: 49 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0075 Co.: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Head ImageNum: 02610306 Other Res:
Wife Lizzie W 40, PA
Son Lloyd 18, PA
Son Lester 13, PA
Son Earl 10, PA
Dau Dora 08, PA
Dau Twilla 04, PA
Son Leonard NR, PA

[NI065611] Herald of Truth, Vol XXVII, # 5, Mar 1, 1890 pgs 75, 76, 77. Kauffman. On 23 January, Conemaugh Twp., Somerset co, Pa of dropsy, Anna w/o John Kauffman, aged 57y 8m 15d. Bur on 25th in Levi Weaver's grvyd. Servs by Samuel Zimmerman & Emanuel & Jonas Blough. She was mother of 4 sons & 2 daus, 3 chdn preceded her.

[NI065615] Johnstown Trib, Mon, Aug 11 1924: MOSES J. LIVINGSTON EXPIRES IN CLEVELAND Deceased Was an Octogenarian served under Col. R.E. Cummins, of the 142d Regiment P.V.I., in Civil War, passed away Sat at the home of his son-in-law & dau., Mr. & Mrs. Fred Adkinson, Cleveland, OH, aged 83 yrs. Mr. Livingston had been seriously ill for some wks. Body was brought to Johnstown last eve & taken to Livingston home, 136 Sell St., 8th Ward. funeral took place this afternoon from the Sell St. Ch. of the Breth., where the eulogy was given by the pastor, Rev. Calvin Beam, bur. Berkley's Cem.. The deceased was b. in the fall of 1840, Somerset Co. & lived in this vicinity for almost 60 yrs before removing to OH. He enlisted in Somerset Co. soon after Pres. Lincoln called for vol.s April 1861, & was assigned to 142d Reg. P.V.I. Col. Cummins of Somerset was in charge of the regiment & was killed in the 1st dy's battle at Gettysburg, PA, Jul 1863. The deceased & Miss Mary Miller m in this vicinity soon after Civil War. Mrs. Livingston d. 1885. For many yrs Mr. Livingston was employed as a miller in Somerset & Cambria co.s. His chldn are Edmund, 134 Sell St.; Jacob, Sulphur Springs; Sara Crandall, Cleveland, OH; George, 136 Sell St.; Elijah, MI; Mrs. Anna Atkinson, Cleveland, OH, & Harry, Sell St. 16 gchldn & 13 ggchldn also survive.
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Moses Livingston State: PA Dist: 0128 Color: W Age: 69 B Pl: PA Visit: 0155 Co.: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Father ImageNum: 02610231 Other Res:
Head Edmund Livingston

[NI065617] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Edmund Livingston State: PA Dist: 0128 Color: W Age: 43 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0155 Co.: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Head ImageNum: 02610047 Other Res:
Wife Minnie 44, PA
Son Harry R 17, PA
Dau Stella M 12, PA
Dau Edith M 10, PA
Son Theo B 06, PA
Dau Luella M 04, PA
Father Moses 69, PA

[NI065633] 1850 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA
205 213 LEVINGSTON John 42 M Farmer
Franey 37 F
Elisabeth 11 F
Jeremiah 9 M
John 7 M
Sarah 5 F
David 4 M
Jacob 3 M

[NI065634] Herald of Truth - Vol XVII # 2 - Feb 1880, pg 34, 36, 37 Dec 15, Somerset Co Pa of consumption with which she lingered many yrs, Sis Frany Livingston, widow, aged 65y 2m 7d. Bur 17th in family grv-yd beside her husb, who went before her many yrs. She was respected in her family. Servs by Peter A. & Samuel Blough.
1870 Census of Conemaugh Twp, Somerset Co, PA 17 Aug H. J. Boyts
13 172 171 Levingston Frany 55 F W Keeping House PA can't read or write
Levingston John R. 26 M W Farm Laborer Penna
Levingston Jacob 22 M W Farm Laborer Penna
Levingston Joseah 15 M W at home Penna
Levingston Moses 13 M W at home Penna
Levingston Polly 20 F W at home Penna
Levingston Mary 18 F W at home Penna

[NI065636] 1850 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA
116 119 HAMMER Solomon 39 M Farmer
Elisabeth 38 F
Mary 14 F
Charlotte 12 F
Joseph 10 M
Henrietta 7 F
John C. 5 M
MARKS David 3 M

[NI065637] Gospel Herald - Vol XVIII, # 52 - Mar 25, 1926, pgs 1066, 1067. Livingston, Bro. Jeremiah K. b near Johnstown, Pa., Jan. 29, 1841 d Mar 11, 1926; aged 85y 1m 12d. He m Elizabeth Lehman, & to this union were b 9 chdn. He is survived by his wife & following chdn: Jacob J.; Nancy w/o Josiah J. Kaufman; John J.; Lydia w/o William Blough; Josiah J., & Lizzie w/o Daniel Blough. He was 1 of 11 chdn & only 4 remain. They are: Moses; Mrs. Peter Thomas, Josiah, & David. Sermon by S. G. Shetler at Ch, & L. A. Blough. Bur in family grvyd on old homestead.
1870 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA 17 Aug H. J. Boyts
29 176 174 Levingston Jeremiah 29 M W Farmer 4,000 1,200 Pa
Levingston Elisabeth 27 F W wife Pa
Levingston Polly 7 F W at home Pa
Levingston Jacob 5 M W at home Pa
Levingston John 3 M W at home Pa
Kauffman Nancy 56 F W Retired House Keeper . 400 Pa
Hershberger John 57 M W Farm Laborer Pa
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Jeremiah Livingston State: PA Dist: 0132 Color: W Age: 69 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0234 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head ImageNum: 02610137 Other Res:
Wife Lizzie 66, PA
Son John 43, PA

[NI065638] Gospel Herald - Vol XX, # 52 - Mar 29, 1928 - pg 1115. Livingston, Elizabeth Lehman w/o late Jeremiah Livingston, b Dec. 4, 1843 d at her home near Davidsville, Pa., Dec. 30, 1927; aged 84y 16d. She was mother of 9 chdn of whom surviving are: Jacob J., near Davidsville; John J., at home; Mrs. Joseph Kaufman, near Kelso; Mrs. William Bough, near Davidsville; Josiah J., Tire Hill; Mrs. Daniel Blough, near Davidsville. Also survived by 7 gchdn & 1 ggchd; 2 bros, Joseph Lehman & Levi J. Lehman, & 1 sister, Mrs. Jacob Livingston. She was memb Menn Ch. Funeral in home by S.G. Shetler & in Stahl Ch by S.G. Shetler & L.A. Blough. Her funeral was on one of coldest days of this winter. Bur beside her husb in family grvyd on old homestead.

[NI065639] Herald Of Truth - Vol XIV, # 3 - Mar, 1877, pgs 46, 47 & 48. Dec. 26th, in Somerset Co., Pa., FANNY, d/o Jeremiah & Lizzie LIVINGSTON, aged 5m 8d. Services by Peter A. Blough.

[NI065640] Gospel Herald - Vol XLVII # 45 Nov 9 1954 pg 1078, 1079. Livingston, Jacob J s/o Jeremiah & Elizabeth (Lehman) Livingston b Conemaugh Twp, Pa Nov 14 1864 d home of dau in same twp Oct 10 1954 aged 89y 10m 26d. On Dec 11 1892 he m Ellen Lohr, who with dau Minnie Mrs Ralph Cable, Hollsopple, Pa, & a son John, Hollsopple, & 1 gdau Florence Ellen Livingston survive him, also 1 sis Mrs Lydia Blough. Preceded in death by 1 son, 1 dau, 5 sis', & 2 bros. He with his companion, united with Menn Ch on May 26 1893, where he remained faithful until death. Servs held Oct 12 at Blough Menn Ch with John A Lehman & Harry C Blough in charge. Bur in ch cem.
PA 1910 Miracode Index
Jacob J Livingston 44 W PA Somerset Head of Household
Wife Ellen 37 PA
dau Minnie 07 PA
Son John E NR PA

[NI065641] Gospel Herald - Vol XXXIX, No . 20 Aug 13, 1946 pg 430. Livingston, John J. s/o late Jeremiah & Elizabeth (Lehman) Livingston, b Jan 8, 1867 d Apr 18, 1946; aged 79y 3m 10d. He was m to Polly Eash, who preceded a # of yrs ago. Surviving are 2 bros Jacob J. & Josiah J. & 1 sister Mrs. William Blough. Funeral at home & at Stahl Menn Ch, Johnstown, Pa., in charge of Sanford G. Shetler & David Alwine.

[NI065642] Gospel Herald, Sep 17 1936 - Vol XXIX, No. 25 pg 543. Livingston, Amelia d/o late Joseph T. & Kathryn Wingard Yoder, b Somerset Co., Pa., Aug 24, 1877 d Sep 2, 1936 aged 59y 10d. She m Josiah J. Livingston Aug 28, 1900. Suvived by husb, 1 dau Mary Sala, 1 gchd, 1 sister Mrs. J. T. Eash, & other relatives & friends. She was memb Kaufman Menn Ch. Funeral in home & in Kaufman Menn Ch near Johnstown, Pa. by S. G. Shetler & Irvin Holsopple. Bur Kaufman Cem.

[NI065643] Gospel Herald - Vol XXXVII, No. 15 Jul 14, 1944, pg 303, 304. Kaufman, Nancy Livingstone w/o Josiah Kaufman, b Nov. 14, 1870 d Jun 24, 1944; aged 73y 7m 10d. She was d/o late Jeremiah & Elizabeth (Lehman) Livingstone. Survived by husb, 1 son David, & 1 gdau. Also survived by 3 bros: John & Jacob, Davidsville, Pa., & Josiah, Tire Hill. She was memb Stahl Menn Ch. Funeral at home were conducted by Bro. Sanford G. Shetler, & at Stahl Ch by Bros. Sanford G. Shetler, Lloy A. Kniss, & David Alwine. Bur Ch cem.

[NI065645] GOSPEL HERALD - Vol LVII, # 26 - July 7, 1964 - pp 590, 591. Blough, Lydia d/o Jeremiah & Lizzie (Lehman) Livingston, b in Somerset Co., Pa. Apr 21, 1873 d at Mem'l Hosp, Johnstown, Pa. Jun 11, 1964; aged 91y 1m 21d. On Oct 8, 1899, she m William J. Blough who d May 8, 1952. 1 son, 5 sisters, & 3 bros also preceded. Surviving are 2 sons Clayton K. & Freeman W., 8 gchdn & 7 ggchdn. She was memb Stahl Ch, funeral Jun 14, in charge of Sanford G. Shetler, David C. Alwine, & Melvin Nussbaum.

[NI065647] Gospel Herald Vol XXX # 53 Mar 31 1938 pg 1116. Blough, Lizzie d/o late Jeremiah & Lizzie Livingston b Johnstown, Pa Sep 17 1885 d of cancer Jan 29 1938 aged 52y 4m 12d. She m Daniel Blough Sep 19 1906 who preceded her. Survived by an only son, bros, sis', & many other relatives. She had been memb Menn Ch for # of yrs. She had made a # of arrangements for her funeral. Body was taken to Weaver Cem near Geistown, Pa where is was bur. Funeral in charge of S.G. Shetler & Sanford G. Shetler.

[NI065648] Gospel Herald Vol X # 8 May 24 1917 pg 143. Livingston, John K, Davidsville, PA b Oct 2 1842 d May 8 1917 aged 74y 7m 6d. Funeral Blough Ch by L A Blough & James Saylor. Bur cem near Ch. Bro Livingston had been memb Menn Ch for # of yrs.
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
John K Livingston State: PA Dist: 0133 Color: W;W Age: 67 B Pl: PA Visit: 0253 Co.: Somerset Relation: Boarder ImageNum: 02610165 Other Residents:
Husb Noah A Eash

[NI065649] HERALD OF TRUTH , Vol XLI, # 14, Mar 31, 1904 - pp 111,112. Livingston. On 3d of Mar, near Davidsville, Pa., of consumption, Sister Barbara, w/o John K. Livingston, aged 51 Y., 11 M., 29 D. Bur on 5th at Blough Menn M. H. Services by S.D. Yoder & S. Gindlesperger. She is survived by a loving husb, 1 bro & 1 sister.

[NI065650] Herald of Truth - Vol XXI # 21, Nov 1 1884, p 333. On 4 Sep, Conemaugh twp, Somerset Co, PA of cancer, sis Sallie Berkey aged 40y 6m 4d. Funeral remarks by Jonas Blough, Samuel Gindlesperger & Cyrus Harshberger.

[NI065651] GOSPEL HERALD - Vol XXX No 53, Mar 31 1938, pg 1116. Berkey, David K s/o Jacob & Magdalena (Kauffman) Berkey, both deceased, was b Dec 17 1842 d at home of son-in-law near Johnstown, PA Mar 4 1938; aged 95y 2m 15d. He m Sarah Livingston, May 29 1866. To this union were b 4 chdn of whom 3 survive, namely Josiah L, Lowell, MI; Mary w/o John A Thomas & Katie w/o Romanus Alwine, both Johnstown, Pa. He was preceded in death by parents, 1 bro, 1 sis, his wife in 1884, his dau Louisa in 1930, & 1 gchd. He is survived by 3 chdn, 7 gchdn, 10 ggchdn, & many other relatives & friends. He was memb Menn Ch for many yrs, & his seat in Ch was not vacant, when health permitted. Funeral Servs conducted in home by S G Shetler & in Stahl Ch by S G Shetler & Sanford G Shetler. Bur Stahl Cem.
1870 Census Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA 8 Aug 1870 H. J. Boyts
Berkey David K. 27 M W Farm Laborer . 400 Penna
Berkey Sarah 25 F W wife Penna can't read or write
Berkey Louisa 3 F W Penna

[NI065652] Gospel Herald Vol XXXIII, No 43 Jan 23 1941� pgs 926, 927. Livingston,� David s/o Bro & Sister John Livingston, b in Somerset Co., Pa. Sep 4 1845 d Menn Home, Eureka, IL, Dec 28 1940; aged 95y 3m 24d. Bro. David & his wife, from Clarksville, MI entered Home Jul 12 1928, his wife preceding him in 1934, at same time of evening as David did (8:45 pm). Bur beside his wife in our local cem Dec 31. There were no chdn to this union, but (as we understand) they had adopted 2 boys & 2 girls whose addresses are ukwn to us, & had relatives but they were ukwn to us. David & wife belonged to Menn Ch near Clarksville, MI. Death was due to old age & hardening of arteries. His occup was farming & carpentering in his younger yrs. Funeral Dec 31, with Bro. Ezra Yordy in charge. �J. D. Smith

[NI065653] Gospel Herald - Vol VI # 6 May 8 1913 pg 95. Livingston, Jacob K b Somerset Co, PA Mar 20 1847 d Mar 23 1913 aged 66y 3d. Survived by wife & 13 chdn, 3 dead, 23 gchdn, 5 dead. He was memb Menn Ch. Funeral by S G Shetler & James Saylor in Stahl Ch, Johnstown, PA. Bur Livingston cem.
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Jacob K Livingston State: PA Dist: 0132 Color: W Age: 63 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0152 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head ImageNum: 02610126 Other Res.s:
Wife Nancy 54, PA
Dau Nancy 21, PA
Dau Leah 18, PA
Dau Katy A 15, PA
Dau Matilda 12, PA

[NI065654] Gospel Herald - Vol XXXIII, No 13 Jun 27 1940 pg 278, 279. Livingston, Nancy dau of John & Lydia (Hershberger) Lehman, b May 4, 1855; d home of her son John L, Johnstown, PA May 21 1940 aged 85y 16d. She m Jacob K Livingston who passed away 27ys ago. She was mother of 13 chdn of whom 4 preceded her. She is survived by 35 gchdn & 47 ggchdn, nearly all attended funeral. She is also survived by 1 bro Levi J Lehman. Funeral in home & in Stahl Menn Ch of which she was memb many yrs, by S G Shetler & Sanford G Shetler. Bur Stahl cem.

[NI065656] Gospel Herald - Vol VI, # 14 Jul 3 1913 pg 223, 224. Blough, Nancy Livingstone b near Johnstown, Pa. Feb 6, 1852 d at her home near Johnstown, May 21 1913; aged 61y 3m 15d. She m Josiah S. Blough, 1875. She was memb Menn Ch. 2y ago she got sick with cancer. It was a rose cancer that measured 24 ins around. Funeral Stahl Ch by S. G. Shetler, & James Saylor. Bur Stahl Cem.

[NI065657] Gospel Herald May 14 1936 Vol XXIX #7 pg 158,159,160. Blough, Josiah S s/o late Samuel W. & Anna Blough, b May 13, 1854 d Apr 27 1936 aged 81y 11m 8d. He spent most of his life in Riverside, near Johnstown, Pa, but last yrs were spent in city. He m Nancy Livingston Aug 29 1875. She d May 21 1913 & he m Mrs Mary J. Adams in Apr 1915. Besides his wife, he is survived by 1 bro & 1 sis, both Riverside. 3 sis' & a bro preceded him. He was bapt & received into Menn Ch in 1877, memb Stahl congregation. He was afflicted with a complication of diseases of which chief one was cancer. Funeral by S. G. Shetler & James Saylor, asstd in home by Roy J. Meyer & R. Starr in Ch. Serv held Stahl Ch & bur in adjoining Cem.
1910 Miracode Census
Josiah A Blough State: PA Dist: 9154 Color: W Age: 56 B Pl: PA Visit: 0313 Co: Cambria Relation: Husb ImageNum: 00310134 Other Residents:
Wife Nancy 58, PA

[NI065660] Gospel Herald - Vol L # 45, Nov 5 1957, pg 959, 960. Livingston, Elizabeth d/o Jacob & Maria (Yoder) Schrock, b Holmes Co, OH, Dec 7 1864; passed away at home of gson Paul Dale Myers, Miami Co, IN, on Sep 23 1957; aged 92y 9m 16d. She had been bedfast for more than a yr as result of a broken leg. She m John W Myers Jul 7 1889. He d Apr 1917, & on Apr 11 1925, she m Josiah K. Livingston, Elmdale, MI, who also preceded her in death Aug 1950. She was memb of Howard-Miami, IN Ch, having united with ch in girlhood. She led a useful life in the community where she lived & her home was opened a number of times to orphaned chdn of community. Surviving are 4 sons (Riley E Myers, Wabash, IN; Melvin N Myers, Miami, IN; Paul J Myers, Kokomo, IN; & Ralph R Myers, Dunlap, IN), 3 bros (Reuben Schrock, IA; John C Schrock & Home Schrock, both Kokomo), 13 gchdn, & 28 ggchdn. A dau Ethel Bird preceded her in death Nov 1946. Funeral servs were held at Howard-Miami Ch, Sep 26, in charge of Anson G. Horner, assisted by Emanuel J. Hochstedler. Bur Schrock Cem.

[NI065661] GOSPEL HERALD - Vol XXII, # 49 - Mar 6, 1930, p. 1005, 1006. LIVINGSTONE,� Moses K. s/o late John & Fannie Kaufman Livingstone b in Somerset Co., Pa. Dec. 8, 1856 d Feb 1, 1930 aged 73y 1m 33d. He was from a family of 11 chdn of whom only 3 survive. These are Polly w/o Peter Thomas, Josiah J., & David. Abt 48y ago, he m Lena Thomas who survives him. Many other relatives & friends survive him. He was memb Stahl Menn congregation for many yrs. Funeral in home by S. G. Shetler & in Stahl Ch by S. G. Shetler, assisted by E. L. Frey & O. N. Johns; bur on Jere Livingstone farm.
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Moses K Livingston State: PA Dist: 0133 Color: W Age: 53 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0201 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head ImageNum: 02610232 Other Res.s:
Wife Lena 55, PA

[NI065664] Herald of Truth - Vol XXI, # 7 - APRIL 1,1884, pg 108-109. Livingstone. On 14 Mar, Conemaugh, Somerset co, Pa. of lung fever, Barbara, w/o Samuel Livingstone, aged 67y 1m. Bur 16 th in family grvyd. She leaves a husb & 5 chdn. Servs by David Stufft.

[NI065669] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Bertha M Livingston State: PA Dist: 0161 Color: W Age: 35 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0244 Co.: Cambria Relation: Head ImageNum: 02610011 Other Res:
Dau Elva M 08, PA
Son James D 07, PA

[NI065680] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
George H R Livingston State: PA Dist: 8154 Color: W Age: 33 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0380 Co.: Cambria Relation: Head ImageNum: 02610090 Other Res:
Wife Mable L 30, PA
Son Robert F 10, PA
Son Harry T 08, PA
Dau George A 04, PA
Dau Mary E 01, PA

[NI065682] 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

[NI065687] Johnstown Trib, Fri, Nov 20 1908: FUNERAL OF MRS. SMITH serv.s Conducted by Rev. Anschutz Tomorrow Afternoon. funeral of Mrs Catherine Smith, who d yesterdy at the Smith home, No. 400 Horner St., 7th Ward, will take place at 1 pm, when Rev. Charles Walker Anschutz, pastor of Trinity Luth. Ch., will conduct the obsequies. Bur. Livingston Cem., Glessner's Mills, Somerset Co. Mrs. Smith, nee Catherine Livingston, is survived by her hus.; but no chldn. d/o Samuel & Barbara Livingston, deceased, & was reared in the vicinity of Davidsville.

[NI065689] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Samuel W Livingston State: PA Dist: 0132 Color: W Age: 59 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0154 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head ImageNum: 02610268 Other Res.s:
Wife Mary Malinda 54, PA
Dau Ida B 31, PA
Son Charles Ross 25, PA
Dau Clara M E 19, PA
Dau Annie B 17, PA
Dau Laura M 15, PA
Dau Cora E 12, PA

[NI065691] .Johnstown Trib, Fri, Nov 27 1908: FERNDALE WOMAN DEAD Mrs. Mary Livingston Expired This Morn at Her Son's Home, Mrs. Mary Livingston, 75yrs, d abt 10 am at the home of her son, Joseph Fisher, Vickroy St., Ferndale Boro, after a wks' illness of typhoid pneumonia. The deceased was a d/o Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Livingston, deceased, was b. & reared in Somerest Co. funeral arrangements will be announced tomorrow. Sat, Nov 28, 1908: WILL BURY AT 2 TOMORROW serv.s Over Remains of Mrs. Livingston at Stahl Ch. funeral of Mrs. Mary Livingston, who d yesterdy forenoon at the home of her son on Vickroy St., Ferndale Boro, will be tomorrow from Stahl Men. Ch., Somerset Co., the remains to be lifted from the house at 1 pm. bur. Samuel Livingston farm Cem., not far from the Ch.

[NI065696] 1850 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA
204 212 LEVINGSTON Christian 37 M Farmer
Margaret 26 F
Sarah A. 8 F
William 6 M
Sophia 4 F
Lavenia 1/12 F
Nancy 38 F
1870 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 11 Aug 1870 by H. J. Boyts
32 88 82 Levingston Christian 58 M W Farmer 6,000 1,100 Penna
33 88 82 Levingston Rebecca 48 F W wife Penna
34 88 82 Levingston Mary 14 F W at home Penna
35 88 82 Siese Mary 15 F W Domestic Servant Penna

[NI065702] 1870 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 11 Aug 1870 by H. J. Boyts
36 89 83 Levingston Oliver 21 M W Farm Laborer . 200 Penna
37 89 83 Levingston Caroline 21 F W wife Penna
38 89 83 Mishler Balinda 21 F W Domestic Servant IN

[NI065705] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Harvey R Livingston Age: 37 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0128 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0241 County: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Mary E 34, PA
Daughter Myra M 15, PA
Son Merle H 13, PA
Son Arthru D 11, PA
Daughter Iva L 02, CA

[NI065709] Herald Of Truth , Vol XXIX, # 8 Apr 15, 1892 pg 126, 127. Livingston. On 16 Mar 1892, Kent Co., MI of disease of lungs & old age, Moses Livingston, aged 77y 2m 25d. He b in Somerset Co., Pa, & moved to MI on 4 Mar, 26y ago. His wife d 2y ago on 3 Mar. He was bur 18th. Funeral by George Long, Peter Keim, & John Speicher.
1850 census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 5 Nov by Henry Cook
2 35 36 LIVINGSTON Moses 35 M Farmer 2,500 PA
LIVINGSTON Christena 26 F PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 18
426 22 2797 2832 Leviston Moses 45 M farmer 5000 1350 PA
Leviston Christina 36 F PA
Leviston Catherine A. 18 F PA
Leviston Lucinda 16 F PA
Leviston Sarah 14 F PA
Leviston Hiram 12 M PA
Leviston Christina 9 F PA
Leviston Louisa 6 F PA
Leviston Susan 2 F PA

[NI065710] Herald of Truth, Vol XXVII, # 7 Apr 1 1890 pgs 108 & 109. Livingston. On 3 Mar 1890, Bowne, Kent co, MI, of an absess on neck, Christina, nee Weaver, w/o Moses Livingston, aged 65y 10m 13d. She was sick only a short time, but suffered severely. She m in 1841, & moved with her family to Kent co, MI in 1860. She was mother of 8 chdn, 7 of whom are living. She had 35 gchdn, 27 of whom are living, & all in this community. Servs by Peter Keim, Chr. Wenger & Bro. Long.

[NI065711] Gospel Herald Vol XVI # 32 Nov 8 1923 pg 669, 670. Kaufman, Catharine Ann d/o Moses & Christina Livingston, eldest of 8 chdn & b in Somerset Co., Pa Mar 5 1842. She moved to Bowne, MI with her parents in Mar 1866, & m John Kaufman, Bowne Aug 21 1870. For over 53y they were m. During 1st yrs of their m life they resided near Elmdale & then moved to East Campbell upon farm which has been their home for over 40y. She was mother of 6 sons & 1 dau. 1 son Moses d in infancy, another son Amos d Feb 5 1913, & her eldest son Anthony Weaver d Feb 1 1916. An only dau & 3 sons remain. She has been memb Menn Ch of Bowne for over 50y. After several mos of illness she peacefully passed away at her home Oct 22 1923 aged 81y 7m 17d. She is survived by her husb, her dau Mrs. Christina Weaver, 3 sons Hiram, William, & John H., 20 gchdn, 2 sisters Mrs. William Mishler & Mrs. John Lenhard, 1 bro Josiah Livingston, a large # of nephews & nieces, & many other relatives.

[NI065713] Herald of Truth Vol XXIV # 6 Mar 15 1887 pg 94, 95. Yoder. On 2 Mar, in Bowne Twp., Kent co, MI, of Paralysis, Sister Lucinda, w/o Stephen Yoder & d/o Moses Livingston, aged 34y 1m 14d. Bur on 3d at Menn meeting-house. Servs by John Speicher & George Long.

[NI065716] Gospel Herald - Vol XV, # 33 Nov 16 1922, pg 655. Livingston, Hiram b Cambria Co., Pa in 1848 d Oct 31 1922 aged 74y 10d. He came with his parents to MI in 1866. He m Christina Kauffman Aug 18, 1870. To this union were b 8 chdn, 3 of whom d in infancy, 5 grew to manhood & womanhood. Louiza preceded him in death 3y ago. There remain to mourn his departure his wife & 4 chdn: Alice, Gladwin, MI; Walter & Austin, Campbell Twp; & Charley, Grand Rapids, MI; 22 gchdn, 3 sisters, 1 bro, & a host of relatives & friends. He & his wife united with Menn Ch in 1873. Funeral at Menn Ch near Elmdale, MI by Bro. Aldus Brackbill. Bur in adjoining cem.

[NI065717] Gospel Herald, Mar 25, 1937 Vol XXIX, No.52 pg 1100. Livingston, Christina (Kauffman) Livingston b Apr 23 1853, in Somerset Co., Pa d Mar 3 1937 aged 83y 10m 8d. She came with her parents to MI & settled in Kent Co. In 1870 she m Hiram Livingstone. To this union 8 chdn were b, 3 dying in infancy. There remains 1 dau Alice Swanstra, Gladwin, MI & 3 sons Walter & Austin, Clarksville & Charley, Nashville, TN. 1 dau Louisa Buell d in 1919. She also leaves 24 gchdn, 16 ggchdn, 1 half sister Polly Custer, 1 half bro Jerry Kauffman, & a host of relatives & friends. She united with Menn Ch in 1873. Funeral Mar 5, at home & at Bowne Menn Ch conducted by Bro. T. E. Schrock. Bur adjoining cem.

[NI065718] Gospel Herald Vol XXI # 2 Apr 12 1928 pg 47. Livingston, Christina b Cambria Co., Pa Dec 31 1851 d Mar 25 1928 aged 76y 2m 25d. Her parents moved to MI when she was abt 13y old. She m John Lenhard Jan 3 1875. To this union were b 2 sons; Moses P, & Harley L. Lenhard, both Clarksville, MI. She united with Menn Ch 46y ago. Funeral at Bowne Menn Ch by Aldus Brackbill & D A Yoder.

[NI065719] Gospel Herald Vol XXXVII No 29 Oct 20 1944 pg 583. Lenhard, John b Waterloo, Ont. Oct 12 1852 d Sep 18 1944, at home of his son Harley, Howell, MI aged 91y 11m 6d. At age of 18 he moved to MI. On Jan 3 1875 he m Christena Livingston, who passed away Mar 25 1928. To this union 2 sons were b: Moses P, who d in 1937, & Harley L., with whom he made his home for past 7y. He also leaves 2 gchdn & 2 ggchdn. 10y ago he united with Menn Ch. Funeral at Bowne Menn Ch, near Clarksville, MI, in charge of Nelson Kauffman & T. E. Schrock. Bur in adjoining cem.

[NI065724] Tobias Livingston 20 Apr 1821
Herald of Truth, Vol XXVIII, # 2 Jan 15 1891 pgs 29-31. Livingston. On 3 Jan 1891, Conemaugh Twp., Somerset co, Pa Tobias Livingston, aged 69y 8m 14d. He was member Breth Ch for many yrs. His wife, 5 daus & 3 sons remain. Servs Stahl Ch by Samuel Zimmerman in English & Em. Blough in German language.
1850 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA
157 163 LIVINGSTON Tobias 29 M Carpenter
Elisabeth 22 F
1870 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA 15 Aug H. J. Boyts
8 151 148 Levingston Tobias 48 M W Farmer 1,000 400 Pa
Levingston Elisabeth 40 F W wife Pa
Levingston Jileann 19 F W at home Pa
Levingston Elisabeth 17 F W at home Pa
Levingston Hiram 18 M W at home Pa
Levingston Samuel 13 M W at home Pa
Levingston William 10 M W at home Pa
Levingston Sophia 8 F W at home Pa
Levingston Catharina 6 F W at home Pa
Levingston Sarah 2 F W at home P

[NI065728] GOSPEL HERALD Vol VIII # 21 Aug 19 1915 pg 350,351. LEHMAN, Elizabeth Livingston b Somerset Co, Pa. Apr 11 1853 d Jul 15 1915 aged 62y 3m 4d. She is survived by husb & 7 chdn, all living. Also 21 gchdn, 17 living & 4 deceased. She also has 3 sisters & 2 bros living. She was memb Menn Ch of Thomas congregation for many yrs. Funeral at Thomas Ch by S.G. Shetler, W.C. Hershberger, & L.A. Blough.

[NI065729] Gospel Herald Vol XXXV No 13 Jun 25 1942 pg 286,287. Lehman, Levi J. b Mar 24 1851 d May 23 1942 aged 91y 1m 29d. He m Elizabeth Livingstone Jun 15 1873. She passed away Jul 15 1915. To this union were b 7 chdn: Annie w/o Joseph Fender, John, Hiram, Tobias, Ellen w/o Cloyd Speicher, & Katie w/o Cloyd Gindlesberger, all of near Thomas Mills; Elizabeth w/o George Beuke of Johnstown, Pa. He m Anna Cuppet Feb 1 1921. There are 2 stepchdn Bessie Rogers, MI & Edward Speicher, Jerome, 30 gchdn, & 25 ggchdn. He was memb Thomas Menn Ch for quite a # of yrs. Funeral by Bro. James Saylor, assisted by Bros. Aldus Wingard & Harry C. Blough.
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Levi J Lehman State: PA Dist: 0132 Color: W Age: 59 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0050 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02770878 Other Residents:
Wife Elizabeth 57, PA
Dau Katie 25, PA
Dau Mary E Speicher 18, PA
Son-in-law Cloyd D Speicher NR, PA
gson Charles Speicher H NR, PA
gson Lloyd A Blough 11, PA
1 non-relative

[NI065736] 1910 PA Census Miracode Index
William R Livingston State: PA Dist: 0132 Color: W Age: 49 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0214 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head ImageNum: 02610307 Other Res:
1 non-relative

[NI065740] Josiah A Blough State: PA Enumeration District: 0158 Color: W Age: 47 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0240 County: Cambria Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00310134 Other Residents:
Wife Sadie 42, PA

[NI065741] Unmarried

[NI065742] Susanna & Jacob moved to what is now Harrison Co., OH abt 1806, settling near Scio. An account of this family is given in Charles Hanna's: "OH Valley Genealogies." Susanna's yr of b. given in the Elias Gnagey's History as 1780, but this would clash with her sis Elizabeth; also, it would make Susanna age 50 at the birth of her last child. Since her birth order in her father's estate papers places her between Elizabeth & Catherine, then she must have been b. 1782.

[NI065815] unmarried. Sophia received the bulk of the estate of her chldless uncle, George Derr, with whom she had resided since the death of her mother. Sophia in turn left her estate to her Shaffer nephews.

[NI065826] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Eugene T Heffley State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0128 Color: W Age: 39 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0182 Co.: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Husb. ImageNum: 01780509 Other Residents:
Wife Grace 33, PA
dau. Marian E 14, PA
dau. Helen H 10, PA
dau. Alicia J 07, PA
dau. Alice B 06, PA

[NI065827] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Lewis Eppley State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0144 Color: W Age: 47 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0054 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husb. ImageNum: 01200251 Other Residents:
Wife Jane H 43, PA
Son Norman R 23, PA
Son James W 21, PA
Daug. Laura F 19, PA
Son Clifford R 16, PA
Son Warren E 12, PA
Son Earnest R 09, PA
Son Lester E 07, PA
Son Richard C 03, PA
Obit June 28, 1933. Lewis EPPLEY, 70, retired merchant & for many yrs a prominent resident of Rosedale, d. at 5:30 pm yesterday afternoon at the Eppley home, 158 Strayer St., Morrellville, where he had resided since leaving Rosedale in 1918. Mr. Eppley's health had been impaired for the last 4 yrs. He had been bedfast for the last 2 wks. b. Ligonier Valley, Westmoreland Co., Lewis EPPLEY was the son of the late James & Eva HEFFNER EPPLEY. He & Miss Jane H. FORD were m. in Rosedale 48 yrs ago by the Rev. Mr. DeLong. Mrs. Eppley survives her husband with the following sons & dau.s: N.R. EPPLEY, Oakland; J.W. EPPLEY, Strayer Street, Morrellville; Laura, wife of E.S. BAKER, Seward; C.R. EPPLEY, Chandler Ave.; W.E. EPPLEY, Decker Avenue; E.R. EPPLEY, Oakland; & Edward & Curtis EPPLEY, both at home. Mr. EPPLEY was a brother of David EPPLEY, Chandler Ave.; Wesley EPPLEY, Walnut Grove; & Franklin EPPLEY, Beatrice Ave. For many yrs Mr. EPPLEY conducted a grocery business in Rosedale & continued in this business for a number of yrs after moving to Morrellville. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 pm Fri. afternoon at the Third Brethren Ch., Grape Ave. & Spring St. by the Rev. J.l. Gingrich, pastor, & the Rev. George H. Jones. Interment will be in Grandview Cem.

[NI065828] Trib Sat Apr 7 1900. EPPLEY, James Monroe,Sr. an old & respected resid. Rosedale, d. his home 5 pm yesterday, of pneumonia, aged 75 yrs. A native Somerset Co. b. 22 Jul 1825. m. Apr 27 1847, Somerset to Eve Hefner & they had 11 chldn. Andrew, Jacob & Margaret d. young; surviving: William H., John, George, Lewis, David, Adam W., James Monroe, Jr. & Frank Eppley, all residing Johnstown or its suburbs. The sons are m. & have chldn. Mr. Eppely came to Johnstown 1865 & secured employment with Cambria Iron Co., were he remained 'til a few yrs ago, since that time he has been living a retired life. The 1st illness of his long life was that which compelled him to take his bed a wk ago & which caused his death. An active memb. of U. Breth. faith & memb. of 1st Ch. here until recent building of a chapel at Rosedale. Since then he has been an attendant there. The funeral will take place tomorrow, serv.s conducted in U. Breth. Chapel at Rosedale. Bur. Grandview Cem.

[NI065829] Trib Wed, Mar 9 1904. Mrs. Eva Elizabeth Eppley, w/o James Eppley, d. 4:05 pm the home of her son, James M. Eppley, Rosedale, in 74 yr. Mrs. Eppley had been making her home among her chldn for some time, & yest. morn. walked from the home of dau.-in-law, Mrs. William Eppley, to the home of son James, where she spent some time knitting. Abt 3:30 o'clock she laid her work aside & said she was unable to see any more & shortly after was stricken.

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