Catherine (?)1

F
ChartsSheri Gregg Fisher Ancestors Indented
Last Edited6 Feb 2012
     Catherine (?) married George Albright.1
     Her married name was George.1

Family

George Albright
Children

Citations

  1. [S71] James Longstreth, Descendant report, CD Longstreth/Longstreath Family in America, third edition 2011.

Margaret Ann George1

F, b. 16 May 1760, d. 18 February 1837
Father*George Albright1
Mother*Catherine (?)1
Last Edited6 Feb 2012
     Margaret Ann George was born on 16 May 1760 at Bedford or Cambria, Pennsylvania.1 She died on 18 February 1837 at Deavertown, York Township, Morgan, Ohio, at age 76.1 She was buried on 21 February 1837 at Camel Light Cemetery, Deavertown, Morgan, Ohio; also a memorial is in the Methodist Cemetery, Deavertown, Ohio.1
     Margaret Ann[e] George1 was born on 16 May 1760 in Bedford Co or Cambria Co, Pennsylvania.1,77,86
She died on 18 Feb 1837 at the age of 76 in Deavertown, York Twp, Morgan Co, Ohio.1,87 She was
buried in Camel Light Cemetery in Deavertown, Ohio, and a memorial is in the Methodist Cemetery,
Deavertown, Ohio.1 Margaret lived in Moved from Cambria Co, Pennsylvania to York Twp, Morgan Co,
Ohio about 1813.1,82. The Weller family tree has Bedford Co
as birthplace. A response to an internet query (Longstreth Surname Message Board. Note from Cindy S.)
said the birthplace was Cambria Co. Cambria Co and Bedford Co, Pennsylvania are adjacent to each
other, and, according to the Cambria Co website, (http://www.rootsweb.com/~pacambri/) Cambria Co
was formed in 1804 by taking pieces of three other counties, including some of Bedford county.
"In 1813 Elijah Holcombe, his son John and daughter Achsah Holcombe Pidcock, migrated by oxen
wagon train from New Jersey to Ohio, thru Pennsylvania. Three years later they were followed by sons
Joseph and Jacob. While in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, the Holcombe train fell in with another
group - Margaret Ann George, wife of John Longstreth, and her four sons, Philip, James, Bartholomew
and Michael and a daughter Abigail, who with their respective families were also migrating to Ohio. It is
believed that a Foraker family was with them. They all traveled together to Zanesville, Ohio, there to
cross the Muskingum River. They held Bounty Certificates for land farther west, in the Dayton area.
Resuming their journey, they proceeded as far west as what is now Lancaster and got caught in the mud
of the "flat lands" of Ohio and fearing ague they returned to Zanesville where they met Jonas Deaver,
who led them 18 miles south to what was later to be Deavertown, where they bought land and made their
homes.
Jonas Deaver had a farm on the crest of the hill, 1 1/2 miles south of Deavertown. The Longstreths
bought land down the hill toward the south and the Holcombes farther south and west on a tributary of
Jonathan Creek which flows north to the Muskingum River near Zanesville. The Longstreth family occupied the original purchase of 164 acres until only a few years ago." [From The Longstreth Story, by Lester G. Holcombe (1891-1973), written about 1968].
"In 1778 he (John Longstreth) married Margaret Ann George, daughter of Albright George of Bedford
County, Pennsylvania. She was born May 11, 1760, Pennsylvania, died Feb. 18, 1837 at Deavertown.
Many years later, under the supervision of Mrs. D. V. Rannells of Logan, Ohio, a descendant of James
Longstreth, a stone was erected in the Methodist Cemetery at Deavertown to the memory of Margaret
Ann George Longstreth. A measure of earth was taken from her grave in the new light cemetery and
placed at the foot of the stone in the Methodist Cemetery. She was eulogized as "the Grand Lady of all
the Longstreths." Her daughters, Margaret and Barbara remained in Pennsylvania with their father, and
after his death, it is known that Barbara came to Ohio. And while not proven, it is believed that Margaret
cam also." [From The Longstreth Story, by Lester G. Holcombe (1891-1973), written about 1968].
(Jonas Deaver was a cousin of Levi Deaver, the founder of Deavertown, Morgan Co, Ohio. The Deaver
genealogy can be found on the World Wide Web at http://www.my-ged.com/ellerbec/)
"After the settlement of the Deavers, the next family of prominence to take up their residence in the
township were the Longstreths - Bartholamew, Philip, Michael, James, and their families - about fifteen
in all. They came from Cambria County, Pa. Philip located about one mile and a quarter north of
Deavertown, upon one hundred and sixty acres of wild land. Bartholamew entered one hundred and sixty
acres adjoining his brother's on the east. Michael's location was one mile south of Deavertown. James,
or Squire Longstreth, as he was familiarly known in after years, settled one-half mile west of the village.
Bartholamew lived on the farm where he first settled until his decease. One peculiarity of these brothers
was that while they were reared amid the same influences, they all held different religious convictions.
Bartholamew was a Catholic, and soon after he came to York built a Catholic church, which is said to
have been the second Catholic church erected in this section of Ohio. He secured the services of a priest,
Rev. N. Young, and for many years services were regularly held. The establishment of this church
induced quite an extensive emigration of German Catholics from Cambria County, Pa., who settled in the
immediate vicinity. Among the number was a German by the name of Andrew Gossman.
" In addition to other initial efforts, Bartholamew built a mill on the headwaters of Jonathan Creek. This
mill, though a rude affair, was a great convenience to the early settlers. After his death, which occurred
in 1825, his widow operated the mill, until about 1850. Only two of his children now reside in the
township, Daniel and Bartholamew. Michael died on the place where he settled. Two children, Henry
and Catherine, reside on the old homestead. Philip also died on the farm on which he was the pioneer.
James went to Missouri, where he died." [From History of Morgan County, Ohio by Charles Robertson, Page 521.]
"The Church of the United Brethren in Christ. -This society was organized in 1842 by Rev. William
Davis. The original members were James Longstreth, L. Leach and H. W. Weller, Phillip Longstreth and
wife, James Longstreth, Emanuel Leach and wife, Lloyd Leach and wife, Ephraim Johnson and wife, Eli
Johnson and wife, Christena Wolfert, Joseph Davis and wife, John Pletcher and wife, Lemuel Brown and
wife, Sarah Johnson, June Kennedy, Betty Leach, Ellen Brown and Julia Brown. H. N. Weller, James
Longstreth and L. Leach were the first trustees. The church has had thirty-two different pastors since
1842. The succession has been ... " [From History of Morgan County, Ohio by Charles Robertson, Page 526.]1

Citations

  1. [S71] James Longstreth, Descendant report, CD Longstreth/Longstreath Family in America, third edition 2011.

Martin Longstreth1

M, b. 1675, d. 1727
Father*Christopher Longstroth1 b. 28 Feb 1635, d. Mar 1699
Mother*Elizabeth Greenwood1 b. 1648
ChartsSheri Gregg Fisher Ancestors Indented
Last Edited6 Feb 2012
     Martin Longstreth married Abigail (?)1 Martin Longstreth was born in 1675 at Yorkshire, England.1 He died in 1727 at Pennsylvania.1
     Martin Longstreth1 was born in 1675 in Yorkshire, England.1,73 He died in 1727 at the age of 52 in Pennsylvania.1,52
He lived in 150 miles west of Philadelphia area in 1769.1 Martin was a Brazier (brass worker), also traveled earning a living
as a tinker.1 Martin immigrated to America from England approximately 1700. He is noted in the Annals of Daniel
Longstreth. From: The Longstreth Family Records, page 31ff
The Longstreth family of Philadelphia trace their descent from one ancestor, Bartholomew Longstreth, who emigrated from
Yorkshire in 1699. There is no doubt, however, that collateral relatives of the same name are living, who are the descendants
of Martin Longstreth, a brother or cousin of Bartholomew, who came to America and died about 1727. This Martin was by
trade a brazier, and occasionally traveled about the country in pursuit of trade; he was familiarly known as "the long tinker,"
being "said to have been seven feet two and a half inches in height."
He had a daughter Elizabeth who married Francis Littlejohn, and died near Philadelphia in 1753, leaving eight children; he
had also a son who signed himself Bartholomew Longstreth, Junr., who in 1769 lived a hundred and fifty miles west of
Philadelphia, and had five children.
Some of Martin Longstreth's descendants moved to Virginia. Daniel Longstreth (4-48) great-grandson of Bartholomew, from
whose extensive memoranda much of the material for this Record is gleaned, writes: "Uncle Isaac (3-10) told me that as the
Virginia troops passed through here on their way to New York, two of them of the name of Longstreth called at
Grandfather's, and that again about 1780 one of them on his return towards his home spent several days with the family. His
brother, as Uncle understood, married and settled in the upper part of New Jersey."
Besides this Martin, there may have been one other of the Longstreth name who came to America, as Daniel Longstreth
mentions that he had "often heard that Bartholomew Longstreth had a brother Philip."
Probable descendants of Martin Longstreth are living in Ohio and farther west. In the search for members of the family,
correspondence was opened with Philip W. Longstreth, Gratiot, O; W. C. Longstreth, Lancaster, O., and Mrs. Mary
Rannells, New Plymouth, O., daughter of G. W. Longstreth. From these it was learned that a Philip Longstreth was born in
Cambria Co, Pa., in 1779, and a Michael Longstreth born in Pennsylvania in 1789; these moved to Ohio early in the
nineteenth century, and no names of their ancestry were known. The name Bartholomew occurs more than once among their
family records, which would suggest the probability of their descent from Bartholomew, Jr., son of Martin. In the
publication, "Heads of Families, First Census, 1790," are given the names of two Marton Longstrechs, John, James, and
Philip Longstrech, in Bedford Co. It is not unlikely that these were sons or grand-sons of Bartholomew, Jr., but as no records
have been found to establish this point, the idea, once entertained, of collecting the records of this branch of Longstreth
name, has been abandoned. (etc.)1

Family

Abigail (?) b. c 1690
Child

Citations

  1. [S71] James Longstreth, Descendant report, CD Longstreth/Longstreath Family in America, third edition 2011.

Abigail (?)1

F, b. circa 1690
ChartsSheri Gregg Fisher Ancestors Indented
Last Edited6 Feb 2012
     Abigail (?) married Martin Longstreth, son of Christopher Longstroth and Elizabeth Greenwood.1 Abigail (?) was born circa 1690.1
     Her married name was Longstreth.1

Family

Martin Longstreth b. 1675, d. 1727
Child

Citations

  1. [S71] James Longstreth, Descendant report, CD Longstreth/Longstreath Family in America, third edition 2011.

Christopher Longstroth1

M, b. 28 February 1635, d. March 1699
Last Edited6 Feb 2012
     Christopher Longstroth was born on 28 February 1635 at Studfold, Horton in Ribblesdale, Yorkshire, England.1 He married Elizabeth Greenwood.1 Christopher Longstroth died in March 1699 at Yorkshire, England, at age 64.1 He was buried on 29 March 1699.1
     Christopher Longstroth1 was born on 28 Feb 1635 in Studfold, Horton in Ribblesdale, Yorkshire, England.1 He died
in Mar 1699 at the age of 64 in Yorkshire, England.1,73 He was buried on 29 Mar 1699.1,73. For Christopher to be son of Thomas (William Forester version) he could be born in 1635 (Father born
in 1599, son born in 1679). For Christopher to be son of Isaac (AE Longstreth version) he would probably be born between
1650 and 1660 (Father born in 1629, son born in 1679). The William Forester version has Christopher being the only male
in a family with 8 female daughters - possible but less probable.Tradition says that when Joshua Longstreth (3-63) was in England in 1835, he visited the Heralds' College, and found the
record of the Longstreth coat-of-arms. The line of family having become extinct in England, the right to its use was granted
by the College of Arms to the line of the family in America; a seal bearing the coat-of-arms which he had cut in London has
served as the copy for subsequent dies.
No record is yet known which tells to whom the coat-of-arms was granted, nor proves the American Longstreths to be
descended from those who were entitled to bear the escutcheon. Nor is it certainly known that Sir John Longstrother was of
the same ancestry as the Yorkshire Longstreths; the only authority on which this belief rests is the statement of Whitaker, that
Longstroth Dale probably gave birth to Sir John Longstrother, and that the Longstroths of that Dale were probably his
immediate relatives. But the gap between the medieval Longstroths and the present family has not been spanned by any
bridge of records.
The American Longstreths may be collateral descendants in this same family, but whatever right they have to armorial
bearings rests solely on the permission granted, according to tradition, to Joshua Longstreth, as they have not, according to
the requirement of heraldry, established a pedigree at the College of Arms. Elizabeth Greenwood and Christopher Longstroth
were married on 29 Oct 1671 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire, England.1.1

Family

Elizabeth Greenwood b. 1648
Child

Citations

  1. [S71] James Longstreth, Descendant report, CD Longstreth/Longstreath Family in America, third edition 2011.

Elizabeth Greenwood1

F, b. 1648
Last Edited6 Feb 2012
     Elizabeth Greenwood was born in 1648 at Giggleswick, Yorkshire, England.1 She married Christopher Longstroth.1
     Her married name was Longstroth.1

Family

Christopher Longstroth b. 28 Feb 1635, d. Mar 1699
Child

Citations

  1. [S71] James Longstreth, Descendant report, CD Longstreth/Longstreath Family in America, third edition 2011.

Elsie M (?)1

F, b. 1892, d. 1977
Last Edited23 Feb 2012
     Elsie M (?) was born in 1892.1 She married Barton Samuel Kurtz, son of Joseph Kurtz and Elizabeth Amanda Ranck.1 Elsie M (?) was buried in 1977 at Pequea Presbyterian Cemetery, Gap, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 She died in 1977.1 Elsie M (?) Find-a-Grave.com ID # 40657101.1
     Her married name was Kurtz.1

Family

Barton Samuel Kurtz b. 1884, d. 1974

Citations

  1. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 23, 2012.

Infant Kurtz1

M, b. circa April 1879, d. 2 April 1879
Father*Joseph Kurtz1 b. 8 Apr 1841, d. 2 Oct 1915
Mother*Elizabeth Amanda Ranck1 b. 8 Apr 1843, d. 2 Mar 1917
Last Edited23 Feb 2012
     Infant Kurtz was born circa April 1879.1 He died on 2 April 1879.1 He was buried on 5 April 1879 at Pequea Presbyterian Cemetery, Gap, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 Infant Kurtz Find-a-Grave.com ID # 39781931.1

Citations

  1. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 23, 2012.

Earl R Houck1

M, b. 22 June 1923, d. 21 July 2011
Father*Jacob A Houck1
Mother*Mary Leona Hauck1 b. 20 Oct 1897, d. 15 Oct 1948
Last Edited3 Jan 2015
     Earl R Houck was born on 22 June 1923.1 He died on 21 July 2011 at Narvon, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at age 88 Earl R. Houck, 88, formerly of Narvon Road, Gap, died Thursday, July 21, 2011, at Zerbe Sisters Nursing Home. He was preceded in death by his wife Anna Mae (Smith) Houck in 2001. Born in Salisbury Twp., he was the son of the late Jacob A. and Mary Leona (Houck) Houck. Earl retired from Plant Services at the former New Holland Machine Company in 1985. He had previously been a feed truck driver for D.W. Hoover, East Earl. He is survived by his son E. Melvin, married to Jean (Dickel) Houck of Gap, two grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a sister Elva Clark and a brother Harold Houck. His funeral will be held on Saturday, July 23, at 10 a.m. at Groff-High Funeral Home, 145 West Main St., New Holland, with Pastor Kevin Readman officiating. Interment will follow in the Ranck's U.M. Cemetery, New Holland. A viewing will be held at the funeral home on Saturday from 9-10 a.m. Online condolences may be posted on our website, www.groffeckenroth.com.

Lancaster Intelligencer Journal/New Era 7/22/2011.1 He was buried on 24 July 2011 at Rancks United Methodist Church Cemetery, Narvon, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 Earl R Houck Find-a-Grave.com ID # 73736225.1

Citations

  1. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 29, 2012.

Alice A Fraelich1

F, b. 29 October 1877, d. 16 October 1947
Father*Amos Fraelich2
Mother*Susan Barmaster1 b. 1854
Last Edited5 Nov 2017
     Alice A Fraelich was born on 29 October 1877 at Pennsylvania.1,3 She married Jason Gregg, son of Samuel Gregg and Mary Ann Sheaffer, on 24 June 1901 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1,4 Alice A Gregg died on 16 October 1947 at Polyclinic Hospital, Harrisburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania, at age 69.3 She was buried on 20 October 1947 at Harrisburg Cemetery, Harrisburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania.3 Alice A Fraelich Find-a-Grave.com ID # 170655173.
     As of 1901, Alice A Fraelich was also known as Alice A Frailey.4 As of 24 June 1901,her married name was Gregg.1,4 She and Jason Gregg appeared on the census of 16 April 1920 at 1516 Susquehanna St, Harrisburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania, Female boarder and male lodger also lived with family.1 Alice A Gregg lived on 16 October 1947 at 1516 Susquehanna St, Harrisburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania.3

Family

Jason Gregg b. Aug 1880
Child

Citations

  1. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Dauphin County, Harrisburg City,Ward 12, Dist 105, Dwelling #94, Family #103.
  2. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Nov 5, 2017 for daughter Alice Fraelich Gregg # 170655173.
  3. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1963 for Alice A Gregg # 87535.
  4. [S34] Marriage Record: Pennsylvania, Marriages, 1709-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V26X-ZHF : accessed 20 Nov 2012), Jason C Gregg and Alice A Frailey, 1901; citing reference , FHL microfilm 940798.

Clarence R Gregg1

M, b. 1902
Father*Jason Gregg1 b. Aug 1880
Mother*Alice A Fraelich1 b. 29 Oct 1877, d. 16 Oct 1947
Last Edited6 May 2013
     Clarence R Gregg was born in 1902 at Pennsylvania.1
     He appeared on the census of 16 April 1920 at 1516 Susquehanna St, Harrisburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Dauphin County, Harrisburg City,Ward 12, Dist 105, Dwelling #94, Family #103.

Susan Barmaster1,2

F, b. 1854
Last Edited5 Nov 2017
     Susan Barmaster was born in 1854.1 She married Amos Fraelich before 1877.2
     As of before 1877,her married name was Fraelich.2 Susan Barmaster appeared on the census of 16 April 1920 at 1516 Susquehanna St, Harrisburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania.1

Family 1

Amos Fraelich
Child

Family 2

Child

Citations

  1. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Dauphin County, Harrisburg City,Ward 12, Dist 105, Dwelling #94, Family #103.
  2. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Nov 5, 2017 for daughter Alice Fraelich Gregg # 170655173.

Elizabeth Fraelich1

F, b. 1883
Mother*Susan Barmaster1 b. 1854
Last Edited2 Mar 2012
     Elizabeth Fraelich was born in 1883.1
     She appeared on the census of 16 April 1920 at 1516 Susquehanna St, Harrisburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Dauphin County, Harrisburg City,Ward 12, Dist 105, Dwelling #94, Family #103.

Richard Lee Gregg1,2

M, b. 22 July 1903, d. 1 August 1949
Father*Amos Franklin Gregg1 b. Feb 1878, d. b 1949
Mother*Sallie M. Lee1 b. Sep 1875, d. 28 Aug 1949
Last Edited30 Dec 2015
     Richard Lee Gregg was born on 22 July 1903 at Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1,2 He married Hilda Stoner, daughter of David C Stoner MD and Bertha Beiver.3 Richard Lee Gregg died on 1 August 1949 at at home, 403 N Market St, Elizabethtown, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at age 46. Cause of death was Coronary Heart Disease, duration 3 yrs.2 He was buried on 4 August 1949 at Eberle Cemetery, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.2
     He appeared on the census of 19 April 1910 at 644 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 He lived with Amos Franklin Gregg and Sallie M. Gregg in 1920 at 644 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.4 Richard Lee Gregg appeared on the census of 6 January 1920 at 644 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.4 He and Hilda Gregg lived on 31 July 1949 at 403 North Market St, Elizabethtown, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.2 Richard Lee Gregg was an accountant, but unemployed at time of death on 1 August 1949.2

Family

Hilda Stoner b. 16 Apr 1910, d. 2 Jun 1960

Citations

  1. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster City Ward 8, Dist 87, Dwelling #138, Family #140.
  2. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania Dept heath Death Certif # 70070.
  3. [S32] Death Certificate, Pennsylvania Dept heath Death Certif # 70070 for husband, Richard Lee Gregg.
  4. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster City, Sheet 7-B, Line 60, Dwelling # 157, Family # 158.

LeRoy Gregg1,2

M, b. 1907, d. 1980
Father*Amos Franklin Gregg1 b. Feb 1878, d. b 1949
Mother*Sallie M. Lee1 b. Sep 1875, d. 28 Aug 1949
Last Edited31 Aug 2015
     LeRoy Gregg was born in 1907 at Pennsylvania.1 He died in 1980.2 He was buried in 1980 at Millersville Mennonite Cemetery, Millersville, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.2 LeRoy Gregg Find-a-Grave.com ID # 66520853.2
     He appeared on the census of 19 April 1910 at 644 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 He lived with Amos Franklin Gregg and Sallie M. Gregg in 1920 at 644 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3 LeRoy Gregg appeared on the census of 6 January 1920 at 644 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3 He appeared on the census of 21 April 1930 at 644 Manor St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.4 He appeared on the census of 11 April 1940 at 460 Lafayett St, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.5 He began military service in 1942 CPL United States Army
World War II.2

Citations

  1. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster City Ward 8, Dist 87, Dwelling #138, Family #140.
  2. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched May 6, 2013.
  3. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster City, Sheet 7-B, Line 60, Dwelling # 157, Family # 158.
  4. [S66] 1930 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster, Dist 67, Dwelling # 398, family 433.
  5. [S147] April 1940 Census Records, unknown repository address, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Lancaster, ED 36-82, Visitation # 179.

Myrtle Mae Rhoads1,2

F, b. 24 March 1903, d. 27 November 1982
Last Edited5 Aug 2017
     Myrtle Mae Rhoads was born on 24 March 1903.3 She married Lloyd H Miller, son of Martin Miller and Jennie L Helm.2 Myrtle Mae Miller died on 27 November 1982 at age 79.3 She was buried on 30 November 1982 at Strasburg Mennonite Cemetery, Strasburg, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3 Myrtle Mae Rhoads Find-a-Grave.com ID # 76117122.
     Her married name was Miller.2 She and Lloyd H Miller appeared on the census of 4 April 1930 at 18 South Decatur St, Strasburg, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.4

Family

Lloyd H Miller b. 19 Aug 1906, d. 22 Dec 1969
Child

Citations

  1. [S146] Various, Year: 1974; Page: 58. Obit of granddaughter.
  2. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched March 10, 2015 for daughter Betty Jane Armer.
  3. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Aug 5, 2017.
  4. [S66] 1930 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Strasburg Boro, Dist 0114, Dwelling # 74, Family # 74.

Vernon Ellsworth Houbert1,2

M, b. 12 April 1910, d. 29 September 1991
Father*William Franklin Haubert1 b. 7 Jan 1870, d. 16 Mar 1943
Mother*Clara Levena Murray1 b. 18 Jan 1873, d. 13 Feb 1943
Last Edited14 Dec 2015
Recieved from Pat Cargill Dec 14, 2015
     Vernon Ellsworth Houbert was born on 12 April 1910 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3,4 He married Mary Frances Pickel.5 Vernon Ellsworth Houbert died on 29 September 1991 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at age 81.4
     Vernon Ellsworth Houbert was also known as Haubert.5 He appeared on the census of 12 January 1920 at Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.6 He appeared on the census of 24 April 1930 at Strasburg Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3 He was a laborer on state roads on 24 April 1930 at Strasburg Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3 He witnessed Family photo: : back John Benjamin, Vernon Ellsworth, Charles W., Mabel Susan, Frank William
front William Franklin (Frank), Clara Levena, Mary Grace circa September 1941 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania.7
Picture taken in Bart Township about 1941, provided by Pat Cargill Dec 14, 2015. Identified as follows: Group family photo: back John Benjamin, Vernon Ellsworth, Charles W., Mabel Susan, Frank William
front William Franklin (Frank), Clara Levena, Mary Grace

Family

Mary Frances Pickel b. 20 Jun 1911, d. Apr 1985

Citations

  1. [S146] Various, Year: 1984; Page: 263; Sister's obituary.
  2. [S252] Pat Cargill, "Murray-Haubert", Received family sheets Jun 10, 2015.
  3. [S66] 1930 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Strasburg Twp, Dwelling # 239, Family # 257.
  4. [S156] Ancestry Family Tree, online www.ancestry.com, Haubert Family Tree owner Patricia Cargill, private tree.
  5. [S156] Ancestry Family Tree, online www.ancestry.com, Haubert Family Tree owner Patricia Cargill, private tree.
  6. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Bart, Dist 3, Dwelling # 116, Family # 120.
  7. [S55] Various Photo; unknown repository, Photo from Pat Cargill Dec 14, 2015.

Henry M Groff1

M, b. 1897, d. 1979
Last Edited2 Oct 2015
     Henry M Groff was born in 1897.1 He married Iva P Axe Groff, daughter of H Brinton and Clara E Miller Axe.1 Henry M Groff was buried in 1979 at Leacock Presbyterian Cemetery, Paradise, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.2 He died in 1979.1

Family

Iva P Axe Groff b. 1898, d. 22 Sep 1983
Child

Citations

  1. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched April 1, 2012.
  2. [S177] Unknown author, Billion Graves, ID # 9482579.

Henry M Groff Jr1

M, b. 1926, d. 2002
Father*Henry M Groff1 b. 1897, d. 1979
Mother*Iva P Axe Groff1 b. 1898, d. 22 Sep 1983
Last Edited24 Aug 2015
     Henry M Groff Jr was born in 1926.1 He was buried in 2002 at Leacock Presbyterian Cemetery, Paradise, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.2 He died in 2002.1 Henry M Groff Jr Find-a-Grave.com ID # 36935515.

Citations

  1. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched April 1, 2012.
  2. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched 8/24/2015.

Harry Thompson1

M, b. 1881
Last Edited5 Apr 2012
     Harry Thompson was born in 1881.1 He married Marian (?) circa 1921.1
     Harry Thompson and Marian (?) appeared on the census of 11 April 1940 at Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Marian (?) b. 1882

Citations

  1. [S147] April 1940 Census Records, unknown repository address, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Bart Township, ED 36-3, Dwelling #103.

Marian (?)1

F, b. 1882
Last Edited5 Apr 2012
     Marian (?) was born in 1882.1 She married Harry Thompson circa 1921.1
     Her married name was Thompson.1 Marian (?) and Harry Thompson appeared on the census of 11 April 1940 at Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Harry Thompson b. 1881

Citations

  1. [S147] April 1940 Census Records, unknown repository address, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Bart Township, ED 36-3, Dwelling #103.

Anna Heibeck1

F, b. circa 1848
Father*George Michael Heibeck1 b. 1 Jan 1823, d. 30 Jul 1880
Mother*Dorothy Julia (?)1 b. 30 Dec 1825, d. 24 Aug 1913
Last Edited6 Apr 2012
     Anna Heibeck was born circa 1848.1

Citations

  1. [S147] April 1940 Census Records, unknown repository address, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Strasburg Boro, ED 36-145, Dwelling #293.

Mary Heibeck1

F, b. circa 1854
Father*George Michael Heibeck1 b. 1 Jan 1823, d. 30 Jul 1880
Mother*Dorothy Julia (?)1 b. 30 Dec 1825, d. 24 Aug 1913
Last Edited6 Apr 2012
     Mary Heibeck was born circa 1854.1

Citations

  1. [S147] April 1940 Census Records, unknown repository address, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Strasburg Boro, ED 36-145, Dwelling #293.

Elizabeth Heibeck

F, b. circa 1869
Father*George Michael Heibeck b. 1 Jan 1823, d. 30 Jul 1880
Mother*Dorothy Julia (?) b. 30 Dec 1825, d. 24 Aug 1913
Last Edited6 Apr 2012
     Elizabeth Heibeck was born circa 1869.1

Citations

  1. [S147] April 1940 Census Records, unknown repository address, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Strasburg Boro, ED 36-145, Dwelling #293.

Julia Mechling1

F, b. circa 1900
Father*Herbert E. Mechling1 b. 1879
Mother*Fannie Stover1 b. 1881
Last Edited6 May 2013
     Julia Mechling was born circa 1900.1
     She appeared on the census of 31 January 1920 at Rayburn Township, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Armstrong, Rayburn Township, District 44, Dwelling 131, Family # 135.

Arlie Yount1

M, b. 17 February 1885, d. 31 August 1969
Last Edited25 Aug 2019
     Arlie Yount was born on 17 February 1885 at Armstrong, Pennsylvania.1,2 He married Ella Elizabeth Beckwith, daughter of Edwin R Beckwith, before 1907 at Pennsylvania.1 Arlie Yount died on 31 August 1969 at Armstrong County Memorial Hospital, Armstrong, Pennsylvania, at age 84.2 He was buried on 3 September 1969 at Kittanning Cemetery, Kittanning, Armstrong, Pennsylvania. Plot N9.2 Arlie Yount Find-a-Grave.com ID # 15826359.
     He was a coal miner on 22 April 1910 at Rayburn Township, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.3 He and Ella Elizabeth Yount appeared on the census of 22 April 1910 at Rayburn Township, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.3 Arlie Yount was a miner in a coal mine. on 31 January 1920 at Armstrong, Pennsylvania.1 He and Ella Elizabeth Beckwith appeared on the census of 31 January 1920 at Near Buttermilk Falls, Troy Hill Rd, Rayburn Township, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.1 Arlie Yount and Ella Elizabeth Yount appeared on the census of 24 April 1930 at Rayburn Township, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.4

Family

Ella Elizabeth Beckwith b. 15 Aug 1889, d. 30 Apr 1963
Children

Citations

  1. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Armstrong, Rayburn Township, District 44, Dwelling 130, Family # 134.
  2. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched August 25, 2019.
  3. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Armstrong, Rayburn, Dist 39, Dwelling # 111, Family #117.
  4. [S66] 1930 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Armstrong, Rayburn, Dist 43, Dwelling # 220, Family # 227.

Ella Elizabeth Beckwith1,2

F, b. 15 August 1889, d. 30 April 1963
Father*Edwin R Beckwith2 b. 7 Dec 1850, d. 25 Dec 1906
Last Edited25 Aug 2019
     Ella Elizabeth Beckwith was born on 15 August 1889 at Armstrong, Pennsylvania.1,2 She married Arlie Yount before 1907 at Pennsylvania.1 Ella Elizabeth Yount died on 30 April 1963 at Armstrong County Memorial Hospital, Armstrong, Pennsylvania, at age 73. Her obit: Mrs. Ella Elizabeth Yount, 73, of Kittanning RD 2 died at 12:35 a.m. Wednesday (May 1, 1963) at Armstrong County Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient for five days. Mrs. Yount was born Aug. 15, 1889 in Armstrong County, a daughter of Edwin and Joanna (Hunter) Beckwith. She had lived her entire life in the community, and was a member of Gospel Union Chapel. Surviving are her husband, Arlie Yount; five sons, Merle and William, both of Kittanning, Arley and Kenneth, both of Cleveland, Charles of New Castle; seven daughters, Mrs. David (Hazel) Morrow, Mrs. Thomas (Joanne) Crawford, Mrs. Elmer (Helen) Schaub, Mrs. Arnold (Ruby) Hutson, all of Kittanning, Mrs. Joseph (Ethel) Waugaman of Cleveland, Mrs. Edgar (Hannah) Cloak of Ford City, Mrs. Marlin (Jean) Lockhart of New Castle. Also surviving are four brothers, John, Earl, Benjamin and Harry Beckwith, all of Kittanning; three sisters, Mrs. Merle (Hannah) Dowling of Erie, Miss Mildred Beckwith of Grove City, Miss Estelle Beckwith of Kittanning; 43 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren. Friends will be received after 7 this evening at Bauer Funeral Home, where family visitation hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the funeral home with Rev. John Moore, pastor of Furnace Run Chapel, and Rev. Charles E. Strater, pastor of First Church of God, Woodward Ave., officiating. Interment will take place in Kittanning Cemetery.

From: The Simpson's Leader-Times, Kittanning, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday May 1, 1963, Page 2.2 She was buried on 2 May 1963 at Kittanning Cemetery, Kittanning, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.2 Ella Elizabeth Yount Find-a-Grave.com ID # 15826362.
     As of before 1907,her married name was Yount.1 She and Arlie Yount appeared on the census of 22 April 1910 at Rayburn Township, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.3 Ella Elizabeth Beckwith and Arlie Yount appeared on the census of 31 January 1920 at Near Buttermilk Falls, Troy Hill Rd, Rayburn Township, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.1 Ella Elizabeth Yount and Arlie Yount appeared on the census of 24 April 1930 at Rayburn Township, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.4

Family

Arlie Yount b. 17 Feb 1885, d. 31 Aug 1969
Children

Citations

  1. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Armstrong, Rayburn Township, District 44, Dwelling 130, Family # 134.
  2. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched August 25, 2019.
  3. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Armstrong, Rayburn, Dist 39, Dwelling # 111, Family #117.
  4. [S66] 1930 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Armstrong, Rayburn, Dist 43, Dwelling # 220, Family # 227.

Ethel Yount1

F, b. circa 1910
Father*Arlie Yount1 b. 17 Feb 1885, d. 31 Aug 1969
Mother*Ella Elizabeth Beckwith1 b. 15 Aug 1889, d. 30 Apr 1963
Last Edited6 May 2013
     Ethel Yount was born circa 1910.1
     She appeared on the census of 22 April 1910 at Rayburn Township, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.2 She appeared on the census of 31 January 1920 at Near Buttermilk Falls, Troy Hill Rd, Rayburn Township, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Armstrong, Rayburn Township, District 44, Dwelling 130, Family # 134.
  2. [S56] 1910 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Armstrong, Rayburn, Dist 39, Dwelling # 111, Family #117.

Merl Yount1

M, b. circa 1910
Father*Arlie Yount1 b. 17 Feb 1885, d. 31 Aug 1969
Mother*Ella Elizabeth Beckwith1 b. 15 Aug 1889, d. 30 Apr 1963
Last Edited25 Aug 2019
     Merl Yount was born circa 1910.1
     He appeared on the census of 31 January 1920 at Near Buttermilk Falls, Troy Hill Rd, Rayburn Township, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.1 He appeared on the census of 24 April 1930 at Rayburn Township, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.2 He lived in 1969 at Kittanning, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.3

Citations

  1. [S54] 1920 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Armstrong, Rayburn Township, District 44, Dwelling 130, Family # 134.
  2. [S66] 1930 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Armstrong, Rayburn, Dist 43, Dwelling # 220, Family # 227.
  3. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched August 25, 2019.

John G Leech

M, b. 1797, d. 22 April 1869
Last Edited5 Nov 2017
John H Leech Veterans Grave Registration Record shows a burial at Nickel Mines Epis Cemetery. Branch of Service Calvary, 1837-1869, Co K 59th Rgt, 2 Cav, rank was corporal, service from 3/28/1864 to 6/17/65. Buried in Section 1, Lot 4 and is a Marble GAR stone. Information given by WPA 3/6/1936.
     John G Leech was born in 1797 at Pennsylvania. Date calculated from age at death.1 He married Maria Rockey, daughter of Jacob Rockey and Mary (?).2 John G Leech died on 22 April 1869.1 He was buried on 25 April 1869 at Nickel Mines Episcopal Cemetery, Plot 9A, Nickel Mines, Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 John G Leech Find-a-Grave.com ID # 22032149.
     He was a farmer on 13 July 1860 at Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3 He and Maria Leech appeared on the census of 13 July 1860 at Bart Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3

Family

Maria Rockey b. 4 Dec 1801, d. 23 Nov 1890
Child

Citations

  1. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, Researched Feb 15, 2014.
  2. [S126] Find-a-Grave.com Obituary, Various, 22032197.
  3. [S42] 1860 Fed Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Bart, Dwelling # 178, Family # 181.