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2005 Guest Comments
Angelique (Haupt) Firkins
I was just surfing the web looking at antiques found the web site and thought that I would. Say hello to anyone that may remember,a little girl that done tours at the museum,was a junior historian, spun wool at mountain craft days.Rode Mr Deckers draft horses during the hay rides. Most of all I want you all to know that My grandfather and grandmother would be proud. Have a wonderful new year.
Obit of Charles T. "Junior" CRAMER, Jr.- H-S newspaper- Sunday, 1/09/2005 Charles T. Cramer Jr. 01/09/2005 Charles T. "Junior" Cramer Jr., age 77, of Smithfield, Pa., died Friday, January 7, 2005, in Uniontown Hospital, Uniontown, Pa. He was born August 3, 1927, son of Charles T. "Smokey" Cramer Sr. and Mabel Whalen Cramer. He had been employed for many years as a truck driver for Crimbly Trucking and also Marsolino Construction until his retirement. Charles was predeceased by two sons, Thomas and William Cramer, great granddaughter, Alyssia Morgan, grandson, Charles "Charlie" Morgan, and his parents. Surviving are his wife of 50 years, Shirley A. Harmon Cramer; seven children: Cindy Whoolery and husband Chuck, Uniontown, Pa., Ronald Cramer, Smithfield, Pa., Nancy Morgan and husband Timothy "Al" Morgan, Markleysburg, Pa., Linda Morgan, Fairchance, Pa., Tom Cramer and companion Marla, Hagerstown, Maryland, Tracy Boyer, West Virginia, and Louann Snyder, Fairchance, Pa.; 20 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. Also surviving are brothers and sisters: Richard Cramer, Uniontown, Pa., Gerald Cramer and wife Norma, Cleveland, Ohio, Glenn Cramer and wife Rose, South Bend, Indiana, Naomi Eberhart and husband Vernon, Fairchance, Pa., Devonna Porto and husband Walter, Uniontown, Pa., Thelma Minor and husband Blaine, Crystal Rivers, Florida, Roberta Cooper and husband Jerry, Dilliner, Pa., and Martha Sharp and husband David, Uniontown, Pa.; and several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends in the DEAN C. WHITMARSH FUNERAL HOME, 134 West Church Street, Fairchance, Pa., on Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and on Tuesday, January 11, until 10 a.m., the hour of Service with the Rev. Roland O'Brien officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Memorial Park, Brownfield, Pa.
Interested in my family geneology-Shaffer,Coughenour,Devore,Baker,Leasure,Yutzy,Hibshaw?. A great big "THANK YOU" to all who have contributed so much time and effort to this fantastic web site. Many of my ancestors are "here"!
i am still looking to find the person that has the husband bible bible i have seen the bible at somerset in 1976. i would like to get in touch with person that has the bible please me at my e-mail. i am also looking the hout family of mt plesant pa they are buried at tarrs cematary in tarrs pa thank you larry husband
Need birth information for my mother. Mary Molosky was born 06 - 29 - 1908. Father was Joseph Molosky Mother was Anna Molosky nee' Berbannock Family was Roman Catholic and mom may have been baptized at "Church of St. James" in South Fork. Also need Baptismal Certificate. Family buried in "St Phillip and James Catholic Cemetary" in Myersdale, PA. Family arrived in area from Poland about 1898. Any information appreciated.
Jean Ann Shields
I am looking for information about the 11 children of Samuel K. Hochstetler/Hostetler. He resided in Greenville Twp., Somerset County. His children were born between 1881 and 1896. The children were John, William, Franklin, Elmer, Milton, Katie Grace, Fannie Belle, Mollie, Ida, Annie, Minnie.
Faye Ryhter Riddle
I am just surfing looking for zimmermans,swartz, fierrells and freys i have relatives in somerset county. johnstown randolph and jennertown my grand mother was emma elmira zimmerman and my grandfather was arthur john phienis swartz
Louise Green Schuster
My greatgrmother, Elizabeth Meyers Yardley, was first married to William YARDLEY.
He is listed in the 1840 Census, Addison Township. I will be seeking more information
about him and his family. In the 1850 Census of Ohio County, VA/WV, Elizabeth
Meyers YARDLEY had four children by the name of Yardley; Rebecca Yardley age
10, Benjamin Franklin Yardley age 8; John age 5; and Barbara age 3. She is married
to Augustus Green(Gruen) who was born in Germany, May 24, 1824 and came to the
US about 1847. What happened to William Yardley? Were all four children born
in Addison Township? The 1840 Census mentions Willian YARDLEY as between 20
and 30 years of age, one child under age 5 and one female between 20 and 30
years of age. I would appreciate if I could get more information about them
while they were in Addison Township. Thank you.
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