0 HEAD 1 SOUR FTW 2 VERS Family Tree Maker (16.0.350) 2 NAME Family Tree Maker for Windows 2 CORP MyFamily.com, Inc. 3 ADDR 360 W 4800 N 4 CONT Provo, UT 84604 3 PHON (801) 705-7000 1 DEST FTM 1 DATE 21 FEB 2010 1 CHAR ANSI 1 SUBM @SUBM@ 1 FILE \\C19162-d\genealogy\Web Genealogy Feb 2010 a\21Feb2010.GED 1 GEDC 2 VERS 5.5 2 FORM LINEAGE-LINKED 0 @SUBM@ SUBM 1 NAME Edward A. Byrnes 0 @I0001@ INDI 1 NAME Vicktoria /Neugebauer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0207@ 0 @I0002@ INDI 1 NAME Jacob James /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 APR 1813 2 PLAC Allegheny Twp., Cambria Co., PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 MAY 1890 2 PLAC St. Joseph's Cemetery (Hart's Sleeping Place) 1 FAMS @F0032@ 1 FAMC @F0001@ 1 NOTE @NI0002@ 0 @NI0002@ NOTE 1 CONC HARTS SLEEPING PLACE 1 CONT 1 CONT The information for this cemetery was submitted by Shirley Osewalt, fr 1 CONC om information originally compiled in 1958 by Joan Yeckley. 1 CONT 1 CONT If you have any corrections or additions to this listing, please email me. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT The old Kittanning Trail 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT NAME BORN DIED REMARKS/ROW 1 CONT 1 CONT ROW 1 1 CONT CUNNINGHAM, William 1819 6 Aug 1847 Age 28y 2m 1d 1 CONT Alice Not listed 26 Jun 1851 Stone repaired 1 CONT CUNNINGHAM, Michael 1789 27 Mar 1879 Age 90y 1 CONT CUNNINGHAM, Mary (Kennig) 1789 11 Nov 1857 Age 69y 1 CONT WEAKLAND, George 1800 18 Dec 1872 Age 72y; Baptiz 1 CONC ed by Fr. G. 1 CONT WEAKLAND, Ellen (McKinney) 1800 30 Oct 1869 Age 697 7m 1 CONT w/o George Weaklan 1 CONC d 1 CONT 1 CONT ROW 2 1 CONT PLOTT/PLATT, John 1747 12 Feb 1850 Age 102y 5m 12d; o 1 CONC ldest 1 CONT PLOTT, Elizabeth 18?? Mar 1807 Dates obliterated 1 CONT HUTEN, John Not listed 6 Mar 1848 Age 80y 1 CONT PLATT, Joseph 1783 12 Feb 1862 Age 78y 6m 1 CONT PLATT, Margaret W. Not listed 7 Dec 1868? ??y, 2m 15d 1 CONT 1 CONT ROW 3 1 CONT BYRNE, Jacob Not listed 13 May 1890 Age 72y (obit) 1 CONT BYRNE, Mary A. Not listed 20 Jul 1893 Age 72y; w/o Jacob 1 CONT Infant Not listed Not listed One same lot 1 CONT James C. Not listed Not listed Son 1 CONT Agnes Not listed Not listed Daughter 1 CONT BYRNE, Michael 1850 5 May 1851 10m; d/o Ellen Byr 1 CONC ne 1 CONT BYRNE, Ellen Not listed 10 May 1851 Age 3y 2m 12d 1 CONT BYRNE, Augustine 1844 6 May 1851 Age 7y 1 CONT FARRELL, Mary Not listed Not listed Age 5y 1 CONT FARRELL, Ellen 1866 9 Mar 1867 Age 1y; d/o M. Far 1 CONC rell 1 CONT WAKLEND [sic), Mary F. 1860 19 May 1861 Age 1y 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT There is a reference to Jacob Byrne owning a sawmill in Byrnesville, Susqu 1 CONC ehanna Twp. Cambria County PA in a book by D.J.Byrne called 'Valley of t 1 CONC he Pines'. The D.J. Byrne is Daniel J. Byrne to be found in this database. 1 CONT 1 CONT From 1880 Cambria County Susquehanna Township Census 1 CONT 445A 36 206 13 . . 84 84 Byrne Jac 1 CONC ob W M 67 . . . X . . Far 1 CONC mer . . 1 CONC . . . . . . . . Pennsylvania I 1 CONC reland Germany . 1 CONT 445A 37 206 13 . . 84 84 Byrne Ma 1 CONC ry W F 57 . Wife . X . . Ke 1 CONC eping house . . 1 CONC . . . . . . . X Pennsylvan 1 CONC ia Pa Pa . 1 CONT 445A 38 206 13 . . 84 84 Byrne Franc 1 CONC is W M 25 . Son X . . . Labor 1 CONC er . Heart disease 1 CONC . . . . . . . . Pennsylvan 1 CONC ia Pa Pa . 1 CONT 445A 39 206 13 . . 84 84 Byrne Lu 1 CONC ke A. W M 24 . Son X . . . La 1 CONC borer . . 1 CONC . . . . . . . . Pennsylvan 1 CONC ia Pa Pa . 1 CONT 445A 40 206 13 . . 84 84 Byrne Ma 1 CONC ry E. W F 21 . Daught 1 CONC er X . . . at home 1 CONC . . 1 CONC . . . . . . . . Pennsylvan 1 CONC ia Pa Pa . 1 CONT 445A 41 206 13 . . 84 84 Weaklen Jo 1 CONC hn W M 82 . Father in l 1 CONC aw . . X . . 1 CONC . . 1 CONC . . . . . . . . Pennsylvan 1 CONC ia Md Pa . 1 CONT 1 CONT From "Valley of the Pines" by D.J. Byrne pg 223 1 CONT 1 CONT Above the crocks of apple butter, hanging on two nails was a muzzle loade 1 CONC r. A beauty with hand-tooled copper plates and trigger guard. It probab 1 CONC ly was handed down from Warren's Grandad, Jacob, who ran the sawmill at By 1 CONC rnesville where Warren was raised. 0 @I0003@ INDI 1 NAME Vinetta /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 SEP 1898 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 FEB 1945 2 PLAC Spangler Hospital, Spangler, PA 1 FAMS @F0162@ 1 FAMC @F0145@ 0 @I0004@ INDI 1 NAME Alvin /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 AUG 1910 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 APR 1981 2 PLAC St Bernard's 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Bernard's, Hastings, PA 1 _MILT 2 PLAC CPL CO M 315 INF 79 DIV WW2 1 FAMS @F0036@ 1 FAMC @F0145@ 0 @I0005@ INDI 1 NAME Orlando Raymond /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 APR 1904 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 DEC 1955 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery Spangler 1 FAMS @F0163@ 1 FAMC @F0145@ 1 NOTE @NI0005@ 0 @NI0005@ NOTE 1 CONC ________________________________________________ 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Name: BYRNES, Orlando Raymond 1 CONT Died: 29 Dec 1955, Barnesboro 1 CONT Born: 23 Apr 1904 1 CONT Parents: Gilbert & Martha (Stoltz) Byrnes 1 CONT Spouse: Alice Trexler 1 CONT Survived By: Wife; mother; siblings - Lavanes, Alvin, Mrs. Olean 1 CONT Yinging, Mrs. Louise Miller, Paul, & Mrs. Margie Gibas 1 CONT Buried: Holy Cross Cemetery; Spangler 1 CONT Newspaper: Tribune-Democrat 1 CONT Obit Date: 30 Dec 1955 1 CONT Contributed By: Lynne Canterbury 1 CONT ________________________________________________ 1 CONT 0 @I0006@ INDI 1 NAME Lavanis G. /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 OCT 1906 2 PLAC Barnesboro, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 OCT 1993 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery, Spangler, Cambria Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery, Spangler, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0165@ 1 FAMC @F0145@ 0 @I0007@ INDI 1 NAME Olean /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 MAR 1912 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 OCT 1990 2 PLAC St. John the Baptist Catholic Church Cemetery Barnesboro PA 1 FAMS @F0166@ 1 FAMC @F0145@ 1 NOTE @NI0007@ 0 @NI0007@ NOTE 1 CONC OLEAN E. YINGLING 78, Barnesboro, died Wednesday Oct 3, 1990, at Miners Ho 1 CONC spital, Spangler. 1 CONT The daughter of Gilbert and Martha Stoltz Byrnes, she was born March 29, 1 1 CONC 912 in Susquehanna Township. 1 CONT Mrs. Yingling was a member of St. John the Baptist's Roman Catholic Churc 1 CONC h, Barnesboro. 1 CONT Surviving are four children: Mrs. Fred (Lorraine) Onorato, Joppa, Md; Mr 1 CONC s. Julius (Mary Lour) Misurda, Clymenr, Robert, Barnesboro; Mrs. William ( 1 CONC Shirley) Sherry, Brunswick, OH; 11 grandchildren; three great-grandchildre 1 CONC n; three brothers and sisters: Lavanes, Marge Gibas and Paul, all of Barne 1 CONC sboro. 1 CONT She was preceded in death by her husband, Ray Yingling; an infant son, Ra 1 CONC y; her parents; four sisters: Naomi, Marie, Vernetta Morley and Louise Mil 1 CONC ler; three brothers: Orlando, Thomas and Alvin Byrnes. 1 CONT Friends will be received from 2 -4 and 7 -9 Friday at the Long Funeral Ho 1 CONC me Inc, Barnesboro, where the Rosary will be recited at 7:30 pm Friday. 1 CONT Mass of Christain burial will be offered at 11 am Saturday at St. John t 1 CONC he Baptist's Catholic Church with the Rev. Bernard Grega as the celebran 1 CONC t. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. 1 CONT (Indiana Gazette, Indiana, PA Oct 4 1990, p5) 0 @I0008@ INDI 1 NAME Louise /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1918 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1980 1 FAMS @F0083@ 1 FAMS @F0167@ 1 FAMC @F0145@ 0 @I0009@ INDI 1 NAME Margaretta Zeon /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 DEC 1922 2 PLAC Byrnesville, Barnesboro, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 AUG 2006 2 PLAC HAIDA Manor, Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0168@ 1 FAMC @F0145@ 1 NOTE @NI0009@ 0 @NI0009@ NOTE 1 CONC Was a nurse's aid. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Tribune-Democrat Tuesday, August 1, 2006 1 CONT 1 CONT GIBAS - Margaretta Z. 1 CONT 1 CONT GIBAS - Margaretta Z., 83, Northern Cambria, died July 30, 2006, at HAI 1 CONC DA Manor, Hastings. Born Dec. 9, 1922, in Susquehanna Township, Pa., the d 1 CONC aughter of Gilbert and Martha (Stoltz) Byrnes. Preceded in death by parent 1 CONC s; husband, Joseph F. Gibas, who died Dec. 21, 1995; brothers, Thomas, Orl 1 CONC ando, Lavanas, Alvin and Paul Byrnes; and sisters, Vanetta Morley, Olean Y 1 CONC ingling and Louise Miller. Survived by daughters, Donna, wife of Edward "R 1 CONC ick" Lloyd, and Charlene, wife of Allen Jones, both of Northern Cambria; a 1 CONC nd grandchildren, Deanna Natarian, Edward "Rick" Lloyd Jr., Lynette Lloy 1 CONC d, Julianne Lloyd, Nicole Jones and Jaci Jones; and great-grandchildren, B 1 CONC radley and Andrew Natarian and Ian and Tatum Lloyd. Last surviving memb 1 CONC er of her immediate family. Retired nurse's aide for Laurel Crest Manor. M 1 CONC ember of Prince of Peace Catholic Church. Friends are invited to attend fu 1 CONC neral services at 3 p.m. Thursday at Moriconi Funeral Home Inc., Northe 1 CONC rn Cambria, Father Larry Lacovic officiating. Committal, Holy Cross Cemete 1 CONC ry. 0 @I0010@ INDI 1 NAME Frank /Morley/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1895 1 FAMS @F0162@ 0 @I0011@ INDI 1 NAME Maurice A. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 JAN 1906 2 PLAC Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 APR 1966 2 PLAC Miners Hospital, Spangler, PA 1 FAMS @F0169@ 1 FAMC @F0175@ 0 @I0012@ INDI 1 NAME Mildred Mary /Hoover/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 NOV 1912 2 PLAC Carrolltown, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 AUG 1995 2 PLAC Johnstown, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0169@ 1 FAMC @F0170@ 0 @I0013@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Amelia "Emily" /Weakland/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 APR 1823 2 PLAC Carolltown Boro, Cambria Co., PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 JUL 1893 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0032@ 1 FAMC @F0040@ 1 NOTE @NI0013@ 0 @NI0013@ NOTE 1 CONC ID: I1858 1 CONT Name: Jacob Byrne 1 CONT Sex: M 1 CONT Birth: 8 APR 1813 in Loretto, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT Death: 13 MAY 1890 1 CONT Baptism: 19 APR 1813 St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co., PA 1 1 CONT Burial: St. Joseph's, Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT Note: 1 CONT Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father 1 CONC 's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace 1 CONT Jacob BYRNE Self M Male W 67 PA Farmer IRE GER 1 CONT Mary BYRNE Wife M Female W 57 PA Keeping House PA PA 1 CONT Francis BYRNE Son S Male W 25 PA Laborer PA PA 1 CONT Luke A. BYRNE Son S Male W 24 PA Laborer PA PA 1 CONT Mary E. BYRNE Dau S Female W 20 PA At Home PA PA 1 CONT John WEAKLEN FatherL W Male W 82 PA MD PA 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC ------ 1 CONT Source Information: 1 CONT Census Place Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Family History Library Film 1255111 1 CONT NA Film Number T9-1111 1 CONT Page Number 445A 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Marriage 1 Mary Amalia Weakland b: 16 APR 1823 in Carroll Twp., Cambria Co 1 CONC ., PA 1 CONT Married: 11 FEB 1851 1 CONT Children 1 CONT John Francis Byrne b: 12 SEP 1853 1 CONT Luke Augustine Byrne b: 15 FEB 1855 1 CONT Anastasia Byrne b: 23 APR 1856 in Susquehanna Twp., Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT Mary Ann Elizabeth Byrne b: 31 DEC 1859 in Susquehanna Twp., Cambria Co 1 CONC ., PA 1 CONT Agnes Lucretia Byrne b: 22 JUL 1861 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Title: Ledoux, Vol. 1, entry #00649 0 @I0014@ INDI 1 NAME Shirley Charley /Byrne/ 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 APR 1943 2 PLAC Ebensburgh, RD. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 NOV 1947 2 PLAC Mercy Hospital, Johnstown, Cambria Co PA 1 FAMC @F0169@ 0 @I0015@ INDI 1 NAME Elliot /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1966 1 FAMC @F0169@ 0 @I0016@ INDI 1 NAME Merle Jr. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1945 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1945 2 PLAC overseas 1 FAMC @F0186@ 0 @I0017@ INDI 1 NAME Lois Anna /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 NAME Lois A. /Byrne/ 1 BIRT 2 DATE JAN 1948 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1948 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 APR 1948 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1948 1 FAMC @F0186@ 1 NOTE @NI0017@ 0 @NI0017@ NOTE 1 CONC BYRNE, Lois A. 1948 1948 d/o Pauline (KOONTZ) & Merle (H) 1 CONT 1 CONT Documentation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Information provided by Lisa Baker 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a 1 CONT tool to promote further research and should NOT be considered as verifi 1 CONC ed proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were 1 CONT used to obtain as many names as possible of people buried at St. Michael's 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 1 CONT FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 1 CONT FR - family record / genealogy 6) N 1 CONT - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 MAY 19 1 CONC 28 Memorial Day newspapers, 1 CONT listed war service and cemetery where buried). Didn't always find a headst 1 CONC one to correspond to the 1 CONT newspaper article, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on the 1 CONC ir headstone shows up in a 1 CONT newspaper article. 1 CONT 1 CONT DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1293 1 CONC 475 1 CONT (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individuals ma 1 CONC king the entries in the death 1 CONT registers would only list a number in the age column. In this document, t 1 CONC he ???? reference was mostly 1 CONT shown when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list 1 CONT a year if a child only lived a month. However, given the fact that oft 1 CONC en a number of entries would only 1 CONT indicate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is 1 CONT meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 1 CONT LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1 CONT 1793-1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bou 1 CONC nd pastors to keeping sacramental 1 CONT records. Since records of burial did not fall into this category, they we 1 CONC re all too frequently ignored by 1 CONT the pastors. 1 CONT 1 CONT K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", whi 1 CONC ch contains early 1 CONT baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this book was a register of d 1 CONC eaths, covering the period 1 CONT November 17, 1793 to October 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this informat 1 CONC ion from church records and 1 CONT headstones at St. Michael. 0 @I0018@ INDI 1 NAME Jamie /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 AUG 1968 2 PLAC Altoona, Blair Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 SEP 1992 2 PLAC St. Michael's Cemetery, Loretto PA 1 FAMC @F0123@ 0 @I0019@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph Robert /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 JUN 1861 2 PLAC Carolltown PA 2 SOUR @S01798@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 2 SOUR @S01763@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 2 SOUR @S01771@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 2 SOUR @S01772@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 MAR 1914 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Hastings, PA 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 PLAC Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 2 SOUR @S01798@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 3 DATA 4 TEXT Extract: 1880 United States Census 5 CONT Census Place: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 5 CONT Source: FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 5 CONT Household: 5 CONT Rel Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace 5 CONT Thomas J. BYRNE 5 CONT Self Male M W 65 PA 5 CONT Occ: Farmer Fa: IRE Mo: GER 5 CONT Sarah A. BYRNE 5 CONT Wife Female M W 60 PA 5 CONT Occ: Keeping House Fa: MD Mo: PA 5 CONT Robert BYRNE 5 CONT Son Male S W 18 PA 5 CONT Occ: Laborer On Farm Fa: PA Mo: PA 2 SOUR @S01763@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 3 DATA 4 TEXT Extract: 1880 United States Census 5 CONT Census Place: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 5 CONT Source: FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 5 CONT Household: 5 CONT Rel Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace 5 CONT Thomas J. BYRNE 5 CONT Self Male M W 65 PA 5 CONT Occ: Farmer Fa: IRE Mo: GER 5 CONT Sarah A. BYRNE 5 CONT Wife Female M W 60 PA 5 CONT Occ: Keeping House Fa: MD Mo: PA 5 CONT Robert BYRNE 5 CONT Son Male S W 18 PA 5 CONT Occ: Laborer On Farm Fa: PA Mo: PA 2 SOUR @S01771@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 3 DATA 4 TEXT Extract: 1880 United States Census 5 CONT Census Place: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 5 CONT Source: FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 5 CONT Household: 5 CONT Rel Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace 5 CONT Thomas J. BYRNE 5 CONT Self Male M W 65 PA 5 CONT Occ: Farmer Fa: IRE Mo: GER 5 CONT Sarah A. BYRNE 5 CONT Wife Female M W 60 PA 5 CONT Occ: Keeping House Fa: MD Mo: PA 5 CONT Robert BYRNE 5 CONT Son Male S W 18 PA 5 CONT Occ: Laborer On Farm Fa: PA Mo: PA 2 SOUR @S01772@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 3 DATA 4 TEXT Extract: 1880 United States Census 5 CONT Census Place: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 5 CONT Source: FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 5 CONT Household: 5 CONT Rel Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace 5 CONT Thomas J. BYRNE 5 CONT Self Male M W 65 PA 5 CONT Occ: Farmer Fa: IRE Mo: GER 5 CONT Sarah A. BYRNE 5 CONT Wife Female M W 60 PA 5 CONT Occ: Keeping House Fa: MD Mo: PA 5 CONT Robert BYRNE 5 CONT Son Male S W 18 PA 5 CONT Occ: Laborer On Farm Fa: PA Mo: PA 1 FAMS @F0171@ 1 FAMC @F0200@ 1 NOTE @NI0019@ 0 @NI0019@ NOTE 1 CONC John Robert b. 29 June 1861 1 CONT 1 CONT 1920 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Robert Byrne 1 CONT Name: Robert Byrne 1 CONT [Robert Burne] 1 CONT Home in 1920: West Carroll, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 4 years 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1916 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Son 1 CONT Father's Name: Elmer 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Mother's Name: Elizabeth 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Marital Status: Single 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Sex: Male 1 CONT Image: 322 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Elmer Byrne 34 1 CONT Elizabeth Byrne 29 1 CONT Albert Byrne 8 1 CONT Walfred Byrne 6 1 CONT Robert Byrne 4 1 CONT Ralph Byrne 2 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0020@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas P. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1901 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1993 0 @I0021@ INDI 1 NAME Elsie /Manion/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE FEB 1891 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria County, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 OCT 1938 2 PLAC St. Benedict's 1 FAMS @F0146@ 1 FAMC @F0516@ 1 NOTE @NI0021@ 0 @NI0021@ NOTE 1 CONC Barnesboro Star, Thursday, October 30, 1938 1 CONT 1 CONT Elsie Byrnes died in Akron, Ohio, last Friday. The funeral was held at 1 CONT St. Benedict Church and interment in the church cemetery. 1 CONT Mrs. Byrnes was born in Susquehanna Township, the daughter of Edward 1 CONT and Annie (Luther) Manion. She moved to Akron about ten years ago. She was 1 CONT married to John Byrnes, who preceded her in death. She is survived by a 1 CONT daughter, Anabel. 1 CONT She was the sister of: 1 CONT Henry, Hastings; 1 CONT Frank, 1 CONT Mayme Bearer, and 1 CONT Edna, of Carrolltown. 1 CONT Stella Semelsberger [wife of Jacob B. Semelsberger]is deceased. 1 CONT She has a half-brother and sister: 1 CONT Harriet [Elder] Weyland, of Detroit; and 1 CONT Walter Elder, of Hastings. 0 @I0022@ INDI 1 NAME Marcellus Augustine "M.A." /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 JUL 1884 2 PLAC Barnesboro, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1952 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery Spangler 1 FAMS @F0172@ 1 FAMC @F0144@ 1 NOTE @NI0022@ 0 @NI0022@ NOTE 1 CONC From Fr. Lydon R. Lee, O.S.B. sending me church records in March 1980 wrot 1 CONC e: 1 CONT On the 9th day of February, year 1904, I joined in Holy Matrimony Marcell 1 CONC us Byrne, son of Thomas and Sarah (nee) Anna (nee) Fritz. 1 CONT Witnesses: Fred Kline and Emma Byrne, signed Fr. Xavier Traxler, O.S.B. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT According to Ella Mae Byrnes Burns Marcellus died of a heart attack 0 @I0023@ INDI 1 NAME Emma S. /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1887 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1974 1 FAMS @F0173@ 1 FAMC @F0144@ 1 NOTE @NI0023@ 0 @NI0023@ NOTE 1 CONC 74-1 1919 BYRNES, Emma RICKARD, O. J. 60-474 Cambria County Courthouse Ma 1 CONC rriage record numbers 0 @I0024@ INDI 1 NAME Francis J. "Frank" /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 SEP 1853 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1932 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cem. Spangler, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0142@ 1 FAMC @F0032@ 1 NOTE @NI0024@ 0 @NI0024@ NOTE 1 CONC ******************************************************************** 1 CONT CAMBRIA FREEMAN 1 CONT EBENSBURG, PA 1 CONT MARCH 1900 1 CONT Friday, 2 Mar 1900 1 CONT VOLUME XXXIV, NUMBER 9. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Liquor License Decisions. 1 CONT 1 CONT On Monday morning Judge Barker filed his decisions in the liquor license a 1 CONC pplications. Out of a total of 229 applications 187 were granted, 39 refus 1 CONC ed and 3 held over for future action. One noticable fact about the list fi 1 CONC led is that not one application for a new house in the whole county was gr 1 CONC anted. 1 CONT 1 CONT Licenses were granted in the cases of Messrs. Monahan, Wilt, and Noe 1 CONC l, of Reade township, against whom remonstrances had been filed but rul 1 CONC es were granted to show cause why the licenses should not be revoked. 1 CONT 1 CONT Below will be found a list of applicants from the northern section of t 1 CONC he county whose applications were refused. 1 CONT SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP 1 CONT F.J. Byrne, Byrnesville, retail 1 CONT Penry Samson, Byrnesville, retail 1 CONT ******************************************************************** 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ******************************************************************** 1 CONT Cambria Freeman 1 CONT Ebensburg, PA 1 CONT 1880 1 CONT Friday, 22 OCT 1880 1 CONT Page 3 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT The Carrolltown News credits Messrs. Francis and Luke Byrne, of Susquehan 1 CONC na township, with having recently chopped down a chestnut tree, which meas 1 CONC ured over three feet in diameter, in just three minutes. 1 CONT Mr. Frank Byrne, of Susquehanna township, has just made a new departur 1 CONC e, or rather repeated on a more extensive scale a former experiment, in po 1 CONC tato growing. Two years ago this month Mr. Byrne took a notion to pla 1 CONC nt a few early potatoes in his garden and the result was a much better yie 1 CONC ld. 1 CONT ******************************************************************** 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1920 Census 1 CONT Byrne(s)Francis J. 66Farm Laborer 1 CONT Byrne(s)Mae56Wife 1 CONT Byrne(s)Warren L.26Coal miner 1 CONT Byrne(s)Ellen20Private Servant 1 CONT Byrne(s)Goldie18Private Servant 1 CONT Byrne(s)Myrtle15 1 CONT Byrne(s)M**glia12 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1900 Susquehanna Twp Census 1 CONT this family had a white servant, Mary Wilman, born Sep 1883. 1 CONT 1 CONT ***************************** 1 CONT 1 CONT CAMBRIA FREEMAN 1 CONT EBENSBURG, PA 1 CONT MARCH 1900 1 CONT 1 CONT Liquor License Decisions. 1 CONT 1 CONT On Monday morning Judge Barker filed his decisions in the liquor license a 1 CONC pplications. Out of a total of 229 applications 187 were granted, 39 refus 1 CONC ed and 3 held over for future action. One noticable fact about the list fi 1 CONC led is that not one application for a new house in the whole county was gr 1 CONC anted. 1 CONT 1 CONT Licenses were granted in the cases of Messrs. Monahan, Wilt, and Noe 1 CONC l, of Reade township, against whom remonstrances had been filed but rul 1 CONC es were granted to show cause why the licenses should not be revoked. 1 CONT 1 CONT Below will be found a list of applicants from the northern section of t 1 CONC he county whose applications were refused. 1 CONT 1 CONT SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP 1 CONT F.J. Byrne, Byrnesville, retail 1 CONT Penry Samson, Byrnesville, retail 1 CONT 1 CONT Friday, 26 NOV 1880 1 CONT Page 3 1 CONT Column 2 1 CONT Contributed By Lisa Baker. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT LOCAL AND PERSONAL 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Frank Byrne, of Susquehanna township, has just made a new departur 1 CONC e, or rather repeated on a more extensive scale a former experiment, in po 1 CONC tato growing. Two years ago this month Mr. Byrne took a notion to pla 1 CONC nt a few early potatoes in his garden and the result was a much better yie 1 CONC ld. 0 @I0025@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret Viola /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 JAN 1890 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 JUN 1972 2 PLAC St. Francis Xavier Cemetery, Cresson, PA 2 CAUS auto accident with husband 1 FAMS @F0201@ 1 FAMC @F0144@ 1 NOTE @NI0025@ 0 @NI0025@ NOTE 1 CONC Margaret's obit: 1 CONT Margaret V. Hite June 20, 1972 Altoona Mirror, Pg. 27 1 CONT Margaret V. Hite of Cresson, died yesterday, June 19, 1972. She was born J 1 CONC an. 17, 1890, and married Amandus G. Hite, who died in July, 1965. Surviv 1 CONC ing are two children, Mrs. Nancy Marie Conrad of Lanham, Md., and Geor 1 CONC ge B. of Wilmington, Del.; seven grandchildren, and a brother and two sist 1 CONC ers, William Byrnes and Mrs. 0. J. Rickard of Barnesboro and Mrs. L. A. Bu 1 CONC rns of Altoona. Friends will be received in the Casher-Kennedy Funeral Ho 1 CONC me. Cresson, from 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow. 1 CONT [shared by: shabodeho@@aol.com , Sharon, 11 Jan 2010] 1 CONT 1 CONT From: marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Subject: Amandus Hite--son of Raphael 1 CONT Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2006 16:41:14 -0500 1 CONT References: <245.94a1973.31583ee2@@aol.com> 1 CONT In-Reply-To: <245.94a1973.31583ee2@@aol.com> 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Amandus was the son of Raphael and Magdalena (Bard) Hite. Either the older 1 CONC st or next to olderst. I think the oldest one was killed in a train accide 1 CONC nt when he was in his early twenties and unmarried. I do have this in my n 1 CONC otes and will post when I find it. 1 CONT Thanks for all the other information. 1 CONT By the way, Joe Roberts, the county commissioner from Cresson, had a Hi 1 CONC te wife, but she belongs to the Blair County Hites descended from the Revo 1 CONC lutionary War brothes, no relative to the German Heil/Heit/Hite family. 1 CONT Marilyn 1 CONT 1 CONT -----Original Message----- 1 CONT From: LITGENIE@@aol.com 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Sent: Sun, 26 Mar 2006 14:00:50 EST 1 CONT Subject: Re: [PaCambri] Obit Margaret V. Hite 1890-1972 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT In a message dated 3/26/2006 12:25:06 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, 1 CONT eflad@@comcast.net writes: 1 CONT 1 CONT Altoona Mirror 1 CONT Margaret V. Hite 1 CONT Of Cresson, died yesterday, June 19, 1972. She was born Jan. 17, 1890, and 1 CONT married Amandus G. Hite, who died in July 1965. Surviving are two children 1 CONC , 1 CONT Mrs. Nancy Marie Conrad of Lahnam, Md., and George B. of Wilmington, Del.; 1 CONT seven grandchildren, and a brother and two sisters, William Byrnes and Mrs 1 CONC . 1 CONT O.J. Rickard of Barnesboro and Mrs. L.A. Burns of Altoona. Friends will be 1 CONT received in the Casher-Kennedy Funeral Home, Cresson, from 7 to 9 p.m. tod 1 CONC ay 1 CONT and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Lots of questions here: 1 CONT 1 CONT 1. Is her husband, Amandus, the son of Raphael Hite and Magdalene Margarit 1 CONC a 1 CONT Bard? 1 CONT I don't know. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 2. What are the names of her sisters? 1 CONT 1 CONT Emma Byrne, 1877 in PA married Orie J. Rickard 1 CONT Ella Mae Byrne, 1900 in PA married Leonard A. Burn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 3. What are the names of the spouses of her siblings and her children? 1 CONT Gilbert V. Byrne & Martha H. Stoltz 1 CONT Emma Byrne & Orie J. Rickard 1 CONT John A. Byrne & ? 1 CONT Mary J. Byrne, 1881-1881 1 CONT Jacob Byrne, 1882 & ? 1 CONT Marcellus A. Byrne & Emma McClure 1 CONT Margaret V. Byne & Amandus G. Hite 1 CONT Edward R. Byrne & Pauline R. Schrot 1 CONT William H. Byrne & Effie M. Landenberger 1 CONT Ella Mae Byrne & Leonard A. Burns 1 CONT 1 CONT Children: 1 CONT Spouses - I don't know. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 4. Who are her parents? 1 CONT Thomas J. Byrne, Jr. & Sarah Ann Miller 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Beth 0 @I0026@ INDI 1 NAME Edward Raymond /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S01760@ 2 SOUR @S01801@ 2 SOUR @S01767@ 3 PAGE 46051 2 SOUR @S01773@ 2 SOUR @S01774@ 2 SOUR @S01767@ 3 PAGE 46051 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 JUN 1893 2 PLAC Barnesboro, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 MAY 1966 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Cemetery, Hastings PA 2 CAUS Gastric hemorrhage:Carcinoma stomach& Uremia- Pnewmonia 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Bernard's, Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0174@ 1 FAMC @F0144@ 1 NOTE @NI0026@ 0 @NI0026@ NOTE 1 CONC Social Security Number: 193-10-2503 1 CONT 1 CONT The state listed in the birth locality field 1 CONT is where the Social Security Number was issued. 1 CONT 1 CONT The zip code listed in the death locality field 1 CONT is the last place of residence. 1 CONT 1 CONT Death Residence Localities 1 CONT ZIP Code: 15714 1 CONT Barnesboro, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT From Cerfticate of Death: Usual Occupation: Bit.Coal Miner 1 CONT WW1 Serial No.: 1838028 1 CONT Had Carcinoma of the stomach for 6 months before death. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following is from an email received by Edward A. Byrnes from Herman Je 1 CONC rome "Jerry" Byrne s concerning his dad and grandad, Edward R. Byrnes a 1 CONC nd Thomas J. Byrnes. Recieved Oct 20,2003 : 1 CONT 1 CONT "Hi Edward----- when you were little it was "Eddie".I don't recognize t 1 CONC he picture and I don' t think that I ever saw mygrandpa Byrnes---I think t 1 CONC hat I was too young. I do remember the b iglong bar in the hotel first flo 1 CONC or.....the bar was closed and we kidsplayed there sometime s. The bar clos 1 CONC ed during prohibition and neverreopened. My father told me the story of t 1 CONC he k eg of whiskey that arrivedat the train station ,in Barnesboro, sever 1 CONC al months after prohibit ionstarted. My father(your grandpa) drove a hor 1 CONC se and buggy to the trainstation, picked u p the keg and brought it to Byr 1 CONC nesville. My father askedyour great grandfather what to do wi th the k 1 CONC eg of whiskey and was told toopen it and pour it on the ground---and--he p 1 CONC oured ou t the whole keg." 0 @I0027@ INDI 1 NAME William Henry /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S01797@ 2 SOUR @S01762@ 2 SOUR @S01792@ 2 SOUR @S01793@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 SEP 1895 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 JAN 1983 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery Spangler 1 BURI 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery Spangler 1 _MILT 2 PLAC WWI (on headstone) 1 FAMS @F0176@ 1 FAMC @F0144@ 1 NOTE @NI0027@ 0 @NI0027@ NOTE 1 CONC Social Security Number: 208-07-5746 1 CONT 1 CONT The state listed in the birth locality field 1 CONT is where the Social Security Number was issued. 1 CONT 1 CONT The zip code listed in the death locality field 1 CONT is the last place of residence. 1 CONT 1 CONT Death Residence Localities 1 CONT ZIP Code: 15714 1 CONT Barnesboro, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT William H. Byrnes listed the following as his occupations in a letter to E 1 CONC dward A. Byrnes i n 1981: 1 CONT Coal Miner 1 CONT Auto Mechanic 0 @I0028@ INDI 1 NAME Emma /McClure/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 DEC 1886 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 DEC 1931 1 FAMS @F0172@ 1 FAMC @F0177@ 1 NOTE @NI0028@ 0 @NI0028@ NOTE 1 CONC 1900 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Emma McClure 1 CONT Name: Emma McClure 1 CONT Home in 1900: Hastings, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 13 1 CONT Birth Date: Dec 1886 1 CONT Birthplace: Penna 1 CONT [Pennsylvania] 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Ethnicity: American 1 CONT Gender: Female 1 CONT Relationship to head-of-house: Daughter 1 CONT Father's Name: Marion E 1 CONT Father's Birthplace: Penna 1 CONT Mother's Name: Annie 1 CONT Mother's Birthplace: Penna 1 CONT Marital Status: Single 1 CONT Residence : Hastings Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Occupation: View on Image 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Marion E McClure 34 1 CONT Annie McClure 33 1 CONT Harvey McClure 15 1 CONT Emma McClure 13 1 CONT James A McClure 10 1 CONT Lulu McClure 7 1 CONT Edward McClure 3 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0029@ INDI 1 NAME Effie M. /Ladenberger/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 JUN 1894 2 PLAC Phillipsburg, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 FEB 1988 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery Spangler 1 BURI 2 PLAC Westmoreland Hosp. Greensburg, PA 1 FAMS @F0176@ 1 FAMC @F0178@ 1 NOTE @NI0029@ 0 @NI0029@ NOTE 1 CONC Information from 1 CONT Jeanette Byrnes Mailloux 1 CONT 165 Westmeath Drive 1 CONT Moore, SC 29369 1 CONT Recieved by Ed Byrnes 26 March 2005 0 @I0030@ INDI 1 NAME Sophia (Huber) /Hoover/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 NOV 1867 2 PLAC Hastings, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 NOV 1939 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Hastings, PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Bernard's cemetery, Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0171@ 1 FAMC @F0217@ 1 NOTE @NI0030@ 0 @NI0030@ NOTE 1 CONC Mrs. Sophia Byrne SPANGLER - Mrs. Sophia (HOOVER) BYRNE, 72, widow of Rob 1 CONC ert BYRNE, died Sat urday night at her home in Susquehanna Township aft 1 CONC er an extended illness. Mrs. Byrne was a d aughter of John and Eva (HYL 1 CONC E) HOOVER and was born in Elder Township on November 26, 1867. He r husba 1 CONC nd passed away 25 years ago. Surviving are these children: Elmer BYRNE, C 1 CONC resson; Mrs . Agnes BERDEN, Barnesboro; Michael and Joseph BYRNE, bo 1 CONC th of Susquehanna Township; Mrs. Stel la KEEFER, Barnesboro; Augustine BYR 1 CONC NE, Susquehanna Township, and Mrs. James WINTERS, Barnesb oro. Also surviv 1 CONC ing are 33 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Pe 1 CONC te r NAGLE, Elder Township, and Mrs. Michael TRINKLEY, Patton. Funeral Se 1 CONC rvices will be conduct ed at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning in St. Edward's C 1 CONC atholic Church in Barnesboro by Rev. Fathe r Michael Brett, rector. Interm 1 CONC ent will be in St. Bernard's Cemetery in Hastings under the di recti 1 CONC on of John R. Easly, Spangler mortician. Johnstown Tribune November 6, 19 1 CONC 39 Page 19 [T RANSCRIBER'S NOTE: This obituary was transcribed and post 1 CONC ed for the use of the genealogy comm unity because it appeared on the sa 1 CONC me page as a photocopy of an obituary I was interested in . I have no info 1 CONC rmation on the surnames appearing in the obituary.] 0 @I0031@ INDI 1 NAME Elmer Valentine /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 DEC 1885 2 PLAC Barnesboro, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 NOV 1959 2 PLAC Cresson, Cambria Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Francis Xavier Cem. Cresson, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0179@ 1 FAMC @F0171@ 0 @I0032@ INDI 1 NAME Mary "Agnes" /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1889 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 DEC 1926 1 FAMS @F0219@ 1 FAMC @F0171@ 0 @I0033@ INDI 1 NAME Michael John /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1890 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1979 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0180@ 1 FAMC @F0171@ 0 @I0034@ INDI 1 NAME Richard J. /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1890 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMC @F0171@ 0 @I0035@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Elizabeth "Mae" /Miller/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1864 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1952 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cem. Spangler, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0142@ 1 FAMC @F0049@ 0 @I0036@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph R. /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR Joseph R. Byrnes 1894--1970 3 CONT M_Paronish57 (View posts) Posted: 12 Apr 2002 4:40PM 3 CONT 3 CONT Classification: Obituary 3 CONT Surnames: Byrnes, Hoover, Keefe, Winters 3 CONT Byrnes, Joseph R., 76, Barnesboro, RD 1, died Feb 3, 1970 at Miner's Hospital, Spangler. Born Jan 9, 1894, in Susquehanna Township, son of Robert and Sophia (Hoover) Byrnes. Survived by brother, Micha 3 CONC el J. Barnesboro RD 1 and sisters; Mrs Stella Keefe and Mrs. Ella Winters, both of Barnesboro. Veteran of World War 1. Member of Vodzak Post, American Legion,and Lewis E. Belcher Post, VFW, both of Ba 3 CONC rnesboro. Friends received from 7 to 9 pm Wednesday and from 2 to 4 pm and 7 to 9 pm Thursday at James J. Long Funeral Mass at 9 am Friday at the St. Edward's Catholic Church Barnesboro, the Rt. Rev 3 CONC . Msgr. Rodney F. Hemler Interment, St. Bernard's Cemetery, Hastings, Military graveside service. 3 CONT Johnstown Tribune Democrat, Wed., Feb 4, 1970 3 CONT 3 CONT . 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1894 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 FEB 1970 2 PLAC St Bernard's 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Bernard's cemetery, Hastings, PA 1 FAMC @F0171@ 1 NOTE @NI0036@ 0 @NI0036@ NOTE 1 CONC Byrnes, Joseph R., 76, Barnesboro, RD 1, died Feb 3, 1970 at Miner's Hospi 1 CONC tal, Spangler. Bor n Jan 9, 1894, in Susquehanna Township, son of Robert a 1 CONC nd Sophia (Hoover) Byrnes. Survived b y brother, Michael J. Barnesbo 1 CONC ro RD 1 and sisters; Mrs Stella Keefe and Mrs. Ella Winters, bo th of Barn 1 CONC esboro. Veteran of World War 1. Member of Vodzak Post, American Legion,a 1 CONC nd Lewis E . Belcher Post, VFW, both of Barnesboro. Friends received fr 1 CONC om 7 to 9 pm Wednesday and fro m 2 to 4 pm and 7 to 9 pm Thursday at Jam 1 CONC es J. Long Funeral Mass at 9 am Friday at the St. Ed ward's Catholic Chur 1 CONC ch Barnesboro, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Rodney F. Hemler Interment, St. Berna 1 CONC rd 's Cemetery, Hastings, Military graveside service.Johnstown Tribune Dem 1 CONC ocrat, Wed., Feb 4, 1 970 1 CONT 1 CONT Joseph R. Byrnes never married, Barb Kochmit 1 CONT 1 CONT Joseph R. Byrnes 1894--1970 1 CONT M_Paronish57 (View posts) Posted: 12 Apr 2002 4:40PM 1 CONT 1 CONT Classification: Obituary 1 CONT Surnames: Byrnes, Hoover, Keefe, Winters 1 CONT Byrnes, Joseph R., 76, Barnesboro, RD 1, died Feb 3, 1970 at Miner's Hospi 1 CONC tal, Spangler. Born Jan 9, 1894, in Susquehanna Township, son of Robert a 1 CONC nd Sophia (Hoover) Byrnes. Survived by brother, Michael J. Barnesbo 1 CONC ro RD 1 and sisters; Mrs Stella Keefe and Mrs. Ella Winters, both of Barne 1 CONC sboro. Veteran of World War 1. Member of Vodzak Post, American Legion,a 1 CONC nd Lewis E. Belcher Post, VFW, both of Barnesboro. Friends received fr 1 CONC om 7 to 9 pm Wednesday and from 2 to 4 pm and 7 to 9 pm Thursday at Jam 1 CONC es J. Long Funeral Mass at 9 am Friday at the St. Edward's Catholic Chur 1 CONC ch Barnesboro, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Rodney F. Hemler Interment, St. Bernard 1 CONC 's Cemetery, Hastings, Military graveside service. 1 CONT Johnstown Tribune Democrat, Wed., Feb 4, 1970 1 CONT 0 @I0037@ INDI 1 NAME Stella C. /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 SEP 1895 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE JUL 1976 1 FAMS @F0181@ 1 FAMC @F0171@ 1 NOTE @NI0037@ 0 @NI0037@ NOTE 1 CONC From: Marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Subject: Re: [PaCambri] keefe byrnes family and funeral cards. 1 CONT Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2005 11:51:55 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT There were two Keefe brothers, David and Dennis, who emigrated from Wale 1 CONC s, via England. A relative looking for them got in touch with me, and I fo 1 CONC und the living descendants for him, and he came to visit. [The local pap 1 CONC er ran an article.] The Keefe family had a reunion/party for him. He liv 1 CONC es in Slough, near London and in sight of Windsor and Eton Colleg 1 CONC e. He is going to help me do research in London at the records office. 1 CONT I do have a lot of Keefe information. When I find it, I will post it. O 1 CONC ne of the brother lived in Windber for a time, must have followed the co 1 CONC al mining there, but I think he returned to this area. 1 CONT The London Keefe traced them to this area from a funeral card sent ba 1 CONC ck to England and saved by his grandmother. 1 CONT No one has mentioned them, but funeral cards are great for research. My gr 1 CONC andparents' hobby was attending funerals of friends and relatives, and I h 1 CONC ave my grandmother's collection. Many of the early ones have photograp 1 CONC hs on them, and they almost always have birth dates, death dates, and t 1 CONC he old ones have years, months and days of the person's life. I made a bo 1 CONC ok by photocopying them, then started filling in the parents and familie 1 CONC s. I have lots of cards from distant cousins, as my grandparents always at 1 CONC tended the funerals. 1 CONT 1 CONT In a message dated 2/22/2005 9:17:01 AM Eastern Standard Time, Elaine Wilk 1 CONC inson writes: 1 CONT 1 CONT >I am working on Stella C. Byrnes 1896 - 1 Jul 1976 married to David 1 CONT >John Keefe... I see 6-17-1942 in Johnstown death index maybe him??? 1 CONT > 1 CONT >Keefe, Mrs. Stella K., 80, 1604 Chestnut Ave., Barnesboro, died July 1, 1 CONT >1976, at Miners Hosital, Spangler. Born Sept. 24, 1895, on Barnesboro 1 CONT >R. D., daughter of Robert and Sophia (Hoover) Burns. Preceded in death 1 CONT >by parents; husband, David John, and daughter, Mrs. Viola Baum. 1 CONT >Survived by these children; Robert David and James Francis, both of 1 CONT >Barnesboro. Mrs Margaret Mariskanish, Alverda; and Mrs Bernadine Dunn, 1 CONT >Pittsburgh; also 14 grandchildren and 20 grandchildren. Sister of 1 CONT >Michael, Barnesboro R. D. and Mrs. Ella Winters, Barnesboro. Member of 1 CONT >auxillary to Hope Volunteer Fire Co. Friends received from 3 to 5 and 7 1 CONT >to 9 Friday at James Long Funeral Home, Barnesboro, where service will 1 CONT >be held at 2 pm Saturday, the Rev. David Rider, Interment North 1 CONT >Barnesboro Cemetery. 1 CONT >Johnstown Tribune Democrat, July 2, 1976 1 CONT > 1 CONT >I can't find them on the 1920/30 census,....only a David Keefe wd 1 CONT > 1 CONT >anyone have info on Viola Keefe Baum death 1 CONT > 1 CONT >are these Stella's children or step-children??? 1 CONT > 1 CONT >Elaine 1 CONT > 1 CONT > 1 CONT >==== PACAMBRI Mailing List ==== 1 CONT >Questions, Comments, Suggestions? 1 CONT >Contact the PACAMBRI list owner (Lynne Canterbury) directly 1 CONT >Email address: landd@@accnorwalk.com 1 CONT > 1 CONT > 0 @I0038@ INDI 1 NAME Augustine Lewis "Gus" /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 DEC 1898 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 OCT 1968 2 PLAC Spangler PA 1 FAMS @F0090@ 1 FAMC @F0171@ 0 @I0039@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth E. /Delozier/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 OCT 1890 2 PLAC Coupon, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 JAN 1959 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Francis Xavier Cem. Cresson, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0179@ 1 FAMC @F0182@ 0 @I0040@ INDI 1 NAME Lloyd /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1959 1 FAMC @F0179@ 0 @I0041@ INDI 1 NAME June /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1959 1 FAMC @F0179@ 0 @I0042@ INDI 1 NAME Walter /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1959 1 FAMC @F0179@ 0 @I0043@ INDI 1 NAME Wilfred Michael /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 JUN 1913 2 PLAC St. Benedict, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 DEC 1973 2 PLAC Altoona Hosp. Altoona, Blair Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Francis Xavier Cem. Cresson, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0183@ 1 FAMC @F0179@ 0 @I0044@ INDI 1 NAME Robert L. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1915 2 PLAC Susquhanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1975 1 FAMS @F0184@ 1 FAMC @F0179@ 0 @I0045@ INDI 1 NAME Verna Rozella /McGuire/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 DEC 1914 2 PLAC Cresson, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 DEC 1995 2 PLAC Mercy Hosp. Altoona, Blair Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Francis Xavier Cem. Cresson, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0183@ 1 FAMC @F0185@ 0 @I0046@ INDI 1 NAME Evalina Adaline /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE AUG 1892 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 JAN 1946 1 FAMS @F0057@ 1 FAMC @F0142@ 1 NOTE @NI0046@ 0 @NI0046@ NOTE 1 CONC Byrnesville Resident Expires at Spangler Hospital After a Brief IllnessJ 1 CONC an 19,-Mrs. Michae l Yeager, age 54, died yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clo 1 CONC ck at the Spangler Hospital followin g a brief illness of complicati 1 CONC on of diseases. She had been a resident of Byrnesville for a n umber of ye 1 CONC ars. Surviving are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Byrnes; her husband a 1 CONC nd these c hildren: Allen and William, both of Braddock; Raymond, of Color 1 CONC ado, and Crawford, at home. Sh e also leaves two brothers and four sister 1 CONC s; Warren of Patton; Amandus, of Barnesboro; Mrs. W illiam Fritz, Mrs. Jac 1 CONC ob Whetmore and Mrs William Lucas, all of Braddock, and Mrs. Hugh Neils o 1 CONC n, of Barnesboro. No arrangements have been made for the funeral. 0 @I0047@ INDI 1 NAME Lucille R. /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 OCT 1923 2 PLAC Ebensburg, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 AUG 1996 2 PLAC Bedford, Bedford Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0098@ 1 FAMC @F0153@ 0 @I0048@ INDI 1 NAME Paul Francis /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 JUN 1943 2 PLAC Cresson, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 NOV 1992 2 PLAC Van Zant VA Medical Center, Blair Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Francis Xavier Cem. Cresson, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMC @F0183@ 0 @I0049@ INDI 1 NAME Pauline Elizabeth /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S01767@ 3 PAGE No 634213 3 DATA 4 TEXT 29 May 1972 2 SOUR @S01767@ 3 PAGE No 634213 3 DATA 4 TEXT 29 May 1972 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 SEP 1894 2 PLAC Lawrence Twp., Clearfield, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 MAY 1972 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Cemetery, Hastings PA 2 CAUS Acute Myocardial Infarction & arteric sclerotic heart disease 1 FAMS @F0174@ 1 FAMC @F0015@ 1 NOTE @NI0049@ 0 @NI0049@ NOTE 1 CONC Pauline Schrot was a teacher in Clearfield Co. PA Two of the things she ta 1 CONC ught were General H istory and Physical Geography. Pauline was certified f 1 CONC or grades one through eight. 1 CONT 1 CONT Pauline met the Byrnes family in Nicktown when she was a girl visiting h 1 CONC er Uncle Frank in Nic ktown. 1 CONT 1 CONT After talking to J. Rudolph Schrot on 14 July 2009 I learned that the fami 1 CONC ly was connected to Johann Schroth who founded the climatic health s 1 CONC pa of Lindewiese. Further research on the internet reveals: 1 CONT 1 CONT http://www.stippler.net/html/ger/frames/neben/treffen2004/vortrag.html 1 CONT One of the interesting facts is that my grandfather’s mother was a maid 1 CONC en Schroth. And the Schroths of Saubsdorf are distantly related to the Sch 1 CONC roths of Lindewiese. They all can be traced back to their progenitor Bart 1 CONC el Schroth, who lived from 1540 to 1612. The most famous family representa 1 CONC tive was Johann Schroth who was born in 1798. In 1829 he founded the clima 1 CONC tic health spa of Lindewiese. The spa got its permission by a royal edi 1 CONC ct in Vienna in 1840. The spa is specialized on balneotherapy of skin dise 1 CONC ases and diseases caused by metabolic derangement as well as glandes wi 1 CONC th internal secretion. Descendants of Johann Schroth worked at the s 1 CONC pa as doctors till 1946. In 1945 the Czech state took over the whole prope 1 CONC rty. Luckily it became a private enterprise in 1992. The spa buildings ha 1 CONC ve a total capacity of about 230 beds and 3,000 patients come here every y 1 CONC ear. Up-to-date methods and devices (massages, hydrotherapy, electrotherap 1 CONC y, paraffin bath) are used in therapy. By that the Schroth spa helps ev 1 CONC en today to restore the health conditions of thousands of patients. 1 CONT 1 CONT Johann SchrothPrinter Friendly FormatBookmark this pageBack to "Alternati 1 CONC ve physician"Page modified: Saturday, June 24, 2006 00:18:11 1 CONT 1 CONT Johann Schroth, also Johannes Schroth (* 11 February 1798 in with Freiwald 1 CONC au; "? 26. March 1856 in lime tree meadow) was a nature-sound and an inven 1 CONC tor of the Schrothkur designated after it. It was called also roll docto 1 CONC r, because dry rolls were an important component of the cure. 1 CONT 1 CONT Over date of birth of Johann the Schroth gives it different data, eith 1 CONC er to 1797 or 1798; there is also the indication 2 February 1800. General 1 CONC ly 11 February 1798 is accepted. Its place of birth belonged too Austri 1 CONC an to Schlesien. Another nature-sound, Vincenz Priessnitz, was in the prim 1 CONC ary school a schoolmate of Schroth. After the early death of his father i 1 CONC ts nut/mother married a wagoner from Niederlindewiese, where the family pu 1 CONC lled then. 1 CONT 1 CONT With approximately 18 years Schroth was hurt by the hoof impact of a hor 1 CONC se at the right knee, which thereupon remained rigid. A monk of the med 1 CONC al of the Barmherzigen brothers is to have guessed/advised him to cold env 1 CONC elopes. After several weeks Schroth noticed a clear improvement, on whi 1 CONC ch he used this "?therapy"? also with others. Strange to say Priessnitz de 1 CONC veloped its water therapy likewise in this way by a nearly identical accid 1 CONC ent. Schroth attributed the welfare effect however above all to the damp w 1 CONC armth and developed one completebody-winds. 1 CONT 1 CONT A further element of its Schrothkur, which took with "?drying days"?, Schr 1 CONC oth observations at gotten sick cattle, which refused, hardly drank then t 1 CONC he fodder and little moved. That brought it on the idea to transfer this b 1 CONC ehavior as cure to ill humans. This method obviously showed successe 1 CONC s, in addition, and Schroth turned out soon into the call, a "?miracle doc 1 CONC tor"? to be, as Scharlatan was designated and of the Kurpfuscherei accuse 1 CONC d. Thus 19 turned out in. Century also the trailers of the Priessnitz wat 1 CONC er cure and those the Schrothkur into a violent method controversy. The ge 1 CONC neral German biography judges in addition: "?However at both establishme 1 CONC nt places of the Curen, in lime tree meadow and in much was the one (Pries 1 CONC snitz, suppl.) wanted to propel his patients with cold water, with many be 1 CONC verages flooding, with rough food by the organism for Selbstheilung; the o 1 CONC ther one (Schroth, suppl.) wanted, so much than possible liquids extractin 1 CONC g, the water internally shrinking from and the dry food and the damp warm 1 CONC th huldigen."? 1 CONT 1 CONT Already during lifetimes Schroths gave it beside Lobeshymnen also viole 1 CONC nt criticism, particularly from the medical profession. Designated the cu 1 CONC re as which is good for Hypochonder particularly. 1 CONT 1 CONT Schroth died to 26. March 1856 at the consequences of a heart disease; 18 1 CONC 70 were established to it in lime tree meadow a monument. Its son continu 1 CONC ed the Schrothkuren in the paternal mental hospital. 0 @I0050@ INDI 1 NAME Silas Augustine /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 SEP 1831 1 FAMS @F0011@ 1 FAMC @F0029@ 1 NOTE @NI0050@ 0 @NI0050@ NOTE 1 CONC ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ******************* 1 CONT From: 1 CONT THE BENEDICTINE FATHERS IN CAMBRIA COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA 1 CONT 1 CONT By the Rev. Modestus Wirtner, O.S.B. 1 CONT 1 CONT PERMISSU SUPERIORUM 1 CONT 1 CONT Copyright 1926 1 CONT 1 CONT Rev. Modestus Wirtner, O.S.B. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ST. BENEDICT'S CHURCH 23 1 CONT 1 CONT South of St. Joseph and removed thereon. In May 1840 the Bishop obliged h 1 CONC im to 1 CONT take up his residence at Loretto to replace Father Gallitzin there and fr 1 CONC om 1 CONT there he also attended this church. In 1843 he took up his residence on h 1 CONC is farm 1 CONT at Carrolltown. He continued in charge here until January 1847 when the Re 1 CONC v. 1 CONT Nicholas Haeres (18), of Loretto visited the church, from Loretto. In Sept 1 CONC ember 1 CONT 1847, the Rev. Nicolas Stauber was placed in charge. He resided in the par 1 CONC sonage 1 CONT which the people built for him that fall. The 28x34 two story weather-boar 1 CONC ded 1 CONT plank building was divided on the first floor by a hall, on the second flo 1 CONC or 1 CONT there were four rooms. The building was situated about a hundred or more f 1 CONC eet 1 CONT from the road and was partly across the cemetery line fence facing the Wil 1 CONC liam 1 CONT Herzog farm. The first renter was Sebastian Noel, father of William Noe 1 CONC l. In 1 CONT 1854 The Honorable A. A. Barker moved into the empty house. Later for ma 1 CONC ny years 1 CONT John Glass, who married widdow Flinton, lived in it. Silas Byrne liv 1 CONC ed in it 1 CONT from 1875-77. Then Levi Nagle lived there for a short time (19). 1 CONT ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ******************* 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From: "Beth Campbell Fladaker" 1 CONT Subject: Re: [PaCambri] Byrne - Nagle ? 1 CONT Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 08:22:40 -0800 (Pacific Standard Time) 1 CONT References: <200503311421.j2VELn9x000414@@mail.rootsweb.com> 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Silas Augustine Byrne 1 CONT Generation No. 1 1 CONT 1. SILAS AUGUSTINE4 BYRNE (BARNABUS BERNARD3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 1 CONT September 23, 1831 in Cambria County, PA. He married MARY ANN NAGLE Februa 1 CONC ry 1 CONT 10, 1863 in Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA, daughter of RICHARD NAGLE and MAR 1 CONC Y 1 CONT CUNNINGHAM. She was born April 05, 1841 in Cambria County, PA. 1 CONT Notes for SILAS AUGUSTINE BYRNE: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 98, #02085 Byrne, Silas Augustinus (Barnabae/Mariae 1 CONC ) 1 CONT b. 09-23 bp. 11-13-1831 gp: Augustinus Byrne/Maria Levy DAG. 1 CONT In August of 1863 there was a lottery drawn for the draft for the Civil Wa 1 CONC r. 1 CONT In the November 4th issue 1863 of the Democrat and Sentinel a list of thos 1 CONC e 1 CONT men exempt was printed. 1 CONT Exempt. The following is an abstract of exempt for Cambria county, and the 1 CONT cause of their exemption. 1 CONT Silas Byrne, Susquehanna, paid commutation 1 CONT 1860 Census, Susquehanna twp, Cambria Co, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Living with Michael and Emily Platt as a laborer at age 32. 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. IV, p. 235, #5048 Byrne, Salis (Barnabae/Mariae Driscol), 1 CONT aged 29 m. 02-10-1863 Maria Anna Nagle (Richardi/Mariae Cunningham), ag 1 CONC ed 22 1 CONT wi: Jacob Kuntz/Cath. Nagle PAE. 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Charles Lantzy. 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Correspondence - James Thomas Rosenbaum 1 CONT More About SILAS AUGUSTINE BYRNE: 1 CONT Baptism: November 13, 1831, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co, PA 1 CONT Census 1: 1850, Carroll Township, Cambria Co, PA 1 CONT Census 2: 1860, Susquehanna Twp, Cambria Co, PA 1 CONT Godparents: Augustine Byrne and Mary Levy 1 CONT Notes for MARY ANN NAGLE: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p. 7, #0101 Nagle, Maria Anna (Richardi/Mariae) b. 1 CONT 04-05 bp. 04-25-1841 gp: Michael Cunningham/Maria Cunningham PHL. 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. IV, p. 235, #5048 Byrne, Salis (Barnabae/Mariae Driscol), 1 CONT aged 29 m. 02-10-1863 Maria Anna Nagle (Richardi/Mariae Cunningham), ag 1 CONC ed 22 1 CONT wi: Jacob Kuntz/Cath. Nagle PAE. 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Charles Lantzy 1 CONT Correspondence - James Thomas Rosenbaum 1 CONT More About MARY ANN NAGLE: 1 CONT Baptism: May 25, 1841, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co, PA 1 CONT Census 1: 1850, Susquehanna Twp, Cambria Co, PA 1 CONT Census 2: 1860, Susquehanna Twp, Cambria Co, PA 1 CONT Godparents: Michael and Mary Cunningham 1 CONT Marriage Notes for SILAS BYRNE and MARY NAGLE: 1 CONT St. Benedict's 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. IV, p. 235, #5048 1 CONT Byrne, Salis (Barnabae/Mariae Driscol), aged 29 m. 02-10-1863 Maria Anna 1 CONT Nagle (Richardi/Mariae Cunningham), aged 22 wi: Jacob Kuntz/Cath. Nagle PA 1 CONC E. 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT More About SILAS BYRNE and MARY NAGLE: 1 CONT Marriage: February 10, 1863, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA 1 CONT Witnesses: Jacob Kuntz/Catherine Nagle 1 CONT Child of SILAS BYRNE and MARY NAGLE is: 1 CONT i. MARY5 BYRNE, b. May 23, 1869, St. Boniface, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a. 1 CONT Notes for MARY BYRNE: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. V, p. 351, #7880 Burn, Mariam (Sales/Mariae Anna Nagle) b 1 CONC . 1 CONT 05-23 bp. 07-11-1869 gp: Agnes & Lucas Wiekland PER 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT More About MARY BYRNE: 1 CONT Baptism: July 11, 1869, St. Boniface Church, St. Boniface, Cambria Co, PA 1 CONT Godparents: Agnes & Luke Weakland 0 @I0051@ INDI 1 NAME Raymond Thomas "Tom" /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 JUN 1927 2 PLAC Barnesboro, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 NOV 1986 2 PLAC Conemaugh Hosp. Johnstown, Cambria Co PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Bernard's cemetery, Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0188@ 1 FAMC @F0174@ 1 NOTE @NI0051@ 0 @NI0051@ NOTE 1 CONC SSN 198-20-2098 0 @I0052@ INDI 1 NAME Wilfred E. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 NOV 1931 2 PLAC Sankertown, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 JAN 1952 2 PLAC Cresson, Cambria Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Francis Xavier Cem. Cresson, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMC @F0183@ 0 @I0053@ INDI 1 NAME Clara M. /Gray/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1896 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1974 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0180@ 1 FAMC @F0341@ 0 @I0054@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes Lucretia /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 JUL 1861 2 PLAC Carrolltown, PA Church rec. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 DEC 1861 2 PLAC Carrolltown, PA Church rec. 1 FAMC @F0032@ 0 @I0055@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret Amalia /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 FEB 1858 2 PLAC Carrolltown, PA Church rec. 1 FAMC @F0150@ 0 @I0056@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine Agnes /Campbell/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 DEC 1849 2 PLAC Carroll Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 DEC 1849 2 PLAC Carroll Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 OCT 1906 2 PLAC Hastings, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 OCT 1906 2 PLAC Hastings, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMC @F0159@ 0 @I0057@ INDI 1 NAME Mike /Yeager/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0057@ 0 @I0058@ INDI 1 NAME Charlotte Lucinda /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 APR 1891 2 PLAC Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMC @F0154@ 0 @I0059@ INDI 1 NAME Plummer // 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0139@ 0 @I0060@ INDI 1 NAME Ory J. /Rickard/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 MAY 1875 1 DEAT 2 DATE JAN 1965 1 FAMS @F0173@ 1 FAMC @F0428@ 1 NOTE @NI0060@ 0 @NI0060@ NOTE 1 CONC Social Security Death Index 1 CONT about Orry Rickard 1 CONT Name: Orry Rickard 1 CONT SSN: 193-10-2629 1 CONT Last Residence: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Born: 11 May 1875 1 CONT Died: Jan 1965 1 CONT State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951) 1 CONT 0 @I0061@ INDI 1 NAME David John /Keefe/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0181@ 0 @I0062@ INDI 1 NAME Henry J. /Campbell/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 MAR 1827 2 PLAC Loretto Church Rec. Cambria Co. PA 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 MAR 1827 2 PLAC Near Ashville, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 SEP 1908 2 PLAC Altoona, Blair Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 SEP 1908 2 PLAC Altoona, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0159@ 1 FAMS @F0189@ 1 FAMS @F0190@ 1 FAMC @F0191@ 1 NOTE @NI0062@ 0 @NI0062@ NOTE 1 CONC 6. Agnes Ann3 Byrne (John2, John1) was born June 30, 1824 in Loretto, Cam 1 CONC bria County, Pennsylvania, and died April 28, 1851 in Carrolltown, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania. She married Henry * J. Campbell February 29, 18 1 CONC 48 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, son of John Campbell a 1 CONC nd Susan Myers. He was born March 31, 1827 in near Ashville, Cambria Coun 1 CONC ty, Pennsylvania, and died September 06, 1908 in Altoona, Blair County, Pe 1 CONC nnsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Agnes Ann Byrne: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 60, #01291 Byrne, Agnes Anna (Joannis/Mariae Anna 1 CONC e) b. 06-30 bp 08-15-1824 gp: Barnabas Byrne/Catharina Byrne, dau. of Thom 1 CONC as DAG. [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents, John Byrne and Mary Ann Bender. 1 CONT 1 CONT Agnes probably died from complications of childbirth as she died two wee 1 CONC ks after the birth of her son, John. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. III, p. 256, #5589 Campbell, Agnes d. 04-28-1851 27 y. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Ed Byrnes 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Family Lineage - A.C.J. Campbell 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Agnes Ann Byrne: 1 CONT Age at Death: 26 years, 9 months, 29 days 1 CONT Baptism: August 15, 1824, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylv 1 CONC ania 1 CONT Burial: St. Benedict's Cemetery, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census: 1850, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1850, Henry Campbell, husband 1 CONT Godparents: Barnabas and Catherine Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Henry * J. Campbell: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 75, #01597 Campbell, Henricus (Joannis/Susanna 1 CONC e) b. 03-31 bp. 05-06-1827 gp: Henricus Bender/Martha Meyers, d. of Joann 1 CONC es DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 103 1 CONT Listed with parents John Campbell and Susan Myers. 1 CONT 1 CONT Marriage of Henry and Agnes Byrne not found in Ledoux CVR. 1 CONT 1 CONT Democrat and Sentinel, Ebensburg, June 25, 1856, Vol. 3, No. 33, page 2 1 CONT Fatal Affray 1 CONT We regret to learn that an unfortunate occurrence happened at Carroll 1 CONC town in this county on Monday afternoon last, which resulted in the dea 1 CONC th of a man named Jeremiah Fenton. 1 CONT It appears that some difficulty had occurred between Fenton, and Hen 1 CONC ry J. Campbell about a boy who had run away from the latter. At the ti 1 CONC me of the affray, Campbell was at work in a stave making shop, when Fent 1 CONC on came in, and an immediate altercation ensued. Several persons were pres 1 CONC ent at the time, and heard the loud language between them. Campbell was st 1 CONC anding with a stave in his hand, and warned Fenton off, but which was disr 1 CONC egarded by the latter. Upon approaching Campbell he stooped as if reachi 1 CONC ng for a stave when Campbell struck him a blow across the head with the o 1 CONC ne he was holding, by which he was completely stunned. He was then carri 1 CONC ed to a house close by, where he lingered until about eleven o'clock the s 1 CONC ame night when he expired. 1 CONT Campbell immediately surrendered himself and is now in jail. A post m 1 CONC ortem examination was made in the case by Drs. Lewis and Smith, and an Inq 1 CONC uest was held over the body by James Carroll, Esq. 1 CONT As the whole matter will soon undergo a legal investigation we forbe 1 CONC ar making any comments at present upon this unfortunate occurrence. 1 CONT 1 CONT Democrat and Sentinel, Ebensburg, July 2, 1856, Vol. 3, No. 36 1 CONT RAN AWAY 1 CONT FROM the subscriber on the 20th instant, an indentured apprentice named He 1 CONC nry Kost, he is about 15 years old. I hereby caution all persons not to t 1 CONC rust him on any account. 1 CONT HENRY J. CAMPBELL 1 CONT Carrolltown, June 22, 1856. 1 CONT 1 CONT Democrat and Sentinel, Ebensburg, Pennsylvania, 10 SEP 1856, VOL. 3, NO. 4 1 CONC 6 1 CONT Com vs. Henry J. Campbell--Murder. Prisoner being arraigned, pleads not gu 1 CONC ilty, and puts himself on his country. Dist Atty similiter et issue. Ju 1 CONC ry called and sworn, who say that the defendant is not guilty. 1 CONT 1 CONT (SIMILITER, pleading. When the defendant's plea contains a direct contradi 1 CONC ction of the declaration, and concludes with referring the matter to be tr 1 CONC ied by a jury of the country, the plaintiff must do so too; that is, he mu 1 CONC st also submit the matter to be tried by a jury, without offering any n 1 CONC ew answer to it, and must stand or fall by his declaration. In such cas 1 CONC e, he merely replies that as the defendant has put himself upon the countr 1 CONC y, that is, has submitted his cause to be tried by a jury of the countr 1 CONC y, he, the plaintiff, does so likewise, or the like. Hence this sort of re 1 CONC plication is called a similiter, that having been the effective word wh 1 CONC en the proceedings were in Latin.) 1 CONT 1 CONT The Benedictine Fathers In Cambria County, Pennsylvania by 1 CONT By the Rev. Modestus Wirtner, O.S.B. (p.170) 1 CONT Richard Proutfoute ran a shook-shop on his farm, now owned by Mrs. He 1 CONC len Swope, on the road to Glen Connell, and another in Campbelltown. A bun 1 CONC dle of shook consisted of enough staves to form a hogshead, which had be 1 CONC en shaved and put together and prepared for everything but the heads and t 1 CONC hen taken apart and then bound together with hickory bands to facilita 1 CONC te transportation. These shooks were sold and sent to the West Indies to t 1 CONC ransfer molasses, sugar, etc. Teamsters hauled the shook to Hollidaysbu 1 CONC rg and loaded them on the canal boats. 1 CONT Harry Hatch was the timekeeper and Jerimiah Flinton was the superinte 1 CONC ndent of the Campbelltown shop. Under him worked John Stolz, Mr. Peach, He 1 CONC nry Campbell, Jacob Yeckly, Lawrence and Julius Stich, Edmund Eastman, Wil 1 CONC liam Kelly, David Horst and John Campbell. Jerimiah Flinton died, aged 3 1 CONC 5, on June 23, 1856, or as others express it, was killed by H. Campbell w 1 CONC ho struck him with a stave. After this the men refused to work in the sho 1 CONC p. Across the road from the shop John P. Parrish had built and ran a taver 1 CONC n. Proutfoute bought his stable, moved it across the street and in this bu 1 CONC ilding the shook business was continued. 1 CONT 1 CONT Reference Ledoux Volume 3, items 5500 and 5663. The latter of the two ite 1 CONC ms states "Jeremais Finton d.06-23-1856 bur.06-25 35 y was killed by H. C 1 CONC ampbell in his shook shop". 1 CONT 1 CONT Census Information: 1 CONT 1830 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania: 1 CONT Campbell, John, 1 male, age under 5 (Henry J.); 1 male, age 20-30 (John hi 1 CONC mself); 1 female, age under 5 (Catherine); 1 female, age 10-15 (possib 1 CONC ly a servant, niece, or such); 1 female, age 20-30 (Susan). 1 CONT 1 CONT 1840 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT John Campble (8 male, 2 female) Henry J., John Jr., Joseph, Robert A. 1 CONC ,. Peter (this would only make 5 males if you include John Sr. Perhaps h 1 CONC ad farm hands living there), Catherine and Susan. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT Line 16 1 CONT Henry CAMPBELL, age 23, carpenter, assets $500, b. Penn 1 CONT Agnes, age 25, b. Penn 1 CONT Catherine, age 7/12, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Latrobe, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT Page 146, Line 40 1 CONT Henry CAMPBELL, age 33, carpenter, b. Penn 1 CONT (next page) 1 CONT Bridget Campbell, age 31, b. Penn 1 CONT Almira, age 6, b. Penn 1 CONT Silvester, age 4, b. Penn 1 CONT Catherine, age 10, b. Penn 1 CONT (John, son of Henry and Agnes is listed with his aunt Catherine Farrell a 1 CONC nd living with John and Susan Campbell, and he is age 9. during this censu 1 CONC s.) 1 CONT 1 CONT After the death of his second wife, and the end of the Civil War, Henry ma 1 CONC rried Theresa Switzler. We find them in Buckner, Virginia between 1875 a 1 CONC nd 1883. We can assume that they went to Virginia so Henry could find wo 1 CONC rk and help in the restoration form damages done during the war. Henry a 1 CONC nd his son, Henry S. (Harry), both carpenters, took charge in the buildi 1 CONC ng of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Buckner. Three of their children we 1 CONC re born in Buckner, although the twin of Anthony died as an infant a 1 CONC nd is one of the first to be buried in the church cemetery. When they ret 1 CONC urned to Pennsylvania, they settled in Altoona, where they remained the re 1 CONC st of their lives. My aunt, Elizabeth Campbell Cap, granddaughter of Hen 1 CONC ry J., faintly remembers hearing family gossip that Henry moved his fami 1 CONC ly to Virginia because of the "murder" charges. She, however, did not rea 1 CONC lize that Henry had been acquitted of the offense. Also, these charges we 1 CONC re in 1856 and their move to Virginia was much later, after the marria 1 CONC ge of Henry and Theresa. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Carroltown Borough, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 1, Line 1, Munster P.O. 1 CONT CAMPBELL, Henry, age 43, farmer, b. Penn 1 CONT Theresa, age 29, keeping house, b. Germany, parents b. Germany 1 CONT Catharine, age 20, house girl, b. Penn 1 CONT Elmira, age 16, b. Penn, attends school 1 CONT Henry S., age 14, b. Penn, attends school 1 CONT Mary, age 8, b. Penn, attends school 1 CONT Emma, age 3, b. Penn, (attends school is marked) 1 CONT Anna, age 1, b. Penn 1 CONT CAMPBELL, Susan, age 65, b. Penn (S is written in the Deaf column) [Sus 1 CONC an is the mother of Henry J.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census, Cuckoo Township, Louisa County, VA (June) 1 CONT E.D. 101, Page 57, Line 2 1 CONT CAMPBELL, H.J., age 52, carpenter, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Theresa, wife, age 39, keeping house, b. Penn, parents b. Penn (Error: The 1 CONC resa was born in Germany, as were her parents) 1 CONT Mary, daughter, age 16, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Emma, daughter, age 13, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Rosa, daughter, age 10, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Theresa, daughter, age 5, b. Penn 1 CONT Anthony, son, age 4, b. Penn (Error: Anthony was born in Virginia) 1 CONT Margaret, daughter, age 2, b. Virginia 1 CONT 1 CONT 1900 Census, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT ED 67, Sheet 1A, Line 18, 2524 Oak Ave. 1 CONT CAMPBELL, Henry J., head, Mar 1826, age 74, m/34 yrs, b. Penn, paren 1 CONC ts b. Penn, house carpenter 1 CONT Teresa, wife, Nov 1840, age 59, m/34 yrs, b. Germany, parents b. German 1 CONC y, imm. 1862 1 CONT Anthony C., son, Nov 1876, single, age 23, b. Virginia, time keeper, railr 1 CONC oad 1 CONT Ida T., daughter, Aug 1874, single, age 25, b. Penn, bailer at silk mill 1 CONT Joseph M., son, Mar 1882, single, age 18, b. Penn, winder at silk mill 1 CONT 1 CONT Henry J. Campbell is listed in Werer's Altoona Directory (1882-1883) as ca 1 CONC rpenter, owning home on Dry Gap Road. Later address as 2516 Oak Ave. D 1 CONC ry Gap Road begins near intersection of 13th Ave and 16th St. extending we 1 CONC stward to city limits and beyond. 1 CONT 1 CONT CLARK'S DIRECTORY OF THE City of Altoona, Pa., FOR THE YEAR 1890. 1 CONT Campbell Henry J. carpenter, owns home 2516 Oak ave 1 CONT 1 CONT Obituary: 1 CONT Henry J. Campbell, formerly of this city, but later of Baker's Mines, di 1 CONC ed at 12:40 Sunday afternoon, of Bright's disease, at the home of his daug 1 CONC hter, Mrs. John Hilger, at Baker's Mines. He was born in Cambria Count 1 CONC y, March 31, 1826. His wife died two years ago. He was a carpenter by tr 1 CONC ade and a member of the Carpenter's Union. He was a member of Sacred Hea 1 CONC rt Catholic Church. He is survived by the following children. Mrs. Hilge 1 CONC r, with whom he made his home, and Mrs. J.H. Hoover, Mrs. Charles Orner, A 1 CONC nthony and Joseph, all of Altoona, and Harry F. of Salt Lake City, Uta 1 CONC h. The body will be brought here Tuesday morning for interment, the ho 1 CONC ur for services to be announced later. 1 CONT 1 CONT (A later article) 1 CONT The body of Henry J. Campbell was brought to this city this morning and ta 1 CONC ken to the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. H. Hoover, 702 Eleventh Avenue, w 1 CONC here it can be viewed by friends. The funeral will take place Wednesday m 1 CONC orning, mass to be celebrated at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's Catholic Churc 1 CONC h. Interment in St. Mary's cemetery. (St. Mary's Church was originally na 1 CONC med Immaculate Conception Church - same as the church Henry built in Buckn 1 CONC er, VA.) 1 CONT Sept. 6, 1908 (I assume the Altoona newspaper for that time) 1 CONT 1 CONT Stevens Mortuary, Altoona, Pennsylvania. 1883-1910, p. 30, Campbell, Hen 1 CONC ry J., d. 9/6/1908 at r/o Mrs. John Hilger, Bakers Mines, Pa.; i. 9/9/19 1 CONC 08 from r/o Mrs. J. H. Hover, 702 11th Ave.; a. 82 yrs. 5 mos. 5 day 1 CONC s; i. St. Mary's. Shipped J. E. 1 CONT 1 CONT Henry was an extraordinary man. He outlived three wives, and had approxim 1 CONC ately 18 children (two unproven). 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Democrat and Sentinel, Ebensburg, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Family Lineage - A.C.J. Campbell 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT Death Certificate 1 CONT Stevens Mortuary, Altoona, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Obit of Anthony C.J. Campbell, son 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Henry * J. Campbell: 1 CONT Age at Death.: 81 years, 5 months, 6 days 1 CONT Baptism: May 06, 1827, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a 1 CONT Burial: September 09, 1908, St. Mary's Cemetery, Altoona, Blair County, Pe 1 CONC nnsylvania 1 CONT Cause of Death: Acute indigestion - duration 2 days 1 CONT Death Informant: J.H. Hoover 1 CONT Godparents: Henry Bender and Martha Meyers 1 CONT Medical Information: Bright's disease 1 CONT Occupation 1: 1850, Carpenter 1 CONT Occupation 2: Cabinet maker 1 CONT Occupation 3: 1860, Carpenter 1 CONT Occupation 4: 1870, Farmer 1 CONT Occupation 5: 1880, Carpenter 1 CONT Occupation 6: 1900, House carpenter 1 CONT Residence 1: Bet. 1893 - 1901, 2524 Oak Ave, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsy 1 CONC lvania 1 CONT Residence 2: 1891, 1416 Oak Ave, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Residence 3: Bet. 1904 - 1907, 2526 Oak Ave, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsy 1 CONC lvania 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Henry Campbell and Agnes Byrne: 1 CONT Marriage: February 29, 1848, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Agnes Byrne and Henry Campbell are: 1 CONT +29i.Catherine Agnes4 Campbell, born December 15, 1849 in Carroll Towns 1 CONC hip, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died October 10, 1906 in Hastings, Camb 1 CONC ria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 30ii.John Celestine Campbell, born April 15, 1851 in Carrolltown, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania; died February 10, 1905 in Carrolltown, Cambria Co 1 CONC unty, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for John Celestine Campbell: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. III, p. 208, #4725 Campbell, Joannes Coelestinus (Henric 1 CONC i/Agnetis Byrns) b. 04-15 Carroll Township. bp. 04-20-1851 at St. Benedi 1 CONC ct's gp: Joanne Campbell/Elisabetha Hilger CEN. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Carrolltown Borough, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT Page 182, Line 9 1 CONT CAMPBELL, John, age 56, farmer, assets $5000, b. Penn 1 CONT (Makes John's b/d abt. 1804) 1 CONT Susan, age 55, b. Penn 1 CONT (Notice that Susan is only 1 year younger than John.) 1 CONT Augustine, age 20, laborer, assets $150, b. Penn 1 CONT FARRELL, Catharine, age 31, assets $150, b. Penn [a widow] 1 CONT FARRELL, Henrietta, age 10, b. Penn, attends school. 1 CONT FARRELL, Mary E., age 5, b. Penn, attends school. 1 CONT FARRELL, John C., age 9, b. Penn, attends school. 1 CONT (This is John C. Campbell, son of Henry J. and first wife, Catherin 1 CONC e. He is living with his grandparents and is mistakenly added here as Far 1 CONC rell.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Regis has date of death as Oct. 8, 1866. My information came from the mor 1 CONC tuary records. Also, Sandra McCartney has date of death as Oct. 8, 186 1 CONC 6. Who are the other two John Campbell's? The one who died in 1866 and t 1 CONC he one who died in 1905...hmmmm. 1 CONT 1 CONT Stevens Mortuary, Altoona, Pennsylvania. 1883-1910, p. 31, Campbell, Joh 1 CONC n, d. 2/10/1905 at r/o _________Hesley, 6th Ave. & 34th St.; i. 2/13/19 1 CONC 05 Spruce Creek, Huntingdon County, Pa.; a. 54 yrs. 1 mo. 3 days. (Wou 1 CONC ld make birthdate January 7, 1851.) 1 CONT 1 CONT There is a George and Ella Hesley in Altoona in 1900. Also is a John Camp 1 CONC bell and wife Emma with several children. The Campbell's were enumerat 1 CONC ed on the following page from the Hesley's. Why John was interred in Hunt 1 CONC ingdon County is not known, when he died in Altoona. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cole Waite had Elmira married to her half brother, John C. Campbell who di 1 CONC ed in 1905 in Altoona or 1866 in Carrolltown. If he died in 1866, Elmi 1 CONC ra would have been only 12. 1 CONT 1 CONT Possible: 1 CONT 1900 United States Federal Census 1 CONT Name: John Campbell 1 CONT Home in 1900: Logan, Blair, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 49 1 CONT Estimated birth year: abt Jan 1851 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relationship to head-of-house: Boarder 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Household Members: 1 CONT Name Age 1 CONT Emanuel Smith 26 1 CONT Emma Smith 26 1 CONT John Campbell 49 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Cole Waite 1 CONT Family Lineage - A.C.J. Campbell 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT Stevens Mortuary, Altoona, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT More About John Celestine Campbell: 1 CONT Age at Death.: 53 years, 9 months, 26 days 1 CONT Baptism: April 20, 1851, St. Benedict's, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Penn 1 CONC sylvania 1 CONT Census: 1860, Carrolltown, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1860, John Campbell, grandfather 1 CONT Godparents: John Campbell and Elisabeth Hilger 0 @I0063@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph Francis /Gibas/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 OCT 1922 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 DEC 1995 1 FAMS @F0168@ 1 FAMC @F0002@ 1 NOTE @NI0063@ 0 @NI0063@ NOTE 1 CONC Disabled 0 @I0064@ INDI 1 NAME John /Byrne/ 2 SOUR @S01800@ 2 SOUR @S01765@ 2 SOUR @S01794@ 2 SOUR @S01795@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1740 2 PLAC St. Mary's Lane, Dublin, Ireland 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 AUG 1838 2 PLAC St. Michael Cemetery Loretto, Allegheny Twp., Cambria, Pa 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Michael's Cemetery, Loretto, Cambria, Pa 1 FAMS @F0104@ 1 NOTE @NI0064@ 0 @NI0064@ NOTE 1 CONC John Byrne 1 CONT B:1740 in St. Mary's Lane, Dublin, Ireland 1 CONT D:28 AUG 1838 in Allegheny Twp, Cambria Co. Pa Ann B: 1 CONT 1 CONT U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 1 CONT about John Byrne 1 CONT Name: John Byrne 1 CONT Gender: male 1 CONT Birth Place: Ir 1 CONT Birth Year: 1740 1 CONT Spouse Name: Ann Byrne 1 CONT Spouse Birth Year: 1750 1 CONT Number Pages: 1 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From H.W. Storey, History of Cambria Co. pg 22: 1 CONT "Wither Emericus Bender adn Conrad Luther, John Byrne purchased 440 acr 1 CONC es at $6 per acre" 1 CONT 1 CONT From Biographical & Portrait Cyclopedia of Cambria County, PA pub 1896: 1 CONT "Married in Ireland. After dealth of wife, emigrated to America with eig 1 CONC ht surviving children . About 1795 came to present Loretto, Allegheny Twp 1 CONC ., Cambria Co., PA adn purchased 440 acres , part of which he cleared f 1 CONC or a farm owned (1896) by Mr. Flick." 1 CONT 1 CONT The History Of The Commonwealth Of Pennsylvaniaauthor - William H. Egle, M 1 CONC .D.pub in 1876p age - 468It is believed that Captain Michael McGUIRE was t 1 CONC he first white man who settled i n the present bounds of Cambria count 1 CONC y. He settled in the neighborhood where Loretto now stands, in the year 17 1 CONC 90, and commenced improving that now interesting and well-cultivated port 1 CONC io n of Allegheny township, a large portion of which is still owned by h 1 CONC is decendants. Luke McGUIRE, Esq., and Captain Richard McGUIRE were so 1 CONC ns of Michael McGUIRE, and came with him. Thoma s BLAIR, of Blair's gap, H 1 CONC untingdon county, was at that time the nearest neighbor Captain McG UIRE h 1 CONC ad. He resided at a distance of twelve miles. Mr. McGUIRE was followed n 1 CONC ot long afterw rds by Cornelius MAGUIRE , Richard NAGEL , William DOTS 1 CONC ON , Richard ASHCRAFT , Michael RAGE R , James ALCORN, and John STORM ; t 1 CONC he last was of German descent. These were followed by oth ers - John TR 1 CONC UX , John DOUGLASS , John BYRNE , and we believe, William MELOY. Under t 1 CONC he auspi ces if these men, and perhaps a few others, the county improved v 1 CONC ery rapidly. The first grist -mill in the county was built by Mr. John STO 1 CONC RM.page - 470The third settlement was made b y a colony of emigrants fr 1 CONC om Wales. Ebensburg and vicinity were not settled for several year s aft 1 CONC er the first settlement was made at Loretto and Munster. -- In the fall a 1 CONC nd winter of 17 96, the families of Thomas PHILLIPS , William JENKINS , Th 1 CONC eophilus REES , Evan ROBERTS , Rev . Rees LLOYD , William GRIFFITH , Jam 1 CONC es NICHOLAS , Daniel GRIFFITH , John JONES , David THOMA S , Evan JAM 1 CONC ES , George ROBERTS ; and Thomas W. JONES, Esq. , John JENKINS , Isaac GRI 1 CONC FFITH , and John TOBIAS, bachelors, commenced settling in Cambria townshi 1 CONC p, Cambria county ; and i n the following spring and summer the famli 1 CONC es of Rev. Morgan J. REES , John J. EVANS , Willia m REES , Simon JAM 1 CONC ES , William WILLIAMS (South) , Thomas GRIFFITH , John THOMAS , John ROBE 1 CONC RT S (Penbryn), , John ROBERTS (shoemaker), David REES , Robert WILLIA 1 CONC MS , George TURNER , Thoma s GRIFFITH (farmer) , James EVANS , Griffith RO 1 CONC WLAND , David EDWARDS , Thomas LEWIS, and Davi d DAVIS, bachelors, followe 1 CONC d 1 CONT 1 CONT PACAMBRI-L Archives 1 CONT From: >Subject: Re: [PaCa 1 CONC mbri] Byrne Famil y of Cambria CoDate: Sat, 15 Feb 2003 08:08:43 -0600Refe 1 CONC rences: <<037b01c2d07d$429a67e0$0f4 c7744@@al.charter.com>> 1 CONT Well, a Thank You to many on this list that sent me an answer to my who 1 CONT John Byrne's wife question. Here are the replies to set the record 1 CONT straight. 1 CONT 1 CONT My original question & bit of Baltimore info (thinking that this Elenor 1 CONT Byrne might be the wife of John Byrne of Ireland) : 1 CONT 1 CONT "In regards to John Byrne and wife who died in 1 CONT Ireland (parents of Sarah.) 1 CONT Early Catholic Church Records of Maryland and Delaware. St. Peter's 1 CONT Catholic Church, Baltimore MD. I did find that an Elenor Byrne wife of Joh 1 CONC n 1 CONT Byrne died Oct 12, 1798 buried Oct. 13 1798, she was a native of 1 CONT Ireland.(Could the info regarding John Byrne's wife dying in Ireland be 1 CONT off?)" 1 CONT 1 CONT and: 1 CONT 1 CONT "The Byrne family is mentioned in the Biographical & Portrait Cyclopedia 1 CONT found on-line at the Cambria Co PA site. The bio of Thomas Byrne p. 231-23 1 CONC 2 1 CONT lists the founder of this family as John Byrne, born in Ireland. He 1 CONT emigrated to America in 1795 bringing with him 3 1 CONT sons & 5 daughters, his wife having died in Ireland." 1 CONT 1 CONT The replies: 1 CONT 1 CONT Catholic Trails West lists Ann as the wife of John Byrne. 1 CONT and 1 CONT The Baltimore cemetery also has Elenor's husband John Byrne buried there 1 CONT too. 1 CONT and 1 CONT The tombstone inscription of John Byrne, buried at Loretto, sent by Janet. 1 CONT 1 CONT IHS 1 CONT Here Lieth the Body 1 CONT Of JOHN BYRNE * 1 CONT Also The Body of 1 CONT his wife *ANN* may 1 CONT They Rest in peace 1 CONT AMEN 1 CONT 1 CONT No dates on the marker, but I did find this: 1 CONT CVR vol 1 p 170: 1 CONT 03672: BYRNE, Joannes, native of Ireland 1 CONT d. 08-28 bur. 08-29-1838 1 CONT 1 CONT I don't know how men pack for a long journey, so I'm not asking how Ann go 1 CONC t 1 CONT to Loretto. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jane 1 CONT researching PLATT in Cambria Co PA 1 CONT 1 CONT PACAMBRI-L Archives 1 CONT From: "Jean Blackwood" >Subje ct: [PaCambri] Both Byrne DescendentsDate: Mon, 18 S 1 CONC ep 2000 04:09:13 GMT 1 CONT Since there are so many Lantzy-Luther-Link-Bender-Byrne-Platt researchers 1 CONT out there I thought I'd share an interesting fact I just discovered. My 1 CONT grandparents, George Isadore Lantzy and Anna Link were fourth cousins. He 1 CONT descended from John Byrne by way of Thomas Byrne, Barnabus Byrne, Mary 1 CONT Magdalene Byrne, Emma Emily Weakland. She also descended from John Byrne 1 CONT through his daughter Sarah, Mary Ann Platt, Sarah Ann Luther, Lucinda 1 CONT Bender. 1 CONT I would guess that with all the intermarriages among these family lines, 1 CONT most of us are cousins several times over - and everyone must be part 1 CONT Weakland! Jean Lantzy Blackwood 1 CONT 1 CONT From Founding Families of Loretto by Edmund J. Adams 1 CONT John Byrne Sr. (father of John and Thomas) 1 CONT 1800 Allegheny Township, Huntington County Census 1 CONT 1807 Gallitzin Petition 1 CONT 1808-15 Tax List 1 CONT 1810 Allegheny Township, Cambria County Census 1 CONT 1813 Pascal Confession 1 CONT m. Ann _________ 1 CONT c. Henry, John, Thomas (1770), Catherine (1775), Eleanor Ann (1782), Sara 1 CONC h, Phoebe, Agnes 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for THOMAS T. BYRNE: 1 CONT >"Biographical & Portrait Cyclopedia of Cambria Co., PA: 1 CONT > THOMAS T. BYRNE, a prominent and successful farmer of Clearfield 1 CONT > Township, this county, is a son of Augustine and Ann (Driskle) Byrne, 1 CONT > and was born in Allegheny Township, this county, March 15, 1832. The 1 CONT > Byrne family came originally from Ireland, and were among the early 1 CONT > pioneer settlers of Cambria County. John Byrne, the great-grandfather, 1 CONT > was born in Ireland, and was the founder of the family in this 1 CONT > country. He emigrated to America in 1795, bringing with him his three 1 CONT > sons and five daughters, his wife having died in Ireland. He located 1 CONT > near Loretto, on what is now known as the Flick farm, and engaged in 1 CONT > farming. He was one of the very early settlers of this county, 1 CONT > locating here previous to Father Gallitzin, who was a pioneer in 1 CONT > Cambria county. His children were: Henry, John, Thomas, Mrs. McGuire, 1 CONT > Mrs. Levi, and Mrs. Platt. Thomas Byrne (grandfather) was born in 1 CONT > Ireland, and, when a boy came with his father to America. He assisted 1 CONT > his father on the farm until he reached mature years, when he located 1 CONT > on a farm in Carroll Township, where he followed the pursuits of a 1 CONT > farmer all his life. He died in 1832. He married Miss Burgoon, and 1 CONT > this marriage resulted in the birth of thirteen children: Bernard, 1 CONT > Michael, Augustine, Catherine, Little, Henry, James, Nancy Buck, 1 CONT > Elizabeth, John, Thomas, Frances and Mary Ann.They were a family of 1 CONT > farmers, and are now all deceased but Frances, who resides at 1 CONT > Carrolltown, this county. Augustine Byrne (father) was born in Carroll 1 CONT > Township, April 18, 1807, and died near Chest Springs, Allegheny 1 CONT > Township, May 8, 1864. He lived in Allegheny Township all his life 1 CONT > except during a short period spent in Washington Township. He was a 1 CONT > farmer and a member of the Roman Catholic church. He married Miss Ann, 1 CONT > a daughter of Charles Driskle, of Allegheny Township, and to them were 1 CONT > born eight children: Michael, of Allegheny Township; Alice, deceased, 1 CONT > who was the wife of James Adams, now deceased; Thomas J.; Mary 1 CONT > deceased, was the wife of L. Leonard Litzinger; Margaretta, deceased; 1 CONT > Sarah, the wife of Benjamin Grove, of Chest Springs; Matilda, the wife 1 CONT > of John McKensie, of Chest Springs; Cecelia, deceased, who was the 1 CONT > wife of Andrew Noel; and George, of Johnstown. 1 CONT > | Thomas T. Byrne was reared a farmer boy, and educated in the common 1 CONT > and subscription schools of his township. When he began life on his 1 CONT > own account, he was employed on the old Portage railroad and remained 1 CONT > there two years, and then for the next ten years engaged in the shuck 1 CONT > business. In 1865 he purchased the farm on which he now resides, 1 CONT > located in the eastern part of Clearfield Township, this county, 1 CONT > containing one hundred and eight acres, underlaid with coal. At the 1 CONT > time of the purchase the farm was only partially improved, and he has 1 CONT > since cleared and improved the entire farm, and it is now in a good 1 CONT > state of cultivation and is one of the most desirable farms in Cambria 1 CONT > County. In religion he belongs to the church of his forefathers, the 1 CONT > Roman Catholic Church, of which he is a devout member. Politically he 1 CONT > is a Democrat, and takes a normal interest in local affairs. His 1 CONT > marriage with Miss Mary Yeatly was celebrated January 9,1853, and 1 CONT > their union has been blessed in the birth of ten children: John 1 CONT > Cosmon, located in Altoona, PA; Emmet, deceased, was a farmer of Chest 1 CONT > Springs; Mary, wife of James Kelley; Charles, located in Altoona; Ann, 1 CONT > a resident of Altoona; William, employed in Altoona; Alice, deceased; 1 CONT > Fannie, the wife of Frank Adams, of Clearfield Township; and Thomas, a 1 CONT > farmer, of Clearfield Township.: 1 CONT 1 CONT 1830 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about John Byrne 1 CONT Name: John Byrne 1 CONT Township: Susquehanna 1 CONT County: Cambria 1 CONT State: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Number of persons in household: 1 CONT 1 CONT Ages of persons in household: 1 CONT 1 CONT Foreigners not naturalized: View Image 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From: Beth Rykhus 1 CONT To: Ed Byrnes 1 CONT Sent: Friday, February 06, 2009 8:05 PM 1 CONT Hi Ed, 1 CONT 1 CONT Here is the information I have in my notes for John Byrne and wife An 1 CONC n. If I do this one at a time, I will not get so overwhelmed and confuse 1 CONC d. I will also list the names of those who have helped me gather this in 1 CONC formation and other sources. 1 CONT 1 CONT John Byrne, Sr, b. 1740 in St. Mary's Lane, Dublin, Ireland, d. August 2 1 CONC 8, 1838 in Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. He married A 1 CONC nn [mnu] in Ireland about 1767. She was b. about 1750 in Ireland and di 1 CONC ed before 1795 in Ireland. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for John Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1800 Census, Allegheny Township, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 123 28 Burns, John 1 CONT 1 CONT Possible: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT August 17, 1800: John and Agnes Byrne were named as godparents to Mary Re 1 CONC inzel, daughter, of Valentine and Mary (unknown) Reinzel. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1810 Census, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 140B 7 Byrns, John 1 CONT 1 CONT "John Byrne, the great-grandfather, was born in Ireland, and was the found 1 CONC er of the family in this country. He emigrated to America in 1795, bringi 1 CONC ng with him his three sons and four daughters [I have 8 children], his wi 1 CONC fe having died in Ireland. He located near Loretto, on what is now kno 1 CONC wn as the Flick farm, and engaged in farming. He was one of the very ear 1 CONC ly settlers of this county, locating here previous to Father Gallitzin, w 1 CONC ho was a pioneer in Cambria county. His children were: Henry, John, Thoma 1 CONC s, Mrs. McGuire, Mrs, Levi, and Mrs. Platt [only six names]." (BIOGRAPHIC 1 CONC AL AND PORTRAIT CYCLOPEDIA OF CAMBRIA COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. Philadelphi 1 CONC a, Pennsylvania.: The Union Publishing County. 1896. Page 231.) 1 CONT 1 CONT I believe he also had a son, Michael who was sponsoring children at Loret 1 CONC to in the early 1800s. (From Gregory Ryan) 1 CONT 1 CONT From Leora Rabuck: 1 CONT 1800 tax list Allegheny Township, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1800 Census of Allegheny Township, Huntingdon County BURNS, John 1 CONT 1808-1811 tax list Allegheny Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1810 Census of Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 140B 7 Byrns, John, 1 male, age 16 to 26; 1 male, age over 4 1 CONC 5; 1 female, age over 45. 1 CONT 1820 Allegheny Township., Loretto, Cambria County., Pennsylvania 000101 00 1 CONC 101 1 CONT 1 CONT John Byrne, Sr. was listed on the St. Joseph's Church Subscription Lis 1 CONC t, 1829. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Kittle Index (Index of Parish Records, Loretto, Pa. 1800-1896) lis 1 CONC ts 13 Byrne families and 57 Byrne children which had been baptized in Lore 1 CONC tto, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Ann (Byrne) 1 CONT It is said that Ann died and was buried in Ireland. John had her body bro 1 CONC ught to the US and buried in the St. Michael's Cemetery in Loretto. 1 CONT 1 CONT Tombstone (no dates) in St. Michael Cemetery, Loretto, 1 or 2 rows towa 1 CONC rd road from Michael McGuire and 5 tombstones up: Here lieth the body of J 1 CONC ohn Byrne also the body of his wife Ann. 1 CONT 1 CONT Family tradition says she died in Ireland in about 1795 before the fami 1 CONC ly immigrated. However John Byrne's tombstone says: Here lieth the bo 1 CONC dy of John Byrne. Here also lieth the body of Ann Byrne. 1 CONT Also 1810 and 1820 John has a woman born before 1765 living with him. (Fr 1 CONC om Gregory Ryan) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of John Byrne, Sr 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 John Byrne, Sr b: 1740 d: August 28, 1838 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Ann (Byrne) b: Abt. 1750 d: Bef. 1795 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Henry S. Byrne b: Abt. 1769 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Mary Ann Meyers b: Abt. 1769 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Thomas Byrne b: 1770 d: September 1830 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Sarah A. Burgoon b: 1781 d: Aft. 1860 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Catherine Byrne b: Abt. 1775 d: March 30, 1798 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +James Leavy b: Abt. 1775 d: August 16, 1808 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Michael Joseph Byrne b: Abt. 1777 d: January 28, 1823 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Eleanor Ann Byrne b: 1782 d: August 05, 1855 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Richard McGuire b: December 12, 1771 d: January 1 1 CONC 3, 1855 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Sarah Phoebe Byrne b: 1784 d: May 15, 1851 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Michael Joseph McGuire b: April 08, 1785 d: June 0 1 CONC 7, 1835 1 CONT 1 CONT ... *2nd Husband of Sarah Phoebe Byrne: 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +John Platt, Jr b: Abt. 1783 d: Bet. 1862 - 1867 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes Byrne b: Abt. 1788 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 John Byrne, Jr b: 1790 d: February 1840 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Mary Ann Bender b: September 29, 1793 d: December 3 1 CONC 1, 1880 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT U.S. Tax Lists 1 CONT Cyclopedia of Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Correspondence - John R. Conrad 1 CONT World Connect - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT World Connect - Marianne Martin 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Beth Riley. 1 CONT Headstone, Info from Leora Rabuck. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Please let me know if there are corrections/additions to the informati 1 CONC on on John and Ann Byrne only. I will take each child one at a time a 1 CONC nd do the same as here. 1 CONT 1 CONT Regards, 1 CONT Beth - an almost cousin. 1 CONT ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ********************* 1 CONT From The Bender Family German Pioneers of Western Pennsylvania 1798-19 1 CONC 45 by Rev. John M. Lenhart, O.F.M. Cap. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania . In th 1 CONC is document Lenhart quotes Robert L. Johnston writing about the conditio 1 CONC ns of these early pioneers of which the Byrne family is one. The citati 1 CONC on for Robert L. Johnston is: Robert L. Johnston, Hisotry of Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pa. in Egle's History of Pennsylvania. Harrisburg, Pa., 1876, p. 468. 1 CONT 1 CONT The hardships endured by the settlers of Cambria County during those ear 1 CONC ly years were described in 1840 by Robert L. Johnston of Ebensburg as foll 1 CONC ows: "The hardships endured bythe settlers are almost incredible. Expos 1 CONC ed to the inclemencyof a long allegheny winter, against the rigors of whic 1 CONC htheir hasitly erected and scantily furnished huts afford a poor protectio 1 CONC n, their sufferings were sometimes almost beyond endurance. Yet with the m 1 CONC ost unyielding firmnesss did these men persevere until they secured for th 1 CONC em selves and their posterity the inheritance which the latter at prese 1 CONC nt enjoy. There was nothing that could be dignified withthe name of a ro 1 CONC ad by which the settlers might have intercourse with the settlements of t 1 CONC he neighboring Huntington County. A miserable Indian path led from the vid 1 CONC inity of where Loretto now stand and intersects the road leading to Franks 1 CONC town" (Blair County). 1 CONT 1 CONT Also from Lenhart in the document outlined above when talking about the co 1 CONC nditions for our pioneer families: 1 CONT 1 CONT Ye the wild country possessed its compensations; it porvided the settle 1 CONC rs with fertile land and extensive pastures in a healthy climate. The high 1 CONC lands of the Allegheny Mountains were entirely free from fevers and all ma 1 CONC larious diseases. Wild beasts abounded; panthers and wolves would make unp 1 CONC leasant music. On the other hand, game provided welcome and inexpensive me 1 CONC at for the family table, and the sport of hunting brough diversion into t 1 CONC he lives of th emen. Love of nature exerted its refining influence on al 1 CONC l, old and young. These attractions were exceptionally strong in Cambria C 1 CONC ounty with its picturesque scenery. Treading on their own soil mad eth set 1 CONC tlers proud of their farms and forests. The dangers of aggression were mo 1 CONC re threatiening from the savage beasts than from the savage Indians for t 1 CONC he simple reason that the rugged country of the Alleghenies was not to t 1 CONC he liking of the Indians; in fact, there was only one Indian settlement fo 1 CONC und in the whole county. Accordingly travel over the mountains and throu 1 CONC gh the vast forests was quite free from attacks of indians even in the ear 1 CONC ly years of settlement. 1 CONT 0 @I0065@ INDI 1 NAME Michael /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 SEP 1869 1 FAMC @F0039@ 0 @I0066@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Byrne/ 2 SOUR @S01800@ 2 SOUR @S01765@ 2 SOUR @S01794@ 2 SOUR @S01795@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1770 2 PLAC St. Mary's Lane, Dublin, Ireland 1 DEAT 2 DATE SEP 1832 2 PLAC Susquehannah Twp., Cambria, Pa 1 FAMS @F0192@ 1 FAMS @F0010@ 1 FAMC @F0104@ 1 NOTE @NI0066@ 0 @NI0066@ NOTE 1 CONC From Founding Families of Loretto by Edmund J. Adams 1 CONT Thomas Byrne 1 CONT b. 1770 d. 9/1830 1 CONT 1807 Gallitzin Petition 1 CONT 1810 Allegheny Township, Cambria County Census 1 CONT 1811-1815 Tax List 1 CONT 1813 Pascal Confession 1 CONT m. Sarah _____________ 1 CONT c. Barnabus 1802), Catherine, Michael, Demetrius Augustine (1807), Agne 1 CONC s, Henry, James, Marga ret, 1 CONT Elizabeth (1816), Thomas, John Chrysostom (1820), Francis (1823), Ma 1 CONC ry Ann (1825) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From: "JCTripp" 1 CONT To: 1 CONT Sent: Saturday, November 26, 2005 6:22 PM 1 CONT 1 CONT > Thomas Byrne, son of the emigrant John, married Sara Burgoon (I don't 1 CONT > have a marriage date but first baptism I found was son Barnabas in 1 CONT > 1802). She is the daughter of Jacob Burgoon. 1 CONT > Byrne researchers say she was born in Germany. 1 CONT 1 CONT From Beth Rykhus 7 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas Byrne, b. c 1770 in Ireland, d. September 1830 in Susquehanna Towns 1 CONC hip, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. He married Sarah A. Burgoon, b. abo 1 CONC ut 1781 in Maryland, d. after 1860 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Th 1 CONC ey were married about 1801 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Sar 1 CONC ah was the daughter of Jacob Burgoon, Jr and Prudence Ann Baker. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Thomas Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Biographical and Portrait Cyclopedia of Cambria County by Samuel Wiley 189 1 CONC 6: 1 CONT Thomas Byrne (grandfather) was born in Ireland, and, when a boy, came wi 1 CONC th his father to America. He assisted his father on the farm until he reac 1 CONC hed mature years, when he located on a farm in Carroll Township, whe 1 CONC re he followed the pursuits of a farmer all his life. He died in 183 1 CONC 2. He married Miss Burgoon, and this marriage resulted in the birth of thi 1 CONC rteen children: Bernard, Michael, Augustine, Catherine Little, Henry, Jame 1 CONC s, Nancy Buck, Elizabeth, John, Thomas, Frances and Mary Ann. They we 1 CONC re a family of farmers, and are now all deceased but Frances, who resid 1 CONC es at Carrolltown, this county. 1 CONT [Only 12 children are listed.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899) 1 CONT p. 102, BYRNE Thomas and Sarah _____. Barnabas, Catherine, Michael, Dem 1 CONC etrius Aug., Agnes, Henry, James, Margaret, Elizabeth, Thomas, John Chryso 1 CONC stom, Francis, Mary Ann. (1802-26.) 1 CONT 1 CONT September 26, 1802: Named in baptism record of Barnabas Byrne, son. 1 CONT June 17, 1804: Named in baptism record of Catherine Byrne, daughter. 1 CONT 1 CONT March 10, 1803: Thomas and Sarah Byrne were named as godparents to Geor 1 CONC ge Burgoon, son of Barnabas and Mary [Baxter] Burgoon. 1 CONT 1 CONT December 11, 1803: Thomas Byrne and Anna Byrne were named as godparen 1 CONC ts to Francis Mullen, son of James and Anna (unknown) Mullen. 1 CONT [bcr Note: I believe that Sarah A. Burgoon Byrne is Anna Byrne.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Census and Tax information: 1 CONT 1810 Census, Cambria County 1 CONT 1 CONT 1810 Census of Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT BYRNS, Thomas, 4 males, up to age 10; 1 male, age 26 to 44; 1 female, a 1 CONC ge 26 to 44. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1811and 1815 tax list Allegheny Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvan 1 CONT 1 CONT 1820 Allegheny Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania 321110 311 1 CONT 1 CONT 1830 Census, Susquehanna Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania: 1 CONT Byrne, Thomas, 2 males, age 5-10; 1 male, age 10-15; 2 males, age 15-2 1 CONC 0; 1 male, age 40-50; 1 female, age under 5; 2 females, age 10-15; 1 femal 1 CONC e, age 40-50. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas Byrne was listed on the St. Joseph's Church Subscription List, 182 1 CONC 9. 1 CONT His will is on file at the Cambria County Courthouse in Ebensburg, Pennsyl 1 CONC vania. File 168 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 167, #3562 Byrne, Thomas d. 09-__-1830 (b. 1770 1 CONC ) 1 CONT Deaths and Burials of St. Michael's. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 169. 1 CONT Byrne, Thomas b. 1770 d. Sept. 1830 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Sarah A. Burgoon 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 (See notes for Thomas Byrne, husban 1 CONC d.) 1 CONT 1 CONT September 26, 1802: Named in baptism record of Barnabas Byrne, son. 1 CONT June 17, 1804: Named in baptism record of Catherine Byrne, daughter. 1 CONT 1 CONT March 10, 1803: Thomas and Sarah Byrne were named as godparents to Geor 1 CONC ge Burgoon, son of Barnabas and Mary [Baxter] Burgoon. 1 CONT 1 CONT December 11, 1803: Thomas Byrne and Anna Byrne were named as godparen 1 CONC ts to Francis Mullen, son of James and Anna (unknown) Mullen. 1 CONT [bcr Note: I believe that Sarah A. Burgoon Byrne is Anna Byrne.] 1 CONT 1 CONT She is listed as Sarah Byrnes in her father's will in 1834. 1 CONT 1 CONT Census - 1850 Carrolltown, Carroll Township.,Cambria County., Pennsylvani 1 CONC a. Byrnes, Sarah A. 67 Pennsylvania living with James and Margaret Byr 1 CONT 1 CONT Census - 1860 Carrolltown, Carroll Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvani 1 CONC a. Pg. 225. 1580-1574. 1 CONT Sarah A. Byrne 79 MD living with James and Margaret Burnes. (from Grego 1 CONC ry Ryan) 1 CONT 1 CONT The Kittle Index (Index of Parish Records, Loretto, Pa. 1800-1896) lis 1 CONC ts 11 Burgoon families and 40 Burgoon children which had been baptiz 1 CONC ed in Loretto, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Thomas Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Thomas Byrne b: 1770 d: September 1830 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Sarah A. Burgoon b: 1781 d: Aft. 1860 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Barnabas Bernard Byrne b: September 08, 1802 d: July 27, 1 1 CONC 880 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Mary Pauline Driskel b: November 02, 1805 d: Febru 1 CONC ary 17, 1850 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Catherine Byrne b: June 06, 1804 d: Bef. 1870 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +George H. Little b: Abt. 1800 d: August 05, 1879 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Michael Byrne b: October 27, 1805 d: June 21, 1883 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Susan Walters b: March 03, 1808 d: December 10, 1 1 CONC 877 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Demetrius 'Augustine' Byrne b: April 18, 1807 d: May 18, 18 1 CONC 67 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Mary Ann Driskel b: November 02, 1805 d: January 1 1 CONC 7, 1890 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Henry A. Byrne b: October 01, 1810 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 James Byrne b: October 06, 1812 d: September 11, 1876 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Margaret Ann Bender b: November 14, 1818 d: Octob 1 CONC er 03, 1869 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Margaret Byrne b: March 25, 1815 d: April 15, 1823 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Elizabeth Byrne b: November 30, 1816 d: December 25, 1838 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Thomas Byrne, Jr b: February 1819 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 John Chrysostomus Byrne b: October 05, 1820 d: January 25, 18 1 CONC 39 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Francis J. Byrne b: January 21, 1823 d: November 25, 1897 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Isabella Elizabeth Weakland b: August 27, 1822 d: A 1 CONC ugust 27, 1899 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Ann Byrne b: May 07, 1826 d: July 08, 1888 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Jerome A. Platt b: November 19, 1821 d: March 07, 190 1 CONC 1 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes Byrne b: April 06, 1809 d: February 07, 1877 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Henry Buck b: May 30, 1801 d: April 17, 1874 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Wylie's Cyclopedia of Cambria County 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Correspondence - John R. Conrad 1 CONT World Connect - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT Web Page - Nicole Cherry 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Patricia Wiggins, Beth Riley, Charles Lantzy 1 CONT 1 CONT If you have any corrections/additions for Thomas Byrne and Sarah A. Burgoo 1 CONC n, please let me know. 1 CONT 1 CONT Beth 0 @I0067@ INDI 1 NAME Henry A. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1769 2 PLAC St. Mary's Lane, Dublin, Ireland 1 FAMS @F0050@ 1 FAMC @F0104@ 1 NOTE @NI0067@ 0 @NI0067@ NOTE 1 CONC MOUNTAIN SENTINEL 1 CONT EBENSBURG, PA 1 CONT 1851 1 CONT Thursday, 2 Oct 1851 1 CONT VOL 7, NO 51 1 CONT 1 CONT LORETTO TURNPIKE. 1 CONT Agreeably to notice, a majority of the Commissioners, appointed by the A 1 CONC ct of Assembly of April 8th, 1851, "to organize the Loretto turnpike ro 1 CONC ad company," met at Mr. Shields Hotel, in Loretto, on the 20th of Sept., a 1 CONC nd together with other citizens in attendance, took an interest in the und 1 CONC ertaking, proceeding to organize the meeting by the appointment of Hen 1 CONC ry A. Byrne as Chairman, and Peter Christy and P.J. Little as Secretaries. 1 CONT 1 CONT The object of calling the meeting, the utility of the proposed road, the i 1 CONC mportance of our action in the matter and the adoption of such prelimina 1 CONC ry steps as would be likely to insure a speedy completion of the work we 1 CONC re succinctly and forcibly explained by Mr. Shields. Henry C. Kaylor ma 1 CONC de some pertinent remarks in corroboration of Mr. Shiels [sp] statement 1 CONC s, impressing on the meeting the importance of the proposed road to Loret 1 CONC to and its vicinity, and to the north and north west portions of the count 1 CONC y. 1 CONT 1 CONT On motion it was: 1 CONT 1 CONT Resolved, That Patrick Shiels [sp], Peter J. Little and Henry A. Byrn 1 CONC e, be appointed a committee to take preliminary measures for opening subsc 1 CONC ription books for stock to said turnpike road company, to ascertain as f 1 CONC ar as possible the amount of stock likely to be so subscribed, and to repo 1 CONC rt to a meeting subsequently to be called by said committee, when it sha 1 CONC ll deem expedient. 1 CONT 1 CONT Resolved, That a minute of these proceedings by signed by the presiding of 1 CONC ficers and forwarded to the editor of the Mountain Sentinel for publicatio 1 CONC n. 1 CONT HENRY A. BYRNE, Chairman 1 CONT PETER CHRISTY, 1 CONT P.J. LITTLE Secretaries 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT -----Original Message----- 1 CONT From: JCTripp 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Sent: Fri, 27 Feb 2009 10:48 pm 1 CONT Subject: [PACAMBRI] John & Ann Byrne's child Henry 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT I was looking at the children of John & Ann Byrne and once again, I'm stu 1 CONC ck 1 CONT with just the first child on many posted family trees - Henry A. Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT Some posted trees have Henry born 1769 in Ireland and marrying Mary Ann 1 CONT Myers. The Portrait Cyclopedia from 1896 has a bio of Thomas T Byrne. 1 CONT excerpt below 1 CONT "John Byrne, the great-grandfather, was born in Ireland, and was the 1 CONT founder of the family in this country. He emigrated to America in 1795, 1 CONT bringing with him his three sons and five daughters, his wife having di 1 CONT in Ireland. He located near Loretto ... His children were: Henry, John, 1 CONT Thomas, Mrs. McGuire, Mrs. Levi, and Mrs. Platt. 1 CONT Thomas Byrne (grandfather) was born in Ireland, and, when a boy came wi 1 CONT his father to America. He assisted his father on the farm until he reach 1 CONC ed 1 CONT mature years, when he located on a farm in Carroll township, where he 1 CONT followed the pursuits of a farmer all his life. He died in 1832." 1 CONT 1 CONT Thanks to Lisa Baker, there is a cemetery list for St. Michael's, Loret 1 CONT that includes John Byrne. Thanks to Patti Snyder Becker, there is an onli 1 CONC ne 1 CONT photo of John's tombstone with inscription 1 CONT IHS 1 CONT Here Lieth the Body 1 CONT Of JOHN BYRNE 1 CONT Also The Body of 1 CONT his wife ANN. may 1 CONT They Rest in peace 1 CONT AMEN 1 CONT 1 CONT Here is the information I have on Henry A Byrne: 1 CONT 1 CONT Henry A Byrne, brother of Sarah Byrne, helped Sarah's father-in-law (Jo 1 CONT Platt) to obtain a pension for his service in the Revolutionary War. 1 CONT Some interesting points from that pension file: 1 CONT 1 CONT 1) In 1832, Henry tried to help John Platt with his application as he w 1 CONT in the area to obtain testimony to help a man from Morgan Co., VA, the sa 1 CONC me 1 CONT place as Henry's residence, in obtaining his pension. He returned to his 1 CONT residence in Virginia without helping John Platt complete the application. 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) In 1844, Henry testified as to the lateness of John Platt's applicatio 1 CONC n. 1 CONT Henry states he left Cambria County "as a boy in 1807" and has nearly ev 1 CONC er 1 CONT since resided elsewhere, except at short intervals. 1 CONT 1 CONT 3) A letter was dated Sept 7 Nov 1849 was addressed to Henry A Byrne, 1 CONT Loretto, Cambria Co Pa 1 CONT 1 CONT Putting some bits together in a timeline, I have 1 CONT 1 CONT 1810 12 Aug: Henry Byrne was a baptismal sponsor to BLATT, Elizabeth of 1 CONT John [Jr]/Sarah [Byrne] at St. Michael's Church, Loretto 1 CONT 1817 27 April: Henry Byrne was a baptismal sponsor to KEHLER, Elizabetha 1 CONT Anna of Petri/Agnes at St. Michael's Church, Loretto 1 CONT 1819 13 August: Henry A Byrne married Margaret Goulding in Berkeley Co 1 CONT Virginia 1 CONT 1820 Henry A. Byrne is found in the census in Town of Bath in Bath Twp, 1 CONT Morgan Co as 1 CONT Henry A. BYRMO [Byrne] 1 CONT 1 male 26-45 [1775-1794] 1 CONT 1 female 10-16 [1804-1810] 1 CONT 1 female 16-26 [1794-1804] 1 CONT Note that Morgan County Virginia was formed in March 1820 from parts of 1 CONT Berkeley and Hampshire counties in Virginia. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1823 26 February Henry Byrne and Margarita Byrne, his wife were baptism 1 CONT sponsors to ADAMS, Thomas of Thomae/Rachelis at St. Michael's Church, 1 CONT Loretto 1 CONT 1 CONT 1830 Man named "A. Henry Byrne" is found in the census in Town of Bath, 1 CONT Bath Twp, Morgan County as 1 CONT BYRNE A Henry 1 CONT 1 male 30-40 [1790-1800] 1 CONT 1 female < 5 [1825-1830] 1 CONT 1 female 5-10 [1820-1825] 1 CONT 2 females 20-30 [1800-1810] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1832 See above as Henry stops in Cambria Co on his way to Huntingd 1 CONC on Co to 1 CONT help a Morgan Co VA client with pension application. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1840 Henry A. Byrne is found in the census in "Morgan County and Town of 1 CONT Bath" as 1 CONT Henry A BYRNE 1 CONT 1 male < 5 [1835-1840] 1 CONT 1 male 30-40 [1800-1810] 1 CONT 1 female 5-10 [1830-1835] 1 CONT 1 female 10-15 [1825-1830] 1 CONT 1 female 15-20 [1820-1825] 1 CONT 1 female 40-50 [1790-1800] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1844 See above as Henry is in Cambria Co and this time actually halps Jo 1 CONC hn 1 CONT Platt apply for pension 1 CONT 1 CONT 1849 See above as mail is received for Henry with Loretto address 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Henry A Byrne is found in the census in Loretto, Allegheny Twp., 1 CONT Cambria Co., Pennsylvania as 1 CONT BYRNE, Henry A, 54; Lawyer; b PA 1 CONT Margaret, 50; b MD 1 CONT Victoria, 19; b PA 1 CONT Maria, 16; attending school; b blank 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Henry A Byrne is found in the census in Parkersburg, Wood Co. Virgin 1 CONC ia 1 CONT as 1 CONT BYRNE, Henry A, 64; value real estate: 2000, value personal estate: 10 1 CONC 0; 1 CONT Lawyer; b PA 1 CONT Margaret, 60; wife; b MD 1 CONT Victoria, 25; b VA 1 CONT Maria A, 23; b VA 1 CONT Richard E, 21; Clerk; b VA 1 CONT Note Parkersburg, Wood Co., Virginia is in that part of Virginia that 1 CONT became West Virginia in 1863. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Henry A Byrne is not found in the census, but Margaret Byrne is fou 1 CONC nd 1 CONT in the 8th Ward, Baltimore City, Maryland as 1 CONT BYRNE, Margaret, 71; Keeps house; b Maryland 1 CONT Victoria, 35; b Virginia 1 CONT Richard, 33; b Virginia 1 CONT 1877 26 June: Margaret Byrne, died in Baltimore City. I haven't seen an 1 CONT obit for this gal, so I don't know if she is wife of Henry A Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT Combining the information, I ask 1 CONT If Henry was born in Pennsylvania as he (or someone i the household) stat 1 CONC es 1 CONT in the census, he would certainly need a mother living in Pennsylvan 1 CONT 1796. Could it be that Ann Byrne did accompany her husband and childr 1 CONC en to 1 CONT Cambria Co and really is interred in St. Michael's cemetery as carved on 1 CONT the tombstone? 1 CONT The bio of Thoms T Byrne was published 100 years after the facts. Cou 1 CONC ld be 1 CONT some errors in this bio as there are in others, and of course, there are 1 CONT errors in the tombstone carvings as well. 1 CONT 1 CONT The date of birth of Henry as 1769 just might be typo of 1796. I didn't 1 CONT find a source for 1769, but I am just starting on this family, so mo 1 CONT Henry's information can unfold as his siblings are researched. Does anyo 1 CONC ne 1 CONT have a 1769 source? 1 CONT 1 CONT Is there a source for the marriage of Henry Byrne to Mary Ann Myers? So 1 CONT also post Mary Ann ___. 1 CONT Comments? Suggestions? Since Henry was a lawyer, it might be that he has 1 CONT some family information available in an obituary, perhaps in Parkersbur 1 CONT West Virginia. Will post more information as I find it. 1 CONT regards, Jane Tripp 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0068@ INDI 1 NAME Dorothy /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE JUL 1889 1 FAMS @F0064@ 1 FAMC @F0142@ 0 @I0069@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah Phoebe /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1784 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 MAY 1851 2 PLAC Blairsville, PA or Carroll Twp. 1 FAMS @F0058@ 1 FAMS @F0194@ 1 FAMC @F0104@ 1 NOTE @NI0069@ 0 @NI0069@ NOTE 1 CONC 1 CONT Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire Posted by: mary snyder hoffken (ID *****7762) 1 CONT Date: September 14, 2008 at 13:11:58 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by Brenda WALLACE of 1153 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda, another cousin of mine is also working on family history and a des 1 CONC cended from Mary Ann asked me the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT How sure are we that the Michael McGuire that got Sarah Ann Byrne pregna 1 CONC nt is Michael Joseph McGuire? I assume that it is he because he was 16 a 1 CONC nd she was 17. His older brother married her older sister. So they saw o 1 CONC ne another and they lived near one another, and although in those days th 1 CONC ey had responsibilities as adults they were still unworldly hormonal kid 1 CONC s. However, there was another Michael McGuire son of Barnabas McGuire th 1 CONC at lived in Huntington, which is not that far from Loretto, but he was old 1 CONC er and married. 1 CONT 1 CONT I knew about the Souvenir of Loretto but I did not know about the other bo 1 CONC ok Catholic Trails West you referenced. I really appreciate your sharing y 1 CONC our knowledge with me. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Posted by: Brenda WALLACE (ID *****3557) 1 CONT Date: September 15, 2008 at 05:56:16 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken of 11 1 CONC 53 1 CONT 1 CONT The Michael from Huntingdon was the husband of Michael Joseph's older sist 1 CONC er. If he was having an illegitamite child, I think it would have caused q 1 CONC uite an uproar. But I do not think we have concrete proof and I don't kn 1 CONC ow how to find it. When Michael Joseph died in Baltimore in 1835 he did n 1 CONC ot mention any children, nor did there seem to be any deeds involving a 1 CONC ny children. Michael's wife Margaret got everything. So no proof there. Mi 1 CONC chael of Huntingdon left a bible record, but it does not include any Ma 1 CONC ry Ann. Likewise, no mention of her in the settlement of his estate. I don 1 CONC 't know where to look for confirmation. Sorry I can't be more definative f 1 CONC or you. 1 CONT 1 CONT Posted by: mary snyder hoffken (ID *****7762) 1 CONT Date: September 29, 2008 at 19:56:10 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by Brenda WALLACE of 1153 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda, Can you tell me when you think Michael McGuire Jr was born and w 1 CONC ho was his mother? The 1717 seems out of place. 1 CONT 1 CONT Also, I have looked at all the Ledoux entries as well as others and alo 1 CONC ng with your well studied opinion, I have come to agree that Mary Ann w 1 CONC as the illigimate daughter of Michael Joseph McGuire and Sarah Byrnes. I g 1 CONC uess you have read Catholic Trails West, vol 2. I thought it interesting t 1 CONC hat Sarah Byrnes was listed with Michael McGuire and Mary Ann pg 693 and t 1 CONC hen with Michael McGuire and with John Platt on page 715. 1 CONT 1 CONT Posted by: Brenda WALLACE (ID *****3557) 1 CONT Date: October 01, 2008 at 05:31:23 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken of 11 1 CONC 53 1 CONT 1 CONT I do not know about any places where Michael might have served in the wa 1 CONC r. I just never followed up that angle. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cornelius was the son of Andrew who died in Frederick Co., MD in 1784. I b 1 CONC elieve Andrew was a brother of Michael sr but I have no evidence to suppo 1 CONC rt that. 1 CONT 1 CONT Bartholomew seems to first show up in DEL as an indentured servant. He lat 1 CONC er settles in the West Twp Huntingdon Co area. His son Michael married Ca 1 CONC pt Michael's daughter Patience. I can find no connections between these fa 1 CONC milies except the marriage. Bartholomew does not seem to have ever been th 1 CONC ru MD and I have no evidence that Capt Mike was in West twp. But the ki 1 CONC ds had to meet somehow!! MIchael and Patience's first child was baptiz 1 CONC ed at Conewago Chapel in Adams Co., PA. This is just across the border fr 1 CONC om Taneytown area. I can't figure out how with Michael growing up in Hunti 1 CONC ngdon and Patience's family moving to Cambria about 7 years before the bir 1 CONC th of their first child, how she was baptized at Conewago? Did Conewago se 1 CONC nd out a circuit rider? Did Michael and Patience travel back to Taneyto 1 CONC wn area? What a mystery? 1 CONT 1 CONT I suppose Bartholomew could be a brother of Michael sr but I have no evide 1 CONC nce. If he was and he was indentured in Del. then maybe the brothers ca 1 CONC me to Philadelphia and Bartholomew was bought by some farmer in Del. and M 1 CONC ichael was bought by John Lemmon in Adams Co., PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT So many mysteries. I love this hobby. 1 CONT Posted by: Brenda WALLACE (ID *****3557) 1 CONT Date: November 22, 2008 at 06:36:13 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken of 11 1 CONC 53 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi, 1 CONT 1 CONT There was no will. Here is the timeline with references for all the docume 1 CONC ntation. Unfortunately I did not make copies but rather abstracted. To g 1 CONC et copies you would have to write to the varies courthouses. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1793 (Carousso, Guide to Decedents Estates; Will Book One 1787-1807 --pa 1 CONC ge 65) letters of administration for Michael McGuire estate of Franksto 1 CONC wn Twp granted 12/3/1793. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1795 Estate records of Michael McGuire and guardianship of Michael, son.[S 1 CONC omerset Co., PA orphan's court No. 7-1795] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1803 Cambria Co., Orphans Court. May term 1803 Petition of Thomas B. Durb 1 CONC in and Mary his wife, late Mary McGuire: names widow Rachel and children M 1 CONC ary, Luke, Richard, Patience wife of Michael McGuire of Shavers Creek, Rut 1 CONC h, Appolance, and Michael all as heirs of Michael of Allegheny Twp. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1805 April 15 Luke and Margaret; Richard and Eleanor; Michael and Patienc 1 CONC e; James Maghen and Appolonia; Michael Jr. sell to Thomas and Mary Durb 1 CONC in land called "McGuire Bridge" 190a warranted 1/19/1793. Adj. Michael a 1 CONC nd Rachel White and Michael McGuire. [Cambria Co., PA deeds 1-327] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1805 April 17 Heirs of Michael McGuire sell to Michael and Patience McGui 1 CONC re 171a part of patent to Michael Jr. and adj. Richard. [Cambria Co., PA d 1 CONC eeds 2-424] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1805 April 17 Michael McGuire's heirs to Michael Jr. 171 a adj. Richard,pa 1 CONC rt of patent to Mike Jr. 1/19/1793 [Cambria Co., PA deeds 109-30] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1811 Jan. 25 Richard and Luke McGuire sell to Henry Cooper 107 a part of H 1 CONC ibernia on Clearfield Creek adj. Daniel Delozier, Thomas Smith, Peter Burg 1 CONC oon, Philip Cooper. Part of warrant to Jacob Good on Nov. 15, 1785.Deed 1 CONC ed to Richard and patented on Sept. 11, 1809 Patent book H. vol.1-752. [Ca 1 CONC mbria Co., PA deeds 1-218] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1813 April 10 Deed names all the heirs of Michael McGuire selling 10 1 CONC 0a to James C. Maguire of Ebensburg adj. Thomas Durbin, James Mageehan, An 1 CONC drew McFarland, and Rev. Gallitzin [Cambria Co., PA deeds 2-6] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1813 May 10 Luke and Margaret McGuire and Richard and Eleanor McGuire se 1 CONC ll to Rev. Demetruis Gallitzin 410a on Clearfield Creek patent March 5,18 1 CONC 12 to Luke patent book H vol. 6-690 and 402a patent on same day to Richa 1 CONC rd book H vol. 6-692. adj. Luke, Roman Catholic Church, Dr. Brownson, Jo 1 CONC hn Wickland. [Cambria Co., PA deed 1-329 and 2-562] 1 CONT 1 CONT Hope this helps Brenda 1 CONT Posted by: mary snyder hoffken (ID *****7762) 1 CONT Date: July 27, 2008 at 13:51:40 1 CONT of 1153 1 CONT 1 CONT I know this subject must have been discussed before, but I would apprecia 1 CONC te any help. I am trying to fill out a DAR application and I am stuck at M 1 CONC ary Ann daughter of Sara Byrne. I have the Platt tree that lists h 1 CONC er as a Platt, but I understand that she may have been the daughter of Mic 1 CONC hael Joseph McGuire, son of Michael McGuire. 1 CONT 1 CONT I am decended from her daughter Lucinda Luther Snyder. 1 CONT 1 CONT Posted by: Brenda WALLACE (ID *****3557) 1 CONT Date: July 28, 2008 at 05:35:57 1 CONT In Reply to: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken 1 CONT of 1153 1 CONT 1 CONT She was indeed the dau. of Michael McGuire and Sara Ann Byrne. They nev 1 CONC er married and she later married John Platt who raised Mary Ann. Maybe the 1 CONC se notes will help. A careful study of the church records including sponso 1 CONC rs will show her using both Plat and McGuire, I think. But I suppose the b 1 CONC est evidence is her tombstone and age. 1 CONT 1 CONT Birth record parents Michael McGuire and Sara Byrne [special note: Prin 1 CONC ce Gallitzen only puts mother's last name on records of couples who are n 1 CONC ot married] 1 CONT Marriage record says Mary Ann Byrne. 1 CONT I believe she was raised by John Platt. 1820 John has a female b. 1804-18 1 CONC 10 living with him. 1 CONT 1870 Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA Mary Ann 67; Victoria 23 1 CONT Tombstone at St. Benedict's Cemetery. Our Mother (Cross shown with IHS)MA 1 CONC RY ANN Wife of JOHN LUTHER DIED April 10, 1880 Aged 76 years, 7 mo 1 CONC s. & 18 ds. May she rest in peace amen. 1 CONT Birth according to stone, Aug. 23, 1803. Birth according to baptism reco 1 CONC rd 9/1803. 1 CONT ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ************************************************************************** 1 CONC **************** 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Received the following from Beth Rykhus on 8 Feb 2009 1 CONT This one has a lot of mystery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael Joseph McGuire, son of Michael and Rachel (Brown) McGuire, was bo 1 CONC rn and died in Maryland. b. April 08, 1785, d. June 07, 1835 in Baltimor 1 CONC e, Baltimore County, Maryland. Sometime in between those dates, he w 1 CONC as in Cambria County. 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael was the brother to Richard McGuire who married Eleanor Byrne, sist 1 CONC er of Sarah. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sarah Byrne and Michael McGuire may not have married, yet had a child, Ma 1 CONC ry Ann McGuire, b. September 1803 in Loretto and d. June 12, 1872 in Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary Ann McGuire Platt. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 3, # 00058 McGuire, Maria Anna (Michael/Sara Byrn 1 CONC e) b. 09-__-1803 bp. 09-__-1803 gp: omitted DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 139 1 CONT Mary Ann is listed with parents Michael McGuire and Sarah Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT 9/23/1821: Mary Anne, d. of Michael, is named as godparent (along with Hen 1 CONC ry Bender and Sarah Byrne) to Henry Byrne, b. August 19, 1821. 1 CONT 1 CONT 04-07-1824: Mary Ann is named as godparent (along with Daniel Walte 1 CONC r) to James Leavy, s. of Michael and Mary, b. March 24, 1824. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 187: 1 CONT McGuire, Mary (of Michael and Sarah) b. Sept. 1803 d. June 12, 1872 1 CONT [Probably never married.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael married a Margaret [mnu] and had 4 children between 1810 and 182 1 CONC 5. So Sarah and Michael could have married and divorced, or were never ma 1 CONC rried, probably the later. Sarah married John Platt in 1809. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Michael McGuire 1 CONT 1 CONT December 27, 1801: Michael and Apollonia McGuire [siblings of Patience] a 1 CONC re named as godparents to Rachel McGuire, daughter, of Michael and Patien 1 CONC ce [McGuire] McGuire. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899) 1 CONT p. 139, MCGUIRE Michael and Sarah Byrne. Mary Ann. (1803.) 1 CONT p. 140, MCGUIRE Michael and Margaret _____. Ellen, John, Timothy, Margar 1 CONC et Jane. (1810-25.) 1 CONT 1 CONT It is suggested that Michael McGuire was the first husband of Sarah Byr 1 CONC ne who later married John Platt Jr. and that Mary Ann Platt of the Platt/L 1 CONC uther family was actually M. McGuire's child who was then raised by John P 1 CONC latt Jr. 1 CONT Later data would suggest Michael and Sarah never married. 1 CONT 1 CONT Huntingdon County., Pennsylvania Orphans Court May term 1803 named as he 1 CONC ir of Michael McGuire of Allegheny Township. 1 CONT 1 CONT September, 1803: Named in baptism records of Mary Ann McGuire, daughter. 1 CONT 1 CONT Allegheny Tax list 1808 does not show in 1810,1811, 1814,1815,1816. Not su 1 CONC re if this is the guy. [From Gregory Ryan] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1810 Census, Cambria Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 145b 3 McGUIRE, Michel 00010 - 00100 (1 male, 1 female) 1 CONT 1 CONT 2/4/1810: Michael McGuire is still in town for a baptism 1 CONT [From Jane Tripp] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1812 Liquor licenses: 1 CONT Return of Cambria County Retailers Liquors by small in – sures: (tear in p 1 CONC aper) 1 CONT Michael McGuire 1 CONT Abram Mooney 1 CONT William R. Williams 1 CONT John Thomas 1 CONT Thomas James 1 CONT Obstruction on the highways – None 1 CONT Deer killed out of season – None (tear in paper – it could have been one.) 1 CONT Bastrd children born – None 1 CONT Negro or Malatio Slaves None 1 CONT June the 1st 1812 David Todd, Constable 1 CONT 1 CONT 1824 Michael Maguire, carpenter lives on Holliday St. west side south of P 1 CONC leasant. [Directories prior to 1824 need to be checked to see when Micha 1 CONC el arrived in Baltimore] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1828 Michael J. and Margaret of Baltimore sell to Luke McGuire for $1 la 1 CONC nd called Boot in Allegheny Township. patented 12/22/1813 book 10 pg. 30 1 CONC 3. Deed 5/5/1828 Cambria County., Pennsylvania deeds 3-437. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1830 6th ward, Baltimore County., MD Michael J. McGuire 20101 10102 1 CONT 1 CONT 1833 Michael J. Maguire/McGuire lives on Holliday St. south of Pleasant a 1 CONC nd has a shop at 50 N. Gay St. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1840 6th ward, Baltimore County., MD Margaret Maguire 010011 0111101 1 CONT 1 CONT 1835 Margaret Maguire begins to administer the estate of Michael. There a 1 CONC re no children mentioned in any of the references. There were 5 lots list 1 CONC ed in the inventory. There are no deeds showing the sell of this land. [B 1 CONC altimore County., MD Administration Accounts vol. 34-130; Baltimore Count 1 CONC y, MD administration accounts vol. 42-12; Baltimore County., MD inventori 1 CONC es vol. 44-391 and 45-481] 1 CONT 1 CONT The numbers in the census might suggest that Michael and Margaret had fo 1 CONC ur children born between 1800-1810. The numbers for 1820 show that the t 1 CONC wo males have probably died. The girls however were born between1804-18 1 CONC 10 and 1794-1804. This fits with the 1810 dates. By 1830 there is a you 1 CONC ng family living with Michael and Margaret. The dates do not seem to wo 1 CONC rk for anyone. Both Michael and Margaret seem too young. Also we know th 1 CONC at Margaret had a boarding house by 1837. Quite possibly she ran this boa 1 CONC rding house long before this time and the census reflect boarders and no c 1 CONC hildren. I have looked in the baptisms of the Assumption of the Blessed V 1 CONC irgin Mary and found no McGuires married or born in the right time fra 1 CONC me to be children of Michael and Margaret. Neither could I find Micha 1 CONC el or Margaret sponsoring any children in this time frame. There were oth 1 CONC er churches in the area and perhaps Michael and Margaret actually attend 1 CONC ed a congregation who shared the cemetery of the Assumption church. A 1 CONC ll the surviving church records need to be checked carefully. The cemete 1 CONC ry lot at Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Mulber 1 CONC ry and Cathedral Sts. might show who was buried near Michael and Margar 1 CONC et and give leads to possible children. Also the city directories might sh 1 CONC ow who was living at 58 Holiday in1847. This person might have been the h 1 CONC eir of Margaret. Using this name in the deeds might turn up some useful i 1 CONC nformation. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Sarah Byrne 1 CONT [bcr note: I have found nothing that indicates her middle name is Phoebe.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 139 (See notes for husbands, Michael Mc 1 CONC Guire and John Platt.) 1 CONT 1 CONT September, 1803: Named in baptism records of Mary Ann McGuire, daughter. 1 CONT 1 CONT October 6, 1805: Philip Noon and Sarah Byrne [sister of Eleanor], daught 1 CONC er of John, were named as godparents to Agnes McGuire, daughter of Richa 1 CONC rd and Eleanor [Byrne] McGuire. 1 CONT [Sarah's married surname would be McGuire if she and Michael married. W 1 CONC hy is she not using it? Another indication that perhaps she and Michael n 1 CONC ever married.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 6/1807: Sarah is using the Byrne name at baptism of nephew Demetrius. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1809: Sarah Byrne marries John Platt Jr. 1 CONT [From Jane Tripp] 1 CONT 1 CONT *1840 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Sarah Byrns (1 male, 2 females) 1 CONT 1 CONT *Sarah Byrne was listed on the St. Joseph's Church Subscription List, 1829 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT *[bcr note: I do not think this is Sarah Phoebe Byrne as she would have d 1 CONC efinitely been a Platt by this time.] 1 CONT 1 CONT My info is from the pension file of John Platt Sr. Sara Platt testifies th 1 CONC at her brother is Henry A Byrne & that she married John Jr. in 1809. The B 1 CONC yrne family researchers tell me they are indeed siblings, & children of Jo 1 CONC hn Byrne of Ireland. 1 CONT I haven't looked at her date of death, but I know she died before her husb 1 CONC and John Jr. I found the will of John Jr. & posted to the list, have h 1 CONC ad a terrible time posting to the Cambria website under the obit categor 1 CONC y. I also looked at the Cyclopedic Encyclopedia of Cambria County for a st 1 CONC arting point. (This book is on-line at the Cambria site.) for the Byrne fa 1 CONC mily. [Jane Tripp] 1 CONT 1 CONT Wylie's Biographical & Portrait Cyclopedia of Cambria County, p. 231 1 CONT John Byrne, the great-grandfather, was born in Ireland, and was the found 1 CONC er of the family in this country. He emigrated to America in 1795, bringi 1 CONC ng with him his three sons and five daughters, his wife having died in Ire 1 CONC land. He located near Loretto, on what is now known as the Flick farm, a 1 CONC nd engaged in farming. He was one of the very early settlers of this count 1 CONC y, locating here previous to Father Gallitzin, who was a pioneer in Cambr 1 CONC ia county. His children were: Henry, John, Thomas, **Mrs. McGuire, Mrs. Le 1 CONC vi, and Mrs. Platt. 1 CONT 1 CONT **Mrs. McGuire = Eleanor, Mrs. Levi = Catherine, Mrs. Platt = Sarah. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol III, p. 256, #5595 PLOTT, Sarah d. 05-15-1851 67 year 1 CONC s, making her dob 1784. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for John Platt, Jr 1 CONT 1 CONT May 21, 1804: John and Catherine Platt [siblings of Henry] were named as g 1 CONC odparents to Elizabeth Platt, daughter of Henry and Phoebe [Miller] Platt. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899): 1 CONT p. 150 Platt, John and Sarah _____. Elizabeth, James, Michael Joseph, Ma 1 CONC ry Ann, Agnes, Ellen Ann, John Chrysostom, Margaret, Mary Matilda. (1810- 1 CONC 26.) [Mary Ann is actually the daughter of Sarah and Michael McGuire, rai 1 CONC sed by John Platt.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1820 Allegheny Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania 300010 2101 1 CONT 1 CONT 1830 Census, Susquehanna Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania: 1 CONT Plott, John, 1 male, age 10-15; 2 males, age 15-20; 1 male, age 40-50; 1 f 1 CONC emale, age under 5; 2 females, age 10-15; 1 female, age 15-20, 1 female, a 1 CONC ge 40-50. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT Line 5 1 CONT John PLOTT, age 67, farmer, assets $4000, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah A., age 67, b. Penn 1 CONT Elizabeth, age 40, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT p. 188, Line 3 1 CONT John PLATT, age 76, farmer, assets $1500/300, b. Penn 1 CONT Elizabeth, age 40 [sic], house keeper, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT [From Jane Tripp, April 6, 2003] 1 CONT Just found a bit more info on the John PLATT family of Cambria Count 1 CONC y. I am trying (without much success) to post the will of John Pla 1 CONC tt Jr to the PACAMBRIA site. Hope to accomplish this by next week. 1 CONT John Jr left Cambria County for Westmoreland County Pennsylvania after h 1 CONC is wife Sarah Byrne Platt died. Not sure exactly when he moved to Westmor 1 CONC eland County, but in the 1870 (June 29, 1870) census he was in Derry Towns 1 CONC hip, Blairsville PO living with daughter Elizabeth Platt (age 50) All resi 1 CONC ded on the family farm of daughter Agnes (age 45) and her husband Willi 1 CONC am WARNOCK (age 44) The will was written April 29, 1871 and proved Apr 1 CONC il 2, 1872. According to the Vignos work, John Jr is buried at St. Simon a 1 CONC nd St. Jude Church Cemetery, Blairsville, Derry Township, Westmoreland Cou 1 CONC nty Pennsylvania. No tombstone or record could be found. 1 CONT John Platt's will was written April 29, 1871 and proved April 2, 187 1 CONC 2. I am assuming that "proved" means he died sometime just before or on A 1 CONC pril 2, 1872. (if incorrect, please let me know) 1 CONT John Jr. cuts out most of his children in the will, leaving extra mon 1 CONC ey to Elizabeth and putting her in charge of paying for the funeral. He d 1 CONC id not stipulate a tombstone and the Vignos researchers of this Platt fami 1 CONC ly couldn't find one, so I quess Elizabeth bought a really nice black dre 1 CONC ss with Daddy's money. 1 CONT Based on only this will and this 1780 census (age 86 at his last birth 1 CONC day), we have John Platt Jr, son of John Platt Sr. (1784- 1872). Since t 1 CONC he Vignos work has John Jr. dying about 1862-67, I have a small hope th 1 CONC at they might not have looked at the church records as late as 1872. He 1 CONC re is the will as I'm not sure when it will be posted to the site. Next st 1 CONC ep - to look at church records in Westmoreland County. 1 CONT If the witness named below, James Donnelly or Richard Sloan, are in your l 1 CONC ine, please email me off list. 1 CONT 1 CONT No 27-1872 1 CONT Will of John Platt Sr 1 CONT Derry Tp. 1 CONT 3039 1 CONT Will of John Platt Sr. Derry Township Westmoreland County April t 1 CONC he 29 th 1871 I will that all my just debts as shall be by me Owi 1 CONC ng at my death together with my funeral expenses and all charges touchi 1 CONC ng the proving of otherwise concerning this my will shall in the first pla 1 CONC ce out my personal estate and 1 CONT effects be fully paid and satisfied, 1 CONT In the first I do leave to my daughter Elizabeth all my household goods a 1 CONC nd property for or in part for her services together with one cow. 1 CONT To my son Michael J Platt I give and bequeath the sum of two thousand doll 1 CONC ars In money with the noat of seven hundred dollars to go in as part p 1 CONC ay in his legasy. 1 CONT Also I will to my daughter Mary Matilda the wife of John M. Weakland the s 1 CONC um of two thousand dollars after my demise 1 CONT I do bequeath also to my daughter Elizabeth the sum of six hundred and for 1 CONC ty dollars with this for my funeral expenses shall be taken out, and s 1 CONC he is to claim the remainder Don according to my will and testament 1 CONT And lastly my express will and maining is I do hereby order and appoint th 1 CONC at if any difference dispute or controversy shall be moved arise or happ 1 CONC en concerning any gift or bequest in this my will given and bequeathed exp 1 CONC ressed or contained That then no suit or suits in law or equity or otherwi 1 CONC se shall be brought commenced or prosecuted for and concerning the same b 1 CONC ut the same shall be referred wholly to the award order and determinati 1 CONC on of my friends 1 CONT John Platt Sr. X (his Mark) 1 CONT Wit 1 CONT James Donnelly 1 CONT Richard Sloan 1 CONT John C. Platt 1 CONT All three of Westmoreland County and state of Pennsylvania and what they o 1 CONC rder direct And determine therin shall be binding and conclusive to all a 1 CONC nd every person or persons therein concerned 1 CONT April 2nd Legally proved and approve same day recorded 1 CONT 1 CONT I have some information on the will of John Platt. This transcribed inform 1 CONC ation states: 1 CONT "After all debts were paid, 529.90 was distributed to 1 CONT Henry Platt $476.58; 1 CONT Henry A Byrne $53.32 1 CONT Edward Hutchinson, Jr 1 CONT Administrator of Estate" 1 CONT [Jane Tripp] 1 CONT 1 CONT Platt family history has that John & Sarah had 8 children. Here is the li 1 CONC st from the Platt family history: 1 CONT (written in March, 1897) 1 CONT John Platt son of the Revolutioner had eight children - five girls and thr 1 CONC ee boys 1 CONT viz Lizzy 88 dead, 1 CONT James 86 dead, 1 CONT Michael my father 84 living, 1 CONT Agnes 82 living, 1 CONT Ellen 80 living, 1 CONT John 78 living, 1 CONT Margaret 76 dead, 1 CONT Lizzie 72 living. 1 CONT The information seems correct except that it should read "MICHAEL, MY UNCL 1 CONC E, LIVING.... 1 CONT This letter lists the children by their nicknames, the info is not from t 1 CONC he baptismal records. Note that Mary Ann is not listed. This is the docume 1 CONC nt that led me to start (I'm still working on it) to look at Mary A 1 CONC nn & if see who her father was. (Jane Tripp) 1 CONT 1 CONT Letter from C. C. Plat to Valentine Devinny. From the files of Joe Wagne 1 CONC r, Canton, Ohio. Notes: 1. Additional information added in [ ] 2. Grandfat 1 CONC her of C. C. Platt is John Platt Jr. son of John the Revolution 1 CONC er 3. C. C. seems to be combining John Platt the Revolutioner with his s 1 CONC on John Jr. 4. All listed children are for John Platt Jr. Wildwood Sprin 1 CONC gs January 5, 1897 V. Devinny In reply to your letter written to Annie Gla 1 CONC ss which she handed me C.C. Platt my grandfather's name was John Platt [Jr 1 CONC .], who was born in Germany to the best of my knowledge. My mother show 1 CONC ed me a Catholic (German) Prayer book - that he could not read Englis 1 CONC h. He had four daughters of which one is dead - and three sons - two are l 1 CONC iving and my father is dead. The ages of the youngest of his childr 1 CONC en is 83 while the oldest could be 92. The Grandfather died abo 1 CONC ut 25 or 30 years ago. A few years before his death he moved from Cambr 1 CONC ia County to West Moreland County where he died and was buried. [Referen 1 CONC ce is to John, Jr.] His occupation was farming. Do not know whether he w 1 CONC as in Revolutionary War but can find this out and all other particulars co 1 CONC ncerning his life if this proves to be the man you have reference - if the 1 CONC re is any information so let me know. 1 CONT C.C. Platt, Wildwood Spring, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT Second and final letter from C. C. Platt to Valentine Devinny: 1 CONT Notes: 1 CONT 1. 1. Additional information added in [ ] 1 CONT 2. 2. Letter is written one page, two columns. Format changed to fit curre 1 CONC nt page margins. 1 CONT 3. 3. James John Platt, father of C. C. Platt deceased when C. C. was youn 1 CONC g. C. C. lived with Michael Platt after the death of his father. 1 CONT 1 CONT Wildwood Springs March 16, 1897 1 CONT V. Devinny 1 CONT Dear Sir. As I promised to write you on my return from the North of the Co 1 CONC unty after seeing my Aunt and Uncle. They said they did not know where Jo 1 CONC hn Platt the referred Revolutioner was born whether in this count 1 CONC ry or in Germany. He was married twice, but don't think he had any childr 1 CONC en to the last wife. But he had five to his first wife viz John, Joseph, H 1 CONC enry, Mary and Catherine. John married Mary Burns, Joseph married Sarah Cr 1 CONC ise, Henry went west and his marriage is unknown to us. Mary married Willi 1 CONC am Ryans, Catherine married Michael Brown. John Platt son of the Revolutio 1 CONC ner had eight children - five girls and three boys viz Lizzy 88 dead, Jam 1 CONC es 86 dead, [ Father of C. C. Platt] Michael my father 84 living, [Unc 1 CONC le of C. C. Platt] Agnes 82 living, Ellen 80 living, John 78 living, Marga 1 CONC ret 76 dead, Lizzie 72 living. Joseph Platt had three sons and one daught 1 CONC er viz Joseph, Vincent, Thomas and Catherine [ Elizabeth, Jerome] not know 1 CONC ing their ages as they moved away westward from here after the death of th 1 CONC eir father and mother and I do not know whether they married or not. Ma 1 CONC ry and Catherine were married here but moved westward and do not know whet 1 CONC her they had any children or not. John Platt the Revolutioner went blind f 1 CONC ourteen years before his death and died at his son Joseph's at the a 1 CONC ge of 104 years and was laid to rest at Harts Sleeping Place at St. Josep 1 CONC hs Cemetery. This information was obtained from Michael Platt a grand s 1 CONC on of the Revolutioner John Platt. I will now close my letter and if th 1 CONC is proves to be unsatisfactory please write for further information. Hopi 1 CONC ng to hear from you I remain with respect 1 CONT C C Platt Wildwood Springs Cambria County Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT [bcr note: C. C. Platt = Celestine Cosmos Platt] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Sarah Phoebe Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Sarah Phoebe Byrne b: 17 1 CONC 84 d: May 15, 1851 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Michael Joseph McGuire b: April 08, 17 1 CONC 85 d: June 07, 1835 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Ann McGuire b: September 1803 d: April 1 1 CONC 0, 1880 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +John W. Luther b: April 29, 18 1 CONC 00 d: June 23, 1862 1 CONT 1 CONT *2nd Husband of Sarah Phoebe Byrn 1 CONC e: 1 CONT 1 CONT . +John Platt, Jr b: Abt. 1783 d: Be 1 CONC t. 1862 - 1867 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Elizabeth Platt b: June 15, 1810 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 James John Platt b: December 07, 18 1 CONC 11 d: March 1862 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Rachel Farrell b: May 15, 18 1 CONC 26 d: October 27, 1892 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Michael Joseph Platt b: January 29, 18 1 CONC 13 d: October 16, 1902 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Emily 'Amelia' Ann Farrell b: August 04, 18 1 CONC 23 d: September 09, 1872 1 CONT 1 CONT ... *2nd Wife of Michael Joseph Platt: 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Sarah Cate Rager b: Abt. 1847 d: March 27, 189 1 CONC 5 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes Platt b: May 28, 1815 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +William Warnock 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Eleanor Ann Platt b: July 06, 18 1 CONC 17 d: June 20, 1898 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Richard Sloane b: March 17, 1815 d: Dec 1 CONC ember 30, 1887 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 John Chrysostom Platt b: September 08, 18 1 CONC 19 d: February 24, 1867 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Catherine Weakland b: August 27, 18 1 CONC 27 d: March 22, 1885 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Margaret Platt b: June 08, 1822 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Matilda Platt b: May 19, 1826 d: De 1 CONC cember 04, 1902 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +John Michael Weakland b: January 17, 18 1 CONC 25 d: September 24, 1903 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Cyclopedia of Cambria County 1 CONT 1 CONT Will of John Platt 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Benedict's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT 1 CONT Return of Cambria County Retailers Liquors 1 CONT Correspondence - Jane C. Tripp 1 CONT 1 CONT Correspondence - James Rosenbaum 1 CONT Correspondence - John R. Conrad 1 CONT Correspondence - Brenda Wallace 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Correspondence - Jean Sharbaugh 1 CONT 1 CONT Correspondence - Dorothy Schendel [now deceased] 1 CONT World Connect - Marianne Martin 1 CONT WFT Vol. 07 - #3810, Brenda Wallace 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Noreen McFadden. 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT World Connect - Robert Walsh 1 CONT 1 CONT Message Board - Diane Dunlap 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT This Sarah Byrne is brother of Henry S. Byrne of Virginia 1 CONT 1 CONT The following was posted by Brenda Wallace wallace@@ccia.com on May 15, 200 1 CONC 1 1 CONT Here is a time line on Michael Joseph McGuire 1785-1835 for any research 1 CONC er who might be inte rested in this family.1785 Michael born in Frederi 1 CONC ck Co., MD1788 Michael moved to Cambri a Co., PA area with his family.18 1 CONC 03 Huntingdon Co., PA Orphans Court May term 1803 named a s heir of Micha 1 CONC el McGuire of Allegheny Twp.1803 birth of Mary Ann McGuire daughter of Mic 1 CONC hae l and Sara Byrne. There is no marriage record for Michael and Sara Byr 1 CONC ne. Later data would su ggest they never married. [I have more data on Sa 1 CONC ra and Mary Ann]1808 Allegheny Tax list Mic hael does not show in 1810,181 1 CONC 1, 1814,1815,1816. I am not sure this Michael is the right one. 1810 spons 1 CONC ors child of Patrick and Appollonia Burke.1810 Baltimore Co., MD M. McGui 1 CONC re 2001 0 20001 a Daniel Delozier was living two doors away with numbers 0 1 CONC 0101 0001 The 1810 number s do not work well. Might not be Michael. Micha 1 CONC el does not appear to be living with his mothe r in Cambria in 1810.1820 6 1 CONC th ward, Baltimore Co., MD Michael McGuire 00001 01111824 Michae l Maguir 1 CONC e, carpenter lives on Holliday St. west side south of Pleasant. [Directori 1 CONC es prior t o 1824 need to be check to see when Michael arrived in Baltimor 1 CONC e]1828 Michael J. and Margare t of Baltimore sell to Luke McGuire for $1 l 1 CONC and called Boot in Allegheny Twp. patented 12/22/ 1813 book 10 pg. 303. De 1 CONC ed 5/5/1828 Cambria Co., PA deeds 3-437. [Further deed work needs t o be d 1 CONC one in order to tighten up Michael's actual move Baltimore.1830 6th war 1 CONC d, Baltimore Co ., MD Michael J. McGuire 20101 101021833 Michael J. Maguir 1 CONC e/McGuire lives on Holliday St. so uth of Pleasant and has a sh 1 CONC op at 50 N. Gay St.1835 June 8 Michael McGuire buried Basillic a of the As 1 CONC sumption of Blessed Virgin Mary.1835 Margaret Maguire begins to administ 1 CONC er the es tate of Michael. There are no children mentioned in any of the r 1 CONC eferences. There were 5 lot s listed in the inventory. There are no dee 1 CONC ds showing the sell of this land. [Baltimore Co. , MD Administration Accou 1 CONC nts vol. 34-130; Baltimore Co, MD administration accounts vol. 42-12 ; Bal 1 CONC timore Co., MD inventories vol. 44-391 and 45-481]1840 6th ward, Baltimo 1 CONC re Co., MD Marg aret Maguire 010011 0111101The numbers in the census mig 1 CONC ht suggest that Michael and Margare t had four children born between 1800- 1 CONC 1810. The numbers for 1820 show that the two males hav e probably died. T 1 CONC he girls however were born between 1804-1810 and 1794-1804. This fits w 1 CONC it h the 1810 dates. By 1830 there is a young family living with Michael a 1 CONC nd Margaret. The date s do not seem to work for anyone. Both Michael and M 1 CONC argaret seem too young. Also we know tha t Margaret had a boarding hou 1 CONC se by 1837. Quite possibly she ran this boarding house long befo re this t 1 CONC ime and the census reflect boarders and no children. I have looked in t 1 CONC he baptisms o f the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and found no McG 1 CONC uires married or born in the righ t time frame to be children of Michael a 1 CONC nd Margaret. Neither could I find Michael or Margare t sponsoring any chil 1 CONC dren in this time frame. There were other churches in the area and per 1 CONC ha ps Michael and Margaret actually attended a congregation who shared t 1 CONC he cemetery of the Assum ption church. All the surviving church records ne 1 CONC ed to be checked carefully. The cemetery lo t at Basilica of the Assumpti 1 CONC on of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Mulberry and Catherdral Sts. mi ght sh 1 CONC ow who was buried near Michael and Margaret and give leads to possible chi 1 CONC ldren. Also t he city directories might show who was living at 58 Holid 1 CONC ay in 1847. This person might have b een the heir of Margaret. Using th 1 CONC is name in the deeds might turn up some useful information. This shows th 1 CONC at there are still a few gaps in the history of Michael Joseph, however th 1 CONC er e are no doubts that this is the son of Capt. Michael and that he liv 1 CONC ed and died in Baltimore . Did he go to Baltimore with the Daniel Delozi 1 CONC er who was living just one house away? Did h e marry before going to Balti 1 CONC more?I will be happy to entertain comments, corrections, and a dditio 1 CONC ns to Michael Joseph. 0 @I0070@ INDI 1 NAME Eleanor Ann /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1782 2 PLAC St. Mary's Lane, Dublin, Ireland 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 AUG 1855 2 PLAC Loretto, PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Michael's Cemetery, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0026@ 1 FAMC @F0104@ 1 NOTE @NI0070@ 0 @NI0070@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus 7 Feb 2009 1 CONT Please note that the number of the child reflects Michael as child 4. 1 CONT 1 CONT Eleanor Ann Byrne b. about 1782 in Ireland, d. August 05, 1855 in Lorett 1 CONC o, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. She married Captain Richard McGuire M 1 CONC ay 15, 1800 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. He was born Decemb 1 CONC er 12, 1771 Pipe Creek Settlement, Taneytown, Frederick County, Maryland a 1 CONC nd d. January 13, 1855 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Richa 1 CONC rd was the son of Captain Michael McGuire and Rachel Brown. 1 CONT 1 CONT Marriage notes 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899) 1 CONT p. 139, MCGUIRE Richard and Eleanor Byrne. Married May 15, 1800. 1 CONT 1 CONT Gregory Ryan has marriage in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Married: 15 MAY 1800 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Married: 15 MAY 1800 in St. Michaels, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT [Leora Rabuck] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Eleanor Ann Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT April, 1800 Michael and Eleanor Byrne [siblings] were named as godparen 1 CONC ts to Jacob O'Harra, son of Louis and Elizabeth O'Hara. 1 CONT 1 CONT October 25, 1801: Named in baptism record of Mary Ann McGuire, daughter. 1 CONT September, 1803: Named in baptism record of Bridget McGuire, daughter. 1 CONT October 3, 1805: Named in baptism record of Agnes McGuire, daughter. 1 CONT 1 CONT December 4, 1804: Richard and Eleanor McGuire were named as godparen 1 CONC ts to Martha [last name omitted], daughter of [parents omitted]. 1 CONT 1 CONT Discrepancy in place of death...I have Loretto, Leora has Clearfield Towns 1 CONC hip, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT From a book by Father Wirtner, "Benedictine Fathers": Eleanor Byrne, bo 1 CONC rn 1782, died 1855, married Capt. Richard McGuire on 5/15/1800 by Father G 1 CONC allitzin (a Russian Prince who settled in our section) and who is an ances 1 CONC tor through grandmother formerly Conrad of Loretto. Born in Kuehhut, now c 1 CONC alled Kuehhude or Kuehuede. Jacobus Bender emigrated in 1797. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 217 1 CONT Confirmed in the old log church, Loretto, by Rt. Rev. Michael Egan, Fir 1 CONC st Bishop of Philadelphia, in September or October, 1811. 1 CONT McGuire, Mrs. Richard b. 1782 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 139 (See notes for husband, Richard McGu 1 CONC ire.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Timeline: 1 CONT 1795: The Byrne family moves to Cambria County (near the McGuire farm?) 1 CONT pre 1800 Eleanor Byrne marries Richard McGuire 1 CONT 9/1800: Eleanor & Richard McGuire have a baby - Mary Anne 1 CONT After the summer of 1801 (or as late as 1802): John Platt & family move to 1 CONT Huntington County. (Cambria County) 1 CONT 9/1803: Eleanor Byrne & Richard McGuire have a baby - Bridgitte 1 CONT 9/1803: Sarah Byrne & Michael McGuire have a baby - Mary Ann 1 CONT 6/1807: Sarah is using the Byrne name at baptism of nephew Demetrius 1 CONT 1809: Sarah Byrne marries John Platt Jr. 1 CONT 2/4/1810: Michael McGuire is still in town for a baptism 1 CONT 6/15/1810: Sarah Byrne & John Platt Jr. have a baby - Elizabeth 1 CONT 1/29/1813: Sarah Byrne & John Platt Jr. have a baby - and name him Michael 1 CONT Joseph same name as Mary Ann's father - Michael Joseph McGuire! what's wi 1 CONC th that? 1 CONT 9/23/1821: Mary Anne gives surname McGuire, d. of Michael as a baptismal 1 CONT sponsor (note: her mother is also a sponsor) 1 CONT 5-31-1825: Mary Ann Byrne married John Luther 1 CONT (her father has moved, she is now using her mother's maiden name) 1 CONT Timeline put together by Jane Tripp. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 204 1 CONT Inscriptions Copied From Headstones In St. Michael's Cemetery, Loretto 1 CONT In memory of CAPT. RICHARD McGUIRE. Died Jan 13, 1855. Aged 83 year 1 CONC s, 1 mo. and 1 day. The first of European extraction to settle in Cambr 1 CONC ia County. 1 CONT Also ELEANOR, his wife. Died Aug. 5, 1855. Aged 73 years. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. III, p. 26, #00743 McGuire, Eleonor (Byrne) (m. Capta 1 CONC in Richard) d. 08-05-1855 (b. 1782). 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 187 1 CONT McGuire, Mrs. Richard (Eleanor Byrne) 1782 Aug. 5, 1855 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Captain Richard McGuire 1 CONT 1 CONT No record of marriage (first marriage at Loretto was recorded in 1803), b 1 CONC ut baptisms at Loretto starting in 1801. 1 CONT 1 CONT July 14, 1785 Richard McGuire warrants land on Clearfield Creek, BedfordCo 1 CONC unty., Pennsylvania (Bedford County., Pennsylvania warrants P 18 pg. 308 w 1 CONC arrant #222) Survey on this land returned December 23, 1791 showing Luke M 1 CONC cGuire and John Roberts as adjoining owners. (Pennsylvania land records, c 1 CONC opied surveys C116 pg.242) A second survey returned September 5, 1793 show 1 CONC ed adjoining owners as Michael McGuire, Dr. Brownson, and Andrew McFarlan 1 CONC d. (Pennsylvania land records,copied surveys A16 pg. 101) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1787 Richard McGuire unseated land. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1800 Census of Allegheny Township, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 123 33 McGUIRE, Richard 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899) 1 CONT p. 139, MCGUIRE Richard and Eleanor Byrne. Married May 15, 1800. Mary A 1 CONC nn, Bridget Rachel, Agnes, Catherine, Juliana, Michael, Agnes, John, Richa 1 CONC rd, Joseph. (1801-22.) 1 CONT 1 CONT October 25, 1801: Named in baptism record of Mary Ann McGuire, daughter. 1 CONT September, 1803: Named in baptism record of Bridget McGuire, daughter. 1 CONT October 3, 1805: Named in baptism record of Agnes McGuire, daughter. 1 CONT 1 CONT December 4, 1804: Richard and Eleanor McGuire were named as godparen 1 CONC ts to Martha [last name omitted], daughter of [parents omitted]. 1 CONT 1 CONT Huntingdon County., Pennsylvania Orphans Court May term 1803 named as he 1 CONC ir of Michael McGuire of Allegheny Township. [Gregory Ryan] 1 CONT 1 CONT December 4, 1804 Richard and Eleanor McGuire were named as godparen 1 CONC ts to a Martha [last name unknown, parents unknown]. 1 CONT 1 CONT August 15, 1805: Richard McGuire and Prudence Gorman were named as godpare 1 CONC nts to Richard Durbin, son of Thomas and Mary [McGuire] Durbin. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1808-1815 tax list Allegheny Township., Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT 1811 Jan. 25 Richard and Luke McGuire sell to Henry Cooper 107 a part of H 1 CONC ibernia on Clearfield Creek adj. Daniel Delozier, Thomas Smith, Peter Burg 1 CONC oon, Philip Cooper. Part of warrant to Jacob Good on Nov. 15, 1785. Deed 1 CONC ed to Richard and patented on Sept. 11, 1809 Patent book H. vol.1-752. [Ca 1 CONC mbria County., Pennsylvania deeds 1-218 also 1-395] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1813 May 10 Luke and Margaret McGuire and Richard and Eleanor McGuire se 1 CONC ll to Rev. Demetrius Gallitzin 410a on Clearfield Creek patent March 5,18 1 CONC 12 to Luke patent book H vol. 6-690 and 402a patent on same day to Richa 1 CONC rd book H vol. 6-692. adj. Luke, Roman Catholic Church, Dr. Brownson, Jo 1 CONC hn Wickland [Weakland]. [Cambria County., Pennsylvania deed 1-329] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1820 Allegheny Township, Cambria County., Pennsylvania pg. 175 1 CONT 1830 Allegheny Township, Cambria County., Pennsylvania pg. 199 01110001 00 1 CONC 01001 1 CONT 1840 Allegheny Township, Cambria County., Pennsylvania pg. 3 000000001 000 1 CONC 00001 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Clearfield Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (August) 1 CONT Image 10, Line 30 1 CONT Richard and Eleanor are living with John and Julia Zerbee. 1 CONT 1 CONT Civil Court Docket, March Term 1808: 1 CONT 11. Holliday, John vs McGuire, Richard --Summons Case 1 CONT 19. McGuire, James L. vs McGuire, Richard -- Summons Case 1 CONT 27. Curren, James vs McGuire, Richard--Summons Case 1 CONT 1 CONT Pennsylvania vs John Nagle, Richard McGuire, Joseph McGeehan, Michael Mull 1 CONC en, John Mulholland, John Feltz and Peter Garrigan. Assault and Batter 1 CONC on on James McGuire. Defendants being arraigned plead non cul et de hoc A 1 CONC ttorney General Simileter. Defendants each bound in $100. Conditioned f 1 CONC or their appearance at the next Countyurt of Quarter Sessions to answ 1 CONC er to a charge of Assault and Battery on James L. McGuire. Samuel Galbrai 1 CONC th bound in $700. Conditioned for the appearance of the defendants. 1 CONT 1 CONT Pennsylvania vs John Nagle, Richard McGuire, Joseph McGeehan, Michael Mull 1 CONC en, John Mulholland, John Feltz and Peter Garrigan. Assault and Batte 1 CONC ry on John Holliday. Defendants being arraigned plead non cul et de hoc A 1 CONC ttorney General Simileter. Defendants severally bound in $100. Condition 1 CONC ed for their appearance at the next Court of Quarter Sessions to answ 1 CONC er to a charge of Assault and Battery on John Holliday. Samuel Galbrai 1 CONC th bound in $700. Conditioned for the appearance of the defendants. 1 CONT 1 CONT Pennsylvania vs John Nagle, Richard McGuire, Joseph McGeehan, Michael Mull 1 CONC en, John Mulholland, John Feltz and Peter Garrigan. Assault and Batte 1 CONC ry on James Curren. Defendants severally bound in $100. Conditioned on t 1 CONC heir appearance at the next Court of Quarter Sessions to answer to a char 1 CONC ge of Assault and Battery on James Curren. Samuel Galbraith bound in $70 1 CONC 0. Conditioned for the appearance of the defendants. 1 CONT 1 CONT Pennsylvania vs John Nagle, Richard McGuire, Joseph McGeehan, Michael Mull 1 CONC en, John Mulholland, John Feltz and Peter Garrigan. John Holliday, Jam 1 CONC es C. McGuire, Esq., Charles Driskel, and James L. McGuire, Tent in $100 e 1 CONC ach, conditioned for their appearance at the next Court of Quarter Sessio 1 CONC ns to give evidence, etc. 1 CONT 1 CONT Pennsylvania vs John Nagle, Richard McGuire, Joseph McGeehan, Michael Mull 1 CONC en, John Mulholland, John Feltz and Peter Garrigan. James L. McGuire a 1 CONC nd John Holliday bound in $100 each, conditioned for their appearance at t 1 CONC he next Court of Quarter Sessions to give evidence, etc. 1 CONT 1 CONT Pennsylvania vs John Nagle and others: James Curren sentenced to pay t 1 CONC he costs of prosecutionon this indictment and ordered to be committed to t 1 CONC he jail unless he find security to pay them in ten days. Ordered into t 1 CONC he coustoy of the Sheriff. 1 CONT 1 CONT History of Parish of St. Augustine, St. Augustine, Pa., p. 29 1 CONT On the eighth day of September, 1814, Francis Christy was plowi 1 CONC ng in a field. Father Gallitzin being present, said, "Surely a battle is g 1 CONC oing on somewhere - I can tell by the state of the atmosphere." In due tim 1 CONC e, news of Perry's victory on Lake Erie, electrified the country. 1 CONT It was during this same year that, after the burning of the capit 1 CONC ol at Washington by the British, he urged the young men under his char 1 CONC ge to enlist in the company which Captain Richard McGuire was at that ti 1 CONC me raising. One day when the captain was drilling his men on the green ne 1 CONC ar the church, Father Gallitzin was passing, using his cane, when Capta 1 CONC in McGuire approached him presenting his sword in the attitude of fencin 1 CONC g. The priest accepted the challenge and after a few parries of sword a 1 CONC nd cane the cane was dexterously wound about the sword which went hi 1 CONC gh in the air. 1 CONT Captain McGuire and his company, after having been duly organized a 1 CONC nd drilled, proceeded to Somerset County, where they were incorporated in 1 CONC to a regiment under command of one Lieut. Countyl. Ogle, and were to ha 1 CONC ve been sent against Black Rock, but the war ending shortly afterwards, th 1 CONC ey were allowed to return to their homes. 1 CONT 1 CONT History of Parish of St. Augustine, St. Augustine, Pa., p. 115 1 CONT 1814 - Capt. Richard McGuire raised a company for service in the war wi 1 CONC th Great Britain. 1 CONT 1 CONT History of Parish of St. Augustine, St. Augustine, Pa., p. 41 1 CONT re: "The Ebensburg Academy-1819" 1 CONT Storey in his "History of Cambria County," gives the names of the tru 1 CONC stees of the Academy as follows: "The Rev. D. A. Gallitzin, the Rev. Geor 1 CONC ge Roberts, Associate Judge; Abraham Hildebrand, Associate Judge; Jam 1 CONC es C. Maguire, Prothonotary; John Murray, Moses Conan, James Meloy, Charl 1 CONC es B. Seeley, John Agnew, William O'Keefe, Cornelius McDonald, Richard McG 1 CONC uire and Samuel McAnulty. 1 CONT From "Stock Book of the Academy" from 1833, loaned by M. D. Kittel 1 CONC l, Esq., the following list of stock-holders and the amounts of their sto 1 CONC ck is taken: "Rev. D. A. Gallitzin. $100; Charles Murray, $20; William Smi 1 CONC th, Philadelphia, $20; John Murray, Sr., James Murray (by transfer), $3 1 CONC 0; Owen McDonald, $30; Philip Noon, Esq., $25; David Wins, $ 10; Dav 1 CONC id H. Roberts, $10; John Lloyd, Esq., $10; Cornelius McDonald, $30; Willi 1 CONC am O'Keefe, $20; William O'Keefe, Jr., $10; P. Emerson, M. D., $15; John A 1 CONC gnew, $12.50; John Rhey (near Blairsville), $20; Thomas Williams, $l2; Ric 1 CONC hard McGuire, Esq., $16.91; Samuel McAnulty, $10; Dennis Brawley, $10; Sta 1 CONC nislaus Wharton, $10; James C. Maguire, $20; Abraham Hildebrand, $10; Jo 1 CONC hn Young, $20; James Meloy, $10; Peter Levergood, $10; Isaac Proctor, $1 1 CONC 0; Silas Moore, $10; Charles Litzinger, $24.47; Johnston Moore, $10; and o 1 CONC ther smaller subscriptions making in all $828.38 3/4." 1 CONT 1 CONT Orphan's Court Cambria County: 1 CONT 07 Jun 1815: 1 CONT (There is no year associated with this list, but Bridget is 8 years o 1 CONC ld - b. 1803 and Catherine is 4 yrs old - b. 1807) 1 CONT ?1811?: 1 CONT Maguire 1 CONT Eleanor [Maguire] , wife of Richard. 1 CONT Mary Ann [Maguire], 18 years 1 CONT Rachel Bridget [Maguire], 8 years 1 CONT Catharine [Maguire], 4 years 1 CONT Julia [Maguire], 2 years 1 CONT [From Jane Tripp] 1 CONT 1 CONT Petition of Hannah MURPHY, minor daughter of Michael MURPHY dec'd, choosi 1 CONC ng Richard MCGUIRE as her guardian during her minority. 1 CONT Petition of Hannah MURPHY, widow of Michael MURPHY, late of Allegheny To 1 CONC wnship, to have a guardian appointed over Lawrence MURPHY, a minor under a 1 CONC ge 14. The Court appoints Richard MCGUIRE as his guardian until he attai 1 CONC ns age 14. 1 CONT 08 Jun 1815 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 204 1 CONT Inscriptions Copied From Headstones In St. Michael's Cemetery, Loretto 1 CONT In memory of CAPT. RICHARD McGUIRE. Died Jan 13, 1855. Aged 83 year 1 CONC s, 1 mo. and 1 day. The first of European extraction to settle in Cambr 1 CONC ia County. 1 CONT Also ELEANOR, his wife. Died Aug. 5, 1855. Aged 73 years. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 187. 1 CONT McGuire, Captain Richard Dec. 12, 1771 Jan. 13, 1855 1 CONT 1 CONT Death: 13 JAN 1855 in Clearfield Township. Cambria County. Pennsylvania [L 1 CONC eora Rabuck] 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Eleanor Ann Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Eleanor Ann Byrne b: 1782 d: August 05, 1855 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Richard McGuire b: December 12, 1771 d: January 13, 185 1 CONC 5 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Jane McGuire b: Aft. 1800 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Ann McGuire b: September 1801 d: April 21, 1874 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Matthew McHugh, Sr b: 1791 d: August 31, 1874 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Bridget Rachel McGuire b: September 1803 d: October 09, 1885 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Thomas Adams b: November 10, 1792 d: August 2 1 CONC 0, 1871 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes McGuire b: October 03, 1805 d: March 20, 1806 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Catherine McGuire b: May 09, 1807 d: November 25, 1877 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Charles Bradley, Jr b: February 06, 1795 d: Augu 1 CONC st 06, 1855 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Julia Ann (Juliana) McGuire b: June 21, 1809 d: February 1877 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +John Zerbee b: April 30, 1810 d: February 07, 1879 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Michael McGuire b: December 15, 1812 d: Aft. 1834 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes McGuire b: January 12, 1815 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 John Crystostum McGuire b: January 18, 1817 d: January 0 1 CONC 2, 1861 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Sarah Christy b: May 13, 1829 d: January 07, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Richard McGuire, Jr b: May 11, 1819 d: June 12, 1853 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Cecelia Wharton b: November 16, 1824 d: March 2 1 CONC 6, 1882 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Joseph McGuire b: January 01, 1822 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Orphan's Court, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Civil Court Dockets 1 CONT 1810 Tax List, Allegheny Township, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT Correspondence - John R. Conrad 1 CONT Correspondence - Brenda Wallace 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT World Connect - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT World Connect - Thomas Stobie 1 CONT WFT Vol. 07 - #3810, Brenda Wallace 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT World Connect - Marianne Martin 1 CONT 1 CONT Corrections....additions....yada yada yada. 1 CONT 1 CONT Beth 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT McGUIRE, Eleanor 1782 5 Aug 1855 w/o Captain Richard, m 15 May 1800, d/o J 1 CONC ohn & Ann BYRNE; main section (H/LB/K) 1 CONT 1 CONT Documentation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Information provided by Lisa Baker 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a 1 CONT tool to promote further research and should NOT be considered as verifi 1 CONC ed proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were 1 CONT used to obtain as many names as possible of people buried at St. Michael's 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 1 CONT FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 1 CONT FR - family record / genealogy 6) N 1 CONT - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 MAY 19 1 CONC 28 Memorial Day newspapers, 1 CONT listed war service and cemetery where buried). Didn't always find a headst 1 CONC one to correspond to the 1 CONT newspaper article, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on the 1 CONC ir headstone shows up in a 1 CONT newspaper article. 1 CONT 1 CONT DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1293 1 CONC 475 1 CONT (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individuals ma 1 CONC king the entries in the death 1 CONT registers would only list a number in the age column. In this document, t 1 CONC he ???? reference was mostly 1 CONT shown when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list 1 CONT a year if a child only lived a month. However, given the fact that oft 1 CONC en a number of entries would only 1 CONT indicate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is 1 CONT meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 1 CONT LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1 CONT 1793-1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bou 1 CONC nd pastors to keeping sacramental 1 CONT records. Since records of burial did not fall into this category, they we 1 CONC re all too frequently ignored by 1 CONT the pastors. 1 CONT 1 CONT K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", whi 1 CONC ch contains early 1 CONT baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this book was a register of d 1 CONC eaths, covering the period 1 CONT November 17, 1793 to October 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this informat 1 CONC ion from church records and 1 CONT headstones at St. Michael. 0 @I0071@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1775 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 MAR 1798 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Michael's Cemetery, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0014@ 1 FAMC @F0104@ 1 NOTE @NI0071@ 0 @NI0071@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus 7 Feb 2009 1 CONT Catherine Byrne, b. about 1775 in Ireland, d. March 30, 1798 in Lorett 1 CONC o, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. She married James Leavy (Levi; Levy 1 CONC ), b. about 1775, d. August 16, 1808 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylva 1 CONC nia. They were married about 1794. 1 CONT 1 CONT They probably married before coming to Cambria County., Pennsylvania. D 1 CONC id they marry in Ireland or Maryland while on the way? (From Gregory Rya 1 CONC n) 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Catherine Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 166, 03491 Leavy, Catherine (Byrne) (m. Jame 1 CONC s) d. 03-30-1798. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 182. 1 CONT Leavy, Mrs. James (Catherine Byrne) b. (not listed) d. Mar. 30, 1798 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Michael's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT LEVY, Catherine (Byrne) 28 Mar 1798 w/o James main section (H/LB/K 1 CONC ) 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for James Leavy 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 166, #03499 Leavy, James (m. Catherine Byrn 1 CONC e) d. 08-16-1808. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 182. 1 CONT Leavy, James b. (not listed) d. Aug. 16, 1808 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Michael's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT LEVY, James 16 Aug 1808 h/o Catharine main section (H/LB/K) 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Catherine Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Catherine Byrne b: Abt. 1775 d: March 30, 1798 1 CONT 1 CONT . +James Leavy b: Abt. 1775 d: August 16, 1808 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes Leavy b: 1795 d: May 27, 1874 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Peter Kaylor II b: Abt. 1787 d: November 11, 1874 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Michael Leavy b: March 30, 1798 d: August 19, 1868 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Mary Ann Little b: July 07, 1796 d: April 26, 1856 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Correspondence - John R. Conrad 1 CONT World Connect - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT World Connect - Marianne Martin 1 CONT St. Michael's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Additions/corrections? 1 CONT 1 CONT Beth 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT LEVY, Catherine (BYRNE) 28 Mar 1798 w/o James; main section (H/LB/K) 1 CONT 1 CONT Documentation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Information provided by Lisa Baker 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a 1 CONT tool to promote further research and should NOT be considered as verifi 1 CONC ed proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were 1 CONT used to obtain as many names as possible of people buried at St. Michael's 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 1 CONT FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 1 CONT FR - family record / genealogy 6) N 1 CONT - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 MAY 19 1 CONC 28 Memorial Day newspapers, 1 CONT listed war service and cemetery where buried). Didn't always find a headst 1 CONC one to correspond to the 1 CONT newspaper article, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on the 1 CONC ir headstone shows up in a 1 CONT newspaper article. 1 CONT 1 CONT DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1293 1 CONC 475 1 CONT (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individuals ma 1 CONC king the entries in the death 1 CONT registers would only list a number in the age column. In this document, t 1 CONC he ???? reference was mostly 1 CONT shown when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list 1 CONT a year if a child only lived a month. However, given the fact that oft 1 CONC en a number of entries would only 1 CONT indicate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is 1 CONT meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 1 CONT LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1 CONT 1793-1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bou 1 CONC nd pastors to keeping sacramental 1 CONT records. Since records of burial did not fall into this category, they we 1 CONC re all too frequently ignored by 1 CONT the pastors. 1 CONT 1 CONT K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", whi 1 CONC ch contains early 1 CONT baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this book was a register of d 1 CONC eaths, covering the period 1 CONT November 17, 1793 to October 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this informat 1 CONC ion from church records and 1 CONT headstones at St. Michael. 0 @I0072@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Burgoon/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1781 2 PLAC Germany 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 1860 1 FAMS @F0192@ 1 FAMS @F0010@ 1 FAMC @F0707@ 0 @I0073@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 JUN 1804 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1870 1 FAMS @F0100@ 1 FAMC @F0192@ 1 NOTE @NI0073@ 0 @NI0073@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus 8 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT Catherine Byrne, b. June 06, 1804 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a, d. Bef. 1870. Catherine married George H. Little, b. Abt. 1800 in Penn 1 CONC sylvania, d. August 05, 1879 in Ashville, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. T 1 CONC hey were married October 03, 1824 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a. George was the son of Bernard Barnabas Little and Mary Ann Kaylor. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 152, #03168 Little, Georgius (Bernardi/Maria 1 CONC e) m. 10-03-1824 Catharina Byrne (Thomae/Sarae) wi: omitted DAG. [S 1 CONC t. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Catherine Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 4, #00075 Byrne, Catharina (Thomae/Sarae) b. 06-0 1 CONC 06 bp. 06-17-1804 gp: Joannes Weakland/Catharine Weakland DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents Thomas and Sarah (unknown) Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for George H. Little 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899): 1 CONT p. 130, LITTLE George and Catherine Byrne. Married October 3, 1824. Lu 1 CONC cinda Ann, Philip James, Bernard, Agnes Ann, Mary, Lucinda Ann, David Thom 1 CONC as, Susan, Sara Catherine, Emily. (1825-39.) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Washington Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Sept) 1 CONT stamped p. 64, Line 37 1 CONT George Little, age 50, farmer, b. Penn 1 CONT Catherine, age 45, b. Penn 1 CONT Barnabass, age 22, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Agnes, age 21, b. Penn 1 CONT Lewcinda, age 18, b. Penn 1 CONT Susan, age 15, b . Penn 1 CONT (next page) 1 CONT Emily, age 10, b. Penn 1 CONT Catherine, age 8, b. Penn 1 CONT Peter, age 5, b. Penn 1 CONT Francis, (m) age 3, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Allegheny Township,Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT p. 168, Line 12, Loretto P.O. 1 CONT George Little, age 60, labourer, assets $200, b. Maryland 1 CONT Catherine, age 55, b. Penn 1 CONT Catherine, age 19, b. Penn 1 CONT Peter, age 15, labourer, b. Penn 1 CONT Francis (m), age 12, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Loretto Borough, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT p. 4, Line 19 1 CONT Little, George, age 71, Old Gent, b. Maryland 1 CONT [Living in the home of Mary J. and William Coons. Mary is the dau. of Bar 1 CONC nabas Byrne who is the brother of Catherine, George's wife. So Geor 1 CONC ge is living in the home of his niece.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899): 1 CONT p. 183 1 CONT Little, George Aug. 5, 1879 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Michael's Cemetery Listing: 1 CONT LITTLE, George 5 Aug 1879 (K) 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Catherine Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Catherine Byrne b: June 06, 1804 d: Be 1 CONC f. 1870 1 CONT 1 CONT . +George H. Little b: Abt. 1800 d: August 0 1 CONC 5, 1879 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Lucinda Ann Little b: June 28, 1825 d: 18 1 CONC 34 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Philip James Little b: August 19, 1826 d: Be 1 CONC f. December 1903 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Bernard Barnabas Little b: January 26, 18 1 CONC 28 d: 1904 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Susan Longstreth 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes Ann Little b: March 19, 1829 d: Ab 1 CONC t. November 30, 1903 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +John L. McKenzie b: 1829 d: Bef. 1870 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary J. Little b: April 21, 1830 d: July 0 1 CONC 7, 1905 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Simon Rufner b: 1810 d: Bef. 1 1 CONC 856 1 CONT 1 CONT ... *2nd Husband of Mary J. Littl 1 CONC e: 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +William Joseph Coons b: November 19, 18 1 CONC 29 d: October 12, 1895 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Lucinda Ann Little b: December 29, 18 1 CONC 31 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Zachariah Topper b: June 10, 1830 d: Ju 1 CONC ne 02, 1904 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 David Thomas Little b: May 20, 1833 d: Janu 1 CONC ary 03, 1870 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Harriet Brookbank b: June 27, 1839 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Susan Little b: January 13, 1835 d: Bef. Decemb 1 CONC er 1903 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Patrick Francis Carney b: 1836 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Sarah Catherine Little b: July 22, 18 1 CONC 37 d: 1840 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Emily "Emily" Little b: September 16, 18 1 CONC 39 d: Bet. 1870 - 1880 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Thomas Shaffer b: August 17, 1836 d: Ju 1 CONC ly 15, 1904 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Catherine Margaret Little b: July 26, 18 1 CONC 41 d: Bef. December 1903 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Peter John Little b: July 01, 18 1 CONC 45 d: Bef. December 1903 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 George 'Francis' Little b: September 17, 1 1 CONC 847 d: Bef. December 1903 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT St. Michael's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT Obit of Bernard Little, son 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0074@ INDI 1 NAME Barnabas Bernard /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 SEP 1802 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Harts Sleeping Place Carrolltown Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0029@ 1 FAMC @F0192@ 1 NOTE @NI0074@ 0 @NI0074@ NOTE 1 CONC Mountain Sentinel 1 CONT Ebensburg, PA 1 CONT 1852 1 CONT 1 CONT Thursday, 12 AUG 1852 1 CONT VOL 8, NO 43 1 CONT 1 CONT MARRIED: 1 CONT In Harrisburg, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Maher, Mr. FREDERICK KITT 1 CONC ELL, of Ebensburg, Pa., and Miss A.M.F. McMILLIN, of Harrisburg, Pa. 1 CONT 1 CONT DIED: 1 CONT At the foot of Plane No. 2, on Wednesday morning, 11th inst. of Typhus Fev 1 CONC er MARK CAMPBELL. The above sad announcement grieves the hearts of all w 1 CONC ho knew the man.--All his acquaintances were his friends, enemies he had n 1 CONC one. For honesty, uprightness and industry he had earned a name in this co 1 CONC mmunity which time cannot efface. His decease is a sad affliction to his f 1 CONC amily. May heaven lighten their sorrows. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sheriff's Sales. 1 CONT ALSO, All the right, title and interest of Samuel Dillon of, in and to a t 1 CONC ract of land, situate in Washington Township, Cambria county; adjoining la 1 CONC nds of Jacob Troxell, Ignatius Adams, Thomas Jackson and others, containi 1 CONC ng three hundred and fourty-four acres, twenty acres of which is cleare 1 CONC d, and having thereon erected one frame house and stable, now in the occup 1 CONC ancy of the said Samuel Dillon. 1 CONT 1 CONT Taken in execution as the property of Samuel Dillon, and a to be sold at t 1 CONC he suit of Jacob Fornwailt for use of David Brawley. 1 CONT 1 CONT ALSO, All the right, title and interest of Barnabas Byrne of, in a 1 CONC nd to a piece or parcel of land situate in Carroll Township, Cambria count 1 CONC y; adjoining lands of Emericus Bender, Peter Noel and others, containing o 1 CONC ne hundred acres more or less, about forty acres of which are cleared havi 1 CONC ng thereon erected a two story hewed log house and a hewed log barn unoccu 1 CONC pied. 1 CONT 1 CONT Taken in execution as the property of Barnabas Byrne, and to be sold at t 1 CONC he suit of John Ivory and William Kittell. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From Beth Rykhus on 8 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnabas Bernard Byrne b. September 08, 1802 in Loretto, Cambria County, P 1 CONC ennsylvania, d. July 27, 1880 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a. Barnabas married Mary Pauline Driskel, b. November 02, 1805 in Adams C 1 CONC ounty, Pennsylvania, d. February 17, 1850 in Carroll Township, Cambria Cou 1 CONC nty, Pennsylvania. They were married October 11, 1825 in Loretto, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania. Mary Pauline was the daughter of Charles Drisk 1 CONC le and Nancy Ann (Driskle). 1 CONT 1 CONT [bcr note: I put the married surname in ( ) of the women that I do not kn 1 CONC ow their maiden name.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol, 1, p. 152-153, #03191 Byrne, Barnabas (Thomae/omitte 1 CONC d) m. 10-11-1825 Maria Driscol (Caroli/omitted) wi: omitted DAG. [S 1 CONC t. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Barnabas Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 2, #00041 Byrne, Barnabas (Thomae/Sarae) b. 09- 1 CONC 08 bp. 09-26-1802 gp: Barnabas Burgoon/Maria Burgoon DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents Thomas and Sarah (unknown) Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102, 1 CONT BYRNE Barnabas and Mary Driskel. Married October 11, 1825. Mary Magdale 1 CONC n, Sarah Jane, Juliana, Anastasia, Silas Augustine, Michael, Charles Thoma 1 CONC s, Agnes Elizabeth, Margaret Catherine. (1826-38.) 1 CONT 1 CONT BARNABAS BYRNE 1 CONT (1802-1880) 1 CONT Barnabas Byrne was the son of Thomas Byrne and Sarah Burgoon. He was bo 1 CONC rn at Loretto, Pennsylvania, on September 8, 1802. On October 11, 182 1 CONC 5, he married Mary Pauline Driskel. They were the parents of Anastasia Byr 1 CONC nes who married William Coons. Barnabas is listed in the 1830 census for S 1 CONC usquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. In the 1850 and 1870 ce 1 CONC nsus for Carroll Township, Barnabas and his family are listed. Howeve 1 CONC r, I could find no record of him in 1860. Barnabas died in July 27, 188 1 CONC 0, and is buried at Hart's Sleeping Place. 1 CONT [Leora] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1830 Census, Susquehanna Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania: 1 CONT Byrne, Barnabas, 1 male, age 20-30; 4 female, age under 5; 1 female, age 2 1 CONC 0-30. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1840 Census for Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Barney Byrns (5 males, 7 females) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT Line 5 1 CONT Byrne, Barnabas, age 45, farmer, assets $600, b. Penn 1 CONT Amy S., age 20, b. Penn 1 CONT Cyrus, age 18, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Michael, age 17, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Thomas, age 16, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Agnes, age 14, b. Penn 1 CONT Margaret, age 12, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary A., age 8, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Agricultural Census, August 1850 1 CONT Barnabas BYRNE, 50 acres improved/38 unimproved, farm value $600, machine 1 CONC ry value $25, 2 horses, 2 milch cows, 1 other cattle, 12 sheep, 6 swine, l 1 CONC ivestock value $142, 100 bush/wheat, 40 bush/rye, 75 bush/Indian corn, 2 1 CONC 00 bush/oats, 20 lbs/wool, 25 bush/barley, 100 lbs/butter, 4 tons ha 1 CONC y, 20 lbs/flax, home-made manufactures value $9, slaughtered animals val 1 CONC ue $1. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 202, Line 40, Carrolltown P.O. 1 CONT Barnabas Burnes, age 55, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Living in the home of Robert A. and Philomena [Kuntz] Campbell. 1 CONT [I have not found the relationship between Barnabas and these Campbells.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Carrolltown Borough, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 6, Line 16, Munster P.O. 1 CONT Burns, Barney, age 61, laborer, assets $500/100, b. Penn 1 CONT Agnes, age 30, keeping house, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary, age 27, house maid, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census, Carrolltown Borough, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 28, ED 210, Line 21 1 CONT Byrne, Barnie B., age 77, father-in-law, none, b. Penn, father b. Irelan 1 CONC d, mother b. Maryland 1 CONT [Barnabas is living in the home of his daughter, Margaret.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1849 Mountain Sentinel 1 CONT CAUTION.... The following described property, now in the possession of Bar 1 CONC nabas Byrne, having been purchased by the undersigned on the 11th inst 1 CONC ., at Constable's sale, all persons are hereby cautioned against meddli 1 CONC ng in any way with said property as it belongs to them viz: one brown Hors 1 CONC e, one black Mare, one Windmill, eleven Sheep, six Hogs, one man's Saddl 1 CONC e, one white and red spotted Cow, and thirteen acres of Wheat, and eight a 1 CONC cres of Rye in the ground. 1 CONT Charles Weakland, Francis Byrne March 14, 1850 1 CONT 1 CONT Mountain Sentinel, Ebensburg, Pennsylvania, TH 12 AUG 1852, VOL 8, NO 43 1 CONT ALSO, All the right, title and interest of Barnabas Byrne of, in a 1 CONC nd to a piece or parcel of land situate in Carroll Township, Cambria count 1 CONC y; adjoining lands of Emericus Bender, Peter Noel and others, containing o 1 CONC ne hundred acres more or less, about forty acres of which are cleared havi 1 CONC ng thereon erected a two story hewed log house and a hewed log barn unoccu 1 CONC pied. 1 CONT Taken in execution as the property of Barnabas Byrne, and to be sold at t 1 CONC he suit of John Ivory and William Kittell. 1 CONT 1 CONT Not listed in St. Joseph's Cemetery Listing. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary Pauline Driskel 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 6, #00124 Driscol, Maria (Caroli/Annae) b. 11- 1 CONC 02 bp. 12-01-1805 gp: Henricus Loshett/Anna Clara Loshett DAG. 1 CONT [I don't know if this is the record for Mary Pauline or Mary Ann Driscoll. 1 CONC ] 1 CONT 1 CONT Name variations: Driscoll, Driscol, Driskle 1 CONT 1 CONT Died before the 1850 census. 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Barnabas Bernard Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Barnabas Bernard Byrne b: September 08, 18 1 CONC 02 d: July 27, 1880 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Mary Pauline Driskel b: November 02, 18 1 CONC 05 d: February 17, 1850 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Magalen Byrne b: June 27, 1826 d: Augu 1 CONC st 11, 1913 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Simon Augustine Weakland b: June 09, 18 1 CONC 27 d: December 12, 1902 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Sarah Jane Byrne b: September 11, 1827 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Joseph Cunningham b: July 28, 18 1 CONC 23 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Julia Ann Byrne b: February 19, 18 1 CONC 29 d: March 14, 1901 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Charles Pius Weakland b: July 11, 18 1 CONC 24 d: November 18, 1921 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Anastasia Amy Byrne b: April 15, 18 1 CONC 30 d: July 16, 1856 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +William Joseph Coons b: November 19, 18 1 CONC 29 d: October 12, 1895 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Silas Augustine Byrne b: September 23, 18 1 CONC 31 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Mary Ann Nagle b: April 05, 1841 d: 18 1 CONC 94 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Cyrus Byrne b: 1832 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Michael Byrne b: May 09, 18 1 CONC 33 d: October 24, 1915 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Matilda Topper b: February 15, 18 1 CONC 31 d: November 20, 1906 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Charles 'Thomas' Byrne b: August 25, 1834 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Augustine Byrne b: Abt. 1835 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes Elizabeth Byrne b: June 10, 18 1 CONC 36 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Margaret Catherine Byrne b: March 08, 1838 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Landelin Gutwald b: April 21, 1843 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 John C. Byrne b: June 27, 1840 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Ann Byrne b: June 03, 1842 d: De 1 CONC cember 26, 1931 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Amelia Ann Byrne b: March 06, 1845 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Agricultural Census 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Correspondence - James Rosenbaum 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Correspondence - Lois Stafford 1 CONT Mountain Sentinel - Constable Sale and Property Suit 1 CONT Rootsweb World Connect - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Patricia Wiggins, Charles Lantzy 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT **************************** 1 CONT Anastasia Byrne (female) 1 CONT Birth: 15 APR 1829 Loretto, Cambria County, PA 1 CONT Death: 16 JUL 1856 Loretto, Cambria County, PA 1 CONT Spouse: William Joseph Coons <../INDIs/II2437.php> (Family Record <../FAMs 1 CONC /FF760.php>)Child ren: Bernard John Coons <../INDIs/II2439.php>Catherine C 1 CONC lara Coons <../INDIs/II2442.php>Ma ry Jane Coons <../INDIs/II2440.php>Amel 1 CONC ia Ann Coons <../INDIs/II2441.php> 1 CONT Father: Barnabus Byrne <../INDIs/II6111.php>Mother: Mary Pauline Driskel < 1 CONC ../INDIs/II6112.ph p> 1 CONT Last updated 23 Apr 2003 1 CONT 1 CONT **************************** 1 CONT From Mountain Sentinel 1 CONT Ebensburg, PA 1 CONT 1852 1 CONT 1 CONT ALSO, All the right, title and interest of Barnabas Byrne of, in a 1 CONC nd to a piece or parcel of land situate in Carroll Township, Cambria count 1 CONC y; adjoining lands of Emericus Bender, Peter Noel and others, containing o 1 CONC ne hundred acres more or less, about forty acres of which are cleared havi 1 CONC ng thereon erected a two story hewed log house and a hewed log barn unoccu 1 CONC pied. 1 CONT 1 CONT Taken in execution as the property of Barnabas Byrne, and to be sold at t 1 CONC he suit of John Ivory and William Kittell. 1 CONT **************************** 0 @I0075@ INDI 1 NAME Michael /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 OCT 1805 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 JUN 1883 1 FAMS @F0111@ 1 FAMC @F0192@ 1 NOTE @NI0075@ 0 @NI0075@ NOTE 1 CONC 1 CONT From Beth Rykhus on 8 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael Byrne, b. October 27, 1805 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a, d. June 21, 1883. Michael married Susan Walters, b. March 03, 18 1 CONC 08 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, d. December 10, 1877. They w 1 CONC ere married October 09, 1827 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Su 1 CONC san was the daughter of Englebert Walters and Susan Behe. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 154, #03229 Byrne, Michael (Thomae/Sarae) m. 10-09 1 CONC -1827 Susan Walters (Engelberti/Suzannae) wi: omitted DAG. [St. Micha 1 CONC el's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Michael Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 6, # 00120 Byrne, Michael (Thomae/Sarae) b. 10- 1 CONC 27 bp. 11-03-1805 gp: Cornelius Farrell/Margaretha Farrell DAG. [S 1 CONC t. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents Thomas and Sarah (unknown) Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT BYRNE Michael and Susan Walters. Married October 9, 1827. Mary An 1 CONC n, Elizabeth Margaret, Sarah Jane, Thomas Augustine, Susan. (1829-38.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Death date from Sherwood Gray and Sandy Wagner who got it from the Liebego 1 CONC tt Collection in Martinsburg Library, Pennsylvania from a Cashman Bibl 1 CONC e. Bible says Maggie Byrnes was a d/o Michael Byrnes who died 6/21/1883 a 1 CONC nd wife nee Susanna, who died 12/10/1877. Bible belonged to Elmer Cashma 1 CONC n, 3026 Maple Ave., Altoona, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (August) 1 CONT Line 30, Image 2 1 CONT Michael Byrne, age 49, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Susan Byrne, 46, b. Penn 1 CONT Elizabeth, 18, b. Penn 1 CONT Thomas, 13, b. Penn 1 CONT Susan, 12, b. Penn 1 CONT Catherine, 9, b. Penn 1 CONT Patrick, 8, b. Penn 1 CONT Magdaline, 7, b. Penn 1 CONT Agnes, 4, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Allegheny Township,Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT p. 142, Line 2, Loretto P.O. 1 CONT Michael Burns, age 43, labourer, assets $150, b. Penn 1 CONT Susan Burnes, age 42, b. Penn 1 CONT Agnes, age 14, b. Penn 1 CONT Magdalen, age 12, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Clearfield Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 33, Line 22, Summit P.O. 1 CONT Burns, Michael, age 65, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT [Living with son, Patrick. Where is Susan?] 1 CONT 1 CONT Cannot find Michael in the 1880 census. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Susan Walters 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 10, #212 Walters, Susanna (Engelberti/Susanna 1 CONC e) b. 03-03 bp. 03-06-1808 gp: Joannes Holland/Maria Noel DAG. [S 1 CONC t. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 160 1 CONT Listed with parents, Englebert Walters and Susan Behe. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, Confirmaton, p. 218. 1 CONT Confirmed in the old log church, Loretto, by R. Rev. Michael Egan, first B 1 CONC ishop of Philadelphia, in September or October, 1811. 1 CONT Walters, Susan 1 CONT 1 CONT Lantzy info from Mormon Library has children as: Mary Ann b. 5/5/1829; Eli 1 CONC zabeth b. 1831; Margaret Susan b. 1833; Sarah Jane b. 1835; Thomas Augusti 1 CONC ne b. 1837; and Susan b. 1838. 1 CONT 1 CONT Named in father's will. (from Gregory Ryan) 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Michael Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Michael Byrne b: October 27, 1805 d: Ju 1 CONC ne 21, 1883 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Susan Walters b: March 03, 1808 d: De 1 CONC cember 10, 1877 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Ann Byrne b: May 05, 1829 d: Au 1 CONC gust 30, 1898 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Samuel Will b: October 25, 1819 d: 1904 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Elizabeth Margaret Byrne b: April 12, 18 1 CONC 32 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Henry Benden b: 1819 d: 1899 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Sarah Jane Byrne b: April 02, 1834 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Thomas Augustine Byrne b: July 20, 18 1 CONC 36 d: 1895 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Catherine Amanda Wills b: April 30, 18 1 CONC 37 d: 1890 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Susan Byrne b: July 31, 1838 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Robert Dufer b: 1837 1 CONT 1 CONT ... *2nd Husband of Susan Byrne: 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Thomas George Howell b: Abt. 1838 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Catherine Byrne b: December 18, 18 1 CONC 41 d: Abt. 1861 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Cornelius H. Mumma b: January 09, 18 1 CONC 30 d: March 29, 1879 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Patrick Engelbert Byrne b: April 02, 18 1 CONC 44 d: April 21, 1894 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Ann Caroline Nagle b: December 20, 18 1 CONC 50 d: November 04, 1917 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes Clothilde Byrne b: January 01, 18 1 CONC 47 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Magdalene "Maggie" Byrne b: November 29, 18 1 CONC 48 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Margaret Byrne b: December 26, 18 1 CONC 50 d: September 09, 1927 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Levi Hartzel Cashman b: March 13, 18 1 CONC 51 d: June 07, 1936 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Cashman Bible 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT World Connect - Mandy Haid Failor 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT *********************************************************** 1 CONT CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE or TERRITORY: PA COUNTY: Cambria DIVISION: Alleghe 1 CONC ny Twp REEL NO: 761 P AGE NO: 41b REFERENCE: 26th day of August by Henry C 1 CONC ook 1 CONT LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SC 1 CONC H. R/W DDB 1 CONT 30 11 11 BYRNE Michael 49 M laborer Pa X 1 CONT 31 11 11 BYRNE Susan 46 F Pa X 1 CONT 32 11 11 BYRNE Elizabeth 18 F Pa 1 CONT 33 11 11 BYRNE Thomas 13 M Pa X 34 1 CONT 11 11 BYRNE Susan 12 F Pa X 1 CONT 35 11 11 BYRNE Catherine 9 F Pa X 1 CONT 36 11 11 BYRNE Patrick 8 M Pa X 1 CONT 37 11 11 BYRNE Magdaline 7 M Pa 1 CONT 38 11 11 BYRNE Agnes 4 F Pa 0 @I0076@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes Ann /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 APR 1809 2 PLAC Loretto, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 FEB 1877 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Joesph's Ch. Hart's Sleeping Place, Carrolltown, PA 1 FAMS @F0028@ 1 FAMC @F0192@ 1 NOTE @NI0076@ 0 @NI0076@ NOTE 1 CONC references from "Souvenir of Loretto Centenary" 0 @I0077@ INDI 1 NAME Henry A. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 OCT 1810 1 FAMC @F0192@ 0 @I0078@ INDI 1 NAME James /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 OCT 1812 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 SEP 1876 2 PLAC Harts Sleeping Place Carrolltown Cambria Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Joesph's Ch. Hart's Sleeping Place, Carrolltown, PA 1 FAMS @F0076@ 1 FAMC @F0192@ 1 NOTE @NI0078@ 0 @NI0078@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus on 8 Sep 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT James Byrne, b. October 06, 1812 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a, d. September 11, 1876 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Ja 1 CONC mes married Margaret Ann Bender, b. November 14, 1818 in Loretto, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania, d. October 03, 1869 in St. Augustine, Cambria Cou 1 CONC nty, Pennsylvania. They were married October 02, 1838 in Hart's Sleepi 1 CONC ng Place, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Margaret was the daughter of Emer 1 CONC icus Bender and Mary Magdalen Yost. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 257, #05417 Burns, Jacobus m. 10-02-1828 Marg. B 1 CONC ender at St. Joseph's PHL. [St. Joseph's, Hart's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for James Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 21, #00456 Byrne, Jacobus (Thomae/Sarae) b. 10- 1 CONC 06 bp. 11-22-1812 gp: Michael Levy/Maria Luther DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents Thomas and Sarah (unknown) Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT Line 32 [indexed as Byme] 1 CONT James BYRNE, age 37, farmer, assets $600, b. Penn 1 CONT Margaret, age 32, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary M., age 11, b. Penn 1 CONT Sylvester, age 8, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah A., age 6, b. Penn 1 CONT Angeline, age 4, b. Penn 1 CONT Cordilia, age 1, b. Penn [Clotilda] 1 CONT Sarah A., age 67, b. Penn [mother of James] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Agricultural Census, August 1850 1 CONT James BYRNE, 70 acres improved/26 unimproved, farm value $600, machinery v 1 CONC alue $80, 2 horses, 4 milch cows, 3 other cattle, 12 sheep, 1 swine, lives 1 CONC tock value $162, 12 bush/wheat, 15 bush/Indian corn, 300 bush/oats, 24 lbs 1 CONC /wool, 5 bush/Irish potatoes, 6 bush/barley, 50 bush/buckwheat, 200 lbs/bu 1 CONC tter, 4 tons hay. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 225, Line 6, Carrolltown P.O. 1 CONT James BYRNE, age 48, farmer, assets $2500/800, b. Penn 1 CONT Margaret, age 43, b. Penn 1 CONT Sylvester, age 18, farm labourer, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah, age 16, b. Penn 1 CONT Angeline, age 13, b. Penn [also listed with her grandfather, Emericus Bend 1 CONC er] 1 CONT Matilda, age 11, b. Penn [Clotilda] 1 CONT Mary, age 3, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah A., age 79, b. Penn [mother of James] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT p. 17, Line 1, Munster P.O. 1 CONT BYRNE, James, age 57 [widowed], farmer, assets $1800/530, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah Ann, age 26, keeps house, b. Penn 1 CONT [Living next to James' son, Sylvester, and his family.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Do not know where James is buried. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Margaret Ann Bender 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 32, #00772 Bender, Margarita Anna (Emerici/Magdale 1 CONC nae) b. 11-14-1818 bp. 01-05-1819 gp: Lucas Maguire Sr./Margarita Maguir 1 CONC e, his wife DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 96 1 CONT Listed with parents, Emerick Bender and Mary Magdalen [unknown]. 1 CONT 1 CONT Death record: Margaret Byrnes. Gives age. 61 years. No parents given in ma 1 CONC rriage record. Also Margaret not in 1870 census. Entered this informati 1 CONC on based on info provided by Charles A. Lantzy of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylva 1 CONC nia 1987. [Gregory Ryan] 1 CONT 1 CONT Not found in St. Benedict's Cemetery Records, although that is where Leo 1 CONC ra says she is. 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of James Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 James Byrne b: October 06, 1812 d: September 11, 18 1 CONC 76 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Margaret Ann Bender b: November 14, 18 1 CONC 18 d: October 03, 1869 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary M. Byrne b: Abt. 1839 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Sylvester W. Byrne b: December 06, 18 1 CONC 41 d: 1915 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Margaret Houck b: January 23, 1847 d: May 1 1 CONC 7, 1924 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Sarah Ann Byrne b: July 14, 1844 d: A 1 CONC ugust 31, 1924 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Frederick Eger b: February 08, 18 1 CONC 33 d: August 25, 1918 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Catherine Angela "Angeline" Byrne b: November 0 1 CONC 4, 1846 d: February 19, 1874 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Henry James Eckenrode b: July 20, 18 1 CONC 42 d: May 15, 1914 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Clotilda "Cordelia" Byrne b: April 22, 18 1 CONC 49 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +William Young 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Scolastica Byrne b: May 09, 18 1 CONC 57 d: August 27, 1942 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Peter S. Weakland b: March 19, 1852 d: Octob 1 CONC er 20, 1892 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Agricultural Census 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck, March 12, 1999 1 CONT Correspondence - Dorothy Schendel [now deceased] 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0079@ INDI 1 NAME Bill /Flaitz/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0064@ 0 @I0080@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 MAR 1815 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 APR 1833 1 FAMC @F0192@ 1 NOTE @NI0080@ 0 @NI0080@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus on 8 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT Margaret Byrne, b. March 25, 1815 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a, d. April 15, 1823. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 143, #03022.22 Byrne, Margareta (Thomae/Sara 1 CONC e) b. 03-25 bp. 04-30-1815 gp: Henricus Byrne/Agnes Larg - or Sarg DA 1 CONC G. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents Thomas and Sarah (unknown) Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT From Marriages and Deaths, Ebensburg Sky 1831-1837 (possible match as dea 1 CONC th date not verified): 1 CONT BYRNE, Margaret, daughter of Thomas dec'd, late of Susquehanna Township, C 1 CONC ambria County died Monday last, aged 19 years (Thursday, 29 Mar 1832) 1 CONT [bcr note: If this is the right Margaret, and she died at age 19, she wou 1 CONC ld have died in 1934.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT This is all I have on Margaret. 0 @I0081@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 NOV 1816 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 DEC 1838 1 FAMC @F0192@ 1 NOTE @NI0081@ 0 @NI0081@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus on 8 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Elizabeth Byrne, b. November 30, 1816 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylv 1 CONC ania, d. December 25, 1838 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 30, #00651 Byrne, Elisabeth (Thomae/Sarae) b. 11-3 1 CONC 0-1816 bp. 03-23-1817 gp: Michael McGuire s. of Petrus/ Maria Durb 1 CONC in d. of Thomas DAG. [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents Thomas and Sarah (unknown) Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 169. 1 CONT Byrne, Elizabeth (of Thomas) b. Nov. 30, 1816 d. Dec. 25, 1838 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 169, #3637 Byrne, Elizabeth (d/o Thomas) d. 12-25- 1 CONC 1838 (b. 11-30-1816) Deaths and Burials of St. Michael's. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 170, #03682 Byrne, Elizabeth (deceased Thomas/Sara 1 CONC e) d. 11-25 [sic] bur. 1-27-1838 From Father Gallitzin's Notebook. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p. 72, #2058 Byrne, Elizabeth (Thomas/Sarah omitte 1 CONC d) d. 12-25-1838 (b. 11-30-1816) From the Kittell Index. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Michael's Cemetery Index 1 CONT BYRNE, Elizabeth 30 Nov 1816 25 Dec 1838 d/o Thomas & Sarah (Burgoo 1 CONC n) (LB/K) 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT St. Michael's Cemetery Index 0 @I0082@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas T. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 MAR 1832 2 PLAC Cambria County PA 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 MAR 1832 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1918 2 PLAC St. Augustine Cemetery, Chest Springs PA 1 FAMS @F0108@ 1 FAMS @F0013@ 1 FAMC @F0106@ 1 NOTE @NI0082@ 0 @NI0082@ NOTE 1 CONC CENSUS YR: 1860 STATE or TERRITORY: PA COUNTY: Cambria DIVISION: Chest Spr 1 CONC ings Borough REEL N O: 653-1088 PAGE NO: 163 REFERENCE: Enumerated 23 Augu 1 CONC st 1860 by James Munas. Written page 24 9 LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME A 1 CONC GE SEX RACE OCCUP. REAL VAL. PERS VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH . R/W DDB REMAR 1 CONC KS 1 CONT 1 CONT 31 1752 1755 Byrne Thomas 28 M . Cooper 1,000 100 Pa . . . . . 1 CONT 32 1752 1755 Byrne Mary A. 29 F . . . . Pa . . X . . 1 CONT 33 1752 1755 Byrne Cosmos D. 5 M . . . . Pa . . . . . 1 CONT 34 1752 1755 Byrne Vincent E. 3 M . . . . Pa . . . . . 1 CONT 35 1752 1755 Byrne Henrietta 1 F . . . . Pa> THOMAS T. BYRNE, a promine 1 CONC nt and successful farmer of Clearfield 1 CONT > Township, this county, is a son of Augustine and Ann (Driskle) Byrne, 1 CONT > and was born in Allegheny Township, this county, March 15, 1832. The 1 CONT > Byrne family came originally from Ireland, and were among the early 1 CONT > pioneer settlers of Cambria County. John Byrne, the great-grandfather, 1 CONT > was born in Ireland, and was the founder of the family in this 1 CONT > country. He emigrated to America in 1795, bringing with him his three 1 CONT > sons and five daughters, his wife having died in Ireland. He located 1 CONT > near Loretto, on what is now known as the Flick farm, and engaged in 1 CONT > farming. He was one of the very early settlers of this county, 1 CONT > locating here previous to Father Gallitzin, who was a pioneer in 1 CONT > Cambria county. His children were: Henry, John, Thomas, Mrs. McGuire, 1 CONT > Mrs. Levi, and Mrs. Platt. Thomas Byrne (grandfather) was born in 1 CONT > Ireland, and, when a boy came with his father to America. He assisted 1 CONT > his father on the farm until he reached mature years, when he located 1 CONT > on a farm in Carroll Township, where he followed the pursuits of a 1 CONT > farmer all his life. He died in 1832. He married Miss Burgoon, and 1 CONT > this marriage resulted in the birth of thirteen children: Bernard, 1 CONT > Michael, Augustine, Catherine, Little, Henry, James, Nancy Buck, 1 CONT > Elizabeth, John, Thomas, Frances and Mary Ann.They were a family of 1 CONT > farmers, and are now all deceased but Frances, who resides at 1 CONT > Carrolltown, this county. Augustine Byrne (father) was born in Carroll 1 CONT > Township, April 18, 1807, and died near Chest Springs, Allegheny 1 CONT > Township, May 8, 1864. He lived in Allegheny Township all his life 1 CONT > except during a short period spent in Washington Township. He was a 1 CONT > farmer and a member of the Roman Catholic church. He married Miss Ann, 1 CONT > a daughter of Charles Driskle, of Allegheny Township, and to them were 1 CONT > born eight children: Michael, of Allegheny Township; Alice, deceased, 1 CONT > who was the wife of James Adams, now deceased; Thomas J.; Mary 1 CONT > deceased, was the wife of L. Leonard Litzinger; Margaretta, deceased; 1 CONT > Sarah, the wife of Benjamin Grove, of Chest Springs; Matilda, the wife 1 CONT > of John McKensie, of Chest Springs; Cecelia, deceased, who was the 1 CONT > wife of Andrew Noel; and George, of Johnstown. 1 CONT > | Thomas T. Byrne was reared a farmer boy, and educated in the common 1 CONT > and subscription schools of his township. When he began life on his 1 CONT > own account, he was employed on the old Portage railroad and remained 1 CONT > there two years, and then for the next ten years engaged in the shuck 1 CONT > business. In 1865 he purchased the farm on which he now resides, 1 CONT > located in the eastern part of Clearfield Township, this county, 1 CONT > containing one hundred and eight acres, underlaid with coal. At the 1 CONT > time of the purchase the farm was only partially improved, and he has 1 CONT > since cleared and improved the entire farm, and it is now in a good 1 CONT > state of cultivation and is one of the most desirable farms in Cambria 1 CONT > County. In religion he belongs to the church of his forefathers, the 1 CONT > Roman Catholic Church, of which he is a devout member. Politically he 1 CONT > is a Democrat, and takes a normal interest in local affairs. His 1 CONT > marriage with Miss Mary Yeatly was celebrated January 9,1853, and 1 CONT > their union has been blessed in the birth of ten children: John 1 CONT > Cosmon, located in Altoona, PA; Emmet, deceased, was a farmer of Chest 1 CONT > Springs; Mary, wife of James Kelley; Charles, located in Altoona; Ann, 1 CONT > a resident of Altoona; William, employed in Altoona; Alice, deceased; 1 CONT > Fannie, the wife of Frank Adams, of Clearfield Township; and Thomas, a 1 CONT > farmer, of Clearfield Township.: 0 @I0083@ INDI 1 NAME John Chrysostom /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 OCT 1820 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 JAN 1839 1 FAMC @F0192@ 1 NOTE @NI0083@ 0 @NI0083@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus 8 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT John Chrystosomus Byrne, b. October 05, 1820 in Loretto, Cambria County, P 1 CONC ennsylvania, d. January 25, 1839 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 43, #00923 Byrne, Joannes Chryaostomus (Thomae/Sar 1 CONC ae) b. 10-05 bp. 12-03-1820 gp: Michael Levy/Maria Levy, his wife DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents Thomas and Sarah (unknown) Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 169. 1 CONT Byrne, John Chrys. (of Thomas) b. Oct. 5, 1820 d. Jan. 25, 1839 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 169, #3639 Byrne, John Chrysostom (s/o Thoma 1 CONC s) d. 01-25-1839 (b. 10-05-1820) 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 170, #03684 Byrne, Joannes (deceased Thomae/Sara 1 CONC e) d. 11-25 bur. 01-27-1839 From Father Gallitzin's Notebook. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT BYRNE, John Chrysostom b.5 Oct 1820 d.25 Jan 1839 s/o Thomas & Sarah (BURG 1 CONC OON) (LB/K) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Information provided by Lisa Baker 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a 1 CONT tool to promote further research and should NOT be considered as verifi 1 CONC ed proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were 1 CONT used to obtain as many names as possible of people buried at St. Michael's 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 1 CONT FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 1 CONT FR - family record / genealogy 6) N 1 CONT - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 MAY 19 1 CONC 28 Memorial Day newspapers, 1 CONT listed war service and cemetery where buried). Didn't always find a headst 1 CONC one to correspond to the 1 CONT newspaper article, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on the 1 CONC ir headstone shows up in a 1 CONT newspaper article. 1 CONT 1 CONT DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1293 1 CONC 475 1 CONT (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individuals ma 1 CONC king the entries in the death 1 CONT registers would only list a number in the age column. In this document, t 1 CONC he ???? reference was mostly 1 CONT shown when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list 1 CONT a year if a child only lived a month. However, given the fact that oft 1 CONC en a number of entries would only 1 CONT indicate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is 1 CONT meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 1 CONT LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1 CONT 1793-1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bou 1 CONC nd pastors to keeping sacramental 1 CONT records. Since records of burial did not fall into this category, they we 1 CONC re all too frequently ignored by 1 CONT the pastors. 1 CONT 1 CONT K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", whi 1 CONC ch contains early 1 CONT baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this book was a register of d 1 CONC eaths, covering the period 1 CONT November 17, 1793 to October 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this informat 1 CONC ion from church records and 1 CONT headstones at St. Michael. 0 @I0084@ INDI 1 NAME Francis J. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 JAN 1823 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 NOV 1897 2 PLAC Carrolltown, PA 1 FAMS @F0366@ 1 FAMC @F0192@ 1 NOTE @NI0084@ 0 @NI0084@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus 8 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT Francis J. Byrne, b. January 21, 1823 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylv 1 CONC ania, d. November 25, 1897 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a. Francis married Isabella Elizabeth Weakland, b. August 27, 1822 in Mah 1 CONC oning Township, Indiana County, Pennsylvania, d. August 27, 1899 in Carrol 1 CONC ltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. They were married February 19, 18 1 CONC 49 in Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Isabella w 1 CONC as the daughter of Michael Weakland and Mary A. Gardner. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p. 224, #5509 Byrne, Franciscus (Thomae/Sarae omitte 1 CONC d) m. 02-19-1849 Isabella Weakland (Michaelis/Mariae omitted) wi: Jac 1 CONC ob Byrne/Henrica Bierer -unsigned. [St. Joseph's, Hart's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Francis J. Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 52, #01128 Byrne, Francisco (Thomae/Sarae) b. 01- 1 CONC 21 bp. 02-21-1823 gp: Samuel Mardis/Apollonia Mardis, his wife DAG. [ 1 CONC St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents Thomas and Sarah (unknown) Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1849 Mountain Sentinel 1 CONT CAUTION.... The following described property, now in the possession of Bar 1 CONC nabas Byrne, having been purchased by the undersigned on the 11th inst 1 CONC ., at Constable's sale, all persons are hereby cautioned against meddli 1 CONC ng in any way with said property as it belongs to them viz: one brown Hors 1 CONC e, one black Mare, one Windmill, eleven Sheep, six Hogs, one man's Saddl 1 CONC e, one white and red spotted Cow, and thirteen acres of Wheat, and eight a 1 CONC cres of Rye in the ground. Charles Weakland, Francis Byrne March 14, 18 1 CONC 50 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT stamped p. 14, Line 24 1 CONT Francis BYRNE, age 28, blacksmith, assets $75, b. Penn 1 CONT Isabella, age 27, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Sept) 1 CONT p. 283, Line 19, Plattville P.O. 1 CONT Francis BYRNE, age 38, blacksmith, assets $500/200, b. Penn 1 CONT Isabella, age 389, b. Penn 1 CONT William, age 9, b. Penn 1 CONT Cosmas, age 8, b. Penn 1 CONT Theadore, age 6, b. Penn 1 CONT Raphael, age 4, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary, age 2, b. Penn 1 CONT John, age 1, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 11, Line 5, Munster P.O. 1 CONT BURNS, Francis, age 48, farmer, assets $900/500, b. Penn 1 CONT Isabella, age 48, b. keeps house, Penn 1 CONT William, age 19, farm laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Casmus, age 18, farm laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Sheridan, age 16, farm laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Raphael, age 14, farm laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Mordeca, age 13 (female), at home, b. Penn [Mary] 1 CONT Catherine, age 9, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT John, age 11, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Harriet, age 6, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 17, ED 206, Line 40 1 CONT BYRNE, Francis, age 59, farmer, b. Penn, father b. Penn, mother b. Marylan 1 CONC d 1 CONT Isabella, age 56, wife, keeping house, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT John, age 21, son, single, laborer on farm, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah C., age 18, daughter, single, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria County Death Records. Courthouse, Ebensburg, Pennsylvania 1 CONT BURNS, FRANCIS. Male. Age 75. Married. Born in Carroll Township. [Bla 1 CONC ck]Smith. Died November 25, 1897, in Carrolltown. Bright's Disease [kidn 1 CONC ey failure.] Ill 7 days. Buried St. Benedict's. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 169. 1 CONT Byrne, Francis (of Thomas) b. Jan. 21, 1823 d. Nov. 25, 1897 1 CONT 1 CONT Pennsylvania Scrap Book Necrology, Volume 22, p. 101 1 CONT State Library of Pennsylvania 1 CONT Johnstown Democrat, Nov. 30, 1897 1 CONT Francis Byrne, a veteran of the Mexican and Civil Wars, died at his ho 1 CONC me in Carrolltown, at 11:40 o'clock a.m. on Thanksgiving Day. He had be 1 CONC en in poor health for over a year, but was seriously ill only one week. T 1 CONC he cause of his death was blood poisoning super-induced by kidney troubl 1 CONC e. Mr. Byrne was born in Loretto, this county, January 21, 1823, and w 1 CONC as consequently 75 years ten months and four days old. He enlisted as a p 1 CONC rivate in Company D, Second Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers and serv 1 CONC ed in the Mexican War from January 24, 1847, to August 14th of the same ye 1 CONC ar. He also served three years in the Civil War and proved himself a bra 1 CONC ve soldier on many fields of strife. 1 CONT In February, 1848, Mr. Byrne was married in the old Carrolltown Chap 1 CONC el to Isabel Weakland, by Rev. Father Weimer, and, saving the time he serv 1 CONC ed his country, he had resided in the vicinity of Carrolltown ever sinc 1 CONC e. He was the last of his family to quit the scenes of this life, a 1 CONC ll of his brothers and sisters having preceded him to the grave. His ag 1 CONC ed wife, and five sons survive him, all but one of whom live in or about C 1 CONC arrolltown. They are William, Cosiner [Cosmos], Theodore, Raphael, and Jo 1 CONC hn F. Three daughters also survive him. They are Mary, wife of Sylvest 1 CONC er Buck of Ohio, Sarah Katherine, married to Joseph Stich of Carrolltow 1 CONC n, and Harriet Jane, single and at home. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Benedict's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT BURNS, Francis Not Listed 25 Nov 1897 Aged 75y 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Isabella Elizabeth Weakland 1 CONT 1 CONT Not listed in St. Benedict's Cemetery Listing. 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Francis J. Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Francis J. Byrne b: January 21, 1823 d: Nov 1 CONC ember 25, 1897 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Isabella Elizabeth Weakland b: August 2 1 CONC 7, 1822 d: August 27, 1899 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 William Scott Byrne b: September 1850 d: Aft. 192 1 CONC 8 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Emma Margaret Litzinger b: October 17, 1861 d: O 1 CONC ctober 14, 1928 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Cosmos Thomas "Cos" Byrne b: February 27, 18 1 CONC 52 d: December 29, 1918 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Elizabeth Yeager b: September 13, 18 1 CONC 58 d: October 18, 1889 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Theodore Sheridan Byrne b: October 28, 1853 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Raphael Byrne b: 1856 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Amanda Byrne b: September 18, 1857 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Sylvester Hugh Buck b: June 05, 18 1 CONC 53 d: January 28, 1936 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 John F. Byrne b: 1859 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Matilda Stich b: March 14, 18 1 CONC 67 d: 1934 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Sarah Catherine Byrne b: 1861 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Joseph Stich b: 1859 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Harriet Dora Byrne b: 1864 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT 1849 Mountain Sentinel 1 CONT Correspondence - John R. Conrad 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Patricia Wiggins, Charles Lantzy. 1 CONT GedCom File - Debbie Bone 1 CONT Cambria County Death Records 1 CONT Johnstown Democrat - Obituary 1 CONT St. Benedict's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ********************************* 1 CONT In Civil War par of the "Cambria Guards," Company D. 1 CONT Source: History of Cambria County Pennsylvania by Henry Wilson Storey Volu 1 CONC me II page 7 0 @I0085@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 MAY 1826 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 JUL 1888 2 PLAC Gallitizin, Cambria County PA 1 FAMS @F0099@ 1 FAMC @F0192@ 1 NOTE @NI0085@ 0 @NI0085@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus 9 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary Ann Byrne, b. May 07, 1826 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a, d. July 08, 1888 in Gallitzin, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Mary A 1 CONC nn married Jerome A. Platt, b. November 19, 1821 in Cambria County, Pennsy 1 CONC lvania, d. March 07, 1901 in New Market, Shenandoah County, Virginia. Th 1 CONC ey were married October 01, 1844 in Harts Sleeping Place, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania. Jerome was the son of Joseph Platt and Sarah Krise. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p. 56, #1490 Plott, Jerome (p.o.) m. 10-01-1844 Ma 1 CONC ry Ann Burns (Thomas/Sarah) PHL. [St. Joseph's, Hart's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary Ann Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 70, #01498 Byrne, Maria Anna (Thomae/Sarae) b. 05 1 CONC -07 bp. 06-20-1826 gp: Rev. D.A. Gallitzin/Joanna Fagan DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents Thomas and Sarah (unknown) Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p. 56, #1490 Plott, Jerome (p.o.) m. 10-01-1844 Ma 1 CONC ry Ann Burns (Thomas/Sarah) PHL. 1 CONT 1 CONT Posted by Karen Portzer : 1 CONT 13. Mary Ann Bryne #932 b. 7 May 1826 Loretto Church Record mother: Sar 1 CONT Burgoon, m. 1 October 1844 in CVR Cambria County. Pennsylvania, Jerome (Pl 1 CONC ott) Platt b 19 1 CONT November 1821, mother Sarah Krise, d. -1901 New Market VA buried New Mark 1 CONC et VA father Joseph Platt. Mary died 8 July 1888 buried: St. Patrick Cemet 1 CONC ery, Gallitzin, Cambria County. Pennsylvania, father: Thomas Bryne. Jerom 1 CONC e: Jerome left Mary Ann and said to have married again in Virginia. A Jo 1 CONC hn W. Platt of Virginia claimed to be a son of Jerome. 1 CONT It then lists five Platt children: 1 CONT Francis Chrysostum b. 22 November 1846 1 CONT Aliexius Alban Platt b. 19 June 1852 1 CONT Arthur Stilico Platt b. 23 May 1855 1 CONT Henrietta Platt b. 17 Sept 1857 d. 26 February 1941 in Carrolltown 1 CONT Herman Celstine Platt b. 11 Sept 1869. 1 CONT The information was in a binder at a library (perhaps Blair County Genealo 1 CONC gical Society or Cambria County Historical Society) and was complied by Le 1 CONC ora Rabuck 1920 3rd Ave Altoona, Pennsylvania 16601 in 1995. 1 CONT 1 CONT I was looking to enter my "to be filed" information" and noticed a coup 1 CONC le surnames on some information that I had copied that may be able to comp 1 CONC licate you discussion. 1 CONT I was had photocopied information for John Bryne, who married into my line 1 CONC s.... directly below his information was the information for May Ann Bryne 1 CONC .... 1 CONT 13. Mary Ann Bryne #932 b. 7 May 1826 Loretto Church Record mother: Sar 1 CONC ah Burgoon, m. 1 October 1844 in CVR Cambria County. Pennsylvania, Jero 1 CONC me (Plott) Platt b 19 November 1821, mother Sarah Krise, d. -1901 New Mark 1 CONC et VA buried New Market VA father Joseph Platt. Mary died 8 July 1888 buri 1 CONC ed: St. Patrick Cemetery, Gallitzin, Cambria County. Pennsylvania, fathe 1 CONC r: Thomas Bryne. Jerome: Jerome left Mary Ann and said to have married aga 1 CONC in in Virginia. A John W. Platt of Virginia claimed to be a son of Jerome. 1 CONT It then lists five Platt children: 1 CONT Francis Chrysostum b. 22 November 1846 1 CONT Aliexius Alban Platt b. 19 June 1852 1 CONT Arthur Stilico Platt b. 23 May 1855 1 CONT Henrietta Platt b. 17 Sept 1857 d. 26 February 1941 in Carrolltown 1 CONT Herman Celstine Platt b. 11 Sept 1869. 1 CONT Then next person in the book was 1 CONT 14. Mary Ann McGuire b. 21 Aug 1801. Her parents were Eleanor Byne and Ric 1 CONC hard McGuire. Followed by her children and then sister 15. Catherine McGui 1 CONC re. 1 CONT The information was in a binder at a library (perhaps Blair County Genealo 1 CONC gical Society or Cambria County Historical Society) and was complied by Le 1 CONC ora Rabuck 1920 3rd Ave Altoona, Pennsylvania 16601 in 1995. 1 CONT It appears that your Platt, Byrne and McGuires may have been a close kn 1 CONC it community. [Karen Portzer] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census, Gallitzin, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 13, ED 201, Line 43 1 CONT Platt, Mary Ann, age 51, married, keeping house, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Alex A., age 24, single, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Arthur, age 22, single, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Herman, age 10, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT I also have Mary Ann's death as 1888, and she was the youngest daught 1 CONC er of Thomas Byrne and Sarah Burgoon. In 1880, she was living with 3 of h 1 CONC er sons in Gallitzin. Her baptism is in Vol I of CVR, #1498, and paren 1 CONC ts are Thomas and Sara. Her marriage to Jerome is in Vol II of CVR, #149 1 CONC 0, and while her last name is spelled Burns, her parents are Thomas and Sa 1 CONC rah. So I think that "second" marriage is what's off. I have 4 Mary Ann 1 CONC s, 3 Marys and 4 or 5 Mary Something-else among the Byrne families, all bo 1 CONC rn in the mid 1800s, so no doubt one of them is the wife in that second ma 1 CONC rriage. [Janet Ebaugh] 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Jerome A. Platt 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 49, #01061 Blatt, Hieronimus (Josephi/Sarae) b. 11 1 CONC -19-1821 ceremonies of baptism supplied 05-19-1822 gp: Joannes Dougherty 1 CONC /Margarita Ekenroth DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jerome left Mary Ann and said to have married again in Virginia. A Jo 1 CONC hn W. Platt of Virginia claimed to be a son of Jerome, b. 1881. 1 CONT 1 CONT There is a newspaper editor in the Jerome & Mary Ann Platt line. Charles P 1 CONC latt was the editor of the Gallitzin Item I was wondering if anyone has lo 1 CONC oked at the microfilms for any Platt family information. Joe Platt mention 1 CONC ed the newspaper in his book The Platt Family History but he did not quo 1 CONC te from it. He is the fella who found the 2nd marriage, grave & obit of Je 1 CONC rome in Va. 1 CONT I think its great that you are asking your cousin about the John W & Jero 1 CONC me mystery. 1 CONT Many thanks, Jane 1 CONT 1 CONT January 18, 1852, named as godparent with his sister, Catherine Platt, f 1 CONC or Joseph C. Platt, son of Joseph and Drusilla Baum Platt. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, White Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Jerome Plott, age 28, farmer, assets $175, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary A, age 24, b. Penn 1 CONT Francis, age 3, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Sept) 1 CONT Line 28 1 CONT Platt, Jerome, age 36, farmer, assets $2000/700, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary A, age 33, b. Penn 1 CONT Francis, age 13, b. Penn (male) 1 CONT Elexius, age 8, b. Penn (male) 1 CONT Arthur, age 5, b. Penn 1 CONT Henrietta, age 3, b. Penn 1 CONT Margaret, age 8/12, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Ebensburg, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT p. 4 of 32; at the St. Clair Hotel: 1 CONT Platt, Jerome, age 46, occ keeping hotel, assets $1500, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary A, age 43, occ keeping house, b. Penn 1 CONT Francis C, age 22, occ clerk at hotel, assets $300, b. Penn 1 CONT Lexius L, age 17, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Arthur S, age 14, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Henrietta, age 12, at school, b. Penn 1 CONT Herman C, age 9/12, at home, b. Penn in Sept. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Shenandoah Valley, March 7, 1901, New Market, Shenandoah County, VA 1 CONT Death of Mr. Jerome A Platt. 1 CONT Mr Jerome A. Platt, toll-gate keeper on top of the Massanutten mountain, f 1 CONC our miles east of New Market, Va., after an illness of several months, di 1 CONC ed this (Thursday) afternoon. He came to Page county from Pennsylvania a 1 CONC nd was 78 years old. He leaves a wife, but no relatives in this vicinity. 1 CONT A priest was summoned here from Winchester by telegram about eight days ag 1 CONC o, who ministered to Mr. P's spiritual wants. 1 CONT His remains will be buried Emmanual Evangelical Lutheran church graveyar 1 CONC d, in this place, on Saturday morning at ten o'clock. We understand a mess 1 CONC age will be sent this evening to a Catholic minister, in Wincheste 1 CONC r, to be present and conduct the funeral services. 1 CONT 1 CONT I did find a JEROME PLATT in the 1880 census in Virginia. 1 CONT So much information does not jive, but in 1880, a fella named 1 CONT Jerome Platt (age 50) was married to a MANDY BURNES (age 22) 1 CONT (Jane Tripp) 1 CONT 1 CONT 2nd marriage for Jerome: Marriage register Page County, VA: Groom: Plat 1 CONC t, Jerome Augustine age: 72, widower POB: Pennsylvania POR: Page County Pa 1 CONC rents: Joseph & Sarah OCC Bark dealer MISC Line #27, page 80 Bride: Water 1 CONC s, L. F. age: 54, single POB: Page County POR: Page County parents: --Mini 1 CONC ster: J. A. Norton [c. 1893] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Mary Ann Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Mary Ann Byrne b: May 07, 1826 d: Ju 1 CONC ly 08, 1888 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Jerome A. Platt b: November 19, 18 1 CONC 21 d: March 07, 1901 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Francis Chrysostom Platt b: November 22, 18 1 CONC 46 d: July 07, 1929 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Lavinia Elizabeth McDermitt b: January 1 1 CONC 3, 1851 d: March 29, 1914 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Alexander Alban Platt b: June 19, 18 1 CONC 52 d: August 26, 1916 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Margaret Cramer b: August 26, 1859 d: Octob 1 CONC er 06, 1926 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Arthur Stilico "Otto" Platt b: May 23, 18 1 CONC 55 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Mary E. (Platt) b: November 14, 18 1 CONC 58 d: May 18, 1905 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Henrietta Platt b: September 11, 18 1 CONC 57 d: February 26, 1941 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Winifred "Margaret" Platt b: December 2 1 CONC 3, 1859 d: Bef. 1870 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Margaret Platt b: 1860 d: Mar 1 CONC ch 07, 1863 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Herman Celestine Platt b: September 11, 18 1 CONC 69 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Emma Adams b: September 1869 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Marriage register Page County, VA 1 CONT Correspondence - Janet Ebaugh 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck, March 12, 1999. 1 CONT Message Board - Karen Portzer 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT The Shenandoah Valley - Obituary 1 CONT 1 CONT I have a probable second marriage for Jerome, although he could have fathe 1 CONC red the following child out of wedlock: 1 CONT 1 CONT John W. Platt b. 1881 probably Virginia 1 CONT 1 CONT Papers of Joe Platt - Wysong family reunion: 1 CONT Jerome Platt migrated to Virginia and reportedly married. 1 CONT John W Platt, Luray, VA, claimed to be the son of Jerome. Reported to Char 1 CONC les Francis Chrysostum. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1910 Census, Luray, Page County, VA (May) 1 CONT ED 51, Sheet 16A, Line 1 1 CONT Platt, John, head, age 29, m/ 7 yrs; b VA, parents b. VA; house painter 1 CONT Effie, wife, female, age 27, m/7 years; 4 ch/ 3 living; b VA, parents b. V 1 CONC A 1 CONT May, dau, age 6, b VA 1 CONT William, son, age 3, b VA 1 CONT Walter, son, age 1 9/12, b VA 1 CONT Henkel, Claude, brother-in-law, age 14, b VA 1 CONT 1 CONT 1920 Census, Luray, Page County, VA (Jan) 1 CONT ED 64, Sheet 8B, Line 55, Luray New Market Turnpike 1 CONT Platt, John W, head, home owner; age 38, married; b VA, parents b. VA, lab 1 CONC orer, telephone co. 1 CONT Effie C, wife, age 36, b VA, parents b. VA 1 CONT May H, dau, age 15, b VA 1 CONT William C, son, age 13, b VA 1 CONT Walter H, son, age 11, b VA 1 CONT Henkle, John D, father-in-law, age 64, widower; b Va, parents b. VA, occ m 1 CONC iller? 1 CONT McNally, Henrietta, [half] sister, age 60, widow, b Pennsylvania, paren 1 CONC ts b. Pennsylvania 1 CONT Platt, Agnes E, niece, age 21, single; b Pennsylvania, parents b. Pennsylv 1 CONC ania; printer, job dept 1 CONT Platt, Elmer A, nephew, age 2 9/12, b Pennsylvania, parents b. Pennsylvani 1 CONC a 1 CONT [Agnes E. is daughter of Herman C. Platt, Elmer could be her illigimate so 1 CONC n] 1 CONT 1 CONT Farmer's Mutual Telephone Directory in 1923 in Luray District, Page County 1 CONC ., Virginia. Platt, John W., res. Luray, VA 1 CONT Note:also listed in the directory are WATERS: 1 CONT Waters, Bradley, res. Kimball, VA 1 CONT Waters, James, res. Sperryville, VA 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Jane Tripp 0 @I0086@ INDI 1 NAME Michael Joseph /McGuire/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 APR 1785 2 PLAC Maryland 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 APR 1785 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 JUN 1835 2 PLAC Baltimore, Baltimore County MD 1 FAMS @F0058@ 1 FAMC @F0027@ 1 NOTE @NI0086@ 0 @NI0086@ NOTE 1 CONC Posted by: mary snyder hoffken (ID *****7762) 1 CONT Date: July 27, 2008 at 13:51:40 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT I know this subject must have been discussed before, but I would apprecia 1 CONC te any help. I am trying to fill out a DAR application and I am stuck at M 1 CONC ary Ann daughter of Sara Byrne. I have the Platt tree that lists h 1 CONC er as a Platt, but I understand that she may have been the daughter of Mic 1 CONC hael Joseph McGuire, son of Michael McGuire. 1 CONT 1 CONT I am decended from her daughter Lucinda Luther Snyder. 1 CONT 1 CONT In Reply to: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT She was indeed the dau. of Michael McGuire and Sara Ann Byrne. They nev 1 CONC er married and she later married John Platt who raised Mary Ann. Maybe the 1 CONC se notes will help. A careful study of the church records including sponso 1 CONC rs will show her using both Plat and McGuire, I think. But I suppose the b 1 CONC est evidence is her tombstone and age. 1 CONT 1 CONT Birth record parents Michael McGuire and Sara Byrne [special note: Prin 1 CONC ce Gallitzen only puts mother's last name on records of couples who are n 1 CONC ot married] 1 CONT Marriage record says Mary Ann Byrne. 1 CONT I believe she was raised by John Platt. 1820 John has a female b. 1804-18 1 CONC 10 living with him. 1 CONT 1870 Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA Mary Ann 67; Victoria 23 1 CONT Tombstone at St. Benedict's Cemetery. Our Mother (Cross shown with IHS)MA 1 CONC RY ANN Wife of JOHN LUTHER DIED April 10, 1880 Aged 76 years, 7 mo 1 CONC s. & 18 ds. May she rest in peace amen. 1 CONT Birth according to stone, Aug. 23, 1803. Birth according to baptism reco 1 CONC rd 9/1803. 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda, 1 CONT I am currently looking for the 1810 Census record for John Platt. Any he 1 CONC lp you can give me to help locate the record would be appreciated - like w 1 CONC here he was living. 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary, 1 CONT 1 CONT 1810 Allegheny twp. pg 14 Plought, John. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by Brenda WALLACE 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda, Thank you for the follow up! I guess this changes the directi 1 CONC on of my search. Do you know where I can find information on Michael McGui 1 CONC re's Father - Captain Michael McGuire's Revolutionary War Records? 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT This is what I have found on Michael McGUire's service informtion. 1 CONT 1 CONT Rolls of the following Companies of Militia in this district were return 1 CONC ed to the Committee, Viz.t: 1 CONT Page 56: Capt. Michael McGuire’s Company: 1 CONT Michael McGuire, Capt Rudolph Bruboi, 1st Lt.; Thomas Rice, 2d. Lt; Lawren 1 CONC ce Aubock, 1 CONT Ensign; Michael Isgreeg, Andrew Speelman, Ludowick Miller, George Marti 1 CONC n, Sergeants; James Hares, 1 CONT Nicholas Baile, Benj.m Farlme, Martin Hance, Corporals; Alex.r McDonald, D 1 CONC rummer, Conrad Routsong, Fifer and 51 Privates. (Maryland Historical Magaz 1 CONC ine" Published by Maryland Historical Society, Vol. XI, Baltimore, 1916 Pa 1 CONC ge 50: "Journal of the Committee of Observation of the Middle Distri 1 CONC ct of Frederick County, Maryland) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1776. MCGUIRE, MICHAEL et al. (FR) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY. Controversy ov 1 CONC er the appointment of officers in the 35th Batt. [Maryland archives M 1 CONC SA S 989-1767, MdHR 4574-40 1 /6 /4 /6.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1776 McGuire, Michael. Captain of a militia, company in the 3rd battali 1 CONC on on Nov 29, 1775, (Ref E-56 see above for E) Ref B-103 The Maryland Mili 1 CONC tia in the revolutionary War by Clements & Wright) Associator who assist 1 CONC ed in "handing about the Association paper" in 1776 Ref E-245[Revolutiona 1 CONC ry Patriots of Frederick Co., MD. 1775-83 by Henry C. Peden Jr] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1778 September 8 Capt. Michael McGuire certified that he was qualifi 1 CONC ed to be Deputy Sheriff in Frederick Co., MD (Frederick Co., MD land reco 1 CONC rd RP pg. 437) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1782 MCGUIRE, MICHAEL, Capt. to PRICE, THOMAS, Comsy. Provisions (FR). Dat 1 CONC es: 1782, Apr. 1. Cash receipt. [Maryland archives MSA S 1004-57-13952 Md 1 CONC HR 6636-42-27/1 Location: 1/7/3/52] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1782 MCGUIRE, MICHAEL to PRICE, THOMAS, Comsy. Provisons (FR).Dates: 178 1 CONC 2, Apr. 1.Expense account for cattle. [Maryland archives MSA S 1004-57-139 1 CONC 53 MdHR 6636-42-27/3 Location: 1/7/3/52] 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda, I just ordered this book: Maryland Militia in the Revolutionary W 1 CONC ar - S. Eugene Clements & F. Edward Wright. Is this the records you refere 1 CONC nced? Thank you so much for sharing your information. 1 CONT 1 CONT I have also seen a hint http://www.footnote.com/search.php?query=michael+m 1 CONC cguire+revolutionary+war+ 1 CONT 1 CONT It comes up with the Maryland third regiment and … 1 CONT 1 CONT Maryland » Sarer's Company (Washington County), Militia » Individu 1 CONC al » M » McGuire, Michael » Page 2 1 CONT Publication Title: 1 CONT Compiled Service Records of Soldiers Who Served in the American Army Duri 1 CONC ng the Revolutionary War 1 CONT Surname: 1 CONT McGuire 1 CONT 1 CONT Also Revolutionary War Pensions 1 CONT … Pennsylvania » P » Platt » John Platt » Page 71 1 CONT Publication Title: 1 CONT Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files 1 CONT Matches from Member Discoveries (1) 1 CONT • Annotations: 1 CONT o Michael Mcguire 1 CONT 1 CONT Thank you for you help discovering our new relative. 1 CONT 1 CONT You might try the Maryland archives. http://query.mdarchives.state.md.us 1 CONT 1 CONT These are similar to the printed PA archives. You will find many referenc 1 CONC es to Michael. I believe you can order copies of the originals, but I ha 1 CONC ve never tried. 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda 1 CONT Brenda, How do we know Michael Joesph McGuire is the Michael McGuire in t 1 CONC he birth record, do you know? 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT Maybe we can't be sure, but the Souvenir of Loretto and Catholic Trails We 1 CONC st both put him as the same. Also what other Michael would there be in Lor 1 CONC etto at this time? 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by Brenda WALLACE 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda, another cousin of mine is also working on family history and a des 1 CONC cended from Mary Ann asked me the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT How sure are we that the Michael McGuire that got Sarah Ann Byrne pregna 1 CONC nt is Michael Joseph McGuire? I assume that it is he because he was 16 a 1 CONC nd she was 17. His older brother married her older sister. So they saw o 1 CONC ne another and they lived near one another, and although in those days th 1 CONC ey had responsibilities as adults they were still unworldly hormonal kid 1 CONC s. However, there was another Michael McGuire son of Barnabas McGuire th 1 CONC at lived in Huntington, which is not that far from Loretto, but he was old 1 CONC er and married. 1 CONT 1 CONT I knew about the Souvenir of Loretto but I did not know about the other bo 1 CONC ok Catholic Trails West you referenced. I really appreciate your sharing y 1 CONC our knowledge with me. 1 CONT 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT The Michael from Huntingdon was the husband of Michael Joseph's older sist 1 CONC er. If he was having an illegitamite child, I think it would have caused q 1 CONC uite an uproar. But I do not think we have concrete proof and I don't kn 1 CONC ow how to find it. When Michael Joseph died in Baltimore in 1835 he did n 1 CONC ot mention any children, nor did there seem to be any deeds involving a 1 CONC ny children. Michael's wife Margaret got everything. So no proof there. Mi 1 CONC chael of Huntingdon left a bible record, but it does not include any Ma 1 CONC ry Ann. Likewise, no mention of her in the settlement of his estate. I don 1 CONC 't know where to look for confirmation. Sorry I can't be more definative f 1 CONC or you. 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by Brenda WALLACE 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda, Can you tell me when you think Michael McGuire Jr was born and w 1 CONC ho was his mother? The 1717 seems out of place. 1 CONT 1 CONT Also, I have looked at all the Ledoux entries as well as others and alo 1 CONC ng with your well studied opinion, I have come to agree that Mary Ann w 1 CONC as the illigimate daughter of Michael Joseph McGuire and Sarah Byrnes. I g 1 CONC uess you have read Catholic Trails West, vol 2. I thought it interesting t 1 CONC hat Sarah Byrnes was listed with Michael McGuire and Mary Ann pg 693 and t 1 CONC hen with Michael McGuire and with John Platt on page 715. 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by Brenda WALLACE 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda, Can you tell me when you think Michael McGuire Jr was born and w 1 CONC ho was his mother? The 1717 seems out of place. 1 CONT 1 CONT Also, I have looked at all the Ledoux entries as well as others and alo 1 CONC ng with your well studied opinion, I have come to agree that Mary Ann w 1 CONC as the illigimate daughter of Michael Joseph McGuire and Sarah Byrnes. I g 1 CONC uess you have read Catholic Trails West, vol 2. I thought it interesting t 1 CONC hat Sarah Byrnes was listed with Michael McGuire and Mary Ann pg 693 and t 1 CONC hen with Michael McGuire and with John Platt on page 715. 1 CONT 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by Brenda WALLACE 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda, 1 CONT Thank you for your reply. I noticed on some trees the addition of Mary Bur 1 CONC ke. I am glad I asked you instead of taking the information as fact. 1 CONT 1 CONT Another question or two, do you know if Capt. McGuire fought at Chadds For 1 CONC d? In the Catholic Trails West, John Adams says that he came to Taneyto 1 CONC wn and a company was then on the march and he joined them. They went to Ch 1 CONC adds Ford. I believe Michael came from that Taneytown unit. 1 CONT 1 CONT Do you know who Cornelius McGuire is? 1 CONT Who Michael Mcguire, son of Bartholomew is and who is Bartholomew. 1 CONT 1 CONT Appreciate any help. 1 CONT Thank you, 1 CONT Mary 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT I do not know about any places where Michael might have served in the wa 1 CONC r. I just never followed up that angle. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cornelius was the son of Andrew who died in Frederick Co., MD in 1784. I b 1 CONC elieve Andrew was a brother of Michael sr but I have no evidence to suppo 1 CONC rt that. 1 CONT 1 CONT Bartholomew seems to first show up in DEL as an indentured servant. He lat 1 CONC er settles in the West Twp Huntingdon Co area. His son Michael married Ca 1 CONC pt Michael's daughter Patience. I can find no connections between these fa 1 CONC milies except the marriage. Bartholomew does not seem to have ever been th 1 CONC ru MD and I have no evidence that Capt Mike was in West twp. But the ki 1 CONC ds had to meet somehow!! MIchael and Patience's first child was baptiz 1 CONC ed at Conewago Chapel in Adams Co., PA. This is just across the border fr 1 CONC om Taneytown area. I can't figure out how with Michael growing up in Hunti 1 CONC ngdon and Patience's family moving to Cambria about 7 years before the bir 1 CONC th of their first child, how she was baptized at Conewago? Did Conewago se 1 CONC nd out a circuit rider? Did Michael and Patience travel back to Taneyto 1 CONC wn area? What a mystery? 1 CONT 1 CONT I suppose Bartholomew could be a brother of Michael sr but I have no evide 1 CONC nce. If he was and he was indentured in Del. then maybe the brothers ca 1 CONC me to Philadelphia and Bartholomew was bought by some farmer in Del. and M 1 CONC ichael was bought by John Lemmon in Adams Co., PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT So many mysteries. I love this hobby. 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by Brenda WALLACE 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda, 1 CONT Do you have a copy of Captain Michael McGuire's Will naming Michael Josep 1 CONC h? Still filling out the DAR forms and I noticed in one of you posts th 1 CONC is reference you posted for Michael Joseph: 1 CONT 1803 Huntingdon Co., PA Orphans Court May term 1803 named as heir of Micha 1 CONC el McGuire of Allegheny Twp 1 CONT 1 CONT Thank you 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi, 1 CONT 1 CONT There was no will. Here is the timeline with references for all the docume 1 CONC ntation. Unfortunately I did not make copies but rather abstracted. To g 1 CONC et copies you would have to write to the varies courthouses. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1793 (Carousso, Guide to Decedents Estates; Will Book One 1787-1807 --pa 1 CONC ge 65) letters of administration for Michael McGuire estate of Franksto 1 CONC wn Twp granted 12/3/1793. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1795 Estate records of Michael McGuire and guardianship of Michael, son.[S 1 CONC omerset Co., PA orphan's court No. 7-1795] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1803 Cambria Co., Orphans Court. May term 1803 Petition of Thomas B. Durb 1 CONC in and Mary his wife, late Mary McGuire: names widow Rachel and children M 1 CONC ary, Luke, Richard, Patience wife of Michael McGuire of Shavers Creek, Rut 1 CONC h, Appolance, and Michael all as heirs of Michael of Allegheny Twp. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1805 April 15 Luke and Margaret; Richard and Eleanor; Michael and Patienc 1 CONC e; James Maghen and Appolonia; Michael Jr. sell to Thomas and Mary Durb 1 CONC in land called "McGuire Bridge" 190a warranted 1/19/1793. Adj. Michael a 1 CONC nd Rachel White and Michael McGuire. [Cambria Co., PA deeds 1-327] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1805 April 17 Heirs of Michael McGuire sell to Michael and Patience McGui 1 CONC re 171a part of patent to Michael Jr. and adj. Richard. [Cambria Co., PA d 1 CONC eeds 2-424] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1805 April 17 Michael McGuire's heirs to Michael Jr. 171 a adj. Richard,pa 1 CONC rt of patent to Mike Jr. 1/19/1793 [Cambria Co., PA deeds 109-30] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1811 Jan. 25 Richard and Luke McGuire sell to Henry Cooper 107 a part of H 1 CONC ibernia on Clearfield Creek adj. Daniel Delozier, Thomas Smith, Peter Burg 1 CONC oon, Philip Cooper. Part of warrant to Jacob Good on Nov. 15, 1785.Deed 1 CONC ed to Richard and patented on Sept. 11, 1809 Patent book H. vol.1-752. [Ca 1 CONC mbria Co., PA deeds 1-218] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1813 April 10 Deed names all the heirs of Michael McGuire selling 10 1 CONC 0a to James C. Maguire of Ebensburg adj. Thomas Durbin, James Mageehan, An 1 CONC drew McFarland, and Rev. Gallitzin [Cambria Co., PA deeds 2-6] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1813 May 10 Luke and Margaret McGuire and Richard and Eleanor McGuire se 1 CONC ll to Rev. Demetruis Gallitzin 410a on Clearfield Creek patent March 5,18 1 CONC 12 to Luke patent book H vol. 6-690 and 402a patent on same day to Richa 1 CONC rd book H vol. 6-692. adj. Luke, Roman Catholic Church, Dr. Brownson, Jo 1 CONC hn Wickland. [Cambria Co., PA deed 1-329 and 2-562] 1 CONT 1 CONT Hope this helps Brenda 1 CONT Brenda, 1 CONT There always seems to be more questions... In the Sourenir of Loretto on p 1 CONC age 187 it lists Mary (of Michael and Sarah) b. Sept 1803 d. June 12, 18 1 CONC 72 - do you know who this is? 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT According to my notes, she was Mary Burke the wife of Henry J. McGUire. S 1 CONC he left estate records in Cambria Co., PA in June 1872 naming her sister 1 CONC s. Hope this helps. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by Brenda WALLACE 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda, I can tell you love the "hunt". You have done a wonderful job wi 1 CONC th what you already discovered. One thing I notice in this hobby is the fa 1 CONC ct that families use names over and over and that makes the information ha 1 CONC rder to discern. Many times when I read your replies, a light will go of 1 CONC f, and I will understand something else I read about the family. You he 1 CONC lp has really been appreciated. v/r,Mary 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael J. McGuire 1785-1835 Cambria PA 1 CONT Posted by: Brenda Wallace Date: May 15, 2001 at 08:04:46 1 CONT of 1066 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Here is a time line on Michael Joseph McGuire 1785-1835 for any research 1 CONC er who might be interested in this family. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1785 Michael born in Frederick Co., MD 1 CONT 1788 Michael moved to Cambria Co., PA area with his family. 1 CONT 1803 Huntingdon Co., PA Orphans Court May term 1803 named as heir of Micha 1 CONC el McGuire of Allegheny Twp. 1 CONT 1803 birth of Mary Ann McGuire daughter of Michael and Sara Byrne. The 1 CONC re is no marriage record for Michael and Sara Byrne. Later data would sugg 1 CONC est they never married. [I have more data on Sara and Mary Ann] 1 CONT 1808 Allegheny Tax list Michael does not show in 1810,1811, 1814,1815,181 1 CONC 6. I am not sure this Michael is the right one. 1 CONT 1810 sponsors child of Patrick and Appollonia Burke. 1 CONT 1810 Baltimore Co., MD M. McGuire 20010 20001 a Daniel Delozier was livi 1 CONC ng two doors away with numbers 00101 0001 The 1810 numbers do not work wel 1 CONC l. Might not be Michael. Michael does not appear to be living with his mot 1 CONC her in Cambria in 1810. 1 CONT 1820 6th ward, Baltimore Co., MD Michael McGuire 00001 0111 1 CONT 1824 Michael Maguire, carpenter lives on Holliday St. west side south of P 1 CONC leasant. [Directories prior to 1824 need to be check to see when Michael a 1 CONC rrived in Baltimore] 1 CONT 1828 Michael J. and Margaret of Baltimore sell to Luke McGuire for $1 la 1 CONC nd called Boot in Allegheny Twp. patented 12/22/1813 book 10 pg. 303. De 1 CONC ed 5/5/1828 Cambria Co., PA deeds 3-437. [Further deed work needs to be do 1 CONC ne in order to tighten up Michael's actual move Baltimore. 1 CONT 1830 6th ward, Baltimore Co., MD Michael J. McGuire 20101 10102 1 CONT 1833 Michael J. Maguire/McGuire lives on Holliday St. south of Pleasant a 1 CONC nd has a shop at 50 N. Gay St. 1 CONT 1835 June 8 Michael McGuire buried Basillica of the Assumption of Bless 1 CONC ed Virgin Mary. 1 CONT 1835 Margaret Maguire begins to administer the estate of Michael. There a 1 CONC re no children mentioned in any of the references. There were 5 lots list 1 CONC ed in the inventory. There are no deeds showing the sell of this land. [Ba 1 CONC ltimore Co., MD Administration Accounts vol. 34-130; Baltimore Co, MD admi 1 CONC nistration accounts vol. 42-12; Baltimore Co., MD inventories vol. 44-3 1 CONC 91 and 45-481] 1 CONT 1840 6th ward, Baltimore Co., MD Margaret Maguire 010011 0111101 1 CONT 1 CONT The numbers in the census might suggest that Michael and Margaret had fo 1 CONC ur children born between 1800-1810. The numbers for 1820 show that the t 1 CONC wo males have probably died. The girls however were born between 1804-18 1 CONC 10 and 1794-1804. This fits with the 1810 dates. By 1830 there is a you 1 CONC ng family living with Michael and Margaret. The dates do not seem to wo 1 CONC rk for anyone. Both Michael and Margaret seem too young. Also we know th 1 CONC at Margaret had a boarding house by 1837. Quite possibly she ran this boar 1 CONC ding house long before this time and the census reflect boarders and no ch 1 CONC ildren. I have looked in the baptisms of the Assumption of the Blessed Vir 1 CONC gin Mary and found no McGuires married or born in the right time fra 1 CONC me to be children of Michael and Margaret. Neither could I find Micha 1 CONC el or Margaret sponsoring any children in this time frame. There were oth 1 CONC er churches in the area and perhaps Michael and Margaret actually attend 1 CONC ed a congregation who shared the cemetery of the Assumption church. All t 1 CONC he surviving church records need to be checked carefully. The cemetery l 1 CONC ot at Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Mulberry a 1 CONC nd Catherdral Sts. might show who was buried near Michael and Margaret a 1 CONC nd give leads to possible children. Also the city directories might show w 1 CONC ho was living at 58 Holiday in 1847. This person might have been the he 1 CONC ir of Margaret. Using this name in the deeds might turn up some useful inf 1 CONC ormation. 1 CONT 1 CONT This shows that there are still a few gaps in the history of Michael Josep 1 CONC h, however there are no doubts that this is the son of Capt. Michael and t 1 CONC hat he lived and died in Baltimore. Did he go to Baltimore with the Dani 1 CONC el Delozier who was living just one house away? Did he marry before goi 1 CONC ng to Baltimore? 1 CONT 1 CONT I will be happy to entertain comments, corrections, and additions to Micha 1 CONC el Joseph. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From: "JC Tripp" 1 CONT Subject: Re: [PaCambri] John Luther, son of Conrad 1 CONT Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2003 14:44:07 -0700 1 CONT References: <3F119A83.000003.01452@@nana-main> 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT That's a good question Beth, 1 CONT I have just been working on this. I put together a few things with a 1 CONT timeline following, but.... this is credible only if I am correct in 1 CONT thinking that Michael Joseph McGuire and Richard McGuire are BROTHERS and 1 CONT are SONS of Michael McGuire & Rachel Brown. Please correct any info. 1 CONT Brenda Wallace has extensively researched the McGuire family, and I thi 1 CONC nk or 1 CONT her as having the most complete information and the expert. 1 CONT 1 CONT I have that Sarah Byrne & Michael Joseph McGuire had a daughter Mary Ann i 1 CONC n 1 CONT 1803. This is the gal who married John Luther. 1 CONT Ledoux vol 1 p 3 1 CONT #00058 McGuire, Maria Anna (Michael/Sara Byrne) 1 CONT b 09-__-1803 bp 09-__-1803 1 CONT gp Michael Byrne/omitted 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael's brother Richard married Sara's sister Eleanor: 1 CONT Richard McGuire married Eleanor Byrne. No record of marriage (first marria 1 CONC ge 1 CONT at Loretto recorded in 1803), but baptisms at Loretto starting in 1801. 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael McGuire and Sara Byrne had baby Mary Ann in 1803.No record of 1 CONT marriage. 1 CONT 1 CONT I found no marriage for John Platt & Sara, but in John Platt Sr.'s pension 1 CONT file, Sara gives the date of their marriage as 1809. I do not believe Sara 1 CONT was a widow as McGuire family history (thanks to Brenda Wallace) says 1 CONT Michael moved to (or near) Baltimore, married and had children. 1 CONT 1 CONT More info: 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux vol 1 p 8 1 CONT #00179 Byrne, Demetrius Augustine (Thomas/Sarae) 1 CONT b. omitted bp. 06-07-1807 1 CONT gp: Petrus Rossiter/Sara Byrne, sister of Thos. DAG 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux vol 1 p 14: 1 CONT #00304 McAfee, Michael (Petri/Catharinae) 1 CONT b. 09-09-1809 bp. 02-04-1810 1 CONT gp: Michael McGuire (son of Michael & Rachel)/Honoria Burgoon, dau. of 1 CONT Jacobus DAG 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux vol 1 p 46-47: 1 CONT #01001 Byrne, Henricus (Joannis/Mariae Annae) 1 CONT b. 08-19 bp. 09-23-1821 1 CONT gp: Henricus Bender/ 1 CONT (1) Maria Anna Maguire, d. of Michael (2) Sara Byrne, wife of Joannes Blat 1 CONC t 1 CONT DAG 1 CONT 1 CONT So..... I with this info & some Cambria Co & Platt family history info I p 1 CONC ut 1 CONT together a timeline. Please let me know if any is incorrect. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1795: The Byrne family moves to Cambria Co (near the McGuire farm?) 1 CONT pre 1800 Eleanor Byrne marries Richard McGuire 1 CONT 9/1800: Eleanor & Richard McGuire have a baby - Mary Anne 1 CONT After the summer of 1801 (or as late as 1802): John Platt & family move to 1 CONT Huntington Co. (Cambria Co) 1 CONT 9/1803: Eleanor Byrne & Richard McGuire have a baby - Bridgitte 1 CONT 9/1803: Sarah Byrne & Michael McGuire have a baby - Mary Ann 1 CONT 6/1807: Sarah is using the Byrne name at baptism of nephew Demetrius 1 CONT 1809: Sarah Byrne marries John Platt Jr. 1 CONT 2/4/1810: Michael McGuire is still in town for a baptism 1 CONT 6/15/1810: Sarah Byrne & John Platt Jr. have a baby - Elizabeth 1 CONT 1/29/1813: Sarah Byrne & John Platt Jr. have a baby - and name him Michael 1 CONT Joseph same name as Mary Ann's father - Michael Joseph McGuire! what's wit 1 CONC h 1 CONT that? 1 CONT 9/23/1821: Mary Anne gives surname McGuire, d. of Michael as a baptismal 1 CONT sponsor 1 CONT (note: her mother is also a sponsor) 1 CONT 5-31-1825: Mary Ann Byrne married John Luther 1 CONT (her father has moved, she is now using her mother's maiden name) 1 CONT 1 CONT I have a question associated with this mess? 1 CONT In the Souvenir of Loretto & the book Gallitzin there is a Luke McGuire. I 1 CONC s 1 CONT he related to Richard & Michael Joseph? If not, who are his parents? 1 CONT Here is the info: (apologies - now this is really getting too long) 1 CONT (There is no year associated with this list, but Bridget is 8 years o 1 CONC ld - b. 1 CONT 1803 and Catherine is 4 yrs old - b. 1807) 1 CONT ?1811?: 1 CONT Maguire 1 CONT Eleanor [Maguire] , wife of Richard. 1 CONT Mary Ann [Maguire], 18 years 1 CONT Rachel Bridget [Maguire], 8 years 1 CONT Catharine [Maguire], 4 years 1 CONT Julia [Maguire], 2 years 1 CONT 1 CONT Luke Maguire's family: 1 CONT Henry [Maguire], 16 years 1 CONT Luke [Maguire], 15 years 1 CONT Augustine [Maguire], 6 years 1 CONT Milburga [Maguire], 13 years 1 CONT Mary [Maguire], 12 years 1 CONT Elizabeth [Maguire], 9 years 1 CONT Margaret [Maguire], 4 years 1 CONT Catharine [Walters], 1-2 years 1 CONT 1 CONT Jane 1 CONT researching Platt in Cambria Co. 1 CONT ----- Original Message ----- 1 CONT From: "Beth Fladaker" 1 CONT To: 1 CONT Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2003 10:44 AM 1 CONT Subject: [PaCambri] John Luther, son of Conrad 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT > In looking at Rootsweb World Connect Project I find that everyone who ha 1 CONC s 1 CONT posted information on John Luther, son of Conrad Luther, has John marri 1 CONC ed to 1 CONT Mary Ann Platt, 31 MAY 1835 in Loretto, Cambria Co., Pa. However, I find 1 CONT the following in Ledoux Catholic Vital Records: 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 152, #03187 Luther, Joannes (deceased 1 CONT Conradi/Elisabeth) m. 05-31-1825 Maria Anna Byrne (p.o.) wi: omitted 1 CONT DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT So, did John marry Mary Ann Platt or Mary Ann Byrne??? 1 CONT 1 CONT Beth Fladaker 1 CONT Tacoma, WA 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire 1 CONT Posted by: Brenda WALLACE (ID *****3557) Date: August 01, 2008 at 12:59: 1 CONC 44 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken of 11 1 CONC 26 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT This is what I have found on Michael McGUire's service informtion. 1 CONT 1 CONT Rolls of the following Companies of Militia in this district were return 1 CONC ed to the Committee, Viz.t: 1 CONT Page 56: Capt. Michael McGuire’s Company: 1 CONT Michael McGuire, Capt Rudolph Bruboi, 1st Lt.; Thomas Rice, 2d. Lt; Lawren 1 CONC ce Aubock, 1 CONT Ensign; Michael Isgreeg, Andrew Speelman, Ludowick Miller, George Marti 1 CONC n, Sergeants; James Hares, 1 CONT Nicholas Baile, Benj.m Farlme, Martin Hance, Corporals; Alex.r McDonald, D 1 CONC rummer, Conrad Routsong, Fifer and 51 Privates. (Maryland Historical Magaz 1 CONC ine" Published by Maryland Historical Society, Vol. XI, Baltimore, 1916 Pa 1 CONC ge 50: "Journal of the Committee of Observation of the Middle Distri 1 CONC ct of Frederick County, Maryland) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1776. MCGUIRE, MICHAEL et al. (FR) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY. Controversy ov 1 CONC er the appointment of officers in the 35th Batt. [Maryland archives M 1 CONC SA S 989-1767, MdHR 4574-40 1 /6 /4 /6.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1776 McGuire, Michael. Captain of a militia, company in the 3rd battali 1 CONC on on Nov 29, 1775, (Ref E-56 see above for E) Ref B-103 The Maryland Mili 1 CONC tia in the revolutionary War by Clements & Wright) Associator who assist 1 CONC ed in "handing about the Association paper" in 1776 Ref E-245[Revolutiona 1 CONC ry Patriots of Frederick Co., MD. 1775-83 by Henry C. Peden Jr] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1778 September 8 Capt. Michael McGuire certified that he was qualifi 1 CONC ed to be Deputy Sheriff in Frederick Co., MD (Frederick Co., MD land reco 1 CONC rd RP pg. 437) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1782 MCGUIRE, MICHAEL, Capt. to PRICE, THOMAS, Comsy. Provisions (FR). Dat 1 CONC es: 1782, Apr. 1. Cash receipt. [Maryland archives MSA S 1004-57-13952 Md 1 CONC HR 6636-42-27/1 Location: 1/7/3/52] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1782 MCGUIRE, MICHAEL to PRICE, THOMAS, Comsy. Provisons (FR).Dates: 178 1 CONC 2, Apr. 1.Expense account for cattle. [Maryland archives MSA S 1004-57-139 1 CONC 53 MdHR 6636-42-27/3 Location: 1/7/3/52] 1 CONT 0 @I0087@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann ??? /McGuire/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1803 0 @I0088@ INDI 1 NAME John Platt /Jr./ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1783 2 PLAC Adams County PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE BET 1871 AND 1872 2 PLAC Westmoreland Co. Pennsylvania 1 BURI 2 PLAC Westmoreland Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0194@ 1 FAMC @F0205@ 1 NOTE @NI0088@ 0 @NI0088@ NOTE 1 CONC Platt, John Jr (will of 1871) Westmoreland Co Pa 1 CONT jctrippleo (View posts) Posted: 23 Sep 2003 1:33PM GMT 1 CONT 1 CONT Classification: Will 1 CONT Surnames: PLATT, WEAKLAND 1 CONT Although this is listed as the will of John Platt Sr, he is John Platt J 1 CONC r. (~1784 -1872) the son of John Platt Sr. the Revolutioner (~1747-1850) b 1 CONC orn near Littlestown, York Co. Pa.and buried at Hart's Sleeping Place. 1 CONT 1 CONT No 27-1872 1 CONT Will of John Platt Sr 1 CONT Derry Tp. 1 CONT 3039 1 CONT 1 CONT Will of John Platt Sr. Derry Township Westmoreland Co April the 29 th 1871 1 CONT I will that all my just debts as shall be by me Owing at my death togeth 1 CONC er with my funeral expenses and all charges touching the proving of otherw 1 CONC ise concerning this my will shall in the first place out my personal esta 1 CONC te and effects be fully paid and satisfied, In the first I do lea 1 CONC ve to my daughter ELIZABETH all my household goods and property f 1 CONC or or in part for her services together with one cow.To my son MICHAEL J P 1 CONC latt I give and bequeath the sum of two thousand dollars In money with t 1 CONC he noat of seven hundred dollars to go in as part pay in his legasy. Al 1 CONC so I will to my daughter MARY MATILDA the wife of JOHN M. WEAKLAND the s 1 CONC um of two thousand dollars after my demise I do bequeath also to my daught 1 CONC er ELIZABETH the sum of six hundred and forty dollars with this for my fun 1 CONC eral expenses shall be taken out, and she is to claim the remainder Don ac 1 CONC cording to my will and testament And lastly my express will and maini 1 CONC ng is I do hereby order and appoint that if any difference dispute or cont 1 CONC roversy shall be moved arise or happen concerning any gift or bequest in t 1 CONC his my will given and bequeathed expressed or contained That then no su 1 CONC it or suits in law or equity or otherwise shall be brought commenced or pr 1 CONC osecuted for and concerning the same but the same shall be referred whol 1 CONC ly to the award order and determination of my friends 1 CONT 1 CONT John Platt Sr. X (his Mark) 1 CONT John C. Platt wit 1 CONT 1 CONT Wit 1 CONT James Donnelly 1 CONT Richard Sloan 1 CONT 1 CONT witness 1 CONT All three of Westmoreland County and state of Pennsylvania and what they o 1 CONC rder direct And determine therin shall be binding and conclusive to all a 1 CONC nd every person or persons therein concerned 1 CONT 1 CONT April 2nd Legally proved and approve same day recorded 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From Beth Rykhus on 7 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for John Platt, Jr 1 CONT 1 CONT May 21, 1804: John and Catherine Platt [siblings of Henry] were named as g 1 CONC odparents to Elizabeth Platt, daughter of Henry and Phoebe [Miller] Platt. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899): 1 CONT p. 150 Platt, John and Sarah _____. Elizabeth, James, Michael Joseph, Ma 1 CONC ry Ann, Agnes, Ellen Ann, John Chrysostom, Margaret, Mary Matilda. (1810- 1 CONC 26.) [Mary Ann is actually the daughter of Sarah and Michael McGuire, rai 1 CONC sed by John Platt.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1820 Allegheny Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania 300010 2101 1 CONT 1 CONT 1830 Census, Susquehanna Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania: 1 CONT Plott, John, 1 male, age 10-15; 2 males, age 15-20; 1 male, age 40-50; 1 f 1 CONC emale, age under 5; 2 females, age 10-15; 1 female, age 15-20, 1 female, a 1 CONC ge 40-50. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT Line 5 1 CONT John PLOTT, age 67, farmer, assets $4000, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah A., age 67, b. Penn 1 CONT Elizabeth, age 40, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT p. 188, Line 3 1 CONT John PLATT, age 76, farmer, assets $1500/300, b. Penn 1 CONT Elizabeth, age 40 [sic], house keeper, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT [From Jane Tripp, April 6, 2003] 1 CONT Just found a bit more info on the John PLATT family of Cambria Count 1 CONC y. I am trying (without much success) to post the will of John Pla 1 CONC tt Jr to the PACAMBRIA site. Hope to accomplish this by next week. 1 CONT John Jr left Cambria County for Westmoreland County Pennsylvania after h 1 CONC is wife Sarah Byrne Platt died. Not sure exactly when he moved to Westmor 1 CONC eland County, but in the 1870 (June 29, 1870) census he was in Derry Towns 1 CONC hip, Blairsville PO living with daughter Elizabeth Platt (age 50) All resi 1 CONC ded on the family farm of daughter Agnes (age 45) and her husband Willi 1 CONC am WARNOCK (age 44) The will was written April 29, 1871 and proved Apr 1 CONC il 2, 1872. According to the Vignos work, John Jr is buried at St. Simon a 1 CONC nd St. Jude Church Cemetery, Blairsville, Derry Township, Westmoreland Cou 1 CONC nty Pennsylvania. No tombstone or record could be found. 1 CONT John Platt's will was written April 29, 1871 and proved April 2, 187 1 CONC 2. I am assuming that "proved" means he died sometime just before or on A 1 CONC pril 2, 1872. (if incorrect, please let me know) 1 CONT John Jr. cuts out most of his children in the will, leaving extra mon 1 CONC ey to Elizabeth and putting her in charge of paying for the funeral. He d 1 CONC id not stipulate a tombstone and the Vignos researchers of this Platt fami 1 CONC ly couldn't find one, so I quess Elizabeth bought a really nice black dre 1 CONC ss with Daddy's money. 1 CONT Based on only this will and this 1780 census (age 86 at his last birth 1 CONC day), we have John Platt Jr, son of John Platt Sr. (1784- 1872). Since t 1 CONC he Vignos work has John Jr. dying about 1862-67, I have a small hope th 1 CONC at they might not have looked at the church records as late as 1872. He 1 CONC re is the will as I'm not sure when it will be posted to the site. Next st 1 CONC ep - to look at church records in Westmoreland County. 1 CONT If the witness named below, James Donnelly or Richard Sloan, are in your l 1 CONC ine, please email me off list. 1 CONT 1 CONT No 27-1872 1 CONT Will of John Platt Sr 1 CONT Derry Tp. 1 CONT 3039 1 CONT Will of John Platt Sr. Derry Township Westmoreland County April t 1 CONC he 29 th 1871 I will that all my just debts as shall be by me Owi 1 CONC ng at my death together with my funeral expenses and all charges touchi 1 CONC ng the proving of otherwise concerning this my will shall in the first pla 1 CONC ce out my personal estate and 1 CONT effects be fully paid and satisfied, 1 CONT In the first I do leave to my daughter Elizabeth all my household goods a 1 CONC nd property for or in part for her services together with one cow. 1 CONT To my son Michael J Platt I give and bequeath the sum of two thousand doll 1 CONC ars In money with the noat of seven hundred dollars to go in as part p 1 CONC ay in his legasy. 1 CONT Also I will to my daughter Mary Matilda the wife of John M. Weakland the s 1 CONC um of two thousand dollars after my demise 1 CONT I do bequeath also to my daughter Elizabeth the sum of six hundred and for 1 CONC ty dollars with this for my funeral expenses shall be taken out, and s 1 CONC he is to claim the remainder Don according to my will and testament 1 CONT And lastly my express will and maining is I do hereby order and appoint th 1 CONC at if any difference dispute or controversy shall be moved arise or happ 1 CONC en concerning any gift or bequest in this my will given and bequeathed exp 1 CONC ressed or contained That then no suit or suits in law or equity or otherwi 1 CONC se shall be brought commenced or prosecuted for and concerning the same b 1 CONC ut the same shall be referred wholly to the award order and determinati 1 CONC on of my friends 1 CONT John Platt Sr. X (his Mark) 1 CONT Wit 1 CONT James Donnelly 1 CONT Richard Sloan 1 CONT John C. Platt 1 CONT All three of Westmoreland County and state of Pennsylvania and what they o 1 CONC rder direct And determine therin shall be binding and conclusive to all a 1 CONC nd every person or persons therein concerned 1 CONT April 2nd Legally proved and approve same day recorded 1 CONT 1 CONT I have some information on the will of John Platt. This transcribed inform 1 CONC ation states: 1 CONT "After all debts were paid, 529.90 was distributed to 1 CONT Henry Platt $476.58; 1 CONT Henry A Byrne $53.32 1 CONT Edward Hutchinson, Jr 1 CONT Administrator of Estate" 1 CONT [Jane Tripp] 1 CONT 1 CONT Platt family history has that John & Sarah had 8 children. Here is the li 1 CONC st from the Platt family history: 1 CONT (written in March, 1897) 1 CONT John Platt son of the Revolutioner had eight children - five girls and thr 1 CONC ee boys 1 CONT viz Lizzy 88 dead, 1 CONT James 86 dead, 1 CONT Michael my father 84 living, 1 CONT Agnes 82 living, 1 CONT Ellen 80 living, 1 CONT John 78 living, 1 CONT Margaret 76 dead, 1 CONT Lizzie 72 living. 1 CONT The information seems correct except that it should read "MICHAEL, MY UNCL 1 CONC E, LIVING.... 1 CONT This letter lists the children by their nicknames, the info is not from t 1 CONC he baptismal records. Note that Mary Ann is not listed. This is the docume 1 CONC nt that led me to start (I'm still working on it) to look at Mary A 1 CONC nn & if see who her father was. (Jane Tripp) 1 CONT 1 CONT Letter from C. C. Plat to Valentine Devinny. From the files of Joe Wagne 1 CONC r, Canton, Ohio. Notes: 1. Additional information added in [ ] 2. Grandfat 1 CONC her of C. C. Platt is John Platt Jr. son of John the Revolution 1 CONC er 3. C. C. seems to be combining John Platt the Revolutioner with his s 1 CONC on John Jr. 4. All listed children are for John Platt Jr. Wildwood Sprin 1 CONC gs January 5, 1897 V. Devinny In reply to your letter written to Annie Gla 1 CONC ss which she handed me C.C. Platt my grandfather's name was John Platt [Jr 1 CONC .], who was born in Germany to the best of my knowledge. My mother show 1 CONC ed me a Catholic (German) Prayer book - that he could not read Englis 1 CONC h. He had four daughters of which one is dead - and three sons - two are l 1 CONC iving and my father is dead. The ages of the youngest of his childr 1 CONC en is 83 while the oldest could be 92. The Grandfather died abo 1 CONC ut 25 or 30 years ago. A few years before his death he moved from Cambr 1 CONC ia County to West Moreland County where he died and was buried. [Referen 1 CONC ce is to John, Jr.] His occupation was farming. Do not know whether he w 1 CONC as in Revolutionary War but can find this out and all other particulars co 1 CONC ncerning his life if this proves to be the man you have reference - if the 1 CONC re is any information so let me know. 1 CONT C.C. Platt, Wildwood Spring, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT Second and final letter from C. C. Platt to Valentine Devinny: 1 CONT Notes: 1 CONT 1. 1. Additional information added in [ ] 1 CONT 2. 2. Letter is written one page, two columns. Format changed to fit curre 1 CONC nt page margins. 1 CONT 3. 3. James John Platt, father of C. C. Platt deceased when C. C. was youn 1 CONC g. C. C. lived with Michael Platt after the death of his father. 1 CONT 1 CONT Wildwood Springs March 16, 1897 1 CONT V. Devinny 1 CONT Dear Sir. As I promised to write you on my return from the North of the Co 1 CONC unty after seeing my Aunt and Uncle. They said they did not know where Jo 1 CONC hn Platt the referred Revolutioner was born whether in this count 1 CONC ry or in Germany. He was married twice, but don't think he had any childr 1 CONC en to the last wife. But he had five to his first wife viz John, Joseph, H 1 CONC enry, Mary and Catherine. John married Mary Burns, Joseph married Sarah Cr 1 CONC ise, Henry went west and his marriage is unknown to us. Mary married Willi 1 CONC am Ryans, Catherine married Michael Brown. John Platt son of the Revolutio 1 CONC ner had eight children - five girls and three boys viz Lizzy 88 dead, Jam 1 CONC es 86 dead, [ Father of C. C. Platt] Michael my father 84 living, [Unc 1 CONC le of C. C. Platt] Agnes 82 living, Ellen 80 living, John 78 living, Marga 1 CONC ret 76 dead, Lizzie 72 living. Joseph Platt had three sons and one daught 1 CONC er viz Joseph, Vincent, Thomas and Catherine [ Elizabeth, Jerome] not know 1 CONC ing their ages as they moved away westward from here after the death of th 1 CONC eir father and mother and I do not know whether they married or not. Ma 1 CONC ry and Catherine were married here but moved westward and do not know whet 1 CONC her they had any children or not. John Platt the Revolutioner went blind f 1 CONC ourteen years before his death and died at his son Joseph's at the a 1 CONC ge of 104 years and was laid to rest at Harts Sleeping Place at St. Josep 1 CONC hs Cemetery. This information was obtained from Michael Platt a grand s 1 CONC on of the Revolutioner John Platt. I will now close my letter and if th 1 CONC is proves to be unsatisfactory please write for further information. Hopi 1 CONC ng to hear from you I remain with respect 1 CONT C C Platt Wildwood Springs Cambria County Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT [bcr note: C. C. Platt = Celestine Cosmos Platt] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Sarah Phoebe Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Sarah Phoebe Byrne b: 17 1 CONC 84 d: May 15, 1851 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Michael Joseph McGuire b: April 08, 17 1 CONC 85 d: June 07, 1835 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Ann McGuire b: September 1803 d: April 1 1 CONC 0, 1880 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +John W. Luther b: April 29, 18 1 CONC 00 d: June 23, 1862 1 CONT 1 CONT *2nd Husband of Sarah Phoebe Byrn 1 CONC e: 1 CONT 1 CONT . +John Platt, Jr b: Abt. 1783 d: Be 1 CONC t. 1862 - 1867 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Elizabeth Platt b: June 15, 1810 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 James John Platt b: December 07, 18 1 CONC 11 d: March 1862 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Rachel Farrell b: May 15, 18 1 CONC 26 d: October 27, 1892 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Michael Joseph Platt b: January 29, 18 1 CONC 13 d: October 16, 1902 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Emily 'Amelia' Ann Farrell b: August 04, 18 1 CONC 23 d: September 09, 1872 1 CONT 1 CONT ... *2nd Wife of Michael Joseph Platt: 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Sarah Cate Rager b: Abt. 1847 d: March 27, 189 1 CONC 5 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes Platt b: May 28, 1815 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +William Warnock 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Eleanor Ann Platt b: July 06, 18 1 CONC 17 d: June 20, 1898 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Richard Sloane b: March 17, 1815 d: Dec 1 CONC ember 30, 1887 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 John Chrysostom Platt b: September 08, 18 1 CONC 19 d: February 24, 1867 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Catherine Weakland b: August 27, 18 1 CONC 27 d: March 22, 1885 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Margaret Platt b: June 08, 1822 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Matilda Platt b: May 19, 1826 d: De 1 CONC cember 04, 1902 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +John Michael Weakland b: January 17, 18 1 CONC 25 d: September 24, 1903 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT from 1850 Platt Pennsylvania Censuses, Cambria Co. 1 CONT 1 CONT Susquehanna Twp. 1 CONT 1 CONT John Plott Jr. 67 Farmer 1 CONT Sarah A. Byrne 67 1 CONT Elizabeth 40 1 CONT 1 CONT from 1860 1 CONT 1 CONT John Platt 76 1 CONT Widower 1 CONT Elizabeth 46 1 CONT 1 CONT From Jane Tripp 27 November 2005 1 CONT > Mrs. Platt, daughter of the emigrant John Byrne, is Sarah Platt, 1 CONT > married to 1 CONT > John Platt Jr. in 1809. He is the son of John Platt, the Revolutioner 1 CONT > from 1 CONT > York/Adams Co.to Cambria Co. about 1802 or so. 0 @I0089@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Platt/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 JUN 1810 2 PLAC Loretto, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 FEB 1847 1 FAMC @F0194@ 0 @I0090@ INDI 1 NAME Susan /Weakland/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 21 SEP 1821 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1856 1 FAMS @F0489@ 1 FAMC @F0377@ 1 NOTE @NI0090@ 0 @NI0090@ NOTE 1 CONC Daughter Susan Weakland of John & Margaret Dougherty Weakland was baptiz 1 CONC ed 21 Sept 1821, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA 1 CONT 1 CONT bapt gp: omitted & Susanna Glass, w/o Georgius 1 CONT 1 CONT I have this Susan Weakland as marrying Daniel Seigh, he a non-Catholic. 1 CONT 1 CONT Susan died young in 1856, leaving 3 children. All were baptized at St. Jo 1 CONC hn Gaulbert, Johnstown. 0 @I0091@ INDI 1 NAME James John /Platt/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 DEC 1811 1 DEAT 2 DATE MAR 1862 1 FAMS @F0371@ 1 FAMC @F0194@ 0 @I0092@ INDI 1 NAME Michael Joseph /Platt/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 JAN 1813 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 OCT 1902 2 PLAC Plattsville, Susquehanna Township PA 1 FAMS @F0372@ 1 FAMS @F0373@ 1 FAMC @F0194@ 1 NOTE @NI0092@ 0 @NI0092@ NOTE 1 CONC From: Marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Subject: Michael J. Platt m Emily Farrell and Sara Phalen 1 CONT Date: Mon, 07 Feb 2005 22:50:28 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Hastings, Pa Friday, Oct 17, 1902. 1 CONT 1 CONT OLD PIONEER DEAD! Almost Ninety Years Old. Cleared Site for Carrolltown. 1 CONT DISASTEROUS FIRES 1 CONT 1 CONT On Wednesday morning, at 6 O'Clock, Mr. Michael J. Platt died at his ho 1 CONC me in Plattsville, Susquehanna township of the diseases incident to old ag 1 CONC e. 1 CONT Deceased was born in Alleghany township, this county on the 28th day of Ja 1 CONC nuary 1813, being at the time of his death, aged 89 years, 8 months a 1 CONC nd 17 days. 1 CONT When ten years of age his parents removed to Susquehanna township and loca 1 CONC ted on the farm now owned by E. P. Baker, where Mr. Platt spent his youthf 1 CONC ul life. Between the ages of 21 and 28 the deceased was employed on the pr 1 CONC esent site of Carrolltown, clearing off the ground on which the town now s 1 CONC tands; working at that time for Rev. Mr Lenkey [Lemke]the pioneer pries 1 CONC t; afterwards working for Richard Ashcraft on a nearby farm. At the a 1 CONC ge of 28 Mr. Platt was married to Emily Farrell, who was born and rais 1 CONC ed on the farm on which Hastings now stands. 1 CONT To this union five children were born: 1 CONT Elmyra, wife of Henry C. Kirkpatrick, deceased; 1 CONT Helena, wife of Henry Mellon, of Patton; 1 CONT Luke, and 1 CONT John A., of Hastings; and 1 CONT Maggie, wife of Frank Perry of Coalport. 1 CONT Mrs. Platt died Sept. 9th, 1873. About 3 years later Mr. Platt married Mr 1 CONC s. Sara Phalen, to which union four children were born; 1 CONT Emily, wife of Ralph Flanigan, of Coalport; 1 CONT Stella, wife of Anthony Baker, and 1 CONT Coletta, wife of Jacob Kirkpatrick, of Hastings: and 1 CONT Elmyra, at home. 1 CONT After a Requiem Mass in this in this place on Saturday morning at 9 o'cloc 1 CONC k, the remains will be taken to Carrolltown and interred in the old fami 1 CONC ly plat, where it has always been his desire to be buried. 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: This is a photocopy, so I can make a copy for anyone who wants on 1 CONT I read one article that said Fr. Lemke purchased a farm of Richard Ashcra 1 CONC ft for Carrolltown. Does anyone know any more about it: it seems that M 1 CONC r. Platt helped clear it. 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0093@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Platt/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE SEP 1803 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 APR 1880 2 PLAC Harts Sleeping Place Carrolltown Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0214@ 1 FAMC @F0194@ 1 NOTE @NI0093@ 0 @NI0093@ NOTE 1 CONC 1 CONT Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire Posted by: mary snyder hoffken (ID *****7762) 1 CONT Date: September 14, 2008 at 13:11:58 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by Brenda WALLACE of 1153 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda, another cousin of mine is also working on family history and a des 1 CONC cended from Mary Ann asked me the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT How sure are we that the Michael McGuire that got Sarah Ann Byrne pregna 1 CONC nt is Michael Joseph McGuire? I assume that it is he because he was 16 a 1 CONC nd she was 17. His older brother married her older sister. So they saw o 1 CONC ne another and they lived near one another, and although in those days th 1 CONC ey had responsibilities as adults they were still unworldly hormonal kid 1 CONC s. However, there was another Michael McGuire son of Barnabas McGuire th 1 CONC at lived in Huntington, which is not that far from Loretto, but he was old 1 CONC er and married. 1 CONT 1 CONT I knew about the Souvenir of Loretto but I did not know about the other bo 1 CONC ok Catholic Trails West you referenced. I really appreciate your sharing y 1 CONC our knowledge with me. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Posted by: Brenda WALLACE (ID *****3557) 1 CONT Date: September 15, 2008 at 05:56:16 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken of 11 1 CONC 53 1 CONT 1 CONT The Michael from Huntingdon was the husband of Michael Joseph's older sist 1 CONC er. If he was having an illegitamite child, I think it would have caused q 1 CONC uite an uproar. But I do not think we have concrete proof and I don't kn 1 CONC ow how to find it. When Michael Joseph died in Baltimore in 1835 he did n 1 CONC ot mention any children, nor did there seem to be any deeds involving a 1 CONC ny children. Michael's wife Margaret got everything. So no proof there. Mi 1 CONC chael of Huntingdon left a bible record, but it does not include any Ma 1 CONC ry Ann. Likewise, no mention of her in the settlement of his estate. I don 1 CONC 't know where to look for confirmation. Sorry I can't be more definative f 1 CONC or you. 1 CONT 1 CONT Posted by: mary snyder hoffken (ID *****7762) 1 CONT Date: September 29, 2008 at 19:56:10 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by Brenda WALLACE of 1153 1 CONT 1 CONT Brenda, Can you tell me when you think Michael McGuire Jr was born and w 1 CONC ho was his mother? The 1717 seems out of place. 1 CONT 1 CONT Also, I have looked at all the Ledoux entries as well as others and alo 1 CONC ng with your well studied opinion, I have come to agree that Mary Ann w 1 CONC as the illigimate daughter of Michael Joseph McGuire and Sarah Byrnes. I g 1 CONC uess you have read Catholic Trails West, vol 2. I thought it interesting t 1 CONC hat Sarah Byrnes was listed with Michael McGuire and Mary Ann pg 693 and t 1 CONC hen with Michael McGuire and with John Platt on page 715. 1 CONT 1 CONT Posted by: Brenda WALLACE (ID *****3557) 1 CONT Date: October 01, 2008 at 05:31:23 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken of 11 1 CONC 53 1 CONT 1 CONT I do not know about any places where Michael might have served in the wa 1 CONC r. I just never followed up that angle. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cornelius was the son of Andrew who died in Frederick Co., MD in 1784. I b 1 CONC elieve Andrew was a brother of Michael sr but I have no evidence to suppo 1 CONC rt that. 1 CONT 1 CONT Bartholomew seems to first show up in DEL as an indentured servant. He lat 1 CONC er settles in the West Twp Huntingdon Co area. His son Michael married Ca 1 CONC pt Michael's daughter Patience. I can find no connections between these fa 1 CONC milies except the marriage. Bartholomew does not seem to have ever been th 1 CONC ru MD and I have no evidence that Capt Mike was in West twp. But the ki 1 CONC ds had to meet somehow!! MIchael and Patience's first child was baptiz 1 CONC ed at Conewago Chapel in Adams Co., PA. This is just across the border fr 1 CONC om Taneytown area. I can't figure out how with Michael growing up in Hunti 1 CONC ngdon and Patience's family moving to Cambria about 7 years before the bir 1 CONC th of their first child, how she was baptized at Conewago? Did Conewago se 1 CONC nd out a circuit rider? Did Michael and Patience travel back to Taneyto 1 CONC wn area? What a mystery? 1 CONT 1 CONT I suppose Bartholomew could be a brother of Michael sr but I have no evide 1 CONC nce. If he was and he was indentured in Del. then maybe the brothers ca 1 CONC me to Philadelphia and Bartholomew was bought by some farmer in Del. and M 1 CONC ichael was bought by John Lemmon in Adams Co., PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT So many mysteries. I love this hobby. 1 CONT Posted by: Brenda WALLACE (ID *****3557) 1 CONT Date: November 22, 2008 at 06:36:13 1 CONT In Reply to: Re: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken of 11 1 CONC 53 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi, 1 CONT 1 CONT There was no will. Here is the timeline with references for all the docume 1 CONC ntation. Unfortunately I did not make copies but rather abstracted. To g 1 CONC et copies you would have to write to the varies courthouses. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1793 (Carousso, Guide to Decedents Estates; Will Book One 1787-1807 --pa 1 CONC ge 65) letters of administration for Michael McGuire estate of Franksto 1 CONC wn Twp granted 12/3/1793. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1795 Estate records of Michael McGuire and guardianship of Michael, son.[S 1 CONC omerset Co., PA orphan's court No. 7-1795] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1803 Cambria Co., Orphans Court. May term 1803 Petition of Thomas B. Durb 1 CONC in and Mary his wife, late Mary McGuire: names widow Rachel and children M 1 CONC ary, Luke, Richard, Patience wife of Michael McGuire of Shavers Creek, Rut 1 CONC h, Appolance, and Michael all as heirs of Michael of Allegheny Twp. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1805 April 15 Luke and Margaret; Richard and Eleanor; Michael and Patienc 1 CONC e; James Maghen and Appolonia; Michael Jr. sell to Thomas and Mary Durb 1 CONC in land called "McGuire Bridge" 190a warranted 1/19/1793. Adj. Michael a 1 CONC nd Rachel White and Michael McGuire. [Cambria Co., PA deeds 1-327] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1805 April 17 Heirs of Michael McGuire sell to Michael and Patience McGui 1 CONC re 171a part of patent to Michael Jr. and adj. Richard. [Cambria Co., PA d 1 CONC eeds 2-424] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1805 April 17 Michael McGuire's heirs to Michael Jr. 171 a adj. Richard,pa 1 CONC rt of patent to Mike Jr. 1/19/1793 [Cambria Co., PA deeds 109-30] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1811 Jan. 25 Richard and Luke McGuire sell to Henry Cooper 107 a part of H 1 CONC ibernia on Clearfield Creek adj. Daniel Delozier, Thomas Smith, Peter Burg 1 CONC oon, Philip Cooper. Part of warrant to Jacob Good on Nov. 15, 1785.Deed 1 CONC ed to Richard and patented on Sept. 11, 1809 Patent book H. vol.1-752. [Ca 1 CONC mbria Co., PA deeds 1-218] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1813 April 10 Deed names all the heirs of Michael McGuire selling 10 1 CONC 0a to James C. Maguire of Ebensburg adj. Thomas Durbin, James Mageehan, An 1 CONC drew McFarland, and Rev. Gallitzin [Cambria Co., PA deeds 2-6] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1813 May 10 Luke and Margaret McGuire and Richard and Eleanor McGuire se 1 CONC ll to Rev. Demetruis Gallitzin 410a on Clearfield Creek patent March 5,18 1 CONC 12 to Luke patent book H vol. 6-690 and 402a patent on same day to Richa 1 CONC rd book H vol. 6-692. adj. Luke, Roman Catholic Church, Dr. Brownson, Jo 1 CONC hn Wickland. [Cambria Co., PA deed 1-329 and 2-562] 1 CONT 1 CONT Hope this helps Brenda 1 CONT Posted by: mary snyder hoffken (ID *****7762) 1 CONT Date: July 27, 2008 at 13:51:40 1 CONT of 1153 1 CONT 1 CONT I know this subject must have been discussed before, but I would apprecia 1 CONC te any help. I am trying to fill out a DAR application and I am stuck at M 1 CONC ary Ann daughter of Sara Byrne. I have the Platt tree that lists h 1 CONC er as a Platt, but I understand that she may have been the daughter of Mic 1 CONC hael Joseph McGuire, son of Michael McGuire. 1 CONT 1 CONT I am decended from her daughter Lucinda Luther Snyder. 1 CONT 1 CONT Posted by: Brenda WALLACE (ID *****3557) 1 CONT Date: July 28, 2008 at 05:35:57 1 CONT In Reply to: Mary Ann Platt / McGuire by mary snyder hoffken 1 CONT of 1153 1 CONT 1 CONT She was indeed the dau. of Michael McGuire and Sara Ann Byrne. They nev 1 CONC er married and she later married John Platt who raised Mary Ann. Maybe the 1 CONC se notes will help. A careful study of the church records including sponso 1 CONC rs will show her using both Plat and McGuire, I think. But I suppose the b 1 CONC est evidence is her tombstone and age. 1 CONT 1 CONT Birth record parents Michael McGuire and Sara Byrne [special note: Prin 1 CONC ce Gallitzen only puts mother's last name on records of couples who are n 1 CONC ot married] 1 CONT Marriage record says Mary Ann Byrne. 1 CONT I believe she was raised by John Platt. 1820 John has a female b. 1804-18 1 CONC 10 living with him. 1 CONT 1870 Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA Mary Ann 67; Victoria 23 1 CONT Tombstone at St. Benedict's Cemetery. Our Mother (Cross shown with IHS)MA 1 CONC RY ANN Wife of JOHN LUTHER DIED April 10, 1880 Aged 76 years, 7 mo 1 CONC s. & 18 ds. May she rest in peace amen. 1 CONT Birth according to stone, Aug. 23, 1803. Birth according to baptism reco 1 CONC rd 9/1803. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Re: LATTERNER 1 CONT gwenseeman (View posts) Posted: 25 Sep 2008 9:28AM 1 CONT 1 CONT Classification: Query 1 CONT Surnames: Platt, Byrne, Luther, Latterner 1 CONT I am also of the Platt family and have a copy of the family tree done in 1 1 CONC 955(?). I have Mary Ann Platt as a daughter of John Platt & Sarah Byrne. M 1 CONC ary Ann married John Luther. They had a daughter Mary Ellen who married Jo 1 CONC hn Latterner. 1 CONT Most of the info. I have is from the book Vignos published when he work 1 CONC ed on the family tree. A copy of the book and his research is at the Cambr 1 CONC ia Co. historical society in Ebensburg. If you want add'l. info. I wi 1 CONC ll be happy to share what I have. 1 CONT Gwen (Beck) Seeman 1 CONT 1 CONT From: Jeannette severa l of us discussed way back in May 1998 (mercy,doesn't se 1 CONC em that>long ago!). At issue was wh ether the Mary Ann Platt whomarried Jo 1 CONC hn>Luther was actually the daughter of Michael Joseph McGuire and was late 1 CONC r>adopted by John Platt.After reviewing the records in Ledoux's CVR , I 1 CONC 'm pretty much convinced(against personal wishes, I have to add) by Bren 1 CONC da Wallace's argu mentthat "my" Mary Ann was indeed the natural daught 1 CONC er of Michael JosephMcGuire:CVR Vol . 1, #00058 McGuire, Maria Anna (Micha 1 CONC el/Sara Byrne)b.09-_-1803 bp/ 09-_-1803 gp:omitted DAG CVR Vol. 1, #031 1 CONC 87 Luther, Joannes (deceased Conradi/Elisabeth) m.05-31-1825 Maria An 1 CONC na By rne (p.o.) wi:omitted DAG1489 LUTHER, Henricus (Joannis/Mariae Annae 1 CONC ), b. 5-6, bp. 6-4-1826 godparents: Guilhelmus Luther/Maria Anna MillerS 1 CONC t. Michael Catholic Church, Loretto, PA, b y Demetrius A. GallitzinCVR Vo 1 CONC l. 35413 LUTHER, Henricus (Joannis/Mariae Annae Plott)m. 4- 9-1850WEAKLAN 1 CONC D, Anna (Georgii/Helenae Kenny)witnesses: Sylas Weakland/Rosina LutherS 1 CONC t. Ben edict Catholic Church, Carrolltown, PA, by Celestinus Englbrecht,OS 1 CONC BAt the time of our ea rlier discussion Bill Mackey wrote:>>>" Maybe Sar 1 CONC ah was never married to Michael JosephMcG uire; I have notseen>> any list 1 CONC ed marriage. Michael Joseph died 7 Jun 1835.Their child may have>> gone 1 CONC >> by the Byrne surname and have been the one to marryJohn Luther ???"I th 1 CONC in k your interpretation is right, Bill, despite claims of a marriagefou 1 CONC nd in such resources a s CATHOLIC TRAILS WEST and the LORETTOCENTENAR 1 CONC Y. I think that was just the natural assumptio n one would jumpto if one d 1 CONC id not stop to ponder the actual records. Or there could havebee n a civ 1 CONC il marriage that ended in divorce.There also, apparently, is a reco 1 CONC rd of a Mary An n Platt born to Sara andJohn Platt in August of 1814 (I' 1 CONC ve searched for it in Ledoux but hav en'tfound it). This could hardly be t 1 CONC he wife of John Luther, whose sonHenry was born in 182 6.And there's th 1 CONC is interesting record which proves nothing but is highlysuggestive:C 1 CONC VR Vo l. 11001 BYRNE, Henricus (Joannis/Mariae Annae), b. 8-19, bp. 9-23-1 1 CONC 821godparents: Henricu s Bender/and(1) Maria Anna Maguire, d. of Michae 1 CONC l, (2) Sara Byrne, wife of JoannesBlattb y Rev. Prince Demetrius Augusti 1 CONC ne Gallitzin at St. Michael Church,Loretto, PA>If anyone ha s any though 1 CONC ts or evidence on this matter, I'd be happy tohear it. I'd also like to kn 1 CONC ow th e source for the death date (June 7,1835 in Loretto) given for Micha 1 CONC el Joseph McGuire.Jean nette Jones Sosa>>Jeannette Jones Sosa 0 @I0094@ INDI 1 NAME Eleanor Anna /Platt/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 JUL 1817 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 JUN 1898 1 FAMS @F0375@ 1 FAMC @F0194@ 0 @I0095@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes /Platt/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 MAY 1815 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1909 1 FAMS @F0374@ 1 FAMC @F0194@ 0 @I0096@ INDI 1 NAME John Chrysostom /Platt/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 SEP 1819 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 FEB 1867 2 PLAC Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0368@ 1 FAMC @F0194@ 0 @I0097@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Platt/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 JUN 1822 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1916 1 FAMC @F0194@ 0 @I0098@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Matilda /Platt/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 MAY 1826 2 PLAC Loretto, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 DEC 1902 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Benedct's Cemetery, Carrolltown, PA 1 FAMS @F0023@ 1 FAMC @F0194@ 1 NOTE @NI0098@ 0 @NI0098@ NOTE 1 CONC Was babtized in St. Micahel's church, Loretto, PA by Rev. (Prince) D. A. G 1 CONC allitzin 1 CONT 1 CONT Married John M. Weakland 28 Apr 1846 by Rev. Henry Lemki 0 @I0099@ INDI 1 NAME Edward Arthur Michael /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 OCT 1949 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 1 FAMS @F0009@ 1 FAMS @F0195@ 1 FAMC @F0008@ 1 NOTE @NI0099@ 0 @NI0099@ NOTE 1 CONC BYRNESVILLE MEMORIES E. A. BYRNES 1 CONT 1 CONT Written about 1980, scanned into the computer December 2005. 1 CONT 1 CONT Behind my grandparent’s house were two shanties as they were called. The o 1 CONC ne directly behind the house was a woodshop, 20’ by 30' and was us 1 CONC ed by my grandfather to build nativity stables and other things like la 1 CONC wn furniture and any pieces for the house that needed replaced. Inside w 1 CONC as quite a collection of tools, a table saw, and motors with sandpaper dis 1 CONC cs, a bench and a big black woodstove. 1 CONT 1 CONT The bench was under a window and in front of the window were shelves of wo 1 CONC od to hold tools. As you entered, the wall on the left behind the stove w 1 CONC as all shelves. The shelves had many containers of all sizes containing ru 1 CONC sting but fascinating collections of miscellaneous hardware. The place alw 1 CONC ays smelled of fresh sawn wood, it was in this shed that my grandfather ta 1 CONC ught me to use a wood saw. I’ll never forget him telling me to "let the s 1 CONC aw do the work." 1 CONT 1 CONT On the right as you entered, almost behind the door was a ladder that l 1 CONC ed to a low attic. When I could, I'd sneak up the ladder; scrounge arou 1 CONC nd looking for who knows what. Once in the attic I found a round can wi 1 CONC th a lid, in the can were old campaign buttons and medals. I skinned a sil 1 CONC ver mink one time in this shed. While driving around I had seen this mi 1 CONC nk that had been hit by a car. It was dragging its back legs around so I c 1 CONC hased it and killed it with a shovel. It stunk up the whole shop up, b 1 CONC ut I skinned it and tacked it to a piece of plasterboard. Later on I se 1 CONC nt it to a company to be tanned. The shanty behind this one was torn dow 1 CONC n, it had been a huge (to my young eyes) black barn type building, seeming 1 CONC ly filled with sawdust and piles and piles of dowels, and I wasn't allow 1 CONC ed to play in it. 1 CONT 1 CONT Beside the woodshop my grandmother had a garden where she grew nothing b 1 CONC ut irises. Beside the garden, leading from the back door of the house w 1 CONC as a cement path that led up between two huge pine trees to a stairway cov 1 CONC ered by a rose laden trellis. On was post was a wren house and another w 1 CONC as on a clothesline post in the backyard. 1 CONT 1 CONT In front of the one pine tree to the right of the path were three piec 1 CONC es of white wooden lawn furniture made by my grandfather. One time my frie 1 CONC nds and I had a BB gun, my grandmother showed us what a sharpshooter she w 1 CONC as. Standing about twenty yards from the lawn furniture, she aimed for a 1 CONC nd hit the center of the center piece of one lawn chair; she could shoot b 1 CONC etter than any of us. The cement path also led down around the side of t 1 CONC he house to the street. Large hedges bordered the front of the yard; the 1 CONC re was a birdbath and two pink flamingos under a maple tree. Once I caug 1 CONC ht a dozen or so inch long catfish and kept them in the birdbath, I was co 1 CONC nfused as I kept going to look and I would have fewer and fewer catfish. B 1 CONC irds were coming down and gobbling them up. 1 CONT 1 CONT There was an oval shaped garden of flowers in the center of the front port 1 CONC ion of the yard, all the small gardens were bordered by bricks set into t 1 CONC he ground at angles on end and painted white. Three or four wooden stai 1 CONC rs led up to the porch. The porch was covered and had a railing of wood 1 CONC en lathe-work balusters. On the out side of the railing were three flowerb 1 CONC oxes, within which my grandmother grew petunias of white, pink, and red. T 1 CONC he far end of the porch had a trellis with a vine that covered the whole e 1 CONC nd of the porch. When I was real young I used sit on my granddads lap a 1 CONC nd he'd ask to see what I had in my pockets. He used to sing this song: "E 1 CONC dward the first died of thirst, Edward the second went to heaven……." Th 1 CONC en he would hum a little bit more of the tune. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sometimes, on hot summer nights I'd be allowed to sleep out on the porch g 1 CONC lider. Once I remember being so sunburned I could hardly move and I g 1 CONC ot to sleep on the porch. I enjoyed sitting on that porch with my grandpar 1 CONC ents on many summer evenings, from twilight to way past dark, listeni 1 CONC ng to a small transistor radio and eating chocolate ice cream. 1 CONT 1 CONT Behind the pine trees and bordering the back of the yard was a wall of lil 1 CONC acs, these were broken only by the stairs with the rose "tunnel". The stai 1 CONC rs led to what was called the "alley". The alley was a flat piece of grou 1 CONC nd that ran along behind the lilacs. Garbage used to be burnt here. To t 1 CONC he left and up the hill from the alley were two storage sheds, the lawn fu 1 CONC rniture and other things were kept in these for winter storage. 1 CONT 1 CONT My friends and I built a fort in a group of trees behind these sheds a 1 CONC nd at the top of one of those trees, if it is still there, are my initial 1 CONC s. The wood was weathered barn wood my grandfather got it for me. To the r 1 CONC ight of these sheds was a field that ran some way up the hill, this us 1 CONC ed to be a garden. This was bordered by a creek that ran down the hi 1 CONC ll in the spring on one side and an overgrown ditch of rocks on the othe 1 CONC r. Near the right side and about halfway up were black cherry trees a 1 CONC nd a pear tree a bit beyond the cherry. 1 CONT 1 CONT Up above this old garden area was a boney dump, a hill of slag from a min 1 CONC e. The shaft of the mine is almost grown over, has water in it and is to t 1 CONC he left and a little higher than the boney dump. Around this boney were bl 1 CONC ack raspberries, we used to pick bags full and ha7e them with milk and sug 1 CONC ar. My friends and I used to camp on the top of this boney pile. One ti 1 CONC me we raided a garden of Mr. Glydora and mad a stew of onions, potatoes a 1 CONC nd corn. 1 CONT Another time we buried a snake in a tobacco can at the top of this hill, e 1 CONC xpecting to come back in a year and finding a skeleton. I don’t remember f 1 CONC inding any. 1 CONT 1 CONT The summers I spent in Byrnesville seemed to last forever, to a boy of t 1 CONC en or eleven, two or three months was forever. The first time I met Jack Y 1 CONC urcision we had been preparing for a hike in the hills. I had pop in my ca 1 CONC nteen and Jack surely thought, "who is this city slicker sissy with the p 1 CONC op in his canteen?” As time went on though and boys prove their brave 1 CONC ry to each other in a number of ways, Jack and I became good friends. We d 1 CONC id a lot of exploring in those days; one of my favorite places was up ne 1 CONC ar where Jack's family had their farm. From Byrnesville it was across t 1 CONC he valley and up in the hills, the area was a mixture of dirt roads, wood 1 CONC s, streams, abandoned mines and farms. 1 CONT 1 CONT Frog hunting in the ponds formed by water filled mines was one of our favo 1 CONC rite and most important pastimes. There were stories of all kinds of fro 1 CONC gs up at these mine ponds. There were frogs of every color in those str 1 CONC ip mine ponds; blue, green and black, red and solid white. There were yell 1 CONC ow and green tree frogs too. There was always the chance of finding bla 1 CONC ck salamander with scarlet bellies. I myself was always after the fabled w 1 CONC hite frogs. I never did see any but we would go and turn every rock and pi 1 CONC ece of wood over in hopes of any frog. 1 CONT 1 CONT These mine ponds were scary places, most were "bottomless". As I remembe 1 CONC r, one had a dead horse in it, we could see its head below the water, a 1 CONC nd many had burlap sacks that supposedly contained unwanted kittens. One s 1 CONC tream was named the "Monkey Drifts" and as the story goes, is the place th 1 CONC at someone threw a dead pet monkey. We were always warned to stay away fr 1 CONC om these ponds but we would hunt them for frogs and fish them for the gia 1 CONC nt catfish that lived there. At many of these ponds you could cast out wi 1 CONC th a sinker and let your whole line out and never touch bottom. 1 CONT 1 CONT One time after more hours of hunting and exploring than we thought; we hea 1 CONC rd a car horn beeping and beeping in the distance. We headed toward the no 1 CONC ise which was the only thing to be heard except for 1 CONT birds and frogs. There was my granddad beeping the horn on his '55 Chev 1 CONC y, we had been gone about six hours and it was dark by the time Granddad d 1 CONC rove us home. My grandfather wasn't too mad at me, I think he was hap 1 CONC py he found use We were warned about those mine ponds again and remember 1 CONC ed the warning while there the next day. 1 CONT 1 CONT We used to camp out up at Jack's family farm, sometimes we would take a te 1 CONC nt and other times we would sleep in the open near haystacks, using th 1 CONC em as shelter. One night we had to go for water, in the dark about a ha 1 CONC lf a mile from our campsite. Pete and Tony Bartzac were with us. We h 1 CONC ad a transistor radio and a flashlight; we used to listen to KDKA Pittsbur 1 CONC gh. About half-way to the well the flashlight and radio batteries start 1 CONC ed to go and the darkness closed in. We kept each other going with encoura 1 CONC ging words like "What's wrong chicken... you scared?” We had just ma 1 CONC de it to the well when we noticed a big black shape moving nearby a fenc 1 CONC e. Although none of us admitted it, I was scared to death, I probably glow 1 CONC ed white I was so scared. Jack said quickly and more I think to assure him 1 CONC self that it was a cow and it was. 1 CONT 1 CONT Another night we spent in an abandoned barn, in the loft in some hay. We o 1 CONC nly did that once as we heard that big rats lived in that barn. There w 1 CONC as what was called a mill pond near that barn and we used to swim in it un 1 CONC til we found out it was polluted. It probably wasn't polluted but if we fo 1 CONC und anything dead in it then it was polluted to us. 1 CONT 1 CONT At times we would have rock fights along those mine roads, we would thr 1 CONC ow rocks at kids we didn't know and they would throw back. I was a hero on 1 CONC ce for hitting a kid in the side of the head with a rock. The kid was blee 1 CONC ding pretty much and I wasn't feeling like a hero at all, I was worried ab 1 CONC out getting in trouble with my folks. The kid was all right, thank Go 1 CONC d, a half inch lower and he might have lost his sight in one eye. 1 CONT 1 CONT One time Jack and I were walking along a road that followed a stream. A 1 CONC ll of a sudden Jack says "watch this". Jack picked up a rock, point 1 CONC ed to a bird on a branch hanging over the stream. Although the bird was ma 1 CONC ybe fifteen yards away, Jack took aim and hit that poor bird in the hea 1 CONC d, the bird dropped plop into the water and was carried down stream. Late 1 CONC r, Jack said that he had only planned on scaring the bird. 1 CONT 1 CONT My grandmother used to pack me cookies and stuff for my hikes and I wou 1 CONC ld always share with Jack. One day while walking along a road I was taki 1 CONC ng my time (on purpose) getting some cookies out of my knapsack and wh 1 CONC en I finally had them out, Jack turned to me and said, "Don't tell me y 1 CONC ou finally got those f--kers out of the sack? For some reason I thought th 1 CONC at was the funniest thing I ever heard and laughed for about an hour. 1 CONT 1 CONT I caught two snakes at once under a board by the boney. One 1 CONT I know for sure was a DeKays snake and the other was what we thought at t 1 CONC he time to be a baby Diamond-Back Rattler. In a tent one time with Tom Mar 1 CONC shall and his sister and a couple of other guys, we played strip poker. Ag 1 CONC ain on top of the hill. I remember everyone was 1 CONT down to their underwear except me, I was dealing and cheating if I rememb 1 CONC er right. 1 CONT 1 CONT Up past the boney was an old orchard, it was overgrown and the apples were 1 CONC n’t any good for eating. We used to have apple wars, throwing apples at ea 1 CONC ch other. Those little green ones used to hurt. Up past the old orchard w 1 CONC as a field of pine trees planted pretty much in rows. Up even farther th 1 CONC an this was a steep field. We used to have a lot of fun sliding down th 1 CONC is field on scraps of cardboard. There was quite a view from this hi 1 CONC gh on the hill; we used to call it the “palm of God” because the surroundi 1 CONC ng hills together looked like a giant palm. It was always real quiet up th 1 CONC is high on the hill and the sound of the clocks and chimes of Barnesboro w 1 CONC ere literally as clear as a bell. We always knew what time it was, we us 1 CONC ed to bless ourselves at this time as was the custom. Throughout this fie 1 CONC ld too were huckleberry bushes, these too, if not eaten on the spot were g 1 CONC reat with milk and sugar. 1 CONT 1 CONT Up behind this field was a dense woods, once you were in the woods you cou 1 CONC ldn’t see back out so there was no “view”. Where the trees didn’t grow we 1 CONC re out croppings of rock. We used to swing on vines up in this woods and s 1 CONC care each other with stories of a “mad hermit” that ate kids. Coming ba 1 CONC ck down the hill was dangerous and a thrill in itself. The hill is so ste 1 CONC ep that you could come down the hill about eight times faster than going u 1 CONC p. We would end up falling five or six times on the way down. 1 CONT 1 CONT Next to my grandparents house was the “hotel” built by my great-g 1 CONC randfather Thomas J. Byrnes. At one time it had a tavern down below on t 1 CONC he ground floor, my great-grandfather used to tend the bar there. When I w 1 CONC as growing up the bar was gone and the building was owned by people nam 1 CONC ed Yingling. My good friend Tom Marshall lived in the “hotel” which had be 1 CONC en converted to apartments. 1 CONT Behind the hotel was a huge tall oak tree we used to spend hours in its br 1 CONC anches being kids. We would go way to the top, being sky pilots swaying wi 1 CONC th the wind on thin branches. Tom broke his arm once, flying to 1 CONT the ground. Across from the Byrnes Hotel was another garden, this one gro 1 CONC wn by my grandfather. Wait I have to say more of the hotel. 1 CONT 1 CONT We used to get yelled at for running up the steps of the hotel th 1 CONC at used to knock dirt on the people sitting on the porch below. By the ti 1 CONC me I was growing up, the top floors of the hotel were condemned for bei 1 CONC ng unsafe. 1 CONT 1 CONT The garden my grandfather had, as I said was across the road fr 1 CONC om the hotel. It used to be mostly corn with a lot of other vegetables. T 1 CONC he garden was manicured with grass paths and sweet peas growing on the fen 1 CONC ces. We used to try rhubarb with salt, I never liked it. Down 1 CONT at the bottom of the garden was a well, a surfaced underground spring. Wat 1 CONC er for the garden came from this spring. I caught a small salamander at th 1 CONC is spring one time, it was black with a scarlet belly. 1 CONT 1 CONT We used to run through and hide in the rows of corn, at dinner my uncles u 1 CONC sed to bet me they could eat more corn than I. Down along the road from t 1 CONC he garden, on the same side of the street as the hotel was a small stor 1 CONC e. Byrnes’s Store run by "Bunny" Byrnes. I always had money for pop, can 1 CONC dy and potato chips. I used to by a lot of clear "Birch Beer". There we 1 CONC re also many elderberry bushes, up behind the alley. One time we used t 1 CONC he juice to cover our skin and played Indians. Down below my granddad’s ga 1 CONC rden were railroad tracks that followed a creek all the way into Barnesbo 1 CONC ro We used to walk those tracks to go to the movie or to get pizza at 10 c 1 CONC ents a slice. We used to put pennies, nails and glass on the rails and wa 1 CONC it for the train to come to flatten them out. The nails would look like sm 1 CONC all swords. We used to catch crayfish in the creek and pop "Touch-me-nots 1 CONC ". We made a partial dam on the creek once and tried floating around in t 1 CONC he higher water on homemade rafts. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0100@ INDI 1 NAME Janet Elizabeth /Panetta/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 FEB 1952 2 PLAC Hamtramack, MI 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 FEB 1952 2 PLAC Detroit, Michigan 1 FAMS @F0211@ 1 FAMS @F0195@ 1 FAMC @F0212@ 0 @I0101@ INDI 1 NAME Delphine M. "Della" /McConnell/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 NOV 1899 2 PLAC Ashville, Cambria Co. PA 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 NOV 1899 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 APR 1984 2 PLAC Loretto Cambria Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Thomas Cem. Ashville, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0131@ 1 FAMC @F0073@ 1 NOTE @NI0101@ 0 @NI0101@ NOTE 1 CONC DELPHINE M. BYRNEMrs. Byrne, 84, of Loretto died Saturday, April 28, 198 1 CONC 4, in her home, afte r an extended illness.Known as Della, she was born No 1 CONC v. 28, 1899, in Ashville, the daughte r of James D. and Cecelia (Fitzpatri 1 CONC ck) McConnell, and married Warren Byrne.Surviving are 1 0 children: Jose 1 CONC ph of Barnesboro, Mary Beach of Wilmington, Del.; Leroy, Theodore and Lawr 1 CONC enc e of Ebensburg RD, Theresa Reese of Hanover, Md.; Daniel of Loretto, G 1 CONC latha Eckenrode of Gall itzin RD, Cecelia Hoyle of Haymarket, Va., and Car 1 CONC olyn Brady of Gallitzin; 62 grandchildren a nd 47 great-grandchildren.Mr 1 CONC s. Byrne was a member of St. Michaels Catholic Church, Loretto , and Alt 1 CONC ar and Rosary Society.She was also a member of the Grandmothers Club, Demo 1 CONC cratic Cl ub and Prince Gallitzin Senior Citizens and an auxiliary memb 1 CONC er to the Loretto Fire Company. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 a 1 CONC nd 7 to 9 p.m. today in the Donald J. Gibbons Funeral H ome, Ashville.BYR 1 CONC NE The funeral of Delphine M. Byrne of Loretto will be held with a ma 1 CONC ss o f Christian burial at 11 a.m. Tuesday in St. Michaels Catholic Churc 1 CONC h, Loretto, by the Rev . Joseph Weidmann. Interment in St. Thomas Cemeter 1 CONC y, Ashville. Friends will be received fro m 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tod 1 CONC ay in the Donald J. Gibbons Funeral Home, Ashville, where liturgi cal wa 1 CONC ke service will be held tonight.Altoona Mirror, April 30, 1984.Blair Coun 1 CONC ty Genealogi cal Society Obituary Collection, Vol. 18, page 64. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, Thursday September 21, 1972. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs, Warren Byrne of Loretto recently celebrated their 50th 1 CONT Anniversary. Mr. Byrne and the former Della McConnell were married Septemb 1 CONC er 1 CONT 5, 1922 at St. Mary's in Patton. 1 CONT They are the parents of the following children: 1 CONT Mrs. John Beach, Delaware;Mrs. Curtiss Reese, Maryland; 1 CONT Mrs. Arthur Hoyle, Virginia; 1 CONT Mrs. Robert Eckenrode, Galliltzin; 1 CONT Mrs Donald Brady, Carrolltown; [or is this Bradley??] 1 CONT Joseph, California; 1 CONT Daniel, and 1 CONT Lawrence, Loretto; 1 CONT Leroy, and 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg. 1 CONT There are 53 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. 0 @I0102@ INDI 1 NAME Edward Joseph /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 JUL 1926 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 1 FAMS @F0247@ 1 FAMS @F0008@ 1 FAMC @F0174@ 0 @I0103@ INDI 1 NAME Alen /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 JAN 1864 1 FAMC @F0011@ 0 @I0104@ INDI 1 NAME Bernard C. /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 NAME Bernard /Byrnes/ 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 MAR 1923 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1979 1 FAMS @F0113@ 1 FAMC @F0176@ 0 @I0105@ INDI 1 NAME Gayle Ann /Byrnes/ Flint 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 SEP 1951 1 FAMS @F0193@ 1 FAMC @F0008@ 0 @I0106@ INDI 1 NAME Jacob (James) Herman /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 FEB 1882 1 FAMC @F0144@ 0 @I0107@ INDI 1 NAME John Amandus /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 MAR 1879 1 DEAT 2 DATE MAR 1935 2 PLAC St. Benedict's 1 FAMS @F0146@ 1 FAMC @F0144@ 0 @I0108@ INDI 1 NAME Herman James /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1881 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 APR 1911 1 BURI 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery Spangler 1 FAMC @F0144@ 1 NOTE @NI0108@ 0 @NI0108@ NOTE 1 CONC Unmarried 1 CONT was a Bartender and Horse Dealer 1 CONT 1 CONT According to answers on a questionnaire from Edward A. Byrnes 1 CONT James Herman 'Died at the age of 28 Kidney Infection - Ella Mae Byrnes Bur 1 CONC ns 0 @I0109@ INDI 1 NAME Chad Lee /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 DEC 1971 2 PLAC Warren, Michigan 1 FAMS @F0268@ 1 FAMC @F0009@ 0 @I0110@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 JUN 1842 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 DEC 1931 1 FAMS @F0124@ 1 FAMC @F0029@ 1 NOTE @NI0110@ 0 @NI0110@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus 11 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary Ann Byrne, b. June 03, 1842 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, d. 1 CONT December 26, 1931. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Not much on this one either. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p 13, #0228 Burnms, Maria Anna (Barnabae/Mariae) b. 1 CONT 06-03 bp. 07-18-1842 gp: Rev. P.H. Lemke/Barbara Koch PHL. [St. Michae 1 CONC l 1 CONT s] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Patricia Wiggins, Charles Lantzy. 0 @I0111@ INDI 1 NAME Emmet /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1857 2 PLAC Cambria County PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 AUG 1896 2 PLAC Allegheny Township 1 FAMC @F0013@ 1 NOTE @NI0111@ 0 @NI0111@ NOTE 1 CONC Farmer, died in accident 1 CONT 1 CONT From: "JCTripp" 1 CONT To: 1 CONT Sent: Saturday, November 26, 2005 6:22 PM 1 CONT 1 CONT > Does anyone know the wife of Emmet Byrne? 1 CONT > No, but ..... 1 CONT > Last I see of him he is in the 1880 census; single; living with 1 CONT > parents Thomas (age 48) and mother A. Mary (age 49) in Clearfield Twp. 1 CONT > The Pacambria website has a record for an Edith GILL (1912 - 1998) as 1 CONT > the wife of James F. and the daughter of a Marie (Dick) and Emmet 1 CONT > Byrnes - St. Bernard's, Hastings. 1 CONT > The marriage record of Emmet & Marie is available at the Cambria Co 1 CONT > courthouse. 1 CONT > Index 34, page 3, License Vol 33, page 253 (in 1907). 1 CONT > IF (yes, we always have an IF) the Emmet married to Marie is the son 1 CONT > of Emmet Byrnes (died 1896) the marriage certificate might contain the 1 CONT > wife of Emmet (died 1896) Byrnes. Or not. 1 CONT 1 CONT > v. EMMET BYRNE, b. Abt. 1857, Cambria Co., PA; d. Aug 28, 1896, Alleghe 1 CONC ny 1 CONT > Township, Cambria Co., PA Age 39y; m. UNKNOWN. 1 CONT > Notes for EMMET BYRNE: 1 CONT > Cambria County Death Records. Courthouse, Ebensburg, PA. BYRNE, Emmet. 1 CONT > Male. Age 39. Married. Born Cambria County. Farmer. Died August 28, 189 1 CONC 6, 1 CONT > in Allegheny Township. Accident. Buried in Chest Springs. 1 CONT > More About EMMET BYRNE: 1 CONT > Cause of Death: Accident 1 CONT > Occupation: Farmer 1 CONT > Residence: Chest Springs, Cambria Co., PA 0 @I0112@ INDI 1 NAME Anne /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 JAN 1941 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 JAN 1941 2 PLAC St. Thomas Cem. Ashville, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMC @F0131@ 0 @I0113@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph W. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 SEP 1923 2 PLAC Barnesboro, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 APR 2002 2 PLAC Ebensburg, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0082@ 1 FAMS @F0092@ 1 FAMC @F0131@ 1 NOTE @NI0113@ 0 @NI0113@ NOTE 1 CONC Name: BYRNE, Joseph W. 1 CONT Died: 23 Apr 2002; Laurel Crest; Ebensburg 1 CONT Born: 19 Sep 1923; Barnesboro 1 CONT Parents: Warren L. & Della (McConnell) Byrne 1 CONT Spouse: Margaret Marge Caldwell (m. 11 Mar 1977) 1 CONT Prec. Death: Parents; son - Leonard; grandson - Joseph Lee Reeves; 1 CONT sisters - Barbara, Ann, & Mary Beach; brothers - Roy & 1 CONT Daniel 1 CONT Survived By: Wife; children - Shirley Reeves (w/o Lee), Dennis, Gerald 1 CONT (h/o Catalina Palasiqui), Christina Laughner, Monica Ewen; 1 CONT 7 grandchildren; 1 great-granddaughter; step-children - 1 CONT Richard Evans, Roy Evans, Raymond Evans; siblings - Theres 1 CONC a 1 CONT Reese, Theodore, Larry, Glatha Eckenrode, Cecelia Hoyle, 1 CONT Carolyn Brady; sisters-in-law - Louise Byrne & Sheila Byrn 1 CONC e 1 CONT Buried: Holy Cross Cemetery; Northern Cambria 1 CONT Newspaper: Tribune-Democrat 1 CONT News. Page: D7 1 CONT Obit Date: 25 Apr 2002 1 CONT Contributed By: Lisa Baker 0 @I0114@ INDI 1 NAME Carolyn /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0492@ 1 FAMC @F0131@ 0 @I0115@ INDI 1 NAME Paul C. /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 SEP 1920 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 JUN 2006 1 FAMS @F0006@ 1 FAMC @F0145@ 1 NOTE @NI0115@ 0 @NI0115@ NOTE 1 CONC From Edward A. Byrne August 1st, 2006: 1 CONT 1 CONT I was glad to see Paul at his home in Byrnesville, near Barnesboro, now No 1 CONC rthern Cambria Borough Pennsylvania in October of 2003. My wife and I h 1 CONC ad traveled to the area to enjoy the mountains with autumn color. I fou 1 CONC nd Paul with a rake in his backyard on James Street; he was filling in a s 1 CONC mall depression in the lawn. I said, "Hey Paul! Boy am I glad to see you 1 CONC !" Paul said he was glad to see me too. It had been 20 years since I la 1 CONC st saw him or Byrnesville. Everything had changed but Paul Byrnes still li 1 CONC ved in Byrnesville, in the house he built and it meant a great de 1 CONC al to me to see him again. 1 CONT 1 CONT We talked about the parties which used to go on in his large covered porc 1 CONC h. At 13 I was allowed at the party for a bit before hitting the sa 1 CONC ck at my grandparent’s house across from Paul's. I listened to the part 1 CONC y, the music, and laughter, long into the night. (I know I was 13 becau 1 CONC se the song "Locomotion" by Little Eva was playing which came out in 1962. 1 CONC ) 1 CONT 1 CONT A number of us Byrnes's gathered at Paul's house in July of 2005 in the f 1 CONC ew days before the Byrnes Family and Friends Reunion of 9 July 2005. It w 1 CONC as the best of a small reunion there in Paul's front yard. Karen Byrnes, J 1 CONC erry and Judy Byrnes, Edward A. Byrnes, his sister Diane Byrnes Carl, Maur 1 CONC een Byrnes wife of Wes and daughter Cynthia were in attendance. 1 CONT 1 CONT Tribune-Democrat June 2006 Obituaries 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Tribune-Democrat June 2006 Obituaries 1 CONT 1 CONT BYRNES - Paul 1 CONT 1 CONT BYRNES - Paul C., 85, Northern Cambria, died June 14, 2006, at St. Clair H 1 CONC ospital, Pittsburgh. Born Sept. 27, 1920, in Susquehanna Township, s 1 CONC on of Gilbert and Martha (Stoltz) Byrnes. Preceded in death by parents; wi 1 CONC fe, Mary (Martucci) Byrnes, who died April 28, 1994; infant daughter, Debo 1 CONC rah; brothers, Thomas Lavanas and Alvin Byrnes; and sisters, Vanetta Morle 1 CONC y, Olean Yingling and Lousie Miller. Survived by daughter, Karen, wi 1 CONC fe of Edward Harmon, Pittsburgh. Brother of Margaretta Gibas, Northern Cam 1 CONC bria. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. World War II Army vete 1 CONC ran, who received the Purple Heart and the European African Middle Easte 1 CONC rn Service Medal with six Bronze Stars and one Bronze Arrowhead. Memb 1 CONC er of VFW Post 343 and American Legion Post 508, Barnesboro. Retired fr 1 CONC om Barnes -- Tucker Co. and member of UMWA District 2, Local 1269. Memb 1 CONC er of Prince of Peace Catholic Church. Friends received from 2 to 4 a 1 CONC nd 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Moriconi Funeral Home Inc., Northern Cambria, whe 1 CONC re rosary will be recited at 3 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrat 1 CONC ed at 10 a.m. Saturday at Price of Peace Chapel. Committal, St. Bernard Ce 1 CONC metery, Hastings. Military honors by local veterans organizations. 1 CONT 0 @I0116@ INDI 1 NAME Sandra L. /Miller/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0232@ 1 FAMC @F0167@ 0 @I0117@ INDI 1 NAME /Byrne/ 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 JAN 1887 1 FAMC @F0039@ 0 @I0118@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph F. /Schroth/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 APR 1858 2 PLAC Schleswig Ober Lindewieze Germany 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 APR 1858 2 PLAC Oberlindeweise (Austro-Silesia) 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 MAR 1947 2 PLAC Clearfield Twp PA 1 FAMS @F0015@ 1 FAMC @F0017@ 1 NOTE @NI0118@ 0 @NI0118@ NOTE 1 CONC Source Information for Joseph F Schrot 1 CONT Joseph F. Schrot 1 CONT Joseph F. Schrot of Clearfield, R.D. 4, died at his home march 30, at 2: 1 CONC 30 a.m. 1 CONT Born in Germany April 27, 1858, he came to this country with his bri 1 CONC de in 1882. He has lived in Clearfiled 65 years. he and his wife would ha 1 CONC ve celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary in June. 1 CONT He is survived by his widow, Anna B. Schrot and the following children: 1 CONT Frank R. Schrot, Mt. Pleasant, Mich.; Joseph J., Hyde; Leo S. Esq., Detroi 1 CONC t, Mich.; Carl G., Rochester, N.Y.; Earnest I., Lock Haven; Rudolph F., Cl 1 CONC earfield; Mrs. Ernest hugney, Frenchville; Mrs. Edward R. Byrnse, Barnesbo 1 CONC ro; Mrs. Lewis Sandri; Curwensville; ruth, Salamanca N.Y.; Sister joseph A 1 CONC nn, Blairsville; Mrs. Emma Beauseigneur, Mary and Al, at home. Twenty-sev 1 CONC en grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren also survive. 1 CONT The funeral will be from the St. Francis Catholic Church, at 9 a.m. Wednes 1 CONC day, April 2. Rev. Martin N. Glynn will officiate. interment will be in t 1 CONC he Calvary Cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Source Information 1 CONT New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 1 CONT View the Original Record here on Ancestry.com now. 1 CONT details Source 1 CONT Name: New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 1 CONT Repository: Ancestry.com 1 CONT Name: New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 1 CONT Author: Ancestry.com 1 CONT Publisher: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, I 1 CONC nc., 2006.Original data - Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New Yor 1 CONC k, New York, 1820-1897; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M237, 6 1 CONC 75 rolls); Records of the U.S. Customs Service, R 1 CONT Call Number: 1 CONT Notes: 1 CONT REFN: 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Citation 1 CONT Detail: Year: 1883; Arrival: , ; Microfilm serial: M237; Microfilm roll: M 1 CONC 237_467; Line: ; List number: . 1 CONT Date: 1 CONT Notes: 1 CONT Actual text: Birth date: abt 1857 1 CONT Birth place: 1 CONT Origin date: 1 CONT Origin place: Germany 1 CONT Arrival date: 30 Jun 1883 1 CONT Arrival place: New York 1 CONT Departure date: 1 CONT Departure place: Bremen, Germany and Southampton, England 1 CONT Destination date: 1 CONT Destination place: United States of America 1 CONT 1 CONT Web address: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=nypl 1 CONT &h=12557192&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From the German Ancester's Pyramid 1 CONT Franz married shortly after his military duty and soon moved to the USA su 1 CONC s, and a farm acquired v.etwa 15 ha in Pennsylvania, which he managed wi 1 CONC th his wife. It was gel-pleading hauptsochl as Flussen to the city floh 1 CONC te and sold (I know, I will try a better translation later) 1 CONT Of his 14 children of 7 sons and 7 daughters six sons studied as did so 1 CONC me daughter 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Family hometown in 1910: Glen Richey, Clearfield, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Home in 1920: Lawrence, Clearfield, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT 1920 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Joseph F Schrot 1 CONT Name: Joseph F Schrot 1 CONT Home in 1920: Lawrence, Clearfield, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 61 years 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1859 1 CONT Birthplace: Schleswig 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Head 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Annie 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: Schleswig 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: Schleswig 1 CONT Marital Status: Married 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Sex: Male 1 CONT Home owned: Own 1 CONT Year of Immigration: 1884 1 CONT Able to read: Yes 1 CONT Able to Write: Yes 1 CONT Image: 734 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Joseph F Schrot 61 1 CONT Annie Schrot 56 1 CONT Mary Schrot 33 1 CONT Emm Schrot 28 1 CONT Pauline Schrot 25 1 CONT Alves P Schrot 23 1 CONT Ruth Schrot 21 1 CONT Anna Schrot 19 1 CONT Carl Schrot 18 1 CONT Earnest Schrot 15 1 CONT Catherine Schrot 41 1 CONT Rudolph Schrot 12 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT View 1 CONT Original 1 CONT Record 1 CONT 1 CONT View original image 1 CONT 0 @I0119@ INDI 1 NAME Theresa /Adams/ 1 SEX F 1 NAME Theresa /Adams/ 1 FAMS @F0043@ 1 FAMC @F0412@ 0 @I0120@ INDI 1 NAME Blair C. /Miller/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 OCT 1919 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 JAN 1993 1 FAMS @F0167@ 1 FAMC @F0795@ 0 @I0121@ INDI 1 NAME Richard Rudolph /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 APR 1875 1 DEAT 2 PLAC St. Boniface Cemetery PA 1 FAMC @F0011@ 0 @I0122@ INDI 1 NAME Anna Marie /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 APR 1921 1 FAMS @F0033@ 1 FAMC @F0176@ 0 @I0123@ INDI 1 NAME William R. "Dick" /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 OCT 1924 1 FAMS @F0072@ 1 FAMC @F0176@ 0 @I0124@ INDI 1 NAME Mary C. /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 MAY 1925 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF NOV 2000 1 FAMS @F0061@ 1 FAMS @F0046@ 1 FAMC @F0131@ 0 @I0125@ INDI 1 NAME John Edward "Jack" /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 DEC 1927 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 AUG 2007 1 FAMS @F0119@ 1 FAMS @F0120@ 1 FAMC @F0176@ 0 @I0126@ INDI 1 NAME Rita Mae /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 MAY 1929 1 FAMS @F0204@ 1 FAMC @F0176@ 0 @I0127@ INDI 1 NAME Donald /BYRNES/ 1 SEX M 0 @I0128@ INDI 1 NAME James /Johns/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Cherry Tree, PA 1 FAMS @F0204@ 0 @I0129@ INDI 1 NAME Augustine /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1835 0 @I0130@ INDI 1 NAME James Patrick /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1930 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 MAY 1954 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Bernard's cemetery, Hastings, PA 1 FAMC @F0174@ 1 NOTE @NI0130@ 0 @NI0130@ NOTE 1 CONC Edward A. Byrnes has a copy of James Patrick's Honorable Discharege fr 1 CONC om the Army 5 May 1952 . The document says, "James Patrick Byrnes RA 13 2 1 CONC 86 706 Sergeant Regular Army" 1 CONT 1 CONT aged 24 years, SGT 8608 AAU KW, 1 CONT son of Edward and Pauline 0 @I0131@ INDI 1 NAME Michael B. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 MAY 1833 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 OCT 1915 1 FAMS @F0121@ 1 FAMC @F0029@ 1 NOTE @NI0131@ 0 @NI0131@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus 10 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael B. Byrne, b. May 09, 1833 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a, d. October 24, 1915. Michael married Matilda M. Topper, b. February 1 1 CONC 5, 1831 Cambria County, Pennsylvania, d. November 20, 1906 in Altoona, Bla 1 CONC ir County, Pennsylvania. They were married October 25, 1853 in Loretto, C 1 CONC ambria County, Pennsylvania. Matilda was the daughter of George Topper a 1 CONC nd Elizabeth Little. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. III, p. 20, #0568 Byrne, Michael (Barnabas/Mary Driske 1 CONC l) m. 10-25-1853 Matilda Topper (George/Elizabeth omitted) JAG. [S 1 CONC t. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Michael B. Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 107, #02270 Byrne, Michael (Barnabae/Mariae) b. 0 1 CONC 5-09 bp. 06-30-1833 gp: Simon Weakland/Susanna Weakland DAG. [St. Mic 1 CONC hael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents, Barnabus Byrne and Mary Driskel. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 19, Line 39 1 CONT Michael BURNS, age 26, laborer, assets $50, b. Penn 1 CONT Matilda, age 28, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT stamped p. 32, Line 35 1 CONT BURNS, Michael, age 37, engineer on RR, assets $200, b. Penn 1 CONT Matilda, age 36, keeps house, b. Penn 1 CONT Anna M., age 6, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 44, ED, 154, Line 37 1 CONT BURNS, Michael B., age 48, hostler, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Matilda, age 49, wife, keeping house, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1900 Census, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT ED 47, Sheet 6B, Line 51 1 CONT BURNS, Michael B., head, May 1835, age 65, m/40 yrs, b. Penn, parents b. P 1 CONC enn, janitor 1 CONT Matilda M., wife, Jan 1833, age 67, m/40 yrs, 0 children [sic]/0 livin 1 CONC g, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1910 Census, Michael Burns, age 76 and widowed, is living in Altoona in t 1 CONC he home of Olive McNelis. He is listed as "uncle-in-law" 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Johns' Cemetery Listing, Altoona 1 CONT Burns Michael (03 May 1833) (24 Oct 191 1 CONC 5?) severely weathered/illegible. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Matilda M. Topper 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 94, #02008 Tapper, Mathilda (Georgii/Elisabet 1 CONC h) b. 02-15 bp. 02-27-1831 gp: Carolus Brady/Catharina Little DAG. [S 1 CONC t. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 159 1 CONT Listed with parents George Topper and Elizabeth [unknown]. 1 CONT 1 CONT Altoona Mirror Nov. 20, 1906 1 CONT Matilda M. Burns, 1 CONT Wife of Michael Burns, died this forenoon at 10:45 at her home 1327 Sixtee 1 CONC nth Avenue after an extended illness. The immediate cause of death was ca 1 CONC ncer of the stomach. The deceased was aged 75 years and was born at Lore 1 CONC tto, Cambria County. She was married in the year 1852 (Topper & Byrne ma 1 CONC rried in Oct 1851) and she had been a resident of Altoona since the year 1 1 CONC 861. She is survived by her husband, and one sister, Mrs, Catherine Walte 1 CONC rs, of Johnstown. The funeral will probably be held Friday forenoon, serv 1 CONC ices at St. John's church at 9o'clock. Interment in St. John's Cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. John's Cemetery Listing, Altoona 1 CONT Burns Matilda 16 Jan 1831? 20 Nov 19 1 CONC 06 w/o Michael, May She Rest In Peace, severely weathered/illegible 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Michael B. Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Michael B. Byrne b: May 09, 1833 d: Oc 1 CONC tober 24, 1915 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Matilda M. Topper b: February 15, 18 1 CONC 31 d: November 20, 1906 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Anna M. Byrne b: 1864 d: Janua 1 CONC ry 20, 1879 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT World Connect - Marie Inyang 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Patricia Wiggins, Charles Lantzy. 1 CONT St. Johns' Cemetery Listing 1 CONT Altoona Mirror - Obituary 1 CONT Obit of Mary M. (Byrne) Weakland, sister 1 CONT Obit of Matilda (Topper) Byrne, wife 0 @I0132@ INDI 1 NAME David John /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0016@ 1 FAMC @F0174@ 1 NOTE @NI0132@ 0 @NI0132@ NOTE 1 CONC Notes from David John Byrnes about 1981: 1 CONT Memories: 1 CONT "I can remember a store in the neighborhood, Pete DeFazio owned it. We wou 1 CONC ld pay there "on th e book" and pay on pay day." 1 CONT "Taking a cow out to pasture with a neighbor. The cow was his not mine." 1 CONT "The corn fields up on the hill side." 1 CONT "When O.R. and Alice first opend the store, he had a pool room in the back 1 CONC ." 1 CONT "There were coal mines up where we calll Polish hill. Marcello (M.A.) own 1 CONC ed the mines. He wa s also Dr. Byrnes father." 1 CONT "There was also a tipple where the trucks would dump the coal into railro 1 CONC ad cars up that way. " 1 CONT "We would also pick berries up on the hill and apples" 0 @I0133@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah Jane /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 NAME Sarah Jane /Byrne/ 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 SEP 1827 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 SEP 1827 1 FAMS @F0078@ 1 FAMC @F0029@ 1 NOTE @NI0133@ 0 @NI0133@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus 9 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT Sarah Jane Byrne, b. September 11, 1827 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsy 1 CONC lvania, d. unknown. 1 CONT Sarah married Joseph Cunningham, b. July 28, 1823 in Cambria County, Penns 1 CONC ylvania, d. unknown. 1 CONT They were married October 24, 1848 in Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania. Joseph was the son of Michael Cunningham and Mary Kenny/ 1 CONC McKinney. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Sarah J. Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 78, #01659 Byrne, Sara Joanna (Barnabae/Maria 1 CONC e) b. 09-11 bp. 10-07-1827 gp: Jacob Burgoon, s. of Barnabas/Anna Drisc 1 CONC ol DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899), p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents, Barnabas Byrne and Mary Driskel. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1900 Census, Harrison Township, Mahaska County, Iowa (June) 1 CONT ED 62, Sheet 14B, Line 66 1 CONT CUNNNINGHAM, Sarah, head, Feb 1829, age 71, widowed, 10 children/8 livin 1 CONC g, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Silas, son, June 1856, age 43, single, b. Penn, farmer 1 CONT Richard, son, Jan 1859, age 41, single, b. Penn, day laborer 1 CONT Joseph, son [probably grandson], Feb 1890, age 10, b. Iowa, parents b. Pen 1 CONC n, attends school 1 CONT OWENS, Etta [Henrietta], daughter, July 1861, age 38, widowed, 0 children 1 CONC /0 living, b. Penn, housekeeper 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1910, Sarah is living in the home of her single son, Silas, in Harris 1 CONC on Township, Mahaska County, Iowa. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Joseph Cunningham 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 55, #01188 Cuningham, Joseph (Michaelis/Maria 1 CONC e) b. 07-28 bp. 09-15-1823 gp: Petrus Dougherty/Maria Wharton DA 1 CONC G. [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 108 1 CONT Listed with parents, Michael and Mary _____ Cunningham. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT Line 32 1 CONT Joseph CUNINGHAM, age 27, farmer, assets $150, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah J., age 21, b. Penn 1 CONT Sophia, age 1, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Sept) 1 CONT p. 282, Line 12, Plattville P.O. 1 CONT Joseph CUNNINGHAM, age 37, labourer, assets $100/200, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah J., age 27, b. Penn 1 CONT Sophia, age 11, b. Penn 1 CONT Demetrius, age 8, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary M., age 6, b. Penn 1 CONT Sylvester, age 4, b. Penn 1 CONT Silas, age 3, b. Penn 1 CONT Henrietta, age 1, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Le Claire, Scott County, Iowa (June) 1 CONT p. 2, Line 1 1 CONT CUNNINGHAM, Joseph, age 45, laborer, assets $200/150, b. Penn 1 CONT Jane, age 40, keeps house, b. Penn 1 CONT James, age 19, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Matilda, age 15, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Sylvester, age 13, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Silas, age 11, b. Penn 1 CONT Henrietta, age 9, b. Penn 1 CONT Richard, age 7, b. Penn 1 CONT Helena, age 3, b. Iowa 1 CONT 1 CONT This census has a lot of discrepencies, but must be this family: 1 CONT 1880 Census, Union Township, Doniphan County, Kansas (June) 1 CONT p. 11, ED 78, Line 4 1 CONT CUNNNINGHAM, Jovis [Joseph], age 60 [57], farming, b. Penn, parents b. Ire 1 CONC land 1 CONT Sarah, age 44 [53], wife, keeping house, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Silias [Silas], age 21, son, single, farming, b. Penn 1 CONT Henretta [Henrietta], age 19, daughter, single, b. Penn 1 CONT Richard, age 17, son, farming, b. Penn 1 CONT Elena [Helena], daughter, age 13, at home, b. Wisconsin [Iowa] 1 CONT 1 CONT Will Book II Cambria Pa of Michael Cunningham registered Dec. 14, 1870 men 1 CONC tions son Joseph Cunningham. 1 CONT 1 CONT From Victoria Houseman: 1 CONT Wife and six children went out west around 1860. [After 1861] 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Sarah Jane Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Sarah Jane Byrne b: September 11, 18 1 CONC 27 d: Aft. 1913 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Joseph Cunningham b: July 28, 18 1 CONC 23 d: Bet. 1880 - 1900 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Sophia Isabella Cunningham b: June 24, 18 1 CONC 49 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 James Demetrius Cunningham b: December 13, 18 1 CONC 51 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Magdalena Cunningham b: July 22, 18 1 CONC 54 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Sylvester Cunningham b: July 31, 18 1 CONC 56 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Silas Celestine Cunningham b: April 07, 1 1 CONC 858 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Henrietta Cunningham b: June 29, 18 1 CONC 59 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Henry Cunningham b: June 29, 1859 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Richard Cunningham b: January 22, 18 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Helena Cunningham b: 1867 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Joseph Cunningham b: 1890 1 CONT 1 CONT bcr note: Joseph has to be a grandchild that Sarah raised. She would ha 1 CONC ve been too old [age 63] to be his natural mother. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Father's Will [Michael Cunningham] 1 CONT Correspondence - Lois Stafford 1 CONT Correspondence - Victoria Houseman 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Charles Lantzy 1 CONT Obit of Mary M. (Byrne) Weakland, sister [of Sarah] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0134@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes Elizabeth /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 JUN 1836 1 FAMC @F0029@ 1 NOTE @NI0134@ 0 @NI0134@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus 10 Feb 2009 1 CONT Agnes Elizabeth Byrne, b. June 10, 1836 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Here is another I don't have much on. But at least we know she belongs he 1 CONC re 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 124, #02641 Byrne, Agnes Elisabeth (Barnabae/Maria 1 CONC e) 1 CONT b. 06-10 bp. 07-31-1836 gp: Jacobus McMullan/Catharina Wharton DAG. [ 1 CONC St 1 CONT Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT 1 CONT Listed with parents, Barnabus Byrne and Mary Driskel. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Patricia Wiggins, Charles Lantzy. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0135@ INDI 1 NAME Leroy F. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 MAY 1927 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 JUN 1988 2 PLAC Ebensburg, RD1 Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0115@ 1 FAMC @F0131@ 1 NOTE @NI0135@ 0 @NI0135@ NOTE 1 CONC BYRNE, Leroy L. 7 May 1927 26 Jun 1988 S2/C US Army WWII, h/o Louise M. (H 1 CONC OLTZ) (H/FR) 1 CONT 1 CONT Documentation 1 CONT Information provided by Lisa Baker 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a 1 CONT tool to promote further research and should NOT be considered as verifi 1 CONC ed proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were 1 CONT used to obtain as many names as possible of people buried at St. Michael's 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 1 CONT FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 1 CONT FR - family record / genealogy 6) N 1 CONT - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 MAY 19 1 CONC 28 Memorial Day newspapers, 1 CONT listed war service and cemetery where buried). Didn't always find a headst 1 CONC one to correspond to the 1 CONT newspaper article, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on the 1 CONC ir headstone shows up in a 1 CONT newspaper article. 1 CONT 1 CONT DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1293 1 CONC 475 1 CONT (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individuals ma 1 CONC king the entries in the death 1 CONT registers would only list a number in the age column. In this document, t 1 CONC he ???? reference was mostly 1 CONT shown when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list 1 CONT a year if a child only lived a month. However, given the fact that oft 1 CONC en a number of entries would only 1 CONT indicate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is 1 CONT meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 1 CONT LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1 CONT 1793-1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bou 1 CONC nd pastors to keeping sacramental 1 CONT records. Since records of burial did not fall into this category, they we 1 CONC re all too frequently ignored by 1 CONT the pastors. 1 CONT 1 CONT K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", whi 1 CONC ch contains early 1 CONT baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this book was a register of d 1 CONC eaths, covering the period 1 CONT November 17, 1793 to October 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this informat 1 CONC ion from church records and 1 CONT headstones at St. Michael. 0 @I0136@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret Catherine /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 MAR 1838 1 DEAT 2 DATE BET 1910 AND 1920 1 FAMS @F0666@ 1 FAMC @F0029@ 1 NOTE @NI0136@ 0 @NI0136@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus on 11 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT Margaret Catherine Byrne, b. March 08, 1838 in Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a, d. bet. 1910-1920. Margaret married Landelin Gutwald, b. April 21, 18 1 CONC 43 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, d. bef. 1900. They were married Augu 1 CONC st 27, 1867 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Landelin was the s 1 CONC on of George Gutwald and Elizabeth Sarah Sanker. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. V, p. 14, #0348 Gutwalt, Landelin (George/Elizabeth Sank 1 CONC er) m. 08-27-1867 Margaret Burns * TSR [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Margaret C. Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 134, #02847 Byrne, Margarita Catharina (Barnabae/M 1 CONC ariae) b. 03-08 bp. 05-13-1838 gp: Georgius Little/Catharina Little DA 1 CONC G. [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents, Barnabus Byrne and Mary Driskel. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1900, Margaret is living in the home of Andrew and Mary Geus in Elder T 1 CONC ownship, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Mary is her daughter. Margar 1 CONC et is age 61 and widowed. 1 CONT In 1910, she is still living with Mary and Andrew Geus. She is age 71. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Correspondence - James Rosenbaum 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Patricia Wiggins, Charles Lantzy 1 CONT Obit of Mary M. (Byrne) Weakland, sister 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Landelin Gutwald 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p. 28, #0638 Gutwalt, Landelin (George/Elizabeth San 1 CONC ker) b. 04-21-1843 MWG [St. Michael's - Kittell Index] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 6, Line 19, Munster P.O. [indexed as Lonten Walt] 1 CONT WALT, Lonten, age 28, laborer, assets $460/120, b. Penn 1 CONT Margaret, age 27, keeping house, b. Penn 1 CONT Sophia, age 8, b. Penn [Mary C.?] 1 CONT [Living next to Margaret's father, Barney Burns (Byrne)] 1 CONT 1 CONT Somewhere along the way, Landelin changed his last name to Walt. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census, Carrolltown Borough, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 28, ED 210, Line 18 [indexed as Walt] 1 CONT WALT, Landaline, age 38, plasterer, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Margaret, age 42, wife, keeping house, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Mary C., age 18, daughter, single, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT BYRNE, Barnie B., age 77, father-in-law, none, b. Penn, father b. Irelan 1 CONC d, mother b. Maryland 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Margaret Catherine Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Margaret Catherine Byrne b: March 08, 18 1 CONC 38 d: Bet. 1910 - 1920 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Landelin Gutwald b: April 21, 1843 d: Be 1 CONC f. 1900 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary C. Byrne b: 1862 d: 1921 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Andrew Geus b: April 1858 d: December 1 1 CONC 5, 1930 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary kept the name Byrne, may have been born out of wedlock, raised as st 1 CONC ep child by Landelin 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Correspondence - James Rosenbaum 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Patricia Wiggins, Charles Lantzy 1 CONT Obit of Mary M. (Byrne) Weakland, sister of Margaret 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0137@ INDI 1 NAME Amandus G. /Hite/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 JUL 1882 2 PLAC Carrolltown PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE JUL 1965 2 PLAC St. Francis Xavier Cemetery, Cresson, PA 2 CAUS auto accident with wife 1 FAMS @F0201@ 1 FAMC @F0454@ 1 NOTE @NI0137@ 0 @NI0137@ NOTE 1 CONC Amandus' obit: 1 CONT Altoona Mirror Tuesday, July 13, 1965 1 CONT Accident Victim Dies In Hospital 1 CONT (Special to Altoona Mirror) 1 CONT CRESSON — A local resident Amandus George Hite, 82, of 310 Columbus Ave 1 CONC ., died Monday in the Miners Hospital, Spangler from injuries receiv 1 CONC ed in an automobile crash June 6. Mr. Hite, operator of one of the car 1 CONC s, and Daniel Clement, 23, of Johnstown, the other driver, collided on Rou 1 CONC te 219 near Carrolltown. Cambria County Coroner Joseph Govekar said dea 1 CONC th was caused by shock, complication, traumatic injuries, a broken pelvi 1 CONC s, six broken left ribs and a lung puncture. Mr. Hite was born at Carroll 1 CONC town on July 17, 1882, a son of Raphael and Madelyn (Bard) Hite, and marri 1 CONC ed Margaret Bynes. Surviving are his wife, two children, George B. of Lou 1 CONC isville, Ky., and Mrs. Nancy Conrad of Lonham, Md., seven grandchildren a 1 CONC nd one sister, Mrs. Rose Bishop of here. He was a retired engineer for t 1 CONC he Pennsylvania Railroad Company, and a member of St. Francis Xavier's Cat 1 CONC holic Church, L.O.O.M , Holy Name Society and the Nocturnal Adoration Soci 1 CONC ety. Friends will be received at the Casher-Kennedy Funeral Home here fr 1 CONC om 7 to 10 p.m. today and from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. tomorrow. [shared b 1 CONC y: shabodeho@@aol.com , Sharon, 11 Jan 2010] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1930 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Amandus Hite 1 CONT Name: Amandus Hite 1 CONT Home in 1930: Cresson, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 47 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1883 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Head 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Margaret 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Occupation: Fireman 1 CONT 1 CONT Education: 1 CONT 1 CONT Military service: 1 CONT 1 CONT Rent/home value: 1 CONT 1 CONT Age at first marriage: 1 CONT 1 CONT Parents' birthplace: View Image 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Amandus Hite 47 1 CONT Margaret Hite 40 1 CONT Nancy Hite 7 1 CONT George Hite 5 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0138@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Nagle/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 APR 1841 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1894 1 FAMS @F0011@ 1 FAMC @F0068@ 0 @I0139@ INDI 1 NAME Johann /Baum/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0207@ 0 @I0140@ INDI 1 NAME Dorothymae Marie /Fletcher/ Byrnes 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 OCT 1926 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 NOV 1994 1 FAMS @F0008@ 1 FAMC @F0206@ 0 @I0141@ INDI 1 NAME Charles Thomas /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 AUG 1834 1 FAMC @F0029@ 1 NOTE @NI0141@ 0 @NI0141@ NOTE 1 CONC Charles 'Thomas' Byrne, b. August 25, 1834 in Loretto, Cambria County, 1 CONT 1 CONT Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 114, #02434 Byrne, Carolus Thomas (Barnabae/Mariae 1 CONC ) 1 CONT 1 CONT b. 08-25 bp. 10-12-1834 Hugo McConnell/Sara Ekinroth, d. of Joannes DA 1 CONC G. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT 1 CONT Listed with parents, Barnabus Byrne and Mary Driskel. 1 CONT 0 @I0142@ INDI 1 NAME Nicholas /Heffley/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1844 2 PLAC Wuerttemberg 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1895 1 FAMS @F0003@ 1 NOTE @NI0142@ 0 @NI0142@ NOTE 1 CONC 3 Xavier Hefele b: Abt. 1839 in Wuerttemberg d: Bef. 1860 in Barr Twp., Ca 1 CONC mbria Co., Pennsylvania 1 CONT ............ 3 Anthony Hefele b: Abt. 1841 in Wuerttemburg d: Aft. 1916 1 CONT ............ 3 Nicholas Hefele b: Abt. 1844 in Wuerttemburg d: Bef. 18 1 CONC 95 in Cambria Co. Pennsylvania 1 CONT ................ +Catherine M. Byrne b: Mar 1839 in Cambria Co. Pennsylvan 1 CONC ia d: Bet. 1920 - 1930 in Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania Father: Thom 1 CONC as J. Byrne Mother: Sarah 1 CONT Ann Weakland m: Abt. 1875 in Cambria Co., Pennsylvania 0 @I0143@ INDI 1 NAME Diane Marie /Byrnes/ Carl 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 NOV 1955 1 FAMS @F0054@ 1 FAMC @F0008@ 0 @I0144@ INDI 1 NAME Carol Annette /Beaire/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 DEC 1948 2 PLAC Mansfield, OH 1 FAMS @F0009@ 1 FAMC @F0202@ 0 @I0145@ INDI 1 NAME John Chrysostomus /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 JUN 1840 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria County, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1850 1 FAMC @F0029@ 1 NOTE @NI0145@ 0 @NI0145@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus 12 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT John Chrysostomus Byrne, b. June 27, 1840 in Pennsylvania, d. bef. 1850. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p. 196, #4855 Byrne, Johan. Chrysostomus 1 CONT (Bernabas/Mariae) b. 01-27 in Susquehanna Twp. bp. 04-07-1840 at St. 1 CONT Joseph's gp: Rev. P.H. Lemke/Cathar. Koch PHL [St. Joseph's, Hart's] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT I believe that John died before 1850 as he is not listed in the 1850 censu 1 CONC s 1 CONT with his family. He would have been age 10. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Charles Lantzy. 0 @I0146@ INDI 1 NAME Victor Timothy /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 FEB 1962 2 PLAC Altoona, Blair Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 SEP 1981 2 PLAC St. Michael's Cemetery, Loretto PA 1 FAMC @F0115@ 1 NOTE @NI0146@ 0 @NI0146@ NOTE 1 CONC BYRNE, Victor T. 24 Feb 1962 12 Sep 1981 s/o Leroy & Louise (HOLTZ) (H/F 1 CONC R) 1 CONT 1 CONT Documentation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Information provided by Lisa Baker 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a 1 CONT tool to promote further research and should NOT be considered as verifi 1 CONC ed proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were 1 CONT used to obtain as many names as possible of people buried at St. Michael's 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 1 CONT FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 1 CONT FR - family record / genealogy 6) N 1 CONT - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 MAY 19 1 CONC 28 Memorial Day newspapers, 1 CONT listed war service and cemetery where buried). Didn't always find a headst 1 CONC one to correspond to the 1 CONT newspaper article, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on the 1 CONC ir headstone shows up in a 1 CONT newspaper article. 1 CONT 1 CONT DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1293 1 CONC 475 1 CONT (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individuals ma 1 CONC king the entries in the death 1 CONT registers would only list a number in the age column. In this document, t 1 CONC he ???? reference was mostly 1 CONT shown when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list 1 CONT a year if a child only lived a month. However, given the fact that oft 1 CONC en a number of entries would only 1 CONT indicate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is 1 CONT meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 1 CONT LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1 CONT 1793-1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bou 1 CONC nd pastors to keeping sacramental 1 CONT records. Since records of burial did not fall into this category, they we 1 CONC re all too frequently ignored by 1 CONT the pastors. 1 CONT 1 CONT K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", whi 1 CONC ch contains early 1 CONT baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this book was a register of d 1 CONC eaths, covering the period 1 CONT November 17, 1793 to October 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this informat 1 CONC ion from church records and 1 CONT headstones at St. Michael. 0 @I0147@ INDI 1 NAME John Cosmon /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1855 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 SEP 1867 1 FAMC @F0013@ 0 @I0148@ INDI 1 NAME Amelia Ann /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 JUN 1845 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1850 1 FAMC @F0029@ 1 NOTE @NI0148@ 0 @NI0148@ NOTE 1 CONC Amelia Ann Byrne, b. June 03, 1845 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, d. be 1 CONC f. 1850. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p. 207, #5121 Byrne, Aemilia Anna (Barnabae/Mar. Tri 1 CONC skel) b. 06-03 bp. 09-20-1845 gp: Carolo McDermitt/Mar. Gallagher P 1 CONC HL [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Charles Lantzy. 0 @I0149@ INDI 1 NAME Shirley Ann /Hegler/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0405@ 1 FAMC @F0364@ 1 NOTE @NI0149@ 0 @NI0149@ NOTE 1 CONC Sarasota Florida? 1 CONT 1 CONT This? 1 CONT Shirley A Hyne 1 CONT home 1 CONT 1 CONT 9244 SE Hawks Nest Ct 1 CONT 1 CONT Hobe Sound, FL 33455-8935 1 CONT 1 CONT (772) 546-3399 1 CONT 1 CONT Is this? 1 CONT Robin B. Parker Share E-mail 1 CONT 1 CONT Family-Placed Obituary 1 CONT 1 CONT ROBIN B. PARKER Robin B. Parker, age 53 of Hobe Sound, FL passed away on F 1 CONC ebruary 25, 2009. Born in Dearborn, MI, She resided in Palm Beach Garden 1 CONC s, FL for many years moving to Hobe Sound six years ago. Robin was a Regis 1 CONC tered Nurse for Redi-Nurse for several years before her retirement. She re 1 CONC ceived her Bachelors Degree in Nursing and her Masters Degree in Hospit 1 CONC al Administration from F.A.U. Robin is survived by her mother, Shirley Hy 1 CONC ne of Hobe Sound; brother, Keith Hyne (Barbara) of Jupiter; niece, Erin a 1 CONC nd nephew, John; Aunt Barbara (Jack) of Stagecoach, NV and a host of lovi 1 CONC ng cousins. 'The world has lost a loving and gentle soul who will be miss 1 CONC ed by all who knew her.' Memorial Services will be held on Friday, Mar 1 CONC ch 6, 2009 at 7:00 PM at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers contributio 1 CONC ns made to F.A.U. School of Nursing. Arrangements entrusted to: Aycock Fun 1 CONC eral Home 1112 Military Trail Jupiter, Florida To express condolences and/ 1 CONC or make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.com/obituaries 0 @I0150@ INDI 1 NAME /Ann/ 2 SOUR @S01765@ 2 SOUR @S01794@ 2 SOUR @S01795@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1750 2 PLAC Ireland 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1795 2 PLAC Ireland 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1823 1 FAMS @F0104@ 0 @I0151@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Jane Elizabeth /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 JAN 1881 2 PLAC Susquehanna Township, Cambria, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 JAN 1881 1 FAMC @F0144@ 0 @I0152@ INDI 1 NAME Anna /Baum/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 SEP 1863 2 PLAC Schleswig Nieder Lindweise Germany 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 SEP 1861 2 PLAC Nieder-Lindewiese 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 NOV 1949 2 PLAC Clearfield Twp PA 1 FAMS @F0015@ 1 FAMC @F0207@ 0 @I0153@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Magdalen /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 NAME Mary Magalen /Byrne/ 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 JUN 1826 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 JUN 1826 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 AUG 1913 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 AUG 1913 1 FAMS @F0424@ 1 FAMC @F0029@ 1 NOTE @NI0153@ 0 @NI0153@ NOTE 1 CONC Mary Magalene Byrne, b. June 27, 1826 in Carroll Township, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania, d. Aug 11, 1913 in Carroll Township, Cambria County, Penn 1 CONC sylvania. Mary married Simon Augustine Weakland, b. June 9, 1827 in Carro 1 CONC ll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, d. December 12, 1902 in Susqueh 1 CONC anna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. They were married April 0 1 CONC 2, 1850 in Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Simon w 1 CONC as the son of John M. Weakland and Mary Ann Litzinger. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. III, p. 31, #0908 Byrne, Mary Magdalen (Barnabas/Mary Dr 1 CONC iskel) m 04-02-1850, at Hart's Sleeping Place, Pa. Simon Weakland Kitt 1 CONC le Index. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. III, p. 247, #5411 Weakland, Somon (Joannis/Annae Litzin 1 CONC ger) m. 04-02-1850 Maria Magdalena Byrns (Barnabae/Mariae Triskel) wi: H 1 CONC enricus Byrns/Amalia Weakland CEN. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary M. Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 71, #1506 Byrne, Maria Magdalena (Barnabae/Maria 1 CONC e) b. 06-27 bp. 07-26-1826 gp: Barnabus McFeely and Maria Wharton DA 1 CONC G. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents, Barnabus Byrne and Mary Driskel. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1910, Mary is living in the home of her widowed daughter, Emma Lant 1 CONC zy in Susquehanna Township. 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Hastings, Friday, April 18, 1913 1 CONT MRS. SIMON WEAKLAND 1 CONT Mrs. Simon Weakland, 87 years of age, a member of one of the most promine 1 CONC nt families in this section, died Friday morning of last week at the ho 1 CONC me of her son Isaac Weakland of Carroll Township. The husband of Mrs. Wea 1 CONC kland died 11 years ago, and since that time she has made her home with h 1 CONC er children: Isaac of Carroll township, and Mrs Emma Lantzy of Hasting 1 CONC s. Surviving brothers and sisters are: Michael Burns of Altoona; Thom 1 CONC as Burns of Ebensburg; Mrs. Jane Cunningham of Minnesota; Mrs. Margaret Wa 1 CONC lt [? Waltz] of Hastings, and Sister Augusta of the Good Shepherd Conve 1 CONC nt of Buffalo, NY. Funeral services were held in St. Joseph's Church [Hart 1 CONC 's Sleeping Place] at 9 o'clock Monday morning. Interment was made in t 1 CONC he church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Joseph's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT WEAKLEN, Mary M. 1826 11 Aug 1913 [sic] w/o Simon Row 5 1 CONT 1 CONT Information from Lois Stafford states her date of death as Dec. 14, 191 1 CONC 3. Yet obit was in April of 1913. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Simon A. Weakland 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 77, #01634 Weakland, Simon Augustinus (Joannis/Mar 1 CONC iae) b. 06-09 bp. 07-22-1827 gp: Simon Weakland/Magdalena Little DA 1 CONC G. [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 162 1 CONT Listed with parents John Weakland and Mary Ann Litzinger. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT Line 34 1 CONT Simon WEAKLIN, age 23, farmer, assets $450, b. Penn 1 CONT Magdalen, age 24, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Sept) 1 CONT p. 299, Line 40, Plattville P.O. 1 CONT Simon Weakland, age 33, farmer, assets $1000/800, b. Penn 1 CONT (next page) 1 CONT Mary M., age 34, b. Penn 1 CONT Isaac, age 7, b. Penn 1 CONT Emly, age 6, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary, age 2, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 11, Line 19, Munster P.O. 1 CONT WEAKLAND, Simon, age 43, farmer, assets $4000/600, b. Penn 1 CONT Magdalene, age 44, keeps house, b. Penn 1 CONT Isaac, age 17, farm laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Emily, age 15, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 21, ED 206, Line 35 1 CONT WEAKLEN, Simon, age 53, farmer, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Magdalene, age 54, wife, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT KIRKPATRICK, William, age 12, laborer on farm, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT [William is the son of Augustine Kirkpatrick and Margaret Glass. I have fo 1 CONC und no relationship of William and Simon.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1900 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT ED 101, Sheet 17A, Line 19 1 CONT WEAKLAND, Simon, head, June 1826, age 73, m/50 yrs, b. Penn, parents b. un 1 CONC k, farmer 1 CONT Mary, wife, June 1825, age 74, m/50 yrs, 7 children/2 living, b. Penn, par 1 CONC ents b. Penn 1 CONT BAKER, Mary, servant, Sept 1885, age 14, b. Penn, parents b. Penn, house k 1 CONC eeper 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria Freeman, Ebensburg, Pennsylvania, FRI 20 OCT 1899 1 CONT Local and Personal 1 CONT Mr. Simon A. Weakland, one of Susquehanna township's oldest and best citiz 1 CONC ens, was a visitor to Ebensburg on Thursday. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Joseph's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT WEAKLEN, Simon A. 1827 12 Dec 1902 Aged 75y 6m 4d Row 5 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria Freeman, Jan. 2, 1903 1 CONT Simon A. Weakland, one of the oldest and most highly esteemed residen 1 CONC ts of Susquehanna township, died at his home near Hastings on Sunday, Dece 1 CONC mber 14th, at the age of 75 years. His death was caused by paralysi 1 CONC s, he having suffered from a stroke on the preceding Thursday, from whi 1 CONC ch he never rallied. 1 CONT Deceased was born in Carroll township in June, 1827 and had been a res 1 CONC ident of that section all his life. He had owned and lived on the far 1 CONC m, on which he died for 53 years, and was known and esteemed by everybo 1 CONC dy in the community as a good citizen, neighbor and friend. He is surviv 1 CONC ed by his aged wife and one son, Isaac J. Weakland of Carroll township, a 1 CONC nd one daughter, Emma, wife of William E. Lantzy of Susquehanna townshi 1 CONC p. The funeral took place on Tuesday morning when, after services at S 1 CONC t. Bernard’s church at Hastings, his remains were laid to rest in the o 1 CONC ld Catholic cemetery at St. Joseph’s church, where most of the frien 1 CONC ds of his boyhood are buried. 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Mary Magalene Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Mary Magalene Byrne b: June 27, 18 1 CONC 26 d: August 11, 1913 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Simon Augustine Weakland b: June 09, 18 1 CONC 27 d: December 12, 1902 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Infant Weakland b: November 1850 d: Dece 1 CONC mber 18, 1850 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Anna Weakland b: October 1851 d: Oct 1 CONC ober 18, 1851 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Isaac J. Weakland b: December 15, 18 1 CONC 52 d: February 22, 1920 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Anna A. Bagley b: August 03, 1859 d: Apr 1 CONC il 27, 1930 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Emily Ann "Emma" Weakland b: September 0 1 CONC 2, 1854 d: May 16, 1937 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +William Edward Lantzy b: October 07, 18 1 CONC 52 d: June 08, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary E. Weakland b: 1857 d: October 1 1 CONC 0, 1865 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Barnabas Weakland b: December 14, 1860 d: F 1 CONC ebruary 07, 1862 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Bernard Weakland b: December 25, 18 1 CONC 63 d: September 30, 1865 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Correspondence - Mary MacLeod 1 CONT The Weakland Book from Cathy Baker 1 CONT World Connect - Marianne Martin 1 CONT Descendant Report - Sandra McCartney 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Patricia Wiggins, Charles Lantzy. 1 CONT Cambria Freeman - Obituary 1 CONT North Cambria News - Obituary 1 CONT St. Joseph's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT Obit of Mary (Byrne) Weakland, wife 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0154@ INDI 1 NAME Levi Gregory /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 DEC 1879 1 FAMC @F0011@ 0 @I0155@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes Adelina /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 JUN 1872 1 FAMC @F0011@ 0 @I0156@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Anna Gertrude /Yeatly/ 1 SEX F 1 NAME Mary Ann Gertrude /Yeatly/ 1 BIRT 2 DATE AUG 1830 1 FAMS @F0013@ 0 @I0157@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel J. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 APR 1931 2 PLAC Ashville, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 NOV 2000 2 PLAC Memorial Medical Center, Johnstown, Cambria Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Michael Cemetery, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0123@ 1 FAMC @F0131@ 1 NOTE @NI0157@ 0 @NI0157@ NOTE 1 CONC Documented with St. Michael's Cemetery stone data in Loretto PA 1 CONT 1 CONT BYRNE, Daniel J. b.2 Apr 1931 d.19 Nov 2000 father, h/o Sheila M., m 14 A 1 CONC UG 1954, s/o Warren & Della Mary (McCONNELL) (H/O) 1 CONT 1 CONT Docs: 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 0 @I0158@ INDI 1 NAME Herman Jerome (Jerry) /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 NOV 1931 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 1 FAMS @F0018@ 1 FAMC @F0174@ 1 NOTE @NI0158@ 0 @NI0158@ NOTE 1 CONC The following is from an email received by Edward A. Byrnes from Herman Je 1 CONC rome "Jerry" Byrne s concerning his dad and grandad, Edward R. Byrnes a 1 CONC nd Thomas J. Byrnes. Recieved Oct 20,2003 : 1 CONT 1 CONT "Hi Edward----- when you were little it was "Eddie".I don't recognize t 1 CONC he picture and I don' t think that I ever saw mygrandpa Byrnes---I think t 1 CONC hat I was too young. I do remember the big long bar in the hotel first flo 1 CONC or.....the bar was closed and we kids played there sometimes. The bar clos 1 CONC ed during prohibition and never reopened. My father told me the story of t 1 CONC he keg of whiskey that arrivedat the train station, in Barnesboro, sever 1 CONC al months after prohibition started. My father(your grandpa) drove a hor 1 CONC se and buggy to the train station, picked up the keg and brought it to Byr 1 CONC nesville. My father asked your great grandfather what to do with the k 1 CONC eg of whiskey and was told to open it and pour it on the ground---and-- 1 CONC he poured out the whole keg." 0 @I0159@ INDI 1 NAME Leonard Aloysius /Burns/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1902 2 PLAC Grampian PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 JUL 1951 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0004@ 1 FAMC @F0443@ 1 NOTE @NI0159@ 0 @NI0159@ NOTE 1 CONC From James Ellsworth Burns: 1 CONT Name: Leonard Aloysius BURNS 1 CONT Sex: M 1 CONT Birth: 1902 in Grampian Pa. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1920 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Leonard A Burns 1 CONT Name: Leonard A Burns 1 CONT Home in 1920: Bamesboro, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 17 years 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1903 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Son 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Mother's Name: Mary C 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: Illinois 1 CONT Marital Status: Single 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Sex: Male 1 CONT Able to read: Yes 1 CONT Able to Write: Yes 1 CONT Image: 203 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Mary C Burns 36 1 CONT Leonard A Burns 17 1 CONT Leonard A. Burns was a bookkeeper at the Barnes Legal Office when he was 1 1 CONC 7 1 CONT Cathrine J Burns 13 1 CONT Francina M Ivory 42 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1930 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Leonard A Burns 1 CONT Name: Leonard A Burns 1 CONT Home in 1930: Altoona, Blair, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 27 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1903 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Head 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Ella M 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Occupation: Bond Salesman 1 CONT 1 CONT Education: 1 CONT 1 CONT Military service: 1 CONT 1 CONT Rent/home value: 1 CONT 1 CONT Age at first marriage: 1 CONT 1 CONT Parents' birthplace: View Image 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Leonard A Burns 27 1 CONT Ella M Burns 29 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0160@ INDI 1 NAME James Thomas /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 DEC 1958 1 FAMS @F0035@ 1 FAMC @F0008@ 0 @I0161@ INDI 1 NAME Maria /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1855 1 FAMC @F0116@ 0 @I0162@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Little/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 JUL 1796 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 APR 1856 1 FAMS @F0097@ 0 @I0163@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1861 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 DEC 1859 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0690@ 1 FAMC @F0013@ 0 @I0164@ INDI 1 NAME Charles /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1863 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Altoona PA 1 FAMC @F0013@ 0 @I0165@ INDI 1 NAME Ann /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1865 1 FAMC @F0013@ 0 @I0166@ INDI 1 NAME William /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 OCT 1869 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1870 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Altoona PA 1 FAMC @F0013@ 0 @I0167@ INDI 1 NAME Alice Agnetem /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 DEC 1867 1 CHR 2 DATE 16 FEB 1868 2 PLAC Gp: Gulielmus & Maria McDermitt 1 FAMC @F0013@ 1 NOTE @NI0167@ 0 @NI0167@ NOTE 1 CONC Ledoux Vol. 5 4507 0 @I0169@ INDI 1 NAME Fannie /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1871 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Clearfield Twp PA 1 FAMS @F0691@ 1 FAMC @F0013@ 0 @I0170@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1873 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Clearfield Twp PA 1 FAMC @F0013@ 1 NOTE @NI0170@ 0 @NI0170@ NOTE 1 CONC > marilynkwash@@aol.com wrote: 1 CONT > 1 CONT >> The article below says John Byrne, emigrant, had a daughter named Mr 1 CONT >> Platt? Does anyone know who she is? > John's son, Thomas Byrne, marri 1 CONC ed a 1 CONT >> "Miss" Burgoon--what was her name? 1 CONT >> When it says that Thomas Byrne, grandson of Thomas, engaged in the 1 CONT >> "shuck" business, should that be the "shook" buiness [making of barr 1 CONT >> staves, or side pieces]? Chest Springs was a center of the lumber trad 1 CONC e, 1 CONT >> including shook making. [So was Carrolltown and the area around St. 1 CONT >> Joseph's Church.] 1 CONT >> Does anyone know the wife of Emmet Byrne? 0 @I0171@ INDI 1 NAME Arthur Delbert /Fletcher/ 2 SOUR @S01767@ 3 PAGE 432 3994 File No. 3 2 SOUR @S01767@ 3 PAGE 432 3994 File No. 3 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 JAN 1905 2 PLAC Byrndale, PA or Chicksaw, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 JAN 1940 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 2 CAUS Chronic nephritis (kidney trouble) 1 BURI 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetary, Spangler, PA 1 FAMS @F0206@ 1 FAMC @F0196@ 1 NOTE @NI0171@ 0 @NI0171@ NOTE 1 CONC Arthur Fletcher was a store manager at Kroger store for 12 years working S 1 CONC ep 1939 as his las t month before death at 12:20 PM on 15 Jan 1940. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1910 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Arthor d Fletcher 1 CONT Name: Arthor d Fletcher 1 CONT Age in 1910: 5 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1905 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Son 1 CONT Father's Name: Thomas N 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: England 1 CONT Mother's Name: Margarett 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Home in 1910: Jay, Elk, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Marital Status: Single 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Gender: Male 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas N Fletcher Sr 38 1 CONT Margarett Fletcher 32 1 CONT Thomas N Fletcher Jr 11 1 CONT William E Fletcher 7 1 CONT Arthor d Fletcher 5 1 CONT Raymond S Fletcher 2 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0172@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret Marie Goldie Leonard /Fletcher/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 SEP 1902 2 PLAC Scalp Level, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 SEP 1966 2 PLAC Sterling Heights, MI 1 FAMS @F0206@ 1 FAMC @F0025@ 0 @I0173@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas N. /Fletcher/ 2 SOUR @S01766@ 2 SOUR @S01766@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1872 2 PLAC England 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Died maybe 22 May 1933 1 FAMS @F0196@ 1 NOTE @NI0173@ 0 @NI0173@ NOTE 1 CONC 1900 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Thomas Fletcher 1 CONT Name: Thomas Fletcher 1 CONT Home in 1900: Glen Richey, Clearfield, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 28 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1872 1 CONT Birthplace: England 1 CONT Relationship to head-of-house: Head 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Margaret 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Occupation: Coal Miner 1 CONT Immigration Year: 1880 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas Fletcher 28 1 CONT Margaret Fletcher 22 1 CONT Thomas Fletcher 1 1 CONT 1 CONT 1910 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Thomas N Fletcher Sr 1 CONT Name: Thomas N Fletcher Sr 1 CONT [Thomas N Sr Fletcher Sr] 1 CONT Age in 1910: 38 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1872 1 CONT Birthplace: England 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Head 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: England 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: England 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Margarett 1 CONT Home in 1910: Jay, Elk, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Marital Status: Married 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Gender: Male 1 CONT Year of Immigration: 1880 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas N Fletcher Sr 38 1 CONT Margarett Fletcher 32 1 CONT Thomas N Fletcher Jr 11 1 CONT William E Fletcher 7 1 CONT Arthor D Fletcher 5 1 CONT Raymond S Fletcher 2 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1920 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Thomas Fletcher 1 CONT Name: Thomas Fletcher 1 CONT Home in 1920: Barr, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 49 years 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1871 1 CONT Birthplace: England 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Head 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Margarett 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: England 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: England 1 CONT Marital Status: Married 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Sex: Male 1 CONT Home owned: Rent 1 CONT Year of Immigration: 1880 1 CONT Able to read: Yes 1 CONT Able to Write: Yes 1 CONT Image: 220 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas Fletcher 49 1 CONT Margarett Fletcher 42 1 CONT Thomas Fletcher 20 1 CONT William Fletcher 16 1 CONT Arthur Fletcher 14 1 CONT Raymond Fletcher 11 1 CONT Margarett Fletcher 9 1 CONT Wright Fletcher 7 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0174@ INDI 1 NAME Margarett /Thomas/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1878 2 PLAC Pennsylvania 1 FAMS @F0196@ 1 NOTE @NI0174@ 0 @NI0174@ NOTE 1 CONC 1900 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Margaret Fletcher 1 CONT Name: Margaret Fletcher 1 CONT Home in 1900: Glen Richey, Clearfield, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 22 1 CONT Birth Date: Sep 1877 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Ethnicity: American 1 CONT Gender: Female 1 CONT Relationship to head-of-house: Wife 1 CONT Father's Birthplace: Wales 1 CONT Mother's Birthplace: Wales 1 CONT Mother: number of living children: 1 1 CONT Mother: How many children: 1 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Thomas 1 CONT Marriage Year: 1898 1 CONT Marital Status: Married 1 CONT Years Married: 2 1 CONT Residence : Lawrence Township (Glen Richey Precinct), Clearfield, Pennsylv 1 CONC ania 1 CONT Occupation: View on Image 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas Fletcher 28 1 CONT Margaret Fletcher 22 1 CONT Thomas Fletcher 1 1 CONT 0 @I0175@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Fletcher/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1901 1 FAMC @F0196@ 1 NOTE @NI0175@ 0 @NI0175@ NOTE 1 CONC Lived in Akron 0 @I0176@ INDI 1 NAME William E. /Fletcher/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 FEB 1903 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 MAY 1977 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0441@ 1 FAMC @F0196@ 1 NOTE @NI0176@ 0 @NI0176@ NOTE 1 CONC Lived in Hastings 1 CONT 1 CONT Not totally positive this is right: 1 CONT Social Security Death Index 1 CONT about William Fletcher 1 CONT Name: William Fletcher 1 CONT SSN: 162-16-7480 1 CONT Last Residence: 16646 Hastings, Cambria, Pennsylvania, United States of A 1 CONC merica 1 CONT Born: 22 Feb 1903 1 CONT Died: May 1977 1 CONT State (Year) SSN issued: 1 CONT 0 @I0177@ INDI 1 NAME Raymond S. /Fletcher/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1908 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Detroit, MI 1 FAMC @F0196@ 1 NOTE @NI0177@ 0 @NI0177@ NOTE 1 CONC Maybe our Raymond: 1 CONT Social Security Death Index 1 CONT about Raymond Fletcher 1 CONT Name: Raymond Fletcher 1 CONT SSN: 377-05-2730 1 CONT Last Residence: 48211 Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, United States of Ameri 1 CONT Born: 2 Mar 1908 1 CONT Died: Apr 1969 1 CONT State (Year) SSN issued: Michigan (Before 1951) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Lived in Detroit 1 CONT See notes on Raymond's brother George Wright Fletcher 1 CONT on 1930 Detroit Census as Auto Factory Worker 1 CONT 1 CONT 1920 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Raymond Fletcher 1 CONT Name: Raymond Fletcher 1 CONT Home in 1920: Barr, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 11 years 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1909 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Son 1 CONT Father's Name: Thomas 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: England 1 CONT Mother's Name: Margarett 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Marital Status: Single 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Sex: Male 1 CONT Able to read: Yes 1 CONT Able to Write: Yes 1 CONT Image: 221 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas Fletcher 49 1 CONT Margarett Fletcher 42 1 CONT Thomas Fletcher 20 1 CONT William Fletcher 16 1 CONT Arthur Fletcher 14 1 CONT Raymond Fletcher 11 1 CONT Margarett Fletcher 9 1 CONT Wright Fletcher 7 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1920 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Raymond Fletcher 1 CONT Name: Raymond Fletcher 1 CONT Home in 1920: Barr, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 11 years 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1909 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Son 1 CONT Father's Name: Thomas 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: England 1 CONT Mother's Name: Margarett 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Marital Status: Single 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Sex: Male 1 CONT Able to read: Yes 1 CONT Able to Write: Yes 1 CONT Image: 221 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas Fletcher 49 1 CONT Margarett Fletcher 42 1 CONT Thomas Fletcher 20 1 CONT William Fletcher 16 1 CONT Arthur Fletcher 14 1 CONT Raymond Fletcher 11 1 CONT Margarett Fletcher 9 1 CONT Wright Fletcher 7 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0178@ INDI 1 NAME George Wright /Fletcher/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 OCT 1912 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 AUG 1967 2 PLAC Ferndale, MI 1 FAMC @F0196@ 1 NOTE @NI0178@ 0 @NI0178@ NOTE 1 CONC Social Security Death Index 1 CONT about George Fletcher 1 CONT Name: George Fletcher 1 CONT SSN: 382-03-0359 1 CONT Last Residence: 48220 Ferndale, Oakland, Michigan, United States of Ameri 1 CONC ca 1 CONT Born: 20 Oct 1912 1 CONT Died: Aug 1967 1 CONT State (Year) SSN issued: Michigan (Before 1951) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Lived in Detroit 1 CONT 1 CONT 1930 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Wright Fletcher 1 CONT Name: Wright Fletcher 1 CONT Home in 1930: Detroit, Wayne, Michigan 1 CONT Age: 18 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1912 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Son 1 CONT Parent's Name: Margaret 1 CONT Occupation: Inspector at Vacuum Cleaner Factory 1 CONT 1 CONT Education: 1 CONT 1 CONT Military service: 1 CONT 1 CONT Rent/home value: 1 CONT 1 CONT Age at first marriage: 1 CONT 1 CONT Parents' birthplace: View Image 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Margaret Fletcher 54 1 CONT Raymond Fletcher 22 1 CONT Margaret Fletcher 20 1 CONT Wright Fletcher 18 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0179@ INDI 1 NAME Luke A. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 FEB 1855 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 SEP 1942 2 PLAC RD Ebensburg, PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Benedict's Cemetery 1 FAMS @F0175@ 1 FAMC @F0032@ 1 NOTE @NI0179@ 0 @NI0179@ NOTE 1 CONC 1880 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Luke A. Byrne 1 CONT Name: Luke A. Byrne 1 CONT Home in 1880: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 24 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1856 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of Household: Son 1 CONT Father's Name: Jacob 1 CONT Father's birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Mother's Name: Mary 1 CONT Mother's birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Occupation: Laborer 1 CONT Marital Status: Single 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Gender: Male 1 CONT Cannot read/write: 1 CONT 1 CONT Blind: 1 CONT 1 CONT Deaf and dumb: 1 CONT 1 CONT Otherwise disabled: 1 CONT 1 CONT Idiotic or insane: View image 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Jacob Byrne 67 1 CONT Mary Byrne 57 1 CONT Francis Byrne 25 1 CONT Luke A. Byrne 24 1 CONT Mary E. Byrne 20 1 CONT John Weaklen 82 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1930 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Luke Byrne 1 CONT Name: Luke Byrne 1 CONT Home in 1930: Cambria, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT View Map 1 CONT Age: 75 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1855 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Head 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Maria 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Occupation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Education: 1 CONT 1 CONT Military service: 1 CONT 1 CONT Rent/home value: 1 CONT 1 CONT Age at first marriage: 1 CONT 1 CONT Parents' birthplace: View image 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Luke Byrne 75 1 CONT Maria Byrne 67 1 CONT Maurice Byrne 24 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT View 1 CONT Original 1 CONT Record 1 CONT 1 CONT View original image 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria Freeman 1 CONT Ebensburg, PA 1 CONT 1880 1 CONT Friday, 22 OCT 1880 1 CONT Page 3 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT The Carrolltown News credits Messrs. Francis and Luke Byrne, of Susquehan 1 CONC na township, with having recently chopped down a chestnut tree, which meas 1 CONC ured over three feet in diameter, in just three minutes. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Hearing in Garmans Mills Water Case 1 CONT 1 CONT Depositions were taken Monday before Attorney C. C. Linton in Johnsto 1 CONC wn in the damage suit of Luke Byrne against the Pennsylvania railroa 1 CONC d, an action brought to recover for the alleged diverting of water from t 1 CONC he channel of a stream on the property of Byrne, near Garman's Mills. Fi 1 CONC ve engineers from Cresson were examined, the evidence taken being entire 1 CONC ly for the railroad company. Further hearings will be held later. 1 CONT 1 CONT Hearing in Garmans Mills Water Case 1 CONT 1 CONT Depositions were taken Monday before Attorney C. C. Linton in Johnsto 1 CONC wn in the damage suit of Luke Byrne against the Pennsylvania railroa 1 CONC d, an action brought to recover for the alleged diverting of water from t 1 CONC he channel of a stream on the property of Byrne, near Garman's Mills. Fi 1 CONC ve engineers from Cresson were examined, the evidence taken being entire 1 CONC ly for the railroad company. Further hearings will be held later. 1 CONT 0 @I0180@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Fletcher/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1910 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 MAR 1967 2 PLAC Henry Ford Hospital, Michigan 1 FAMS @F0364@ 1 FAMC @F0196@ 1 NOTE @NI0180@ 0 @NI0180@ NOTE 1 CONC Lived in Detroit 1 CONT 1 CONT Gayle Ann Byrnes Flint and Edward A. Byrnes remember visiting who our m 1 CONC om called Aunt Margy and Uncle Henry in Detroit. We knew Aunt Margy's moth 1 CONC er as Munga who was really named Margaret and married to Thomas N. Fletche 1 CONC r. Aunt Margy and Uncle Henry had a daughter, the first cousin of Dorot 1 CONC hy Mae Fletcher Byrnes who married Bob Heini and moved to Florida, possib 1 CONC ly Sarasota. 1 CONT 1 CONT I remember all the women would congregate in the kitchen of the small hou 1 CONC se in Detroit while Uncle Henry was most times on the couch in the lifi 1 CONC ng room smoking his pipe. Uncle Henry wore glasses, his wife Margaret a 1 CONC nd her mother were both heavy women. 1 CONT 1 CONT HENRY HEGLER AND MISS FLETCHER MARRY 1 CONT --------------- 1 CONT 1 CONT Henry Hegler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hegler of Novesta township, and Mi 1 CONC ss Margaret Fletcher of Highland Park were united in marriage by Rev. Clif 1 CONC ton Scott at the clergyman’s home in Port Hope on Tuesday evening. Eldon B 1 CONC ruce of Deford and Miss Marjorie Kapaun of Detroit witnessed the ceremon 1 CONC y. The bride was becomingly gowned in brown chiffon. Mr. and Mrs. Hegler a 1 CONC re making a honeymoon trip to Eastern states and will be at home at 345 Pi 1 CONC lgrim Ave., Highland Park, after July 15. Mr. Hegler is employed in Detro 1 CONC it by the White Star Refining Co. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cass City Michigan, Cass City Chronicle, 1 CONT Friday, July 11, 1930 0 @I0181@ INDI 1 NAME John James "Jessie" /Leonard/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 APR 1873 2 PLAC Shamokin, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 OCT 1961 2 PLAC St. Benedicts, Carrolltown PA 1 FAMS @F0025@ 1 FAMC @F0317@ 1 NOTE @NI0181@ 0 @NI0181@ NOTE 1 CONC LEONARD John James (Jesse), 88, 801 Chestnut Avenue, Barnesboro, died Oc 1 CONC t. 13, 1961, in Miners Hospital, Spangler. Born Aprl 7, 1873, in Shamoki 1 CONC n, Pa., son of James and Alma (Rowe) Leonard. Preceded in death by wife, f 1 CONC ormer Matilda E. Weakland, and son Elmer. Survived by these children: Mr 1 CONC s. Goldie Fletcher, Detroit, Mich.; Dr. Wilbert M. , Lovell and Blair, a 1 CONC ll of Barnesboro; and John L., Washington D.C.; also 12 grandchldren a 1 CONC nd a number of great-grandchildren. Charter member of Barnesboro LOOM a 1 CONC nd member of Local 617, UMWA, Barnesboro. Family will receive friends fr 1 CONC om 7 to 10 p.m. (EST) Saturday and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p. m. Sund 1 CONC ay in James J. Long Funeral Home, Barnesboro, where rosary will be recit 1 CONC ed at 8 p.m. Sunday, Solemn requiem mass at 9 a. m. (EST) Monday in St. Ed 1 CONC ward’s Catholic Church, Ref. Father Edward Davis. Interment, St. Benedict 1 CONC ’s Cemetery, Carrolltown. Pg 12 Tribune Democrat Sat. Oct. 14, 1961 1 CONT 1 CONT Four other children were born to John Jessie Leonard and Matilda Elizabe 1 CONC th Weakland who die d in infancy and were buried in Carrolltown, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT ******************************************** From Jane Tripp 29 Aug 2008 1 CONT Ed, 1 CONT This might be John J. I have very little to send after this. We are movi 1 CONC ng Mom tomorrow, so I'll be off the computer for at least a week. Will g 1 CONC et back to The Platt Weakland grandkids when I return. 1 CONT Regards, Jane Tripp: 1 CONT 1 CONT Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Paint, Somerset, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a; Roll: T623 1486; Page: 6A; . 1 CONT 1 CONT official census day: 1 June 1900; enumerated on 7 June 1900 for rental ho 1 CONC me in Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA; 72/93: 1 CONT 1 CONT LEONARD, James; 24, b April 1876; married 1 yr; b PA, fb PA, mb PA; Elect 1 CONC ro Mororman 1 CONT 1 CONT Tillie; wife; 23, b Jan 1877; married 1 yr; mother to 1/1 living; b P 1 CONC A, fb PA, mb PA 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary P; daughter; 1, b Mch 1899; b PA, fb PA, mb PA 1 CONT ******************************************** 1 CONT 1 CONT ******************************************** From Jane Tripp 29 Aug 2008 1 CONT Well, Here's a surprise - name & date of birth. Jane 1 CONT 1 CONT Sept 12, 1918: 1 CONT name: James John Leonard 1 CONT address: Barnesboro, Cambria, Pa 1 CONT age 43; born April 7, 1875 1 CONT US citizen 1 CONT 1 CONT occupation: Miner, Barnes & Tucker Co 1 CONT Barnesboro, Cambria, Pa 1 CONT 1 CONT nearest relative: Tillie Leonard 1 CONT Barnesboro, Cambria, Pa 1 CONT 1 CONT med ht; med build; brown eyes; black hair 1 CONT ******************************************** 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From the notes of Edward A. Byrnes: Jessie Leonard was a motorman and co 1 CONC al hauler. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1920 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about John J Leonard 1 CONT Name: John J Leonard 1 CONT [John J Soward] 1 CONT Home in 1920: Bamesboro, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 44 years 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1876 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Head 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Lillie E 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: England 1 CONT Marital Status: Married 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Sex: Male 1 CONT Home owned: Own 1 CONT Able to read: Yes 1 CONT Able to Write: Yes 1 CONT Image: 196 1 CONT From 1920 US Census 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT John J Leonard 44 1 CONT Lillie E Leonard 43 1 CONT Goldie M Leonard 18 1 CONT Elmer J Leonard 15 1 CONT Wilbur M Leonard 13 1 CONT Lovel M Leonard 11 1 CONT Sehroy J Leonard 10 1 CONT Blair T Leonard 5 1 CONT Dorthy M Leonard 1 6/12 1 CONT 1 CONT From Jane Tripp 28 Aug 2008 1 CONT Let's get caught up with the 1930 census, before getting into the past. No 1 CONC te that Marcellus & Margaret are not next door on Chestnut street. 1 CONT 1 CONT Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Barnesboro, Cambria, Pennsylvan 1 CONC ia; Roll: 2010; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 5; Image: 729.0. 1 CONT 1 CONT official census day: 1 April 1930; enumerated on 2 April 1930 for home own 1 CONC ed at 801 Chestnut street; home is valued at $5,000, with no radio set; 1/ 1 CONC 1: 1 CONT 1 CONT LEONARD, J J; 49; married at age 21; b PA, fb PA, mb England; Motorm 1 CONC an in coal mine; not a veteran of US military 1 CONT 1 CONT Tillie; wife-H; 46; married at age 18; b PA, fb PA, mb PA 1 CONT 1 CONT Lovell; dau; 20; single; b PA, fb PA, mb PA; Teacher in country school 1 CONT 1 CONT LeRoy-Ab [might be Ab for absent]; son; 19; single; b PA, fb PA, mb P 1 CONC A; no occ; attends school 1 CONT 1 CONT Blair; son; 15; single; b PA, fb PA, mb PA; no occ; attends school 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0182@ INDI 1 NAME Theresa // 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0016@ 0 @I0183@ INDI 1 NAME John David /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 JAN 1967 1 FAMC @F0016@ 1 NOTE @NI0183@ 0 @NI0183@ NOTE 1 CONC That’s just what Father D. John Byrnes, diocesan director of vocations dec 1 CONC ided to do. 1 CONT 1 CONT The bracelet message has become a popular vehicle to promote social awaren 1 CONC ess of various issues that face young people and society today, includi 1 CONC ng the need for new vocations. It’s a simple but direct message: “Pray f 1 CONC or Vocations.” Along with the inscription is Father Byrnes’ e-mail addres 1 CONC s: jbyrnes@@dioceseaj.org. 1 CONT 1 CONT “I didn’t originate the idea,” explained Father Byrnes. “Father Leon Bern 1 CONC at introduced them in the Diocese of Buffalo and they were received very w 1 CONC ell.” Father Byrnes decided it would be a great way to remind young peop 1 CONC le of the avenues that exist to serve the Catholic Church. 1 CONT 1 CONT Father Byrnes is very pleased with the green bracelets he’s circulat 1 CONC ed so far in the diocese. “I began distributing them at the Senior High Sc 1 CONC hool Youth Convention (SHYCON), which was held this past October. They’ 1 CONC ve been received well,” he said with a smile. 1 CONT 1 CONT He will continue to distribute the bracelets in his visits to the high sch 1 CONC ools throughout the rest of the school year, at the Junior High Youth Conv 1 CONC ention and Camp Zaccheus this summer. 1 CONT 1 CONT The vocation bracelet is green, which is the color of hope, Father Byrn 1 CONC es added. 1 CONT 1 CONT In addition to the bracelets campaign the diocese is conducting its annu 1 CONC al Vocation Poster, Essay and Poetry Contest. The event is cosponsor 1 CONC ed by the diocese and the Serra Clubs of Altoona and Cambria County, Pa. S 1 CONC ubmissions will illustrate the ways a person can serve the church as a pri 1 CONC est, brother, sister or deacon. 1 CONT 1 CONT “Where Do You Want Me To Serve?” is the encompassing theme for this year 1 CONC ’s program. 1 CONT 1 CONT In announcing the theme, Father Byrnes explained, “In this year’s contes 1 CONC t, our young people are to be as creative as possible in interpreting t 1 CONC he theme, particularly illustrating ways a young person could accept God 1 CONC ’s call in the future as a missionary, priest, sister, brother or deacon.” 1 CONT 1 CONT Each Catholic school or parish-based religious education program and ho 1 CONC me school program may submit two posters, two poems and two essays per gra 1 CONC de. All entries must be marked with identification tags provided by the vo 1 CONC cations office, and become property of the vocations office. 1 CONT 1 CONT The entries must be original work composed by one student. Group projec 1 CONC ts are not accepted. The posters will be judged on relationship to the the 1 CONC me, originally, and neatness. The size of the poster is 12 inches by 18 in 1 CONC ches. 1 CONT 1 CONT Poems should be no more than 50 lines long, and will be judged on their re 1 CONC lationship to the theme. Essays should not exceed 300 words. They shou 1 CONC ld be typed, double-spaced, and printed on only one side of the paper. Th 1 CONC ey will be judged on adherence to the theme, neatness, correct grammar a 1 CONC nd spelling. 1 CONT 1 CONT All posters, poems and essays must be submitted on or before Tuesday, Mar 1 CONC ch 1, 2006 to the Vocations Office, located at the Prince Gallitzin Chap 1 CONC el House, P.O. Box 99, Loretto PA 15940. More information can be obtain 1 CONC ed by calling the Vocations Office at (814) 472-5441 or by e-mail jbyrnes@@ 1 CONC dioceseaj.org. 1 CONT 1 CONT Judging the essays and poems will be the Sisters of the Carmelite Communi 1 CONC ty of the word (CCW). The posters will be judged by members of the Altoo 1 CONC na Serra Club and the Serra Club of Cambria County. 1 CONT 1 CONT The winning poster in this year’s contest will be the 2007 poster for voca 1 CONC tions. 1 CONT 1 CONT This year’s artwork was created by Jessica Harlin of the Windber Catecheti 1 CONC cal Center. Her teacher is Mercy Sister Evangelista Strohmier. 1 CONT 1 CONT Awards will be presented at the annual Bishop’s Night for Vocations Dinn 1 CONC er to be held on Wednesday, April 26, at Saint Francis University in Loret 1 CONC to. 1 CONT 1 CONT - - - 1 CONT 1 CONT This story was made available to Catholic Online by permission of The Cath 1 CONC olic Register (www.cathregaj), official newspaper of the Diocese of Altoon 1 CONC a-Johnstown, Pa. 0 @I0184@ INDI 1 NAME John Jacob /Bender/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 JAN 1739/40 2 PLAC Kuehut (Westphalia) Germany 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 DEC 1828 2 PLAC Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0022@ 1 NOTE @NI0184@ 0 @NI0184@ NOTE 1 CONC From: Schendel 1 CONT Subject: [BENDER-L] Bender-Susquehannah, Cambria, PA 1 CONT Date: Sat, 21 Nov 1998 15:50:17 -0800 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Post: John Jacob BENDER b. 31 Jan 1739 in Kuehhut, Westphalia, Germany 1 CONT d. 6 Dec 1 CONT 1828 in Cambria County, PA m. Elizabeth ? 1 CONT 1 CONT The children of John and Elizabeth are: 1 CONT Mary Ann Bender b. Abt.. 1788 d. 31 Dec 1880 in Cambria County PA m. 1 CONT 11 Jun 1 CONT 1811 to John BYRNE, Jr. in Cambria County, PA 1 CONT Emeric Bender b. 13 Nov. 1784 d. 26 Jan 1869 in Carrolltown , Cambria, 1 CONT PA m. 1808 1 CONT Mary Magdalen YOST 1 CONT William BENDER b. ? d. ? m.? 1 CONT Henry BENDER b. ? d. ? m. Mary Ann MEYERS 1 CONT 1 CONT John Jacob Bender was a gun smith He came to Philadelphia in 1798 on the 1 CONT ship 1 CONT Columbia. They arrived in Philadelphia as "Redemptioners" (indentured 1 CONT servants). Only 1 CONT Emeric (served 6 years) and Mary Ann (served 11 years) were required to 1 CONT serve 1 CONT because Jacob had part of the fair. Jacob moved his family to Cambria 1 CONT County in 1802. 1 CONT 1 CONT 2nd generation 1 CONT 1 CONT Henry BENDER b. ? d. ? m. 17 Feb. 1828 to Mary Ann MEYERS 1 CONT The children of Henry and Mary Ann are: 1 CONT James Augustine BENDER b. 1828/ 9 d. ? 1 CONT Mary Ellen BENDER b. 1832 1 CONT 1 CONT Emeric BENDER b. 13 Nov. 1784 d. 26 Jan 1869 m. 1808 to Mary Magdalen 1 CONT Yost b. ? 1 CONT d. 19 Oct. 1839 1 CONT The children of Emeric and Mary are: 1 CONT Mary Elizabeth BENDER b. ? d. 1836 m. 24 Nov. 1835 to Thomas SHARBAUGH 1 CONT Mary Ann BENDER b. 1810 d. 21 Jan 1892 Rock County, MN m. 6 Feb. 1830 to 1 CONT 1 CONT Micheal KENNEDY 1 CONT Jacob BENDER b 6 Oct. 1812 d. 7 jan 1866 m. 1832 to Rachel WILLS 1 CONT Lydia Apollonia BENDER b. 11 Oct. 1814 d. 20 May 1850 m. 15 Apr. 1834 to 1 CONT James 1 CONT KENNEDY in Loretto, Cambria, PA 1 CONT Joseph BENDER b. 25 Dec 1816 d. 3 Mar 1901 m. 1840 to Helen RICHTER in 1 CONT St. 1 CONT Joseph's Church at Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria, PA 1 CONT Margaret Ann BENDER b. 1818 died 3 Oct. 1869 m. 1838 to James BYRNE 1 CONT Catherine Ann BENDER b. 12 Nov. 1821 d. ? in St. Augustine, PA m. ? to 1 CONT John 1 CONT WHARTON m. John WILT 1 CONT Henry BENDER b. 8 May 1826 in Cambria County, PA d. 20 Sep. 1907 1 CONT Carrolltown, 1 CONT Cambria, PA m. 14 Nov. 1848 to Sarah Ann LUTHER at St. Joseph's Church, 1 CONT Hart's 1 CONT Sleeping Place, Cambria, PA 1 CONT John BENDER b. 8 Dec. 1828 d. 14 Jan 1903 m. 14 Jun. 1852 to Barbara 1 CONT BOOZER 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary Ann BENDER b. Abt. 1788 d. 31 Dec 188 m. 11 Jun 1811 to John BYRNE, 1 CONT Jr. in 1 CONT Cambria County, PA 1 CONT The Children of Mary and John are: 1 CONT Jacob BYRNE b. 9 Apr. 1813 in Cambria County, PA d. ? m. 11 Feb. 1851 to 1 CONT Emily 1 CONT WEAKLAND in Cambria County, PA 1 CONT Thomas BYRNE b. 5 Sep.. 1815 in Loretto, Allegheny Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 1 CONT ? 1 CONT Maria Anna Elizabeth BYRNE b. 2 Jul. 1818 in Loretto, Allegheny Twp.., 1 CONT Cambria, PA 1 CONT Henry BYRNE b. 19 Aug. 1821 in Loretto, Allegheny Twp.., Cambria, PA 1 CONT Agnes Ann BYRNE b. 30 Jun. 1824 in Loretto, Allegheny Twp.., Cambria, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT 3rd generation my husband's line 1 CONT The children of Henry BENDER and Sarah Ann LUTHER are: 1 CONT Rosina Martha BENDER b. 6 Dec. 1849 in Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. ? 1 CONT Lucinda BENDER b. 6 Dec 1850 in Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 17 Jun. 1 CONT 1934 in 1 CONT Hastings, Cambria, PA m. 17 Jun 1873 at St. Benedict's Church, 1 CONT Carrolltown, Cambria, 1 CONT PA to Henry LINK 1 CONT Martina Martha BENDER b. 23 Feb. in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 9 Aug. 1 CONT 1884 1 CONT m. John Felix BERTRAM 1 CONT John Albert BENDER b. 14 Oct. 1853 Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 20 May 1 CONT 1911 in 1 CONT Carrolltown, Cambria, PA m. Abt.. 1875 to Melissa Jane SHORT at St. 1 CONT Benedict's 1 CONT Church, Carrolltown, Cambria, PA 1 CONT Mary Amanda BENDER b. 7 Feb. 1857 Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 21 May 1 CONT 1934 1 CONT Carrolltown, Cambria, PA m. ? to John S. WETZEL 1 CONT Annie Clementine BENDER b. 6 dec. 1859 in Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA m. 1 CONT ? to Henry 1 CONT HAUGH 1 CONT Augustine A. BENDER b. 18 Feb. 1863 in Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 1 CONT 1938 in ? m. 1 CONT 17 Oct. 1899 to Amelia Catherine SHERRY at St. Michael's Church, 1 CONT Loretto, Cambria, 1 CONT PA 1 CONT Henry E. BENDER b. 16 Dec. 1864 in Corroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 7 May 1 CONT 1948 1 CONT m. 27 Nov. 1888 to Amelia Catherine SHETTIG at St. Benedict's Church, 1 CONT Carrolltown, 1 CONT Cambria, PA 1 CONT Ida Magdalene BENDER b. 6 Jan. 1867 Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 1950 1 CONT in ? 1 CONT William Benno BENDER b. 24 May 1869 Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 1956 1 CONT in ? m. 1 CONT Martha J. DUMM 1 CONT 1 CONT 4th Generation on My husband's line 1 CONT 1 CONT The children of John Albert BENDER and Melissa SHORT are: 1 CONT Leticia BENDER b. 31 Jul. 1876 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 4 Feb. 1 CONT 1974 in 1 CONT Carrolltown, Cambria, PA 1 CONT Martha BENDER b. 28 Feb., 1879 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 3 Jan. 1 CONT 1977 in ? 1 CONT Margaret Bender b. Jun 1884 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. Abt.. 1904 in 1 CONT ? m. John 1 CONT NEALEN 1 CONT Micheal Henry BENDER b. 3 May 1880 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 1 1 CONT April 1936 1 CONT in Cresson, Cambria, PA m. 26 Aug. 1905 to Theresa HOOVER at St. Mary's 1 CONT Church, 1 CONT Patton, Cambria, PA 1 CONT Anna Mary BENDER b. 2 Sep.. 1886 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 6 Aug. 1 CONT 1982 in 1 CONT Trafford, Westmoreland, PA m. 30 Oct. 1911 to Otto Hugo SCHENDEL at St. 1 CONT Benedict's Church, Carrolltown, Cambria, PA ( my husband's mother) 1 CONT Bernard BENDER b. 13 May, 1888 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 1964 in ? 1 CONT Mary BENDER b. Mar 1890 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 1964 in 1 CONT Westmoreland, 1 CONT PA m. Abt.. 1910 to Thomas PRESCOTT in ? 1 CONT Joseph BENDER b. 15 Jun 1893 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. Feb. 1976 in 1 CONT 1 CONT Carrolltown, Cambia, PA m. Abt.. 1916 to ? in ? 1 CONT Felix BENDER b Aug. 189? in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. ? in ? m. on ? 1 CONT to Ceal ? 1 CONT Clare BENDER b. 9 Jul. 1895 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 27 May, 1986 1 CONT in ? m. on ? 1 CONT Gordon KELLY in ? 1 CONT Leo BENDER b. 10 Oct. 1898 in Carrolltown, Cambria PA d. 23 Dec. 1919 1 CONT (while in 1 CONT the U.S. Navy) in Vallejo, Solano, CA 1 CONT 1 CONT Dorothy wondrful@@cctrap.com 1 CONT 1 CONT Post: John Jacob BENDER b. 31 Jan 1739 in Kuehhut, Westphalia, Germany 1 CONT d. 6 Dec 1 CONT 1828 in Cambria County, PA m. Elizabeth ? 1 CONT 1 CONT The children of John and Elizabeth are: 1 CONT Mary Ann Bender b. Abt.. 1788 d. 31 Dec 1880 in Cambria County PA m. 1 CONT 11 Jun 1 CONT 1811 to John BYRNE, Jr. in Cambria County, PA 1 CONT Emeric Bender b. 13 Nov. 1784 d. 26 Jan 1869 in Carrolltown , Cambria, 1 CONT PA m. 1808 1 CONT Mary Magdalen YOST 1 CONT William BENDER b. ? d. ? m.? 1 CONT Henry BENDER b. ? d. ? m. Mary Ann MEYERS 1 CONT 1 CONT John Jacob Bender was a gun smith He came to Philadelphia in 1798 on the 1 CONT ship 1 CONT Columbia. They arrived in Philadelphia as "Redemptioners" (indentured 1 CONT servants). Only 1 CONT Emeric (served 6 years) and Mary Ann (served 11 years) were required to 1 CONT serve 1 CONT because Jacob had part of the fair. Jacob moved his family to Cambria 1 CONT County in 1802. 1 CONT 1 CONT 2nd generation 1 CONT 1 CONT Henry BENDER b. ? d. ? m. 17 Feb. 1828 to Mary Ann MEYERS 1 CONT The children of Henry and Mary Ann are: 1 CONT James Augustine BENDER b. 1828/ 9 d. ? 1 CONT Mary Ellen BENDER b. 1832 1 CONT 1 CONT Emeric BENDER b. 13 Nov. 1784 d. 26 Jan 1869 m. 1808 to Mary Magdalen 1 CONT Yost b. ? 1 CONT d. 19 Cot 1839 1 CONT The children of Emeric and Mary are: 1 CONT Mary Elizabeth BENDER b. ? d. 1836 m. 24 Nov. 1835 to Thomas SHARBAUGH 1 CONT Mary Ann BENDER b. 1810 d. 21 Jan 1892 Rock County, MN m. 6 Feb. 1830 to 1 CONT 1 CONT Micheal KENNEDY 1 CONT Jacob BENDER b 6 Cot 1812 d. 7 jan 1866 m. 1832 to Rachel WILLS 1 CONT Lydia Apollonia BENDER b. 11 Cot 1814 d. 20 May 1850 m. 15 Apr. 1834 to 1 CONT James 1 CONT KENNEDY in Loretto, Cambria, PA 1 CONT Joseph BENDER b. 25 Dec 1816 d. 3 Mar 1901 m. 1840 to Helen RICHTER in 1 CONT St. 1 CONT Joseph's Church at Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria, PA 1 CONT Margaret Ann BENDER b. 1818 died 3 Oct. 1869 m. 1838 to James BYRNE 1 CONT Catherine Ann BENDER b. 12 Nov. 1821 d. ? in St. Augustine, PA m. ? to 1 CONT John 1 CONT WHARTON m. John WILT 1 CONT Henry BENDER b. 8 May 1826 in Cambria County, PA d. 20 Sep. 1907 1 CONT Carrolltown, 1 CONT Cambria, PA m. 14 Nov. 1848 to Sarah Ann LUTHER at St. Joseph's Church, 1 CONT Hart's 1 CONT Sleeping Place, Cambria, PA 1 CONT John BENDER b. 8 Dec. 1828 d. 14 Jan 1903 m. 14 Jun. 1852 to Barbara 1 CONT BOOZER 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary Ann BENDER b. Abt. 1788 d. 31 Dec 188 m. 11 Jun 1811 to John BYRNE, 1 CONT Jr. in 1 CONT Cambria County, PA 1 CONT The Children of Mary and John are: 1 CONT Jacob BYRNE b. 9 Apr. 1813 in Cambria County, PA d. ? m. 11 Feb. 1851 to 1 CONT Emily 1 CONT WEAKLAND in Cambria County, PA 1 CONT Thomas BYRNE b. 5 Sep.. 1815 in Loretto, Allegheny Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 1 CONT ? 1 CONT Maria Anna Elizabeth BYRNE b. 2 Jul. 1818 in Loretto, Allegheny Twp.., 1 CONT Cambria, PA 1 CONT Henry BYRNE b. 19 Aug. 1821 in Loretto, Allegheny Twp.., Cambria, PA 1 CONT Agnes Ann BYRNE b. 30 Jun. 1824 in Loretto, Allegheny Twp.., Cambria, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT 3rd generation my husband's line 1 CONT The children of Henry BENDER and Sarah Ann LUTHER are: 1 CONT Rosina Martha BENDER b. 6 Dec. 1849 in Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. ? 1 CONT Lucinda BENDER b. 6 Dec 1850 in Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 17 Jun. 1 CONT 1934 in 1 CONT Hastings, Cambria, PA m. 17 Jun 1873 at St. Benedict's Church, 1 CONT Carrolltown, Cambria, 1 CONT PA to Henry LINK 1 CONT Martina Martha BENDER b. 23 Feb. in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 9 Aug. 1 CONT 1884 1 CONT m. John Felix BERTRAM 1 CONT John Albert BENDER b. 14 Oct. 1853 Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 20 May 1 CONT 1911 in 1 CONT Carrolltown, Cambria, PA m. Abt.. 1875 to Melissa Jane SHORT at St. 1 CONT Benedict's 1 CONT Church, Carrolltown, Cambria, PA 1 CONT Mary Amanda BENDER b. 7 Feb. 1857 Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 21 May 1 CONT 1934 1 CONT Carrolltown, Cambria, PA m. ? to John S. WETZEL 1 CONT Annie Clementine BENDER b. 6 dec. 1859 in Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA m. 1 CONT ? to Henry 1 CONT HAUGH 1 CONT Augustine A. BENDER b. 18 Feb. 1863 in Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 1 CONT 1938 in ? m. 1 CONT 17 Oct. 1899 to Amelia Catherine SHERRY at St. Michael's Church, 1 CONT Loretto, Cambria, 1 CONT PA 1 CONT Henry E. BENDER b. 16 Dec. 1864 in Corroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 7 May 1 CONT 1948 1 CONT m. 27 Nov. 1888 to Amelia Catherine SHETTIG at St. Benedict's Church, 1 CONT Carrolltown, 1 CONT Cambria, PA 1 CONT Ida Magdalene BENDER b. 6 Jan. 1867 Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 1950 1 CONT in ? 1 CONT William Benno BENDER b. 24 May 1869 Carroll Twp.., Cambria, PA d. 1956 1 CONT in ? m. 1 CONT Martha J. DUMM 1 CONT 1 CONT 4th Generation on My husband's line 1 CONT 1 CONT The children of John Albert BENDER and Melissa SHORT are: 1 CONT Leticia BENDER b. 31 Jul. 1876 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 4 Feb. 1 CONT 1974 in 1 CONT Carrolltown, Cambria, PA 1 CONT Martha BENDER b. 28 Feb., 1879 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 3 Jan. 1 CONT 1977 in ? 1 CONT Margaret Bender b. Jun 1884 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. Abt.. 1904 in 1 CONT ? m. John 1 CONT NEALEN 1 CONT Micheal Henry BENDER b. 3 May 1880 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 1 1 CONT April 1936 1 CONT in Cresson, Cambria, PA m. 26 Aug. 1905 to Theresa HOOVER at St. Mary's 1 CONT Church, 1 CONT Patton, Cambria, PA 1 CONT Anna Mary BENDER b. 2 Sep.. 1886 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 6 Aug. 1 CONT 1982 in 1 CONT Trafford, Westmoreland, PA m. 30 Oct. 1911 to Otto Hugo SCHENDEL at St. 1 CONT Benedict's Church, Carrolltown, Cambria, PA ( my husband's mother) 1 CONT Bernard BENDER b. 13 May, 1888 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 1964 in ? 1 CONT Mary BENDER b. Mar 1890 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 1964 in 1 CONT Westmoreland, 1 CONT PA m. Abt.. 1910 to Thomas PRESCOTT in ? 1 CONT Joseph BENDER b. 15 Jun 1893 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. Feb. 1976 in 1 CONT 1 CONT Carrolltown, Cambria, PA m. Abt.. 1916 to ? in ? 1 CONT Felix BENDER b Aug. 189? in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. ? in ? m. on ? 1 CONT to Ceal ? 1 CONT Clare BENDER b. 9 Jul. 1895 in Carrolltown, Cambria, PA d. 27 May, 1986 1 CONT in ? m. on ? 1 CONT Gordon KELLY in ? 1 CONT Leo BENDER b. 10 Oct. 1898 in Carrolltown, Cambria PA d. 23 Dec. 1919 1 CONT (while in 1 CONT the U.S. Navy) in Vallejo, Solano, CA 0 @I0185@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Bender/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0022@ 0 @I0186@ INDI 1 NAME Raymond A. /Yingling/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 SEP 1907 2 PLAC Cambria County 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 MAR 1979 2 PLAC North Barnesboro Cemetery 1 FAMS @F0166@ 1 FAMC @F1160@ 1 NOTE @NI0186@ 0 @NI0186@ NOTE 1 CONC Ed: I believe that the article below is about a child of Ellsworth and C 1 CONC lara Laney Yingling. 1 CONT 1 CONT Raymond A. would be about the right age, the last part of the senten 1 CONC ce is curious thou (adopted) 1 CONT 1 CONT I also found this: 1910 Census Bechtel and Nicktown Rd, Blacklick twp., C 1 CONC ambria County, PA Apr 27 SD16 ED4 S18b 1 CONT Yingling, Elsye 25, married once, 5 yrs., Farmer, Home Farm 1 CONT Clara 25, married once, 5yrs., 3 children, 3 living. 1 CONT MELVIN 4, RAY A 2, LOLA BELLE 7/12 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Ingling The stork visited the home of Townsman Elgie Ingling several da 1 CONC ys ago and placed in the family cradle a 10-pound boy baby, which Mrs. Ing 1 CONC ling has adopted as their own. 1 CONT (Cambria Freeman Ebensburg, Pa. Friday, 25 Oct 1907 Volume 41, Number 43) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Ann 1 CONT 1 CONT YINGLING – Raymond A., 71, 308 17th St., Barnesboro, died March 29, 197 1 CONC 9, at Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh. Born Sept. 25, 1907 in Cambr 1 CONC ia County, son of Elsie and Clara (Laney) Yingling. Preceded in death by p 1 CONC arents and infant son. Survived by widow, former Olean Byrnes, and these c 1 CONC hildren: Mrs. Lorraine Onorato, Joppatowne, Md.; Mrs. Mary Lou Misurda, Cl 1 CONC ymer; Robert A., Barnesboro; and Mrs. Shirley Sherry, Brunswick, Ohio; al 1 CONC so 11 grandchildren. Brother of Robert, Barnesboro; Mrs. Viola Puleo, Span 1 CONC gler; and Ord, Indiana. Friends received from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Frid 1 CONC ay at Long Funeral Home, Inc., Barnesboro, where service will be held at 1 1 CONC 0:30 a.m. Saturday. Interment, North Barnesboro. Johns 1 CONC town Tribune-Democrat 3-3—1979 1 CONT 1 CONT Ebensburg, Pa., Wed., Apr. 4, 1979 1 CONT R. A. YINGLING DIES 1 CONT Raymond A. Yingling 71 of Barnesboro, died March 29, 1979, at Allegheny G 1 CONC eneral Hospital, Pittsburgh. Interment in North Barnesboro Cemetery. Jo 1 CONC hnstown Tribune-Democrat 4-4—1979 1 CONT 1 CONT Social Security Death Index 1 CONT about Ray Yingling 1 CONT Name: Ray Yingling 1 CONT SSN: 172-18-9003 1 CONT Last Residence: 15714 Barnesboro, Cambria, Pennsylvania, United Stat 1 CONC es of America 1 CONT Born: 25 Sep 1907 1 CONT Died: Mar 1979 1 CONT State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1920 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Ray Tengling 1 CONT Name: Ray Tengling 1 CONT [Ray Yingling] 1 CONT Home in 1920: Bamesboro, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 12 years 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1908 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Son 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Parent's Name: Else 1 CONT Marital Status: Single 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Sex: Male 1 CONT Able to read: Yes 1 CONT Able to Write: Yes 1 CONT Image: 189 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Else Tengling 35 1 CONT Melvin Tengling 14 1 CONT Ray Tengling 12 1 CONT Viola Tengling 9 1 CONT Ordy Tengling 7 1 CONT Kathrine Cerchio 65 1 CONT Roca Cerchio 22 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1930 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Roy Yingling 1 CONT Name: Roy Yingling 1 CONT Home in 1930: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT View Map 1 CONT Age: 22 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1908 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Son 1 CONT Parent's Name: Ellsworth 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Occupation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Education: 1 CONT 1 CONT Military service: 1 CONT 1 CONT Rent/home value: 1 CONT 1 CONT Age at first marriage: 1 CONT 1 CONT Parents' birthplace: View image 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Ellsworth Yingling 44 Laborer State Highway 1 CONT Melvin Yingling 24 Mechanic Garage 1 CONT Roy Yingling 22 Loader Coal Miner 1 CONT Viola Yingling 20 1 CONT Ord Yingling 17 Brakeman Coal Miner 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From Elaine Wilkerson: Ellie Yingling (obit below) maybe the mother of Ray 1 CONC mond Yingling: 1 CONT YINGLING - Ellie A. (Fuller), 97, of Windber, went to be with the Lord Fe 1 CONC b. 4, 2006. Born May 8, 1908, in Johnstown, daughter of John and Emma Full 1 CONC er. Preceded in death by parents; husband, Vallie Yingling; infant daughte 1 CONC r, Emma; sons, Charles "Bud" Yingling and Gerald Yingling; brothers, Georg 1 CONC e, John and Joseph; and sisters, Annie Wyant, Carrie Wilson and Rebecca; a 1 CONC nd grandson, John A. Fleck. Also preceded in death by special friend and c 1 CONC ompanion, Adam Emelo. Survived by these children: Clair Yingling, marri 1 CONC ed to former Matilda Alexanda, Johnstown; Carrie, wife of the late Erene 1 CONC st C. Maxwell III, Windber; and Ethel, wife of the late John S. Fleck, Win 1 CONC dber; grandchildren, Dianna, wife of Sam Podrasky, and Raymond Yingling; L 1 CONC inda, wife of Robert Morrow, Col. Gerald Yingling, and wife, Rae, and Je 1 CONC an Ann and Kimberly, wife of David Seay; Leona Swerock and Edward J. Swero 1 CONC ck; Charles Yingling, Adam Yingling and Deborah Yingling; and Bryon "Chuc 1 CONC k" Fleck, and wife, Valerie, Joseph S. Fleck, and wife, Theresa, and Kimbe 1 CONC rly, wife of Paul Sulosky; many great-grandchildren and great-great-grandc 1 CONC hildren. Also survived by daughter-in-law, Agnes (Griffin) Yingling and Ki 1 CONC mberly Fleck, wife of the late John A. Fleck (grandson); and by special fr 1 CONC iends, Rose Shaffer and Helen Gall. Former employee and housekeep 1 CONC er of J. Irving Whalley, and his wife, Ruth. Member of Windber Church of G 1 CONC od. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the William Kis 1 CONC iel Funeral Home, Windber, and where funeral service will be held at 10 a. 1 CONC m. Tuesday. Interment, Richland Cemetery. 0 @I0187@ INDI 1 NAME Jayne L. /Johns/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0236@ 1 FAMC @F0204@ 0 @I0188@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Schroth/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 JAN 1825 2 PLAC Ober-Lindewiese 1 FAMS @F0116@ 1 FAMS @F0017@ 1 FAMC @F0091@ 0 @I0189@ INDI 1 NAME Theresia /Franke/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 JAN 1829 2 PLAC Ober Lindewiese 1 FAMS @F0017@ 0 @I0190@ INDI 1 NAME Maria /Sebring/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 FEB 1863 2 PLAC Cherry Tree, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 APR 1942 2 PLAC RD Ebensburg, PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Benedict's Cemetery 1 FAMS @F0175@ 1 FAMC @F0126@ 0 @I0191@ INDI 1 NAME Judith Agnes /Courtney/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 NOV 1935 2 PLAC Brooklyn, NY 1 FAMS @F0018@ 1 FAMC @F0019@ 0 @I0192@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas A. /Courtney/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0019@ 0 @I0193@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes T. /Foley/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0019@ 0 @I0194@ INDI 1 NAME Kathleen Ann /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 AUG 1963 2 PLAC Washington DC 1 FAMS @F0340@ 1 FAMC @F0018@ 0 @I0195@ INDI 1 NAME Maureen Elizabeth /Byrnes/ Hardegree 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 SEP 1964 2 PLAC Washington DC 1 FAMS @F0102@ 1 FAMC @F0018@ 0 @I0196@ INDI 1 NAME Eileen Theresa /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 NOV 1966 2 PLAC Cheverly, Maryland 1 FAMS @F0208@ 1 FAMC @F0018@ 0 @I0197@ INDI 1 NAME Jerome Courtney /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 JUN 1971 2 PLAC Silver Spring, MD 1 FAMS @F0209@ 1 FAMC @F0018@ 0 @I0198@ INDI 1 NAME John Baptista /Miller/ 1 SEX M 1 NAME John /Miller/ 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1820 1 DEAT 2 DATE BET 1860 AND 1879 1 FAMS @F0020@ 1 FAMC @F0086@ 1 NOTE @NI0198@ 0 @NI0198@ NOTE 1 CONC John Baptista Muller ("u" with German umlaut sometimes transliterated as M 1 CONC ueller, pronounce d Miller)married Elizabeth Kirkpatrick 3 (James 2, Archi 1 CONC bald 1) on 5 January 1841 by Fr. Pete r H/ Lemke, Pastor of St. Joseph' 1 CONC s, Hart's Sleeping Place, Susquehanna Township, Cambria Co. , Pa. She w 1 CONC as born on 25 April 1821, daughter of James Kirkpatrick 2 and Mary Ann Lut 1 CONC her 2 (C onrad Luther 1), baptized 10 June 1821 by Fr. Demetrius A. Gallit 1 CONC zin. She is my Great Great A unt, sister of my Great Grandfather, Archiba 1 CONC ld Kirkpatrick 3. 1 CONT John Baptista Muller, born about 1818/20, non-catholic, son of John Mull 1 CONC er (died between 186 0 and 1879) and Sarah_____ (born 1800 in Maryland, Li 1 CONC ving in 1870 with son John B.) who migra ted to Cambria County from Bedfo 1 CONC rd County. 1 CONT They had 9 children: 1 CONT Joseph born about 1841 1 CONT John B., Jr. born about 1842 1 CONT Mary A./S/ born 13 December 1845 1 CONT James Thomas born 22 January 1848 1 CONT Rosalia Elizabeth born 11 June 1850 1 CONT Margaret born 22 September 1853 1 CONT Sarah Anna/Joanna/Jane born 1 May 1856, bpt 8 June 1856,GP Andrew and Ma 1 CONC ry Miller 1 CONT Josephine born 6 August 1860 1 CONT Sophia born 29 March 1863. 0 @I0199@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Kirkpatrick/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 APR 1821 1 CHR 2 DATE 10 JUN 1821 1 FAMS @F0020@ 1 FAMC @F0075@ 0 @I0200@ INDI 1 NAME Annabell /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0146@ 0 @I0201@ INDI 1 NAME Loretta /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE JAN 1886 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 MAY 1954 2 PLAC bu. St. Monica Cem. Chest Springs, PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Monica Cem. Chest Springs, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0127@ 1 FAMC @F0175@ 1 NOTE @NI0201@ 0 @NI0201@ NOTE 1 CONC LisaBaker65 (View posts) Posted: 24 Dec 2004 5:54PM GMT 1 CONT 1 CONT Classification: Obituary 1 CONT Surnames: Weakland, Byrne, Illig, Bearer, Scanlon, Driscol 1 CONT [undated/unidentified newspaper], PA, MAY 1954 1 CONT 1 CONT Obituary 1 CONT MRS. LORETTO (BYRNE) WEAKLAND, 68, wife of Vincent WEAKLAND, Loretto, di 1 CONC ed May 8. Funeral services were held May 12 in St. Michael's Church, wi 1 CONC th burial in St. Monica's Cemetery, Chest Springs. Surviving are her husba 1 CONC nd, and these brothers and sisters: Harvey, Maurice, and Mrs. A.J. Illi 1 CONC g, all of Ebensburg R.D.; Mrs. C.J. Bearer, Hastings R.D.; Mrs. Rose Scanl 1 CONC on, Chest Springs; Mrs. Michael Driscol, Loretto R.D.; and Sister Alma, Pi 1 CONC ttsburgh. 0 @I0202@ INDI 1 NAME Ida /Driskel/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1873 1 FAMC @F0141@ 0 @I0203@ INDI 1 NAME Beach // 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0061@ 0 @I0204@ INDI 1 NAME Anna Klag /Ladenberger/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 SEP 1865 2 PLAC Germany 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 FEB 1940 1 FAMS @F0178@ 0 @I0205@ INDI 1 NAME Jerome Charles 'Jerry' /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 FEB 1886 2 PLAC Hastings, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 MAR 1955 2 PLAC Hastings, PA 1 FAMC @F0069@ 1 NOTE @NI0205@ 0 @NI0205@ NOTE 1 CONC Byrne, Jerry, 69, Hastings, died Mar. 2, 1955 at home. Born in Hastings F 1 CONC eb 7, 1886 a son o f Cosmos and Elizabeth (Yeager) Byrne. Survived by t 1 CONC wo sisters -- Mrs. Hattie Elder, Sewickle y, and Mrs. James Murtha, Pittsb 1 CONC urgh. Funeral mass at 9 am Saturday at St. Bernard's Catholi c Church, Has 1 CONC tings. Rev. Father Adalbert Kalsch, OSB. Interment church cemetery. Frien 1 CONC ds rece ived at Easly Funeral Home, Hastings.Tribune Democrat, Thurs. Mar 1 CONC ch 3, 1955 0 @I0206@ INDI 1 NAME Daily // 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0021@ 0 @I0207@ INDI 1 NAME John T. /Miller/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1876 1 FAMC @F0147@ 0 @I0208@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes V. /Miller/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1878 1 FAMC @F0147@ 0 @I0209@ INDI 1 NAME Bridget T. /Murrin/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1885 2 PLAC Eckley PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1927 1 FAMS @F0440@ 0 @I0210@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret E. /Miller/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 SEP 1852 1 DEAT 2 DATE SEP 1943 1 FAMS @F0024@ 1 FAMC @F0020@ 1 NOTE @NI0210@ 0 @NI0210@ NOTE 1 CONC Begin New Thread << Prev Thread | Next Thread >> Weaklan, Mrs. Margaret E 1 CONC llen (Miller), died Sept. 7, 1943 1 CONT Replies: 0 1 CONT Weaklan, Mrs. Margaret Ellen (Miller), died Sept. 7, 1943 1 CONT kellykendig (View posts) Posted: 6 Jul 2004 5:27PM 1 CONT 1 CONT Classification: Obituary 1 CONT Surnames: Weakland, Miller, Kirkpatrick, Leonard 1 CONT WOMAN, AGED 90, CALLED BY DEATH 1 CONT BARNESBORO---Mrs. Margaret Ellen (Miller) Weakland, 90, died last nig 1 CONC ht at her home here. A daughter of John B. and Elizabeth (Kirkpatrick) Mil 1 CONC ler, she was born in East Carroll Twp. on Sept. 23, 1852, and spent her en 1 CONC tire life in Northern Cambria County. Her husband, Marcellus Weakland, di 1 CONC ed in 1914. 1 CONT Surviving are two children--Mrs. Elizabeth Leonard, Barnesboro, and Elm 1 CONC er V. Weakland, Detroit, Mich.--and 14 grandchildren. Mrs.Weakland was a m 1 CONC ember of the Altar and Rosary Societies of St. Edward's Catholic Church. 1 CONT Funeral services will be conducted at 9 o'clock Saturday morning in St. Ed 1 CONC ward's Catholic Church by Rev. Father Michael Brett. Interment wi 1 CONC ll be in the Holy Cross Cemetery in Spangler under the direction of the Ea 1 CONC sly Funeral Home of Spangler. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Daily Tribune, Johnstown, PA, Wed., Sept. 8, 1943 1 CONT 1 CONT (I have no connection to this family. It was on a page with one I wanted.) 0 @I0211@ INDI 1 NAME John /Platt/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 AUG 1747 2 PLAC Near Littlestown, York County, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 FEB 1850 2 PLAC Carolltown, Cambria County, PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Joesph's Church Cemetery, Carrolltown, PA 1 FAMS @F0205@ 1 NOTE @NI0211@ 0 @NI0211@ NOTE 1 CONC JOHN PLOTT (also PLATT). Born 1747 near Littletown, York Co, Pa; died 12 F 1 CONC eb 1 CONT 1850; aged 102 years 5 months 11 days. Susquehanna Twp. Buried in St. Jose 1 CONC ph's Cemetery, near Carrolltown. Fought in Colonel HAND's Regiment. Re-enl 1 CONC isted in 1777 in Captain GELWICK's 1st Company, 8th Battalion. See "Hon 1 CONC or Roll Service Record of Members of John PLATT Family" by Charles VIGN 1 CONC OS (in Cambria County 1 CONT Historical Society). Obituary, Mountain Sentinel, 21 Feb 1850. Founded Pla 1 CONC tt­ville. Received pension at age of 90. 1 CONT 1 CONT (Source: Veterans Grave Register, Cambria County; list of Revolutionary W 1 CONC ar veterans buried in Cambria County, Pa.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Most of the Platt family information comes from the John Platt Biograp 1 CONC hy in the collection o f Edward A. Byrnes 1 CONT 1 CONT From Jane Tripp: 1 CONT 1 CONT I've been looking for early records of John Platt the Revolutioner for a f 1 CONC ew years now. In his Revolutionary war pension file, he testifies he was b 1 CONC orn near Littlestown in York, now Adams Co., PA. That birth location in 1 CONC fo led to some early Adams Co tax & census records and a few Conewago Chap 1 CONC el records for him. Same info led me to a few records for his brother Jose 1 CONC ph, also a soldier in the Revolution. 1 CONT 1 CONT John's son, also named John (call him Jr) married Sarah Byrne in 1809 (pro 1 CONC bably in Cambria Co.) 1 CONT One daughter of John Jr & Sarah named Agnes was born 28 May 1815. 1 CONT She married William Warnock, an engineer for the PRR, they moved arou 1 CONC nd a bit, but by 1870 William Warnock had given up working as an engine 1 CONC er for the PRR and was running the farm bought by John Platt, then a widow 1 CONC er in Derry Twp., Westmoreland Co. 1 CONT The 1880 census has William off the farm and working back for the PRR th 1 CONC en living in Blairsville, now located in Indiana Co., PA. 1 CONT John Platt's (Jr) will filed in Derry Twp., Westmoreland 29 April 1871 a 1 CONC nd proved 2 April 1872, leads me to believe he died 1871-1872. 1 CONT William & Agnes Platt Warnock had 3 daughters. Any spouses are not kno 1 CONC wn at this time. A few hours ago, I came across a short bio of William War 1 CONC nock from an on line book "The History of Indiana County Pennsylvania", a 1 CONC nd fell out of my chair. 1 CONT 1 CONT History of Indiana County, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT By J. A. Caldwell 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 1 CONT 1 CONT Chapter 55 1 CONT 1 CONT Pages 321 - 421 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT WILLIAM WARNOCK was born in Philadelphia in 1826, and was a son of Dani 1 CONC el and Margaret Warnock nee McConville. The former was a native of Scotlan 1 CONC d, and landed at Quebec, Canada, and walked thence to Philadelphia, by w 1 CONC ay of Pittsburgh. He died in 1859, at the age of seventy-six; his wife di 1 CONC ed in Philadelphia in 1832. Our subject's connection with the P. R. R. dat 1 CONC es from September 26, 1853, when he was employed as a machinist and locomo 1 CONC tive engineer. He ran a freight train between Pittsburgh and Altoona, a 1 CONC nd on coming west, about three o'clock on the morning of the 17th of Febru 1 CONC ary, 1854, he ran into the east freight at Blairsville intersection, and h 1 CONC as his left arm broken at the elbow joint and right wrist dislocated. In S 1 CONC eptember, 1854, he came to Blairsville to run the engine "Henry Clay" fr 1 CONC om Blairsville to the intersection till the completion of the Indiana Bran 1 CONC ch railroad. He ran the first engine, the Henry Clay, in the I. B. R. R. T 1 CONC he second engine on the I. B. R. R. was the "United States," used by the C 1 CONC ollins Brothers to haul iron, etc. When trains began to run regularl 1 CONC y, he ran the first train with the "Chestnut Ridge;" he afterward used t 1 CONC he "Crawford No. 23," in 1859. In March, 1861, he ran the first train on t 1 CONC he Ebensburg and Cresson Branch Railroad, with engine No. 22. In 186 1 CONC 5, he was employed by Peter Collins to put up engines and derricks for dri 1 CONC lling for oil near Loretto, Cambria county, at what was called the "Daws 1 CONC on well." In May, 1866, he was employed by the Allegheny Valley Railro 1 CONC ad as machinist and locomotive engineer. In 1870, he engaged in farming, a 1 CONC nd in 1871, was employed as machinist in the shops of the W. P. R. R. at B 1 CONC lairsville. Our subject was married in 1847 to Agnes, a daughter of John P 1 CONC latt, who was born in Adams county, in 1784, and died in Westmoreland coun 1 CONC ty in 1871. He was the son of John and Elizabeth Platt nee Leutze, who ca 1 CONC me from Rockbridge county, Virginia, to Adams county, and thence, in 180 1 CONC 1, to Cambria county. He was a soldier in the Revolution. He died at the a 1 CONC ge of one Hundred and four years, in Cambria county, about three miles fr 1 CONC om Cherry Tree. Our subject's farm in Derry township, Westmoreland count 1 CONC y, has the application warrant, dated April 3, 1769, and in the name of Wi 1 CONC lliam Dixon. The latter transferred the property to John Barnett, who so 1 CONC ld to John Platt, the father of Mrs. Warnock. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT My first thought was to get off the floor, second thought was that John, T 1 CONC he Revolutioner and his father (always guessed to be named Henry) were com 1 CONC bined in these last few sentences. Third thought was that everyone had th 1 CONC is info but me. 1 CONT 1 CONT I already have among my early records research: 1 CONT 1 CONT 1. John Platt the Revolutioner testifies he was born near Littlestown [Ger 1 CONC many Twp], York, now Adams Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT 2. Henry Platt, son of John The Revolutioner, married Phoebe Mill 1 CONC er on 28 May 1803 in Rockbridge Co., VA. (She the daughter of Valentine Mi 1 CONC ller & Susan Ensminger) 1 CONT 1 CONT 3. Henry Plot married Catharine Ensminger on 5 Feb 1791 in Rockbridge Co 1 CONC ., VA (She the sister of the above Susan Ensminger) 1 CONT 1 CONT 4. Andrew Ensminger married Mary Plot, the daughter of Henry Plot, on 5 F 1 CONC eb 1791 in Rockbridge Co., VA (He the brother of the above Susan Ensminge 1 CONC r) 1 CONT 1 CONT 5. Henry Blat is listed as living (not as a land owner, just listed on t 1 CONC he map) just outside the map of Digges' Choice [in what would be Germany T 1 CONC wp] Additionally, correspondence with Jan Bankert has the map dated cir 17 1 CONC 55. 1 CONT 1 CONT 6. Dominic Noel gave me the DNA bug and I sponsored a descendant of John T 1 CONC he Revolutioner for DNA studies. 1 CONT 1 CONT 7. Out of just plain stubborness to prove or disprove my suspicions, I spo 1 CONC nsored a descendant of Henry Plot (#3) for DNA studies. 1 CONT 1 CONT DNA testing revealed a 24/25 marker match of John Platt The Revolution 1 CONC er to Henry Plot married Rockbridge Co.(#3). As an aside, I did expand Jo 1 CONC hn The Revolutioner to a 67 marker test and am hoping the Henry Plot don 1 CONC or will do the same. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thoughts or comments? What next? 1 CONT 1 CONT I do plan to post this information to other groups, but I came to you fol 1 CONC ks first for direction. You are the best group of researchers I've met. 1 CONT 1 CONT Regards, Jane Tripp 1 CONT 0 @I0212@ INDI 1 NAME Vincent E. /Weakland/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1889 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 OCT 1954 2 PLAC Chest Springs, Cambria Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Monica Cem. Chest Springs, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0572@ 1 FAMS @F0127@ 1 FAMC @F0128@ 0 @I0213@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth Weisong /Leutze/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1750 2 PLAC York, Pennsylvania 1 DEAT 2 DATE MAR 1807 2 PLAC Carrolltown PA 1 FAMS @F0205@ 1 FAMC @F0198@ 1 NOTE @NI0213@ 0 @NI0213@ NOTE 1 CONC Miss Weisong was a hlaf sister to Ludwig Wysong, a Revolutionary War veter 1 CONC an and Cambria Coun ty pioneer. 0 @I0214@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Platt/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1782 1 FAMS @F0860@ 1 FAMS @F0380@ 1 FAMC @F0205@ 0 @I0215@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Platt/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE SEP 1789 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 FEB 1862 2 PLAC Carrolltown PA 1 FAMS @F0381@ 1 FAMC @F0205@ 0 @I0216@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Platt/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1793 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 APR 1865 1 FAMS @F0382@ 1 FAMC @F0205@ 0 @I0217@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /Platt/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1800 1 FAMS @F0383@ 1 FAMC @F0205@ 0 @I0218@ INDI 1 NAME John M. /Weakland/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 29 MAY 1825 2 PLAC Carroll Twp Cambria C. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 SEP 1903 2 PLAC Carroll Twp Cambria C. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Benedct's Cemetery, Carrolltown, PA 1 FAMS @F0023@ 1 FAMC @F0316@ 1 NOTE @NI0218@ 0 @NI0218@ NOTE 1 CONC Welcome to RootsWeb.com Sign in 1 CONT 1 CONT DISCOVER MORE > 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT HomeSearchesFamily TreesMailing ListsMessage BoardsWeb SitesPasswordsHe 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT PACAMBRI-L Archives 1 CONT 1 CONT Archiver > PACAMBRI > 2006-01 > 1137263556 1 CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC ------ 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From: "John R Conrad" 1 CONT Subject: RE: [PaCambri] Michael Weakland #4 1 CONT Date: Sat, 14 Jan 2006 11:32:36 -0700 1 CONT In-Reply-To: <20060114143220.92178.qmail@@web82006.mail.mud.yahoo.com> 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Ancestors of John Ludova Weakland 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 1 1 CONT 1 CONT 1. John Ludova Weakland, born 18 Aug 1897 in Chest Springs, Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; died 05 May 1954 in Chest Springs, Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania. He was the son of 2. Michael John Weakland and 3. Mary Ellen 1 CONT Burley. He married (1) Mary Ellen Maloney 31 May 1916 in Ashville, Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania. She was born 31 Oct 1898 in Ashville, Cambria County 1 CONC , 1 CONT Pennsylvania, and died 06 Apr 1959 in Chest Springs, Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Ambrose Maloney and Emma Adams. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 2 1 CONT 1 CONT 2. Michael John Weakland, born 30 Jan 1858 in Susquehanna Township, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 1937. He was the son of 4. John M. 1 CONT Weakland and 5. Mary Matilda Platt. He married 3. Mary Ellen Burley 1878. 1 CONT 3. Mary Ellen Burley, born 1859 in Pennsylvania; died 10 Jun 1922. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Michael Weakland and Mary Burley are: 1 CONT i.Emma Weakland, born 22 Jan 1887; died 28 May 1949. 1 CONT ii.Harvey Modestus Weakland, born 13 Nov 1888 in 1 CONT Pennsylvania; died 18 Mar 1977; married Colletta M. Rabus 25 Sep 1906; bor 1 CONC n 1 CONT 12 Sep 1890 in Pennsylvania; died 30 Oct 1964. 1 CONT iii.Vincent E. Weakland, born 11 Nov 1889 in 1 CONT Pennsylvania; died 18 Oct 1954 in Chest Springs, Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; married Loretta Byrne 1911; born 1894 in Pennsylvania; di 1 CONC ed 08 1 CONT May 1954. 1 CONT 1iv.John Ludova Weakland, born 18 Aug 1897 in Chest 1 CONT Springs, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 05 May 1954 in Chest Springs, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania; married Mary Ellen Maloney 31 May 1916 in 1 CONT Ashville, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT v.Margaret Weakland, born 1895; died May 1965; married 1 CONT Anthony Thomas Conrad; born 27 Jan 1889 in Pennsylvania; died 29 Jan 1941. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 3 1 CONT 1 CONT 4. John M. Weakland, born 17 Jan 1825 in Carrolltown, Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; died 24 Sep 1903 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania. He was the son of 8. Michael Weakland and 9. Mary Ann 1 CONT Gardner. He married 5. Mary Matilda Platt 28 Apr 1846 in Carrolltown, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 5. Mary Matilda Platt, born 19 May 1826 in Susquehanna Township, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 04 Dec 1902 in Susquehanna Township, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 10. John Platt, Jr. 1 CONT and 11. Sarah Phoebe Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of John Weakland and Mary Platt are: 1 CONT i.Agnes V. Weakland, born 13 May 1848 in Pennsylvania; 1 CONT died 30 Jun 1928; married Charles Francis Luther 01 Jul 1913 in St. Bernar 1 CONC d 1 CONT Catholic Church, Hastings, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; born 26 Jan 1865; 1 CONT died 06 Dec 1949. 1 CONT ii.Mary Frances Weakland, born 19 Oct 1849 in Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT iii.Cosmos Valentine Weakland, born Aft. Jun 1850 in 1 CONT Pennsylvania; died Aft. 1902; married Catherine Miller 16 Aug 1859; born i 1 CONC n 1 CONT Pennsylvania. 1 CONT iv.Sarah Weakland, born Aft. Jun 1850; died Aft. 1902; 1 CONT married John Bitters. 1 CONT v.Marcellus Weakland, born 1855 in Susquehanna 1 CONT Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 01 Dec 1914 in Barnesboro, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; married Margaret Miller; born in Pennsylvania; died Sep 1943 1 CONC . 1 CONT 2vi.Michael John Weakland, born 30 Jan 1858 in 1 CONT Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 1937; married Mar 1 CONC y 1 CONT Ellen Burley 1878. 1 CONT vii.Elmira Cecelia Weakland, born 22 Jul 1864 in 1 CONT Hastings, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 11 Jul 1948 in Allport, Cambr 1 CONC ia 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; married Anselm August Eckenrode; born 22 Aug 1865 in 1 CONT Bradley Junction, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died WFT Est. 1866-1955. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 4 1 CONT 1 CONT 8. Michael Weakland, born 1796 in Spruce Creek, Pennsylvania; died 1 CONT 07 Oct 1878 in Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. He was 1 CONT the son of 16. Zephaniah Weakland and 17. Catherine. He married 9. Mary An 1 CONC n 1 CONT Gardner 10 Nov 1818 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 9. Mary Ann Gardner, born 1798 in Pennsylvania; died 12 Mar 1867 in 1 CONT Hart's Sleeping Place, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. She was 1 CONT the daughter of 18. John Gardner and 19. Emily. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Michael Weakland and Mary Gardner are: 1 CONT i.Sarah Ann Weakland, born 28 Feb 1819 in Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; married Thomas J. Byrne 24 Apr 1838 in Carrolltown, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania; born 05 Sep 1815 in Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; died 11 Nov 1886 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a. 1 CONT ii.Isabella Elizabeth Weakland, born 27 Aug 1822 in 1 CONT Maboning, Pennsylvania; died 27 Aug 1899 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; married Francis J. Byrne 19 Feb 1849 in Carrolltown, Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; born 21 Jan 1823 in Loretto, Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; died 25 Nov 1897 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a. 1 CONT 4iii.John M. Weakland, born 17 Jan 1825 in Carrolltown, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 24 Sep 1903 in Carrolltown, Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; married Mary Matilda Platt 28 Apr 1846 in Carrolltow 1 CONC n, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT iv.Catherine Weakland, born 27 Aug 1827 in Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; died 22 Mar 1885 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; married John Chrysostom Platt 22 Nov 1847 in Loretto, Cambri 1 CONC a 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; born 08 Sep 1819 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania; di 1 CONC ed 1 CONT 24 Feb 1867 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT v.Sophia Weakland, born 16 Apr 1830 in Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania. 1 CONT vi.Zephaniah A. Weakland, born 16 Apr 1830 in Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; died 30 May 1904 in Susquehanna Township, Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; married Eleonor Barbara Luther 27 Oct 1851 in St. 1 CONT Joseph's Church, Carrolltown, Pennsylvania; born 1831 in Pennsylvania; die 1 CONC d 1 CONT 11 Jan 1908 in Pennsylvania. 1 CONT vii.Thomas D. Weakland, born 1836 in Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; died 29 Aug 1920 in Dubuque, Iowa; married Katherine Glass 1 CONT 1859 in St. Benedict's Church, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; 1 CONT born 1837 in Pennsylvania; died 03 Apr 1905 in Cresco, Howard County, Iowa 1 CONC . 1 CONT viii.Charles Valentine Weakland, born 17 Jan 1837; died 1 CONT 17 Dec 1840 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 10. John Platt, Jr., born 1783 in Pennsylvania; died 1862 in 1 CONT Westmoreland Co. Pennsylvania. He was the son of 20. John Platt and 21. 1 CONT Elizabeth Wysong. He married 11. Sarah Phoebe Byrne 1809 in Loretto, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 11. Sarah Phoebe Byrne, born 1784 in Ireland; died 15 May 1851 in 1 CONT Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 22 1 CONC . 1 CONT John Byrne and 23. Ann. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of John Platt and Sarah Byrne are: 1 CONT i.Elizabeth Platt, born 15 Jun 1810 in Loretto, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 22 Feb 1847 in Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania. 1 CONT ii.James John Platt, born 07 Dec 1811 in Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; died Mar 1862 in Carrolltown Twp., Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; married Rachel Farrell 23 Oct 1849 in Loretto, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; born 15 May 1826 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 27 Oc 1 CONC t 1 CONT 1892 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT iii.Michael Joseph Platt, born 29 Jan 1813 in Loretto, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 15 Oct 1902 in Plattsville, Susquehanna 1 CONT Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; married (1) Amelia Farrell 22 Feb 1 CONT 1841 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; born 04 Aug 1823 in Loretto 1 CONC , 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 09 Sep 1872 in Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; married (2) Sarah 1876. 1 CONT iv.Mary Ann Platt, born 14 Dec 1814 in Loretto, Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; died 10 Apr 1880; married John W. Luther 31 May 1825 1 CONT in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; born 29 Aug 1800 in Carrolltown, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 22 Apr 1862 in Carrollton, Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT v.Agnes Platt, born 28 May 1815 in Loretto, Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; died WFT Est. 1816-1909; married William Warnick. 1 CONT vi.Eleanor Anna Platt, born 06 Jul 1817 in Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; died 20 Jun 1898 in Pennsylvania; married Richard 1 CONT Sloane 01 Jul 1845 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania; born 17 Mar 1815 in 1 CONT Wexford, Ireland; died 30 Dec 1887 in Pennsylvania. 1 CONT vii.John Chrysostom Platt, born 08 Sep 1819 in Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; died 24 Feb 1867 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania; 1 CONT married Catherine Weakland 22 Nov 1847 in Loretto, Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; born 27 Aug 1827 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 22 Ma 1 CONC r 1 CONT 1885 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT viii.Margaret Platt, born 08 Jun 1822 in Loretto, Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; died WFT Est. 1823-1916. 1 CONT 5ix.Mary Matilda Platt, born 19 May 1826 in Susquehanna 1 CONT Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 04 Dec 1902 in Susquehanna 1 CONT Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; married John M. Weakland 28 Apr 18 1 CONC 46 1 CONT in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 5 1 CONT 1 CONT 16. Zephaniah Weakland, born 1762 in Hagerstown, Frederick County, 1 CONT Maryland; died 1849 in Susquehanna Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania. He 1 CONT was the son of 32. John Weakland and 33. Mary Susan Cunningham. He married 1 CONT 17. Catherine Bef. 1790 in MD. 1 CONT 17. Catherine, died 29 Jan 1832 in Susqehanna Twp., Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Zephaniah Weakland and Catherine are: 1 CONT 8i.Michael Weakland, born 1796 in Spruce Creek, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; died 07 Oct 1878 in Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; married Mary Ann Gardner 10 Nov 1818 in Loretto, Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT ii.Susan Weakland, married John D. Carney 1817 in 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT iii.John Weakland, born 1782 in Spruce Creek, Bedford 1 CONT Co., Pennsylvania; died 22 Apr 1879 in Johnstown, Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; married Margaret; born 1788; died 17 Jul 1858 in Johnstown, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 18. John Gardner He married 19. Emily. 1 CONT 19. Emily 1 CONT 1 CONT Child of John Gardner and Emily is: 1 CONT 9i.Mary Ann Gardner, born 1798 in Pennsylvania; died 12 1 CONT Mar 1867 in Hart's Sleeping Place, Carrolltown, Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; married Michael Weakland 10 Nov 1818 in Loretto, Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 20. John Platt, born 31 Aug 1747; died 12 Feb 1850 in Carrolltown, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania. He married 21. Elizabeth Wysong WFT Est. 1 CONT 1766-1796. 1 CONT 21. Elizabeth Wysong, born 1750 in York, Pennsylvania; died Mar 1 CONT 1807 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 1 CONT 42. Ludwig Wysong and 43. Mary Hammer. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of John Platt and Elizabeth Wysong are: 1 CONT i.Sarah Platt, born Abt. 1780; married Jacob Litzinger 1 CONT 12 Dec 1800 in Conawago Chapel, Hanover, Adams Co, Pennsylvania; born 29 M 1 CONC ar 1 CONT 1773; died 1845 in Somerset, OH. 1 CONT ii.Henry Platt, born Abt. 1782; died WFT Est. 1 CONT 1819-1873; married Phoebe Miller WFT Est. 1795-1830; born WFT Est. 1 CONT 1763-1790; died WFT Est. 1818-1879. 1 CONT iii.Joseph Platt, born Aug 1783 in Pennsylvania; died 12 1 CONT Feb 1862 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; married Sarah Krise 1 CONT Abt. 1818; born 1784; died 15 May 1851. 1 CONT 10iv.John Platt, Jr., born 1783 in Pennsylvania; died 1 CONT 1862 in Westmoreland Co. Pennsylvania; married Sarah Phoebe Byrne 1809 in 1 CONT Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT v.Mary Platt, born Abt. 1793; died 09 Apr 1865; 1 CONT married William Ryan 07 Apr 1813 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; 1 CONT born 1786; died 11 Aug 1869. 1 CONT vi.Catherine Platt, born 1800 in Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; died Bef. 1825; married Michael Brown 05 Nov 1817 in Loretto 1 CONC , 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania; born Jan 1797 in Huntingdon County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 22. John Byrne, born Abt. 1740 in St. Mary's Lane, Dublin, Ireland; 1 CONT died 28 Aug 1838 in Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. He 1 CONT married 23. Ann Abt. 1767 in Ireland. 1 CONT 23. Ann, born 1748 in Ireland; died Bef. 1795 in Ireland. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of John Byrne and Ann are: 1 CONT i.Henry Byrne, born 1769 in Ireland; married Mary Ann 1 CONT Myers WFT Est. 1786-1819; born WFT Est. 1765-1785; died WFT Est. 1786-1869 1 CONC . 1 CONT ii.Thomas Byrne, born 1770 in Ireland; died Sep 1830 in 1 CONT Susquehannah Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; married Sarah A. 1 CONT Burgoon Abt. 1800 in Loretto, Pennsylvania; born 1781 in Maryland; died Af 1 CONC t. 1 CONT 1860 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT iii.Catherine Byrne, born Abt. 1775 in Ireland; died 28 1 CONT Mar 1798 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; married James Leavy Bef 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1795; died 16 Aug 1808 in Loretto, Cambria, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT iv.Michael Joseph Byrne, born Abt. 1777 in Ireland; 1 CONT died 28 Jan 1823 in Conewago, Adams Co. Pennsylvania. 1 CONT v.Eleanor Ann Byrne, born 1777 in St. Mary's Lane, 1 CONT Dublin, Ireland; died 05 Aug 1855 in Clearfield Township, Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; married Richard McGuire 15 May 1800 in St. Michael's Church, 1 CONT Loretto, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania; born 12 Dec 1771 in Pine Creek 1 CONT Settlement, Taneytown, Frederick County, Maryland; died 13 Jan 1855 in 1 CONT Clearfield Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 11vi.Sarah Phoebe Byrne, born 1784 in Ireland; died 15 1 CONT May 1851 in Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; married (1) 1 CONT Michael Joseph McGuire 1803; married (2) John Platt, Jr. 1809 in Loretto, 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT vii.Agnes Byrne, born Abt. 1788 in Ireland; died WFT 1 CONT Est. 1802-1882 in Pennsylvania; married Kitt WFT Est. 1802-1835 in 1 CONT Pennsylvania; born WFT Est. 1771-1791 in ?; died WFT Est. 1805-1877 in 1 CONT Pennsylvania. 1 CONT viii.John Byrne, born 1790 in St. Mary's Lane, Dublin, 1 CONT Ireland; died Feb 1840 in Byrnesville, near Barnesboro, Cambria Cunty, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; married Mary Ann Bender 11 Jun 1811 in Loretto, Cambria 1 CONT County, Pennsylvania; born 29 Jul 1793 in Germany; died 31 Dec 1880 in 1 CONT Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 6 1 CONT 1 CONT 32. John Weakland, born 1737 in Maryland; died 1832 in St. 1 CONT Augustine, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 64. John 1 CONT Weakland. He married 33. Mary Susan Cunningham 1755 in Western Maryland. 1 CONT 33. Mary Susan Cunningham, born Bef. 1734 in Maryland; died 1797. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of John Weakland and Mary Cunningham are: 1 CONT i.John Weakland, born 15 Apr 1758 in Maryland; died 15 1 CONT Oct 1854 in St. Augustine, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; married Catharine 1 CONT Jackson 1788 in Hagerstown, Maryland; born 20 Sep 1765 in Delaware; died 1 1 CONC 0 1 CONT Feb 1861 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 16ii.Zephaniah Weakland, born 1762 in Hagerstown, 1 CONT Frederick County, Maryland; died 1849 in Susquehanna Twp., Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; married Catherine Bef. 1790 in MD. 1 CONT iii.William Weakland, born 1770 in Hagerstown, Frederick 1 CONT Co., MD; died 13 Aug 1864 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; marrie 1 CONC d 1 CONT Mary Barbara Ruffner Abt. 1799 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; 1 CONT born 1773 in Maryland; died 20 Jan 1857 in Allegheny Twp., Cambria County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania. 1 CONT iv.Susan Weakland, born 1766 in Maryland; died 02 Oct 1 CONT 1810 in Lilly, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; married John Brown 02 Apr 179 1 CONC 5 1 CONT in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania; born 1753 in Frederick County, Marylan 1 CONC d; 1 CONT died 20 May 1820 in Lilly, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 42. Ludwig Wysong, born Abt. 1678 in Strasburg, Alsace-Lorrain, 1 CONT Germany; died Sep 1784 in Heidlburg Twp, York Co, Pennsylvania. He was the 1 CONT son of 84. Joseph Peter Weissang. He married 43. Mary Hammer 1737. 1 CONT 43. Mary Hammer, born Abt. 1710; died Abt. 1793 in Heidlburg Twp, 1 CONT York Co, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 86. Reinhart Hammer and 87. 1 CONT Susan. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Ludwig Wysong and Mary Hammer are: 1 CONT i.John Lewis Wysong, born 04 Feb 1742/43 in York Co, 1 CONT Pennsylvania; died 28 Jan 1808 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; 1 CONT married Ann Catherine Kitzmiller Abt. 1765; born 19 May 1741; died 05 Nov 1 CONT 1802 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT ii.Mary Wysong, born 1738; died WFT Est. 1752-1832; 1 CONT married George Boardman WFT Est. 1752-1785; born WFT Est. 1721-1741; died 1 CONT WFT Est. 1753-1812. 1 CONT iii.Susanna Catharina Wysong, born 10 Jan 1739/40 in 1 CONT York, Pennsylvania; died WFT Est. 1741-1834. 1 CONT iv.Valentine Wysong, born 1744; died 1824 in Randolph, 1 CONT IN; married Elizabeth Albright 1777; born WFT Est. 1737-1760; died WFT Est 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1781-1832. 1 CONT v.Joseph Wysong, born 1745; died 1776; married Mary 1 CONT Byers WFT Est. 1761-1775; born WFT Est. 1741-1758; died WFT Est. 1761-1844 1 CONC . 1 CONT vi.Henry Wysong, born 1747; died WFT Est. 1748-1837. 1 CONT 21vii.Elizabeth Wysong, born 1750 in York, Pennsylvania; 1 CONT died Mar 1807 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; married John 1 CONT Platt WFT Est. 1766-1796. 1 CONT viii.Franey Wysong, born 1752; died WFT Est. 1766-1846; 1 CONT married James Davis WFT Est. 1766-1799; born WFT Est. 1735-1755; died WFT 1 CONT Est. 1767-1826. 1 CONT ix.Catherine Wysong, born 1754; died WFT Est. 1 CONT 1768-1848; married Henry Hattman WFT Est. 1768-1801; born WFT Est. 1 CONT 1737-1757; died WFT Est. 1769-1828. 1 CONT x.Feidt Wysong, born 1755; died Aug 1837; married (1) 1 CONT Elizabeth Phemach WFT Est. 1772-1805; born WFT Est. 1751-1771; died WFT Es 1 CONC t. 1 CONT 1772-1845; married (2) Susan Coffman WFT Est. 1772-1805; born WFT Est. 1 CONT 1751-1771; died WFT Est. 1772-1845. 1 CONT xi.Jacob Wysong, born 1757; died 1823 in Shepardstown, 1 CONT WV; married Mary Byers 1783 in Mecklenburg, VA; born WFT Est. 1741-1758; 1 CONT died WFT Est. 1761-1844. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT -----Original Message----- 1 CONT From: ann monastra [mailto:aemon34@@sbcglobal.net] 1 CONT Sent: Saturday, January 14, 2006 7:32 AM 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Subject: Re: [PaCambri] Michael Weakland #4 1 CONT 1 CONT Does anyone know how John Ludova Weakland (son of Michael John Weakland an 1 CONC d 1 CONT Mary Ellen Burley) b 19 Aug, 1898, fits into Weaklands # 1, 2, 3, 4? 1 CONT 1 CONT Thanks, 1 CONT Ann 1 CONT 1 CONT Beth Campbell Fladaker wrote: 1 CONT Michael Weakland #4 1 CONT 1 CONT Please let me know if there are any additions or corrections of informatio 1 CONC n 1 CONT For this family. 1 CONT 1 CONT Beth 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael M. Weakland born November 25, 1820 in Carroll Twp, Cambria C 1 CONT died July 08, 1899. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 43, #00931 Weakland, Michael ( Guilhelmi/Aro?) B. 1 CONT 11-25-1820 BP: 01-01-1821 gp: Joannes Weakland Jr./Elizabeth Maguire, d. O 1 CONC f 1 CONT Lucas DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT I have no marriage for this Michael. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria Freeman, Ebensburg, PA, FRI 21 JUL 1899 1 CONT Obituary 1 CONT Michael M. Weakland died at his home in Carroll township, July 8, 1899, 1 CONT aged 89 years and 8 months. His father William Weakland, died 21 years ago 1 CONT at the age of 81 and his mother, whose maiden name was Araminta Burgoon, 1 CONT died in 1883, at the age of 92. His grandfather, John Weakland, was one of 1 CONT the leading characters in the early history of Cambria county and was the 1 CONT first owner of the land known as the Weakland settlement, at Hart's Sleepi 1 CONC ng 1 CONT Place. 1 CONT Michael Weakland's life, like that of his forefathers, was one of great 1 CONT simplicity, purity and rectitude. 1 CONT His remains were interred within sight of his beloved home at old St. Jose 1 CONC ph 1 CONT s church, where Requiem High Mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Michael, O 1 CONC .S 1 CONT B. Many friends and relatives gathered there to pay their last tribute of 1 CONT respect. Two sisters have preceded him, viz: Mrs. Temperance Cunningham, a 1 CONC nd 1 CONT Mrs. Mary Byrne; two survive, Miss Susan Weakland and Mrs. William Switzle 1 CONC r. 1 CONT 1 CONT This Michael is the nephew of Michael Weakland who married Eleanor Harriso 1 CONC n. 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: The other names of Michael Weakland that I have are still 1 CONT living...born after 1847. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ==== PACAMBRI Mailing List ==== 1 CONT Please remember that this list is for topics dealing with history and 1 CONT genealogy in Cambria County, PA, only. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ==== PACAMBRI Mailing List ==== 1 CONT http://www.rootsweb.com/~pacambri/ 1 CONT To unsubscribe from the PACAMBRI-L list, send the message Unsubscribe to 1 CONT PACAMBRI-L-Request@@Rootsweb.com. 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Learn more. 1 CONT 1 CONT About Us | Contact Us | Acceptable Use Policy | PRIVACY STATEMENT | Copyri 1 CONC ght 1 CONT Copyright © 1998-2008, MyFamily.com Inc. and its subsidiaries. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0219@ INDI 1 NAME Marcellus /Weakland/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1855 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria County, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 DEC 1914 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 1 FAMS @F0024@ 1 FAMC @F0023@ 0 @I0220@ INDI 1 NAME Matilda Elizabeth /Weakland/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 JAN 1878 2 PLAC Carolltown, Cambria County, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 SEP 1961 2 PLAC St. Benedicts, Carrolltown PA 1 FAMS @F0025@ 1 FAMC @F0024@ 1 NOTE @NI0220@ 0 @NI0220@ NOTE 1 CONC LEONARD – Mrs. Matilda, 85, 801 Chestnut Avenue, Barnesboro, died Sept. 1 1 CONC 2, 1961, in Miners Hospital, Spangler. Born Jan. 28, 1876, in St. Benedic 1 CONC t, daughter of Marcellus and Margaret (Miller) Weakland. Prededed in dea 1 CONC th by son, Elmer J. Survived by husband, John James, and these children: M 1 CONC rs. Goldie Marie Fletcher, Dr. Wilbert M. , Lovell M., John L. and Bla 1 CONC ir T., all of Barnesboro. Also 12 grandchildren. Charter member of St. Edw 1 CONC ard’s Altar and Rosary Society. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p 1 CONC .m. Wednesday and Thursday in Francis M. Bacha Funeral Home, Barnesboro, w 1 CONC here rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Thursday. Funeral mass at 9 a.m. Fri 1 CONC day in St. Edward’s Catholic Church, Rev. Father Edward Davis. Intermen 1 CONC t, St. Benedict’s Cemetery, Carrolltown. Pg. 42 Tribune-Democrat, Wed., S 1 CONC ept. 13, 1961 0 @I0221@ INDI 1 NAME Elmer James /Leonard/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 APR 1904 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 1 FAMS @F0346@ 1 FAMC @F0025@ 0 @I0222@ INDI 1 NAME Wilbert Marcellus /Leonard/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 APR 1906 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 DEC 1975 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery Spangler 1 FAMS @F0216@ 1 FAMC @F0025@ 1 NOTE @NI0222@ 0 @NI0222@ NOTE 1 CONC page 38 Tribune Democrate Wed Dec 24, 1975 1 CONT 1 CONT LEONARD -- Dr. Wilbert M., 69, 1206 Elder Ave., Barnesboro, died Dec. 2 1 CONC 2, 1975, at Miners Hospital, Spangler. Born April 11, 1906 in Barnesbor 1 CONC o, son of John Jams and Matilda (Weakland) Leonard. Preceded in death by p 1 CONC aretns; brother, Elmer; and sister, Mrs. Goldie Fletcher. Survived by wido 1 CONC w, former Betty Ranck, and these children: Mrs. Barbara Kincheloe, Boca Ra 1 CONC ton, Fla.; Dr. Wilbert M. II, Normal, Ill.; Mrs. Linda Trudeau, Montrea 1 CONC l, Canada; Mrs. Jane Lydic, Carrolltown; and John, at home; also three gra 1 CONC ndchildren. Brother of Lovell, John Leroy, and Blair, all of Barnesboro. F 1 CONC riends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. 1 CONC m. Thursday at James J. Long Funeral Home, Barnesboro, where wake servi 1 CONC ce will be held at 7:45 p.m. Thursday. Mass of Resurrection at 10 a.m. Fri 1 CONC day at St. Edwards Catholic Church, the Rev. Edward McConnell. Internmen 1 CONC t, Holy Cross Cemetery, Spangler. 0 @I0223@ INDI 1 NAME Warren L. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE FEB 1894 2 PLAC Byrnesville, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 NOV 1975 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Thomas Cem. Ashville, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0131@ 1 FAMC @F0142@ 1 NOTE @NI0223@ 0 @NI0223@ NOTE 1 CONC 1 NAME Warren L. /Byrne/ 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, Thursday September 21, 1972. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs, Warren Byrne of Loretto recently celebrated their 50th 1 CONT Anniversary. Mr. Byrne and the former Della McConnell were married Septemb 1 CONC er 1 CONT 5, 1922 at St. Mary's in Patton. 1 CONT They are the parents of the following children: 1 CONT Mrs. John Beach, Delaware;Mrs. Curtiss Reese, Maryland; 1 CONT Mrs. Arthur Hoyle, Virginia; 1 CONT Mrs. Robert Eckenrode, Galliltzin; 1 CONT Mrs Donald Brady, Carrolltown; [or is this Bradley??] 1 CONT Joseph, California; 1 CONT Daniel, and 1 CONT Lawrence, Loretto; 1 CONT Leroy, and 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg. 1 CONT There are 53 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. 1 CONT 1 CONT In "Valley of the Pines" by D. J. Byrne page 184 1 CONT 1 CONT Warren was raised in Byrnesville, just out of Barnesboro, toward Hasting 1 CONC s. he was son of Frank Byrne and Mary Miller. 0 @I0224@ INDI 1 NAME Rose G. /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE NOV 1892 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1966 2 PLAC bu. St. Monica Cem. Chest Springs, PA 1 FAMS @F0129@ 1 FAMC @F0175@ 0 @I0225@ INDI 1 NAME Lovell Margaret /Leonard/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 NOV 1914 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 OCT 1995 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery Spangler 1 FAMC @F0025@ 0 @I0226@ INDI 1 NAME Leroy John /Leonard/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 DEC 1909 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 SEP 1984 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery Spangler 1 FAMC @F0025@ 1 NOTE @NI0226@ 0 @NI0226@ NOTE 1 CONC John Leonard, 1909-1984 1 CONT LisaBaker65 (View posts) Posted: 24 Dec 2004 3:54PM 1 CONT 1 CONT Classification: Obituary 1 CONT Surnames: Leonard, Weakland, Fletcher 1 CONT [undated/unidentified newspaper], PA, SEP 1984 1 CONT 1 CONT JOHN L. LEONARD PASSES AWAY 1 CONT John L. Leonard, 74, 801 Chestnut Ave., Barnesboro, died Sept. 27, 19 1 CONC 84 at home. He was born Dec. 24, 1909 in Barnesboro, son of John J. and Ma 1 CONC thilda (Weakland) Leonard. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was preceded in death by parents, brothers, Elmer J. and Wilbert M; a 1 CONC nd sister, Goldie Fletcher. Brother of Miss Lovell and Blair, both of Barn 1 CONC esboro. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was senior vice counselor at U.S. Department of State; Former public sc 1 CONC hool teacher in Spangler and Union Township high schools, New Castle, P 1 CONC a. Army Air Force veteran of World War II; member of Post 508, American Le 1 CONC gion, and Council 2277, K. of C., both of Barnesboro. Member of NEA and PS 1 CONC EA. 1 CONT 1 CONT Friends were received at the Long Funeral Home, Inc., Barnesboro. Ma 1 CONC ss of Christian Burial was at St. Edward's Catholic Church by Rev. Raymo 1 CONC nd Karr. Interment was in Holy Cross Cemetery, Spangler. 1 CONT 0 @I0227@ INDI 1 NAME Blair Thomas /Leonard/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 MAY 1917 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 JAN 2005 2 PLAC Virginia Beach City, VA 1 FAMS @F0344@ 1 FAMC @F0025@ 0 @I0228@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes Victoria /Weakland/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 MAY 1848 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 JUN 1928 1 FAMS @F0286@ 1 FAMC @F0023@ 1 NOTE @NI0228@ 0 @NI0228@ NOTE 1 CONC 1 CONT 1 CONT From: marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Sent: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 21:53:27 -0500 1 CONT Subject: [PaCambri] Charles Luther + Agnes Weakland [1913] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Hastings, Friday, July 11, 1913 1 CONT 1 CONT MARRIAGES: Luther - Weakland 1 CONT Charles Luther, aged 47 years and Miss Agnes Weakland, aged 67 years, bo 1 CONC th 1 CONT well known residents of Susquehanna Township were united in marriage in S 1 CONC t. 1 CONT Bernard's Catholic Church at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday morning by the Rev Fat 1 CONC hr 1 CONT Marcellus. The attendants were Miss Emma Weakland, of Chest Springs, a nie 1 CONC ce 1 CONT of the bride, and James Farrell, of Spangler. 1 CONT The bride was gowned in royal blue trimmed in cream lace daintily made a 1 CONC nd 1 CONT wore a white mesh veil. 1 CONT After the ceremony the wedding party wee entertained and took breakfast 1 CONT at the home of Dr. and Mrs. D.S. Rice, after which they drove to Carrollto 1 CONC wn and 1 CONT were served lunch at the St. Lawrence Hotel in that place. In the afterno 1 CONC on 1 CONT they drove to the bride's home where an elegant dinner was served in the 1 CONT evening, followed by a dance at the groom's home. During the evening a lar 1 CONC ge 1 CONT number of friends called and they received the hearty congratulations of a 1 CONC ll. 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. Luther are both too well know to need any introduction to 1 CONT the people of this vicinity. Both have been residents of Susquehanna towns 1 CONC hip 1 CONT for many years and have the respect and esteem of all. 0 @I0229@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah Ellen /Weakland/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1849 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 1902 1 FAMS @F0363@ 1 FAMC @F0023@ 0 @I0230@ INDI 1 NAME John Michael Platt /Weakland/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 JAN 1858 2 PLAC Susquehanna Township PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 OCT 1936 1 FAMS @F0360@ 1 FAMC @F0023@ 0 @I0231@ INDI 1 NAME Cosmos Valentine /Weakland/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1850 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 1902 1 FAMS @F0362@ 1 FAMC @F0023@ 0 @I0232@ INDI 1 NAME Elmira Cecelia /Weakland/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 JUL 1864 2 PLAC Hastings PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 JUL 1948 2 PLAC Allport PA 1 FAMS @F0361@ 1 FAMC @F0023@ 0 @I0233@ INDI 1 NAME James /Leavy/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1775 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 AUG 1808 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Michael's Cemetery, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0014@ 0 @I0234@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /McGuire/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 DEC 1771 2 PLAC Pipe Creek area Frederick Co. MD 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 JAN 1855 2 PLAC Clearfield Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Michael's Cemetery, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0026@ 1 FAMC @F0027@ 1 NOTE @NI0234@ 0 @NI0234@ NOTE 1 CONC From "History of Cambria County Pennsylvania" by Henry Wilson Story with G 1 CONC enealogical Memori s Vol.1 pg 79. 1 CONT 1 CONT "Captain Richard McGuire was also a pioneer of northern Cambria. He w 1 CONC as a son of the preced ing (Michael McGuire), and was born in Frederick co 1 CONC unty, Maryland, December 12,1771, and die d at Loretto, January 13, 185 1 CONC 5. He was seventeen when his father located the "McGuire Settlem ent" at L 1 CONC oretto, and on May 15, 1800, he and Eleanor, daughter of John and Ann Byrn 1 CONC e, were ma rried. 1 CONT Captain Richard McGuire, like his father, was farmer and a patrio 1 CONC t; he organized a compan y at Loretto and commanded it in the War of 1812. 1 CONC " 1 CONT 1 CONT McGUIRE, Richard 12 Dec 1771 13 Jan 1855 Captain, h/o Eleanor (BYRNE 1 CONC ), m 15 May 1800, the first of European extraction to settle in Cambria Co 1 CONC unty, son of Captain Michael McGuire; main section (H/LB/K) 1 CONT 1 CONT Documentation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Information provided by Lisa Baker 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a 1 CONT tool to promote further research and should NOT be considered as verifi 1 CONC ed proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were 1 CONT used to obtain as many names as possible of people buried at St. Michael's 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 1 CONT FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 1 CONT FR - family record / genealogy 6) N 1 CONT - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 MAY 19 1 CONC 28 Memorial Day newspapers, 1 CONT listed war service and cemetery where buried). Didn't always find a headst 1 CONC one to correspond to the 1 CONT newspaper article, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on the 1 CONC ir headstone shows up in a 1 CONT newspaper article. 1 CONT 1 CONT DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1293 1 CONC 475 1 CONT (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individuals ma 1 CONC king the entries in the death 1 CONT registers would only list a number in the age column. In this document, t 1 CONC he ???? reference was mostly 1 CONT shown when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list 1 CONT a year if a child only lived a month. However, given the fact that oft 1 CONC en a number of entries would only 1 CONT indicate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is 1 CONT meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 1 CONT LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1 CONT 1793-1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bou 1 CONC nd pastors to keeping sacramental 1 CONT records. Since records of burial did not fall into this category, they we 1 CONC re all too frequently ignored by 1 CONT the pastors. 1 CONT 1 CONT K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", whi 1 CONC ch contains early 1 CONT baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this book was a register of d 1 CONC eaths, covering the period 1 CONT November 17, 1793 to October 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this informat 1 CONC ion from church records and 1 CONT headstones at St. Michael. 0 @I0235@ INDI 1 NAME G.Louis /Scanlon/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 AUG 1887 2 PLAC Cambria Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 OCT 1953 2 PLAC Chest Springs, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0129@ 1 FAMC @F0130@ 0 @I0236@ INDI 1 NAME Michael 'Captain' /McGuire/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1717 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 NOV 1793 1 FAMS @F0027@ 1 NOTE @NI0236@ 0 @NI0236@ NOTE 1 CONC McGuire, Michael, Capt. 1 CONT September 08, 2007 02:32PM Admin 1 CONT Registered: 3 years ago 1 CONT Posts: 66,827 1 CONT 1 CONT MICHAEL McGUIRE. Army. Captain in Maryland Rangers. Born in 1717; di 1 CONC ed 17 Nov 1793. Buried in the old section of St. Michael's Church Cemeter 1 CONC y, Loretto. 1 CONT 1 CONT (Source: Veterans Grave Register, Cambria County; list of Revolutionary W 1 CONC ar veterans buried in Cambria County, Pa.) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Posted by: Brenda WALLACE (ID *****3557) Date: October 01, 2007 at 18:41: 1 CONC 41 1 CONT of 1126 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT The McGuire family bible. Translation Latin Vulgate, The Clementine Editio 1 CONC n, M.C.C.C.X.C. Nov. 1748. In possession of Peggy Brophy Jensen of Alexand 1 CONC ria, VA in 1997. Photographed by John Flick 1997. Transcribed by Brenda Mc 1 CONC Guire Wallace 1999. 1 CONT 1 CONT (page 1) 1 CONT (Has bible text, then END OF THE FIRST VOLUME, then the following handwrit 1 CONC ten entries) 1 CONT Mark McGuire and Jane Deleaney married February 6th A.D. 1859 1 CONT Miss Ellie McGuire was born June 12, 18 (page torn.) 1 CONT Emily McGuire was born Dec 9th 186(page torn) 1 CONT Luke McGuire born Dec 30th 1864 1 CONT Henry J. McGuire Dec. 30 1866 1 CONT Sarrah A. McGuire May 29 1868 1 CONT Rebecca McGuire Aug 17th 1871 1 CONT Lizzie McGuire born Feb 1st died March 1215 1863 (the date digits appe 1 CONC ar to be quite clear) 1 CONT (running vertically in margin) Mary Lizzie McGuire born Aug 19th (cross 1 CONC ed out) 21 1881 1 CONT (First line by one hand. All rest look like same hand.) 1 CONT 1 CONT (page 2) 1 CONT Luke McGuire was born April 17th 1796 1 CONT and was married August 20th 1822 to Marthea Cooper 1 CONT Mary McGuire was born June 12 1823 1 CONT Rebecca McGuire was born August 25th 1824 1 CONT ? McGuire was born October 5th 1825 (page is water stained. Other recor 1 CONC ds give Margaret) 1 CONT Henry McGuire was born March 14th 1827 1 CONT Augustine McGuire was born April 31 1829 1 CONT Luke McGuire was born April 2nd 1831 1 CONT James McGuire was born November 12 1832 1 CONT Elizabeth McGuire was born February 28th 1835 1 CONT Mark McGuire was born October 23 1837 1 CONT Sarah McGuire was born September 11th 1841 1 CONT Margaret McGuire died March 28th 1831 age 5 years 5 months 17 days 1 CONT ? McGuire died march 31 1831 age 6 years 7 months 7 days (other records sh 1 CONC ows this to be Rebecca) 1 CONT ? McGuire died April 6 1831 age 4 years and 22 days (other records shows t 1 CONC his to be Henry) 1 CONT ? McGuire died December 28th 1871 34 years of his age (other records sho 1 CONC ws this to be Mark also see page 3) 1 CONT Luke McGuire died January 9th 1881 1 CONT 1 CONT 1881 1 CONT (All entries, except last two appear to be in the same hand and ink. The s 1 CONC econd to the last appears to be in different ink. The last is in differe 1 CONC nt hand and ink.) 1 CONT 1 CONT (page 3) 1 CONT Luke McGuire was Born October 20th 1768 x Luke McGu(rest of line not in pi 1 CONC cture) 1 CONT X Margt OHara was Married Jany 30th 1794 1 CONT Henry McGuire was Born Nov 16th 1794 1 CONT Luke McGuire Junr. was Born April y 17th 17(rest of entry lost) 1 CONT Milburg McGuire was Born Feby 16, 1798 1 CONT Mary McGuire was Born July 24, 1799 1 CONT Elizabeth McGuire was Born Sept. 6, 1801 1 CONT Augustine McGuire was Born Sept 5, 1802 1 CONT Margaret McGuire was Born March 27th 1807 1 CONT Anastasia McGuire was Born Augt 28th. 1809 1 CONT Michael McGuire was Born Augt. 28. 1811 1 CONT Catherine McGuire Born April 22nd 1812 1 CONT Monica McGuire Born May 2th 1814 1 CONT (The line drawn in original. All of the above appear to be the same handwr 1 CONC iting. First three line appear to be written at same time.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Augustine McGuire Departed this life Jany 31st, 1828 1 CONT Luke McGuire Departed this life April 17th 1831. 1 CONT Margaret McGuire Departed this life January 10th 1833 1 CONT Henry J. McGuire Departed this life October 8th 1843 1 CONT Michael L McGuire Departed this life December 21st 185(out of picture) 1 CONT Elizabeth McGuire Departed this life June 27th 1870 1 CONT Anne Stastia Departed this life April 30 1875 (a word similar to Shea 1 CONC ls is written above and between Stastia and Departed) 1 CONT Marthea McGuire Departed this life April 10, 1876 (compare to page 2, Mart 1 CONC hea very hard to read) 1 CONT Milburgh McGuire ((Kean) did Dec. 8th 1878 (Kean in () in the original) 1 CONT (All the above written in different handwriting.) 1 CONT 1 CONT (page 4) 1 CONT A list of Marriages in Ye Family of Capt. Michael McGuire 1 CONT 1 CONT Michl McGuire & Rachel Brown were Married October Y 3rd 17 (rest of line n 1 CONC ot in picture, however 1766 is quite clear in picture of page 5) 1 CONT Mother Brown, Died September, Y 2, 1776 1 CONT Capt. MichÂ’l McGuireÂ’s Mother Died September, Y 11, 1776 1 CONT Di,Died November 17th, 1793 1 CONT Ruth McGuire, died 19th May A.D. 1813. (different handwriting than above) 1 CONT Rachael McGuire, relick of Michael McGuire, Departed this life, May 1st, 1 1 CONC 818 in the 76th year of his age (different handwriting than above) 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael Joseph McGuire died on 7 th June A.D. 1835 1 CONT Richard McGuire died January 15th A.D. 1855 (different handwriting) 1 CONT Elaner Mcguire Relich of Richard McGuire Died August 5th 1855 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT (page 5) 1 CONT A List of Births in the Family 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary McGuire was Born Sept. Y 2nd, 1767 1 CONT Luke McGuire was Born October Y 2nd 1768 (could be the 20th, hard to read) 1 CONT Henry McGuire was Born February Y 28, 1770 1 CONT Richard McGuire Born December Y 12th 1773 1 CONT Patience McGuire Born April Y 22nd - - 1775 1 CONT Rachel McGuire Born June Y 11th, - - 1774 1 CONT Ruth McGuire Born Sept. Y 7th - - 1776 1 CONT Appolonia McGuire Born Feb. Y 10th - - 1779 1 CONT Michl McGuire Jun. Born April Y 9th, 1785 1 CONT (These entries look like they were done all at one time) 1 CONT 1 CONT Luke Mcguire Sr. died January the 9 1881 (different handwriting than above 1 CONC ) 1 CONT Mark Mcguire died December 28, 1871 in the 3? year of 1 CONT Miss Beckie Mguire died September the 17th 1882 in the 10th year of her a 1 CONC ge age 1 CONT Jane McGuire Born April the 12th 1831 (different handwriting than above) 1 CONT 1 CONT (page 6) 1 CONT Richard McGuire and Eleanor Byrnes were married May Y 15th 1800 1 CONT Mary Ann McGuire was Born August 31st 1801 1 CONT Rachael Bridget McGuire was Born September 9th 1803 1 CONT Agnes McGuire was Born October 5th 1805 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Agnes McGuire Died March 20th 1806, aged 6 month & 17 Days 1 CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC -----------------------(line in the original) 1 CONT John Zaiber was born the 30th April AD. 1810 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE MY ANALYSIS: There appears to have been five major hands doing the en 1 CONC tries in the McGuire Bible. 1 CONT 1) The same person kept the bible for the entries on the top of pages 4 a 1 CONC nd 5. The entries have the Y between the month and the year. Also the dig 1 CONC it 1 is unique. Perhaps Rachel McGuire made these entries?? 1 CONT 2) The hand which entered Richard on page 6 may have been the same who ent 1 CONC ered Rachel’s death on page 4. The Rs and Ms for the entry for Rachel’s de 1 CONC ath are very similar; however the 8s are very different. The As a 1 CONC nd Gs do not match the entries for pages 4 and 5, so entries were not by t 1 CONC hat person. Perhaps one of the girls made these entries??? 1 CONT 3) A different person did Luke and Margaret (page 3). The H on Henry (pa 1 CONC ge 5) and O’Hara (page 3) are definitely different. So are the Ms on McGui 1 CONC re. Margaret or Luke perhaps made entries?? 1 CONT 4) Then a different person did Luke and Martha. The M in McGuire is very m 1 CONC uch like the M on page 3, but the G in McGuire is very different. The As a 1 CONC re similar. Born is written with a capital letter on page 3 and a small le 1 CONC tter on page 2. The death entries for Richard and Eleanor match the handwr 1 CONC iting on page 2. The death entries at bottom of page 3 match handwriti 1 CONC ng of births of Luke and Martha’s children. However the handwriting loo 1 CONC ks like an older person. This is probably Luke. He writes MarthaÂ’s name v 1 CONC ery similar in marriage record and in death record. 1 CONT 5)Then a different person did Mark and Jane. The marriage entry looks simi 1 CONC lar to the writing on page 2. The births are in a different hand. The dea 1 CONC th entries on page 5 match the handwriting in the births on page 2. Ja 1 CONC ne or Mark perhaps made these entries??? 1 CONT 1 CONT It would appear that the bible passed from Rachel McGuire to son, Luke, w 1 CONC ho passed it to his son, Luke, and then on the Mark. The first entry sa 1 CONC ys 1766 and the last 1882. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ************************************** 1 CONT 1 CONT The Full McGuire Story by Dave Ladely 1 CONT Lucinda McGuire was from “McGuire’s Settlement,” now known as the borou 1 CONC gh of Loretto, located 1 CONT in Allegheny Township of Cambria County, Pennsylvania (1), near the weste 1 CONC rn foothills of the 1 CONT Allegheny mountains, an area originally forested with prime stands of hard 1 CONC wood and pine. 1 CONT The founder of McGuire’s settlement was Mike McGuire, born in Irelan 1 CONC d, who had lived at Pipe 1 CONT Creek, near Taney Town, not far from Baltimore Maryland. Mike McGuire w 1 CONC as truly a 1 CONT frontiersman, a goodsized, strong man who would go on fishing and hunti 1 CONC ng trips, wandering 1 CONT into the hills of Pennsylvania on the Fourth Ridge of the Allegheny Mounta 1 CONC ins. He walked to 1 CONT Conewago, the first Catholic settlement in Pennsylvania, stopped fir 1 CONC st in Petersburg, near 1 CONT Huntingdon, and from there he explored the Allegheny mountains. He to 1 CONC ok a trail from there 1 CONT called the Kittanning Trail, an Indian pathway, up the mountain, which w 1 CONC as a wilderness, and 1 CONT was the first white man to make it to the top of the mountain. The only pe 1 CONC ople he met were 1 CONT Indians. He traded with them as he hunted and fished. He built a hunting c 1 CONC abin not far from the 1 CONT Kittanning Path in this northeastern section and was the first white m 1 CONC an to settle in what is 1 CONT now known as Cambria County, in 1768. About that time, the Land Offi 1 CONC ce in Washington allowed 1 CONT that anyone who wished to could buy land in the wilderness for $5.00 an ac 1 CONC re, so Mike acquired 1 CONT one hundred acres, built a log cabin, and called it McGuire’s Camp. 1 CONT Michael McGuire later served in the Revolutionary War, rising to the ra 1 CONC nk of Captain, and 1 CONT was there after known as Captain Mike McGuire. In 1788, following his serv 1 CONC ice and to escape the 1 CONT constant clashes on the Pennsylvania-Maryland border, he bought several hu 1 CONC ndred acres of land 1 CONT about a mile east of the present borough of Loretto, and brought his fami 1 CONC ly from Baltimore: his 1 CONT wife Rachael Brown, two grown sons, Richard and Luke, a younger son, and f 1 CONC our grown daughters. 1 CONT Since much of the terrain was a mere footpath, too narrow for wagon and te 1 CONC am, this was a 1 CONT laborious 130 mile trip on horseback, with family, supplies, and househo 1 CONC ld possessions. Richard 1 CONT and Luke were athletic, like their father, and at once started to help bui 1 CONC ld a bigger log house 1 CONT for the family down the hill from the old one. So many began building arou 1 CONC nd them that they 1 CONT started calling it “McGuire’s Settlement” and called Captain Michael a 1 CONC nd his sons the “big 1 CONT McGuires.” Eventually the sons built their own homes and were marrie 1 CONT In the course of a few years, several families, relatives of C 1 CONC aptain McGuire, 1 CONT located in the neighborhood, including Lucinda McGuire’s family. Capta 1 CONC in Mike died on 1 CONT November 17, 1793 at age 73, and his sons continued to improve the wildern 1 CONC ess. Mr. Robert 1 CONT Johnson, an early Cambria historian, wrote that Captain Michael was “the f 1 CONC irst white man, who 1 CONT settled practically beyond any dispute within the present bounds of Cambr 1 CONC ia County, today known 1 CONT as Loretto, Pennsylvania.” Gertrude McGuire Billetdeoux relates that “.. 1 CONC .while my [McGuire] 1 CONT ancestors really did start and discover the Western side of the Alleghe 1 CONC ny Mountains, people 1 CONT continued to come from far and near to McGuire’s Settlement. The crafts th 1 CONC ey knew gave work to 1 CONT the settlers, so the population grew by leaps and bounds 1 CONT In 1789, one year after Captain McGuire brought his family to Ca 1 CONC mbria County, in 1 CONT 1789, the Gailbraith Road, located several miles away, was opened over t 1 CONC he Allegheny mountains, 1 CONT providing travel by wagon for the westward bound settlers. During this y 1 CONC ear, more families 1 CONT emigrated to this vicinity. By the following year, priests from eastern P 1 CONC ennsylvania 1 CONT periodically visited this isolated and predominately Roman Catholic settle 1 CONC ment on horseback, 1 CONT conducting services in the settler’s log cabin homes as there were no Cath 1 CONC olic churches in the 1 CONT rural areas. 1 CONT In 1796, Mrs. Luke McGuire (former Margaret O’Hara), only 20 yea 1 CONC rs old, and a 1 CONT companion took a long and dangerous journey on horseback to Conewago, ne 1 CONC ar the Maryland 1 CONT border, to see if a priest would come to minister to Mrs. John Burgoo 1 CONC n, a Protestant who was 1 CONT very sick and begged hard and repeatedly to see a priest. She met a pri 1 CONC est, Father Demetrius 1 CONT Augustine Gallitzin, who rode his horse up through the wilderness to t 1 CONC he settlement to 1 CONT minister to Mrs. Burgoon. Mrs. Burgoon became well; she lived to be conver 1 CONC ted and remained 1 CONT faithful until her death (2)(4). 1 CONT Father Gallitzin had been a young Russian prince who was se 1 CONC nt to the United States in 1 CONT 1792 to go to school. He decided to be a priest, renounced his wealth, w 1 CONC as ordained in 1795, 1 CONT and never returned to Russia. This religious man first exercised his ho 1 CONC ly life in the 1 CONT settlement of Conewago. As laboring in this part of the country became ve 1 CONC ry monotonous, he 1 CONT chose to concentrate his energies on a single locality - the wild, inhospi 1 CONC table region of the 1 CONT Alleghenies. To build a spiritual empire here was the vision which dazzl 1 CONC ed before his mind. It 1 CONT was while coming to these mountains with his followers that the “Gallitz 1 CONC in Spring” had its 1 CONT beginning. 1 CONT Farther Gallitzin was quite taken with the people of the McGui 1 CONC re settlement and 1 CONT decided to stay around after he found there was no Catholic church betwe 1 CONC en Lancaster, 1 CONT Pennsylvania and St. Louis, Missouri. While his mission extended from Hunt 1 CONC ingdon to Greensburg, 1 CONT Father Gallitzin spent most of his time in the development of his favori 1 CONC te colony, the McGuire 1 CONT settlement. He offered the first Mass at McGuire Settlement in Luke McGui 1 CONC re’s log house.(8) 1 CONT Father Gallitzin returned to Baltimore and asked permission fr 1 CONC om Bishop Carroll to 1 CONT stay at McGuire’s Settlement, with the view of forming a settlement for t 1 CONC he benefit of 1 CONT Catholics as most of whom where too poor to purchase land in the lower cou 1 CONC ntries, but it was 1 CONT four years before he could go back and build his church. In 1799, wi 1 CONC th a gift of forty acres 1 CONT of land from Captain McGuire, Father Gallitzin obtained permission to retu 1 CONC rn and establish a 1 CONT church to provide for the spiritual needs of the Allegheny region settler 1 CONC s. In October, 1 CONT bringing only basic altar furnishings and his meager possessions, Father G 1 CONC allitzin (known then 1 CONT as Father Smith) made the trip to the settlement by Conestoga wagon. Wi 1 CONC th the help of 1 CONT parishioners, who were scattered on farms through the forest, a rough-he 1 CONC wn log chapel was 1 CONT constructed that fall. His mother in Russia sent him money and anythi 1 CONC ng he wanted, but he gave 1 CONT it all to the poor people who were trying to get started. There were a l 1 CONC ot of McGuires there 1 CONT by that time and they were very poor. The church was small and he had to b 1 CONC uild a larger one 1 CONT soon after. Later a school for children was establishe 1 CONT A town was needed to meet the expanding needs of the parishioner 1 CONC s, so he laid out the 1 CONT village in 1815 on land he had acquired, naming the settlement “Loretto” f 1 CONC or the Italian 1 CONT coastal town of Loretto that he was very fond of, the location of a famo 1 CONC us shrine, and named 1 CONT streets for Catholic saints.(7) From here, Father Gallitzin devoted h 1 CONC is life to the 1 CONT spiritual needs of his parishioners in many widely scattered locations th 1 CONC at are now established 1 CONT communities, one of which, Gallitzin, is named after him, as is the townsh 1 CONC ip in which the town 1 CONT is situated, immediately to the west of Allegheny township, in which the b 1 CONC orough of Loretto 1 CONT lies. The Hurds were married and baptized their children in St. Michael 1 CONC ’s church in Loretto. 1 CONT Many of his parishioners, including the Hurds, named their children aft 1 CONC er Father Gallitzin. 1 CONT William and Lucinda named one of their sons Demetrius Hurd and another Syl 1 CONC vester Gallitzin Hurd 1 CONT in honor of this priest, who died in 1840. 1 CONT Growth of the village of Loretto continued with the locati 1 CONC on of other religious 1 CONT establishments one of which is the present St. Francis College, found 1 CONC ed by the Franciscans. 1 CONT In 1897, Charles Michael Schwab, a former major figure in t 1 CONC he Pittsburgh steel 1 CONT industry who had grown up in Loretto, decided to give Loretto a gift wi 1 CONC th some of his fortune 1 CONT by replacing the second log church that Father Gallitzin had built to repl 1 CONC ace his small chapel. 1 CONT There were some carpenters in the McGuire family and they, including Edwa 1 CONC rd Augustine McGuire, 1 CONT great-great-grandson of Captain Mike, helped build the new church. Ed McG 1 CONC uire and Sushi Little 1 CONT were the first to get married in the new church of St. Michael’s in Loret 1 CONC to.(8) 1 CONT Charles Schwab added to the prosperity of the town when he cr 1 CONC eated an extensive 1 CONT real estate for a period of time, including an elaborate mansion in 191 1 CONC 6, now being used by the 1 CONT priests of the basilica and the college. The borough of Loretto was incor 1 CONC porated in 1845. 1 CONT In 1996, Rome designated the cathedral of St. Michael’s a minor basilic 1 CONC a, St. Michael the 1 CONT Archangel Basilica, one of fifty in the United States. 1 CONT While the Hurds lived in the area, a tunnel was bored for the f 1 CONC irst time through 1 CONT nearby through Adirondacks for the railroad. In 1848-1849, The Pennsylvan 1 CONC ia Railroad laid out 1 CONT and adapted the Sugar Gap Route, which was the beginning of Industrial dev 1 CONC elopment at the top 1 CONT of the Alleghenies. The “Old Portage Railroad” was in operation for twen 1 CONC ty years when it was 1 CONT given up for the “New Portage Railroad, “which was built in 1853-1854. T 1 CONC he first scheduled 1 CONT train, carrying the railroad officials, passed through from Pittsbur 1 CONC gh to Philadelphia on 1 CONT February 14, 1854. Mr. Lenahan laid the keystone for the first tunne 1 CONT In 1850, at a cost of one half million dollars, the E. Rutter & So 1 CONC ns firm was hired to 1 CONT do the job. Using picks and shovels it took over three hundred men to com 1 CONC plete the first 1 CONT tunnel, known as the Portage Tunnel situated under Tunnel Hill. The Hur 1 CONC ds ran a boardinghouse 1 CONT for the tunnel workers there, keeping the table set 24 hours a day for t 1 CONC he shifts of workers; 1 CONT part of the boarding house was a store they ran, with supplies like cloth 1 CONC es for the tunnel 1 CONT workers and coal miners.(3) The second tunnel, which is the first of t 1 CONC he “Twin Tunnels,” is 1 CONT known as the Allegheny Tunnel and was finished in 1854. Some workers to 1 CONC ok Lucinda through the 1 CONT tunnel, making her the first woman through the tunnel (3). The first of t 1 CONC he “Twin Tunnels” 1 CONT completed the railroad west, after passing around the horseshoe curve. Th 1 CONC is factor made the 1 CONT tunnels so important that they were guarded by the Pennsylvania Railroad P 1 CONC olice during the war 1 CONT years. 1 CONT The village that grew up to serve the tunnel workers and mine 1 CONC rs was formerly a 1 CONT settlement known as “Watt’s Town” because David Watt, presumably a trapp 1 CONC er from Maine, had 1 CONT such vast acres in a large tract of land secured from the government, like 1 CONC ly in recognition of 1 CONT great service in the Revolutionary War. Others soon followed him to fo 1 CONC rm a small settlement. 1 CONT The village was named Gallitzin after Father Gallitzin. A third tunnel, t 1 CONC he second of the Twin 1 CONT Tunnels and known as the Gallitzin Tunnel, was begun in 1902 and finish 1 CONC ed in 1904. 1 CONT These tunnels are the highest and longest tunnels on what was on 1 CONC ce the Pennsylvania 1 CONT Railroad. They are 3,605 feet long and at an elevation of 2, 167 feet. R 1 CONC ailroad buffs have 1 CONT identified the Gallitzin Tunnels a “must” stopover. It provided the visit 1 CONC or a glimpse of the 1 CONT fascinating railroad “past and present.” 1 CONT Beginning on June 20, 1994, through 1995, the Gallitzin Tunnel w 1 CONC as stripped of its 1 CONT tracks and the Allegheny Tunnel was made larger by lowering the tra 1 CONC ck to give clearance for 1 CONT the higher, double stack trailers now being used by the railroads. A seco 1 CONC nd track was also 1 CONT laid in the Allegheny Tunnel. There are now three tracks, one on the eas 1 CONC t-bound tracks and 1 CONT two on the west bound tracks. The newer west-bound tunnel is close to a mi 1 CONC le in length, cutting 1 CONT through Tunnelhill, an elevation actually at the summit of the Allegheny M 1 CONC ountains. 1 CONT Mining and railroading were the two chief occupations for the m 1 CONC en of Gallitzin. In 1 CONT 1854, F. X. Christy opened the first coal-drift, now known as “Number T 1 CONC en Mines.” The 1 CONT “Vindicator” was the first newspaper, edited by James Killduff, a great la 1 CONC bor leader among the 1 CONT miners. 1 CONT Adam Noel and his wife Susan, a cousin of the Hurds, had settl 1 CONC ed in Scott County 1 CONT Iowa and bought land in the area of Dayton Township in Iowa County in 185 1 CONC 5. In 1859, the 1 CONT Noels, still in Scott County, conveyed 20 acres for a Catholic cemetery a 1 CONC nd church to the Right 1 CONT Reverend Clement Smith, Bishop of Dubuque, Iowa, for a Catholic for the s 1 CONC um of $1.00. (9) The 1 CONT cemetery was laid, but the church was not built until later. The Noels e 1 CONC ncouraged their 1 CONT relatives and friends in Pennsylvania, including the Hurds, McGuires, a 1 CONC nd Wagners, to join them 1 CONT in settling on this good farmland. Those in Pennsylvania were all stro 1 CONC ng Catholics living in 1 CONT a close-knit Catholic community and were reluctant to come to Iowa becau 1 CONC se there was no 1 CONT Catholic church in the area.(9) 1 CONT Eventually the Hurds were persuaded to move to Iowa, arriving in Io 1 CONC wa City in 1857, 1 CONT where they hired three teams at $20.00 per team to move them to their dest 1 CONC ination further west. 1 CONT The Hurds had only $1.00 left when they arrived in Dayton Township.(10) T 1 CONC hey farmed north of 1 CONT what is now known as Keswick. No Catholic church was in the area, so t 1 CONC he family made the long 1 CONT trip to Holbrook by wagon to attend religious services at St. Michael’s Ca 1 CONC tholic Church.(9) 1 CONT They took their son Galitzen Hurd to St. Michael’s to be baptize 1 CONT The first church in Armah, St. Paul’s Church of Aurora, was built a 1 CONC fter 1869 and before 1 CONT 1873. The settlement was known as Aurora and didn’t become known as Arm 1 CONC ah until 1895. The 1 CONT second church, St. Mary’s, replaced the first in 1875. 1 CONT A third church, Immaculate Conception Church, replaced St. Mary’s in 191 1 CONC 7.(9) 1 CONT Lambert Hurd recalls that relatives of Lucinda McGuire moved to t 1 CONC he same area of Iowa, 1 CONT saying he remembers a cousin by the name of Bill McGuire and a man named M 1 CONC cGuire from another 1 CONT branch of the McGuire clan. 1 CONT The elder Hurds later moved to Bertrand, Nebraska, not far fr 1 CONC om Lexington, with some 1 CONT of their children (who moved back to Iowa after the death of their parent 1 CONC s) where they spent 1 CONT the rest of their days. They attended Catholic church and are buri 1 CONC ed in nearby Elwood as 1 CONT there were no cemeteries in Bertrand at the time. 1 CONT This researcher, David Ladely, was curious to know why his bran 1 CONC ch of the Ladelys 1 CONT were strongly Catholic while the rest were primarily Methodist, if anythi 1 CONC ng, as they were not 1 CONT known to attend church regularly. When John Henry Ladely married Sarah J 1 CONC ane Hurd, he 1 CONT converted to Catholicism and raised his children in the faith. He and Sar 1 CONC ah are buried in the 1 CONT Mt. Olive Catholic Cemetery in Cheyenne, Wyoming. His son Alvin, my grand 1 CONC father, a devout 1 CONT Catholic married Fannie Gill, a devoutly religious Protestant who convert 1 CONC ed to Catholicism; 1 CONT they were strong supporters of their church in West Seattle and raised the 1 CONC ir sons in the faith. 1 CONT They are buried in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in Seattle, Washingto 1 CONT (1) “Bicentennial History of Loretto, Pennsylvania”; pub. Damin Pri 1 CONC nting Ebensburg, PA 1 CONT and Cresson, PA library. 1 CONT (2) “Wagner Family History”, provided by the Poweshiek County Hist 1 CONC orical Society, 1 CONT Montezuma, Iowa. 1 CONT (3) Information provided by Lambert Hurd. 1 CONT (4) “World Family Tree” archives, CD#5, family tree #0643, Burgo 1 CONC on family portion of 1 CONT Cherry Family History. 1 CONT (5) “McGuire and Delaney Families”, provided by Cambria County His 1 CONC torical Society, 1 CONT Ebensburg, PA 1 CONT (6) Prince Gallitzin Chapel House, source: Holy Bible, Translati 1 CONC on Latin Vulgate, THE 1 CONT CLEMENTINE EDITION PHILADELPHIA, M.C.C.C.X.C. - November, 1748, provid 1 CONC ed by Cambria County 1 CONT Historical Society. 1 CONT (7) “Loretto”, by A. C. Towner, no. 14, short history of town, pro 1 CONC vided by Cambria 1 CONT County Historical Society. 1 CONT (8) “The McGuires of Loretto,” by Gertrude McGuire Billetdeou 1 CONC x, in the Mt. Herald 1 CONT news, issue of December 4, 1996, provided by the Cambria County Historic 1 CONC al Society. (In a 1 CONT conversation with this researcher, Ms. Billetdeoux, daughter of Ed McGuir 1 CONC e, great-great 1 CONT grandson of Captain Michael McGuire, said she was not familiar with Lucin 1 CONC da McGuire and 1 CONT believed that Lucinda was from a different branch of the family 1 CONT (9) “Armah Immaculate Conception Church and Cemetery,” by Mrs. Willi 1 CONC am K. Wagner 1 CONT (formerly Margaret M. Van Dee Kerkove), 1969; provided by Iowa County Hist 1 CONC orical Society, 1 CONT Vignette No. 148, January 1991. 1 CONT (10) Lambert Manning Hurd, 1997. 1 CONT 1 CONT McGuire family history resources; 1 CONT Cambria County Historical Society, 615 N. Central St., Ebensbur 1 CONC g, PA 15931, 814) 1 CONT 472-6674, provided records on Loretto. 1 CONT “Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania”, volumes II and II 1 CONC I; published: Rev. 1 CONT Albert H. Ledoux, 2329 Fourth St., Altoona, PA 16601 1 CONT Loretto Historical Society 1 CONT Frank Seymour, 101 St. Mary St., Loretto, PA 1940; (814) 472- 627 1 CONC 9; history only, no 1 CONT genealogy. 1 CONT Blanche McGuire, 926 Cherry St., Pittsburgh, PA 15295; (412)921-442 1 CONC 1; direct descendant 1 CONT of Capt. Mike McGuire, researches both family and history of area, provid 1 CONC ed Catholic Records. 1 CONT Charles A. Miller, 110 Webster Hill Rd, Cresson, PA 16630; (814)886- 1 CONC 5437 1 CONT 1 CONT Further information, comments, etc.,, please contact: Dave Lade 1 CONT 4012 3rd avenue NW, Seattle, WA 98107 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0237@ INDI 1 NAME Rachel /Brown/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0027@ 0 @I0238@ INDI 1 NAME Edwin Tobias /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 JUL 1873 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 MAY 1955 2 PLAC St. Benedict's 1 FAMS @F0289@ 1 FAMC @F0039@ 0 @I0239@ INDI 1 NAME Ellen Jane /Thomas/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 DEC 1925 2 PLAC Patton PA 1 FAMS @F0072@ 1 NOTE @NI0239@ 0 @NI0239@ NOTE 1 CONC Information from 1 CONT Jeanette Byrnes Mailloux 1 CONT 165 Westmeath Drive 1 CONT Moore, SC 29369 1 CONT Recieved by Ed Byrnes 26 March 2005 0 @I0240@ INDI 1 NAME Donald J. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1930 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1934 1 FAMC @F0176@ 0 @I0241@ INDI 1 NAME Ludwig /Wysong/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1678 2 PLAC Strasburg, Alsace-Lorrain, Germany 1 DEAT 2 DATE SEP 1784 2 PLAC Heidlburg Twp, York Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0198@ 1 FAMC @F0386@ 0 @I0242@ INDI 1 NAME Victor /Gibas/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0002@ 0 @I0243@ INDI 1 NAME Susanna /Dobus/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0002@ 0 @I0244@ INDI 1 NAME Donna Marie /Gibas/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 JUL 1948 2 PLAC Spangler, Cambria Co., PA 1 FAMS @F0199@ 1 FAMC @F0168@ 0 @I0245@ INDI 1 NAME Allen /Jones/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 FEB 1952 1 FAMS @F0005@ 0 @I0246@ INDI 1 NAME Mary "Elsie" /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE OCT 1888 2 PLAC Cambria Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1957 2 PLAC St. Bernards Hastings PA 1 FAMS @F0132@ 1 FAMC @F0175@ 0 @I0247@ INDI 1 NAME Edward Richard /Lloyd/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1947 1 FAMS @F0199@ 0 @I0248@ INDI 1 NAME Deanna /Lloyd/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 NOV 1966 1 FAMS @F0272@ 1 FAMC @F0199@ 0 @I0249@ INDI 1 NAME Edward /Lloyd/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 DEC 1969 1 FAMS @F0273@ 1 FAMC @F0199@ 0 @I0250@ INDI 1 NAME Lynette /Lloyd/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0199@ 0 @I0251@ INDI 1 NAME Charlene Francis /Gibas/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 FEB 1958 2 PLAC Spangler, Cambria Co., PA 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 FEB 1958 1 FAMS @F0005@ 1 FAMC @F0168@ 0 @I0252@ INDI 1 NAME Ralph LaRue /Beaire/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0202@ 0 @I0253@ INDI 1 NAME Janice Twitchell Eichinger /Beaire/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0202@ 1 FAMS @F0475@ 1 FAMC @F0140@ 0 @I0254@ INDI 1 NAME Helen Rae Twitchell /Morin/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 MAR 1907 2 PLAC Mansfield, OH 1 FAMS @F0140@ 0 @I0255@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Buck/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 MAY 1801 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 APR 1874 1 FAMS @F0028@ 1 FAMC @F0684@ 0 @I0256@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Buck/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 MAY 1832 2 PLAC Loretto PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 NOV 1881 2 PLAC Carrolltown PA 1 FAMS @F0107@ 1 FAMC @F0028@ 1 NOTE @NI0256@ 0 @NI0256@ NOTE 1 CONC Notes for THOMAS BUCK: 1 CONT BUCK-Died, in Carroll township, on Friday night, Nov. 11, 1881, of typho 1 CONC id fever, Mr. THOMAS BUCK, aged about 50 years. The deceased was a brother 1 CONC -in-law of Treasurer-elect Kennedy, of this place, and well worthy of t 1 CONC he esteem, which he fully enjoyed, of a large circle of friends and acquai 1 CONC ntances, all of whom will join with us in extending their sincere sympathi 1 CONC es to his bercaved (sic) wife and children. May his soul rest in peace. 0 @I0257@ INDI 1 NAME Anacetus James "C.J." /Bearer/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 JAN 1888 2 PLAC Susquahanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 JAN 1963 2 PLAC St. Bernards Hastings PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Bernard's cemetery, Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0132@ 1 FAMC @F0133@ 0 @I0258@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Buck/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 FEB 1834 2 PLAC Loretto PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 DEC 1911 2 PLAC Carrolltown PA 1 FAMS @F1080@ 1 FAMC @F0028@ 0 @I0259@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah Ann /Buck/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 JUN 1836 1 FAMS @F0685@ 1 FAMC @F0028@ 0 @I0260@ INDI 1 NAME Susan /Buck/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 MAY 1838 2 PLAC Loretto PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1900 1 FAMS @F0686@ 1 FAMC @F0028@ 0 @I0261@ INDI 1 NAME John Byrne /Jr./ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1793 2 PLAC St. Mary's Lane, Dublin, Ireland 1 DEAT 2 DATE FEB 1840 2 PLAC Byrnesville, near Barnesboro, Cambria Co. 1 FAMS @F0001@ 1 FAMC @F0104@ 1 NOTE @NI0261@ 0 @NI0261@ NOTE 1 CONC 1 CONT All within the lines below from Beth Rykus 1 CONT ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ************************************************************************** 1 CONC *************** 1 CONT Descendants of John Byrne, Jr 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 1 1 CONT 1 CONT 1. John2 Byrne, Jr (John1) was born 1790 in St. Mary's Lane, Dublin, Ir 1 CONC eland, and died February 1840 in Byrnesville, near Barnesboro, Cambria Cou 1 CONC nty, Pennsylvania. He married Mary Ann Bender June 11, 1811 in Loretto, C 1 CONC ambria County, Pennsylvania, daughter of John Bender and Elizabeth (Bender 1 CONC ). She was born September 29, 1793 in Germany, and died December 31, 18 1 CONC 80 in Byrnesville, near Barnesboro, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for John Byrne, Jr: 1 CONT In a conversation with Jack Byrnes (John Edward "Jack" Byrnes 1927-200 1 CONC 7) on July 9, 2005, Edward A. Byrnes learned that it was Jack and Willi 1 CONC am R. (Dick) Byrnes that added the legible stone at the gravesite of Jo 1 CONC hn Byrne, Jr and Mary Ann Bender near the white chapel (St. Joseph's Chur 1 CONC ch Cemetery) at Hart's Sleeping Place. I had noticed the stone in Octob 1 CONC er of 2003 and wondered who put the stone there. This John Byrne Jr. wou 1 CONC ld be the great-great-grandfather of Jack and Dick. [Ed Byrnes] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899): p. 102 1 CONT BYRNE John and Mary Ann Bender. Married June 11, 1811. James, Thomas, M 1 CONC ary Ann Elizabeth, Henry, Agnes Ann. (1813-24.) 1 CONT 1 CONT John Jr was the first settler to cross Chest Creek and settle a farm lat 1 CONC er owned by John Eckenrode. (Daniel Byrne, 1974) 1 CONT 1 CONT Founding Families of Loretto by Edmund J. Adams 1 CONT John Byrne, Jr. (son of John Sr.) 1 CONT 1807 Gallitzin Petition 1 CONT 1810 Pascal Confession 1 CONT 1813 Pascal Confession 1 CONT m. Mary Ann Bender at Loretto 6/11/1811 1 CONT c. James, Thomas, Mary Ann Elizabeth, Henry, Agnes Ann (1813-1824) 1 CONT [Ed Byrnes] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1820 Census, Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT 1830 Census, Susquehanna Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania 1 CONT Byrne, John, 1 male, age 5-10; 1 male, age 10-15; 1 male, age 15-20; 1 mal 1 CONC e, age 30-40; 1 female, age 5-10; 1 female, age 10-15; 1 female, age 30-40 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT John Byrne, Jr. was listed on the St. Joseph's Church Subscription Lis 1 CONC t, 1829. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p. 244, #5524 Byrne, John (m. Mary A. _____) d. 02-n 1 CONC o-day-carved- 1840 50y 1 CONT Burial Inscriptions in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hart's Sleeping Place. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Joseph Cemetery Listing 1 CONT BYRNE, John, Jr. 1790 1840 h/o Mary A. Bender Byrne; Photo 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Ed Byrnes 1 CONT Correspondence - John R. Conrad 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Correspondence - Daniel Byrne 1 CONT World Connect - Marianne Martin 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT 1 CONT More About John Byrne, Jr: 1 CONT Burial: St. Joseph, Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary Ann Bender: 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 (See notes for husband, John Byrne. 1 CONC ) 1 CONT 1 CONT Storey's History of Cambria County, Vol. III, p. 511 1 CONT Emericus Bender, eldest son of John Jacob Bender, was born in Westphali 1 CONC a, Germany, 1785. He was set free by his master at the funeral of George W 1 CONC ashington, whither his master had taken him. He came to Cambria coun 1 CONC ty in the same year, 1799, and was one of the first settlers of Carroll to 1 CONC wnship. He, Conrad Luther and John Byrne, the first three settlers, were p 1 CONC ermitted to buy land at six dollars per acre, no payment being required f 1 CONC or the first six years. They bought a tract of land, four hundred and for 1 CONC ty acres each, and this is the old Henry Bender farm. Later he bought anot 1 CONC her tract of four hundred and forty acres. Emericus walked to Philadelphi 1 CONC a, in 1810, to get his sister, Mary Ann, whose time had expired, and she w 1 CONC as married one year later to John Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1840 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pa: 1 CONT Burns, Mary, 1 male, age 15-20; 1 male, age 20-30; 1 female, age 15-2 1 CONC 0; 1 female, age 20-30; 1 female, age 50-60. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1850, Mary A. Byrnes, age 59, b. Germany, is living with son and wif 1 CONC e, Henry and Elizabeth Byrnes. They are in Susquehanna Township. Henry 1 CONC 's brother, Jacob, age 37, is also living there. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 215, Line 28 1 CONT Mary A. BURNES, age 69, assets $150, b. Prussia 1 CONT Elizabeth, age 30, dressmaker, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT Named in father's will as Mary Ann Byrns. 1 CONT 1 CONT John Conrad has month of birth as July. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Joseph Cemetery Listing 1 CONT BYRNE, Mary Ann Bender 1793 1880 w/o John Byrne, Jr.; Photo 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - John R. Conrad 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT World Connect - Marianne Martin 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Mary Ann Bender: 1 CONT Age at Death: 87 years, 3 months, 2 days 1 CONT Age at Marriage: June 11, 1811, 17 years, 8 months, 13 days 1 CONT Burial: St. Joseph, Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Name Variation: Maria Anna; Burns 1 CONT 1 CONT Marriage Notes for John Byrne and Mary Bender: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 146, #03038 Byrne, Joannes (p.o.) m. 06-11-18 1 CONC 11 Maria Anna Bender (p.o.) wi: omitted DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT BYRNE John and Mary Ann Bender. Married June 11, 1811. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About John Byrne and Mary Bender: 1 CONT Marriage: June 11, 1811, Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Name of Church: St. Michael's Catholic Church 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of John Byrne and Mary Bender are: 1 CONT +2i.Jacob (James)3 Byrne, born April 08, 1813 in Loretto, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania; died May 13, 1890. 1 CONT +3ii.Thomas J. Byrne, born September 05, 1815 in Loretto, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania; died November 11, 1886 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pe 1 CONC nnsylvania. 1 CONT 4iii.Mary Ann Elizabeth Byrne, born July 02, 1818 in Carrolltown, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania; died January 01, 1904 in Hastings, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary Ann Elizabeth Byrne: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 35, #00756 Byrne, Maria Anna Elisabeth (Joannis/Ma 1 CONC riae Annae) b. 07-02 bp. 08-16-1818 gp: Jacobus Bender/Mary Anna Elizabe 1 CONC th Bender DAG. [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents, John Byrne and Mary Ann Bender. 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Hastings, Pa. Friday, January 8, 1904 1 CONT ELIZABETH BYRNES DEAD: She Was A Cripple for Seventy-five Years 1 CONT Miss Elizabeth Byrnes, who made her home with her nephew, Gust Mille 1 CONC r, on Spangler Street [Hastings], this place, died at 12:24 New Yea 1 CONC rs of complications incident to old age, at the age of 86 years and 6 mon 1 CONC ths. She was born in Carrolltown, and at the age of twelve years beca 1 CONC me a cripple.... 1 CONT Burial was at St. Joseph's Church and Cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria Freeman, Ebensburg, Pa. Friday, January 8, 1904 1 CONT Miss Elizabeth Byrne 1 CONT Miss Elizabeth Byrne died in Hastings, January 1, 1904, from the infirmi 1 CONC ties of old age, aged eighty-five years and six months. 1 CONT She was born July 2, 1818, and was baptized by Father Gallitzin at Lore 1 CONC tto, her parents then living at a place that was afterwards known as the J 1 CONC ohn Flick farm near Carrolltown. 1 CONT Her father, John Byrne, was born in Ireland and came to this county wi 1 CONC th his parents about the year of 1793. In 1811 he married Mary Ann Bende 1 CONC r, a daughter of John Jacob Bender, who with his family came from Westphal 1 CONC ia, Germany and settled near Loretto about one hundred years ago. 1 CONT John Byrne was one of the first settlers in Northern Cambria, having mo 1 CONC ved to Susquehanna township nearly eighty years ago when it was practical 1 CONC ly a wilderness. 1 CONT Elizabeth Byrne although a cripple from childhood led a life of usefulne 1 CONC ss and activity, she not only did her own house work and cared for an ag 1 CONC ed mother for many years but sewed, spun, knit and quilted for her frien 1 CONC ds and neighbors. In recent years she lived with her niece, Mrs. Jane Dri 1 CONC skel, of Hastings. 1 CONT One sister, Mrs. Agnes Campbell and two brothers, Jacob and Thomas, prec 1 CONC eded her to the grave. One brother, Henry Byrne of Ebensburg survive 1 CONT Her funeral took place Jan. 4 at 9 o’clock a. m. at St. Bernard’s Churc 1 CONC h, Hastings. Interment at St. Joseph’s. R. I. P. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Ed Byrnes 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck, March 12, 1999 1 CONT Cambria Freeman - Obituary 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Mary Ann Elizabeth Byrne: 1 CONT Age at Death: 85 years, 5 months, 30 days 1 CONT Baptism: August 16, 1818, St. Michael's Church, Loretto, Cambria County, P 1 CONC ennsylvania 1 CONT Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria County, Penn 1 CONC sylvania 1 CONT Census: 1860, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1860, Mary A. Byrne, mother [widowed] 1 CONT Godparents: Jacobus Bender/Mary Anna Elizabeth Bender 1 CONT Occupation: 1860, Dressmaker 1 CONT 1 CONT +5iv.Henry Byrne, born August 19, 1821 in Loretto, Cambria County, Penn 1 CONC sylvania; died November 22, 1906 in Susquehanna Township, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT +6v.Agnes Ann Byrne, born June 30, 1824 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pen 1 CONC nsylvania; died April 28, 1851 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 2 1 CONT 1 CONT 2. Jacob (James)3 Byrne (John2, John1) was born April 08, 1813 in Lorett 1 CONC o, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, and died May 13, 1890. He married Mary ' 1 CONC Emily' Weakland February 11, 1851 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylv 1 CONC ania, daughter of John Weakland and Mary Ann Litzinger. She was born Apr 1 CONC il 16, 1823 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, and died July 20, 18 1 CONC 93 in Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Jacob (James) Byrne: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 21, #00469 Byrne, Jacobus (Joannis/Mariae Anna 1 CONC e) b. 04-08 bp. 04-19-1813 gp: Michael Levy & Agnes Levy DAG. [St. Mi 1 CONC chael’s] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents, John Byrne and Mary Ann Bender. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1850, James (Jacob) is living with Henry and Elizabeth Byrne, his au 1 CONC nt and uncle. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Sept) 1 CONT p. 299, Line 3 1 CONT BYRNE, Jacob, age 41, sawyer, assets $250, b. Penn 1 CONT Amelia, age 38, b. Penn 1 CONT John, age 7, b. Penn 1 CONT Luke A., age 5, b. Penn 1 CONT Anastasia, age 4, b. Penn 1 CONT James, age 2, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary E., age 8/12, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 12, Line 7, Munster P.O. 1 CONT BURN, Jacob, age 57, farmer, assets $1200/400, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary A., age 46, keeps house, b. Penn 1 CONT John F., age 16, farm laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Luke, age 15, farm laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Anastatia, age 14, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary, age 10, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT [James E. is not listed here, assume deceased.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 13, ED 206, Line 36 1 CONT BYRNE, Jacob, age 67, farmer, b. Penn, father b. Ireland, mother b. German 1 CONC y 1 CONT Mary, age 57, wife, keeping house, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Francis, age 25, son, laborer, heart disease, b. Penn 1 CONT Luke A., age 24, son, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary E., age 20, daughter, b. Penn 1 CONT Weaklen, John, age 82, father-in-law, b. Penn, father b. Maryland, moth 1 CONC er b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT Jacob owned and operated a farm and sawmill in Byrnesville, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Headstone, St. Joseph's Cemetery: 1 CONT Jacob BYRNE May 13, 1890 72 y (oblit.) 1 CONT (Ledoux has him born 1813 so died age 77) 1 CONT In this plot there is also a space for a grave - unmarked. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Joseph's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT BYRNE, Jacob 13 May 1890 Aged 72y 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Ed Byrnes 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT World Connect - Marianne Martin 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT Obit of Luke A. Byrne, son 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Jacob (James) Byrne: 1 CONT Age at Death: 77 years, 1 month, 5 days 1 CONT Baptism: April 19, 1813, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylva 1 CONC nia 1 CONT Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria County, Penn 1 CONC sylvania 1 CONT Godparents: Michael Leavy & Agnes Leavy 1 CONT Occupation 1: 1860, Sawyer 1 CONT Occupation 2: 1870, Farmer 1 CONT Occupation 3: 1880, Farmer 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary 'Emily' Weakland: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 54, #01159 Weakland, Maria Emilia (Joannis Jr./Ann 1 CONC ae) b. 04-16 bp. 06-08-1823 gp: Guilhelmus Weakland, son of Joannes/Aer 1 CONC ia Weakland, his wife DAG. [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 162 1 CONT Listed with parents John Weakland and Mary Ann Litzinger. 1 CONT 1 CONT Parents named in marriage record. 1 CONT 1 CONT Headstone, St. Joseph's Cemetery: 1 CONT Mary A., wife of Jacob BYRNE July 20, 1893 72 y *On Same Lot Infant 1 CONT [Ledoux has birthdate as 1823, therefore death age 70 y] 1 CONT 1 CONT Not listed in St. Joseph's Cemetery Listing. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Descendant Report - Sandra McCartney 1 CONT World Connect - Marianne Martin 1 CONT Obit of Luke A. Byrne, son 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Mary 'Emily' Weakland: 1 CONT Age at Death.: 70 years, 3 months, 4 days 1 CONT Baptism: June 18, 1823, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvan 1 CONC ia 1 CONT Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria County, Penn 1 CONC sylvania 1 CONT Godparents: William and Airy Weakland 1 CONT Name Variation: Amelia 1 CONT 1 CONT Marriage Notes for Jacob Byrne and Mary Weakland: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. III, p. 248, #5424 Byrns, Jacobus (deceased Joannis/Mari 1 CONC ae Annae Bender) m. 2-11-1851 Amalia Weakland (Joannis/Annae Litzinge 1 CONC r) wi: Adreas Farrell/Apolonia Weakland CEN. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Jacob Byrne and Mary Weakland: 1 CONT Marriage: February 11, 1851, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Name of Church: St. Benedict Church 1 CONT Witnesses: Andrew Farrell and Apolonia Weakland 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Jacob Byrne and Mary Weakland are: 1 CONT 7i.Infant4 Byrne, born Aft. 1851. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Infant Byrne: 1 CONT Headstone, St. Joseph's Cemetery: 1 CONT Buried on same lot as father and mother - no dates. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Infant Byrne: 1 CONT Burial: St. Joseph's Mission (Hart's Sleeping Place) Cemetery, Cambria Cou 1 CONC nty, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT +8ii.John Francis Byrne, born September 12, 1853 in Susquehanna Townshi 1 CONC p, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 1932 in Barnesboro, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT +9iii.Luke Augustine Byrne, born February 15, 1855 in Susquehanna Towns 1 CONC hip, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died September 08, 1942 in Ebensburg, C 1 CONC ambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT +10iv.Anastasia Byrne, born April 23, 1856 in Susquehanna Township, Cam 1 CONC bria County, Pennsylvania; died July 13, 1935. 1 CONT 11v.James E. Byrne, born May 06, 1858 in Susquehanna Township, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania; died Bef. 1870. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for James E. Byrne: 1 CONT Buried on same lot as father and mother - no dates. 1 CONT Headstone, St. Joseph's Cemetery: 1 CONT James C. Son 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Descendant Report - Sandra McCartney 1 CONT 1 CONT More About James E. Byrne: 1 CONT Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria County, Penn 1 CONC sylvania 1 CONT Census: 1860, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1860, Jacob Byrne, father 1 CONT 1 CONT +12vi.Mary Ann Elizabeth Byrne, born December 31, 1859 in Susquehanna T 1 CONC ownship, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died 1936. 1 CONT 13vii.Agnes Lucretia Byrne, born July 22, 1861 in Carrolltown, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania; died December 25, 1861 in Carrolltown, Cambria Co 1 CONC unty, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Agnes Lucretia Byrne: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. IV, p. 207, #4508 Burns, Agnes Lucretia (Jacob/Emilia We 1 CONC akland) b. 07-22 bp. 09-14-1861 gp: Agnes Nagle/John Weakland OK. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. IV, p. 243, #5287 Byrne, Agnes (d/o J. & A.) d. 12-25-1 1 CONC 861 HSP. 1 CONT 1 CONT Buried on same lot as father and mother - no dates. 1 CONT Headstone, St. Joseph's Cemetery: 1 CONT Agnes Dtr. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT World Connect - Marianne Martin 1 CONT Descendant Report - Sandra McCartney 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Agnes Lucretia Byrne: 1 CONT Age at Death.: 3 months 1 CONT Baptism: September 14, 1861, St. Benedict's, Carrolltown, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria County, Penn 1 CONC sylvania 1 CONT Godparents: Agnes Nagle/John Weakland 1 CONT 1 CONT 3. Thomas J.3 Byrne (John2, John1) was born September 05, 1815 in Lorett 1 CONC o, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, and died November 11, 1886 in Carrolltow 1 CONC n, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. He married Sarah A. Weakland April 24, 1 1 CONC 838 in Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, daughter of Mi 1 CONC chael Weakland and Mary Gardner. She was born February 28, 1819 in Susque 1 CONC hanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, and died February 14, 18 1 CONC 94 in Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Thomas J. Byrne: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 27, #00579 Byrne, Thomas (Joannis/Mariae Anna 1 CONC e) b. 09-05 bp. 10-02-1815 gp: Emericus Bender/ Martha Bender DAG. [S 1 CONC t. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents, John Byrne and Mary Ann Bender. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT Line 41 1 CONT Thomas BYRNE, age 35, farmer, assets $100, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah A., age 30, b. Penn 1 CONT Catherine, age 11, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary J., age 9, b. Penn 1 CONT Augustine, age 7, b. Penn 1 CONT John, age 5, b. Penn 1 CONT Helen, age 2, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Sept) 1 CONT p. 299, Line 21, Plattville P.O. 1 CONT Thomas J. BYRNE, age 45, farmer, assets $500/400, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah A., age 40, b. Penn 1 CONT Catherine, age 21, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary J., age 19, b. Penn 1 CONT Thomas, age 8, b. Penn 1 CONT Susan, age 5, b. Penn 1 CONT Isabel, age 2, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 12, Line 1, Munster P.O. 1 CONT BURN, Thomas, age 54, farmer, assets $600/450, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah, age 50, keeps house, b. Penn 1 CONT Catherni, age 30, house maid, b. Penn [Catherine] 1 CONT Thomas, age 13 [sic-18], farm laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Susan, age 15, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Joseph, age 9, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 16, ED 206, Line 35 1 CONT BYRNE, Thomas J., age 65, farmer, b. Penn, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ge 1 CONC rmany 1 CONT Sarah A., age 60, wife, keeping house, b. Penn, father b. Maryland, moth 1 CONC er b. Penn 1 CONT Robert, age 18, son, single, laborer on farm, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Ed Byrnes 1 CONT Correspondence - John R. Conrad 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck, March 12, 1999 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Thomas J. Byrne: 1 CONT Age at Death: 71 years, 2 months, 6 days 1 CONT Baptism: October 02, 1815, St. Michael's Church, Loretto, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Godparents: Emericus Bender/ Martha Bender 1 CONT Name Variation: Burns 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Sarah A. Weakland: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 47, #01003 Weakland, Sara Anna (Michaelis/Maria 1 CONC e) b. 2-28-1819 bp. 09-21-1821 gp: Guilhelmus Weakland/Barbara Weakla 1 CONC nd DAG. [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 161 1 CONT Listed with parents, Michael Weakland and Mary Gardner. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria County Death Records. Courthouse, Ebensburg, Pennsylvania 1 CONT BYRNE, Sara Ann. Female. Age 74. Widow. Born Susquehanna. died Februa 1 CONC ry 14, 1894, in Susquehanna. "Grip." Buried in St. Joseph's [Hart's Slee 1 CONC ping Place,] February 16, 1894. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Tribune, Hastings, PA, F 16 FEB 1894, page 1 1 CONT Mrs. Sarah Ann Byrnes, one of the oldest and most respected ladies of Susq 1 CONC uehanna Township, died on Wednesday, at the age of 72 years. Her remains w 1 CONC ere enterred in the cemetery at the old St. Joseph's Church, between th 1 CONC is place and Carrolltown today. Mrs. Byrnes is survived by a number of chi 1 CONC ldren, among whom are Thomas and Robert J. Byrnes, well known citize 1 CONC ns of Susquehanna Township. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Correspondence - John R. Conrad 1 CONT GedCom File - Debbie Bone 1 CONT The Tribune - Obituary 1 CONT Cambria County Death Records 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Sarah A. Weakland: 1 CONT Name Variation: Sara Ann Weakland 1 CONT Age at Death: 74 years, 11 months, 17 days 1 CONT Baptism: September 23, 1821, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria County, Penns 1 CONC ylvania 1 CONT Burial: St. Joseph's, Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Godparents: William Weakland/Barbara Weakland 1 CONT 1 CONT Marriage Notes for Thomas Byrne and Sarah Weakland: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 257, #05409 Byrne, Thomas m. 04-24-1838 Sarah Wae 1 CONC kland at St. Joseph's PHL. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Thomas Byrne and Sarah Weakland: 1 CONT Marriage: April 24, 1838, Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria County, Pennsylva 1 CONC nia 1 CONT Name of Church: St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Thomas Byrne and Sarah Weakland are: 1 CONT 14i.Catherine4 Byrne, born 1839 in Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Catherine Byrne: 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Catherine Byrne: 1 CONT Census 1: 1850, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 2: 1860, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 3: 1870, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household 1: 1850, Thomas Byrne, father 1 CONT Census Household 2: 1860, Thomas Byrne, father 1 CONT Census Household 3: 1870, Thomas Byrne, father 1 CONT Occupation: 1870, House maid 1 CONT 1 CONT 15ii.Mary J. Byrne, born 1841 in Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary J. Byrne: 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Mary J. Byrne: 1 CONT Census 1: 1850, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 2: 1860, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household 1: 1850, Thomas Byrne, father 1 CONT Census Household 2: 1860, Thomas Byrne, father 1 CONT 1 CONT 16iii.Augustine Byrne, born 1844 in Pennsylvania; died May 06, 1851. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Augustine Byrne: 1 CONT Headstone, St. Joseph's Cemetery: 1 CONT Augustine BYRNE May 6, 1851 7 y 1844 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Augustine Byrne: 1 CONT Age at Death.: 7 years 1 CONT Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria County, Penn 1 CONC sylvania 1 CONT Census: 1850, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1850, Thomas Byrne, father 1 CONT 1 CONT +17iv.John A. Byrne, born 1845 in Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 18v.Helen (Ellen?) Byrne, born 1848 in Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Helen (Ellen?) Byrne: 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Helen (Ellen?) Byrne: 1 CONT Census: 1850, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1850, Thomas Byrne, father 1 CONT 1 CONT +19vi.Thomas J. Byrne, born April 03, 1852 in Pennsylvania; died June 1 1 CONC 8, 1934. 1 CONT 20vii.Susan Byrne, born 1855 in Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Susan Byrne: 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Susan Byrne: 1 CONT Census 1: 1860, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 2: 1870, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household 1: 1860, Thomas Byrne, father 1 CONT Census Household 2: 1870, Thomas Byrne, father 1 CONT 1 CONT 21viii.Isabelle Byrne, born 1858 in Pennsylvania; died Bef. 1870. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Isabelle Byrne: 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Isabelle Byrne: 1 CONT Census: 1860, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1860, Thomas Byrne, father 1 CONT 1 CONT +22ix.Joseph 'Robert' Byrnes, born June 29, 1861 in Carrolltown, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania; died March 30, 1914. 1 CONT 1 CONT 5. Henry3 Byrne (John2, John1) was born August 19, 1821 in Loretto, Camb 1 CONC ria County, Pennsylvania, and died November 22, 1906 in Susquehanna Townsh 1 CONC ip, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. He married (1) Elizabeth (Byrne) Abt. 1 1 CONC 838. She was born Abt. 1821 in Pennsylvania, and died Bef. 1855. He marr 1 CONC ied (2) Mary Ann Weakland April 23, 1855 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, P 1 CONC ennsylvania, daughter of William Weakland and Arimenta Burgoon. She was b 1 CONC orn December 15, 1822 in Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, a 1 CONC nd died December 07, 1894 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Henry Byrne: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 46-47, #01001 Byrne, Henricus (Joannis/Mariae Anna 1 CONC e) b. 08-19 bp. 09-23-1821 gp: Henricus Bender/(1) Maria Anna Maguir 1 CONC e, d. of Michael (2) Sara Byrne, wife of Joannes Blatt DAG. [St. Michae 1 CONC l's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents, John Byrne and Mary Ann Bender. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT Line 36 1 CONT Henry BYRNES, age 28, farmer, assets $500, b. Penn 1 CONT Elizabeth, age 32, b. Penn 1 CONT Jacob, age 37, laborer, assets $400, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary A., age 59, b. Germany 1 CONT Catherine, age 11, b. Penn 1 CONT [Mary is Henry's mother and Jacob, his brother. Catherine is his daught 1 CONC er from his first marriage to Elizabeth ?] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County , Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 113, Line 39, Carrolltown P.O. 1 CONT Henry BURNES, age 39, farmer, assets $500/600, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary, age 37, b. Penn [second wife] 1 CONT (next page) 1 CONT Lucinda, age 4, b. Penn 1 CONT Emly, age 2, b. Penn 1 CONT William, age 8/12, b. Penn 1 CONT John DELOZIER, age 16, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County , Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT p. 10, Line 13, Munster P.O. 1 CONT BURNS, Henry, age 48, farmer, assets $2000/673, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary, age 47, keeps house, b. Penn 1 CONT Lucinda, age 14, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary, age 12, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT William, age 10, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Edward, age 8, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Elen, age 6, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census, Cambria Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 226, ED 209, Line 40 1 CONT BYRNE, Henry, age 58, farmer, b. Penn, father b. Ireland, mother b. German 1 CONC y 1 CONT Mary, age 57, wife, keeping house, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Lucinda, age 24, daughter, single, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Edward, age 19, son, single, working on farm, b. Penn 1 CONT Ella H or M, age 16, daughter, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1900 Census, Ebensburg, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT ED 118, Sheet 3A, Line 30 1 CONT BYRNE, Henry, head, Aug 1821, age 78, widowed, b. Penn, father b. Irelan 1 CONC d, mother b. Germany, retired farmer 1 CONT Ella H., daughter, Apr 1864, age 36, single, b. Penn, nurse 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Ed Byrnes 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck, March 12, 1999 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Patricia Wiggins, Charles Lantzy 1 CONT WFT Vol. 02 - #2149, J. Godesky. 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens. 1 CONT Obit of William H. Byrne, son 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Henry Byrne: 1 CONT Age at Death: 85 years, 3 months, 3 days 1 CONT Baptism: September 23, 1821, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria County, Penns 1 CONC ylvania 1 CONT Burial: Holy Name Cemetery, Ebensburg, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Godparents: Henry Bender, Mary Ann Maguire, and Sara Byrne 1 CONT Marriage Status: 1900, Widowed 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Elizabeth (Byrne): 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Elizabeth (Byrne): 1 CONT Census: 1850, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1850, Henry Byrne, husband 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Henry Byrne and Elizabeth (Byrne): 1 CONT Marriage: Abt. 1838 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary Ann Weakland: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 52, #01127 Weakland, Maria (Guilhelmi/Ariae) b. 12 1 CONC -15-1822 bp. 02-23-1823 gp: Augustinus Maguire/Alicia Murphy DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 161. 1 CONT Listed with parents, William Weakland and Airy Burgoon. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cemetery Listing, PRE-1901 INSCRIPTIONS FROM OLD HOLY NAME CEMETERY, EBENS 1 CONC BURG, Pennsylvania. BYRNE, Mary (Weakland) (m. Henry) d. - 1894 (b. 182 1 CONC 2) 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary Ann WEAKLAND was b Dec 15 1822, Pennsylvania. d/o William Weakla 1 CONC nd & Araminta Burgoon. She was bapt Feb 23 1823, St. Michael Ch., Lorett 1 CONC o, Pennsylvania by Fr. D. A. Gallitzin.1 Sponsors: Augustine Maguire & Ala 1 CONC cia Murphy. She d Feb 28 1860. She was bur St. Benedict Cem., Carrolltow 1 CONC n, Pennsylvania. She was m to Henry BYRNE on Apr 23 1855 in St. Benedict C 1 CONC h., Carrolltown, Pennsylvania. Witness: Anselm Weakland & Sophia Elder. 1 CONT 1 CONT Discrepancy on burial place and death date. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 184. 1 CONT M'Combie, Mrs. Wm. (Mary Ann Weakland) b. Dec. 15, 1822 d. Dec. 7, 1894 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Charles Lantzy 1 CONT Obit of William H. Byrne, son 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Mary Ann Weakland: 1 CONT Age at Death: 71 years, 11 months, 22 days 1 CONT Baptism: February 23, 1823, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsy 1 CONC lvania 1 CONT Burial: Holy Name Cemetery, Ebensburg, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 1: 1850, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 2: 1860, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 3: 1870, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 4: 1880, Cambria Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household 1: 1850, William Weakland, father 1 CONT Census Household 2: 1860, Henry Byrne, husband 1 CONT Census Household 3: 1870, Henry Byrne, husband 1 CONT Census Household 4: 1880, Henry Byrne, husband 1 CONT Godparents: Augustine McGuire and Alice Murphy 1 CONT 1 CONT Marriage Notes for Henry Byrne and Mary Weakland: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. III, p. 251, #5493 Byrne, Henricum m. omitted Maria We 1 CONC akland wi: Anselmus Weakland/Sophia Elder JBS. [St. Benedict's] 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Henry Byrne and Mary Weakland: 1 CONT Marriage: April 23, 1855, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Name of Church: St. Benedict's Church 1 CONT Witnesses: Anselm Weakland and Sophia Elder 1 CONT 1 CONT Child of Henry Byrne and Elizabeth (Byrne) is: 1 CONT 23i.Catherine4 Byrne, born 1839 in Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Catherine Byrne: 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Catherine Byrne: 1 CONT Census: 1850, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1850, Henry Byrne, father 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Henry Byrne and Mary Weakland are: 1 CONT +24i.Lucinda C.4 Byrne, born November 30, 1855 in Cambria County, Penns 1 CONC ylvania; died December 08, 1941. 1 CONT 25ii.Margaret Amelia Byrne, born February 19, 1858 in Carroll Townshi 1 CONC p, Cambria County , Pennsylvania; died 1873. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Margaret Amelia Byrne: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. IV, p. 180, #4032 Burns, Marg. Amalia (Henry/Mary Weakla 1 CONC nd, Americans) b. 02-19 bp. 02-24-1858 gp: Michael & Margaretha Weakla 1 CONC nd -- all residing in Carroll Township. PGB. [St. Benedict's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Named as Mary in 1870 census. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Jean Sharbaugh. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Margaret Amelia Byrne: 1 CONT Baptism: February 24, 1858, St. Benedict, Carrolltown, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 1: 1860, Carroll Township, Cambria County , Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 2: 1870, Carroll Township, Cambria County , Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household 1: 1860, Henry Byrne, father 1 CONT Census Household 2: 1870, Henry Byrne, father 1 CONT Godparents: Michael and Margaret Weakland 1 CONT Nickname: Emma; Emily 1 CONT 1 CONT +26iii.William Henry Byrne, born December 02, 1859 in Cambria County, P 1 CONC ennsylvania; died September 15, 1937 in Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a. 1 CONT 27iv.John 'Edward' Byrne, born September 11, 1861 in Cambria County , P 1 CONC ennsylvania; died 1919. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for John 'Edward' Byrne: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. IV p. 207, #4510 Byrne, Joannem Eduardum (Henrici/Mari 1 CONC ae Weakland) b. 09-11 bp. 09-17-1861 gp: Joannes Bearer/Maria Weakla 1 CONC nd PP. [St. Benedict’s] 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Jean Sharbaugh, August 15, 2001 1 CONT 1 CONT More About John 'Edward' Byrne: 1 CONT Baptism: September 17, 1861, St. Benedict, Carrolltown, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 1: 1870, Carroll Township, Cambria County , Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 2: 1880, Cambria Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household 1: 1870, Henry Byrne, father 1 CONT Census Household 2: 1880, Henry Byrne, father 1 CONT Godparents: John Bearer and Mary Weakland 1 CONT Name Variation: Edward J. 1 CONT Occupation: 1880, Works on farm 1 CONT 1 CONT 28v.Ellen H. Byrne, born March 14, 1864 in Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambr 1 CONC ia County , Pennsylvania; died November 12, 1908 in Coraopolis, Alleghe 1 CONC ny County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Ellen H. Byrne: 1 CONT Baptism not found in Ledoux CVR. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Daily Tribune, Friday, Nov. 13, 1908 1 CONT DIED WHILE ON VISIT 1 CONT Miss Ella H. Byrne, of Ebensburg, Went to Coraopolis and Expired There 1 CONT From a Staff Correspondent. 1 CONT Ebensburg, Nov. 13.- Miss Ella H. Byrne, of this place, who went to Coraop 1 CONC olis Monday of last week to visit her brother [John] Edward, was taken i 1 CONC ll there last Saturday and died at 10 o'clock yesterday morning of pneumon 1 CONC ia. Miss Byrne had gone to Coraopolis to see her brother who is ill of ty 1 CONC phoid fever at the present time. 1 CONT Miss Ella H. Byrne was a daughter of the late Henry and Mary [Ann Weakl 1 CONC and] Byrne, who lived in Cambria Township and Ebensburg since 1870. Mr. B 1 CONC yrne died in November, 1906, and Mrs. Byrne expired about eight years ag 1 CONC o. Miss Ella H. Byrne was born March 14, 1864, at which time her paren 1 CONC ts resided at what is known as Hart's Sleeping Place, not far from Carroll 1 CONC town. She is survived by two brothers - Edward, mentioned before, and Wil 1 CONC liam H. of Cresson - and by one sister, Mrs. T.C. O'Donnell of near Pittsb 1 CONC urg. 1 CONT The remains of the young lady arrived here this afternoon and were tak 1 CONC en to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Evan C. Evans of High street, where she ma 1 CONC de her home. In the Holy Name Catholic Church a requiem high mass wi 1 CONC ll be said at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning by the pastor, the Rev. H. M. O'N 1 CONC eill. Interment will be made in the old Catholic cemetery adjoining the c 1 CONC hurch. 1 CONT 1 CONT [bcr note: T.C. O'Donnell may be Timothy O'Donovan, m. to Lucinda Byrne.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Jean Sharbaugh, August 15, 2001 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Ellen H. Byrne: 1 CONT Burial: Holy Name Cemetery, Ebensburg, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 1: 1870, Carroll Township, Cambria County , Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 2: 1880, Cambria Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 3: 1900, Ebensburg, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household 1: 1870, Henry Byrne, father 1 CONT Census Household 2: 1880, Henry Byrne, father 1 CONT Census Household 3: 1900, Henry Byrne, father 1 CONT Name Variation: Elizabeth H. 1 CONT Occupation: 1900, Nurse 1 CONT 1 CONT 6. Agnes Ann3 Byrne (John2, John1) was born June 30, 1824 in Loretto, Ca 1 CONC mbria County, Pennsylvania, and died April 28, 1851 in Carrolltown, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania. She married Henry * J. Campbell February 29, 18 1 CONC 48 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, son of John Campbell a 1 CONC nd Susan Myers. He was born March 31, 1827 in near Ashville, Cambria Coun 1 CONC ty, Pennsylvania, and died September 06, 1908 in Altoona, Blair County, Pe 1 CONC nnsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Agnes Ann Byrne: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 60, #01291 Byrne, Agnes Anna (Joannis/Mariae Anna 1 CONC e) b. 06-30 bp 08-15-1824 gp: Barnabas Byrne/Catharina Byrne, dau. of Thom 1 CONC as DAG. [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents, John Byrne and Mary Ann Bender. 1 CONT 1 CONT Agnes probably died from complications of childbirth as she died two wee 1 CONC ks after the birth of her son, John. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. III, p. 256, #5589 Campbell, Agnes d. 04-28-1851 27 y. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Ed Byrnes 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Family Lineage - A.C.J. Campbell 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Agnes Ann Byrne: 1 CONT Age at Death: 26 years, 9 months, 29 days 1 CONT Baptism: August 15, 1824, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylv 1 CONC ania 1 CONT Burial: St. Benedict's Cemetery, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census: 1850, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1850, Henry Campbell, husband 1 CONT Godparents: Barnabas and Catherine Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Henry * J. Campbell: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 75, #01597 Campbell, Henricus (Joannis/Susanna 1 CONC e) b. 03-31 bp. 05-06-1827 gp: Henricus Bender/Martha Meyers, d. of Joann 1 CONC es DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 103 1 CONT Listed with parents John Campbell and Susan Myers. 1 CONT 1 CONT Marriage of Henry and Agnes Byrne not found in Ledoux CVR. 1 CONT 1 CONT Democrat and Sentinel, Ebensburg, June 25, 1856, Vol. 3, No. 33, page 2 1 CONT Fatal Affray 1 CONT We regret to learn that an unfortunate occurrence happened at Carroll 1 CONC town in this county on Monday afternoon last, which resulted in the dea 1 CONC th of a man named Jeremiah Fenton. 1 CONT It appears that some difficulty had occurred between Fenton, and Hen 1 CONC ry J. Campbell about a boy who had run away from the latter. At the ti 1 CONC me of the affray, Campbell was at work in a stave making shop, when Fent 1 CONC on came in, and an immediate altercation ensued. Several persons were pres 1 CONC ent at the time, and heard the loud language between them. Campbell was st 1 CONC anding with a stave in his hand, and warned Fenton off, but which was disr 1 CONC egarded by the latter. Upon approaching Campbell he stooped as if reachi 1 CONC ng for a stave when Campbell struck him a blow across the head with the o 1 CONC ne he was holding, by which he was completely stunned. He was then carri 1 CONC ed to a house close by, where he lingered until about eleven o'clock the s 1 CONC ame night when he expired. 1 CONT Campbell immediately surrendered himself and is now in jail. A post m 1 CONC ortem examination was made in the case by Drs. Lewis and Smith, and an Inq 1 CONC uest was held over the body by James Carroll, Esq. 1 CONT As the whole matter will soon undergo a legal investigation we forbe 1 CONC ar making any comments at present upon this unfortunate occurrence. 1 CONT 1 CONT Democrat and Sentinel, Ebensburg, July 2, 1856, Vol. 3, No. 36 1 CONT RAN AWAY 1 CONT FROM the subscriber on the 20th instant, an indentured apprentice named He 1 CONC nry Kost, he is about 15 years old. I hereby caution all persons not to t 1 CONC rust him on any account. 1 CONT HENRY J. CAMPBELL 1 CONT Carrolltown, June 22, 1856. 1 CONT 1 CONT Democrat and Sentinel, Ebensburg, Pennsylvania, 10 SEP 1856, VOL. 3, NO. 4 1 CONC 6 1 CONT Com vs. Henry J. Campbell--Murder. Prisoner being arraigned, pleads not gu 1 CONC ilty, and puts himself on his country. Dist Atty similiter et issue. Ju 1 CONC ry called and sworn, who say that the defendant is not guilty. 1 CONT 1 CONT (SIMILITER, pleading. When the defendant's plea contains a direct contradi 1 CONC ction of the declaration, and concludes with referring the matter to be tr 1 CONC ied by a jury of the country, the plaintiff must do so too; that is, he mu 1 CONC st also submit the matter to be tried by a jury, without offering any n 1 CONC ew answer to it, and must stand or fall by his declaration. In such cas 1 CONC e, he merely replies that as the defendant has put himself upon the countr 1 CONC y, that is, has submitted his cause to be tried by a jury of the countr 1 CONC y, he, the plaintiff, does so likewise, or the like. Hence this sort of re 1 CONC plication is called a similiter, that having been the effective word wh 1 CONC en the proceedings were in Latin.) 1 CONT 1 CONT The Benedictine Fathers In Cambria County, Pennsylvania by 1 CONT By the Rev. Modestus Wirtner, O.S.B. (p.170) 1 CONT Richard Proutfoute ran a shook-shop on his farm, now owned by Mrs. He 1 CONC len Swope, on the road to Glen Connell, and another in Campbelltown. A bun 1 CONC dle of shook consisted of enough staves to form a hogshead, which had be 1 CONC en shaved and put together and prepared for everything but the heads and t 1 CONC hen taken apart and then bound together with hickory bands to facilita 1 CONC te transportation. These shooks were sold and sent to the West Indies to t 1 CONC ransfer molasses, sugar, etc. Teamsters hauled the shook to Hollidaysbu 1 CONC rg and loaded them on the canal boats. 1 CONT Harry Hatch was the timekeeper and Jerimiah Flinton was the superinte 1 CONC ndent of the Campbelltown shop. Under him worked John Stolz, Mr. Peach, He 1 CONC nry Campbell, Jacob Yeckly, Lawrence and Julius Stich, Edmund Eastman, Wil 1 CONC liam Kelly, David Horst and John Campbell. Jerimiah Flinton died, aged 3 1 CONC 5, on June 23, 1856, or as others express it, was killed by H. Campbell w 1 CONC ho struck him with a stave. After this the men refused to work in the sho 1 CONC p. Across the road from the shop John P. Parrish had built and ran a taver 1 CONC n. Proutfoute bought his stable, moved it across the street and in this bu 1 CONC ilding the shook business was continued. 1 CONT 1 CONT Reference Ledoux Volume 3, items 5500 and 5663. The latter of the two ite 1 CONC ms states "Jeremais Finton d.06-23-1856 bur.06-25 35 y was killed by H. C 1 CONC ampbell in his shook shop". 1 CONT 1 CONT Census Information: 1 CONT 1830 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania: 1 CONT Campbell, John, 1 male, age under 5 (Henry J.); 1 male, age 20-30 (John hi 1 CONC mself); 1 female, age under 5 (Catherine); 1 female, age 10-15 (possib 1 CONC ly a servant, niece, or such); 1 female, age 20-30 (Susan). 1 CONT 1 CONT 1840 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT John Campble (8 male, 2 female) Henry J., John Jr., Joseph, Robert A. 1 CONC ,. Peter (this would only make 5 males if you include John Sr. Perhaps h 1 CONC ad farm hands living there), Catherine and Susan. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT Line 16 1 CONT Henry CAMPBELL, age 23, carpenter, assets $500, b. Penn 1 CONT Agnes, age 25, b. Penn 1 CONT Catherine, age 7/12, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Latrobe, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT Page 146, Line 40 1 CONT Henry CAMPBELL, age 33, carpenter, b. Penn 1 CONT (next page) 1 CONT Bridget Campbell, age 31, b. Penn 1 CONT Almira, age 6, b. Penn 1 CONT Silvester, age 4, b. Penn 1 CONT Catherine, age 10, b. Penn 1 CONT (John, son of Henry and Agnes is listed with his aunt Catherine Farrell a 1 CONC nd living with John and Susan Campbell, and he is age 9. during this censu 1 CONC s.) 1 CONT 1 CONT After the death of his second wife, and the end of the Civil War, Henry ma 1 CONC rried Theresa Switzler. We find them in Buckner, Virginia between 1875 a 1 CONC nd 1883. We can assume that they went to Virginia so Henry could find wo 1 CONC rk and help in the restoration form damages done during the war. Henry a 1 CONC nd his son, Henry S. (Harry), both carpenters, took charge in the buildi 1 CONC ng of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Buckner. Three of their children we 1 CONC re born in Buckner, although the twin of Anthony died as an infant a 1 CONC nd is one of the first to be buried in the church cemetery. When they ret 1 CONC urned to Pennsylvania, they settled in Altoona, where they remained the re 1 CONC st of their lives. My aunt, Elizabeth Campbell Cap, granddaughter of Hen 1 CONC ry J., faintly remembers hearing family gossip that Henry moved his fami 1 CONC ly to Virginia because of the "murder" charges. She, however, did not rea 1 CONC lize that Henry had been acquitted of the offense. Also, these charges we 1 CONC re in 1856 and their move to Virginia was much later, after the marria 1 CONC ge of Henry and Theresa. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Carroltown Borough, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 1, Line 1, Munster P.O. 1 CONT CAMPBELL, Henry, age 43, farmer, b. Penn 1 CONT Theresa, age 29, keeping house, b. Germany, parents b. Germany 1 CONT Catharine, age 20, house girl, b. Penn 1 CONT Elmira, age 16, b. Penn, attends school 1 CONT Henry S., age 14, b. Penn, attends school 1 CONT Mary, age 8, b. Penn, attends school 1 CONT Emma, age 3, b. Penn, (attends school is marked) 1 CONT Anna, age 1, b. Penn 1 CONT CAMPBELL, Susan, age 65, b. Penn (S is written in the Deaf column) [Sus 1 CONC an is the mother of Henry J.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census, Cuckoo Township, Louisa County, VA (June) 1 CONT E.D. 101, Page 57, Line 2 1 CONT CAMPBELL, H.J., age 52, carpenter, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Theresa, wife, age 39, keeping house, b. Penn, parents b. Penn (Error: The 1 CONC resa was born in Germany, as were her parents) 1 CONT Mary, daughter, age 16, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Emma, daughter, age 13, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Rosa, daughter, age 10, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Theresa, daughter, age 5, b. Penn 1 CONT Anthony, son, age 4, b. Penn (Error: Anthony was born in Virginia) 1 CONT Margaret, daughter, age 2, b. Virginia 1 CONT 1 CONT 1900 Census, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT ED 67, Sheet 1A, Line 18, 2524 Oak Ave. 1 CONT CAMPBELL, Henry J., head, Mar 1826, age 74, m/34 yrs, b. Penn, paren 1 CONC ts b. Penn, house carpenter 1 CONT Teresa, wife, Nov 1840, age 59, m/34 yrs, b. Germany, parents b. German 1 CONC y, imm. 1862 1 CONT Anthony C., son, Nov 1876, single, age 23, b. Virginia, time keeper, railr 1 CONC oad 1 CONT Ida T., daughter, Aug 1874, single, age 25, b. Penn, bailer at silk mill 1 CONT Joseph M., son, Mar 1882, single, age 18, b. Penn, winder at silk mill 1 CONT 1 CONT Henry J. Campbell is listed in Werer's Altoona Directory (1882-1883) as ca 1 CONC rpenter, owning home on Dry Gap Road. Later address as 2516 Oak Ave. D 1 CONC ry Gap Road begins near intersection of 13th Ave and 16th St. extending we 1 CONC stward to city limits and beyond. 1 CONT 1 CONT CLARK'S DIRECTORY OF THE City of Altoona, Pa., FOR THE YEAR 1890. 1 CONT Campbell Henry J. carpenter, owns home 2516 Oak ave 1 CONT 1 CONT Obituary: 1 CONT Henry J. Campbell, formerly of this city, but later of Baker's Mines, di 1 CONC ed at 12:40 Sunday afternoon, of Bright's disease, at the home of his daug 1 CONC hter, Mrs. John Hilger, at Baker's Mines. He was born in Cambria Count 1 CONC y, March 31, 1826. His wife died two years ago. He was a carpenter by tr 1 CONC ade and a member of the Carpenter's Union. He was a member of Sacred Hea 1 CONC rt Catholic Church. He is survived by the following children. Mrs. Hilge 1 CONC r, with whom he made his home, and Mrs. J.H. Hoover, Mrs. Charles Orner, A 1 CONC nthony and Joseph, all of Altoona, and Harry F. of Salt Lake City, Uta 1 CONC h. The body will be brought here Tuesday morning for interment, the ho 1 CONC ur for services to be announced later. 1 CONT 1 CONT (A later article) 1 CONT The body of Henry J. Campbell was brought to this city this morning and ta 1 CONC ken to the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. H. Hoover, 702 Eleventh Avenue, w 1 CONC here it can be viewed by friends. The funeral will take place Wednesday m 1 CONC orning, mass to be celebrated at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's Catholic Churc 1 CONC h. Interment in St. Mary's cemetery. (St. Mary's Church was originally na 1 CONC med Immaculate Conception Church - same as the church Henry built in Buckn 1 CONC er, VA.) 1 CONT Sept. 6, 1908 (I assume the Altoona newspaper for that time) 1 CONT 1 CONT Stevens Mortuary, Altoona, Pennsylvania. 1883-1910, p. 30, Campbell, Hen 1 CONC ry J., d. 9/6/1908 at r/o Mrs. John Hilger, Bakers Mines, Pa.; i. 9/9/19 1 CONC 08 from r/o Mrs. J. H. Hover, 702 11th Ave.; a. 82 yrs. 5 mos. 5 day 1 CONC s; i. St. Mary's. Shipped J. E. 1 CONT 1 CONT Henry was an extraordinary man. He outlived three wives, and had approxim 1 CONC ately 18 children (two unproven). 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Democrat and Sentinel, Ebensburg, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Family Lineage - A.C.J. Campbell 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT Death Certificate 1 CONT Stevens Mortuary, Altoona, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Obit of Anthony C.J. Campbell, son 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Henry * J. Campbell: 1 CONT Age at Death.: 81 years, 5 months, 6 days 1 CONT Baptism: May 06, 1827, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a 1 CONT Burial: September 09, 1908, St. Mary's Cemetery, Altoona, Blair County, Pe 1 CONC nnsylvania 1 CONT Cause of Death: Acute indigestion - duration 2 days 1 CONT Death Informant: J.H. Hoover 1 CONT Godparents: Henry Bender and Martha Meyers 1 CONT Medical Information: Bright's disease 1 CONT Occupation 1: 1850, Carpenter 1 CONT Occupation 2: Cabinet maker 1 CONT Occupation 3: 1860, Carpenter 1 CONT Occupation 4: 1870, Farmer 1 CONT Occupation 5: 1880, Carpenter 1 CONT Occupation 6: 1900, House carpenter 1 CONT Residence 1: Bet. 1893 - 1901, 2524 Oak Ave, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsy 1 CONC lvania 1 CONT Residence 2: 1891, 1416 Oak Ave, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Residence 3: Bet. 1904 - 1907, 2526 Oak Ave, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsy 1 CONC lvania 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Henry Campbell and Agnes Byrne: 1 CONT Marriage: February 29, 1848, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Agnes Byrne and Henry Campbell are: 1 CONT +29i.Catherine Agnes4 Campbell, born December 15, 1849 in Carroll Towns 1 CONC hip, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died October 10, 1906 in Hastings, Camb 1 CONC ria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 30ii.John Celestine Campbell, born April 15, 1851 in Carrolltown, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania; died February 10, 1905 in Carrolltown, Cambria Co 1 CONC unty, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for John Celestine Campbell: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. III, p. 208, #4725 Campbell, Joannes Coelestinus (Henric 1 CONC i/Agnetis Byrns) b. 04-15 Carroll Township. bp. 04-20-1851 at St. Benedi 1 CONC ct's gp: Joanne Campbell/Elisabetha Hilger CEN. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Carrolltown Borough, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT Page 182, Line 9 1 CONT CAMPBELL, John, age 56, farmer, assets $5000, b. Penn 1 CONT (Makes John's b/d abt. 1804) 1 CONT Susan, age 55, b. Penn 1 CONT (Notice that Susan is only 1 year younger than John.) 1 CONT Augustine, age 20, laborer, assets $150, b. Penn 1 CONT FARRELL, Catharine, age 31, assets $150, b. Penn [a widow] 1 CONT FARRELL, Henrietta, age 10, b. Penn, attends school. 1 CONT FARRELL, Mary E., age 5, b. Penn, attends school. 1 CONT FARRELL, John C., age 9, b. Penn, attends school. 1 CONT (This is John C. Campbell, son of Henry J. and first wife, Catherin 1 CONC e. He is living with his grandparents and is mistakenly added here as Far 1 CONC rell.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Regis has date of death as Oct. 8, 1866. My information came from the mor 1 CONC tuary records. Also, Sandra McCartney has date of death as Oct. 8, 186 1 CONC 6. Who are the other two John Campbell's? The one who died in 1866 and t 1 CONC he one who died in 1905...hmmmm. 1 CONT 1 CONT Stevens Mortuary, Altoona, Pennsylvania. 1883-1910, p. 31, Campbell, Joh 1 CONC n, d. 2/10/1905 at r/o _________Hesley, 6th Ave. & 34th St.; i. 2/13/19 1 CONC 05 Spruce Creek, Huntingdon County, Pa.; a. 54 yrs. 1 mo. 3 days. (Wou 1 CONC ld make birthdate January 7, 1851.) 1 CONT 1 CONT There is a George and Ella Hesley in Altoona in 1900. Also is a John Camp 1 CONC bell and wife Emma with several children. The Campbell's were enumerat 1 CONC ed on the following page from the Hesley's. Why John was interred in Hunt 1 CONC ingdon County is not known, when he died in Altoona. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cole Waite had Elmira married to her half brother, John C. Campbell who di 1 CONC ed in 1905 in Altoona or 1866 in Carrolltown. If he died in 1866, Elmi 1 CONC ra would have been only 12. 1 CONT 1 CONT Possible: 1 CONT 1900 United States Federal Census 1 CONT Name: John Campbell 1 CONT Home in 1900: Logan, Blair, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 49 1 CONT Estimated birth year: abt Jan 1851 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relationship to head-of-house: Boarder 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Household Members: 1 CONT Name Age 1 CONT Emanuel Smith 26 1 CONT Emma Smith 26 1 CONT John Campbell 49 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Cole Waite 1 CONT Family Lineage - A.C.J. Campbell 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT Stevens Mortuary, Altoona, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT More About John Celestine Campbell: 1 CONT Age at Death.: 53 years, 9 months, 26 days 1 CONT Baptism: April 20, 1851, St. Benedict's, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Penn 1 CONC sylvania 1 CONT Census: 1860, Carrolltown, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1860, John Campbell, grandfather 1 CONT Godparents: John Campbell and Elisabeth Hilger 1 CONT 1 CONT ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ************************************************************************** 1 CONC *************** 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Where was the Flick Farm located? 1 CONT Replies: 1 1 CONT Where was the Flick Farm located? 1 CONT edwardbyrnes1 (View posts) Posted: 28 Feb 2009 7:08PM GMT 1 CONT 1 CONT Classification: Query 1 CONT Surnames: Byrne Bender 1 CONT 1 CONT The following obit from the CAMBRIA FREEMAN EBENSBURG, PA 1 CONT JANUARY 1904 on the Cambria County Genealogy Site mentions the John Fli 1 CONC ck Farm. I've seen other references to it also. Does anyone know whe 1 CONC re it may have been located? Thanks very much. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Miss Elizabeth Byrne 1 CONT Miss Elizabeth Byrne died in Hastings, January 1, 1904, from the infirmiti 1 CONC es of old age, aged eighty-five years and six months. 1 CONT 1 CONT She was born July 2, 1818, and was baptized by Father Gallitzin at Lorett 1 CONC o, her parents then living at a place that was afterwards known as the Jo 1 CONC hn Flick farm near Carrolltown. 1 CONT 1 CONT Her father, John Byrne, was born in Ireland and came to this county with h 1 CONC is parents about the year of 1793. In 1811 he married Mary Ann Bender, a d 1 CONC aughter of John Jacob Bender, who with his family came from Westphalia, Ge 1 CONC rmany and settled near Loretto about one hundred years ago. 1 CONT 1 CONT John Byrne was one of the first settlers in Northern CAMBRIA, having mov 1 CONC ed to Susquehanna township nearly eighty years ago when it was practical 1 CONC ly a wilderness. 1 CONT 1 CONT Elizabeth Byrne although a cripple from childhood led a life of usefulne 1 CONC ss and activity, she not only did her own house work and cared for an ag 1 CONC ed mother for many years but sewed, spun, knit and quilted for her frien 1 CONC ds and neighbors. In recent years she lived with her niece, Mrs. Jane Dris 1 CONC ket, of Hastings. 1 CONT 1 CONT One sister, Mrs. Agnes Campbell and two brothers, Jacob and Thomas, preced 1 CONC ed her to the grave. One brother, Henry Byrne of Ebensburg survives. 1 CONT 1 CONT Her funeral took place Jan. 4 at 9 o’clock a. m. at St. Bernard’s Churc 1 CONC h, Hastings. Interment at St. Joseph’s. R. I. P. 1 CONT 1 CONT Reply Report Abuse Print 1 CONT Change to Flat View 1 CONT Subject Author Date Posted 1 CONT Where was the Flick Farm located? edwardbyrnes1 28 Feb 2009 7:08PM G 1 CONC MT 1 CONT Re: Where was the Flick Farm located? edwardbyrnes1 28 Feb 2009 7:18PM G 1 CONC MT 1 CONT 1 CONT Replies: 1 1 CONT Re: Where was the Flick Farm located? 1 CONT edwardbyrnes1 (View posts) Posted: 28 Feb 2009 7:18PM GMT 1 CONT 1 CONT Classification: Query 1 CONT Surnames: Byrne Bender 1 CONT I didn't mean to reply to my own post and I should have searched a bit mo 1 CONC re on my own but I just found my answer online. What follows is the citati 1 CONC on for what I found and then the paragraph of the description of the locat 1 CONC ion of the John Flick Farm. 1 CONT 1 CONT CHURCH: Benedictine Fathers, Cambria Co., PA - pp. 87-94 1 CONT 1 CONT Contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives by Romayne Shay McMahon 1 CONT OCRed and proofread by Judy Banja jbanja@@comcast.net 1 CONT 1 CONT Copyright 2005. All rights reserved. 1 CONT http://www.usgwarchives.net/copyright.htm 1 CONT http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/cambria/ 1 CONT ________________________________________________ 1 CONT 1 CONT THE BENEDICTINE Fathers IN CAMBRIA COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA 1 CONT 1 CONT By the Rev. Modestus Wirtner, O.S.B. 1 CONT 1 CONT PERMISSU SUPERIORUM 1 CONT 1 CONT Copyright 1926 1 CONT 1 CONT Rev. Modestus Wirtner, O.S.B. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT THE CISTERCIAN 1 CONT MONKS 1 CONT 1 CONT OR THE TRAPPIST 1 CONT MONKS 1 CONT 1 CONT AT CARROLLTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 1 CONT 1 CONT ST. BENEDICT'S CHURCH 1 CONT 1 CONT House of the Trappists 1 CONT 1 CONT Any one leaving Carrolltown for Ebensburg will notice a road, just outsi 1 CONC de of 1 CONT the town limits, leading to the East, the Old Loretto Road. From this roa 1 CONC d, 1 CONT about 200 to 300 yards from the paved Ebensburg road, another road leads S 1 CONC outh. 1 CONT In the first house on the latter road lives Walter Weakland. Next to th 1 CONC is house 1 CONT is a field now owned by Augustine A. Lieb. By walking down the slope ov 1 CONC er the 1 CONT field to the fence, a person finds a good, strong spring of cold water. O 1 CONC ne 1 CONT hundred feet farther on, but a little to the right (South) may be seen wh 1 CONC at is 1 CONT left of the ruins of the house of the Trappists. The ruins of another buil 1 CONC ding 1 CONT is across the fence on the late John Flick's farm. Between the two stan 1 CONC ds an old 1 CONT apple tree. South of the spring there arises a gully which passes down t 1 CONC he slope 1 CONT between the apple tree and the second ruins and a short distance below joi 1 CONC ns the 1 CONT brook of the spring. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From The Bender Family German Pioneers of Western Pennsylvania 1798-19 1 CONC 45 by Rev. John M. Lenhart, O.F.M. Cap. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania . 1 CONT III. Mary Ann Bender Byrne 1 CONT We mentioned above the fact that this daughter of John Jacob Bender was so 1 CONC ld in servitude, and that in 1810 Emeric walked to Philadelhia to take h 1 CONC er to Cambria County. On June 11, 1811, she was married to John Byrne, J 1 CONC r. who had immigrated into cambria County with is father in 1795. Their ch 1 CONC ildren were three boys and two girls: Jacob, Thomas, Henry, Agnes and Eliz 1 CONC abeth. The latter remained single, whilst the others were married. John By 1 CONC rne died in February, 1840, but his wife Mary Ann survived him for forty y 1 CONC ears, dying December 31, 1880. the family tradition states that she di 1 CONC ed at the age of 87 years. She was evidently older than this at her deat 1 CONC h. Shhe was sold in servitude in 1798. If she died at the age of 87, she w 1 CONC as only five years old when sold into servitude. that is impossible. In 17 1 CONC 98 she must have been ten years old, 92 years at her death. She was burie 1 CONC d, like her husband, in St. Joseph Cemetery at Hart's Sleeping Place. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From Beth Rykhus on 8 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT John Byrne, Jr, b. 1790 in St. Mary's Lane, Dublin, Ireland, d. February 1 1 CONC 840 Byrnesville, near Barnesboro, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. John mar 1 CONC ried Mary Ann Bender, b. September 29, 1793 in Germany, d. December 31, 18 1 CONC 80 in Byrnesville, near Barnesboro, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. They w 1 CONC ere married June 11, 1811 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 146, #03038 Byrne, Joannes (p.o.) m. 06-11-18 1 CONC 11 Maria Anna Bender (p.o.) wi: omitted DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT BYRNE John and Mary Ann Bender. Married June 11, 1811. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for John Byrne Jr 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899): 1 CONT p. 102, BYRNE John and Mary Ann Bender. Married June 11, 1811. Jame 1 CONC s, Thomas, Mary Ann Elizabeth, Henry, Agnes Ann. (1813-24.) 1 CONT 1 CONT John Jr was the first settler to cross Chest Creek and settle a farm lat 1 CONC er owned by John Eckenrode. (Daniel Byrne, 1974) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1820 Census, Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1830 Census, Susquehanna Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania 1 CONT Byrne, John, 1 male, age 5-10; 1 male, age 10-15; 1 male, age 15-20; 1 mal 1 CONC e, age 30-40; 1 female, age 5-10; 1 female, age 10-15; 1 female, age 30-40 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT John Byrne, Jr. was listed on the St. Joseph's Church Subscription Lis 1 CONC t, 1829. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p. 244, #5524 Byrne, John (m. Mary A. _____) d. 02-n 1 CONC o-day-carved- 1840 50y 1 CONT Burial Inscriptions in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hart's Sleeping Place. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Joseph Cemetery Listing 1 CONT BYRNE, John, Jr. 1790 1840 h/o Mary A. Bender Byrne; Photo 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary Ann Bender 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 (See notes for husband, John Byrne. 1 CONC ) 1 CONT 1 CONT Storey's History of Cambria County, Vol. III, p. 511 1 CONT Emericus Bender, eldest son of John Jacob Bender, was born in Westphali 1 CONC a, Germany, 1785. He was set free by his master at the funeral of George W 1 CONC ashington, whither his master had taken him. He came to Cambria coun 1 CONC ty in the same year, 1799, and was one of the first settlers of Carroll to 1 CONC wnship. He, Conrad Luther and John Byrne, the first three settlers, were p 1 CONC ermitted to buy land at six dollars per acre, no payment being required f 1 CONC or the first six years. They bought a tract of land, four hundred and for 1 CONC ty acres each, and this is the old Henry Bender farm. Later he bought anot 1 CONC her tract of four hundred and forty acres. Emericus walked to Philadelphi 1 CONC a, in 1810, to get his sister, Mary Ann, whose time had expired, and she w 1 CONC as married one year later to John Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1840 Census, Susquehanna Township., Cambria County., Pa: 1 CONT Burns, Mary, 1 male, age 15-20; 1 male, age 20-30; 1 female, age 15-2 1 CONC 0; 1 female, age 20-30; 1 female, age 50-60. 1 CONT 1850 Susquehanna Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania Mary A. Byrn 1 CONC es 59 Ger is living with Henry and Elizabeth Byrnes. Also Jacob 37. 1 CONT 1860 Carroll Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania Mary A. Burnes 69 Pr 1 CONC ussia; Elizabeth 30 1 CONT Named in father's will as Mary Ann Byrns. 1 CONT 1 CONT John Conrad has month of birth as July. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Joseph Cemetery Listing 1 CONT BYRNE, Mary Ann Bender 1793 1880 w/o John Byrne, Jr.; Photo 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of John Byrne, Jr 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 John Byrne, Jr b: 1790 d: Febr 1 CONC uary 1840 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Mary Ann Bender b: September 29, 17 1 CONC 93 d: December 31, 1880 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Jacob (James) Byrne b: April 08, 18 1 CONC 13 d: May 13, 1890 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Mary 'Emily' "Amelia" Weakland b: April 16, 18 1 CONC 23 d: July 20, 1893 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Thomas J. Byrne b: September 05, 18 1 CONC 15 d: November 11, 1886 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Sarah A. Weakland b: February 28, 18 1 CONC 19 d: February 14, 1894 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Ann Elizabeth Byrne b: July 02, 18 1 CONC 18 d: January 01, 1904 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Henry Byrne b: August 19, 1821 d: November 2 1 CONC 2, 1906 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Elizabeth (Byrne) b: Abt. 1821 d: Bef. 1855 1 CONT 1 CONT ... *2nd Wife of Henry Byrne: 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Mary Ann Weakland b: December 15, 18 1 CONC 22 d: December 07, 1894 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes Ann Byrne b: June 30, 1824 d: Apr 1 CONC il 28, 1851 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Henry * J. Campbell b: March 31, 18 1 CONC 27 d: September 06, 1908 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Storey's History of Cambria County 1 CONT Correspondence - John R. Conrad 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Correspondence - Daniel Byrne 1 CONT World Connect - Marianne Martin 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT St. Joseph's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT 1 CONT In a conversation with Jack Byrnes on July 9, 2005, Edward A. Byrnes learn 1 CONC ed that it was Jack and William R. (Dick) Byrnes that added the legible st 1 CONC one at the gravesite of John Byrne, Jr and Mary Ann Bender near the whi 1 CONC te chapel (St. Joseph's Missionary Church) at Hart's Sleeping Place. I h 1 CONC ad noticed the stone in October of 2003 and wondered who put the stone the 1 CONC re. This John Byrne Jr. would be the great-great-grandfather of Jack and D 1 CONC ick. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From Founding Families of Loretto by Edmund J. Adams 1 CONT John Byrne, Jr. (son of John Sr.) 1 CONT 1807 Gallitzin Petition 1 CONT 1810 Pascal Confession 1 CONT 1813 Pascal Confession 1 CONT m. Mary Ann Bender at Loretto 6/11/1811 1 CONT c. James, Thomas, Mary Ann Elizabeth, Henry, Agnes Ann (1813-1824) 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of JOHN BYRNE and MARY BENDER are: 1 CONT 18.i.JACOB (JAMES)3 BYRNE, b. April 8, 1813, Loretto, Cambria County, P 1 CONC ennsylvania; d. May 13, 1890. 1 CONT 19.ii.THOMAS J. BYRNE, b. September 5, 1815, Loretto, Allegheny Townshi 1 CONC p, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; d. 1886. 1 CONT iii.MARIA ANNA ELIZABETH BYRNE, b. July 2, 1818, Loretto, Allegheny Town 1 CONC ship, Cambria County, Pennsylvania64. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About MARIA ANNA ELIZABETH BYRNE: 1 CONT Baptism: August 16, 1818, St. Michael's Church, Loretto, Cambria County, P 1 CONC ennsylvania64 1 CONT Godparents: Jacobus Bender/Mary Anna Elizabeth Bender 1 CONT 1 CONT 20.iv.AGNES ANN BYRNE, b. June 30, 1824, Loretto, Cambria County, Penns 1 CONC ylvania; d. April 28, 1851, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 21.v.HENRY BYRNE, b. August 19, 1821, Loretto, Allegheny Township, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania; d. November 22, 1906, Susquehanna, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 0 @I0262@ INDI 1 NAME Cherterine Rena /Miller/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0790@ 1 FAMC @F0167@ 0 @I0263@ INDI 1 NAME /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 OCT 1881 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 OCT 1881 1 FAMC @F0039@ 0 @I0264@ INDI 1 NAME Malvina /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 JUN 1881 1 FAMS @F0256@ 1 FAMS @F0517@ 1 FAMC @F0041@ 0 @I0265@ INDI 1 NAME William Joseph /Coons/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 NOV 1829 2 PLAC Loretto, Alleghany Twp, Cambria Co., PA 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 NOV 1829 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 OCT 1895 2 PLAC Loretto, Alleghany Twp, Cambria Co., PA 1 FAMS @F0670@ 1 FAMS @F0077@ 1 FAMC @F0308@ 1 NOTE @NI0265@ 0 @NI0265@ NOTE 1 CONC Spouse: Anastasia Byrne <../INDIs/II2438.php> (Family Record <../FAMs/FF76 1 CONC 0.php>)Children : Bernard John Coons <../INDIs/II2439.php>Catherine Cla 1 CONC ra Coons <../INDIs/II2442.php>Mar y Jane Coons <../INDIs/II2440.php>Amel 1 CONC ia Ann Coons <../INDIs/II2441.php>Spouse: Mary J. (Li ttle) Ruffner <../IN 1 CONC DIs/II6148.php> (Family Record <../FAMs/FF2069.php>) 1 CONT 1 CONT COONS, William Joseph 19 Nov 1829 12 Oct 1895 h/o Anastasia (BYRNE), s/o J 1 CONC ohn & Hannah (HOWELL) (K/FR) 1 CONT 1 CONT Documentation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Information provided by Lisa Baker 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a 1 CONT tool to promote further research and should NOT be considered as verifi 1 CONC ed proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were 1 CONT used to obtain as many names as possible of people buried at St. Michael's 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 1 CONT FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 1 CONT FR - family record / genealogy 6) N 1 CONT - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 MAY 19 1 CONC 28 Memorial Day newspapers, 1 CONT listed war service and cemetery where buried). Didn't always find a headst 1 CONC one to correspond to the 1 CONT newspaper article, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on the 1 CONC ir headstone shows up in a 1 CONT newspaper article. 1 CONT 1 CONT DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1293 1 CONC 475 1 CONT (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individuals ma 1 CONC king the entries in the death 1 CONT registers would only list a number in the age column. In this document, t 1 CONC he ???? reference was mostly 1 CONT shown when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list 1 CONT a year if a child only lived a month. However, given the fact that oft 1 CONC en a number of entries would only 1 CONT indicate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is 1 CONT meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 1 CONT LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1 CONT 1793-1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bou 1 CONC nd pastors to keeping sacramental 1 CONT records. Since records of burial did not fall into this category, they we 1 CONC re all too frequently ignored by 1 CONT the pastors. 1 CONT 1 CONT K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", whi 1 CONC ch contains early 1 CONT baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this book was a register of d 1 CONC eaths, covering the period 1 CONT November 17, 1793 to October 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this informat 1 CONC ion from church records and 1 CONT headstones at St. Michael. 0 @I0266@ INDI 1 NAME John /Kuntz/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0044@ 0 @I0267@ INDI 1 NAME Cynthia Frances /Hardegree/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 SEP 1994 1 FAMC @F0102@ 1 NOTE @NI0267@ 0 @NI0267@ NOTE 1 CONC See the Nutcracker poster in the scrapbook. 1 CONT Thought you’d like to see the poster. The picture is of Cynthia when she d 1 CONC anced the part of Clara last year. She’s also the Clara being salted by t 1 CONC he mouse king—one of my favs. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Maureen Hardegree 0 @I0268@ INDI 1 NAME Annastasia "Annie" /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE APR 1894 2 PLAC Barnesboro, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 OCT 1986 1 FAMS @F0197@ 1 FAMC @F0175@ 1 NOTE @NI0268@ 0 @NI0268@ NOTE 1 CONC DRISKEL, Anastasia "Ann" 28 Jun 1894 19 Oct 1986 w/o Michael, daught 1 CONC er of Luke & Maria (SEBRING) BYRNE (H/O) 1 CONT 1 CONT Documentation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Information provided by Lisa Baker 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a 1 CONT tool to promote further research and should NOT be considered as verifi 1 CONC ed proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were 1 CONT used to obtain as many names as possible of people buried at St. Michael's 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 1 CONT FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 1 CONT FR - family record / genealogy 6) N 1 CONT - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 MAY 19 1 CONC 28 Memorial Day newspapers, 1 CONT listed war service and cemetery where buried). Didn't always find a headst 1 CONC one to correspond to the 1 CONT newspaper article, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on the 1 CONC ir headstone shows up in a 1 CONT newspaper article. 1 CONT 1 CONT DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1293 1 CONC 475 1 CONT (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individuals ma 1 CONC king the entries in the death 1 CONT registers would only list a number in the age column. In this document, t 1 CONC he ???? reference was mostly 1 CONT shown when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list 1 CONT a year if a child only lived a month. However, given the fact that oft 1 CONC en a number of entries would only 1 CONT indicate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is 1 CONT meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 1 CONT LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1 CONT 1793-1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bou 1 CONC nd pastors to keeping sacramental 1 CONT records. Since records of burial did not fall into this category, they we 1 CONC re all too frequently ignored by 1 CONT the pastors. 1 CONT 1 CONT K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", whi 1 CONC ch contains early 1 CONT baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this book was a register of d 1 CONC eaths, covering the period 1 CONT November 17, 1793 to October 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this informat 1 CONC ion from church records and 1 CONT headstones at St. Michael. 0 @I0269@ INDI 1 NAME Theresa /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0491@ 1 FAMC @F0131@ 0 @I0270@ INDI 1 NAME Marianne /McCormick/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 JAN 1959 1 FAMS @F0038@ 1 FAMC @F0033@ 0 @I0271@ INDI 1 NAME Jack /Morley/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1927 1 FAMC @F0162@ 0 @I0272@ INDI 1 NAME Leo /Bearer/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0132@ 0 @I0273@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah Jane /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 APR 1834 1 FAMC @F0111@ 0 @I0274@ INDI 1 NAME John Ludova /Weakland/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 AUG 1898 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 MAY 1954 1 FAMS @F0565@ 1 FAMC @F0360@ 0 @I0275@ INDI 1 NAME Patricia /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1958 1 FAMS @F0233@ 1 FAMC @F0113@ 0 @I0276@ INDI 1 NAME Cornelius H. /Mumma/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 JAN 1830 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 MAR 1879 1 FAMS @F0055@ 0 @I0277@ INDI 1 NAME Shaun /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 AUG 1991 1 FAMC @F0035@ 0 @I0278@ INDI 1 NAME Eugene A. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 MAY 1876 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 NOV 1944 2 PLAC St. Benedict's 1 FAMS @F0504@ 1 FAMC @F0039@ 0 @I0279@ INDI 1 NAME Juliana /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 FEB 1829 2 PLAC Loretto, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 MAR 1901 1 FAMS @F0062@ 1 FAMC @F0029@ 1 NOTE @NI0279@ 0 @NI0279@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus 9 Feb 2009 1 CONT 1 CONT Juliana Byrne, b. February 19, 1829 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvan 1 CONC ia, d. March 14, 1901 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Juliana married Ch 1 CONC arles Pius Weakland, b. July 11, 1824 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsyl 1 CONC vania, d. November 18, 1921 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a. They were married November 06, 1848 in Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania. Charles was the son of Peter Weakland and There 1 CONC sa Adams. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p. 223, #5504 Weakland, Carolus (Petri/Theresiae Ada 1 CONC ms, d/o Josephus) m. 11-06-1848 Juliana Burns (Barnabae/Mariae Paul Drisk 1 CONC el) wi: Jacobo Deloger/Isabella Weakland NA. [St. Joseph's, Hart's Sle 1 CONC eping Place] 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Juliana Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 84, #01792 Byrne, Juliana (Barnabae/Mariae) b. 02- 1 CONC 19 bp. 03-15-1829 gp: Clemens Guilhelmus Urban/Maria Warthon DAG. [S 1 CONC t. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents, Barnabus Byrne and Mary Driskel. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Bernard Cemetery Listing 1 CONT WEAKLAND, Julian 19 Jan 1829 13 Mar 1901 w/o Charles, d/o Barneb 1 CONC us & Mary Elizabeth BYRNE [new HS] (H-TR/DR/FR/O) 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Charles P. Weakland 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 60, #01289 Weakland, Carolus (Petri/Theresia 1 CONC e) b. 07-11-1824 bp. 08-15-1824 gp: Carolus Bradley Jr./Sara McConne 1 CONC ll DAG. [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 161 1 CONT Listed with parents Peter Weakland and Theresa Adams. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1849 Mountain Sentinel 1 CONT CAUTION.... The following described property, now in the possession of Bar 1 CONC nabas Byrne, having been purchased by the undersigned on the 11th inst 1 CONC ., at Constable's sale, all persons are hereby cautioned against meddli 1 CONC ng in any way with said property as it belongs to them viz: one brown Hors 1 CONC e, one black Mare, one Windmill, eleven Sheep, six Hogs, one man's Saddl 1 CONC e, one white and red spotted Cow, and thirteen acres of Wheat, and eight a 1 CONC cres of Rye in the ground. 1 CONT Charles Weakland, Francis Byrne March 14, 1850 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT stamped p. 14, Line 20 1 CONT Charles WEAKLAND, age 26, farmer, assets $600, b. Penn 1 CONT Julia A., age 22, b. Penn 1 CONT Luke, 11/12, b. Penn 1 CONT Agnes Byrne, age 14, b. Penn [This is Juliana's sister who is also list 1 CONC ed with their parents in this census.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Sept) 1 CONT p. 300, Line 12, Plattville P.O. 1 CONT Charles WEAKLAND, age 36, farmer, assets $2000/1000, b. Penn 1 CONT Julian, age 31, b. Penn 1 CONT Luke, age 11, b. Penn 1 CONT Agnes, age 9b. Penn 1 CONT Matthew, age 5, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary, age 4, b. Penn 1 CONT Augustin CRAVER, age 23, farm laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT Page 19, Line 30, Munster P.O. 1 CONT WEAKLAND, Charles, age 46, farmer, assets $4500/800, b. Penn 1 CONT Julian, age 41, keeping house, b. Penn 1 CONT Luke, age 21, farm hand, b. Penn 1 CONT Agnes, age 19, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Matthew, age 15, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary, age 14, house girl, b. Penn 1 CONT Mark, age 8, b. Penn 1 CONT William, age 3, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 20, ED 206, Line 1 1 CONT WEAKLEN, Charles, age 55, farmer, b. Penn, father b. Penn, mother b. Maryl 1 CONC and 1 CONT Julia Byrne, age 52, wife, keeping house, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Mark, age 18, son, laborer on farm, b. Penn 1 CONT John W.D. [sic-Francis William], age 13, son, laborer on farm, b. Penn 1 CONT Peter A, age 8, son, b. Penn 1 CONT Byrne, Jane, age 15, servant, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1900 census, Charles and Julia are living in the home of their son, Wil 1 CONC liam. 1 CONT In 1910, Charles, a widower, is living in the home of his son, William. 1 CONT In 1920, Charles, age 95, is living in the home of his son, William, w 1 CONC ho is at this time also widowed. 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Friday, April 20, 1906 1 CONT "Mr. Charles Weakland, of Sesquehanna [sic] Township, was in Barnesbo 1 CONC ro last Wednesday. Although 82 years of age, Mr. Weakland looks hale a 1 CONC nd hardy as many a man of 60. For the past 63 years he has been a reside 1 CONC nt of Sesquehanna [sic] Township, and is probably the oldest citizen in No 1 CONC rthern Cambria." Copied from the Barnesboro Star. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, November 24, 1921 1 CONT Charles Weakland, aged 97 years, 4 months, and 7 days, died Friday of la 1 CONC st week. He was born in Carroll Township, July 11, 1824, and baptiz 1 CONC ed by Prince Gallitzin. His ancestors came to Maryland with Lord Baltimo 1 CONC re in 1634. He married Julia[n] Byrne in 1848. She died twenty yea 1 CONC rs ago. Surviving are these children: 1 CONT Luke, Ebensburg, Mrs. Agnes Rager, Mark, of Hastings, Matthew, of Carrollt 1 CONC own, William of Susquehanna, and Austin of Altoona. 1 CONT Funeral mass and interment were at St. Bernard's. 1 CONT 1 CONT Hastings Newspaper 1 CONT Charles Weakland, Aged Pioneer; Dead 1 CONT Charles Pius Weakland, one of the oldest residents of Cambria County, expi 1 CONC red at 3 o'clock Friday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Agnes Ra 1 CONC ger of Hastings. 1 CONT He was aged 97yrs., 4m and 7 days. Mr. Weakland had been enjoying the be 1 CONC st of health until about a year ago. He was able to be up and around unt 1 CONC il 10 days before his death when he was compelled to take to his bed. 1 CONT Deceased was born In Carroll Township July 11, 1824, and was a son of Pet 1 CONC er and Theresa (Adams) Weakland. He was baptized by Prince Gallitzin, Pion 1 CONC eer Priest of the Alleghenies, at "Harts Sleeping Place" in 1824. 1 CONT He was united in marriage to Miss Julianna Byrnes in St. Joseph's Chur 1 CONC ch by Father Lempkie in October 1848, and to their union Seven children we 1 CONC re born, six of whom survive as follows: Luke of Ebensburg, Mrs. Agnes Rag 1 CONC er of Hastings, Matthew of Carrolltown, Mark of Hastings, William of Susqu 1 CONC ehanna township, and Austin of Altoona. He is also survived by 53 grandchi 1 CONC ldren, 73 great grandchildren and one great, great grandchild. His wife di 1 CONC ed in March 1901. 1 CONT Mr. Weakland was one of the pioneer settlers of this section. In 1845 he s 1 CONC tarted to clear the Weakland Homestead in Susquehanna township about 1 mi 1 CONC le from Hastings. Two years later he married and took his wife to his n 1 CONC ew home. He resided on the old homestead until about a year ago. When he c 1 CONC ame to town to make his home with his daughter, Mrs. Agnes Rager. 1 CONT Funeral Services were held in St. Bernard's Church at 9 o'clock Monday mor 1 CONC ning with interment in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Bernard Cemetery Listing 1 CONT WEAKLAND, Charles 11 Jul 1824 14 Mar 1921 h/o Julian (BYRNE), s/o Pe 1 CONC ter & Tarasa [new HS] (H-TR/FR) 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Juliana Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Juliana Byrne b: February 19, 1829 d: Ma 1 CONC rch 14, 1901 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Charles Pius Weakland b: July 11, 18 1 CONC 24 d: November 18, 1921 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Luke Weakland b: August 10, 1849 d: May 0 1 CONC 4, 1939 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Mary Bridget Henry b: 1853 d: April 2 1 CONC 8, 1911 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes C. Weakland b: May 15, 1851 d: Novemb 1 CONC er 18, 1943 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +William Alexander Rager b: December 01, 18 1 CONC 49 d: 1888 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Matthew Weakland b: January 07, 1855 d: Februa 1 CONC ry 25, 1942 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Susan Marie Campbell b: November 15, 18 1 CONC 57 d: November 14, 1907 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Weakland b: June 09, 1856 d: 191 1 CONC 0 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +David Horst 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mark Weakland b: February 09, 18 1 CONC 62 d: December 16, 1954 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Ida Helena Delozier b: September 04, 1 1 CONC 872 d: September 15, 1934 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Francis 'William' Weakland b: November 13, 18 1 CONC 66 d: November 12, 1952 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Mary Emma Elder b: May 04, 1865 d: Janua 1 CONC ry 09, 1916 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Austin Peter Weakland b: July 28, 18 1 CONC 71 d: 1957 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Emma Margaret Hileman b: 1869 d: Decem 1 CONC ber 28, 1944 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT 1849 Mountain Sentinel 1 CONT North Cambria News 1 CONT Correspondence - Sandra McCartney 1 CONT Correspondence - Rosemary Richards 1 CONT Correspondence - Ann Denson 1 CONT World Connect - Marianne Martin 1 CONT FTM Home Page - K. Adams 1 CONT WFT Vol. 02 - #2149, J. Godesky. 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Patricia Wiggins, Charles Lantzy. 1 CONT Descendant Report, Melaney (Jones) Kakkar 1 CONT Hastings Newspaper - Obituary 1 CONT Barnesboro Star - Obituary 1 CONT St. Bernard Cemetery Listing 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT April 12, 2006 1 CONT I am not sure if my sparse data of Weaklands is connected to the followi 1 CONC ng but I am including it and waiting for additonal material. Ed Byrnes 1 CONT 1 CONT From Greg Eckenrode: 1 CONT You probably have seen this story many times, but it 1 CONT is interesting to me none the less. Especially with 1 CONT the progress of having Father Gallitzin granted 1 CONT sainthood. 1 CONT 1 CONT I have been to the cemetary in Loretto. One of the 1 CONT things that was interesting was that the move from the 1 CONT old cemetary to the new cemetary was not without cost. 1 CONT Many of the old tombstones crumbled and were not able 1 CONT to be replaced. Many of my ancestors on the Eckenrode 1 CONT side also lost their tombstones. 1 CONT 1 CONT Now for the story. 1 CONT 1 CONT The story about John Weakland is documented in the 1 CONT book, "Apostle of the Alleghenies" by Margaret and 1 CONT Matthew Bunsen. 1 CONT 1 CONT John Weakland was a huge 'mountainman' sort of fellow; 1 CONT a legend in his own time. Had a wolf as a pet, was 1 CONT said to have strangled a bear with his own hands when 1 CONT it attacked him. A tall, quiet man who kept to himself 1 CONT (as did wife and sons), and was given lots of respect 1 CONT and wide berth. 1 CONT 1 CONT Fr Gallitzin was not well liked among many of the area 1 CONT because he was very straight forward and once he began 1 CONT setting a project in motion, such as a gristmill or a 1 CONT sawmill, he didn't really care whose toes he stepped 1 CONT on. If his purposes were blocked by men, he would turn 1 CONT to the law for relief and most often won. Many of the 1 CONT area men felt that his buying land and creating jobs 1 CONT ruined their own plans - and many just hated the fact 1 CONT that he was not only a Russian prince, but a Catholic 1 CONT priest bent on converting everyone in that area! A 1 CONT lynch mob formed and they waited along a path the 1 CONT prince was known to take on his way back to the parish 1 CONT church. 1 CONT 1 CONT They sprang on him and began to accuse him with the 1 CONT intent on hanging him. Before they could do so, John 1 CONT Weakland came along. John stepped into the clearing 1 CONT where the hanging was going to be attempted, and with 1 CONT his right arm pulled an oak post out of the ground. 1 CONT Family legend says that his words to the mob were 1 CONT something like, "I've never laid hands on a man 1 CONT before, but that is about to change if you touch this 1 CONT holy man." and the mob fled. Fr Gallitzen prophesied 1 CONT that one of John Weakland's progeny would someday say 1 CONT Holy Mass at the St Joseph's mission church. That was 1 CONT eventually fulfilled when Fr Bernard Weakland was 1 CONT visiting the area and celebrated Holy Mass at the 1 CONT church in 1917. He did not know of the prophesy until 1 CONT after Mass, when parishioners familiar with the story 1 CONT told him about it. 1 CONT 1 CONT John Weakland's body was eventually moved from the old 1 CONT cemetery to a new one, and there is a sworn statement 1 CONT by religious sisters who over saw the exhumation and 1 CONT transportation of the body that his casket and body 1 CONT had become nothing but dust and bones, but his right 1 CONT arm was totally incorrupt. A window in St Joseph's 1 CONT church at Hart's Sleeping Place (near Altoona, 1 CONT Pennsylvania) commemorates the event. 1 CONT 1 CONT --- Jane wrote: 1 CONT 1 CONT > Carol Vass and I have been looking at some early 1 CONT > WEAKLAND and 1 CONT > associated family records. We both have WEAKLAND 1 CONT > connections in our 1 CONT > family lines. We looked at various records with 1 CONT > emphasis on Catholic 1 CONT > Trails West by O'Keefe and Adams and the first 2 1 CONT > volumes of Catholic 1 CONT > Vital Records by Ledoux. Our object is to share some 1 CONT > Weakland family 1 CONT > information, not to post a complete family tree. 1 CONT > 1 CONT > Greg Eckenrode has graciously offered to post some 1 CONT > Loretto Centenary 1 CONT > information. 1 CONT > 1 CONT > 1 CONT > My plan is to look at these folks individually, but 1 CONT > I do need to get 1 CONT > some residential locations set first. There are a 1 CONT > few records 1 CONT > published that give some location where some 1 CONT > WEAKLANDS resided before 1 CONT > settling in Cambria Co. The census records at the 1 CONT > end of this post 1 CONT > support Storey's Pennsylvania information for 1 CONT > Zephaniah. I don't 1 CONT > think the William listed is his brother. I think 1 CONT > this William is too 1 CONT > old. More on a fella named William later. Sorry to 1 CONT > report that I 1 CONT > found no WEAKLAND records in O'Rourke's Catholic 1 CONT > Families of Southern 1 CONT > Maryland that would match the Cambria family. 1 CONT > Regards, Jane Tripp 1 CONT > 1 CONT > Storey, Henry W., History of Cambria County, pp. 1 CONT > 535-572. 1 CONT > CHAPTER XXII. 1 CONT > OLD FAMILIES IN THE COUNTY. 1 CONT > The ZEPHANIAH WEAKLAND Family. ZEPHANIAH WEAKLAND 1 CONT > came from St. 1 CONT > Mary's county, Maryland, and located on the Spruce 1 CONT > creek, eight miles 1 CONT > from Huntingdon, before the close of the 1 CONT > Revolutionary war. JOHN 1 CONT > WEAKLAND was born there in 1787. ZEPHANIAH brought 1 CONT > his family to 1 CONT > Cambria county in 1808, and located near Munster, 1 CONT > building a log 1 CONT > cabin near the O'HARA's, east of Munster. In 1819 1 CONT > ZEPHANIAH removed 1 CONT > to Mahoning township, in Indiana county, but 1 CONT > returned to Johnstown in 1 CONT > 1832. Subsequently he made his home in Susquehanna 1 CONT > township, and 1 CONT > while there married for the third time when he was 1 CONT > over seventy years 1 CONT > old, and by this marriage had one or two children; 1 CONT > he died in 1849. 1 CONT > 1 CONT > William Weakland, a brother of Zephaniah, died near 1 CONT > Loretto in 1864, 1 CONT > at the age of eighty-three years. Many of their 1 CONT > descendants reside in 1 CONT > the north of the county, especially in Carroll, 1 CONT > Clearfield and 1 CONT > Susquehanna townships. 1 CONT > 1 CONT > 1 CONT > 1 CONT > These next 2 bits are from the Huntingdon Co website 1 CONT > at rootsweb. Ken 1 CONT > Boonie was the coordinator of this site for several 1 CONT > years 1 CONT > The first is referring to Franklin Twp: 1 CONT > 1 CONT > Among the names appearing upon the first assessment 1 CONT > taken after the 1 CONT > organization of the township at March session, 1789: 1 CONT > 1 CONT > ZEPHANIAH WEAKLEY 1 CONT > 1 CONT > The second, much longer, but describes Franklin Twp 1 CONT > and names some 1 CONT > residents: 1 CONT > This is an abstract. 1 CONT > 1 CONT > A description of the township from the History of 1 CONT > Huntingdon and 1 CONT > Blair Counties, Penna. by J. Simpson Africa 1 CONT > published by Louis H. 1 CONT > Everts of Philadelphia, PA in 1883. The township 1 CONT > information starts 1 CONT > on page 268. 1 CONT > 1 CONT > Geographical and Natural Features 1 CONT > This township extends northeast from the Little 1 CONT > Juniata to the 1 CONT > Centre County line, a distance of nearly twelve 1 CONT > miles, embracing the 1 CONT > Spruce Creek Valley and the country lying between 1 CONT > the Tussey 1 CONT > Mountains on the southeast and the hills of 1 CONT > Warrior's Mark township 1 CONT > on the northwest. The average width of the township 1 CONT > is about four and 1 CONT > a half miles. The surface has a general inclination 1 CONT > towards the 1 CONT > river, and that part of it in the valley of Spruce 1 CONT > Creek in underlaid 1 CONT > by limestone, and has a very productive soil. 1 CONT > Although limited in 1 CONT > extent, these lands are held in high esteem for 1 CONT > agricultural 1 CONT > purposes, and the valley contains a number of fine 1 CONT > and well improved 1 CONT > farms. Much of the northwestern slope of the valley 1 CONT > contains rich 1 CONT > deposits of iron ore, the development of which has 1 CONT > enriched the 1 CONT > township, and given it a foremost position among the 1 CONT > iron 1 CONT > manufacturing districts of the State. Spruce Creek 1 CONT > is a rapid, 1 CONT > constant stream of clear mountain water, affording a 1 CONT > number of powers 1 CONT > in its course which have been well utilized. 1 CONT > Warrior's Mark Run has 1 CONT > a smaller volume, but is also constant and supplied 1 CONT > with mill-seats. 1 CONT > It has a general southeastern course, and flows into 1 CONT > Spruce Creek 1 CONT > three miles above its mouth. The township is well 1 CONT > supplied with 1 CONT > springs, some of which are remarkable for their size 1 CONT > and the 1 CONT > excellence of their waters. 1 CONT > 1 CONT > Early Settlers and Old Surveys 1 CONT > ALEXANDER EWING on Aug. 31, 1786, took warrant for 1 CONT > three hundred and 1 CONT > fifty acres of land, including improvements begun in 1 CONT > 1777. The 1 CONT > survey, containing three hundred and eighty-four 1 CONT > acres and one 1 CONT > hundred and forty perches, preserves the north of 1 CONT > Ireland name 1 CONT > of "Aughnacloy." 1 CONT > His next neighbor on the south, ZEPHANIAH WEAKLAND, 1 CONT > owned an 1 CONT > improvement made in May, 1786, by JACOB MINER. 1 CONT > ELEXOUS FOWLER, another neighbor on the northwest 1 CONT > side, owned a 1 CONT > tract, including Spruce Creek, that was improved in 1 CONT > 1783. 1 CONT > The tract next below WEAKLAND's is the old TRAVIS 1 CONT > farm 1 CONT > called "Moulines," and was first improved in May, 1 CONT > 1777. 1 CONT > Feb. 22, 1788, ABRAHAM SELLS applied for a warrant 1 CONT > for twenty-five 1 CONT > acres of land "lying on the mouth of Spruce Creek, 1 CONT > including of one 1 CONT > mill." The improvement was made in 1766. 1 CONT > 1 CONT > The following names appear upon the first assessment 1 CONT > taken after the 1 CONT > organization of the township at March sessions, 1 CONT > 1789: 1 CONT > among them: 1 CONT > Weakley, Zephania 100 acres 1 CONT > Weakley, William _ acres 1 CONT > 1 CONT > The 1790 Huntingdon County PA (unknown township) 1 CONT > census lists 2 1 CONT > WEAKLANDS: 1 CONT > (non-alphabetic list) 1 CONT > William Wakeland: 1 CONT > 2 males >16 yrs 1 CONT > 1 male < 16 yrs 1 CONT > 3 females 1 CONT > next family listed is: 1 CONT > Zephenia Wakeland 1 CONT > 1 male >16 yrs 1 CONT > 1 female 1 CONT > 1 CONT > 1800 census, Cambria Twp., Somerset County PA: 1 CONT > (alphabetic list) 1 CONT > WICKLAND, William Sen 1 CONT > 1 male 16-25 yrs 1 CONT > 1 male >45 yrs 1 CONT > 1 female > 45 yrs 1 CONT > listed next: 1 CONT > WICKLAND, Zephaniah 1 CONT > 2 males <10 yrs 1 CONT > 1 male 26-44 yrs 1 CONT > 2 females < 10 yrs 1 CONT > 1 female 26-44 yrs 1 CONT > 1 CONT > 1810 census, Comemaugh, Cambria County PA: 1 CONT > 1 CONT === message truncated === 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT "Great Minds Think for Themselves!" 0 @I0280@ INDI 1 NAME Cosmos Thomas 'Cos' /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 FEB 1852 2 PLAC Hastings PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 DEC 1918 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0069@ 1 FAMC @F0366@ 1 NOTE @NI0280@ 0 @NI0280@ NOTE 1 CONC From: marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Sent: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 23:03:33 -0500 1 CONT Subject: [PaCambri] Francis Byrnes m Isabel Weakland: Cosmos Byrne and Eli 1 CONC zabeth Yeager:Emmett Byrne m Marie Dick 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Cosmos [Thomas, "Cos"} Byrne married Elizabeth Yeager at St. Boniface on 1 CONT March 16, 1878, Wit: Louis J. Bearer, Amanda Byrne. 1 CONT Elizabeth was born 13 September 1858 in St. Lawrence, died 18 October 18 1 CONC 89 1 CONT and buried in St. Boniface. Do not know her parents. 1 CONT The family lived in Hastings. 1 CONT Children: 1 CONT Salome, b 23 September 1877, bapt St. Boniface, d 23 September 1887 [Th 1 CONC is child 1 CONT and birth date from Charles Lantzy, I found the wedding and death for Isab 1 CONC el 1 CONT myself in the St. Boniface Records. Just noticed the discrepancy.] 1 CONT Henrietta, b 8 November 1879, St. Boniface, married Walter Elder 1 CONT Mary Malvina, b 25 September 1881 [m# 1 Benno Stitch, # 2 Frank C. Thoma 1 CONC s, but I 1 CONT think Charles Lantzy made an error, that she is the daughter of Scott Byr 1 CONC ne and 1 CONT Emma Litzinger. Perhaps he was confused by the similarity of the dates wi 1 CONC th the 1 CONT following birth.] 1 CONT Maria Catherine, b 25 September 1881, bap. St. Boniface 1 CONT Jerome Charles [Carlos, "Jerrry"], b 7 February 1885, St. Boniface, d 1955 1 CONT John Ernest [Emmett], b 5 February 1883, bap at St Benedict, Mary Etta Dic 1 CONC k 1 CONT Magdalene Marie [Madge], b 11 March 1887, bap St. Boniface, d 1921 1 CONT Walter Edward, b 5 October 1889, d 28 July 1890, bap St. Boniface[ Moth 1 CONT probably died as result of complications from this birth.] 1 CONT 1 CONT John Ernest "Emmett" Byrne, born 5 February 1883, died 27 January 1943, ma 1 CONC rried 1 CONT Marie Etta Dick, born 10 May 1891, died 19 June 1970. 1 CONT Children: 1 CONT William, b. 1908, m Isabell Kibler; 1 CONT Andrew, b 1910, m Catherine A. Wolf; 1 CONT Edith E., b 1812, m James F. Gill; 1 CONT Robert E, b 1914, m Vera Mongelluzza; 1 CONT John Paul, b 1916, m Marjorie Horton [d Vincent Horton and Rowena Ebig] 1 CONT Mary E, b 1919; 1 CONT Joseph C., b 1922, m Marie Arena; 1 CONT James R., b 1924, d 1953, m Mary Elizabeth Gray; 1 CONT Francis J., b 1926, married Lois Mary Donahue, b 4 March 1930 [d of Charl 1 CONC es 1 CONT "Ted" Donahue and Pauline Strittmatter]; 1 CONT Patrick D., b 1929, m. Jane Lieb; 1 CONT Marie C., b 1934, m Charles Lieb 1 CONT 1 CONT -----Original Message----- 1 CONT From: Marilynkwash 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@ROOTSWEB.Com 1 CONT Sent: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 22:20:03 -0500 1 CONT Subject: Some Byrnes 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Friday, May 14, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT RAPHAEL BURNS 1 CONT Raphael [Francis, "Rafe"] Burns, a former well known resident of this 1 CONT vicinity died at the State Hospital at Dixmont [Dixmont Insane Asylu 1 CONC m] at noon 1 CONT on Saturday [May 8, 1909], aged 53 years, 7 months, and 1 day. He had be 1 CONC en a 1 CONT patient at the above institution for the past two years. [b 2 Nov 1855] 1 CONT He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT Cosmos [Thomas, "Cos"], of this place, [Hastings]; [m Elizabeth Yeage 1 CONC r, d 18 Oct 1 CONT 1889] b 27 Feb 1852 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Stich, Carrolltown; [Sara Catherine] b 21 July 1861 1 CONT Mrs. Sylvester Buck, Elyria, Ohio; [Maria Amanda, m May 2, 1879]b 18 Se 1 CONC pt 1857 1 CONT Mrs. Morris Fitzgerald, of this place; [Jennie or Harriet Dora or Harri 1 CONT Johanna]b 20 Aug 1864, m 2 May, 1879 1 CONT Scott[ William or Wilford] Carrolltown; [m Emma Litzinger]b 27 Sept 185 1 CONC 0, d 23 1 CONT May 1929 1 CONT Isidore [or Theodore Francis, "Dory"], Carrolltown. [Helena James, non-Cat 1 CONC holic, 1 CONT Bellwood] b 28 Oct 1853 1 CONT [Not listed] John Francis, m Matilda Stich [can't find birth] 1 CONT The Remains were brought to the home of his sister, Mrs. Stich, at 1 CONT Carrolltown on Monday evening. The funeral services were conducted in S 1 CONT Benedict's Catholic Church, at that place at 9:00 on Tuesday morning. Aft 1 CONC er the 1 CONT services, the remains were laid to rest in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, May 23, 1929 1 CONT Scott Byrne [bap William], age 70, died in Carrolltown on May 23, 182 1 CONC 9. He 1 CONT had been ill two years. [Deceased wife is Emma Litzinger] 1 CONT He is survived by a daughter and son: 1 CONT Mrs. Mallie Steich; and 1 CONT Michael, Spangler. 1 CONT He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT John, Altoona; 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg; 1 CONT Mrs. Jennie Fitzgerald, Ebensburg; and 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Steich, Altoona. 1 CONT The funeral and burial were at St. Benedict. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From: marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Subject: Henrietta H. Byrne m John Walter Elder 1 CONT Date: Sat, 12 Mar 2005 14:08:02 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT I have looked up this family, and here is what I have. If you have it diff 1 CONC erently, check where you got the information, because this is the one ti 1 CONC me I caught Charles Lantzy in an error. He mixed up two Henrietta Byrne 1 CONC s. I know what I have here is true because I found the error when Charl 1 CONC es had me looking at the Church Registers for the children of Elizabeth Ye 1 CONC ager and Cosmos Byrnes. These people lived in Hastings, and I knew so 1 CONC me of them. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1.Conrad Yeager [1833] 1 CONT married 1 CONT Sp. Mary Ann Woodley [184] 1 CONT Children: 1 CONT 2. Elizabeth Yeager [1859] 1 CONT married 1 CONT Sp.Cosmos Thomas Byrne [1852] 1 CONT Children: 1 CONT 3. Salome Byrne [1848] 1 CONT 3. Henrietta H. Byrne [1879] 1 CONT married 1 CONT Sp. John Walter Elder [1867] 1 CONT Children 1 CONT 4. Olive Elder [1900] married _______ Menz 1 CONT 4. Cosmas I. Elder [1905] m Anna E. ________. They lived in Hastings, a 1 CONC nd had three children, one of whom, Richard Elder is married to Rose Mar 1 CONC ie Buck. [no children], and two girls, ________ m Brennan and Sandy m ____ 1 CONC ____. 1 CONT 4. John Elder [1906] 1 CONT 5. Walter Elder [1907] 1 CONT 3. Emmet J. Byrnes [1882] 1 CONT married 1 CONT Sp. Marie Etta Dick [1891] 1 CONT 3. Jerry Byrne [1886] 1 CONT 3. Maude Byrne [1885] 1 CONT 3. Olive Byrne [1889] 1 CONT 3. Mary Byrne [1892] m. ________ Murtha. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 461) 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 22:20:03 -0500 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-Id: <8C7B873C4CF8ADC-CBC-1137D@@MBLK-M12.sysops.aol.com> 1 CONT Subject: Some Byrnes 1 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Friday, May 14, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT RAPHAEL BURNS 1 CONT Raphael [Francis] Burns, a former well known resident of this vicin 1 CONC ity died at the State Hospital at Dixmont [Dixmont Insane Asylum] at no 1 CONC on on Saturday [May 8, 1909], aged 53 years, 7 months, and 1 day. He h 1 CONC ad been a patient at the above institution for the past two years. [b 2 N 1 CONC ov 1855] 1 CONT He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT Cosmos, of this place, [Hastings]; [m Elizabeth Yeager, d 18 Oct 188 1 CONC 9] b 27 Feb 1852 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Stich, Carrolltown; [Sara Catherine] b 21 July 1861 1 CONT Mrs. Sylvester Buck, Elyria, Ohio; [Maria Amanda, m May 2, 1879]b 18 Se 1 CONC pt 1857 1 CONT Mrs. Morris Fitzgerald, of this place; [Jennie or Harriet Dora or Harri 1 CONC et Johanna]b 20 Aug 1864, m 2 May, 1879 1 CONT Scott, Carrolltown; [m Emma Litzinger]b 27 Sept 1850, d 23 May 1929 1 CONT Isidore [or Theodore Francis], Carrolltown. [Helena James, non-Catholic, B 1 CONC ellwood] b 28 Oct 1853 1 CONT [Not listed] John Francis, m Matilda Stich [can't find birth] 1 CONT The Remains were brought to the home of his sister, Mrs. Stich, at Ca 1 CONC rrolltown on Monday evening. The funeral services were conducted in St. B 1 CONC enedict's Catholic Church, at that place at 9:00 on Tuesday morning. Aft 1 CONC er the services, the remains were laid to rest in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, May 23, 1929 1 CONT Scott Byrne [bap William], age 70, died in Carrolltown on May 23, 182 1 CONC 9. He had been ill two years. [Deceased wife is Emma Litzinger] 1 CONT He is survived by a daughter and son: 1 CONT Mrs. Mallie Steich; and 1 CONT Michael, Spangler. 1 CONT He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT John, Altoona; 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg; 1 CONT Mrs. Jennie Fitzgerald, Ebensburg; and 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Steich, Altoona. 1 CONT The funeral and burial were at St. Benedict. 0 @I0281@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth Christine /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 JUL 1898 2 PLAC Teacher in Clearfield PA 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 JUL 1898 2 PLAC Clearfield PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 NOV 1991 2 PLAC Her Residence Clearfield PA 1 FAMC @F0015@ 1 NOTE @NI0281@ 0 @NI0281@ NOTE 1 CONC Social Security Death Index 1 CONT about Ruth C. Schrot 1 CONT Name: Ruth C. Schrot 1 CONT SSN: 106-32-6870 1 CONT Born: 12 Jul 1898 1 CONT Died: 25 Nov 1991 1 CONT State (Year) SSN issued: New York (1957-1959) 1 CONT 0 @I0282@ INDI 1 NAME Anna Maria /Luther/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 APR 1796 1 FAMS @F0075@ 1 FAMC @F0084@ 0 @I0283@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Euclinel /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 JAN 1885 1 FAMC @F0081@ 0 @I0284@ INDI 1 NAME Loraine /Yingling/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F1168@ 1 FAMC @F0166@ 0 @I0285@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Flint/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0193@ 0 @I0286@ INDI 1 NAME John /Muller/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0086@ 0 @I0287@ INDI 1 NAME James /Leavy/ Levi 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1808 0 @I0288@ INDI 1 NAME John Michael /Rouse/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 OCT 1959 1 FAMS @F0038@ 0 @I0289@ INDI 1 NAME Emma Agnes /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 OCT 1891 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 AUG 1975 2 PLAC Clearfiled PA 1 FAMS @F0419@ 1 FAMC @F0015@ 0 @I0290@ INDI 1 NAME Russell J. /Driskel/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 DEC 1924 2 PLAC Loretto, RD, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 APR 1996 2 PLAC Conemaugh Hosp. Johnstown, Cambria Co PA 1 FAMS @F0134@ 1 FAMC @F0197@ 0 @I0291@ INDI 1 NAME Henrietta H. /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 NOV 1879 2 PLAC Hastings, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 JAN 1963 1 FAMS @F0446@ 1 FAMC @F0069@ 1 NOTE @NI0291@ 0 @NI0291@ NOTE 1 CONC Elder Mrs. Hattie, 83, Hastings, died Jan. 3, 1963, at home of her daught 1 CONC er, Mrs. Olive Men z, Sewickley, PA. Born Nov. 8, 1879, in Hastings, daugh 1 CONC ter of Cosmas and Elizabeth (Yeager) B yrne. Proceeded in death by husba 1 CONC nd John Walter, 1943. Survived by these children; Mrs. Menz , mentioned; C 1 CONC osmas, Hastings; John, Detroit, Mich; and Walter, West Palm Beach, Fla; a 1 CONC ls o 4 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Sister of Mrs. Mary Murth 1 CONC a, Pittsburgh. Funera l mass at 9 am Monday at St. Bernards Catholic Churc 1 CONC h, the Rev. Stephen Wendell, OSB. Burial , church cemetery. Friends receiv 1 CONC ed at Easly & Easly Funeral Home, Hastings, where Rosary wil l be recit 1 CONC ed at 8 pm Sunday by the Rosary Confraternity and ICBU.Johnstown Tribune D 1 CONC emocrat 1 CONT 1 CONT From: Marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Subject: [PaCambri] Surprise Party at Gill Home 1 CONT Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 17:32:51 EST 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, 1917 1 CONT 1 CONT SURPRISE PARTY AT GILL HOME 1 CONT A surprise party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gill last 1 CONT Thursday evening in observance of Mr. Gill's birthday anniversary. Cards 1 CONT featured followed by a fine lunch. Prizes went to: 1 CONT Miss Margaret Rager, 1 CONT Mrs. Mark Weakland, 1 CONT Mrs. Vincent Link, 1 CONT Alex Lann, 1 CONT Celestine Holtz, and 1 CONT William Sibert. 1 CONT The following were present: 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. William Sibert, 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Kline, [Zita Peters] 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gill, 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lantzy, 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. Alban Dillon, [Marie Strittmatter] 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. Mark Weakland, 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. William Dillon, 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. Celestine Holtz, [___ Hollen] 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elder, [Henrietta Byrne] 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. William Sullivan, 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Link, [Bertha Miller] 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hetrick, 1 CONT Mrs. Agnes [Weakland] Rager, 1 CONT Mrs. Edwin Link, 1 CONT Mrs. Steven Janscura, 1 CONT Mrs. Edward Weakland, 1 CONT Mrs. Margaret Kirk, 1 CONT Miss Margaret Rager, and 1 CONT Alex Lann. 0 @I0292@ INDI 1 NAME Jennifer /Johns/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0235@ 1 FAMC @F0204@ 0 @I0293@ INDI 1 NAME Michael Augustine /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1844 1 FAMC @F0111@ 0 @I0294@ INDI 1 NAME Gary /Carl/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0054@ 0 @I0295@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth Margaret /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 APR 1832 1 FAMS @F0675@ 1 FAMC @F0111@ 0 @I0296@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Amanda /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 SEP 1857 2 PLAC Susquehanna Township PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 SEP 1884 2 PLAC St Bernard's Cemetary Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0053@ 1 FAMC @F0366@ 1 NOTE @NI0296@ 0 @NI0296@ NOTE 1 CONC CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 461) 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 22:20:03 -0500 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-Id: <8C7B873C4CF8ADC-CBC-1137D@@MBLK-M12.sysops.aol.com> 1 CONT Subject: Some Byrnes 1 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Friday, May 14, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT RAPHAEL BURNS 1 CONT Raphael [Francis] Burns, a former well known resident of this vicin 1 CONC ity died at the State Hospital at Dixmont [Dixmont Insane Asylum] at no 1 CONC on on Saturday [May 8, 1909], aged 53 years, 7 months, and 1 day. He h 1 CONC ad been a patient at the above institution for the past two years. [b 2 N 1 CONC ov 1855] 1 CONT He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT Cosmos, of this place, [Hastings]; [m Elizabeth Yeager, d 18 Oct 188 1 CONC 9] b 27 Feb 1852 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Stich, Carrolltown; [Sara Catherine] b 21 July 1861 1 CONT Mrs. Sylvester Buck, Elyria, Ohio; [Maria Amanda, m May 2, 1879]b 18 Se 1 CONC pt 1857 1 CONT Mrs. Morris Fitzgerald, of this place; [Jennie or Harriet Dora or Harri 1 CONC et Johanna]b 20 Aug 1864, m 2 May, 1879 1 CONT Scott, Carrolltown; [m Emma Litzinger]b 27 Sept 1850, d 23 May 1929 1 CONT Isidore [or Theodore Francis], Carrolltown. [Helena James, non-Catholic, B 1 CONC ellwood] b 28 Oct 1853 1 CONT [Not listed] John Francis, m Matilda Stich [can't find birth] 1 CONT The Remains were brought to the home of his sister, Mrs. Stich, at Ca 1 CONC rrolltown on Monday evening. The funeral services were conducted in St. B 1 CONC enedict's Catholic Church, at that place at 9:00 on Tuesday morning. Aft 1 CONC er the services, the remains were laid to rest in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, May 23, 1929 1 CONT Scott Byrne [bap William], age 70, died in Carrolltown on May 23, 182 1 CONC 9. He had been ill two years. [Deceased wife is Emma Litzinger] 1 CONT He is survived by a daughter and son: 1 CONT Mrs. Mallie Steich; and 1 CONT Michael, Spangler. 1 CONT He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT John, Altoona; 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg; 1 CONT Mrs. Jennie Fitzgerald, Ebensburg; and 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Steich, Altoona. 1 CONT The funeral and burial were at St. Benedict. 0 @I0297@ INDI 1 NAME Mariae Annae (Mary /Ann)/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0045@ 0 @I0298@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 0 @I0299@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Louise /Yingling/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F1169@ 1 FAMC @F0166@ 0 @I0300@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes /McGuire/ 1 SEX F 1 NAME Agnes 2 /McQuire/ 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 OCT 1805 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 MAR 1806 1 FAMC @F0026@ 0 @I0301@ INDI 1 NAME Regis /Driskel/ 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 JUN 1945 2 PLAC WWII 1 FAMC @F0197@ 1 NOTE @NI0301@ 0 @NI0301@ NOTE 1 CONC DRISKEL, Regis 23 Oct 1923 5 Feb 1945 Sgt., US Army, WWII, killed in battl 1 CONC e, buried in Germany, s/o Michael & Annie (BYRNE) (O) 1 CONT 1 CONT Documentation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Information provided by Lisa Baker 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a 1 CONT tool to promote further research and should NOT be considered as verifi 1 CONC ed proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were 1 CONT used to obtain as many names as possible of people buried at St. Michael's 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 1 CONT FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 1 CONT FR - family record / genealogy 6) N 1 CONT - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 MAY 19 1 CONC 28 Memorial Day newspapers, 1 CONT listed war service and cemetery where buried). Didn't always find a headst 1 CONC one to correspond to the 1 CONT newspaper article, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on the 1 CONC ir headstone shows up in a 1 CONT newspaper article. 1 CONT 1 CONT DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1293 1 CONC 475 1 CONT (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individuals ma 1 CONC king the entries in the death 1 CONT registers would only list a number in the age column. In this document, t 1 CONC he ???? reference was mostly 1 CONT shown when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list 1 CONT a year if a child only lived a month. However, given the fact that oft 1 CONC en a number of entries would only 1 CONT indicate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is 1 CONT meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 1 CONT LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1 CONT 1793-1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bou 1 CONC nd pastors to keeping sacramental 1 CONT records. Since records of burial did not fall into this category, they we 1 CONC re all too frequently ignored by 1 CONT the pastors. 1 CONT 1 CONT K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", whi 1 CONC ch contains early 1 CONT baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this book was a register of d 1 CONC eaths, covering the period 1 CONT November 17, 1793 to October 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this informat 1 CONC ion from church records and 1 CONT headstones at St. Michael. 0 @I0303@ INDI 1 NAME Jane Matilda /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 SEP 1839 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1901 2 PLAC St. Monica Cemetery, Chest Springs, Cambria County PA 1 FAMS @F0681@ 1 FAMC @F0106@ 0 @I0304@ INDI 1 NAME Matilda M. /Topper/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 FEB 1831 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 NOV 1906 1 FAMS @F0121@ 1 FAMC @F0706@ 0 @I0305@ INDI 1 NAME Richard Henry /Nagle/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0068@ 1 FAMS @F0829@ 0 @I0306@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Magdalene 'Maggie' /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 NOV 1848 1 FAMC @F0111@ 0 @I0307@ INDI 1 NAME William /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0085@ 0 @I0308@ INDI 1 NAME Leo Sheridan /Schrot/ 1 SEX M 1 NAME Leonard /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 OCT 1893 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 MAR 1982 2 PLAC Orange, Florida 1 FAMS @F0096@ 1 FAMS @F0914@ 1 FAMC @F0015@ 1 NOTE @NI0308@ 0 @NI0308@ NOTE 1 CONC Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 1 CONT about Leo Sheridan Schrot 1 CONT Name: Leo Sheridan Schrot 1 CONT Death Date: 22 Mar 1982 1 CONT County of Death: Orange 1 CONT State of Death: Florida 1 CONT Age at Death: 88 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Birth Date: 10 Apr 1893 1 CONT 1 CONT See WWI registration in scrapbook 0 @I0309@ INDI 1 NAME Aaron Thomas /Mailloux/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 APR 1974 2 PLAC Winfield IL 1 FAMS @F0101@ 1 FAMC @F0122@ 0 @I0310@ INDI 1 NAME Robert A. /Yingling/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0103@ 1 FAMC @F0166@ 1 NOTE @NI0310@ 0 @NI0310@ NOTE 1 CONC 15 November 2005 1 CONT 1 CONT Bud (Edward A. Byrnes) 1 CONT Bob Yingling lost his wife yesterday after 41 years of marriage. She h 1 CONC ad MS for 35 years and he kept her at home and nursed her all those year 1 CONC s! Talk about love and devotion! 1 CONT 1 CONT Winter is coming here too! Rainy and temps of a solid 55. Saw some of t 1 CONC he expected snow out west. Truly, looking forward to the first snow fal 1 CONC l. Love the stuff! (not driving) 1 CONT 1 CONT Cuzzie 1 CONT Karen (Karen Ann Byrnes Harmon) 0 @I0311@ INDI 1 NAME Ann /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1862 1 FAMC @F0116@ 0 @I0313@ INDI 1 NAME Karie Taylor /Dennis/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 NOV 1991 2 PLAC North Charleston SC 1 FAMC @F0071@ 0 @I0314@ INDI 1 NAME Mary J. /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0108@ 0 @I0315@ INDI 1 NAME William /Sherry/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0093@ 0 @I0316@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Hauck/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE JAN 1847 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 MAY 1924 2 PLAC St. Benedict's East Carroll Twp 1 FAMS @F0039@ 1 FAMC @F0442@ 0 @I0317@ INDI 1 NAME Peter /Weakland/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1795 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1873 1 FAMS @F0043@ 1 FAMC @F0314@ 1 NOTE @NI0317@ 0 @NI0317@ NOTE 1 CONC Fourth child of John Weakland & Catherine Jackson – PETER WEAKLAND 1 CONT 1 CONT Peter (1795-1873) married Theresa Adams in 1819. By 1860, Peter is a widow 1 CONC er, and his daughter Mary has died. The 2 widowers, Peter and his son-in- 1 CONC law, Dominick Ager & his kids are living on the Peter Weakland farm. By 18 1 CONC 70, Dominick & kids are living elsewhere in Carroll Twp and Peter's daught 1 CONC er Julian & husband Terrance Delozier & their brood are living with Pet 1 CONC er on the same family farm. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Peter Weakland's records: 1 CONT 1 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: WEAKLAND, Maria Temperantia of Guilhelmi & Airy, 1 CONT 1 CONT 11 May 1817, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Petrus Weakland & Maria Gardner DAG; 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: CARNEY, Michael, of John Carney & Susan Weakland *** 1 CONT 1 CONT 16 Jan 1831, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Petrus Weakland & Teresia Weakland DAG 1 CONT 1 CONT *** This Susan Weakland is one of two Weakland daughters (the other Sara W 1 CONC eakland, w/o Hugh or Hugo Curren) of whom I have no known Weakland parent 1 CONC s. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: WEAKLAND, Catharine (twin) of Michael & Eleanor [Harris 1 CONC on], 1 CONT 1 CONT 22 Mar 1840, St. Joseph's, Hart's Sleeping Place, Carroll Twp., Cambria Co 1 CONC ., PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Petro. & Theres. Weakland PHL 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Peter Weakland married Theresa Adams (1795-1855) 10 April 1819, St. Michae 1 CONC l's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT wit to this marriage was Luke McGuire Jr 1 CONT 1 CONT Theresa Adams was the daughter of Joseph Adams & Elizabeth Haines. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Peter Weakland & Theresa Adams: 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Daughter Elizabeth Ann Weakland was baptized 5 March 1820, St. Michael' 1 CONC s, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland Jr. & Anna Lutzinger [Litzinger] 1 CONT 1 CONT I have this Elizabeth Ann Weakland as the second wife of Francis Glasse 1 CONC r, married 10 April 1849 at St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT marr wit: Petrus Weakland & Theresia, his wife 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Daughter Mary/Maria Weakland was baptized 20 May 1821, St. Michael's, Lore 1 CONC tto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Hugo McConnell & Maria Bradley 1 CONT 1 CONT I have this Mary Weakland as marrying David Krise on 4 Nov 1845 at St. Jos 1 CONC eph's, Hart's Sleeping Place, Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT marr spon: omitted 1 CONT 1 CONT After David Krise died in 1856, Mary Weakland Krise then became the thi 1 CONC rd wife of Dominic Eger on 27 Sept 1857 at St. Benedict, Carrolltown, Camb 1 CONC ria Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT wi Anselmus Weakland & Sophia Elder CEN 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary Weakland Krise Egar died 29 Feb 1860 in Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Son Henry Weakland was baptized 23 Feb 1823, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambr 1 CONC ia Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Henricus F McGuire & Ruth Adams 1 CONT 1 CONT I have this Henry Weakland marrying Mary Ann Kirkpatrick on 22 Oct 18 1 CONC 44 at St. Joseph's, Hart's Sleeping Place, Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT Mar wi: not stated 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Son Charles Weakland was baptized 15 August 1824, (at the home of his gran 1 CONC dfather, John Weakland),St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Carolus Bradley Jr. & Sara McConnell DAG 1 CONT 1 CONT Additional information: 1 CONT 1 CONT CENTENARY OF ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH, page 187 1 CONT 1 CONT Contributed by Romayne Shay McMahon OC and Judy Banja 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT SAINT JOSEPH'S CHURCH "HART'S SLEEPING PLACE" 1 CONT 1 CONT On the occasion of Father Gallitzin's celebrating Mass and baptizing Charl 1 CONC es Weakland in the house of his grandfather John Weakland on August 15, 18 1 CONC 24, permission was given the people to build a church. The location bei 1 CONC ng distant from the Ebensburg road no progress was made. 1 CONT 1 CONT This road was approved by the Court at Ebensburg June 21, 1820, beginni 1 CONC ng at Ebensburg (the old Ebensburg-Carrolltown Road), passed through Carro 1 CONC lltown, through Sun Set Park, through John Weakland's homestead, now the B 1 CONC urley farm, then passed west around St. Joseph's church up the hill N. E 1 CONC ., to the present Cross-road Hastings road to a chestnut tree - a line tr 1 CONC ee separating the St. Joseph's church property from the land east of it. T 1 CONC his road led to Clearfield. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT I have this Charles Weakland marrying Juliana Byrnes on 6 Nov 1848 at S 1 CONC t. Joseph's, Hart's Sleeping Place, Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT Mar. wi: Jacobo Deloger & Isabella Weakland 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Daughter Julia Weakland was baptized 15 August 1826, St. Michael's, Lorett 1 CONC o, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Petrus Adams, s/o Joseph & Juliana Maguire, d/o Riccardus 1 CONT 1 CONT I have this Julia Weakland marrying Terrence Delozier on 18 June 1849 at S 1 CONC t. Joseph's, Hart's Sleeping Place, Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT marr wi: William Noel & Elleonora Elder 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ? Son Ambrose Weakland was born 22 March 1828 [calculated from dod]. No ba 1 CONC ptismal records. 1 CONT 1 CONT This Ambrose Weakland has no baptismal records, but is listed in the 18 1 CONC 50 census (age 22) with Peter & Theresa Weakland. 1 CONT 1 CONT I have this Ambrose Weakland marrying Elizabeth Ruffner on 22 Jan 18 1 CONC 54 at St. Benedict, Carrolltown, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT mar wit: Guilielmo Noel/Catharina Weakland MC 1 CONT 1 CONT I have date of death as 23 August 1855. Ledoux records list his age at d 1 CONC od as 27-5-1 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0318@ INDI 1 NAME Wesley Sigman /Hardegree/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0102@ 0 @I0319@ INDI 1 NAME Anna Helen /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 APR 1900 2 PLAC Secretary 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 APR 1900 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 SEP 1996 1 FAMS @F0318@ 1 FAMC @F0015@ 1 NOTE @NI0319@ 0 @NI0319@ NOTE 1 CONC Pretty sure this is right, Anna did live in Curwensville up till death 1 CONT Name: Anna Sandri 1 CONT SSN: 176-07-5166 1 CONT Last Residence: 16833 Curwensville, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, United Stat 1 CONC es of America 1 CONT Born: 2 Apr 1900 1 CONT Died: 30 Sep 1996 1 CONT State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951 ) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT U.S. Phone and Address Directories, 1993-2002 1 CONT about Lewis, Mrs Sandri 1 CONT Name: Lewis, Mrs Sandri 1 CONT Address: 700 Bloomgtn Ave 1 CONT City: Curwensville 1 CONT State: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Zip Code: 16833 1 CONT Phone Number: 814-236-0813 1 CONT Residence Years: 1997 1 CONT View Neighbors: View neighbors 1 CONT 0 @I0320@ INDI 1 NAME Christian /Ladenberger/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1857 2 PLAC Alsace-Lorain 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1933 1 FAMS @F0178@ 1 NOTE @NI0320@ 0 @NI0320@ NOTE 1 CONC From William H. "Dick Byrnes" letter rec. 17 Nov 2003 1 CONT 1 CONT My maternal grandfather (Christian Ladenberger) was a blacksmith at the co 1 CONC al mines in Allport , Penna. He was a short stocky man with a heavy mustac 1 CONC he. My maternal grandmother (Anna Laden berger) was a big woman and an exc 1 CONC ellent cook. Her roast beef with lots of "speck" and mashe d potatoes wi 1 CONC th dark gravy were a special treat. She lived with my parents after her hu 1 CONC sban d Christian died. She suffered a lot of pain from rheumatism and rubb 1 CONC ed her legs every nigh t with witchhazel that had a very distinct odor. 0 @I0321@ INDI 1 NAME Cheryl Lynn /Johnson/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 NOV 1968 2 PLAC Aurora ?? 1 FAMS @F0101@ 0 @I0322@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Bearer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0132@ 0 @I0323@ INDI 1 NAME Anicetus J. "Cede" /Illig/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 JAN 1888 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 JAN 1963 1 BURI 2 PLAC Ebensburg, PA 0 @I0324@ INDI 1 NAME Leonard Leas /Litzinger/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1832 1 DEAT 2 DATE ABT 1900 1 FAMS @F0070@ 1 FAMC @F0065@ 1 NOTE @NI0324@ 0 @NI0324@ NOTE 1 CONC Notes for Leonard Leas Litzinger: 1 CONT General Notes: 1 CONT Married at St. Augustine's Catholic Church, Chest Springs, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1860 PA census, Cambria Co., Chest Springs, page 163 1 CONT Leonard L. 27 1 CONT Mary 22 1 CONT Leonard L. 6 1 CONT Alice J. 4 1 CONT Mary M. 3 1 CONT Adeline E. 1 1 CONT 1870 PA census, Cambria Co., East Conamaugh Boro., page 375 1 CONT On 1870 census, age was given as 45 (?) - would make birthdate about 182 1 CONC 5. The family was 1 CONT living in a railroad boarding house - his occupation was listed as firem 1 CONC an on railroad. Leas had 1 CONT remarried to Catherine and had a baby daughter, Ann - aged 8 or 9 months. 1 CONT 1880 PA census, Familysearch.org: Even though the first name and dob are w 1 CONC rong, I 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Leonard Leas Litzinger: 1 CONT General Notes: 1 CONT Married at St. Augustine's Catholic Church, Chest Springs, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1860 PA census, Cambria Co., Chest Springs, page 163 1 CONT Leonard L. 27 1 CONT Mary 22 1 CONT Leonard L. 6 1 CONT Alice J. 4 1 CONT Mary M. 3 1 CONT Adeline E. 1 1 CONT 1870 PA census, Cambria Co., East Conamaugh Boro., page 375 1 CONT On 1870 census, age was given as 45 (?) - would make birthdate about 182 1 CONC 5. The family was 1 CONT living in a railroad boarding house - his occupation was listed as firem 1 CONC an on railroad. Leas had 1 CONT remarried to Catherine and had a baby daughter, Ann - aged 8 or 9 months. 1 CONT 1880 PA census, Familysearch.org: Even though the first name and dob are w 1 CONC rong, I 1 CONT 1 CONT 30. iv. Adeline Elizabeth Litzinger. She was born on 17 Apr 1859 in Cambr 1 CONC ia Co. PA. 1 CONT She married James Franklin McCarty. They were married on 20 Jun 1882 in 1 CONT Logan Township, PA. She died on 22 Jul 1931 in Bartow, Polk County, FL. Bu 1 CONC rial 1 CONT on 23 Jul 1931 in Gallaway Cemetary, Polk County, FL. Event 1 on 15 May 19 1 CONC 59 1 CONT in Christened "Adalaide", St Aug, Chest Sprgs. Cause of Death was Colon 1 CONT cancer. Medical Condition was Cancer. Occupation in Seamstress. 1 CONT Ethnicity/Relig. in Catholic. Comment 1 in Godmother: Jane Zerbee. Comme 1 CONC nt 2 1 CONT in Buried in Griffin Cemetary, Polk Co, FL. 1 CONT v. Anna Harriet Litzinger. She was born Apr 1861. Event 3 on 09 Jun 1861 i 1 CONC n 1 CONT Bapt. St. Aloysius Gonzaga, Summit, PA. Event 1 on 12 Sep 1938 in mentione 1 CONC d 1 CONT in letter from Morgan J.. Event 2 in Litzinger to Maj. Durst. Fact 5 in Ba 1 CONC pt. St. 1 CONT Aloysius Gonzaga, Summit, PA. She died in infancy. 1 CONT 31. vi. George A. Litzinger. He was born on 25 Oct 1866 in Cambria Co P 1 CONC A. Event 1 1 CONT 1880 in Census-Allegheny Twp. age 14, as boarder. He married Mary E. Moyer 1 CONC . 1 CONT They were married Abt. 1885. He died on 29 Nov 1893 in PA. Cause of Death 0 @I0325@ INDI 1 NAME /Buck/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0257@ 0 @I0326@ INDI 1 NAME Marsha /Deittrick/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 DEC 1958 1 FAMS @F0035@ 0 @I0327@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Hammer/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1717 1 DEAT 2 DATE ABT 1793 2 PLAC Heidlburg Twp, York Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0198@ 1 FAMC @F0388@ 0 @I0328@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Bearer/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0132@ 0 @I0329@ INDI 1 NAME Charles /Mary/, Roseline, James, Edward Scanlon 1 FAMC @F0129@ 0 @I0330@ INDI 1 NAME Valentine /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1883 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 MAR 1898 1 FAMC @F0041@ 1 NOTE @NI0330@ 0 @NI0330@ NOTE 1 CONC Died young about 24 years 0 @I0331@ INDI 1 NAME Pamela Jean /Bracken/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 AUG 1967 2 PLAC Spangler PA 1 FAMS @F0250@ 1 FAMC @F0112@ 0 @I0332@ INDI 1 NAME Clyde /Bearer/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0132@ 0 @I0333@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Curran/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 DEC 1905 2 PLAC Siassvale, PA 1 FAMS @F0109@ 0 @I0334@ INDI 1 NAME Barbara /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 MAY 1938 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 JUN 1938 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Thomas Cem. Ashville, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMC @F0131@ 0 @I0335@ INDI 1 NAME Lucy /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE JUL 1896 1 FAMC @F0175@ 1 NOTE @NI0335@ 0 @NI0335@ NOTE 1 CONC became Sister Mary Alma of St. Joseph's order 0 @I0336@ INDI 1 NAME Susan /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 JUL 1838 1 FAMS @F0678@ 1 FAMS @F0677@ 1 FAMC @F0111@ 0 @I0337@ INDI 1 NAME Lawrence /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0131@ 0 @I0338@ INDI 1 NAME Sylvester Hugh /Buck/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 JUN 1853 2 PLAC Carroll Twp Cambria C. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 JAN 1936 1 FAMS @F0053@ 0 @I0339@ INDI 1 NAME Cecelia /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0493@ 1 FAMC @F0131@ 0 @I0340@ INDI 1 NAME Jacob /Wysong/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1757 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1823 2 PLAC Shepardstown, WV 1 FAMS @F0395@ 1 FAMC @F0198@ 0 @I0341@ INDI 1 NAME Michael D. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 OCT 1910 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 MAR 1989 1 FAMS @F0109@ 1 FAMC @F0060@ 0 @I0342@ INDI 1 NAME Maurice /Bearer/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0132@ 0 @I0343@ INDI 1 NAME Mathew Fidelis /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 APR 1875 1 FAMC @F0039@ 0 @I0344@ INDI 1 NAME Viola /Lann/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1906 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1970 2 PLAC St Bernard's 1 FAMS @F0036@ 0 @I0345@ INDI 1 NAME Theodore /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1932 1 FAMC @F0131@ 0 @I0346@ INDI 1 NAME Anastasia /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 APR 1856 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 JUL 1935 1 FAMS @F0136@ 1 FAMC @F0032@ 1 NOTE @NI0346@ 0 @NI0346@ NOTE 1 CONC Photo in scrapbook of 4 girls: 1 CONT 1 CONT The girl to the far right is my grandmother Mary Amelia Lantzy, daught 1 CONC er of Simon P. Lantzy and Anastasia Byrne, Garmantown, Cambria County, P 1 CONC A. I need help in determining who the other three girls are as the writi 1 CONC ng is very faded on the back (possibly might be an Ethel Westover, _____ W 1 CONC estover, and an Edna Westover or Westrick). 1 CONT Photo submitted by Marianne Martin 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0347@ INDI 1 NAME James /Kirkpatrick/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0075@ 1 FAMC @F1176@ 0 @I0348@ INDI 1 NAME Robert William /Bracken/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 FEB 1966 2 PLAC Spangler PA 1 FAMS @F0249@ 1 FAMC @F0112@ 0 @I0349@ INDI 1 NAME Anna /McClure/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1867 1 FAMS @F0177@ 0 @I0350@ INDI 1 NAME Michael R. /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 AUG 1949 1 FAMC @F0072@ 0 @I0351@ INDI 1 NAME Shirley /Yingling/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0093@ 1 FAMC @F0166@ 0 @I0352@ INDI 1 NAME Mary M. /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 OCT 1833 1 DEAT 2 DATE ABT 1870 2 PLAC Chest Springs PA 1 FAMS @F0070@ 1 FAMC @F0106@ 0 @I0353@ INDI 1 NAME Michael /Carl/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0054@ 0 @I0354@ INDI 1 NAME Michael /Cunningham/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1784 2 PLAC Ireland 1 FAMS @F0407@ 0 @I0355@ INDI 1 NAME Jonathan /Carl/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0054@ 0 @I0356@ INDI 1 NAME Jimmy /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 MAY 1989 1 FAMC @F0035@ 0 @I0357@ INDI 1 NAME Simon P. /Lantzy/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 MAY 1857 2 PLAC Carroll Twp Cambria C. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 OCT 1936 2 PLAC Garmantown PA 1 FAMS @F0136@ 1 FAMC @F0742@ 1 NOTE @NI0357@ 0 @NI0357@ NOTE 1 CONC # Name: Simon P. LANTZY 1 CONT # Sex: M 1 CONT # Birth: 01 MAY 1857 in Carroll Twp, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 2 1 CONT # Death: 03 OCT 1936 in Garmantown, , Pennsylvania 2 1 CONT # Note: Obituary found in the Indiana Weekly Messenger, Thursday 8 Oct 193 1 CONC 6. page 4, reading as follows: Simon P. Lantzy Funeral services were condu 1 CONC cted on Monday in the Barnesboro Catholic church, followed by interme 1 CONC nt in Carrolltown, for Simon P. Lantzy, aged 79, who died on Friday at h 1 CONC is home at Garmantown, from pneumonia, following a brief illness. The dece 1 CONC ased, who was one of the widely known and esteemed residents of the Garman 1 CONC town community, resided in that section all his life. Many years ago he ac 1 CONC quired the homestead and mill property at Garmantown owned for a long peri 1 CONC od by the late Peter Garman, who later became a resident of Indiana. F 1 CONC or a number of years Mr. Lantzy conducted the Susquehanna House, a well-kn 1 CONC own hotel at Garmantown, and retiring from the hotel business he operat 1 CONC ed the Garmantown flouring mill. He was married to Miss Anastasia Burns, w 1 CONC ho died a year ago. The surviving children are J. A. Lantzy and Walt 1 CONC er P. Lantzy, of Garmantown; Mrs. E. I. Plummer, of Altoona, and N. C. Lan 1 CONC tzy of Ithaca, N. Y. He also leave nine grandchildren, one great grandchi 1 CONC ld and several brothers and sisters. 1 CONT From Kathleen Lantzy Steiger 16 October 2006 1 CONT 1 CONT ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ******************** 1 CONT NEWS: Items from the Cambria Freeman, January 2, 1903, Cambria County, PA 1 CONT Contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives by Patty Millich 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Simon Lantzy, of Garman's Mils, while on a visit to Ebensburg on 1 CONT Friday last, slipped on the icy pavement, breaking his right ankle. 1 CONT ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ******************** 0 @I0358@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah Ann /Weakland/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 FEB 1819 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 FEB 1894 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp, Cambria Co., PA 1 FAMS @F0200@ 1 FAMC @F0316@ 1 NOTE @NI0358@ 0 @NI0358@ NOTE 1 CONC 1 CONT Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Vol. I, 1793-1839, Ledoux 1 CONT 1003 WEAKLAND, Sara Anna (Michaeliss/Mariae), b. 2-28-1819, bp. 9-23-1821 1 CONT godparents: Guilhelmus Weakland/Barbara WEAKLAND 1 CONT by Rev. Prince Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin at St. Michael Church, Lorett 1 CONC o, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Vol. I, 1793-1839, Ledoux 1 CONT 5409 BYRNE, Thomas, m. 4-24-1838, WAEKLAND, Sarah 1 CONT St. Joseph Catholic Church, Hart's Sleeping Place, PA, by Peter H. Lemke 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT DEATH CERTIFICATE FROM THE WILL FILE PACKET #3428 THOMAS J. BYRNE 1 CONT CAMBRIA COUNTY COURT HOUSE, EBENSBURG, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT To John H Brown Register of Cambria Co Susquehanna Twp Dec 1886 1 CONT In the undersigned widow of Thomas J. Byrne deed, lat of said Twp do her 1 CONC by renounce my right to administer on said Estate and authorize you to app 1 CONC oint my son Joseph Robert Byrne Admin of said Thomas J Byrne deed. 1 CONT Witnes my and and seal the dan and year aforesaid 1 CONT Witness 1 CONT Augustine Miller(signature) } Sarah Ann byrne (signature) (Seal) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT More About SARA ANN WEAKLAND: 1 CONT Baptism: September 23, 1821, St. Michael's Church, Loretto, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania293 1 CONT Census: 1850, Susquehanna Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1850, Thomas Byrne 1 CONT Death Age: 71 years 1 CONT Godparents: William Weakland/Barbara Weakland 1 CONT 1 CONT > BYRNE, Sara Ann. Female. Age 74. Widow. Born Susquehanna. died 1 CONT > February 14, 1894, in Susquehanna. "Grip." Buried in St. Joseph's 1 CONT > [Hart's Sleeping Place,] February 16, 1894. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1819 Zephaniah removed to Mahoning township, in Indiana county, but ret 1 CONC urned to Johnstown in 1832. 1 CONT 1 CONT He appeared on the United States Federal Census census in 1820 in 1 CONT Mahoning Twp., Indiana Co. PA. alphabetic list; 1 CONT 1 CONT Note that son Michael is married to Mary Gardner in 1818, they have a daug 1 CONC hter Isabella, with no baptismal record or date of birth, and a daughter S 1 CONC ara Anna, b 1819, but not baptized until 1821. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sarah Ann Byrnes, 1894, aged 72 years 1 CONT LisaBaker65 (View posts) Posted: 26 Jun 2007 10:25PM 1 CONT 1 CONT Classification: Obituary 1 CONT Surnames: Byrnes, Weakland 1 CONT The Tribune, Hastings, PA, F 16 FEB 1894, page 1 1 CONT Mrs. Sarah Ann Byrnes, one of theoldest and most respected ladies of Susqu 1 CONC ehanna Township, died on Wednesday, at the age of 72 years. Her remains we 1 CONC re enterred in the cemetery at the old St. Joseph's Church, between this p 1 CONC lace and Carrolltown today. Mrs. Byrnes is survived by a number of childre 1 CONC n, among whom are Thomas and Robert J. Byrnes, well known citizens of Susq 1 CONC uehanna Township. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Vol. I, 1793-1839, Ledoux 1 CONT 1003 WEAKLAND, Sara Anna (Michaeliss/Mariae), b. 2-28-1819, bp. 9-23-1821 1 CONT godparents: Guilhelmus Weakland/Barbara Weakland 1 CONT by Rev. Prince Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin at St. Michael Church, Lorett 1 CONC o, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Vol. I, 1793-1839, Ledoux 1 CONT 5409 BYRNE, Thomas, m. 4-24-1838, WAEKLAND, Sarah 1 CONT St. Joseph Catholic Church, Hart's Sleeping Place, PA, by Peter H. Lemke 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria County Death Records. Courthouse, Ebensburg, Pennsylvania 1 CONT BYRNE, Sara Ann. Female. Age 74. Widow. Born Susquehanna. died Februa 1 CONC ry 14, 1894, in Susquehanna. "Grip." Buried in St. Joseph's [Hart's Slee 1 CONC ping Place,] February 16, 1894. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Tribune, Hastings, PA, F 16 FEB 1894, page 1 1 CONT Mrs. Sarah Ann Byrnes, one of the oldest and most respected ladies of Susq 1 CONC uehanna Township, died on Wednesday, at the age of 72 years. Her remains w 1 CONC ere enterred in the cemetery at the old St. Joseph's Church, between th 1 CONC is place and Carrolltown today. Mrs. Byrnes is survived by a number of chi 1 CONC ldren, among whom are Thomas and Robert J. Byrnes, well known citize 1 CONC ns of Susquehanna Township. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sarah Ann Byrnes, 1894, aged 72 years 1 CONT LisaBaker65 (View posts) Posted: 26 Jun 2007 9:25PM 1 CONT 1 CONT Classification: Obituary 1 CONT Surnames: Byrnes, Weakland 1 CONT The Tribune, Hastings, PA, F 16 FEB 1894, page 1 1 CONT Mrs. Sarah Ann Byrnes, one of theoldest and most respected ladies of Susqu 1 CONC ehanna Township, died on Wednesday, at the age of 72 years. Her remains we 1 CONC re enterred in the cemetery at the old St. Joseph's Church, between this p 1 CONC lace and Carrolltown today. Mrs. Byrnes is survived by a number of childre 1 CONC n, among whom are Thomas and Robert J. Byrnes, well known citizens of Susq 1 CONC uehanna Township. 1 CONT 0 @I0359@ INDI 1 NAME Elmer A. /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 JUL 1906 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 OCT 1974 1 _MILT 2 PLAC CAPT 1328 ENGR C BN WWII 1 FAMS @F0238@ 1 FAMC @F0172@ 1 NOTE @NI0359@ 0 @NI0359@ NOTE 1 CONC Info from OneWorldTree 0 @I0360@ INDI 1 NAME Larry /Ewanits/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0118@ 0 @I0361@ INDI 1 NAME Michael Joseph /McCormick/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 MAR 1957 1 FAMS @F0228@ 1 FAMC @F0033@ 0 @I0362@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Hugney/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0094@ 0 @I0363@ INDI 1 NAME Ella Mae /Winters/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0266@ 0 @I0364@ INDI 1 NAME Karen Marie /McCormick/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 DEC 1959 1 FAMS @F0229@ 1 FAMC @F0033@ 0 @I0365@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph Hugh /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 SEP 1913 2 PLAC Clearfield Twp PA 1 FAMS @F0913@ 1 FAMC @F0110@ 1 NOTE @NI0365@ 0 @NI0365@ NOTE 1 CONC Joseph H. Schrot 1 CONT Retiree was former member of Immaculate Heart of Mary 1 CONT CLEARFIELD, Pa. -- Joseph H. Schrot, Clearfield, formerly of Mercer, di 1 CONC ed at 10:38 a.m. Monday (11-20-00) in Knickerbocker Villa, Clearfiel 1 CONC d. He was 87. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Schrot was born July 5, 1913, in Bradford to Joseph J. and Jessie I. M 1 CONC cKay Schrot. 1 CONT 1 CONT He retired after 33 years as an engineer from Penn Central Railroad. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Schrot formerly was a member of Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Merce 1 CONC r. He belonged to United Transportation Union Local 137. 1 CONT 1 CONT His wife, the former Edith Carlson, preceded him in death. 1 CONT 1 CONT Surviving are: a daughter, Mrs. James (Rosemary) Cathcart, Clearfield; t 1 CONC wo stepsons, Jack Warner, Beloit, Wis.; and Don Warner, Cleveland; a siste 1 CONC r, Mrs. George (Sara) Vokes, Clearfield; five grandchildren; and three gre 1 CONC at-grandchildren. 1 CONT 1 CONT Besides his wife, he was preceded in death by a sister, Mrs. William (Mar 1 CONC y) Geppert. 1 CONT 1 CONT Memorial contributions may be made to Clearfield Foundation for Health-Hos 1 CONC pice, Box 992; or St. Francis Educational Endowment Fund, 212 S. Front St 1 CONC ., both Clearfied 16830. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT SCHROT 1 CONT Joseph H., 87, Clearfield, Pa., formerly of Mercer. 1 CONT Calling hours: None. 1 CONT Service: Mass of Christian burial at 1 p.m. Wednesday (11-22-00) in S 1 CONC t. Francis Church, Clearfield, with the Rev. Dennis C. Hadberg, pasto 1 CONC r, as celebrant. 1 CONT Burial: Calvary Cemetery, Clearfield. 1 CONT Arrangements by KEVIN A. BEARDSLEY FUNERAL HOME Inc., 113 N. Third St 1 CONC ., Clearfield. 0 @I0366@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Cunningham/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 JUL 1823 1 FAMS @F0586@ 1 FAMS @F0078@ 1 FAMC @F0407@ 0 @I0367@ INDI 1 NAME Francis /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0085@ 0 @I0368@ INDI 1 NAME James Alfred /Lantzy/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 JUN 1880 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1880 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 FEB 1942 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1942 1 FAMS @F0137@ 1 FAMC @F0333@ 0 @I0369@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Yeager/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 SEP 1859 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 OCT 1889 2 PLAC St. Boniface Cemetery Elder Twp PA 1 FAMS @F0069@ 1 FAMC @F0445@ 1 NOTE @NI0369@ 0 @NI0369@ NOTE 1 CONC CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 461) 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 22:20:03 -0500 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-Id: <8C7B873C4CF8ADC-CBC-1137D@@MBLK-M12.sysops.aol.com> 1 CONT Subject: Some Byrnes 1 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Friday, May 14, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT RAPHAEL BURNS 1 CONT Raphael [Francis] Burns, a former well known resident of this vicin 1 CONC ity died at the State Hospital at Dixmont [Dixmont Insane Asylum] at no 1 CONC on on Saturday [May 8, 1909], aged 53 years, 7 months, and 1 day. He h 1 CONC ad been a patient at the above institution for the past two years. [b 2 N 1 CONC ov 1855] 1 CONT He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT Cosmos, of this place, [Hastings]; [m Elizabeth Yeager, d 18 Oct 188 1 CONC 9] b 27 Feb 1852 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Stich, Carrolltown; [Sara Catherine] b 21 July 1861 1 CONT Mrs. Sylvester Buck, Elyria, Ohio; [Maria Amanda, m May 2, 1879]b 18 Se 1 CONC pt 1857 1 CONT Mrs. Morris Fitzgerald, of this place; [Jennie or Harriet Dora or Harri 1 CONC et Johanna]b 20 Aug 1864, m 2 May, 1879 1 CONT Scott, Carrolltown; [m Emma Litzinger]b 27 Sept 1850, d 23 May 1929 1 CONT Isidore [or Theodore Francis], Carrolltown. [Helena James, non-Catholic, B 1 CONC ellwood] b 28 Oct 1853 1 CONT [Not listed] John Francis, m Matilda Stich [can't find birth] 1 CONT The Remains were brought to the home of his sister, Mrs. Stich, at Ca 1 CONC rrolltown on Monday evening. The funeral services were conducted in St. B 1 CONC enedict's Catholic Church, at that place at 9:00 on Tuesday morning. Aft 1 CONC er the services, the remains were laid to rest in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, May 23, 1929 1 CONT Scott Byrne [bap William], age 70, died in Carrolltown on May 23, 182 1 CONC 9. He had been ill two years. [Deceased wife is Emma Litzinger] 1 CONT He is survived by a daughter and son: 1 CONT Mrs. Mallie Steich; and 1 CONT Michael, Spangler. 1 CONT He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT John, Altoona; 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg; 1 CONT Mrs. Jennie Fitzgerald, Ebensburg; and 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Steich, Altoona. 1 CONT The funeral and burial were at St. Benedict. 0 @I0370@ INDI 1 NAME Maria Anna Byrne /McGuire/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE SEP 1803 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 JUN 1872 1 CHR 2 DATE SEP 1803 1 FAMS @F0051@ 1 FAMC @F0058@ 1 NOTE @NI0370@ 0 @NI0370@ NOTE 1 CONC McGUIRE/BYRNE/PLATT 1 CONT Bill Mackey (View posts) Posted: 3 May 1998 12:00PM GMT 1 CONT 1 CONT Classification: Query 1 CONT Surnames: 1 CONT According to Loretto records in Catholic Vital Records V1 #58 - Maria A 1 CONC nn Byrne b. Sept 1803 of Michael McGuire and Sara Byrne. No record of Mich 1 CONC ael's death. 1 CONT 1 CONT Also V1 #3033.06 Mariam Annae Platt b.14 Dec 1814 of John and Sara Platt 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Received the following from Beth Rykhus on 8 Feb 2009 1 CONT This one has a lot of mystery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael Joseph McGuire, son of Michael and Rachel (Brown) McGuire, was bo 1 CONC rn and died in Maryland. b. April 08, 1785, d. June 07, 1835 in Baltimor 1 CONC e, Baltimore County, Maryland. Sometime in between those dates, he w 1 CONC as in Cambria County. 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael was the brother to Richard McGuire who married Eleanor Byrne, sist 1 CONC er of Sarah. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sarah Byrne and Michael McGuire may not have married, yet had a child, Ma 1 CONC ry Ann McGuire, b. September 1803 in Loretto and d. June 12, 1872 in Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary Ann McGuire Platt. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 3, # 00058 McGuire, Maria Anna (Michael/Sara Byrn 1 CONC e) b. 09-__-1803 bp. 09-__-1803 gp: omitted DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 139 1 CONT Mary Ann is listed with parents Michael McGuire and Sarah Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT 9/23/1821: Mary Anne, d. of Michael, is named as godparent (along with Hen 1 CONC ry Bender and Sarah Byrne) to Henry Byrne, b. August 19, 1821. 1 CONT 1 CONT 04-07-1824: Mary Ann is named as godparent (along with Daniel Walte 1 CONC r) to James Leavy, s. of Michael and Mary, b. March 24, 1824. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 187: 1 CONT McGuire, Mary (of Michael and Sarah) b. Sept. 1803 d. June 12, 1872 1 CONT [Probably never married.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael married a Margaret [mnu] and had 4 children between 1810 and 182 1 CONC 5. So Sarah and Michael could have married and divorced, or were never ma 1 CONC rried, probably the later. Sarah married John Platt in 1809. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Michael McGuire 1 CONT 1 CONT December 27, 1801: Michael and Apollonia McGuire [siblings of Patience] a 1 CONC re named as godparents to Rachel McGuire, daughter, of Michael and Patien 1 CONC ce [McGuire] McGuire. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899) 1 CONT p. 139, MCGUIRE Michael and Sarah Byrne. Mary Ann. (1803.) 1 CONT p. 140, MCGUIRE Michael and Margaret _____. Ellen, John, Timothy, Margar 1 CONC et Jane. (1810-25.) 1 CONT 1 CONT It is suggested that Michael McGuire was the first husband of Sarah Byr 1 CONC ne who later married John Platt Jr. and that Mary Ann Platt of the Platt/L 1 CONC uther family was actually M. McGuire's child who was then raised by John P 1 CONC latt Jr. 1 CONT Later data would suggest Michael and Sarah never married. 1 CONT 1 CONT Huntingdon County., Pennsylvania Orphans Court May term 1803 named as he 1 CONC ir of Michael McGuire of Allegheny Township. 1 CONT 1 CONT September, 1803: Named in baptism records of Mary Ann McGuire, daughter. 1 CONT 1 CONT Allegheny Tax list 1808 does not show in 1810,1811, 1814,1815,1816. Not su 1 CONC re if this is the guy. [From Gregory Ryan] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1810 Census, Cambria Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 145b 3 McGUIRE, Michel 00010 - 00100 (1 male, 1 female) 1 CONT 1 CONT 2/4/1810: Michael McGuire is still in town for a baptism 1 CONT [From Jane Tripp] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1812 Liquor licenses: 1 CONT Return of Cambria County Retailers Liquors by small in – sures: (tear in p 1 CONC aper) 1 CONT Michael McGuire 1 CONT Abram Mooney 1 CONT William R. Williams 1 CONT John Thomas 1 CONT Thomas James 1 CONT Obstruction on the highways – None 1 CONT Deer killed out of season – None (tear in paper – it could have been one.) 1 CONT Bastrd children born – None 1 CONT Negro or Malatio Slaves None 1 CONT June the 1st 1812 David Todd, Constable 1 CONT 1 CONT 1824 Michael Maguire, carpenter lives on Holliday St. west side south of P 1 CONC leasant. [Directories prior to 1824 need to be checked to see when Micha 1 CONC el arrived in Baltimore] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1828 Michael J. and Margaret of Baltimore sell to Luke McGuire for $1 la 1 CONC nd called Boot in Allegheny Township. patented 12/22/1813 book 10 pg. 30 1 CONC 3. Deed 5/5/1828 Cambria County., Pennsylvania deeds 3-437. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1830 6th ward, Baltimore County., MD Michael J. McGuire 20101 10102 1 CONT 1 CONT 1833 Michael J. Maguire/McGuire lives on Holliday St. south of Pleasant a 1 CONC nd has a shop at 50 N. Gay St. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1840 6th ward, Baltimore County., MD Margaret Maguire 010011 0111101 1 CONT 1 CONT 1835 Margaret Maguire begins to administer the estate of Michael. There a 1 CONC re no children mentioned in any of the references. There were 5 lots list 1 CONC ed in the inventory. There are no deeds showing the sell of this land. [B 1 CONC altimore County., MD Administration Accounts vol. 34-130; Baltimore Count 1 CONC y, MD administration accounts vol. 42-12; Baltimore County., MD inventori 1 CONC es vol. 44-391 and 45-481] 1 CONT 1 CONT The numbers in the census might suggest that Michael and Margaret had fo 1 CONC ur children born between 1800-1810. The numbers for 1820 show that the t 1 CONC wo males have probably died. The girls however were born between1804-18 1 CONC 10 and 1794-1804. This fits with the 1810 dates. By 1830 there is a you 1 CONC ng family living with Michael and Margaret. The dates do not seem to wo 1 CONC rk for anyone. Both Michael and Margaret seem too young. Also we know th 1 CONC at Margaret had a boarding house by 1837. Quite possibly she ran this boa 1 CONC rding house long before this time and the census reflect boarders and no c 1 CONC hildren. I have looked in the baptisms of the Assumption of the Blessed V 1 CONC irgin Mary and found no McGuires married or born in the right time fra 1 CONC me to be children of Michael and Margaret. Neither could I find Micha 1 CONC el or Margaret sponsoring any children in this time frame. There were oth 1 CONC er churches in the area and perhaps Michael and Margaret actually attend 1 CONC ed a congregation who shared the cemetery of the Assumption church. A 1 CONC ll the surviving church records need to be checked carefully. The cemete 1 CONC ry lot at Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Mulber 1 CONC ry and Cathedral Sts. might show who was buried near Michael and Margar 1 CONC et and give leads to possible children. Also the city directories might sh 1 CONC ow who was living at 58 Holiday in1847. This person might have been the h 1 CONC eir of Margaret. Using this name in the deeds might turn up some useful i 1 CONC nformation. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Sarah Byrne 1 CONT [bcr note: I have found nothing that indicates her middle name is Phoebe.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 139 (See notes for husbands, Michael Mc 1 CONC Guire and John Platt.) 1 CONT 1 CONT September, 1803: Named in baptism records of Mary Ann McGuire, daughter. 1 CONT 1 CONT October 6, 1805: Philip Noon and Sarah Byrne [sister of Eleanor], daught 1 CONC er of John, were named as godparents to Agnes McGuire, daughter of Richa 1 CONC rd and Eleanor [Byrne] McGuire. 1 CONT [Sarah's married surname would be McGuire if she and Michael married. W 1 CONC hy is she not using it? Another indication that perhaps she and Michael n 1 CONC ever married.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 6/1807: Sarah is using the Byrne name at baptism of nephew Demetrius. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1809: Sarah Byrne marries John Platt Jr. 1 CONT [From Jane Tripp] 1 CONT 1 CONT *1840 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Sarah Byrns (1 male, 2 females) 1 CONT 1 CONT *Sarah Byrne was listed on the St. Joseph's Church Subscription List, 1829 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT *[bcr note: I do not think this is Sarah Phoebe Byrne as she would have d 1 CONC efinitely been a Platt by this time.] 1 CONT 1 CONT My info is from the pension file of John Platt Sr. Sara Platt testifies th 1 CONC at her brother is Henry A Byrne & that she married John Jr. in 1809. The B 1 CONC yrne family researchers tell me they are indeed siblings, & children of Jo 1 CONC hn Byrne of Ireland. 1 CONT I haven't looked at her date of death, but I know she died before her husb 1 CONC and John Jr. I found the will of John Jr. & posted to the list, have h 1 CONC ad a terrible time posting to the Cambria website under the obit categor 1 CONC y. I also looked at the Cyclopedic Encyclopedia of Cambria County for a st 1 CONC arting point. (This book is on-line at the Cambria site.) for the Byrne fa 1 CONC mily. [Jane Tripp] 1 CONT 1 CONT Wylie's Biographical & Portrait Cyclopedia of Cambria County, p. 231 1 CONT John Byrne, the great-grandfather, was born in Ireland, and was the found 1 CONC er of the family in this country. He emigrated to America in 1795, bringi 1 CONC ng with him his three sons and five daughters, his wife having died in Ire 1 CONC land. He located near Loretto, on what is now known as the Flick farm, a 1 CONC nd engaged in farming. He was one of the very early settlers of this count 1 CONC y, locating here previous to Father Gallitzin, who was a pioneer in Cambr 1 CONC ia county. His children were: Henry, John, Thomas, **Mrs. McGuire, Mrs. Le 1 CONC vi, and Mrs. Platt. 1 CONT 1 CONT **Mrs. McGuire = Eleanor, Mrs. Levi = Catherine, Mrs. Platt = Sarah. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol III, p. 256, #5595 PLOTT, Sarah d. 05-15-1851 67 year 1 CONC s, making her dob 1784. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for John Platt, Jr 1 CONT 1 CONT May 21, 1804: John and Catherine Platt [siblings of Henry] were named as g 1 CONC odparents to Elizabeth Platt, daughter of Henry and Phoebe [Miller] Platt. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899): 1 CONT p. 150 Platt, John and Sarah _____. Elizabeth, James, Michael Joseph, Ma 1 CONC ry Ann, Agnes, Ellen Ann, John Chrysostom, Margaret, Mary Matilda. (1810- 1 CONC 26.) [Mary Ann is actually the daughter of Sarah and Michael McGuire, rai 1 CONC sed by John Platt.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1820 Allegheny Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania 300010 2101 1 CONT 1 CONT 1830 Census, Susquehanna Township., Cambria County., Pennsylvania: 1 CONT Plott, John, 1 male, age 10-15; 2 males, age 15-20; 1 male, age 40-50; 1 f 1 CONC emale, age under 5; 2 females, age 10-15; 1 female, age 15-20, 1 female, a 1 CONC ge 40-50. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT Line 5 1 CONT John PLOTT, age 67, farmer, assets $4000, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah A., age 67, b. Penn 1 CONT Elizabeth, age 40, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT p. 188, Line 3 1 CONT John PLATT, age 76, farmer, assets $1500/300, b. Penn 1 CONT Elizabeth, age 40 [sic], house keeper, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT [From Jane Tripp, April 6, 2003] 1 CONT Just found a bit more info on the John PLATT family of Cambria Count 1 CONC y. I am trying (without much success) to post the will of John Pla 1 CONC tt Jr to the PACAMBRIA site. Hope to accomplish this by next week. 1 CONT John Jr left Cambria County for Westmoreland County Pennsylvania after h 1 CONC is wife Sarah Byrne Platt died. Not sure exactly when he moved to Westmor 1 CONC eland County, but in the 1870 (June 29, 1870) census he was in Derry Towns 1 CONC hip, Blairsville PO living with daughter Elizabeth Platt (age 50) All resi 1 CONC ded on the family farm of daughter Agnes (age 45) and her husband Willi 1 CONC am WARNOCK (age 44) The will was written April 29, 1871 and proved Apr 1 CONC il 2, 1872. According to the Vignos work, John Jr is buried at St. Simon a 1 CONC nd St. Jude Church Cemetery, Blairsville, Derry Township, Westmoreland Cou 1 CONC nty Pennsylvania. No tombstone or record could be found. 1 CONT John Platt's will was written April 29, 1871 and proved April 2, 187 1 CONC 2. I am assuming that "proved" means he died sometime just before or on A 1 CONC pril 2, 1872. (if incorrect, please let me know) 1 CONT John Jr. cuts out most of his children in the will, leaving extra mon 1 CONC ey to Elizabeth and putting her in charge of paying for the funeral. He d 1 CONC id not stipulate a tombstone and the Vignos researchers of this Platt fami 1 CONC ly couldn't find one, so I quess Elizabeth bought a really nice black dre 1 CONC ss with Daddy's money. 1 CONT Based on only this will and this 1780 census (age 86 at his last birth 1 CONC day), we have John Platt Jr, son of John Platt Sr. (1784- 1872). Since t 1 CONC he Vignos work has John Jr. dying about 1862-67, I have a small hope th 1 CONC at they might not have looked at the church records as late as 1872. He 1 CONC re is the will as I'm not sure when it will be posted to the site. Next st 1 CONC ep - to look at church records in Westmoreland County. 1 CONT If the witness named below, James Donnelly or Richard Sloan, are in your l 1 CONC ine, please email me off list. 1 CONT 1 CONT No 27-1872 1 CONT Will of John Platt Sr 1 CONT Derry Tp. 1 CONT 3039 1 CONT Will of John Platt Sr. Derry Township Westmoreland County April t 1 CONC he 29 th 1871 I will that all my just debts as shall be by me Owi 1 CONC ng at my death together with my funeral expenses and all charges touchi 1 CONC ng the proving of otherwise concerning this my will shall in the first pla 1 CONC ce out my personal estate and 1 CONT effects be fully paid and satisfied, 1 CONT In the first I do leave to my daughter Elizabeth all my household goods a 1 CONC nd property for or in part for her services together with one cow. 1 CONT To my son Michael J Platt I give and bequeath the sum of two thousand doll 1 CONC ars In money with the noat of seven hundred dollars to go in as part p 1 CONC ay in his legasy. 1 CONT Also I will to my daughter Mary Matilda the wife of John M. Weakland the s 1 CONC um of two thousand dollars after my demise 1 CONT I do bequeath also to my daughter Elizabeth the sum of six hundred and for 1 CONC ty dollars with this for my funeral expenses shall be taken out, and s 1 CONC he is to claim the remainder Don according to my will and testament 1 CONT And lastly my express will and maining is I do hereby order and appoint th 1 CONC at if any difference dispute or controversy shall be moved arise or happ 1 CONC en concerning any gift or bequest in this my will given and bequeathed exp 1 CONC ressed or contained That then no suit or suits in law or equity or otherwi 1 CONC se shall be brought commenced or prosecuted for and concerning the same b 1 CONC ut the same shall be referred wholly to the award order and determinati 1 CONC on of my friends 1 CONT John Platt Sr. X (his Mark) 1 CONT Wit 1 CONT James Donnelly 1 CONT Richard Sloan 1 CONT John C. Platt 1 CONT All three of Westmoreland County and state of Pennsylvania and what they o 1 CONC rder direct And determine therin shall be binding and conclusive to all a 1 CONC nd every person or persons therein concerned 1 CONT April 2nd Legally proved and approve same day recorded 1 CONT 1 CONT I have some information on the will of John Platt. This transcribed inform 1 CONC ation states: 1 CONT "After all debts were paid, 529.90 was distributed to 1 CONT Henry Platt $476.58; 1 CONT Henry A Byrne $53.32 1 CONT Edward Hutchinson, Jr 1 CONT Administrator of Estate" 1 CONT [Jane Tripp] 1 CONT 1 CONT Platt family history has that John & Sarah had 8 children. Here is the li 1 CONC st from the Platt family history: 1 CONT (written in March, 1897) 1 CONT John Platt son of the Revolutioner had eight children - five girls and thr 1 CONC ee boys 1 CONT viz Lizzy 88 dead, 1 CONT James 86 dead, 1 CONT Michael my father 84 living, 1 CONT Agnes 82 living, 1 CONT Ellen 80 living, 1 CONT John 78 living, 1 CONT Margaret 76 dead, 1 CONT Lizzie 72 living. 1 CONT The information seems correct except that it should read "MICHAEL, MY UNCL 1 CONC E, LIVING.... 1 CONT This letter lists the children by their nicknames, the info is not from t 1 CONC he baptismal records. Note that Mary Ann is not listed. This is the docume 1 CONC nt that led me to start (I'm still working on it) to look at Mary A 1 CONC nn & if see who her father was. (Jane Tripp) 1 CONT 1 CONT Letter from C. C. Plat to Valentine Devinny. From the files of Joe Wagne 1 CONC r, Canton, Ohio. Notes: 1. Additional information added in [ ] 2. Grandfat 1 CONC her of C. C. Platt is John Platt Jr. son of John the Revolution 1 CONC er 3. C. C. seems to be combining John Platt the Revolutioner with his s 1 CONC on John Jr. 4. All listed children are for John Platt Jr. Wildwood Sprin 1 CONC gs January 5, 1897 V. Devinny In reply to your letter written to Annie Gla 1 CONC ss which she handed me C.C. Platt my grandfather's name was John Platt [Jr 1 CONC .], who was born in Germany to the best of my knowledge. My mother show 1 CONC ed me a Catholic (German) Prayer book - that he could not read Englis 1 CONC h. He had four daughters of which one is dead - and three sons - two are l 1 CONC iving and my father is dead. The ages of the youngest of his childr 1 CONC en is 83 while the oldest could be 92. The Grandfather died abo 1 CONC ut 25 or 30 years ago. A few years before his death he moved from Cambr 1 CONC ia County to West Moreland County where he died and was buried. [Referen 1 CONC ce is to John, Jr.] His occupation was farming. Do not know whether he w 1 CONC as in Revolutionary War but can find this out and all other particulars co 1 CONC ncerning his life if this proves to be the man you have reference - if the 1 CONC re is any information so let me know. 1 CONT C.C. Platt, Wildwood Spring, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT Second and final letter from C. C. Platt to Valentine Devinny: 1 CONT Notes: 1 CONT 1. 1. Additional information added in [ ] 1 CONT 2. 2. Letter is written one page, two columns. Format changed to fit curre 1 CONC nt page margins. 1 CONT 3. 3. James John Platt, father of C. C. Platt deceased when C. C. was youn 1 CONC g. C. C. lived with Michael Platt after the death of his father. 1 CONT 1 CONT Wildwood Springs March 16, 1897 1 CONT V. Devinny 1 CONT Dear Sir. As I promised to write you on my return from the North of the Co 1 CONC unty after seeing my Aunt and Uncle. They said they did not know where Jo 1 CONC hn Platt the referred Revolutioner was born whether in this count 1 CONC ry or in Germany. He was married twice, but don't think he had any childr 1 CONC en to the last wife. But he had five to his first wife viz John, Joseph, H 1 CONC enry, Mary and Catherine. John married Mary Burns, Joseph married Sarah Cr 1 CONC ise, Henry went west and his marriage is unknown to us. Mary married Willi 1 CONC am Ryans, Catherine married Michael Brown. John Platt son of the Revolutio 1 CONC ner had eight children - five girls and three boys viz Lizzy 88 dead, Jam 1 CONC es 86 dead, [ Father of C. C. Platt] Michael my father 84 living, [Unc 1 CONC le of C. C. Platt] Agnes 82 living, Ellen 80 living, John 78 living, Marga 1 CONC ret 76 dead, Lizzie 72 living. Joseph Platt had three sons and one daught 1 CONC er viz Joseph, Vincent, Thomas and Catherine [ Elizabeth, Jerome] not know 1 CONC ing their ages as they moved away westward from here after the death of th 1 CONC eir father and mother and I do not know whether they married or not. Ma 1 CONC ry and Catherine were married here but moved westward and do not know whet 1 CONC her they had any children or not. John Platt the Revolutioner went blind f 1 CONC ourteen years before his death and died at his son Joseph's at the a 1 CONC ge of 104 years and was laid to rest at Harts Sleeping Place at St. Josep 1 CONC hs Cemetery. This information was obtained from Michael Platt a grand s 1 CONC on of the Revolutioner John Platt. I will now close my letter and if th 1 CONC is proves to be unsatisfactory please write for further information. Hopi 1 CONC ng to hear from you I remain with respect 1 CONT C C Platt Wildwood Springs Cambria County Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT [bcr note: C. C. Platt = Celestine Cosmos Platt] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Sarah Phoebe Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Sarah Phoebe Byrne b: 17 1 CONC 84 d: May 15, 1851 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Michael Joseph McGuire b: April 08, 17 1 CONC 85 d: June 07, 1835 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Ann McGuire b: September 1803 d: April 1 1 CONC 0, 1880 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +John W. Luther b: April 29, 18 1 CONC 00 d: June 23, 1862 1 CONT 1 CONT *2nd Husband of Sarah Phoebe Byrn 1 CONC e: 1 CONT 1 CONT . +John Platt, Jr b: Abt. 1783 d: Be 1 CONC t. 1862 - 1867 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Elizabeth Platt b: June 15, 1810 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 James John Platt b: December 07, 18 1 CONC 11 d: March 1862 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Rachel Farrell b: May 15, 18 1 CONC 26 d: October 27, 1892 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Michael Joseph Platt b: January 29, 18 1 CONC 13 d: October 16, 1902 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Emily 'Amelia' Ann Farrell b: August 04, 18 1 CONC 23 d: September 09, 1872 1 CONT 1 CONT ... *2nd Wife of Michael Joseph Platt: 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Sarah Cate Rager b: Abt. 1847 d: March 27, 189 1 CONC 5 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes Platt b: May 28, 1815 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +William Warnock 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Eleanor Ann Platt b: July 06, 18 1 CONC 17 d: June 20, 1898 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Richard Sloane b: March 17, 1815 d: Dec 1 CONC ember 30, 1887 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 John Chrysostom Platt b: September 08, 18 1 CONC 19 d: February 24, 1867 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Catherine Weakland b: August 27, 18 1 CONC 27 d: March 22, 1885 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Margaret Platt b: June 08, 1822 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Matilda Platt b: May 19, 1826 d: De 1 CONC cember 04, 1902 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +John Michael Weakland b: January 17, 18 1 CONC 25 d: September 24, 1903 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Cyclopedia of Cambria County 1 CONT 1 CONT Will of John Platt 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Benedict's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT 1 CONT Return of Cambria County Retailers Liquors 1 CONT Correspondence - Jane C. Tripp 1 CONT 1 CONT Correspondence - James Rosenbaum 1 CONT Correspondence - John R. Conrad 1 CONT Correspondence - Brenda Wallace 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Correspondence - Jean Sharbaugh 1 CONT 1 CONT Correspondence - Dorothy Schendel [now deceased] 1 CONT World Connect - Marianne Martin 1 CONT WFT Vol. 07 - #3810, Brenda Wallace 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT Ancestor File - LDS Online, Noreen McFadden. 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT World Connect - Robert Walsh 1 CONT 1 CONT Message Board - Diane Dunlap 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT The following was posted from Lisa Baker at lisa_18406@@email.msn.com 1 CONT Information picked up from other sources:1) Charles Lantzy, Lantzy Fami 1 CONC ly Genealogy, c1983 , p2342) Anthony Bentivegna, The Farabaughs of Cambr 1 CONC ia County, c1991, p193) William Kirkpat rick, The Kirkpatrick Heritage, Da 1 CONC yton, OH, c1976Conrad Luther was born in Germany sometim e during the midd 1 CONC le of the eighteenth century. He came to America before 1778 as a Hessi 1 CONC an so ldier. These Hessian soldiers were employed by the English to help e 1 CONC nforce the taxation progr am against the Colonists. Conrad Luther desert 1 CONC ed his Hessian Company in 1778 and went into hi ding. He was saved from ca 1 CONC pture by his faithful friend, Elizabeth, a Catholic and native of L ancast 1 CONC er County, who became his future wife. Conrad then joined the Continent 1 CONC al Army and serv ed under General Washington.In 1913 Will Farabaugh boug 1 CONC ht from Andrew Strittmatter farm lan d at "Strittmatter's Corner", locat 1 CONC ed one mile south of Carrolltown, where the West Branch o f the Susquehan 1 CONC na River originates from a spring. The land was originally settled in abo 1 CONC ut 17 96 by Conrad Luther, a Hessian soldier who fought under George Washi 1 CONC ngton and is buried somew here on the property. Legend has it that Conr 1 CONC ad was descended from the third son of Martin Lu ther, and that he was con 1 CONC verted to Catholicism by Prince Gallitzin.Catholic Vital Records o f Centr 1 CONC al Pennsylvania, Vol. I, 1793-1839, Ledoux0252 LUTHER, Anna Maria (Joann 1 CONC is Conradi/El isabethae)b. 4-11-1796, bp. 10-9-1808, godparents: omitted/E 1 CONC lisabeth KehlerSt. Michael Chur ch, Loretto, PA, by Rev. Demetrius A. Gall 1 CONC itzinCatholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvan ia, Vol. I, 1793-1839, L 1 CONC edoux3187 LUTHER, Joannes (deceased Conradi/Elisabeth), married: 5-3 1-18 1 CONC 25 BYRNE, Maria Anna (p.o.)by Rev. Prince Demetrius Augustine Gallitz 1 CONC in at St. Michael C hurch, Loretto, PAThe Kirkpatrick Heritage, Part II, C 1 CONC hapter 13, The Luther Family of Cambr iaCounty, by William E. Kirkpatric 1 CONC k, 420 Deauville Drive, Dayton, OH 45429; 1976The founde r of the Luther f 1 CONC amily in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, and my third great-grandfather w 1 CONC as Co nrad Luther, who was transported to America by the British as a "Hes 1 CONC sian" mercenary sometim e between 1776 and 1778. It has been verified th 1 CONC at he deserted the British/Hessian forces i n New Jersey in 1778. On Novem 1 CONC ber 10, 1782 he signed by mark the oath of allegiance to the st ate of Pen 1 CONC nsylvania. ("Names of Persons Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Sta 1 CONC te of Penns ylvania, 1777-1789", Thompson Westcott, Part II, pg. 92.) T 1 CONC he military unit to which he belon ged and his activities during the peri 1 CONC od 1778-1782 have not yet been discovered. According t o a number of histo 1 CONC ries he is alleged to have joined the American Army. However, I have fo 1 CONC un d no record to verify such service.Although his birthdate is unkno 1 CONC wn it can be reasonably s et at between 1750-1755 based on his age at t 1 CONC he 1800 census and his wife's age in the 1830 ce nsus. His birthplace h 1 CONC as allegedly been identified as Thueringen, Grand Duchy of Hesse, Germa n 1 CONC y, but still remains to be substantiated. The family tradition that he w 1 CONC as a descendant of M artin Luther is doubtful, since the direct male li 1 CONC ne of Martin Luther died out with the deat h of the Dresden Advocate Mart 1 CONC in Gottlieb Luther in 1759. However, it is possible that he wa s relat 1 CONC ed in a collateral ine.Family tradition has stated that Conrad was saved f 1 CONC rom his pu rsuers at the time of his desertion by a stratagem of his futu 1 CONC re wife, Elizabeth Bard/Smith . Although this tradition locates this acti 1 CONC on in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, it is more l ikely, if true, to ha 1 CONC ve occurred in New Jersey where he made his escape from the Hessian l 1 CONC in e in 1778. According to the 1800 and 1830 censuses, Elizabeth was bo 1 CONC rn between 1750-1755 at a n unknown location. She was baptized in 1770 (Lo 1 CONC retto Centenary, pg. 131). Nothing more is kn own at this time about Eliza 1 CONC beth or her family. Even her maiden name has not been determine d with cer 1 CONC tainty although it has been narrowed down to either Bard or Smith.Bas 1 CONC ed on the bi rthdate of their eldest children--Christian/Christopher/Chrys 1 CONC ostom in 1784, they married abou t 1783. In 1790 census, they were list 1 CONC ed as residing in Hempfield Township, Lancaster County , Pennsylvania, a 1 CONC nd had two sons and one unidentified female. In 1880 census, they were loc 1 CONC at ed in West Township, Huntington County, Pennsylvania, and had at that t 1 CONC ime a family of four s ons and one daughter. Based on the baptismal da 1 CONC te in Father Gallitzin's records (1796) of the ir daughter Mary Ann, I bel 1 CONC ieve that they moved to Huntington County on or before 1796. In 18 06 Conr 1 CONC ad was listed as a taxable in Allegheny Township, Cambria County, where th 1 CONC ey continue d to be listed in the censuses of 1810 and 1820. Conrad died b 1 CONC etween 1820 and 1830, probabl y in April/May 1825. His wife Elizabeth surv 1 CONC ived him, living with their son Jacob in the 183 0 census. She died betwe 1 CONC en 1830 and 1840. Five of their possibly seven children survived, fou r so 1 CONC ns and a daughter. 0 @I0371@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Pauline /Driskel/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 NOV 1805 2 PLAC Adams County PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Carroll Twp Cambria County PA 1 FAMS @F0029@ 1 FAMC @F0663@ 0 @I0372@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Muller/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1800 2 PLAC Maryland 1 FAMS @F0086@ 1 NOTE @NI0372@ 0 @NI0372@ NOTE 1 CONC John Baptista Muller, born about 1818/20, non-catholic, son of John Mull 1 CONC er (died between 186 0 and 1879) and Sarah_____ (born 1800 in Maryland, Li 1 CONC ving in 1870 with son John B.) who migra ted to Cambria County from Bedfo 1 CONC rd County. 0 @I0373@ INDI 1 NAME Cecelia /Brookbank/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1838 2 PLAC Summerhill, Cambria County PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1870 1 FAMS @F0667@ 1 FAMC @F0668@ 0 @I0374@ INDI 1 NAME Emma Margaret /Litzinger/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 OCT 1861 2 PLAC Chest Springs PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 MAY 1929 1 FAMS @F0041@ 1 FAMC @F0305@ 1 NOTE @NI0374@ 0 @NI0374@ NOTE 1 CONC Descendants of Emma Litzinger 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 1 1 CONT 1. EMMA5 LITZINGER (DANIEL4, JOHAN LEONARD3, LEONARD2, CONRAD1) was born O 1 CONC ct 17, 1863 in Chest Springs, Cambria Co., PA, and died Oct 17, 1928 in Sp 1 CONC angler Borough (Northern Cambria Borough), Cambria Co., PA. She married WI 1 CONC LLIAM SCOTT BYRNE. 1 CONT More About EMMA LITZINGER: 1 CONT Medical Information: Died Miners Hosp. 1 CONT Residence: Chest Springs, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT Children of EMMA LITZINGER and WILLIAM BYRNE are: 1 CONT i. MOLLY6 BYRNE, (MALLIE), m. THOMAS. 1 CONT 2. ii. MICHAEL BYRNE, SR., b. Mar 08, 1888, Ashville, Cambria Co., P 1 CONC A; d. Nov 30, 1951, Spangler (Northern Cambria Borough), Cambria Co., PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 2 1 CONT 2. MICHAEL6 BYRNE, SR. (EMMA5 LITZINGER, DANIEL4, JOHAN LEONARD3, LEONARD 1 CONC 2, CONRAD1)1 was born Mar 08, 1888 in Ashville, Cambria Co., PA, and di 1 CONC ed Nov 30, 1951 in Spangler (Northern Cambria Borough), Cambria Co., P 1 CONC A. He married GERTRUDE C. NAGLE2 Feb 23, 1909 in Carrolltown, Cambria Co 1 CONC ., PA, daughter of HENRY NAGLE and MATILDA STOLTZ. She was born Aug 03, 18 1 CONC 88 in Nicktown, Barr Township, Cambria Co., PA, and died Mar 03, 1949 in S 1 CONC pangler (Northern Cambria Borough), Cambria Co., PA. 1 CONT Notes for MICHAEL BYRNE, SR.: 1 CONT Johnstown Tribune Democrat: 1 CONT "Byrnes, Michael - 63, Spangler, died at 7:30 A. M. Nov 30, 1951 at Mine 1 CONC rs Hospital, Spangler. Born Mar 8, 1888 in Ashville, a son of William a 1 CONC nd Emma (Litzinger) Byrnes. Wife, the former Gertrude Nagle, died Ma 1 CONC r. 3, 1949. Survived by these children; Rev. Walter Byrnes, chaplain at Cr 1 CONC esson Sanatorium; Michael D., Swissvale; Louis E. Spangler; Rev. Robert By 1 CONC rnes, Kansas City, Missouri; Paul, Spangler. Brother of Sister Mary Monic 1 CONC a, Danville; Mrs. Molly Thomas, Carrolltown; Solemn High Mass 10: 1 CONC 00 A. M. Mon., St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Spangler. Interment St. Bene 1 CONC dict's Cemetery, Carrolltown. Friends received at Easly Funeral Home, Span 1 CONC gler." 1 CONT More About MICHAEL BYRNE, SR.: 1 CONT Burial: 1951, St. Benedict Roman Catholic Church Cem., Carrolltown, Cambr 1 CONC ia Co., PA 1 CONT Funeral: 1951, Solomn High Mass on Mon. 10:00 A. M. St. Patrick Roman Cath 1 CONC olic Church, Spangler (Northern Cambria Borough), Cambria Co., PA 15714. 1 CONT Medical Information: Died Miners Hosp. at 7:30 A. M. 1 CONT Occupation: Teamster. 1 CONT Residence: 1951, Spangler (Northern Cambria Borough), Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT Notes for GERTRUDE C. NAGLE: 1 CONT Johnstown Tribune: 1 CONT "Byrne, Mrs. Gertrude (Nagle), 60, Spangler, died suddenly at 8 P M M 1 CONC ar 3, 1949. Born Aug, 1886 in Nicktown, daughter of Henry and Matilda (Sto 1 CONC ltz) Nagle. Survived by husband, Michael, and these children; Rev. Fath 1 CONC er Walter Byrne, Cresson; Rev. Robert Byrne, Marshall, MO; Sister Monic 1 CONC a, St. Cecelia's Convent, Pittston; Michael Jr., Swissvale; Paul, Hasting 1 CONC s; and Louis, Spangler. Sister of Mary Wemm, Braddock. Member of the Thi 1 CONC rd Order Secular of St. Francis and Altar and Rosary Societies of St. Patr 1 CONC ick's Catholic Church, Spangler, where services will be held at 10 A M Mon 1 CONC day. Solemn high mass by Rev. Fathers Walter Byrne, celebrant; Robert Byrn 1 CONC e, deacon, and John R. Reichet, subdeacon. Burial St. Benedict's Cemeter 1 CONC y, Carrolltown. Friends will be received at late home. Funeral Home, Spang 1 CONC ler." 1 CONT More About GERTRUDE C. NAGLE: 1 CONT Burial: St. Benedict Roman Catholic Church Cem., Carrolltown, Cambria Co 1 CONC ., PA 1 CONT Census: 1900, PA Cambria Co Barr Township pg 101b sheet 6 ED102 house # 97 1 CONT Funeral: Solomn High Mass by Revs. Walter Byrne, Robert Byrne, John R. Rei 1 CONC chet on Mon. 10:00 A. M. St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church, Spangler (Nort 1 CONC hern Cambria Borough), Cambria Co., PA 15714. 1 CONT Medical Information: Died suddenly at 8:00 P. M. 1 CONT Organization: 1949, Third Order Secular of St. Francis, Altar and Rosary S 1 CONC ocieties of St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church, Spangler (Northern Cambr 1 CONC ia Borough), Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT Residence: When married was from Spangler (Northern Cambria Borough), Camb 1 CONC ria Co., PA 1 CONT Children of MICHAEL BYRNE and GERTRUDE NAGLE are: 1 CONT i. VERONICA7 BYRNES. 1 CONT ii. MICHAEL BYRNE, JR.. 1 CONT More About MICHAEL BYRNE, JR.: 1 CONT Residence: 1949, Swissvale, PA 1 CONT iii. ROBERT B. BYRNE, REV., d. 1990. 1 CONT More About ROBERT B. BYRNE, REV.: 1 CONT Residence: 1949, Marshall, Missouri. 1 CONT iv. RITA MARIE BYRNE, SR. MARY MONICA, b. Listed as child of Gertrude a 1 CONC nd Michael Byrne in Gertrude's obit., listed as sister of Michael Byrn 1 CONC es in his obit.?. 1 CONT More About RITA MARIE BYRNE, SR. MARY MONICA: 1 CONT Religious order: Order of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 1 CONT Residence: 1949, St. Cecelia Convent, Pittston. 1 CONT v. WALTER V. BYRNE, REV., b. Mar 28, 1909, Spangler (Northern Cambria Boro 1 CONC ugh), Cambria Co., PA; d. Mar 15, 1990, Altoona, Blair Co., PA. 1 CONT More About WALTER V. BYRNE, REV.: 1 CONT Burial: St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church Cem., Cresson, Cambria Co 1 CONC ., PA 1 CONT Medical Information: Died Altoona Hosp. 1 CONT Occupation: Chaplain at Cresson State Tuberculosis Sanatorium; Instruct 1 CONC or at Altoona Catholic HS. 1 CONT Ordination: Jun 15, 1935 1 CONT Residence: Garvey Manor, Hollidaysburg, Blair Co., PA 1 CONT vi. EUGENE Q. BYRNE, b. Feb 24, 1913; d. Jun 03, 1914. 1 CONT 3. vii. LOUIS E. BYRNE, b. May 22, 1915, Spangler (Northern Cambria Boroug 1 CONC h), Cambria Co., PA; d. Mar 26, 1973, New Port Richey, Florida. 1 CONT viii. PAUL DAVID BYRNE, b. Jun 13, 1921; d. Aug 28, 1981. 1 CONT More About PAUL DAVID BYRNE: 1 CONT Residence: 1949, Hastings, Elder Township, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT ix. MARY BYRNE, b. 1923; d. Died in infancy.. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 3 1 CONT 3. LOUIS E.7 BYRNE (MICHAEL6, EMMA5 LITZINGER, DANIEL4, JOHAN LEONARD3, LE 1 CONC ONARD2, CONRAD1) was born May 22, 1915 in Spangler (Northern Cambria Borou 1 CONC gh), Cambria Co., PA, and died Mar 26, 1973 in New Port Richey, Florid 1 CONC a. He married FLORENCE KELLY3, daughter of PATRICK KELLY and ELIZABETH HAR 1 CONC TMAN. She died Nov 11, 2003 in Bayonet Point, Florida. 1 CONT More About LOUIS E. BYRNE: 1 CONT Residence: 1949, Spangler (Northern Cambria Borough), Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT More About FLORENCE KELLY: 1 CONT Burial: Holy Cross Cem. 1 CONT Funeral: Prince of Peace Roman Catholic Chapel. 1 CONT Grandchildren: 2003, 17 g children, 12 gg children. 1 CONT Children of LOUIS BYRNE and FLORENCE KELLY are: 1 CONT i. DONNA8 BYRNE, m. WILLIAM FRANK. 1 CONT More About WILLIAM FRANK: 1 CONT Residence: 2003, Ebensburg, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT ii. EUGENE BYRNE, m. JOYCE GRYBOSKY. 1 CONT More About EUGENE BYRNE: 1 CONT Residence: 2003, Northern Cambria Borough, Cambria Co., PA 15714. 1 CONT iii. KENNETH BYRNE, m. JEAN MARIE REIGER. 1 CONT More About KENNETH BYRNE: 1 CONT Residence: 2003, Saint Boniface, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT iv. PAUL BYRNE. 1 CONT More About PAUL BYRNE: 1 CONT Residence: 2003, Northern Cambria Borough, Cambria Co., PA 15714. 1 CONT v. MARYLOU BYRNE, m. STEPHEN KNAPIK. 1 CONT More About STEPHEN KNAPIK: 1 CONT Residence: 2003, Ephrata, PA 1 CONT vi. RAYMOND BYRNE, m. CHERYL BONCHA. 1 CONT More About RAYMOND BYRNE: 1 CONT Residence: 2003, Coraopolis, PA 1 CONT vii. GLORIA BYRNE, m. JAMES HANLON. 1 CONT More About JAMES HANLON: 1 CONT Residence: 2003, Port Ritchey, Florida 1 CONT viii. WALTER BYRNE. 1 CONT More About WALTER BYRNE: 1 CONT Residence: 2003, Hastings, Elder Township, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Endnotes 1 CONT 1. Email data transmitted., 09/22/2003., 1.) Some data from Mary L 1 CONC ou ( ) at email: LITGENIE@@aol.com.: She used to do work on the Weaklands f 1 CONC or Charles Lantzy.:No last name was given.: 2.) Some data from email: Carp 1 CONC Beck@@aol.com: No name given.: Some sources were given by these two so I ha 1 CONC ve entered their additions.:. 1 CONT 2. Cambria Co. Marriage Records, Ebensburg, Cambria Co., PA., Vol. 3 1 CONC 6, p. 569.. 1 CONT 3. James M. Swank, George T. Swank, Anderson H. Walters Associates, Walt 1 CONC er W. Krebs, Richard H. Mayer, George Fattman., "Tribune-Democrat, Johnsto 1 CONC wn, Cambria Co., PA This newspaper has slightly changed it's name over t 1 CONC he years.," 1853-Cambria Tribune Weekly-James M. Swank; 1863-Johnstown Tri 1 CONC bune, 1869-George T. Swank; 1873-becomes a daily; 1902-The Tribune-Anders 1 CONC on H. Walters Associates; 1934-The Tribune purchased the Johnstown Democra 1 CONC t; 1940; 09/08/1952-The Tribune-Democrat ., p. D 7, Wed., 11/12/2003., Dea 1 CONC th Notices: Husband listed as Louis E. Kelly which is an error. He is Lou 1 CONC is E. Byrne.:. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, Thursday, October 28, 1928 1 CONT 1 CONT Mrs. Emma (Litzinger) Byrne, age 63, died October 13, [1928]. She was t 1 CONC he wife of Scott Byrne of Carrolltown. 1 CONT She was born in Chest Springs October 17, 1863, the daughter of Daniel a 1 CONC nd Lydia[Riffel] Litzinger. She is survived by her husband and a son: 1 CONT Michael of Spangler; 1 CONT And a sister and a brother: 1 CONT Mrs. Molly Steich, and 1 CONT Anicetus Litzinger or Johnstown. 1 CONT The funeral was held at St. Benedict's Church in Carrolltown and interme 1 CONC nt was in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 461) 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 22:20:03 -0500 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-Id: <8C7B873C4CF8ADC-CBC-1137D@@MBLK-M12.sysops.aol.com> 1 CONT Subject: Some Byrnes 1 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Friday, May 14, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT RAPHAEL BURNS 1 CONT Raphael [Francis] Burns, a former well known resident of this vicin 1 CONC ity died at the State Hospital at Dixmont [Dixmont Insane Asylum] at no 1 CONC on on Saturday [May 8, 1909], aged 53 years, 7 months, and 1 day. He h 1 CONC ad been a patient at the above institution for the past two years. [b 2 N 1 CONC ov 1855] 1 CONT He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT Cosmos, of this place, [Hastings]; [m Elizabeth Yeager, d 18 Oct 188 1 CONC 9] b 27 Feb 1852 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Stich, Carrolltown; [Sara Catherine] b 21 July 1861 1 CONT Mrs. Sylvester Buck, Elyria, Ohio; [Maria Amanda, m May 2, 1879]b 18 Se 1 CONC pt 1857 1 CONT Mrs. Morris Fitzgerald, of this place; [Jennie or Harriet Dora or Harri 1 CONC et Johanna]b 20 Aug 1864, m 2 May, 1879 1 CONT Scott, Carrolltown; [m Emma Litzinger]b 27 Sept 1850, d 23 May 1929 1 CONT Isidore [or Theodore Francis], Carrolltown. [Helena James, non-Catholic, B 1 CONC ellwood] b 28 Oct 1853 1 CONT [Not listed] John Francis, m Matilda Stich [can't find birth] 1 CONT The Remains were brought to the home of his sister, Mrs. Stich, at Ca 1 CONC rrolltown on Monday evening. The funeral services were conducted in St. B 1 CONC enedict's Catholic Church, at that place at 9:00 on Tuesday morning. Aft 1 CONC er the services, the remains were laid to rest in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, May 23, 1929 1 CONT Scott Byrne [bap William], age 70, died in Carrolltown on May 23, 182 1 CONC 9. He had been ill two years. [Deceased wife is Emma Litzinger] 1 CONT He is survived by a daughter and son: 1 CONT Mrs. Mallie Steich; and 1 CONT Michael, Spangler. 1 CONT He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT John, Altoona; 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg; 1 CONT Mrs. Jennie Fitzgerald, Ebensburg; and 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Steich, Altoona. 1 CONT The funeral and burial were at St. Benedict. 0 @I0375@ INDI 1 NAME Jeffrey /Johns/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0204@ 0 @I0376@ INDI 1 NAME Isabella M. /Strittmatter/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 JAN 1905 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 SEP 1990 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0105@ 1 FAMC @F0444@ 0 @I0377@ INDI 1 NAME /Sparkey/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0117@ 0 @I0378@ INDI 1 NAME Hilary /Driscol/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0124@ 1 FAMC @F0045@ 0 @I0379@ INDI 1 NAME Pearle /Goss/ 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 JUN 1957 1 FAMS @F0137@ 1 FAMC @F0138@ 0 @I0380@ INDI 1 NAME (John) Leonard /Litzinger/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0065@ 1 FAMS @F0067@ 0 @I0381@ INDI 1 NAME John /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1880 1 FAMC @F0108@ 0 @I0382@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Bard\Smith/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE BET 1750 AND 1755 1 DEAT 2 DATE BET 1830 AND 1840 1 FAMS @F0084@ 1 NOTE @NI0382@ 0 @NI0382@ NOTE 1 CONC Re: CONRAD LUTHER b1750s ger,d1820s 1 CONT Posted by: Lisa Baker Date: June 19, 2000 at 19:51:41 1 CONT In Reply to: CONRAD LUTHER b1750s ger,d1820s by m.jean baker sharbau 1 CONC gh of 1066 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Information picked up from other sources: 1 CONT 1) Charles Lantzy, Lantzy Family Genealogy, c1983, p234 1 CONT 2) Anthony Bentivegna, The Farabaughs of Cambria County, c1991, p19 1 CONT 3) William Kirkpatrick, The Kirkpatrick Heritage, Dayton, OH, c1976 1 CONT 1 CONT Conrad Luther was born in Germany sometime during the middle of the eighte 1 CONC enth century. He came to America before 1778 as a Hessian soldier. These H 1 CONC essian soldiers were employed by the English to help enforce the taxati 1 CONC on program against the Colonists. Conrad Luther deserted his Hessian Compa 1 CONC ny in 1778 and went into hiding. He was saved from capture by his faithf 1 CONC ul friend, Elizabeth, a Catholic and native of Lancaster County, who beca 1 CONC me his future wife. Conrad then joined the Continental Army and served und 1 CONC er General Washington. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1913 Will Farabaugh bought from Andrew Strittmatter farm land at "Strit 1 CONC tmatter's Corner", located one mile south of Carrolltown, where the West B 1 CONC ranch of the Susquehanna River originates from a spring. The land was orig 1 CONC inally settled in about 1796 by Conrad Luther, a Hessian soldier who foug 1 CONC ht under George Washington and is buried somewhere on the property. Lege 1 CONC nd has it that Conrad was descended from the third son of Martin Luther, a 1 CONC nd that he was converted to Catholicism by Prince Gallitzin. 1 CONT 1 CONT Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Vol. I, 1793-1839, Ledoux 1 CONT 0252 LUTHER, Anna Maria (Joannis Conradi/Elisabethae) 1 CONT b. 4-11-1796, bp. 10-9-1808, godparents: omitted/Elisabeth Kehler 1 CONT St. Michael Church, Loretto, PA, by Rev. Demetrius A. Gallitzin 1 CONT 1 CONT Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Vol. I, 1793-1839, Ledoux 1 CONT 3187 LUTHER, Joannes (deceased Conradi/Elisabeth), married: 5-31-1825 BYRN 1 CONC E, Maria Anna (p.o.) 1 CONT by Rev. Prince Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin at St. Michael Church, Lorett 1 CONC o, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT The Kirkpatrick Heritage, Part II, Chapter 13, The Luther Family of Cambri 1 CONC a 1 CONT County, by William E. Kirkpatrick, 420 Deauville Drive, Dayton, OH 4542 1 CONC 9; 1976 1 CONT 1 CONT The founder of the Luther family in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, and my t 1 CONC hird great-grandfather was Conrad Luther, who was transported to Ameri 1 CONC ca by the British as a "Hessian" mercenary sometime between 1776 and 177 1 CONC 8. It has been verified that he deserted the British/Hessian forces in N 1 CONC ew Jersey in 1778. On November 10, 1782 he signed by mark the oath of alle 1 CONC giance to the state of Pennsylvania. ("Names of Persons Who Took the Oa 1 CONC th of Allegiance to the State of Pennsylvania, 1777-1789", Thompson Westco 1 CONC tt, Part II, pg. 92.) The military unit to which he belonged and his activ 1 CONC ities during the period 1778-1782 have not yet been discovered. Accordi 1 CONC ng to a number of histories he is alleged to have joined the American Arm 1 CONC y. However, I have found no record to verify such service. 1 CONT 1 CONT Although his birthdate is unknown it can be reasonably set at between 1750 1 CONC -1755 based on his age at the 1800 census and his wife's age in the 1830 c 1 CONC ensus. His birthplace has allegedly been identified as Thueringen, Grand D 1 CONC uchy of Hesse, Germany, but still remains to be substantiated. The fami 1 CONC ly tradition that he was a descendant of Martin Luther is doubtful, sin 1 CONC ce the direct male line of Martin Luther died out with the death of the Dr 1 CONC esden Advocate Martin Gottlieb Luther in 1759. However, it is possible th 1 CONC at he was related in a collateral ine. 1 CONT 1 CONT Family tradition has stated that Conrad was saved from his pursuers at t 1 CONC he time of his desertion by a stratagem of his future wife, Elizabeth Bard 1 CONC /Smith. Although this tradition locates this action in Lancaster County, P 1 CONC ennsylvania, it is more likely, if true, to have occurred in New Jersey wh 1 CONC ere he made his escape from the Hessian line in 1778. According to the 18 1 CONC 00 and 1830 censuses, Elizabeth was born between 1750-1755 at an unknown l 1 CONC ocation. She was baptized in 1770 (Loretto Centenary, pg. 131). Nothing mo 1 CONC re is known at this time about Elizabeth or her family. Even her maiden na 1 CONC me has not been determined with certainty although it has been narrowed do 1 CONC wn to either Bard or Smith. 1 CONT 1 CONT Based on the birthdate of their eldest children--Christian/Christopher/Chr 1 CONC ysostom in 1784, they married about 1783. In 1790 census, they were list 1 CONC ed as residing in Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, a 1 CONC nd had two sons and one unidentified female. In 1880 census, they were loc 1 CONC ated in West Township, Huntington County, Pennsylvania, and had at that ti 1 CONC me a family of four sons and one daughter. Based on the baptismal da 1 CONC te in Father Gallitzin's records (1796) of their daughter Mary Ann, I beli 1 CONC eve that they moved to Huntington County on or before 1796. In 1806 Conr 1 CONC ad was listed as a taxable in Allegheny Township, Cambria County, where th 1 CONC ey continued to be listed in the censuses of 1810 and 1820. Conrad died be 1 CONC tween 1820 and 1830, probably in April/May 1825. His wife Elizabeth surviv 1 CONC ed him, living with their son Jacob in the 1830 census. She died between 1 1 CONC 830 and 1840. Five of their possibly seven children survived, four sons a 1 CONC nd a daughter. 0 @I0383@ INDI 1 NAME Jeremiah /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 DEC 1949 1 FAMC @F0095@ 1 NOTE @NI0383@ 0 @NI0383@ NOTE 1 CONC Industrial Engineer Becar WI 0 @I0384@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /McGuire/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE SEP 1801 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 APR 1874 1 FAMS @F0656@ 1 FAMC @F0026@ 0 @I0385@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Nagle/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0066@ 0 @I0386@ INDI 1 NAME John Rudolph /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 JUL 1948 2 PLAC Lock Haven PA 1 FAMC @F0042@ 0 @I0387@ INDI 1 NAME Olive /Bearer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0132@ 1 NOTE @NI0387@ 0 @NI0387@ NOTE 1 CONC Sister Olive at St. Joseph's Order 0 @I0388@ INDI 1 NAME Henrietta /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1859 1 FAMC @F0013@ 0 @I0389@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 MAY 1829 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 AUG 1898 2 PLAC St. Michael's Cemetery, Loretto PA 1 FAMS @F0674@ 1 FAMC @F0111@ 1 NOTE @NI0389@ 0 @NI0389@ NOTE 1 CONC Mary Ann Byrne, b. May 05, 1829 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a, d. August 30, 1898 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Mary A 1 CONC nn married Samuel Will, b. October 25, 1819 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pe 1 CONC nnsylvania, d. 1904 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania. They were married Ja 1 CONC nuary 10, 1848 in Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Samuel was the s 1 CONC on of John Wills and Mary Horn. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p. 58, #1569 Will, Samuel (p.o.) m. 01-10-1848 Ma 1 CONC ry Ann Burns (Michael/Susan Walters) HPG [St. Michael's, the Kittell I 1 CONC ndex] 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary Ann Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 85-86, #01821 Byrne, Maria Anna (Michaelis/Susanna 1 CONC e) b. 05-05 bp. 05-08-1829 gp: Rev. D.A. Gallitzin/Maria Walters DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Michael's Cemetery, Loretto, Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Penns 1 CONC ylvania 1 CONT WILLS, Mary Ann (BURNS) 5 May 1829 30 Aug 1898 w/o Samuel 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Monica's Cemetery, Chest Springs, Clearfield Township, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania 1 CONT WILLS, Mary 1828 1898 wife of Samuel 1 CONT (Thoughts: Which one is correct?) 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 200. 1 CONT Wills, Mrs. Samuel (Mary Ann Burns) b. May 5, 1829 d. Aug. 30, 1898 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Samuel Will 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 39, #00845 Will, Samuel (Joannis/Mariae) b. 10- 1 CONC 25 bp. 10-31-1819 gp: Hugo McConnell/Maria Will DAG [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899), p. 163 1 CONT Named with parents, John Will and Mary Horn. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT stamped p. 43, Line 34 1 CONT WILL, Samuel, age 30, farmer, assets $600, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary A., age 20, b. Penn 1 CONT Alexius, age 1 [male], b. Penn 1 CONT [could this be Jane Alexis, age 1/12?] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Clearfield Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 269, Line 10, Chest Springs P.O. 1 CONT Samuel WILL, age 40, farmer, assets $2000/700, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary A., age 28, b. Penn 1 CONT Jane, age 11, b. Penn 1 CONT Caroline, age 9, b. Penn 1 CONT Augustin, age 7, b. Penn 1 CONT Luke, age 5, b. Penn 1 CONT Susan, age 2, b. Penn 1 CONT Agatha, age 6/12, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Clearfield Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 30, Line 20, Summit P.O. 1 CONT WILL, Samuel, age 44, farmer, assets $6000/2000, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary A., age 39, keeping house, b. Penn 1 CONT Jane, age 19, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Carline, age 17, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Augustin, age 15, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Luke, age 13, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Susan, age 11, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Catharin, age 7, b. Penn 1 CONT William, age 4, b. Penn 1 CONT Edward, age 2, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census, Clearfield Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 30, ED 202, Line 20 1 CONT WILLS, Samuel, age60, farmer, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Mary A., age 48, wife, keeping house, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Catherine, age 17, daughter, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT William, age 15, son, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Edward, age 9, son, b. Penn 1 CONT Annie, age 7, daughter, b. Penn 1 CONT Matlda, age 4, daughter, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1900 Census, Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT ED 99, Sheet 15B, Line 83 1 CONT WILLS, Samuel, head, Oct 1817, age 82, widowed, b. Penn, father b. Marylan 1 CONC d, mother b. unknown 1 CONT Edward, son, unk 1868, age 32, single, b. Penn, farmer 1 CONT SWANHART, Matthew, son-in-law, June 1874, age 25, m/0 yrs, b. Penn, paren 1 CONC ts b. Penn, day laborer 1 CONT Alice, daughter, Sept 1874, age 25, m/0 yrs, 0 children/0 living, b. Pen 1 CONC n, parents b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Monica's Cemetery: 1 CONT WILLS, Samuel 1817 1904 husband of Mary 1 CONT (Thoughts: I wonder why Samuel is buried at St. Monica's and his wi 1 CONC fe at St. Michael's?) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Mary Ann Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Mary Ann Byrne b: May 05, 1829 d: Au 1 CONC gust 30, 1898 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Samuel Will b: October 25, 1819 d: 1904 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Aloysius (Alexius] Will b: Abt. 18 1 CONC 49 d: Bef. 1860 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Jane Alexis Will b: July 04, 1850 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +? Trexler 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Caroline M. Will b: July 1852 d: 1925 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Hiram James McGuire b: September 26, 18 1 CONC 43 d: 1931 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Augustine S. Will b: March 11, 1855 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Ellie (Will) b: Abt. 1856 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Luke Will b: June 20, 1856 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Susan E. Wills b: June 14, 18 1 CONC 58 d: March 03, 1910 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Bernard J. Delaney b: May 22, 1841 d: Sept 1 CONC ember 16, 1907 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Agnes (Agatha) Will b: February 08, 18 1 CONC 60 d: Bef. 1870 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Catherine Helen Will b: October 08, 1862 d: Decemb 1 CONC er 06, 1959 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +John Henry Risban b: November 28, 18 1 CONC 67 d: January 17, 1940 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 William Will b: August 18, 1865 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Edward Vincent Will b: February 28, 18 1 CONC 68 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Anna Ida Will b: October 02, 1870 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Henry Denny b: January 08, 1867 d: Ap 1 CONC ril 03, 1947 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Alice Matilda Will b: September 07, 18 1 CONC 74 d: March 31, 1955 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Matthew J. Swanhart b: 18 1 CONC 71 d: 1911 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Descendant Report - Margaret McElliot 1 CONT World Connect - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT St. Michael Cemetery Listing 1 CONT St. Monica Cemetery Listing 1 CONT 0 @I0390@ INDI 1 NAME Walter Patrick /Lantzy/ II 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 APR 1921 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 JUN 1994 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery, Spangler PA 1 FAMS @F0330@ 1 FAMC @F0333@ 1 NOTE @NI0390@ 0 @NI0390@ NOTE 1 CONC Notes on Holy Cross Cemetery records online: 1ST LT 554TH AAAAW BN WW2 & K 1 CONC W; h/o Elizabeth "Betty" (McMullen); s/o Walter P. Sr. & Sarah (Shortencar 1 CONC rier) 0 @I0391@ INDI 1 NAME Raphael /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 NOV 1855 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 MAY 1909 1 FAMC @F0366@ 1 NOTE @NI0391@ 0 @NI0391@ NOTE 1 CONC CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 461) 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 22:20:03 -0500 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-Id: <8C7B873C4CF8ADC-CBC-1137D@@MBLK-M12.sysops.aol.com> 1 CONT Subject: Some Byrnes 1 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Friday, May 14, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT RAPHAEL BURNS 1 CONT Raphael [Francis] Burns, a former well known resident of this vicin 1 CONC ity died at the State Hospital at Dixmont [Dixmont Insane Asylum] at no 1 CONC on on Saturday [May 8, 1909], aged 53 years, 7 months, and 1 day. He h 1 CONC ad been a patient at the above institution for the past two years. [b 2 N 1 CONC ov 1855] 1 CONT He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT Cosmos, of this place, [Hastings]; [m Elizabeth Yeager, d 18 Oct 188 1 CONC 9] b 27 Feb 1852 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Stich, Carrolltown; [Sara Catherine] b 21 July 1861 1 CONT Mrs. Sylvester Buck, Elyria, Ohio; [Maria Amanda, m May 2, 1879]b 18 Se 1 CONC pt 1857 1 CONT Mrs. Morris Fitzgerald, of this place; [Jennie or Harriet Dora or Harri 1 CONC et Johanna]b 20 Aug 1864, m 2 May, 1879 1 CONT Scott, Carrolltown; [m Emma Litzinger]b 27 Sept 1850, d 23 May 1929 1 CONT Isidore [or Theodore Francis], Carrolltown. [Helena James, non-Catholic, B 1 CONC ellwood] b 28 Oct 1853 1 CONT [Not listed] John Francis, m Matilda Stich [can't find birth] 1 CONT The Remains were brought to the home of his sister, Mrs. Stich, at Ca 1 CONC rrolltown on Monday evening. The funeral services were conducted in St. B 1 CONC enedict's Catholic Church, at that place at 9:00 on Tuesday morning. Aft 1 CONC er the services, the remains were laid to rest in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, May 23, 1929 1 CONT Scott Byrne [bap William], age 70, died in Carrolltown on May 23, 182 1 CONC 9. He had been ill two years. [Deceased wife is Emma Litzinger] 1 CONT He is survived by a daughter and son: 1 CONT Mrs. Mallie Steich; and 1 CONT Michael, Spangler. 1 CONT He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT John, Altoona; 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg; 1 CONT Mrs. Jennie Fitzgerald, Ebensburg; and 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Steich, Altoona. 1 CONT The funeral and burial were at St. Benedict. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 315) 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 00:20:02 -0400 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-Id: <8C75FB06DBE3C59-F1C-81B@@MBLK-M28.sysops.aol.com> 1 CONT Subject: Re: [PaCambri] Raphael Burns/Byrne and His Activities in Hastings 1 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" 1 CONT 1 CONT OK, I know that family, though I did not remember the name Raphae 1 CONC l. I helped Charles Lantzy get some primary information on them. There w 1 CONC ere a lot of trouble makers around then. 1 CONT Marilyn 1 CONT 1 CONT -----Original Message----- 1 CONT From: Beth Campbell Fladaker 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com; marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Sent: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 20:24:28 -0700 (Pacific Daylight Time) 1 CONT Subject: Re: [PaCambri] Raphael Burns/Byrne and His Activities in Hastings 1 CONT 1 CONT CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 315) 1 CONT 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 20:24:28 -0700 (Pacific Daylight Time) 1 CONT From: "Beth Campbell Fladaker" 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-Id: <42E5ACEC.000018.02256@@FRM-NANA> 1 CONT Subject: Re: [PaCambri] Raphael Burns/Byrne and His Activities in Hastings 1 CONT Content-Type: Text/Plain; 1 CONT charset="iso-8859-1" 1 CONT 1 CONT I have a Raphael Byrne/Byrnes, son of Francis J. Byrne and Isabella 1 CONT Elizabeth Weakland. He was born about 1856. This is all I know about hi 1 CONC m. 1 CONT Looks like he was quite the trouble maker back then. 1 CONT 1 CONT Beth 1 CONT 1 CONT -------Original Message------- 1 CONT 1 CONT From: marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Date: 07/25/05 19:46:19 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Subject: [PaCambri] Raphael Burns/Byrne and His Activities in Hastings 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria Freeman, June 15, 1888 1 CONT 1 CONT SHOOTING AT HASTINGS 1 CONT On Wednesday night the new town of Hastings [incorporated in 1889] 1 CONT had its first baptism of blood. Mr CALEY [sic, CALEB] GRAY, has a hotel a 1 CONC t 1 CONT that place and his son-in-law, EDWARD W. JONES, the young man about 25 yea 1 CONC rs 1 CONT of age, is the manager, lives in the house and has general supervision ove 1 CONC r 1 CONT it. 1 CONT On Wednesday evening, RAPHAEL BURNS, a somewhat ______ted character 1 CONT who is often involved in quarrels, put in an appearance at the house and 1 CONT about 10 o'clock when Mr. Jones wanted to shut up the house, he requested 1 CONT Burns to leave. Burns refused to go and a struggle ensued which finally 1 CONT resulted in Burns seizing a chair and making for Jones, at the same time 1 CONT threatening to do Jones up. 1 CONT Jones seized a revolver that was concealed near by and blazed away 1 CONC , 1 CONT the ball striking Burns in the side of the mouth and glancing on the si 1 CONC de of 1 CONT the jaw, followed the jaw bone around the side of the face and came out at 1 CONT the side of the neck. Burns has an ugly wound, but is not dangerously hur 1 CONC t, 1 CONT which is a good thing for both men. 1 CONT Jones came to this place [Ebensburg] with the intention of giving 1 CONT himsel up, but on the advice of his attorney, he concluded that he acted i 1 CONC n 1 CONT self-fefense and he would lit the law take its course and await a warra 1 CONC nt if 1 CONT Burns saw fit to prosecute. [Paragraphing mine.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: I did not see anything more about this incident. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria Freeman, April 14, 1893. 1 CONT 1 CONT Copied from the HASTINGS TRIBUNE. On Wednesday afternoon, RAPHAEL BYRNES, 1 CONT employed at the Driskel Hollow Job [lumbering], made information before 1 CONT SQUIRE BAKER of Susquehanna Township, charging the following with liquor 1 CONT violations. 1 CONT W.L. Nicholson, 1 CONT E.L. Beckwith, 1 CONT A. Lantzy, 1 CONT M. Gilpatrick, 1 CONT Michael H. Nagle, and 1 CONT Elmer E. Nagle, all hotel keepers at Hastings; 1 CONT M. Weakland, and 1 CONT John Glasser of Carrolltown; and 1 CONT Charles Anna of St.Boniface, are all alledged to have committed various 1 CONT violations. 1 CONT The Accused say it is a blackmail scheme. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria Freeman, June 16, 1893. 1 CONT 1 CONT COURT REPORTS 1 CONT 1 CONT Commonwealth vs. ELMER NAGLE -- selling liquor on Sunday and to minor 1 CONC s. 1 CONT Defendant was acquitted, but must pay costs. 1 CONT 1 CONT Commonwealth vs. JOHN GLASSER. Defendant was acquitted and the cost 1 CONC s 1 CONT divided. 1 CONT 1 CONT Complaintant RAPHAEL BYRNE in in jail because Byrne attempted to 1 CONT commit sucide. 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: I did not see any more reports of court cases against the others nam 1 CONC ed 1 CONT in the previous article. 1 CONT Who is this Raphael Burns/Byrne? What is his family? 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ==== PACAMBRI Mailing List ==== 1 CONT Have you signed up on the Surname Registry? If not, go to 1 CONT http://www.rootsweb.com/~pacambri/ 1 CONT and click on "Surname Register" for details. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ______________________________ 1 CONT ------------------------------ 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT I have a Raphael Byrne/Byrnes, son of Francis J. Byrne and Isabella Elizab 1 CONC eth Weakland. He was born about 1856. This is all I know about him. Lo 1 CONC oks like he was quite the trouble maker back then. 1 CONT 1 CONT Beth 1 CONT 1 CONT -------Original Message------- 1 CONT 1 CONT From: javascript:parent.ComposeTo('marilynkwash@@aol.com'); 1 CONT Date: 07/25/05 19:46:19 1 CONT To: javascript:parent.ComposeTo('PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com'); 1 CONT Subject: [PaCambri] Raphael Burns/Byrne and His Activities in Hastings 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria Freeman, June 15, 1888 1 CONT 1 CONT SHOOTING AT HASTINGS 1 CONT On Wednesday night the new town of Hastings [incorporated in 188 1 CONC 9] had its first baptism of blood. Mr CALEY [sic, CALEB] GRAY, has a hot 1 CONC el at that place and his son-in-law, EDWARD W. JONES, the young man abo 1 CONC ut 25 years of age, is the manager, lives in the house and has general sup 1 CONC ervision over it. 1 CONT On Wednesday evening, RAPHAEL BURNS, a somewhat ______ted charact 1 CONC er who is often involved in quarrels, put in an appearance at the house a 1 CONC nd about 10 o'clock when Mr. Jones wanted to shut up the house, he request 1 CONC ed Burns to leave. Burns refused to go and a struggle ensued which final 1 CONC ly resulted in Burns seizing a chair and making for Jones, at the same ti 1 CONC me threatening to do Jones up. 1 CONT Jones seized a revolver that was concealed near by and blazed awa 1 CONC y, the ball striking Burns in the side of the mouth and glancing on the si 1 CONC de of the jaw, followed the jaw bone around the side of the face and ca 1 CONC me out at the side of the neck. Burns has an ugly wound, but is not dange 1 CONC rously hurt, which is a good thing for both men. 1 CONT Jones came to this place [Ebensburg] with the intention of givi 1 CONC ng himsel up, but on the advice of his attorney, he concluded that he act 1 CONC ed in self-fefense and he would lit the law take its course and await a wa 1 CONC rrant if Burns saw fit to prosecute. [Paragraphing mine.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: I did not see anything more about this incident. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria Freeman, April 14, 1893. 1 CONT 1 CONT Copied from the HASTINGS TRIBUNE. On Wednesday afternoon, RAPHAEL BYRNE 1 CONC S, employed at the Driskel Hollow Job [lumbering], made information befo 1 CONC re SQUIRE BAKER of Susquehanna Township, charging the following with liqu 1 CONC or violations. 1 CONT W.L. Nicholson, 1 CONT E.L. Beckwith, 1 CONT A. Lantzy, 1 CONT M. Gilpatrick, 1 CONT Michael H. Nagle, and 1 CONT Elmer E. Nagle, all hotel keepers at Hastings; 1 CONT M. Weakland, and 1 CONT John Glasser of Carrolltown; and 1 CONT Charles Anna of St.Boniface, are all alledged to have committed various vi 1 CONC olations. 1 CONT The Accused say it is a blackmail scheme. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria Freeman, June 16, 1893. 1 CONT 1 CONT COURT REPORTS 1 CONT 1 CONT Commonwealth vs. ELMER NAGLE -- selling liquor on Sunday and to minor 1 CONC s. Defendant was acquitted, but must pay costs. 1 CONT 1 CONT Commonwealth vs. JOHN GLASSER. Defendant was acquitted and the cos 1 CONC ts divided. 1 CONT 1 CONT Complaintant RAPHAEL BYRNE in in jail because Byrne attempted to co 1 CONC mmit sucide. 1 CONT 1 CONT CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 470) 1 CONT 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 11:20:19 -0500 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-Id: <8C7BCCE99C9DB12-1840-61D7@@MBLK-M12.sysops.aol.com> 1 CONT Subject: Fwd: [PaCambri] DIXMONT MENTAL HOSPITAL.doc 1 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" 1 CONT 1 CONT If you know of other patients at Dixmont, could you please give me t 1 CONC he names and dates, if you know them. All of these are from the old newsp 1 CONC apers, and I do have more to add. 1 CONT Marilyn 1 CONT 1 CONT -----Original Message----- 1 CONT From: Marilyn Washington 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Sent: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 23:42:32 -0500 1 CONT Subject: [PaCambri] DIXMONT MENTAL HOSPITAL.doc 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT This is as far as I have gotten with my list of mental patients [as list 1 CONC ed in 1 CONT the newspapers.] 1 CONT 1 CONT DIXMONT MENTAL HOSPITAL Before Torrance State Hospital was establish 1 CONC ed in 1 CONT 1948, Counties sent mentally ill and impaired patients to the following As 1 CONC ylums 1 CONT or Hospitals. Cambria County sent patients to Dixmont, North Side, Pittsb 1 CONC urgh, 1 CONT and Clearfield County sent patients to Warren State Hospital. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1887 Dixmont Mental Hospital is full. There are 70 patients fr 1 CONT Cambria County presently resident there. New admissions must go to Warr 1 CONC en or 1 CONT Harrisburg State Hospital. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1887 Stoltz, August, son of Philip Stoltz of Carroll Township was releas 1 CONC ed from 1 CONT Dixmont. [Cambria Freeman, Friday, September 2, 1887] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1894 Noren, Mrs. John - to Dixmont, three small children [Hastings Tribun 1 CONC e, 1 CONT Friday, February 23, 1894] 1 CONT 1 CONT Matelant, James - To Dixonville, violent -strait jacket [Hastings Tribun 1 CONC e, 1 CONT Friday, March 16, 1894] 1 CONT 1 CONT Biller, Andrew, who was an inmate at Dixmont, Pittsburgh, died there duri 1 CONC ng the 1 CONT past week. He had been insane for about two years. His home was in Alleg 1 CONC heny 1 CONT Township, where his wife and children reside. [Hastings Tribune, Friday, J 1 CONC une 8, 1 CONT 1894] 1 CONT 1 CONT Sharp, Joseph, a farmer living in Allegheny Township was taken to Dixmo 1 CONC nt last 1 CONT week, having become suddenly and violently insane. He has a wife and thr 1 CONC ee 1 CONT children. [Hastings Tribune, Friday, June 8, 1894] 1 CONT 1 CONT Julia Ann Nagle Wodford, wife of Powers Woodford [d. of John R. Nagle a 1 CONT Theresa Lantzy] died at Dixmont Insane Asylum, Dixonville, Allegheny Co 1 CONC ., Pa. 1 CONT [e-mail Litgenie@@AOL.com.] 1 CONT 1 CONT DIXMONT INSANE ASYLUM. For the three months ending June l, 1904, the bi 1 CONC ll for 1 CONT Cambria County from the Western Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane at Di 1 CONC xmont 1 CONT for the care, maintenance and burial for patients from this county was $ 1 CONT 2,004.47. Four patients died, one was sent home, and there are eighty-eig 1 CONC ht from 1 CONT the county. [North Cambria News, Friday, June 10, 1904] 1 CONT 1 CONT Williams, Mrs. Annie, of Seldom Seen and Joseph Rouse of Hastings ha 1 CONC ve both 1 CONT been sent to Dixmont. [North Cambria News, Friday, May 29, 1904] 1 CONT 1 CONT Dixmont Mental Hospital has discharged the following: August T. Delaney (M 1 CONC ay 1 CONT 13), Steve Vuletich and John Brays (May 17). [North Cambria News, Frida 1 CONC y, 1 CONT September 27, 1907] 1 CONT 1 CONT RAPHAEL BURNS. Raphael [Francis, "Rafe"] Burns, a former will known resid 1 CONC ent of 1 CONT this vicinity died at the State Hospital at Dixmont [Dixmont Insane Asylu 1 CONC m] at 1 CONT noon on Saturday [May 8, 1909], aged 53 years, 7 months, and 1 day. He h 1 CONC ad been 1 CONT a patient at the above institution for the past two years. [Born 2 Novemb 1 CONC er 1 CONT 1855] 1 CONT The following brothers and sisters survive him: 1 CONT Cosmos [Thomas, "Cos"] of Hastings; 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph [Sara Catherine] Stich, of Carrolltown; 1 CONT Mrs. Sylvester [Maria Amanda] Buck; 1 CONT Mrs. Morris ["Jennie," Harriet Dora or Harriet Jane] Fitzgerald, of Hastin 1 CONC gs; 1 CONT Scott [William or Wilford], of Carrolltown; 1 CONT Isidore ["Dory," Theodore Francis], of Carrolltown; and 1 CONT John Francis [not listed, but a brother.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0392@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Morley/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1921 1 FAMC @F0162@ 0 @I0393@ INDI 1 NAME Theodore Isadore Dory /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 DEC 1853 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 JUN 1937 2 PLAC St Bernard's 1 FAMS @F0304@ 1 FAMC @F0366@ 1 NOTE @NI0393@ 0 @NI0393@ NOTE 1 CONC CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 461) 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 22:20:03 -0500 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-Id: <8C7B873C4CF8ADC-CBC-1137D@@MBLK-M12.sysops.aol.com> 1 CONT Subject: Some Byrnes 1 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Friday, May 14, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT RAPHAEL BURNS 1 CONT Raphael [Francis] Burns, a former well known resident of this vicin 1 CONC ity died at the State Hospital at Dixmont [Dixmont Insane Asylum] at no 1 CONC on on Saturday [May 8, 1909], aged 53 years, 7 months, and 1 day. He h 1 CONC ad been a patient at the above institution for the past two years. [b 2 N 1 CONC ov 1855] 1 CONT He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT Cosmos, of this place, [Hastings]; [m Elizabeth Yeager, d 18 Oct 188 1 CONC 9] b 27 Feb 1852 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Stich, Carrolltown; [Sara Catherine] b 21 July 1861 1 CONT Mrs. Sylvester Buck, Elyria, Ohio; [Maria Amanda, m May 2, 1879]b 18 Se 1 CONC pt 1857 1 CONT Mrs. Morris Fitzgerald, of this place; [Jennie or Harriet Dora or Harri 1 CONC et Johanna]b 20 Aug 1864, m 2 May, 1879 1 CONT Scott, Carrolltown; [m Emma Litzinger]b 27 Sept 1850, d 23 May 1929 1 CONT Isidore [or Theodore Francis], Carrolltown. [Helena James, non-Catholic, B 1 CONC ellwood] b 28 Oct 1853 1 CONT [Not listed] John Francis, m Matilda Stich [can't find birth] 1 CONT The Remains were brought to the home of his sister, Mrs. Stich, at Ca 1 CONC rrolltown on Monday evening. The funeral services were conducted in St. B 1 CONC enedict's Catholic Church, at that place at 9:00 on Tuesday morning. Aft 1 CONC er the services, the remains were laid to rest in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, May 23, 1929 1 CONT Scott Byrne [bap William], age 70, died in Carrolltown on May 23, 182 1 CONC 9. He had been ill two years. [Deceased wife is Emma Litzinger] 1 CONT He is survived by a daughter and son: 1 CONT Mrs. Mallie Steich; and 1 CONT Michael, Spangler. 1 CONT He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT John, Altoona; 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg; 1 CONT Mrs. Jennie Fitzgerald, Ebensburg; and 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Steich, Altoona. 1 CONT The funeral and burial were at St. Benedict. 0 @I0394@ INDI 1 NAME Allen /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0169@ 0 @I0395@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Litzinger/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 JUL 1798 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 SEP 1851 1 FAMS @F0040@ 1 FAMC @F0421@ 0 @I0396@ INDI 1 NAME John /Cunningham/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 APR 1821 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 OCT 1848 2 PLAC St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hart's Sleeping Place 1 FAMC @F0407@ 0 @I0397@ INDI 1 NAME Edna Francina /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 DEC 1911 1 FAMS @F0239@ 1 FAMC @F0172@ 1 NOTE @NI0397@ 0 @NI0397@ NOTE 1 CONC Letter to Edward A. Byrnes from Edna on July 16th, 2005 (Byrnes Reunion w 1 CONC as on the 9th): "Referring to the picture of Thomas J. Byrnes and Sara Mil 1 CONC ler with a horse in the background she says, "That was my horse, I ro 1 CONC de it so often from the field down to the water trough." Signed Love to a 1 CONC ll Edna Lantzy (a Byrnesville Byrnes). 0 @I0398@ INDI 1 NAME Patricia Ann /Bracken/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 MAR 1970 2 PLAC Spangler PA 1 FAMS @F0252@ 1 FAMC @F0112@ 0 @I0399@ INDI 1 NAME Anthony /Martucci/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 SEP 1895 2 PLAC Naples Italy 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 JUL 1964 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0203@ 1 FAMC @F0484@ 1 NOTE @NI0399@ 0 @NI0399@ NOTE 1 CONC Ed, 1 CONT What a wonderful job! Wow! You are terrific at building and writing f 1 CONC or the website! 1 CONT Very Impressive! 1 CONT 1 CONT Yes, the photo's are of my maternal grandparents. You can see my Mom a 1 CONC nd Aunt Gigi look like my Grandmother. My Grandfather Anthony, was the so 1 CONC le owner of a bar and restaurant, "The Ideal Place." My Grandmother w 1 CONC as a Teacher of Fine Arts in Italy. Together they had nine children. 1 CONT When we were little kids, I always thought I was adopted. You guys all h 1 CONC ad blonde hair and blue eyes. I was the little dark eyed and hair ki 1 CONC d. As a matter of fact; I have so much hair....maybe God gave me some ha 1 CONC ir of the dog??? sickie.... 1 CONT Love ya, 1 CONT Cuzzie 1 CONT P. S. Cruises are not my thing either.... I keep hearing of the giant sn 1 CONC ow storms you are having and think how lucky your are!!! Remember h 1 CONC ow we used to love the snow when we were little in Barnesboro. In the ear 1 CONC ly to mid fifties we had tons....of snow! Those were the good 'ole day 1 CONC s. Our mittens, socks, scarves, hats and coats would dry on the radiator 1 CONC s! The hot chocolate was the best. I will never forget when I was sled r 1 CONC iding on Dorko's hill across from Terizzi's. I went right down the hill a 1 CONC nd into the big creek behind Brown's garage. Eddie Serafin pulled me o 1 CONC ut and then I walked all the way home soaking wet! What a dope! Pls gi 1 CONC ve Winston a 1 CONT 1 CONT Anthony Martucci had a bar in Hastings, Pennsylvania. My dad, Edward J. By 1 CONC rnes told me he had a drink there. 1 CONT 1 CONT From page 18 of the Tribune Democrat Thursday, July 23, 1964 1 CONT 1 CONT MARTUCCI -- Anthony, 68, Hastings, died July 22, 1964 at home of daughte 1 CONC r, Mrs. Paul Byrnes, Barnesboro. Born Sep 15, 1895, in Italy, son of Nicho 1 CONC las and Maria (Iccabaccio) Martucci. Preceded in death by wife, former Eli 1 CONC zabeth Coccero, in 1955. Survived by these children: Mrs. Mary Byrnes, men 1 CONC tioned; Mrs. Grace Sponsky, Bakerton; Mrs. Elizabeth Tindiglia, Philadelph 1 CONC ia, Pa; Josephine, Hastings; Mrs. Gloria Pacello, Gibsonia, Pa.; Mrs. Gil 1 CONC da Byrnes, Barnesboro, and Mrs. Sylvia Breth, Cleveland, Ohio; also 10 gra 1 CONC ndchildren. World War I veteran. Member of patton American Legion Post a 1 CONC nd Patrick D. Rioran Post 1586, VFW, Hastings. Family will receive frien 1 CONC ds from 7 to 10 p.m. thursday and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.m. Friday at t 1 CONC he Easly & Easly Funeral Home, Hastings, Funeral Mass at 10:00 a.m. Saturd 1 CONC ay at St. Bernard's Catholic Church, the Rev. Dominic Breuss, OSB. Buria 1 CONC l, church cemetery, Military graveside rite under direction of Hastings VF 1 CONC W. 0 @I0400@ INDI 1 NAME Earl /Bearer/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0132@ 0 @I0401@ INDI 1 NAME Morris /Lantzy/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0333@ 0 @I0402@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Stich/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 AUG 1860 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 MAR 1947 1 FAMS @F0052@ 0 @I0403@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /S./ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0065@ 0 @I0404@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /McGuire/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 MAY 1807 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 NOV 1877 2 PLAC St. Michael Cemetery Loretto, Allegheny Twp., Cambria, Pa 1 FAMS @F0306@ 1 FAMC @F0026@ 1 NOTE @NI0404@ 0 @NI0404@ NOTE 1 CONC http://www.rootsweb.com/~pacambri/cems/AllStMichael03.html 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT BRADLEY, Catherine b.9 May 1807 d.25 Nov 1877 w/o Charles, d/o Eleanor (BY 1 CONC RNE) & Richard McGUIRE (K/FR) 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Michael Cemetery 1 CONT Loretto, Allegheny Township 1 CONT Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a tool to promote further research and should N 1 CONC OT be considered as verified proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were used to obtain as many names as possible of p 1 CONC eople buried at St. Michael's. 1 CONT 1) Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete wa 1 CONC lk through in 1999/2000 (H, headstone; H-worn, information difficult to re 1 CONC ad, may be suspect) [Most of the headstones into the 1830's were made of b 1 CONC rown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; headstones aft 1 CONC er this time period switched to the more common white stone (sandsto 1 CONC ne or marble?) and are in many instances worn and illegible)] 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 3) FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 4) O - Obituary; Of - obituary of family member; unfortunately, some of t 1 CONC he obits I have are undated 1 CONT 5) FR - family record / genealogy 1 CONT 6) N - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 M 1 CONC AY 1928 Memorial Day newspapers, listed war service and cemetery where bur 1 CONC ied). Didn't always find a headstone to correspond to the newspaper articl 1 CONC e, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on their headstone sho 1 CONC ws up in a newspaper article. 1 CONT 7) DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1 1 CONC 293475 (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individ 1 CONC uals making the entries in the death registers would only list a numb 1 CONC er in the age column. In this document, the ???? reference was mostly sho 1 CONC wn when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list a year if a child only lived a mont 1 CONC h. However, given the fact that often a number of entries would only indic 1 CONC ate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 8) LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1793- 1 CONC 1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bound pasto 1 CONC rs to keeping sacramental records. Since records of burial did not fall in 1 CONC to this category, they were all too frequently ignored by the pastors. 1 CONT 9) K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", wh 1 CONC ich contains early baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this bo 1 CONC ok was a register of deaths, covering the period November 17, 1793 to Octo 1 CONC ber 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this information from church records a 1 CONC nd headstones at St. Michael. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Family names that have changed over 200 years, i.e., Driscoll/Driske 1 CONC l, or Eckenrode/Eckenrod, Klein/Kline, etc., have been grouped togeth 1 CONC er to make it easier to find family members. 1 CONT 1 CONT During my last reading over Labor Day weekend, September 2000, I ran in 1 CONC to a long-time member of St. Michael's Catholic Church, who inform 1 CONC ed me in the late 1940's or early 1950's, members of the church volunteer 1 CONC ed to clean up the cemetery, as the old original section had fallen into d 1 CONC isrepair. Headstones were placed in straight lines, and fallen headston 1 CONC es were stood upright and bases reinforced. However, a number of broken he 1 CONC adstones were thrown over a nearby ravine. So, in addition to the headston 1 CONC es indicated as unreadable, there are many which simply no longer exist. 1 CONT 1 CONT Walking back to front, my last reading of the cemetery started about 6 ro 1 CONC ws before the Schwab mausoleum (end of main section) and up to the fro 1 CONC nt of the original cemetery. These headstones have been marked "main secti 1 CONC on". 1 CONT 1 CONT Finally, while I've visited relatives on numerous occasions, I've never li 1 CONC ved in Cambria County. So, if someone was listed under (DR) or (O) as bei 1 CONC ng buried at St. Michael cemetery and it's the wrong one, my apologies. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT --Lisa Baker 0 @I0405@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Irven/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0126@ 0 @I0406@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Cresswell/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0088@ 0 @I0407@ INDI 1 NAME J. Rudolph /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 MAR 1941 1 FAMS @F0921@ 1 FAMC @F1134@ 0 @I0408@ INDI 1 NAME Conrad /Luther/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1750 2 PLAC Germany 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Bet 1820-1825 1 FAMS @F0084@ 1 NOTE @NI0408@ 0 @NI0408@ NOTE 1 CONC Re: CONRAD LUTHER b1750s ger,d1820s 1 CONT Posted by: Lisa Baker Date: June 19, 2000 at 19:51:41 1 CONT In Reply to: CONRAD LUTHER b1750s ger,d1820s by m.jean baker sharbau 1 CONC gh of 1066 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Information picked up from other sources: 1 CONT 1) Charles Lantzy, Lantzy Family Genealogy, c1983, p234 1 CONT 2) Anthony Bentivegna, The Farabaughs of Cambria County, c1991, p19 1 CONT 3) William Kirkpatrick, The Kirkpatrick Heritage, Dayton, OH, c1976 1 CONT 1 CONT Conrad Luther was born in Germany sometime during the middle of the eighte 1 CONC enth century. He came to America before 1778 as a Hessian soldier. These H 1 CONC essian soldiers were employed by the English to help enforce the taxati 1 CONC on program against the Colonists. Conrad Luther deserted his Hessian Compa 1 CONC ny in 1778 and went into hiding. He was saved from capture by his faithf 1 CONC ul friend, Elizabeth, a Catholic and native of Lancaster County, who beca 1 CONC me his future wife. Conrad then joined the Continental Army and served und 1 CONC er General Washington. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1913 Will Farabaugh bought from Andrew Strittmatter farm land at "Strit 1 CONC tmatter's Corner", located one mile south of Carrolltown, where the West B 1 CONC ranch of the Susquehanna River originates from a spring. The land was orig 1 CONC inally settled in about 1796 by Conrad Luther, a Hessian soldier who foug 1 CONC ht under George Washington and is buried somewhere on the property. Lege 1 CONC nd has it that Conrad was descended from the third son of Martin Luther, a 1 CONC nd that he was converted to Catholicism by Prince Gallitzin. 1 CONT 1 CONT Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Vol. I, 1793-1839, Ledoux 1 CONT 0252 LUTHER, Anna Maria (Joannis Conradi/Elisabethae) 1 CONT b. 4-11-1796, bp. 10-9-1808, godparents: omitted/Elisabeth Kehler 1 CONT St. Michael Church, Loretto, PA, by Rev. Demetrius A. Gallitzin 1 CONT 1 CONT Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Vol. I, 1793-1839, Ledoux 1 CONT 3187 LUTHER, Joannes (deceased Conradi/Elisabeth), married: 5-31-1825 BYRN 1 CONC E, Maria Anna (p.o.) 1 CONT by Rev. Prince Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin at St. Michael Church, Lorett 1 CONC o, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT The Kirkpatrick Heritage, Part II, Chapter 13, The Luther Family of Cambri 1 CONC a 1 CONT County, by William E. Kirkpatrick, 420 Deauville Drive, Dayton, OH 4542 1 CONC 9; 1976 1 CONT 1 CONT The founder of the Luther family in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, and my t 1 CONC hird great-grandfather was Conrad Luther, who was transported to Ameri 1 CONC ca by the British as a "Hessian" mercenary sometime between 1776 and 177 1 CONC 8. It has been verified that he deserted the British/Hessian forces in N 1 CONC ew Jersey in 1778. On November 10, 1782 he signed by mark the oath of alle 1 CONC giance to the state of Pennsylvania. ("Names of Persons Who Took the Oa 1 CONC th of Allegiance to the State of Pennsylvania, 1777-1789", Thompson Westco 1 CONC tt, Part II, pg. 92.) The military unit to which he belonged and his activ 1 CONC ities during the period 1778-1782 have not yet been discovered. Accordi 1 CONC ng to a number of histories he is alleged to have joined the American Arm 1 CONC y. However, I have found no record to verify such service. 1 CONT 1 CONT Although his birthdate is unknown it can be reasonably set at between 1750 1 CONC -1755 based on his age at the 1800 census and his wife's age in the 1830 c 1 CONC ensus. His birthplace has allegedly been identified as Thueringen, Grand D 1 CONC uchy of Hesse, Germany, but still remains to be substantiated. The fami 1 CONC ly tradition that he was a descendant of Martin Luther is doubtful, sin 1 CONC ce the direct male line of Martin Luther died out with the death of the Dr 1 CONC esden Advocate Martin Gottlieb Luther in 1759. However, it is possible th 1 CONC at he was related in a collateral ine. 1 CONT 1 CONT Family tradition has stated that Conrad was saved from his pursuers at t 1 CONC he time of his desertion by a stratagem of his future wife, Elizabeth Bard 1 CONC /Smith. Although this tradition locates this action in Lancaster County, P 1 CONC ennsylvania, it is more likely, if true, to have occurred in New Jersey wh 1 CONC ere he made his escape from the Hessian line in 1778. According to the 18 1 CONC 00 and 1830 censuses, Elizabeth was born between 1750-1755 at an unknown l 1 CONC ocation. She was baptized in 1770 (Loretto Centenary, pg. 131). Nothing mo 1 CONC re is known at this time about Elizabeth or her family. Even her maiden na 1 CONC me has not been determined with certainty although it has been narrowed do 1 CONC wn to either Bard or Smith. 1 CONT 1 CONT Based on the birthdate of their eldest children--Christian/Christopher/Chr 1 CONC ysostom in 1784, they married about 1783. In 1790 census, they were list 1 CONC ed as residing in Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, a 1 CONC nd had two sons and one unidentified female. In 1880 census, they were loc 1 CONC ated in West Township, Huntington County, Pennsylvania, and had at that ti 1 CONC me a family of four sons and one daughter. Based on the baptismal da 1 CONC te in Father Gallitzin's records (1796) of their daughter Mary Ann, I beli 1 CONC eve that they moved to Huntington County on or before 1796. In 1806 Conr 1 CONC ad was listed as a taxable in Allegheny Township, Cambria County, where th 1 CONC ey continued to be listed in the censuses of 1810 and 1820. Conrad died be 1 CONC tween 1820 and 1830, probably in April/May 1825. His wife Elizabeth surviv 1 CONC ed him, living with their son Jacob in the 1830 census. She died between 1 1 CONC 830 and 1840. Five of their possibly seven children survived, four sons a 1 CONC nd a daughter. 0 @I0409@ INDI 1 NAME Helen Jane /McGregor/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1926 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1968 1 FAMS @F0113@ 0 @I0410@ INDI 1 NAME Paul /Hugney/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0094@ 0 @I0411@ INDI 1 NAME Michael /Driskel/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 NOV 1929 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 OCT 1955 1 BURI 2 PLAC Germany 1 FAMC @F0197@ 1 NOTE @NI0411@ 0 @NI0411@ NOTE 1 CONC DRISKEL, Michael J., Jr. 13 Nov 1929 7 Oct 1955 s/o Michael & Annie (BYRN 1 CONC E) (H/O) 1 CONT 1 CONT Documentation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Information provided by Lisa Baker 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a 1 CONT tool to promote further research and should NOT be considered as verifi 1 CONC ed proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were 1 CONT used to obtain as many names as possible of people buried at St. Michael's 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 1 CONT FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 1 CONT FR - family record / genealogy 6) N 1 CONT - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 MAY 19 1 CONC 28 Memorial Day newspapers, 1 CONT listed war service and cemetery where buried). Didn't always find a headst 1 CONC one to correspond to the 1 CONT newspaper article, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on the 1 CONC ir headstone shows up in a 1 CONT newspaper article. 1 CONT 1 CONT DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1293 1 CONC 475 1 CONT (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individuals ma 1 CONC king the entries in the death 1 CONT registers would only list a number in the age column. In this document, t 1 CONC he ???? reference was mostly 1 CONT shown when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list 1 CONT a year if a child only lived a month. However, given the fact that oft 1 CONC en a number of entries would only 1 CONT indicate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is 1 CONT meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 1 CONT LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1 CONT 1793-1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bou 1 CONC nd pastors to keeping sacramental 1 CONT records. Since records of burial did not fall into this category, they we 1 CONC re all too frequently ignored by 1 CONT the pastors. 1 CONT 1 CONT K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", whi 1 CONC ch contains early 1 CONT baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this book was a register of d 1 CONC eaths, covering the period 1 CONT November 17, 1793 to October 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this informat 1 CONC ion from church records and 1 CONT headstones at St. Michael. 0 @I0412@ INDI 1 NAME Millie /Lantzy/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0139@ 1 FAMC @F0333@ 0 @I0413@ INDI 1 NAME Larry // 1 SEX M 0 @I0414@ INDI 1 NAME Matilda /Stoltz/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0066@ 0 @I0415@ INDI 1 NAME Joan M. /Chappell/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0120@ 0 @I0416@ INDI 1 NAME John Francis /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 JUN 1859 1 FAMS @F0081@ 1 FAMC @F0366@ 1 NOTE @NI0416@ 0 @NI0416@ NOTE 1 CONC CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 461) 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 22:20:03 -0500 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-Id: <8C7B873C4CF8ADC-CBC-1137D@@MBLK-M12.sysops.aol.com> 1 CONT Subject: Some Byrnes 1 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Friday, May 14, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT RAPHAEL BURNS 1 CONT Raphael [Francis] Burns, a former well known resident of this vicin 1 CONC ity died at the State Hospital at Dixmont [Dixmont Insane Asylum] at no 1 CONC on on Saturday [May 8, 1909], aged 53 years, 7 months, and 1 day. He h 1 CONC ad been a patient at the above institution for the past two years. [b 2 N 1 CONC ov 1855] 1 CONT He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT Cosmos, of this place, [Hastings]; [m Elizabeth Yeager, d 18 Oct 188 1 CONC 9] b 27 Feb 1852 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Stich, Carrolltown; [Sara Catherine] b 21 July 1861 1 CONT Mrs. Sylvester Buck, Elyria, Ohio; [Maria Amanda, m May 2, 1879]b 18 Se 1 CONC pt 1857 1 CONT Mrs. Morris Fitzgerald, of this place; [Jennie or Harriet Dora or Harri 1 CONC et Johanna]b 20 Aug 1864, m 2 May, 1879 1 CONT Scott, Carrolltown; [m Emma Litzinger]b 27 Sept 1850, d 23 May 1929 1 CONT Isidore [or Theodore Francis], Carrolltown. [Helena James, non-Catholic, B 1 CONC ellwood] b 28 Oct 1853 1 CONT [Not listed] John Francis, m Matilda Stich [can't find birth] 1 CONT The Remains were brought to the home of his sister, Mrs. Stich, at Ca 1 CONC rrolltown on Monday evening. The funeral services were conducted in St. B 1 CONC enedict's Catholic Church, at that place at 9:00 on Tuesday morning. Aft 1 CONC er the services, the remains were laid to rest in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, May 23, 1929 1 CONT Scott Byrne [bap William], age 70, died in Carrolltown on May 23, 182 1 CONC 9. He had been ill two years. [Deceased wife is Emma Litzinger] 1 CONT He is survived by a daughter and son: 1 CONT Mrs. Mallie Steich; and 1 CONT Michael, Spangler. 1 CONT He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT John, Altoona; 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg; 1 CONT Mrs. Jennie Fitzgerald, Ebensburg; and 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Steich, Altoona. 1 CONT The funeral and burial were at St. Benedict. 0 @I0417@ INDI 1 NAME Maria Catherine /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 SEP 1881 2 PLAC Hastings, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 DEC 1968 2 PLAC Pittsburgh, PA 1 FAMS @F0030@ 1 FAMC @F0069@ 1 NOTE @NI0417@ 0 @NI0417@ NOTE 1 CONC Murtha, Mrs. Mary Catherine, 87, Pittsburgh, formerly of Hastings, died De 1 CONC c. 9, 1968, in Pitt sburgh. Born Sept. 24, 1881 in Hastings, daughter of C 1 CONC osmas and Elizabeth (Yeager) Byrne. Pre ceded in death by husband, Jame 1 CONC s, in 1944, sons Thomas and Frank; and daughter, Mrs. Imelda L ehman. Surv 1 CONC ived by these children; Mrs. Ann Weakland, Hastings, Mrs. Marie Cullinan 1 CONC e, Pittsbu rgh, Miss Kathleen Murtha, Pittsburgh, Hugh, Chicago, Ill. Mr 1 CONC s. Cleda Cullinane, Linden, NJ. , William, Hollywood, Fla., Mrs. Margar 1 CONC et Meeder, Canonsburg, Pa., and James, Pittsburgh; als o 21 grandchildr 1 CONC en and 13 great-grandchildren. Friends received after 2 pm Wednesday at Ea 1 CONC sl y and Easly Funeral Home, Hastings where ICBU will recite Rosary at 7: 1 CONC 15 PM Wednesday and Ros ary confraternity will recite Rosary at 7:30 PM. F 1 CONC uneral Mass at 10 am Thursday at St. Bernar d's Catholic Church, Hasting 1 CONC s, the Rev. Terrance Rogan, OSB, Interment church cemetery.Johns town Trib 1 CONC une Democrat, Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1968 0 @I0418@ INDI 1 NAME Mary D. /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 SEP 1885 2 PLAC Teacher in Clearfield PA 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 SEP 1885 2 PLAC Clearfield, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 DEC 1978 2 PLAC Lawrence Twp PA 1 FAMS @F0500@ 1 FAMS @F1136@ 1 FAMC @F0015@ 0 @I0419@ INDI 1 NAME Kathleen Nicole /Averill/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 MAR 1974 2 PLAC New London CT 1 FAMS @F0071@ 0 @I0420@ INDI 1 NAME Angeline Catherine /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 NOV 1846 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 FEB 1874 1 FAMS @F0502@ 1 FAMC @F0076@ 0 @I0421@ INDI 1 NAME Robert B. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 AUG 1915 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 OCT 1997 2 PLAC Higginsville Missouri 1 FAMC @F0060@ 1 NOTE @NI0421@ 0 @NI0421@ NOTE 1 CONC Ordained to Priesthood 1 CONT went to Higginsville, Missouri 0 @I0422@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Scholastica /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 MAY 1857 2 PLAC Carolltown Boro, Cambria Co., PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 AUG 1942 2 PLAC St. Benedicts, Carrolltown PA 1 FAMS @F0503@ 1 FAMC @F0076@ 1 NOTE @NI0422@ 0 @NI0422@ NOTE 1 CONC From: marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Subject: Re: [PaCambri] Mary Byrne Weakland, m Peter Weakland [d ?? Sylves 1 CONC ter Byrne] 1 CONT Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 23:18:46 -0500 1 CONT References: <8C7B2907E29F5D5-6D0-2A2D@@MBLK-M30.sysops.aol.com> <00e601c5f5 1 CONC 15$073417e0$647ba8c0@@SandraCompaq> 1 CONT In-Reply-To: <00e601c5f515$073417e0$647ba8c0@@SandraCompaq> 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Thank you for the information. Someone did give me her parents, but not a 1 CONC ll this data. 1 CONT Angeline Weakland married Anthony Nicholas Helfrick, son of Peter and Cath 1 CONC erine Haas Helfrick. He went by Nicholas. I think he deserted her, as he w 1 CONC as listed as "whereabouts unknow" in an obit. I don't think he was kn 1 CONC ow as "Fred." Do you have any information about her children? 1 CONT Mary Byrne Weakland is on the group wedding picture of my grandparent in J 1 CONC une, 1913. They were neighbors. 1 CONT Marilyn 1 CONT 1 CONT -----Original Message----- 1 CONT From: Sandra McCartney 1 CONT To: marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Sent: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 13:45:10 -0500 1 CONT Subject: Re: [PaCambri] Mary Byrne Weakland, m Peter Weakland [d ?? Sylves 1 CONC ter Byrne] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Here;s the info you wanted on Mary S Byrne, married to Peter.... I ha 1 CONC ve a different set of parents tht what you listed....corret me if Im wrong 1 CONC .... Sandra 1 CONT 1 CONT Let me know if you need more info? 1 CONT Descendants of Peter S Weakland 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 1 1 CONT 1 CONT 1. Peter S5 Weakland (Henry Charles4, Peter3, John Jr2, John Sr1) was bo 1 CONC rn 19 Mar 1852 in Susquehanna Township, PA, and died 20 Oct 1892. He marri 1 CONC ed Mary Scholastica Byrne 06 May 1877 in Altoona, PA, daughter of James By 1 CONC rne and Margaret Bender. She was born 09 May 1857 in Carroll Twp, PA, a 1 CONC nd died 29 Aug 1942. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Peter S Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Burial: St. Benedict's Cemetery 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary Scholastica Byrne: 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Hastings, August 27, 1942 1 CONT 1 CONT MOTHER OF EAST END LADY DEAD 1 CONT 1 CONT Mrs. Mary J. (Byrne) Weakland, former Sesquehanna Townshp resident, has di 1 CONC ed in Johnstown. She married Peter Weakland May 6, 1877 in Altoona. He di 1 CONC ed October 20, 1892. She is survived by the following children: 1 CONT 1 CONT J. E. Weakland, Johnstown; 1 CONT 1 CONT Angeline Helfrick, Detroit; [m Anthony Nicholas Helfrick, son of Peter a 1 CONC nd Catherine Hass Helfrick of Hastings. Formerly of Johnstown] 1 CONT 1 CONT Hilda, wife of Henry Dillon, Johnstown; 1 CONT 1 CONT O. H. Weakland, Johnstown; and 1 CONT 1 CONT Margaret, wife of Jesse Bearer, of East End [Hastings]. 1 CONT 1 CONT The funeral was held in St Patrick's Church, Moxham, with the interme 1 CONC nt in St. Benedict's Cemetery, Carrolltown. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Mary Scholastica Byrne: 1 CONT 1 CONT Burial: St. Benedict's Cemetery, Carrolltown, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Peter Weakland and Mary Byrne are: 1 CONT 1 CONT 2 i. Angeline6 Weakland, born 21 May 1879; died 17 Mar 1955. She married F 1 CONC red Helfrick. 1 CONT 1 CONT + 3 ii. James E Weakland, born 26 Feb 1882 in Hastings, PA; died 17 May 19 1 CONC 58 in Johnstown, PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT + 4 iii. Hilda Weakland, born Jun 1884. 1 CONT 1 CONT + 5 iv. Oliver H Weakland, born 22 Dec 1885 in Hastings, PA; died 08 Oct 1 1 CONC 969. 1 CONT 1 CONT + 6 v. Eugene P Weakland, born 12 Dec 1887 in Hastings, PA; died 03 Apr 19 1 CONC 81 in Johnstown, PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT 7 vi. Lonza Weakland, born 1888; died 04 May 1890. 1 CONT 1 CONT + 8 vii. Margaret Weakland, born 22 Dec 1890; died 24 Dec 1990 in Indian 1 CONC a, PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT 9 viii. Freddie Weakland, born 1892; died 1897. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 2 1 CONT 1 CONT 3. James E6 Weakland (Peter S5, Henry Charles4, Peter3, John Jr2, John Sr 1 CONC 1) was born 26 Feb 1882 in Hastings, PA, and died 17 May 1958 in Johnstow 1 CONC n, PA. He married Otilia (Tillie) Bearer 12 Jun 1906 in Hastings, PA, daug 1 CONC hter of Lewis Bearer and Mary Dietrich. She was born 11 Mar 1884 in Hastin 1 CONC gs, PA, and died 22 Jul 1965 in Johnstown, PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of James Weakland and Otilia Bearer are: 1 CONT 1 CONT + 10 i. Rita Otilia7 Weakland, born 28 Jan 1920. 1 CONT 1 CONT + 11 ii. James Edgar Anthony Weakland, born 13 Jun 1923 in Johnstown, P 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 4. Hilda6 Weakland (Peter S5, Henry Charles4, Peter3, John Jr2, John Sr 1 CONC 1) was born Jun 1884. She married Henry Dillon. He was born 1882, and di 1 CONC ed 24 Jul 1956. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Hilda Weakland and Henry Dillon are: 1 CONT 1 CONT + 12 i. DeLillis A7 Dillon, born 02 Apr 1907; died 19 Jul 1978 in Johnstow 1 CONC n, PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT 13 ii. Earl Dillon. 1 CONT 1 CONT 14 iii. Hillary Dillon. 1 CONT 1 CONT 15 iv. Amandus Dillon. 1 CONT 1 CONT 16 v. Roseanna Dillon. 1 CONT 1 CONT 17 vi. Maletius Dillon. 1 CONT 1 CONT 18 vii. Mildred Dillon. 1 CONT 1 CONT 19 viii. Donald Dillon. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 5. Oliver H6 Weakland (Peter S5, Henry Charles4, Peter3, John Jr2, John Sr 1 CONC 1) was born 22 Dec 1885 in Hastings, PA, and died 08 Oct 1969. He marri 1 CONC ed Theresa Magdalen Boley 04 Jun 1907 in Loretto, PA, daughter of Joseph B 1 CONC oley and Theresa Hartzog. She was born Jan 1887 in Allegheny Twp, PA, a 1 CONC nd died 1968. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Oliver H Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Burial: 10 Oct 1969, St. Benedict's Cemetery 1 CONT 1 CONT Occupation: Meatcutter 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Oliver Weakland and Theresa Boley are: 1 CONT 1 CONT 20 i. Edna7 Weakland. She married Frank Kirsh. 1 CONT 1 CONT 21 ii. Louise Weakland. She married Robert McHenry. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Louise Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Residence: Hamburg, NY 1 CONT 1 CONT 22 iii. Merle Weakland. 1 CONT 1 CONT 23 iv. Unnamed Weakland. 1 CONT 1 CONT 24 v. Unnamed Weakland. 1 CONT 1 CONT 25 vi. Helen Marie Weakland, born 1909; died 16 May 1920. 1 CONT 1 CONT 26 vii. Charles V Weakland, born 13 Apr 1913; died 05 Aug 1936. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Charles V Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Education: Penn State - Musician 1 CONT 1 CONT + 27 viii. Kenneth Weakland, born 1918 in Johnstown, PA; died 26 Nov 19 1 CONC 87 in Lincoln, NE. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 6. Eugene P6 Weakland (Peter S5, Henry Charles4, Peter3, John Jr2, John Sr 1 CONC 1) was born 12 Dec 1887 in Hastings, PA, and died 03 Apr 1981 in Johnstow 1 CONC n, PA. He married Philomena (Minnie) E Bishop 1908. She was born 1890. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Eugene P Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Burial: Grandview Cemetery, Johnstown, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT Occupation: Police Assocation 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Eugene Weakland and Philomena Bishop are: 1 CONT 1 CONT 28 i. Norman7 Weakland. He married Ruth Treasure. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Norman Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Residence: Bolivar 1 CONT 1 CONT 29 ii. Howard Weakland. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Howard Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Residence: Cleveland, OH 1 CONT 1 CONT 30 iii. Loretta Weakland. She married Joseph Raub. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Loretta Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Residence: Johnstown, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT 31 iv. Ruth M Weakland, born 28 Jul 1917 in Patton, PA; died 13 Apr 199 1 CONC 1. She married Paul Bickford. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Ruth M Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Burial: Grandview Cemetery, Johnstown, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT 32 v. Freda Weakland. She married ? Myers. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 8. Margaret6 Weakland (Peter S5, Henry Charles4, Peter3, John Jr2, John Sr 1 CONC 1) was born 22 Dec 1890, and died 24 Dec 1990 in Indiana, PA. She marri 1 CONC ed Jesse Martin Bearer 04 May 1915 in Hastings, PA, son of John Bearer a 1 CONC nd Anastasia Dietrich. He was born 10 Dec 1889 in Hastings, PA, and di 1 CONC ed 13 Mar 1979 in Altoona, PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Margaret Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Burial: St. Bernard's , Hastings, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Margaret Weakland and Jesse Bearer are: 1 CONT 1 CONT 33 i. Irvin J7 Bearer, born 06 Dec 1915. 1 CONT 1 CONT 34 ii. Emery O Bearer, born 06 May 1920. 1 CONT 1 CONT 35 iii. Thais Tobias Bearer, born 23 Mar 1918. 1 CONT 1 CONT 36 iv. Vernetta Bearer, born 01 Feb 1923. She married ? Sessa. 1 CONT 1 CONT 37 v. Irma Bearer, born 21 Aug 1924. She married ? Farabaugh. 1 CONT 1 CONT 38 vi. Martin L Bearer, born 10 May 1926; died 2001. 1 CONT 1 CONT 39 vii. Sarah Bearer, born 16 Dec 1931. She married ? Kibler. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 3 1 CONT 1 CONT 10. Rita Otilia7 Weakland (James E6, Peter S5, Henry Charles4, Peter3, Jo 1 CONC hn Jr2, John Sr1) was born 28 Jan 1920. She married Roman Francis Lux 09 A 1 CONC ug 1947. He was born 04 Jun 1921. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Rita Weakland and Roman Lux are: 1 CONT 1 CONT 40 i. Roman Richard8 Lux, born 15 May 1948 in Johnstown, PA. He married El 1 CONC len Jane Cader 19 Jun 1971 in State College, PA; born 04 Mar 1949 in Belle 1 CONC fonte, PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Roman Richard Lux: 1 CONT 1 CONT Christening: St. Patrick's Church, Johnstown, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT 41 ii. Barbara Ann Lux, born 22 Dec 1950 in Johnstown, PA. She married Jam 1 CONC es Garrett Hughes 21 Jun 1975 in State College, PA; born 12 Nov 1951 in We 1 CONC st Chester, PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT 42 iii. John Joseph Lux, born 23 Apr 1953 in Johnstown, PA. He married Ste 1 CONC phanie Ann Hindman 30 Nov 1985 in State College, PA; born 20 Feb 1958 in B 1 CONC rookville, PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT 43 iv. Mary Gretchen Lux, born 15 Jul 1956 in Johnstown, PA. She married J 1 CONC effrey John Ellrod 03 Jan 1986; born 26 Feb 1955 in Pittsburgh, PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Mary Gretchen Lux: 1 CONT 1 CONT Christening: St. Patrick's Church, Johnstown, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT Military service: Navy 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Jeffrey John Ellrod: 1 CONT 1 CONT Military service: Navy 1 CONT 1 CONT 44 v. Gregory James Lux, born 23 Nov 1958 in Johnstown, PA. He married Eil 1 CONC een Sirianni 07 Jun 1980 in State College, PA; born 13 Aug 1960 in Mars, P 1 CONC A. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Gregory James Lux: 1 CONT 1 CONT Military service: Navy 1 CONT 1 CONT 45 vi. Robert Lewis Lux, born 02 May 1961 in Johnstown, PA. He married Car 1 CONC ol Parssinen 03 Sep 1988; born 24 Apr 1960 in New London, NH. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Robert Lewis Lux: 1 CONT 1 CONT Christening: St. Patrick's Church, Johnstown, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 11. James Edgar Anthony7 Weakland (James E6, Peter S5, Henry Charles4, Pet 1 CONC er3, John Jr2, John Sr1) was born 13 Jun 1923 in Johnstown, PA. He marri 1 CONC ed Thelma Elizabeth Helbing 07 Feb 1948. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for James Edgar Anthony Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT NATIONAL WWII MEMORIAL, Washington, D.C. 1 CONT 1 CONT BRANCH OF SERVICE 1 CONT 1 CONT U.S. Army 1 CONT 1 CONT HOMETOWN 1 CONT 1 CONT Johnstown, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT HONORED BY 1 CONT 1 CONT Thelma Weakland, Wife 1 CONT 1 CONT ACTIVITY DURING WWII 1 CONT 1 CONT SERVED WITH THE MEDICAL CORPS. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of James Weakland and Thelma Helbing are: 1 CONT 1 CONT 46 i. David James8 Weakland, born 11 Aug 1950. 1 CONT 1 CONT 47 ii. Donna Jeanne Weakland, born 24 Jan 1953. She married Peter Baughm 1 CONC an 03 Feb. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 12. DeLillis A7 Dillon (Hilda6 Weakland, Peter S5, Henry Charles4, Peter 1 CONC 3, John Jr2, John Sr1) was born 02 Apr 1907, and died 19 Jul 1978 in Johns 1 CONC town, PA. She married Chrysom J Bearer in St. Patrick's Church, Johnstow 1 CONC n, PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for DeLillis A Dillon: 1 CONT 1 CONT DeLILLIS BEARER PASSES AWAY 1 CONT 1 CONT Mrs. DeLillis A. Bearer, 71, Johnstown, died July 19 at Mercy Hospital, Jo 1 CONC hnstown. 1 CONT 1 CONT She was born April 2, 1907, in Hastings, a daughter of Henry H. and Hil 1 CONC da (Weakland) Dillon. She was preceded in death by her parents, and brothe 1 CONC rs, Earl, Hillary and Amandus. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mrs. Bearer is survived by her husband, C.J. (Curly); and two children: Ge 1 CONC orge and Doris, wife of James McDonald; also seven grandchildren and one g 1 CONC reat-granddaughter. She was a sister of Mrs. Roseanna Burns, Maletius, Mr 1 CONC s. Mildred Beam and Donald L. 1 CONT 1 CONT She was a member of St. Benedict's Catholic Church, St. Francis Retreat Le 1 CONC ague and state auxiliary of FOP. 1 CONT 1 CONT Friends were received at the Stephen J. Conway Funeral Home. Mass of Chris 1 CONC tian Burial was held at St. Benedict's Catholic Church by the Rev. Jose 1 CONC ph R. Kiniry. Interment followed in Richland Cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Thursday, October 1, 1925. 1 CONT 1 CONT Married: Chrysom Bearer of Carrolltown, Delilis Dillon, d of Mr. and Mr 1 CONC s. Henry Dillon of Johnstown, 1 CONT 1 CONT formerly of Hastings, Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Melitus Holtz of Hastings. [ 1 CONC "Ted" and Helen Gill Holtz] 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Patrick's Church, Johnstown. [I don't have the date of the wedding.] 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of DeLillis Dillon and Chrysom Bearer are: 1 CONT 1 CONT 48 i. George8 Bearer. 1 CONT 1 CONT 49 ii. Doris Bearer. She married James McDonald. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 27. Kenneth7 Weakland (Oliver H6, Peter S5, Henry Charles4, Peter3, John J 1 CONC r2, John Sr1) was born 1918 in Johnstown, PA, and died 26 Nov 1987 in Linc 1 CONC oln, NE. He married Jean Treasure. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Kenneth Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Burial: Cedar Rapids, IO 1 CONT 1 CONT Military service: Navy - WWII 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Kenneth Weakland and Jean Treasure are: 1 CONT 1 CONT 50 i. Barry8 Weakland. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Barry Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Residence: Marion, Iowa 1 CONT 1 CONT 51 ii. Darrell Weakland. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Darrell Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Residence: Denver, CO 1 CONT 1 CONT 52 iii. David Weakland. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About David Weakland: 1 CONT 1 CONT Residence: Keokuk, Iowa 1 CONT 1 CONT ----- Original Message ----- From: 1 CONT To: 1 CONT Sent: Tuesday, November 08, 2005 10:30 AM 1 CONT Subject: [PaCambri] Mary Byrne Weakland, m Peter Weakland [d ?? Sylvest 1 CONC er Byrne] 1 CONT 1 CONT > I think Mary Byrne Weakland might be the daughter of Sylvester Byrne > w 1 CONC hose obit I published last week. Does anyone know? Mary and Peter > Weakla 1 CONC nd lived in the area of NO 9 Road near the Holtz and Bearer > families. 1 CONT > 1 CONT > North Cambria News, Hastings, August 27, 1942 1 CONT > 1 CONT > MOTHER OF EAST END LADY DEAD 1 CONT > 1 CONT > Mrs. Mary J. (Byrne) Weakland, former Sesquehanna Townshp resident, > h 1 CONC as died in Johnstown. She married Peter Weakland May 6, 1877 in > Altoon 1 CONC a. He died October 20, 1892. She is survived by the following > childre 1 CONT > J. E. Weakland, Johnstown; 1 CONT > Angeline Helfrick, Detroit; [m Anthony Nicholas Helfrick, son of Peter a 1 CONC nd > Catherine Hass Helfrick of Hastings. Formerly of Johnstown] 1 CONT > Hilda, wife of Henry Dillon, Johnstown; 1 CONT > O. H. Weakland, Johnstown; and 1 CONT > Margaret, wife of Jesse Bearer, of East End [Hastings]. 1 CONT > The funeral was held in St Patrick's Church, Moxham, with the > interme 1 CONC nt in St. Benedict's Cemetery, Carrolltown. 1 CONT > 1 CONT > Note: Does anyone know the full names and spouses' names of the > childr 1 CONC en? 1 CONT > Does anyone know if Mary Byrne is the daughter of Sylvester > Byrne? 1 CONT > Which Dillon family does Henry Dillon belong to? 1 CONT > Which Weakland family does Peter Weakland belong to? 1 CONT > 1 CONT > 1 CONT > ==== PACAMBRI Mailing List ==== 1 CONT > http://www.rootsweb.com/~pacambri/ 1 CONT > To unsubscribe from the PACAMBRI-L list, send the message Unsubscri 1 CONC be to > PACAMBRI-L-Request@@Rootsweb.com. If you wish to unsubscribe the Di 1 CONC gest > mode send your message to PACAMBRI-D-Request@@Rootsweb.com 1 CONT > 1 CONT > 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Thank you so much. I was wrong that Sylvester was Mary Scholastica Byrne 1 CONC 's father, but right he was a relative, her brother. Thank you for straigh 1 CONC tening all that out. 1 CONT For you non-Catholics, the name Scholastica comes from St. Scholastica, t 1 CONC he twin sister of St. Benedict , the founder of the Benedictine Order of M 1 CONC onks. She was the founder of the Benedictine nuns. The original motherhou 1 CONC se of the Benedictine nuns in Carrolltown was named St. Scholastica's Conv 1 CONC ent. It later moved to Pittsburgh. 1 CONT St. Vincent Archabbey in Beatty [original name of the RR stop], now Latrob 1 CONC e, is the first Benedictine Abbey in the United States. Fr. Lemke, from Ca 1 CONC rrolltown, invited the Bavarian German Benedictine monks to Carrolltown, w 1 CONC here they first "settled," but got a better offer in Westmoreland Count 1 CONC y, where the weather was better for farming. 1 CONT The Benedictine priests staffed all the Northern Cambria Churches at one t 1 CONC ime, and still staff St. Mary's in Patton, St. Bernard's in Hastings, S 1 CONC t. Nicholas in Nicktown, St. Benedict's in Carrolltown, and St Johns in Su 1 CONC mmerhill and Immaculate Conception in New Germany. 1 CONT Marilyn 1 CONT The Benedictines are the reason for some of the odd Latin names you fi 1 CONC nd in the Northern Cambria Area, like Modestus, Callistus, Chrystom, etc. 0 @I0423@ INDI 1 NAME Christopher James /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 MAY 1858 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 MAR 1863 2 PLAC Carrolltown, PA Church rec. 1 FAMC @F0032@ 0 @I0424@ INDI 1 NAME Tim /Flint/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0193@ 0 @I0425@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Driskel/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 NOV 1805 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 JAN 1890 2 PLAC St. Michael's Cemetery, Loretto PA 1 FAMS @F0106@ 1 FAMC @F0663@ 0 @I0426@ INDI 1 NAME David Duane /Bracken/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 AUG 1968 2 PLAC Spangler PA 1 FAMS @F0251@ 1 FAMC @F0112@ 0 @I0427@ INDI 1 NAME James /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1955 1 FAMS @F0234@ 1 FAMC @F0113@ 0 @I0428@ INDI 1 NAME Matilda /Stich/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 MAR 1867 2 PLAC Carroll Twp PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 AUG 1934 2 PLAC Altoona PA 1 FAMS @F0081@ 1 FAMC @F1085@ 1 NOTE @NI0428@ 0 @NI0428@ NOTE 1 CONC CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 461) 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 22:20:03 -0500 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-Id: <8C7B873C4CF8ADC-CBC-1137D@@MBLK-M12.sysops.aol.com> 1 CONT Subject: Some Byrnes 1 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Friday, May 14, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT RAPHAEL BURNS 1 CONT Raphael [Francis] Burns, a former well known resident of this vicin 1 CONC ity died at the State Hospital at Dixmont [Dixmont Insane Asylum] at no 1 CONC on on Saturday [May 8, 1909], aged 53 years, 7 months, and 1 day. He h 1 CONC ad been a patient at the above institution for the past two years. [b 2 N 1 CONC ov 1855] 1 CONT He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT Cosmos, of this place, [Hastings]; [m Elizabeth Yeager, d 18 Oct 188 1 CONC 9] b 27 Feb 1852 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Stich, Carrolltown; [Sara Catherine] b 21 July 1861 1 CONT Mrs. Sylvester Buck, Elyria, Ohio; [Maria Amanda, m May 2, 1879]b 18 Se 1 CONC pt 1857 1 CONT Mrs. Morris Fitzgerald, of this place; [Jennie or Harriet Dora or Harri 1 CONC et Johanna]b 20 Aug 1864, m 2 May, 1879 1 CONT Scott, Carrolltown; [m Emma Litzinger]b 27 Sept 1850, d 23 May 1929 1 CONT Isidore [or Theodore Francis], Carrolltown. [Helena James, non-Catholic, B 1 CONC ellwood] b 28 Oct 1853 1 CONT [Not listed] John Francis, m Matilda Stich [can't find birth] 1 CONT The Remains were brought to the home of his sister, Mrs. Stich, at Ca 1 CONC rrolltown on Monday evening. The funeral services were conducted in St. B 1 CONC enedict's Catholic Church, at that place at 9:00 on Tuesday morning. Aft 1 CONC er the services, the remains were laid to rest in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, May 23, 1929 1 CONT Scott Byrne [bap William], age 70, died in Carrolltown on May 23, 182 1 CONC 9. He had been ill two years. [Deceased wife is Emma Litzinger] 1 CONT He is survived by a daughter and son: 1 CONT Mrs. Mallie Steich; and 1 CONT Michael, Spangler. 1 CONT He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT John, Altoona; 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg; 1 CONT Mrs. Jennie Fitzgerald, Ebensburg; and 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Steich, Altoona. 1 CONT The funeral and burial were at St. Benedict. 0 @I0429@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret Ann /Bender/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 NOV 1818 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 OCT 1869 2 PLAC St. Benedicts, Carrolltown PA 1 FAMS @F0076@ 1 FAMC @F0422@ 0 @I0430@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah A. /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 JUL 1844 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 AUG 1924 1 FAMS @F0501@ 1 FAMC @F0076@ 0 @I0432@ INDI 1 NAME Bernard John /Coons/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 JAN 1852 1 FAMC @F0077@ 0 @I0433@ INDI 1 NAME John F. /Lantzy/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 FEB 1913 1 FAMC @F0440@ 0 @I0435@ INDI 1 NAME Alice /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 JUL 1830 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 MAY 1853 2 PLAC St. Augustine Cemetery, Chest Springs PA 1 FAMS @F0654@ 1 FAMC @F0106@ 0 @I0436@ INDI 1 NAME Michael A. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 APR 1829 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 SEP 1910 2 PLAC St. Augustine Cemetery, Chest Springs PA 1 FAMS @F0661@ 1 FAMC @F0106@ 0 @I0437@ INDI 1 NAME Meghan /Flint/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0210@ 1 FAMC @F0193@ 0 @I0438@ INDI 1 NAME Ignatz /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1868 1 FAMC @F0116@ 0 @I0439@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas Patrick /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 SEP 1900 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1925 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery Spangler 1 FAMC @F0145@ 1 NOTE @NI0439@ 0 @NI0439@ NOTE 1 CONC Died as baby from Karen Ann Byrnes Harmon 0 @I0440@ INDI 1 NAME Patrick Englebert /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 APR 1844 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 APR 1894 2 PLAC Warren, Warren County, PA 1 FAMS @F0295@ 1 FAMC @F0111@ 1 NOTE @NI0440@ 0 @NI0440@ NOTE 1 CONC From: "Beth Campbell Fladaker" 1 CONT Subject: Re: [PaCambri] BYRNE-NAGLE 1 CONT Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 08:18:34 -0800 (Pacific Standard Time) 1 CONT References: <1de.3860972d.2f7d6474@@aol.com> 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Here is all I have. I do not have their children. 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Carrie Nagle 1 CONT Generation No. 1 1 CONT 1. CARRIE1 NAGLE was born Abt. 1851, and died November 04, 1917. She marri 1 CONC ed 1 CONT PATRICK ENGELBERT BYRNE March 06, 1868 in Altoona, Blair County, 1 CONT Pennsylvania, son of MICHAEL BYRNE and SUSAN WALTERS. He was born April 02 1 CONC , 1 CONT 1844 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, and died April 21, 1894 in Warren, 1 CONT Warren County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT Notes for PATRICK ENGELBERT BYRNE: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. II, p. 32, #779 Byrne, Patrick Engelbert (Michael/Susan 1 CONT Walters) b. 04-02-1844 TBO 1 CONT From the Kittell Index. 1 CONT Died in the state hospital, Warren, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck, March 12, 1999. 1 CONT More About PATRICK ENGELBERT BYRNE: 1 CONT Baptism: Not listed 1 CONT Census: August 1850, Allegheny Twp, Cambria Co, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Death Age: 50 years, 0 months, 19 days 1 CONT Marriage Notes for CARRIE NAGLE and PATRICK BYRNE: 1 CONT Married by Justice of the Peace John Griffin. Information from Father Ledo 1 CONC ux 1 CONT 1 CONT More About PATRICK BYRNE and CARRIE NAGLE: 1 CONT Marriage: March 06, 1868, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Officiating: JP John Griffin 0 @I0441@ INDI 1 NAME /Elizabeth/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1821 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1855 1 FAMS @F0387@ 0 @I0442@ INDI 1 NAME Alice L. /Trexler/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1904 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 JUL 1961 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery Spangler 1 FAMS @F0163@ 0 @I0443@ INDI 1 NAME Gertrude C. /Nagle/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 AUG 1886 2 PLAC Spangler, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 MAR 1949 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Benedict's Cemetery 1 FAMS @F0060@ 1 FAMC @F0066@ 1 NOTE @NI0443@ 0 @NI0443@ NOTE 1 CONC Byrne, Mrs. Gertrude (Nagle), 60, Spangler, suddenly at 8 pm Mar 3, 194 1 CONC 9. Born Aug 3, 1886 i n Nicktown, daughter of Henry and Matilda (Stoltz) N 1 CONC agle. Survived by husband, Michael, and t hese children; Rev. Father Walt 1 CONC er Byrne, Cresson; Rev. Father Robert Byrne, Marshall, MO; Sis ter Monic 1 CONC a, St. Cecila's Convent, Pittston; Michael Jr., Swissvale; Paul, Hasting 1 CONC s; and Louis , Spangler. Sister of Mary Wemm, Braddock. Member of Third Or 1 CONC der Secular of St. Francis and A ltar and Rosary Societies of St. Patrick 1 CONC 's Catholic Church, Spangler, where services will b e held at 10 am Monda 1 CONC y. Solemn high mass by Rev. Fathers Walter Byrne, celebrant; Robert By 1 CONC rn e, deacon, and John R. Reichet, subdeacon. Burial St. Benedict's Cemete 1 CONC ry, Carrolltown. Frien ds will be received at late home. Funeral Home, Spa 1 CONC nger.Johnstown Tribune 1 CONT 1 CONT 1930 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Gertrude Byrne 1 CONT Name: Gertrude Byrne 1 CONT Home in 1930: Spangler, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 41 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1889 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Wife 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Michael J 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Occupation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Education: 1 CONT 1 CONT Military service: 1 CONT 1 CONT Rent/home value: 1 CONT 1 CONT Age at first marriage: 1 CONT 1 CONT Parents' birthplace: View Image 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Michael J Byrne 42 1 CONT Gertrude Byrne 41 1 CONT Walter Byrne 21 1 CONT Michael D Byrne 19 1 CONT Lewis Byrne 14 1 CONT Robert Byrne 11 1 CONT Paul Byrne 8 1 CONT Rita M Byrne 3 10/12 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT View 1 CONT Original 1 CONT Record 1 CONT 1 CONT View original image 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0444@ INDI 1 NAME Debra /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1955 1 BIRT 2 PLAC lived 6 days 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1955 2 PLAC St Bernard Cemetery 1 FAMC @F0006@ 0 @I0445@ INDI 1 NAME Carolyn H. /Coons/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 SEP 1893 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1894 2 PLAC Loretto, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 JAN 1967 1 FAMS @F0153@ 1 FAMC @F0164@ 0 @I0446@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas J. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 SEP 1815 2 PLAC Loretto Church Rec. Cambria Co. PA 2 SOUR @S01768@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 2 SOUR @S01802@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 NOV 1886 2 PLAC St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hart's Sleeping Place 1 BURI 2 DATE 13 NOV 1886 2 PLAC St. Joesph's Ch. Hart's Sleeping Place, Carrolltown, PA 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 PLAC Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 2 SOUR @S01768@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 3 DATA 4 TEXT Extract: 1880 United States Census 5 CONT Census Place: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 5 CONT Source: FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 5 CONT Household: 5 CONT Rel Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace 5 CONT Thomas J. BYRNE 5 CONT Self Male M W 65 PA 5 CONT Occ: Farmer Fa: IRE Mo: GER 5 CONT Sarah A. BYRNE 5 CONT Wife Female M W 60 PA 5 CONT Occ: Keeping House Fa: MD Mo: PA 5 CONT Robert BYRNE 5 CONT Son Male S W 18 PA 5 CONT Occ: Laborer On Farm Fa: PA Mo: PA 2 SOUR @S01802@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 3 DATA 4 TEXT Extract: 1880 United States Census 5 CONT Census Place: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 5 CONT Source: FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 5 CONT Household: 5 CONT Rel Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace 5 CONT Thomas J. BYRNE 5 CONT Self Male M W 65 PA 5 CONT Occ: Farmer Fa: IRE Mo: GER 5 CONT Sarah A. BYRNE 5 CONT Wife Female M W 60 PA 5 CONT Occ: Keeping House Fa: MD Mo: PA 5 CONT Robert BYRNE 5 CONT Son Male S W 18 PA 5 CONT Occ: Laborer On Farm Fa: PA Mo: PA 1 REFN 1115 1 FAMS @F0200@ 1 FAMC @F0001@ 1 NOTE @NI0446@ 0 @NI0446@ NOTE 1 CONC DEATH CERTIFICATE FROM THE WILL FILE PACKET #3428 THOMAS J. BYRNE 1 CONT CAMBRIA COUNTY COURT HOUSE, EBENSBURG, PA 1 CONT STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA 1 CONT Cambria Countyss. 1 CONT Before me: John H. Brown, Register of the 1 CONT Probate of Wills and granting letters of Administration in and for said Co 1 CONC unty, personally came 1 CONT According to law, doth depose and say that Thomas J. Byrne late of Susqueh 1 CONC anna Twp. 1 CONT In said County, died on or about the 12 of November 1886, at about 5 o’clo 1 CONC ck, P.M. 1 CONT Sworn and subscribed this 1 CONT 6th day of Dec 1886 1 CONT John H. Brown(signed here Joseph Robert Byrne 1 CONT Register 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ****************************************************** 1 CONT Will of Thomas J. Byrne b. 1815 1 CONT Typed from a copy of the Cambria County Document Will Packet #168 by Edwa 1 CONC rd A. Byrnes 1 CONT 1 CONT Page One: 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria County, ss: 1 CONT Before me John H. Brown Register of Probate of Wills and granting Lette 1 CONC rs of Administration in and for said County, personally came John M. Weakl 1 CONC and and Valentine Weakland the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing Wi 1 CONC ll who being duly sworn according to law do depose and say, that they we 1 CONC re present and saw and heard Thomas J. Byrne the within-named testator, si 1 CONC gn, seal, publish, pronounce and declare the foregoing instrument of writi 1 CONC ng as and for his last Will and Testament, wand at the time of so doi 1 CONC ng he was of sound mind, memory and understanding, to the bets of their k 1 CONC nowledge, observation and belief. 1 CONT Sworn and subscribed this 6 day of Dec. A. D. 1886 (Hand written signatur 1 CONC es for John M Weakland and Tine Weakland) 1 CONT John H. Brown 1 CONT Resister 1 CONT 1 CONT Next Page: 1 CONT 1 CONT Will made this 10th Day of Nov 1886 In the name of God. Amen. Thomas J. By 1 CONC rne of Susquehanna Township Cambria County Pa. Being sick and weak in bo 1 CONC dy but of sound Mind, Memory And understanding (Praise be God For it) Cons 1 CONC idering the Certainty of Death And The uncertainty of the Future Thereof A 1 CONC nd to the End I may be The better prepared to leave this world whenever sh 1 CONC all please God to Call Me hence do Therefore ?????? And declare ??? Th 1 CONC is My last will and testament in Manner Following (That is to Say) First A 1 CONC nd principally I Commend My Soul in to The hands of Almighty God My Creat 1 CONC or And as to Sarah Ann Byrne My wife Leave every thing All my real Esta 1 CONC te until her Death And at The Time of her death The same will fall to ( 1 CONC My Son Roberts’ oldest son Elmer Byrne who is to leave Robert Byrne his fa 1 CONC ther have The use of The place without rent or interest Provid 1 CONC ed The Coal or Mineral Should be sold. I want all my Childr 1 CONC en to have equel Shares Except Thomas Byrne my sone is to have One hundr 1 CONC ed Dollars More Than Than his his Share The same to be Equelly deducted o 1 CONC ff of Each one’s Share to Make his hundred Dollars 1 CONT 1 CONT ?allso want My Daughters Catharine Heffley Jane Driscal Susan Miller A 1 CONC nd Isabella Daily to have one Dollar Each The Money to be Taking out of t 1 CONC he proceeds of My personal-property. And Also My Son Thomas Byrne to ha 1 CONC ve one Dol” of which is to come out of The personal property. 1 CONT And Also My Son Robert Byrne is to have one Dollar The same to come o 1 CONC ut of My personal property. 1 CONT 1 CONT In witness Thereof I The said Exter? Thomas J Byrne have to This my la 1 CONC st will And testament In Witness Whereof Set my hand And Seal The 10th D 1 CONC ay of November A.D. 1886 1 CONT {Seal} Thomas J Byrnehis X mark 1 CONT 1 CONT Signed Sealed published and declared by The said Thos J Byrne as And For h 1 CONC is last will And testament in presence of us who in his presence And at h 1 CONC is request have subscribed our names as witnesses Thereto 1 CONT Charles Miller 1 CONT Witness { John M Weakland 1 CONT Tine Weakland 1 CONT Cambria County, ss: 1 CONT Before me John H Brown 1 CONT Register of the Probate of Will and granting Letters of Administrati 1 CONC on in and for said County 1 CONT 1 CONT Page Three 1 CONT 1 CONT From the will of Thomas J. Byrne b. 1815 1 CONT Inventory of all the goods, chattels, and credits which were of the said T 1 CONC homas J. Byrne, dec eased, at the time of his death. 1 CONT one Cooking Stove $21.00 1 CONT one Heathing Stove 3.00 1 CONT one Cupboard 2.50 1 CONT one Bedsted .50 1 CONT one Clock 1.00 1 CONT one Cow 25.00 1 CONT one sled 1.00 1 CONT one harrow 2.50 1 CONT one hand side plow 1.00 1 CONT one set light harness .50 1 CONT two forfies (illegible) .25 1 CONT 1 CONT Taken and appraised by s this 23rd day of September, A.D. 1887 signed Ch 1 CONC as Miller and F.A. Fox 1 CONT 1 CONT Copy of this will in collection of Edward A.. Byrnes 1 CONT ****************************************************** 1 CONT From William R. "Dick" Byrnes 1 CONT "Thomas & Mary Jane Byrne" lived near the Allport mines buried in St. Jose 1 CONC ph's Cemetery - 1886" 1 CONT 1 CONT From 1850 census Susquehanna Twp: 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas Byrne 35 Farmer, Real Estate Value $100 1 CONT Sarah A. 1 CONT Catherine 11, Mary J. 9, Augustine 7, John 5, Helen 2 1 CONT 1 CONT 19. THOMAS J.3 BYRNE (JOHN2, JOHN1) was born September 5, 1815 in Lorett 1 CONC o, Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania289, and died 188 1 CONC 6. He married SARA ANN WEAKLAND April 24, 1838 in Hart's Sleeping Plac 1 CONC e, Cambria County, Pennsylvania290, daughter of MICHAEL WEAKLAND and MA 1 CONC RY GARDNER. She was born February 28, 1819 in Loretto, Allegheny Townshi 1 CONC p, Cambria County, Pennsylvania291, and died 1886. 1 CONT Name of Church: St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for THOMAS J. BYRNE: 1 CONT 1840 Census, Susquehanna Twp., Cambria Co., Pa: 1 CONT Burns, Thomas, 1 male, age 20-30; 1 female, age under 5; 1 female, age 20- 1 CONC 30. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Susquehanna Twp., Cambria Co., Pa: 1 CONT Byrne, Thomas, 35, farmer, RE $100, Pa; Sarah A., 30, Pa; Catherine, 11, P 1 CONC a; Mary J., 9, Pa; Augustine, 7, Pa; John, 5, Pa; Helen, 2, Pa. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Thomas Byrne 1 CONT Name: Thomas Byrne 1 CONT Age: 35 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1815 1 CONT Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Gender: Male 1 CONT Home in 1850(City,County,State): Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Augustine Byrne 7 1 CONT Catherine Byrne 11 1 CONT Helen Byrne 2 1 CONT John Byrne 5 1 CONT Mary J Byrne 9 1 CONT Sarah A Byrne 30 1 CONT Thomas Byrne 35 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT More About THOMAS J. BYRNE: 1 CONT Baptism: October 2, 1815, St. Michael's Church, Loretto, Cambria County, P 1 CONC ennsylvania292 1 CONT Census 1: 1840, Susquehanna Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census 2: 1850, Susquehanna Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Death Age: 71 years 1 CONT Godparents: Emericus Bender/ Martha Bender 1 CONT Name Variance: 1840, Burns 1 CONT Occupation: 1850, Farmer 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Thomas J. Byrne 1 CONT Name: Thomas J. Byrne 1 CONT Home in 1880: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 65 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1815 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of Household: Self (Head) 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Sarah A. (Keeping House) 1 CONT Father's birthplace: Ireland 1 CONT Mother's birthplace: Ger 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Occupation: Farmer 1 CONT Marital Status: Married 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Gender: Male 1 CONT Cannot read/write: 1 CONT 1 CONT Blind: 1 CONT 1 CONT Deaf and dumb: 1 CONT 1 CONT Otherwise disabled: 1 CONT 1 CONT Idiotic or insane: View Image 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas J. Byrne 65 1 CONT Sarah A. Byrne 60 1 CONT Robert Byrne 18 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0447@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Deloras /Martucci/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 AUG 1920 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 APR 1994 1 FAMS @F0006@ 1 FAMC @F0203@ 0 @I0448@ INDI 1 NAME Bridgitte Rachel /McGuire/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE SEP 1803 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 OCT 1885 1 FAMS @F0657@ 1 FAMC @F0026@ 0 @I0449@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 PLAC died at birth 1 NOTE @NI0449@ 0 @NI0449@ NOTE 1 CONC Died at birth 0 @I0450@ INDI 1 NAME William /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1954 1 FAMC @F0113@ 0 @I0451@ INDI 1 NAME Gilda D. /Martucci/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 OCT 1 FAMS @F0188@ 1 FAMC @F0203@ 0 @I0452@ INDI 1 NAME Pamella /Johns/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0118@ 1 FAMC @F0204@ 0 @I0453@ INDI 1 NAME Charles /Driskel/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0663@ 0 @I0454@ INDI 1 NAME Arthur /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1919 1 FAMC @F0153@ 0 @I0455@ INDI 1 NAME Jason Robert /Mailloux/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 JUN 1971 2 PLAC Lafayette IN 1 FAMS @F0031@ 1 FAMS @F0071@ 1 FAMC @F0122@ 1 NOTE @NI0455@ 0 @NI0455@ NOTE 1 CONC Information from 1 CONT Jeanette Byrnes Mailloux 1 CONT 165 Westmeath Drive 1 CONT Moore, SC 29369 1 CONT Recieved by Ed Byrnes 26 March 2005 0 @I0456@ INDI 1 NAME Florence L. /Kelly/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 APR 1918 2 PLAC St. Boniface 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 NOV 2003 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery Spangler 1 FAMS @F0087@ 1 FAMC @F0288@ 1 NOTE @NI0456@ 0 @NI0456@ NOTE 1 CONC Obituaries 1 CONT 1 CONT 11/19/03 1 CONT 1 CONT Florence L. Byrne, 85 Florence L. Byrne, 85, New Port Richey, FL, died Nov 1 CONC ember 11, 2003, in Bayonet Point, FL. She was the daughter of Patrick a 1 CONC nd Elizabeth (Hartman) Kelly. She was preceded in death by her parents; hu 1 CONC sband, Louis E. Byrne; sisters, Mary Selfridge and Margaret Mancuso; broth 1 CONC ers, Edmund, Charles, Bernard, Todd, Frank, Raymond, Alfonse and Robert Ke 1 CONC lly. Surviving are children, Donna, wife of William Frank, Ebensburg; Euge 1 CONC ne Byrne, married to the former Joyce Grybosky, Northern Cambria; Kenne 1 CONC th Byrne, married to the former Jean Marie Reiger, St. Boniface; Paul Byrn 1 CONC e, Northern Cambria; Mary Lou, wife of Stephen Knapik, Ephrata; Raymond By 1 CONC rne, married to the former Cheryl Boncha, Coraopolis; Gloria, wife of Jam 1 CONC es Hanlon, Port Richey, Fl.; and Walter Byrne, Hastings; 17 grandchildr 1 CONC en and 12 great-grandchildren. She was the sister of Bertha Miller, Ebensb 1 CONC urg and Barbara Angert, North Carolina. Mrs. Byrne took great pride in wor 1 CONC king as a nurse’s aide. Friends were received from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Thursd 1 CONC ay at Moriconi Funeral Home, Inc., Northern Cambria. Funeral Mass was cele 1 CONC brated at 11 a.m. Friday at Prince of Peace Chapel. Interment was at Ho 1 CONC ly Cross Cemetery. 1 CONT Star-Courier 0 @I0457@ INDI 1 NAME John /Huber/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1820 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1906 1 FAMS @F0217@ 1 FAMC @F0813@ 0 @I0458@ INDI 1 NAME Jennifer Marie /Smith/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 DEC 1980 1 FAMC @F0056@ 0 @I0459@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Evelyn /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 OCT 1915 2 PLAC Clearfield Twp PA 1 FAMS @F0912@ 1 FAMC @F0110@ 0 @I0460@ INDI 1 NAME John Joseph /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 DEC 1924 2 PLAC Altoona PA 1 FAMS @F0918@ 1 FAMC @F0096@ 0 @I0461@ INDI 1 NAME Nancy /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1957 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1976 1 FAMC @F0113@ 0 @I0462@ INDI 1 NAME /Wilshire/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F1135@ 0 @I0464@ INDI 1 NAME Demetrius Augustine /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 JUN 1807 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 MAY 1867 2 PLAC St. Michael Cemetery Loretto, Allegheny Twp., Cambria, Pa 1 FAMS @F0106@ 1 FAMC @F0192@ 1 NOTE @NI0464@ 0 @NI0464@ NOTE 1 CONC From Beth Rykhus 8 Feb 2009 1 CONT Demetrius 'Augustine' Byrne, b. April 18, 1807 in Carroll Township, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania, d. May 18, 1867 in Chest Springs, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania. Augustine married Mary Ann Driskel, b. November 02, 18 1 CONC 05 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, d. January 17, 1890 in Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania. They were married May 06, 1828 in Loretto, Cambria Count 1 CONC y, Pennsylvania. Mary Ann was the daughter of Charles Driskle and Nancy A 1 CONC nn (Driskle). Mary Ann was also the sister of Mary Pauline Driskel who ma 1 CONC rried Barnabas Byrne, the brother of Augustine. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 155, #03240 Byrne, Augustinus (Thomae/Sarae) m. 05 1 CONC -06-1828 Maria Anna Driscol (Caroli/omitted-deceased) wi: omitted DA 1 CONC G. [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Demetrius 'Augustine' Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 8, #00179 Byrne, Demetrius Augustine (Thomae/Sara 1 CONC e) b. omitted bp. 06-07-1807 gp: Petrus Rossiter/Sara Byrne, sist 1 CONC er of Thos. DAG. [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents Thomas and Sarah (unknown) Byrne. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary (October 10, 1899): 1 CONT p. 102, BYRNE Augustine and Mary Ann Driskel. Married May 6, 1828. Micha 1 CONC el, Alice, Thomas, Mary, Margaret, Sarah Ann, Jane Matilda. (1829-39 1 CONT 1 CONT Biographical and Portrait Cyclopedia of Cambria County by Samuel Wiley 189 1 CONC 6 1 CONT 1 CONT Augustine Byrne (father) was born in Carroll Township, April 18, 1807, a 1 CONC nd died near Chest Springs, Allegheny Township, May 8, 1864. He lived in A 1 CONC llegheny Township all his life except during a short period spent in Washi 1 CONC ngton Township. He was a farmer and a member of the Roman Catholic Churc 1 CONC h. He married Miss Ann, a daughter of Charles DRISKLE, of Allegheny Townsh 1 CONC ip, and to them were born eight children: Michael, of Allegheny Townshi 1 CONC p; Alice, deceased, who was the wife of James Adams, now deceased; Thom 1 CONC as J.; Mary, deceased, was the wife of L. Leonard Litzinger; Margaretta, d 1 CONC eceased; Sarah, the wife of Benjamin Grove, of Chest Springs; Matilda, t 1 CONC he wife of John McKensie, of Chest Springs; Cecelia, deceased, who was t 1 CONC he wife of Andrew Noel; and George, of Johnstown. 1 CONT (There are nine children listed) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Sept) 1 CONT p. 52a, Line 5 1 CONT Augustine Byrne, age 48, farmer, assets $1000, b. Penn 1 CONT Ann Byrne, age 47, b. Penn 1 CONT Michael Byrne, age 21, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Thomas Byrne, age 18, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Mary Byrne, age 16, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah Byrne, age 13, b. Penn 1 CONT Jane M. Byrne, age 11, b. Penn 1 CONT Cecilia Byrne, age 8, b. Penn 1 CONT Hiram Byrne, age 5, b. Penn 1 CONT Alice Byrne, age 20, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Chest Springs, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 165, line 15 1 CONT Augustin Byrne, age 53, farm laborer, assets $2,000, b. Penn 1 CONT Ann Byrne, age 56, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah A. Byrne, age 21, b. Penn 1 CONT Jane M. Byrne, age 19, b. Penn 1 CONT Cecilia Byrne, age 17, b. Penn 1 CONT George H. Byrne, age 15, laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT Gregory Ryan has Demetrius born and died in Loretto, Cambria County, Penns 1 CONC ylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. V, p. 16, #0443 Byrne, Augustine (m. Mary Ann Driske 1 CONC l) d. 05-18-1867 (b. 1807) (Deaths of St. Michael, Loretto, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a.). 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. V, p. 22, #0621 Byrne, Demetrius Augustine (m. Mary A 1 CONC nn Driskel) (s/o Thomas/Sarah omitted) d. 05-18-1867 (b. omitted 1807) 1 CONT From the Kittell Index. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 169. 1 CONT Byrne, Augustine 1807 May 18, 1867 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Michael's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT BYRNE, Augustine 1807 18 May 1867 h/o Mary Ann (Driskel) (K) 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Mary Ann Driskel 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 6, #00124 Driscol, Maria (Caroli/Annae) b. 11- 1 CONC 02 bp. 12-01-1805 gp: Henricus Loshett/Anna Clara Loshett DAG. [S 1 CONC t. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Confirmed in the old log church, Loretto, by R. Rev. Michael Egan, first B 1 CONC ishop of Philadelphia, in September or October, 1811. 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, Confirmation, p. 217. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT p. 13, Line 14, Munster P.O. 1 CONT Burns, Ann, age 66, farmer, assets $700/100, b. Penn 1 CONT Sarah, age 29, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT George, age 25, farm laborer, b. Penn 1 CONT Alice, age 14, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT George, age 4, b. Penn [who's child is this?] 1 CONT 1 CONT Cannot find Mary Ann in 1880 census. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary - 1799 to 1899, Register of Deaths, St. Mich 1 CONC ael's Parish, Loretto, Pennsylvania, (Taken from the headstones in St. Mi 1 CONC chael's Cemetery.), p. 169. 1 CONT Byrne, Mrs. Aug. (Mary Ann Driskel) b. 1805 d. Jan. 17, 1890 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Michael's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT BYRNE, Mary Ann (Driskell) 1805 17 Jan 1890 w/o Augustine (K) 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Demetrius 'Augustine' Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Demetrius 'Augustine' Byrne b: April 1 1 CONC 8, 1807 d: May 18, 1867 1 CONT 1 CONT . +Mary Ann Driskel b: November 02, 18 1 CONC 05 d: January 17, 1890 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Michael A. Byrne b: April 17, 1829 d: S 1 CONC eptember 06, 1910 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Elizabeth Yeatley b: 1836 d: 1898 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Alice Byrne b: July 16, 1830 d: May 0 1 CONC 4, 1853 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +James (Jacob) Adams b: December 13, 18 1 CONC 26 d: May 10, 1890 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Thomas T. Byrne b: March 15, 1832 d: Af 1 CONC t. 1900 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Mary Ann Gertrude Yeatly b: August 18 1 CONC 30 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Mary Byrne b: October 20, 1833 d: Abt. 1870 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Leonard Leas Litzinger b: 18 1 CONC 32 d: Abt. 1900 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Margaret Byrne b: Abt. 1836 d: Bef. 1850 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Sarah Ann Byrne b: May 15, 1837 d: Af 1 CONC t. 1887 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Benjamin Grove b: Abt. 1837 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Jane Matilda Byrne b: September 11, 18 1 CONC 39 d: Aft. 1887 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +John E. McKenzie b: Abt. 1839 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 Cecelia Byrne b: Abt. 1843 d: Bet. 18 1 CONC 80 - 1910 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Andrew William Noel b: 18 1 CONC 36 d: Aft. 1910 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 2 George Hiram Byrne b: December 25, 18 1 CONC 44 d: December 21, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT ....... +Agnes Storm b: January 21, 1848 d: 192 1 CONC 6 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR 1 CONT U.S. Census Records 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary 1 CONT Wiley's Cyclopedia of Cambria County 1 CONT Correspondence - Lois Stafford 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT World Connect - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT FTM Home Page - Gregory Ryan 1 CONT St. Michael's Cemetery Listing 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE or TERRITORY: PA COUNTY: Cambria DIVISION: Alleghe 1 CONC ny Twp REEL NO: 761 P AGE NO: 52a REFERENCE: 6th day of September by Hen 1 CONC ry Cook LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AG E SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLA 1 CONC CE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB 1 CONT 5 151 155 BYRNE Augustine 48 M farmer 1,000 Pa X 1 CONT 6 151 155 BYRNE Ann 47 F Pa X 1 CONT 7 151 155 BYRNE Michael 21 M laborer Pa 1 CONT 8 151 155 BYRNE Thomas 18 M laborer Pa 1 CONT 9 151 155 BYRNE Mary 16 F Pa 1 CONT 10 151 155 BYRNE Sarah 13 F Pa X 1 CONT 11 151 155 BYRNE Jane M. 11 F Pa X 1 CONT 12 151 155 BYRNE Cecelia 8 F Pa X 1 CONT 13 151 155 BYRNE Hiram 5 M Pa X 1 CONT 14 151 155 BYRNE Alice 20 F Pa 1 CONT 1 CONT CENSUS YR: 1860 STATE or TERRITORY: PA COUNTY: Cambria DIVISION: Chest Spr 1 CONC ings Borough REEL N O: 653-1088 PAGE NO: 165 REFERENCE: Enumerated 23 Augu 1 CONC st 1860 by James Munas. Written page 25 1 LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME A 1 CONC GE SEX RACE OCCUP. REAL VAL. PERS VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH . R/W DDB REMAR 1 CONC KS 1 CONT 15 1764 1766 Byrne Augustin 53 M . Farm Labourer 1,500 500 Pa . . X . . 1 CONT 16 1764 1766 Byrne Ann 56 F . . . . Pa . . . . . 1 CONT 17 1764 1766 Byrne Sarah A. 21 F . . . . Pa . . . . . 1 CONT 18 1764 1766 Byrne Jane M. 19 F . . . . Pa . . . . . 1 CONT 19 1764 1766 Byrne Cecelia 17 F . . . . Pa . . . . . 1 CONT 20 1764 1766 Byrne George H. 15 M . Labourer . . Pa . X . . . 1 CONT 21 1765 1767 Byrne Michael 30 M . Cooper . 150 Pa . . . . . 1 CONT 22 1765 1767 Byrne Elizabeth 24 F . . . . Pa . . . . . 1 CONT 23 1765 1767 Byrne Josephine 4 F . . . . Pa . . . . . 1 CONT 24 1765 1767 Byrne Alice 2 F . . . . Pa . . . . 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux Vol.5 0443 0 @I0465@ INDI 1 NAME Carl George /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 DEC 1901 2 PLAC Curwensville PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 JUL 1952 2 PLAC Clearfield Twp PA 1 FAMS @F0095@ 1 FAMC @F0015@ 1 NOTE @NI0465@ 0 @NI0465@ NOTE 1 CONC Not sure if this if for Karl: 1 CONT Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 1 CONT about Carl F Schrot 1 CONT Name: Carl F Schrot 1 CONT Death Date: 3 Jan 1995 1 CONT County of Death: Volusia 1 CONT State of Death: Florida 1 CONT Age at Death: 94 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Birth Date: 11 Jan 1900 1 CONT 0 @I0466@ INDI 1 NAME Donald Edward /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 JAN 1960 1 FAMS @F0048@ 1 FAMC @F0120@ 0 @I0467@ INDI 1 NAME M. Augustine /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1843 1 FAMC @F0111@ 0 @I0468@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1839 1 FAMS @F0003@ 1 FAMC @F0200@ 0 @I0469@ INDI 1 NAME Susan /Walters/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 MAR 1808 2 PLAC Loretto, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 DEC 1877 1 FAMS @F0111@ 1 FAMC @F0708@ 0 @I0470@ INDI 1 NAME Cordelia Clotilda /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 APR 1849 2 PLAC Carolltown Boro, Cambria Co., PA 1 FAMS @F0508@ 1 FAMC @F0076@ 0 @I0471@ INDI 1 NAME Ernest Ignatius /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 MAR 1904 2 PLAC Clearfield Twp PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 JUN 1990 1 FAMS @F0042@ 1 FAMC @F0015@ 0 @I0472@ INDI 1 NAME William Scott /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 SEP 1850 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp, Cambria Co., PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 1928 1 FAMS @F0041@ 1 FAMC @F0366@ 1 NOTE @NI0472@ 0 @NI0472@ NOTE 1 CONC Barnesboro Star, May 23, 1929 1 CONT Scott Byrne [bap William], age 70, died in Carrolltown on May 23, 182 1 CONC 9. He had been ill two years. [Deceased wife is Emma Litzinger] 1 CONT He is survived by a daughter and son: 1 CONT Mrs. Mallie Steich; and 1 CONT Michael, Spangler. 1 CONT He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT John, Altoona; 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg; 1 CONT Mrs. Jennie Fitzgerald, Ebensburg; and 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Steich, Altoona. 1 CONT The funeral and burial were at St. Benedict. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, Thursday, May 23, 1929 1 CONT Scott Byrne, age 70, of Carrolltown died May 23, [1929]. He had been 1 CONT ill for two years. He is survived by two children: Mallie Steich, and 1 CONT Michael, of Spangler; And the following brothers and sisters: John, 1 CONT Altoona; Theodore, Ebensburg; Mrs. Jennie Fitzgerald, Ebensburg; and 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Steich, Altoona. The funeral was held at St. Benedict's 1 CONT Church in Carrolltown and interment was in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 461) 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 22:20:03 -0500 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-Id: <8C7B873C4CF8ADC-CBC-1137D@@MBLK-M12.sysops.aol.com> 1 CONT Subject: Some Byrnes 1 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Friday, May 14, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT RAPHAEL BURNS 1 CONT Raphael [Francis] Burns, a former well known resident of this vicin 1 CONC ity died at the State Hospital at Dixmont [Dixmont Insane Asylum] at no 1 CONC on on Saturday [May 8, 1909], aged 53 years, 7 months, and 1 day. He h 1 CONC ad been a patient at the above institution for the past two years. [b 2 N 1 CONC ov 1855] 1 CONT He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT Cosmos, of this place, [Hastings]; [m Elizabeth Yeager, d 18 Oct 188 1 CONC 9] b 27 Feb 1852 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Stich, Carrolltown; [Sara Catherine] b 21 July 1861 1 CONT Mrs. Sylvester Buck, Elyria, Ohio; [Maria Amanda, m May 2, 1879]b 18 Se 1 CONC pt 1857 1 CONT Mrs. Morris Fitzgerald, of this place; [Jennie or Harriet Dora or Harri 1 CONC et Johanna]b 20 Aug 1864, m 2 May, 1879 1 CONT Scott, Carrolltown; [m Emma Litzinger]b 27 Sept 1850, d 23 May 1929 1 CONT Isidore [or Theodore Francis], Carrolltown. [Helena James, non-Catholic, B 1 CONC ellwood] b 28 Oct 1853 1 CONT [Not listed] John Francis, m Matilda Stich [can't find birth] 1 CONT The Remains were brought to the home of his sister, Mrs. Stich, at Ca 1 CONC rrolltown on Monday evening. The funeral services were conducted in St. B 1 CONC enedict's Catholic Church, at that place at 9:00 on Tuesday morning. Aft 1 CONC er the services, the remains were laid to rest in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, May 23, 1929 1 CONT Scott Byrne [bap William], age 70, died in Carrolltown on May 23, 182 1 CONC 9. He had been ill two years. [Deceased wife is Emma Litzinger] 1 CONT He is survived by a daughter and son: 1 CONT Mrs. Mallie Steich; and 1 CONT Michael, Spangler. 1 CONT He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT John, Altoona; 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg; 1 CONT Mrs. Jennie Fitzgerald, Ebensburg; and 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Steich, Altoona. 1 CONT The funeral and burial were at St. Benedict. 0 @I0473@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1836 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1850 1 FAMC @F0106@ 0 @I0474@ INDI 1 NAME Timothy /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1820 1 FAMC @F0088@ 0 @I0475@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /McGuire/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 MAY 1819 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 JUN 1853 1 FAMS @F0660@ 1 FAMC @F0026@ 0 @I0476@ INDI 1 NAME Marion E. /McClure/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1866 1 FAMS @F0177@ 0 @I0477@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth Anna /Hugney/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 JUL 1914 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 SEP 2001 2 PLAC St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Frenchville, Clearfield, PA 1 FAMS @F1075@ 1 FAMC @F0094@ 0 @I0478@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /McGuire/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 JAN 1822 1 FAMC @F0026@ 0 @I0479@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Jane /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 DEC 1840 2 PLAC Loretto Church Rec. Cambria Co. PA. 1 FAMS @F0141@ 1 FAMC @F0200@ 1 NOTE @NI0479@ 0 @NI0479@ NOTE 1 CONC Baptisms of St. Michael, Loretto 1840-1849 1 CONT (Personal Notebooks of Fr. D. A. Gallitzin and Fr. Peter Lemke) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT BYRNE, Maria Johanna (Thomae/Sarae) b. 12-9; bp. 12-20-1840 1 CONT gp: Michael Weakland/Maria Weakland PHL 0 @I0480@ INDI 1 NAME Glatha /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1934 1 FAMS @F0494@ 1 FAMC @F0131@ 0 @I0481@ INDI 1 NAME Leora /Stich/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0257@ 1 FAMC @F0256@ 0 @I0482@ INDI 1 NAME Michael /McGuire/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 DEC 1812 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 1834 1 FAMC @F0026@ 0 @I0483@ INDI 1 NAME Jerome A. /Platt/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 NOV 1821 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 MAR 1901 2 PLAC New Market, Shenandoah County, VA 1 FAMS @F0099@ 1 FAMC @F0381@ 1 NOTE @NI0483@ 0 @NI0483@ NOTE 1 CONC PLATT, Jerome A. 1 CONT jctrippleo (View posts) Posted: 18 May 2005 12:50AM GMT 1 CONT 1 CONT Classification: Obituary 1 CONT Surnames: PLATT 1 CONT From the research of W. Joseph Platt, great-grandson of Jerome Platt. 1 CONT 1 CONT Obit of Jerome Platt 1 CONT source: The Shenandoah Valley Newspaper 1 CONT date of obit: 7 Mar 1901 1 CONT place: New Market, Shenandoah Co.(or Page Co.), VA 1 CONT 1 CONT Death of Mr. Jerome A Platt. 1 CONT Mr Jerome A. Platt, toll-gate keeper on top of the Massanutten mountain, f 1 CONC our miles east of New Market, Va., after an illness of several months, di 1 CONC ed this (Thursday) afternoon. He came to Page county from Pennsylvania a 1 CONC nd was 78 years old. He leaves a wife, but no relatives in this vicinity. 1 CONT A priest was summoned here from Winchester by telegram about eight days ag 1 CONC o, who ministered to Mr. P's spiritual wants. 1 CONT His remains will be buried Emmanual Evangelical Lutheran church graveyar 1 CONC d, in this place, on Saturday morning at ten o'clock. We understand a mess 1 CONC age will be sent this evening to a Catholic minister, in Wincheste 1 CONC r, to be present and cunduct the funeral services. 0 @I0484@ INDI 1 NAME Michael /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 MAR 1888 2 PLAC Ashville, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 NOV 1951 2 PLAC Spangler PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Bernard's cemetery, Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0060@ 1 FAMC @F0041@ 1 NOTE @NI0484@ 0 @NI0484@ NOTE 1 CONC Byrnes, Michael - 63, Spangler, died at 7:30 am Nov 30, 1951 at Miner's Ho 1 CONC spital, Spangler. B orn Mar 8, 1888 in Ashville, a son of William and Em 1 CONC ma (Litzinger) Byrnes. Wife, the former G ertrude Nagle, died Mar. 3, 194 1 CONC 9. Survived by these children; Rev. Walter Byrnes, chaplain a t Cresson Sa 1 CONC ntorium; Michael D., Swissvale; Louis E., Spangler; Rev. Robert Byrnes, Ka 1 CONC nsas Ci ty, MO; Paul, Spangler. Brother of Sister Mary Monica, Danville; M 1 CONC rs. Molly Thomas, Carrollto wn; Solemn high mass 10 am Monday, St. Patrick 1 CONC 's Catholic Church, Spangler. Interment St. Ben edict's Cemetery, Carrollt 1 CONC own. Friends received at Easly Funeral Home, Spangler.Johnstown Tr ibune-D 1 CONC emocrat 1 CONT 1 CONT From: marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Subject: Michael Byrnes, m Gertrude Nagle [s Scott Wm Byrnes and Emma Litz 1 CONC inger] 1 CONT Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2005 13:01:17 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, Thursday, December 6, 1951 1 CONT 1 CONT SPANGLER FATHER OF TWO PRIESTS DIES 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael Byrnes, age 63, a retired coal miner, died Friday [November 27, 19 1 CONC 51] in the Spangler Hospital. 1 CONT He was born in Ashville on March 8, 1888, the son of [Scott] William and E 1 CONC mma (Litzinger) Byrnes. He married Gertrude Nagle who died March 3, 194 1 CONC 9. He is survived by the following children: 1 CONT Rev. Fr. Robert, Kansas City; 1 CONT Rev. Fr. Walter Byrnes, Catholic Chaplin at the Cresson Sanitarium; 1 CONT Michael D., Swissvale [Pittsburgh]; 1 CONT Louis E., Spangler; 1 CONT Paul, Spangler. 1 CONT He was the brother of: 1 CONT Sr. Mary Monica, of Danville; and 1 CONT Mrs. Molly Thomas, Carrolltown. 1 CONT The funeral mass was held at St. Patrick's Church and burial was in the Ho 1 CONC ly Cross Cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: I typed this from notes. Notice the Burn-Burns-Byrne-Byrnes versio 1 CONC ns of the name. You should consider all spellings possible spellings for m 1 CONC embers of this family. 1 CONT Fr. Walter is the chaplain of the Cresson Sanitarium, which we were discus 1 CONC sing. 0 @I0485@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine Matilda /Weakland/ 2 SOUR Continuing with John Weakland & Catherine Jackson - 3 CONT Here are the records I found to 1830. 3 CONT Regards, Jane Tripp 3 CONT 3 CONT He appeared on the United States Federal Census census in 1820 in 3 CONT Allegheny Twp, Cambria Co., PA. alphabetic list: 3 CONT WICKLAND, John 3 CONT 1 male < 10 yrs [son Michael b. 1813; gp at Loretto baptism:Jacob 3 CONT McKeehan & Susan McCoy] 3 CONT 1 male 10-16 yrs [son Samuel, b 1805; gp at Loretto baptism: 3 CONT Samuel McMullen & Susannah McMullen] 3 CONT 2 males 16-26 yrs [son George, b 1800; gp at Loretto baptism: 3 CONT Christopher Glass & omitted Glass] [ and son John Jr, b 1798; no bapt 3 CONT gp found] 3 CONT 1 male > 45 yrs [John Weakland] 3 CONT 1 female 10-16 yrs [dau Milburg, b cir 1810] 3 CONT 1 female 26-45 yrs [Catherine Jackson] 3 CONT 3 CONT By this time, dau Mary is married to Samuel McDermott (no record) 3 CONT By this time, son James/Jacob is married to Ruth Farrell (1813) 3 CONT By this time, son William is married to Airy Burgoon (1816) 3 CONT By this time, son Peter is married to Theresa Adams (1819) 3 CONT 3 CONT He appeared on the United States Federal Census census in 1830 in 3 CONT Susquehanna Twp., Cambria Co. PA. alphabetic list: 3 CONT next 3 CONT John Weakland Sen 3 CONT 1 male 10-15 yrs [son Michael still at home, b 1813; not married 3 CONT to Eleanor Harrison until 1835] 3 CONT 1 male 60-70 yrs [John Weakland] 3 CONT 1 female 15-20 yrs [dau Milburg still at home, b cir 1810; no 3 CONT marriage record found, listed in the 1850 census as deaf & dumb] 3 CONT 1 female 60-70 yrs [Catherine Jackson] 3 CONT 3 CONT John & Catherine were baptismal sponsors at a few baptisms: 3 CONT 3 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: DIARMONT, Michael of Michaelis & Eleanorae, 3 CONT 25 March 1812, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 3 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland & Catharina Weakland 3 CONT 3 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: DEARMONT, Joannes of Samuelis & Mariae, 3 CONT 21 June 1812, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 3 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland & Catharina Weakland 3 CONT [This is their grandson of daughter Mary Weakland] 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: JACKSON, Anna of Jacobi & Mariae, 3 CONT 17 June 1813, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 3 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland & Catharina Weakland 3 CONT Note: Could Jacob Jackson be brother to Catherine? 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: DIARMONT, Joanna of Joannis & Mariae, 3 CONT 29 May 1814, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 3 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland & Catharina Weakland 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: SHIRLEY, Joannes Augustinus of Richardi & Sarae, 3 CONT 3 December 1815, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 3 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland & Catharina Weakland 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: MELOY, Guilhelmo of Joannis & Sarae, 3 CONT 5 March 1816, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 3 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland & Catharina Weakland 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: ADAMS, Winnifred of Ignatii & Honoriae [Burgoon], 3 CONT 20 May 1819, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 3 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland Sr & Catharina Weakland, his wife 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: LUTZINGER, Patrus of Barnabae & Barbarae Baum, 3 CONT 6 February 1825, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 3 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland Sr & Maria Anna Lutzinger, sister of Simon 3 CONT Note: Although John Weakland Jr., son of John Sr., married a gal 3 CONT named Mary Ann Litzinger, that marriage is recorded at Loretto in 3 CONT 1822. I don't know who this gal is. 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: LONG, Catharina of Andreae & Elizabeth, 3 CONT 15 May 1826, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 3 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland Sr & Maria Gallagher 3 CONT 3 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: WEAKLAND, Brigitta of Samuelis & dc'd Brigittae 3 CONT [Flanigan], b. 11-04-1828; 3 CONT Bapt. 1 February 1829, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 3 CONT bap gp: Rev DA Gallitzin & Catharina Weakland, w/o Joannes Sr. 3 CONT Note: ceremonies of baptism supplied 02-01-1829 3 CONT Note: This Samuel is the son of John & Catherine Jackson Weakland. 3 CONT Baby Brigit's mother, Brigit Flanigan, ?died in childbirth? as her 3 CONT date of death is the same date as Brigit's birth. 3 CONT 3 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: WEAKLAND, Sylvester of Jacobi & Ruth, 3 CONT 5 July 1829, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 3 CONT bap gp: Andreas Donough & Catharina Weakland 3 CONT [could be w/o John Jr. or d/o William - record added to both] 3 CONT 3 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: WEAKLAND, Catharina of Michaelis & Mariae 3 CONT [Gardner], 3 CONT 10 October 1830, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 3 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland Sr. & Catharina Weakland DAG 3 CONT Note: This Michael Weakland is son of Zephaniah, nephew to John 3 CONT Weakland Sr. & Catherine Jackson Weakland. Catherine was born 3 CONT 27 August 1827, but was baptized at Loretto in 1830. Zephaniah & his 3 CONT family (sons John & Michael are the only two I found) lived in 3 CONT Cambria Co (1808-1819), then moved to Mahoning Twp., Indiana Co Pa, 3 CONT then back to Cambria Co about 1832. This Catherine Weakland later 3 CONT married (Nov 22, 1847) John Christopher Platt, son of John Platt Jr. 3 CONT & Sarah Byrne. I have a question about the parents of this Michael 3 CONT Weakland - will post the puzzle. 3 CONT 3 CONT 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 DEC 1837 1 FAMS @F0107@ 1 FAMC @F0313@ 0 @I0486@ INDI 1 NAME Genevive /Kollar/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 JUN 1935 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 NOV 2005 1 FAMS @F0103@ 1 FAMC @F0270@ 1 NOTE @NI0486@ 0 @NI0486@ NOTE 1 CONC 15 November 2005 1 CONT 1 CONT Bud (Edward A. Byrnes) 1 CONT Bob Yingling lost his wife yesterday after 41 years of marriage. She h 1 CONC ad MS for 35 years and he kept her at home and nursed her all those year 1 CONC s! Talk about love and devotion! 1 CONT 1 CONT Winter is coming here too! Rainy and temps of a solid 55. Saw some of t 1 CONC he expected snow out west. Truly, looking forward to the first snow fal 1 CONC l. Love the stuff! (not driving) 1 CONT 1 CONT Cuzzie 1 CONT Karen (Karen Ann Byrnes Harmon) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT OBIT: 1 CONT 1 CONT YINGLING - Genevieve, 70, Northern Cambria, died Nov. 14, 2005, at Mine 1 CONC rs Medical Center, Hastings. Born June 28, 1935, in Spangler, the daught 1 CONC er of Joseph and Helen (Yesko) Kollar. Preceded in death by parents; so 1 CONC n, Kenneth Robert Yingling; and son-in-law, James Fox. Survived by husba 1 CONC nd of 41 years, Robert Yingling, Northern Cambria; and these children: Kel 1 CONC ly Renee Fox and Scott, married to the former Beth Pavelko, both of Northe 1 CONC rn Cambria; grandchildren, Bobby, Jordan, Jacob and Scotty. Sister of Jose 1 CONC ph Kollar, Northern Cambria; Barbara Dokar, Avon Lake, Ohio; and Marcel 1 CONC la Thurmond, San Francisco, Calif. Member of Prince of Peace Catholic Chur 1 CONC ch and Slovak Club. Before her illness, she was an avid bowler. Friends re 1 CONC ceived from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Moriconi Funeral Home Inc., Northern C 1 CONC ambria. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Friday at Prince of Pea 1 CONC ce Church. Interment, St. Johns Cemetery. Donations may be made to MS Soci 1 CONC ety, Keystone Chapter, 506 Third Ave., Duncansville, Pa. 16635. 0 @I0487@ INDI 1 NAME Nora Marie /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 MAY 1922 2 PLAC Altoona PA 1 FAMS @F0089@ 1 FAMC @F0096@ 0 @I0488@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Miller/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0167@ 0 @I0489@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 JUL 1942 1 FAMS @F1137@ 1 FAMC @F1134@ 0 @I0490@ INDI 1 NAME Elias /Driskel/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1833 1 FAMS @F0141@ 1 FAMC @F0143@ 0 @I0491@ INDI 1 NAME Cecelia /Fitzpatrick/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0073@ 1 FAMC @F0507@ 0 @I0492@ INDI 1 NAME James /Murtha/ 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1944 1 FAMS @F0030@ 0 @I0493@ INDI 1 NAME Marie /Muller/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1829 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1853 1 FAMS @F0116@ 0 @I0494@ INDI 1 NAME Michael /Leavy/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 MAR 1798 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 AUG 1868 1 FAMS @F0097@ 1 FAMC @F0014@ 1 NOTE @NI0494@ 0 @NI0494@ NOTE 1 CONC 12 children between 1821-1839 0 @I0495@ INDI 1 NAME Josef /Schrot/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0116@ 0 @I0496@ INDI 1 NAME Sylvester M. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 DEC 1840 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 FEB 1915 2 PLAC St. Benedict's East Carroll Twp 1 FAMS @F0039@ 1 FAMC @F0076@ 1 NOTE @NI0496@ 0 @NI0496@ NOTE 1 CONC In 1900 census for Barr Twp, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT From: marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Subject: Sylvester Byrne [1915] 1 CONT Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2005 18:55:36 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Hastings, Friday, March 5, 1915. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sylvester Byrne, age 73, an old farmer of Barr Township, died Sunday fr 1 CONC om complications of diseases. He is survived by his widow [not named], a 1 CONC nd the following children: 1 CONT Wilfred, Barr Township; 1 CONT Edward, Elder Township; 1 CONT Eugene, at home; 1 CONT Mrs. Frank Hopple; and 1 CONT Mrs. Edward Krug, both of Ebensburg; 1 CONT And two sister: 1 CONT Mary Weakland, of Hastings; [?? m Peter Weakland] and 1 CONT Mrs. Frederick Eger of Carrolltown. 1 CONT The funeral was held at St. Benedict's Church and interment was in the chu 1 CONC rch cemetery. 0 @I0497@ INDI 1 NAME Theresia /Schrot/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1860 1 FAMC @F0116@ 0 @I0498@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah Catherine /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 JUL 1861 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1936 1 FAMS @F0052@ 1 FAMC @F0366@ 0 @I0499@ INDI 1 NAME Brian Robert /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 DEC 1983 1 FAMC @F0079@ 0 @I0500@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph John /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 MAR 1890 2 PLAC Clearfield Twp PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 DEC 1974 2 PLAC Dubois Hospital Duboise PA 1 FAMS @F0110@ 1 FAMC @F0015@ 1 NOTE @NI0500@ 0 @NI0500@ NOTE 1 CONC From John J. Schrot obit: 1 CONT 1 CONT ...A life long resident of Hyde (PA), Mr. Schrot owned the Schrot groce 1 CONC ry store for 50 years... 0 @I0501@ INDI 1 NAME Augustine /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 JUL 1843 2 PLAC Loretto Church Record, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 MAY 1851 2 PLAC Carroll Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Joesph's Ch. Hart's Sleeping Place, Carrolltown, PA 1 FAMC @F0200@ 1 NOTE @NI0501@ 0 @NI0501@ NOTE 1 CONC BYRNE, Augustinus (Thomae/Sarae) b. 7-17; bp. 7-23-1843 1 CONT gp: Michael Weakland/Mar. A. Byrne PHL 0 @I0502@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 MAR 1945 2 PLAC Lock Haven PA 1 FAMC @F0042@ 1 NOTE @NI0502@ 0 @NI0502@ NOTE 1 CONC Richard J Schrot, MD 1 CONT Family Practioner 1 CONT Male - 34 years experience 1 CONT 1 CONT University of South Florida College of Medicine 1 CONT 12901 Bruce B Downs Blvd 1 CONT Tampa, FL 33612 1 CONT (813) 974-0706 1 CONT Map this Address 1 CONT 1 CONT University of South Florida College of Medicine 1 CONT 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Ste 11C 1 CONT Tampa, FL 33612 1 CONT (813) 972-2000 1 CONT Map this Address 0 @I0503@ INDI 1 NAME Aloysius Paul /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 APR 1896 2 PLAC Lawrence Twp, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 OCT 1953 2 PLAC Clearfield, PA 1 FAMC @F0015@ 1 NOTE @NI0503@ 0 @NI0503@ NOTE 1 CONC U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 1 CONT about Aloysious Paul Schrot 1 CONT Name: Aloysious Paul Schrot 1 CONT Birth Date: 22 Jan 1896 1 CONT RESIDENCE: Clearfield, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Birth: Clearfield, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Roll: WW2_2139788 1 CONT 0 @I0504@ INDI 1 NAME Ernest /Hugney/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0094@ 0 @I0505@ INDI 1 NAME Bonnie Marie /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 APR 1964 1 FAMS @F0047@ 1 FAMC @F0120@ 0 @I0506@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Margaret /Simon/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 AUG 1914 2 PLAC Johnstown PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 SEP 2008 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery, Spangler, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0165@ 1 NOTE @NI0506@ 0 @NI0506@ NOTE 1 CONC Published: September 15, 2008 01:48 pm 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary Margaret Byrnes 1 CONT 1 CONT The Tribune-Democrat 1 CONT 1 CONT BYRNES – Mary Margaret, 94, Northern Cambria, died Sept. 14, 2008, at Gold 1 CONC en Living Center, HAIDA. Born Aug. 2, 1914, in Johnstown, the daught 1 CONC er of Phillip and Margaret (Golob) Simon. Preceded in death by parents; hu 1 CONC sband, Lavanes Byrnes; son-in-law, Robert C. Bracken; brothers, Edward a 1 CONC nd Harry Simon. Survived by daughter, Donna Jean Bracken, Northern Cambri 1 CONC a; grandchildren, Robert Bracken, Pamela (Brian) Myers, David (Kelly) Brac 1 CONC ken and Patty (Bill) Novak; also great-grandchildren, Andrew and Sharon Br 1 CONC acken, Brayden Myers, Autumn and Hunter Bracken, and Billy and Michael Nov 1 CONC ak. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Former own 1 CONC er of Byrnes grocery store. Member of Prince of Peace Church. Friends rece 1 CONC ived from 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday at Moriconi Funeral Home Inc., Northern Ca 1 CONC mbria, where service will be held at 5 p.m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0507@ INDI 1 NAME Jacob James /Kenny/ 1 SEX M 0 @I0508@ INDI 1 NAME William /Morley/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1923 1 FAMC @F0162@ 0 @I0509@ INDI 1 NAME Eugene /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 FEB 1913 1 BIRT 2 PLAC died in infancy 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 JUN 1914 1 FAMC @F0060@ 1 NOTE @NI0509@ 0 @NI0509@ NOTE 1 CONC Died in Infancy 0 @I0510@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /McCormick/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 SEP 1923 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 JAN 1993 1 FAMS @F0033@ 1 FAMC @F0007@ 1 NOTE @NI0510@ 0 @NI0510@ NOTE 1 CONC In The Centennial History of Barnesboro Pennsylvania 1894-1994 it says: 1 CONT 1 CONT Robert J. McCormick, Jr. was born on September 7, 1923. He was the s 1 CONC on of Robert J. McCormmick, Sr. of Barnseboro and Mary Mildred Sharbau 1 CONC gh of Carrolltown. In 1956 he married the former Anna Marie Byrnes and rem 1 CONC ained in Barnesboro to raise their three children Michael, Marianne, and K 1 CONC aren. He was known to many as "Chesty".... 1 CONT 1 CONT ...Bob passed away on January 8, 1993. He had five grandchildren: John, Ro 1 CONC bert, and Sarah Rouse; and Nicole and David Fulton. 0 @I0511@ INDI 1 NAME Nancy /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 APR 1939 1 FAMS @F0455@ 1 FAMC @F0095@ 1 NOTE @NI0511@ 0 @NI0511@ NOTE 1 CONC Herman J Byrnes to me 1 CONT show details 12:50 PM (51 minutes ago) Reply 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Dear Ed, what a wonderful job you are doing for all the family. Here are 1 CONT some tidbits from me. First, we keep in touch with Nancy Schrot 1 CONT Ottenbrite daughter of Karl Schrot. It's only with an exchange of 1 CONT Christmas cards. She is married to Ray Ottenbrite, 2781 E. Brigstock Rd, 1 CONT Midlothian, Va. 23113. They have 3 children, and her husband is a 1 CONT professor at a University near Richmond. Second, Ernie Schrot he was 1 CONT married to Bobbie(don't know her maiden name). We got to know their son 1 CONT Dick when he attended and graduated from Georgetown Univ. Medical School 1 CONT in 1971. I know the year only because I was very pregnant with Courtney 1 CONT for his graduation! He may be a good source of information on the family 1 CONT because he traveled to Germany and made contact with relatives there. I 1 CONT know he was practicing inTampa Florida. His brother, John graduated from 1 CONT the Naval Academy but then went on back to school and became a dentist. 1 CONT He also practices in Tampa. Their mother remarried and lived in 1 CONT Lakeland, Fla. I believe Dick Schrot became a Ophthamologist. Sorry, I 1 CONT don't have any more information. Love, Judy 0 @I0512@ INDI 1 NAME John /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 NOV 1845 2 PLAC CVR Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 FEB 1858 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Joesph's Church Cemetery, Carrolltown, PA 1 FAMC @F0200@ 0 @I0513@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 DEC 1841 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1861 1 FAMS @F0055@ 1 FAMC @F0111@ 0 @I0515@ INDI 1 NAME Juliana /McGuire/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 JUN 1809 1 DEAT 2 DATE FEB 1877 1 FAMS @F0658@ 1 FAMC @F0026@ 0 @I0516@ INDI 1 NAME Alice Marie /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 JUN 1945 1 FAMS @F1135@ 1 FAMC @F1134@ 0 @I0517@ INDI 1 NAME Alex Jason /Mailloux/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 SEP 1998 2 PLAC Mount Pleasent SC 1 FAMC @F0031@ 0 @I0518@ INDI 1 NAME Patrick /Smith/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0056@ 0 @I0519@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0085@ 0 @I0520@ INDI 1 NAME Ann /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1921 1 FAMC @F0096@ 0 @I0521@ INDI 1 NAME Connie Ann /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 MAY 1958 1 FAMS @F0125@ 1 FAMC @F0120@ 0 @I0522@ INDI 1 NAME /Janet/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0119@ 0 @I0523@ INDI 1 NAME Helen /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1848 1 FAMC @F0200@ 0 @I0524@ INDI 1 NAME Paul David /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 JUN 1921 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 AUG 1981 1 FAMS @F0074@ 1 FAMC @F0060@ 1 NOTE @NI0524@ 0 @NI0524@ NOTE 1 CONC Residence: 1949, Hastings, Elder Township, Cambria Co., PA 0 @I0525@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Sebring/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0126@ 0 @I0526@ INDI 1 NAME Catharine Julia /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 NOV 1905 2 PLAC Sr. Joseph Ann 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 JUN 1993 1 FAMC @F0015@ 0 @I0527@ INDI 1 NAME George H. /Little/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1800 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 AUG 1879 1 FAMS @F0100@ 0 @I0528@ INDI 1 NAME Maggie /Drass/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0697@ 0 @I0529@ INDI 1 NAME Johann /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1876 1 FAMC @F0116@ 0 @I0530@ INDI 1 NAME Theresia /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 JUL 1887 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 APR 1973 1 FAMS @F0094@ 1 FAMC @F0015@ 1 NOTE @NI0530@ 0 @NI0530@ NOTE 1 CONC Teacher according to German genealogy 0 @I0531@ INDI 1 NAME James Francis /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 AUG 1932 2 PLAC Detroit, MI 1 FAMS @F0919@ 1 FAMC @F0096@ 0 @I0532@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Coccaro/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1890 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 SEP 1955 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0203@ 1 FAMC @F0326@ 1 NOTE @NI0532@ 0 @NI0532@ NOTE 1 CONC Ed, 1 CONT What a wonderful job! Wow! You are terrific at building and writing f 1 CONC or the website! 1 CONT Very Impressive! 1 CONT 1 CONT Yes, the photo's are of my maternal grandparents. You can see my Mom a 1 CONC nd Aunt Gigi look like my Grandmother. My Grandfather Anthony, was the so 1 CONC le owner of a bar and restaurant, "The Ideal Place." My Grandmother w 1 CONC as a Teacher of Fine Arts in Italy. Together they had nine children. 1 CONT When we were little kids, I always thought I was adopted. You guys all h 1 CONC ad blonde hair and blue eyes. I was the little dark eyed and hair ki 1 CONC d. As a matter of fact; I have so much hair....maybe God gave me some ha 1 CONC ir of the dog??? sickie.... 1 CONT Love ya, 1 CONT Cuzzie 1 CONT P. S. Cruises are not my thing either.... I keep hearing of the giant sn 1 CONC ow storms you are having and think how lucky your are!!! Remember h 1 CONC ow we used to love the snow when we were little in Barnesboro. In the ear 1 CONC ly to mid fifties we had tons....of snow! Those were the good 'ole day 1 CONC s. Our mittens, socks, scarves, hats and coats would dry on the radiator 1 CONC s! The hot chocolate was the best. I will never forget when I was sled r 1 CONC iding on Dorko's hill across from Terizzi's. I went right down the hill a 1 CONC nd into the big creek behind Brown's garage. Eddie Serafin pulled me o 1 CONC ut and then I walked all the way home soaking wet! What a dope! Pls gi 1 CONC ve Winston a 0 @I0533@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas J. /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S01766@ 3 NOTE Founder of Town in County, Dies 4 CONT Aged Man of Byrnesvile, Near Barnesboro, Suffered Paralytic Stroke 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1852 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. PA 2 SOUR @S01775@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 2 SOUR @S01761@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 JUN 1934 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery, Spangler, Cambria Co. PA 2 CAUS Paralytic Stroke 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 PLAC Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 2 SOUR @S01775@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 3 DATA 4 TEXT Extract: 1880 United States Census 5 CONT Census Place: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 5 CONT Source: FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 5 CONT Household: 5 CONT Rel Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace 5 CONT Thomas BYRNE 5 CONT Self Male M W 28 PA 5 CONT Occ: Laborer Fa: PA Mo: PA 5 CONT Sarah A. BYRNE 5 CONT Wife Female M W 24 PA 5 CONT Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA 5 CONT Gilbert V. BYRNE 5 CONT Son Male S W 4 PA 5 CONT Fa: PA Mo: PA 5 CONT John A. BYRNE 5 CONT Son Male S W 1 PA 5 CONT Fa: PA Mo: PA 2 SOUR @S01761@ 3 PAGE FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 3 DATA 4 TEXT Extract: 1880 United States Census 5 CONT Census Place: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 5 CONT Source: FHL Film 1255111; National Archives Film T9-1111; Page 446D 5 CONT Household: 5 CONT Rel Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace 5 CONT Thomas BYRNE 5 CONT Self Male M W 28 PA 5 CONT Occ: Laborer Fa: PA Mo: PA 5 CONT Sarah A. BYRNE 5 CONT Wife Female M W 24 PA 5 CONT Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA 5 CONT Gilbert V. BYRNE 5 CONT Son Male S W 4 PA 5 CONT Fa: PA Mo: PA 5 CONT John A. BYRNE 5 CONT Son Male S W 1 PA 5 CONT Fa: PA Mo: PA 1 FAMS @F0144@ 1 FAMC @F0200@ 1 NOTE @NI0533@ 0 @NI0533@ NOTE 1 CONC 1910 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Thomas J Byrnes 1 CONT Name: Thomas J Byrnes 1 CONT Age in 1910: 58 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Head 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Sarah A 1 CONT Home in 1910: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Marital Status: Married 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Gender: Male 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas J Byrnes 58 1 CONT Sarah A Byrnes 49 1 CONT Emma S Byrnes 23 1 CONT Margaret V Byrnes 19 1 CONT Edward R Byrnes 18 1 CONT William H Byrnes 14 1 CONT Ella M Byrnes 10 1 CONT Samuel Williams 31 1 CONT Harry Hainsey 28 1 CONT Michael Mash 43 1 CONT David Griffith 39 1 CONT Maud Tramer 17 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1920 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Thomas J Byrnes 1 CONT Name: Thomas J Byrnes 1 CONT Home in 1920: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 69 years 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1851 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Head 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Marital Status: Widow 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Sex: Male 1 CONT Home owned: Own 1 CONT Able to read: Yes 1 CONT Able to Write: Yes 1 CONT Image: 147 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas J Byrnes 69 1 CONT Edward R Byrnes 27 1 CONT Wm H Byrnes 25 1 CONT Margaret Byrnes 29 1 CONT Ella M Byrnes 19 1 CONT David Griffith 53 1 CONT Edward Rierson 60 1 CONT 1 CONT 1930 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Thomas Byrnes 1 CONT Name: Thomas Byrnes 1 CONT 1910 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Thomas J Byrnes 1 CONT Name: Thomas J Byrnes 1 CONT Age in 1910: 58 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Head 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Sarah A 1 CONT Home in 1910: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Marital Status: Married 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Gender: Male 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas J Byrnes 58 1 CONT Sarah A Byrnes 49 1 CONT Emma S Byrnes 23 1 CONT Margaret V Byrnes 19 1 CONT Edward R Byrnes 18 1 CONT William H Byrnes 14 1 CONT Ella M Byrnes 10 1 CONT Samuel Williams 31 1 CONT Harry Hainsey 28 1 CONT Michael Mash 43 1 CONT David Griffith 39 1 CONT Maud Tramer 17 1 CONT 1 CONT Home in 1930: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT View Map 1 CONT Age: 78 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Father-in-law 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Occupation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Education: 1 CONT 1 CONT Military service: 1 CONT 1 CONT Rent/home value: 1 CONT 1 CONT Age at first marriage: 1 CONT 1 CONT Parents' birthplace: View image 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Ory Richard 53 1 CONT Emma Richard 43 1 CONT Thomas Byrnes 78 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ***************************************** 1 CONT EBENSBURG MOUNTAINEER-HERALD 1 CONT EBENSBURG, PA 1 CONT Thursday, 2 August 1906 1 CONT 1 CONT REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS 1 CONT Chunks of the Footstool Bought and Sold 1 CONT Thomas J. Byrne et ux. To Casper Leib, Susquehanna, $200. 1900 1 CONT Thomas J. Byrne et ux to Mary Cruty et al, lot in Susquehanna township; Oc 1 CONC tober 14, 1905; $60. 1 CONT Thomas J. Byrne et ux to Edward Ager, 57 acres 133 perches in Susquehan 1 CONC na township; July 21, 1906; $100. 1 CONT ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ***************************************** 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From Edna Francina Byrnes Lantzy: 1 CONT 1 CONT My Grandfather Thomas Byrnes Jr. Born in Cambria County 1852, died at a 1 CONC ge 82. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was the founder of "Byrnesville" a small settlement out of Barnesboro a 1 CONC nd he was one of the Northern Cambria County's best known citizens. 1 CONT 1 CONT He purchased large tracts of land in the vicinity of Barnesboro and had t 1 CONC he land cleared and erected a number of houses. He built a beautiful hot 1 CONC el konwn as the "Byrnes Hotel". His family lived in the Hotel until some m 1 CONC arried and built homes of their own around the Hotel, others married and m 1 CONC oved out of Byrnesville. 1 CONT 1 CONT A railroad ran through the town because of the Coal mines in the area. T 1 CONC he engineer on the train stayed at the Hotel. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas was the proprietor of the Hotel for many years until his health cau 1 CONC sed him to sell the Hotel to my father M.A. Byrnes. My father took ca 1 CONC re of the Hotel and bought other property's and deep mined the coal. My Fa 1 CONC ther built us a beautiful home across the street from the Hotel. We liv 1 CONC ed there until I was a Jr. in High School, a sad thing happened --Our hou 1 CONC se burned --over heated furnace, no one was home at the time of the fire 1 CONC .. We moved into the Hotel until dad built the house again and we return 1 CONC ed to live there. 1 CONT 1 CONT My granfather was also a great farmer -- he had land enough to plant every 1 CONC thing you could think of. He had 2 beautiful work horses to do all the plo 1 CONC wing. He built a big barn for the horses and other farm things. 1 CONT *************************** 1 CONT In the CAMBRIA FREEMAN 1 CONT EBENSBURG, PA 1 CONT MARCH 1900 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas J. Byrne et ux. To Casper Leib, Susquehanna, $200. 1 CONT *************************** 1 CONT 1 CONT In the EBENSBURG MOUNTAINEER-HERALD 1 CONT EBENSBURG, PA 1 CONT 1906 page 9: 1 CONT Thomas J. Byrne et ux to Mary Cruty et al, lot in Susquehanna township; Oc 1 CONC tober 14, 1905; $60. 1 CONT Thomas J. Byrne et ux to Edward Ager, 57 acres 133 perches in Susquehan 1 CONC na township; July 21, 1906; $100. 1 CONT 1 CONT *************************** 1 CONT 1 CONT This came from William R. Byrnes (Dick) about his grandfather. Dick sent t 1 CONC wo pages titled "Grandparents: Links to the Past" to me from his 50th Wedd 1 CONC ing Anniversary. Here is the whole quote from these pages: 1 CONT 1 CONT By W. R. Byrnes: 1 CONT 1 CONT My paternal grandmother (Sara Ann Byrnes) died in 1918, before I was b 1 CONC orn. Therefore, I didn't know her. I remember my pateral grandfather (Thom 1 CONC as J. Byrnes) as a tall, gentle man. He lost one leg due to gangrene, resu 1 CONC lting from non-professional treatment of corns on his foot, and had a wood 1 CONC en leg. I helped him plant seeds in the garden in holes made with his peg- 1 CONC leg. He owned and operated a hotel and bar in Byrnesville (near Barnesboro 1 CONC ), Penna. 1 CONT 1 CONT *************************** 1 CONT 1 CONT "The Byrnesville Hotel was built about 1902. A man by the name of Peters h 1 CONC elped Thomas J. Byr nes with construction. Earth for excavation was remov 1 CONC ed by wheelbarrow and scoop pulled by ho rses. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Hotel had 4 floors. The first floor (basement) had a barrom, drinki 1 CONC ng room, wine and bee r storage, and furnace room. Another drinking room w 1 CONC as located on the second floor. Women wer en't allowed in the barrom, b 1 CONC ut were permitted in the back drinking room. Family quarters wer e on t 1 CONC he third floor. Ed and Bill had a room together and Margaret and Emma shar 1 CONC ed a room. El la Mae, the baby, occupied a small room adjacent to Margar 1 CONC et adn Emma. The fourth floor was u sed by borders and railroaders. The fo 1 CONC urth floor had roof dormers at that time; later removed , the border roo 1 CONC ms were later made into apartments as was the second and third floors. 1 CONT 1 CONT From a different source "In 1917 Thomas J. Byrnes was the keeper of the By 1 CONC rnesville Hotel." 1 CONT From Edna Francina Byrnes Lantzy: 1 CONT In the rear there was a frame building called a 'Summer House' where bloc 1 CONC ks of ice were store d after being cut in the winter. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Hotel had acetylene lights at first and later changed to electricit 1 CONC y. For many years th e water supply came from a spring and reservoir on t 1 CONC he hills above the Hotel. The spring wa s destroyed when coal was illegal 1 CONC ly removed from the area. A well was then dug downhill fro m the hotel a 1 CONC nd water was pumped by gsoline engine up to the reservoir. The Hotel had s 1 CONC team h eat in radiators on the fisrt two floors and parlor (that was seld 1 CONC om used) on the third floor . No heat on fourth floor. There were many bra 1 CONC wls in the barrom and Daddy Byrnes (Thomas J. ) was quick to squelch the 1 CONC m. Some local taverns would let the men fight it out, but not Dadd y Byrne 1 CONC s. 1 CONT 1 CONT Byrnesville was named after the Byrnes family. Local people traveled by ho 1 CONC rse adn surrey. Coa l was moved out of local mines (Allport, Cymbria, a 1 CONC nd Manion) by rail through Byrnesville an d railroad tracks were used by l 1 CONC ocal people as a walkway (darrying lanterns at night) to Barn esboro. Stor 1 CONC es were Foxalls candy store (where kids loafed), Sampsons (Mr. Sampson bec 1 CONC ame bli nd but still tended the store) and Pete DeFazio's grocery near t 1 CONC he railroad crossing. Herma n Byrnes had the second or third automobile (E 1 CONC MF Touring Car) in Barnesboro; Thomas Barnes ha d the first car, Bill Byrn 1 CONC es had a 1912 Model-T Ford: his father signed a note for it with ba nker J 1 CONC im McClem. Car was originally owned by Dr. Ealy." 1 CONT 1 CONT There was a dance hall near the hotel that also was used for wedding recep 1 CONC tions, etc. Bill Byrnes bought the building and made it into a garage. T 1 CONC he garage was later bought and used by L andy (Orlando) Byrnes in his truc 1 CONC king business. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following is from an email received by Edward A. Byrnes from Herman Je 1 CONC rome "Jerry" Byrne s concerning his dad and grandad, Edward R. Byrnes a 1 CONC nd Thomas J. Byrne(s). Recieved Oct 20,20 03: 1 CONT 1 CONT "Hi Edward----- when you were little it was "Eddie".I don't recognize t 1 CONC he picture and I don' t think that I ever saw mygrandpa Byrnes---I think t 1 CONC hat I was too young. I do remember the b iglong bar in the hotel first flo 1 CONC or.....the bar was closed and we kidsplayed there sometime s. The bar clos 1 CONC ed during prohibition and neverreopened. My father told me the story of t 1 CONC he k eg of whiskey that arrivedat the train station ,in Barnesboro, sever 1 CONC al months after prohibit ionstarted. My father(your grandpa) drove a hor 1 CONC se and buggy to the trainstation, picked u p the keg and brought it to Byr 1 CONC nesville. My father askedyour great grandfather what to do wi th the k 1 CONC eg of whiskey and was told toopen it and pour it on the ground---and--he p 1 CONC oured ou t the whole keg." 1 CONT 1 CONT The following is from William R. Byrnes of his grandfather Thomas J. Byrne 1 CONC s: 1 CONT "Good father but very strict. He was a big man. Required children to atte 1 CONC nd catechism on Satu rdays and Sunday School on Sunday at Holy Cross Chur 1 CONC ch in Spangler. Thomas J. Byrnes donate d a stained glass window that is s 1 CONC till in Holy Cross church with his name on it. He raise d 9 children and h 1 CONC ad no hobbies." 1 CONT 1 CONT From the Office of the Register of Wills Cambria Co. PA 1 CONT Statement of Debts and Deductions Estate of Thomas J. Byrne Date of Dea 1 CONC th 18 Jun 1934: 1 CONT 1 CONT July 2 1934 John R. Easley Funeral Expense 225.00 1 CONT June 21 1934 Holy Cross Church Grave Digging 12.00 1 CONT June 21 1934 St. Edward's church Funeral Mass 10.00 1 CONT June 21 1934 Bell Telphone Calls 2.40 1 CONT June 21 1934 Dr. Silensky 6.00 1 CONT June 21 1934 Dr. Healey 5.00 1 CONT July 1934 Sharbaugh-Lieb Clothing 8.00 1 CONT Mar 09 1935 Walter Adamoski Tailoring 1.00 1 CONT Mar 09 1935 Harry Samson Meds 1.75 1 CONT 1 CONT From the Last Will and Testament of Thomas J. Byrne(s) died 1834: 1 CONT All my real, personal or mixed property located in the Townsip of Susqueha 1 CONC nna, County of Camb ria and State of Pennsylvania I desire equally divid 1 CONC ed among my children then living, with th e following exceptions: 1 CONT 1. Lot No. 5 in the Borough of Barnesboro, I give to my son, Edward in ad 1 CONC dition to his equa l share of my remaining estate. 1 CONT 2. To my daughters, Emma Richard, Margaret Hite adn Ella May Byrne I gi 1 CONC ve each $50.00 in add ition to their equal share of my remaining estate. 1 CONT 3. I give my daughter Ella May Byrne the Piano. 1 CONT 4. I give my shares in the Carrolltown Fair Association to my son M. A. B 1 CONC yrne. 1 CONT 5. I desire $20.00 to be set aside for masses to be said for my son, Jam 1 CONC es Herman Byrne, m y beloved wife Sarah Ann and myslef. 1 CONT I desire that this will be read immediately after my funeral. 1 CONT 1 CONT From Assessment Records, Cambria Co. Court House, Ebensburg, PA: 1 CONT 1895 - page 6, line 17 - Byrne, Thomas -41 1/2 acres - 20 cleared - farmer 1 CONT 1898 30 acres cleared 1 CONT 1917 -page 7 - Byrnes Thos. J. hotel keeper 1 CONT 1921 -page 7 - Byrnes, Thos. J. - Byrnesville Hotel crossed out and Boardi 1 CONC ng House written ov er it. 1 CONT 1923 -page 8 - Byrnes, Thos. J. - surface 20 acres 20 acres cleared 1 CONT 1934 p.10 line 6 Byrne, Thos. J. surface 3 acres 3 cleared by B.F. Byrne a 1 CONC nd Steve Glydura 1 CONT 1942 p.15 line 8 #60-0082 sold to county 3 acres 3 cleared 1 CONT 1943 p14 sold by county to Edward R. & Pauline E. Byrnes 9/20/43 3 acres $ 1 CONC 60 value from Thos . J. Byrne Est. 9/20/43 1 CONT 1 CONT SOURCE: THE JOHNSTOWN TRIBUNE, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 19, 1934, page 24 ba 1 CONC ck page, column 5: 1 CONT 1 CONT THOMAS J. BYRNES - FOUND OF TOWN IN COUNTY, DIES 1 CONT AGED MAN OF BYRNEVILLE, NEAR BARNESBORO - SUFFERED PARALYTIC STROKE 1 CONT FUNERAL ON THURSDAY 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro, June 19--Thomas J. Byrnes, aged 82 founder of Byrnesville a sm 1 CONC all settlement nea r Barnesboro and one of northern Cambria County's best 1 CONC -known citizens, died yesterday aftern oon at the home of his daughter, Mr 1 CONC s. O. J. Ricards of Byrnesville, where he had made his hom e for several y 1 CONC ears. 1 CONT Death was attributed to a complication of diseases, incident to age, follo 1 CONC wing a stroke of pa ralysis which Mr. Byrnes suffered two weeks ago. His c 1 CONC ondition had been serious since that ti me. 1 CONT Thomas J. Byrnes was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Byrnes, both deceased, a 1 CONC nd was born in Camb ria County April 3, 1852. Mr. Byrnes purchased large t 1 CONC racts of land in the vicinity of Barnes boro many years ago, had the grou 1 CONC nd cleared and erected a number of houses and buildings in w hat is now kn 1 CONC own as Byrnesville. 1 CONT He was the proprietor of the Byrnes Hotel at Byrnesville for many years a 1 CONC nd was active in chu rch and civic affairs of this seciont during the grea 1 CONC ter part of his life. 1 CONT His wife, Mr.s Sarah Ann (Miller) Byrnes preceded him to the frave sixte 1 CONC en years ago. 1 CONT Surviving are these children: Gilbert Byrnes of Barnesboro, John Byrn 1 CONC es of Akron, Ohio, Marce llus Byrens of Barnesboro, Mrs. O.J. Ricards wi 1 CONC th whoe he resided, Mrs. A.G. Hite of Cresson , Edward Byrnes of Byrnesvil 1 CONC le, William Byrnes of Barnesboro, and Mrs. L.A. Burns of Altoona. 1 CONT Surviving also are a sister Mrs. Susan Miller of Susquehanna Twp, twent-th 1 CONC ree grandchildren a nd four great-grandchildren. 1 CONT Mr. Byrnes was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Edward's Church, B 1 CONC arnesboro. Funera l services probably will be conducted Thursday morni 1 CONC ng in St. Edward's Catholic Church here . Interment will be in the Holy Cr 1 CONC oss Cemetery at Spangler in charge of John R. Easly, Spanlg er, mortician. 1 CONT 1 CONT From William R. "Dick" Byrnes in an email to Edward A. Byrnes 4 November 2 1 CONC 003: 1 CONT "This sure does bring back the memories. Re the comments from Jerry Byrne 1 CONC s, I too remember th e bar on the first floor of the old hotel. I also rec 1 CONC all the back room where they stored th e wine and beer. In particular, I r 1 CONC emember the smell of "booze". I also remember helping Gran ddad Byrn 1 CONC es in the garden. He had a big patch of horseradish and, although this sou 1 CONC nds lik e a fairy tale, he use his peg leg to make holes in the soil to pl 1 CONC ant peas and beans. The gar den was located directly across the street fo 1 CONC rm the hotel near Paul Byrnes' house today." 1 CONT 1 CONT From William R. "Dick" Byrnes in mail to Edward A. Byrnes 17 November 2003 1 CONC : 1 CONT "My paternal grandmother (Sara Ann byrnes died in 1918, before I was bor 1 CONC n. Therefor, I didn' t know her. I remember my paternal grandfather (Thom 1 CONC as J. byrnes) as a tall, gentle man. He l ost one leg due to gangrene, res 1 CONC ulting from non-professional treatment of corns on his foot , and had a wo 1 CONC oden leg. I helped him plant seeds in the garden in holes made with his pe 1 CONC g-leg . He owned and operated a hotel and bar in Byrnesville (near Barnesb 1 CONC oro), Penna." Ed's note : Barnesboro and Spangler together are now call 1 CONC ed Northern Cambria. Dick Byrnes also states t hat the family name chang 1 CONC ed from Byrne to Byrnes in 1908. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Thomas Byrne 1 CONT Name: Thomas Byrne 1 CONT Home in 1880: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 28 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of Household: Self (Head) 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Sarah A. 1 CONT Father's birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Mother's birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Occupation: Laborer 1 CONT Marital Status: Married 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Gender: Male 1 CONT Cannot read/write: 1 CONT 1 CONT Blind: 1 CONT 1 CONT Deaf and dumb: 1 CONT 1 CONT Otherwise disabled: 1 CONT 1 CONT Idiotic or insane: View Image 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas Byrne 28 1 CONT Sarah A. Byrne 24 1 CONT Gilbert V. Byrne 4 1 CONT John A. Byrne 1 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1910 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Thomas J Byrnes 1 CONT Name: Thomas J Byrnes 1 CONT Age in 1910: 58 1 CONT Occupation: Bartender 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Head 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Sarah A 1 CONT Home in 1910: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Marital Status: Married 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Gender: Male 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas J Byrnes 58 1 CONT Sarah A Byrnes 49 1 CONT Emma S Byrnes 23 1 CONT Margaret V Byrnes 19 1 CONT Edward R Byrnes 18 1 CONT William H Byrnes 14 1 CONT Ella M Byrnes 10 1 CONT Samuel Williams 31 1 CONT Harry Hainsey 28 1 CONT Michael Mash 43 1 CONT David Griffith 39 1 CONT Maud Tramer 17 1 CONT 1 CONT 1920 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Thomas J Byrnes 1 CONT Name: Thomas J Byrnes 1 CONT Home in 1920: Susquehanna, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 69 years 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1851 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Head 1 CONT Father's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Marital Status: Widow 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Sex: Male 1 CONT Home owned: Own 1 CONT Able to read: Yes 1 CONT Able to Write: Yes 1 CONT Image: 147 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Thomas J Byrnes 69 Proprietor Hotel 1 CONT Edward R Byrnes 27 Teamster 1 CONT Wm H Byrnes 25 Repairman 1 CONT Margaret Byrnes 29 Milliner 1 CONT Ella M Byrnes 19 Teacher 1 CONT David Griffith 53 1 CONT Edward Rierson 60 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0534@ INDI 1 NAME Robert Francis /Mailloux/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 SEP 1948 2 PLAC Lafayette Indiana 1 FAMS @F0122@ 1 NOTE @NI0534@ 0 @NI0534@ NOTE 1 CONC Information from 1 CONT Jeanette Byrnes Mailloux 1 CONT 165 Westmeath Drive 1 CONT Moore, SC 29369 1 CONT Recieved by Ed Byrnes 26 March 2005 0 @I0535@ INDI 1 NAME James /Driscol/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0045@ 0 @I0536@ INDI 1 NAME Robert Henry /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 OCT 1961 1 FAMC @F0072@ 0 @I0537@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah Elizabeth /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 MAY 1917 2 PLAC Clearfield Twp PA 1 FAMS @F1154@ 1 FAMC @F0110@ 0 @I0538@ INDI 1 NAME Forrest Arthur /Hainline/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 OCT 1918 1 FAMS @F0089@ 0 @I0539@ INDI 1 NAME Donna Jean /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 APR 1936 2 PLAC Barnesboro PA 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 APR 1936 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 FEB 2009 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery 1 FAMS @F0112@ 1 FAMC @F0165@ 1 NOTE @NI0539@ 0 @NI0539@ NOTE 1 CONC Published: February 05, 2009 05:26 pm 1 CONT 1 CONT Donna Jean Bracken 1 CONT 1 CONT Obituaries 02/06/2009 1 CONT 1 CONT BRACKEN – Donna Jean, 72, Northern Cambria, died Feb. 4, 2009, at Mine 1 CONC rs Medical Center. Born April 13, 1936, in Barnesboro, the daught 1 CONC er of Lavanes and Mary (Simon) Byrnes. Preceded in death by parents and h 1 CONC usband, Robert C. Bracken, who died Feb. 11, 1999. Survived by childre 1 CONC n, Robert, Dallastown; Pamela, wife of Brian Myers, Harrisburg; David, mar 1 CONC ried to Kelly Christoff, Northern Cambria; and Patricia, wife of William N 1 CONC ovak, East Berlin, Pa.; grandchildren, Andrew and Sharon Bracken, Brayd 1 CONC en Myers, Autumn and Hunter Bracken, and Michael and William Novak; also s 1 CONC pecial friend, Mary Ellen Tibbott. Donna was a longtime steward of the Ba 1 CONC rnesboro American Legion. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 a 1 CONC nd 6 to 8 p.m. Friday and from noon until time of service at 1 p.m. Saturd 1 CONC ay at Moriconi Funeral Home Inc., Northern Cambria, Father Larry Lacovi 1 CONC c, officiating. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. 0 @I0540@ INDI 1 NAME Valentine /Wysong/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1744 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1824 2 PLAC Randolf, IN 1 FAMS @F0391@ 1 FAMC @F0198@ 0 @I0541@ INDI 1 NAME Susan Catharina /Wysong/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 JAN 1739/40 2 PLAC York Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE ABT 1834 1 FAMC @F0198@ 0 @I0542@ INDI 1 NAME Franz /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1872 1 FAMC @F0116@ 0 @I0543@ INDI 1 NAME Karoline /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1865 1 FAMC @F0116@ 0 @I0544@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah Ann /Miller/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 MAY 1856 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 DEC 1918 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery, Spangler, Cambria Co. PA 1 BAPL 2 DATE 8 JUN 1856 1 FAMS @F0144@ 1 FAMC @F0020@ 1 NOTE @NI0544@ 0 @NI0544@ NOTE 1 CONC From William R. Byrnes: 1 CONT "Sarah A. Miller -- A very good mother. She died while Dad (William H.) w 1 CONC as in the Army and was buried on December 24, 1918. She was bloated with f 1 CONC luids and was treated by a Dr. Rice fro m Hastins who traveled by horse a 1 CONC nd bugg to attend her. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT John Baptista Muller ("u" with German umlaut sometimes transliterated as M 1 CONC ueller, pronounce d Miller)married Elizabeth Kirkpatrick 3 (James 2, Archi 1 CONC bald 1) on 5 January 1841 by Fr. Pete r H/ Lemke, Pastor of St. Joseph' 1 CONC s, Hart's Sleeping Place, Susquehanna Township, Cambria Co. , Pa. She w 1 CONC as born on 25 April 1821, daughter of James Kirkpatrick 2 and Mary Ann Lut 1 CONC her 2 (C onrad Luther 1), baptized 10 June 1821 by Fr. Demetrius A. Gallit 1 CONC zin. She is my Great Great A unt, sister of my Great Grandfather, Archiba 1 CONC ld Kirkpatrick 3. 1 CONT John Baptista Muller, born about 1818/20, non-catholic, son of John Mull 1 CONC er (died between 186 0 and 1879) and Sarah_____ (born 1800 in Maryland, Li 1 CONC ving in 1870 with son John B.) who migra ted to Cambria County from Bedfo 1 CONC rd County. 1 CONT They had 9 children: 1 CONT Joseph born about 1841 1 CONT John B., Jr. born about 1842 1 CONT Mary A./S/ born 13 December 1845 1 CONT James Thomas born 22 January 1848 1 CONT Rosalia Elizabeth born 11 June 1850 1 CONT Margaret born 22 September 1853 1 CONT Sarah Anna/Joanna/Jane born 1 May 1856, bpt 8 June 1856,GP Andrew and Ma 1 CONC ry Miller 1 CONT Josephine born 6 August 1860 1 CONT Sophia born 29 March 1863. 0 @I0545@ INDI 1 NAME Francis Joseph /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 NOV 1888 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 APR 1956 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1958 1 FAMS @F0085@ 1 FAMS @F1129@ 1 FAMC @F0015@ 1 NOTE @NI0545@ 0 @NI0545@ NOTE 1 CONC Heart Attack died April 1956 in Mt. Pleasant MI 0 @I0546@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah Ann /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 MAY 1837 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 1887 1 FAMS @F0680@ 1 FAMC @F0106@ 1 NOTE @NI0546@ 0 @NI0546@ NOTE 1 CONC "Sally" Sarah Ann Byrne-3 (Demetrius Augustine Byrne-2, Thomas Byrne-1). S 1 CONC he was born on 1 CONT 15 May 1837 in Cambria Co. PA. She died Aft. 1887. She was also known as S 1 CONC ally Byrne. 1 CONT Residence in Chest Springs PA. 1 CONT Benjamin Grove. He was born 1851. He died Aft. 1887. 1 CONT Notes for Benjamin Grove: 1 CONT General Notes: 1 CONT 1880 census, Familysearch.org: 1 CONT Household: 1 CONT Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father 1 CONC 's Birthplace 1 CONT Mother's Birthplace 1 CONT Benjamon GROVE Self M Male W 29 PA Farmer PA PA 1 CONT Sarah GROVE Wife M Female W 36 PA Keeping House PA PA 1 CONT Susan GROVE Dau S Female W 4 PA PA PA 1 CONT George LITYINGER Other S Male W 14 PA Farm Laborer PA PA 1 CONT Annie BURNS MotherL W Female W 77 PA Retired Housekeeper PA PA 1 CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC ------ 1 CONT Source Information: 1 CONT Census Place Allegheny, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Family History Library Film 1255111 1 CONT NA Film Number T9-1111 1 CONT Page Number 381D 1 CONT Benjamin Grove and "Sally" Sarah Ann Byrne. They had 1 child. 1 CONT i. Susan Grove. She was born 1876. 0 @I0547@ INDI 1 NAME Louis E. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 MAY 1915 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 MAR 1973 1 FAMS @F0087@ 1 FAMC @F0060@ 0 @I0548@ INDI 1 NAME Sharon Lynn /Jones/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 SEP 1970 2 PLAC Newberry SC 1 FAMS @F0031@ 0 @I0549@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Myers/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1800 1 FAMS @F0050@ 0 @I0550@ INDI 1 NAME John Lewis /Wysong/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 FEB 1742/43 2 PLAC York Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 JAN 1808 2 PLAC Loretto, PA 1 FAMS @F0389@ 1 FAMC @F0198@ 0 @I0551@ INDI 1 NAME Lewis /Sandri/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC 13 Jun 1901 1 DEAT 2 PLAC 22 Aug 1973 1 FAMS @F0997@ 1 FAMS @F0318@ 1 FAMC @F0319@ 1 NOTE @NI0551@ 0 @NI0551@ NOTE 1 CONC Social Security Death Index 1 CONT about Lewis Sandri 1 CONT Name: Lewis Sandri 1 CONT SSN: 174-28-1529 1 CONT Last Residence: 16833 Curwensville, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, United Stat 1 CONC es of America 1 CONT Born: 13 Jun 1901 1 CONT Died: Aug 1973 1 CONT State (Year) SSN issued: 1 CONT 1 CONT Farmer in 1920 census 1 CONT 161A 37 17-60 6A Naulton . 125 127 Sandri Lew 1 CONC is Head R 17 1 CONC . No M W 28 M 21 No Yes Pennsylvania I 1 CONC taly Italy . . . Yes Lumber Dea 1 CONC ler Lumber Yard O Yes . . . . . 1 CONT 161A 38 17-60 6A Naulton . 125 127 Sandri Jen 1 CONC ny Wife H . . 1 CONC . . F W 28 M 21 No Yes Pennsylvania I 1 CONC taly Italy . . . Yes No 1 CONC ne . 1 CONC . . . . . . . 1 CONT 161A 39 17-60 6A Naulton . 125 127 Sandri Robe 1 CONC rt Son . . 1 CONC . . M W 4 S . No No Pennsylvania Pe 1 CONC nnsylvania Pennsylvania . . . No No 1 CONC ne . 1 CONC . . . . . . . 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0552@ INDI 1 NAME Ronald William /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 APR 1957 1 FAMS @F0080@ 1 FAMC @F0120@ 0 @I0553@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Seigh/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0489@ 0 @I0554@ INDI 1 NAME Paul /Cunningham/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0337@ 0 @I0555@ INDI 1 NAME Harvey E. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 JAN 1890 2 PLAC Barnesboro, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 JAN 1964 1 BURI 2 PLAC Ebensburg, PA 1 FAMS @F0153@ 1 FAMC @F0175@ 1 NOTE @NI0555@ 0 @NI0555@ NOTE 1 CONC Kim Regitz 1 CONT Byrne/Coons 1 CONT February 26, 2003 05:16PM Registered: 3 years ago 1 CONT Posts: 90,211 1 CONT 1 CONT Groom-Harvey E. Byrne 1 CONT Farming 1 CONT Birthplace-Barnesboro, PA 1 CONT Residence-Ebensburg(Cambria Township), PA 1 CONT Age-24 1 CONT Father-Luke A. Byrne, born in Barnesboro, PA 1 CONT Mother-Maria Seabring, born in Cherry Tree, PA 1 CONT Bride-Carolyn H. Coons 1 CONT At home 1 CONT Birthplace-Loretto, PA 1 CONT Residence-Allegheny Township, PA 1 CONT Age-20 1 CONT Father-Joseph A. Coons, born in Loretto, PA 1 CONT Mother-Caroline Schank, born in Allegheny Township, PA 1 CONT Married June 16, 1914 in Loretto, Cambria County, PA by Rev. Ferdinand Kit 1 CONC tell. 1 CONT Vol. 49, Pg. 102 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1930 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about Harvey E Byrne 1 CONT Name: Harvey E Byrne 1 CONT Home in 1930: Cambria, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 40 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1890 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relation to Head of House: Head 1 CONT Spouse's Name: Carolyn 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Occupation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Education: 1 CONT 1 CONT Military service: 1 CONT 1 CONT Rent/home value: 1 CONT 1 CONT Age at first marriage: 1 CONT 1 CONT Parents' birthplace: View Image 1 CONT Neighbors: View others on page 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Harvey E Byrne 40 1 CONT Carolyn Byrne 36 1 CONT Arthur Byrne 13 1 CONT Paul Byrne 11 1 CONT Merle Byrne 9 1 CONT Lucille Byrne 6 1 CONT Laverna Byrne 4 1 CONT Betty L Byrne 2 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0556@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas P. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1875 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1939 2 PLAC bu. St. Nicholas Cem. Nicktown, PA 0 @I0557@ INDI 1 NAME Walter V. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 MAR 1909 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 MAR 1990 2 PLAC St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church Cem., Cresson, Cambria Co., PA 1 FAMC @F0060@ 1 NOTE @NI0557@ 0 @NI0557@ NOTE 1 CONC v. WALTER V. BYRNE, REV., b. Mar 28, 1909, Spangler (Northern Cambria Boro 1 CONC ugh), Cambria Co., PA; d. Mar 15, 1990, Altoona, Blair Co., PA. 1 CONT More About WALTER V. BYRNE, REV.: 1 CONT Burial: St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church Cem., Cresson, Cambria Co 1 CONC ., PA 1 CONT Medical Information: Died Altoona Hosp. 1 CONT Occupation: Chaplain at Cresson State Tuberculosis Sanatorium; Instruct 1 CONC or at Altoona Catholic HS. 1 CONT Ordination: Jun 15, 1935 1 CONT Residence: Garvey Manor, Hollidaysburg, Blair Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Priesthood 15 Jun 1935 1 CONT In a letter dated 12 Sep 1935 stated: 1 CONT "My grandfather Scott William Byrne whose mother I think was a Weakla 1 CONC nd -- As the story goe s that is where the Indian Blood comes from. Th 1 CONC is is as far back as I can recall--- 1 CONT John Byrne who emigrated or his son John must be the one buried at Harts S 1 CONC leeping Place nea r Benedict. Possibly I remember as a lad going with my f 1 CONC ather and Gradnfather & Emmett Byrn e from Hastings to fix up the gra 1 CONC ve or graves there. There is a grave marker there of a Joh n Byrne." 1 CONT 1 CONT From: marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Subject: Michael Byrnes, m Gertrude Nagle [s Scott Wm Byrnes and Emma Litz 1 CONC inger] 1 CONT Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2005 13:01:17 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, Thursday, December 6, 1951 1 CONT 1 CONT SPANGLER FATHER OF TWO PRIESTS DIES 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael Byrnes, age 63, a retired coal miner, died Friday [November 27, 19 1 CONC 51] in the Spangler Hospital. 1 CONT He was born in Ashville on March 8, 1888, the son of [Scott] William and E 1 CONC mma (Litzinger) Byrnes. He married Gertrude Nagle who died March 3, 194 1 CONC 9. He is survived by the following children: 1 CONT Rev. Fr. Robert, Kansas City; 1 CONT Rev. Fr. Walter Byrnes, Catholic Chaplin at the Cresson Sanitarium; 1 CONT Michael D., Swissvale [Pittsburgh]; 1 CONT Louis E., Spangler; 1 CONT Paul, Spangler. 1 CONT He was the brother of: 1 CONT Sr. Mary Monica, of Danville; and 1 CONT Mrs. Molly Thomas, Carrolltown. 1 CONT The funeral mass was held at St. Patrick's Church and burial was in the Ho 1 CONC ly Cross Cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: I typed this from notes. Notice the Burn-Burns-Byrne-Byrnes versio 1 CONC ns of the name. You should consider all spellings possible spellings for m 1 CONC embers of this family. 1 CONT Fr. Walter is the chaplain of the Cresson Sanitarium, which we were discus 1 CONC sing. 0 @I0558@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Marianna/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Germany 1 FAMS @F0319@ 0 @I0559@ INDI 1 NAME Burgess Adam /Stoltz/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Germany 1 FAMS @F0161@ 0 @I0560@ INDI 1 NAME Ellen Elizabeth /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 JUL 1960 1 FAMC @F0072@ 0 @I0561@ INDI 1 NAME Benno /Stich/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 APR 1873 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 APR 1918 1 FAMS @F0256@ 0 @I0562@ INDI 1 NAME Walburg // 1 SEX F 1 NOTE @NI0562@ 0 @NI0562@ NOTE 1 CONC The Daily TribuneJohnstown,PASaturdaySeptember 13, 1902Walburg, wife of Bu 1 CONC rgess Adam Sto ltz of Carrolltown, died at her home in this place Thursd 1 CONC ay morning, September 11, 1902, of c omplications of diseases, in the sixt 1 CONC y-third year of her age.Deceased, whose maiden name wa s Carl, was bo 1 CONC rn in Germany and came to America at the age of eleven years, her paren 1 CONC ts locat ing in Indiana County. Later they moved to Carrolltown, whe 1 CONC re in 1855, the subject of these l ines were united in marriage with Ad 1 CONC am Stoltz. To this union fourteen children were born, ele ven of whom a 1 CONC re living as follows: C.L. Stoltz, of Carroltown; Annie wife of John Murph 1 CONC y, an d Edward, Frank, and Theresa, wife of Edward Hafer, all of Philadelp 1 CONC hia; Rose, wife of John G utwald, of Carrolltown; John, of Carroll Townshi 1 CONC p; Kate, at home; Henry, of Carrolltown; Mart ha, wife of Gilbert Byrne 1 CONC s, of Barnesboro, and Dennis at home. John Hafer, of Boswell, is a n adopt 1 CONC ed son. Mrs. Stoltz is also survived by the following brothers and sister 1 CONC s: Barney Car l, of Hastings; Mrs Lawrence Stich, of Altoona; Mrs. Walbu 1 CONC rg Geus of Hastings; Mrs. Frank Gra ssberger, of Virginia, and Mrs. Robe 1 CONC rt Webster, of Altoona.The funeral took place this morin g after a requi 1 CONC em mass in St. Benedict's Church, Carrolltown. Interment was made in the c 1 CONC ongr egation's cemetery. 0 @I0563@ INDI 1 NAME Charles /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE MAR 1886 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Niagra Falls 1 FAMC @F0041@ 0 @I0564@ INDI 1 NAME Franz /Schrot/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1868 1 FAMC @F0116@ 0 @I0565@ INDI 1 NAME Karen /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 APR 1948 1 FAMS @F0267@ 1 FAMC @F0006@ 1 NOTE @NI0565@ 0 @NI0565@ NOTE 1 CONC From: EdwardByrnes@@comcast.net 1 CONT To: crumbbum6@@verizon.net 1 CONT CC: Crumbbum6@@msn.com; crumbbum6@@aol.com 1 CONT Subject: Hi Karen! 1 CONT Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 07:11:26 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT Hey Karen! 1 CONT 1 CONT How's it going? I have cabin fever way to early in the winter. This is al 1 CONC so the snowiest winter we have had in a long time. We have about 14 inch 1 CONC es of snow which is piled about 3 feet high by the driveway and sidewal 1 CONC ks where I shovel. It hasn't been melting either. Winston goes out a 1 CONC nd is up to his shoulders in snow in the back yard. 1 CONT 1 CONT On top of that Janet is on a cruise with her sister and has been gone 5 da 1 CONC ys out of 9, I pick her and her sister up at the airport on Sunday. They h 1 CONC ad tried to get a "ladies only" cruise going, no one signed up, so they we 1 CONC nt together. 1 CONT 1 CONT I've been working on the genealogy. Check out the new entries to the Byrne 1 CONC sville site at: http://www.neterm.net/Byrnesville.html 1 CONT There are a number of new entries there. 1 CONT 1 CONT I need some verification. When we were all at your dad's house last I to 1 CONC ok some pictures of pictures and need verification. Is the following a pic 1 CONC ture of your grandparents on your mom's side, Anthony and Elizabeth? I don 1 CONC 't want to put them in the database unless I know for sure. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thanks and let me know what's happening. 1 CONT 1 CONT The best, 1 CONT Ed 1 CONT 1 CONT Ed, 1 CONT What a wonderful job! Wow! You are terrific at building and writing f 1 CONC or the website! 1 CONT Very Impressive! 1 CONT 1 CONT Yes, the photo's are of my maternal grandparents. You can see my Mom a 1 CONC nd Aunt Gigi look like my Grandmother. My Grandfather Anthony, was the so 1 CONC le owner of a bar and restaurant, "The Ideal Place." My Grandmother w 1 CONC as a Teacher of Fine Arts in Italy. Together they had nine children. 1 CONT When we were little kids, I always thought I was adopted. You guys all h 1 CONC ad blonde hair and blue eyes. I was the little dark eyed and hair ki 1 CONC d. As a matter of fact; I have so much hair....maybe God gave me some ha 1 CONC ir of the dog??? sickie.... 1 CONT Love ya, 1 CONT Cuzzie 1 CONT P. S. Cruises are not my thing either.... I keep hearing of the giant sn 1 CONC ow storms you are having and think how lucky your are!!! Remember h 1 CONC ow we used to love the snow when we were little in Barnesboro. In the ear 1 CONC ly to mid fifties we had tons....of snow! Those were the good 'ole day 1 CONC s. Our mittens, socks, scarves, hats and coats would dry on the radiator 1 CONC s! The hot chocolate was the best. I will never forget when I was sled r 1 CONC iding on Dorko's hill across from Terizzi's. I went right down the hill a 1 CONC nd into the big creek behind Brown's garage. Eddie Serafin pulled me o 1 CONC ut and then I walked all the way home soaking wet! What a dope! Pls gi 1 CONC ve Winston a 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC ------ 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0566@ INDI 1 NAME Joannae (Jane or Joan) /Howel/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0044@ 0 @I0567@ INDI 1 NAME Gilbert Valentine /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 APR 1876 2 PLAC Barnesboro, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 OCT 1935 2 PLAC Holy Cross Spangler Borough, PA 1 FAMS @F0145@ 1 FAMC @F0144@ 1 NOTE @NI0567@ 0 @NI0567@ NOTE 1 CONC From Cambria Freeman, February 5, 1904, Cambria County, PA 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro 1 CONT 1 CONT Work about the mines is very dull. 1 CONT John Burns has joined Mort Cline's one-piece orchestra. 1 CONT Barnesboro has 62 business places including all the different 1 CONT commercial enterprises. 1 CONT Herbert Goodrum's restaurant has been robbed again. This makes the 1 CONT third time Herbert has been robbed in six weeks. It looks like Herbert 1 CONT is easy. 1 CONT The Barnesboro bowling team went over to Gallitzin on the 20th to 1 CONT roll a few games and the boys of Gallitzin gave the Barnesboro boys the 1 CONT bumps in proper style. 1 CONT J. M. Weakland of Chest Springs is visiting his brother of the Globe 1 CONT Hotel and is telling the boys the latest Chest Spring Ghost stories and 1 CONT what terrible snowdrifts they have in the county. 1 CONT Barnesboro, Jan. 29: John Hubert, the well known Globe Hotel 1 CONT bartender resigned recently and is now doing bar duty at Hastings. 1 CONT Henry Mannon succeeded Mr. Hubert at the Globe. 1 CONT Charles Luther has parted with his whiskers. This saves M. C. 1 CONT Weakland the price of a tailor made suit of clothes as Mr. Weakland had 1 CONT agreed to get Charley the suit should he let this whiskers rush till 1 CONT spring. Charley claims it's his girls' fault. 1 CONT Phil Bender's educated poll parrot made its escape from its cage one 1 CONT morning recently and was found in a clump of thick woods near Keith 1 CONT hollow by Zeek Weakland and Jim Wheeler. Before they saw the parrot 1 CONT they could hear it yelling, "One at a time, gentleman! Fair play! 1 CONT Fair play!" To Weakland's and Wheeler's surprise they found three big 1 CONT crows picking the life out of the poor poll. The crows made their 1 CONT escape but Bender is happy. 1 CONT The following are persons nominated for offices in South district, 1 CONT Susquehanna township: 1 CONT Judge of election, G. V. Byrne 1 CONT Inspector, J. T. Miller 1 CONT Justice of the peace, J. C. Williams 1 CONT Auditor, J. A. Bearer 1 CONT Supervisors, E. M. Davis and Charles Miller 1 CONT Assessor, W. E. Lantzy 1 CONT School directors, L. J. Bearer and Mike Cline 1 CONT Township clerk, C. J. Williams 1 CONT Register assessor, F. J. Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Occupation Hotel Business 1 CONT A boarder George Coats from England was living with the Gilbert Valenti 1 CONC ne Byrne's family. H e was a coalminer. 1900 Census Susquehanna Twp 1 CONT 1 CONT Johnstown Tribune, 1937 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro, Oct 27 - Bert (Gilbert) Byrnes, aged 61, whose father, the la 1 CONC te Thomas 1 CONT Byrnes, founded Byrnesville, Cambria County, died last night at his ho 1 CONT in Barnesboro, following an illness of a complication of diseases. 1 CONT 1 CONT His father, who was interested in the coal business in northern Cambria Co 1 CONC unty for many years, died five years ago. Bert Byrnes is survived by h 1 CONC is widow, Mrs. Martha (Stoltz) Byrnes, and these children: Mrs. Frank Mor 1 CONC ley, Mrs. Ray Yingling, Orlando; 1 CONT Lavanis, Alvin, Louise, Paul and Marjorie Byrnes, all of Barnesboro. He 1 CONT was a brother of M. A. Byrnes and Mrs. O. J. Richards, both of Barnesbor 1 CONC o; Mrs. 1 CONT Amanda Hite of Cresson; E. R. Byrnes of Barnesboro, W. H. Byrnes and Mr 1 CONC s. Leonard 1 CONT Burns, both of Altoona. 1 CONT 1 CONT Surviving also are six grandchildren. Funeral services will be conduct 1 CONC ed Friday morning in St. Edward's Catholic Church here. Interment wi 1 CONC ll be in the Holy Cross Cemetery in Spangler, under the direction of Jo 1 CONC hn R. Easly, Spangler mortician. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ==== PACAMBRI Mailing List ==== 1 CONT Looking for a specific email? Visit the email archives: 1 CONT http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/listsearch.pl?list=PACAMBRI 0 @I0568@ INDI 1 NAME Jeanette Marie /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 JUL 1948 2 PLAC Spangler PA 1 FAMS @F0122@ 1 FAMC @F0072@ 1 NOTE @NI0568@ 0 @NI0568@ NOTE 1 CONC Information from 1 CONT Jeanette Byrnes Mailloux 1 CONT 165 Westmeath Drive 1 CONT Moore, SC 29369 1 CONT Recieved by Ed Byrnes 26 March 2005 0 @I0569@ INDI 1 NAME Molly /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0512@ 1 FAMC @F0041@ 0 @I0570@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Miller/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0067@ 0 @I0571@ INDI 1 NAME George S. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 APR 1962 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0105@ 0 @I0572@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F1076@ 1 FAMC @F0085@ 0 @I0573@ INDI 1 NAME Helen T. /Driskel/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 MAY 1926 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 OCT 1986 1 FAMS @F0310@ 1 FAMC @F0197@ 0 @I0574@ INDI 1 NAME Ernest /Hugney/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 JUL 1890 2 PLAC Frenchville, Clearfield County, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 OCT 1968 2 PLAC Frenchville, Clearfield County, PA 1 FAMS @F0094@ 0 @I0575@ INDI 1 NAME Cecilia /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1843 1 DEAT 2 DATE ABT 1877 1 FAMS @F0682@ 1 FAMC @F0106@ 0 @I0576@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0108@ 0 @I0577@ INDI 1 NAME Mary M. /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1839 1 FAMC @F0076@ 0 @I0578@ INDI 1 NAME Ella Mae /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 JUN 1900 2 PLAC Susquehanna Township, Cambria, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 JAN 1984 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0004@ 1 FAMC @F0144@ 1 NOTE @NI0578@ 0 @NI0578@ NOTE 1 CONC ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ************ 1 CONT Letter to Edward A. Byrnes from Ella Mae Byrnes Burns March 1, 1980: 1 CONT 1 CONT Dear Edward 1 CONT I am sorry that I can't give you more information concerning the Byrn 1 CONC es family. 1 CONT Bill and I keep in touch with each other by phone. He lives in Barnesbo 1 CONC ro with his wife both in middle 80's. 1 CONT I live in Altoona alone, I am 79, but have been able to get to Mass eve 1 CONC ry morning unelss the weather is too bad. 1 CONT My 3 children married. jean is a dietician at the Altoona hospital a 1 CONC nd Leonard lives in Bellwood manager of Servomation. 1 CONT Jim is out of town lives in Scranton, director of food at the Universi 1 CONC ty of Scranton. 1 CONT Have 14 grandchildren. 1 CONT Love to all 1 CONT Ella Mae 1 CONT ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ************ 1 CONT 1 CONT ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ************ 1 CONT Letter to Edward A. Byrnes from Ella Mae Byrnes Burns Dec. 8, 1981: 1 CONT 1 CONT Dear Edward - It was so nice to hear from you. I had a picture of Moth 1 CONC er & Father together, right now the photographer has it, do hop he wi 1 CONC ll be able to take care of it, if so he will send it to you, his name is T 1 CONC homas Lyman, he lives next door to Jean at 1320 21st Ave 1 CONT I am no getting around as fast as I use to since I had my 80th birthd 1 CONC ay in June 1 CONT Still get to Mass every morning as I live close to the church 1 CONT and live alone in a big house do a lot of baking and cooking 1 CONT I have 14 grandchildren 10 boys and 4 girls and they are all so good to m 1 CONC e. 1 CONT Jean is the dietician at the Altoona Hospital has two girls and 2 boys. 1 CONT Jim is director of food at the University of Scranton has 5 boys and 1 g 1 CONC irl 1 CONT Leonard is the mangager of Servomation in Bellwood and has 3 boys a 1 CONC nd 1 girl 1 CONT Would like to hear about your family 1 CONT Wish you sucess in your project. 1 CONT Love 1 CONT Ella Mae 1 CONT ************************************************************************** 1 CONC ************ 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0579@ INDI 1 NAME Mark Russell /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 OCT 1981 1 FAMC @F0079@ 0 @I0580@ INDI 1 NAME Alice Susan /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 SEP 1951 1 FAMS @F0056@ 1 FAMC @F0072@ 0 @I0581@ INDI 1 NAME Josephine /Castranova/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 JUN 1927 2 PLAC Hastings, PA 1 FAMS @F0074@ 0 @I0582@ INDI 1 NAME Robert C. /Bracken/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 JAN 1939 2 PLAC Barnesboro, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 FEB 1999 2 PLAC Belsano 1 FAMS @F0112@ 0 @I0583@ INDI 1 NAME Rita Marie /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 DEC 1926 1 NOTE @NI0583@ 0 @NI0583@ NOTE 1 CONC became Sr. M Monica IHM 1 CONT was in Williamport, PA 0 @I0584@ INDI 1 NAME John /Luther/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0051@ 1 FAMC @F0084@ 1 NOTE @NI0584@ 0 @NI0584@ NOTE 1 CONC only possible: 1 CONT 1860 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about John Luther 1 CONT Name: John Luther 1 CONT Age in 1860: 59 1 CONT Birth Year: abt 1801 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Home in 1860: Carrolltown, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Gender: Male 1 CONT Post Office: Carrolltown 1 CONT Value of real estate: View Image 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT John Luther 59 1 CONT Mary A Luther 56 1 CONT Mary E Luther 22 1 CONT Chrysostum Luther 21 1 CONT Catharine V Luther 14 1 CONT 1 CONT only possible: 1 CONT 1850 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about John Luther 1 CONT Name: John Luther 1 CONT Age: 45 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1805 1 CONT Birth Place: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Gender: Male 1 CONT Home in 1850(City,County,State): Carrolltown, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT Ann Luther 22 1 CONT Augustoni Luther 22 1 CONT Catherine J Luther 6 1 CONT Cosostan Luther 9 1 CONT Henry Luther 24 1 CONT John Luther 15 1 CONT John Luther 45 1 CONT Lucinda Luther 17 1 CONT Mary A Luther 45 1 CONT Mary E Luther 1 1 CONT Matilda Luther 13 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0585@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes Clothilde /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 JAN 1847 1 FAMC @F0111@ 0 @I0586@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Rachel /Cunningham/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 APR 1841 2 PLAC Cambria County PA 1 FAMS @F0068@ 0 @I0587@ INDI 1 NAME Alvin A. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE APR 1879 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 MAY 1908 2 PLAC St. Benedict's 1 FAMC @F0039@ 0 @I0588@ INDI 1 NAME Cordelia M. /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE APR 1885 1 FAMS @F0506@ 1 FAMC @F0039@ 0 @I0589@ INDI 1 NAME Susan /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 FEB 1855 2 PLAC Byrnesville, Susq. Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 FEB 1941 2 PLAC Spangler Hospital, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0147@ 1 FAMC @F0200@ 1 NOTE @NI0589@ 0 @NI0589@ NOTE 1 CONC Hello Ed. I came across your Byrne geneolgy site, and got some good 1 CONT dates there, thanks. I thought perhaps you would 1 CONT want a picture of Susan Byrne Miller, my gg grandmother. I've attached 1 CONT it to this email. It is a five generation photo, and 1 CONT the women are, clockwise from top left, Margaret Susan Ager Reffner, 1 CONT Julia DeLarre, Mary Alice Reffner DeLarre, Susan Byrne 1 CONT Miller, and Annie E. Miller Ager. 1 CONT 1 CONT It's rare to have a photo like this, so I like to share it when I can. 1 CONT Enjoy! 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary Anne (Link) Matyaz 1 CONT 1 CONT Researching Link, Reffner, Ager, Cronauer 0 @I0590@ INDI 1 NAME Angeline C. /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE APR 1883 1 FAMS @F0505@ 1 FAMC @F0039@ 0 @I0591@ INDI 1 NAME John M. /Weakland/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 MAR 1798 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 JUL 1882 1 FAMS @F0040@ 1 FAMC @F0314@ 1 NOTE @NI0591@ 0 @NI0591@ NOTE 1 CONC 1860 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about John Weakland 1 CONT Name: John Weakland 1 CONT Age in 1860: 61 1 CONT Birth Year: abt 1799 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Home in 1860: Carrolltown, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Gender: Male 1 CONT Post Office: Carrolltown 1 CONT Value of real estate: View Image 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT John Weakland 61 1 CONT Isaac Weakland 28 1 CONT Mary A Weakland 26 1 CONT Agnes Nagle 12 1 CONT Elizabeth Hamerley 4 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 United States Federal Census 1 CONT about John Weakland 1 CONT Name: John Weakland 1 CONT Estimated Birth Year: abt 1800 1 CONT Age in 1870: 70 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Home in 1870: Carroll, Cambria, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Gender: Male 1 CONT Value of real estate: View Image 1 CONT Post Office: Munster 1 CONT Household Members: Name Age 1 CONT John Weakland 70 1 CONT Mary A Weakland 40 1 CONT Agnes Nagle 22 1 CONT Elizabeth Hamry 13 1 CONT Andrew Geis 12 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From: Marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Subject: Re: [PaCambri] Isaac Weakland 1 CONT Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2005 16:58:07 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Dear Jan, 1 CONT Thank you for the information. 1 CONT I told Joan that when I go to England this summer to visit my daughte 1 CONC r, I would go to the records office. Trouble is, we have no idea whe 1 CONC re in England, or Ireland, they came from. I would guess they came from o 1 CONC ne of the Calvert estates, but I don't know how to find out where they ar 1 CONC e. As far as Joan knows, no one has traced the Weaklands back to England. 1 CONT Marilyn 1 CONT 1 CONT In a message dated 2/8/2005 4:37:25 PM Eastern Standard Time, JSanc45161 w 1 CONC rites: 1 CONT 1 CONT >I have as the parents of Isaac Weakland: 1 CONT >John M. Weakland born March 13, 1798 Maryland , died July 13, 1882 Carro 1 CONC ll 1 CONT >Twp., Cambria Co., PA, and Mary Ann Litzinger born 1798 PA died Se 1 CONC pt 3, 1 CONT >1850 Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA.. Both are buried in St. Joseph's Ceme 1 CONC tery 1 CONT >Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT > So far I have only found them in the 1850 census in Carroll twp, Cambr 1 CONC ia 1 CONT >co., PA. Haven't connected to any parents as yet. 1 CONT >Hope this helps. 1 CONT > Joan 1 CONT >(JSanc45161@@aol.com) 1 CONT > 1 CONT >Thanks for putting all those obits online, helps fill in a lot of blank 1 CONC s. 1 CONT > 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From Jane Tripp, her research in Ledox 1 CONT 1 CONT Fifth child of John Weakland & Catherine Jackson – JOHN WEAKLAND JR. 1 CONT 1 CONT John Weakland Jr. (1798-1882) married Mary Ann Litzinger (daughter of Simo 1 CONC n) in 1822. After Mary Ann died in 1850, John ran the family farm with Isa 1 CONC ac (his son?) and daughter Mary Ann. By 1870, with almost half his mon 1 CONC ey gone, his household was daughter Mary Ann, 2 domestic servants and 12 y 1 CONC ear old Andrew Geis, working the farm. Perhaps John gave his money awa 1 CONC y, or perhaps daughter Mary Ann knew how to spend it. His last years we 1 CONC re spent with his other daughter, in the Jacob Byrne & Mary Weakland house 1 CONC hold. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT John Weakland Jr's records: 1 CONT 1 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: WEAKLAND, Eliza Anna of Peter & Theresa [Adams], 1 CONT 1 CONT 5 Mar 1820, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp:Joannes Weakland Jr & Anna Lutzinger 1 CONT 1 CONT If Anna is Mary Ann Litzinger, daughter of Simon, these baptismal sponso 1 CONC rs later married in 1822. 1 CONT 1 CONT Peter Weakland is John's brother. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: WEAKLAND, Michael of William & Airy, 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Jan 1821, St.Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland Jr & Elizabeth Maguire, d/o Lucas DAG 1 CONT 1 CONT Michael Weakland is John's brother. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: LONG, Maria Anna of Andreae & Elizabeth, 1 CONT 1 CONT 8 Jun 1823, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland Jr & Mara Anna Lutzinger, w/o Simon 1 CONT 1 CONT I have no information on this Long family. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: LILLY, Lucia Anna of Thomae & Catharinae, 1 CONT 1 CONT 6 Feb 1825, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland Jr & Anna Weakland, his wife DAG 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: LONG, Elizabeth Sara of Andreae & Elizabethae, 1 CONT 1 CONT 3 Aug 1828, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland Jr. & Sara Lutzinger, d/o Leonardus 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: BURLEY, Simon Alexander of Guilhelmi & Catharinae, 1 CONT 1 CONT 10 Oct 1830, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Joannes Weakland & Maria Anna Weakland DAG 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: FLANEGAN, Anna Margar. of Petri & Marg., 1 CONT 1 CONT 14 Oct 1838, St. Joseph, Hart's Sleeping Place, Cambria Co PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Joh. Weakland & Marianna Weakland PHL [Peter H Lemke] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: COLTER, Margar. Eleanora of Alexandri & Mariae Anna, 1 CONT 1 CONT 24 May 1838, St. Joseph's, Hart's Sleeping Place, Carroll Twp., Cambria Co 1 CONC ., PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: John Weakland & Maria Anna Weakland PHL 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Baptismal Sponsor: BARNIKLE, Joannes Eduard of Philippi & Marg.[Gelaspy 1 CONT 1 CONT 26 May 1838, St. Joseph's, Hart's Sleeping Place, Carroll Twp., Cambria Co 1 CONC ., PA. Joannes Barnikle b. in Susquehanna Twp., Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Joh. Weakland & Marg. Anna Weakland PHL 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: Marg. Anna could be Mary Ann Weakland, w/o John. Possible transcript 1 CONC ion error or typo. 1 CONT 1 CONT One Marg. Weakland is Margaret Dougherty, w/o John of Spruce Creek (Jo 1 CONC hn of Spruce Creek is s/o Zephaniah). This Margaret would be 48 yrs o 1 CONC ld at the time of this baptism. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT John Weakland Jr. married Mary Ann Litzinger on 9 May 1822 at St. Michael' 1 CONC s, Loretto, Cambria Co. PA 1 CONT 1 CONT Mar wi: omitted 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of John Weakland Jr. and Mary Ann Litzinger: 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Daughter Maria Emelia Weakland was baptized 8 June 1823, St. Michael's, Lo 1 CONC retto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Guilhelmus Weakland, son of Joannes & Aeria Weakland, his wife 1 CONT 1 CONT I have this Amalia Weakland marrying Jacob Byrne on 11 Feb 1851 at St. Ben 1 CONC edict's, Carrolltown, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT mar wi: Andreas Farrell & Apolonia Weakland 1 CONT 1 CONT I looked around a bit for Apolonia Weakland, but did not find her in the c 1 CONC ensus. I don't know if she is a wife of a Weakland or a daughter of a Weak 1 CONC land. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Daughter Mary Ann Weakland was baptized 12 June 1825, St. Michael's, Loret 1 CONC to, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Samuel Weakland & Maria Brawley 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary Ann Weakland is listed as single in a few Cambria Co., PA census reco 1 CONC rds. 1 CONT 1 CONT No further information. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Son Simon Augustine Weakland was baptized 22 July 1827, St. Michael's, Lor 1 CONC etto, Cambria Co. PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: Simon Weakland & Magdalena Little 1 CONT 1 CONT I have this Simon Weakland marrying Mary Magdalen Byrne on 2 April 18 1 CONC 50 at St. Joseph's, Hart's Sleeping Place, Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT mar wi: Henricus Byrns & Amalia Weakland [Amalia Weakland is sister to Sim 1 CONC on. She was witness to this marriage less than a year before she married J 1 CONC acob Byrne ] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Son Isaac Weakland was b cir 1829. No baptismal records in Ledoux., b 1 CONC ut he is in the 1850 census living with John & Mary A Weakland. 1 CONT 1 CONT I have this Isaac Weakland marrying Margaret Bock on 23 April 1861, St. Be 1 CONC nedict, Carrolltown, Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT mar wi: Jacobo Kirkpatrick & Agnete Burns 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Son Peter Weakaland was born cir 1832. No baptismal records in Ledoux, b 1 CONC ut he is in the 1850 census living with John & Mary A Weakland. 1 CONT 1 CONT I have this Peter Weakland in Cambria Co, associated with a Margaret Hamer 1 CONC ley. In later census records he is found in Clay Co., Iowa 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Son Stephen Andrew Weakland was baptized 13 March 1836, St. Joseph's, Hart 1 CONC 's Sleeping Place, Carroll Twp., Cambria Co., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT bap gp: John Campbell & Susanna Campbell 1 CONT 1 CONT I have this Stephen A Weakland moving from Cambria Co to eventually to Cla 1 CONC rke Co., Iowa. In 1862, he married Nancy Elizabeth Short. They had sever 1 CONC al children. 1 CONT 0 @I0592@ INDI 1 NAME Nancy Ann /Driskel/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0663@ 0 @I0593@ INDI 1 NAME John /McGuire/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0026@ 0 @I0594@ INDI 1 NAME Ignatz /Schrodt/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 NOV 1798 2 PLAC Ober-Lindewiese 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 OCT 1866 2 PLAC Nieder-Lindewiese Nr. 47 1 FAMS @F0091@ 1 FAMC @F0325@ 0 @I0595@ INDI 1 NAME Harriet "Henrica Joanna" /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 AUG 1864 1 FAMS @F0303@ 1 FAMC @F0366@ 1 NOTE @NI0595@ 0 @NI0595@ NOTE 1 CONC CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 461) 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 22:20:03 -0500 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-Id: <8C7B873C4CF8ADC-CBC-1137D@@MBLK-M12.sysops.aol.com> 1 CONT Subject: Some Byrnes 1 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Friday, May 14, 1909 1 CONT 1 CONT RAPHAEL BURNS 1 CONT Raphael [Francis] Burns, a former well known resident of this vicin 1 CONC ity died at the State Hospital at Dixmont [Dixmont Insane Asylum] at no 1 CONC on on Saturday [May 8, 1909], aged 53 years, 7 months, and 1 day. He h 1 CONC ad been a patient at the above institution for the past two years. [b 2 N 1 CONC ov 1855] 1 CONT He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT Cosmos, of this place, [Hastings]; [m Elizabeth Yeager, d 18 Oct 188 1 CONC 9] b 27 Feb 1852 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Stich, Carrolltown; [Sara Catherine] b 21 July 1861 1 CONT Mrs. Sylvester Buck, Elyria, Ohio; [Maria Amanda, m May 2, 1879]b 18 Se 1 CONC pt 1857 1 CONT Mrs. Morris Fitzgerald, of this place; [Jennie or Harriet Dora or Harri 1 CONC et Johanna]b 20 Aug 1864, m 2 May, 1879 1 CONT Scott, Carrolltown; [m Emma Litzinger]b 27 Sept 1850, d 23 May 1929 1 CONT Isidore [or Theodore Francis], Carrolltown. [Helena James, non-Catholic, B 1 CONC ellwood] b 28 Oct 1853 1 CONT [Not listed] John Francis, m Matilda Stich [can't find birth] 1 CONT The Remains were brought to the home of his sister, Mrs. Stich, at Ca 1 CONC rrolltown on Monday evening. The funeral services were conducted in St. B 1 CONC enedict's Catholic Church, at that place at 9:00 on Tuesday morning. Aft 1 CONC er the services, the remains were laid to rest in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Barnesboro Star, May 23, 1929 1 CONT Scott Byrne [bap William], age 70, died in Carrolltown on May 23, 182 1 CONC 9. He had been ill two years. [Deceased wife is Emma Litzinger] 1 CONT He is survived by a daughter and son: 1 CONT Mrs. Mallie Steich; and 1 CONT Michael, Spangler. 1 CONT He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: 1 CONT John, Altoona; 1 CONT Theodore, Ebensburg; 1 CONT Mrs. Jennie Fitzgerald, Ebensburg; and 1 CONT Mrs. Joseph Steich, Altoona. 1 CONT The funeral and burial were at St. Benedict. 0 @I0596@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Lou /Schrot/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 AUG 1943 1 FAMC @F0095@ 0 @I0597@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Kolesar/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0114@ 0 @I0598@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Rita/ 1 FAMC @F0135@ 0 @I0600@ INDI 1 NAME John /Miller/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1845 1 DEAT 2 DATE ABT 1899 2 PLAC Northern Cambria Co., PA 1 FAMS @F0147@ 0 @I0601@ INDI 1 NAME Lucinda Ann /Little/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 JUN 1825 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1834 1 FAMC @F0100@ 0 @I0602@ INDI 1 NAME John Herman /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 MAY 1871 1 FAMC @F0039@ 0 @I0603@ INDI 1 NAME James D. /McConnell/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0073@ 0 @I0604@ INDI 1 NAME Feidt /Wysong/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1755 1 DEAT 2 DATE AUG 1837 1 FAMS @F0393@ 1 FAMS @F0394@ 1 FAMC @F0198@ 0 @I0605@ INDI 1 NAME Adam William /Mailloux/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 JUL 1981 2 PLAC Spartenburg SC 1 FAMC @F0122@ 0 @I0606@ INDI 1 NAME Russ /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 MAR 1950 1 FAMS @F0079@ 1 FAMC @F0119@ 0 @I0607@ INDI 1 NAME Cindy Louise /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 MAY 1951 1 FAMS @F0034@ 1 FAMC @F0119@ 0 @I0608@ INDI 1 NAME Diane /Shakley/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 MAY 1955 1 FAMS @F0079@ 0 @I0609@ INDI 1 NAME /Kolesar/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0034@ 0 @I0610@ INDI 1 NAME Robby /Kolesar/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 DEC 1972 1 FAMC @F0034@ 0 @I0611@ INDI 1 NAME Annie E. /Miller/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1877 1 FAMS @F0148@ 1 FAMC @F0147@ 0 @I0612@ INDI 1 NAME Johnathan /Kolesar/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 JUN 1974 1 FAMC @F0034@ 0 @I0613@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas Francis /Kolesar/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 APR 1977 1 FAMC @F0034@ 0 @I0614@ INDI 1 NAME Curtis Russel /Kolesar/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 DEC 1983 1 FAMC @F0034@ 0 @I0615@ INDI 1 NAME Christopher /Kolesar/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 SEP 1986 1 FAMC @F0034@ 0 @I0616@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Waidler/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 APR 1970 1 FAMS @F0047@ 0 @I0617@ INDI 1 NAME Maggie Marie /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 JAN 1996 1 FAMC @F0237@ 0 @I0618@ INDI 1 NAME Harry /Waidler/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 MAY 1998 1 FAMC @F0237@ 0 @I0619@ INDI 1 NAME Stephanie /Masek/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 OCT 1954 1 FAMS @F0080@ 0 @I0620@ INDI 1 NAME Eric Michael /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 JUN 1984 1 FAMC @F0080@ 0 @I0621@ INDI 1 NAME Katie Lynn /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 APR 1986 1 FAMC @F0080@ 0 @I0622@ INDI 1 NAME Edward /Ager/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0148@ 0 @I0623@ INDI 1 NAME Jennifer Joan /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 AUG 1982 1 FAMC @F0080@ 0 @I0624@ INDI 1 NAME Jeanine /Formadel/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 JAN 1964 1 FAMS @F0048@ 0 @I0625@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah Elizabeth /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 MAR 1992 1 FAMC @F0048@ 0 @I0626@ INDI 1 NAME Matthew Donald /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 NOV 1993 1 FAMC @F0048@ 0 @I0627@ INDI 1 NAME Brandan /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 NOV 1999 1 FAMC @F0048@ 0 @I0628@ INDI 1 NAME Mitchell /Torres/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 JUL 1957 1 FAMS @F0125@ 0 @I0629@ INDI 1 NAME Joshua William /Torres/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 DEC 1981 1 FAMC @F0125@ 0 @I0630@ INDI 1 NAME Jacob Mitchell /Torres/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 MAY 1983 1 FAMC @F0125@ 0 @I0631@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Pauline /Hayes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 MAY 1894 2 PLAC Spangler PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 DEC 1965 2 PLAC Miners Hospital, Spangler PA 1 FAMS @F0090@ 1 FAMC @F0218@ 0 @I0632@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ida /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 AUG 1922 2 PLAC Hastings PA 1 FAMS @F0221@ 1 FAMC @F0090@ 0 @I0633@ INDI 1 NAME Jacob /Miller/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0147@ 0 @I0634@ INDI 1 NAME Lerman D. /Miller/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1885 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 MAY 1960 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery, Spangler PA 1 FAMS @F0149@ 1 FAMC @F0147@ 0 @I0635@ INDI 1 NAME Clara M. /Miller/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0149@ 0 @I0636@ INDI 1 NAME Merle J. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 JAN 1921 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 JAN 1921 2 PLAC Ebensburg, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 MAY 1983 2 PLAC St. Michael's Cemetery, Loretto PA 1 FAMS @F0186@ 1 FAMC @F0153@ 1 NOTE @NI0636@ 0 @NI0636@ NOTE 1 CONC 1 CONT BYRNE, Merle J. 9 Jan 1921 2 May 1983 WWII, h/o Pauline A., s/o Harvey & C 1 CONC aroline (COONS/KOONTZ) (H/O) 1 CONT BYRNE, Pauline A. (KOONTZ) 3 Nov 1920 w/o Merle J. (H) 1 CONT 1 CONT Documentation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Information provided by Lisa Baker 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a 1 CONT tool to promote further research and should NOT be considered as verifi 1 CONC ed proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were 1 CONT used to obtain as many names as possible of people buried at St. Michael's 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 1 CONT FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 1 CONT FR - family record / genealogy 6) N 1 CONT - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 MAY 19 1 CONC 28 Memorial Day newspapers, 1 CONT listed war service and cemetery where buried). Didn't always find a headst 1 CONC one to correspond to the 1 CONT newspaper article, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on the 1 CONC ir headstone shows up in a 1 CONT newspaper article. 1 CONT 1 CONT DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1293 1 CONC 475 1 CONT (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individuals ma 1 CONC king the entries in the death 1 CONT registers would only list a number in the age column. In this document, t 1 CONC he ???? reference was mostly 1 CONT shown when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list 1 CONT a year if a child only lived a month. However, given the fact that oft 1 CONC en a number of entries would only 1 CONT indicate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is 1 CONT meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 1 CONT LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1 CONT 1793-1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bou 1 CONC nd pastors to keeping sacramental 1 CONT records. Since records of burial did not fall into this category, they we 1 CONC re all too frequently ignored by 1 CONT the pastors. 1 CONT 1 CONT K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", whi 1 CONC ch contains early 1 CONT baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this book was a register of d 1 CONC eaths, covering the period 1 CONT November 17, 1793 to October 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this informat 1 CONC ion from church records and 1 CONT headstones at St. Michael. 1 CONT 1 CONT Social Security Death Index 1 CONT about Merle Byrne 1 CONT Name: Merle Byrne 1 CONT SSN: 190-12-5591 1 CONT Last Residence: 15940 Loretto, Cambria, Pennsylvania, United States of Am 1 CONC erica 1 CONT Born: 9 Jan 1921 1 CONT Died: May 1983 1 CONT State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951) 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0637@ INDI 1 NAME Rudolph /Miller/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0147@ 0 @I0638@ INDI 1 NAME Isabella /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 APR 1858 2 PLAC Susquehanna Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0021@ 1 FAMC @F0200@ 0 @I0639@ INDI 1 NAME Maria Anna Elizabeth "Betsy" /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 JUL 1818 2 PLAC Loretto Church Rec. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 JAN 1904 2 PLAC St. Bernard's Hastings, PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Joseph's Church 1 FAMC @F0001@ 1 NOTE @NI0639@ 0 @NI0639@ NOTE 1 CONC The following appeared in THE CAMBRIA FREEMAN, Ebensburg Penna. Janua 1 CONC ry 8, 1904 on 2nd page and 3rd column. 1 CONT Miss Elizabeth Byrne died in Hastings, January 1, 1904 from the infirmiti 1 CONC es of old age. She was 85 years and six months old. 1 CONT She was born July 2, 1818, and was baptized by Father Gallitzin at Lorett 1 CONC o. Her parents were then living at a place that was afterwards known as t 1 CONC he John Flick farm near Carrolltown. 1 CONT Her father, John Byrne, was born in Ireland and came to this country wi 1 CONC th his parents about the year 1793. In 1811, he ws married to Mary Ann Ben 1 CONC der, a daughter of John Jacob Bender, who with his family came from Westph 1 CONC alia, Germany, and settled near Loretto about one hundred years ago. 1 CONT John Byrne was one of the first settlers in Northern Cambria, having mov 1 CONC ed to Susquehanna Township nearly eighty years ago, when it was practical 1 CONC ly a wilderness. 1 CONT Elizabeth Byrne, although a cripple from childhood, led a life of usefulne 1 CONC ss and activity. She not only did her own house work and cared for an ag 1 CONC ed mother for many years, but sewed, spun, knit and quilted for her frien 1 CONC ds and neighbors. In recent years she lived with her niece, Mrs. Jane Dris 1 CONC kel of Hastings. 1 CONT One sister, Mrs. Agnes Campell, and two brothers, Jacob and Thomas preced 1 CONC ed her to the grave. One brother, Henry Byrne of Ebensburg survives her. 1 CONT Her funeral took place January 4, 1904 at 9’o’clock at St. Bernard’s Churc 1 CONC h, Hastings. Interment was at St. Joseph’s Church. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT See image of obit in scrapbook 1 CONT 1 CONT CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 52a) 1 CONT 1 CONT ========================================================================= 1 CONT Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2005 16:59:15 EST 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: PACAMBRI-L@@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Message-ID: <19d.2e684988.2f393eb3@@aol.com> 1 CONT Subject: Re: [PaCambri] Augustine "Gust" Miller, nephew of Elizabeth Byrne 1 CONC s 1 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT In a message dated 2/7/2005 3:55:23 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, 1 CONT Marilynkwash@@aol.com writes: 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Hastings, Pa.Friday, January 8, 1904 1 CONT 1 CONT ELIZABETH BYRNES DEAD:She Was A Cripple for Seventy-five Years 1 CONT 1 CONT Miss Elizabeth Byrnes, who made her home with her nephew, Gust Mille 1 CONC r, on 1 CONT Spangler Street [Hastings], this place, died at 12:24 New Yeaars of 1 CONT Complications incident to old age, at the age of 86 years and 6 months. 1 CONT She was born in Carrolltown, and at the age of twelve years became a 1 CONT cripple.... 1 CONT Burial was at St. Joseph's Church and Cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: Who was she? And who was her nephew, Augustine "Gust" Miller? 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT I have her as Mary Ann/Elizabeth Byrne, born 2 Jul 1818, Cambria Co 1 CONC ., PA and 1 CONT died 1 Jan 1904. She was the d.o. John Byrne, Jr. and Mary Ann Bende 1 CONC r. In 1 CONT 1870 Census, she lived with her mother in Susquehanna Twp., age 52, a hou 1 CONC se 1 CONT maid. 1 CONT 1 CONT DNF with Augustine Miller in the 1900 Census. 1 CONT 1 CONT Augustine Miller's wifes, sister-in-laws aunt. 1 CONT Augustine Miller married Agnes J. Lantzy. 1 CONT Agnes J. Lantzy was the brother of Simon P. Lantzy 1 CONT Simon P. Lantzy married Anastasia 'Anna S.' Byrne (Sister-in-law to Agn 1 CONC es 1 CONT Lantzy) 1 CONT Anastasia Byrne was the d.o. Jacob/James Byrne 1 CONT Jacob/James Byrne's s.o. Mary Ann/Elizabeth Byrne(Aunt to Anastasia Byrne 1 CONC ) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ______________________________ 1 CONT ------------------------------ 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 0 @I0640@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Byrne/ 2 SOUR @S01799@ 2 SOUR @S01764@ 2 SOUR @S01769@ 2 SOUR @S01770@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 AUG 1821 2 PLAC Loretto Church Rec. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 NOV 1906 1 BURI 2 PLAC Holy Name Cemetery, Ebensburg, , Pa 1 FAMS @F0387@ 1 FAMS @F0150@ 1 FAMC @F0001@ 1 NOTE @NI0640@ 0 @NI0640@ NOTE 1 CONC OBIT: BYRNE, Henry; 1906; Ebensburg, Cambria Cnty., PA 1 CONT 1 CONT Contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives by Patty Millich 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Copyright 2009. All rights reserved. 1 CONT http://www.usgwarchives.org/copyright.htm 1 CONT http://www.usgwarchives.org/pa/cambria/ 1 CONT _________________________________________ 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria Freeman 1 CONT Ebensburg, Pa. 1 CONT Friday, 23 Nov 1906 1 CONT Volume 40, Number 47 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Gone to His Last Reward 1 CONT Henry Byrne, One of East Ward's Oldest Citizens, Passes Peacefully Away Th 1 CONC ursday 1 CONT Morning 1 CONT 1 CONT Henry Byrne, one of Ebensburg's oldest and most respected citizens, di 1 CONC ed at his home in 1 CONT the East Ward Thursday morning at about six o'clock, aged 85 years, thr 1 CONC ee months and 1 CONT three days, his death being due to diseases incident to old age. 1 CONT 1 CONT Henry Byrne was born on the Simon Weakland farm in Susquehanna township, t 1 CONC his 1 CONT county, and was a son of John and Mary Ann Bender Byrne, who were well kno 1 CONC wn 1 CONT among the early settlers of northern Cambria County. John Byrne was tak 1 CONC en to the 1 CONT north of the county by his father when the former was about two years of a 1 CONC ge. They 1 CONT were members of the McGuire settlement at Loretto, having come there so 1 CONC on after the 1 CONT place had been first settled. From Loretto John Byrne with his family tra 1 CONC veled north to a 1 CONT spot which has since been known as "Hart's Sleeping Place," being so call 1 CONC ed from the 1 CONT fact that an Indian trader named Hart always made it his business to st 1 CONC op at this point 1 CONT and trade with the Indians as well as spend the night before resuming h 1 CONC is journey 1 CONT across the Alleghenies. 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Joseph's Catholic Church, an old land mark that is still preserved, w 1 CONC as erected at 1 CONT Hart's Sleeping Place about the year 1829 or 1830 and soon a thriving sett 1 CONC lement 1 CONT appeared in the midst of the vast wilderness. 1 CONT 1 CONT Among the most prominent and industrious of the people in this little sett 1 CONC lement was the 1 CONT Byrne family. It was at this point that Henry Byrne, the subject of th 1 CONC is notice, spent his 1 CONT boyhood days and in fact the greater portion of his life, laboring as a fa 1 CONC rmer. 1 CONT 1 CONT When Henry Byrne was a young man, he conducted a wayside grocery sto 1 CONC re at Plattville 1 CONT in Susquehanna township and later he moved his store to the Cross Roa 1 CONC ds in Carroll 1 CONT township. About fifty years ago he was united in marriage to Miss Mary A 1 CONC nn Bender 1 CONT [note that this is the same name given above as the woman married to Jo 1 CONC hn Byrne] and 1 CONT lived on the Byrne farm at Hart's Sleeping Place. After giving up the mer 1 CONC cantile 1 CONT business, Mr. Byrne followed farming until failing health and advanced a 1 CONC ge compelled 1 CONT him to retire from that occupation. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1866 Mr. Byrne was elected to the office of Director of the Poor whi 1 CONC ch he filled for 1 CONT one term. He later filled the offices of Constable and Justice of the Pea 1 CONC ce in Cambria 1 CONT Township. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1870 Mr. Byrne moved with his family from his Carroll township fa 1 CONC rm to Cambria 1 CONT Township where he owned and farmed the Elijah Marsh farm, one-half mile ea 1 CONC st of 1 CONT Ebensburg until 1880 when he retired from business and moved to the East w 1 CONC ard, 1 CONT Ebensburg, where he has since continued to reside and where his wife di 1 CONC ed twelve years 1 CONT ago. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Byrne was an upright citizen, a lifelong member of the Catholic Chur 1 CONC ch and in 1 CONT politics, a Democrat. He had many friends and commanded the respect of a 1 CONC ll who knew 1 CONT him. 1 CONT 1 CONT The deceased is survived by two sons and two daughters, as follows: Willi 1 CONC am H. Byrne 1 CONT of Vintondale; Edward Byrne of Pittsburg; Lucinda, wife of T. C. O'Donav 1 CONC an of 1 CONT Coraopolis, Pa., and Miss Ella, at home. One daughter, Emma Byrne, died a 1 CONC bout thirty 1 CONT years ago. 1 CONT 1 CONT The funeral services will take place at the Church of the Holy Name in Ebe 1 CONC nsburg on 1 CONT Saturday morning at ten o'clock, when a High Mass of Requiem will be celeb 1 CONC rated by the 1 CONT pastor, Father H. M. O'Neill, after which interment will be made in the ad 1 CONC joining 1 CONT cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT See image of obituary in scrapbook. 1 CONT 1 CONT From the CAMBRIA FREEMAN 1 CONT EBENSBURG, PA 1 CONT NOV 1899 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Henry Byrne and his daughter, Miss Ella, of this place, left on Tuesd 1 CONC ay morning for Pittsburg, where the latter will enter Mercy hospital for t 1 CONC he purpose of learning the profession of a trained nurse. Mr. Byrne will s 1 CONC pent the winter at Shousetown, Allegheny county, with his daughter, Mrs. O 1 CONC 'Donovan, of that place. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambria Freeman, Ebensburg, Pa. 1 CONT Friday, January 22, 1904 1 CONT Volume XXXVIII, Number 4 1 CONT 1 CONT Local Items 1 CONT 1 CONT T. L. McNamara is still confined to his home. 1 CONT A. J. Gutwald of Gallitzin was in town on Tuesday. 1 CONT Mrs. Margaret Tibbott has returned from Philadelphia. 1 CONT Ex-Judge Thomas has returned from a trip to Altoona. 1 CONT Jno. Evans of Vetera has purchased the Rocket store at Windber. 1 CONT Joseph Bengele of Gallitzin transacted business here on Wednesday. 1 CONT Miss Jane Keating of Wilmore is seriously ill with a dropsical 1 CONT affection. 1 CONT Services were held in the jail Friday afternoon by the local W. C. T. 1 CONT C. 1 CONT The condition of Miss Emma Craver of this place is still regarded as 1 CONT critical. 1 CONT Jno. Cunningham of Nantyglo transacted business in this place on 1 CONT Saturday. 1 CONT Hugh Brown on Thursday took charge of the Central Hotel in this 1 CONT place. 1 CONT Miss Blanche McDermitt of Johnstown is visiting at the home of M. D. 1 CONT Bearer. 1 CONT Anthony Rieger of Garman's Mills was visiting relatives in this place 1 CONT on Thursday. 1 CONT John Bracken, Gallitzin's hustling insurance man, spent several days 1 CONT here this week. 1 CONT Herman Williams of Homestead, Pa., visited his sister, Mrs. Jas G. 1 CONT Hasson on Saturday. 1 CONT George A. Davis of this place still wears the proud smile of the 1 CONT happy father. Another girl. 1 CONT Mrs. T. M. Richards and daughter, Lottie, of this place are visiting 1 CONT friends in Pittsburg and Zanesville. 1 CONT Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Fitzgerald of South Fork visited the latter's 1 CONT parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fes Lloyd. 1 CONT James Peach and family will move to Altoona next week. Mr. Peach has 1 CONT secured employment in the shops. 1 CONT Henry Byrne, a venerable old citizen of this place, is somewhat 1 CONT improved after an illness of about six weeks. 0 @I0641@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Weakland/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 DEC 1822 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 12 JUN 1825 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 DEC 1894 2 PLAC Holy Name Cemetery, Ebensburg PA 1 FAMS @F0735@ 1 FAMS @F0150@ 1 FAMC @F0151@ 0 @I0642@ INDI 1 NAME Lucinda /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 NOV 1855 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 DEC 1941 1 FAMS @F0152@ 1 FAMC @F0150@ 1 NOTE @NI0642@ 0 @NI0642@ NOTE 1 CONC From the CAMBRIA FREEMAN 1 CONT EBENSBURG, PA 1 CONT NOV 1899 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Henry Byrne and his daughter, Miss Ella, of this place, left on Tuesd 1 CONC ay morning for Pittsburg, where the latter will enter Mercy hospital for t 1 CONC he purpose of learning the profession of a trained nurse. Mr. Byrne will s 1 CONC pent the winter at Shousetown, Allegheny county, with his daughter, Mrs. O 1 CONC 'Donovan, of that place. 0 @I0643@ INDI 1 NAME Timothy /O'Donovan/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 JAN 1859 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 DEC 1941 1 FAMS @F0152@ 0 @I0644@ INDI 1 NAME William Henry /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 DEC 1859 2 PLAC RD Carrolltown, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 SEP 1937 2 PLAC Altoona Hospital, Altoona, Blair Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0154@ 1 FAMC @F0150@ 0 @I0645@ INDI 1 NAME Alice J. /Bradley/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 MAY 1858 2 PLAC Alleg Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0154@ 0 @I0646@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas Ira /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 MAR 1886 2 PLAC bapt. Ebensburg, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1979 1 FAMS @F0429@ 1 FAMC @F0154@ 1 NOTE @NI0646@ 0 @NI0646@ NOTE 1 CONC May be Thomas Ira Byrne grandfather of cousin genealogist Patty Dombrowe 0 @I0647@ INDI 1 NAME Michael /Driskel/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1890 2 PLAC Loretto, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1968 1 FAMS @F0197@ 1 FAMC @F0012@ 1 NOTE @NI0647@ 0 @NI0647@ NOTE 1 CONC DRISKEL, Michael J. Sr. 1889 21 Jan 1968 h/o Ann (BYRNE), s/o Hugh & Ma 1 CONC ry Matilda (RUDOLPH) (H/O) 1 CONT 1 CONT Documentation: 1 CONT 1 CONT Information provided by Lisa Baker 1 CONT 1 CONT NOTE: This information has not been provided by any official cemetery sour 1 CONC ce. It is offered here as a 1 CONT tool to promote further research and should NOT be considered as verifi 1 CONC ed proof for genealogical records. 1 CONT This document does not list everyone buried at St. Michael Cemetery. Howev 1 CONC er, a number of sources were 1 CONT used to obtain as many names as possible of people buried at St. Michael's 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT H - Several personal readings, starting casually in 1990 and a complete w 1 CONC alk through in 1999/2000 (H, 1 CONT headstone; H-worn, information difficult to read, may be suspect) [Mo 1 CONC st of the headstones into the 1830's 1 CONT were made of brown slabs of mountain sandstone and are fairly legible; hea 1 CONC dstones after this time period 1 CONT switched to the more common white stone (sandstone or marble?) and a 1 CONC re in many instances worn and 1 CONT illegible)] 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) A review of the Cambria County Wills 1 CONT 1 CONT FC - Funeral Card 1 CONT 1 CONT O - Obituary; Of - obituary of 1 CONT family member; unfortunately, some of the obits I have are undated 1 CONT 1 CONT FR - family record / genealogy 6) N 1 CONT - Newspaper article (Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald, MAY 1915 and 17 MAY 19 1 CONC 28 Memorial Day newspapers, 1 CONT listed war service and cemetery where buried). Didn't always find a headst 1 CONC one to correspond to the 1 CONT newspaper article, and not everyone who has a Civil War unit listed on the 1 CONC ir headstone shows up in a 1 CONT newspaper article. 1 CONT 1 CONT DR - Cambria County Death Registers, 1893-1905, LDS microfilm numbers 1293 1 CONC 475 1 CONT (1893-1895) and 1293476 (1895-1905). In many instances, the individuals ma 1 CONC king the entries in the death 1 CONT registers would only list a number in the age column. In this document, t 1 CONC he ???? reference was mostly 1 CONT shown when parents were listed, as a low number would be shown (i.e 1 CONC ., 1, 4, 9) and I did not want to list 1 CONT a year if a child only lived a month. However, given the fact that oft 1 CONC en a number of entries would only 1 CONT indicate a number, but many would be for older people (73, died of old age 1 CONC ), it may be assumed ???? is 1 CONT meant to refer to year for age. 1 CONT 1 CONT LB - Catholic Vital Records of Central Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5, 1 CONT 1793-1869, by Rev. Albert Ledoux. Noted in Volume 1: Church records bou 1 CONC nd pastors to keeping sacramental 1 CONT records. Since records of burial did not fall into this category, they we 1 CONC re all too frequently ignored by 1 CONT the pastors. 1 CONT 1 CONT K - Rev. Ferdinand Kittell's "Souvenir of Loretto, Circa 1797-1899", whi 1 CONC ch contains early 1 CONT baptisms, marriages and burials. Included in this book was a register of d 1 CONC eaths, covering the period 1 CONT November 17, 1793 to October 10, 1899. Rev. Kittell gathered this informat 1 CONC ion from church records and 1 CONT headstones at St. Michael. 1 CONT 0 @I0648@ INDI 1 NAME Michael J. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 MAR 1894 2 PLAC Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMC @F0154@ 0 @I0649@ INDI 1 NAME John "Henry" /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 JUN 1895 2 PLAC Vintondale, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 AUG 1985 2 PLAC Mercy Hospital, Johnstown Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMC @F0154@ 1 NOTE @NI0649@ 0 @NI0649@ NOTE 1 CONC From Patty Byrne Dombrowe dombrowerj@@aol.com 1 CONT 1 CONT John Henry was the youngest, need to check his date of birth to be sure a 1 CONC nd will get back to you on that. He was mayor of Cresson, PA for many yea 1 CONC rs. He lost his left arm and left leg in a railroad accident. As my Unc 1 CONC le Paul tells the story, he was drunk and tried to hop a fast moving trai 1 CONC n. Do not know the date of the accident. "Hen" as he was know as, nev 1 CONC er married. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From Diane Byrne Perry flagworks@@gmail.com Friday 13 March 2009 1 CONT Hello Ed, 1 CONT 1 CONT My name is Diane Byrne Perry, sister of Patty Byrne Dombrowe, who you rece 1 CONC ntly met through the internet and connected quite a few dots in our fami 1 CONC ly tree. 1 CONT 1 CONT I thought you might be interested that my sister, Patty, has continu 1 CONC ed to learn more about our family history and stumbled upon BOXES of infor 1 CONC mation today. She had a picture of the home my great uncle, John "Henr 1 CONC y" Byrne, who was the mayor of Cresson Pa, from about 1958 to 1980ish, on 1 CONC ce owned. She went to Cresson today, met someone in a coffee shop who dir 1 CONC ected her to the home in the picture. Being the brave sister she walk 1 CONC ed up to the home and knocked on the door. She explained who she was a 1 CONC nd the woman was delighted to see her. It turns out that when this wom 1 CONC an purchased the house in 1978, from John Henry Byrne, he packed one suitc 1 CONC ase and left the entire contents of the home to the new buyer. The buy 1 CONC er had gathered up all the personal items of John Henry Byrne, including p 1 CONC hotographs, diaries, newspaper clippings and more and stacked the box 1 CONC es in the attic. These items have been in the attic since 1978. The wom 1 CONC an said she didn't have the heart to throw them away. She also has box 1 CONC es of items from John Henry's sisters. Patty has taken possession of a f 1 CONC ew of the boxes and will return to the home on Monday to get the rest. S 1 CONC he has been pouring through the boxes learning more about my great uncl 1 CONC e, the mayor, the double amputee, who was run over by a train and lost o 1 CONC ne arm and one leg. I think this is an incredible find. We will keep y 1 CONC ou posted on the find. 1 CONT 1 CONT Also, I have so enjoyed looking and learning about my family. Thank you f 1 CONC or your years of hard work and yes, my sisters and I plan to come to yo 1 CONC ur next Byrne reunion. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sincerely, 1 CONT 1 CONT Diane Byrne Perry 0 @I0650@ INDI 1 NAME Hilda "Rose" A. /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 JUN 1892 2 PLAC Vintondale, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 MAR 1946 2 PLAC Mercy Hospital, Altoona, Blair Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0155@ 1 FAMC @F0154@ 0 @I0651@ INDI 1 NAME Albert F. /Fick/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0155@ 0 @I0652@ INDI 1 NAME Clara Elizabeth /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 MAR 1896 2 PLAC Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0156@ 1 FAMC @F0154@ 0 @I0653@ INDI 1 NAME Walter Chester /Montgomery/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0156@ 0 @I0654@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Alma /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 JUL 1884 2 PLAC Vintondale, PA 1 FAMS @F0157@ 1 FAMC @F0154@ 0 @I0655@ INDI 1 NAME William /Itell/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1878 2 PLAC Portage Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0157@ 1 FAMC @F0158@ 0 @I0656@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes Victoria /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 NOV 1888 2 PLAC Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMC @F0154@ 0 @I0657@ INDI 1 NAME John Edward /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 SEP 1861 2 PLAC Carrolltown, PA Church rec. 1 FAMC @F0150@ 0 @I0658@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Bender/ 2 SOUR @S01799@ 2 SOUR @S01764@ 2 SOUR @S01769@ 2 SOUR @S01770@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 JUL 1793 2 PLAC Germany 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 DEC 1880 2 PLAC Byrnesville 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Joesph's Church Cemetery, Carrolltown, PA 1 REFN 1006 1 FAMS @F0001@ 1 FAMC @F0022@ 1 NOTE @NI0658@ 0 @NI0658@ NOTE 1 CONC All kinds of information on Mary Ann is in "The Bender Family of German Pi 1 CONC oneers of Western P ennsylvania 1798-1945" by Rev. John M. Lenhart, O.F. 1 CONC M. Cap., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary Ann and her brother Emeric were sold to pay for the passage to Philad 1 CONC elphia. Emeric serv ed sxi years and Mary Ann ten or twelve years. In 18 1 CONC 10 Emeric Bender walked from Cambria Coun ty to Philadelphia to bring ba 1 CONC ck his sister as her term of bondage was up. Mary Ann Bender th en marri 1 CONC ed John Byrne Jr. on 11 June 1811. 0 @I0659@ INDI 1 NAME Ella /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1864 1 FAMC @F0150@ 1 NOTE @NI0659@ 0 @NI0659@ NOTE 1 CONC From the CAMBRIA FREEMAN 1 CONT EBENSBURG, PA 1 CONT NOV 1899 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Henry Byrne and his daughter, Miss Ella, of this place, left on Tuesd 1 CONC ay morning for Pittsburg, where the latter will enter Mercy hospital for t 1 CONC he purpose of learning the profession of a trained nurse. Mr. Byrne will s 1 CONC pent the winter at Shousetown, Allegheny county, with his daughter, Mrs. O 1 CONC 'Donovan, of that place. 0 @I0660@ INDI 1 NAME Emma Mary /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1859 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 DEC 1874 2 PLAC Holy Name Cemetery, Ebensburg PA 1 FAMC @F0150@ 1 NOTE @NI0660@ 0 @NI0660@ NOTE 1 CONC Hi Cousin, 1 CONT 1 CONT You have alot of the information that I have. I have been trying to do t 1 CONC he same about the information that I find. I wonder if Mary was "forgotte 1 CONC n" during the time the census was done. 1 CONT I can add that I have found Emma Byrne in the 1900 PA Census, Cambr 1 CONC ia Co with an age or 36, which would mean that she was born about 1864. S 1 CONC he was still living with her father and her occupation was nurse. She(Em 1 CONC ma) is buried in the Holy Name Cemetery in Ebensburg along with her moth 1 CONC er Mary Ann. I suspect that Henry is buried there too, but cant pro 1 CONC ve it yet along with his children Ella and Edward. 1 CONT Lucinda Byrne married Timothy O'Donovan b 1/25/1859 d 12/16/1941. This in 1 CONC formation was all past down from my grandmother, Rose Ella Franz Byrne w 1 CONC ho was married to Thomas Ira Byrne. If you like, I have information abo 1 CONC ut their children. 1 CONT Did I ever send you the picture that I found of William Henry and Alice Ja 1 CONC ne Bradley on the event of their 50th wedding anniversary? I not I wou 1 CONC ld be delight do so since he appears to be a first cousin. I have recen 1 CONC tly been in contact with my fathers brother who remembers going to the ann 1 CONC iversary party. He remembers that it was a huge event with many people fr 1 CONC om Ebensburg in attendance. 1 CONT Thanks for the web site on Byrnesville, I knew that it existed from our l 1 CONC ast email. Remind me again which Byrne you descend from. William Henry w 1 CONC as my GGfather, Thomas Ira my GF and Timothy Robert my father. 1 CONT Keep warm in Minnesota, it is going to be 55 in Virginia tomorrow----i 1 CONC ts a heat wave. 1 CONT 1 CONT Patty Byrne Dombrowe 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Patty Dombrowe 1 CONT 434.971.8160 1 CONT dombrowerj@@aol.com 0 @I0661@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0150@ 0 @I0662@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes Ann /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 JUN 1824 2 PLAC Loretto Church Rec. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 APR 1851 2 PLAC Carrolltown, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 APR 1851 2 PLAC Carroll Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0159@ 1 FAMC @F0001@ 1 NOTE @NI0662@ 0 @NI0662@ NOTE 1 CONC 6. Agnes Ann3 Byrne (John2, John1) was born June 30, 1824 in Loretto, Cam 1 CONC bria County, Pennsylvania, and died April 28, 1851 in Carrolltown, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania. She married Henry * J. Campbell February 29, 18 1 CONC 48 in Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, son of John Campbell a 1 CONC nd Susan Myers. He was born March 31, 1827 in near Ashville, Cambria Coun 1 CONC ty, Pennsylvania, and died September 06, 1908 in Altoona, Blair County, Pe 1 CONC nnsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Agnes Ann Byrne: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 60, #01291 Byrne, Agnes Anna (Joannis/Mariae Anna 1 CONC e) b. 06-30 bp 08-15-1824 gp: Barnabas Byrne/Catharina Byrne, dau. of Thom 1 CONC as DAG. [St. Michael's] 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 102 1 CONT Listed with parents, John Byrne and Mary Ann Bender. 1 CONT 1 CONT Agnes probably died from complications of childbirth as she died two wee 1 CONC ks after the birth of her son, John. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. III, p. 256, #5589 Campbell, Agnes d. 04-28-1851 27 y. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Ed Byrnes 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Family Lineage - A.C.J. Campbell 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Agnes Ann Byrne: 1 CONT Age at Death: 26 years, 9 months, 29 days 1 CONT Baptism: August 15, 1824, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylv 1 CONC ania 1 CONT Burial: St. Benedict's Cemetery, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census: 1850, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1850, Henry Campbell, husband 1 CONT Godparents: Barnabas and Catherine Byrne 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for Henry * J. Campbell: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. I, p. 75, #01597 Campbell, Henricus (Joannis/Susanna 1 CONC e) b. 03-31 bp. 05-06-1827 gp: Henricus Bender/Martha Meyers, d. of Joann 1 CONC es DAG. 1 CONT 1 CONT Souvenir of Loretto Centenary, p. 103 1 CONT Listed with parents John Campbell and Susan Myers. 1 CONT 1 CONT Marriage of Henry and Agnes Byrne not found in Ledoux CVR. 1 CONT 1 CONT Democrat and Sentinel, Ebensburg, June 25, 1856, Vol. 3, No. 33, page 2 1 CONT Fatal Affray 1 CONT We regret to learn that an unfortunate occurrence happened at Carroll 1 CONC town in this county on Monday afternoon last, which resulted in the dea 1 CONC th of a man named Jeremiah Fenton. 1 CONT It appears that some difficulty had occurred between Fenton, and Hen 1 CONC ry J. Campbell about a boy who had run away from the latter. At the ti 1 CONC me of the affray, Campbell was at work in a stave making shop, when Fent 1 CONC on came in, and an immediate altercation ensued. Several persons were pres 1 CONC ent at the time, and heard the loud language between them. Campbell was st 1 CONC anding with a stave in his hand, and warned Fenton off, but which was disr 1 CONC egarded by the latter. Upon approaching Campbell he stooped as if reachi 1 CONC ng for a stave when Campbell struck him a blow across the head with the o 1 CONC ne he was holding, by which he was completely stunned. He was then carri 1 CONC ed to a house close by, where he lingered until about eleven o'clock the s 1 CONC ame night when he expired. 1 CONT Campbell immediately surrendered himself and is now in jail. A post m 1 CONC ortem examination was made in the case by Drs. Lewis and Smith, and an Inq 1 CONC uest was held over the body by James Carroll, Esq. 1 CONT As the whole matter will soon undergo a legal investigation we forbe 1 CONC ar making any comments at present upon this unfortunate occurrence. 1 CONT 1 CONT Democrat and Sentinel, Ebensburg, July 2, 1856, Vol. 3, No. 36 1 CONT RAN AWAY 1 CONT FROM the subscriber on the 20th instant, an indentured apprentice named He 1 CONC nry Kost, he is about 15 years old. I hereby caution all persons not to t 1 CONC rust him on any account. 1 CONT HENRY J. CAMPBELL 1 CONT Carrolltown, June 22, 1856. 1 CONT 1 CONT Democrat and Sentinel, Ebensburg, Pennsylvania, 10 SEP 1856, VOL. 3, NO. 4 1 CONC 6 1 CONT Com vs. Henry J. Campbell--Murder. Prisoner being arraigned, pleads not gu 1 CONC ilty, and puts himself on his country. Dist Atty similiter et issue. Ju 1 CONC ry called and sworn, who say that the defendant is not guilty. 1 CONT 1 CONT (SIMILITER, pleading. When the defendant's plea contains a direct contradi 1 CONC ction of the declaration, and concludes with referring the matter to be tr 1 CONC ied by a jury of the country, the plaintiff must do so too; that is, he mu 1 CONC st also submit the matter to be tried by a jury, without offering any n 1 CONC ew answer to it, and must stand or fall by his declaration. In such cas 1 CONC e, he merely replies that as the defendant has put himself upon the countr 1 CONC y, that is, has submitted his cause to be tried by a jury of the countr 1 CONC y, he, the plaintiff, does so likewise, or the like. Hence this sort of re 1 CONC plication is called a similiter, that having been the effective word wh 1 CONC en the proceedings were in Latin.) 1 CONT 1 CONT The Benedictine Fathers In Cambria County, Pennsylvania by 1 CONT By the Rev. Modestus Wirtner, O.S.B. (p.170) 1 CONT Richard Proutfoute ran a shook-shop on his farm, now owned by Mrs. He 1 CONC len Swope, on the road to Glen Connell, and another in Campbelltown. A bun 1 CONC dle of shook consisted of enough staves to form a hogshead, which had be 1 CONC en shaved and put together and prepared for everything but the heads and t 1 CONC hen taken apart and then bound together with hickory bands to facilita 1 CONC te transportation. These shooks were sold and sent to the West Indies to t 1 CONC ransfer molasses, sugar, etc. Teamsters hauled the shook to Hollidaysbu 1 CONC rg and loaded them on the canal boats. 1 CONT Harry Hatch was the timekeeper and Jerimiah Flinton was the superinte 1 CONC ndent of the Campbelltown shop. Under him worked John Stolz, Mr. Peach, He 1 CONC nry Campbell, Jacob Yeckly, Lawrence and Julius Stich, Edmund Eastman, Wil 1 CONC liam Kelly, David Horst and John Campbell. Jerimiah Flinton died, aged 3 1 CONC 5, on June 23, 1856, or as others express it, was killed by H. Campbell w 1 CONC ho struck him with a stave. After this the men refused to work in the sho 1 CONC p. Across the road from the shop John P. Parrish had built and ran a taver 1 CONC n. Proutfoute bought his stable, moved it across the street and in this bu 1 CONC ilding the shook business was continued. 1 CONT 1 CONT Reference Ledoux Volume 3, items 5500 and 5663. The latter of the two ite 1 CONC ms states "Jeremais Finton d.06-23-1856 bur.06-25 35 y was killed by H. C 1 CONC ampbell in his shook shop". 1 CONT 1 CONT Census Information: 1 CONT 1830 Census, Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania: 1 CONT Campbell, John, 1 male, age under 5 (Henry J.); 1 male, age 20-30 (John hi 1 CONC mself); 1 female, age under 5 (Catherine); 1 female, age 10-15 (possib 1 CONC ly a servant, niece, or such); 1 female, age 20-30 (Susan). 1 CONT 1 CONT 1840 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT John Campble (8 male, 2 female) Henry J., John Jr., Joseph, Robert A. 1 CONC ,. Peter (this would only make 5 males if you include John Sr. Perhaps h 1 CONC ad farm hands living there), Catherine and Susan. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 Census, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT Line 16 1 CONT Henry CAMPBELL, age 23, carpenter, assets $500, b. Penn 1 CONT Agnes, age 25, b. Penn 1 CONT Catherine, age 7/12, b. Penn 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Latrobe, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT Page 146, Line 40 1 CONT Henry CAMPBELL, age 33, carpenter, b. Penn 1 CONT (next page) 1 CONT Bridget Campbell, age 31, b. Penn 1 CONT Almira, age 6, b. Penn 1 CONT Silvester, age 4, b. Penn 1 CONT Catherine, age 10, b. Penn 1 CONT (John, son of Henry and Agnes is listed with his aunt Catherine Farrell a 1 CONC nd living with John and Susan Campbell, and he is age 9. during this censu 1 CONC s.) 1 CONT 1 CONT After the death of his second wife, and the end of the Civil War, Henry ma 1 CONC rried Theresa Switzler. We find them in Buckner, Virginia between 1875 a 1 CONC nd 1883. We can assume that they went to Virginia so Henry could find wo 1 CONC rk and help in the restoration form damages done during the war. Henry a 1 CONC nd his son, Henry S. (Harry), both carpenters, took charge in the buildi 1 CONC ng of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Buckner. Three of their children we 1 CONC re born in Buckner, although the twin of Anthony died as an infant a 1 CONC nd is one of the first to be buried in the church cemetery. When they ret 1 CONC urned to Pennsylvania, they settled in Altoona, where they remained the re 1 CONC st of their lives. My aunt, Elizabeth Campbell Cap, granddaughter of Hen 1 CONC ry J., faintly remembers hearing family gossip that Henry moved his fami 1 CONC ly to Virginia because of the "murder" charges. She, however, did not rea 1 CONC lize that Henry had been acquitted of the offense. Also, these charges we 1 CONC re in 1856 and their move to Virginia was much later, after the marria 1 CONC ge of Henry and Theresa. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1870 Census, Carroltown Borough, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (Aug) 1 CONT p. 1, Line 1, Munster P.O. 1 CONT CAMPBELL, Henry, age 43, farmer, b. Penn 1 CONT Theresa, age 29, keeping house, b. Germany, parents b. Germany 1 CONT Catharine, age 20, house girl, b. Penn 1 CONT Elmira, age 16, b. Penn, attends school 1 CONT Henry S., age 14, b. Penn, attends school 1 CONT Mary, age 8, b. Penn, attends school 1 CONT Emma, age 3, b. Penn, (attends school is marked) 1 CONT Anna, age 1, b. Penn 1 CONT CAMPBELL, Susan, age 65, b. Penn (S is written in the Deaf column) [Sus 1 CONC an is the mother of Henry J.] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Census, Cuckoo Township, Louisa County, VA (June) 1 CONT E.D. 101, Page 57, Line 2 1 CONT CAMPBELL, H.J., age 52, carpenter, b. Penn, parents b. Penn 1 CONT Theresa, wife, age 39, keeping house, b. Penn, parents b. Penn (Error: The 1 CONC resa was born in Germany, as were her parents) 1 CONT Mary, daughter, age 16, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Emma, daughter, age 13, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Rosa, daughter, age 10, at home, b. Penn 1 CONT Theresa, daughter, age 5, b. Penn 1 CONT Anthony, son, age 4, b. Penn (Error: Anthony was born in Virginia) 1 CONT Margaret, daughter, age 2, b. Virginia 1 CONT 1 CONT 1900 Census, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania (June) 1 CONT ED 67, Sheet 1A, Line 18, 2524 Oak Ave. 1 CONT CAMPBELL, Henry J., head, Mar 1826, age 74, m/34 yrs, b. Penn, paren 1 CONC ts b. Penn, house carpenter 1 CONT Teresa, wife, Nov 1840, age 59, m/34 yrs, b. Germany, parents b. German 1 CONC y, imm. 1862 1 CONT Anthony C., son, Nov 1876, single, age 23, b. Virginia, time keeper, railr 1 CONC oad 1 CONT Ida T., daughter, Aug 1874, single, age 25, b. Penn, bailer at silk mill 1 CONT Joseph M., son, Mar 1882, single, age 18, b. Penn, winder at silk mill 1 CONT 1 CONT Henry J. Campbell is listed in Werer's Altoona Directory (1882-1883) as ca 1 CONC rpenter, owning home on Dry Gap Road. Later address as 2516 Oak Ave. D 1 CONC ry Gap Road begins near intersection of 13th Ave and 16th St. extending we 1 CONC stward to city limits and beyond. 1 CONT 1 CONT CLARK'S DIRECTORY OF THE City of Altoona, Pa., FOR THE YEAR 1890. 1 CONT Campbell Henry J. carpenter, owns home 2516 Oak ave 1 CONT 1 CONT Obituary: 1 CONT Henry J. Campbell, formerly of this city, but later of Baker's Mines, di 1 CONC ed at 12:40 Sunday afternoon, of Bright's disease, at the home of his daug 1 CONC hter, Mrs. John Hilger, at Baker's Mines. He was born in Cambria Count 1 CONC y, March 31, 1826. His wife died two years ago. He was a carpenter by tr 1 CONC ade and a member of the Carpenter's Union. He was a member of Sacred Hea 1 CONC rt Catholic Church. He is survived by the following children. Mrs. Hilge 1 CONC r, with whom he made his home, and Mrs. J.H. Hoover, Mrs. Charles Orner, A 1 CONC nthony and Joseph, all of Altoona, and Harry F. of Salt Lake City, Uta 1 CONC h. The body will be brought here Tuesday morning for interment, the ho 1 CONC ur for services to be announced later. 1 CONT 1 CONT (A later article) 1 CONT The body of Henry J. Campbell was brought to this city this morning and ta 1 CONC ken to the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. H. Hoover, 702 Eleventh Avenue, w 1 CONC here it can be viewed by friends. The funeral will take place Wednesday m 1 CONC orning, mass to be celebrated at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's Catholic Churc 1 CONC h. Interment in St. Mary's cemetery. (St. Mary's Church was originally na 1 CONC med Immaculate Conception Church - same as the church Henry built in Buckn 1 CONC er, VA.) 1 CONT Sept. 6, 1908 (I assume the Altoona newspaper for that time) 1 CONT 1 CONT Stevens Mortuary, Altoona, Pennsylvania. 1883-1910, p. 30, Campbell, Hen 1 CONC ry J., d. 9/6/1908 at r/o Mrs. John Hilger, Bakers Mines, Pa.; i. 9/9/19 1 CONC 08 from r/o Mrs. J. H. Hover, 702 11th Ave.; a. 82 yrs. 5 mos. 5 day 1 CONC s; i. St. Mary's. Shipped J. E. 1 CONT 1 CONT Henry was an extraordinary man. He outlived three wives, and had approxim 1 CONC ately 18 children (two unproven). 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Democrat and Sentinel, Ebensburg, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Correspondence - Leora Rabuck 1 CONT Family Lineage - A.C.J. Campbell 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT Death Certificate 1 CONT Stevens Mortuary, Altoona, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Obit of Anthony C.J. Campbell, son 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Henry * J. Campbell: 1 CONT Age at Death.: 81 years, 5 months, 6 days 1 CONT Baptism: May 06, 1827, St. Michael's, Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvani 1 CONC a 1 CONT Burial: September 09, 1908, St. Mary's Cemetery, Altoona, Blair County, Pe 1 CONC nnsylvania 1 CONT Cause of Death: Acute indigestion - duration 2 days 1 CONT Death Informant: J.H. Hoover 1 CONT Godparents: Henry Bender and Martha Meyers 1 CONT Medical Information: Bright's disease 1 CONT Occupation 1: 1850, Carpenter 1 CONT Occupation 2: Cabinet maker 1 CONT Occupation 3: 1860, Carpenter 1 CONT Occupation 4: 1870, Farmer 1 CONT Occupation 5: 1880, Carpenter 1 CONT Occupation 6: 1900, House carpenter 1 CONT Residence 1: Bet. 1893 - 1901, 2524 Oak Ave, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsy 1 CONC lvania 1 CONT Residence 2: 1891, 1416 Oak Ave, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Residence 3: Bet. 1904 - 1907, 2526 Oak Ave, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsy 1 CONC lvania 1 CONT 1 CONT More About Henry Campbell and Agnes Byrne: 1 CONT Marriage: February 29, 1848, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Agnes Byrne and Henry Campbell are: 1 CONT +29i.Catherine Agnes4 Campbell, born December 15, 1849 in Carroll Towns 1 CONC hip, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; died October 10, 1906 in Hastings, Camb 1 CONC ria County, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 30ii.John Celestine Campbell, born April 15, 1851 in Carrolltown, Cambr 1 CONC ia County, Pennsylvania; died February 10, 1905 in Carrolltown, Cambria Co 1 CONC unty, Pennsylvania. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for John Celestine Campbell: 1 CONT Ledoux CVR, Vol. III, p. 208, #4725 Campbell, Joannes Coelestinus (Henric 1 CONC i/Agnetis Byrns) b. 04-15 Carroll Township. bp. 04-20-1851 at St. Benedi 1 CONC ct's gp: Joanne Campbell/Elisabetha Hilger CEN. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1860 Census, Carrolltown Borough, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (July) 1 CONT Page 182, Line 9 1 CONT CAMPBELL, John, age 56, farmer, assets $5000, b. Penn 1 CONT (Makes John's b/d abt. 1804) 1 CONT Susan, age 55, b. Penn 1 CONT (Notice that Susan is only 1 year younger than John.) 1 CONT Augustine, age 20, laborer, assets $150, b. Penn 1 CONT FARRELL, Catharine, age 31, assets $150, b. Penn [a widow] 1 CONT FARRELL, Henrietta, age 10, b. Penn, attends school. 1 CONT FARRELL, Mary E., age 5, b. Penn, attends school. 1 CONT FARRELL, John C., age 9, b. Penn, attends school. 1 CONT (This is John C. Campbell, son of Henry J. and first wife, Catherin 1 CONC e. He is living with his grandparents and is mistakenly added here as Far 1 CONC rell.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Regis has date of death as Oct. 8, 1866. My information came from the mor 1 CONC tuary records. Also, Sandra McCartney has date of death as Oct. 8, 186 1 CONC 6. Who are the other two John Campbell's? The one who died in 1866 and t 1 CONC he one who died in 1905...hmmmm. 1 CONT 1 CONT Stevens Mortuary, Altoona, Pennsylvania. 1883-1910, p. 31, Campbell, Joh 1 CONC n, d. 2/10/1905 at r/o _________Hesley, 6th Ave. & 34th St.; i. 2/13/19 1 CONC 05 Spruce Creek, Huntingdon County, Pa.; a. 54 yrs. 1 mo. 3 days. (Wou 1 CONC ld make birthdate January 7, 1851.) 1 CONT 1 CONT There is a George and Ella Hesley in Altoona in 1900. Also is a John Camp 1 CONC bell and wife Emma with several children. The Campbell's were enumerat 1 CONC ed on the following page from the Hesley's. Why John was interred in Hunt 1 CONC ingdon County is not known, when he died in Altoona. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cole Waite had Elmira married to her half brother, John C. Campbell who di 1 CONC ed in 1905 in Altoona or 1866 in Carrolltown. If he died in 1866, Elmi 1 CONC ra would have been only 12. 1 CONT 1 CONT Possible: 1 CONT 1900 United States Federal Census 1 CONT Name: John Campbell 1 CONT Home in 1900: Logan, Blair, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Age: 49 1 CONT Estimated birth year: abt Jan 1851 1 CONT Birthplace: Pennsylvania 1 CONT Relationship to head-of-house: Boarder 1 CONT Race: White 1 CONT Household Members: 1 CONT Name Age 1 CONT Emanuel Smith 26 1 CONT Emma Smith 26 1 CONT John Campbell 49 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT Correspondence - Cole Waite 1 CONT Family Lineage - A.C.J. Campbell 1 CONT World Connect - DJ Owens 1 CONT Stevens Mortuary, Altoona, Pennsylvania 1 CONT 1 CONT More About John Celestine Campbell: 1 CONT Age at Death.: 53 years, 9 months, 26 days 1 CONT Baptism: April 20, 1851, St. Benedict's, Carrolltown, Cambria County, Penn 1 CONC sylvania 1 CONT Census: 1860, Carrolltown, Carroll Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1 CONT Census Household: 1860, John Campbell, grandfather 1 CONT Godparents: John Campbell and Elisabeth Hilger 0 @I0663@ INDI 1 NAME Michael Francis /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 JUN 1850 2 PLAC Carroll Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 MAY 1851 2 PLAC Carroll Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Joesph's Ch. Hart's Sleeping Place, Carrolltown, PA 1 FAMC @F0200@ 0 @I0664@ INDI 1 NAME John Celestine /Campbell/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 APR 1851 2 PLAC Carroll Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 FEB 1905 2 PLAC Carroll Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 OCT 1866 2 PLAC Carrolltown, Carroll Twp. Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0885@ 1 FAMC @F0159@ 0 @I0665@ INDI 1 NAME Luke /Illig/ 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1968 1 FAMC @F0135@ 0 @I0666@ INDI 1 NAME Augustine /Illig/ 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1968 1 FAMC @F0135@ 0 @I0667@ INDI 1 NAME Francis P. "Fritz" /Illig/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 SEP 1930 2 PLAC Ebensburg, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 MAR 2002 2 PLAC New Germany, Cambria Co. PA 1 BURI 2 PLAC Holy Name Cemetery, Ebensburg, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMS @F0160@ 1 FAMC @F0135@ 0 @I0668@ INDI 1 NAME Martha H. /Stoltz/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 AUG 1877 2 PLAC Carrolltown, Cambria Co. PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 FEB 1956 1 FAMS @F0145@ 1 FAMC @F0161@ 0 @I0669@ INDI 1 NAME Eva /Heil/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1830 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1904 1 FAMS @F0217@ 1 FAMC @F0814@ 0 @I0670@ INDI 1 NAME Patrick John /Hayes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1863 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1931 1 FAMS @F0218@ 1 FAMC @F0810@ 0 @I0671@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Rosalie Caroline /Bronoel/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1861 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1934 1 FAMS @F0218@ 1 FAMC @F0215@ 0 @I0672@ INDI 1 NAME Bert /Benden/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0219@ 1 NOTE @NI0672@ 0 @NI0672@ NOTE 1 CONC killed in mine accident 0 @I0673@ INDI 1 NAME Floyd Raymond /Bohm/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 SEP 1921 2 PLAC Pittsburgh PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 AUG 1992 2 PLAC Venice, Sarasota FL 1 FAMS @F0221@ 0 @I0674@ INDI 1 NAME Barbara /Bohm/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0220@ 1 FAMC @F0221@ 0 @I0675@ INDI 1 NAME Martha Marti /Bohm/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0213@ 1 FAMC @F0221@ 0 @I0676@ INDI 1 NAME /Kochmit/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0220@ 0 @I0677@ INDI 1 NAME Florence Ruth /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 JUN 1925 2 PLAC Barnesboro PA 1 FAMS @F0222@ 1 FAMC @F0090@ 0 @I0678@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Homer/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0222@ 0 @I0679@ INDI 1 NAME Robert Lewis /Homer/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Clearfield PA 1 FAMS @F0274@ 1 FAMC @F0222@ 0 @I0680@ INDI 1 NAME John /Homer/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0222@ 1 NOTE @NI0680@ 0 @NI0680@ NOTE 1 CONC Twins with Mary both deceased 0 @I0681@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Homer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0222@ 1 NOTE @NI0681@ 0 @NI0681@ NOTE 1 CONC Twins with John both deceased 0 @I0682@ INDI 1 NAME Cathy Ann /Homer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0223@ 1 FAMC @F0222@ 0 @I0683@ INDI 1 NAME James David /Homer/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Cherry Tree PA 1 FAMS @F0275@ 1 FAMC @F0222@ 0 @I0684@ INDI 1 NAME David Joseph /Homer/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Cherry Tree PA 1 FAMS @F0278@ 1 FAMC @F0222@ 1 NOTE @NI0684@ 0 @NI0684@ NOTE 1 CONC From: Karen HARMON 1 CONT To: Ed Byrnes 1 CONT Sent: Saturday, August 05, 2006 5:14 PM 1 CONT Subject: Re: So hey Kingfish 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Kingfish, 1 CONT Thank God for David Homer and his crew! Yep, Ron's little brother. He wo 1 CONC rked his butt off and cleaned out the house, basement and garage! The lat 1 CONC er two were Biggies! He took the tools and stuff which he could sel 1 CONC l; at his new endeavor which is an antique shop and a flee market combine 1 CONC d! ( His shop is located next door to the Ukraine Church with the giant go 1 CONC ld tower?) Wiskey Road) They are loving, kind and most of all very hard wo 1 CONC rking! We are so lucky to be related. His daughter is finishing her mast 1 CONC ers in clsw. ( community counseling) Very sweet Meghan! He has a middle da 1 CONC ughter, Bethany who has tattoo's on both upper arms, piercing in the no 1 CONC se and eyes. (she works for a Tattoo Parlor in Indiana) Dan his s 1 CONC on is in his senior year of high school. Oldest is 24. Dave is 46 and R 1 CONC on 49.) His eldest brother Robert Homer is my age, 58 from Cherry Tre 1 CONC e. bet your Dad knows their father Robert Homer too. 0 @I0685@ INDI 1 NAME Patricia Lea /Homer/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Northern Cambria 1 FAMS @F0224@ 1 FAMC @F0222@ 0 @I0686@ INDI 1 NAME Ronald John /Homer/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Cherry Tree PA 1 FAMS @F0279@ 1 FAMC @F0222@ 0 @I0687@ INDI 1 NAME Mike /Mahalko/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Strongstown PA 1 FAMS @F0223@ 0 @I0688@ INDI 1 NAME Dennis Richard /Homer/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC DuBois PA 1 FAMS @F0280@ 1 FAMC @F0222@ 0 @I0689@ INDI 1 NAME George /Elias/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0224@ 0 @I0690@ INDI 1 NAME Leona /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 JAN 1928 1 FAMS @F0225@ 1 FAMC @F0090@ 0 @I0691@ INDI 1 NAME Carolyn Jean /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 SEP 1931 1 FAMS @F0226@ 1 FAMC @F0090@ 0 @I0692@ INDI 1 NAME Norma Jean /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 SEP 1931 1 FAMS @F0227@ 1 FAMC @F0090@ 0 @I0693@ INDI 1 NAME Gene /Byers/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0225@ 0 @I0694@ INDI 1 NAME Gene /Byers/ 1 SEX M 1 ALIA /Bud/ 1 FAMS @F0281@ 1 FAMC @F0225@ 0 @I0695@ INDI 1 NAME Gary /Byers/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0282@ 1 FAMC @F0225@ 0 @I0696@ INDI 1 NAME Diane /Byers/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0283@ 1 FAMC @F0225@ 0 @I0697@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Ellis/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0226@ 0 @I0698@ INDI 1 NAME Rick /Ellis/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0226@ 0 @I0699@ INDI 1 NAME Donna /Ellis/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0226@ 0 @I0700@ INDI 1 NAME Dan /Ellis/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0226@ 0 @I0701@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Ellis/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0226@ 0 @I0702@ INDI 1 NAME Norma /Ellis/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0226@ 0 @I0703@ INDI 1 NAME Michael /Mazurak/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0227@ 0 @I0704@ INDI 1 NAME Denise /Mazurak/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0284@ 1 FAMC @F0227@ 0 @I0705@ INDI 1 NAME Mickey /Mazurak/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0227@ 0 @I0706@ INDI 1 NAME John /Mazurak/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0227@ 0 @I0707@ INDI 1 NAME Carolyn /Mazurak/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0227@ 0 @I0708@ INDI 1 NAME Paul /Mazurak/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0227@ 0 @I0709@ INDI 1 NAME Sue /Mazurak/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0227@ 0 @I0710@ INDI 1 NAME Beata /Tikow/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 JUN 1961 1 FAMS @F0228@ 0 @I0711@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas Tenzin /Tikos/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 MAY 1991 1 FAMC @F0228@ 0 @I0712@ INDI 1 NAME Eamon Robert /McCormick/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 SEP 1999 1 FAMC @F0228@ 0 @I0713@ INDI 1 NAME Kai Michael /McCormick/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 FEB 2002 1 FAMC @F0228@ 0 @I0714@ INDI 1 NAME John Anthony /Rouse/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 JAN 1982 1 FAMC @F0038@ 0 @I0715@ INDI 1 NAME Robert Lawrence /Rouse/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 DEC 1983 1 FAMC @F0038@ 0 @I0716@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah Marie /Rouse/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 JUL 1986 1 FAMC @F0038@ 0 @I0717@ INDI 1 NAME David Henry /Fulton/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 SEP 1958 1 FAMS @F0229@ 0 @I0718@ INDI 1 NAME Nicole Ann /Fulton/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 JUN 1985 1 FAMC @F0229@ 0 @I0719@ INDI 1 NAME David Henry /Fulton/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 MAR 1992 1 FAMC @F0229@ 0 @I0720@ INDI 1 NAME Sean Robert /Fulton/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 SEP 1995 1 FAMC @F0229@ 0 @I0721@ INDI 1 NAME Kelly Renee /Yingling/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0230@ 1 FAMC @F0103@ 0 @I0722@ INDI 1 NAME Scott Allen /Yingling/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0231@ 1 FAMC @F0103@ 0 @I0723@ INDI 1 NAME James /Fox/ 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE SEP 2002 1 FAMS @F0230@ 0 @I0724@ INDI 1 NAME Jordan Renee /Fox/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0230@ 0 @I0725@ INDI 1 NAME Jacob James /Fox/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0230@ 0 @I0726@ INDI 1 NAME Beth /Pavelko/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0231@ 0 @I0727@ INDI 1 NAME Robert Paul /Yingling/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0231@ 0 @I0728@ INDI 1 NAME Scotty Christopher /Yingling/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0231@ 0 @I0729@ INDI 1 NAME /Couturiaux/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0232@ 0 @I0730@ INDI 1 NAME Kevin /Calabucci/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1958 1 FAMS @F0233@ 0 @I0731@ INDI 1 NAME /Jeanne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1959 1 FAMS @F0234@ 0 @I0732@ INDI 1 NAME Tom /Sarcomani/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0235@ 0 @I0733@ INDI 1 NAME /Ron/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0236@ 0 @I0734@ INDI 1 NAME Harry /Waidler/ 1 SEX M 0 @I0735@ INDI 1 NAME Maggie Marie /Waidler/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 JAN 1996 1 FAMC @F0047@ 0 @I0736@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Brown/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1795 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1845 1 FAMS @F0396@ 1 FAMC @F0349@ 0 @I0737@ INDI 1 NAME James Ronald /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 NOV 1908 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 AUG 1911 1 FAMC @F0172@ 0 @I0738@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Duffy/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 SEP 1905 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 SEP 1992 1 FAMS @F0238@ 0 @I0739@ INDI 1 NAME Pius A. /Lantzy/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 AUG 1909 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 JUN 1990 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cemetery, Spangler PA 1 FAMS @F0239@ 1 FAMC @F0440@ 1 NOTE @NI0739@ 0 @NI0739@ NOTE 1 CONC Says QM 3/C USN, h/o Edna F. on cemetery notes. 0 @I0740@ INDI 1 NAME Shirley /Lantzy/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 NOV 1933 1 FAMS @F0240@ 1 FAMC @F0239@ 0 @I0741@ INDI 1 NAME Dorothy /Lantzy/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 OCT 1942 1 FAMS @F0244@ 1 FAMC @F0239@ 0 @I0742@ INDI 1 NAME Kathleen /Lantzy/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 NOV 1948 1 FAMS @F0245@ 1 FAMS @F0246@ 1 FAMC @F0239@ 1 NOTE @NI0742@ 0 @NI0742@ NOTE 1 CONC From: 1 CONT To: ; 1 CONT Subject: Re: new Byrnesville entries 1 CONT Date: Tuesday, January 06, 2009 5:59 PM 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi Cousin, 1 CONT What a great job you have done on your blog and thanks for the pictures. 1 CONT I print most of this out for my mother to read. I promise that I will ge 1 CONC t 1 CONT her tape dubbed and to you soon. The holidays just held me back a bit. : 1 CONC ( 1 CONT Wishing you a Wonderful New Year !!!! 1 CONT Kathy 1 CONT 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: 1 CONT Subject: Re: The Word version 1 CONT Date: Tuesday, January 06, 2009 7:59 PM 1 CONT 1 CONT Ed, 1 CONT The dogs name was Scotty and my mom made reference to him in her tape. 1 CONT That is a little boy in the picture with my mom and we do not know who he 1 CONT is. Mother doesn't remember. I am dubbing her tape as I write so it 1 CONT will be mailed to you tomorrow. She did make reference to the fact that 1 CONT after her father closed down the barroom in the hotel, they opened a 1 CONT small grocery store in there....its on the tape..lol. 1 CONT You surely did a GREAT job on the website...my mom will love seeing those 1 CONT pictures of the hotel..that place was the heart and soul of Byrnesville. 1 CONT I am going to take up my laptop and see if I can get a wireless signal 1 CONT to show her..she will love it. 1 CONT Many thanks, 1 CONT Kathy 1 CONT 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: 1 CONT Subject: Re: Got the package! 1 CONT Date: Monday, January 12, 2009 9:36 PM 1 CONT 1 CONT Ed, I have some more info as well. Mom tells me that when Grandpap got 1 CONT sick he went to live with Aunt Em and she took care of him. This was mos 1 CONC t 1 CONT likely a year before he died...she cant remember the exact date. At th 1 CONC at 1 CONT time, my mothers father Marcellus A. Byrnes bought the hotel and took it 1 CONT over. Her mother, Emma and her brother Elmer A. moved into the hotel 1 CONT with him and they ran it. After a while, her father closed the barroom 1 CONT but still provided the men with a sitting place. Actually there was a ro 1 CONC om 1 CONT in the basement where they made their own wiskey illegally, lol. He 1 CONT decided after closing the barroom to turn it into a little grocery while 1 CONT they ran for only a year or two and closed it down. Her father 1 CONT remodeled the hotel and made apartments out of it so that a few 1 CONT families could live there comfortably. By this time, the rest of the By 1 CONC rnes 1 CONT family had mostly moved out. My mother and her family lived in the hot 1 CONC el 1 CONT until she was in her teens and moved to a big white house across the stre 1 CONC et from 1 CONT the hotel. Her senior year of high school, this house burnt down and af 1 CONC ter 1 CONT losing everything, they moved from Byrnesville into Barnesboro where her 1 CONT mother died shortly after. Her father sold the hotel to someone but mom 1 CONT doesn't remember who. Hope you can get something out of the tape.. 1 CONT poor little thing really tried to remember. 1 CONT Wishing you well, 1 CONT Kathy 1 CONT 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: 1 CONT Subject: Re: Got the package! 1 CONT Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 9:13 AM 1 CONT 1 CONT In a message dated 1/13/2009 6:37:29 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, 1 CONT EdwardByrnes@@comcast.net writes: 1 CONT 1 CONT I lived in the Byrnes Hotel with my parents during my first year of li 1 CONC fe so 1 CONT sometime between October 1949 and October 1950. 1 CONT 1 CONT Who owned the hotel when you lived there? Thomas? and who bought it 1 CONT after that. I love stories about the hotel...it truly was the heart a 1 CONT soul of that town huh? I had to laugh when my mom told me about the 1 CONT whiskey in the basement after they closed down the barroom. She said 1 CONT NO women were allowed down there. She got really quiet when she told 1 CONT me about the whiskey making...she said "Now that is probably something 1 CONT that I should not tell" . Then she smiled. 1 CONT 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: 1 CONT Subject: Re: A wonderful recording! 1 CONT Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 3:20 PM 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi Ed, 1 CONT My mom will be so thrilled to hear from you. She has asked me every day 1 CONT if you received the tape and if you could understand it. It was hard fo 1 CONC r 1 CONT her to do considering her age...God Bless Her. She loves her hometown 1 CONT and was so absolutely thrilled to read the blog the last week. She tel 1 CONC ls 1 CONT everyone that she is on the world wide web. 1 CONT Her address is: 1 CONT Edna Lantzy 1 CONT c/o Greys Colonial Gardens 1 CONT 630 Glade Run Road 1 CONT Kittanning, PA 16201 1 CONT If there is anything you cannot understand on the tape, feel free to ca 1 CONC ll me 1 CONT on my cell at 412-400=0409 or at home at 724=387=2934. 1 CONT Wishing you a great day. 1 CONT Kathy 1 CONT 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: 1 CONT Subject: Re: A wonderful recording! 1 CONT Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 4:05 PM 1 CONT 1 CONT Ed, 1 CONT Mother wsold not mind at all if you did the audio...that was a cute story 1 CONC . 1 CONT She is so wonderful at 97, isnt she? 1 CONT She is actually legally blind in one eye but amazes us how she can 1 CONT still function so well. It would be great if you put the text in large 1 CONT print...that would help her. 1 CONT She is so grateful for you; reliving all these memories and see you keepi 1 CONC ng 1 CONT them alive. She says that she prays for you always and is marveled at wh 1 CONC at 1 CONT you have done for the Byrnes family. 1 CONT We all too thank you for taking the time and energy to do all this. 1 CONT Kathy 1 CONT 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: 1 CONT Subject: Re: A wonderful recording! 1 CONT Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 4:07 PM 1 CONT 1 CONT In a message dated 1/13/2009 3:40:07 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, 1 CONT EdwardByrnes@@comcast.net writes: 1 CONT 1 CONT As a kid I was able to swim in the rock swimming pool at the farm in 1 CONT Clearfield. Don't know if you have been there, it is a spring fed pool 1 CONT 1 CONT I have been there only once and it is amazing, isnt it? I really ne 1 CONC ed to 1 CONT take 1 CONT my girls over that way and give them a grand tour of their heritage. 1 CONT 1 CONT From: 1 CONT To: 1 CONT Subject: Re: A wonderful recording! 1 CONT Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 5:11 PM 1 CONT 1 CONT In a message dated 1/13/2009 4:59:27 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, 1 CONT EdwardByrnes@@comcast.net writes: 1 CONT 1 CONT Was it you I was talking about walking through the alley and getting in 1 CONT trouble with your uncle for playing with contaminated glass vials I fou 1 CONC nd in his 1 CONT trash? 1 CONT 1 CONT Yes it was me...that was a great story. My Uncle was like a father to m 1 CONC e 1 CONT and my brother...in our eyes, he was the love of our lives. He and his w 1 CONC ife 1 CONT were childless so we were his kids and he loved us so. Not a day passe 1 CONC s, 1 CONT that 1 CONT I don't miss him still. This all helps; this website, you; it all hel 1 CONC ps to 1 CONT keep 1 CONT a part of him alive !!! SO many thanks 0 @I0743@ INDI 1 NAME Ronald /Lantzy/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 SEP 1949 1 FAMS @F0248@ 1 FAMC @F0239@ 0 @I0744@ INDI 1 NAME Charles /Aleese/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 NOV 1927 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 AUG 1982 1 FAMS @F0240@ 0 @I0745@ INDI 1 NAME Francina /Aleese/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 OCT 1953 1 FAMS @F0241@ 1 FAMC @F0240@ 0 @I0746@ INDI 1 NAME Roseanna /Aleese/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 OCT 1954 1 FAMS @F0242@ 1 FAMC @F0240@ 0 @I0747@ INDI 1 NAME Charles /Aleese/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 SEP 1954 1 FAMS @F0243@ 1 FAMC @F0240@ 0 @I0748@ INDI 1 NAME Wayne /Perkins/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 JUN 1952 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 JUL 2001 1 FAMS @F0241@ 0 @I0749@ INDI 1 NAME Abbey /Perkins/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 APR 1980 1 FAMC @F0241@ 0 @I0750@ INDI 1 NAME Remo /Battista/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 AUG 1953 1 FAMS @F0242@ 0 @I0751@ INDI 1 NAME Matthew /Battista/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 MAR 1981 1 FAMC @F0242@ 0 @I0752@ INDI 1 NAME Allen /Battista/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 MAY 1985 1 FAMC @F0242@ 0 @I0753@ INDI 1 NAME Corrine /Posadny/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 JUN 1952 1 FAMS @F0243@ 0 @I0754@ INDI 1 NAME Rachel /Aleese/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 FEB 1986 1 FAMC @F0243@ 0 @I0755@ INDI 1 NAME Diana /Lantzy/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 FEB 1966 1 FAMS @F0253@ 1 FAMC @F0244@ 0 @I0756@ INDI 1 NAME Dennis /Schmidt/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0254@ 0 @I0757@ INDI 1 NAME Taylor /Rupert/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 JUN 1996 1 FAMC @F0253@ 0 @I0758@ INDI 1 NAME Patrick /Rupert/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 JUN 1991 1 FAMC @F0253@ 0 @I0759@ INDI 1 NAME Michael /Rupert/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 SEP 1986 1 FAMC @F0253@ 0 @I0760@ INDI 1 NAME Jeffery /Rupert/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 MAY 1984 1 FAMC @F0253@ 0 @I0761@ INDI 1 NAME Donald /Hill/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 DEC 1934 1 FAMS @F0244@ 0 @I0762@ INDI 1 NAME John /Blanior/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0245@ 0 @I0763@ INDI 1 NAME Michelle /Blanior/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 JUL 1973 1 FAMS @F0254@ 1 FAMC @F0245@ 0 @I0764@ INDI 1 NAME Clement /Matta/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0246@ 0 @I0765@ INDI 1 NAME Natalie /Matta/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 APR 1979 1 FAMC @F0246@ 0 @I0766@ INDI 1 NAME Patricia /Kitsko/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 FEB 1951 1 FAMS @F0248@ 0 @I0767@ INDI 1 NAME Lisa /Lantzy/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 APR 1970 1 FAMS @F0255@ 1 FAMC @F0248@ 0 @I0768@ INDI 1 NAME Laura /Lantzy/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 OCT 1978 1 FAMC @F0248@ 0 @I0769@ INDI 1 NAME Ronna /Lantzy/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 OCT 1980 1 FAMC @F0248@ 0 @I0770@ INDI 1 NAME Cheryl Lynn /Johnson/ 1 SEX F 0 @I0771@ INDI 1 NAME Andrew Charles /Bracken/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 SEP 1988 1 FAMC @F0249@ 0 @I0772@ INDI 1 NAME Sharon Renee /Bracken/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 SEP 1991 1 FAMC @F0249@ 0 @I0773@ INDI 1 NAME Brian /Myers/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0250@ 0 @I0774@ INDI 1 NAME Autumn Rose /Bracken/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 DEC 1996 1 FAMC @F0251@ 0 @I0775@ INDI 1 NAME Hunter David /Bracken/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 MAR 2000 1 FAMC @F0251@ 0 @I0776@ INDI 1 NAME Bill /Novak/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC East Berlin pA 1 FAMS @F0252@ 0 @I0777@ INDI 1 NAME Michael Robert /Novak/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 APR 1995 1 FAMC @F0252@ 0 @I0778@ INDI 1 NAME William Shawn /Novak/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 JAN 2001 1 FAMC @F0252@ 0 @I0779@ INDI 1 NAME Cliff /Rupert/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 MAR 1968 1 FAMS @F0253@ 0 @I0780@ INDI 1 NAME Ryan Matthew Schmidt /Schmidt/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 SEP 2004 1 FAMC @F0254@ 0 @I0781@ INDI 1 NAME Joshua /Miller/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0255@ 0 @I0782@ INDI 1 NAME Donna /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1940 1 FAMS @F0258@ 1 FAMC @F0087@ 0 @I0783@ INDI 1 NAME Eugene Louis /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 DEC 1941 1 FAMS @F0259@ 1 FAMC @F0087@ 0 @I0784@ INDI 1 NAME Kenneth Joseph /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE JAN 1943 1 FAMS @F0262@ 1 FAMC @F0087@ 0 @I0785@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Louise /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 JUL 1 FAMS @F0263@ 1 FAMC @F0087@ 0 @I0786@ INDI 1 NAME Raymond /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE SEP 1 FAMC @F0087@ 0 @I0787@ INDI 1 NAME Michael /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 NAME Michael T. /Byrnes/ 1 FAMC @F0087@ 0 @I0788@ INDI 1 NAME Gloria Ann /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE APR 1 FAMS @F0264@ 1 FAMS @F0265@ 1 FAMC @F0087@ 0 @I0789@ INDI 1 NAME Walter Thomas /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE JUN 1 FAMC @F0087@ 0 @I0790@ INDI 1 NAME William /Frank/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0258@ 0 @I0791@ INDI 1 NAME Joyce /Gryboxky/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 JUL 1941 1 FAMS @F0259@ 0 @I0792@ INDI 1 NAME Eugene /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 JUN 1965 1 FAMC @F0259@ 0 @I0793@ INDI 1 NAME Jeanette /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 MAY 1967 1 FAMS @F0261@ 1 FAMS @F0260@ 1 FAMC @F0259@ 0 @I0794@ INDI 1 NAME David /McDermott/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0260@ 0 @I0795@ INDI 1 NAME Mark /Tiger/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0261@ 0 @I0796@ INDI 1 NAME Mark /Tiger/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 SEP 1999 1 FAMC @F0261@ 0 @I0797@ INDI 1 NAME Christy /Tiger/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 MAY 1998 1 FAMC @F0261@ 0 @I0798@ INDI 1 NAME David Charles /McDermott/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 JUL 1989 1 FAMC @F0260@ 0 @I0799@ INDI 1 NAME Jean /Reiger/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0262@ 0 @I0800@ INDI 1 NAME Paul Patrick /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE MAR 1944 1 FAMC @F0087@ 0 @I0801@ INDI 1 NAME Steve /Knapik/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0263@ 0 @I0802@ INDI 1 NAME Tim /Barak/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0264@ 0 @I0803@ INDI 1 NAME Jim /Hanlon/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0265@ 0 @I0804@ INDI 1 NAME Ian /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1988 1 FAMC @F0234@ 0 @I0805@ INDI 1 NAME Chris /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1990 1 FAMC @F0234@ 0 @I0806@ INDI 1 NAME Peter /Calabucci/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1982 1 FAMC @F0233@ 0 @I0807@ INDI 1 NAME Nicholas /Calabucci/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1985 1 FAMC @F0233@ 0 @I0808@ INDI 1 NAME Mark /Calabucci/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1992 1 FAMC @F0233@ 0 @I0809@ INDI 1 NAME Ed /Harmon/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0267@ 0 @I0810@ INDI 1 NAME Jessie /Kane/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 AUG 1977 2 PLAC Ashland, Ohio 1 FAMS @F0268@ 0 @I0811@ INDI 1 NAME Jacquline /Hernden/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 OCT 1925 1 FAMS @F0247@ 0 @I0812@ INDI 1 NAME Ella /Byrnes/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1903 1 FAMS @F0266@ 1 FAMC @F0171@ 0 @I0813@ INDI 1 NAME James /Winters/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0266@ 0 @I0814@ INDI 1 NAME Raymond /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1919 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2005 1 FAMS @F0269@ 1 FAMC @F0180@ 0 @I0815@ INDI 1 NAME /Betty/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Old Orchard Beach Maine 1 FAMS @F0269@ 0 @I0816@ INDI 1 NAME Greg /Graves/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0213@ 0 @I0817@ INDI 1 NAME Nancy /Hite/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0291@ 0 @I0818@ INDI 1 NAME George /Hite/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0291@ 0 @I0819@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Kollar/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0270@ 1 FAMC @F0271@ 0 @I0820@ INDI 1 NAME Helen /Yesko/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0270@ 0 @I0821@ INDI 1 NAME Jordan /Yingling/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0231@ 0 @I0822@ INDI 1 NAME Jacob /Yingling/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0231@ 0 @I0823@ INDI 1 NAME Kenneth Robert /Yingling/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0103@ 0 @I0824@ INDI 1 NAME Barbara Dokar /Kollar/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0271@ 0 @I0825@ INDI 1 NAME Marcella Thurman /Kollar/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0271@ 0 @I0826@ INDI 1 NAME Nicole /Jones/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 AUG 1984 1 FAMC @F0005@ 0 @I0827@ INDI 1 NAME Jaclyn /Jones/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 MAY 1988 1 FAMC @F0005@ 0 @I0828@ INDI 1 NAME /Natarian/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0272@ 0 @I0829@ INDI 1 NAME Bradley Robert Joseph /Natarian/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 APR 1993 1 FAMC @F0272@ 0 @I0830@ INDI 1 NAME Andrew /Thomas/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 MAR 1997 1 FAMC @F0272@ 0 @I0831@ INDI 1 NAME Tina /Carns/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0273@ 0 @I0832@ INDI 1 NAME Ian Edward /Lloyd/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 AUG 1998 1 FAMC @F0273@ 0 @I0833@ INDI 1 NAME Tatum McKenzie /Lloyd/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 MAR 2001 1 FAMC @F0273@ 0 @I0834@ INDI 1 NAME Gillespie Ezekiel /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 SEP 2005 2 PLAC Mansfield, OH 1 FAMC @F0268@ 0 @I0835@ INDI 1 NAME Jack Thomas "Tommy" /Parks/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0208@ 0 @I0836@ INDI 1 NAME Tara Elizabeth /Householder/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0209@ 0 @I0837@ INDI 1 NAME Barb /Beam/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0274@ 0 @I0838@ INDI 1 NAME Jennifer /Homer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0274@ 0 @I0839@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Homer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0274@ 0 @I0840@ INDI 1 NAME Barbara /Weakland/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0275@ 0 @I0841@ INDI 1 NAME Tracy /Homer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0276@ 1 FAMC @F0275@ 0 @I0842@ INDI 1 NAME Scot /Homer/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0277@ 1 FAMC @F0275@ 0 @I0843@ INDI 1 NAME Jay /Carol/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0276@ 0 @I0844@ INDI 1 NAME Brianna /Carol/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0276@ 0 @I0845@ INDI 1 NAME Brennan /Carol/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0276@ 0 @I0846@ INDI 1 NAME Bryce /Carol/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0276@ 0 @I0847@ INDI 1 NAME Heather /Stock/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0277@ 0 @I0848@ INDI 1 NAME Austin /Homer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0277@ 0 @I0849@ INDI 1 NAME Gavin /Homer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0277@ 0 @I0850@ INDI 1 NAME Marie /Pedersen/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0278@ 0 @I0851@ INDI 1 NAME Megan /Homer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0278@ 0 @I0852@ INDI 1 NAME Bethany /Homer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0278@ 0 @I0853@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Homer/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0278@ 0 @I0854@ INDI 1 NAME Laurice /Elias/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0224@ 0 @I0855@ INDI 1 NAME Katie /Elias/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0224@ 0 @I0856@ INDI 1 NAME Johanna /Elias/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0224@ 0 @I0857@ INDI 1 NAME Jerod /Elias/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0224@ 0 @I0858@ INDI 1 NAME Donna /Kruse/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0279@ 0 @I0859@ INDI 1 NAME Reagan /Homer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0279@ 0 @I0860@ INDI 1 NAME Rylee /Homer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0279@ 0 @I0861@ INDI 1 NAME Travis /Homer/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0279@ 0 @I0862@ INDI 1 NAME Eric /Homer/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0279@ 0 @I0863@ INDI 1 NAME Gail /Kunselman/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0280@ 0 @I0864@ INDI 1 NAME Matt /Homer/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0280@ 0 @I0865@ INDI 1 NAME Jemma /Homer/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0280@ 0 @I0866@ INDI 1 NAME Sharon /Helsel/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0281@ 0 @I0867@ INDI 1 NAME Amanda /Byers/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0281@ 0 @I0868@ INDI 1 NAME Stephanie /Byers/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0281@ 0 @I0869@ INDI 1 NAME Marilyn /Keller/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0282@ 0 @I0870@ INDI 1 NAME Jennifer /Byers/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0282@ 0 @I0871@ INDI 1 NAME Terry /Lucas/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0283@ 0 @I0872@ INDI 1 NAME Gary /Cecchini/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0284@ 0 @I0873@ INDI 1 NAME John W. /Luther/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 AUG 1800 2 PLAC Carrolltown PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 APR 1862 2 PLAC Carrolltown PA 1 FAMS @F0214@ 0 @I0874@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes C. /Weakland/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 MAY 1851 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 NOV 1943 1 FAMS @F0432@ 1 FAMC @F0062@ 1 NOTE @NI0874@ 0 @NI0874@ NOTE 1 CONC Agnes (Weakland) Rager (1851-1943) 1 CONT Replies: 0 1 CONT Agnes (Weakland) Rager (1851-1943) 1 CONT Marilyn Kline Washington (View posts) Posted: 11 Mar 2005 2:53AM 1 CONT 1 CONT Classification: Obituary 1 CONT Surnames: RAGER, WEAKLAND, SIBERT, YAHNER, WESTON, SIMPSON 1 CONT North Cambria News, Hastings, PA, Thursday, November 25, 1943 1 CONT 1 CONT NONAGENARIAN IS BURIED MONDAY 1 CONT 1 CONT Funeral services were conducted in St. Bernard's Church Monday morning wi 1 CONC th a requiem high mass at 9 o'clock for Mrs. Agnes(Weakland) Rager, who di 1 CONC ed at 2 o'clock last Thursday afternoon at her home her following a few da 1 CONC ys' illness. Interment was into the St. Boniface cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Aged 92 years, Mrs. Rager was one of Northern Cambria County's oldest resi 1 CONC dents. She enjoyed good health and was active about her home until ju 1 CONC st a few days before her death. 1 CONT 1 CONT A native and lifelong resident of Cambria County, Mrs. Rager was born in S 1 CONC usquehanna Township May 13, 1851, a daughter of Charles and Julia (Byrn 1 CONC e) Weakland. She came to Hastings 50 years ago and had resided here ever s 1 CONC ince. Her husband, William Rager, died 55 years ago. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mrs. Rager came from sturdy stock, her father being just three years sho 1 CONC rt of the century mark when death claimed him 22 years ago on 1 CONT >> the very day Mr. Rager departed this life. Several brothers of Mrs.Rag 1 CONC er are also quite advanced in years. 1 CONT 1 CONT Six children survive the nonagenarian, as follows: Emma, wife of William S 1 CONC ibert, and Mary, wife of T[obias] A. Yahner, of this place; Anne, wi 1 CONC fe of J. L. Weston, and Charlotte, wife of G. B. Simpson, Barnesboro; Marg 1 CONC aret, at home, and Agnes, of Akron, Ohio. Also surviving are 26 grandchild 1 CONC ren, seven of whom are in the U. S. service; 20 great grandchildren, and t 1 CONC hree brothers: Mark Weakland, Marstellar; William Weakland, Spangler, a 1 CONC nd Austin Weakland, of Altoona. Two sons preceded Mrs. Rager in death. 0 @I0875@ INDI 1 NAME Edward James Runner /Byrnes/ 2 SOUR @S23616@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 SEP 1980 2 PLAC Rochester, MI 1 FAMC @F0009@ 0 @I0876@ INDI 1 NAME Charles Francis /Luther/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 JAN 1865 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 DEC 1949 1 FAMS @F0286@ 1 FAMC @F0287@ 1 NOTE @NI0876@ 0 @NI0876@ NOTE 1 CONC > MARRIAGES: Luther - Weakland 1 CONT > Charles Luther, aged 47 years and Miss Agnes Weakland, aged 67 years, bo 1 CONC th 1 CONT > well known residents of Susquehanna Township were united in marria 1 CONC ge in St. 1 CONT > Bernard's Catholic Church at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday morning by the Rev Fat 1 CONC hr 1 CONT > Marcellus. The attendants were Miss Emma Weakland, of Chest Springs, a n 1 CONC iece 1 CONT > of the bride, and James Farrell, of Spangler. 1 CONT > The bride was gowned in royal blue trimmed in cream lace daintily made a 1 CONC nd 1 CONT > wore a white mesh veil. 1 CONT > After the ceremony the wedding party wee entertained and took breakfast 1 CONT > at the home of Dr. and Mrs. D.S. Rice, after which they drove to Carroll 1 CONC town and 1 CONT > were served lunch at the St. Lawrence Hotel in that place. In the aftern 1 CONC oon 1 CONT > they drove to the bride's home where an elegant dinner was served in the 1 CONT > evening, followed by a dance at the groom's home. During the evening a l 1 CONC arge 1 CONT > number of friends called and they received the hearty congratulatio 1 CONC ns of all. 1 CONT > Mr. and Mrs. Luther are both too well know to need any introduction to 1 CONT > the people of this vicinity. Both have been residents of Susquehanna tow 1 CONC nship 1 CONT > for many years and have the respect and esteem of all. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT From: Marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Subject: Luther - Weakland 1 CONT Date: Fri, 21 May 2004 22:11:20 EDT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT St. Bernard Catholic Church, Hastings, Marriage Register [names in Latin] 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Luther, Carolum Franciscum, Carrolltown, son of Francis and Margaretae 1 CONT Kirkpatrick Luther 1 CONT Married July 1, 1913, by Fr. Marcellus, OSB, 1 CONT Weakland, Agnes Victoriam, Susquehanna Twp. Dau. of Joannis A. and Mari 1 CONC ae M. 1 CONT Platt Weakland. 1 CONT Witnesses: 1 CONT Simon Farrell 1 CONT Maria Weakland 0 @I0877@ INDI 1 NAME Francis /Luther/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1830 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1910 1 FAMS @F0287@ 1 FAMC @F0594@ 1 NOTE @NI0877@ 0 @NI0877@ NOTE 1 CONC From: marilynkwash@@aol.com 1 CONT Subject: Francis Luther and Margaret Kirkpatrick Luther 1 CONT Date: Tue, 07 Feb 2006 23:24:38 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Hastings, Friday, June 24, 1910 1 CONT 1 CONT ANOTHER OLD VETERAN PASSES AWAY: Francis Luther Expires at His Home Saturd 1 CONC ay 1 CONT 1 CONT Francis Luther, and old soldier and one of Susquehanna Township's oldest a 1 CONC nd best known residents, died at his home near Cymbria Mines at 2 p.m. Sat 1 CONC urday morning. He had been suffering from a paralytic stroke which result 1 CONC ed in his death. He was aged 80 years. 1 CONT Deceased was well known in Hastings, being an every day visitor to town be 1 CONC fore he was taken ill. During the War he served as a private in Compa 1 CONC ny C, 76th Regiment, Penna. Volunteer Infantry. He was a member of Thom 1 CONC as Dumm Post, G.A. R. of this place. 1 CONT Deceased is survived by his wife, who is in very delicate health, and t 1 CONC wo sons: 1 CONT Charles, at home, and 1 CONT Joseph, of Braddock, Pa.; 1 CONT Also one brother: 1 CONT Silas, of Ebensburg;[b 1839] 1 CONT And two sisters: 1 CONT Mrs. Edward [Ann Elizabeth] Manion, and [#1 husband was John Elder][abo 1 CONC ut 1844/7] 1 CONT Mrs Edward [Henrietta] Shields, Carrolltown.[about 1846/49] 1 CONT After a requiem mass and funeral services in St. Benedict's Church at Carr 1 CONC olltown, his body was laid to rest in the church cemetery on Monday mornin 1 CONC g. A large concourse of friends, the local Camp of Sons of Veterans of t 1 CONC he G.A.R. accompanied their deceased comrade to his final resting place a 1 CONC nd showed their last respects in his late illness by rendering him all t 1 CONC he comfort possible. 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: Deceased Children from the St. Benedict Church Records 1 CONT Matilda [Kirkpatrick] born about 1861- 16 Dec 1885 1 CONT Thomas - 1857 - 28 July 1908 1 CONT Anthony - 1859 - 8 Dec 1901 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: Deceased Siblings from the St. Benedict Church Records 1 CONT James [or Jacob] about 1832 - 14 May 1861, aged 28 years, 10 months 1 CONT Charles - about 1842/3 to ? Corporal in the Civil War 1 CONT 1 CONT If anyone has the exact dates, I would appreciate them. Also names of spou 1 CONC ses. 1 CONT It appears that daughter Matilda was the daughter of Margaret Kirkpatri 1 CONC ck before she married Francis Luther, as her name is given in the church r 1 CONC ecords as "Matilda Kirkpatrick." 1 CONT 1 CONT North Cambria News, Hastings, Friday, February 17, 1911. 1 CONT 1 CONT MRS. MARGARET LUTHER 1 CONT 1 CONT Mrs. Margaret Luther, widow of Frank Luther, an old soldier, died at her h 1 CONC ome in Susquehanna Township at 1 o'clock on Saturday morning from complica 1 CONC tions of diseases. She had been ailing for the past two years and was ag 1 CONC ed 74 years. She is survived by two sons: 1 CONT Joseph, of New Kensington, Pa., and 1 CONT Charles, who resided with his mother. 1 CONT Funeral services were held at 9:30 o'clock on Monday morning in St. Benedi 1 CONC ct Church at Carrolltown. Interment was made in the church cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Same paper, March 3, 1911 1 CONT Estate of Margaret Luther, late of Susquehanna Township. Will probated a 1 CONC nd letters testamentary issued to Charles Luther. 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: She died February 11, 1911 and was born about 1836/37. 0 @I0878@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Kirkpatrick/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1837 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 FEB 1911 1 FAMS @F0287@ 0 @I0879@ INDI 1 NAME Florence L. /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 APR 1918 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 NOV 2003 0 @I0880@ INDI 1 NAME Patrick /Kelly/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0288@ 0 @I0881@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Hartman/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0288@ 0 @I0882@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Caldwell/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0082@ 0 @I0884@ INDI 1 NAME William L. /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 0 @I0885@ INDI 1 NAME Della /McConnell/ 1 SEX F 0 @I0886@ INDI 1 NAME Wallburg /Carl/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1839 2 PLAC Germany 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 SEP 1902 1 FAMS @F0161@ 1 FAMC @F0803@ 1 NOTE @NI0886@ 0 @NI0886@ NOTE 1 CONC The Daily Tribune 1 CONT Johnstown,PA 1 CONT Saturday 1 CONT September 13, 1902 1 CONT 1 CONT Walburg, wife of Burgess Adam Stoltz of Carrolltown, died at her home in t 1 CONC his place Thursday morning, September 11, 1902, of complications of diseas 1 CONC es, in the sixty-third year of her age. 1 CONT Deceased, whose maiden name was Carl, was born in Germany and came to Amer 1 CONC ica at the age of eleven years, her parents locating in Indiana County. La 1 CONC ter they moved to Carrolltown, where in 1855, the subject of these lines w 1 CONC ere united in marriage with Adam Stoltz. To this union fourteen children w 1 CONC ere born, eleven of whom are living as follows: C.L. Stoltz, of Carroltow 1 CONC n; Annie wife of John Murphy, and Edward, Frank, and Theresa, wife of Edwa 1 CONC rd Hafer, all of Philadelphia; Rose, wife of John Gutwald, of Carrolltow 1 CONC n; John, of Carroll Township; Kate, at home; Henry, of Carrolltown; Marth 1 CONC a, wife of Gilbert Byrnes, of Barnesboro, and Dennis at home. John Hafe 1 CONC r, of Boswell, is an adopted son. Mrs. Stoltz is also survived by the foll 1 CONC owing brothers and sisters: Barney Carl, of Hastings; Mrs Lawrence Stic 1 CONC h, of Altoona; Mrs. Walburg Geus of Hastings; Mrs. Frank Grassberger, of V 1 CONC irginia, and Mrs. Robert Webster, of Altoona. 1 CONT The funeral took place this moring after a requiem mass in St. Benedict 1 CONC 's Church, Carrolltown. Interment was made in the congregation's cemetery. 0 @I0887@ INDI 1 NAME Betty /Ranck/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1915 1 FAMS @F0216@ 0 @I0888@ INDI 1 NAME /Pauline/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 OCT 1880 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 MAR 1938 1 FAMS @F0289@ 0 @I0889@ INDI 1 NAME John Ernest 'Emmet' /Byrne/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 FEB 1883 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 JAN 1943 1 FAMS @F0290@ 1 FAMC @F0069@ 0 @I0890@ INDI 1 NAME Marie Etta /Dick/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0290@ 0 @I0891@ INDI 1 NAME Wilda /Byrne/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1928 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 MAR 1940 1 FAMC @F0105@ 0 @I0892@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Hite/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0291@ 0 @I0893@ INDI 1 NAME George B. /Hite/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1925 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 JUL 2004 1 FAMS @F0292@ 1 FAMC @F0201@ 1 NOTE @NI0893@ 0 @NI0893@ NOTE 1 CONC George B. HITE 1 CONT 1 CONT George B. Hite Age 79 passed away July 1, 2004. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Hite was born in 1925 in Barnsboro, PA to Amandus Hite and Margaret By 1 CONC rns. 1 CONT 1 CONT A veteran of World War II, he served as a member of the U.S. Air Force. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Hite obtained his BA from Penn State in 1949 and his MBA from the Univ 1 CONC ersity of Delaware in 1951. 1 CONT 1 CONT He retired from the DuPont Company in 1982. 1 CONT 1 CONT While working for the DuPont Company, Mr. Hite and his family resided in L 1 CONC ouisville, KY for 5 years and while there, he taught at Bellarmine College 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT When the family transferred back to Wilmington, Mr. Hite taught at Delawa 1 CONC re Technical Community College in Wilmington, DE for over 18 years. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Hite's joys in life were his family and his love of golf. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was on the board of governors for the DuPont Country Club from 1980-198 1 CONC 5. 1 CONT 1 CONT He served as vice-president from 1982-1983 and as president from 1984-1985 1 CONC . 1 CONT 1 CONT After his retirement from DuPont, he volunteered his time at various chari 1 CONC ties such as Choices, March of Dimes, United Way, and the McDonald's Go 1 CONC lf Championship held at the DuPont County Club, where he was responsible f 1 CONC or housing the players during the tournament. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Hite is survived by his wife and best friend, Eleanor E. Hite, wh 1 CONC om he married in 1949 and shared 55 wonderful years of marriage. 1 CONT 1 CONT He is also survived by his daughters, Rebecca A. McLaughlin of Wilmingto 1 CONC n, DE and Christine H. Dedel and her husband, Alfred, and their daughte 1 CONC r, Jamie, of West Chester, PA. 1 CONT 1 CONT His sister, Nancy Conrad, predeceased him in 1986. 1 CONT 1 CONT A memorial mass will be held on Friday, July 9, at 10 am at St. Mary Magda 1 CONC len Catholic Church, 9 Sharpley Rd., Wilmington, DE. 1 CONT 1 CONT Burial will be private. 1 CONT 1 CONT Friends may call on Thursday, July 9, from 7-9 pm at the CHANDLER FUNER 1 CONC AL HOME, 2506 Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE. 1 CONT 1 CONT In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Delaware Hospic 1 CONC e, 3515 Silverside Rd., Wilmington, DE 19810; or to the Ronald McDonald Ho 1 CONC use, 1901 Rockland Rd., Wilmington, DE 19803. 1 CONT 1 CONT www.chandlerfuneralhome.com 302-478-7100 1 CONT 1 CONT [published 07/06/2004] 1 CONT 0 @I0894@ INDI 1 NAME Nancy /Hite/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1923 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1986 1 FAMS @F0285@ 1 FAMC @F0201@ 1 NOTE @NI0894@ 0 @NI0894@ NOTE 1 CONC My dad's sister, Nancy Hite Conrad passed away quite a while ago of canc 1 CONC er and 1 CONT her husband also. Nancy had five children, 1 CONT Jeff, Kirk, Donna, Joyce and Brian. Donna and Joyce are in Washingto 1 CONC n, DC area 1 CONT and Jeff is in California and Brian in Oregon and Kirk in Florida. Don 1 CONC 't have 1 CONT much contact with them now. We had a ton of time together when we were gr 1 CONC owing 1 CONT up 1 CONT and dad and his sister spent a lot of time with gram and grandad in Cresso 1 CONC n. We 1 CONT used to go up every summer for two weeks. 0 @I0895@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca "Becky" /Hite/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0187@ 1 FAMC @F0292@ 1 NOTE @NI0895@ 0 @NI0895@ NOTE 1 CONC From: beekbeek@@comcast.net 1 CONT To: "KAREN HARMON" 1 CONT Subject: hello hello from cousin becky! 1 CONT Date: Tue, 06 Dec 2005 16:28:44 +0000 1 CONT 1 CONT Karen, hello! can't believe I finally had luck finding you guys. My fath 1 CONC er 1 CONT George Hite, passed away 7/1/2004. I tried to get him 1 CONT to tell me who was who in the pictures, but to no avail. But I was goi 1 CONT through his papers and found all kinds of info on his father Amandus Hi 1 CONC te and 1 CONT his mother, Margaret Viola Hite. I even have their wedding license! 1 CONC !! As a 1 CONT child, we used to 1 CONT visit Aunt Emma and Aunt Ella Mae. I can still remember both of their hom 1 CONC es. 1 CONT I can't remember any of Gram Margaret's brothers, only Emma and Ella Ma 1 CONC e. We 1 CONT even visited and stayed with Ella Mae. I believe she had a boxer dog. 1 CONT And I can remember going to Byrnesville slightly. 1 CONT 1 CONT I had been searching and searching for Gram Margaret family, but I did n 1 CONC ot have 1 CONT the correct first name. I was thinking it was John Byrnes but in actuali 1 CONC ty it 1 CONT was Thomas and that is when I found info!!!!!!!!!!!!! I did resear 1 CONT Grandad HIte and found out he came from a family of 12!!! children. He w 1 CONC as the 1 CONT youngest child as since he married so late in life, I don't remember a 1 CONC ny of his 1 CONT brothers or sisters. His parents were born in 1832!!!!!!!! So records we 1 CONC re old 1 CONT old. I would love to know more about his family but so far nothing, b 1 CONC ut I will 1 CONT keep looking. 1 CONT 1 CONT My mother, Eleanor E. Vaile Hite was from Cresson. She and my father marr 1 CONC ied in 1 CONT 1949. I have one sister, Chris and she has one daughter, Jamie. I am div 1 CONC orced 1 CONT with no kids. I live in Wilmington, DE and my sister lives close by in We 1 CONC st 1 CONT Chester, PA and mom is still alive and also living in Wilmington. I kn 1 CONC ow a ton 1 CONT of stuff about my mom's family as my cousin did this extensive booklet. B 1 CONC ut I 1 CONT have always wondered about the Hites. When Dad passed away, I thought w 1 CONC ow was 1 CONT this the end of the Hite line and it was then I began to research. 1 CONT 1 CONT My dad's sister, Nancy Hite Conrad passed away quite a while ago of canc 1 CONC er and 1 CONT her husband also. Nancy had five children, 1 CONT Jeff, Kirk, Donna, Joyce and Brian. Donna and Joyce are in Washingto 1 CONC n, DC area 1 CONT and Jeff is in California and Brian in Oregon and Kirk in Florida. Don 1 CONC 't have 1 CONT much contact with them now. We had a ton of time together when we were gr 1 CONC owing 1 CONT up 1 CONT and dad and his sister spent a lot of time with gram and grandad in Cresso 1 CONC n. We 1 CONT used to go up every summer for two weeks. 1 CONT 1 CONT And!! my sister and I were just up last January as my mother's sister pass 1 CONC ed 1 CONT away in Altoona. My father George Hite used to hang out with my mother 1 CONT brothers in Cresson when they were growing up. As mom came from a fami 1 CONC ly of 10, 1 CONT I have a ton of cousins on her side and am in touch with them. 1 CONT 1 CONT This is just sooo cool I have relatives out there from the Hite side. H 1 CONC ow many 1 CONT children did Tom and Sarah have? Do you know their names? Did they all 1 CONT survive. And I found info that Sarah passed away around 1918, but not wh 1 CONC at she 1 CONT died from. 1 CONT I think from my research, that great grandad Tom lived with Aunt Em and h 1 CONC er 1 CONT husband just before he passed away. 1 CONT He lived quite a long time after Sarah's death. I think he died in 1932. 1 CONT 1 CONT Where do you live? Give me the scoop on you. I am 50 years old! Can 1 CONT believe it and certainly mentally don't know it!! 1 CONT I retired early from DuPont and work part time doing fun jobs. I wo 1 CONC rk at a 1 CONT family owned video store that has lasted for 15 years and also work f 1 CONT landscaper in the summer. Now I know why I love gardening so much as t 1 CONC he Hite 1 CONT side of the 1 CONT family were farmers!! My mother's family were in the coal mines. 1 CONT 1 CONT My sister is the computer expert so I will have to ask her if she can sc 1 CONC an some 1 CONT pictures to send you. 1 CONT I have a number of very old picture postcards of people. That must have b 1 CONC een 1 CONT the thing back then. But of course, no 1 CONT names attached to them....seems like gran hite spent some time in Pittsbur 1 CONC gh as 1 CONT she wrote to Aunt Em from there. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sorry for the long note, but I am sooo excited. Will talk at ya later! 1 CONC !! 0 @I0896@ INDI 1 NAME Eleanor E. /Vaile/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1925 2 PLAC Revloc, PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 DEC 2009 1 FAMS @F0292@ 1 FAMC @F1126@ 1 NOTE @NI0896@ 0 @NI0896@ NOTE 1 CONC ELEANOR HITE 1 CONT 1 CONT Eleanor E. Hite 1 CONT 1 CONT Age 84, passed away peacefully in her home on December 29, 2009, after a b 1 CONC rief illness. 1 CONT 1 CONT Eleanor was born 1925 in Revloc, PA to Martin Vaile and Alice Bolents. Dur 1 CONC ing World War II, she worked in an ammunitions factory along with her sist 1 CONC er, Betty. Eleanor came from a family of 10 brothers and sisters, all wh 1 CONC om have predeceased her. She was very close with her brothers and siste 1 CONC rs and stayed in contact with them over the years. They had many family re 1 CONC unions which she enjoyed immensely. During her lifetime, she had many wo 1 CONC rk experiences. When her daughters were young, Eleanor worked at Shipley E 1 CONC lementary and Concord High School. After leaving the school system, she wo 1 CONC rked for the Du Pont Company until retirement. Most recently she work 1 CONC ed in the office at the Lower Brandywine Presbyterian Church. Eleanor enjo 1 CONC yed her many friends and various activities which included bridge, bowlin 1 CONC g, golf, going to movies, outings to the beach and her crossword puzzle 1 CONC s. She was an accomplished seamstress and enjoyed making matching outfi 1 CONC ts for her and her daughters when they were young. In the early 60's whi 1 CONC le living in Louisville, Kentucky, her church asked her to make the fir 1 CONC st short street clothes for the parish nuns. Eleanor was also able to rece 1 CONC ntly accomplish two things she always wanted to do - she took a cruise wi 1 CONC th some friends and a wonderful trip to Las Vegas with her daughters and f 1 CONC riends. 1 CONT 1 CONT Eleanor's husband and best friend, George, passed away in 2004. They we 1 CONC re married in 1949 and shared over 55 wonderful years of marriage. Elean 1 CONC or is survived by two daughters, Rebecca Hite McLaughlin of Wilmington, D 1 CONC E, and Christine H. Dedel and her husband, Alfred, of West Chester, PA. El 1 CONC eanor loved her three granddaughters, Penny Dedel of Berkeley, CA, Kelly D 1 CONC edel of Portland, OR and Jamie Dedel of Orlando, FL. 1 CONT 1 CONT A memorial mass will be held at 10:30 am, on Saturday, January 16, at S 1 CONC t. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church, Concord Pike & Sharpley Road, Wilmingto 1 CONC n, DE. Friends are most welcome at the memorial mass as well as invit 1 CONC ed to a reception immediately following the mass at the DuPont Country Clu 1 CONC b, 1001 Rockland Road, Wilmington, DE. 1 CONT 1 CONT In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Delaware Hos 1 CONC pice, 3515 Silverside Road, Wilmington, DE. The family of Eleanor Hite wis 1 CONC hes to thank Delaware Hospice for the wonderful care given to their mothe 1 CONC r. The family would also like to thank Chandler Funeral Homes and Duway 1 CONC ne Casini for his wonderful assistance and support. 1 CONT 1 CONT www.chandlerfuneralhome.com 1 CONT 1 CONT 302-478-7100 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT [published 01/10/2010] 1 CONT 0 @I0897@ INDI 1 NAME Christine H. /Hite/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0293@ 1 FAMC @F0292@ 1 NOTE @NI0897@ 0 @NI0897@ NOTE 1 CONC Correction, sort of. Penny Dedel and Kelly Dedel are Chris' step daughter 1 CONC s. It is my guess that they are near to Chris' age as Al is about 16 yea 1 CONC rs older than Chris. You will note they are not mentioned in George's obi 1 CONC t, but they are in Eleanor's. Until just a few years ago, Christmas car 1 CONC ds featured all 3 Dedel girls. Do as you wish in your data, --- maybe Chr 1 CONC is adopted them, I really don't know. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thanks for the info. I assume that is what Becky has? 1 CONT Ellen 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Sent: Thursday, January 14, 2010 12:18:37 PM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern 1 CONT Subject: Re: My Hite holdings... 0 @I0898@ INDI 1 NAME Jamie /Dedel/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0293@ 0 @I0899@ INDI 1 NAME Jeff /Conrad/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0285@ 0 @I0900@ INDI 1 NAME Donna /Conrad/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0285@ 0 @I0901@ INDI 1 NAME Joyce /Conrad/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0285@ 0 @I0902@ INDI 1 NAME Kirk /Conrad/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0285@ 0 @I0903@ INDI 1 NAME Brian /Conrad/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0285@ 0 @I0904@ INDI 1 NAME Infant /Weakland/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1850 2 PLAC Died at birth 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1850 2 PLAC Hart's Sleeping Place 1 FAMC @F0424@ 0 @I0905@ INDI 1 NAME Emily Ann 'Emma' /Weakland/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 SEP 1854 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 MAY 1937 1 FAMS @F0294@ 1 FAMC @F0424@ 0 @I0906@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Weakland/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1857 2 PLAC Died at eight years 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 OCT 1865 2 PLAC Hart's Sleeping Place 1 FAMC @F0424@ 0 @I0907@ INDI 1 NAME Barnabus /Weakland/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 DEC 1860 2 PLAC Died at one year 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 FEB 1862 1 FAMC @F0424@ 0 @I0908@ INDI 1 NAME Bernard /Weakland/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 DEC 1863 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 SEP 1865 1 FAMC @F0424@ 0 @I0909@ INDI 1 NAME William Edward /Lantzy/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 OCT 1853 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 JUN 1909 1 FAMS @F0294@ 0 @I0910@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas R. /Byrnes/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1900 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1925 2 PLAC Holy Cross Cem. Spangler, Cambria Co. PA 1 FAMC @F0145@ 0 @I0911@ INDI 1 NAME Ann Caroline /Nagle/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 DEC 1850 2 PLAC St. Augustine PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 NOV 1917 2 PLAC Indiana PA 1 FAMS @F0295@ 1 FAMC @F1094@ 1 NOTE @NI0911@ 0 @NI0911@ NOTE 1 CONC James E. Burns lists Ann Caroline Nagle as Carrie Nagle 0 @I0912@ INDI 1 NAME Viola M. /Benden/ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 JAN 1921 2 PLAC Barnesboro RD Pa 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 MAY 2005 1 FAMS @F0296@ 1 FAMC @F0219@ 1 NOTE @NI0912@ 0 @NI0912@ NOTE 1 CONC Viola M. Miller, 84 1 CONT 1 CONT 05/20/05 1 CONT 1 CONT Viola M. Miller, 84, of Beverly Healthcare - HAIDA, formerly of Northern C 1 CONC ambria, died May 12, 2005, at HAIDA. Born January 26, 1921, in Barnesbo 1 CONC ro R.D., she was a daughter of Albert and Mary Agnes (Byrnes) Benden. S 1 CONC he was preceded in death by parents, husband, E. Paul, who died in 1990; a 1 CONC nd brother, Lerman Edward Benden. Survivors include sisters, Marie Hambl 1 CONC ey of Hastings and Agnes Gettas of Ecorse, Mich., and several nieces and n 1 CONC ephews. Viola was a retired cafeteria worker for the Northern Cambria Scho 1 CONC ol District, where she was fondly known as “Grandma.” She was a memb 1 CONC er of St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church and a former member of the Presbyteri 1 CONC an Women’s Organization. She was a member of PSSER. Viola loved her pets T 1 CONC ruffels, Suzette and Montel. Friends were received from 2 to 4 a 1 CONC nd 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Long-Contres Funeral Home Inc., Northern Cambri 1 CONC a, where funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 15, with the Re 1 CONC v. Marty Cartmell officiating. Interment was in Forest Lawn Cemetery, John 1 CONC stown. 1 CONT Mainline Newspapers 1 CONT 0 @I0913@ INDI 1 NAME E. Paul /Miller/ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1990 1 FAMS @F0296@ 0 @I0914@ INDI 1 NAME Lerman Edward /Benden/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0219@ 0 @I0915@ INDI 1 NAME Marie Benden /Hambly/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0219@ 0 @I0916@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes Benden /Gettas/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0219@ 0 @I0917@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth Mae /Holtz/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0160@ 0 @I0918@ INDI 1 NAME Gary /Illig/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0297@ 1 FAMC @F0160@ 0 @I0919@ INDI 1 NAME Denise /Illig/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0298@ 1 FAMC @F0160@ 0 @I0920@ INDI 1 NAME Brenda /Illig/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0299@ 1 FAMC @F0160@ 0 @I0921@ INDI 1 NAME Joe /Illig/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0300@ 1 FAMC @F0160@ 0 @I0922@ INDI 1 NAME Glenn /Illig/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0301@ 1 FAMC @F0160@ 0 @I0923@ INDI 1 NAME Linda /Illig/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0302@ 1 FAMC @F0160@ 0 @I0924@ INDI 1 NAME Vickie /Bishop/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0297@ 0 @I0925@ INDI 1 NAME Eric /Kamiel/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0298@ 0 @I0926@ INDI 1 NAME Rick /Seaman/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0299@ 0 @I0927@ INDI 1 NAME Debra /Sidone/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0300@ 0 @I0928@ INDI 1 NAME Paula /Wilson/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F0301@ 0 @I0929@ INDI 1 NAME Tom /Allison/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F0302@ 0 @I0930@ INDI 1 NAME Betty Illig /Switzler/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0135@ 0 @I0931@ INDI 1 NAME Jean Illig /Welker/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0135@ 0 @I0932@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Illig/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0135@ 0 @I0933@ INDI 1 NAME Jim /Illig/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0135@ 0 @I0934@ INDI 1 NAME Len /Illig/ 1 SEX M 1 FAMC @F0135@ 0 @I0935@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Kelly /Selfridge/ 1 SEX F 1 FAMC @F0288@ 0 @I0936@ INDI 1 NAME Mar