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From: "Beth Campbell Fladaker" <>
Subject: Re: [PACAMBRI] Andrew [not Ambrose] W. Glasser,son of Jacob Glasser Jr.[1905 - 1906]
Date: Wed, 4 Oct 2006 23:48:29 -0700 (Pacific Standard Time)
Francis A. Glasser b. April 1874 who married Rosalia Karl was the natural
son of Valentine Glasser and Catherine Gorlick.
Catherine's name has variations:
Cambria County Marriage IndexCambria County Marriage Registers
Vol. 21, # 170.
Francis A. Glasser, age 27, weightman, residence Hastings, son of Valentine
and Catherine Glasser.
Rosalia M. Karl, age 20, laborer, residence, Hastings, daughter of Bernard
and Elizabeth Karl.
Fr. Innocent, OSB, St Bernard's Church, Hastings, October 8, 1901.
St. Bernard's Church Records, Hastings, PA
Francis Glasser, of Hastings, son of Valentine Glasser and Margaret Galite,
Married October 8, 1901, at St. Bernard's Church in Hastings,
Rosalia Karl, of Hastings, daughter of Bernard Karl and Elizabeth Litzinger.
Witnesses: Francis Able and Sara Lynn by Fr. Innocent, OSB
GLASSER Francis A., 83, Barnesboro, died at 6:50 pm (EST) Oct 20, 1956, at
home, 1210 Philadelphia Avenue. Born in Wilkes-Barre, son of Valentine and
Catherine (Gorlick) Glasser. Proceeded in death by two sons, Bernard and
Francis. Survived by widow, Rose, and these children; Catherine, at home and
Mrs. Rosemary Allbright, Barnesboro; also grandchild, Francis. Retired
bookkeeper. Served as borough assessor for many years. Member of Knights of
St. George, LOOM. Barnesboro Volunteer Fire Company, and State Firemans
Association. Friends received after 3 pm (EST) Monday in late residence,
where a rosary will be recited at 8 pm (EST) Wednesday. Funeral service at
10 am (EST) Thursday in St. Edwards Catholic Church, Rev. Father Joseph
Trexler. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, Spangler. Arrangements in charge of
Bacha Funeral Home, Barnesboro.
However, he was raised by John 'Jacob' Glasser, Jr and Mary Ann Huber, who
were his great aunt and uncle. His natural father, Valentine, was the son
of Francis A. Glasser and Mary Ernst.
1880 Census, Susquehanna Twp, Cambria Co, PA (June)
p. 19, ED 206, Line 21
GLASSER, Jacob, age 52, farmer, b. Bayern [Germany], parents b. Bayern
Anna M., age 45, wife, keeping house, b. Bayern [Germany], parents b. Bayern
Martha, age 16, daughter, at home, b. Penn
Francis, age 7, ?? son, b. Penn, parents b. Penn [this is not the natural
son of Jacob and Mary according to this census. Cannot read the word before
son". He is the natural son of Valentine Glasser.]
It is unfortunate that none of the information has anything about Jacob and
Mary Ann having raised him except the census. I do not know when his
natural parents died.
That is how I have it figured from my information.
Date: 10/3/2006 9:55:30 PM
Subject: [PACAMBRI] Andrew [not Ambrose] W. Glasser,son of Jacob Glasser Jr
[1905 - 1906]
> I know his father is Jacob Glasser Jr, son of Jacob who emigrated from >
Leimen, but I don't know the wife. I get the men and their wives mixed up >
a lot, and most of the Glassers had multiple wives, who all seemed to be >
named Mary. Also, both of the men had second given names, and the usage >
> The problem also is that the Andrew's obit lists hime as the brother > of
Frank in Barnesboro [m to ?? Karl/Carl] but I seem to remember in > Frank's
50th anniversary [that I posted], Frank is listed with a different > father.
> I am forwarding this to a friend who might know the correct answer.
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> Subject: Re: [PACAMBRI] Ambrose W. Glasser, son of Jacob Glasser > Jr
[1905 - 1906]
> Who were the parents of A. W. Glasser?
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> Subject: [PACAMBRI] Ambrose W. Glasser, son of Jacob Glasser Jr.[1905 - >
>> North Cambria News, Hastings, Friday, August 21, 1903
>> Mr. A. W. Glasser went to Pittsburgh Tuesday morning where he > remained
>> several days. While there he had his artificial limbs remodeled > and >>
left an order for a new pair.
>> Note: This really interested me, and I found out Mr. Glasser had worked >
>> at a clothing store in Johnstown, was drunk one night, laid on the > >>
railroad tracks, and had both legs cut off. [I have the articles > >>
somewhere.] He must have done pretty well with the artificial legs, as he >>
> ran a clothing store. I read in another article the legs were made of > >>
>> September 1, 1905
>> A. W. Glasser closed his store in this place [Hastings] Saturday and > >>
moved the stock to a new store being opened at Barnesboro.
>> September 15, 1905
>> A. W. Glasser has accepted a position as a motorman on the trolley > >>
[North Cambria Street Railway.]
>> December 22, 1905
>>>From the Barnesboro Star.
>> WEDDING BELLS
>> It was a quiet wedding last Friday evening when at 9:30 p.m. A.W. > >>
Glasser and Anna Mary Dugan were united in bonds of matrimony, at the > >>
store of the groom, by Thomas Brown, Esquire. Both Mr. and Mrs. Glasser > >>
are will known in the community, Mr. Glasser conducting a gent's > >>
furnishings goods establishment. After January 1  they will go to > >>
Pittsburgh and make purchases of furnishings and fixtures for the home > >>
that have rented near Morris Drug Store. The Ladies Department will be > >>
under the management of Mrs. Glasser.
>> January 5, 1906
>> The Court has appointed Charles Hasson Esquire as commissioner for > the
>> estate of A. W. Glasser who was recently adjudged insane.
>> January 19, 1906
>> The gent's furnishings store of A. W. Glasser, of Barnesboro, who is > >>
now in the Western Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane at Dixmont, was > >>
sold Saturday by Attorney Charles Hasson, commissioner, of Ebensburg....
>> North Cambria News, Friday, July 13, 1906
>> DIED IN ASYLUM
>> Andrew W. Glasser, who was formerly a resident of this place > [Hastings]
>> and well known in the north of the county, died at Dixmont > Hospital for
>> the Insane on Monday night, at 45 years of age. He had been > a patient
>> there since December 30, 1905.
>> Mr. Glasser came to Hastings 15 years ago and started a clothing > store
>> and in a short time built a large trade. He met with misfortune > later
>> [Panic of 1893] and lost all he had, but recovered several times, > and
>> at the time of his going insane had a store in Barnesboro. In later > >>
years he had become intemperate [again] and this probably led to his > >>
removal to Dixmont.
>> Besides his wife, he is survived by his father, Jacob Glasser [Jr] > and
>> a brother, Frank, of Barnesboro. Mrs. Glasser was formerly Mrs. J. A. >
>> Parks, and they had been married but a few days when he was removed to >
>> August 17, 1906
>> Mrs. A. A. Glasser of Spangler visited relatives in Hastings this > week.
>> Note: Mrs. Augustine Albinus Glasser was Helena Fongheiser
>> August 24, 1906
>> Mrs. J. C. Stortz and Miss Barbara Glasser have returned to Wilksbarre >
>> after an extended visit to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles > >>
>> Note: Mrs. Stuart is Caroline Endler, d of John Endler and Mary > Glasser
>> of St. Boniface. Mrs. Strotz and Barbara Glasser are children of > George
>> "the Tailor" Glasser, the father of Mrs. Endler.
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