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From: Ann Denson <>
Subject: Re: [PACAMBRI] Susan (Campbell) Weakland: wife of Ambrose orMatthew? Same person?
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2006 16:45:49 -0800 (PST)
Ambrose's wife was Anne Campbell according to their daughter
MARGARET J. KIRKPATRICK
Mrs. Kirkpatrick, 89, of Carrolltown RD 1 died Tuesday, April 22, 1986, in Miners Hospital, Spangler.
She was born April 6, 1897, in East Carroll Twp., the daughter of Ambrose and Anne (Campbell) Weakland, and Married Ivo J. Kirkpatrick, who died Jan. 20, 1973.
Surviving are four children: Helen Kibler of Patton, Louise Illig of Ebensburg, Jane Ivory of Maple Heights, Ohio, and Daniel of Carrolltown RD; 1 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren.
Also surviving is a sister, Mary Cronauer of Joppa, MD.
Mrs. Kirkpatrick was a member of St. Benedict's Catholic Church, Carrolltown, and the Altar & Rosary Society.
KIRKPATRICK - The funeral of Margaret J. Kirkpatrick of Carrolltown RD 1 will be held with a mass of Christina burial at 11 a.m. Friday in St. Benedict's Catholic Church, Carrolltown. Interment in church cemetery. (Altoona Mirror Apr 23 1986)
wrote: Who is she married to. Previously people said "Ambrose," but these obits say "Matthew"? Does he have two names?
AGED 87, DIES,
Matthew Weakland,87,former Carrolltown hotel proprietor, died at 2:45 o'clock
yesterday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harry Miller of Barnesboro. He had
resided in Barnesboro for the last five years.
A native of Susquehanna Township, he was born January 17, 1855, a son of Charles
and Julia (Byrne) Weakland. He resided in Carrolltown for approximately 50
For some years Mr.Weakland drove a hack from Carrolltown to Ebensburg. He was in
the lumber business for a time and later erected and operated the old Union Hotel
in Carrolltown, which in more recent years became the Fairview Hotel.
His wife, Mrs. Susan (Campbell) Weakland, died in 1907. Surviving are five
Mrs. John Carr, Pittsburgh;
Mrs. Harry Miller, Barnesboro;
Mrs. William McLaughlin, Patton;
There are 31 grand-children .and six great-grandchildren.
Mr. Weakland was a brother of:
Mrs. Agnes Reager, Hastings;
William Weakland, Franklin;
Mark Weakland, Marsteller, and
Oscar Weakland, Altoona.
He was a member of St. Edward's Catholic Church, Barnesboro, where a high mass
of requiem will be celebrated at 9 o'clock Saturday morning by Rev. Father Michael Brett.
Interment in St. Benedict's. Cemetery, Carrolltown, will be directed by the Stevens Funeral Home.
For half a century a prominent, citizen and business man of Carrolltown, died
yesterday afternoon at 2.45 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harry Miller,
in Barnesboro, where he had made his home in recent years.
He was a son of Charles and Julia (Byrne) and was born in Susquehanna township on
Jan.17,1855. For many years he operated the old Union hotel in Carrolltown and
early in life drove a hack from Carrolltown to Ebensburg and later was in the
lumber business. His wife, Susan (Campbell) Weakland, died in 1907.
Surviving are these children:
Mrs. Harry Miller, at whose home he dies;
Mrs. John Carr of Pittsburgh;
Mrs. William McLaughlin of Patton;
Alvin Weakland of Rossiter; and
Norbert Weakland of Carrolltown;
There are thirty-one grandchildren and six great-grandchildren,
also these brothers and sister:
Oscar Weakland of Altoona,
Mark Weakland of Marstellar;
William Weakland of Franklin, and
Mrs. Agnes Reager of Hastings.
Since residing in Barnesboro, he was affiliated with St. Edward's Catholic
church there, previously being a member of St. Benedict's Catholic church in Carrolltown.
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