Anne Marie's Clippings

What I will do is post the surname and streets (if given) from the census. From newspaper clippings and obituarties, I'll post any surnames and places listed in the story. Then if anyone is interested in that surname, just e-mail me and I will gladly give you all the information I have.  Please specify that date of the newspaper that the name if from when e-mailing me for additional information. Thanks!

Wilkes-Barre Record - Nov. 1917

CATHERINE MCCARTHY OBIT.
F.D. McCarthy-Nanticoke
Mrs. James Fisher-Nanticoke
Mrs. Johanna Mitchell-Boston
Mrs. O.F. Farming-Boston
Charles Cushing-Boston
Joseph, Marie, James, & Anna Fisher-Nanticoke
Michael & John Bartnett-New Rochelle, RI

ZINLEWSKI-ZBOROWSKI MARRIAGE
Viola Zborowski-Hanover
Charles Zinlewski-Hanover
Helen Cubulis
Joseph Zborowski

HOSPITAL NOTES

Mrs. David Gearhart
Mrs. Daniel Williams
Leonard Boyes-Nanticoke
Susan Netereon-Sugar Notch
Mary Luanchek

Wilkes-Barre Records Nov. 26, 1907

IMPROVEMENTS TO PLYMOUTH MINES

AMOS SHOTZER OBIT (correct spelling SHARTZER)
This is my great grandfather. If anyone has any links to him or has access to Dauphin County census records, please let me know.

Amos Shotzer-Plymouth(earlier Harrisburg)
Johanna Shartzer-Plymouth(later Nanticoke)
Charles Shartzer-Plymouth(later Nanticoke)
Samuel Shartzer-Plymouth(earlier Harrisburg)
Ann Shartzer Wideth-Harrisburg
Mary Shartzer Crowe-Pittsburgh(earlier Harrisburg)
Susan Shartzer-first wife deceased, Plymouth(earlier Harrisburg)
Carrie Shartzer-Plymouth(daughter from 1st marriage)

CHOIR ENTERTAINED
Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Jones-Plymouth
Rev. J.E. Pritchard
Mr. & Mrs. W.T. Perkins,
Mr. & Mrs. James Lewis
Mrs. William Ellis
Mrs. Belinda Eddy
Misses Mary and Sarah Humphreys
Annie and Bessie Freegard
Marth and Janet Griffiths
Rachel James
Helen Jones
David Griffiths
George Ellis
Joseph Patton
Joseph Ellis

MARRIAGE PISCATA-HERSPA
Annie Piscata-Plymouth
Adam Herspa-Plymouth
Josephine Chinchas
Joseph Kolic

PATRICK FARRELL OBIT.-Plymouth
Not much listed. Just the names of some pallbearers
James Butler
Martin Eagen
William Casey
Robert Patton
Patrick Kelly
James Dooris

SKATING RACE

Joseph Rice-Wilkes-Barre
Ezra Fern-Scranton

Free Pork lunch at Hunter;s Rest., Stephen Jones
proprieter, Lee Street, Wednesday from 7:30 o'clock.

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR DR. H.M. WENNER-West Nanticoke

SLIGHT MISHAP
Andrew Baran

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR MRS. THOMAS STOCK

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR MRS. JONAH ROBERTS-Plymouth

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR MRS. PATRICK HOGAN-Plymouth

MISHAP
SARAH SHUPP-Plymouth

VISIT
STANLEY MORGAN(son of Mrs. & Mrs. T. J. Morgan)-Plymouth
CLARENCE JONES

BIRTHDAY PARTY
WILLIAM GRATTEN(son of Mrs. & Mrs. Gratten)

Wilkes-Barre Record March 28, 1908

JAMES FISHER OBIT.
James Fisher-Nanticoke
Wife (name not listed)-Nanticoke
Mrs. Andrew Gaffikin-Nanticoke
Patrick Fisher, Sr.-Nanticoke
Mary-Ireland
Rev. Father Gaffikin-Scranton

BASEBALL MEETING
A.J. Coombs-Nanticoke

CLASS PARTY-NANTICOKE

Miss Helen Hess-Nanticoke
Miss Beatrice Dietrick
Miss Olive Lewis
Miss Etta Davis
Miss Carrie Vivian
Miss Lucy Malinofski
Miss Josephine Koser
Miss Helen Wolfe
Miss Emily Vale
Miss Edna Lewis
Miss Lulu Cool
Miss Annie Vivian
Miss Louise LaRue
Miss Minet (?) Boone
Mr. Stanley Davis
Mr. Cyrus Grett
Mr. Emmet Curtis

A STAG-NANTICOKE

David Davis
Prof. Thomas H. Williams
David Davis
Enoch Far(?)
William C. Davis
David Evans
CHURCH SERVICES
Bethel

SOME KIND OF CLUB PARTY???
Grant Harter
Miss Pearl Mahon
Miss Grace Thompson
Miss Laura Jackson
Miss Lydia Schwartz
MIss Anna Hitchler
Bella Burland
LEGAL NOTICE

George T. Knoll

SOCIAL

John Hoskins-Sugar Notch
Mrs. John Martin
John Karboski
Joseph (son of Mr. & Mrs. Martin Reddington)
Tom Grant - proprietor of Boston Candy
Miss Margaret Davis
Miss Anna Walters
Mrs. George Bachs
Rev. & Mrs. H.L. Ellsworth
Rev. & Mrs. R.W. Lowery-Caverton
Mrs. H.C. Fairchild
Mrs. A.E. Dietrick-Berwick
John Martin
Max Spotanski-Nanticoke
Henry Bossert-Wilkes-Barre

Rev. & Mrs. Colwell-West Nanticoke
Blanche Morris
May Payne
Lulu Garrison
Jennie Coombs
Alice Grover
Maud Grover
Ada Grover
Lulu Smith
Neomia Allen
Gertrude Wilcox
Leatha Stookey
Ruth Stookey
Ada Watt
Carrie Lunger
Mabel Lauck
William Wildes
Charles Brochyus
Herbert Payne
William Smith
Walter Custer
David Davis
George Snyder
Murray Frace
Charles Redmond
Henry Shutt
Leon Ruckle
Harman Roshot
Herbert Parsons
Harry Zentz
William Coombs-West Nanticoke
Murton Edwards-Norfolk, VA

The Wilkes-Barre Record Wednesday, May 17, 1905

MRS. PATRICK FISHER OBIT.
Ellen Sweeney FISHER(deceased)
Mr. & Mrs. Miles Sweeney-Ireland
Mary Fisher-Nanticoke
Margaret Fisher-Nanticoke
High Fisher-Nanticoke
James Fisher-Nanticoke
Patrick Fisher, Jr.-Nanticoke
Neil M. Sweeney-Plymouth
John Sweeney-Ireland

MRS. JOHN DANIEL WILLIAMS OBIT.
(there is no first name listed for her, but it says she was born in South Wales) John Williams-Nanticoke(1st husband deceased) does not list name of 2nd husband, but he survives (possibly Daniel???)

WILLIAM RUDDICK OBIT.
Mr. & Mrs. John Ruddick(parents)-Nanticoke

CHARLETON-DAVIS MARRIAGE
Bronwyn Davis-Nanticoke
John Charleton-Alden
Anna Davis
William Charleton
Rev. & Mrs. Roderick Davis-Glen Lyon
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Charleton-Alden


The Wilkes-Barre Record Monday, June 8, 1896.

Marriage

COON-LASHER - At the home of the bride's parents, June 4, 1896, by Rev. D. C. Barnes, Everett Coon of Newton and Miss Minnie Lasher of Falls, PA

JONES-EDWARDS - William Jones of Luzerne Borough and Miss Ida Edwards of Larksville at the M.E. parsonage, Luzerne Borough by Rev. J.R. Wagner, June 6, 1896.

CONLEY-DEITZEL - In Wilkes-Barre, June 6, 1896, E.R. Conley of Scranton and Miss Anna M. Deitzel of Wilkes-Barre.

SHARTZER-O'SHANNON - In Plymouth, June 6, 1896 by Rev. W.J. Day, Amos Shartzer and Miss Johanna O'Shannon, both of Plymouth.**

HALTEN-TRESCOTT - In Nanticoke, June 3, 1896, Charles Halten and Miss Johanna Trescott, both of Nanticoke.

**This is my great grandfather and grandmother. I have no idea where the name O'Shannon came in unless the paper mistakenly used her mother's maiden name. Johanna's name was Johanna Connor.

Deaths
McDONALD - In Wilkes-Barre, June 7, 1896, John Raymond, son of Charles McDonald of South Welles street, 17 days, pneumonia. Funeral on Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.

PRICE - In Duryea, June 6, 1896, Edna, 3 years and 6 months, daughter of C.A. Price, of consumption. Funeral on Monday at 2 p.m.

CRON - In Pittston, June 6, 1896, John Cron, 40 years.

FREDERICK - June 7, 1896 at 440 (?) North Washington street, Mrs. John C. Frederick, of paralysis of the heart. Funeral on Tuesday at 3 p.m.

KEATLY - In Kingston, June 7, 1896 Rev. William Keatly aged 50 (?) years. of apoplexy.

TRIMBLE - In Edwardsville, June 6, 1896, George, the 17-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellias Trimble of Plymouth, of convulsions.

McCUE - In Plymouth, June 6, 1896, Mrs. Patrick McCue, aged 89 (?) yeas, of puerperal fever.

TYRRELL - In Forty Fort, June 7, 1896, Joseph C. Tyrrell, heart disease.

The Wilkes-Barre Record Wednesday, May 17, 1905

MRS. PATRICK FISHER OBIT.
Ellen Sweeney FISHER(deceased)
Mr. & Mrs. Miles Sweeney-Ireland
Mary Fisher-Nanticoke
Margaret Fisher-Nanticoke
High Fisher-Nanticoke
James Fisher-Nanticoke
Patrick Fisher, Jr.-Nanticoke
Neil M. Sweeney-Plymouth
John Sweeney-Ireland

MRS. JOHN DANIEL WILLIAMS OBIT. (there is no first name listed for her, but it says she was born in South Wales)
John Williams-Nanticoke(1st husband deceased) does not list name of 2nd husband, but he survives (possibly Daniel???)

WILLIAM RUDDICK OBIT.
Mr. & Mrs. John Ruddick(parents)-Nanticoke

CHARLETON-DAVIS MARRIAGE
Bronwyn Davis-Nanticoke
John Charleton-Alden
Anna Davis
William Charleton
Rev. & Mrs. Roderick Davis-Glen Lyon
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Charleton-Alden

The Wilkes-Barre Record, October 29, 1902

GRAND JURY FINDINGS
True Bills
James Sweeney
Geoerge L. Burnett
John Hayes
Michael Dougherty
William Hayes
Daniel York aka F. Boyd and Herman Haitkn(sp?)
Thomas Huett
M. Dickson
M. Refeakl(sp?)
Peter Hatchett
Antonio Piacente
Charles Ziegler
Jacob Pertack
William Roberts
Fred Newcombe

Ignored Bills
Michael Gillen
John T. Katch
Lena Hoffman
Alice Griczka
Dorothea Jones
Borie Walsh
Joseph Rykeswicz
Andrew Veska
Henry Hirner
Eli Thorn
Barney O'Boyle
George Sinopoli
James P. Costello
Joseph Verner

F.D. MCCARTHY OBIT.

F.D. McCarthy-Nanticoke
Mary McCarthy-Nanticoke
Anna McCarthy Fisher-Nanticoke
James McCarthy-Nanticoke
Mrs. B. Cushion - Naugatuck, CT
Mrs. P. Quirk - Lowell, Iowa

SALE OF BLOODED STOCK
Cmaeron L. Cool-West Pittston
Elwood Smith-Nanticoke

MRS. MICHAEL MCDERMOTT OBIT.

Mrs. Michael McDermott-Edwardsville
Michael McDermott

DENTISTS IN SESSION
Dr. Thomas
Dr. Steiner
Dr. Totten
Dr. Young
Dr. Walter Fordham-Scranton
Dr. Donnegan-Scranton
Dr. Knox-Scranton
Dr. Tilton-Scranton
Dr. Marcy-Scranton
Dr. Myers-Plymouth
Dr. C.B. Heck-Nanticoke
Dr. H.M. Heck-Nanticoke
Dr. Young-Nanticoke
Dr. Gearhart-Nanticoke
Dr. Totten-Nanticoke
Dr. Meixell(sp?)-Nanticoke
Dr. Williams-Nanticoke
Dr. Thomas-Nanticoke
Dr. Crary-Nanticoke
Dr. Smith-Nanticoke
Dr. Hollister-Nanticoke

DANIEL BYRM OBIT.
Daniel Byrm-Alden(formerly)
James Byrm Sr.-Philadelphia
James Byrm Jr-Alden

MISSIONARY SOCIETY OFFICERS
Mrs. William H. Frey
Mrs. George Hoats
Miss Anna Crater
Miss Katie Mandeville

FUNERAL OF LEWIS BAKER
Lewis Baker
C.S. Fargo
Capt. Simpson
Jacob Fedder
William Leisenring
Hon. T.D. Garman(oaman?)

BRIEF ITEMS

Mrs. L. Butler-Berwick
Dr. and Mrs. S.W. Sutliff
Atty. T.D. Shea
Leroy Jayne
Mrs. & Mrs. William Jayne
Mrs. Michael Gough
Miss Margaret Lynch

PLAINS

Mrs. Arthur Caswell
Mrs. Blanchard-Wilkes-Barre
Mrs. Thomas E. Lewis
Mrs. John Scanlon
Vincent Kroskey
Philip Reilly
Joseph Jefferson
Mrs. Farman(?)
Mrs. John Scott

The Wilkes-Barre Record June 13, 1921

TUNKHANNOCK

Atty. O.S. Kinner
Prof. P.L. Vosburg-Clark's Summit
Judge John M. Garman-Wilkes-Barre
G.F. Townsend
Mrs. Catherine Stebbins
Stanley Stebbins
FORTY FORT

Mrs. R.H. Bomboy
Robert Hunter Bomboy
Charles Curry-Plains & Hudson(deceased)
Mrs. Eugene Higley-Binghampton
Mrs. Charles Strickland-Brooklyn
Mrs. Charles T. Bick-Bethlehem
Peter J.Bomboy-Kingston
Amanda Bomboy
George Bomboy
Leonard Bomboy
Robert Bomboy
Gordon Bomboy
Helen Bomboy

MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETING

Mrs. Race
Mrs. Potter
Mrs. Charles Crosby
Mrs. Keast

SEEN AND HEARD

Mrs. Ruth Barber
Mrs. Blanchard-Plainsville
Miss Evelyn Struthers
Mr. & Mrs. James Space-Endicott, NY
Ralph Hughes
John Kohler
Miss Eunice Berry

PLAINS

MUSICAL FAIR PLAY
Elizabeth R. Gupthill
Harry C. Eldridge
Marjorie Harris
Catherine Dillon
Edward Knapp
Eugene Corcoran
Jean McGuire
Margaret Kelly
Betty Ash
Nellie Burke
Catherine Rish
Elizabeth Williams
Miriam Hubbard
Claire Walsh
Josephine Kozloski
Katherine Blazejewski
Theresa Merrick
Sarah Dolbear
Miriam Lavelle
Helen Crawford
Katherine Murphy
William Brookus
Frank Eustice
Elizabeth Sodon
Freda Fuerman
Thomas Duffy
Joseph Dixon
Josephine Edgerton
Philip Keil
Madeline Williams
Ann Williams
Helen Conlon
Ruth Moore
Mildred Fallon
Rosalie Moran
Cora Dolbear
Jean Rowlands
Jennie Gray

The Wilkes-Barre Record June 14, 1921

PLAINS

Improvement Certificates
James Shipula
Helen McCole
John Snarski
Mildred Davies
Alice Hague
Robert Howey
Eva Kozluski
Margaret James
Thomas Maguire
Anthony Spos(sp?)
Catherine Katulka
Antoinette Augustyn
Mabel Hope
Stanley Wincek
Donald Robinson
Mary McGrady
Margaret McCluskie
Thomas Gibbons
Frances Sweeda
Rose Belch

School Picnic

John R. Gibbons
W. R. Dixon
M.J. Davitt
A.H. Maguire
Joseph Padden
Joseph Brannigan
J.J. Walsh
Thomas Devlin
Harold McGroarty
Joseph Kelly
M.V. Hughes
Frank A. Duffy
F.J. Egan
Robert Maguire
Thomas A. Brannan
David T. Rowlands
Margaret Conlon
Sara Gildea
Anna Malloy
Elizabeth Powell
Edward Caffrey
H.T. Butts
P.J. Corcoran
Margaret Lenahan

Notes and Personals

Miss Mary Powell
Miss Gertrude Powell
John Conlon, Jr.
William Bevan
Mrs. & Mrs. T. Marshall Scutt
G.F. Farrell
Mose Mittleman

WYOMING

Keller-Hadsall Marriage
Miss Ethel L. Hadsall-Lehman
Milton E. Keller-Trucksville
Rev. Josiah Brundle

St. Cecilla's Graduates

Rev. J.D. Jordan
James Joseph Waters
John Lawrence Manganiello
Anna Grace Kelley
(there are six more names but I am unable to read them)

DORRANCETON

Mrs. Charles Birkenhead is ill at her home 562 Mercer avenue.


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