John Johnson1

M, b. 4 May 1847, d. 8 November 1932
Father*Samuel Johnson1 b. 3 Feb 1815, d. 29 May 1864
Mother*Anna Stoner1 b. 20 Aug 1824, d. 17 Nov 1908
Last Edited12 Jan 2016
     John Johnson was born on 4 May 1847 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1,2 He died on 8 November 1932 at Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at age 85. Cause of death was cancer of aesophagus, arterio sclerosis.2
He was buried on 11 November 1932 at Bird-in-Hand Methodist Cemetery, Bird-in-Hand, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.2
     He appeared on the census of 17 July 1860 at Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3 He appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 at Paradise Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.4 He appeared on the census of 7 June 1900 at Paradise, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.5 He appeared on the census of 29 April 1910 at East Lampeter Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Single siblings lived together at time of this census.6 He was a track walker for railway on 29 April 1910 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania.6 He was a Foreman on railroad repair gang before 1920 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania.2

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Bart, Dwelling # 151, Family # 151.
  2. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1963 # 101678.
  3. [S42] 1860 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Bart, Dwelling # 270, Family # 271.
  4. [S47] 1880 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Paradise, Dist 173, Dwelling # 13, Family # 13.
  5. [S44] 1900 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Paradise, Dist 95, Dwelling # 77, Family # 82.
  6. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, East Lampeter, Dist 56, Dwelling # 155, Family # 171.

Susan L Johnson1

F, b. 25 December 1848, d. 14 March 1925
Father*Samuel Johnson1 b. 3 Feb 1815, d. 29 May 1864
Mother*Anna Stoner1 b. 20 Aug 1824, d. 17 Nov 1908
Last Edited11 Jan 2016
     Susan L Johnson was born on 25 December 1848 at Pennsylvania.1,2 She died on 14 March 1925 at East Lampeter Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at age 76. Cause of death was infection from fracture of hip due to fall, duration of 10 days.2,3
She was buried on 17 March 1926 at Leacock Presbyterian Cemetery, Paradise, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3 Susan L Johnson Find-a-Grave.com ID # 36768682 + family links.
     She appeared on the census of 17 July 1860 at Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.4 She appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 at Paradise Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.5 She appeared on the census of 29 April 1910 at East Lampeter Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.6

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Bart, Dwelling # 151, Family # 151.
  2. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Jan 11, 2016.
  3. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1963 # 34937.
  4. [S42] 1860 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Bart, Dwelling # 270, Family # 271.
  5. [S47] 1880 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Paradise, Dist 173, Dwelling # 13, Family # 13.
  6. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, East Lampeter, Dist 56, Dwelling # 155, Family # 171.

Susan (?)1

F, b. 1817
Last Edited21 Feb 2015
     Susan (?) married Daniel C Johnson, son of William Johnson and Nancy (?).1 Susan (?) was born in 1817 at Pennsylvania.1
     She appeared on the census of 1850 at Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Daniel C Johnson b. 21 Jan 1811

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Bart, Dwelling # 155, Family # 155.

Mary Johnson1

F, b. 1820
Last Edited21 Feb 2015
     Mary Johnson was born in 1820 at Pennsylvania.1
     She appeared on the census of 1850 at Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Bart, Dwelling # 155, Family # 155.

Eve Johnson1

F, b. 1785
Last Edited18 Jul 2016
     Eve Johnson was born in 1785 at Pennsylvania.1
     She appeared on the census of 1850 at Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Not sure of family connections here, maybe mother with siblings?1

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Bart, Dwelling # 155, Family # 155.

Jethro Johnson1

M, b. 1831
Last Edited21 Feb 2015
     Jethro Johnson was born in 1831 at Pennsylvania.1
     He appeared on the census of 1850 at Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Jethro is living with John & Salome Cain, dauther Mary Jane, age 17, son John George Cain, age 8, Thomas M, age 3.1

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Bart, Dwelling # 179, Family # 179.

Robert Williams1

M, b. 12 October 1794
Father*Walter Williams2 b. 16 Apr 1754
Mother*Elizabeth Treverton Knight3 b. Feb 1758, d. 9 Oct 1801
Last Edited29 Jul 2015


Coming to America

Walter Williams and Elizabeth Treverton Knight were married in the spring of 1777 at St Dennis, an ancient church on the hill overlooking the town. Walter was from the village of Roche a few miles to the north and Elizabeth’s family had lived in the parish of St Dennis for a number of generations. While there is no concrete evidence as yet, a history written about the life of his grandson William J Williams in the late C19th indicates that Walter and his sons were farmers and millers in St Dennis, and also the proprietors of a china clay works in the area.

Valuable white China clay had been discovered in the clay pits to the south of St Dennis in 1777 and an industry developed around St Dennis and St Stephen-in-Brannel quarrying and exporting the clay. Josiah Wedgewood, the famous founder of the Staffordshire pottery and crockery factory, was one of the original contractors of Cornish China clay from the pits around St Dennis.

Walter and Elizabeth had 11 children over the next 20 years. Incredibly, all boys! Ninth son Robert Williams was born in 1794 and christened in St Dennis on the 12th October. Nothing is known of Robert’s earlier life in St Dennis. At some point prior to 1812, Robert had moved south to work as a farm labourer at Gwinear. His marriage record to Ann Thomas at St Winnear Parish Church on 9 November 1812 indicated that both Robert and Ann were living in the parish at the time of their wedding. After their marriage Robert and Ann lived at Carnhellan (today’s Carnhell Green) where his children’s baptism records identify Robert as a husbandman. The designation ‘husbandman’ suggests that Robert was a tenant farmer of less than 50 acres. In Cornwall in the early C19th a small farm of this size would have provided basic subsistence but providing for his growing family would have been fairly marginal. Robert and Ann lived at Carhellan until at least 1825 but at some point in the early 1820s Robert began to work as a copper miner probably at one of the mines closer to Camborne.

The 1820s was a boom time for the copper mining industry around Camborne. The wealth generated by the industry contributed to significant growth in the local towns, particularly Camborne which developed a reputation as a rough and wild mining town. Some of the mines that worked the rich copper lodes in this area produced enormous quantities of ore - Dolcoath produced 350,000 tons of copper, Carn Brea and Tincroft 360,000 tons. Many of these mines were also rich in tin at a lower depth. Distant from the coast, the area had been one of the earliest to adopt the new steam pumping technology, for despite its inherent costs, effective drainage had proved to be the critical factor in determining success. The ability to work deposits of copper at depth, and the discovery of a tin zone beneath the copper in the core areas of the district ensured that success was sustained, and investment in the area continued. Specialist industries were established within the district to service it - foundries and boiler works, fuse works, drill manufacturers, rope walks, clothing factories and the like. Camborne and Redruth rapidly developed into specialist industrial towns, the acknowledged heart of the Cornish mining industry.

Mining was a dirty and dangerous occupation but it was also relatively stable and better paid than working as an agricultural labourer. At some point prior to 1828, Robert moved his family to Croon, a small hamlet on the western edge of Camborne walking distance from the huge mines around Carne Brea between Camborne, Illogan and Redruth. Their seventh child Thomas was born at Croon in 1830. All of his children, including his two daughters would work in the mines over the next two decades. By the time of the 1841 census all of his children except young Thomas were working in the mines. William Williams was just 13 years old. This is not particularly unusual for the time where it was common for women and boys to work as dressers at the mine laboring above ground, sorting and breaking up ore.

Soon after 1841 census Robert and Ann were forced to move again as the cottages at Croon were demolished to make way for the new Turnpike Road. The family moved to College Row/Street in Camborne where Robert and Ann lived in a miners cottage for the rest of their lives. While death records for Robert and Ann have not yet been cited they likely died in Camborne in the 1860s and would be buried in the churchyard at St Martin and St Meriodoc, the Parish church in Camborne.

Of their children, their two eldest sons remained in Cornwall working in the Tin Mines around Camborne. Their eldest daughter emigrated to Australia with her husband, Thomas Harris Wilkins, in 1849. Their second daughter Elizabeth probably never married and lived in Camborne. The three youngest sons all seem to have emigrated to Pennsylvania, USA.

Eldest son John moved to Pool, Illogan just to the north-west of Camborne where he worked as a miner. He likely married Elizabeth Trevithick in 1835. Elizabeth was from a prominent mining family and grew up around Illogan and was related to Richard Trevithick, the mining engineer and inventor who built the first steam-powered road locomotive in 1801 years before James Watt perfected his steam locomotive in Glasgow. Trevithick built a full-size steam road locomotive in 1801 on a site near the present day Fore Street at Camborne. Trevithick named his carriage 'Puffing Devil' and on Christmas Eve that year, he demonstrated it by successfully carrying six passengers up Fore Street and then continuing on up Camborne Hill, from Camborne Cross, to the nearby village of Beacon. John and Elizabeth moved to the neighbouring village of Tuckingmill prior to 1851 and John died at Tuckingmill in 1869. Elizabeth is living alone in Chapel Row, Tuckingmill in 1871. Their surviving son Richard has not been located after the 1861 census where he was living with his parents in Tuckingmill. He may well have left Cornwall and emigrated to America some time in the 1860s.

Robert’s eldest daughter Mary was born in 1815. At the time of the 1841 census she was 25 years old, working as a ‘mine girl’ dressing copper at a local mine and living with her parents in College Street, Camborne. Soon after she met her future husband Thomas Harris Wilkins who had been working as a farm labourer at Roscroggan, a small hamlet a few miles west of Camborne. Thomas and Mary married at the Redruth Registery Office in 1843. It was not a church wedding probably due to Thomas’ complicated personal circumstances that have been explained elsewhere (see the story about ‘The Wilkins Brothers from Cornwall’ connected to Thomas Harris Wilkins in this tree). The young couple moved to Trelowarren Street in Camborne, not far from Mary’s parents. They had two children in Camborne (only son George survived infancy) before emigrating as ‘assisted migrants’ to Melbourne, in Victoria, Australia in 1849. A second son William Palmer was born during the voyage. Their arrival was timely – two years prior to the massive Victorian goldrush that saw hundreds of thousands of miners from around the globe, and particularly Cornwall, descending on the goldfields of Central Victoria throughout the 1850s. The story of Mary and Thomas’ life in Melbourne is told elsewhere. She lived most of her life in Australia in Collingwood and died in 1891 in the bayside suburb of Brighton in Melbourne.

The next son Walter Williams was also a tin miner who lived in Pool, Illogan at the time of the 1841 census, around the corner from older brother John, who also lived in Pool. He married Jane Bawden and had two daughters soon after which Jane died. Walter remarried Elizabeth Jane Willey in the early 1860s, who confusingly was also referred to as Jane. They had a further two daughters and the family lived in College Street, Camborne for more than 35 years. Walter died in Camborne in 1887.

Brother Joseph is a bit more of a mystery. Joseph, like his brothers, worked as a tin miner in Camborne. He married Grace Williams in 1852. Grace came from Gwinear and it is possible that she was a distant relative. She had been living in Camborne with her daughter Mary Jane, a child born in Jersey on the Channel Islands. What happens next is not so clear. What we know for certain is that J oseph and Grace had three children in the 1850s all born in Camborne. Joseph can be last found in Cornwall around the time of the birth of his daughter Elizabeth Ann in 1860. I have searched high and low for him and his wife and family in the 1861 census and they are nowhere to be found. I suspect that Joseph (possibly with his brother Thomas who is also missing from the England census in Cornwall) emigrated to America with his family between 1860 and 1861 (his family may have followed shortly after but the fact they cant be found in 1861 census suggests they might have gone together). His brother Thomas had named his eldest child Joseph possibly indicating the brothers were close adding to the hunch they may have travelled together. To be honest, without some documentation this is pure speculation at this stage.

Grace and her sons were certainly in Cornwall again without Joseph and living with Grace's eldest daughter Mary Jane Yeates (nee Williams) in 1871. Grace didn't have any more children with her in 1871 so this points to Joseph having died fairly early in the 1860s. This also might explain why his wife and children reappear in Cornwall in 1871. That they are living in the household of Grace's daughter is interesting. It suggests Grace didn't have her own cottage in Camborne (normally you would think the daughter would come and live with the mother?). Joseph William’s son-in-law James Yeates had emigrated to Coos Bay, Oregon likely in the late 1860s and is found living in Coos Bay at the time of the 1870 US Census. His wife Mary Jane emigrated to Oregon (Coos Bay) in 1871 likely taking her half-brother Joseph jnr (1900 US census record indicates he emigrated at this time). Three years later second son Robert John along with his mother Grace emigrated to join the family in Coos Bay. All of this family are buried together in Marshfield Pioneer Cemetery. Joseph senior is not buried with the rest of the family likely indicating he did not die in Oregon.

Second daughter, Elizabeth Williams lived her whole life in and around Camborne working at the mines as a tin dresser until at least 1861. She continued to live with her parents in College Street and has not been found in the census for Cornwall after 1861.

William Williams was born in Croon, a hamlet on the western edge of Camborne and like his brothers and father became a tin miner. He married Catherine Pool in Croon in 1832. By the 1870s he was working with his eldest son William John “engaged in trippeting or prospecting on their own personal account, and were very successful”.

In 1880, William Snr along with his second son Walter, followed his eldest son William John who had emigrated to Lloydsville, Pennsylvania where he was engaged in coal mining. William and his two sons can be found in the US census of 1880 living in Lloydsville. After a couple of years William snr and Walter returned to Cornwall perhaps due to William’s ill health. William died in Camborne in 1887.

William John William’s life in America from this time is fascinating and the subject of a short biography separate to this account. Self-educated and entrepreneurial, he built a successful mining career in Pennsylvania before losing everything in the Johnstown flood of 1887 (and nearly his life!). It was one of the most catastrophic natural disasters in American history in which thousands of people perished and was widely reported across America. William recovered and purchased two coal mines close to Johnstown soon after the tragic floods.

Motivated by William John’s prosperity and success in America, Walter and his mother Catherine returned to Pennsylvania in 1893 after his father’s death and Walter was able to work for his brother as a ‘mine boss’ at one of his brother’s coal mines. Their mother Catherine died in Johnstown, Pennsylvania in 1901 and was buried at Grandview Cemetery. Son William John was buried next to her a few years later. The whereabouts of Walter is not known after 1901.

Finally, the youngest son of Robert and Ann, Thomas Williams also has an interesting story. Like his brothers, Thomas was a miner who married Jane Wills in 1853 in Camborne. They had two sons in Cornwall before Thomas emigrated to Smyrna, Pennsylvania about 1860 where he was employed at the Nickel Mine at the Gap just to the north of Georgetown. His wife Jane and their two sons moved in with Thomas’ parents in College Street, Camborne until Thomas was established and they joined him in Pennsylvania in 1863. It was a tumultuous time in Pennsylvania during the Civil War with the Confederate Armies of General Lee campaigning in Pennsylvania in 1864 culminating in the battle at Gettysburg about 70 miles to the south-east.

Thomas worked at the Nickel Mine for the next 30 years until its closure in the late 1890s. In the later years he was employed as a ‘mine boss’ or foreman/captain. The family were founding members of the Nickel Mines Episcopal Church which was mostly attended by mine workers and their families and after 1870 moved from Smyrna to a mining cottage built by the mine owners on Mine Road. Thomas and Jane had a large family who continue to have links to Lancaster County to this day. Thomas, his wife Jane, and many of their descendants are all buried in the Georgetown Episcopal Church a few miles south of their home on Mine Road. Thomas died in 1897.

     Robert Williams was born on 12 October 1794 at St Dennis, Cornwall, England.1,4,5 He married Ann Thomas on 9 November 1812 at St Winnear, Gwinear, Cornwall, England.1,5
Robert Williams died at Cornwall, England.3
     He and Ann Williams lived between 1813 and 1824 at Croon, Camborne, Cornwall, England; Robert and Anne lived on a small farm in Cahellan. Robert is a husbandman which suggests a farm of less than 50 acres. This would be quite a marginal subsistence in Cornwall.3 Robert Williams lived between 1828 and 1841 at Croon, Camborne, Cornwall, England; Robert began working as a copper miner from about 1825 and the family moved to Croon on the western edge of Camborne before 1828. Croon was a small hamlet of cottages completely demolished in the early 1840s with the construction of the Turnpike Road.3 He lived in 1841 at Croon, Camborne, Cornwall, England. Robert is a copper miner and all his children work in the mines including his daughters.3 He was a copper miner in 1841 at Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.6 He and Ann Williams appeared on the census of 1841 at Croon, Penwith, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.1 Robert Williams was a copper miner in 1851 at Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.6 He and Ann Williams appeared on the census of 1851 at College Street, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom. Ages for everyone has fluxuated since last census in 1841. Robert is listed as 57, Ann 60, Joseph 28, Elizabeth 25, William 23, and Thomas 22.6 Robert Williams and Ann Williams lived in 1851 at College Street, Camborne, Cornwall, England. Robert and Anne moved into College Row (Street) likely early in the 1840s after the cottages at Croon were demolished and lived in a miner's cottage for the rest of their lives.3
Robert Williams and Ann Williams appeared on the census of 1861 at College Row, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.4

Family

Ann Thomas b. 1791
Children

Citations

  1. [S246] 1841 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folio 21, Pge 6. Address Croon.
  2. [S246] 1841 United Kingdom Census.
  3. [S156] Ancestry Family Tree, online www.ancestry.com, Nick Freeman's Family tree.
  4. [S248] 1861 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folie 15, page 25, Schedule 132.
  5. [S156] Ancestry Family Tree, online www.ancestry.com, freemannick Family tree, Nick Freeman, owner. Corresponded with him July 2015 thru ancestry.
  6. [S247] 1851 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folio 10,Page 13, Schedule # 35.

Ann Thomas1,2

F, b. 1791
Last Edited29 Jul 2015
     Ann Thomas was born in 1791 at Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.1,3 She married Robert Williams, son of Walter Williams and Elizabeth Treverton Knight, on 9 November 1812 at St Winnear, Gwinear, Cornwall, England.1,2
Ann Thomas died at Cornwall, England.4
     She and Robert Williams lived between 1813 and 1824 at Croon, Camborne, Cornwall, England; Robert and Anne lived on a small farm in Cahellan. Robert is a husbandman which suggests a farm of less than 50 acres. This would be quite a marginal subsistence in Cornwall.4 Her married name was Williams.1 Ann Williams and Robert Williams appeared on the census of 1841 at Croon, Penwith, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.1 Ann Williams and Robert Williams lived in 1851 at College Street, Camborne, Cornwall, England; Robert and Anne moved into College Row (Street) likely early in the 1840s after the cottages at Croon were demolished and lived in a miner's cottage for the rest of their lives.4
Ann Williams and Robert Williams appeared on the census of 1851 at College Street, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom. Ages for everyone has fluxuated since last census in 1841. Robert is listed as 57, Ann 60, Joseph 28, Elizabeth 25, William 23, and Thomas 22.5 Ann Williams and Robert Williams appeared on the census of 1861 at College Row, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.3

Family

Robert Williams b. 12 Oct 1794
Children

Citations

  1. [S246] 1841 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folio 21, Pge 6. Address Croon.
  2. [S156] Ancestry Family Tree, online www.ancestry.com, freemannick Family tree, Nick Freeman, owner. Corresponded with him July 2015 thru ancestry.
  3. [S248] 1861 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folie 15, page 25, Schedule 132.
  4. [S156] Ancestry Family Tree, online www.ancestry.com, Nick Freeman's Family tree.
  5. [S247] 1851 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folio 10,Page 13, Schedule # 35.

Mary Williams1

F, b. 1815, d. 1891
Father*Robert Williams1 b. 12 Oct 1794
Mother*Ann Thomas1 b. 1791
Last Edited29 Jul 2015
     Mary Williams was born in 1815 at Cahellan, Cornwall, United Kingdom.1,2 She was baptized on 2 March 1816 at St Martin & st Meriadoc, Camborne, Cornwall, England.3 She married Thomas Harris Wilkin on 9 August 1843 at Register Office, Redruth, Cornwall, England. Thomas Wilkins abandons his first wife Nancy at some time between 1841-1843. Thomas was living at Roscroggan, near Illogan and working as an agricultural labourer in 1843.2 Mary Williams died in 1891 at Brighton, Victoria, Austrailia.4 She was buried on 9 October 1891 at Melbourne General Cemetery, Melbourne, Victoria, Austrailia.4
     She lived between 1816 and 1825 at Cahellan, Camborne, Cornwall, England. Father Robert was initially a husbandman on a small farm in Cahellan near Gwinear.2 She lived between 1828 and 1841 at Croon, Camborne, Cornwall, England. Family moved to Croon, a hamlet on the western edge of Camborne before 1828. Father Robert worked as a copper miner and by 1841 census all his children were working in the mines. Mary was working as a mine girl. Cottages at Croon were later demolished.2 She appeared on the census of 1841 at Croon, Penwith, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.1 She lived between 1843 and 1846 at Trelowarren Street, Camborne, Cornwall, England.2
As of 9 August 1843,her married name was Wilkin.2 She and Thomas Harris Wilkin lived in October 1848 at St Columb Major, Cornwall, England. Shipping record indicates they were living in St Columb Major prior to emigration.2 Mary Williams was The family were assisted migrants, who were to be employed by a Mr. Derines (?) of Melbourne for 12 months at £25 p.a. (without rations) between 1849 and 1850 at Melbourne, Victoria, Austrailia. The family were assisted migrants, who were to be employed by a Mr. Derines (?) of Melbourne for 12 months at £25 p.a. (without rations.)2 She immigrated on 10 April 1849 to Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Austrailia. Family left from Plymouth, England
Emigration to Melbourne on the ship "General Palmer" with husband and son, George. Son William born on the voyage to Australia.5

Family

Thomas Harris Wilkin b. c 1813, d. 16 Dec 1865
Children

Citations

  1. [S246] 1841 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folio 21, Pge 6. Address Croon.
  2. [S156] Ancestry Family Tree, online www.ancestry.com, Nick Freeman's Family tree.
  3. [S96] Unknown volume, Baptismal Record: England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975, unknown repository.
  4. [S156] Ancestry Family Tree, online www.ancestry.com, Nick Freeman's Family tree, used with permission.
  5. [S16] Various, Various Paper Copy, Victoria, Austrailia, Assisted and Unassisted Passenger Lists, 1839-1923, Micropublication M425, rolls # 1-71.

Joseph Williams1

M, b. 1824, d. after 1860
Father*Robert Williams1 b. 12 Oct 1794
Mother*Ann Thomas1 b. 1791
Last Edited29 Jul 2015
     Joseph Williams was born in 1824 at Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.1,2 He was baptized on 6 March 1824 at Camborne, Cornwall, England.2 He married Grace (?) on 27 May 1852 at Camborne, Cornwall, England.2 Joseph Williams died after 1860 at USA. Suspect he died soon after emigrating possibly in Pennsylvania. Not buried with Grace at Marshfield, Oregon. Grace is not listed as a widow in the 1871 England census (suspect this is wrong and Joseph had died). Not living with son in law in Oregon in 1870.2
     He appeared on the census of 1841 at Croon, Penwith, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.1 He appeared on the census of 1851 at College Street, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.3 He was a copper miner in 1851 at Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.3 He and Grace Williams emigrated between 1860 and 1871 from Cornwall, England. Joseph likely emigrated to America at some point after 1860 possibly with brother Thomas. His family may also have emigrated at this time.2

Family

Grace (?) b. 9 Sep 1825, d. 25 Apr 1897
Children

Citations

  1. [S246] 1841 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folio 21, Pge 6. Address Croon.
  2. [S156] Ancestry Family Tree, online www.ancestry.com, Nick Freeman's Family tree, used with permission.
  3. [S247] 1851 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folio 10,Page 13, Schedule # 35.

Elizabeth Williams1

F, b. 1826
Father*Robert Williams1 b. 12 Oct 1794
Mother*Ann Thomas1 b. 1791
Last Edited21 Feb 2015
     Elizabeth Williams was born in 1826 at Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.1
     She appeared on the census of 1841 at Croon, Penwith, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.1 She appeared on the census of 1851 at College Street, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.2 She was a mine girl in 1851 at Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.2 She appeared on the census of 1861 at College Row, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.3

Citations

  1. [S246] 1841 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folio 21, Pge 6. Address Croon.
  2. [S247] 1851 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folio 10,Page 13, Schedule # 35.
  3. [S248] 1861 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folie 15, page 25, Schedule 132.

William Williams1

M, b. 1831, d. 8 November 1887
Father*Robert Williams1 b. 12 Oct 1794
Mother*Ann Thomas1 b. 1791
Last Edited22 Feb 2015
This photo is in possession of Johnson Family.
     William Williams was born in 1831 at Cornwall, United Kingdom.1 He married Catherine Pool in 1832 at Crown Parish.2 William Williams died on 8 November 1887 at Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.3
     He appeared on the census of 1841 at Croon, Penwith, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.1 He appeared on the census of 1851 at College Street, Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.4 He was a copper miner in 1851 at Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.4 He immigrated in 1880 to Lloydsville, Cambria, Pennsylvania.5

Family

Catherine Pool b. c 1828, d. 10 Sep 1901
Children

Citations

  1. [S246] 1841 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folio 21, Pge 6. Address Croon.
  2. [S120] Unknown subject Photo, unknown repository, Memorial Stone photo erected by son, William Williams. in Canborne, Cornwall, England.
  3. [S249] T D Maloney, Cambria Bio, Pages 202-203
    https://books.google.com/books
  4. [S247] 1851 United Kingdom Census, Cornwall, Camborne, Folio 10,Page 13, Schedule # 35.
  5. [S249] T D Maloney, Cambria Bio, Pages 202-203.

Charles Adam Doble1

M, b. 25 June 1859, d. 30 November 1933
Father*Capt Charles Kneebone Doble2 b. 21 Jan 1826, d. 4 Apr 1897
Mother*Barbara Ann Sandoe2 b. 19 Mar 1825, d. 6 Oct 1903
Last Edited30 Dec 2016
Photograph by Picasa 2.7
     Charles Adam Doble was born on 25 June 1859 at Nickel Mines, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1,3 He married Hannah Williams, daughter of Thomas Williams and Jane Wills, circa 1884; Signature on family farm deed shows Hannah's married name and her husband.1 Charles Adam Doble died on 30 November 1933 at Lancaster County Hospital for Insane, Lancaster Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at age 74. Cause of death was Cerebral hemorrage.1,3
He was buried on 3 December 1933 at Nickel Mines Episcopal Cemetery, Georgetown, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 Charles Adam Doble Find-a-Grave.com ID # 22029962.
     He was a witness when Thomas Williams was after his death the farm property was sold to George Welk of Strasburg Township for 5,206.81. All his heirs signed the sale agreement. on 29 March 1909 at Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.4

Family

Hannah Williams b. 8 Jul 1864, d. 30 Jan 1935

Citations

  1. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 21, 2015.
  2. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched July 20 ,2015.
  3. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1964 for Charles Doble, # 98613.
  4. [S245] Johnson family, handwritten copies, February 2015 unknown repository, copy of deed with signatures in possession of family.

William S Sullivan1

M, b. 1 December 1871, d. 2 December 1941
Father*Jeremiah Sullivan2 b. c 1827
Mother*Nora O (?)2 b. c 1835
Last Edited17 Jan 2016
     William S Sullivan was born on 1 December 1871 at Nickel Mines, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1,3 He married Eliza Williams, daughter of Thomas Williams and Jane Wills, in 1893 at Pennsylvania.1 William S Sullivan died on 2 December 1941 at at home 804 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at age 70. Cause of death was cancer of prostate, duration 2 years. Funeral director for both William and his wife Eliza was their son, William Sullivan Jr.3
He was buried on 4 December 1941 at St Mary's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3
     He appeared on the census of 21 June 1880 at Paradise Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.4 He and Eliza Sullivan appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 at 734 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 William S Sullivan was a witness when Thomas Williams was after his death the farm property was sold to George Welk of Strasburg Township for 5,206.81. All his heirs signed the sale agreement. on 29 March 1909 at Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.5 William S Sullivan was a department manager in dry goods store in 1910 at Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.6 He and Eliza Sullivan appeared on the census of 22 April 1910 at 738 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.6 William S Sullivan and Eliza Sullivan appeared on the census of 9 January 1920 at 738 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.7 William S Sullivan was a manager in ladies clothing department store in 1930 at Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.8 He and Eliza Sullivan appeared on the census of 4 April 1930 at 804 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.9 William S Sullivan witnessed the death of John Williams on 9 June 1932 at Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Cause of death was chronic nyocardistis.10,11

Family

Eliza Williams b. 8 Jun 1872, d. 15 Jan 1953
Children

Citations

  1. [S44] 1900 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster Ward 8, Dist # 68, Dwelling # 23, Family # 24.
  2. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania Death Certificates 1906-1963 # 107161 for son William S Sullivan.
  3. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania Death Certificates 1906-1963 # 107161.
  4. [S47] 1880 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Paradise, Dist 173, Dwelling # 320, Family # 347.
  5. [S245] Johnson family, handwritten copies, February 2015 unknown repository, copy of deed with signatures in possession of family.
  6. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster Dist 67, Dwelling # 238, Family # 243.
  7. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster, Dist 75, Dwelling # 270, Family # 272.
  8. [S66] 1930 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster, Dist 71, Dwelling # 64, Family # 65.
  9. [S66] 1930 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster, Dist # 71, Dwelling # 64, Family # 65.
  10. [S13] Various Persons Cemetery Records, E. Sue Gregg, Ronks, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
  11. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1964 for John Williams # 58891.

Ruth W Sullivan1

F, b. January 1895
Father*William S Sullivan1 b. 1 Dec 1871, d. 2 Dec 1941
Mother*Eliza Williams1 b. 8 Jun 1872, d. 15 Jan 1953
Last Edited21 Feb 2015
     Ruth W Sullivan was born in January 1895 at Pennsylvania.1
     She appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 at 734 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 She appeared on the census of 22 April 1910 at 738 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.2 She appeared on the census of 9 January 1920 at 738 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3 She appeared on the census of 4 April 1930 at 804 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.4

Citations

  1. [S44] 1900 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster Ward 8, Dist # 68, Dwelling # 23, Family # 24.
  2. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster Dist 67, Dwelling # 238, Family # 243.
  3. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster, Dist 75, Dwelling # 270, Family # 272.
  4. [S66] 1930 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster, Dist # 71, Dwelling # 64, Family # 65.

Jeremiah J Sullivan1

M, b. November 1896
Father*William S Sullivan1 b. 1 Dec 1871, d. 2 Dec 1941
Mother*Eliza Williams1 b. 8 Jun 1872, d. 15 Jan 1953
Last Edited21 Feb 2015
     Jeremiah J Sullivan was born in November 1896 at Pennsylvania.1
     He appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 at 734 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 He appeared on the census of 22 April 1910 at 738 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.2 He appeared on the census of 9 January 1920 at 738 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3

Citations

  1. [S44] 1900 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster Ward 8, Dist # 68, Dwelling # 23, Family # 24.
  2. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster Dist 67, Dwelling # 238, Family # 243.
  3. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster, Dist 75, Dwelling # 270, Family # 272.

Richard J Sullivan1

M, b. August 1899
Father*William S Sullivan1 b. 1 Dec 1871, d. 2 Dec 1941
Mother*Eliza Williams1 b. 8 Jun 1872, d. 15 Jan 1953
Last Edited21 Feb 2015
     Richard J Sullivan was born in August 1899 at Pennsylvania.1
     He appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 at 734 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 He appeared on the census of 22 April 1910 at 738 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.2 He appeared on the census of 9 January 1920 at 738 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3

Citations

  1. [S44] 1900 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster Ward 8, Dist # 68, Dwelling # 23, Family # 24.
  2. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster Dist 67, Dwelling # 238, Family # 243.
  3. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster, Dist 75, Dwelling # 270, Family # 272.

Catherine Pool1

F, b. circa 1828, d. 10 September 1901
Last Edited22 Feb 2015
     Catherine Pool was born circa 1828.1 She married William Williams, son of Robert Williams and Ann Thomas, in 1832 at Crown Parish.1 Catherine Pool died on 10 September 1901 at Johnstown, Cambria, Pennsylvania.1
     As of 1832,her married name was Williams.1

Family

William Williams b. 1831, d. 8 Nov 1887
Children

Citations

  1. [S120] Unknown subject Photo, unknown repository, Memorial Stone photo erected by son, William Williams. in Canborne, Cornwall, England.
  2. [S249] T D Maloney, Cambria Bio, Pages 202-203.

William J Williams1

M, b. 1 September 1852
Father*William Williams1 b. 1831, d. 8 Nov 1887
Mother*Catherine Pool1 b. c 1828, d. 10 Sep 1901
Last Edited22 Feb 2015
William J Williams and his wife Mary Ann Ritallick standing with stone they erected for his father in Camborne, United Kingdom.
     William J Williams was born on 1 September 1852 at Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.1
     He was a mining expert with tin and copper in 1876 at South Africa.1 He was working and lost all his possessions in the Great Johnstown Flood on May 31, 1889. in April 1889 at Johnstown, Cambria, Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S249] T D Maloney, Cambria Bio, Pages 202-203.

Walter Williams1

M, b. 1863
Father*William Williams1 b. 1831, d. 8 Nov 1887
Mother*Catherine Pool1 b. c 1828, d. 10 Sep 1901
Last Edited22 Feb 2015
     Walter Williams was born in 1863.1

Citations

  1. [S249] T D Maloney, Cambria Bio, Pages 202-203.

John Sullivan1

M, b. 1902
Father*William S Sullivan1 b. 1 Dec 1871, d. 2 Dec 1941
Mother*Eliza Williams1 b. 8 Jun 1872, d. 15 Jan 1953
Last Edited22 Feb 2015
     John Sullivan was born in 1902 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1
     He appeared on the census of 22 April 1910 at 738 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 He appeared on the census of 9 January 1920 at 738 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.2

Citations

  1. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster Dist 67, Dwelling # 238, Family # 243.
  2. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster, Dist 75, Dwelling # 270, Family # 272.

William Sullivan1

M, b. 2 April 1913, d. 9 August 1974
Father*William S Sullivan1 b. 1 Dec 1871, d. 2 Dec 1941
Mother*Eliza Williams1 b. 8 Jun 1872, d. 15 Jan 1953
Last Edited17 Jan 2016
     William Sullivan was born on 2 April 1913 at Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1,2 He died on 9 August 1974 at age 61.2 He was buried on 12 August 1974 at Saint Marys Roman Catholic Cemetery, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.2 William Sullivan Find-a-Grave.com ID # 80417393.
     He appeared on the census of 9 January 1920 at 738 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 He appeared on the census of 4 April 1930 at 804 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3 He was a funeral director circa 1941 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania.4 He witnessed the death of William S Sullivan on 2 December 1941 at at home 804 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Cause of death was cancer of prostate, duration 2 years. Funeral director for both William and his wife Eliza was their son, William Sullivan Jr.5
William Sullivan witnessed the death of Eliza Sullivan on 15 January 1953 at at home 121 South Prince St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Cause of death was cardio -renal disease, hypertension, arteriosclerosis, cerebral hemorrhage. Duration of about 2 years.6

Citations

  1. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster, Dist 75, Dwelling # 270, Family # 272.
  2. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 22, 2015.
  3. [S66] 1930 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster, Dist # 71, Dwelling # 64, Family # 65.
  4. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania Death Certificates 1906-1963 # 107161 for father William S Sullivan.
  5. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania Death Certificates 1906-1963 # 107161.
  6. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania Death Certificates 1906-1963 # 4893.

Harry Reed1

M, b. 1879, d. 1974
Last Edited25 Feb 2015
     Harry Reed was born in 1879.1 He married Maggie Johnson, daughter of William H Johnson and Susan McGowan.1 Harry Reed was buried in 1974 at Georgetown Methodist Cemetery, Georgetown, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 He died in 1974.1 Harry Reed Find-a-Grave.com ID # 97749043.

Family

Maggie Johnson b. Jan 1886, d. 1968

Citations

  1. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 25 2015.

Charles Edward Hughes1,2

M, b. 17 May 1878, d. 30 October 1943
Last Edited23 May 2017
     Charles Edward Hughes was born on 17 May 1878 at Pennsylvania.1,3 He married Anna May Johnson, daughter of William H Johnson and Susan McGowan, on 12 February 1902 at Grace Evangelical Luthern Church Parsonage, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1,4
Charles Edward Hughes died on 30 October 1943 at Parkesburg, Chester, Pennsylvania, at age 65.1,3
He was buried on 2 November 1943 at Georgetown Methodist Cemetery, Georgetown, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1,3 Charles Edward Hughes Find-a-Grave.com ID # 97748580.
     He and Anna May Hughes appeared on the census of 21 April 1910 at 529 First Avenue, Parkesburg, Chester, Pennsylvania.5 Charles Edward Hughes and Anna May Hughes appeared on the census of 2 January 1920 at 529 First Avenue, Parkesburg, Chester, Pennsylvania.6 Charles Edward Hughes lived on 1 April 1935 at 434 First Avenue, Parkesburg, Chester, Pennsylvania.7 As of 8 February 1936, Charles Edward Hughes was also known as Edward M Hughes.2 He appeared on the census of 10 April 1940 at 434 First Avenue, Parkesburg, Chester, Pennsylvania.7 He was an inspector at Lukens Steel Company before 1943 at Coatesville, Chester, Pennsylvania.3

Family

Anna May Johnson b. 9 Mar 1881, d. 8 Feb 1936
Child

Citations

  1. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 25 2015.
  2. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1964 for wife Anna May Hughes.
  3. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1964 for Edward Hughes # 88453.
  4. [S34] Marriage Record: Pennsylvania Marriages 1852-1968 for Edward Hughes # 18939.
  5. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Chester, Parkesburg, Dist # 44, Dwelling # 757, Family 766.
  6. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Chester, Parkesburg, Dist 57, Dwelling # 28, Family # 28.
  7. [S147] April 1940 Census Records, unknown repository address, Pennsylvania, Chester, Parkesburg, Dist 15-62, Visitation # 161.

Evelyn N Hughes1

F, b. 1907, d. 2002
Father*Charles Edward Hughes1 b. 17 May 1878, d. 30 Oct 1943
Mother*Anna May Johnson1 b. 9 Mar 1881, d. 8 Feb 1936
Last Edited25 Feb 2015
     Evelyn N Hughes married William Paul Keith.2 Evelyn N Hughes was born in 1907 at Pennsylvania.1,3 She was buried in 2002 at Georgetown Methodist Cemetery, Georgetown, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3 She died in 2002.3 Evelyn N Hughes Find-a-Grave.com ID # 97748529.
     Her married name was Keith.2 She appeared on the census of 21 April 1910 at 529 First Avenue, Parkesburg, Chester, Pennsylvania.4 She was a witness when Maggie Reed and Anna May Hughes were photograhed at farm circa 1916 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania.5
Evelyn N Hughes was a witness when William H Johnson and Susan Johnson were photographed with their grand-daughters, Evelyn & Dot (Dorothy) Hughes. circa 1920 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania.5
Evelyn N Hughes appeared on the census of 2 January 1920 at 529 First Avenue, Parkesburg, Chester, Pennsylvania.1 She lived with Charles Edward Hughes on 1 April 1935 at 434 First Avenue, Parkesburg, Chester, Pennsylvania.2 Evelyn N Keith appeared on the census of 10 April 1940 at 434 First Avenue, Parkesburg, Chester, Pennsylvania.2 She witnessed the death certificate of Charles Edward Hughes on 30 October 1943 at Parkesburg, Chester, Pennsylvania.3,6

Family

William Paul Keith b. 1907, d. 1990

Citations

  1. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Chester, Parkesburg, Dist 57, Dwelling # 28, Family # 28.
  2. [S147] April 1940 Census Records, unknown repository address, Pennsylvania, Chester, Parkesburg, Dist 15-62, Visitation # 161.
  3. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 25 2015.
  4. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Chester, Parkesburg, Dist # 44, Dwelling # 757, Family 766.
  5. [S120] Unknown subject Photo, unknown repository, Photo in possession of Johnson Family.
  6. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1964 for Edward Hughes # 88453.

William Paul Keith1

M, b. 1907, d. 1990
Last Edited25 Feb 2015
     William Paul Keith married Evelyn N Hughes, daughter of Charles Edward Hughes and Anna May Johnson.1 William Paul Keith was born in 1907 at Pennsylvania.1,2 He was buried in 1990 at Georgetown Methodist Cemetery, Georgetown, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.2 He died in 1990.2 William Paul Keith Find-a-Grave.com ID # 97748509.
     He lived on 1 April 1935 at Chester, Pennsylvania.1 He appeared on the census of 10 April 1940 at 434 First Avenue, Parkesburg, Chester, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Evelyn N Hughes b. 1907, d. 2002

Citations

  1. [S147] April 1940 Census Records, unknown repository address, Pennsylvania, Chester, Parkesburg, Dist 15-62, Visitation # 161.
  2. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 25 2015.

Rev Charles E Wonderly1

M, b. 1900
Last Edited25 Feb 2015
     Rev Charles E Wonderly was born in 1900.1
     He was (an unknown value) on 2 April 1930 at Elverson, Chester, Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S66] 1930 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Chester, Elverson, Dist # 38, Dwelling E 22, Family # 27.

Peter Winebrenner1

M, b. 6 March 1799, d. 16 May 1859
Last Edited26 Feb 2015
     Peter Winebrenner was born on 6 March 1799 at Maryland.1 He married Mary Coho circa 1821.1 Peter Winebrenner died on 16 May 1859 at Noble, Indiana, at age 60.1

Family

Mary Coho b. 6 Dec 1796, d. 16 May 1859
Child

Citations

  1. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 26, 2015 for daughter Mary Winebrenner Longstreth
    # 6578502.

Mary Coho1

F, b. 6 December 1796, d. 16 May 1859
Last Edited26 Feb 2015
     Mary Coho was born on 6 December 1796 at Bedford, Pennsylvania.1 She married Peter Winebrenner circa 1821.1 Mary Coho died on 16 May 1859 at Noble, Indiana, at age 62.1
     As of circa 1821,her married name was Winebrenner.1

Family

Peter Winebrenner b. 6 Mar 1799, d. 16 May 1859
Child

Citations

  1. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 26, 2015 for daughter Mary Winebrenner Longstreth
    # 6578502.

Orlando Bingman1

M, b. 3 February 1839, d. 3 March 1907
ChartsJohn Longstreth Descendants
Last Edited26 Feb 2015
     Orlando Bingman was born on 3 February 1839.2 He married Salina A. Longstreth, daughter of William Houston Longstreth and Mary Winebrenner, circa 1879.1 Orlando Bingman died on 3 March 1907 at age 68.2 He was buried on 6 March 1907 at Amity Cemetery, Newmansville, Clarion, Pennsylvania.2 Orlando Bingman Find-a-Grave.com ID # 7118828.

Family

Salina A. Longstreth b. 25 Aug 1854, d. 18 Jan 1892
Children

Citations

  1. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 26, 2015 #32452505.
  2. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 26, 2015 #7118828.