[NI083252] Burial: Aft. May 27 1880, Union Cem., Sulphur Springs, Crawford Co., OH. Living: 1815, Ashland, Ashland Co., OH. Property: 1833, Crawford Co., OH; Property: 143 acres of land.
[NI083261] Burial: Hall Cem., Allegheney (now Garrett) Co., MD. Living: Aft. 1797, MD. Property: Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA: 242 acres of land.
[NI083262] Lived: Aft. 1828, Canton, Stark Co., OH. Occupation: farmer. Property: Bef. 1828, Somerset Co., PA: farmland.
[NI083265] More abt Jacob Keagy: Living: Aft. 1815, Ashland, Ashland Co., OH. Occupation: Abt. 1800, Salisbury, Somerset Co., PA; Occupation: merchant & businessman. Property: Abt. 1800, Salisbury, Somerset Co., PA: large land holdings.
[NI083267] Living: Harrison Co., OH. Occupation: Bef. 1824, Salisbury, Somerset Co., PA farmer.
[NI083281] Emmigrated to PA 1768. Moved to Somerset Co., PA in 1793, where he farmed. He located across from the Keystone Mine. In 1807 he bought a farm in Elk Lick Twp. abt 1 mi. from Salisbury adjoining the Frank O. Livengood farm on which the grist mill stands. He was a member of the German Bapt. Ch.
1850 Federal Census Elklick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 21 Oct 1850 by John H. Smith
35 139 143 Lichty John C. 51 M Farmer 2,000 PA
36 139 143 Lichty Elizabeth 46 F PA
37 139 143 Lichty Jonas 20 M Labourer PA
38 139 143 Lichty David 18 M Labourer PA
39 139 143 Lichty Mary 17 F PA
40 139 143 Lichty Elizabeth 15 F PA
41 139 143 Fately Henry 13 M PA
1870 Federal Census Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 11 Aug 1870 by Michael G. Smith
13 15 15 Lichty John C. 71 M W Retired Farmer 4,000 1,000 PA
14 15 15 Lichty Elizabeth 68 F W House keeper PA
1850 Census Elklick Twp., Somerset Co., PA 1 Nov 1850 John H. Smith
33 158 162 Lichty Samuel C. 50 M Farmer 2,000 PA
Lichty Susan 44 F PA
Lichty Balinda 14 F PA
Mott Abra'm. 14 M PA
1850 Federal Census Summit Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated on the 11 Oct 1850 by John H. Smith
9 98 99 Lichty Daniel 48 M Farmer 3,000
10 98 99 Lichty Rachel 42 F
11 98 99 Lichty Jacob 18 M Labourer
12 98 99 Lichty Gabriel 9 M
13 98 99 Lichty Elisabeth 7 F
14 98 99 Lichty John 3 M
15 98 99 Miller Samuel 23 M Labourer
16 98 99 Miller Mary 22 F
1850 Census Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA 27 Oct J J Schell
34 409 420 Lichty David 45 M Farmer 5,000 PA
Lichty Susanna 42 M PA Sex is listed as male.
Lichty Saloma 20 F PA
Lichty Anne 16 F PA
Lichty Elisabeth 14 F PA
Lichty Samuel 9 M PA
Lichty William 6 M PA
Lichty Hariet 4 F PA
Lichty Mary 4 F PA
Lichty Lucinda 1 F PA
Lichty Christian 42 M Invalid PA
Oliver enlisted in the Civil War 28 Feb 1865 "K" 78 reg. of PA Vet. Vol commanded by Captain John Brewster. While a member of the Union Army in Jul 1865 he was sunstruck doing patrol duty. Mustered out Nashville, TN 11 Nov 1865. He was 5'7" with light hair, light skin & blue eyes Cause of death: Direct cause - Catarrhal Asthma - indirect cause - chronic gastro intestinal - catarrh - chronic bronchitis with lack of compensation of heart & kidney. A. C. Evans, attending physician Intered in St. Paul's Cem., Aitch PA.
Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Oliver O Clapper State: PA Enumeration District: 0065 Color: W Age: 65 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0063 County: Huntingdon Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00730130 Other Residents:
Son Calvin 24, PA
Son John G 21, PA
Son James A 19, PA
Daughter Gertrude 16, PA
Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
William H Clapper State: PA Enumeration District: 0012 Color: W Age: 62 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0063 County: Bedford Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00730217 Other Residents:
Wife Harriet 52, PA
Son Orb W 32, PA
Daughter Ada 30, PA
Daughter Racheal 28, PA
Son Walter 23, PA
Son Melvin 13, PA
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
James Lloyd State: PA Dist: 0065 Color: W Age: 59 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0064 Co.: Huntingdon Relation: Head ImageNum: 02680584 Other Res:
Wife Sarah 60, PA
Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Samuel H Clapper State: PA Enumeration District: 0065 Color: W Age: 28 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0011 County: Huntingdon Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00730166 Other Residents:
Wife Rachael J 24, PA
Son Richard F 04, PA
Son Robert R 02, PA
Daughter Ruth M NR, PA
[NI083359] McHUGH , Harry J., 79, formerly of Johnstown, d. Apr 17 1976, Aultman Hosp, Canton, OH. b Nov 20 1896, Johnstown, s/o Venantius & Anna (Brown) McHugh. Preceded in death by parents. Survived by widow, Gertrude E. McCune, formerly of Windber. Bro of Mrs. Mabel George, Mrs. Bernadette Boyd, Mrs. Veronica Dowdell, Mrs. George (Bertha) Leaf & Joseph, all of Johnstown. Retired Texaco gas sta proprietor. Memb. Post 294, Amer. Legion, Johnstown. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 pm Mon Picking-Treece-Bennett Mortuary serv 8:30 pm. Funeral serv 10 am Tue, Visitation Cath Ch, Rev. Msgr.Thomas Cawley. Bur Grandview Cem.
[NI083380] abt 1855/6 their family moved west & settled near others of his family in Green Co., WI. abt 1874 they moved to Stephenson Co., IL & by 1885 they had moved again to Concord Twp., Hardin Co., IA. There are 9 chldn of Benjamin & Susannah.
[NI083384] the d/o Sebastian Shallus & Maria Graf. Her uncle, Jacob, was a proiminent Philadelphia businessman who is credited with penning the Declaration of Independance. Catherine was widowed by Ludwig when d. intestate in 1820. His sons, Absolom & Ludwig were granted guardianship over the minor chldn in the household; William & Susanna, respectively. George Hay, a nearby neighbor, was granted guardianship of Rosina Baer. Each was guardian over $2,353.00 to be cared for until the chldn reach maturity. In the case of the girls, until they were m.. On Aug 24 1825, Catherine retained the services of George Ross, Esq. to sue her step-sons for the money they were to be overseeing. Apparently, Catharine had not received any money for the care of her minor chldn for 4 yrs. The court ruled in her favor & the money was returned to the court. Catherine d. at the age of 81 & bur. near her chldn in Greenville Luth. Ch., Greenville, Somerset, PA. Little is known abt the chldn of Ludwig & Maria Davis. Absolom is recorded on the 1850 census then dies sometime later. Other names, Ludwig & Jerimiah are also shown on census records - prior to1850. It is clear, however, from court proceedings that Catharine cared for all of Ludwig's chldn (there were 18 - though some d. early). The administration account shows 12 chldn: Absolom, Barbara, Lewis,Catherine, Jacob, Daniel, Elizabeth, Margaret, John, Rosina, William andSusanna. The last 9 were her chldn.
[NI083385] Ludwig Baer is one of the early settlers to Somerset Co.. He was along time resident of Berlin, Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co.. bur. Pine Hill Luth. Ch. next to his 1st wife, Mary Elizabeth Davis, d/o Henrich Davis of York Co.. Catherine Shallus, his 2nd wife bur. Greenville Luth. Ch. Cem. next to many of her chldn & grandchldn. Little is known personally abt Ludwig other than the fact that he is described as being a large man - tall, over 6 ft, & big chested (barrell chested). He is said to have been very agile & active even at older stages of his life. The Berlin newspaper records Ludwig racing in a foot race with Valentine Lout during an annual festival. Ludwig was in his early 70's but was said to have been in excellent health. It is presumed that Ludwig was a farmer - & farmed most of his life in Somerset Co. d. at age 75 (which was considered OLD in the early 1800's). Ludwig & his 2 wives produced 17 chldn. Most survived into adulthood, quite a feat, given that the mortality survival rate of infants only abt 25% in those days. Ludwig lived for some time in Greenville as most of his chldnb.to him by Catherine were all b.there. Recent research has traced Ludwig's early days to York Co.. He m. his 1st wife there, the d/o prominent land owner, Henrich Davis. Ludwig's parents have since been uncovered through searching the archives. Ludwig was the 2nd child of eight b.to Jeremiah & Mary Baer (also spelled Bar, Beer, Bare) of Dover Twp., York Co., PA Jeremiah arrived in America in 1749 & it is possible that he had 2 chldn, Wilhelm & Ludwig at that time. Ludwig m. (1) Maria Elizabeth Davis, d/o Heinrich Davis & Marey Barbara, before 1774 in Dover Twp., York Co., PA Maria b. 1754 in York Co., PA d. 1796 in Brothers Valley, Somerset, Pa bur. Pine Hill Luth. Cem.
1870 Federal Census Alleghany Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 15 Jun 1870 John H. Lepley
16 14 13 Hochstetler Conrad 26 M W Laborer 100 PA
17 14 13 Hochstetler Catherine 23 F W Keeping House PA
18 14 13 Hochstetler Josiah 2 M W PA
19 14 13 Hochstetler Ma*ona 6/12 F W PA Nov
1880 Federal Census Allegheny Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator H.L.Walker 9 Jun 1880
221A 19 125 127 Hostetler Conrad W M 36 Farmer PA PA PA
221A 20 125 127 Hostetler Catherine W F 30 Wife Keeping house PA Russia Russia
221A 21 125 127 Hostetler Josiah W M 12 Son Works on farm PA PA PA
221A 22 125 127 Hostetler Minerva A. W F 10 Daughter At home PA PA PA
221A 23 125 127 Hostetler Annie W F 9 Daughter PA PA PA
221A 24 125 127 Hostetler Wm.H. W M 7 Son PA PA PA
221A 25 125 127 Hostetler Harmon P. W M 5 Son PA PA PA
221A 26 125 127 Hostetler Susan W F 1 Daughter PA PA PA
221A 27 125 127 Hostetler Albert W M 25/30 May Son PA PA PA
1850 census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA
602-96 Shultz Henry 45 M Shingle Maker PA
Catharine 39 F PA
Benjamin 19 M Labourer PA
Margaret 18 F PA
Micheal 16 M Labourer PA
Lemuel 14 M PA
Jacob 12 M PA
Catharine 10 F PA
John 8 M PA
Peter 6 M PA
Ezekiah 3 M PA
Amanda 2 F PA
Zacheria 2/12 M PA
[NI083396] Samuel Livingston lived all of his life in Hopewell Twp. He retained the tract of land that he purchased from his father Andrew in 1797, and also warranted an additional 60 acres on 5 Jun 1816. He is enumerated on the 1800 census in Hopewell Twp. Samuel wrote his will on 19 May 1841. He left his house & a small meadow on Yellow Creek to his unmarried dau. Sarah. Sons David & William each received $1.00, "in addition to what they have formerly received." The rest of the estate was left to dau.s Barbara Wishart, Mary Ford, Elizabeth Hissong, & Sarah Livingston. Sons Jacob, John & Samuel were also mentioned.
[NI083403] Never married
[NI083413] John d. intestate, leaving a widow & 10 chldn. He had 2 certain tract of land situated in Greenville Twp. in Somerset Co. The 1st contained 100 acs more or less with appertenances bounded by lands of Samuel Griffith, Peter Shultz, Jacob Meyers heirs & 40 acs of which are clear with a house & barn erected thereon. 2nd tract contained 160 acs more or less. Interred in Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA.
Pvt. Solomon H. Deal, a resident of Hays Mill, Somerset Co., who served with the 87th PA Volunteer Inf. during the Civil War. Deal was drafted & served from June 3, 1864, through June 29, 1865
1870 Census Larimer Twp., Somerset Co., PA Aug 29, 1870 By Lewis G. Dom.
19 48 48 Deal Solomon 41 M W Laborer on RR 200 PA
Deal Tillina 37 F W Keeping House PA
Deal John 16 M W Laborer on RR PA
Deal Mathias 14 M W At Home MD
Deal Eliza E. 12 F W At Home PA
Deal Susannah 10 F W At Home PA
Deal Rebecca 07 F W PA
Deal Lydia 06 F W PA
Deal Charlotte 03 F W PA
Deal Amanda 2/12 F W PA Apr.
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Solomon Deal State: PA Enumeration District: 0143 Color: W Age: 80 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0075 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01080375 Other Residents:
1850 Census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA
46 Hetzell, John 60 M Farmer
Hetzell, Elisabeth 51 F
Hetzell, Sarah 15 F
Hetzell, Jacob 11 M
[NI083447] Susanna Shultz, d/o John & Barbara Unk Shultz, b 13 Sep 1808 Greenville, Somerset Co. & bapt. 13 Nov 1808 Salisbury Reformed Ch. m. Henry Hoyman, Sr. 1825. She d. 3 Jan 1855 & was bur. Berger Cem., Donegal Twp., Westmoreland Co., Pa. They had 2 ch.: Magdalena & Michael. (Source: *Laurel Messenger,* Somerset Hist. & Genealogical Soc., Feb 1985)
1850 Census Southampton Twp., Somerset Co., PA 19 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
34 131 133 Hoyman Henry 66 M None PA
Hoyman Susan 62 F PA
Hoyman Magdalena 22 F PA
Hoyman Michael 21 M Labourer PA
1850 Federal Census Southampton Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 22 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
14 167 171 Hutzel Jacob M. 40 M Labourer PA
15 167 171 Hutzel Susan 41 F PA
16 167 171 Hutzel Michael 19 M Labourer PA
17 167 171 Hutzel John 17 M Labourer PA
18 167 171 Hutzel Noah 16 M Labourer PA
19 167 171 Hutzel Mary 14 F PA
20 167 171 Hutzel Jacob 13 M PA
21 167 171 Hutzel Julian 11 F PA
22 167 171 Hutzel William 10 M PA
23 167 171 Hutzel Elizabeth 3 F PA
24 167 171 Hutzel Mary 70 F PA
Jacob & Susannah headed west with their family stopping for a while in Owen Co., IN before moving on to Green Co., WI by 1860. Jacob d. after Apr of 1881 when he made his will. There are 8 known chldn of Jacob & Susannah.
[NI083459] When he was a young man, his family headed west arriving in WI in 1854. 6 yrs later he returned to the state of IN & was m. to Catherine GONSER, the d/o Eli Gonser & Nellie WINKLEPLECK, on 8 Jan 1860 in Clay City, Owen Co. IN. The family moved on to Green Co., WI in 1865 & lived there until 1873 when they moved to IA for 4 yrs. In 1876, Michael & Catherine returned to Spring Grove, Green Co., WI where they lived out their lives. Michael d. 11 Jul 1904 & is bur. in Greenwood Cem., Brodhead, Green Co., WI. There are 7 chldn of Michael & Catherine.
[NI083460] Her father d. when she was young & she helped her mother keep the family together on the farm by working in the fields with her brothers & sisters.
[NI083474] 4 of their 11 chldn were b. in eastern OH, in Coshocton Co. abt 1843 the family moved to near what is now Coal City, IN. The farm on which the family settled was purchased from Nellie's father for $1 per ac. She was a weaver as were many women in that day, & she wove for others to acquire the money to pay for the farm. Eli d. 26 May 1858. The untimely death of her 1st husband, Eli, Sr., at 41, left her with 10 chldn, the oldest of whom was 20 & the youngest 2, & 1 to be b. after his death. The family suffered many hardships in a Co. that was a semi-wilderness, but with good management, industry & hard work & with the help of the chldn she managed to keep the family together. The older girls often did the work of men, & the younger ones worked in the fields as soon as they were old enought to use a hoe. They raised all of their food & the flax for their clothing. Nellie Ellen wove the flax for their clothing & also made their garments. Later in life m. to George Croft, but the date of this 2nd marriage is not known. There were no chldn from this 2nd marriage. Nellie Ellen d. 9 Jun 1891 on the farm on which she had lived for almost 50 yrs. d. on the 71st ann. of her birth. She was interred in Beech Cem. a few miles north of Coal City, Owen Co., IN.
Lucy & James moved west & in 1885 were living in Hardin Co., IA. From there they moved to Marshall Co., IA. On 16 Feb 1893 James & Lucy were divorced in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA & their chldn given to the care of the Iowa Educational Aid Assc. James & Lucy had 4 chldn. Lucy m. a 2nd time to
John H. RHODES on 9 Sep 1893 in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA. They were divorced in Marshalltown 26 Jan 1900. There were no chldn from the 2nd marriage. Lucy d. 11 Sep 1920 & is bur. in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA
[NI083481] When James was young the family moved west & in 1870 were living in Green Co., WI. The family moved again & in 1880 were living in Stephenson Co., IL. It was there on 10 Sep 1881 that m. to Lucy HUTZELL. She was d/o Michael HUTZELL & Catherine GONSER. The family moved farther west & in 1885 were living in Hardin Co., IA. On 16 Feb 1893 James & Lucy were divorced in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA & their chldn given to the care of the Iowa Educational Aid Association. James & Lucy had 4 chldn.
[NI083506] Nothing is known abt her after the parents divorce.
[NI083509] Nothing is know abt him after the divorce
[NI083510] Gurney was 4 yrs old, his parents were divorced & the chldn were "given into the care & custody of the Iowa Educational Aid Assc. during the yrs of their minority". Gurney was taken into the family of Donald & Margaret (REED) MCBAIN of Dike, Grundy Co., IA by 1895 & was raised with their 5 dau.s: Mary, Josephine, Agnes, Myra, & Susan. Sometime between 1907 & 1917 when he enlisted in the military for WWI he took the name of McBain. On 4 Sep 1920 m. to Mary Elizabeth WALKER in Minneapolis, Hennipin Co., MN. She was d/o James WALKER & Eda Estella RAPER. Gurney & Mary lived out their lives in Cedar Falls, Black Hawk Co., IA where he worked for Viking Pump. d. 22 Feb 1943 in Des Moines, Polk Co., IA & is bur. in Elmwood Cem., Dike, Grundy Co., IA.
[NI083511] Her parents separated before 1900 & she moved with her mother & sister to lived near her Raper grandparents in Taylor Co., IA. Her mother rem. & she was raised with 5 half brothers & sisters. The family moved to Cedar Falls & Mary met Gurney MCBAIN who m. on 4 Sep 1920 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN. He was s/o James Elmer SHULTZand Lucy HUTZELL. Mary & Gurney lived in Cedar Falls, Black Hawk Co., IA. She was a member of the 7th Day Adventist Ch. in Waterloo, IA & very involved in church activities. After Gurney d. 1943 she worked at several jobs including the Vinton School for the Blind & at Iowa State Teachers College (now UNI). She also spent many yrs as a companion to older women. d. 24 Sep 1986 in Eldora, Hardin Co., IA & is bur. in Elmwood Cem., Dike, Grundy Co., IA There are 2 chldn of Gurney & Mary.
[NI083523] Never Married
[NI083527] When Eda was abt 12 her family moved to IL. There m. James WALKER on 29 Jan 1896 in Industry, McDonough Co., IL. He was s/o Charles WALKER & Elizabeth MADDOX. There are 2 chldn of James & Eda. James & Eda were separated by 1900 when Eda is found living with her bro. in Taylor Co., IA. Eda m. again, this time to Robert Alonzo Eliot. They were m. after 1900. There were 5 chldn of Eda & Robert.
[NI083529] She attended Cedar Falls schools & graduated in 1942. She was a member of the 7th Day Adventist Ch. in Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA & it was at a church meeting at the Bible Camp in Cedar Falls, that she met Albert Lincoln JENSEN. He was s/o Lauritz Christian JENSEN & Mathilde Christina PAULSEN. His family was in Cedar Falls to attend the meeting. m. to Albert on 13 Jun 1946 in Cedar Falls, Black Hawk Co., IA. Shortly after their marriage, Lois & Albert moved to Muscatine, IA where he worked at Carver Pump Co., for 2 yrs. They returned to Waterloo where they lived in 1952. At that time they moved to Ames where Albert worked with his bro.s in construction for abt 6 wks. They then returned to Cedar Falls to live until they were divorced on 18 Dec 1967. There are 3 chldn of Lois & Albert. All are still living. Lois attended Gates Business College in 1968 & after that worked at Waterloo Industries. Lois m. again & there were no chldn from that marriage. She & her husband moved to Eldora, Hardin Co., IA where she worked as a cook for several yrs. She & her husband moved to Florida in their retirement & Lois d. in Tampa, FL on 4 Jul 1987. She was bur. in Elmwood Cem., Dike, Grundy Co., IA.
[NI083530] He was the 3rd son of Lauritz Christian JENSEN & Mathilde Christina PAULSEN. He attended & graduated from the hi school in that town. He met his 1st wife Eloise (Lois) Estella MCBAIN, dau. of Gurney MCBAIN & Mary Elizabeth WALKER at a church meeting he attended at the Bible Camp in Cedar Falls with his mother & 2 older bro.s. He moved to Cedar Falls where he lived on Olive St. across the st. from the McBains. At that time he worked at the Ford Hopkins Drug Store in Waterloo as a clerk. He rode the trolly car or bus to & from work. In Feb 1943 he was drafted into the service. He started with the A Co 86 INF REP BLT at Camp Roberts, CA where he trained a an anti-tank gunner. After a short time he joined the Army band. He later transferred to H Co. & became a radio oper. with command post. After training he was shipped to the Pacific area. Much of the time he was aboard ship & seasick everytime. The one time he was not, he became landsick after he landed. Time was spent on many islands. On Vela LaVella he experienced an earthquake. After his discharge on 23 Dec 1945, he returned to Cedar Falls & was m. to Lois MCBAIN on 13 Jan 1846. They moved to Muscatine, IA where their dau. b.. Albert was working as an apprentice at Carver Pump Co. They were there for 2 yrs. They returned to Waterloo, IA & Albert worked at John Deere for 2 yrs. In 1950 they moved to Ames, IA where he worked for 6 wks in construction with his bro.s. He returned again with his family to Waterloo & John Deere until 2 Sep 1952. They moved to Cedar Falls, IA & he again changed jobs, this time to Midwest Pattern Co. He & Lois were divorced 18 Dec 1867. Albert & Lois had 3 chldn. All are still living. Albert moved then to Waterloo where he met & m. his 2nd wife in 1970. He finished working on 8 Feb 1985 at Midwest Pattern Co., & kept active for his remaining yrs working on projects around his home. d. 25 Jan 1995 & his body was cremated.
[NI083531] When he was a young man he & his bro.s, Emil & Carl, immigrated to US & settled in SW Iowa. This area had a large Danish settlement. Lauritz settled in Missouri Valley, Harrison Co, IA in 1902. m. Matilda Christina PAULSEN on 29 Sep 1906 in Council Bluffs, Pottawamie Co., IA. She was d/o Lauritz Alexander Paulsen & Marie Pedersen. He became a memb. of the 7th Day Adventist Ch. in 1908 & was a memb. of the Danish Brotherhood in Amer. for many yrs. Lauritz was a well known contractor & carpenter in Missouri Valley for 43 yrs. d. 9 Apr 1945 & is bur. in Oak Grove Cem. near Missouri Valley. There are 4 chldn of Lauritz & Mathilde.
[NI083532] She was delivered by a midwife according to an statement given by her mother in 1953. The family immigrated to the USA & arrived by boat at New York, NY on 2 Aug 1887. They settled in the Omaha, NE area. They also lived for a period of time in Missouri Valley, Harrison Co., IA. It was there that she met & m. Lauritz Christian JENSEN. He was s/o Hans Peter JENSEN & Ane Sophie HANSEN. She was a active member of the 7th Day Adventist Ch. Lauritz d. in 1945 & Matilda m. Charles G. McMILLAN on 8 Jun 1947 in Missouri Valley, IA. d. in 1950. Matilda moved to Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE to be near one of her chldn. She kept active with needlework & a large garden. d. 16 Jun 1971 in Lincoln, NE & is bur. in Oak Grove Cem. outside of Missouri Valley, Harrison Co., IA.
[NI083533] His family moved to the Brown Co. area when he was still a young child. He & Belle lived on a farm in Section 2 Twp 1 N R 3 W in Brown Co. Charles was converted at the Chapel Hill church in 1916.
[NI083535] Austin & Speedie lived in IA for several yrs before returning to IL abt 1892. After a period of time they again traveled to Taylor Co. where Austin d. in a train accident on 23 Sep 1906. He is bur. in Dallas Center Cem., Taylor Co., IA.
[NI083545] Augustus moved west with his family abt 1850 & joined his father's family in Schulyer Co., IL.
[NI083547] Lewis & Mary moved to Cass Co., MI abt 1843 & lived in there for sev. yrs before moving to Taylor Co., IA by 1870.
[NI083559] Never married
Ambrose was a building contractor & carpenter. He built several churches in the area. He & Ferdinand also built coffins.
1850 Federal Census Elklick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 21 Oct 1850 by John H. Smith
29 103 107 Brike Ambrose 34 M Joiner 700 Germany
30 103 107 Brike Margaret 21 F PA
31 103 107 Brike Mary A. 3 F PA
32 103 107 Brike Hester S. 1 F PA
33 103 107 Brike Ferdinand 30 M Germany
34 103 107 Brike Joseph 66 M Germany
35 103 107 Brike Augustin 67 F Germany
1870 Federal Census Summit Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 15 Aug 1870 by Jno. Hicks, p 21
11 140 147 Breig Ambrose 54 M W House carpenter 150 Baden, Ger.
12 140 147 Breig Margaret 45 F W Keeping house Baden, Ger
13 140 147 Breig Elizabeth 18 F W Baden, Ger
14 140 147 Breig Martha 16 F W PA
15 140 147 Breig Peter P. 11 M W PA
16 140 147 Breig Alfred 9 M W PA
17 140 147 Breig Sarah L. 6 F W PA
18 140 147 Breig George F. 4 M W PA
19 140 147 Breig Rachel E. 2 F W PA
20 140 147 Breig Joseph 86 M W Baden, Ger
21 140 147 Breig Maria A. 87 F W Baden, Ger
1880 Census Place: Meyersdale, Somerset, PA Page 567B
Ambrose BREIG Self M M W 62 BADEN Occ: Carpenter Fa: BADEN Mo: BADEN
Margret A. BREIG Wife F M W 51 PA Occ: Keeping House Fa: ENG Mo: BADEN
Peter P. BREIG Son M S W 21 PA Occ: Carpenter Fa: BADEN Mo: PA
Alfred J. BREIG Son M S W 19 PA Occ: Carpenter Fa: BADEN Mo: PA
Sarah L. BREIG Dau F S W 16 PA Fa: BADEN Mo: PA
George F. BREIG Son M S W 14 PA Occ: At School Fa: BADEN Mo: PA
Effie E. V. BREIG Dau F S W
[NI083590] Never married
[NI083591] Never married
[NI083596] came to the US in the late 1840's or early 1850's & spent some time in PA before moving to the Brown Co., IL area. No record has been found for either of their deaths.
[NI083604] Never married
[NI083623] Louis, Marie & their 2 oldest chldn immigrated to the US & arrived by boat at New, York, NY on 2 Aug 1887. They settled in Omaha, NE. They moved to Missouri Valley, Harrison Co., IA a short time later. Louis became a naturalized citizen of the US on 9 Sep 1892 in Logan, Harrison Co., IA. In 1915 they moved to Milltown, Polk Co., WI where they lived until Louis d. 31 Oct 1938. He is bur. in Milltown Cem.. There are 8 chldn of Louis & Marie.
[NI083629] Most of the family stayed in Denmark but Lauritz & his 2 his bro.s, Emil & Carl, moved to the US & settled in the SW corner of Iowa.
[NI083631] Jens Pedersen. The earliest known ancestor of our JENSEN family is Jens PEDERSEN. The name seems different, but remember that Denmark had a patranomic method of naming. The chldn took the 1st name of the father with sen or datter added on. Little is know abt Jens PEDERSEN other than m. to Ane SORENSEN. 1 son was named Hans Peder JENSEN & it is from him that our JENSEN family descends.
[NI083633] Never married
[NI083673] Marvilyn is a missionary under the Bap. Mid-Mission
[NI083674] a missionary pastor with the Central Bap. Church.
Attended schools in his nativity, where he studied Greek & Latin. Recieved his medical educating in Trinity College, completing studies in 3 yrs, passed a creditible exam before that institution. 1820 he immigrated to Amer. & located in Pittsburg, PA, but not happy there he moved to New Orleans, LA where he practiced his profession for 1 yr, then began traveling. This he did for several yrs. Finally settled in Streubenville, OH where he practiced medicine for a number of yrs. He retired from his practice abt 1869. He m. 1st Miss CARROLL
on 18 Mar 1822, she d. 1823. He m. 2nd to Sarah Castner on 14 Sep 1824. They had 5 chldn. She d. 14 Apr 1876 & bur. in Two Ridge Cem. He d. 2 Apr 1884 in Jefferson Co., OH & bur. Two Ridge Cem. He is survived by sis. Margaret LEE, son James of Island Creek Twp., Jefferson Co., OH & 2 dau.s Sarah Ann WILSON of Brussels & Jane HONNE of Pittsburg, PA.
[NI083920] After div. he disappeared
[NI083975] Childhood in York, NE
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Henry Egolf State: PA Enumeration District: 0161 Color: W Age: 37 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0189 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 01230094 Other Residents:
Wife Sadie 32, PA
Dau. Flora 12, PA
Son Ralph 09, PA
Son Ward 07, PA
Dau. Verna 03, PA
Dau. Laura NR, PA
1870 census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 2 Jul 1870 by Hiram J. Boytz
10 81 81 Rhoads Nathen 39 M W cooper 400 Pa
11 81 81 Rhoads Mary E 29 F W wife Pa
12 81 81 Rhoads George 10 M W at home Pa
13 81 81 Rhoads James 9 M W at home Pa
14 81 81 Rhoads Hester 7 F W at home Pa
15 81 81 Rhoads Franklin 1 M W Pa
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
George A Lear State: PA Dist: 0211 Color: W Age: 59 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0061 Co.: Westmoreland Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02790031 Other Residents:
Wife Percilla M 51, PA
Son Jessie 20, PA
Joseph Hopkins DeWitt b. 23 Apr 1798 Frankford, Sussex Co, NJ s/o Abraham DeWitt & Mehitable Hopkins m. 24 Jul 1819 Sarah Goble b.16 Apr 1803 d/o Nathan Goble & Azubah Price. Joseph m. 12 May 1822 (2) Sarah Edwards, known as Sally, b. 1798. Sally was the mother of Catherine Cecelia Edwards b. 19 Oct 1818 m. Nelson Wolfe, resided Bradford Co, PA. Joseph, Sarah, & family were enumerated in Frankford Twp, Sussex Co, NJ in 1830. Warren Bartlett of Columbia Twp, Bradford Co, PA conveyed (12:488) for $1 to Joseph H. DeWitt of Frankford Twp, Sussex Co, NJ, 38 1/2 acres of a 77 acre tract in Columbia Twp, 4 May 1836. Also, on that same day, James Seeley Jr., & his wife, Laura of Wells Twp, Bradford Co, conveyed (12:486) 199 acres in Columbia Twp to Joseph. The family perhaps removed at that date (1836) to northern Columbia Twp, Bradford Co, PA near Baptist Hill. Joseph 1st appears in the 1837 tax lists of Columbia. Below are the assessment yrs & property that Joseph was taxed for:
1840 Columbia - 120 improved acres, 520 unimproved acres, 1 house, 2 horses, 1 yoke oxen, 12 cows
1841 Columbia - 120 improved acres, 354 unimproved acres, 3 horses, 9 cows (notation add 120 acres)
1841 Wells - 14 unimproved acres
1842 Columbia - 660 acres & house, 4 horses, 1 yoke oxen, 13 cows
1842 Wells - 15 unimproved acres
1843 Columbia - 660 acres & house, 3 horses, 1 pair oxen, 12 cows
1843 Wells - 11 acres (2 unimproved)
1844 Columbia - 150 improved acres & house, 390 unimproved acres, 3 horses, 1 pair oxen, 16 cows
1844 Wells - 11 unimproved acres
1845 Columbia - 540 acres (140 improved & house), 2 horses, 13 cows
1845 Wells - 11 unimproved acres
1846 Columbia - 140 improved acres, 400 unimproved acres, 20 cows, 2 oxen, 6 horses
1846 Wells - 11 unimproved acres
Enumerated in Columbia Twp in 1840, farmer. They attended the Meth. Ep. Ch. at Judson Hill, Wells Twp. Sarah d. 24 Oct 1842 44 y 7m Judson Hill Cem., Wells Twp, Bradford Co, PA. Joseph m. 4 Dec 1844 (3) Olivia Pitts Rumsey b. c. 1817 d/o Noah Rumsey & Susannah Cudworth, Sullivan Twp, Tioga Co, PA. Joseph purchased (51:185) 63 acres in Columbia Twp, 10 Jun 1846 from the William Bingham trustees. Enumerated in Columbia Twp in 1850, farmer, value of real estate $12,000. Joseph & Olivia sold (51:187) the 63 acres, 10 Dec 1857 to son, George W. DeWitt & George in turn assigned (51:188) the land to bro. Caleb, 29 Dec 1857. On 2 Dec 1857, Joseph & Olivia DeWitt, Rutland Twp, Tioga Co, PA deeded 242 acres (51:50) & 199 acres (51:51) of land in Columbia Twp to William R. DeWitt of Portage, WI. Joseph & Olivia removed to MO & were enumerated in Moniteau Twp, Cooper Co, post office address CA in 1860. Olivia & her 3 youngest chldn were enumerated in York Twp, Iowa Co, IA in 1870, farmers.
1850 census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator John J. Schell
209-59 Fry, Henry 35 M Farmer I-'A
Mary 35 F PA
Noah 9 M PA
Josiah 8 M PA
Cyrus 6 M PA
Eliza 5 F PA
Franklin 3 M PA
Sarah 1 F PA
Matilda 20 F PA
Gohn, George 15 M PA
1850 census Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA
333 37 Landis Henry 72 M PA
Magdalena 63 F PA
Forney Leah 11 F PA
[NI084233] Died in Childhood
[NI084234] Died in infancy
[NI084291] Died in childhood
[NI084292] Died in childhood
[NI084362] 1 chld Killed, 1 son in TX. Milton with him now.
[NI084370] m ? had 1 chld, boy who went to Denver, CO when she div. Murray. Murray was SDAdventist.
[NI084388] In 1882 they moved to MI to homestead in Vassar with their 3 chldrn. Alonzo was a farmer & married Jenny ? after the death of Catherine. Adventism was the faith adopted sometime after their arrival in Tuscola Co. MI. A prominent founder of Vassar had converted to this group after meetings held by Isaac Van Horn & Dudley Canright, Adventist preachers, in 1866. A large church was built but attendance was small.
[NI084392] It is thought that Jacob left Germany in 1844, alone, on the SS Furnise D'Opliens. Tomassen had been b. in Livingston Co. NY. Jacob acquired a substantial farm in E. Aurora NY, 15 mi SE of Buffalo, next to Phillip Bodimer who also had a farm there. Alonzo was b. there in 1851. Catherine's brother, also Jacob, had come to live with the Bodimers, and we suspect that the marriage between Alonzo & Catherine was about 1875, being that Murray was born in 1876. There is some confusion about whether or not Jacob has other wives because the death certificate of Alonzo states that his mother was May Meehan.
[NI084399] George is the one I understand was killed one day when he was driving his horse and wagon. Don't know the circumstances or anything -- Mammy said "An Italian shot him."
[NI084417] Trib Oct 13 1925 Eli Stutzman, 73, d. at his home, 120 boyer St., Coopersdale, 8-9 last night. suffered of paralysis for some mos. Mr. Stutzman suffered 4 strokes, 1st 1 while at work in the Cambria plant, Funeral serv.s Morrellville Breth. Ch. by Rev. I. G. Wood 2 pm Thu bur. Benshoff Hill Cem. b. Sep 25 1852, Taylor Twp, s/o Jacob & Catherine (Knavel) Stutzman. bro. of William Stutzman, Defiance, O; Ephraim Stutzman, Middle Taylor Twp, & Hiram Stutzman, Morrellville. For 6 or 8 yrs the deceased farmed in Taylor Twp before going into the Cambria mills shortly before the Johnstown Flood May 1889. politics was a Rep. & serv. on several occasions in native twp as School Dir. & Tax Collector. Feb 5 1880 he m. Sarah Yoder, of Shade Twp, Somerset Co., at John Strayer farm, Taylor Twp by Bishop Solomon Benshoff, deceased, of Dunkard Ch. Mrs. Stutzman survive hus., with dau., Mrs. May Hickman, Somerset St., & 4 sons, Irvin Stutzman, West Altoona; Elmer Stutzman, Elton, Marx & Quay Stutzman, both Coopersdale, 13 gchldn. Edna Stutzman, dau. b. to Mr. & Mrs. Stutzman, d. 1892, & Melvin, son, d. 6 yrs later. Eli Stutzman's mother d. 1910. Aaron Stutzman & Jacob Stutzman, Jr., were bro. of Eli Stutzman.
[NI084477] He was 104 years old when he died
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Harry Hickman State: PA Enumeration Dist.: 0144 Color: W Age: 25 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0046 Co.: Cambria Relation: Husb. ImageNum: 01880569 Other Residents:
Wife May 23, PA
dau. Anna M NR, PA
Sister Hickman 17, PA
[NI084514] January 23, 1933 Septuagenarian Ephraim Stutzman, 76, 1 of the oldest res. of this vicinity, d. Sat night at his home, Middle Taylor Twp where he been ill of a complication of ailments for some time. The body has been removed to Henderson mortuary, funeral serv.s 2 pm tomorrow by Rev. Ward. Bur. Benshoff Hill Cem. Friends are requested to omit flowers. s/o Jacob & Catherine (Knavel) Stutzman b. Taylor Twp, now Middle Taylor Twp, Nov 1856. Many years ago he worked for the Cambria Iron Company, but subsequently returned to the farm, Middle Taylor Twp. father passed away here 1861 & mother 1910. bro. of William Stutzman, d. age 77 yrs; Aaron, age 75 yrs; Eli, age 73 yrs, & Jacob, jr., [sic] age 70 yrs. Hiram Stutzman, Ferndale Boro, bro. of the deceased, & Mrs. James Hunt, Upper Yoder Twp, & Mrs. Catherine Kiefer, Fairfield ave., Morrellville, are half-sis.s. long time mem. of Dunkard Ch., later became affiliated with Progressive Breth. domination. He & Miss Margaret Baumgardner, Somerset Co., m. here over 50 yrs ago by Rev. Solomon Benshoff, Bishop in Dunkard Ch. for many yrs. Mrs. Stutzman, wife of the deceased, d. here almost 30 yrs ago.
1870 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA 12 Aug H. J. Boyts
26 120 115 Berkey Levi 32 M W Carpenter 1,500 300 Penna
Berkey Mary Ann 31 F W wife Pa
Berkey Jacob 11 M W at home Pa
Berkey Rachel 9 F W at home Pa
Berkey Henry 8 M W at home Pa
Berkey Allen 5 M W at home Pa
Berkey Gabriel 3 M W at homePa
Berkey Daniel 1 M W at home Pa
Gilbert William 18 M W Apprentice Carpenter Pa
[NI084547] Rev. John Shreve was b. Louden Co., VA, Apr 9 1782, d. Jan 9 1862, at his residence in Bedford Co., PA. His remains rest in the Shreve Chapel Cem. The funeral sermon was delivered by Rev. J. W. Baker, assisted by several other ministers. Rev. Shreve homesteaded a large tract of land in Monroe Twp on which he built his cabin in 1806. His wife, Mary Hixon, m. Apr 29 1806, was b. Gossip Co., NJ, December 27, 1787. Her parents moved to PA the following yr, settling near what is now called Warfordsburg, her influence Rev. Shreve was brought to Christ & became one of the pioneer Meth. ministers. Through his efforts, the Shreve Chapel Log Ch. was built. Together, Rev. & Mrs Shreve erected their family alter & planted & nourished Methodism in the region for 67 yrs. Founder of Shreves Chapel Meth. Log Ch. Built 1848.
[NI084698] David Miller is mentioned in Immigrant Michael's will dated 1803 as his son-in- law and received 200 acres in Somerset Co.,PA from Michael's estate. Both David and Elizabeth are buried on what is now the Roman D. Miller farm in Walnut Creek, Holmes Co., Ohio, land which was originally acquired by David and Elizabeth. Deed Dec. 2, 1814 NW1/4 S2,R5,T8; and April 2, 1814 SW1/4 S2,R5,T8. David and Elizabeth transferred some of their extensive land to sons Jonas, Michael and David Jr. in the years 1830 and 1836. David left no will when he died in 1840, and Elizabeth apparently died before this as she is not mentioned in the probate action which followed David's death. When David died he left 10 living children.
[NI084725] Raised by mother's sister & husb. (Theresa & John Skonieczny) after mother's death following chldbirth. Theresa & John would not give Bosco back to the family; raised Bosco very religiously. Bosco was very unhappy & lonely in the priesthood, but very intelligent & traveled worldwide. Did some Latin translation for church encyclopedias. Ordination: May 27, 1961, Catholic.
[NI084837] Enlisted on Aug 15 1862 in Co. "C" of the 22nd Reg't WI Vol. Inf. Honorably discharged at Washington DC Jun 20 1865 as a Sergent. Fought at Thompson Station, TN & was captured Mar 5 1863 & was a prisoner of war at Richmond, VA until he was paroled at City Point, VA Apr 1 1863. Burial: Winterset, IA. Military service: Civil War Vet. Places Lived: Bet. 1865 - 1877, Winthrop, IA.
[NI084840] Enlisted on Aug 15 1862 in Co. "C" of the 22nd Reg't WI Vol. Inf. Honorably discharged at Washington DC on Jun 12 1865 as a Private. Applyed for a Invalid Pension in Red Owl, SD Feb 20 1891. He was disabled because a log rolled over him & injured his spine & left side. Also his right leg & ankle. He received $30 a mo. pension until his death. Mary applied for Widows pension Oct 9 1916 in Madison Co., NE. Burial: Prospect Hill Cem., Norfolk, NE. Military service: Civil War Vet. Occupation: Farmer. Places Lived: Winthrop, IA. Religion: Catholic
[NI084925] Lived in Zurich, Switzerland, Ibersheim & Friedrichstadt, Germany.
[NI084926] Was bap. in 1605, Fishenthal Parish, Canton Zurich, Switzerland. Lived in Zurich, Switzerland & possibly Onhenheim in Alsace, France.
[NI084943] Mary Gochenour Huber/Hoover, d., widowed & childless, intestate, bro. Jacob inherited, against her wishes, all her property. The document lists him as "John Jacob Cocghnower of MD", & describes the location of some of Mary's property as being in Digges Choice, Manheim Twp, York Co PA.
Deed G-215, Lancaster Co PA recorded 23 Nov 1758 in Manheim Twp, Lancster Co PA, property of father (Jacob of Manheim Twp) is sold by the heirs to this Jacob, oldest son. 1777 Jacob inherits his sis., Mary's, property against her will when she dies intestate, widowed & childless. (York Co PA Land Records, Liber E, No 12 & also Nat'l Genealogical Society Newsletter, 15-2:78) Jacob & his wife Mary sold this land to John Welty, who was probably the same John Welty who was h/o Jacob's other sis., Eve. (York Co Land Records Liber E, No 12, recorded 16 June 1777) This document states that Jacob & Mary were liv. in Frederick Co MD & Jacob signed his initials "JG" & Mary made her mark, which was a circle. By 1783, Jacob & Mary had removed to Washington Co MD where a deed shows "Jacob Gochenawer of Washington Co MD" bought 2 lots #82 & 83 in the town of Jerusalem, also known as Funkstown, a village near Hagerstown. These lots were sold April 1801, by son Peter, who had Power of Atty, after the death of Jacob. The deed lists all the chldn's (heirs) names & places of residence at that time: Jacob GOHENAWER of Augusta Co VA Joseph GOCHNOUR & wife Barbara (Buss) of Somerset Co PA Daniel GOCHNOUR & wife Mary (Benschoff) of Somerset Co Christian GOCHNOUR & wife Catherine (Shaffer) of Somerset Co PA Peter GOCHENOUR & wife Elizabeth (Shaffer) of Somerset David GOCHNOUR & wife Susanna Beaver & Mary (widow of Jacob) of Huntingdon Co PA Isaac GOCHENOUR & Nancy (sic) of Loudon Co VA Abraham COHENOUR of Washington Co MD Elizabeth SWITZER & hus. Samuel of Washington Co MD Mary LEIGHTY & hus. Samuel of Bedford Co PA
JOHN C. d. Sep 23 1863, Cambria Co., PA. Parents: His father was a twin of Peter b. Aug 21 1772, Hagerstown, d. Jun 5 1852, E. Taylor, Cambria Co., PA, mar. Catherine Shaffer (probably a sister of Elizabeth).
[NI084970] She apparently was not literate, as she made her mark (a circle) when she & hus., Jacob, sold land, & also made her mark on power of atty (1801) after hus. died.
[NI084973] Amer. Rev Service: "GOGHENOUR, Joseph", Hempfield Twp, 1762, Jun 4; 8th Co., 4th Batt., L.C. Militia, Capt. James Beard, 8th Class - "Pvt. Joseph Goghenoower" Will in Somerset Co PA: Will No 25, 1835: Joseph Coughenour of Northampton Twp, wife Barbara, filed Aug 1842 in Orphan's Court, rules for sale of real estate & lists widow Barbara deceased. All chldn except the dec signed the deed transfer 6 May 1857. Peter Shaffer & Jacob Burket (burkhart??) appeared in court to attest to the authenticity. Will is written in Joseph's hand in German.
Johnstown Trib Feb 9 1856
PETER GOUGHNOUR, was b MD in 1773 & d Conemaugh Twp, Cambria Co, during past yr, 1855, left a statement of his early recollections of what was in old times called "Conemaugh country" which statement is now before us. It is much to be regretted that there is not in existence an authentic history of early settlers & settlements of Conemaugh country, & with a view to filling a portion of this blank in our annals we will compile from Mr. Goughnour’s statement such facts as we think worthy of preservation. Peter Goughnour's Reminiscences In 1790's, Johnstown area was an unsettled wilderness. Bros Peter, Daniel, & Christian Goughnour moved into area in 1798, & were among 1st pioneers to settle area. This article, published in Johnstown Trib in 1856, gives picture of what life was like for these pioneers.
1850 Census Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA 28 Oct by Henry Cook
32 344 385 Goughnour Peter 78 M none 1,200 Md
Goughnour Elizabeth 74 F Pa
Goughnour Ann C, 54 F Pa
Goughnour Mary 45 F Pa
Goughnour Abram 42 M Farmer Pa
Goughnour Israel 13 M Pa
Goughnour Lucindia 8 F Pa
Brenamin Sarah A. 23 F Pa
1850 Federal Census Allegheny Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 3 Sep 1850 by John J. Schell
35 21 22 Coughenour John 49 M Farmer Penna
36 21 22 Coughenour Catharine 47 F Penna
37 21 22 Coughenour Josiah 23 M Laborer Penna
38 21 22 Coughenour Isaiah 22 M Laborer Penna
39 21 22 Coughenour David 19 M Laborer Penna
40 21 22 Coughenour Mary 14 F Penna
41 21 22 Coughenour Rachel 11 F Penna
42 21 22 Coughenour Emeline 9 F Penna
1 21 22 Coughenour Lucinda 7 F W Penna
1850 Federal Census Allegheny Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 5 Sep 1850 by John J. Schell
34 71 75 Coughenour Joseph 58 M Farmer 1,500 PA
35 71 75 Coughenour Delilah 18 F PA
36 71 75 Coughenour Cordilla 17 F PA
37 71 75 Coughenour David 15 M Laborer PA
38 71 75 Coughenour William 13 M PA
1850 Census Southampton Twp., Somerset Co., PA 19 Aug 1850 John H. Smith
25 103 105 Coughenour David 47 M Farmer 800
Coughenour Sarah 35 F PA
Coughenour Augustus 8 M PA
Coughenour Mary 2 F PA
Coughenour Dinah 1 F PA
1870 Census Alleghany Twp., Somerset Co., PA 24 Jun 1870 by John H. Lepley
28 79 75 Coughmour David 68 M W Farmer 2,000 100 PA
Coughmour Sarah 57 F W Keeping House PA
Coughmour Mary 22 F W PA
1850 Census Union Twp., Bedford Co., PA Abm. B. Bunn
27/27 John GOCHINOUR, 70, Nothing [occupation], $4500, Pa.
Susan, 70, Pa.
Eve CLAPPER, 14
1850 Federal Census Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 28 Oct by Henry Cook
26 350 391 Goughnour Christian 56 M Farmer 1,600 Pa
27 350 391 Goughnour Catherine 54 F Pa
28 350 391 Goughnour Peter 22 M Blacksmith Pa
29 350 391 Goughnour Paul 20 M Laborer Pa
30 350 391 Goughnour Aaron 17 M Laborer Pa
31 350 391 Goughnour Christian 14 M Pa
32 350 391 Goughnour Catherine 12 F Pa
33 350 391 Goughnour Andrew 9 M Pa
1850 Federal Census Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 28 Oct by Henry Cook
13 342 383 Goughnour Henry D. 53 M Farmer 3,000 Pa
14 342 383 Goughnour Barbara 54 F Pa
15 342 383 Goughnour Sarah 19 F Pa
16 342 383 Goughnour Ann 17 F Pa
17 342 383 Goughnour Hanah 12 F Pa
18 342 383 Goughnour David 9 M Pa
19 342 383 Heckman David 47 M Laborer Pa