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1. [PACAMBRI] Fw: will, nagle [1]
Richard Nagle of Allegheny Twp, Cambria County. "Sick and weak". Wife: Mary. Son: Jacob. Daughter: Honor. Mentions: "Each of my other children" (but does not name them). Executors: none listed. Witnesses: John DOUGLASS Jr and Sarah Douglass. Testator signed with his mark. Will not dated. No probate date given. [Listed: Footnote: [Not listed], Conemaugh Country the History and Genealogy of Cambria County, Pennsylvania (N.p.: n.p., 1981), p. 3. Short Footnote: [Listed], Conemaugh Country the History and Genea
2. Re: [PACAMBRI] Ledoux Lookup Please [1]
No William in the time period 1858 - 1869. Only 8 Weaver's listed in that time frame and most of them women. Jack > To: PACAMBRI@rootsweb.com > From: gentwirp@aol.com > Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2014 15:28:23 -0400 > Subject: [PACAMBRI] Ledoux Lookup Please > > When anyone has time would you please check the books for a marriage of WEAVER, William b.1828 to an Elizabeth Shirley. > I am going to guess the timeframe around 1866-67. > Thanks > Mary > - - - - - - - - - - > > Search for more Cambria County in
3. Re: [PACAMBRI] 1850 era records PACAMBRI Digest, Vol 9, Issue 45 [1]
I was at the Canbria Co records center a couple years ago and took digital photos of all the 1850's marriage & divorce records they had available. Brian Cartwright Johnstown On 03/17/14, marilyn wrote: Ellen, I was told by someone from the Eastern PA counties that the reason the vital statistics required about 1850 ceased, was the Legislature required the registration, but neglected to fund the project. Don't we all know how that works!! As for Cambri
4. Re: [PACAMBRI] Sandyvale [1]
Nancy, You need to revisit Sandyvale Cemetery on Memorial Day. They have a great service. There have been several changes in the last two years. Almost everything is done by volunteers with limited funding. The Cemetery Association has been holding other events to raise desperately need funds and make people aware of what is happening. Drive down Franklin Street toward downtown Johnstown during the summer and you will see an American Flag in living growing flowers. I have three generations of family b
5. [PACAMBRI] Rose McGonagle [1]
Dear List, Someone asked me a while back about a Rose McGonagle. Itold them I did not show them in my family tree but now I may have some information. If that person could contact me off-list I will share what I found (by accident). Thanks, Robert McGonigleColumbus, OH
6. Re: [PACAMBRI] Help, please. NYC Death Certificates [1]
Dear Laura, My family name is/was Klein, changed to Kline during WW I. We were from Leimen, Rhineland, Germany. The first direct relative emigrated about 1830 with some other villagers, and the last of the family emigrated about 1880. We do have some local Cline's, but I don't have any idea why the name is spelled that way and they are not relatives. The last time the name was spelled "Klein" was in 1932 on an academic award my father won. Baltzer and Louis' brother, John, kept the Klein spell
7. [PACAMBRI] Andrew Sutton County Clare [1]
Does anyone know in what village in County Clare Andrew Sutton came from? Married to Fanny Davis. Mary Conrad Hoffherr mho4@comcast.net How will our children know who they are if they don't know where they came from? Ma in Grapes of Wrath
8. [PACAMBRI] Fw: will, Lilly [1]
Joseph Lilly. Wife: Charity. Sons: Samuel and his brothers (only names John). Daughters: Mary DIMOND, Martha BURGOON w/o Jacob, Anna w/o Levy BURGOON, Mary Ann w/o John CARLAND, and Theresa. Mentions: 1) lands he possesses in Allegheny and Summerhill Townships, Cambria County, together with all the buildings, clearings, mills, coal banks; 2) an estate that is in Maryland and now in the hands of Joseph OGLE. Executors: wife Lilly and son Samuel. Witnesses: Joseph McGEEHAN, John CANAN Jr. and James PARRISH. W
9. [PACAMBRI] Which Thomas BYRNE married Sarah WEAKLAND? [1]
I have a question about which Thomas BYRNE married SarahWEAKLAND. Catholic Vital Records by Rev Ledoux Volume 1 page 257 # 5409 BYRNE Thomas, m04-24-1838 Sarah WAEKLAND at St Josephs Harts Sleeping Place Cambria Co Pa byRev Phillip Lemke. Was this Thomas a sonof John Byrne Jr married to Mary Ann Bender and born 9-15-1815 OR a son of Thomas J BYRNE married to SarahBURGOON who was born Feb 1819? Patty
10. Re: [PACAMBRI] Ledoux Lookup Please [1]
And I show a Elizabeth Shirley but born around 1844 (?) Sorry. > From: seanroconnor@hotmail.com > To: gentwirp@aol.com; pacambri@rootsweb.com > Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2014 17:25:24 -0400 > Subject: Re: [PACAMBRI] Ledoux Lookup Please > > No William in the time period 1858 - 1869. Only 8 Weaver's listed in that time frame and most of them women. > > Jack > > > > > > To: PACAMBRI@rootsweb.com > > From: gentwirp@aol.com > > Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2014 15:28:23 -0400 > > Subject: [PACAMBRI] Ledoux Lookup Please
11. Re: [PACAMBRI] Sandyvale Cemetery as Park for cremains and trees [1]
Here is a link that anyone interested in Sandyvale might find helpful: http://www.sandyvalememorialgardens.org/ -----Original Message----- From: Lisa Baker To: JoeKeR63 ; pacambri Sent: Thu, Mar 27, 2014 6:32 pm Subject: Re: [PACAMBRI] Sandyvale Cemetery as Park for cremains and trees I like your idea, although when my time comes I'll be planted in Ohio. In 2001 I visited Frankfurt, Germany and of course had to visit a local cemete
12. Re: [PACAMBRI] Sandyvale Cemetery as Park for cremains and trees [1]
I like your idea, although when my time comes I'll be planted in Ohio. In 2001 I visited Frankfurt, Germany and of course had to visit a local cemetery. There was a park that encompassed several blocks, surrounded by at least ten foot high and two foot thick walls, with gated entrances for each block. Inside the park it was a combination cemetery, paths, trees, plants and benches. There were headstones scattered throughout the park, and a number of old headstones leaning against the inside walls. Ther
13. [PACAMBRI] Ledoux lookup [1]
Thanks to all who did the lookup for me. Very appreciated, Mary
14. Re: [PACAMBRI] PACAMBRI Digest, Vol 9, Issue 52 [1]
Johnstown needs a shot in the arm. A park is a wonderful way to add to the community. Who is going to head the project? A safe place to bicycle would be great for families. The work it takes would be nothing in compare to the pleasure it would give to many. Talk about parks; how does the city park look that was across the street from Glossers? -----Original Message----- From: pacambri-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:pacambri-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of pacambri-request@rootsweb.com Sent: Friday, March
15. [PACAMBRI] 1850 era records PACAMBRI Digest, Vol 9, Issue 45 [1]
Ellen, I was told by someone from the Eastern PA counties that the reason the vital statistics required about 1850 ceased, was the Legislature required the registration, but neglected to fund the project. Don't we all know how that works!! As for Cambria County, the records from 1850 were collected by someone and published in a small red pamphlet that I found for sale at the Cambria County Historical Society. It covered about four years, I think. I have not seen the original County records.
16. [PACAMBRI] Help, please. NYC Death Certificates [1]
Hi folks, I would like to get a death certificate for my great aunt. She died in New York City on December 21, 1902. So, how do I find a NYC death certificate? I am sure some of you might have looked for one and can help me. I know NYC is composed of several separate counties in the five boroughs, so that sounds like a lot of separate places to look. Is there a state registration? A city registration? Are the death certificates in some sort data base that can
17. Re: [PACAMBRI] Nanty Glo Mine Question [1]
Hi Lynn, I looked at John's registration card. Sorry, I didn't see *Charles*. The handriting has a florish with the letters N in Nantyglo (sic), M in Mar & Miner, etc. The *L* letters in Collieries peak well above the *ieries* bits. (I used a cap L in this email for clarity, image uses lowercase l) I think the 1st letter is *W* and there are no *L* letters in the word you are questioning. Looks like *Warren Collieries* to me. You can read about the Warren Colliery at Raymond A. Washlaski's Rootsweb Coal
18. Re: [PACAMBRI] Sandyvale [1]
My husband and I visited the Johnstown area about 2 years ago. We visited Sandyvale Cemetery, which is now called the Sandyvale Memorial Gardens and Conservancy. On the main page of the website, there is a series of, I believe, 4 photos that change. One of the photos is of flowers with a tall monument standing in the background. It is the monument of my husband's 3rd G-Grandfather and Grandmother Louis and Anna Marie Plitt. When we were there, it appeared that the monument had been moved from it'
19. [PACAMBRI] Cambria County Genealogy Facebook page [1]
Like many, but not all people, I subscribe to the Cambria County genealogy mailing list and the Cambria County genealogy Facebook page. For the mailing list, there's some type of backup done and all emails sent to the list appear by month in the PACAMBRI-L Archives as part of Rootsweb and can be searched through the previous postings back to the mid-1990s. My concern is that not everybody on the mailing list is a Facebook member so they can't access the information posted on the Cambria Facebook page.
20. [PACAMBRI] Pennsylvania State Archives [1]
As a follow-up to yesterday's email regarding the Cambria County Facebook page, today there was an announcement about the latest release of Pennsylvania records on Ancestry. The announcement takes you to the Pennsylvania State Archives portal . http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/state_archives/2887 Go half way down the page, Ancestry.com Pennsylvania. I found this to be the most interesting section. Start by entering your zip code: (wants a Pennsylvania zip code) Go to Pennsylva
21. [PACAMBRI] Nanty Glo Mine Question [1]
My grand-uncle, John McGoldrick listed on his 1918 WWI Draft Registration that he was a miner. It is hard to read, but he listed his employer as Charles Collieries???? in Nanty Glo. I am trying to figure out the writing. Would anyone be familiar with this name? Lynn McGoldrick Franger
22. [PACAMBRI] Fw: McGuire, Meloy, McMullen, Little, Shirley Twp [1]
Research notes: 29 Jan 1808. Agreement between Lawrence McMullen and Samuel McMullen, both of Allegheny Twp. Lawrence, in consideration of the land hereafter mentioned, agrees that after his decease his executors are to give up two bonds of #300 each which are lodged with James Maloy, and also one bond lodged in the care of Barnabas Little for #51 14s, unto the said Samuel. Land: 130 acre tract in Tuscarora Valley, Shirley Twp, Huntingdon County, surveyed on a location in the name of John Armstrong for 150
23. Re: [PACAMBRI] PACAMBRI Digest, Vol 9, Issue 45 [1]
I've worked with those 1852-1855 records in my county. Yes, they exist for births, deaths and marriages, but compliance was almost non-existent and a very small number of registrations happened. Thus, the powers that be in Harrisburg decided to stop requiring registration in that period of time. It began again several decades later, 1885 for marriages, and 1893 for births and deaths. Compliance was much more complete at that time. Ellen ----- Original Message ----- From: pacambri-request@rootsweb.com T
24. [PACAMBRI] Ledoux Lookup Please [1]
When anyone has time would you please check the books for a marriage of WEAVER, William b.1828 to an Elizabeth Shirley. I am going to guess the timeframe around 1866-67. Thanks Mary
25. [PACAMBRI] Fw: gallitzin-smith [1]
Another source for Prince Demetrius Gallitzin: Conemaugh Country the History and Genealogy of Cambria County, Pennsylvania. N.p.: n.p., 1981. Deed Abstracts: Cambria County, Book 1: On 07/08/1806: Power of Attorney. Henry Drinker and Jacob Dowing of Philadelphia City, merchants, grant power of attorney to Demetrius Augustus Smith of Allegheny Twp, Cambria County, to sell 23 tracts of land situated in Somerset and Cambria counties for them. This authority to cease at the expiration of two years from the ab

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