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From: Dana Spriggs <>
Subject: Re: [ALL] Mill Creek and Laughlins Mill?
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2007 07:44:15 -0700 (PDT)
Another thought - perhaps the name was "McLaughlin" at some time. Referenced to "mills" back then probably referred to grain, not steel mills. There is a creek running through Bridgeville called McLaughlin Run (see McLaughlin Run Road) connecting with Upper St. Cair Township. I don't know the history of the naming of the creek because it may have been called Coal Run or Panther Run back in the late 1800s. Just a thought for further research.
cassie <> wrote: don't know since I am looking at 1800-- well before the steel mill
On Sep 24, 2007, at 5:20 PM, Nancy wrote:
> Could it have something to do with Jones & Laughlin's Mill, the
> steel mill that used to be on the South Side (Lower St. Clair)?
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> From: annie
> Sent: Monday, September 24, 2007 2:25 PM
> Subject: [ALL] Mill Creek and Laughlins Mill?
> Am looking at some old papers dated 1801-
> can anyone tell me where was Laughlin's Mill around 1800? Is anyone
> interested in this Laughlin family? Names are Joseph, Robert Sr,
> Robert, James, Alexander and Samuel.
> Robert Laughlin was named the guardian of my 3g grandmother in the
> 1790s and I hope to use this info to nail down her family better-
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