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[NI135659] Chldn:
i. JOHN MCCLINTOCK
ii. ROBERT MCCLINTOCK
iii. DAVID MCCLINTOCK
iv. AUGUST MCCLINTOCK
v. SUSIE MCCLINTOCK
vi. MINERVA MCCLINTOCK

[NI135668] Children of MARTIN MCCLINTOCK & ELIZA BUNT are:
i. ALICE MCCLINTOCK
ii. MAY MCCLINTOCK
iii. ETHEL LILLIAN MCCLINTOCK
iv. ROY MCCLINTOCK
v. ETTA MCCLINTOCK
vii. MARCELLUS MCCLINTOCK
viii. EVALYN MCCLINTOCK
xi. EMMITT ANDREW MCCLINTOCK

[NI135669] Children of ANDREW MCCLINTOCK & MARY MURPHY are:
i. ANDREW9 MCCLINTOCK
ii. MARGARET MCCLINTOCK
iii. MARY MCCLINTOCK
iv. THOMAS MCCLINTOCK

[NI135671] Children of MARCELLUS MCCLINTOCK & GOLDIE WALKER are:
i. MARCELLA9 MCCLINTOCK
ii. MARCELLUS MCCLINTOCK
iii. MARTIN MCCLINTOCK
iv. EVELYN MCCLINTOCK
v. JANE BELLE MCCLINTOCK
vi. ELSIE MCCLINTOCK
vii. ETTA LOU MCCLINTOCK
viii. CATHERINE MCCLINTOCK
ix. CHAUNCY MCCLINTOCK

[NI135691] The interest of Caleb McClintock in real estate is subject to a judgment lien of William McClintock (not his brother) at #50, May Term, 1903, Somerset Co. Courts, as follows: Debt $83.77, Attorney's commission $4.18; Interest from Mar 4, 1903 to Oct 22, 1903, $2.76; costs $2.10 being a total of $92.81.

[NI135693] Children of ALLEN MCCLINTOCK & IDA are:
i. RAYBURN9 MCCLINTOCK
ii. DARRYL MCCLINTOCK
iii. CLARE MCCLINTOCK
iv. PAUL MCCLINTOCK

[NI135694] Source: Registers & Orphans' Court, Somerset Co., PA, File 1902, #63 & #27, May Term, 1903. The interest of William W. McClintock was subjected to a lien in favor of William McClintock's use as follows: Debt $5.30; Attorney's commission $2.26; Interest from Jan 17 1903 to Oct 22 1903, $2.08; Costs $2.10; for a total of $51.74. An attachment was issued by S. W. Boucher vs William W. McClintock at 271 & 273 Dec Term, 1903 as follows: Debt $25.00; Attorneys Commission, $2.50; Interest $.38; Prothontory Berkey, $1.75; Docket Fee, $3.00; Prothonotary Berkey, $2.50 for a total of $35.13.

[NI135701] Johnstown Tribune, 20 Jan 1894 Death of I. H. Settelmyer. He Succumbed Yesterday to an Attack of Pneumonia Isaac H. Settelmyer, one of Coopersdale's highly respected citizens, whose serious illness the TRIBUNE mentioned a few days since, d at his residence at No. 340 Main street, at 3:30 pm yesterday, the cause of his demise being pneumonia. On last Sat afternoon he left his home to attend his duties at the Cambria Iron Co.'s Blooming Mill, but he was compelled to quit work & return to the house before his day's work was finished. His sickness soon developed into a dangerous case of pneumonia, & his attending physician had but little hope of his recovery from the outset. Mr. Settelmyer was b. 1856 at Wilmore, this co., & came to this city with his parents when he was but a boy. He was m to Ella Williams, d/o Richard Williams. Mr. Settelmyer is survived by his wife & 5 small chldn: Perry, Morgan, John, Cornelius, & Arthur. He is also survived by 1 sis - Mrs. Arthur McMillen, West Taylor Twp. For many yrs Mr. Settelmyer had been employed in the Cambria Blooming Mill, as stated above, & was highly esteemed by his fellow-workmen. The deceased was a memb of Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Ancient Order Knights of the Mystic Chain, Knights of the Golden Eagle, & the Jr Order of United Amer Mechanics. For many yrs he had been a faithful memb of Coopersdale Meth Episc Ch. The obsequies will be at 2 pm tomorrow in the ch, Rev. L. McGuire officiating. Bur Benshoff's Graveyard, West Taylor Twp.

[NI135702] Undated. Johnstown Trib. AN OLD SOLDIER DIES ON HIGHWAY. George Penrod Expires of Heart Troubles on Euclid Hill Rd Near South Fork. FOUND BY A LETTER CARRIER. Special to the Trib. South Fork, Jan. 12 - George Penrod, an old soldier, was found dead along the Euclid Hill Rd, abt a mile west of this place, yesterday afternoon by Letter-Carrier Stull while on his return to the South Fork Postoffice from a trip through the country. Mr. Penrod was 74 yrs of ages. He made his home on Euclid Hill with his sis, Mrs. William Yoder, & was on his return from a visit to his son at Windber when he became ill with heart trouble. He arrived here on train No. 34 Mon afternoon & started for home at 5:30 pm that eve. He was subjected to heart trouble & was seized with an attack while ascending the hill. The remains were brought to this place last eve & were prepared for bur by Undertaker C. G. Diamond. George Penrod was b Somerset Co. but had resided in this vicinity since the Rebellion, in which he serv as Pvt in 54th Reg, PA Vol Inf. He is survived by wife Harriet McIlhaney Penrod, & the following sons & daugs: Mrs. John Richardson & Mrs. Ephraim Hutzel, 2nd Ward, Johnstown; George G. & Samuel S., this place; Mrs. Susan Boyer, Dale Boro; & Walter F., Windber. He was bro of Joseph Penrod, South Fork; Mrs. Lucinda Dible, 17th Ward, Johnstown, & Mrs. William Yoder, mentioned above. The funeral will take place from the home of Samuel S. Penrod 10:30 am tomorrow. Servs will be at Mt Hope Un Evang Ch in Adams Co. by Rev. M. E. Borger, pastor, South Fork E. U. Ch. Bur ch graveyard. Mr. Penrod was memb Emory Fisher Post 30, GAR of Johnstown.

[NI135703] Obit Johnstown Trib 27 Sep 1904: AGED SALIX LADY DEAD. Mrs. Catherine Stull, 84 Yrs Old, Last Member of Well-Known Family to Pass Away. Salix, Sept 27- Mrs. Catherine Stull of near Salix, d at 3 am today at the advanced age of 84 yrs, 10 mos 25 dys. Mrs. Stull was the last of a family of 7, 5 bros & 1 sis having preceded her to the grave, as follows: Lewis E. Dunmyer, Gabriel Dunmyer, Henry Dunmyer, Samuel Dunmyer, Daniel Dunmyer, & Rebecca Dunmyer. Her husb John F. Stull d abt 2 1/2 yrs ago. Mrs. Stull never had any chldn of her own but reared the following: Lizzie McGeary, William P. McGeary, Daniel Dunmyer, William Miller, Emma Miller, & Laura Kerr. Ms McGeary & Ms Kerr cared for the aged lady in her declining yrs. Funeral servs in Un Evang Ch 2 pm Wed by Rev. George H. Dosch. The cortege will leave the Stull residence at (number illegible):30 o'clock. Bur Salix Cem.

[NI135704] 1900 Federal Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA
825 126 129 Long Milton R. S. Head W M Aug 1876 23 M 0 PA PA PA Coal Miner 1 Y Y Y O F H
826 126 129 Long Ida M. Wife W F Oct 1882 17 M 0 1 1 PA PA PA Y Y Y
827 126 129 Long Robert B. Son W M Jan 1900 0.33S PA PA PA
1910 Federal Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated April 6 - May 10, 1910 by N. Dean Rowland
1398207 215 Long R. M. Head M 31 M 10 PA PA PA English Miner Coal Mine W N 0 Y Y O F H
1399207 215 Long Ida M. Wife F 27 M 10 5 4 PA PA PA English None Y Y
1400207 215 Long Robert B. Son M 10 S PA PA PA English None Y Y Y
1401207 215 Long William L. Son M 8 S PA PA PA English None Y Y Y
1402207 215 Long Erco Son M 4 S PA PA PA English None
1403207 215 Long Orval W. Son M 1 S PA PA PA English None
1920 Federal Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated Feb 12 - Mar 8, 1920 by Miss Anna Brozina
1140X 166 205 Long Milton Head O F M W 46 M Y Y PA PA PA Y Miner Coal Mines W
1141 166 205 Long Ida M. Wife F W 37 M Y Y PA PA PA Y None
1142 166 205 Long Erco Son M W 13 S Y Y Y PA PA PA Y None
1143 166 205 Long Orval Son M W 11 S Y Y Y PA PA PA Y None
1144 166 205 Long Evelyn Daughter F W 8 S Y PA PA PA None
1145 166 205 Long Clair Son M W 5 S N PA PA PA None
1146 166 205 Long Donald Son M W 3 S PA PA PA None

[NI135705] Johnstown Trib Wed Feb 5 1941 pg.11 Mrs. Ida Rager Long, 58, w/o Robert M. Long d 6:15 am today at her home. She had been ill for several yrs. d/o Henry & Sarah (Miller) Rager, both deceased, she was b Oct 17 1882. She lived in Twin Rocks 43 yrs & was memb Twin Rocks UBC. Surviving beside her husb are these chldn; Robert B. & Clair O., both Woodridge, NJ; William I. & Donald A., both Twin Rocks; Esco C., Nanty Glo; Orville W., Johnstown; Wilmer A. & Ms Evelyn both at home. Also 13 gchldn; 3 bros: John Rager, Muncie, IN; Samuel, Twin Rocks & Howard, Seward. Funeral servs conducted at Long home at 2 pm Sat bur. Lloyd Cem, under direction of Robinson Funeral Home of IN.

[NI135706] 1900 Federal Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA
818 125 128 Rager Henry H. Head W M Dec 1850 49 M 28 PA PA PA Stone Quarry Laborer 3 Y Y Y O M H
819 125 128 Rager Sarah H. Wife W F May 1853 47 M 28 9 7 PA PA PA Y Y Y
820 125 128 Rager Annie M. Daughter W F Aug 1880 19 S PA PA PA 0 Y Y Y
821 125 128 Rager Samuel H. Son W M Oct 1885 14 S PA PA PA Stone Quarry Laborer 4 0 Y Y Y
822 125 128 Rager Bertha G. Daughter W F Nov 1887 12 S PA PA PA 6 Y Y Y
823 125 128 Rager Howard B. Son W M Aug 1889 10 S PA PA PA 6 Y Y Y
824 125 128 Rager John C. Son W M Jul 1891 8 S PA PA PA 6
1910 Federal Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated April 6 - May 10, 1910 by N. Dean Rowland
1390205 213 Rager H. H. Head M 59 M 38 PA PA PA English Laborer Coal Mine W N 0 Y Y Y O F H
1391205 213 Rager Sarah Wife F 57 M 38 9 6 PA PA PA English None Y Y
1392205 213 Rager Howard Son M 19 S PA PA PA English Miner Coal Mine W N 0 Y Y
1393205 213 Rager John Son M 17 S PA PA PA English Miner Coal Mine W N 0 Y Y
1920 Federal Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated Feb 12 - Mar 8, 1920 by Miss Anna Brozina
1093X 157 195 Rager Henry Head O F M W 69 M Y Y PA PA PA Y None
1094 157 195 Rager Sarah Wife F W 66 M Y Y PA PA PA Y None

[NI135709] 1910 Federal Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated April 6 - May 10, 1910 by N. Dean Rowland
1394206 214 Rager Samuel H. Head M 25 M 4 PA PA PA English Miner Coal Mine W N 0 Y Y O F H
1395206 214 Rager Pearl Wife F 22 M 4 2 2 PA PA PA English None Y Y
1396206 214 Rager Sterling Son M 3 S PA PA PA English None
1397206 214 Rager Herbert Son M 2 S PA PA PA English None
1920 Federal Census Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated Feb 12 - Mar 8, 1920 by Miss Anna Brozina
1117X 162 200 Rager Samuel Head O F M W 34 M Y Y PA PA PA Y Miner Coal Mines W
1118 162 200 Rager Pearle Wife F W 32 M Y Y PA PA PA Y None
1119 162 200 Rager Sterling Son M W 13 S Y Y Y PA PA PA Y None
1120 162 200 Rager Herbert Son M W 11 S Y Y Y PA PA PA Y None
1121 162 200 Rager Sarah Daughter F W 9 S Y PA PA PA None
1122 162 200 Rager Velma Daughter F W 5 S N PA PA PA None
1123 162 200 Rager Margaret Daughter F W 3 S PA PA PA None

[NI135717] 1860 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated by John Campbell, PO: Paddytown HW Page: 35
8 226 226 Hochstetler Jos. 32 M Cabinet Maker 600 200 Pa.
Hochstetler Rebecca 22 F Spinster Pa.
Hochstetler Albert S 1 M Pa.
Wheeler Mary 8 F Pa
1880 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA
1 28 6 6 Hostetter Joseph B. W m 50 X Carpenter Penn Pa Pa
Hostetter Rebecca W f 39 Wife Keeping House Penn Pa Pa
Hostetter Susan W f 18 Daug at Home Penn Pa Pa
Hostetter Almira W f 15 Daug at Home Penn Pa Pa
Hostetter Edward W m 12 Son at Home Penn Pa Pa
Hostetter Robert G. W m 7 Son Penn Pa Pa
Hostetter John A. W m 3 Son Penn Pa Pa
Cunningham Susan W f 75 Mother in L Renter Penn Pa Pa
Kreger Ira Lloyd W m 3/12 Feb GSon Penn Pa Pa

[NI135718] 1900 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA
150A 30 Hostetler Edward B Head Dec 1869 30 M 6 Pa. Wood Chopper
150A Florence Wife Mar 1874 26 M 6 3 3 Pa
150A Lester C Son Sep 1893 6 S Pa. At School
150A Evlin I Daughter July 1895 4 S Pa
150A Darl E Son Mar 1898 2 S Pa

[NI135719] 1900 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA
157B 175 Hostetler Albert Head Apr 1859 41 M 3 Pa. Conductor (log train)
157B Leora Wife Apr 1865 35 M 3 1 1 Pa
157B Rhea O Daughter Mar 1898 2 S Pa

[NI135729] 1900 census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA
156B 159 Hostetler John A Head Nov 1877 22 M 0 Pa. Day Laborer
156B Minnie Wife Aug 1881 18 M 0 1 1 Pa
156B James E Son Jan 1900 4/12 S Pa

[NI135732] Johnstown newspaper 9 Jul 1921 HOWARD LAMISON FATALLY INJURED; FELL FROM A TREE. Dale Boro Lad Shocked by High Tension Wire at Theile Home. Skull Was Fractured. Paul Howard LAMISON, the 8 yr old s/o Mrs. Grace (VARNER) LAMISON, 760 Bloom st, Dale Boro, was fatally injured last night when he fell from a tree at the residence of William Theile, 725 Bloom st. The Lamison boy & others climbed into a lg tree in front of Theile home, the former coming into contact with a high voltage wire when up a distance of abt 20 ft. The boy's hands & feet were badly burned & he fell to the concrete pavement below, fracturing his skull. He was carried to the home where Drs. Sloan & Wesner a short time later. The boy d at 2 am today without regaining consciousness. The body was prepared for bur by John Henderson Co. & the funeral will be Mon afternoon, when servs will be conducted by Rev. F. E. Hetrick, pastor, Dale Un Evang Ch, bur Grandview Cem. Paul Howard LAMISON was b in Walnut Grove Mar 6 1913, s/o Howard LAMISON, who d in FL in Feb 1920 & Mrs. Grace (VARNER) LAMISON. 2 chldn were b to Mr. & Mrs. LAMISON, another son, William, having expired a few yrs ago. Paul Howard LAMISON was a memb of primary dept of Dale UE Sun School & was a grade (illegible) in the Dale Public Schools.

[NI135768] Children of JOHN MARKER & SADIE MILLER are:
i. ROWENA10 MARKER
ii. AQUILLA MARKER
iii. ALTON MARKER
iv. SYLVANUS MARKER

[NI135781] 1850 Federal census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator: John H. Smith
505 15 Hinebaugh, Jacob 31 M Farmer PA
Eliza 31 F PA
Caroline 13 F VA
Cyrus 11 M PA
John 9 M PA
Peala 7 F PA
Jacob 4 M PA
Mary A. 1 F PA

[NI135785] Obit: Johnstown Trib Aug 1907: Mrs Martha Ann (PAUL) STINEMAN, W/o Capt. George B. STINEMAN & sis-in-law of Senator Jacob C. STINEMAN, d at Stineman resid in South Fork at 7:12 pm last eve, aged 56 y 10 m. Mrs. Stineman's health began to fail soon after the death of her husb last Sep, when she went to Glassport on a visit to her son-in-law & daug. While there she was stricken with paralysis & was later removed to her home where she had 2nd stroke 9 wks ago last Fri. She also suffered from Bright's disease & lay in a semi-conscious condition for over 2 mos. Her end was peaceful. Martha Ann PAUL was b Croyle Twp, Cambria Co, Sep 9 1850, d/o William & Sarah PAUL. Her father d Croyle Twp in 1852. He was a bro of Joseph PAUL, postmaster of South Fork & George S. PAUL, 7th Ward, Commander of Emory Fisher Post 30 GAR, of this city. Mrs. Stineman's mother m again some yrs after the death of her 1st husb & she d Conemaugh last fall. Mrs. Stineman was half-sis of Mrs. Katharine (REIGHARD) WHENNEN & William H. REIGHARD, South Fork, the latter at present on a tour of the west. George B. STINEMAN & Ms PAUL m Johnstown, Sep 1866 by Rev. Dr. Benjamin L. Agnew, then pastor of 1st Presby Ch of this city. 13 chldn were b to Mr. & Mrs. STINEMAN, 6 of whom are dead. Ms Viola d in 1899 & Ms Essie, Feb 1906, Mrs. Sadie STINEMAN PRINGLE d 1901. Capt. STINEMAN d South Fork Sep 3 1906. The surviving chldn are: J. William, Cashier of South Fork Nat'l Bank; Ida, w/o William McCLARREN, Glassport; Lemon & Chester, at home; Pearl, w/o W. Wallace McNEIL , Masontown, WV, & Howard & Nelson, at home. Besides these, she is survived by 4 gchldn - Robert McCLARREN, Glassport; Allison PRINGLE, South Fork; & Jessie & Ethel PRINGLE, Elkins, WV. The funeral will likely take place tomorrow afternoon or Thu morn. Lemon & Howard STINEMAN are in Joplin, MO. They started last night for home & are expected to reach here tomorrow morn. The funeral will be conducted by the deceased's pastor , Rev. Dr. J. W. Domer, South Fork Un Evang Ch, of which Capt. STINEMAN was prominently connnected for many yrs before his death. Bur South Fork Cem.

[NI135786] MRS. McNEIL DIES IN ATLANTIC CITY Making 6th Death in Family of Capt. Geo. B. Stineman Since 1899 Funeral at South Fork Mrs. Anna Pearl McNEIL, w/o W. Wallace McNEIL, Morgantown, WV, d of complication of diseases at 2:23 am this morn at Glenn Hall, Atlantic City, NJ in her 25th yr. Her health had been impaired for some time & during the past few mos she was a patient at hosp in Philadelphia & later at a sanitarium in Atlantic City. The deceased, whose maiden name was Anna Pearl STINEMAN was b South Fork Jul 27 1863, d/o Capt. George B. & Martha PAUL STINEMAN. Ms Viola STINEMAN, a sis of Mrs. McNEIL d South Fork in May, 1899 & Mrs. Sarah PRINGLE, another sis d Aug 1901. Ms Essie STINEMAN d Feb 9 1906 & her father's death occured in Sep of that year. Mrs. STINEMAN survived her husb until Aug 1907, when she, too, passed away. Thus Mrs. McNEIL's death is the 6th in the George B. STINEMAN family since 1899. Ms Pearl STINEMAN graduated from South Fork H S in spring of 1899 & in the next yr became a student at Rowe College, in this city, receiving her degree in Jul 1901. After graduating Ms STINEMAN was a stenographer in the coal office of the Stineman Coal Co at South Fork until the time she m W. Wallace McNEIL on Jun 1 1904. After the marriage they went to housekeeping in East End, Pittsburgh but for the past yr they have been making their home in Morgantown where Mr. McNEIL is engaged in business. Besides her husb, Mrs. McNEIL is survived by a sis, Mrs. William McCLARREN, Glassport; & the following bros: William, Chester, Howard, & Nelson, South Fork; & Lemon, Joplin, MO. Her husb & William & Chester STINEMAN were at her bedside at the time of her death. They, together with Mrs. Nannie McNEIL & Edgar McNEIL, mother & bro of W. Wallace McNEIL, left Altoona last night for Atlantic City & will accompany the funeral party to South Fork on train No. 21 tonight. The funeral will probably take place from the Stineman homestead Fri or Sat, Rev. Dr. J. W. Domer, pastor of Un Evang Ch, South Fork, will conduct the servs & bur. South Fork Cem.

[NI135795] Children of WILLIAM MCCLINTOCK & EVA BRAHM are:
194. i. STANLEY A.10 MCCLINTOCK
195. ii. VERNE MCCLINTOCK
196. iii. VERA MCCLINTOCK
197. iv. WILMA GRACE MCCLINTOCK

[NI135800] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Franklin Rose Age: 69 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0140 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0183 County: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Alice 71, PA
Grandson Harry 20, PA
1 non-relative
Daily Demo, Johnstown, PA Feb 8 1933 Franklin ROSE, 83, d yesterday morn at home of his daug, Mrs. Andrew Smith, 264 Chandler Ave, Morrellville, where he had been ill of a complication of alilments for a long time. He was b Westmoreland co. Aug 1849, s/o Harrison & Amanda Roddy Rose. His wife, Mrs. Alice Ann CROYLE Rose, d here 12 yrs ago. For many yrs Mr. Rose was employed in the city hwy dept, retiring 2 yrs ago. Mr. ROSE is survived by a son J. E. Rose, Edgewood; 3 daugs: Mrs. Martha Boring, Centerville near New Florence; Mrs. Catherine Carbaugh, 390 Stone St, Morrellville, & Mrs. Andrew Smith, with whom he made his home; a sis, Mrs. Margaret Jackson, Latrobe, & 3 bros: William Rose, OH; & Joseph & James Rose, both Latrobe. Funeral servs will be at 3 pm tomorrow at Un Breth ch, Morrellville, by Rev J. L. Gingrich, pastor. Bur Grandview Cem.

[NI135804] 1850 Federal Census Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 4 Nov by Henry Cook
1 471 521 Croyle Aaron 26 M Farmer Pa
2 471 521 Croyle Lucy A. 21 F Pa
3 471 521 Croyle Alice A. 1 F Pa

[NI135844] 1850 Federal Census Greenville Twp. Somerset Co., PA
588-13 Holiday Andrew 32 M Shoemaker PA
Eliza 29 F PA
Lydia 19 F PA
Rebecca 6 F PA
589 Jeremiah 4 M PA
Cyrus 1 M PA

[NI135866] Children of MARTIN MCCLINTOCK & MARY NEEBONE are:
i. GEORGE W.10 MCCLINTOCK
iii. LEWIS SCOTT MCCLINTOCK
v. THEODORE E. MCCLINTOCK

[NI135867] Children of JOHN MCCLINTOCK & FLORA TRESSLER are:
i. EDWIN10 MCCLINTOCK
ii. ST ELMO MCCLINTOCK
iii. CLARENCE MCCLINTOCK
iv. SIDNEY MCCLINTOCK
v. ARNOLD MCCLINTOCK
vi. MAY MCCLINTOCK
vii. ROSE MCCLINTOCK

[NI135871] 1850 census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 9th day of Nov by Henry Cook
30 112 118 STULL John 27 M Farmer 448 PA
31 112 118 STULL Catherine 25 F PA
32 112 118 DORMAYER Daniel 12 M PA
33 112 118 DORMAYER Catherine 5 F PA
34 112 118 DORMAYER Margaret 23 F PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 24, 1860
441 20 2899 2937 Stull John F 37 M farmer 2000 850 PA
441 21 2899 2937 Stull Catherine 33 F PA
441 22 2899 2937 Dunmire Daniel S 22 M fam laborer 250 PA
441 23 2899 2937 Dunmire Catherine 15 F PA
441 24 2899 2937 McGeary William 10 M PA "pauper"
441 25 2899 2937 McGeary Elizabeth 8 F PA
Johnstown PA, Trib: Apr 3 1907. Salix, April 3 - Paralysis of the renal regions resulted fatally for John F. STULL, aged 87 yrs, at his home abt 1 mi north of this place this morn abt 7:55 am after an illness of abt 2 wks. The deceased was s/o Mr. & Mrs. Jacob STULL, b at the old STULL homestead located in what was at that time known as Conemaugh Twp, but which has since been divided. Ever since his marriage 61 yrs ago to Ms Catherine Dunmyre, a native of this community, Mr. STULL has resided up until the time of his death on the farm where he d. When the deceased located in the community he was obliged to clear out a small amount of trees which then formed a dark forest there. By unceasing labor he succeeded in cultivating the land, erecting a substantial home, & acquired one of the finest farms in the vicinity. Many Johnstowners & residents of South Fork & other surrounding towns will remember Mr. Stull who frequently supplied them with farm products of superior quality. John F. STULL was an estimable citizen & the community feels its loss very keenly. He held the office of Co. Auditor for some time, & on different occasions was Supervisor, Assessor, School Director, & Tax Collector for the twp in which he resided. He was always willing to help along any good cause & took a great interest in church affairs, having been a devoted memb Un Evang Ch. John STULL was the last of a family of 9 chldn to surrender to the grim reaper. Although never blessed with any chldn, the deceased & his wife raised 6 who had been left orphans. The 6 are: C. W. McGEARY, South Fork; Lizzie McGEARY, South Fork; Daniel DUNMYRE; Catherine DUNMYRE, who was the w/o J. P. WISSINGER & who was a victim of the Johnstown Flood of 1889; William & Emma MILLER. Funeral servs will be at 10 am Wed in Un Evang ch at this place & bur in the ch cem.

[NI135875] Children of LUCINDA MCCLINTOCK & JEREMIAH SILBAUGH are:
i. ROBERT9 SILBAUGH
ii. EDWARD SILBAUGH

[NI135897] Children of WADE MCCLINTOCK & ANNA MCCLINTOCK are:
i. CARL MCCLINTOCK
ii. CLYDE MCCLINTOCK
iii. MIRIAM MCCLINTOCK

[NI135909] DAILY TRIB JOHNSTOWN, WED EVE, OCT 20 1909 ELIAS BEHE DEAD, AGED 76. Man Beaten & Robbed Near Loretto in 1880. Expires Near Wildwood Springs Funeral at 9 am Fri Elias Behe, one of oldest resids Cambria Co., d of ailments incident to old age at Behe home at Wildwood Springs, near Gallitzin, between 1 & 2 pm yesterday, in his 76th yr. Mr. Behe became suddenly ill on Sun night & steadily declined until the hr of death. He was b near Loretto, & spent all his life in that vicinity. He m a long time Ms Elizabeth Eckenrode who survives him, with following chldn: Mrs. Calvin Rairigh, Woodland, MI; Mrs. A. Nagle, Duncansville; Michael, 6th Ward; Andrew, Dale Boro, & Raymond, Wildwood. On the morn of Aug 30 1880, at 3 o'clock a half dozen men broke into Behe home near Loretto & robbed Mr. Behe of almost $300 that belonged to his uncle. During the fight which Mr. Behe gave the sextet he succeeded in pulling the mask from the face of one of the men before he was rendered unconscious by repeated blows he received on the head. This led to their arrest & they were convicted. Judge Dean sentencing them to the Penitentiary for 8 yrs & 6 mos apiece, with the exception of one memb of the party who turned State's evidence. The funeral will take place at 9 am Fri from St. Michael's Cath Ch, Loretto, where a mass of requiem will be said by Rev. Father Ferdinand Kittell. Mr. Behe was a lifelong memb of Cath & has been working at the carpenter's trade for a long time. Bur St. Michael's Cem.

[NI135910] JOHNSTOWN TRIB MON EVE. Mrs. Elizabeth Behe. LORETTO, Mar 13- Mrs. Elizabeth (Eckenrod) Behe, aged 76 yrs, w/o Elias Behe, Wildwood Springs, abt 2 mis east of here, d Sat afternoon at the home of her son, Michael Behe, Mt Clemens, MI. Word of her death was received here yesterday. She suffered a paralytic stroke some time ago. The body will be brought here for bur. It will arrive on the 6:41 am train tomorrow at Cresson & will be brought overland to this place. Funeral servs will be at 9 am in St. Michael's Cath Ch. A solemn high mass of requiem will be celebrated by Rev. Father Ferdinand Kittell, rector. Bur in ch cem. She was b Cambria Co. March 15, 1845 & was well known in this vicinity, having spent most of her life near Wildwood Springs, d/o Joseph & Sara (Dumm) Eckenrod. Ms Elizabeth Eckenrod & Elias Behe m Carrolltown 57 yrs ago. Her husb d Wildwood Springs Oct 19 1909. She is survived by the following chldn: Mary, w/o A. L. Nagle, Duncansville, Blair Co; Jennie, w/o Calvin Rairgh, Woodland, MI; Raymond Behe, Gallitzin; Andrew Behe, Johnstown, & Michael Behe, Mt Clemens, MI. 2 sis' also survive, Mrs. Simon Eligh, Spangler, & Ms Isabelle Eckenrod, Ebensburg. Mrs. Behe is survived by 10 gchldn; 6 ggchldn.

[NI135915] 1850 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA
21 165 171 REIGHARD Jacob 48 M Farmer 4,330 PA
REIGHARD Susannah 49 F PA
REIGHARD Edward 23 M Laborer PA
REIGHARD Mary 22 F PA
REIGHARD Elizabeth 20 F PA
REIGHARD Jacob 17 M Laborer PA
REIGHARD John 7 M PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 9, 1860
405 16 u 2678 Reighart Jacob 56 M farmer 17000 400 PA
Reighart Susan 59 F PA
Reighart John 15 M farm laborer PA

[NI135922] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Sylvester V Kunkle Age: 49 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0142 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0140 County: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Sarah E 44, Pennsylvania
Son Chas N 23, Pennsylvania
Son Homer M 20, Pennsylvania
Daughter Pearl 18, Pennsylvania
Daughter Wilda 16, Pennsylvania
Son Roy S 12, Pennsylvania
Johnstown, PA, Daily Trib issue 1 Sep 1948: KUNKLE , Sylvester V., 87, 201 Cooper Ave., 11 am Aug 31 1948, Memorial Hosp.; b Feb 16 1861, Homer City, s/o Solomon & Barbara Ann (Gilbert) Kunkle. Well-kwn Coopersdale merchant for past 62 yrs., m. 1st Sarah Ellen Colbert, & 2nd Nellie Rodgers, both deceased. Survived by following chldn of 1st union: Charles W., 445 Tioga St.; Homer M. & Ms Pearl, both of 201 Cooper Ave.; Mrs. William Griggs, 815 Grove Ave., & Roy S.V., 118 Church St., Coopersdale. Was memb Cooper Ave. Meth Ch. Friends received at John Henderson Mortuary servs 2 pm Thu, Rev. W.L. Faas, pastor Cooper Ave. Meth Ch; bur Grandview Cem..

[NI135926] 1850 Census Napier Twp, Bedford Co, PA Aug 30, 1850 Thos Hughes
2 326 333 Statler Peter 46 M 1,800 Pa
Statler Sarah 33 F Pa
Statler Catharine 14 F Pa
Statler Elizabeth 12 F Pa
Statler Rudolph 9 M Pa
Statler Charlotte 8 F Pa
Statler Sarah 4 F Pa
Statler Alice A 2 F Pa
Waggoner Joseph 26 M Farmer Pa
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA HA McPike, Aug 17 1860
423 10 2771 2806 Statler Peter 55 M farmer 1200 5000 Berne
Statler ****** 55 F Berne
Statler Peter 22 M farm laborer PA
Statler Rebecca 17 F PA
Eash William 11 M PA

[NI135929] Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Charles P Rigby Age: 37 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 8154 Birth Place: England Visit: 0201 County: Cambria Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Cora M 37, Pennsylvania
Daughter Amanda E 12, Pennsylvania
Son William H 07, Pennsylvania
Son Charles B NR, Pennsylvania

[NI135938] Johnstown Trib-Dem May 4 1974 Pg 14 - HUMMEL, Robert P. "Butch," 87, Stoystown, d May 3 1974, Somerset Comm Hosp.; b Dec 27 1886, Stoystown, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R. HUMMEL. Preceded by parents; wife, Evelyn WALKER; 3 sis'; 5 bros. Survived by son Robert W., Mendham, NJ; gson, R. Scott, Atlanta, GA; & bro Harry, Port Charlotte, FL. Memb St. Paul's Un Ch of Christ, Stoystown; Somerset Lodge 538, F. & A. M.; Williamsport Consistory; & Jaffa Shrine, Altoona. Charter memb Stoystown Lions Club. Family receiving 2-4 & 7-9 pm Mon Charles R. Deaner Funeral Home, Stoystown, serv 11 am Tue, Rev. Leonard F. Zecchini. Bur IOOF Cem, Stoystown. Masonic serv 7:30 pm Mon at funeral home.

[NI135941] 1850 census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 9th day of Nov Henry Cook
19 110 116 PAUL John R. 33 M Farmer 500 PA
PAUL Barbara 35 F PA
PAUL Emaline 5 F PA
PAUL Josiah 4 M PA
PAUL Jeremiah 2 M PA
PAUL Malinda E. 1 F PA
1860 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA by HA McPike, Aug 22, 1860
435 22 2860 2896 Paul John 41 M farmer 2500 750 PA
Paul Barbara 45 F PA
Paul Emanuel 17 M farm laborer PA
Paul Josiah 15 M farm laborer PA
Paul Jeremiah 13 M PA X
Paul Belinda E 12 F
Paul Sarah 10 F PA
Paul Jacob 5 M PA
Stull Mary 19 F PA

[NI136025] Children of ETHEL CUNNINGHAM & WILLIAM YOUNG are:
i. JOHN10 YOUNG
ii. DAVID YOUNG
iii. WILLIAM YOUNG, JR.
iv. MARY E. YOUNG

[NI136063] D. 4 yrs, 9 mo, 29 days

[NI136065] Johnstown Trib-Demo May 10 1926 Deceased Was Vet of WWI & was overseas for yr or more. Blair S. HILDEBRAND aged 32 yrs, whose health had been impaired since 1924, d this morn at his home 650 Park Ave, Moxham; s/o Solomon & Mary (GOUGHNOUR) Hildebrand of Walnut Grove. During the WW Blair Hildebrand serv Co D 111th Reg, 28 Div & was overseas for a yr or more with Amer Expeditionary Forces under Pershing. Funeral servs will be held Wed afternoon, bur Headrick's Cem. The officers of Johnstown Post, Amer Legion, will have charge of the funeral. Johnstown Trib-Demo May 12 1926 Funeral servs for Blair S. Hildebrand of the 17th ward whose death occurred Mon morn will be conducted this afternoon in the Moxham COB in charge of Rev. M. J. Weaver, Pastor. The funeral party will leave Hildebrand home at 2 pm. The Amer Legion ritualistic servs will be conducted at the grave Headrick's Cem. B. S. Hildebrand was b in Jackson twp Dec 15 1894, s/o Solomon & Mary (Goughnour) Hildebrand. He is survived by his widow Effie HAVENER Hildebrand & 2 chldn, Hannah & Blair Hildebrand. 2 chldn preceded him to the grave. He was a bro of Charles, Chester & Harry Hildebrand; Lida, w/o Elmer KEIPER; Mary, w/o C. R. GILLEN; Minnie, w/o Ira Hildebrand; & Elda, w/o A. R. Gillen, all residing in this co.

[NI136089] d. young

[NI136108] 1850 Federal Census Conemaugh Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 12 Oct by Henry Cook
30 25 25 Maneely Jacob 33 M Farmer 2,000 Pa
31 25 25 Maneely Harriet J. 4 F Pa
32 25 25 Maneely Hanah 22 F Pa

[NI136113] Judge

[NI136133] d. at 5 yrs

[NI136209] Children of ELSIE MCCLINTOCK & TROY CAIN are:
ii. MADELINE CAIN
iii. ALFRED CAIN
iv. ROBERT CAIN

[NI136211] Children of EMMA MCCLINTOCK & STEN BORGESON are:
i. SON BORGESON
ii. EDWIN EMMITT ROSS BORGESON
iii. MARTIN ROBERT ALLEN BORGESON
iv. ALFRED WILBUR BORGESON
v. DONALD EUGENE BORGESON
vi. LORRAINE MARIE BORGESON
vii. EVELYN PAULINE BORGESON
viii. DONNA JEAN BORGESON
ix. SHIRLEY ANN BORGESON

[NI136243] Chldn:
i.Harold Douglas
ii.Ruth Douglas. She first m Unknown. She second m George Ortleib

[NI136344] Somerset Ledger Dec 24 1915 JONAS A. WABLE, former resid, d near Bolivar, PA, Thu Dec 16. The funeral was held Sanner Luth. Ch. Mr. Wable was s/o David & Sarah Ankeny Wable, pioneer resids of Black twp., who resided on the farm now owned by William H. Weimer. He m 1st Sabina Eliza Sanner, d/o Levi Sanner, Black twp. To this union were b 2 chldn, Etta, w/o E. J. Weimer, Rockwood, & Viola, deceased. After the death of his 1st wife which occurred abt 20 yrs ago, he m Julia Shaffer, Somerset. Miss Gladys Wable, Windber is a surviving daug of his 2nd marriage. He is also survived by the following bros & sis's: Hiram Wable, Rockwood; Mrs. Lydia Miller, Ralphton; & Mrs. Isaiah Miller, Davenport, NE. Deceased was aged 59-5-29, & death was caused by Neutritis.

[NI136349] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
John Adams Age: 24 State: PA Color: W Enumeration Dist: 0053 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0287 Co.: Fayette Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Cathrine 23, Germany
Son Vincent 04, PA
Daughter Helen M 02, PA
Somerset Ledger Dec 1915 JOHN ADAMS, 30 yr old s/o M.J. Adams, deceased & Mrs. Emma Horn Adams, Somerset d suddenly Christmas morn, Uniontown. Chronic heart trouble was the cause of his death. He m Miss Katherine Ranker, who survives him together with 3 chldn: Vincent, Helen Mae, & M. J. Adams. His mother, 3 bros, T. A. Adams, Roy Adams & M. J. Adams, Somerset, & 2 sis's, Mrs. Vincent Callahan, Lemont, & Mrs. J. B. Landis, Somerset, also survive.

[NI136350] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Martin J Adams Age: 50 State: PA Color: W Enumeration Dist: 0157 Birth Place: West Virginia Visit: 0249 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Memma L 42, PA
Son Thomas A 27, PA
Daughter Edna M 16, PA
Son Martin J, Jr 10, PA

[NI136363] John R. Scott b boro of New Centerville, Somerset Co., Jun 3 1853. Was admitted to the bar Apr 4 1876; elected district attorney of the Co. in Nov. 1877 & served for 3 yrs. (Source: The History of Bedford, Somerset & Fulton Co.s, 1884, Waterman, Watkins & Co.)
NOV 5 1916 JOHN R. SCOTT, d at his home in Somerset last Thu eve. Mr. Scott was b Jun 3 1854, s/o William & Nancy Scott, New Centerville. He is survived by Mrs. Elizabeth J. Scott & these chldn: Carl B., Somerset; Mrs. Frank W. Simpson, Somerset; Mrs. R. M. Brown, New Cumberland, WV; Ernest & Martha L. Scott, Somerset. Dr. Evan Scott, Holdensbile, OK, & Leroy N. Scott, Glade, are bros of the deceased. Miss Louise Scott, Glade, is a sis. He was a prominent Atty, & memb of Somerset Christian Ch.
1880 Census Somerset Boro, Somerset Twp, Somerset Co, PA by Geo. W. Benford Jun 1-10 1880
24 16 492B 10 138 156 Scott J.R. W M 27 Atty at Law PA Pa Pa
Scott Lizzie J. W F 27 Wife Keeping House PA Pa Pa
Scott Carl B. W M 3 Son PA Pa Pa
Scott Bertha W F 2 Dau PA Pa Pa
Scott Ross R. W M 1 Son PA Pa Pa
Cook Darlie W F 20 Servnt Servant PA Pa Pa
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
John R Scott Age: 57 State: PA Color: W Enumeration Dist: 0160 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0216 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Lizzie J 57, PA
Son Carl B 33, PA
Dau Bertha S 32, PA
Dau Leora H 29, PA
Dau Marrha L 23, PA

[NI136373] Somerset Co Leader Dec 14 1917 CATHERINE LUDY MULLER, aged 81 yrs & 5 mos, w/o George W. Muller, who d abt 9 yrs ago; d Friday at the home of son, Valentine C. Muller, Stoyestown. Her death was due to heart trouble. The deceased was the last of the family of Christian & Eva Ludy, Jenner Twp., who d a no. of yrs ago. Mrs. Muller m George M. Muller Feb 28, 1861 in a double wedding ceremony. Her sis, Elizabeth Ludy, now deceased m Noah Gohn at the same time. Mrs. Muller is survived by 1 son, Valentine C., 1 gdaug, Mrs. F. C. Zimmerman, & 2 ggchldn, Edna & Eleanor Zimmerman, all Stoyestown.

[NI136411] 1850 Federal Census Bedford Twp., Bedford Co., PA Taken Aug 10, 1850 by Thos Hughes
13 120 126 Carrol George 40 M Carpenter Pa
14 120 126 Carrol Catharine 41 F Md
15 120 126 Carrol Josiah 20 M Carpenter Pa
16 120 126 Carrol John 18 M Laborer Pa
17 120 126 Carrol Catharine J. 16 F Pa
18 120 126 Carrol William H. 14 M Pa
19 120 126 Carrol Susan E. 11 F Pa
20 120 126 Carrol Anthony 9 M Pa
21 120 126 Carrol Mary 7 F Pa
22 120 126 Carrol Alexander 4 M Pa
23 120 126 Carrol Amanda 2/12 F Pa
24 120 126 Carrol Mary 70 F

[NI136462] J-town Trib-Demo, Fri 07 Dec 2001. Fluder, Nicholas J, 14, 711 25th St, Windber, d 5 Dec 2001, Chdn's Hosp of Pittsburgh. Friends recieved 2-4 &7-9 pm Fri at Meek Funeral Home, Windber, where vigil for deceased will be held. Funeral mass 10 am Sat St Anthony of Padua Cath Ch, Windber, TOR Franciscans. Bur All Faiths Chapel & Mausoleum, Windber.

[NI136473] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
J B Critchfield Age: 60 State: PA Color: W Enumeration Dist: 0157 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0111 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Louisa 56, PA
Son James D 20, PA
Daughter Ruth E 18, PA
Son Norman B 12, PA

[NI136475] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Elmer Critchfield Age: 34 State: PA Color: W Enumeration Dist: 0123 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0182 Co.: Cambria, Johnstown Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Lillian 27, PA
Daughter Edith 03, PA
Daughter Dorothy 02, PA
1 non-relative
Apr 28 1944 ELMER T. CRITCHFIELD, 68 yr old Harrisburg merchant, bro of J. C. Critchfield, W. Main St. d Thu last wk in Harrisburg hosp where he had been a patient of the past 6 mos. For many yrs Mr. Critchfield was engaged as a merchant in Harrisburg, his business transactions being mainly that of selling adding machines & typewriters. Abt a yr ago Mr. Critchfield suffered a stroke & continued to remain in poor health until his demise last Thu caused by a complication of diseases. The deceased was oldest s/o Jacob & Louise (Critchfield) Critchfield, former resids. Surviving are his widow, Lillian (Wiltrout) Critchfield & 2 daugs, Mrs. Richard Cooper, Harrisburg & Mrs. Don Nissley, Bethlehem. 3 bros & 3 sis's also survive: James D., York PA; J. Clarence, Rockwood; Norman B., NYC, NY; Mrs. R. R. Souser, York, PA; Mrs. Ross Coleman, Somerset & Mrs. Allen Myers, Wichita, KS. 1 gchld also survives. His parents & 1 bro preceded him in death. Bur Oberlin cem., Harrisburg.

[NI136476] Somerset Daily American Apr 22 1977 James D. Critchfield, 87, Resthaven, York, PA, d Apr 20 1977, York. b Feb 4 1890, Rockwood, s/o Jacob & Louisa (Critchfield) Critchfield. Preceded in death by his wife, Laura Tannehill, 3 bros & 3 sis's. Survived by 2 daugs, Mrs. Laura Hoffman, Johnstown; Mrs. Martha Eareckson, Baltimore, MD; 5 gchldn. Memb Christ Luth. Ch., York. Bur Somerset Co. Mem Pk.

[NI136477] Nov 1 1940 Mrs. Earl A. Malsberry, Mr. Roy Critchfield & son, Dwight, of this place have returned to their homes from Wheeling, WV, where they attended the funeral of their bro & uncle, Mr. James E. Critchfield. Mr. Critchfield, 60, stogie-maker employed by the M. Marsh & Sons Co., d at the OH Valley Gen Hosp, Wed afternoon, Oct 23. In ill health for the past yr, Mr. Critchfield was removed to the hosp 10 dys before his death. b in Rockwood, Jan 29 1880 s/o Austin & Ellen Putnam Critchfield, he spent his early life here. In 1912 he located in Wheeling where he had since resided in North Wheeling. Mr. Critchfield was a memb of 1st Luth. Ch. Surviving are his wife, Margaret Stewart Critchfield to whom he m in Marietta, OH in 1912; 3 daugs, Miss Charlotte Critchfield, at home; Mrs. William Kennedy, Wheeling; & Mrs. Herman Carpenter, Marietta; 2 sons, Richard & William Critchfield both at home; 1 sis, Mrs. Earl A. Malsberry, this place, 2 bros, Roy Critchfield, Rockwood & Robert Critchfield, Johnstown. A gdaug also survives. The body was removed to the Altmeyer funeral home where servs were conducted Sat afternoon. Bur Greenwood cem.

[NI136501] SOMERSET CO. LEADER NOV 4 1909 SAMUEL DICKEY, b Middlecreek twp, Somerset Co. 18 Nov 1828, & d at his home, Middlecreek twp. 28 Oct 1909, aged 80-11-10. In 1864 m Sally Schrock. 5 chldn, 1 son & his wife preceded him to the grave, the latter 8 yrs ago. The following chldn survive: Malcheus Dickey, Lavansville; Elmer Dickey, who resides on the home farm; Miss Ida Sechler, Kingwood; Bruce B. Dickey, Meyersdale & Preston Dickey, Mansfield, OH

[NI136503] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Elmer G Dickey Age: 38 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0148 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0118 County: Somerset Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Wife Ora 31, PA
Son Earle 07, PA
2 non-relatives

[NI136514] SOMERSET LEADER IDA TRIMPEY KREGER, d/o John S. Trimpey & w/o Peter A. Kreger d a sudden death Nov 17 1909 at her home, Kingwood, Pa. of apoplexy. Aged 27-1-10. Survived by daus Bertha & Gladys, her father, & the following sis's & bros. Mrs. J. A. Cunningham, Connellsville, Mrs. Charles Sechler, Kingwood, Miss Elmira Trimpey, Kingwood, Mrs. John Phillippi, Scullton, Miss Ella Trimpey, Rockwood & W. H. Tripmey, Kingwood , Mr. J. W. Trimpey, Casselman, Mr. E. B. Trimpey, Anderson, S C & Mr. G. A. Trimpey, at home. Her mother preceded her to the land of lost almost 21 yrs ago. Bur. Lutheran Cem., Kingwood.

[NI136516] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Joseph R Coder Age: 65 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0134 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0059 County: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Son Norman B 42, PA
Daughter-in-law Marian G 3?, PA
Grandson Kenneth R 03, PA
Grandson Joseph S NR, PA
1 non-relative

[NI136523] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Wade H Cramer Age: 27 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0168 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0016 County: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Etta G 24, PA
Daughter Minnie M 02, PA
Daughter Ruth M 01, PA

[NI136532] 1850 census Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 15 Aug 1850 by Henry Cook
32 42 43 Weaklin George 50 M Farmer PA
33 42 43 Weaklin Ellen 50 F Ireland
34 42 43 Weaklin Augustine S. 20 M Laborer PA
35 42 43 Weaklin Margaret 16 F PA
36 42 43 Weaklin Francis 14 M PA
37 42 43 Weaklin Petrena 7 F PA
38 42 43 Weaklin Thomas 11 M PA
39 42 43 Williams Caroline 23 F PA

[NI136536] Mary Ellen WEAKLAND a/k/a Mary Eleanor, d/o George Weakland & Mary E. McKinney b Dec 15 1824. She d Nov 7 1894. She m William McCOMBIE Sep 28 1841 in St. Michael Ch., Loretto, PA. Mary Ellen WEAKLAND & William MC COMBIE had the following chldn: i. Ellen Elizabeth MC COMBEY b Oct 11 1842. Jacob MC COMBIE b May 23 1844, Cambria Co., PA. He was bapt May 30 1844 St. Joseph Ch., Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria Co., PA. Sponsors: John Luther & Catherine Luther. Mary Louise MC COMBIE b Apr 1 1847 Cambria Co., PA. She was bapt May 30 1847 St. Joseph Ch., Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria Co., PA. Sponsors: Augustine & Margaret Weakland. William MC COMBIE (Jr.) b Sep 13 1848 Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA. He was bapt Oct 22 1848 St. Joseph Ch., Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria Co., PA. Sponsors: Cornelius & Agnes Farrel. Henry MC COMBIE was b May 11 1851 Cambria Co., PA. He was bapt Jun 1 1851 St. Benedict Ch., Carrolltown, PA, Sponsors: Jacob & Elizabeth Weakland.

[NI136537] 1850 census Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 15 Aug 1850 by Henry Cook
30 41 42 Weaklin James 24 M Farmer 2000 PA
31 41 42 Weaklin Elizabeth 19 F PA

[NI136544] 1850 census Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 15 Aug 1850 by Henry Cook
22 4 4 Weaklin John 85 M None 800 Maryland
23 4 4 Weaklin Catherine 80 F Delaware
24 4 4 Weaklin Millburg 40 F PA
25 4 4 Weaklin Bridget 21 F PA

[NI136547] 1850 census Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 15 Aug 1850 by Henry Cook
3 179 182 Weaklin John 50 M Farmer 750 PA
4 179 182 Weaklin Mary A. 37 F PA
5 179 182 Weaklin Amelis 25 F PA
6 179 182 Weaklin Mary A. 23 F PA
7 179 182 Weaklin Isaac 21 M Laborer PA
8 179 182 Weaklin Peter 18 M PA
9 179 182 Weaklin Stephen 15 M PA

[NI136554] Samuel Weakland b Loretto, in 1805, & d on his farm in Sep, 1887, aged 82 yrs. He was one of oldest & most respected citizens of northern part of co. He was Cath, & resided in the Weakland settlement, St. Joseph's ch, in Carroll twp. He m Margaret McAteer, whose people came from Ireland & settled near Loretto. Mr. & Mrs. Weakland reared 4 chldn: Anselum;
Catherine, w/o James Kirkpatrick, Carroll twp; Levi, lumber dealer, Cumberland, MD, & John, engaged in farming on home farm in Carroll twp. (From Biographical & Portrait Cyclopedia of Cambria Co by Samuel Wiley 1896, Union Pub Co)
1850 census Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 15 Aug 1850 by Henry Cook
10 180 183 Weaklin Samuel 45 M Farmer 1800 PA
11 180 183 Weaklin Margaret 47 F PA
12 180 183 Weaklin Anselm 17 M Laborer PA
13 180 183 Weaklin Catherine 15 F PA
14 180 183 Weaklin Levi 13 M PA
15 180 183 Weaklin John 11 M PA

[NI136556] ANSELUM WEAKLAND, a substantial citizen of Elder twp, & memb of an old & distinguished family that came over with Lord Baltimore, a s/o Samuel & Margaret (McATEER) Weakland, & b Carroll twp, Cambria co, PA Mar 21 1833. His boyhood was on his father's farm, & he received his educ in early common schools which succeeded the old subscription schools that had come down from pioneer dys. Leaving school, he engaged in farming, which he has followed ever since. He has always resided on a farm, & in 1859 purchased his present farm of 130 acs, which is well improved, highly productive & underlaid with coal. Mr. Weakland is a general farmer, who made his farm one of the best in twp where good farms are numerous. He is a man of standing & influence in his community, & possesses a well-balanced mind, good judgment & a considerable amt of firmness. He is memb Cath ch, since boyhood. Mr. Weakland is politicly always been a democrat, & a strong advocate of Jeffersonian principles. He has serv as constable & school-director of his twp, & held various other local offices. He was elected as director of the poor, & in 1894 as jury commissioner, both of which co. offices he filled creditably. On May 8 1859, Mr. Weakland married Matilda LUTHER, d/o John Luther, & sis of ex-Sheriff Luther. To their union b 10 chldn: Aaron a livery proprietor at Patton; Walter, a merchant of Patton; Samuel partner in business with his bro Aaron; Amanda, w/o Michael RYAN, Patton; Emma, Malvina, Bennett, Ellen & Edward, all still at home with their parents, & Matilda, deceased. The Weakland family is of English origin, & founders of Amer branch came with colony sent to MD by Cecil Calvert, 2nd Lord Baltimore, & settled near the site of city of Baltimore. There is family tradition that 3 Weakland bros came with 1st MD colony, & one of them, Rolfe in VA, m an Indian princess, & was the progenitor of the Pennsylvania Weakland family founded by John Weakland, Sr., who came to Loretto before settlement of Father Gallitzin in Cambria co. John Weakland, Sr., was Cath & his dust reposes at Loretto. His 3 sons, Jephaniah, John & William, came with him; the 2 elder being m. John Weakland, in 1816, purchased a 700 ac tract of land in what is now Elder twp, & which was patented under name of Head's Sleeping Place. On this land he settled & reared his family. He was memb Cath ch, & m Catherine JACKSON, Hagerstown, MD, by whom he had 9 chdn 7 sons & 2 dau: Mary, w/o Samuel McDERMOT; James, who owns farms in Clearfield & Carroll twps; William, farmer & stock-dealer & owned the home farm; John, Peter & George, farming in Carroll twp, where they owned good farms; Amelia, deaf & dumb from sickness; Samuel; & Michael, who was a farmowner in Carroll twp. (From Biographical & Portrait Cyclopedia of Cambria Co by Samuel Wiley 1896, Union Pub Co)
1880 Census Elder Twp., Cambria Co., PA Joseph Rhody Jun 10, 1880 HW/Pg 17
434A 36 119 121 Weakland Ans. W M 47 Farmer PA PA PA
119 121 Weakland Matilda W F 44 Wife Keeps house PA PA PA
119 121 Weakland Aaron W M 20 son Farm laborer PA PA PA
119 121 Weakland J. Walter W M 17 son Farm laborer PA PA PA
119 121 Weakland Samuel W M 15 son Farm laborer PA PA PA
119 121 Weakland Amanda W F 13 daug PA PA PA
119 121 Weakland Melvina W F 10 daug PA PA PA
119 121 Weakland Bennet W M 8 son PA PA PA
119 121 Weakland Sophia W F 6 daug PA PA PA
119 121 Weakland Edward W M 4 son PA PA PA
119 121 Weakland Matilda W F 2 daug PA PA PA

[NI136560] 1850 census Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 15 Aug 1850 by Henry Cook
11 2 2 Weaklin Peter 54 M Farmer 950 PA
12 2 2 Weaklin Theresa 54 F PA
13 2 2 Weaklin Ambrose 22 M Laborer PA
14 2 2 Stutts Henry 8 M PA

[NI136563] 1850 census Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA Enumerated 15 Aug 1850 by Henry Cook
15 3 3 Weaklin William 56 M Farmer 3233 PA
16 3 3 Weaklin Aremintha 57 F PA
17 3 3 Weaklin Susanah 27 F PA
18 3 3 Weaklin Michael 23 M Laborer PA
19 3 3 Weaklin Mary 25 F PA
20 3 3 Weaklin Margaret 17 F PA
21 3 3 Funderhite John M. 18 M Laborer MD

[NI136567] Mary Ann WEAKLAND was b Dec 15 1822, PA. d/o William Weakland & Araminta Burgoon. She was bapt Feb 23 1823, St. Michael Ch., Loretto, PA by Fr. D. A. Gallitzin.1 Sponsors: Augustine Maguire & Alacia Murphy. She d Feb 28 1860. She was bur St. Benedict Cem., Carrolltown, PA. She was m to Henry BYRNE on Apr 23 1855 in St. Benedict Ch., Carrolltown, PA. Witness: Anselm Weakland & Sophia Elder.

[NI136569] John A Moore Age: 74 State: PA Color: W Dist: 0144 B Pl: PA Visit: 0182 Co: Somerset Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Wife Mary 54, PA
Son Cyrus H 17, PA
Son Essie 16, PA
Daughter Annie M 13, PA
Daughter Minerva V 11, PA
Daughter Goldie G 08, PA
JOHN A. MOORE d Oct 9 1910, age 75 yrs. His death was caused by complication of diseased, which kept him bedfast for more then a yr. was b Westmoreland Co. May 17 1835; m twice, his 1st wife Rebecca Howard, d 33 yrs ago, after bearing 8 chldn 3 daus 5 son's & 5 them now living. His 2nd wife Mary Geisel & to this union were 14 chldn 12 now living. He is survived also by 30 gchldn & four ggchldn. He was a vet of civil war, having served an enlistment of 3 yrs.

[NI136584] THE ROCKWOOD LEADER NOV 30; RACHEL BEAL, Greenville, twp. w/o Hiram Beal, Larimer Twp, d at the home of her son-in-law, William Durr, on the 13th inst, aged 72-2-11. Mrs. Beal was the mother of 13 chldn, none of whom, however, survive her except Wilson Beal, Meyersdale, & Mrs. Durr.

[NI136585] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
James L McGee Age: 41 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0144 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0184 County: Somerset
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Wife Nancy M 25, PA
Son Harrison J 03, PA
Son Charles B NR, PA

[NI136591] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Wilson C Beal Age: 36 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0146 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0161 County: Somerset, Meyersdale Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Armatha A 27, Pennsylvania
Daughter Leora C 09, Pennsylvania
Daughter Almeda B 07, Pennsylvania
Son Carol E 05, Pennsylvania
1 non-relative

[NI136598] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Chalere W Sechler Age: 38 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0168 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0017 County: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Ida 36, PA

[NI136618] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Calvin Livengood Age: 34 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0126 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0298 County: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Grace 26, PA
Son Percy 08, PA
Niece Edna Michaels 13, PA

[NI136648] Death certificate was recorded Oct 24,1956 name was spelled Hollie Elizabeth Goss
The 1910 MD census shows that her father had remarried and Hallie and all her sisters and brother lived with him in Oakland MD. The MD 1900 census shows Hallie with her parents, Albert and Sarah lived in Deer Park, Md. It also showed Sadie, Alice and sister Rosey. Tom was not yet born. Rosie must have died, she is not shown on any other cenus.

[NI136652] ADELINE R. SNYDER, w/o Moses Snyder, d. at the home of her daug, Mrs. A. J. Spangler, New Centerville on Mon. Her death came as a result of blood poisioning caused by necrosis of the bones, at age 76 yrs. She was d/o Mr. & Mrs. Abraham Ringer & was b & reared at Confluence. More than 50 yrs ago she m Moses Snyder who d 10 yrs ago. To the the union were b the following chldn who survive: R. A. Snyder; Mrs. H. D. Pyle; Mrs. Cyrus Pyle; all of Middlecreek twp; Mrs. Edward Shultz, Ortanna, Adams Co. PA; John S. Snyder & Mrs. A. J. Spangler, New Centerville. Deceased was a memb of New Centerville Luth. Ch.. Bur. Union cem. adjoining the church in New Centerville.

[NI136653] 1850 Census Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA 5 Aug 1850 by John H. Smith
4 192 213 Ringer Abra'm. 49 M Farmer 1,300 Pa
Ringer Lydia 41 F Pa
Ringer Sam'l. 20 M Pa
Ringer Daniel 18 M Pa
Ringer James 16 M Pa
Ringer Abra'm. 14 M Pa
Ringer Allison 12 F Pa
Ringer Elizabeth 10 F Pa
Ringer Alfred 8/12 M Pa
13 192 214 Ringer Jos. 22 M Farmer Pa
14 192 214 Ringer Sarah J. 17 F Va

[NI136656] never married

[NI136660] Acute perferation of duedenal ulcer,w/ massive hemmorage, Carcinema of lung w/metastasia to stomach & media stinum.

[NI136787] Murdered by Strangulation

[NI136963] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Levi FRIEDLINE Age: 61 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0142 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0092 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Malilda G 51, PA
Son Wilson F 25, PA
Son William H 23, PA
Son Ira M 19, PA
Son Gillian E 15, PA
Son John Curtis 11, PA
Somerset Herald, Wed Mar 14 1928 LEVI FRIEDLINE, aged 80, a life-long resid of Jenner Twp, d Fri afternoon, Mar 9, 1928. Death was due to heart disease from which he had suffered for a no. yrs, although his condition was not regarded as serious until recently. He was s/o Mr. & Mrs. Gillian FRIEDLINE, & b on a farm near Jennerstown. Until his retirement abt 3 yrs ago he had been engaged in farming. He is survived by his widow & the following chldn: Mary, w/o Frank SPANGLER, Jenner Twp; Wilson, Henry & Edward FRIEDLINE, all of Jennerstown; & Ira FRIEDLINE, Clerk of Courts. 2 bros & a sis: Adam, Ms Nancy, & J. E. FRIEDLINE, all of Jenner Twp, also survive. Funeral servs were conducted at 10 am Mon in Jennerstown Ref Ch, in charge of the pastor, Rev. G. V. Walker. Bur ch cem.

[NI136964] 1850 Federal Census Jenner Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 23 Oct 1850 by John J Schell
33 198 207 Friedline Gillian 30 M W Farmer 3,000 PA
34 198 207 Friedline Adeline 23 F W PA
35 198 207 Friedline Adam 3 M W PA
36 198 207 Friedline Levi 1 M W PA
37 198 207 Althouse Alexander 13 M W PA
38 198 207 Althouse Susan 17 F W PA
39 198 207 Althouse Frederick 16 M W Laborer PA
40 198 207 Althouse Catherine 57 F W PA

[NI136965] PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
Adam FRIEDLINE Age: 64 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0142 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0064 Co.: Somerset Relation: Head of Household Other Residents:
Wife Lucinda 59, PA
Son Morris 16, PA
Daug Goldie 13, PA
Son William 27, PA
Daug-in-law Mary E 18, PA

[NI136974] 1850 Federal Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 8 Nov by Henry Cook
29 97 103 ROSE William 28 M Farmer 200 PA
30 97 103 ROSE Sarah 27 F PA
31 97 103 ROSE Sarah 3 F PA
32 97 103 ROSE Susan 1 F PA

[NI136975] George H. Heltzel/Helsel, b abt 1791, s/o John Tobias Helsel of Dunning's Creek, Bedford Twp, Bedford Co. George moved to Cambria Co abt the time his 1st wife (name ukwn) d in the 1820's, settling on 400+ acres along the Bedford Pike, east of Elton, & right in the Rose neighborhood. George & his 2nd wife Amelia sold this land in the 1850's & moved to Kosciusko Co, IN.
1850 Census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 8 Nov by Henry Cook
37 99 105 HELSELL George 59 M Farmer 1,000 PA
HELSELL Amelia 44 F PA
HELSELL Elizabeth 24 F PA
HELSELL Isaac 15 M PA
HELSELL Maria 13 F PA
HELSELL John 10 M PA
HELSELL Henry 8 M
HELSELL Margaret 1 F PA
ROSE Peter 24 M Laborer PA
ROSE Eve 18 F PA

[NI136979] Jacob Settlemyer & Mary Helsel (Solomon's 1st cousin) had a daug b 1820-1825 in the 1830 & 1840 census, & this could very well be Sarah, but I hesitate that Solomon may have m 2 different Sarah Settlemyer's - one her maiden name, one her married. But then again, it could have been the 2nd marriage which led him to be acquainted with future wife #3. After all, #2 was the niece by marriage of #1.

[NI136981] Bedford Gazette, Fri, Jun 15 1900 Mrs. Christina Wonders b near Imlertown, this Co., Jan 27, 1827, d res. of Dau, Mrs. Anna C. Gephart, New Paris, Jun 14 1900, 73 y 4 m 8 d. d/o George Heltzel. May 31 1846 m Abram Rose; from this union 6 surviving chldn, Moses, IN; Aaron & Adam, Napier Twp.; William & Mary, w/o Cyrus Horner, Cambria Co.; Anna C., w/o George Gephart, New Paris. Abram Rose d Jun 10 1859 She was m 2nd time to Stephen Wonders, Jun 4 1871; he d on 22 Jan 1890, & she was left a widow again. Of this union there was no issue. For several yrs since then she had her home with her youngest chd at whose res she d. On the 6th inst. her remains were followed by a lg concourse of relatives & friends to Ref Ch. at New Paris, where an impressive funeral sermon was preached by her pastor, Rev. D G. Hetrick, from No.s 23 & part of 10th verse: "Let me die the death of the righteous & let my last end be like his." The body was taken to Stone Ch. near Fishertown & placed by the side of her 1st hus. Also survived by a bro, George Heltzel, this Co.; a bro & 2 sis', state of IN; 26 gchdn; 8 ggchdn. She was faithful memb Ref Ch. for 35+ yrs & d in triumph of a living faith. "Rest in peace." The thanks of Mr. & Mrs. Gephart are cordially extended to the kind neighbors & friends who aided in caring for her during her last illness. "I like a star that is lost when the daylight is given, I like a cloud of the sunset, slow fading in heaven, I like a long Summer day, ending in bliss, She has gone to the world of the holy from this." . Napier Twp., Jun 11 D. M. W. Written by Daniel M. Wonders, s/o Stephen & Catharine Wonders & Steps/o Christina Wonders

[NI136983] Bedford Gazette, c Aug 23 1900 Charley Heltzel, Bedford twp, aged 79 yrs, d Sun night. Most of his life was been spent in the community where he d. He leaves 2 chdn, Mrs. Jo Imler, Bedford twp, & Levi Heltzel, NE. His son did not reach the co till after the bur of his father which took place Wed Aug 22 1900. Mr. Heltzel has been an active memb Evang ch for many yrs & will be greatly missed financially & otherwise from the society. Mr. Heltzel was a worker all his life & will be greatly missed from the community. His tombstone at Messiah Luth Ch gives his date of death as Aug 20 1900, age 84y 5m 3d

[NI136985] Daniel BREIG 12 April 1817
1850 Federal Census Elklick Twp., Somerset Co., PA 21 Oct 1850 by John H. Smith
36 104 108 Brike Daniel 33 M Joiner Germany
37 104 108 Brike Catherine 28 F PA
38 104 108 Slawmaker Amy 7 F MD
39 104 108 Brike Maria A. 4 F MA

[NI136987] 1880 Census Salisbury Boro, Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA Harvey Hay 3 Jun 1880 Gay St.
7 6 285B Gay Street 54 56 Breig Ferdinand W M 60 Carpenter Germany Germany Germany
54 56 Breig Phebe A W F 44 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
54 56 Breig Joseph W M 22 Son PA Germany PA
54 56 Breig H Rebecca W F 17 Dau PA Germany PA
54 56 Breig Lizzie N W F 6 Dau PA Germany PA
Mr. Ferdinand BREIG, one of Salisbury's oldest & most respected citizens, d 6 pm Tue at home of his son-in-law, Joseph GARLITZ, West Salisbury. The deceased was afflicted with dropsy, but his case was not considered dangerous until a few dys before his death. He d very suddenly. Mr. BREIG was a very good, kind-hearted old man & he was held in high esteem by all who knew him. He was b Germany, but lived in Salisbury all his life. In religion he was Luth, by occup carpenter. He was in every way a model citizen. Had he lived until May, he would have reached his 4 score yrs. Funeral today, conducted by Rev. E.S. Johnston.
FERDINAND BREIG d at resid of his son-in-law, Joseph GARLITZ, West Salisbury, on eve of Mar 20 1900, of dropsy of the heart. He complained only a few dys when death came quickly; this sudden death was a great shock to his many friends. He was b Baden, Germany, May 15 1820 & came to USA while a chld with his parents; they lived in NY abt 2 yrs, then came to Greenville & from thence to Salisbury where he m Phoebe Ann Tedrow, who still survives him, as also his daus Mrs. Ellen Garlitz, West Salisbury, Ms Rebecca, at home, Mrs. Nina Billmeyer, VA; a son & a dau preceded him to the spirit world. He was a kind, honest & industrious man, had a kind word for all & his familiar face will long be missed by the good people of Salisbury where he spent the greater part of his life. He was the youngest son of Joseph & Maria BREIG, & is survived by his bro Daniel who is in the ripe age of 83 yrs. Their bro Ambrose preceed him by 15 yrs to the eternal world at age 70 yrs. Funeral Thu 22nd by his pastor Rev. Johnston. Peace be to his ashes.

[NI136988] Mrs. Phoebe Breig, wid/o Ferdinand Breig, d Sat afternoon at her home on Gay st from complications incident to old age. Mrs. Breig was d/o Mr. & Mrs. Henry Tedrow & was born at Lexington, PA, Dec 9 1836, therefore being nearly 87 yrs of age. She m Feb 4 1855 to Mr. Breig & has lived in this vicinity for many yrs. To this union 5 chdn were b. Mr. Breig & 2 of the chdn having proceeded her in death. Deceased is survived by 3 daus, Mrs. Ellen Garlitz, Frostburg, MD, Ms Rebecca Breig at home, & Mrs. Frank Billmeyer, Cumberland, MD; also 5 gchdn & 6 ggchdn. Funeral serv Mon 3 pm, conducted by Rev. H.G. Campbell, pastor of the Meth Episc ch. Bur IOOF cem. The family desire to take this opportunity to express their sincere thanks to the many friends & neighbors who so kindly assisted them during their bereavment.

[NI136995] 1850 Susquehanna Twp census
William Noel, age 50, b PA [indicating birth ~1800], with his wife Ann, age 44, b Ireland [indicating born ~1806] & the following chldn:
Ephraim, age 18 [b.~1832]
Andrew, age 14 [b ~1836]
Lydia, age 13 [b ~ 1837]
Emily, age 10 [b ~1840]
Sarah A., age 6 [b ~1844]
Ann, age 4 [b ~1846]
1860 census for Chest Twp,[which had been created out of Susquehanna & does not represent a household move] shows the same William Noel, age 59, b PA [b.~1801], wife, Ann, age 50, b Ireland [b. ~1800], Andrew, age 23, b. PA [b. ~1837], Sarah A., age 17, b. PA [b.~1843] & Anna C., age 15, b. PA [b. ~1845].
Menallen Twp [Adams Co, PA] tax records as follows: 1824, single man; 1829-1834, owner of livestock & tradesman; 1837-1842, farmer & owner of a gristmill & sawmill. In the 1830 census for Menallen, he is m & has a daug under 5. In the 1840 census for Menallen, he is living with his wife, a son under 5, 2 sons 5 to 10, 2 daugs under 5, 1 daug 5 to 10, 2 daug 10 to 15. His wife, Anna, d 7 Aug 1841, aged 33 yrs & is bur. at St. Ignatius.
FHL US/Can Film 1294599 Cambria Co Courthouse Ebensburg, PA WILL BOOK 3 Pge 385 Last Will & Testament of William Noel, decd. I, William Noel of Carroll Twp in Cambria Co., PA Being of sound mind memory & understanding, do make & publish this my last will & testament hereby revoking & making void all former wills by me at any time heretofore made, & first I direct that my body be decently interred in the Cem. at St. Boniface according to the rites of the Cath Ch & that my funeral be conducted in a manner corresponding with my estate in life & as to my property I wish to dispose of it as follows: 1st I order that my debts & funeral expenses be pd. I give & bequeath my farm adjoining John Heil [?] George Habn, & others, to my son Andrew Noel for the sum of $1300 out of which sum he is to pay all my debts & funeral expenses & the balance if any is to be divided equally between himself & my daugs Harriet, Elizabeth, Mary, Martha, Lydia, Emily, Sarah & Ann, & their heirs. I give & bequeath to my daug Elizabeth, her heirs 50 acres of my tract of land lying on the west side of Chest Creek to be measured from the corner adjoining Heirs of James Delozier, Francis Yahuen & others by a line that will secure to her all the cleared land thereon & an outlet to the public road nearby, & the balance of said tract is to be sold by my executors & the proceeds thereof to be expended for masses for the repose of my soul & the souls of my wife Emily Ann & Bridget Ann. & lastly I nominate & appoint Paul Yahuen & Patrick E. Dillon as executors of this my will. In witness whereof I the said testator have to this my will set my hand & seal this 10 June 1881. William [his mark] Noel (seal) Signed sealed & published by the said testator as & for his last will & testament in the presence of us who in his presenceand in the presence of each other have signed our names as witnesses thereto. Interlineations made before signing. Paul Yahuen James [his mark] Kirkpatrick Anselen Weaklen
Cambria Co., ss Before me John H. Brown, Registrar of the Probate of Wills & granting Letters of Administration in & for said Co. person all Page 386 came James Kirkpatrick, Paul Yabuen & Anselen Weaklen the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing will who being duly sworn according to law do depose & say that they were present & saw & heard William Noel the within named testator sign seal publish & pronounced & declare the foregoing instrument of writing as & for the last will & testament & at the time of so doing he was of sound mind memory & understanding to the best of their knowledge observation & belief. Sworn & subscribed James [his mark] Kirkpatrick this 14th day of Aug. 1882 Anselen Weaklen John H. Brow Paul Yahuen Register Registered August 14, 1882 & Letters Testamentory issued to Paul Yahuen & Patrick E. Dillon. John H. Brown, Register


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