Descendants of Samuel Garwood

 

Generation No. 1

1. SAMUEL4 GARWOOD (JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1707 in Burlington Co. N.J., and died 20 Aug 1778 in Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. N.J.. He married REBECCA CROSBY 05 Jul 1728 in Evesham Twp. Burlington N.J., daughter of JOHN CROSBY and MARY SHINN. She was born Abt. 1705 in Burlington Co. N.J., and died Aft. 1777 in Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. N.J..

Children of SAMUEL GARWOOD and REBECCA CROSBY are:

2. i. OBEDIAH5 GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1729, Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. N.J.; d. Jul 1798, Luzerne Twp. Fayette Co. Pa..

ii. SARAH GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1730, Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. NJ.; d. Aft. 1778; m. THOMAS BISHOP.

iii. LUERESEY/LUCRETIA GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1732, Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. NJ.; m. JOHN CLAYPOOL, 08 Mar 1763, Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. NJ..

3. iv. HEZEKIAH GARWOOD, b. 04 Mar 1733/34, Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. NJ.; d. 12 Apr 1815, Burlington Co. NJ..

v. TABITHA GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1736, Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. NJ.; m. WALTER REEVES, 19 Feb 1765, Burlington Co. NJ.; d. Abt. May 1768, Burlington Co. NJ.

vi. JARUSE/JARUSHA GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1738, Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. NJ.; m. WILLIAM BROOKS, May 1760.

4. vii. NOAH GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1740, Evesham Burlington Co. NJ.; d. Mar 1800, Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. NJ..

5. viii. MIDION GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1742, Evesham Twp Burlington Co. NJ.; d. Abt. 1838, Washington Co. Pa..

 

Generation No. 2

2. OBEDIAH5 GARWOOD (SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1729 in Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. N.J., and died Jul 1798 in Luzerne Twp. Fayette Co. Pa.. He married MARY KING. She was born Abt. 1736 in N.J., and died Abt. Jan 1823 in Crawford Co. Pa.; 21.

Notes for OBEDIAH GARWOOD:

Will of Obed Garwood, Sr., 1798: Luzerne Twp, Fayette Co

contributed by Henry J Thayer

Obediah Garwood's will was probated in Fayette Co., PA on 3 Jul 1798.

[Will

Book 1-41] The will reads: (punctuation added)

"Know all men by these presents, that I, Obed Garwood Senr., of Luzerne

Township, Fayette County and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; considering the

uncertainties of this mortal life; Do make and publish this my Last will

and Testament in manner and form following: Viz. first that all my just debts

be discharged as soon as may be convenient after my decease out of monies

due me and my personal effects - and that my saw mill with the land adjoining be

disposed of as soon as my executors may think best - secondly I give and

bequeath to my beloved wife 1 case of drawers, her choice of a bed and

bedding and a third part of the rest of my household furniture (except the

clock and rest of the bedding) to be also at her choice, with that of due

law.

- I likewise give and bequeath to my beloved wife an annual Dower of the

sum of fifty dollars to be paid to her yearly and every year by my son Jesse,

or out of the Estate which I leave to him during her natural life.

Thirdly I give and devise to my son Joseph all that tract of land in Greene County

adjoining Widow Blackledge, John Hogdon, Daniel Moredock &c with the

appurtenances to his use, his heirs and assigns forever with his paying my

Daughter Rebecca the sum of seventy Dollars in one year after my decease;

and to my daughter Rachel the like sum of seventy Dollars in two years after

my decease; and to my daughter Elizabeth a like sum of Seventy Dollars in

three years after my decease; and to my daughter Mary a like sum of seventy

Dollars in four years after my decease, making in all 280 Dollars to which

payments to my said daughters, or their heirs, in manner aforesaid, said tract of

land is and shall be liable till payment be made, or the matter compounded with

each and every of my said Daughters, their heirs & as the case may

require.

Fourthly My son Obed, having had his part in the payment for the land sold

to Abraham Miley, to him I give and bequeath only an additional sum of sixty

Dollars to be paid out of the sales of my Saw Mill tract or personal

property; the residue of which sales (after payment of my just debts, the

60 Dollars to my son Obed, and the reservation to my beloved wife to be

observed) I give and bequeath equally to my four daughters Rebecca,

Rachel, Elizabeth and Mary, or their heirs. - Fifthly I give and devise to my

Grandson Benedict Garwood, son of Samuel Garwood, deceased, the following

lot or tract of land. Beginning at a corner lying Black Oak between Armstrong

Porter and myself thence northwest thirty perches to the corner of my

field, thence a north easterly course to a red oak on the line between Charles

Gause and myself, thence one hundred and sixteen perches to a Sigar tree next to

Michael Cox's, thence to a red oak corner and from thence to the place of

beginning, computed to be about One hundred and twelve acres or there

abouts, which tract I give and devise to my said Grandson, his heirs or assigns

forever, provided nevertheless that he is not to enjoy or possess the same

until he arrives to the age of twenty one years, and until he arrives to

that age, the profits arising from the said tract, I give and bequeath to

my four daughters, aforsaid, in equal division, excepting and reserving to my

daughter in law Sarah, widow of my son Samuel Garwood, the sum of thirty

Dollars to be paid to her out of the first rent that shall be

Children of OBEDIAH GARWOOD and MARY KING are:

i. SARAH6 GARWOOD, b. Evesham Twp. Burlington NJ.

ii. RACHEL GARWOOD, b. Evesham Burlington Co. NJ; m. JACOB LINSLEY, May 1781, Merone Twp. Cumberland Co. Pa..

Notes for JACOB LINSLEY:

Not sure that given name is Jacob

iii. TRACY GARWOOD.

6. iv. REBECCA GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1760, Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. N.J.; d. Abt. 1838, Crawford Co. Pa..

7. v. JOSEPH GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1764, Evesham, Twp. Burlington NJ; d. Aft. 1850, Cook Co. Il. (Lake Co.?).

vi. SAMUEL GARWOOD, b. Bef. 1765, Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. NJ; d. Bef. 1798, Fayette Co. Pa.; m. SARAH CRAWFORD, Aft. 1785.

8. vii. JR. OBEDIAH GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1769, Merone Twp. Cumberland Co. Pa.; d. 21 Mar 1853, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa..

9. viii. ELIZABETH GARWOOD, b. Jul 1772, Merone Twp., Cumberland Co. Pa.; d. 11 Apr 1854, Crawford Co. Pa..

10. ix. MARY GARWOOD, b. 16 May 1775, Merone Twp. Cumberland Co. Pa.; d. 05 May 1856, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa..

11. x. JESSE GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1779, Merone Twp. Cumberland Co. Pa.; d. 01 Feb 1854, Redstone, Fayette Co. Pa..

 

3. HEZEKIAH5 GARWOOD (SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 04 Mar 1733/34 in Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. NJ., and died 12 Apr 1815 in Burlington Co. NJ.. He married GAITREE HAMMEL 11 Jan 1765 in Burlington Co. NJ., daughter of JAMES HAMMEL.

Children of HEZEKIAH GARWOOD and GAITREE HAMMEL are:

i. TABITHA6 GARWOOD.

ii. JOHN GARWOOD, b. 09 Oct 1765, Burlington Co. NJ; d. 14 Feb 1815, Chester Twp. Burlington Co. NJ; m. HANNAH IVINS (EVANS?).

iii. JAMES GARWOOD, b. 07 Mar 1767, Burlington Co. NJ; d. Abt. 1823, Willingborough NJ.

More About JAMES GARWOOD:

Burial: Coopertown burial ground

iv. ASA GARWOOD, b. 01 Jan 1770, Burlington Co. NJ; d. Abt. 1805; m. MARY MCCONACLE, 14 Nov 1803, Burlington Co. NJ.

v. ANN GARWOOD, b. 08 Jan 1774, Burlington Co. NJ; m. DAVID WALLACE, 11 Feb 1803, Burlington Co. NJ.

12. vi. REBECCA GARWOOD, b. 02 Jan 1778, Burlington Co. NJ; d. Abt. 1810, Burlington Co. NJ.

vii. ESTHER GARWOOD, b. 09 Jan 1780, Burlington Co. NJ; m. ABRAHAM WELLS, 16 Jan 1800, Burlington Co. NJ.

viii. HEZEKIAH GARWOOD, b. 29 May 1782, Burlington Co., NJ; d. May 1847, Burlington Co. NJ; m. (1) REBECCA COX, 04 Dec 1807, Willingborough, Burlington Co. NJ; b. 20 Apr 1786; d. 1829; m. (2) DEBORAH CHAMPION, 19 May 1833, Burlington Co. NJ; b. 1803; d. Mar 1847.

ix. DEBORAH GARWOOD, b. 01 Apr 1784, Burlington Co. NJ; m. JAMES SMITH, 18 Feb 1808, Burlington Co. NJ.

 

4. NOAH5 GARWOOD (SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1740 in Evesham Burlington Co. NJ., and died Mar 1800 in Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. NJ.. He married MARY INGLE 14 Apr 1763 in Burlington Co. NJ., daughter of JOHN INGLE and HANNAH MIDDLETON.

Children of NOAH GARWOOD and MARY INGLE are:

i. NOAH6 GARWOOD, b. 24 Feb 1765, Burlington Co. NJ; d. 17 Feb 1819, Evesham Twp., Burlington Co. NJ; m. ELIZABETH BALLINGER, 20 Jun 1811; b. 21 Feb 1788.

ii. JOSHUA GARWOOD, b. 03 Oct 1766, Burlington Twp. NJ; m. PATIENCE WILLETS, 15 Apr 1790; b. 03 Mar 1770; d. 19 Dec 1808.

iii. HANNAH GARWOOD, b. 12 Apr 1768, Burlington Co. NJ.

iv. MARY GARWOOD, b. 06 Jan 1771, Burlington Co., NJ; m. (1) BIGELOW; m. (2) ANRAHAM BISHOP.

13. v. ISAAC GARWOOD, b. 05 Oct 1773, Burlington Co. NJ; d. 28 Mar 1868, Sadsbury Twp. Crawford Co. Pa..

vi. ELIZABETH GARWOOD, b. 25 Dec 1775, Burlington Co. NJ; m. THOMAS GLOVER, 15 Nov 1804.

14. vii. JOHN GARWOOD, b. 14 Jan 1778, Burlington Co. NJ.

viii. SAMUEL GARWOOD, b. 27 Apr 1781, Burlington Co. NJ; d. Abt. 1812; m. ANN DEACON.

 

5. MIDION5 GARWOOD (SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1742 in Evesham Twp Burlington Co. NJ., and died Abt. 1838 in Washington Co. Pa.. He married (1) MARY TITUS. He married (2) SARAH ANN TITUS, daughter of PETER TITUS and MARY WILLIAMS. She died 1806 in Oil Creek Crawford Co. Pa.; 32.

Child of MIDION GARWOOD and MARY TITUS is:

i. NOAH6 GARWOOD, b. 1842; d. 13 Sep 1909, Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. JULIA ANN; b. 1844.

Notes for NOAH GARWOOD:

Civil War Veteran Companies B & D 83rd Reg. Pa. Vol.

More About NOAH GARWOOD:

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery

More About JULIA ANN:

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery

Child of MIDION GARWOOD and SARAH TITUS is:

15. ii. JEMIMA6 GARWOOD, b. 15 Apr 1782; d. 16 Apr 1839.

 

Generation No. 3

6. REBECCA6 GARWOOD (OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1760 in Evesham Twp. Burlington Co. N.J., and died Abt. 1838 in Crawford Co. Pa.. She married ISAAC PADEN 09 Mar 1778 in Newbury Twp. York Co. Pa., son of SAMUEL PADEN and LYDIA POTTER. He was born Abt. 1760 in Lancaster, Pa., and died Aug 1809 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa..

Notes for ISAAC PADEN:

The Third Series of Pa. Archives, XXIII, 692, 789, & 5th Series VI, 341, 361

show Isaac Pedan served in the Revolution as a private in Captain John

Buchanan's Company, Fifth Battalion of Cumberland Co. Militia.

Children of REBECCA GARWOOD and ISAAC PADEN are:

i. REBECCA7 PADEN, b. Abt. 1781, Pa.; m. WILLIAM KENNEDY, Aft. 1809.

16. ii. HANNAH PADEN, b. 20 Oct 1782, Tyrone Twp., Cumberland Co. Pa.; d. 10 May 1862, North Shenango Twp. Crawford Co. Pa..

iii. JACOB PADEN, b. Bef. 1784, Tyrone Twp. Cumberland Co. Pa.; m. ANN.

iv. RUTH PADEN, b. Abt. 1787; d. Mercer Co. Ill.; m. WILLIAM HILL, Bef. 1809; b. 1776; d. 1842.

17. v. SUSANNA PADEN, b. 19 Jan 1790, Menallen Twp. Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 25 Mar 1863, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa..

18. vi. RACHEL PADEN, b. 1796, Luzerne Twp Fayette Pa; d. Aft. 1860.

19. vii. ISAAC PADEN, b. Abt. 1805; d. 24 Sep 1895, Galesburg, Il..

 

7. JOSEPH6 GARWOOD (OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1764 in Evesham, Twp. Burlington NJ, and died Aft. 1850 in Cook Co. Il. (Lake Co.?). He married HANNAH FENTON. She was born in Va..

Children of JOSEPH GARWOOD and HANNAH FENTON are:

20. i. JESSE7 GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1792, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 25 May 1869, Fulton Co. Oh..

ii. SAMUEL GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1796, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 02 Jul 1849, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. (1) MARY GARWOOD; b. 31 Mar 1802, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 12 May 1876, Luzerne Twp. Fayette Co. Pa.; 33; m. (2) JANE CROCKETT; b. 15 Oct 1801; d. 01 May 1871; m. (3) NANCY.

More About JANE CROCKETT:

Burial: Frey Cem. Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.

iii. STEPHEN GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1800, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. ELLA GARWOOD.

21. iv. JOSEPH GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1805, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. Abt. 1887, Crawford Co. Pa..

v. DENNY GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1807, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. NANCY GILLILAND; b. 1813.

 

8. JR. OBEDIAH6 GARWOOD (OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1769 in Merone Twp. Cumberland Co. Pa., and died 21 Mar 1853 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.. He married MARY PERKINS. She was born 1770, and died in Crawford Co. Pa.; 34.

Notes for JR. OBEDIAH GARWOOD:

Veteran of Rev. War according to his tombstone

More About JR. OBEDIAH GARWOOD:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp Crawford Co.; Quality: 34

More About MARY PERKINS:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co.; Quality: 34

Children of OBEDIAH GARWOOD and MARY PERKINS are:

i. NANCY7 GARWOOD.

ii. SALLY GARWOOD.

iii. THOMPSON GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1793, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 09 Jun 1853, Crawford Co. Pa..

Notes for THOMPSON GARWOOD:

Veteran of War of 1812

More About THOMPSON GARWOOD:

Burial: Frey Cemetery

iv. SUSAN GARWOOD, b. 14 Feb 1801, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 09 Sep 1883, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. HIRAM KENT.

v. ELIZABETH GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1802, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 09 Sep 1838, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa..

More About ELIZABETH GARWOOD:

Burial: Frey Cem Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; Quality: 34

vi. REBECCA GARWOOD, b. 25 Jul 1805, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 10 Jul 1878, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. GEORGE IRONS.

More About REBECCA GARWOOD:

Burial: Frey Cem. Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.

vii. SARAH GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1807, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 02 Jan 1836.

More About SARAH GARWOOD:

Burial: Frey Cem. Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.

viii. POLLY GARWOOD, b. 25 Aug 1811, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 27 Apr 1883, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.5; m. WILLIAM THOMPSON.

22. ix. LEVI GARWOOD, b. 22 Feb 1814, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 18 Mar 1881, Conneaut Twp. Cdawford Co. Pa..

x. DINAH GARWOOD, b. 02 Oct 1815; m. ALVA MILLER, 15 Feb 1855, Crawford Co. Pa.; b. Abt. 1831, NY..

23. xi. OBED GARWOOD, b. 01 Dec 1819, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 13 Jun 1882, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa..

 

9. ELIZABETH6 GARWOOD (OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Jul 1772 in Merone Twp., Cumberland Co. Pa., and died 11 Apr 1854 in Crawford Co. Pa.. She married JOHN MASON Jun 1794 in Fayette Co. Pa.. He was born 1771, and died 01 Nov 1837 in Crawford Co. Pa..

More About ELIZABETH GARWOOD:

Burial: Adsit Cemetery, Sadsbury Twp. Crawford

More About JOHN MASON:

Burial: Adsit Cemetery, Sadsbury Twp. Crawford

Children of ELIZABETH GARWOOD and JOHN MASON are:

i. PRISCILLA7 MASON, b. 17 Mar 1795, Fayette Co. Pa..

ii. DRUCILLA MASON, b. 17 Mar 1795, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 18 May 1859, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. JOHN MCINTIRE.

iii. MARY MASON, b. 04 Apr 1797, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 01 Oct 1815, Crawford Co. Pa..

iv. ENOS MASON, b. 22 Jan 1799, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 11 Feb 1815, Crawford Co. Pa..

v. SARAH MASON, b. 11 Feb 1802; d. 17 Aug 1850; m. THOMAS MCMICHAEL.

vi. RACHEL MASON, b. 06 Sep 1804, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 27 Dec 1808, Crawford Co. Pa..

vii. LYDIA MASON, b. 11 Feb 1806, Crawford Co. Pa..

viii. JOHN MASON, b. 04 May 1810, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 07 Jan 1861.

ix. OBED G. MASON, b. 14 Jun 1811, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 08 Sep 1853.

x. ELIZABETH MASON, b. 09 Apr 1814, Crawford Co. Pa..

 

10. MARY6 GARWOOD (OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 16 May 1775 in Merone Twp. Cumberland Co. Pa., and died 05 May 1856 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.. She married SAMUEL BROOKS May 1795 in Fayette Co. Pa.. He was born 27 Jul 1768 in Burlington Co. NJ, and died 12 Mar 1857 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa..

Children of MARY GARWOOD and SAMUEL BROOKS are:

i. ASA7 BROOKS, b. 08 Jan 1796, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 05 Oct 1865, Terra Haute In.; m. ANNA MAY BURWELL.

ii. JOEL BROOKS, b. 09 Oct 1797, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. Abt. 1813, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa..

iii. RACHEL BROOKS, b. 29 Sep 1799, Fayette Co. Pa.; m. ELIJAH BROWN.

iv. LEAH BROOKS, b. 21 Dec 1801, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. Abt. 1823, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa..

v. JESSE P. BROOKS, b. 20 Jan 1804, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 16 Jan 1862, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. SARAH SIDALL, 14 Feb 1831, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; b. 1805; d. 1892.

vi. ISAAC BROOKS, b. 19 Dec 1806, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 10 Mar 1862, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. ALDULA BROWN.

vii. SAMUEL BROOKS, b. 06 May 1809, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 05 Aug 1882, Linesville, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. EUNICE WHALEY.

viii. JOHN BROOKS, b. 08 Jan 1812, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 31 Oct 1878, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. CHARLOTTE BROWN.

ix. JOSEPH BROOKS, b. 14 Mar 1814, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 10 Dec 1892, Kanas City KS; m. MARINDA AKERS.

x. AARON BROOKS, b. 20 Apr 1816, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 05 Mar 1879, IN; m. SUSAN J. BISHOP.

xi. ELI BROOKS, b. 14 Feb 1822, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 14 Feb 1901, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. RACHEL WHALEY.

 

11. JESSE6 GARWOOD (OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1779 in Merone Twp. Cumberland Co. Pa., and died 01 Feb 1854 in Redstone, Fayette Co. Pa.. He married LYDIA ROBERTS 05 Nov 1800 in Redstone Twp. Fayette Co. Pa., daughter of GRIFFITH ROBERTS and RACHEL JEFFERIES. She was born Abt. 1782 in Pa., and died 05 Oct 1853 in Redstone Twp. Fayette Co. Pa..

Children of JESSE GARWOOD and LYDIA ROBERTS are:

i. MARY7 GARWOOD, b. 31 Mar 1802, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 12 May 1876, Luzerne Twp. Fayette Co. Pa.; 36; m. (1) SAMUEL GARWOOD; b. Abt. 1796, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 02 Jul 1849, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. (2) BENJAMIN VERNON, Aug 1820, Fayette Co. Pa.; b. 14 May 1797, Luzerne Twp. Fayette Co. Pa.; 36; d. 18 Jul 1873, Luzerne Twp. Fayette Co. Pa.; 36.

24. ii. GRIFFITH GARWOOD, b. 25 Apr 1804, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 24 May 1898, Valentia, Shanee Ks..

iii. RACHEL GARWOOD, b. 22 Dec 1806, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 05 May 1876, Salem Oh.; 36; m. JOHN WARRINGTON; b. 01 Jan 1814, Columbiana Co. Oh.; d. 21 Dec 1894, Indianapolis, Ind..

More About RACHEL GARWOOD:

Burial: Salem Oh.

More About JOHN WARRINGTON:

Burial: Salem Oh.

iv. OBED GARWOOD, b. 02 May 1808, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 28 Dec 1834, 36; m. MARY FISHER, 26 Feb 1834, Fayette Co. Pa..

v. ELIZABETH GARWOOD, b. 09 Apr 1811, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. Sep 1840; m. ABNER FAWCITT, 04 Oct 1838, Fayette Co. Pa..

vi. LYDIA GARWOOD, b. 04 Apr 1813, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 24 Jan 1843, Damascus, Columbiana Co. Oh.; 36; m. ISRAEL NEGUS, 31 Mar 1836, Fayette Co. Pa.; b. 12 Sep 1812, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 15 Jun 1891, Springdale Ia.; 36.

vii. REBECCA GARWOOD, b. 11 Mar 1815, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 16 Jul 1885; m. JOSEPH H. MILLER, 07 Jan 1857, Fayette Co. Pa..

viii. JESSE GARWOOD, b. 11 Mar 1816, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 29 Apr 1889, Coal Creek, Keokuk Co. Ia.; m. MYRA CATTELL, 06 Oct 1841, Fayette Co. Pa.; b. 22 Jan 1816; d. 07 Jan 1887, Coal Creek, Keokuk Co. Ia..

ix. ROBERTS GARWOOD, b. 10 Mar 1819, Fayette Co. Pa..

25. x. ABRAHAM GARWOOD, b. 10 Mar 1819, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. Abt. 1895.

xi. DAVID GARWOOD, b. 25 Aug 1820, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 02 Feb 1821, Fayette Co. Pa..

 

12. REBECCA6 GARWOOD (HEZEKIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 02 Jan 1778 in Burlington Co. NJ, and died Abt. 1810 in Burlington Co. NJ. She married (1) ISAAC GARWOOD, son of NOAH GARWOOD and MARY INGLE. He was born 05 Oct 1773 in Burlington Co. NJ, and died 28 Mar 1868 in Sadsbury Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.. She married (2) JOSEPH WELLS 16 Oct 1800 in Burlington Co. NJ.

Child of REBECCA GARWOOD and ISAAC GARWOOD is:

i. ELLA7 GARWOOD, m. STEPHEN GARWOOD; b. Abt. 1800, Crawford Co. Pa..

 

13. ISAAC6 GARWOOD (NOAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 05 Oct 1773 in Burlington Co. NJ, and died 28 Mar 1868 in Sadsbury Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.. He married REBECCA GARWOOD, daughter of HEZEKIAH GARWOOD and GAITREE HAMMEL. She was born 02 Jan 1778 in Burlington Co. NJ, and died Abt. 1810 in Burlington Co. NJ.

Child is listed above under (12) Rebecca Garwood.

14. JOHN6 GARWOOD (NOAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 14 Jan 1778 in Burlington Co. NJ. He married MARY SCOTT, daughter of BARZILLA SCOTT and MARY. She was born 19 Mar 1780.

Children of JOHN GARWOOD and MARY SCOTT are:

i. BRAZILLAI7 GARWOOD, b. 19 Mar 1808, Mt. Holly, Burlington Co. N.J..

ii. JOB GARWOOD, b. 08 Jun 1810, Mt. Holly, Burlington Co. N.J..

iii. JOHN S. GARWOOD, b. 09 Feb 1812, Mt. Holly, Burlington Co. N.J..

iv. HANNAH GARWOOD, b. 20 May 1815, Evesham, Burlington Co. N.J..

v. SAMUEL GARWOOD, b. 29 Sep 1817, Evesham, Burlington Co. N.J..

 

15. JEMIMA6 GARWOOD (MIDION5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 15 Apr 1782, and died 16 Apr 1839. She married LOT LEWIS 27 Mar 1804 in Crawford Co. Pa.7. He was born 19 Apr 1777 in Burlington N.J., and died 31 May 1868 in Edinboro, Erie Co. Pa..

Children of JEMIMA GARWOOD and LOT LEWIS are:

i. HENRY7 LEWIS, b. 02 Mar 1805, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 21 Apr 1888, Witchita Ks.; m. (1) MARGARET MCCULLOUGH, 07 Mar 1833, Meadville, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. (2) EMELINE JOHNSON, 11 Mar 1847.

ii. JESSE LEWIS, b. 15 Mar 1806, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 25 Oct 1895, Edinboro Erie Co. NY.; m. SARAH CAMPBELL, 17 May 1830, Erie Co. Pa.; b. 28 Jan 1807, Pa.; d. 25 Oct 1894, Edinboro, Erie Co. Pa..

iii. EDWARD LEWIS, b. 10 Oct 1808, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 29 Jul 1891, New Castle, Pa.; m. MARGARET JANE HERD, 17 Jun 1830; b. 15 May 1811; d. 16 May 1882, New Castle, Pa..

iv. JOHN LEWIS, b. 11 Nov 1810, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 17 Nov 1883, Buffalo NY.; m. (1) ESTER ANN KNAPP, 06 May 1830, Rochester, NY.; d. 08 Dec 1833, Rochester, NY.; m. (2) MARY JOSSELYN, 10 Dec 1835; b. 08 May 1817, Highgate Vt.; d. 19 Oct 1892, Buffalo NY..

v. SARAH LEWIS, b. 06 Aug 1813, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 07 Sep 1845, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. NICHOLAS VROOMAN, 12 Nov 1833, Meadville, Crawford Co. Pa.; b. 16 Nov 1810, NY.; d. 02 Dec 1889, Albany, Or..

26. vi. NANCY LEWIS, b. 02 Sep 1815, Conneaut Lake, Erie Co. Pa.; d. 30 Mar 1884, Erie Co. Pa..

vii. WILLIAM LEWIS, b. 08 Oct 1817, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 03 May 1823, Crawford Co. Pa..

viii. JAMES LEWIS, b. 05 Jun 1820, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 07 Jun 1901, Burlington Vt.; m. ABIGAIL BURGESS MASON, 08 Mar 1846, Burlington Vt..

ix. MARIA LEWIS, b. 02 Jun 1822, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 22 Aug 1822, Crawford Co. Pa..

x. WILLIAM ALEXANDER LEWIS, b. 30 Jun 1825, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 06 Jul 1890, Edinboro Crawford Co. Pa.; m. (1) ARABELLA (THOMAS) SHERWOOD; b. 1835; d. 1916, Edinboro, Erie Co. Pa.; m. (2) JULIANA WALKER, 28 Aug 1848, Pa.; b. 08 Oct 1828; d. 11 Apr 1880, Edinboro, Erie Co. Pa..

 

Generation No. 4

16. HANNAH7 PADEN (REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 20 Oct 1782 in Tyrone Twp., Cumberland Co. Pa., and died 10 May 1862 in North Shenango Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.. She married SAMUEL BURWELL Abt. 1798. He was born 1777 in Rockaway, Morris Co. NJ, and died 30 Jul 1822 in North Shenango Twp. Crawford Co. Pa..

Children of HANNAH PADEN and SAMUEL BURWELL are:

i. ANNA MAY8 BURWELL, m. ASA BROOKS; b. 08 Jan 1796, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 05 Oct 1865, Terra Haute In..

ii. HANNAH BURWELL, m. FONNER.

iii. REBECCA BURWELL, b. Abt. 1800; d. 29 Sep 1866; m. ANGELOW.

iv. ISAAC BURWELL, b. 24 Feb 1804, Linesville, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 08 Feb 1883; m. ANN BENNETT.

v. SAMUEL BURWELL, b. 02 Mar 1806, Linesville, Crawford Co. Pa..

vi. FINLEY BURWELL, b. 19 Aug 1808, Linesville, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 01 Jun 1899, Linesville, Crawford Co. Pa..

vii. RACHEL BURWELL, b. 13 May 1810, Linesville, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. WISER.

viii. MARY BURWELL, b. 17 Oct 1812, Crawford Co. Pa..

ix. MARY BURWELL, b. 25 Jul 1813, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 12 Dec 1860, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. MOSES ALLEN.

x. NIMROD BURWELL, b. 13 Oct 1814, Crawford Co. Pa..

xi. RHODA BURWELL, b. 24 May 1819, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 20 Aug 1873; m. ANGELOW.

xii. BENJAMIN BURWELL, b. 01 Oct 1820, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 15 Dec 1882, Lafayette In.; m. HANNAH WILLIAMSON, 22 May 1845, Crawford Co. Pa.; b. 1823; d. 1892.

 

17. SUSANNA7 PADEN (REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 19 Jan 1790 in Menallen Twp. Fayette Co. Pa., and died 25 Mar 1863 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.. She married SAMUEL GILLILAND. He was born 09 Jan 1787, and died 14 Dec 1849.

More About SUSANNA PADEN:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co.

More About SAMUEL GILLILAND:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co.

Children of SUSANNA PADEN and SAMUEL GILLILAND are:

i. REBECCA8 GILLILAND, b. 12 Feb 1810, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 28 Nov 1848, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. JACOB FREY; b. 1806; d. 1893.

27. ii. SIMSON GILLILAND, b. 02 Jan 1811, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 19 Jan 1887, Crawford Co. Pa..

iii. NANCY GILLILAND, b. 1813; m. DENNY GARWOOD; b. Abt. 1807, Crawford Co. Pa..

iv. HUGH GILLILAND, b. 22 Jan 1815, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. NANCY J. KING; b. 28 Oct 1841, Van Wert Co. Oh..

28. v. URIAH GILLILAND, b. 28 Nov 1817, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 15 Feb 1903.

vi. POLLY GILLILAND, b. 04 Feb 1819, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 31 May 1900, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. SIMON FREY; b. 1813; d. 1894.

vii. SALLY GILLILAND, b. 18 Jan 1820, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. JOHN C. VAN WRINKLE; b. 1820; d. 1859.

viii. SAMUEL GILLILAND, b. 18 Jan 1820, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 06 Mar 1864, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. NANCY W. PAGE, Sep 1847; b. 16 Sep 1821; d. 16 Jun 1909.

More About NANCY W. PAGE:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co.

ix. SUSANNAH A. GILLILAND, b. 22 Feb 1823, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 31 May 1888, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. SILAS B. THOMPSON; b. 1818; d. 1877.

x. JOHN GILLILAND, b. 01 Apr 1827, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 23 Sep 1885, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. MARIE GARWOOD; b. 1830; d. 1901.

 

18. RACHEL7 PADEN (REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 1796 in Luzerne Twp Fayette Pa, and died Aft. 18608. She married SILAS SR. HARVEY Aft. 1813 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.. He was born 1795 in Ma.9, and died 09 Apr 1862 in Crawford Co. Pa.10.

Notes for RACHEL PADEN:

In 1860 Rachel was living with daughter Aurilla and Son in Law Alson Nicholes. Next door was Maria Fry. Josephine Fry is living in the household of Alson and Aurilla Nicholes.

More About RACHEL PADEN:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co.; Quality: 311

Notes for SILAS SR. HARVEY:

Silas was inducted into the NY. State Militia in Oct. 1813 during the War of 1812. Served in Lt. Almont Ford's Plt., Capt. Calvin Fillmore's Co., Col Warren's Reg.

Silas received two land warrants for his service #96 884 for 40 acres and #88 758 for 120 acres.

16 Jan 1839 bought 50 acres of lot #19 from John Kinsman for $200.

19 Feb 1849 sold land for Dart Richmond cemetery on Pymatuming Lake Rd. for $5

16 Apr 1853 Rachel sells her dower rights in the 50 acres of lot #19 for $50

to her lawyer Peter Betch, after her divorce from Silas.

11 Nov 1856 Silas sells 50 acres of lot #19 to Peter Betch for $800.

02 Nov 1858 Silas applies for reimbursement from the State of New York for loss or depriciation of clothing, and equipment relating to his participation in the War of 1812, in the amount of, $40.50.

Children of RACHEL PADEN and SILAS HARVEY are:

i. SON8, b. Bet. 1815 - 1820, Crawford Co. Pa..

29. ii. SILAS JR. HARVEY, b. 12 Dec 1818, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 26 Jan 1906, Triumph Twp, Warren Co., Pa..

iii. DAUGHTER, b. Bet. 1820 - 1830, Crawford Co. Pa..

30. iv. RACHEL HARVEY, b. Jun 1822, Conneaut Twp.Crawford Co Pa.; d. 06 Feb 1905, Linesville, Crawford Co. Conneaut Twp.Pa.

31. v. NATHAN HARVEY, b. Sep 1826, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 17 Jun 1904, Chiawassee, Mi..

32. vi. MARIA/MARTHA HARVEY, b. Mar 1828, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. Aft. 1910.

33. vii. ISAAC PADEN HARVEY, b. 16 Mar 1834, Ashtabula Co. Ohio; d. 02 Mar 1906, Rockford, Mn..

34. viii. AURILLA HARVEY, b. Abt. 1835, Ohio.

35. ix. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HARVEY, b. 10 Sep 1837, Richmond Twp., Astabula Co., Oh.; d. 22 Mar 1921, Conneaut twp Crawford Co., Pa.

 

19. ISAAC7 PADEN (REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1805, and died 24 Sep 1895 in Galesburg, Il.. He married CELIA FISH 17 Mar 1825 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa., daughter of JOSEPH FISH and DEBORAH DEAN. She died 1894 in Il..

Children of ISAAC PADEN and CELIA FISH are:

i. SON8, b. 29 Jul 1841; d. 29 Jul 1841.

ii. DAUGHTER.

iii. DAUGHTER.

36. iv. DAVID JOSEPH PADEN, b. 03 Dec 1825, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 05 Mar 1905, Pratt Co. Ks..

 

20. JESSE7 GARWOOD (JOSEPH6, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1792 in Fayette Co. Pa., and died 25 May 1869 in Fulton Co. Oh.. He married SIDNEY GREGG 21 Apr 1814. She was born 17 Jun 1787 in Fayette Co. Pa., and died 1839 in Hardin Co. Oh..

Child of JESSE GARWOOD and SIDNEY GREGG is:

37. i. BANI (BENI)8 GARWOOD, b. 11 Apr 1815, Fayette Co. Pa.; d. 06 Aug 1880, Ada Hardin Co. Oh..

 

21. JOSEPH7 GARWOOD (JOSEPH6, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1805 in Crawford Co. Pa., and died Abt. 1887 in Crawford Co. Pa.. He married (1) ESTHER CROCKETT. She was born 27 Mar 181312, and died 17 Oct 188612. He married (2) ELEANOR LEA 21 Jan 1835.

Notes for ELEANOR LEA:

Widow and daughter Martha living in the vicinity of East Bethlehem,

Washington Co. Pa. in 1896

Children of JOSEPH GARWOOD and ESTHER CROCKETT are:

i. HANNAH (SUTLIFF)8 GARWOOD.

ii. JANE (SHELDON) GARWOOD.

iii. MARIA (WARREN) GARWOOD.

iv. ESTHER (WILLIAMS) GARWOOD.

38. v. Q. V. (SLOAN) GARWOOD.

Children of JOSEPH GARWOOD and ELEANOR LEA are:

vi. MARY8 GARWOOD.

vii. LYDIA GARWOOD.

viii. SARAH JANE GARWOOD.

ix. MARTHA GARWOOD.

x. ELEANOR GARWOOD.

 

22. LEVI7 GARWOOD (OBEDIAH6, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 22 Feb 1814 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa., and died 18 Mar 1881 in Conneaut Twp. Cdawford Co. Pa.13. He married MARGARET DAVIS. She was born 12 Jun 1816, and died 18 Jan 1900.

More About LEVI GARWOOD:

Burial: Frey Cem. Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.

More About MARGARET DAVIS:

Burial: Frey Cem. Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.

Child of LEVI GARWOOD and MARGARET DAVIS is:

i. LEVI T.8 GARWOOD, b. 23 Nov 1850; d. 15 Jul 1854.

More About LEVI T. GARWOOD:

Burial: Frey Cem. Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.

 

23. OBED7 GARWOOD (OBEDIAH6, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 01 Dec 1819 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa., and died 13 Jun 1882 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.13. He married MARGARET GILLILAND, daughter of HUGH GILLILAND. She was born 15 Jun 1822, and died 29 Oct 1886.

More About OBED GARWOOD:

Burial: Frey Cem. Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.

Children of OBED GARWOOD and MARGARET GILLILAND are:

i. MARY JANE8 GARWOOD, b. Abt. 184114.

ii. ELIZA GARWOOD, b. Abt. 184314.

iii. ADELIA GARWOOD, b. Abt. 184414.

iv. ORRIE E. GARWOOD, b. 25 Jan 1844; d. 02 Jun 1844.

More About ORRIE E. GARWOOD:

Burial: Frey Cem. Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.

39. v. SARAH GARWOOD, b. Abt. 1847, Pa..

vi. NANCY E. GARWOOD, b. Abt. 184914.

vii. GARDNER GARWOOD, b. 01 Jul 1851; d. 17 Nov 1923; m. ARDELLA BALDWIN.

viii. SPENCER GARWOOD, b. 05 Apr 1855; d. 27 Sep 1860.

More About SPENCER GARWOOD:

Burial: Frey Cem. Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.

ix. MARGARET A. GARWOOD, b. Abt. 185614.

x. LORINDA A. GARWOOD, b. Abt. 185814.

xi. ADA GARWOOD, b. Abt. 186215.

 

24. GRIFFITH7 GARWOOD (JESSE6, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 25 Apr 1804 in Fayette Co. Pa., and died 24 May 1898 in Valentia, Shanee Ks.. He married ANNA VERNON 04 Mar 1830 in OH.. She died 22 Jul 1884 in Peoli, Tuscarawas Oh..

Children of GRIFFITH GARWOOD and ANNA VERNON are:

i. JOHN VERNON8 GARWOOD, b. 02 Feb 1831; d. 04 Mar 1901, Tuscarawas Oh.; m. MARGARET MILLER, 02 Dec 1852, OH..

ii. OBED GARWOOD, b. 1832, OH.; d. 29 Sep 1907; m. (1) JOSEPHINE WHITE; m. (2) ELNOR J..

iii. NAOMI GARWOOD, b. 13 Feb 1835, Pa.; d. 11 Apr 1876, Freeport Twp. Harrison Oh.; m. JOHN FLETCHER BRACKEN, 18 Feb 1864.

iv. ABRAHAM VERNON GARWOOD, b. 18 Jun 1837, Guensey Oh.; d. 21 Feb 1923, Valentia, Shawnee Ks.; m. SARAH A. KEDERICK, 1860; b. 03 Mar 1840, Burmingham, Oh.; d. 11 Jun 1922, Valentia, Shawnee Ks..

 

25. ABRAHAM7 GARWOOD (JESSE6, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 10 Mar 1819 in Fayette Co. Pa., and died Abt. 1895. He married MARY ANN MILLER 09 Dec 1840 in Fayette Co. Pa..

Children of ABRAHAM GARWOOD and MARY MILLER are:

i. WILLIAM8 GARWOOD.

ii. OBED GARWOOD.

iii. REBECCA JANE GARWOOD.

iv. ELI GARWOOD.

v. ALICE GARWOOD.

 

26. NANCY7 LEWIS (JEMIMA6 GARWOOD, MIDION5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 02 Sep 1815 in Conneaut Lake, Erie Co. Pa., and died 30 Mar 1884 in Erie Co. Pa.. She married NATHANIEL CHAPMAN AUSTIN 12 Feb 1835 in Meadville, Crawford Co. Pa.. He was born 25 Sep 1811 in Sherbburne Chenango Co. NY., and died 07 Jun 1892 in Erie Co. NY..

Children of NANCY LEWIS and NATHANIEL AUSTIN are:

i. WILLIAM VALORUS8 AUSTIN, b. 30 Mar 1837, Edinboro, Erie Co. Pa.; m. (1) EVELINE WILLET; m. (2) FRANCES CARPENTER.

40. ii. EMELINE ISABEL AUSTIN, b. 16 Feb 1839, Pa.; d. 08 Dec 1919, Ks..

iii. EDGAR HIRAM AUSTIN, b. 13 Apr 1841, Edinboro, Erie Co. Pa.; m. RACHEL EVERETT, 13 Feb 1868.

iv. SARAH ANN AUSTIN, b. 02 Sep 1842; d. 03 May 1898; m. MARLAN SHERWOOD, 15 Dec 1861.

v. MARY JEMMIA AUSTIN, b. 05 Apr 1845.

vi. TERISSA ESTELLA AUSTIN, b. 27 Mar 1847; d. 07 Jun 1866.

 

Generation No. 5

27. SIMSON8 GILLILAND (SUSANNA7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 02 Jan 1811 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa., and died 19 Jan 1887 in Crawford Co. Pa.. He married (1) HANNAH. She was born 1814, and died 1860. He married (2) REBECCA CONOVER. She was born 1828, and died 1914.

More About SIMSON GILLILAND:

Burial: Frey Cem. Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.

More About REBECCA CONOVER:

Burial: Frey Cem. Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.

Children of SIMSON GILLILAND and REBECCA CONOVER are:

i. FLORENCE I.9 GILLILAND, b. 25 Apr 1863; d. Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co..

More About FLORENCE I. GILLILAND:

Baptism: 16 Jan 1872

ii. JENNIE J. GILLILAND, b. 04 Jul 1865; d. 13 Nov 1865.

More About JENNIE J. GILLILAND:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co.

 

28. URIAH8 GILLILAND (SUSANNA7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 28 Nov 1817 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa., and died 15 Feb 1903. He married (1) JANE SHEPPARD. She was born 05 Nov 1820, and died 19 Apr 1845. He married (2) MARY P. GARWOOD. She was born 27 Oct 1826, and died 05 Nov 1859. He married (3) JULIA RIDEOUT. She was born 23 Mar 1820, and died 23 Jan 1885.

More About URIAH GILLILAND:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co.; Quality: 316

More About JANE SHEPPARD:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co.

More About MARY P. GARWOOD:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co.

More About JULIA RIDEOUT:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co.; Quality: 316

Child of URIAH GILLILAND and JANE SHEPPARD is:

i. SARAHETT9 GILLILAND, b. 30 Dec 1840; d. 16 Jul 1843.

More About SARAHETT GILLILAND:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co.

 

29. SILAS JR.8 HARVEY (RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 12 Dec 1818 in Crawford Co. Pa.17, and died 26 Jan 1906 in Triumph Twp, Warren Co., Pa.18. He married (1) JANE LEWIS 1842 in Pa.. She was born 1813 in Pa.19, and died 1885 in Crawford Co. Pa.20. He married (2) ESTHER ANET DINGMAN 15 May 1889 in Hydetown Crawford Co. Pa, daughter of GILES DINGMAN and ANNA SWEET. She was born 20 Jan 1853 in Pa., and died 15 May 1929 in Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.. He married (3) ELIZABETH SARDONIS 07 Feb 1900 in Pleasantville Pa. Venango County, Pa., daughter of VINCENT PROCTOR and ELIZABETH. She was born 1820.

Notes for SILAS JR. HARVEY:

Silas and Jane separated in July 1865. Silas filed for divorce in 1868 charging indignities. Jane countered with desertion. She also charged Alvira Churchill with alienation of affections since Silas was living with

Alvira. No evidence the divorce was ever granted. Silas later had seven children with Esther Dingman and married her after Jane's death in 1886.

Silas made application for marriage without benefit of divorce from Esther, to Elizabeth Sedoris in 1900. No evidence the marriage took place.

Alvira was a sister of Littlefield Titus who was married briefly to Silas' daughter Catherine Permelia.

A story related to the author by a descendant of Silas Jr. and Esther Dingman Harvey is that Silas raped Esther at age 15. After Esther became pregnant, Giles Dingman Esther's father said "words' over Silas and Esther and then considered them married. The same informant related that Esther got wind of Silas' impending marriage, after he had deserted Esther, to Elizabeth Sedoris and traveled to Enterprize Pa. where Silas was then living and threw a monkey wrench into the upcoming nuptials.

Silas Harvey v. Jane Harvey

App.Dk. 43:26, #29 January Term 1869

Petition of Silas Harvey of Troy Twp.: married about twenty-seven years ago; cohabaited until about 1 July 1865; indignities to the person; signed Silas Havy; ack. 23 Sept. 1868 before Pro. Subpoena awarded and issued to Jane Harvey 23 Sept. 1868; returned 11 Jan. 1869, deft. not found. Alias subpoena issued to Jane Harvey 20 Feb. 1869; returned 12 April 1869 nihil [i.e., deft. not found]. Answer of Jane Harvey: true that married as set forth in petition; denies indignities; on the contrary, "that the said petitioner willfully maliciously and without any cause deserted his family and habitation and has since the date of said disertion cohabited with one Alvera Churchill and supported and maintained her the said Alvera as his lawful wife"; signed Jane Harvey; ack. 12 Aug. 1869 before Deputy. Pro. Issue formed 20 Aug. 1869. Motion for $300 support pendant lite; signed Jane Havey; ack. 12 Aug. 1869; rule to show cause granted 20 Aug. 1869; Court orders service to be made on petitioner’s atty. as petitioner cannot be found, 14 Sept. 1869. [No further proceed­ings shown.]

[Marriage Docket, Book 11, License Number 4683, Venango County Courthouse, Franklin, PA] (Sept. 18, 1889 to Dec. 11, 1900)

No. 4683

1. Full name of man - Silas Harvey

2. Full name of woman - Elizabeth Sedoris

3. Relationship of parties either by blood or marriage - No relationship.

4. Age of man - 77 years old

5. Age of woman - 80 years old

6. Residence of man - Enterprise, Warren Co., Pa.

7. Residence of woman - Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa.

8. Parents name - man, Silas and Rachel Harvey

9. Parents name - woman, Vincent and Elizabeth Proctor

10. Guardian's name - man, no guardian

11. Guardian's name - woman, no guardian

12. Date of death of man's former wife, if any - My former -- died in Nov. 1898

13. Date of death of woman's former husband, if any - My former husband died in Jan. 1873

14. Date of divorce of man at any time - never divorced

15. Date of divorce of woman at any time - never divorced

16. Color of parties - Both white

17. Occupation of man - Farmer

18. Occupation of woman - Carpet Weaver

VENANGO COUNTY, SS: Personally appeared before me, a Justice of the Peace of said County of Venango, at Pleasantville, Venango County, Pa., Silas Harvey and Elizabeth Sedoris, who being duly qualified according to law, did depose and say that the statements set forth above are correct and true to the best of their knowledge and belief.

Sworn and subscribed before me this 7th day of February A. D. 1900

James A. Hume, J. P.

his

Silas X Harvey

mark

Elizabeth Sedoris

Witnesses to (X)

1. Mary E. Spence

2. James A. Hume

AND NOW, Feb., A. D. Marriage License issued, Clerk O. C. J. R. Dodds

No duplicate of this intended marriage was ever recorded in Venango County Courthouse

[Burial Notice, Venango Citizen Press, Franklin, Venango County, PA, Thursday, 8 February 1906, p. 6, c. 7] VCP, Roll 13, Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Library, Franklin, Venango County, PA.

CARSONVILLE - Reported by Edna Turner

Carsonville, Feb. 5

The funeral services of Silas Harvey were conducted in the M. E. church at Enterprise, Sunday, Jan. 28th, at 2 o'clock. Interment in the Enterprise cemetery.

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Registration No. 887

Primary Registration District No. 3384

File No. 92340

Registered No. 1

No. 37223665

Full Name: Silas Harvey

Place of Death: Triumph Township, Warren Co., Pa.

Sex: Male

Color: White

Date of Death: January 26, 1906

Date of Birth: About 1809

Age: 97

Widowed or Divorced: Married

Birth Place: Unk.

Name of Father: Unk.

Name of Mother: Unk.

Birthplace of Father: Unk

Maiden Name of Mother: Unk:

Birthplace of Mother: Unk.

Occupation: Farmer

Cause of Death: Old Age. Had no Doctor

Informant: Watson J. Wright (very hard to read)

Address of Informant: Pleasantville, Pa.

Filed: Feb. 1, 1906

Registrar's Signature: J. M. Kinnear? (very hard to read)

Place of Burial or Removal: Enterprise, Pa.

Date of Burial: January 28, 1906

Undertaker: J. W. Arnold & Son

Address of Undertaker: Pleasantville, Pa.

 

 

 

More About SILAS JR. HARVEY:

Burial: 28 Jan 1906, Enterprize Cemetery, Carsonville, Rd.21

Occupation: Farmer

More About JANE LEWIS:

Burial: 1885, Woodlawn Cemetery, Titusville, Crawford Co., Pa.22

Notes for ESTHER ANET DINGMAN:

1900 census for Southwest Twp. Warren Co., Pa.

Alick Taggart head b. Sep. unreadable, Laborer

Martha " wife b. January 1877

Sadie J. " daughter b. Apr 1894

Evie " daughter b. June 1897

Rose " daughter b. June 1899

Ester Harvey mother in law b. June unreadable 7 children born 5 still living

1910 census 3rd ward Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa.

Martha Taggart head 32 years old married 17 years 3 children born 3 still living, laborer

Sadie " daug. 16 " " single laborer

Eva May " daug. 13 " " student

Rose I. " daug. 10 " " student

Ester Harvey mother 56 " " widowed was married 16 years 4 children 2 living, laborer

Esther Was living in the house of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Potter in

Titusville, Pa. at the time of her death.

MARRIAGE:

15 May 1889 - Silas Harvey Jr., Hydetown, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Marriage Docket 3:241, license #1625 1/2, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.]

DEATH:

15 May 1929 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 16 May 1929, p. 2, c. 7.]

AGED WOMAN SUCCUMBS AFTER SHORT ILLNESS

Mrs. Esther Ann Harvey Apparently In Good Health Until Week Ago Today

Mrs. Esther Ann Harvey, widow of Silas Harvey, passed away at 2:30 a.m., yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Porter, 684 East Spruce street. Although Mrs. Harvey was 72 years of age, she had enjoyed very good health up to last Thursday. On May 6 she returned from visiting her son in Tionesta. After becoming ill, she failed quite rapidly and became seriously ill on Tuesday. Mrs. Harvey was the only daughter of Giles and Esther Dingman and was born in Bloomfield township on January 31, 1857. When she was a child her parents moved to the vicinity of Townville, where she was united in marriage with Mr. Harvey 57 years ago. To them were born seven children, the following surviving: Mrs. Porter, with whom she made her home; Charles Harvey of Tionesta, Mrs. Rose Putnam of Erie, and Mrs. Ida Kightlinger of Mr. Hope, on Goodwill Hill. There are thirteen grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Mrs. Harvey was a member of the M. E. church for many years and held in high esteem by all who knew her. A prayer service will be held at the home of the daughter, 684 East Spruce street, at noon today, after which the funeral party will go to Enterprise for funeral services at the M. E. church at 2:30 p.m., Rev. L. E. Elbel, pastor, officiating. The interment will be made in the family lot beside the husband in Enterprise cemetery.

(Esther was originally buried beside Silas Jr. but Esther's daughters had her disinterred and reburied in Diamond, Pa. at some unknown later date.)

BURIAL:

16 May 1929 - Diamond Cemetery, Plum Township., Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Tombstone - Esther Harvey 1855-1929]

Children of SILAS HARVEY and JANE LEWIS are:

41. i. JAMES U.9 HARVEY, b. 08 Oct 1842, Pa.; d. 25 Nov 1912, Crawford Co. Pa..

42. ii. PERMELIA CATHERINE HARVEY, b. 1844, Pa.; d. 29 Jun 1930, Jamestown N.Y..

43. iii. PERRY HARVEY, b. 15 May 1846, Pa.; d. 27 Dec 1924.

iv. CLINTON HARVEY, b. Oct 1848, OH.; d. 24 May 1926, Randolph Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. PHILA; b. Jan 1847, Pa.; d. 29 Mar 1937, New Richmond Crawford Co. Pa..

More About CLINTON HARVEY:

Burial: Little Cooley Cemetery, Athens Twp. Craw

Notes for PHILA:

Listed in 1930 census for Richmond Twp. living alone age 88 on Blackmore Rd.

Phila died at her niece's house Mrs. C. R. Neil

44. v. GEORGE WASHINGTON HARVEY, b. Oct 1850, Pa.; d. 05 Apr 1925, Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa..

45. vi. SARAH (SADIE) HARVEY, b. Mar 1852, Pa.; d. Abt. 1935.

46. vii. JOHN C. HARVEY, b. 01 Oct 1856, Pa.; d. 26 Apr 1920, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh..

viii. JESSE HARVEY, b. Feb 1861, Troy Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; m. UNKNOWN.

Notes for JESSE HARVEY:

It is believed this is really the son of Jacob Zimmerman and Catherine/Amelia/

Permelia Harvey b. 1844. see note on Catherine Harvey #41.

Children of SILAS HARVEY and ESTHER DINGMAN are:

ix. ROYAL9 HARVEY, b. 19 Aug 1873, Crawford Co. Troy Twp.Pa; m. ATLANTA KINGSLEY; b. of Townsville, Crawford Co. Pa..

Notes for ROYAL HARVEY:

MARRIAGE:

30 October 1889 - Atlanta Kingsley, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Marriage Docket 3:489, license number 1873, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

Silas Harvey applied for license for Laroyal Harvey

LAROYAL HARVEY - white, lumberman, residence Troy Tp., Crawford County, PA, Age 16 on 19 August last past, single.

Consent - Slias Harvey, parent.

ATLANTA KINGSLEY - white, housekeeper, residence Townville, Crawford County, PA, single.

No. 1873, I, Daniel Baugher hereby certify that on the 30 day of October 1889 at Troy Townhip, Laroyal Harvey and Miss Atlanta Kingsley were by me United in marriage in accordance with license issued by the Clerk of Orphans' Court.

Signature - Daniel Baugher

Justice of the Peace

1900 census Townville, Crawford Co., Pa.

Leroy C. Harvey head b. Aug. 1873 age 26 m. 10 yr. Pa. Pa. Pa.

Altana Harvey wife b. Nov. 1846 age 53 m. 10 yr. Children 0 Children living 0 Pa. Pa. Pa.

 

 

More About ROYAL HARVEY:

Burial: Kingsley Cemetery

Notes for ATLANTA KINGSLEY:

17S. Atlanta KINGSLEY-32221

BIRTH:

About 1846

[Marriage Docket 3:489, license number 1873, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

MARRIAGE:

30 October 1889 - Laroyal Harvey, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Marriage Docket 3:489, license number 1873, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

1910 census Townville, Crawford Co., Pa.

Altana Harvey head age 60 Pa. Oh. Oh.

47. x. MARTHA HARVEY, b. Jun 1877, Crawford Co. Troy Twp.Pa; d. 11 Mar 1944, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa..

48. xi. CHARLES HARVEY, b. 1879, Crawford Co. Troy Twp Pa; d. Aft. 27 Jul 1946.

xii. ROSE HARVEY, b. Jun 1880, Crawford Co Troy Twp Pa; d. 23 Dec 1935, Meadville, Crawford Co. , Pa.; m. GEORGE PUTNAM, 07 May 1924, Warren, Warren Co., Pa.; b. Aug 1895, Grand Valley, Eldred Twp. Warren Co., Pa.; d. 26 Jun 1964, Erie, Erie Co., Pa..

Notes for ROSE HARVEY:

BIRTH:

About 1885/1888 - Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[MD 11:566, License Number 11212, Warren County, Court House., Warren, PA]

[Tombstone - Rose Putnam 1888-1935]

MARRIAGE:

7 May 1924 - George Lenard Putnam, Warren, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[MD 11:566, License Number 11212, Warren County, Court House., Warren, PA]

GEORGE LENARD (sic) PUTMAN(sic) - white, waiter, born: Grand Valley, Pa., residence: Titusville, Pa., age: 28, no previous marriages.

Father: William Putman (sic), teamster, residence: Titusville, Pa., born: Crawford County, Pa.

Mother: Polly Putman (sic), maiden name of Mother: Polly Emerson, residence: Grand Valley, Pa., born: Townville, PA

ROSE HARVEY - white, cook, born: Crawford County, Pa., residence: Mt. Hope, PA, age: 39, no previous marriages.

Father: Silas Harvey, dead, was farmer, born: Crawford County, PA

Mother: Esther Harvey, maiden name of Mother: Esther Dingman, hswf., born Crawford County, PA

Married on 7 May 1924 at Warren, PA, by Rev. C. W. Winch.

DEATH:

23 December 1935 - Meadville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 24 December 1935, p. 8, c. 1.]

Mrs. George L. Putnam, formerly of Titusville, died at her home, 208 Arch street, Meadville early yesterday, following illness of two weeks. She spent most of her life in Titusville and will be remembered by many as assisting Mr. Putnam when he operated restaurants in this city. She was a member of the First Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. Putnam have conducted the Home restaurant on Arch street in Meadville for several years. Besides the husband, she leaves two sisters, Mrs. Joseph Porter of Diamond and Mrs. Herbert Kightlinger of Meadville, and one brother, Charles Harvey of Tionesta. Funeral services will be conducted from the Diamond U. B. church Thursday at 2 p. m.

BURIAL:

26 December 1935 - Diamond Cemetery, Plum Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 28 December 1935, p. 3, c. 3.]

Services in memory of Mrs. George L. Putnam were conducted from the Diamond U. B. church Thursday at 2 p.m. with the pastor, Rev. Walter D. Black, officiating. Hymns were sung by Mrs. E. D. Goodwin and Mrs. Ed Abrams. The interment was made in Diamond cemetery with the following as pall-bearers: Robert, Charles and Norman Stainbrook, Charles Reymour, Fred Burkhardt, Traci Braymer and Herbert Redmond.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 24 December 1935, p. 8, c. 1.]

[Tombstone - Rose Putnam 1888-1935]

 

More About ROSE HARVEY:

Burial: 26 Dec 1935, Diamond Cemetery, Plum Twp. Venango Co., Pa.

Notes for GEORGE PUTNAM:

BIRTH:

August 1895 - Grand Valley, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 29 June 1964, p. 5, c. 8.]

[MD 11:566, License Number 11212, Warren County, Court House., Warren, PA]

[U. S. Federal Census, 8 June 1900, Eldred Township, Warren County, PA, ED 135, p. 5B]

PUTNAM, George - gr. son, w, m, born Aug 1895, age 4y, single, born PA, father born PA, mother born PA.

MARRIAGE:

7 May 1924 - Rose Harvey, Warren, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[MD 11:566, License Number 11212, Warren County, Court House., Warren, PA]

DEATH:

26 June 1964 - Grand Valley, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 29 June 1964, p. 5, c. 8.]

George L. Putnam, 68, of 429 State St., Erie, died Friday. Mr. Putnam was born in the Grand Valley area. He is survived by one brother, Maj. J. Putnam of Warren, and several nieces in Dayton, Ohio. The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. today in Erie. Private interment will be in Diamond Cemetery.

BURIAL:

29 June 1964 - Diamond Cemetery, Plum Twp., Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 29 June 1964, p. 5, c. 8.]

[Tombstone - George L. Putnam 1895 - 1964 Pvt. 68th Inf. U.S. Army W. W. 1]

 

More About GEORGE PUTNAM:

Burial: 29 Jun 1964, Diamond Cemetery, Plum Twp. Venango Co., Pa.

49. xiii. IDA HARVEY, b. Apr 1882, Pineville, Southwest Twp. Warren Co. Pa.; d. 08 Nov 1950, Meadville, Crawford Co. , Pa..

 

30. RACHEL8 HARVEY (RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)23 was born Jun 1822 in Conneaut Twp.Crawford Co Pa.24, and died 06 Feb 1905 in Linesville, Crawford Co. Conneaut Twp.Pa25. She married JAMES NEWTON BRITTON26 04 Jul 1841 in Pennline, Crawford Co. Conneaut Twp. Pa.27, son of JOHN BRITTON and BETSEY TURNER. He was born 19 Jan 1819 in Van Buren Town Onondaga Co. N.Y28, and died 26 Mar 1909 in Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh.28.

Notes for RACHEL HARVEY:

Attending Physician at death was D.A. Philips M.D.

More About RACHEL HARVEY:

Burial: Linesville Cemetery

Notes for JAMES NEWTON BRITTON:

 

"Ashtabula County Ohio History - Then and Now" by the Ashtabula H istorical Society (1985): It says that James N Britton lived on the farm unti l 1871 when he moved to Linesvile. After Rachel's death he lived

around with his children and died at the home of his son William. He was a carpenter and joiner. His obituary in the Linesville Herald stated that "products of his handiwork are evident in many parts of the surrounding

country." According to the history he "was remembered by a granddaughter as being a reserved man with a long white beard and fond of reading, and Rachel was an energetic woman to whom a spotless house was a passion."

James N Britton died without a will and on the 10th of April 1909 James Bradley Britton brought a civil action against his siblings to sell their father's farm, which by the deed went to all of them upon the death of

their parents. At this time Cassisu lived in Bradford , Venango, PA; Theodocia lived in Mossgrove, Armstrong, PA; Ruth E Thayer lived at Bradford, PA; Charles A lived in Linesville. Suit ended with William Britton buying the land from the Sheriff and proceeds being divided.

[Descendants of Richard Britton Sr, James Kenepp]

James Britton was born 1819, in N.Y. state. He came with his parents, John and Betsy Turner Britton, to Richmond Twp., Ashtabula Co., OH, about 1836, at age 17 years. There he met Rachel Harvey and married her, 4 Jul 1841. After being married the Brittons settled on a farm in Richmond Twp., OH, which was part of his father's land. All their children were born there. In 1871 they bought a home in Linesville, Crawford Co., PA. Rachel Harvey Britton died there in 1905. After her death, James lived in Linesville with his son, Charles A. Britton for a few years. He also spent time with other members of the family and died 26 March 1909, in Richmond Twp, OH., while at the home of another son, W. D. Haley Britton.

He was a carpenter and remembered by a granddaughter as being a reserved man, fond of reading and wore a long, white beard.

James and Rachel are buried together in Linesville Cemetery, Crawford Co., PA.

[DEED BOOK L4, p. 661, Crawford County Court House, Meadville, PA.]

States that, J.(M.) Britton purchased a lot in Linesville, Pa., 10 Apr 1875, from G. W. Baldwin, at corner of Diamond Street.

 

More About JAMES NEWTON BRITTON:

Occupation: Carpenter and joiner29,30

Marriage Notes for RACHEL HARVEY and JAMES BRITTON:

[Britton.FTW]

REFN64509

Children of RACHEL HARVEY and JAMES BRITTON are:

i. JOHN C.9 BRITTON, b. Jun 1842, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh.; d. 26 Nov 1863, Mission Ridge Tn..

Notes for JOHN C. BRITTON:

 

"Ashtabula County History - Then and Now" by the Ashtablua Historic al

Society (1985): It says that John C Britton was a member of the 105th

Oh io Volunteer Infantry and was killed at Mission Ridge, TN. [Descendants

of Ri chard Britton Sr, James Kenepp]

John's Civil War Papers say he was killed in service November 23, 1963

 

 

More About JOHN C. BRITTON:

Military service: 105th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Civil War31,32

50. ii. CASSIUS DARIUS BRITTON, b. 20 Feb 1844, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh; d. 10 Apr 1909, Linesville, Pine Twp. Crawford Co., Pa..

51. iii. NEWTON N BRITTON, b. 03 Jun 1846, Richmond Twp, Ashtabula, OH; d. 27 Jun 1922, Conneaut, Ashtabula, OH.

52. iv. THEODOCIA ADELINE BRITTON, b. 30 Dec 1848, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh.; d. 11 Nov 1943, Hasson Heights, Oil City, Venango Co., Pa.

53. v. JAMES BRADLEY BRITTON, b. 23 Dec 1850, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh.; d. 09 Nov 1932, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh..

vi. WILLIAM DRY HALEY BRITTON32, b. 23 Jan 1853, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh.; d. 29 Dec 1929, Conneaut, Ashtabula Co. Oh.; m. MARTINETTE A. RHODES; b. 1853; d. 1938.

Notes for WILLIAM DRY HALEY BRITTON:

BIRTH:

23 January 1853 - Richmond Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio.

Note: Unable to find William Haley Britton in 1880 National Census.

MARRIAGE:

Martinette Amelia Rhodes.

DEATH:

29 December 1929 - Conneaut, Ohio.

INFORMATION:

William lived most of his life in Richmond Twp., Ashtabula Co., OH, and died in Conneaut, OH.

 

vii. ALBERTUS O BRITTON32, b. 02 Jan 1855, Richmond Twp, Ashtabula, OH33,34; d. Abt. 1875, Richmond Twp, Ashtabula, OH35,36.

Notes for ALBERTUS O BRITTON:

Buried in Richmond Center Cemetery Richmond Twp., Ashtabula Co., Oh.

54. viii. RUTH EDNA BRITTON, b. 10 Aug 1856, Richmond Twp., Ashtabula Co. Oh..; d. 27 Mar 1940, Akron Ohio.

ix. RACHEL ANN BRITTON36, b. 09 Feb 1859, Richmond Twp, Ashtabula, OH37,38; d. Titusville, Crawford, PA39,40; m. WILLIAM V. WHEELER, 19 Apr 1883, Linesville, Crawford, PA41,42.

Notes for RACHEL ANN BRITTON:

BIRTH:

9 February 1859 -

[1880 Census, Place: Linesville, Crawford, Pennsylvania, Source: FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 221B.]

(See notes for her father, James M. Britton.)

Rachel A. BRITTON - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 21, Born OH, Occ: Teaching Music, Fa: NY, Mo: PA.

MARRIAGE:

19 April 1883 - W. M. (V.) Wheeler. (Titusville.)

[Crawford Journal, Meadville, PA, 27 Apr 1883, p. 5, c. 7.]

Married at the home of J. M. Britton, Linesville, Crawford County, PA.

 

Notes for WILLIAM V. WHEELER:

[Britton.FTW]

REFN: 6897

Marriage Notes for RACHEL BRITTON and WILLIAM WHEELER:

[Britton.FTW]

REFN67904

x. CAROLINE M. BRITTON, b. 30 Jun 1862, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh.; d. Bef. 190943,44; m. ISAAC DIETER.

Notes for CAROLINE M. BRITTON:

BIRTH:

30 June 1862 - Richmond Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio.

[1880 Census, Place: Linesville, Crawford, Pennsylvania, Source: FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 221B.]

(See notes for her father, James M. Britton.)

Carlie M. BRITTON - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 18, Born OH, Occ: Dressmaker, Fa: NY, Mo: PA.

 

31S. Ike DIETER-32248

BIRTH:

30 June 1862 -

[1880 Census, Place: Linesville, Crawford, Pennsylvania, Source: FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 221B.]

(See notes for her father, James M. Britton.)

Carlie M. BRITTON - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 18, Born OH, Occ: Dressmaker, Fa: NY, Mo: PA.

MARRIAGE:

Ike Dieter

 

55. xi. CHARLES E BRITTON, b. 04 Oct 1865, Richmond Twp, Ashtabula, OH; d. 1942, Linesvile, Crawford, PA.

xii. LETITIA BRITTON44, b. Abt. 1866, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh.; d. 1867, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Pa..

Notes for LETITIA BRITTON:

[Britton.FTW]

REFN: 6898

xiii. LINNEY NELL BRITTON44, b. Jul 1868, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh.; d. 13 Mar 1870, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh..

Notes for LINNEY NELL BRITTON:

[Britton.FTW]

REFN: 6899

 

31. NATHAN8 HARVEY (RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Sep 1826 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.45, and died 17 Jun 1904 in Chiawassee, Mi.46. He married (1) EMILY FREER Abt. 184747, daughter of ELISHA FREER and MARGARET KRALE. She was born 1827 in Mentor, Geauga Co. Oh.47, and died 18 Nov 1897 in Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.47. He married (2) HARRIET WHEELER 03 Jul 1903 in Antrim Mi.48. She was born Abt. 1838 in England.

Notes for NATHAN HARVEY:

Served as Cpl. in Co. F 29th Reg't Ohio Infantry from 9 Oct. 1861 until discharged 22 Dec. 1862 for disability from Cliffburn Hospital Washington D.C. description: 35 yrs. 5 ft. 6 1/2 in. complexion: dark, hair: black, eyes:

black.

Children of NATHAN HARVEY and EMILY FREER are:

i. ELIZABETH (LIZZIE)9 HARVEY, b. 11 Feb 1849, Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.49; d. 05 Mar 1932, Painesville, Lake Co. Oh49; m. (1) JAMES N. MCCASLIN, 11 Feb 1874, Painseville, Lake Co. Oh.; d. 19 Oct 190249; m. (2) JOHN HERR, Aft. 1909, Painesville, Lake Co. Oh; d. Jan 191949.

56. ii. CLARINDA (CLARA) HARVEY, b. Sep 1851, Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.; d. 01 May 1916, Painseville, Lake Co. Oh..

iii. JR. NATHAN HARVEY, b. Abt. 1855, Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.49; d. Lookout Mt. Tenn.49.

57. iv. CHARLES KRALE HARVEY, b. 27 Jul 1859, Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.; d. 22 Apr 1926, Painesville, Lake Co. Oh..

58. v. FLORA HARVEY, b. Jun 1862, Painesville, Lake Co. Oh..

59. vi. FRANK HARVEY, b. 27 May 1864, Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.; d. 08 Feb 1919, Painesville, Lake Co. Oh..

vii. MCLELLAN (MACK) HARVEY, b. Oct 1870, Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.; d. 16 Nov 1938, Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.49.

More About MCLELLAN (MACK) HARVEY:

Burial: 19 Nov 1938, Greenwood Cemetery, Painesville, Oh.49

 

32. MARIA/MARTHA8 HARVEY (RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Mar 1828 in Crawford Co. Pa.50, and died Aft. 191051. She married WILLIAM A. LEWIS52. He was born Abt. 1825 in Pa.53, and died Bet. 1880 - 1900.

Notes for MARIA/MARTHA HARVEY:

Mother Martha b. Mar. 1830 Oh. living in household of son John in 1900 Pierson Twp. Montcalm Co. Mi. She had 3 children 2 still living

1910 census St. Johns, Clinton Co. Mi. Mother Martha still living in household. John listed as widowed. John's occupation Teamster.

1920 census St. Johns, Clinton Co. Mi. John alone listed as teamster.

1930 census St. Johns, Clinton Co. Mi. John alone listed as farmer.

Notes for WILLIAM A. LEWIS:

1880 living in Ensley Twp. Newaygo Co. Mi.

Children of MARIA/MARTHA HARVEY and WILLIAM LEWIS are:

i. AMANDA9 LEWIS, b. Abt. 1852, Oh.53.

ii. FAYETTE LEWIS, b. Abt. 1856, Oh.53.

Notes for FAYETTE LEWIS:

1880 census Solon Twp. Solon Co. Mi. in household of John R. Easton as boarder listed as a student.

Parents William A. and Martha M. living in Ensley Twp. Newaygo Co. Mi.

Kent adjoins Newaygo to the south.

iii. JOHN S. LEWIS, b. Jun 1862, Oh.54; m. ELLEN, Abt. 189555; b. Apr 1862, Ny.55.

Notes for JOHN S. LEWIS:

Mother Martha b. Mar. 1830 Oh. living in household in 1900 Vinson Twp. Montcalm Co. Mi. She had 3 children 2 still living

1910 census St. Johns, Clinton Co. Mi. Mother Martha still living in household. John listed as widowed. John's occupation Teamster.

1920 census St. Johns, Clinton Co. Mi. John alone listed as teamster.

1930 census St. Johns, Clinton Co. Mi. John alone listed as farmer.

Notes for ELLEN:

1900 census shows Ellen had 2 children both still living

 

33. ISAAC PADEN8 HARVEY (RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 16 Mar 1834 in Ashtabula Co. Ohio, and died 02 Mar 1906 in Rockford, Mn.. He married (1) ESTER BUSHNELL 11 Oct 1856 in Illinois, daughter of ORLANDO BUSHNELL and ABIGAIL COE. She was born 16 Nov 1830 in Ashtabula OH., and died 12 Aug 1879 in Rockford, Wright Co. Minnesota. He married (2) PHOEBE LINDLEY Abt. 188156, daughter of UNKNOWN LINDLEY and LOUISA.

Children of ISAAC HARVEY and ESTER BUSHNELL are:

i. ABIGAIL9 HARVEY, b. 1858.

60. ii. CHARLES NEWTON HARVEY, b. 02 Sep 1859, Rockford Mn.; d. 18 May 1933, Portland Oregon.

iii. ORLANDO H. HARVEY, b. 1863, Rockford Mn.; d. 03 Mar 1924, Rockford Mn.; m. MARY DEDRICK, 16 Jan 1886, Rockford Mn..

iv. CARMELLA HARVEY, b. 1869; m. PERSONS.

Child of ISAAC HARVEY and PHOEBE LINDLEY is:

v. SYLVIA J.9 HARVEY, b. Feb 188656.

 

34. AURILLA8 HARVEY (RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1835 in Ohio. She married ALSON NICHOLES. He was born Abt. 1833 in Oh..

Child of AURILLA HARVEY and ALSON NICHOLES is:

i. THRESA9 NICHOLES, b. Abt. 1855.

 

35. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN8 HARVEY (RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 10 Sep 1837 in Richmond Twp., Astabula Co., Oh., and died 22 Mar 1921 in Conneaut twp Crawford Co., Pa57. He married (1) ELIZABETH WARD. She was born Abt. 1833 in New Jersey58, and died 22 Jul 1885 in Conneaut Twp, Crawford Co., Pa.59. He married (2) CHARLOTTE MILLER59, daughter of JOHN MILLER and ALMIRA. She was born 07 Apr 1842 in Linesville, Pa.59.

Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HARVEY:

[Obituary, Evening Republican, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 22 March 1921, p. 5, c. 4]

Benjamin Franklin Harvey, of Conneaut township, died Saturday noon after about four weeks illness with neuritis. The funeral service will be held at his late home two miles north of Linesville, on Tuesday at 2 p.m. with interment in Frey cemetery. Mr. Harvey was born September 10, 1837, and lived most of his life in the neighborhood where he died. He was a man of strong healthy physique and carried on the trade of blacksmith and wagon maker for 50 years, his little shop being one of the landmarks of the place. His first wife was Lizzie Ward, who bore him 10 children, all of whom, except three, survive him. He was married a second time about 35 years ago to Charlotte Miller, who also survives him. He was the last of 10 children, and his widow is also the last surviving member of her family. She is now left alone as far as immediate relatives are concerned, and deserves sympathy and consideration on that account, as well as for the sterling qualities which she possesses. Rev. J. D. Dowson, Pastor of the Linesville Universal Church, will conduct the funeral service..

 

More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HARVEY:

Occupation: Blacksmith/Teamster

More About ELIZABETH WARD:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co.

Cause of Death: Dropsy59

Notes for CHARLOTTE MILLER:

Linesville Hearld Obit

Mrs. Lottie HARVEY - Charlotte MILLER was born at Linesville, April 7, 1842, daughter of John and Almira Miller, and was the last surviving member of a family of ten children. At the age of 25 years she was

united in marriage to Chas. Elder, of Garnett, Kansas, and to this union one daughter was born. In 1886 she was married to Frank B. Harvey who died March 19, 1921. Since the death of Mr. Harvey she had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Agnes Frey, Toronto, O. She is survived by her daughter, three grandchildren, Mrs. Flossie Fulton, Clyde and Arthur Scovel, also eight great-great-grandchildren, the eldest of whom is Miss Alice Hart. She was a member of the GAR Circle, the local D of A Council and a life-long member of the

Universalist Church. Funeral services were held at Linesville, Thursday, interment in Linesville.

 

Children of BENJAMIN HARVEY and ELIZABETH WARD are:

61. i. ALONZO9 HARVEY, b. 28 Jan 1860, Conneaut Twp, Pa.; d. 11 Feb 1900, Linesville , Conneaut Twp., Crawford Co., Pa..

62. ii. LORENZO H. HARVEY, b. Abt. 1861.

iii. ETTA HARVEY, b. 1863, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. BERT E. WHITE, 04 Jul 188660.

Notes for ETTA HARVEY:

Etta HARVEY-28657

BIRTH:

About 1863 - Pennsylvania.

[1880 Census, Place: Conneaut, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 79A.]

Etta HARVEY - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 17, Born PA, Occ: At Home, Fa: OH, Mo: PA.

 

63. iv. PERRY HARVEY, b. Oct 1865, Crawford Co. Pa..

v. ADDIE MAE HARVEY, b. Abt. 1868, Crawford Co. Pa.61; d. 16 Aug 1885, Conneaut Twp., Crawford Co. Pa.62.

Notes for ADDIE MAE HARVEY:

BIRTH:

About 1868 - Pennsylvania.

[1880 Census, Conneaut, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, Source: FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 79A.]

Adda HARVEY - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 12, Born PA, Fa: OH, Mo: PA,

Linesville Hearld Obit

HARVEY - In Conneaut township, Aug. 16th,1885, of consumption, Addie May,

daughter of B.F. Harvey, aged 17 years, 8 months and 15 days.

 

 

More About ADDIE MAE HARVEY:

Burial: Frey Cemetery Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co.

Cause of Death: Consumption62

vi. ALTA HARVEY, b. Abt. 1870, Crawford Co. Pa.63,64; m. THEODORE SMOCK65, 04 May 1891, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.65; b. Abt. 1866, of Meadville66.

Notes for ALTA HARVEY:

Married by Rev. J. A. Klucker

BIRTH:

About 1870 - Pennsylvania.

[1880 Census, Place: Conneaut, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 79A.]

Alta HARVEY - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 10, Born PA, Fa: OH, Mo: PA.

Linesville Hearld

SMOCK-HARVEY - At the home of the bride, in Conneaut township, May 4,

1891, by Rev. J.A. Klucker, Mr. Theodore Smock, of Meadville, and Miss

Alta Harvey.

 

64. vii. DELLA HARVEY, b. Abt. 1872, Crawford Co. Pa..

65. viii. WILLIAM JAMES HARVEY, b. 12 Sep 1874, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 13 Nov 1938, Duluth, Minnesota.

ix. MAUD HARVEY, b. 1876, Crawford Co. Pa..

Notes for MAUD HARVEY:

BIRTH:

About 1876 - Pennsylvania.

[1880 Census, Place: Conneaut, Crawford County, Pennsylvania,

Source: FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 79A.]

Maud HARVEY - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 4, Born PA, Fa: OH, Mo: PA.

 

x. BRADY HARVEY, b. 1879, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. HANNAH LILA PADEN; b. 1880.

Notes for BRADY HARVEY:

BIRTH:

About 1879 - Pennsylvania.

[1880 Census, Place: Conneaut, Crawford County, Pennsylvania,

Source: FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 79A.]

Brady HARVEY - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 1, Born PA, Fa: OH, Mo: PA.

 

 

xi. CECELIA HARVEY, b. Aft. 1880; m. UNKNOWN PETERSON.

 

36. DAVID JOSEPH8 PADEN (ISAAC7, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 03 Dec 1825 in Crawford Co. Pa., and died 05 Mar 1905 in Pratt Co. Ks.. He married LUCINDA MCCAW 17 Sep 1884 in Galesburg Il.. She died 02 Mar 1900 in Meade Ks..

More About DAVID JOSEPH PADEN:

Burial: Summit Cemetery, Yorktown Page Co. Iowa

More About LUCINDA MCCAW:

Burial: Summit Cemetery Yorktown Page Co. Iowa

Children of DAVID PADEN and LUCINDA MCCAW are:

i. MARY J.9 PADEN.

ii. ISAAC PADEN.

iii. GEORGE H. PADEN.

iv. JOHN L. PADEN.

v. ALONZO PADEN.

66. vi. GRACE PADEN.

vii. CHARLES J. PADEN.

67. viii. AMOS JOSEPH PADEN, b. 21 Nov 1856, Woodhull, Henry Co. Il..

 

37. BANI (BENI)8 GARWOOD (JESSE7, JOSEPH6, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 11 Apr 1815 in Fayette Co. Pa., and died 06 Aug 1880 in Ada Hardin Co. Oh.. He married RUTH KELLY 03 May 1838. She was born 05 Jun 1815 in Maryland, and died 03 Jan 1874 in Hardin Co. Oh..

Child of BANI GARWOOD and RUTH KELLY is:

68. i. ISAAC9 GARWOOD, b. 30 Jun 1842, Ada Hardin Co. Oh.; d. 23 Dec 1911, Ada Hardin Co. Oh..

 

38. Q. V. (SLOAN)8 GARWOOD (JOSEPH7, JOSEPH6, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) She married SOLOMAN SLOAN.

Children of Q. GARWOOD and SOLOMAN SLOAN are:

i. ELMER9 SLOAN.

ii. JAMES SLOAN.

iii. JOSEPH SLOAN.

iv. JESSE SLOAN.

v. KATE SLOAN.

vi. NANCY SLOAN.

vii. ESTHER SLOAN.

 

39. SARAH8 GARWOOD (OBED7, OBEDIAH6, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1847 in Pa.67. She married THERON RICE68, son of HERMAN RICE and ELIZA. He was born Abt. 1847 in Pa..

Children of SARAH GARWOOD and THERON RICE are:

69. i. BERTHA M.9 RICE, b. May 1872, Pa.; d. Bef. 1904.

ii. MAGGIE RICE, b. Abt. 187469.

iii. BERTIE RICE, b. Abt. 187669.

iv. FRANK RICE, b. Abt. 188469.

v. NAN RICE, b. 28 May 188569.

 

40. EMELINE ISABEL8 AUSTIN (NANCY7 LEWIS, JEMIMA6 GARWOOD, MIDION5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 16 Feb 1839 in Pa., and died 08 Dec 1919 in Ks.. She married (1) ROBERT REID BURCHFIELD 08 Oct 1855 in Edinboro Erie Co. Pa.. He was born 12 Feb 1839 in Saegertown Crawford Twp. Pa., and died 31 Jan 1865 in Florence, S.C.. She married (2) JOHN TERRY 01 Jan 1867 in Pa..

Children of EMELINE AUSTIN and ROBERT BURCHFIELD are:

i. ABIGALE9 BURCHFIELD, b. 14 Apr 1856, Erie Co. Pa.; d. 02 Jan 1929.

ii. CHARLES BURCHFIELD, b. 10 Feb 1858, Erie Co. Pa.; d. Dec 1911, Erie Co. Pa..

70. iii. BLANCH BURCHFIELD, b. 27 Mar 1860, Erie Co. Pa.; d. 14 Feb 1951, Kanasas City Ks..

Child of EMELINE AUSTIN and JOHN TERRY is:

iv. M.E.9 TERRY, b. Aft. 1867.

 

Generation No. 6

41. JAMES U.9 HARVEY (SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 08 Oct 1842 in Pa.70, and died 25 Nov 1912 in Crawford Co. Pa.70. He married (1) SALVINA SWEET 1865. She was born 13 Aug 1840 in New York, and died 04 Apr 1907 in Troy Twp., Crawford Co. Pa.. He married (2) ELIZA Abt. 190771. She was born Abt. 1853 in Pa.71.

Notes for JAMES U. HARVEY:

James was a Democrat and belonged to Methodist Church.

(1M) About 1865 - Sylvina Lavine Sweet.

[Information from Mark Silas Harvey Jr, 21 January 1998]

[Obituary of Bert O. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 11 February 1946, p. 2, c. 2.]

[U.S. Federal Census 9 June 1900, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, family 66, sheet B3, married 35 years.]

(2M) 25 September 1907 - Mrs. Anna Nancy Beers, Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania. Maiden name Taylor

[Marriage Docket 2, p. 212, license 1172, Tionesta Courthouse, Forest County, PA]

JAMES W. HARVEY - Age 65 years, white, farmer, residence Titusville, PA, date of man's former marriage April 1, 1864, date of death of man's former wife April 1, 1907.

Parents names - Silas Harvey

MRS. ANNA NANCY BEERS - Age 55 years, white, housekeeper, residence Titusville, PA, date of womans former marriage 1869, date of death of woman's former husband 1900.

Parents names - Taylor

Personally appeared before me, Clerk of the Orphans Court in and for said County of Forest, at Tionesta, PA, James W. Harvey and say that the statements above set forth are correct and true, to the best of his knowledge and belief.

Signature - James W. Harvey

Sworn and subscribed before me this 25 day of Sept. A. D. 1907

J. C. Geist

MARRIAGE LICENSE

State of Pennsylvania

County of Forest }SS:

To any Minister of the Gospel, Justice of the Peace or other Officers or Persons authorized by Law to Soleminze Marriates: You are hereby authorized to join together in the holy state of Matrimony, according to the rites and ceremonies of your church, society, or religious denomination and the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

James W. Harvey of Titusville, Pa.

and Mrs. Anna Nancy Beer of Titusville, Pa.

GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND SEAL of the ORPHANS' COURT of said County of Forest, at Tionesta, this 25 day of September A. D. 1907.

J. C. Geist

DUPLICATE CERTIFICATE

No. 1172

I, Rev. W. O. Calhoun, hereby certify that on the Twenty Fifth day of September one thousand nine hundred and seven at Tionesta, James W. Harvey and Mrs. Nancy Beer were by me united in marriage, in accordance with license issued by the Clerk of the Orphans' Court of Forest County, Pennsylvania, numbered ..

Rev. W. O. Calhoun

Minister of the Gospel

Docket typed as names were written. Parents name very hard to read, but believe it to be Taylor

DEATH:

25 November 1912 - Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 26 November 1912, p. 5, c. 5]

James U. Harvey, aged 70 years, died Monday afternoon at the family home on the Spring Creek road. Mr. Harvey for the past two years had been in failing health, but it was not until late last week that he took to his bed. Mr. Harvey is survived by his wife and six children as follows: Bert C. and Harry W. Harvey of Hydetown; Anna F. of Shelmadine Springs; Mrs. Rosa G. Murray of Vrooman; Mrs. Jennie L. Burrows of Titusville, and Silas C. Harvey, who lives on the Spring Creek road. Funeral services, it was announced last evening, will be held some time on Friday, the hour to be determined later.

BURIAL:

29 November 1912 - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 30 November 1912, p. 5, c. 2]

Funeral Yesterday - Funeral services of James U. Harvey of Oil Creek township North of the city were conducted at the White Oak church beginning at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Summerton of Hydetown was the officiating clergyman and the church choir assisted him. There was present a very large attendance of friends and neighbors and the floral offerings were beautiful. Interment was made in Excelsior cemetery.

[Tombstone James U. Harvey 1842-1912.]

 

10S. Sylvina Lavine SWEET-10458

BIRTH:

13 August 1840 - New York State.

[Death Certificate, No. 1342850, File No. 2, Registered No. 41, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania]

[Tombstone - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred, Township, Warren County, PA, states birth as 1840.]

[U. S. Federal Census, 24 June 1870, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, Page 718, Line 38]

HARVY, James Jr. - Age 27 years, male, white, farmer, realestate $1000, personal estate $254, born Ohio.

HARVY, Silvina -----Age 24 years, female, white, keeping house, born New York.

HARVY, Birty ------Age 4 years, male, white, born Pennsylvania.

HARVY, Judson ----Age 2 years, male, white, born Pennsylvania.

HARVY, Emma ----Age 7/12 year, female, white, born February, Pennsylvania. (Incorrect sex, this is son, Ami F. Harvey]

[U. S. Federal 1880 Census, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania]

Source: FHL Film 1255121 National Archives Film T9-1121, Page 317C.]

James HARVY -- Self, Male, Married, White, Age 37, Born OH, Occ: Farmer, Fa: OH, Mo: PA.

Sylvina HARVY - Wife, Female, Married, White, Age 39, Born NY, Occ: Keeping House, Fa: NY, Mo: VT.

[U. S. Federal Census 9 June 1900, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, family 66, sheet B3. Enumerator Millie Kerr]

HARVEY, Sylvania - Wife, female, white, born August 1850, N.Y., age 49 years, married 35 years, 8 children, 7 living. Father born N.Y., Mother born Virginia.

MARRIAGE:

About 1865 - James U. Harvey.

[Obituary of Bert O. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 11 February 1946, p. 2, c. 2]

[U. S. Federal Census 9 June 1900, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, family 66, sheet B3. Enumerator Millie Kerr]

HARVEY, Sylvania - Wife, female, white, born August 1850, N.Y., age 49 years, married 35 years, 8 children, 7 living. Father born N.Y., Mother born Virginia.

DEATH:

4 April 1907 - Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Death Certificate, No. 1342850, File No. 2, Registered No. 41, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania]

Death Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 5 April 1907, p. 8, c. 4] Brevities Section.

Mrs. Sylvina Harvey, wife of James U. Harvey of the Spring Creek road, died at her home four miles north of the city at 12:10 o'clock yesterday afternoon of stomach trouble. The deceased was 66 years of age and was universally admired and respected. She is survived by four sons, Bert, Ami, Silas and Harry, and two daughters Rose and Jennie. The funeral service will be held at White Oak church and the interment will be in Excelsior cemetery.

Tombstone, Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

BURIAL:

8 April 1907 - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Death Certificate, No. 1342850, File No. 2, Registered No. 41, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania]

[Tombstone - Sylvina L Harvey 1840-1907]

RESEARCH:

This 1870 Census is proven, see above.

[U. S. Federal Census, 24 June 1870, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, Page 718, Line 38]

HARVY, James Jr. - Age 27 years, male, white, farmer, realestate $1000, personal estate $254, born Ohio.

HARVY, Silvina -----Age 24 years, female, white, keeping house, born New York.

HARVY, Birty ------Age 4 years, male, white, born Pennsylvania.

HARVY, Judson ----Age 2 years, male, white, born Pennsylvania.

HARVY, Emma ----Age 7/12 year, female, white, born February, Pennsylvania. (Incorrect sex, this is son, Ami F. Harvey]

Living next door:

[U. S. Federal Census, 24 June 1870, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, Page 718B, Line 3]

SWEET, Louisa - Age 66 years, female, white, keeping house, personal estate $100, born Vermont.

SWEET, Moses - Age 22 years, male, white, working on farm, born New York.

Living a few houses away on same page:

[U. S. Federal Census, 24 June 1870, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, Page 718B, Line 14]

SWEET, Luther --- Age 35 years, farmer, realestate $1500, personal estate $664, born New York.

SWEET, Jane L. -- Age 29 years, keeping house, born New York.

SWEET, Lucinda - Age 9 years, born Wisconsin.

SWEET, Adda -----Age 2 years, born Pennsylvania.

 

10S. Anna Nancy TAYLOR-30988

BIRTH:

About 1851 - Pennsylvania.

[U. S. Federal Census, 25 & 26 June 1910, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 28, page 240, sheet 5A, line 45]

HARVEY, James U. - Head, male, white, age 67 years, M2, 3 years; b. Ohio, Father b. Ohio, Mother b. PA, Farmer, General Farm, owns farm.

HARVEY, Eliza - Wife, female, white, age 59 years, M2, 3 years; 11 children, 3 surviving; born PA, Father NY, Mother NY, Occupation - none.

MARRIAGE:

(1M) 1869 - ... Beers.

[Marriage Docket 2, p. 212, license 1172, Tionesta Courthouse, Forest County, PA]

States she was Mrs. Anna Nancy Beers. Parents name hard to read.

(2M) 25 September 1907 - James U. Harvey, Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania.

[Marriage Docket 2, p. 212, license 1172, Tionesta Courthouse, Forest County, PA]

 

More About JAMES U. HARVEY:

Burial: Excelsior Ch. Warren Co.

Notes for SALVINA SWEET:

BIRTH:

13 August 1840 - New York State.

[Death Certificate, No. 1342850, File No. 2, Registered No. 41, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania]

[Tombstone - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred, Township, Warren County, PA, states birth as 1840.]

DEATH:

4 April 1907 - Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Death Certificate, No. 1342850, File No. 2, Registered No. 41, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania]

Death Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 5 April 1907, p. 8, c. 4] Brevities Section.

Mrs. Sylvina Harvey, wife of James U. Harvey of the Spring Creek road, died at her home four miles north of the city at 12:10 o'clock yesterday afternoon of stomach trouble. The deceased was 66 years of age and was universally admired and respected. She is survived by four sons, Bert, Ami, Silas and Harry, and two daughters Rose and Jennie. The funeral service will be held at White Oak church and the interment will be in Excelsior cemetery.

Tombstone, Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

BURIAL:

8 April 1907 - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Death Certificate, No. 1342850, File No. 2, Registered No. 41, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania]

[Tombstone - Sylvina L Harvey 1840-1907]

 

More About SALVINA SWEET:

Burial: 08 Apr 1907, Excelsior Ch. Warren Co.

Notes for ELIZA:

1910 census says Eliza Harvey had 11 children, 7 of who were still living.

Children of JAMES HARVEY and SALVINA SWEET are:

71. i. BERT10 HARVEY, b. 12 Feb 1866, Troy Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 10 Feb 1946, Tionesta, Forest Co., Pa..

ii. JUDSON J. HARVEY, b. 24 Apr 1868, Pa.; d. 03 Jan 1907, Philadelphia, Pa.; m. BALINDA/ROLINDA MOREHEAD, 11 Apr 1893, Troy Center, Troy Twp. Crawford Co., Pa.; b. 19 Apr 1868, Pa..

Notes for JUDSON J. HARVEY:

BIRTH:

24 March 1868 - Pennsylvania.

[Tombstone, Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA]

[U. S. Federal Census, 24 June 1870, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, Page 718, Line 38]

HARVY, Judson - Age 2 years, male, white, born Pennsylvania.

[U. S. Federal 1880 Census, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania]

Source: FHL Film 1255121 National Archives Film T9-1121, Page 317C.]

Judson HARVY - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 12, Born PA, Fa: OH, Mo: NY.

[U. S. Federal Census 18 & 19 June 1900, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 51, p. 139 B]

HARVEY, Judson - Head, white, male, b. Mar. 1868, PA, Age 32 years, Married 7 years, Farmer, Father PA, Mother blank.

HARVEY, Rolinda - Wife, white, female, b. April 1868, PA, Age 32 years, Married 7 years, Father Ohio, Mother NY., mother of 0 children, 0 surviving.

MOREHEAD, Clarisa - Mother in Law, white, female, b. Dec. 1843, NY, age 57 years, mother of 1 child, 1 surviving, Father NY, Mother NY.

MARRIAGE:

11 April 1893 - Belinda/Bolinda Morehead, Troy Center, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Marriage Docket 5:464, license number 3509, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.

JUDSON E. HARVEY - white, farmer, single, residence Oil Creek Tp., Crawford County, PA, age 24 on 24 March last past.

BOLINDA E. MOREHEAD - white, occupation - none, residence Troy Tp., Crawford County, PA, age 24 on 17 April last past, single.

No. 3509, I, J. N. Mendenhall hereby certify that on the 11 day of April 1893 United in marriage in accordance with license issued by the clerk of Orphans' Court.

Signature - J. N. Mendenhall

Minister of the Gospel

[Ejectment & Miscellaneous Index, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA, A-K through 1930]

Harvey Balinda Ads Judson E. Harvey, No. 50 Nov. 1905, Divorce. Commenced Oct. 11, 1905, Determined Aug. 28, 1906

[U. S. Federal Census 18 & 19 June 1900, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 51, p. 139 B]

DEATH:

3 January 1907 - Philadelphia.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 5 January 1907, p. 8, c. 4]

J. E. Harvey, aged 38 years, died in a Philadelphia hospital Thursday night. He went there three weeks ago to secure treatment for a lingering disease with which he was afflicted. He apparently found no relief. The body will be brought here and taken to the home near Townville, where funeral services will be held Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Bert of Townville; A. F. Harvey of East Titusville; Silas and Harry of the Spring Creek road; Mrs. Rosa Murray of Vrooman and Mrs. Jennie Burroughs of Tionesta. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey, are also living on a farm on the Spring Creek road.

BURIAL:

5 January 1907 - Kingsley Cemetery, Townville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Funeral Notice, (Troy Center) Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 15 January 1907, p. 9, c. 3]

Funeral services in memory of J. W. Harvey, who died in the Philadelphia hospital, were held at his home Sunday, Jan. 5, Rev. H. K. Steel officiating. Burial followed in Townville cemetery. He is survived by his father and mother, four brothers and two sisters, all present on this occasion. Mr. Harvey had been a sufferer for a number of years. He was a good neighbor and citizen, a member of the M. E. church, ever faithful in attendance, while health permitted him, and also to the support of the church.

[Tombstone - Judson Harvey Mar. 24, 1868 - 1907]

 

More About JUDSON J. HARVEY:

Burial: Townville Cem. Steuben Crawford Co. Pa.; Quality: 372

Notes for BALINDA/ROLINDA MOREHEAD:

19 April 1868 - Pennsylvania.

[Tombstone, Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA]

[U. S. Federal Census 18 & 19 June 1900, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 51, p. 139 B]

HARVEY, Rolinda - Wife, white, female, b. April 1868, PA, Age 32 years, Married 7 years, Father Ohio, Mother NY., mother of 0 children, 0 surviving.

MARRIAGE:

11 April 1893 - Judson E. Harvey, Troy Center, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Marriage Docket 5:464, license number 3509, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.

[Ejectment & Miscellaneous Index, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA, A-K through 1930]

Harvey Balinda Ads Judson E. Harvey, No. 50 Nov. 1905, Divorce. Commenced Oct. 11, 1905, Determined Aug. 28, 1906

[U. S. Federal Census 18 & 19 June 1900, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 51, p. 139 B]

BURIAL:

Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Tombstone - Judson Harvey Mar. 24, 1868 - No death date., Belinda his wife, Apr. 19, 1868 - No death date]

 

More About BALINDA/ROLINDA MOREHEAD:

Burial: Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Center Pa.

72. iii. AMIE F. HARVEY, b. 13 Nov 1869, Oil Creek Crawford Co Pa; d. 01 Feb 1942, Oil Creek Crawford Co. Pa..

73. iv. ROSIE HARVEY, b. 17 Jun 1871, Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Center Pa.; d. 14 Jul 1952, Pa..

74. v. JANE/JENNIE L. HARVEY, b. 09 Apr 1873, Pa.; d. Aft. 14 Jul 1952.

75. vi. SILAS CHIDISTER HARVEY, b. 05 Jan 1876; d. 24 May 1943, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa..

vii. HARRY HARVEY, b. Nov 1878; d. Jan 1953, Ithaca NY.; m. NORA WHEELING.

Notes for HARRY HARVEY:

BIRTH:

November 1878 - Pennsylvania.

[1880 Federal Census, Place: Troy, Crawford, Pennsylvania]

Source: FHL Film 1255121 National Archives Film T9-1121, Page 317C.]

Harry W. HARVY - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 1, Born PA, Fa: OH, Mo: NY.

[U. S. Federal Census 9 June 1900, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, family 66, sheet B3. Enumerator Millie Kerr]

HARVEY, James - Head, male, white, farmer, born July 1842, PA, age 57 years, married 35 years. Father born Ohio, Mother born Ohio.

HARVEY, Sylvania - Wife, female, white, born August 1850, N.Y., age 49 years, married 35 years, 8 children, 7 living. Father born N.Y., Mother born Virginia.

HARVEY, Harry - Son, male, white, born November 1878, PA, age 21 years, single, Laborer. Father born PA, Mother born N.Y.

DEATH:

After 14 July 1952

[Funeral Notice, sister, Mrs. Rosa Murray, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 16 July 1952, p. 5, c. 4]

BIOGRAPHY:

Living in Ithaca, New York in July 1952, per sister Rosa Murray's obituary.

 

 

42. PERMELIA CATHERINE9 HARVEY (SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)73 was born 1844 in Pa., and died 29 Jun 1930 in Jamestown N.Y.74. She met (1) JACOB ZIMMERMAN. She married (2) ALFRED E. COLEMAN/CALLMAN75 186575. He died Abt. 188075. She married (3) LITTLEFIELD TITUS 18 Mar 1865 in Troy Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.76. He was born 18 Aug 1842 in Troy Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.77, and died Jul 1879 in Troy Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.77. She married (4) ROBERT BENDER78 22 Aug 1874 in Salem, Clarion Co., Pa.. He was born 22 Jun 1840 in Venango Boro, Crawford Co., Pa., and died 13 Nov 1923 in 29 Derby St. Jamestown, NY..

Notes for PERMELIA CATHERINE HARVEY:

At the April 1861 session of the court of Quarter Sessions Jacob Zimmerman was indicted for seduction and bastardy with Permelia Harvey (begetting a male child in May 1860,) and apparently found guilty as he moved for a new trial 13 Aug. 1861. Silas Harvey presented a bill of costs on Permelia's behalf. Silas was brought before the Grand Jury (George Leash of Troy Twp. was his surety) charged by Zimmerman with perjury, in the foregoing matter, but no indictment was returned.

Permelia is found in the Jamestown NY. city directories up to 1924. Robert is shown in the 1922 city directory, while Permelia is listed as widow of Robert in the 1924 directory.

Permelia is found in the 1930 census in Union Erie Co. Pa. listed as Catherine age 88 in the household of Victoria Cooper age 63 along with Victoria's son George H. Cooper age 37. George is listed as an electrician.

LITTLEFIELD TITUS V PERMELIA TITUS

App. Dk. 36:391, #21 August Term 1865

Petition of Littlefield Titus: married 18 March 1865 Permelia Harvey "who was deemed & reputed to be a woman of good repute"; cohabited "for about two weeks and that during that time he contracted the venerial disease (or Clapp) from her & that before her said marriage She was a prostitute & a woman of bad name & fame & that in consequence of Said disease he has been greatly Endangered in health & has been compelled to withdraw himself from her habitation," indignities to the person; signed Littlefield R titus; ack. 11 April 1865 before E Skeel, J.P. Subpoena awarded and issued to Permelia Titus 12 April 1865; returned 21 June 1865, served by leaving a copy at her residence with an adult member of the family. Plaintiff's rule to take depositions entered 31 July 1865. Depositions taken before P. Edson, J.P., at his office at Steuben 21 Aug. 1865:

MARY RUFUSBURGER: about the first of January last I was Called to See Miss Permelia Havey (now Mrs. Titus); She had at that time the Ghonorea very bad. Permelia Haveys Father came after me and he Said to me while in his Comfray that he thought by her Simptones that She might have the bad disorder; I thought by this that he meant the Ghonorea; Permelia Havey offered to pay me if I would not appear against her in Court. Signed with her mark.

ANNA KINNE: about the first of Jan last was at the Residence of Permelia Havey and found her very Sick with a Loathsome disease, and is the clothes were turned down there was a very bad Smell, unlike anything that I ever Experenced. Signed Anna M. Kinne.

Dr BYRON SMITH: Commenced giveing Littlefield Titus medesine about one month after his marriage; he had a disease called the clap. Signed Byron Smith.

WARREN TITUS: was with Littlefield Titus and worked with him Sometime before his marriage and found him to be in good health. have been acquainted with him Since and that his health has failed him. Signed Warren Titus.

© Thomas L. Yoset 1994

 

Notes for JACOB ZIMMERMAN:

April Session 1861 of the Crawford County Court of Quarter Sessions

 

20 Jacob Zimmerman; indictment [missing] for seduction and bastardy of Pamelia Harvey, male bastard child; true bill. Verdict: guilty. Motion for new trial filed 13 Aug. 1861. Attachment issued 12 Aug. 1861 for Jas. G Humes for not attending as witness. Bill of costs of Silas Harvey [undated] for Aug. term shows witnesses Silas Harvey, Pamelia Harvey, John Bly, S Baugher, O C Rice, Levina Cook [all 22 miles except O C Rice, 24 miles]. Transcript from the docket of T J Limber certified 2 April 1861: Warrant issued 2 April 1861 upon "oath of Pamely Harvey charging Defendant with begetting a child with her, she being a minor under the age of eighteen, that some time in the month of May last, he did beget her with child, and the she is now the mother of a male child, and that the said Zimmerman is its father, and that he seduced her under the promise of marriage"; deft. brought same day and posts $400 bail with Horace Wetherbee as surety. See also #2 Aug. Session 1861: Silas Harvey yeoman; indictment for perjury as witness before T. J. Limber, Esq., on complaint of Lydia [everywhere else "Lydia" crossed out and "Pamelia" substituted] Harvey for fornication and bastardy of Jacob Zimmerman with Pamelia Harvey, on the question of whether all matters of difficulty between Jacob Zimmerman and Pamelia Harvey had previously been settled and arranged; Jacob Zimmerman, pros.; wit. T J Linden, David[?] C Proper, James Chalfant, John Daugherty, Thomas Bloomfield, W Hartwell; ignoramus, the Jury direct Jacob Zimmerman pay the costs on this case, 15 Aug. 1861. Transcript shows George Leash of Troy Twp. surety for deft. Harvey and Barnhart Proper of Troy Twp. surety for Jacob Zimmerman to prosecute.

 

Notes for LITTLEFIELD TITUS:

The marriage between Littlefield and Permelia lasted only two weeks. Littlefield charged in the divorce proceedings that Catherine was a woman of the street and had inflicted him with a social desease. Littlefield Titus was a brother to Alvira/Elvira Titus Churchill, the same woman, Jane Lewis wife of Silas Harvey charged with alienation of affection in the divorce proceedings between Silas Jr. and Jane Lewis. A 1886 plat map shows Silas Harvey Jr. and Ester Dingman owning land with Alvira to the north and Giles Dingman to south.

Littlefield Titus v Permelia Titus

App. Dk. 36:391, #21 August Term 1865

Petition of Littlefield Titus: married 18 March 1865 Permelia Harvey "who was deemed & reputed to be a woman of good repute"; cohabited "for about two weeks and that during that time he contracted the venerial disease (or Clapp) from her & that before her said marriage She was a prostitute & a woman of bad name & fame & that in consequence of Said disease he has been greatly Endangered in health & has been compelled to withdraw himself from her habitation," indignities to the person; signed Littlefield R titus; ack. 11 April 1865 before E Skeel, J.P. Subpoena awarded and issued to Permelia Titus 12 April 1865; returned 21 June 1865, served by leaving a copy at her residence with an adult member of the family. Plaintiff’s rule to take depositions entered 31 July 1865. Depositions taken before P. Edson, J.P., at his office at Steuben 21 Aug. 1865:

MARY RUFUSBURGER: about the first of January last I was Called to See Miss Permelia Havey (now Mrs. Titus); She had at that time the Ghonorea very bad. Permelia Haveys Father came after me and he Said to me while in his Comfray that he thought by her Simptones that She might have the bad disorder; I thought by this that he meant the Ghonorea; Permelia Havey offered to pay me if I would not appear against her in Court. Signed with her mark.

ANNA KINNE: about the first of Jan last was at the Residence of Permelia Havey and found her very Sick with a Loathsome disease, and is the clothes were turned down there was a very bad Smell, unlike anything that I ever Experenced. Signed Anna M. Kinne.

Dr BYRON SMITH: Commenced giveing Littlefield Titus medesine about one month after his marriage; he had a disease called the clap. Signed Byron Smith.

WARREN TITUS: was with Littlefield Titus and worked with him Sometime before his marriage and found him to be in good health. have been acquainted with him Since and that his health has failed him. Signed Warren Titus.

© Thomas L. Yoset 1994

 

Child of PERMELIA HARVEY and JACOB ZIMMERMAN is:

76. i. WILLIAM (JESSE) ZIMMERMAN10 BENDER, b. 1861.

Children of PERMELIA HARVEY and ALFRED COLEMAN/CALLMAN are:

ii. VICTORIA10 CALLMAN79, b. 02 Nov 186679.

77. iii. MINNIE ADELEIDE COLEMAN, b. 10 Jun 1868, Pa..

Child of PERMELIA HARVEY and ROBERT BENDER is:

iv. EDDIE10 BENDER, Adopted child.

 

43. PERRY9 HARVEY (SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 15 May 1846 in Pa., and died 27 Dec 1924. He married JULIA LAVINA PLATT, daughter of THAYER PLATT and MARY GOODNOW. She was born 05 Apr 1849 in Ashtabula Co. Oh.80, and died 30 Sep 1934 in 5422 West Ave. Ashtabula, Ashtabula Oh.80.

More About JULIA LAVINA PLATT:

Burial: 02 Oct 1934, Richmond Twp. Oh.80

Children of PERRY HARVEY and JULIA PLATT are:

78. i. PERRY ELWIN10 HARVEY, b. 08 Jan 1870, Richmond Twp., Ashtabula Co. Oh...

79. ii. GEORGE AVERA HARVEY,RAYHARVEY, b. 23 Feb 1882; d. 11 Jun 1941.

 

44. GEORGE WASHINGTON9 HARVEY (SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Oct 1850 in Pa., and died 05 Apr 1925 in Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa.. He married ETTA PENNCILLA 1871, daughter of ESTHER PENNCILLA. She was born 16 Sep 1844 in Ontario Canada, and died 16 Mar 1923 in Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co., Pa..

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON HARVEY:

The 1880 census for Oik Creek, Crawford Co. shows Esther Pencilla, mother in law, living in George's household.

5 April 1925 Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 6 April 1925, p. 2, c. 5.]

RESIDENT OF SPRING CREEK ROAD 50 YEARS

George W. Harvey Passed Away at City Hospital Early Sunday After Brief Illness

George W. Harvey, who resided on the Spring Creek road about four miles north of the city for over fifty years, died at 5:05 a.m. Sunday at the City hospital, following an illness of a little over three weeks, during the past week of which he failed rapidly. Mr. Harvey was born in Ohio in October 1850 so was in his 75th year. He was son of Silas and Jane Harvey. When a boy he came to Crawford county. In 1871 he was married with Miss Etta Pensile, who died on March 16, 1923. To them were born five children, Mrs. Ida Buser, who died over twenty years ago, the following surviving: Albert Harvey of White City, Mrs. Arthur Johnson of St. Petersburg, Fla., Mrs. Leonard L. Sterling of this city and Henry Harvey of the Spring Creek road. There are fifteen grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. There is also one brother, Clinton Harvey of Guys Mills and two sisters, Mrs. George Coburn and Mrs. R. Bender of Jamestown, N.Y. Mr. Harvey was a member of Hydetown Grange and of the White Oak M.E. church. He had a wide acquaintance and was known as a man of strict integrity, upright character, kind in his home and obliging to his neighbors and friends. Arrangements for the funeral have not been completed, but the service will probably be held on Wednesday afternoon as it is expected that the daughter from Florida will arrive in the city on Tuesday, she planning to leave St. Petersburg last evening. The body was prepared for burial at the F.H. Flanders undertaking rooms and taken yesterday afternoon to the home of the daughter, Mrs. Sterling, Brook street.

BURIAL:

8 April 1925 - Union Cemetery, Oil Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 9 April 1925, p. 12, c. 4.]

Services in memory of George W. Harvey were conducted from the first M.E. church at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon preceded by prayer service at the home of the daughter, Mrs. Leonard L. Sterling, 225 Brook Street at 2 p.m.

Rev. Roy R. Decker, pastor of the White Oak M.E. church, which the deceased was a member for many years, officiated, assisted by Rev. J.A. Galbraith, pastor of the local church. There was a large attendance of relatives and friends and many beautiful flowers. Dr. and Mrs Galbraith, Mrs. W.B. Gilson and J. Osborn sang "When We Come to the End of the Long, Long Road," "No Disappointment in Heaven" and "Where They Never Say Goodby." Interment was in the Henderson Cemetery on the Church Run road, the following acting as pallbearers: Ambrose and Frank Sloan, Fred Wheeland, John Bedow, Daniel Lavery and Frank McGuire. Among those present from a distance were Mrs. Arthur Johnson, daughter, of St. Petersburg, Fla, Mrs. George H. Coburn, daughter, of Jamestown, Mrs. Charles Clark and Mrs. Robert Gimmel, niece of Bradford.

[Tombstone - George W. Harvey 1850-1925. Plot 13, Lot 4, grave 6.]

 

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON HARVEY:

Burial: 08 Apr 1925, Union Cemetery, Oil Creek, Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.

Notes for ETTA PENNCILLA:

DEATH:

16 March 1923 - Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary,Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 17 March 1923, p. 10, c 6.]

Mrs. Etta Pensile Harvey, wife of G. W. Harvey, died at 11:45 a.m. yesterday at the family home on the Spring Creek road, four miles north of the city, aged 78 years. She had been an invalid for thirty eight years and for the past six years had suffered with hardening of the arteries. The deceased was born in Canada on Sept. 16, 1844, and came to Titusville when a young woman. In 1871 she was united in marriage with Mr. Harvey and their entire married life of nearly fifty three years had been spent in this immediate vicinity and for forty years the family has resided on the Spring Creek road. To Mr. and Mrs. Harvey were born five children, four of whom survive as follows: Mrs. Arthur Johnson of St. Petersburg, Fla., Albert Harvey of White City, Henry Harvey of the Spring Creek road and Mrs. Florence M. Sterling of this city. A daughter, Mrs. Ida Buser, passed away several years ago. There are fourteen grandchildren and two great (grand) children. Mrs Harvey had been a life long member of the Methodist Episcopal church and was held in high esteem by all who knew her. Services in her memory will be conducted from the M.E. church at White Oak Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. O.H. Bloomster of the Hydetown M.E. church officiating and the interment will be made in the Henderson cemetery.

BURIAL:

19 March 1923 - Union Cemetery, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary,Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 17 March 1923, p. 10, c 6.]

[Tombstone - Etta Harvey 1844-1923, Plot 13, Lot 4, Grave 5]

 

More About ETTA PENNCILLA:

Burial: 19 Mar 1923, Union Cemetery, Oil Creek, Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.

Children of GEORGE HARVEY and ETTA PENNCILLA are:

i. IDA10 HARVEY, b. Abt. 1873, Pa.81; d. 17 Mar 1923; m. UNKNOWN BUSER.

80. ii. ALBERT ELMER HARVEY, b. 08 Feb 1874, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 12 Mar 1959, Titusville, Crawford Co., Pa..

iii. MABEL HARVEY, b. Sep 1880, Pa.82; m. AUTHUR JOHNSON; b. Abt. 1886, Sweden83.

iv. FLORENCE HARVEY, b. Nov 188184; m. LEONARD L. STERLING.

Notes for FLORENCE HARVEY:

BIRTH:

November 1881 - Pennsylvania.

[U.S. Census, 9 June 1900, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, family 65, sheet B3. Emumerator Millie Kerr.]

Harvey, Florence - Daughter, female, white, born November 1881 PA, age 18 years single. Father born PA. Mother born Canada.

MARRIAGE:

... Sterling.

[Obituary of Mrs Etta Pensile Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 17 March 1923, p. 10, c. 6.]

 

Notes for LEONARD L. STERLING:

BIRTH:

Place unknown.

[Full name stated in obituary of George W. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 6 April 1925,]

MARRIAGE:

Florence M. Harvey.

[Obituary of Mrs Etta Pensile Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 17 March 1923, p. 10, c. 6.]

 

81. v. HENRY C. HARVEY, b. 08 Apr 1883, Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 15 Feb 1964, Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa..

 

45. SARAH (SADIE)9 HARVEY (SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Mar 1852 in Pa.85, and died Abt. 193586. She married GEORGE COBURN Abt. 188287. He was born Aug 1836 in Oh.88, and died Bet. 1910 - 192089.

Notes for SARAH (SADIE) HARVEY:

Sadie is found living in Jamestown NY. with husband George M. Coburn in the 1900 & 1910 census. In 1920 still in Jamestown she is head of house and has nephew George Cooper age 28 living with her. She also has a boarder John Thompson in her household. In 1930 she is living as a widow next door to Permelia in Union, Erie Co. Pa.

Notes for GEORGE COBURN:

1870 census shows George H. Coburn age 34 living in Mansion Hotel in 1st ward Titusville, Crawford Co., Pa. occupation Commission Merchant.

1880 census shows Geo. Coburn age 45 living in Titusville, Crawford Co., Pa. Qccupation Refining Oil

1900 census shows George age 63 occupation is given as Manager of Standard Oil Co.

1910 census shows George age 74 occupation "own income"

Child of SARAH HARVEY and GEORGE COBURN is:

i. MARY10 COBURN90, b. 188891.

Notes for MARY COBURN:

Mary is listed as daughter of George Coburn in 1900 census. In the same census George and Sadie are shown to have been married 18 years, but Sadie is listed as childless. Sadie b. Oh. George b. Oh. Mary shows father and mother both b. Pa.

Conclusion: Mary was adopted.

 

46. JOHN C.9 HARVEY (SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 01 Oct 1856 in Pa., and died 26 Apr 1920 in Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh.. He married SARAH PLATT 12 Dec 1878 in Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Ohio, daughter of THAYER PLATT and MARY GOODNOW. She was born 10 Sep 1861 in Linesville Pa., and died 12 Dec 1922 in Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh..

More About JOHN C. HARVEY:

Burial: 29 Apr 1920, Dart Richmond Cemetery (Rockwell)

Cause of Death: Tuberculosis of Spleen and Stomach

Occupation: Farmer

Notes for SARAH PLATT:

Married by M. Bishop Esq.

More About SARAH PLATT:

Burial: 14 Dec 1922, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh.

Cause of Death: Dropsy

Children of JOHN HARVEY and SARAH PLATT are:

82. i. THAYER CHAPMAN10 HARVEY, b. 25 Apr 1881, Ashtabula Co., Ohio; d. 28 Feb 1963, Greenville Pa..

83. ii. COBURN CARL HARVEY, b. 06 Jul 1884, Ohio; d. 22 Feb 1960, New Castle, Pa..

iii. ORWELL FORRESTER HARVEY, b. 12 Oct 1887, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh.; d. 19 Jul 1888, Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh..

84. iv. JOHN L. HARVEY, b. 08 Feb 1889, Ohio; d. 16 Jan 1960.

v. MERLE HARVEY, b. 10 Sep 1893, Ohio; d. Apr 1961, Conneaut Oh.; m. HOWARD THOMPSON, Abt. 191092; b. Abt. 1887, Pa.92; d. 03 Dec 1953, Monroe Center Conneaut Oh..

Notes for HOWARD THOMPSON:

Manager Gas Station 1930 Conneaut, Ashtabula Co., Oh.

vi. ROBERT CLOY HARVEY, b. 24 Sep 1895, Ohio; d. Nov 1957, Youngstown Fla.; m. MARY PHILLIPS.

85. vii. MARK DEWEY HARVEY, b. 04 Aug 1898, Ohio; d. 19 May 1970, Spencer Hosp. Meadville Pa..

 

47. MARTHA9 HARVEY (SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Jun 1877 in Crawford Co. Troy Twp.Pa93, and died 11 Mar 1944 in Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.. She married (1) ALEXANDER TAGGART 12 May 1893 in Enterprise, Southwest Twp., Warren Co., Pa.. He was born Sep 1870 in Pa.93, and died Aft. 190093. She married (2) JOSEPH PORTER 04 Sep 1920. He was born 29 Dec 1874 in Norristown, Montgomery Co., Pa., and died 16 Jan 1950 in Muncie Ind..

Notes for MARTHA HARVEY:

[1900 Census, sheet 3-A, ED. 149, Southwest Twp., Warren Co., PA, 5-6 Jun 1900.] (See notes for her husband, Alex Taggart.)

Taggart, Alick - head, w, m, born: Sept. 1870, age: 29y, married 7y, born Pa., father born Pa., mother born Pa.

Taggart, Martha J. - wife, w, f, born: June 1877, age: 22y, married 7y, 3 kids-3 living, born Pa., father born Pa., mother born Pa.

[1910 Census, sheet A-1, E.D. 47, 97 W. Central Ave., Titusville, Crawford Co., PA, 15 Apr 1910.]

Taggart, Martha J. - head, f, w, age: 32y, married 17y, 3 kids - 3 living, born Pa., father born Ohio, mother born Pa., wash woman.

Taggart, Sadie J. - daughter, f, w, age: 16y, single, born Pa., father born Pa., mother born Pa.

Taggart, Eva May - daughter, f, w, age: 13y, born Pa., father born Pa., mother born Pa.

Taggart, Rose (I.) - daughter, f, w, age: 10y, born Pa., father born Pa., mother born Pa.

Harvey, Ester - mother, f, w, age: 56y, widow, married 16y, 4 kids - 3 living, born Pa., father born Canada, mother born Canada.

[1911 Titusville City Directory, Benson Library, Titusville, Crawford Co., PA.]

Taggart, Martha, Mrs. - 93 W. Central Ave.

[1912/1913 Titusville City Directory, Benson Library, Titusville, Crawford Co., PA.]

Taggart, Eva - tobacco stripper, res. 93 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Martha, Mrs.- boarding house, 93 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Sadie - cigar roller, res. 93 W. Central Ave.

[1915 Titusville City Directory, Benson Library, Titusville, Crawford Co., PA.]

Taggart, Eva J. - cigar finisher, res. 93 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Martha (wid. Alex) - h. 93 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Sadie - cigar finisher, res. 93 Central Ave.

[1916 Titusville City Directory, Benson Library, Titusville, Crawford Co., PA.]

Taggart, Eva M. - cigar roller, res. 305 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Martha J. - Bdg. House, 305 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Rosanna - res. 305 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Sadie J. - cigar roller, res. 305 W. Central Ave.

[1917 Titusville City Directory, Benson Library, Titusville, Crawford Co., PA.]

Taggart, Eva M. - dom. 708 N. Perry, res. 305 W. Central Ave.

" , Martha J. - (wid. Alexander), Boarding House, res. 305 W. Central Ave., h. do.

" , Rose A. - res. 305 W. Central Ave.

" , Sadie J. - cigarmakr., res. 305 W. Central Ave.

Note: 1917-1918 Titusville City Directory and Rurals:

No Taggarts. No Proper with a Martha as head or wife for the following:

Grand Valley or Eldred Tp., Warren Co., Pleasantville or Cherry Tp., Venango Co., Hydetown or Athens Tp., Crawford Co.

1919 and 1922 Titusville City Directory:

No Taggarts. No Proper with a Martha as head or wife.

MARRIAGE:

(1M) 12 March 1893 - Alexander Taggart.

[See Delayed Birth Certificate of daughter, Rose (Taggart) Bearce Over.]

[MD 2, p. 705, Warren Co. Court House, Warren, PA.] (See notes for her husband, Alex Taggart.)

(2M) 4 September 1920 - Joseph Porter.

[Joseph's obituary says they were married "here", (in Titusville).]

Named as Martha (Harvey) Taggart Porter, in MD 18, p. 587, for daughter Rose Ann Taggart, when Rose married Clyde Bearce in July 1922. (See notesfor daughter, Rose Ann Taggart.)

Note: Martha's marriage to Joseph Porter is not recorded in Crawford, Venango, or Warren County, PA.

DEATH:

11 March 1944 - Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 13 March 1944, p. 2, c. 3.]

Mrs. Martha Jane Porter, wife of Joseph Porter of Diamond, died at the Titusville hospital Saturday at 6 a.m., following an operation on Friday from which she never rallied. She had been a resident of Diamond for a number of years and was highly respected in the community. Besides the husband she leaves three daughters: Mrs. Clyde Bearce of Diamond, Mrs. Harry Gentry and Miss Eva Taggart of Muncie, Ind.; a sister, Mrs. Ida Kitelinger of Conneautville, and a brother, Charles Harvey of Tionesta; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Prayer services will be held at the late home at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, followed by services at the Diamond United Brethren church. Rev. Walter D. Black, a former pastor of the church, will officiate, assisted by Rev. L. T. Lincoln. Interment will be in the Diamond cemetery. The body will remain at the McKinley-Williams funeral home until 10 a.m. today, when it will be taken to the Diamond home, where friends may call.

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 15 March 1944, p. 5, c. 5.]

Services for Mrs. Martha Jane Porter were largley attended at 2 p.m. yesterday at the Diamond U.b. church. Rev. Walter D. Black of Cherry Creek, N.Y., a former pastor, officiated, assisted by Rev. L. T. Lincoln, present pastor. Capt. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith of the Salvation Army sang, "I Have Given Up All for Jesus" and "Jesus Savior Pilot Me", with Mrs. Mabus as accompanist. Interment was in the Diamond cemetery, with the following as pall-bearers: Ivo August, Harry Sharp, John Ribb, Ben Armstrong, Lloyd Kitelinger and Chester Skelly.

BURIAL:

14 March 1944 - Diamond Cemetery, Plum Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Tombstone - Porter, Martha J. 1879 - 1944 Until The Day Break And The Shadows Flee Away

 

More About MARTHA HARVEY:

Burial: 14 Mar 1944, Diamond Cemetery, Plum Twp. Venango Co., Pa.

Notes for ALEXANDER TAGGART:

18S. Alexander W. TAGGART-24502

BIRTH:

September 1870 -

Alexander's headstone reads: Alex Taggart 1869-1917.

Alexander's Peterson Funeral Home marker reads: Alexander Taggart 1869-1917.

Alex is not listed in the 1870 Census, enumerated 13 July, with Sylvanus Taggart, so, if Sylvanus was his father, Alex was not born until after 13 Jul 1870. If he was born in Sep 1870, then he was probably born in Venango County where Sylvanus was living during the census.

Born Clarion Co., according to Joyce Gillette Brown.

Note: Alex's midle name may be "Wilson", according to Joyce Gillette Brown.

[1900 Census, sheet 3-A, ED. 149, Southwest Twp., Warren Co., PA, 5-6 Jun 1900.]

[MD 2:705, License No. 1400, Warren County Court House, Warren, PA.]

Note: Must prove this is the right Alexander Taggart and family.

[1880 Census, FHL 1255199, NAF T9-1199, p. 420-B, Allegheny Township, Venango County, PA, 4 Jun 1880.]

Silvenus Taggart - w, m, age 39y, head, married, laborer, born PA, father born PA, mother born PA.

Nancy J. " - w, f, age 37y, wife, married, keeping house, born PA, father born PA, mother born PA.

Amanda M. " - w, f, age 13y, daughter, single, at home, born PA, father born PA, mother born PA.

Magarett J. " - w, f, age 11y, daughter, single, born PA, father born PA, mother born PA.

Elexander W. " - w, m, age 8y, son, single, born PA, father born PA, mother born PA.

Nathan I. " - w, m, age 6y, son, single, born PA, father born PA, mother born PA.

Mary E. " - w, f, age 2y, daughter, born PA, father born PA, mother born PA.

[1900 Census, sheet 3-A, ED. 149, Southwest Twp., Warren Co., PA, 5-6 Jun 1900.]

Taggart, Alick - head, w, m, born: Sept. 1870, age: 29y, married 7y, born Pa., father born Pa., mother born Pa.

Taggart, Martha J. - wife, w, f, born: June 1877, age: 22y, married 7y, 3 kids-3 living, born Pa., father born Pa., mother born Pa.

Taggart, Sada J. - daughter, w, f, born: Apr 1894, age: 6y, single, born Pa., father born Pa., mother born Pa.

Taggart, Evie - daughter, w, f, born: Jan 1897, age: 3y, single, born Pa., father born Pa., mother born Pa.

Taggart, Rose - daughter, w, f, born: June 1899, age: 11/12, single, born Pa., father born Pa., mother born Pa.

Harvey, Esther A. - mother-in-law, w, f, born: Jan 1854, age: 46y, married 28y, 7 kids - 5 living, born Pa., father born Canada (Eng.), mother born Canada (Eng.).

Note: Martha and her three girls and her mother, Esther Harvey, are in the 1910 Census, but Alex is not listed. See the Census in Martha's notes.

[1907/1908 Titusville City Directory, p. 136, Benson Library, Titusville, Crawford Co., PA.]

Taggart, Alexander (Martha, laborer, h. 123 W. Spruce pl.

[1909 Titusville City Directory, p. 126, Benson Library, Titusville, Crawford Co., PA.]

Taggart, Alexander, (Martha) laborer, h. 97, W. Central Ave.

[1909/1910 Titusville City Directory, Benson Library, Titusville, Crawford Co., PA.]

Taggart, Alexander - (Martha), laborer, h. 97, W. Central Ave.

[1911 Titusville City Directory, Benson Library, Titusville, Crawford Co., PA.]

Taggart, Martha, Mrs. - 93 W. Central Ave.

[1912/1913 Titusville City Directory, Benson Library, Titusville, Crawford Co., PA.]

Taggart, Eva - tobacco stripper, res. 93 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Martha, Mrs. - boarding house, 93 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Sadie - cigar roller, res. 93 W. Central Ave.

[1915 Titusville City Directory, Benson Library, Titusville, Crawford Co., PA.]

Taggart, Eva J. - cigar finisher, res. 93 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Martha (wid. Alex) - h. 93 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Sadie - cigar finisher, res. 93 Central Ave.

[1916 Titusville City Directory, Benson Library, Titusville, Crawford Co., PA.]

Taggart, Eva M. - cigar roller, res. 305 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Martha J. - Bdg. House, 305 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Rosanna - res. 305 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Sadie J. - cigar roller, res. 305 W. Central Ave.

[1917 Titusville City Directory, Benson Library, Titusville, Crawford Co., PA.]

Taggart, Eva M. - dom. 708 N. Perry, res. 305 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Martha J. - (wid. Alexander), Boarding House, res. 305 W. Central Ave., h. do.

Taggart, Rose A. - res. 305 W. Central Ave.

Taggart, Sadie J. - cigarmakr., res. 305 W. Central Ave.

NOTE:

No Taggarts in 1910 Census, Southwest Twp., Warren Co., PA.

No Taggarts in 1910 Census, Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co., PA.

Alexander Taggart not in 1910 Census, Titusville, Crawford County, Pa.

No deeds in Crawford Co. or Warren Co. Court Houses for Alex or Martha Taggart.

No wills in Crawford Co. or Warren Co. Court Houses for Alex or Martha Taggart.

No delayed birth certificates for any Taggarts in Warren Co. Court House.

No index cards for Alex Taggart or Martha (Taggart) Porter in Warren Library or Warren Co. Historical Society, nor in Titusville Library.

No marriage for Martha Taggart (or Harvey) to a Porter in Warren Co. Court House.

No year-end death notice for Alex Taggart in 1917 in Titusville Herald.

(There doesn't seem to be a year-end listing for 1914/1915.

MARRIAGE:

12 May 1893 - Martha Jane Harvey.

[MD 2:705, License No. 1400, Warren County Court House, Warren, PA.]

On this 10th day of May A.D. 1893, appeared Mr. Alexander W. Taggart and Miss Martha J. Harvey and applied for a license for the marriage of Mr. Alexander W. Taggart, a resident of the City of Titusville, County of Crawford, State of Pa., aged 22 years, to Miss Martha J. Harvey, a resident of Enterprise, County of (blank), State of Pa., aged 16 years, being a minor the consent of Silas and Estranna Harvey, parents.

Married on 12 May 1893 at Enterprise, Pa., by M. T. Dibble, Justice of the Peace.

NOTE:

[Lunacy Divorce Injunction Index, No. 30, Sept. 1904, Warren Co. Court House, Warren, PA.]

A. W. Taggart Issued July 29, 1904

Libellant Petition or Libel in divorce filed.

vs. Subpoena awarded July 19, 1904 by

Martha J. Taggart A. T. Hackney A. J.

Respondant Subpeona issued July 29, 1904.

Att'y: 3.00 Returnable to first Monday of Sept. next. Tax & Pro. Att'y Pd. 1.00

Pro Putnam

(There is no more information, so it appears that they did not get a divorce. They were still living together in 1910, see Titusville Directory, above. They don't seem to be together from 1911 on, see 1911-1917 Titusville Directories above.)

DEATH:

1914/1917 -

Wife Martha is first listed as a widow in 1915 Titusville Directory, see her notes. Alex is listed in Enterprise Cemetery index at Warren Co. Historical Society with the dates, 1870-1917. Alex's headstone reads: 1869-1917.

[Deaths of Titusville, Pa., 1879-1917.]

Searched from 1900-1917 for all Taggarts and did not find any.

[Departmennt of Health, Division of Vital Records, Commonwealth of Pa., July 2002.]

NO RECORD CERTIFICATION for Alexander W. Taggart. Place of Death: Southwest Twp., Warren Co., Pa. Date of Death: 1917.

The Division of Vital Records certifies that no original record of this death is registered.

Note: It is assumed that Vital Records searched the entire year of 1917 without finding a record of Alex's death. He may have died in either 1915 or 1916, or may have died in Crawford County, Pa., or even elsewhere.

BURIAL:

1917 - Enterprise Cemetery, Southwest Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

Alexander's headstone reads: Alex Taggart 1869-1917.

Alexander's Peterson Funeral Home marker reads: Alexander Taggart 1869-1917.

INFORMATION:

Alex may "not" be a son of George & Martha Taggart because in Irene's obituary, she died 27 Sep 1913, are listed four surviving brothers: Sylvester, William, Allen and Milton. No mention of Alex who did not die until 1914/1917.

 

More About ALEXANDER TAGGART:

Burial: Bet. 1914 - 1917

Notes for JOSEPH PORTER:

18S. Joseph PORTER-25650

BIRTH:

29 December 1874/1875 - Norristown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary states 29 December 1874.]

[Tombstone reads 1875-1950.]

MARRIAGE:

4 September 1920 - Martha Jane Harvey (Mrs. Taggart.)

[Obituary: Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 17 January 1950, p. 3, c. 6]

DEATH:

16 January 1950 - Muncie, Indinia.

[Obituary: Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 17 January 1950, p. 3, c. 6]

Joseph Porter, 75, died at 12:35 a.m. yesterday at the home of his step-daughter, Mrs. Harry Gentry, and Mr. Gentry of Muncie, Ind., where he had been making his home. Born near Norristown, Pa., on Dec. 29, 1874, Mr. Porter was a son of William and Sarah Porter. He came to Titusville in 1920 and on Sept. 4 of that year he married Mrs. Martha Taggart of Titusville here. Mrs. Porter died on March 11, 1944. Besides Mrs. Gentry the deceased leaves the following other step-daughters: Mrs. Raymond Buis of Muncie and Mrs. Clyde J. Bearce of Titusville. Four step-grandchildren and four step-great-grandchildren also survive.

Mr. Porter was employed by the Universal Cyclops Steel Corp. for 25 years, retiring five years ago, after which he went to Muncie to make his home. He was a member of the Diamond Grange. The body will arrive at the E. A. Peterson funeral home this forenoon and friends may call there. Services will be conducted Wednesday at 2:30 p.m., Rev. Harry Andorf of the Diamond E.U.B. church officiating. Interment will be beside the wife in the Diamond cemetery.

BURIAL:

18 January 1950 - Diamond Cememetery, Plum Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania

[Obituary: Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 17 January 1950, p. 3, c. 6]

[Tombstone - Joseph Porter 1875 - 1950 Until The Shadows Flee Away

 

More About JOSEPH PORTER:

Burial: 18 Jan 1950, Diamond Cemetery, Plum Twp. Venango Co., Pa.

Children of MARTHA HARVEY and ALEXANDER TAGGART are:

86. i. SADIE JANE10 TAGGART, b. 15 Apr 1892.

ii. EVIE TAGGART, b. 1895; m. RAYMOND BUIS.

Notes for EVIE TAGGART:

no children

87. iii. ROSEANNE TAGGART, b. 28 Jun 1899, Enterprise, Southwest Twp. Warren Co., Pa.; d. 08 Mar 1966, Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa..

 

48. CHARLES9 HARVEY (SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 1879 in Crawford Co. Troy Twp Pa, and died Aft. 27 Jul 194694. He married MYRTLE UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1881 in Pa.95, and died 23 Jun 1938.

Children of CHARLES HARVEY and MYRTLE UNKNOWN are:

i. WARREN10 HARVEY, b. 1908, Tionesta Pa. Forest Co..

ii. RUSSELL HARVEY, b. 1912, Tionesta Pa. Forest Co..

iii. ROLLA HARVEY, b. 1916, Tionesta Pa. Forest Co..

 

49. IDA9 HARVEY (SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Apr 1882 in Pineville, Southwest Twp. Warren Co. Pa., and died 08 Nov 1950 in Meadville, Crawford Co. , Pa.. She married HERBERT A. KIGHTLINGER 01 Jan 190096, son of ABRAHAM KIGHTLINGER and VIOLA MOORE. He was born 1881 in Goodwill Hill Southwest Twp., Warren Co., Pa.97, and died 21 Jun 1958 in Meadville, Crawford Co. , Pa..

Notes for IDA HARVEY:

20. Ida Mae HARVEY-24500

BIRTH:

About 1881 - Pineville, Southwest Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 9 November 1950, p. 5, c. 4.]

MARRIAGE:

1 January 1900 - Herbert Kightlinger

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 9 November 1950, p. 5, c. 4.]

DEATH:

8 November 1950 - Meadville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 9 November 1950, p. 5, c. 4.]

Mrs. Ida Harvey Kightlinger, aged 69, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Margaret Smith, at Meadville at 6:45 a.m. Wednesday. She had been ill for the past year and became much worse on Monday. Mrs. Kightlinger was born near Pineville, a daughter of Silas and Esther Harvey, being the youngest of four children, all of whom preceded her in death. On Jan. 1, 1900, she was married to Herbert Kightlinger of Mt. Hope, who survives, with the following children: Glen Kightlinger of Mt. Hope, Myrl Kightlinger of Youngsville, Mrs. Genevieve Shorts and Mrs. Margaret Smith of Meadville with whom she made her home for the past twenty years. There are several grandchildren The body was removed to the Roofner funeral home on Chestnut street, Meadville, where friends may call and where services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in the Greendale cemetery.

BURIAL:

11 November 1950 - Greendale Cemetery, Meadville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 9 November 1950, p. 5, c. 4.]

 

More About IDA HARVEY:

Burial: 11 Nov 1950, Greendale Cemetery, Meadville, Crawford Co., Pa.

Notes for HERBERT A. KIGHTLINGER:

20S. Herbert KIGHTLINGER-24503

BIRTH:

About 1875 - Goodwill Hill, Southwest Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 23 June 1958, p. 5, c. 4]

MARRIAGE:

1 January 1900 - Ida Harvey

[Obituary, Ida (Harvey) Kightlinger, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 9 November 1950, p. 5, c. 4.]

DEATH:

21 June 1958 - Meadville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 23 June 1958, p. 5, c. 4]

Herbert Kightlinger, 83, formerly of Titusville, died about 2:30 a.m. Saturday at the home of one of his daughters in Meadville. Mr. Kightlinger had been an oil well drilling contractor most of his life. He moved to Meadville five years ago. He was born on Goodwill Hill, North of Enterprise, the son of Abraham and Viola Moore Kightlinger. He leaves two sons, Glen Kightlinger of Titusville and Merle Kightlinger of Youngsville; two daughters, Mrs. Genevieve Shorts and Mrs. Margaret Blair, both of Meadville; two grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Lena Drake of Grand Valley, Mrs. Minnie Foot of Gresham and Mrs. Carrie Harvey of Titusville, RD 2; and one brother, LaVerne Kightlinger of Titusville. He was preceded in death by four sisters and three brothers. The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Kennedy Funeral Home in Meadville. Burial will be in Cheney Cemetery, near Enterprise.

BURIAL:

23 June 1958 - Cheney Cemetery, Southwest Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 23 June 1958, p. 5, c. 4]

 

More About HERBERT A. KIGHTLINGER:

Burial: 23 Jun 1958, Cheney Cemetery, Southwest Twp., Warren Co. Pa.

Children of IDA HARVEY and HERBERT KIGHTLINGER are:

i. GLEN10 KIGHTLINGER, b. 16 Jul 1902, Warren Co., Pa.98; d. 18 Nov 1973; m. ROSE ADAMS, 1954.

Notes for GLEN KIGHTLINGER:

BIRTH:

16 July 1902 - Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 19 November 1973, p. 5, c. 6]

MARRIAGE:

1954 - Rose Adams.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 19 November 1973, p. 5, c. 6]

DEATH:

18 November 1973 - Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 19 November 1973, p. 5, c. 6]

Glen Kightlinger, 71, of 104 S. Kerr St., died suddenly at Titusville Hospital Sunday at 1:35 p.m. He was born July 16, 1902 in Warren County, the son of the late Herbert and Ida Mae Harvey Kightlinger. He married Rose Adams in 1954. He was a welder for many years and was employed by Bryan Hardware Store. He was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. He is survived by his wife; one brother, Merle Kightlinger of Youngsville; two sisters, Margaret M. Blair, Franklin, and Mrs Genevieve Harkless of Meadville. Several nieces and nephews also survive. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by the Raymond W. Arnold Funeral Home.

BURIAL:

21 November 1973 - Cheney Cemetery, Southwest Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 20 November 1973, p. 5]

Friends of Glenn Kightlinger may call at the Raymond W. Arnold funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 and attend the funeral service there at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in the Cheney Cemetery.

 

ii. GENEVEIVE KIGHTLINGER, b. Abt. 191299; m. (1) SHORTS; m. (2) HARKLESS.

Notes for GENEVEIVE KIGHTLINGER:

MARRIAGE:

... Shorts

[Obituary, Ida Kightlinger, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 9 November 1950, p. 5, c. 4.]

 

69S. SHORTS-24514

MARRIAGE:

Genevieve Kightlinger

[Obituary, Ida Kightlinger, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 9 November 1950, p. 5, c. 4.]

 

 

iii. MERLE KIGHTLINGER, b. Abt. 1914100.

iv. MARGARET KNIGHTLINGER, b. Abt. 1916101; m. (1) SMITH; m. (2) BLAIR.

 

50. CASSIUS DARIUS9 BRITTON (RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)102 was born 20 Feb 1844 in Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh103, and died 10 Apr 1909 in Linesville, Pine Twp. Crawford Co., Pa.. He married RACHEL LOUSIA MOREHEAD 23 Feb 1870 in Crawford Co., Pa., daughter of WILLIAM MOREHEAD and CLARINDA HAVENS. She was born 23 Aug 1847 in Pa.103, and died 07 Apr 1924 in Rouse Home, BrokenstrawTwp. Warren Co., Pa..

Notes for CASSIUS DARIUS BRITTON:

REFN: 6886

"Ashtabula County Ohio History - Then and Now" by the Ashtabula

H istorical Society (1985): It says that Cassius was a Civil War veteran.

[Desc endants of Richard Britton Sr, James Kenepp]

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, April 15, 1909, p. 8, c. 5.]

C. D. Britton, a resident of Neiltown, died April 10 at Linesville, in the western part of this county. His death was sudden and very unexpected, as he had been in his usual health. He was born at Richmond, O., on Feb. 20, 1845. He was a veteran soldier, serving in the One Hundred and Twenty Fifth Ohio volunteer infantry. He was a member of the G. A. R. and was quite widely known in this community. He is survived by his widow and by two children, Mrs. Glen Dibble and Mrs. Daniel Sutton. Funeral services in his remembrance were held yesterday and interment was made in Bethel cemetery.

 

[U.S. Census 1 June 1900, Southwest Township, Warren County PA, family 14, daughters Minnie and Mamie E. state father

born Ohio, mother born PA.]

[U.S. Census 9 June 1880, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, family 134, page 14.]

Britton, Darius C. - w, m, 35 years, farmer, born Ohio, father born NY, mother born PA.

Britton, Rachael --- w, f, 28 years, wife, keeping house, born PA, father born PA, mother born PA.

Britton, Maggie --- w, f, 7 years, daughter, at school, born PA, father born Ohio, mother born PA.

Britton, Minnie ---- w, f, 5 years, daughter, at school, born PA, father born Ohio, mother born PA.

Britton, Mary ----- w, f, 5/12 year January, daughter, born PA, father born Ohio, mother born PA.

MARRIAGE:

23 February 1870 - Rachael Louisa Morehead, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Darius' Pension records.]

[Darius' Marriage Certificate.] (Original Certificate in possession of Larry M. Sutton, great-grandson.)

This Certifies,

That Derius (sic) Britton of Troy and Rechel (sic) L. Morehead of Troy township were united in the bonds of marrriage on Wednesday the 23 day of February 1870 conformably to the Ordinance of God, and the Laws of the State of Pennsylvania by ___.

Witness: (can't read.)

Witness: Mary Morehead.

Note: There is a US Pension Office stamp on the back of the Certificate, dated 7 Jul 1909. After Darius' death, Rachel used

the Certificate as proof of marriage in order to receive a widow's pension from Darius' civil war time.

DEATH:

10 April 1909 - Linesville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Certificate of Death, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, July 3, 2001]

File No. 36154

Registration No. 427

New Castle, Pennsylvania

CASSIUS DARIAS BRITTON

Place of death - Borough of Linesville, Crawford County, PA.

Male

White

Date of birth - Feb. 20, 1845

Age - 64y 1m 21d

Married

Born - Ohio

Retired

Name of Father - James N. Britton

Father born - New York

Maiden name of mother - Rachel Harvey

Mother born - Pa.

Informant - Chas. A. Britton, Linesville, Pa.

Date of death - Apr. 10, 1909.

Place of burial - Titusville.

Date of Burial - Apr. 14, 1909.

I herby certify that I attended deceased from Apr. 6, 1909 to Apr. 10, 1909, that I last saw him alive on Apr. 10, 1909, and that death occurred on the date stated above at 7 p.m. The cause of death was as follows: Influenza followed by Phelbitis. Contributary - Heart.

Signed: M. C. Carpenter(?).

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, April 15, 1909, p. 8, c. 5.]

C. D. Britton, a resident of Neiltown, died April 10 at Linesville, in the western part of this county. His death was sudden and very unexpected, as he had been in his usual health. He was born at Richmond, O., on Feb. 20, 1845. He was a veteran soldier, serving in the One Hundred and Twenty Fifth Ohio volunteer infantry. He was a member of the G. A. R. and was quite widely known in this community. He is survived by his widow and by two children, Mrs. Glen Dibble and Mrs. Daniel Sutton. Funeral services in his remembrance were held yesterday and interment was made in Bethel cemetery.

BURIAL:

14 April 1909 - Union Cemetery, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Tombstone - Cassius D. Britton 1844-1909]

[Union Cemetery Records, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, caretaker Elwin Kerr, Plot 13-3, Grave 6]

MILITARY RECORDS:

Files of Larry M. Sutton

Note: Darius' brother, John C. Britton, was killed during the Civil War, 26 Nov 1863, at Mission Ridge, TN, age 21y.

[Crawford County Department of Veteran's Services, Courthouse, Meadville, PA.]

(May 15, 1996 - Veteran's Master File Inquiry.)

Key Field: CWCDB2

Britton, Cassius D., address: Linesville, PA 16424, service No: CWCDB2. Enlisted date: 10/16/1862, place ?

Discharged date: 10/16/1865, place ?

Type of Discharge: H (Honorable)

Branch of Service: USA, Sex: M, Organization: Co. B 125th Regt. Ohio Inf.

Rank: Pvt., Birth Date: 02/20/1845, Birth Place: Ashtabula Co., OH.

Children under 18: No, Marital status: Married, Previously married: No.

Combat Veteran: Yes, P.O.W.: No., Pension: No., Compensation %: None.

Deceased: Yes, Date of Death: 04/10/1909, Place: Linesville, PA.

Cemetery Code: 38-3, Union Cemetery, Oil Creek Twp., Lot: 003, Stone: F, Flag Holder: Yes.

[National Archives, Washington, DC: Military record of Darius Britton.] (In possession of Larry M. Sutton.)

Co. B, 125th Reg't. Ohio Infantry, Company Descriptive Book, Darius Britton. Description: Age: 18 years; height: 5 ft. 6 1/4 inches; Complexion: fair; Eyes: Brown; Hair: Dark; Where born: Ashtabula, Ohio; Occupation: farmer.

Enlistment: When: Oct 16, 1862.

Where: Camp Cleveland.

By whom: Capt. A. Yeoman.

Term: 3 years.

Remarks: Was wounded in battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.

[Muster roll.]

Darias Brittain. Priv. Joined Capt. Yeoman's Co., 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Age 18 years. Enlisted, 16 Oct 1862, at Camp Cleveland, O., for 3 years.

Bounty paid, $25.00; Premium paid $2.00. Next roll on file dated Feby. 28/63.

Darius Britten. Priv. Co. B, 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated Feb 28, 1863: Present.

Darius Britten. Priv. Co. B, 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated Ap'l. 10, 1863: Present.

Dariuis Brittain. pr. Co. B, 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated March & April 1863: Present.

(Roll torn. Name supplied from "present coloumn".)

Darius Britten. Priv. Co. B, 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated May & June, 1863: Present.

Darius Britten. Priv. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated July & Aug., 1863: Present.

Darius Brittain. Priv. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated Sept. & Oct., 1863: Absent - Remarks: Absent with leave. Wounded at battle of Chickamauga, (GA). In hospital at Nashville. Left Reg't. Sept. 20th, 1863.

Darius Brittin. Priv. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated Nov. & Dec., 1863: Absent - Remarks: Absent with leave. Wounded at "Chickamauga". Left Reg't Sept. 20th, 1863.

Darius Brittin. Priv. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Vol. Muster roll dated Jan. & Feb., 1864: Absent - Remarks: Absent with leave. Wounded at Chichamauga. Left Reg't Sept. 20, 1863.

Darius Britten. Priv. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated Mch. & Apl., 1864: Present.

Darius Britten. Priv. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated May & June, 1864: Present.

Darius Britten. Priv. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated July & Aug., 1864: Present.

Derias Britten. Priv. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated Sept. & Oct., 1864: Absent - Remarks: Detached. Div. Teamster since Sept. '23d', 1864.

Derias Britten. Priv. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated Nov. & Dec., 1864: Absent - Remarks: Detached. Division Teamster by special orders No. '219', Gen'l. Newton, since Sept. '21', 1864.

Derias Britten. Priv. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated Jan. & Feb., 1865: Absent - Remarks: Detached. Division Teamster by special orders No. '214', Sept '21', 1864.

Derias Britten. Priv. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Muster roll dated Mch. & Apl., 1865: Absent - Remarks: Detached. Teamster 2d, Div. 4th A.C., since Sept. '21', 1864.

Darius Britton. Priv. Co. 'C' 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Detachment muster roll dated May & June, 1865. Station: Nashville, Tenn., Present.

Remarks: Formerly belonged to Co. B, 125 Ohio Inf. Transferred to Co. C, by S.O. #104 Hd.Qr's. 2 Div., 4 A.C. Detached as Mounted Orderly to Office Asst. Coms'y. Musters 2 Div. 2 A.C.

Derius Britten. Priv. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Co. Muster-out roll dated Nashville, Tenn., June 20, 1865. Last paid to: April 30, 1865.

Clothing account: Last settled: Never settled. Drawn since: $170.32.

Bounty paid: $25.00. due: $75.00.

Transferred to Co. "C" 125 O.V.I. by Special Order No. 104 H'd Qrs, 2d, Div. 4 A.C. As it appears on roll.

Dedrius C. Britton. Pvt. Co. B 125 Ohio Vol. Inf. Muster roll dated July & Aug., 1865. Station: Nashville, Tenn. Present.

Remarks: Formerly belonged to Co. B, 125 OVI. transf. to Co. C, per S.O. #104 on acct. of M.O. of Co. B. Retained as Recruit. Detached as Mounted Orderly to office of Asst. Coms'y. of Muster 2 Div. 4 A.C.

(Not taken up on rolls of Co. C. See Detachment Muster-out roll Oct. 16, 1865.)

Darius Britton. Pvt. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. Age 18 years. Detachment Muster-out roll.

Col. Ohio. Oct. 16, 1865. Muster-out date: Oct 16, 1865. Last paid to: Aug. 31, 1865. Clothing account: drawn since, $124.02. due soldier, $29.79.

Bounty paid: $25.00. due, $75.00.

Remarks: Promoted Sergt. June 18, 1865. Mustered out by reasons of expiration of term of service.

Darius Brittain. Pvt. Co. B 125 Reg't Ohio Inf.

Appears on RETURNS as follows:

Sept. 1863 to Feb. 1864, Absent. Wounded at Chickamagua, left in hospital at Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 20, '63.

Sept. 1864 to May 1865, Absent. Detatched Div. teamster since Sept. 20, '64. June 1865 Loss June 15, '65, Nashville, Tenn., Mustered out in obedience to orders from War Dept. dated May 29, 1865.

*Also known as C.I. & C.D.

[National Archives, Washington, D.C.: Pension records of Darius Britton.] (In possession of Larry M. Sutton.)

Nov. 19, 1891.

Military Service.

Name of Soldier: Darius Britton, No. 1051.631, Nov. 17, 1891.

Enlisted Oct. 16, 1862, and served as a ____ in Co. B, 125 Reg't Ohio Inf. and was discharged at Columbus, Ohio, on Oct. 16, 1865.

War Dept. Record of Pension Div., Nov. 19, 1891.

The rolls show that Darius Britton was enrolled Oct. 16, 1862, and M.O. (?as pt.?) Oct. 16, 1865. (seal) Nov. 20, 1891.

The National Archives Cert. No. 685209.

Pensioner: Rachel L., widow of Darius Britton.

Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Pensions, Washington, D.C. Jan. 20, 1894

(seal) US Pension Office, Jan. 24, 1894.

Record and Pension Office, War Department. Commissioner of Pensions.

Darius Brittain, Co., Yoeman's, 125 Reg't. Ohio Inf., was enrolled Oct. 16, 1862, and M.O. Oct. 16, 1865, as of Co. B - 125 Ohio Inf. to which designation was charged prior to Feb. 25/63.

Borne also as Darius Britton.

From En., 186_, to Ano., 186_, he held the rank of Pvt., and during that period the rolls show him present except as follows...Oct. 31/63, absent with leave. Wounded at battle of Chickamauga. In Hosp. at Nashville. Left Regt. Sept. 20, 1863. Same to Feb. 29/64. Oct. 31/64, absent detached Div. teamster since Sept. 23, 1864. Same to Apr. 30, 1865.

The medical records show him treated as follows:

As Cassius D. Britton, Pv., Co. B. 125 Ohio, Sept. 24 to Oct. 13, '63, V.S. scalp f. wd. bullet slgt. (diagnosis also shown as "V.S.L., fore finger & thumb"): as C.D. Britton, &c, Oct. 13, '63, Gunshot wound on top of head: as Dennis C. Brittian, & c, Feb. 13, '64 (no diagnosis), ret'd to duty.

Nothing additional found.

Declaration for Invalid Pension.

Penna., Crawford Co., 24 March, 1894, for Darius Britton aged 50 years, a resident of the city of Titusville, county of Crawford, state of Pa., declares that he is the identical Darius Britton who enrolled on the 16th day of Oct., 1862, in Co. B, 125 Ohio Vol., in the service of the United States in the war of the rebellion and was honorably discharged at Columbus, Ohio, on the 16th day of Oct., 1865. That he is partially unable to earn a support by manual labor by reason of wound of scalp, disease of _____ (?spine?) and disease of eyes, hemorrhoids with protrusion of the bowels.

Aug. 27, 1898, Bureau of Pensions. (seal) Oct. 6, 1898.

Mr. Darius Britton, Co. B, 125 Reg't, OH Inf.

Are you married?

Yes. Rachel L. Britton. Maiden name: Morehead.

Where, when & by whom were you married?

Feb. 23, 1870, Blooming Valley, by Wm. H. Hunter, J.P.

What record of marriage exists?

Marriage Certificate.

Were you previously married?

No.

Have you any children living? State names and dates of birth.

Minnie Belle Britton, born July 24, 1874.

Mary Britton, born Jan. 6, 1880.

signed: Darius Britton.

Declaration For An Original Invalid Pension.

Pa., Crawford Co, 4 Sept. 1907. Filed by Reuben E. Taft, J.P.

Darius Britton aged 53 years, was enrolled as a Private on the 16th day of Oct. 1862, in Co. B, of the 125th Regt., of Ohio Inft. Vols., commanded by Capt. A, Yoemans and was honorably discharged at Columbus O. on the 16th day of Oct. 1865; that his personal discription is as follows: age 18 years; height 5 feet 6 1/4 inches; complexion fair; hair dark; eyes brown. That while in the line of duty, at Chickamauga, Ga., in the state of Georga (sic), on or about the 20th day of Sept., 1863, while in battle, was wounded on the top, or near the top of the head. It was of such concussion that he was knocked insensable for some time. Also, while at the battle of Kenesaw Mountain, June 27th, 1864, he was hit in the back of the neck, or a little to the right of the face or neck, with a piece of stone, one that had been thrown by explosion of a shell. This time he was literally covered by stones, fell down, and was quite badly injured. That for the wound to the head, he was sent to the General Hospital at Nashville, Tenn., No. one. Was there from about the last of Sept. for some weeks. For the injury to the neck he was only treated by the Regt. Surgeon, Dr. McHenry, now deceased.

Claims pension for the effects of both wound and injury, an affliction of head, eyes and face.

Current residence of Darius Britton: Pleasantville, Venango Co, Pa.

(seal) Sep. 12, 1907.

Att'y. Fay F. Root, Kinsman Ohio.

General Affidavit, Pa., Venango Co., application for pension of Darius Britton, late of Co. B, 125th, Ohio Vols.

On this 31st day of Oct., 1907, Darius Britton, aged 63 years, a resident of Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa., R.F.D. 7o. 3.

Partial statement of Darius Britton:

I cannot now produce affidavit of the Regt. Surgeon, Dr. McHenry, who treated me for my injury to the back of my neck, for the reason that said Surgeon McHenry is deceased. The commissioned officers of my Co. are deceased, or none are to be had to testify to the facts, unless it be Lieut. Hulse. He was originally of my Co. but was later attached to another Co., he however was in a position to know the facts I think, that day I was hit. It is true that said Surgeon, Dr. McHenry did treat me for said injury, and as I was unconscious at the time, or immediately after being hit, I only remember that the Dr. seemed to have taken me to Regt. hospital himself. I regained myself rapidly, and was off duty, and I think in the Regt. hospital four days, then reported to the Dr. some after that.

At the time the injury was received, our Co. was intrenched behind a temporary breast-works, when a shell from the enemy came and struck a large stone, throwing it against my neck. Comrades on the spot at the time I think 'are' William R. Fitch, Albert Mathews, and Lieut. Richard K. Hulse.

I fully believe now that my said injury, and the wound in the head, or both, have caused the very serious trouble with my head and eyes. My eyes are now very bad, so much so I cannot write or read of any account.

(signed) Darius Britton. (seal) Nov. 8, 1907.

General Affidavit, Pa, Crawford Co, application for pension of Darius Britton, of Co. B, 125th Regt., Ohio Vols., a comrade of mine.

Testimony of William R. Fitch, Sergent, Co. B, 125th Regt., Ohio Vols., age 76y 4 Nov., 1907. (Agreed with Darius' story of injury at Kenesaw Mt.) (seal) Nov. 8, 1907.

Statement of Dr. J.M. Lupher, M.D., Pleasantville, Pa., June 30, 1908.

I was called four years ago to prescribe for Darius Britton. He was suffering from severe pain in right eye and right side of head with loss of sensation in fingers and toes and loss of taste (or partial loss of same).

His right eye has been removed since with no abatemant of above symptoms. Sight in left eye is very poor. He has but little use of body in general. I attribute his whole trouble to wounds received while in the Civil War.

I have no interest in the prosecution of this except - the fact - that this is needy and able to do no manual labor whatever and no means of support.

(signed) J.M. Lupher, M.D. (seal) Aug. 11, 1908.

General Affidavit, Pa., Crawford Co., application for pension of Darius Britton of Co. B. 125th Ohio Vols. war of 1861-5. 1 Aug 1908, (statement of) Darius Britton, aged 64 years, resident of Pleasantville, Venengo Co, PA. (stated in part)...That as long as twenty-five or possibly thirty years, he had trouble in head and neck, so severe then he had more or less treatment for it by his home Doctors, Bailey ans Nason. That both of those doctors are now deceased, so he cannot now produce their evidence.

1 Aug 1908, Statement of Villaroy Whitford, aged 58 years, resident of Oil Creek Twp., Crawfrod Co., PA.

That affiant has been well and personally acquainted with the claimant for the past Thirty years, and has worked with him a great deal during that time, and that he has known the Claimant to suffer all the time with his neck and head and very frequently has had to quite work for a few days and sometimes would be unable to do anything at all for weeks at a time.

Also knows that about four years the claimant's life was dispaired of for a long time, finally culminating in the removal of the right eye, the other being badly effected, and since then he has not been able to work..(seal) 11 Aug 1908.

Kinsman Ohio, Aug 10, 1908.

Commissioner of Pensions,

Washington, D.C.

Dear Sir:

Referring to Invalid claim No. (Ctf. 909.736) of Darius Britton, Co. B 125th Ohio Vols. and to your letter of May 4th last, admitting a rate of six dollars for wound of head, and rejecting his claim on account of injury to neck, I beg to say:

I hand you evidence for consideration, with view of re-opening one or both claims, and I think the facts and evidence warrant it...(seal) 11 Aug 1908. (statement in part.)

Declaration For Widow's Pension, Pa., Warren Co., 21 April 1909.

Rachel L. Britton, aged 58 years, residence: Neiltown, Forest Co, PA.

(Her statement of proof of marriage) (seal) 26 Apr 1909.

9 Jun 1909, statement of George W. Harvey, aged 58 years, Oil Creek Twp., that he knows Darius and Rachel were married on 23 Feb 1870, and that Darius died on April 10, 1909.

(signed) George W. Harvey (seal) 7 Jul 1909.

(Justice of the Peace) Rob't A. Kerr.

12 Jun 1909, statement of Ben Wescoat, aged 50 years, resident of Oil Creek Twp., (same statement as George Harvey).

(signed) Ben Wescoat (seal) 7 Jul 1909.

(Justice of the Peace) Rob't A. Kerr.

12 Jun 1909, statement of Rachel L. Britton, aged 58 years, resident of Harmony Twp., Forest Co, Pa.

(Marriage certificate as proof of marriage).

(signed) Rachel L. Britton. (seal) 7 Jul 1909.

(Justice of the Peace) Rob't A. Kerr.

[Official Roster of Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866, Cincinnati: The Ohio Valley Press, 1888.]

Co. B, 125th Regt Ohio Vol Inf:

Enlisted -- Oct 16, 1862, at Camp Cleveland, OH.

Wounded __ Sept 20, 1863, in battle of Chickamauga, GA.

Returned -- March 1864, from hospital to Regt.

Injured __ June 27, 1864, in battle of Kenesaw Mt., GA.

Detached -- Sept 20/211, 1864, to Co. C, 2d Div. Teamsters, 4th A.C.

Discharged -- Oct 16, 1865, at Columbus, OH, on expiration of term of service.

Official list of battles of 125th Regt Ohio Vol Inf:

9 Mar 1863 - Franklin, TENN.

19-20 Sep 1863 - Chickamauga, GA. (Darius wounded, bullet top of head.)

25 Nov 1863 - Mission Ridge, TENN. (Darius' brother, John, killed.)

16-17 Jan 1864 - Dandridge, TENN. (Darius returned to Regt., March 1864.)

5-9 May 1864 - Rocky Face Ridge, GA.

13-16 May 1864 - Resaca, GA.

17-18 May 1864 - Adairsville, GA.

27 May 1864 - New Hope Church, GA.

9-30 Jun 1864 - Kenesaw Moutain, GA. (Darius injured, shell debris.)

18 Jun 1864 - Big Shanty, GA.

20 Jul 1864 - Peach Tree Creek, GA.

28 Jul - 2 Sep 1864 - Atlanta, GA. (Siege of.)

31 Aug - 1 Sep 1864 - Jonesboro, GA.

2-6 Sep 1864 - Lovejoy Station, GA. (Darius detached Co. C, Sep 20, 1864.)

29 Nov 1864 - Spring Hill, TENN.

30 Nov 1864 - Franklin, TENN.

15-16 Dec 1864 - Nashville, TENN.

INFORMATION:

[Funeral records of Stevens & Gram, Linesville, PA, in possession of Larry M. Sutton.]

Note: Accuracy of funeral records of War service are in question, dates and places do not agree with official records.

Accuracy of Andersonville Prison in question also. Veteran's Master File, Crawford Co., Courthouse (see above), states he was NOT a P.O.W.

Civil War History of Cassius Darius Britton:

(Brown eyes. Dark hair. Fair complexion. 5' 6" tall.)

21 Aug 1862 - enlisted, age 18y 6m. (Apparently in a PA Regt. ??)

16 Oct 1862 - enlisted, Co B, 125 Regt, Ohio Inf. Volunteers.

Battles:

17 Sep 1862 - Antietam, MD.

13 Dec 1862 - Fredericksburg, VA. Wounded: Bullet creased top of head, leaving a silver streak in his hair.

5&6 May 1864 - Wilderness, VA.

10 May 1864 - Po River, VA.

12 May 1864 - Spotsylvania Heights, VA.

19 May 1864 - North Anna, VA.

1,2&3 Jun 1864 - Cold Harbor, VA.

16 Jun 1864 - Petersburg, VA. Captured. ?Taken to Andersonville Prison?

Prison release:

28 Apr 1865 - Was a prisoner for 10m 12d and spent most of that time in Andersonville Prison, GA.

Discharges:

18 May 1865 - At Harrisburgh, PA.

16 Oct 1865 - At Columbus, OH. Age 21y 7m 26d. Pvt.

Note: Andersonville Prison, 1864/1865, had 45,000 prisoners; 12,900 died.

BIOGRAPHY:

Darius Britton, a farmer, was known for his beautiful penmanship. About 1870, he married Rachel L. Moorehead. They lived in Venango and Armstrong Counties, where they raised three daughters, Maggie, Minnie and Mary. In March 1909, Darius' father, James Britton, became ill and passed away on March 26, 1909, in Richmond Center, Ashtabula County, OH. His funeral was held in Linesville, Crawford County, PA. Darius lived near Neiltown, Venango County, Pa., at that time and walked to Linesville to attend his father's funeral. The winter weather took its toll and Darius came down with pneumonia. He died at Linesville, April 10, 1909, fifteen days after his father's death. Darius' body was returned by train to Titusville, Pa., where a funeral was held and he was buried at Union Cemetery, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pa.

 

More About CASSIUS DARIUS BRITTON:

Military service: Civil War104,105

Notes for RACHEL LOUSIA MOREHEAD:

BIRTH:

23 August 1847 - Pennsylvania.

[U.S. Census 1 June 1900, Southwest Township Warren County, PA, family 14, daughters Minnie and Mamie E. state father born Ohio, mother born PA.]

[U.S. Federal Census, 7th June 1860, Woodcock Township, Crawford County, PA, Page 1229, Dwelling 219, Family 215, Post Office - Blooming Valley.]

MOREHEAD, Rachel - Age 9 years, female, born Penna.

[U.S. Census 9 June 1880, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, family 134, page 14.]

Britton, Rachael - white, female, 28 years, wife, keeping house, born PA, father born

[U. S. Federal Census 1920, sheet, Pleasantville, Venango County, PA, sheet 1A]

DIBBLE, Glen L. - head, male, white, age 46y (born 1874?), married, born PA, father born PA, mother born (?).

DIBBLE, Minnie B. - wife, female, white, age 45y, married, born PA, father born Ohio, mother born (?).

DIBBLE, Marion E. - son, male, white, age 21y, single, born PA, father born PA, mother born PA.

BRITTON, Rachel L. - mother-in-law, female, white, age 68y, widowed, born PA, father born US, mother born (?).

MARRIAGE:

23 February 1870 - Cassius Darius Britton, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Darius' Pension records.]

[Darius' Marriage Certificate.] (Original Certificate in possession of Larry M. Sutton, great-grandson.)

DEATH:

7 April 1924 - Rouse Hospital, Brokenstraw Township, Warren, County, Pennsylvania.

[CERTIFICATE OF DEATH, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, 3 JULY 2001]

Registered No. 44234

Primary District No. 889, New Castle, Pennsylvania

Rachel L. Britton,

Place of death - Rouse Hospital, Brokenstraw Township, Warren, County, PA. Female

White

Widowed

Occupation - None

Date of birth - August 22, 1849 (1850 was written over by 1849) Age - 74y 7m 16d

Born - Penna

Name of Father - (Blank) Moorhead

Father born - New England,

Maiden name of Mother - Lucinda (looks like) Hastings Mother born - New England.

Informant - M. Brady, Youngsville, Pa.

Date of death - April 7, 1924.

Date of burial - 4/10/24.

Place of burial - Union Cemetery.

I hereby certify that I attended deceased from Dec. 20, 1923, to Apr. 7, 1924, that I last saw her alive on Apr. 4, 1924, and that death occurred on the date stated above at 8:45 p.m. Length of residence: 0y 3m 23d. Former residence: Enterprise, Pa.

Undertaker - F.H. Flanders, Titusville.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 10 April 1924, p. 6, c. 5.]

Mrs. Rachel Morehead Britton died at 9:15 p.m., April 7, 1924, following an illness of several months. She was 74 years of age and since the death of her husband about fifteen years ago had made her home with her two daughters, Mrs. D. D. Sutton of White Oak and Mrs. Glenn Dibble of Pleasantville. Mr. and Mrs. Britton were for many years residents of Crawford county. The body was taken to the undertaking parlors of F. H. Flanders, where services in her memory will be conducted this (Thursday) afternoon at 1 o'clock and the interment will be made in the Henderson cemetery. [Name changed to Union Cemetery]

BURIAL:

10 April 1924 - Union Cemetery, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Burial Notice, Titusville Herald, Titusville, PA, Friday, 11 April 1924, p. 3, c. 5.]

Services in memory of Mrs. Rachel Britton were conducted at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon at F.H. Flanders undertaking parlors. Rev Roy R. Decker, pastor of Hydetown M.E. Church officiating. Mrs. J.B. Gilson and Mrs. J. Albert Galbraith sang "God Will Take Care of You" and "Abide With Me". The interment was made in Henderson Cemetery, members of the family acting as pallbearers.

[Tombstone - Rachel L. Britton 1849-1924]

[Union Cemetery Records, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, caretaker Elwin Kerr, Plot 13-3, Grave 1]

 

More About RACHEL LOUSIA MOREHEAD:

Burial: 10 Apr 1924, Union Cemetery, Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.

Children of CASSIUS BRITTON and RACHEL MOREHEAD are:

i. MAGGIE10 BRITTON, b. Abt. 1872106; d. Jun 1890, Spring Creek Rd., Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co., Pa..

88. ii. MINNIE BRITTON, b. 24 Jul 1874, Townville, Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 28 Jul 1954, Titusville Hospital, Titusville Pa..

89. iii. MARY ELLA BRITTON, b. 06 Jan 1880, White Oak, Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 29 Feb 1972, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa..

 

51. NEWTON N9 BRITTON (RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)107 was born 03 Jun 1846 in Richmond Twp, Ashtabula, OH108,109, and died 27 Jun 1922 in Conneaut, Ashtabula, OH110,111. He married ANNETTE AMELIA LESTER 05 Oct 1871 in Conneautville, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.. She was born 1849 in Ny., and died 1908.

Notes for NEWTON N BRITTON:

 

 

 

BIRTH:

3 June 1846 - Richmond Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio.

[Jeanne (Britton) Workman.]

[1880 Census, Place: Piermont, Ashtabula, Ohio, Source: FHL Film 1254992 National Archives Film T9-0992, Page 552C.]

Newton W. BRITTON - Head, Male, Married, White, Age 33, Born OH, Occ: Working Box Factory, Fa: NY, Mo: PA.

Nettie A. BRITTON - Wife, Female, Married, White, Age 31, Born NY, Occ: Keeping House, Fa: NY, Mo: NY.

John H. BRITTON - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 7, Born OH, Fa: OH, Mo: NY.

Rolla N. BRITTON - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 5, Born PA, Fa: OH, Mo: NY.

Ella F. BRITTON - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 4, Born OH, Fa: OH, Mo: NY.

Anta B. BRITTON - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 1, Born OH, Fa: OH Mo: NY.

MARRIAGE:

5 October 1871 - Annette (Kittie) Amelia Lester. (Ohio.)

[Crawford County (PA) Journal, 12 Oct 1871, p. 2, c. 4.]

Newton was from Linesville, Pa., Annette from Ohio.

DEATH:

27 June 1922 - Conneaut, Ohio.

[Jeanne (Britton) Workman.]

INFORMATION:

Newton Britton lived in Ashtabula and later in Conneaut, OH, where he died.

[Jeanne (Britton) Workman.]

 

Notes for ANNETTE AMELIA LESTER:

BIRTH:

About 1849 - New York.

[Jeanne Britton Workman.]

[1880 Census, Place: Piermont, Ashtabula, Ohio, Source: FHL Film 1254992 National Archives Film T9-0992, Page 552C.]

(See notes for her husband, Newton N. Britton.)

Newton W. BRITTON - Head, Male, Married, White, Age 33, Born OH, Occ: Working Box Factory, Fa: NY, Mo: PA.

Nettie A. BRITTON - Wife, Female, Married, White, Age 31, Born NY, Occ: Keeping House, Fa: NY, Mo: NY.

MARRIAGE:

5 October 1871 - Newton N. Britton.

[Crawford County (PA) Journal, Meadville, 12 Oct 1871, p. 2, c. 4.]

Annette is referred to as "Kittie".

Children of NEWTON BRITTON and ANNETTE LESTER are:

i. JOHN H.10 BRITTON, b. Abt. 1873, Oh..

ii. ROLLA A. BRITTON, b. Abt. 1875, Pa..

iii. ELLA LOUISE BRITTON, b. Abt. 1876, Oh.; d. 11 Jun 1895, Conneaut, Oh..

iv. ANTA B. BRITTON, b. Abt. 1879, Oh..

 

52. THEODOCIA ADELINE9 BRITTON (RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)111 was born 30 Dec 1848 in Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh., and died 11 Nov 1943 in Hasson Heights, Oil City, Venango Co., Pa. She married (1) WALLACE D. ROCKWELL. He was born Abt. 1849 in Oh., and died Bef. 12 Jun 1900. She married (2) REV. MILES TUPPER. He died 1924.

Notes for THEODOCIA ADELINE BRITTON:

[Britton.FTW]

REFN: 6889

BIRTH:

30 December 1848 - Richmond Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio

[Obituary, The News Herald, Oil City, Pa., Thursday, 11 Nov 1943, p. 11, c. 1.]

[1880 Census, Place: Richmond, Ashtabula, Ohio, Source: FHL Film 1254992 National Archives Film T9-0992, Page 571C.]

(See notes for her husband, Wallace D. Rockwell.)

Wallace D. ROCKWELL - Head, Male, Married, White, Age 31, OH, Occ: Laborer, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

Adaline ROCKWELL - Wife, Female, Married, White, Age 28, Born OH, Occ: Keeping House, Fa: NY, Mo: OH.

[1900 Census, p. 7, Pine Twp., Crawford Co., PA]

Ada Rockwell, age 51y, widow, born Dec 1848, OH, 4 kids - 3 living,

father b. NY, mother b. PA.

(Living with her parents.)

MARRIAGE:

(1M) - Wallace D. Rockwell. (Wallace died before 12 Jun 1900, see 1900 Census.)

[1880 Census, see above.]

(2M) - Rev. Miles Tupper.

[Addie's obituary, see below.]

[In obituary for Addie's sister, Ruth Thayer, Addie is named as, "Mrs. Addie Tupper of Hasson Heights, Oil City", in Mar 1940.]

Note: There are no marriages in Venango County Court House, Franklin, PA, for Rockwell or Tupper.

DEATH:

11 November 1943 - Age: 94y 10m 12d.

[Obituary, The News Herald, Oil City, Pa., Thursday, 11 Nov 1943, p. 11, c. 1.]

Mrs. Addie Tupper, 94, died at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. P. W. Rockwell, Grand View Road, Hasson Heights, early this morning. Mrs. Tupper was born Dec. 30, 1848, at Richmond, O. She was the widow of the late Rev. Miles Tupper, who was serving as pastor of the Methodist Church at Eldred, Pa. (Note: This may be the Eldred in Eldred Twp., McKean Co., east of Bradford, Pa.), at the time of his death in 1924. Following her husband's death, Mrs. Tupper came to Oil City and has since resided here. She was a member of the Methodist Church of Eldred. Surviving are her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Rockwell, 11 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. The grandchildren from this city include Francis and James Rockwell and Mrs. L. E. Hidinger, also Staff Sgt. Perry Rockwell and Pvt. Wallace Rockwell, who are stationed with the armed forces in England.

Funeral services will be conducted at the family home Saturday and interment will be in Grove Hill Cemetery.

BURIAL:

13 November 1943 - Grove Hill Cemetery, Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, The News Herald, Oil City, Pa., Thursday, 11 Nov 1943, p. 11, c. 1.]

Note: Addie Tupper is not listed in the Grove Hill Cemetery Index at Franklin, Pa. library.

INFORMATION:

Addie lived in Armstrong and Venango Co's., PA.

 

Notes for WALLACE D. ROCKWELL:

BIRTH:

About 1849 - Ohio

[1880 Census, Place: Richmond, Ashtabula, Ohio, Source: FHL Film 1254992 National Archives Film T9-0992, Page 571C.]

Wallace D. ROCKWELL - Head, Male, Married, White, Age 31, OH, Occ: Laborer, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

Adaline ROCKWELL - Wife, Female, Married, White, Age 28, Born OH, Occ: Keeping House, Fa: NY, Mo: OH.

Lula E. ROCKWELL - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 4, Born OH, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

Edgar ROCKWELL - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 14, Born OH, Occ: At Home, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

Lillian ROCKWELL - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 8, Born OH, Occ: Attending School, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

William P. ROCKWELL - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 6M, Born OH, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

Note: Living next door to Wallace and Adaline were Clarasy and her daughter, Florance Rockwell, unknown so far.

[1880 Census, Place: Richmond, Ashtabula, Ohio, Source: FHL Film 1254992 National Archives Film T9-0992, Page 571C.]

Clarasy ROCKWELL - Self, Female, Widow, White, Age 62, Born PA, Occ: Keeping House, Fa: NH, Mo: NH.

Florance ROCKWELL - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 19, Born OH, Occ: At Home, Fa: NY, Mo: PA.

Note: Also living next door to Wallace and Adaline were Clarasy and her daughter, Florance Rockwell, unknown so far.

[1880 Census, Place: Richmond, Ashtabula, Ohio, Source: FHL Film 1254992 National Archives Film T9-0992, Page 571C.]

John ROCKWELL - Self, Male, Married, White, Age 60, Born OH, Occ: Farmer, Fa: CT, Mo: CT.

Anna E. ROCKWELL - Wife, Female, Male, White, Age 55, Born NY, Occ: Keeping School (sic), Fa: NY, Mo: NY.

Charles LAMAR - Other, Male, Widowed, White, Age 40, Born NY, Occ: Laborer, Fa: NY, Mo: NY.

MARRIAGE:

Adeline Theodicia Britton

[1880 Census, Place: Richmond, Ashtabula, Ohio, Source: FHL Film 1254992 National Archives Film T9-0992, Page 571C.]

DEATH:

Before 12 June 1900 -

[See 1900 Census for James Britton. Ada was "widowed" and had 4 kids - 3 living.]

Children of THEODOCIA BRITTON and WALLACE ROCKWELL are:

i. EDGAR WALLACE10 ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1866, Oh.; d. Aft. 02 Nov 1933.

ii. LILLIAN ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1872, Oh..

iii. LULU E. ROCKWELL, b. Dec 1875, Oh.; d. Aft. 02 Nov 1933; m. UNKNOWN KIRKWOOD.

90. iv. PERRY WILLIAM ROCKWELL, b. 22 Nov 1879, Richmond Twp., Ashtabula Co. Oh..; d. 02 Nov 1933, Rouseville, Cornplanter Twp. Venango Co., Pa..

 

53. JAMES BRADLEY9 BRITTON (RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)111 was born 23 Dec 1850 in Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh., and died 09 Nov 1932 in Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Oh.. He married LAURA ANN GIBBS 1870 in Richmond Twp., Ashtabula Co., Oh., daughter of GEORGE GIBBS and MARY WATERS. She was born 1853, and died 1916.

Notes for JAMES BRADLEY BRITTON:

[Britton.FTW]

REFN: 6890

26. James Bradley BRITTON-28249

BIRTH:

23 December 1850 - Richmond Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio.

[Birth date from Jeanne (Britton) Workman.]

[1880 Census, Place: Cherry Valley, Ashtabula, Ohio, Source: FHL Film 1254992 National Archives Film T9-0992, Page 347C.]

James B. BRITTON - Head, Male, Married, White, Age 28, Born OH, Occ: Farm Laborer, Fa: NY, Mo: PA.

Laura G. BRITTON - Wife, Female, Married, White, Age 27, Born OH, Occ: Keeping House, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

Edna B. BRITTON - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 8, Born OH, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

Maude L. BRITTON - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 5, Born OH, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

Clate BRITTON - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 3, Born OH, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

James BRITTON - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 6M, Born OH, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

MARRIAGE:

1870 - Laura Ann Gibbs.

[Marriage date from Jeanne (Britton) Workman.]

DEATH:

9 November 1932 - Richmond Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio. Age: 81y m d.

[Death date from Jeanne (Britton) Workman.]

BURIAL:

November 1932 - Richmond Center Cemetery, Richmond Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio.

INFOMATION:

James was born in 1850, in Richmond Twp., OH. He spent most of his life there. He was a carpenter and a quiet man, fond of reading. James died in 1932, in Richmond Twp., OH. He and his family attended North Richmnod Methodist Church.

[From Jeanne (Britton) Workman.]

 

Notes for LAURA ANN GIBBS:

BIRTH:

6 June 1852/1853 -

[Birth date from Jeanne (Britton) Workman.]

[1880 Census, Place: Cherry Valley, Ashtabula, Ohio, Source: FHL Film 1254992 National Archives Film T9-0992, Page 347C.]

(See notes for her husband, James B. Britton.)

[1880 Census, Place: Cherry Valley, Ashtabula, Ohio, Source: FHL Film 1254992 National Archives Film T9-0992, Page 347C.]

James B. BRITTON - Head, Male, Married, White, Age 28, Born OH, Occ: Farm Laborer, Fa: NY, Mo: PA.

Laura G. BRITTON - Wife, Female, Married, White, Age 27, Born OH, Occ: Keeping House, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

MARRIAGE:

1870 - James Bradley Britton.

[Marriage date from Jeanne (Britton) Workman.]

DEATH:

11 January 1916 -

[Death date from Jeanne (Britton) Workman.]

Children of JAMES BRITTON and LAURA GIBBS are:

i. EDNA BELONA10 BRITTON, b. 11 Sep 1871; m. BERTIE W. PECK, 04 Oct 1888.

91. ii. MAUDE LORAIN BRITTON.

92. iii. CLAYTON AUVERN BRITTON.

93. iv. JAMES NEWTON BRITTON, b. 11 Nov 1879, Cherry Valley, Ashtabula Co., Oh.; d. 14 Sep 1957, Ashtabula Hospital, Ashtabula Oh.,.

v. GEORGE WALTON BRITTON, b. 05 Dec 1883; d. Aug 1888.

94. vi. JOSETTE JANE BRITTON, b. 04 Mar 1885; d. 15 Dec 1980, Ashtabula, Ashtabula Co., Oh.

95. vii. WILLIAM ROY BRITTON, b. 03 Oct 1888; d. 13 Dec 1943, Ashtabula Co. OH..

 

54. RUTH EDNA9 BRITTON (RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)111 was born 10 Aug 1856 in Richmond Twp., Ashtabula Co. Oh.., and died 27 Mar 1940 in Akron Ohio. She married PARKER MARIUS THAYER 15 Mar 1876 in Linesville, Crawford Co. Pa., son of DANIEL THAYER and SOPHRONA BARTLETT. He was born 1853, and died 1944.

Notes for RUTH EDNA BRITTON:

[Britton.FTW]

REFN: 6892

BIRTH:

August 1856 - Ohio.

[1880 Census, Place: Linesville, Crawford, Pennsylvania, Source: FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 221B.]

(See notes for her husband, Parker M. Thayer.)

P. M. THAYER - Head, Male, Married, White, Age 26, Born PA, Occ: Mason, Fa: VT, Mo: CAN.

Ruth E. THAYER - Wife, Female, Married, White, Age 23, OH, Occ: Keeping House, Fa: OH, Mo: PA.

[U. S. Federal Census 1 June 1900, Lexington Township, Starke County, Ohio, ED 124, page 238A]

THAYER, Parker M. - Head, m, w, b. Dec. 1855 Ohio, Age 45 years, M1, 24 years, Supt. Telephone, Father OH, Mother Canada.

THAYER, Ruth E. - Wife, f, w, b. Aug. 1856 Ohio, Age 43 years, M1, 24 years, Traveling Electrician, 7 children, 7 surviving, Father NY, Mother PA.

[U. S. Federal Census April 1910, Oil Creek Township, Venango County, PA, Bug Town Road, ED 188, page 268, line 29]

THAYER, Ruth E. - Mother in law, f, w, Age 54 years, M1 34 years, b. Ohio, Father NY, Mother PA.

[U. S. Federal Census, 2 & 3 January, Norton Township, Summit County, Ohio, ED 256, Sheet 2B, Line 56]

THAYER, Ruth E. - Wife, w, f, age 63 years, born Ohio, Father NY, Mother PA.

MARRIAGE:

15 March 1876 - Parker M. Thayer.

[Evening Republic, Meadville, Crawford County, PA, 24 March 1876, p. 1, c. 4]

DEATH:

27 March 1940 - Akron, Ohio.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 29 March 1940, p. 3, c. 3]

Mrs. Charles M. Bauer of near Pleasantville received word of the death of her mother, Mrs. P. M. Thayer of Akron, O., Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Thayer had been suffering from heart trouble for the past year. She leaves her husband, P. M. Thayer, and the following children: Garland Thayer, Mrs. Alfred Erder, Solon Thayer and Mrs. Lloyd Sheppard, all of Akron, O.; Mrs. Ralph Dibble of Ravenna, O., Herman Thayer of Conneaut, O., Mrs. Charles M. Bauer of Pleasantville; one brother, Charles A. Britton of Linesville; one sister, Mrs. Addie Tupper of Hasson Heights, Oil City. She also leaves twenty grandchildren, fifteen great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Funeral will be this afternoon at 2 o'clock from her home, 961 Victory street, Akron, O. A picture of Mrs. Thayer with five generations of her family was carried in The Herald on March 20.

BURIAL:

29 March 1940 -

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 29 Mar 1940, p. 3, c. 3]

Probably buried near Akron, OH.

 

Notes for PARKER MARIUS THAYER:

BIRTH:

December 1855 - Ohio

[U. S. Federal 1880 Census, Linesville, Crawford, Pennsylvania]

FHL Film 1255119, National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 221B

P. M. THAYER - Head, Male, Married, White, Age 26, Born PA, Occ: Mason, Fa: VT, Mo: CAN.

Ruth E. THAYER - Wife, Female, Married, White, Age 23, OH, Occ: Keeping House, Fa: OH, Mo: PA.

Willie B. THAYER - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 3, Born PA, Occ: At Home, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

Heman D. THAYER - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 1, Born PA, Occ: At Home, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

F. J. KILE - Other, Male, White, Age 22, Born OH, Occ: Mason, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

[U. S. Federal Census 1 June 1900, Lexington Township, Starke County, Ohio, ED 124, page 238A]

THAYER, Parker M. - Head, m, w, b. Dec. 1855 Ohio, Age 45 years, M1, 24 years, Supt. Telephone, Father OH, Mother Canada.

THAYER, Ruth E. - Wife, f, w, b. Aug. 1856 Ohio, Age 43 years, M1, 24 years, Traveling Electrician, 7 children, 7 surviving, Father NY, Mother PA.

THAYER, Will B. - Son, w, m, b. June 1876 Ohio, Age 24 years, single, Traveling Electrician, Father Ohio, Mother Ohio.

THAYER, Herman A. - Son, m, w, b. Feb. 1879 Ohio, Age 21 years, single, Traveling Electrician, Father Ohio, Mother Ohio.

THAYER, Anna R. - Daughter, f, w, b. Oct. 1882 Ohio, Age 17 years, single, At school, Father Ohio, Mother Ohio.

THAYER, Ida W. - Daughter, f, w, b. June 1884 Ohio, Age 15 years, single, At school, Father Ohio, Mother Ohio.

THAYERGarland P. - Son, m, w, b. July 1891, Ohio, Age 8 years, single, At school, Father Ohio, Mother Ohio.

THAYER, Minnie R. - Daughter, f, w, b. Jan. 1895 Ohio, Age 5 years, single, Father Ohio, Mother Ohio.

THAYER, Solon C. - Son, m, w, b. Aug. 1899 Ohio, Age 9/12 year, single, Father Ohio, Mother Ohio.

[U. S. Federal Census April 1910, Oil Creek Township, Venango County, PA, Bug Town Road, ED 188, page 268, line 29]

BAUER, Charles - Head, m, w, Age 27 years, marr. 5 years, farmer, b. PA, Father Germany, Mohter Germany.

BAUER, Ida M. - Wife, f, w, Age 25 years, marr. 5 years, 3 children 1 surviving, Father Ohio, Mother Ohio.

BAUER, Dorothy M. - Daughter, f, w, Age 1 9/12 years, single, b. PA, Father PA, Mother PA.

THAYER, Parker M. - Father in law, m, w, Age 56 years, M1 34 years, b. Ohio, Father Vermont, Mother Canada.

THAYER, Ruth E. - Mother in law, f, w, Age 54 years, M1 34 years, b. Ohio, Father NY, Mother PA.

THAYER, Garland - Brother in law, m, w, Age 18 years, single, b. Ohio, Father Ohio, Mother Ohio.

THAYER, Ruth M. - Sister in law, f, w, Age 16 years, single, b. PA, Father Ohio, Mother Ohio.

THAYER, Solon C. - Brother in law, m, w, Age 10 years, single, b. Ohio, Father Ohio, Mother Ohio.

THAYER, Pauline M. - Sister in law, f, w, Age 8 years, b. Ohio, Father Ohio, Mother Ohio.

[U. S. Federal Census, 2 & 3 January, Norton Township, Summit County, Ohio, ED 256, Sheet 2B, Line 56]

THAYER, Parker M. - Head, w, m, age 66 years, born Ohio, Father Vermont, Mother Canada.

THAYER, Ruth E. - Wife, w, f, age 63 years, born Ohio, Father NY, Mother PA.

THAYER, Pauline M. Daughter, w, f, age 17 years, born Ohio, Father Vermont, Mother PA.

MARRIAGE:

15 March 1876 - Ruth E. Britton, Linesville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Evening Republic, Meadville, Crawford County, PA, 24 March 1876, p. 1, c. 4]

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 29 Mar 1940, p. 3, c. 3]

DEATH:

After 27 March 1940 -

[Obituary, Ruth E. Thayer, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 29 Mar 1940, p. 3, c. 3]

RESEARCH:

Note: This Solan Thayer lived near Parker Thayer in the 1880 Census, unsure who he is, but may be a brother - 10 years older.)

[1880 Census, Place: Linesville, Crawford, Pennsylvania, Source: FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119 , Page 221A.]

Solan THAYER - Self, Male, Married, White, Age 36, Born OH, Occ: Brickmaker, Fa: OH, Mo: CAN.

Adelia THAYER - Wife, Female, Married, White, Age 39, Born OH, Occ: Keeping House, Fa: VT, Mo: VT.

Ada B. THAYER - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 10, Born MN, Occ: At Home, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

John J. THAYER - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 6, Born PA, Occ: At Home, Fa: OH, Mo: OH.

Children of RUTH BRITTON and PARKER THAYER are:

96. i. WILLIAM BURT10 THAYER, b. Jun 1876, Oh.; d. 1920.

97. ii. HERMAN D. THAYER, b. Feb 1879, Oh..

98. iii. ANNA R. THAYER, b. 12 Oct 1882, Ashtabula Co. OH.; d. 24 Jan 1970, Guys Mills Crawford Co., Pa..

99. iv. IDA MAE THAYER, b. 11 Jun 1884, Linesville, Pine Twp. Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 09 Oct 1954, Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa..

v. GARLAND P. THAYER, b. Jul 1891, Oh..

vi. MINNIE R. THAYER, b. Jan 1895, Oh.; m. ALFRED ERDER.

vii. SOLON C. THAYER, b. Aug 1899, Oh.; d. Aft. 24 Jan 1970.

viii. PAULINE M. THAYER, b. Abt. 1902, Oh.; m. LLOYD SHEPARD.

 

55. CHARLES E9 BRITTON (RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)111 was born 04 Oct 1865 in Richmond Twp, Ashtabula, OH112,113, and died 1942 in Linesvile, Crawford, PA114,115. He married (1) CARRIE LOURIE GRAY 28 Jun 1888, daughter of ALANSON GRAY and CARRIE DUBOIS. She was born 1866, and died 02 Sep 1889. He married (2) EMMA L. CORREY 01 Jun 1893 in Conneatville, Ashtabula Co., Oh.. She was born 1869.

Notes for CHARLES E BRITTON:

BIRTH:

4 October 1865 -

[1880 Census, Place: Linesville, Crawford, Pennsylvania, Source: FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 221B.]

(See notes for his father, James M. Britton.)

Charlie F. BRITTON - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 14, Born OH, Occ: At Home, Fa: NY, Mo: PA.

MARRIAGE:

(1M) - Carrie Gray. (Carrie died 2 Sep 1889 - See MD 5, below.)

(2M) 1 June 1893 - Emma L. Corey.

[Crawford County Journal, Meadville, PA, 15 Jun 1893, p. 8, c. 4.]

[MD 5, p. 500, Lic #3581, Crawford County Court House, Meadville, PA.]

Charles Britton - Age 27y on 4 Oct 1892, resident of Linesville Boro, a carpenter, one previous marriage (died) 2 Sep 1889. Married to Emma at Conneautville by Rev. Nash.

DEATH:

1942 - Age:

INFORMATION:

Charles was the Informant for Darius Britton's Death Certificate and lived in Linesville in April 1909.

Also lived at Linesville, PA, in 1917, according to Viola & Ruby Sutton.

 

Notes for CARRIE LOURIE GRAY:

DEATH:

2 September 1889

[See MD 5, p. 500, Lic #3581, Craw Co Crt Hs, Meadville, PA, for the 2nd marr of Charles A Britton. He states his 1st wife died, 2 Sep 1889]

 

Notes for EMMA L. CORREY:

Emma L. CORREY-32250

BIRTH: 1869 -

[MD 5, p. 500, Lic #3581, Craw Co Crt Hs, Meadville, PA]

MARR: 1 Jun 1893 - Charles A Britton

[MD 5, p. 500, Lic #3581, Craw Co Crt Hs, Meadville, PA]

Emma - Age 23y, resd of Conneaut Twp, Crawford Co, PA, 1st marr.

 

Child of CHARLES BRITTON and EMMA CORREY is:

i. EMORY W.10 BRITTON, b. 07 May 1906; d. 23 Jun 1983; m. FRANCES L. WOODWARD, 18 May 1925, Westfield, Chautauqua Co., Ny.; b. Abt. 1906; d. Aft. 1983.

 

56. CLARINDA (CLARA)9 HARVEY (NATHAN8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Sep 1851 in Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.116, and died 01 May 1916 in Painseville, Lake Co. Oh.. She married ISAAC (NEWTON) PALMER 10 Nov 1869 in Painesville, Lake Co. Oh..

Children of CLARINDA HARVEY and ISAAC PALMER are:

i. DEREATH10 PALMER.

ii. WILLARD PALMER.

 

57. CHARLES KRALE9 HARVEY (NATHAN8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 27 Jul 1859 in Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.116, and died 22 Apr 1926 in Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.116. He married MARY A. LYONS 31 Aug 1886 in Muncie, Deleware Co. Ind..

More About CHARLES KRALE HARVEY:

Burial: 23 Apr 1926, Evergreen Cemetery Painesville, Oh.

Child of CHARLES HARVEY and MARY LYONS is:

100. i. EMILIE10 HARVEY.

 

58. FLORA9 HARVEY (NATHAN8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Jun 1862 in Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.116. She married FRANK RICHARDS Abt. 1888 in Painesville, Lake Co. Oh..

Children of FLORA HARVEY and FRANK RICHARDS are:

i. NATE10 RICHARDS, b. Sep 1881, OH..

ii. FRANK RICHARDS, b. Aug 1889, OH..

iii. FLORA RICHARDS, b. Jul 1894, OH.; m. GRIMES.

iv. JAMES RICHARDS, b. Apr 1896, OH..

v. EMILA RICHARDS, b. Apr 1898, OH..

 

59. FRANK9 HARVEY (NATHAN8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 27 May 1864 in Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.116, and died 08 Feb 1919 in Painesville, Lake Co. Oh.116. He married MAY.

More About FRANK HARVEY:

Burial: Evergreen Cemetery Painsville, Oh.

Child of FRANK HARVEY and MAY is:

i. FLORIE10 HARVEY, b. Jul 1894, OH..

 

60. CHARLES NEWTON9 HARVEY (ISAAC PADEN8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 02 Sep 1859 in Rockford Mn., and died 18 May 1933 in Portland Oregon. He married EUNICE BELLE LORD 09 May 1888 in Monticelo Mn., daughter of WILLIAM LORD and ROSILLA HALL.

Children of CHARLES HARVEY and EUNICE LORD are:

i. HOWARD G.10 HARVEY, m. HELEN.

ii. CLYDE C. HARVEY, b. 20 Nov 1892, Buffalo Mn.; d. San Jose Ca.; m. HELEN LOUISE ACOMB.

101. iii. NINA BELLE HARVEY, b. 05 Mar 1894, Buffalo, Wright Co. Mn.; d. 16 Jul 1980, Bremerton, Kitsap Co. Wa..

 

61. ALONZO9 HARVEY (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)117 was born 28 Jan 1860 in Conneaut Twp, Pa.117, and died 11 Feb 1900 in Linesville , Conneaut Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.118. He married EVA WATSON119,120 1880121. She was born Mar 1856 in Pa.122.

Notes for ALONZO HARVEY:

Linesville Hearld Obit.

Alonzo HARVEY - Alonzo Harvey died of apoplexy Feb. 11, 1918. He was in his usual health Sunday. He was born January 28, 1860, in Conneaut township, and always resided in this locality. In 1880 he was married to Miss Eva Watson. He is survived by wife and four children, Mrs. Bertha Rogers of Youngstown, Mrs. Nellie Rhoades of Minneapolis, Mrs. Edith Artman of Detroit, son Lee of Linesville, father, B.F. Harvey, and stepmother, Conneaut township, and three brothers and three sisters.

The funeral will be held Wednesday at 2pm from the ME church. Rev. J.G. Ginader and Rev. JD Clemmons will conduct the services. The interment will be made in Linesville Cemetery. Deceased for many years

past has been employed by the International Silo Co.

 

More About ALONZO HARVEY:

Burial: Linesville Cemetery, Linesville Twp., Conneaut Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.123

Cause of Death: Apoplexy

Children of ALONZO HARVEY and EVA WATSON are:

102. i. LEE O.10 HARVEY, b. Sep 1883, Pa..

ii. EDITH HARVEY124, b. Jan 1885124.

iii. BERTHA HARVEY125, m. UNKNOWN ARTMAN125.

iv. NELLIE HARVEY125, m. UNKNOWN RHOADES.

 

62. LORENZO H.9 HARVEY (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1861. He married LIZZIE PEARSON 10 Apr 1887 in Ashtabula Co. Oh.126.

Child of LORENZO HARVEY and LIZZIE PEARSON is:

i. ETTA FAY10 HARVEY, b. 19 Nov 1890, Ashtabula Co. Oh..

 

63. PERRY9 HARVEY (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Oct 1865 in Crawford Co. Pa.127. He married NETTIE. She was born Aug 1871 in Ohio127.

Notes for PERRY HARVEY:

BIRTH:

About 1866 - Pennsylvania.

[1880 Census, Conneaut, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, Source: FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 79A.]

Perry HARVEY - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 14, Born PA, Occ: At Home, Fa: OH, Mo: PA.

RESEARCH:

[U. S. Federal Census, 21 June 1900, Pine Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 24, sheet 10B, line 92]

HARVEY, Perry - Head, white, male, born Oct. 1865 PA, Age 34 years, married 5 years, Blacksmith, Father ---, Mother PA.

HARVEY, Nettie - Wife, white, female, born Aug. 1871 OH, age 28 years, married 5 years, 1 child, surviving 1, Father PA, Mohter PA.

HARVEY, Paul V. - Son, white, male, born Jan. 1898 PA, age 2 years, single, Father PA, Mother PA.

Child of PERRY HARVEY and NETTIE is:

i. PAUL V.10 HARVEY, b. Jan 1898, Pa.127.

 

64. DELLA9 HARVEY (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1872 in Crawford Co. Pa.128. She married FRANKLIN E. DEWITT129 17 Mar 1891 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.130, son of FRANKLIN DEWITT and NELLIE M.. He was born Abt. 1872 in of Andover Oh.131.

Notes for DELLA HARVEY:

BIRTH:

About 1872 - Pennsylvania.

[1880 Census, Place: Conneaut, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 79A.]

Della HARVEY - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 8, Born PA, Fa: OH, Mo: PA.

Linesville Hearld

DeWITT-HARVEY - At the bride's home, Conneaut township, March 17, 1891,

by Rev. C.P. Nash, Frank DeWitt, of Andover, Ohio, and Miss Della

Harvey, daughter of B.F. Harvey.

 

Notes for FRANKLIN E. DEWITT:

He is listed as a Railroad Conductor in the 1920 Ashtabula Co. census

Children of DELLA HARVEY and FRANKLIN DEWITT are:

i. LAWRENCE10 DEWITT131, b. Abt. 1896131.

ii. MAY DEWITT131, b. Abt. 1899131.

 

65. WILLIAM JAMES9 HARVEY (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)132,133 was born 12 Sep 1874 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.134,135, and died 13 Nov 1938 in Duluth, Minnesota136. He married (1) BERTHA M. RICE137 1898138, daughter of THERON RICE and SARAH GARWOOD. She was born May 1872 in Pa.139, and died Bef. 1904. He married (2) CATHERINE ANN HAVRON 04 May 1904 in Duluth, St. Louis, Mn.140, daughter of JOHN HAVRON and UNKNOWN. She was born 22 Feb 1882 in Minot ND. or Wisconsin141,142, and died 18 Jan 1938 in Duluth, Minnesota, St. Louis, Mn.143.

Notes for WILLIAM JAMES HARVEY:

Occupation 1920 Carpenter

Residence 1891 Boarder at Merchants Hotel

Residence 1920 52nd Ave. West Duluth Mn.

The 1900 census for Summerhill Twp. Crawford Co. Pa. gives William's trade as a Blacksmith living in a rented house with wife Bertha M. and son Percy

Notes for BERTHA M. RICE:

BIRTH:

About 1874 - Pennsylvania.

[1880 Census, Place: Conneaut, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 79A.]

Wille HARVEY - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 6, Born PA, Fa: OH, Mo: PA.

 

More About CATHERINE ANN HAVRON:

Burial: Calvary Cemetery, Duluth, St. Louis Mn.

Child of WILLIAM HARVEY and BERTHA RICE is:

i. PERCY10 HARVEY144, b. Jan 1900, Crawford Co. Pa.145.

Notes for PERCY HARVEY:

Percy was found in the 1930 Pine Twp. U.S. census living with his Grandmother Sarah Rice age 82. He was employed as an Electrican in Construction. Further research yielded:

1920 census Percy living with Grandmother Sarah Rice. Percy was employed in a Rubber Plant

1910 census Percy living with Grandmother Sarah Rice and Sarah's son Frank

1900 census for Summerhill Twp. Crawford Co. Pa. Percy living with father William J. Harvey and mother Bertha M.

1880 U.S. Census North Shenango Twp. Crawford Co.

Theron Rice head 32 Pa.

Sarah S. Rice wife 32 Pa.

May Rice dau 8 Pa.

Maggie Rice dau 5 Pa.

We find no Bertha M. Rice in Crawford Co. Given the fact that Percy was living with his Grandmother Sarah Rice in Pine Twp. Crawford Co. Pa., in 1930, we assume Bertha M.'s maiden name was Rice. The only Rice's we find that fits the facts as we know them is the family listed above. May would fit as the Bertha M. listed as Percy's mother in the 1900 census.

Children of WILLIAM HARVEY and CATHERINE HAVRON are:

ii. FLORENCE ELIZABETH10 HARVEY146, b. 03 Apr 1905, Duluth St. Louis Co., Mn.146; d. 29 Mar 1963, Duluth St. Louis Co., Mn.147; m. WILLIAM THEODORE STEARNS, Aft. Apr 1930; b. 01 Apr 1901, Fargo, ND.148; d. 11 Nov 1963, Duluth, St. Louis Co., Mn.149.

Notes for WILLIAM THEODORE STEARNS:

Many people who reside in Dilworth, Mn. go across the border to the hospital in Fargo. ND. For this reason many births and deaths are recorded in North Dakota for those who reside in this border area. This is the case for the birth of William Stears, whose parents resided in Dilworth ND., but gave birth to William in Fargo ND.

In the 1930 census, William Stearns was a boarder at the Nopeming Sanatorium in Midway, St. Louis Co., Minnesota. He was employed as a dentist and was single when the census was taken on April 28, 1930. The census shows his father as being from Michigan. His mother was born in Canada and spoke English. (1930 Census, St. Louis Co. Midway, Enum, 69-148, Dist. 3 Sheet 2B)

Michael Millier, in remembering his "grandpa Buck", mentioned that he loved to hunt. "He hunted both deer and fowl. He was quite an accomplished hunter."

iii. DORIS HARVEY150, b. 10 Aug 1908151; m. (1) EMMETT DONAHUE; m. (2) PAUL SENTELL.

iv. HARRY HARVEY152, b. Abt. 1910153; m. GEORGIA.

More About HARRY HARVEY:

Cause of Death: Car Accident

v. LEONE HARVEY154, b. 18 Sep 1913, Duluth St. Louis Co., Mn.155; d. 05 Apr 2003, San Mateo, San Mateo, California; m. GORDON ELLISON; b. 08 Jan 1916, Mn.; d. 25 Oct 1996, Half Moon Bay, San Mateo, California.

vi. LAWRENCE FRANKLIN HARVEY156, b. 14 Oct 1915, Duluth, St. Louis Mn.157; d. 22 Jun 1999, Duluth St. Louis Co., Mn.158; m. MARGE.

Notes for LAWRENCE FRANKLIN HARVEY:

There is a Lawrence F. Harvey in Duluth city directory for 1949. Residence 4515 Cambridge, Lakeside 2373 (phone number)

vii. LORRAINE HARVEY159, b. Abt. 1920159; m. EDWARD HUNTER.

viii. MARCELLA HARVEY159, b. Abt. 1922159; m. EDWARD L. YASAITIS; b. 20 Feb 1921; d. 03 Nov 1993, Mountain Home, Baxter, Arizona.

ix. FAYE HARVEY159, b. 1925159.

 

66. GRACE9 PADEN (DAVID JOSEPH8, ISAAC7, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) She married FLORA MILLER.

Child of GRACE PADEN and FLORA MILLER is:

103. i. ORIE10 PADEN, b. 1901.

 

67. AMOS JOSEPH9 PADEN (DAVID JOSEPH8, ISAAC7, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 21 Nov 1856 in Woodhull, Henry Co. Il.. He married EMMA ALMIRA BROCKLESBY 17 Sep 1884 in Lone Elm Ks., daughter of WILLIAM BROCKLESBY and ELIZABETH MCCAW.

Child of AMOS PADEN and EMMA BROCKLESBY is:

104. i. JENNIE MARIE10 PADEN, b. 03 Aug 1899, Mount Ida, Anderson Co. Ks..

 

68. ISAAC9 GARWOOD (BANI (BENI)8, JESSE7, JOSEPH6, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 30 Jun 1842 in Ada Hardin Co. Oh., and died 23 Dec 1911 in Ada Hardin Co. Oh.. He married MINERVA LONGENECKER 24 Dec 1869. She was born 10 Aug 1845 in Georgetown Oh., and died Nov 1912 in Youngstown Oh..

Child of ISAAC GARWOOD and MINERVA LONGENECKER is:

i. IRVING10 GARWOOD, b. 28 Nov 1883, Ada Hardin Co. Oh.; m. EILEEN YOUNGBERG; b. 06 Sep 1884, Irwin Pa..

 

69. BERTHA M.9 RICE (SARAH8 GARWOOD, OBED7, OBEDIAH6, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)160 was born May 1872 in Pa.161, and died Bef. 1904. She married WILLIAM JAMES HARVEY162,163 1898164, son of BENJAMIN HARVEY and ELIZABETH WARD. He was born 12 Sep 1874 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.165,166, and died 13 Nov 1938 in Duluth, Minnesota167.

Notes for BERTHA M. RICE:

BIRTH:

About 1874 - Pennsylvania.

[1880 Census, Place: Conneaut, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, FHL Film 1255119 National Archives Film T9-1119, Page 79A.]

Wille HARVEY - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 6, Born PA, Fa: OH, Mo: PA.

 

Notes for WILLIAM JAMES HARVEY:

Occupation 1920 Carpenter

Residence 1891 Boarder at Merchants Hotel

Residence 1920 52nd Ave. West Duluth Mn.

The 1900 census for Summerhill Twp. Crawford Co. Pa. gives William's trade as a Blacksmith living in a rented house with wife Bertha M. and son Percy

Child is listed above under (65) William James Harvey.

70. BLANCH9 BURCHFIELD (EMELINE ISABEL8 AUSTIN, NANCY7 LEWIS, JEMIMA6 GARWOOD, MIDION5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 27 Mar 1860 in Erie Co. Pa., and died 14 Feb 1951 in Kanasas City Ks.. She married JOSEPH M. HERRICK 07 Nov 1883 in Edinboro, Erie Co. Pa.. He was born 08 Dec 1854 in Crawford Co. Pa., and died 06 Jan 1943 in Kansas City Ks..

Child of BLANCH BURCHFIELD and JOSEPH HERRICK is:

105. i. VIRGINIA BLANCH10 HERRICK, b. 29 Jan 1893, Sedalia Pettis Co. Mo.; d. 24 Nov 1968, Kansas City, Jackson Co. Mo..

 

Generation No. 7

71. BERT10 HARVEY (JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 12 Feb 1866 in Troy Twp., Crawford Co., Pa., and died 10 Feb 1946 in Tionesta, Forest Co., Pa.. He married (1) MARGERET(MAGGIE) J. SPANGLER Abt. 1890 in Hydetown, Oil Creek Twp. Crawford Co. Pa. She was born Feb 1854 in Pa.168, and died Bet. Jul 1928 - Jul 1930169. He married (2) GRACE 1935. She died Aft. 11 Feb 1946.

Notes for BERT HARVEY:

BIRTH:

12 February 1866 - Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 11 February 1946, p. 2, c. 4]

[U. S. Federal Census, 24 June 1870, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, Page 718, Line 38]

HARVY, Birty ------Age 4 years, male, white, born Pennsylvania.

[U. S. Federal 1880 Census, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania]

Source: FHL Film 1255121 National Archives Film T9-1121, Page 317C.]

Burt HARVY - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 14, Born PA, Occ: Farmhand, Fa: OH, Mo: NY.

[U. S. Federal Census 13 & 14 June 1900, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 51, Sheet 7B, Line 53]

HARVEY, Burt O. - Head, w, m, born Feb. 1866 PA, age 34 years, married 10 years, farmer, Father PA, Mother PA

HARVEY, Margaret - Wife, w, f, born Feb. 1854 PA, age 46 years, married 10 years, 2 children, 2 surviving, Father PA, Mother PA.

HARVEY, Oscar J. - Son, w, m, born Jan. 1891 PA, age 9 years, Father PA, Mother PA.

HARVEY, Ethel - Daughter, w, f, born Oct. 1892 PA, age 7 years, Father PA, Mother PA.

MARRIAGE:

(1M) About 1890 - Margaret Spangler

[U. S. Federal Census 13 & 14 June 1900, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 51, Sheet 7B, Line 53]

[Obituary, Oscar James Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 5 December 1979, p. 5, c. 2]

(2M) Grace ...

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 11 February 1946, p. 2, c. 4]

DEATH:

10 February 1946 - Tionesta, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 11 February 1946, p. 2, c. 4]

Bert O. Harvey, who would have been 80 had he lived until tomorrow, died at 1:30 a.m. Sunday at his home in Tionesta, where he had lived the past six years. Mr. Harvey, a son of James and Sylvia Sweet Harvey, was born in Troy township on Feb. 12, 1866, and lived there until going to Forest county. For many years he lived near the Moss Grove school where he owned a farm. He was a member of the Methodist church, charter member of I.O.O.F. and Hydetown Grange. He leaves his second wife, Mrs. Grace Harvey; one son Oscar Harvey of Moss Grove; a nephew, Paul Harvey of Dayton, O., who had lived with them many years and was considered like a son, and several other nieces and nephews. There are two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Herman of Meadville and Mrs. Rosa Jackson, and one brother, Harry Harvey of Ithaca, N.Y. The body is at the E. L. Cummins funeral home where friends may call and where services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Interment will be in the Troy Center cemetery, with the Hydetown Odd Fellows in charge of committal. Rev. Arthur R. Kirk of the Townville Methodist church will officiate.

BURIAL:

12 February 1946 - Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 11 February 1946, p. 2, c. 4]

[Tombstone - Bert O. Harvey 1866 - 1946, Center Section, Row 1]

 

More About BERT HARVEY:

Burial: 12 Feb 1946, Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Center Pa.

Notes for MARGERET(MAGGIE) J. SPANGLER:

February 1854 - Pennsylvania.

[U. S. Federal Census 13 & 14 June 1900, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 51, Sheet 7B, Line 53]

HARVEY, Burt O. - Head, w, m, born Feb. 1866 PA, age 34 years, married 10 years, farmer, Father PA, Mother PA

HARVEY, Margaret - Wife, w, f, born Feb. 1854 PA, age 46 years, married 10 years, 2 children, 2 surviving, Father PA, Mother PA.

HARVEY, Oscar J. - Son, w, m, born Jan. 1891 PA, age 9 years, Father PA, Mother PA.

HARVEY, Ethel - Daughter, w, f, born Oct. 1892 PA, age 7 years, Father PA, Mother PA.

MARRIAGE:

About 1890 - Bert O. Harvey

[U. S. Federal Census 13 & 14 June 1900, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 51, Sheet 7B, Line 53]

[Obituary, Oscar James Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 5 December 1979, p. 5, c. 2]

 

Notes for GRACE:

Mail Order bride from Philia.

Grace -12533

Birth -

Marr. - Bert O. Harvey. Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford

County, PA, Monday, 11 February 1946, p. 2, c. 4.

Death - Aft 11 Feb 1946 See obituary notes in marriage.

Bur. -

Children of BERT HARVEY and MARGERET(MAGGIE) SPANGLER are:

106. i. OSCAR11 HARVEY, b. 02 Jan 1891, Titusville, Pa.; d. 04 Dec 1979, Meadville City Hospital, Meadville, Crawford Co., Pa..

107. ii. ETHEL O. HARVEY, b. Oct 1892; d. 1938.

 

72. AMIE F.10 HARVEY (JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 13 Nov 1869 in Oil Creek Crawford Co Pa, and died 01 Feb 1942 in Oil Creek Crawford Co. Pa.. He married ROSA AGNES SCHUTRUM 13 Mar 1898, daughter of PETER SCHUTRUM and AGNES KUHN. She was born Sep 1874 in Oil Creek Twp., Venango Co. Oh., and died 25 Jan 1933 in Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co. Oh..

Notes for AMIE F. HARVEY:

Amie was a prohibitionist and attended Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church of

Oil Creek Twp.

13 November 1869 - Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 2 February 1942, p. 3, c. 1]

[U. S. Federal Census, 24 June 1870, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, Page 718, Line 38]

HARVY, Emma -Age 7/12 year, female, white, born February, Pennsylvania. (Incorrect sex, this is son, Ami F. Harvey]

[U. S. Federal 1880 Census, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania]

Source: FHL Film 1255121 National Archives Film T9-1121, Page 317C.]

Amy HARVY - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 10, Born PA, Fa: OH, Mo: NY.

[U. S. Federal Census, 21, 22, 23 June 1900, Oil Creek Township, Venango County, PA, Sheet 153 B]

HARVEY, Ami F. - Head, White, Male, Born Oct. 1870, PA, Age 29 years, Married 1 year, Father born PA, Mother born PA.

HARVEY, Rosa H. - Wife, White, Female, Born Sept. 1874, PA, Age 25 years, Married 1 year, Mother of 1 child, 1 surviving, Father born New York, Mother born New York. (See Son No. 100)

HARVEY, Frankie J. - Son, White, Male, Born Nov. 1899, PA, Age 6/12 of a year, Father born PA, Mother born PA.

MARRIAGE:

13 March 1898 - Rosa Shutrum

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 2 February 1942, p. 3, c. 1]

DEATH:

1 February 1942 - Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 2 February 1942, p. 3, c. 1]

[Proof of Death, Rough Dkt. 17:379, #7, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

BURIAL:

4 February 1942 - Greenwood Cemetery, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 2 February 1942, p. 3, c. 1]

AMI F. HARVEY, BETHEL RESIDENT, PASSES AWAY AT 72

WAS WIDELY KNOWN AS FARMER AND DAIRYMAN; WAS NATIVE OF EAST TROY

Ami F. Harvey, aged 72, died at the City hospital at 2:45 p.m. yesterday, following an illness of several weeks, although he has been at the hospital only one week. Mr. Harvey was born November 13, 1869, a son of James U. and Sylvina Sweet Harvey of East Troy. Most of his life was spent in the Bethel community, where he was a successful farmer and dairyman. On March 13, 1898, he was married to Miss Rosa Schutrum of Fieldmore Springs, who passed away on January 25, 1933. He leaves one son, Frank Harvey of the Spring Creek road; three brothers, Burton Harvey of Tionesta, Silas Harvey of Titusville, Route 2, and Harry Harvey of Ithaca, N.Y. There are two sisters, Mrs. Frances Jackson of Vrooman and Mrs. Jennie Herman of Meadville, and one granddaughter, Miss Jocelyn Harvey. Mr. Harvey enjoyed a large acquaintance throughout this region. He was a member of the Hydetown Grange and the Titusville Methodist church. The body is at the Paul B. Kerr funeral home, where friends may call and where services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Dr. Arthur Colley of the First Methodist church will officiate and interment will be in Greenwood cemetery beside the wife.

[Tombstone - Ami F. Harvey - 1870-1942]

[Will Dkt. Z:583, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.]

I, A. F. Harvey of Oil Creek Township County of Crawford and State of Pennsylvania being of sound mind, memory and understanding do hereby make, publish and declare this to be my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, hereby revoking any will or wills heretofore made by me.

FIRST: I direct that all my just debts and funeral expenses be fully paid and satisfied as soon as conviently may be, after my decease.

SECOND: I give, devise and bequeath all my estate, real, personal and mixed, of which I may die siezed or possessed and whatsoever the same may be situate, to my son, Frank Harvey, to him and his heirs forever. I do hereby make, constitute and appoint the Titusville Trust Company, of Titusville, Pennsylvania, to be my Executor of this my last Will and Testament.

In witness Whereof, I, A.F. Harvey, the Testator above named, have hereunto suscribed my name and affixed my seal, the thirteenth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and thirty seven.

A.F. Harvey (Seal)

Signed, sealed, published and declared by the above named A.F. Harvey as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us, who have hereunto subscribed our names at his request as witnesses thereto, in the presence of said Testator and of each other.

Wm. B. Griffen

F.D. Hill

[Rough Dkt. 17:379, #7, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

A. F. HARVEY

Now to wit: February 17, 1942. The Last Will and Testament of A.F. Harvey, late of Oil Creek Township, dec'd, proved, approved and registered and Letters Testamentary thereon granted and issued unto Titusville Trust Company, Executor named in the Will.

Said A.F. Harvey died at Oil Creek Township on the first day of February A.D. 1942 at or near the hour of 3:45 p.m. (See Petition)

Address fo Executor - Titusville, PA.

INVENTORY & APPRAISMENT FILED MARCH 14, 1942. AMOUNT $2,331. 87, FIRST, FINAL AND PROPOSED DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT FILED DECEMBER 17, 1945

Total assets - $2,540.70

Total credits - 997.50

Balance Due $ 1543.20

BIOGRAPHY:

Ami Harvey of White City spent Sunday with his brother, Silas Harvey.

Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 9 December 1933, p. 7, c. 5.

 

More About AMIE F. HARVEY:

Burial: Greenwood Cem. Oil Creek Twp Crawford Co; Quality: 3170

Occupation: Dairy Farmer

Notes for ROSA AGNES SCHUTRUM:

Rosa Agnes SHUTRUM-12645

BIRTH:

September 1874 Oil Creek Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 26 January 1933, p. 3, c. 4]

[U. S. Federal Census, 21, 22, 23 June 1900, Oil Creek Township, Venango County, PA, Sheet 153 B]

HARVEY, Rosa H. - Wife, White, Female, Born Sept. 1874, PA, Age 25 years, Married 1 year, Mother of 1 child, 1 surviving, Father born New York, Mother born New York. (See Son No. 100)

MARRIAGE:

13 March 1898 - Ami F. Harvey.

[Obituary of Ami F. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 2 February 1942, p, 3, c. 1]

DEATH:

25 January 1933 - White City, Oil Creek Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 26 January 1933, p. 3, c. 4]

WHITE CITY RESIDENT PASSES AWAY WEDNESDAY

Mrs. Rosa Shutrum Harvey, Aged 58 Years, Had Been Ill since Last Summer

Mrs. Rosa Shutrum Harvey, aged 58 years, and well known resident of White City, east of Titusville, passed away at the family home at 1:10 o'clock, yesterday afternoon, following illness dating from early last summer. Mrs. Harvey was daughter of Peter and Agnes Shutrum and was born and always lived in the immediate vicinity of where she died. About 34 years ago she was united in marriage with Mr. Harvey and for 22 years they lived near Shelmadine Springs, North of the city. Besides the husband, there survives one son, Frank Harvey at home, and the aged mother, who also resides at the homestead. Mrs. Harvey enjoyed a large acquaintance among whom she was held in high esteem. She was a member of the Christian Science church of Titusville. Funeral services will be conducted from the home Sunday afternoon, January 29, at 2:30 o'clock, with Mrs. C. E. Mosher, reader of the Christian Science church, officiating, and the interment will be made in Greenwood cemetery. Oil City and Franklin papers please copy.

BURIAL:

29 January 1933 - Greenwood Cemetery, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday 26 January 1933, p. 3, c. 4]

[Tombstone - Rosa S. Harvey 1874-1933]

 

More About ROSA AGNES SCHUTRUM:

Burial: 29 Jan 1933, Greenwood Cem. Oil Creek Crawford Co. Pa; Quality: 3170

Child of AMIE HARVEY and ROSA SCHUTRUM is:

i. FRANK11 HARVEY, b. 22 Nov 1900.

Notes for FRANK HARVEY:

BIRTH:

22 November 1899 - Oil Creek Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Record of Births, Book 1:111, entry 19, Venango County Courthouse, Franklin, PA]

Harvey, Franklin J. - male, white, father, A. F. Harvey, mother Rose A. Harvey, residence Oil Creek Tp, father laborer. Birth - November 22, 1899, at Oil Creek Tp. Recorded on December 5, 1899.

[U. S. Federal Census, 21, 22, 23 June 1900, Oil Creek Township, Venango County, PA, Sheet 153 B]

HARVEY, Frankie J. - Son, White, Male, Born Nov. 1899, PA, Age 6/12 of a year, Father born PA, Mother born PA.

DEATH:

After 2 February 1942

Stated as surviving son, in obituary of father Ami F. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 2 February 1942, p. 3, c. 1.

 

 

73. ROSIE10 HARVEY (JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 17 Jun 1871 in Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Center Pa., and died 14 Jul 1952 in Pa.. She married (1) FRANCIS JACKSON. She married (2) JOHN TYLER MURRAY 1894 in Rome Twp. Oil Creek Twp Crawford Co. Pa., son of WILLIAM MURRAY and MARTHA M.. He was born 18 Oct 1847, and died 07 Sep 1919 in Rome twp. Crawford Co., Pa..

Notes for ROSIE HARVEY:

. Rosa G. HARVEY-10462

BIRTH:

17 June 1871 - Troy Center, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 16 July 1952, p. 5, c. 4]

[U.S. Federal 1880 Census, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania]

Source: FHL Film 1255121 National Archives Film T9-1121, Page 317C.]

Rosie HARVY - Daughter, Female, Single, White, Age 9, Born PA, Father OH, Mother NY.

[U. S. Federal Census, 16 June 1900, Rome Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 8, line 5]

MURRAY, John T. - Head, m, w, b. Oct 1847 PA, age 52 years, married 6 years, farmer

MURRAY, Rosa G. - Wife, f, w, b. June 1871 PA, age 28 years, married 6 years, 3 children, 2 surviving

MURRAY, Frances A. - Son, m, w, b. Mar. 1875 PA, age 25 years, single, house carpenter, Father PA, Mother PA.

MURRAY, Nina E. - Daughter, f, w, b. Oct. 1876 PA, age 23 years, married 6 years, 0 children, 0 surviving, house servant, Father PA, Mother PA.

MURRAY, Lena C. - Daughter, f, w, b. Dec. 1885 PA, age 14 years, single, Father PA, Mother PA.

MURRAY, Ivan A. - Son, m, w, b. Aug. 1887 PA, age 12 years, single, Father PA, Mother PA.

MURRAY, Asa R. - Son, m, w, b. Mar. 1889 PA, age 11 years, single, Father PA, Mother PA.

MURRAY, James A. - Son, m, w, b. May 1895 PA, age 5 years, single, Father PA, Mother PA.

MURRAY, Irene A. - Daughter, f, w, b. Jan. 1897 PA, age 3 years, single, Father PA, Mother PA.

MARRIAGE:

(IM) 1894 - John Tyler Murray -

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 16 July 1952, p. 5, c. 4]

[Marriage not recorded in Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

(2M) 1922 - Francis Jackson.

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 16 July 1952, p. 5, c. 4]

[Marriage not recorded in Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

DEATH:

14 July 1952 -

[Death Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 15 July 1952, p. 5, c. 5]

Mrs. Rose Murray Jackson, wife of Francis Jackson of Titusville Route 2, died at 11 o'clock last night. Funeral arrangements by the Arnold Funeral home will be announced.

BURIAL:

17 July 1952 - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 16 July 1952, p. 5, c. 4]

The funeral service for Mrs. Rosa Murray Jackson, 81, Titusville, Route 2, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Arnold funeral home with Rev. Fred Harriger officiating. Burial will be in Excelsior Cemetery on the Spring Creek Road. Mrs. Jackson was born June 17, 1871, in Troy Center, a daughter of James and Sylvania Harvey. In 1894 she was married to John Tyler Murray and lived near Vroman until 1919 when her husband died. He had been a member of the 100th Pennsylvania Regiment during the Civil War. In 1922 she was married to Francis Jackson and spent the remainder of her life in the Titusville-Pleasantville area. She was a member of the Bethel Methodist Church. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, James A. Murray, Cambridge Springs; Arthur R. Murray, Titusville, Route 2; two step-children of her first husband, Francis and Ivan Murray, both of Pittsburgh; one step-son, Everett Jackson, Pleasantville; a brother, Harry Harvey, Ithaca, N. Y.; a sister, Mrs. Jenny Herman, Meadville; 17 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.

[Tombstone - Rosa G. Murray 1871 - 19-blank]

 

More About ROSIE HARVEY:

Burial: 17 Jul 1952, Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Twp., Warren Co., Pa.

Notes for FRANCIS JACKSON:

MARRIAGE:

1922 - Rose/Rosa Harvey.

[Funeral Notice, Rose Jackson, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 16 July 1952, p. 5, c. 4]

[Obituary of Bert O. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 11 February 1946, p. 2, c. 4]

 

Notes for JOHN TYLER MURRAY:

18 October 1847 - Pennsylvania. Twin to James Thomas Murray.

[Tombstone - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, PA]

[U. S. Federal Census, 7 August 1850, Sparta Township, Crawford County, PA, Sheet 282, Line 39]

MURRAY, James - Age 2 years, male, born PA.

MURRAY, John - Age 2 years, male, born PA

[U. S. Federal Census, 26 July 1860, Sparta Township, Crawford County, PA, p. 228, line 36]

MURRAY, John - Age 12 years, male, born PA.

[U. S. Federal Census, 20 August 1870, Sparta Township, Crawford County, PA, Page 512, Line 13]

MURRAY, John - Age 22 years, male, white, Farming, Twin, born Penna.

[U. S. Federal 1880 Census, Sparta Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania

Source: FHL Film 1255120 National Archives Film T9-1120 Page 120B

John MURRAY - Self, Male, Married, White, Age 32 years, Born PA, Occupation Farmer, Father ---, Mother ---

Estelle MURRAY - Wife, Female, Married, White, Age 21 years, Born PA, Occupation Keeps House, Father NY, Mother PA

Francis MURRAY - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 5 years, Born PA, Father PA, Mother PA

Nina MURRAY - Daughter Female, Single, White, Age 3 years, Born PA, Father PA, Mother PA

[U. S. Federal Census, 16 June 1900, Rome Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 8, line 5]

MURRAY, John T. - Head, m, w, b. Oct 1847 PA, age 52 years, married 6 years, farmer

MURRAY, Rosa G. - Wife, f, w, b. June 1871 PA, age 28 years, married 6 years, 3 children, 2 surviving

MURRAY, Frances A. - Son, m, w, b. Mar. 1875 PA, age 25 years, single, house carpenter, Father PA, Mother PA.

MURRAY, Nina E. - Daughter, f, w, b. Oct. 1876 PA, age 23 years, married 6 years, 0 children, 0 surviving, house servant, Father PA, Mother PA.

MURRAY, Lena C. - Daughter, f, w, b. Dec. 1885 PA, age 14 years, single, Father PA, Mother PA.

MURRAY, Ivan A. - Son, m, w, b. Aug. 1887 PA, age 12 years, single, Father PA, Mother PA.

MURRAY, Asa R. - Son, m, w, b. Mar. 1889 PA, age 11 years, single, Father PA, Mother PA.

MURRAY, James A. - Son, m, w, b. May 1895 PA, age 5 years, single, Father PA, Mother PA.

MURRAY, Irene A. - Daughter, f, w, b. Jan. 1897 PA, age 3 years, single, Father PA, Mother PA.

MARRIAGE:

(1M) 1 June 1874 - Ruth Estella Hatch.

[Murray Family records, from Ed Murray, Texas]

[U. S. Federal 1880 Census, Sparta Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania

(2M) 1894 - Rosa G. Harvey

[U. S. Federal Census, 16 June 1900, Rome Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 8, line 5]

[Marriage not recorded in Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

DEATH:

4 September 1919 - Rome Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Titusville Herald not filmed 1st through 17th of September 1919, "missing on film reel"]

[Obituary, The Evening Republican, Meadville, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 6 September 1919, p. 4, c. 2

Death of John T. Murray

John Taylor Murray aged 72 years died Thursday at his home on the Gregory farm, Rome township. Mr. Murray was a veteran of the Civil War, serving 18 months in the 100th Pennsylvania Volunteers which was well known at the famous Roundhead Regiment. Funeral from the Excelsior Church at 11 on Sunday. (Typed as written)

[General Index to Register Dockets, L-R, page 278, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

Murray, John T. - died Sept. 4, 1919 - Rome Twp. Exr. Rose G. Murray

Rough Docket 12:174

Will Docket Q:15

Inventory - Vol. 9:502

Amt. of Inv. - $1149.00

[Rough Docket 12:174, No. 14, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

Fees #6.35, Paid

Now to wit, October 28, 1919

The last Will and Testament of John T. Murray, late of the Township of Rome, deceased, proved , approved and registered, and Letters Testamentary thereon granted and issued unto Rosa G. Murray the Executor therein named. Said John T. Murray died at his residence in said Township on September 4, 1919 at or near the hour of 12-30 o'clock P.M.

See petition filed

November 12, 1919 - Inventory filed.

Real Estate ------ $1200.00

Personal Estate - 1149

August 12, 1922 - First and Final Account filed.

Total Assets -------- $3,330.18

Total Credits -------- 1,1917.62

Balance due Estate - $1,412.56

[Will Docket Q:15, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

To the Register of Wills for the County of Crawford, State of Pennsylvania.

The Petition of Rosa G. Murray of the Township of Rome, County of Crawford, State of Pennsylvania, showeth,

That John T. Murray late of the Township of Rome, County of Crawford, State of Pennsylvania, died at his home on the 4th day of September, A.D. one thousand nine hundred and nineteen at or near the hour of 12-30 o'clock noon, testate, leaving a last will and testament bearing date the 12th day of May, A.D., 1919; which is now offered for probate, wherein he nominated and appointed Rosa G. Murray executrix thereof. That at the time of his death he was a citizen and resident of the County of Crawford, aforesaid and the owner of real and personal property of an estimated value of Real Estate $1500.00, Personal - $500.00 Dollars.

That the real estate is situated in the Township of Rome, County of Crawford, aforesaid.

Your Petitioner further alleges that the names and places of residence of the surviving widow and the only heirs at law and next of kin of said decedent are as follows:

NAME -------------------- RELATIONSHIP --------------- RESIDENCE

Rosa G. Murray ------------ widow ---------------------- Rome Township

F. A. Murray ---------------- son ------------------------- Westview, Pa.

Ivan A. Murray -------------- son ------------------------ Titusville, Pa

A. R. Murray ---------------- son ------------------------- Titusville, Pa.

J. A. Murray ------------------son ------------------------- Rome Township

A. R. Murray -----------------son ------------------------- Rome Township

Nina E. Vancise --------------daughter -------------------- Athens Township

Lena C. Sterling --------------daughter -------------------- Rome Township

Josephine L. Murray ---------daughter -------------------- Rome Township

Wherefore your Petitioner prays that the said will be admitted to probate as and for the last Will and Testament of said John T. Murray, deceased and that letters testamentary be granted and issued unto Rosa G. Murray, and that all such process and proceedings may be had and taken for that purposes as are just and proper and as the law may require.

Dated this tenth day of Sept., A. D. 1919.

State of Pennsylvania,}

County of Crawford } SS:

Before me Register of Wills in and for said county, personally came Rosa G. Murray who being duly sworn doth depose and say that the statements made and contained in the foregoing petition are true to the best of her knowledge and belief.

Sworn and subscribed before me this

10th day of Sept., A. D. 1919 } Mrs. Rosa G. Murray

Wm A. Thompson, Register } DECREE

And now October 28th 1919, having heard the proofs of the execution of the instrument of writing mentioned in the foregoing petition as the last will and testament of John T. Murray, late of Rome Township, County of Crawford and State of Pennsylvania, deceased, and having duly considered the same, the prayer of the Petitioner is granted, and is ordered and decreed that the said writing be admitted to probate as the last will and testament of the said John T. Murray, deceased, and that it be duly recorded as such according to law, and that letters testamentary thereon be granted and issued unto said Rosa G. Murray, as prayed for in said petition.

Wm. A. Thompson Register.

Crawford County, ss:

Before me, Register for the probate of wills, etc., in and for said County, personally came T. J. Patten, subscribing witnesses to the attached instrument of writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of John T. Murray deceased, who, being duly sworn according to law, did depose and say that he was present with and saw said testator sign and seal said will, and heard him pronounce and declare the same so signed and sealed as and for his last will and testament. And at the time of so doing said testator was of sound and disposing mind, and memory, and understanding, to the best of deponent's knowledge and belief. Also, that he signed his name as witness thereto at the request, and in the presence of said testator, and in the presence of each other.

Sworn and subscribed before me this 28th

day of October 1919 } T. J. Patten

Wm A. Thompson, Register }

Crawford County, ss:

Before me, Register for the probate of wills and granting letters of administration, etc., in and for said County, came Rosa G. Murray who, being duly sworn according to law, does depose and say that she will well and truly administer the goods and chattels, rights and credits which were of John T. Murray deceased, according to law, and also that she will diligently and faithfully regard and well truly comply with the provisions of the Law Relating to Direct and Collateral Inheritances.

Sworn and subscribed before me this 10th }

day of Sept., 1919 } Mrs. Rosa G. Murray

Wm A. Thompson, Register } Titusville, RD 2, Pa.

REALIZING that we are born to die, and that it is the part of wisdom to be prepared for the great change that awaits us all, I, John T. Murray, of the township of Rome, County of Crawford and state of Pennsylvania, do make my will in manner following:

After the payment of all my just debts, funeral expenses, and charges of proving this my will, I give and bequeath to my son James Alvin Murray, Fifty acres of land, situated in Rome township, Crawford county, Pa., bounded as follows, to wit: On the North by land of J. P. Harrison - East by land of C. W. Harrison - South by land of David and Herbert Hasbrouck, and West by land of J. T. Murray. The title to this land however, is made contingent by the payment by the said legatee, James Alvin Murray paying the following notes, against me: NOTE of $200.00 to Ivan Murray, another note to the said Ivan Murray of $180.00, and note of $160.00 to Asa Murray, and on payment of these three notes the said land to be absolutely his, forever. ...... I give and bequeath to the following children by my first wife, the following in cash: Francis Murray $50.00; Nina Vancise $50.00; Lena Sterling $50.00; Ivan Murray $25.00;, And Asa Murray $25.00. My Executrix to have the Three years in which to pay the above bequests.

All the residue and remainder of my property, both real and personal, I give, and bequeath to my beloved wife Rosa G. Murray, to use and enjoy during the term of her natural life, with the right to manage and use so much thereof as may be necessary for her comfort and support, and at her death I direct and order, that the said property remaining, shall be equally divided between my children born to me by my said wife Rosa G. Murray.

And I hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my said wife, Rosa G. Murray, executrix of this my will.

AND hereby renouncing and making void any will or wills by me at any time heretofore made, declare this only to be my last will and testament.

IN WITNESS whereof, I John T. Murray the said Testator, hereunto set my hand and seal at Centreville, Crawford county, Pa., this 12th day of May A.D. 1919.

(Seal) John T. Murray

SIGNED, SEALED, PUBLISHED and declared, by the said Testator John T. Murray, as, and for his last will and testament, in our presence, who in his presence, at his request, and in the presence of each other, have subscribed our names as witnesses thereto.

Ruth A. Patten

T.J. Patten

Crawford County, ss.

On the 28th day of October A.D. 1919, personally appeared before me, the undersigned, Register of Wills, etc, in and for said County, T.J. Patten and Ella T. Ceronin, who after having been by me duly qualified according to law, did depose and say that they were well acquainted with Ruth A. Patten (who is now ill and unable to be present in person to make affidavit, a subscribing witness to the within instrument of writing, purporting to be the last Will and Testament of John T. Murray, deceased; that they frequently saw her write, are well acquainted with her handwriting, and that the signature Ruth A. Patten to the within instrument of writing appended is in the proper handwriting of the said Ruth A. Patten to the best of their knowledge and belief.

Sworn and subscribed before me } Ella T. Ceronin

Wm A. Thompson, Register } T.J. Patten

COVER OF WILL

Application for Proof of Will

of

John T. Murray

Deceased

late of Rome Township

Filed October 28th 1919

and noted in Register's Docket No. 12, page 174

Fees 6.35, Paid

Will Book 15

letter mailed to A.R. Thompson, Esq. 10/29/1919

BURIAL:

7 September 1919 - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, The Evening Republican, Meadville, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 6 September 1919, p. 4, c. 2

[Tombstone - John T. Murray 1847-1919]

HISTORY:

[Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 11 March 1907, p. 4]

FARMER FILES A PROTEST

The Herald is in receipt of a communication from John T. Murray, of out Vroman way, protesting against the practice of dumping garbage along the country roads outside of the city limits. Mr. Murray finds these heaps of refuse and other objectionable matter very offensive, and he is probably no exception to the general rule. "Country People," writes Mr. Murray, "would like to see the location of a hog yard or slaughter house within five hundred feet of the public road, forbidden by law.: He would also like to see a law passed at Harrisburg forbidding the dumping of old barrels, boxes, refuse and garbage along the public highway, and suggests that a measure be offered in the state legislature by Representative John L. Emerson.

[Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 18 October 1907, p. 2, c. 4]

TWIN BROTHERS VETERANS.

John and James Murray Are 60 Years of Age Today - Reunion

John Tyler Murray of Vrooman was in the city yesterday on his way to Oil City to attend a reunion of veteran soldiers. Mr. Murray was hurt seven weeks ago by falling twenty feet from the roof of a building and still shows some effects of his hard treatment. At the time of the accident it was not believed that he could recover, but he has finally won out and is again in good condition. Mr. Murray has a twin brother, James T. Murray, who lives on Post Ridge, west of Centerville. At the home of the latter a family reunion will be held today, commemorative of the sixtieth birthday of the twin veterans. They fought together through eighteen months of the Civil war, enlisting in the One Hundredth regiment, the famous "Roundhead" organization. They did valiant service for their country and came home at the end of the war without a wound.

 

More About JOHN TYLER MURRAY:

Burial: 07 Sep 1919, Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Twp., Warren Co., Pa.

Child of ROSIE HARVEY and FRANCIS JACKSON is:

i. JR. FRANCES11 JACKSON, b. Abt. 1920; d. Abt. 1990.

Children of ROSIE HARVEY and JOHN MURRAY are:

ii. IRENE11 MURRAY, b. Jan 1897.

Notes for IRENE MURRAY:

BIRTH:

January 1897 - Pennsylvania.

[U. S. Federal Census, 16 June 1900, Rome Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 8, line 5]

MURRAY, Irene A. - Daughter, f, w, b. Jan. 1897 PA, age 3 years, single, Father PA, Mother PA.

 

108. iii. JOSEPHINE MURRAY, b. 28 Jan 1903, Vroman, Rome Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 23 May 1979, Halmot Hospital, Erie Co., Pa..

109. iv. ARTHUR ROOSEVELT MURRAY, b. 15 Dec 1904, Vroman, Rome Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 23 Jan 1989, Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford Co., Pa..

 

74. JANE/JENNIE L.10 HARVEY (JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 09 Apr 1873 in Pa., and died Aft. 14 Jul 1952. She married (1) WILLIAM BURROWS. She married (2) CHARLES HERMAN. He died 15 Oct 1924 in Meadville, Crawford Co. , Pa..

Notes for JANE/JENNIE L. HARVEY:

BIRTH:

9 April 1873 - Pennsylvania.

[1880 Federal Census, Place: Troy, Crawford, Pennsylvania]

Source: FHL Film 1255121 National Archives Film T9-1121, Page 317C.]

Jane L. HARVY - Dau, Female, Single, White, Age 7, Born PA, Fa: OH, Mo: NY.

MARRIAGE:

(1M) William or Wilmot Burrows

(2M) Charles Herman.

[Obituary of Bert O. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 11 February 1946, p. 2, c. 4]

[Information from "Harvey Families", given by Mark Silas Harey Jr, 21 January 1998, Titusville, PA]

After 14 July 1952

[Funeral Notice, sister, Mrs. Roa Murray, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 16 July 1952, p. 5, c. 4]

BIOGRAPHY:

Living in Meadville, PA in July 1952, per sister Rosa Murray's obituary.

Child of JANE/JENNIE HARVEY and WILLIAM BURROWS is:

i. MARY G.11 BURROWS.

 

75. SILAS CHIDISTER10 HARVEY (JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 05 Jan 1876, and died 24 May 1943 in Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.. He married (1) ADAH BEERS 07 Aug 1907 in Crawford Co. Pa., daughter of CHARLES BEERS and ANNA GALE. She was born 10 Mar 1884 in Pa.171, and died 27 Feb 1920 in Pa.171. He married (2) RUTH PARKER KING 20 Jul 1924 in Spring Creek Road farm White Oak, daughter of CHARLES PARKER and MARGARET WELLS. She was born 25 Feb 1892 in Honey Grove Tx., and died 01 Jun 1969 in Titusville Crawford Co., Pa..

Notes for SILAS CHIDISTER HARVEY:

Harvey reunion minutes reveal Reunion was held at Mr. and Mrs. Silas Harvey's on Spring Creek Road in 1926.

By tradition the reunion was always held on the last Saturday in July.

5 January 1876 - Townville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Tombstone - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, PA]

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 25 May 1943, p. 3, c. 3.]

[1880 Census Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania]

Source: FHL Film 1255121 National Archives Film T9-1121, Page 317C

Silas C. HARVY - Son, Male, Single, White, Age 4 years, Born PA, Fa: OH. Mo: NY

[U.S. Federal Census, 23 June 1900, Harmony Township, Forest County, Pennsylvania, PA.]

Harvey, Silas C. - Boarder, white, male, Jany. 1876, age 24 years, single, born PA, Farm laborer, Father born PA, Mother born PA.

[U.S. Census 25 & 26 April 1910, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, E.D. 28, Family 108, Dwelling 109.]

HARVEY, Silas - Head, male, white, age 33 years, 1st marriage 2 years, born PA, Laborer. Father born Ohio, Mother born PA

HARVEY, Ada E. - Wife, female, white, age 25 years, 1st marriage 2 years, born PA. Father born New York. Mother born PA

HARVEY, Mark S.- Son, male, white, age 2 years, single, born Pennsylvania, Father born PA. Mother born PA.

HARVEY, Lelah H. - Daughter, female, white, age 6/12 year, single, born PA. Father born PA, Mother born PA.

[U.S. Federal Census, 29 April 1930, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, Sheet 9B, E.D. 20-13.]

HARVEY, SILAS C. - Head, lives on farm, male, white, age 54 years, age at first marriage 35 years, attended school since Sept. 1, 1929 - No, able to read and write - yes, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Pennsylvania.

HARVEY, RUTH A. - Wife, female, white, age 37 years, married, age at first marriage - 19 years, attended school since Sept. 1, 1929 - No, able to read and write - yes, born Texas, Father born Arkansas, Mother born Arkansas.

HARVEY, MARK S. - Son, male, white, age 20 years, single, attended school since Sept. 1, 1929 - No, able to read and write - yes, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Pennsylvania.

HARVEY, HARRIET L. - Daughter, female, white, age 19 years, single, attended school since Sept. 1, 1929 - No, able to read and write - yes, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Pennsylvania.

PETTY, MARVIN E. - Stepson, male, white, age 17 years, single, attended school since Sept. 1, 1929 - No, able to read and write - yes, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Pennsylvania.

HARVEY, JUDD H. - Son, owned home, value $4,000, has radio set, lives on farm - yes, age 17 years, single, attended school since Sept. 1, 1929 - yes, able to read and write - yes, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Pennsylvania.

HARVEY, MAE A. - Daughter, female, white, age 16 years, single, attended school since Sept 1, 1929 - yes, able to read and write - yes, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Pennsylvania.

HARVEY, ROBERT E. - Son, male, white, age 13 years, single, attended school since Sept. 1, 1929 - yes, able to read and write - yes, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Pennsylvania.

HARVEY, PAUL A. - Son, male, white, age 10 years, single, attended school since Sept 1, 1929 - yes, able to read and write - yes, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Pennsylvania.

HARVEY, EDNA R. - Daughter, female, white, age 9 years, single, attended school since Sept. 1, 1929 - yes, able to read and write - blank, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Texas.

 

MARRIAGE:

(1M) 7 August 1907 - Adah Eliza Beers, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Marriage Docket 11:99, license 10436, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.]

Silas C. Harvey - white, farmer, residence Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, age 31 on 5 January last past, single.

Miss Adah E. Beers - white, housewife, residence Tionesta, Forest County, PA, age 22 on 18 March last past, single.

Marriage application applied for by James Harvey.

No. 10436, I, E. D. Mowey hereby certify that on the 7th day of August 1907, at Titusville, PA, Silas C. Harvey and Miss Adah E. Beers were by me United in marriage in accordance with license issued by Clerk of Orphan's Court.

Signature - E. D. Mowey

Minister of the Gospel

[Wedding Announcement, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 8 August 1907, p. 2, c. 4]

A WEDNESDAY MARRIAGE OF LOCAL IMPORTANCE.

Miss Beers of Tionesta and Mr. Harvey of Titusville Wedded

Silas Harvey of this city and Miss Ada Beers of Tionesta were married at noon yesterday at the home of James Harvey, father of the groom, residing on the Spring Creek road north of the city. They were attended by Mrs. Rosa Harvey as matron of honor and Ami Harvey as best man. The ceremony was performed beneath an arch of evergreens, goldenrod and other flowers, the Rev. E. D. Mowry of Hydetown tying the nuptial knot. The full ring service of the Methodist Episcopal church was used. The bride was handsomely gowned in white and carried a bouquet of white carnations. An elaborate dinner followed the ceremony and the young couple received many beautiful gifts. The guest list was large including the following from a distance: Mrs. Annie Beers of council Bluffs, Ia.; Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie, Tionesta; Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey, Townville, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Harvey and children, Troy; Mr. and Mrs. Ami Harvey and son, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sutton, Mrs. George Harvey, Mrs. Harry Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. B. Langworthy, Titusville; Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Murray, Maple Grove; Carl Harvey, Ohio; Mrs. Jennie Burroughs and daughter, Tionesta.

(2M) 20 July 1924 - Ruth (Parker) King, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 25 May 1943, p. 3, c. 3.]

[Marriage Docket 20:692, license 19309, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.]

SILAS C. HARVEY - white, farmer, birthplace - Troy Twp., Crawford County, PA, age 48 years, residence Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, previous marriages - one ended by death of wife on February 29, 1920.

Father - James Harvey, born Crawford County, PA, dead.

Mother - Sylvina Harvey, maiden name Sweet, born New York, dead.

Signature - Silas C. Harvey

RUTH KING - white, housewife, birthplace - Texas, age 32 years, residence Oil Creek Township, previous marriages - twice, death of husband August 1912, divorce of husband July 1924.

Father - Chas. Parker, born Arkansas.

Mother - Katherine Parker, maiden name - Wells.

Signature - Ruth King

No. 19309, I, Roy R. Decker, hereby certify that on the 20th day of July 1924, at The farm home, Silas C. Harvey and Ruth King were by me United in marriage in accordance with license issued by the Clerk of Orphan's Court.

DEATH:

24 May 1943 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Tombstone - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, PA]

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 25 May 1943, p. 3, c. 3.]

Silas Harvey, aged 67, well known retired farmer of Oil Creek township, died at his home, 704 Superior street, at 11:30 a.m. yesterday, following an illness of several months. On January 26 he submitted to a major operation in St. Vincent's hospital in Erie and had been confined to his bed ever since. Mr. Harvey was a son of James and Sylvania Harvey and was born January 5, 1876, near Townville. At the age of 9 he came with his parents to what is known as the Harvey farm, at White Oak on the Spring Creek road, where he resided until he came to Titusville April 1, when he purchased the home on Superior street. Mr. Harvey was a successful farmer, a man of strong Christian character, devoted to his family and the interests of the community. He was a member of the White Oak Methodist church from young manhood and a teacher in the Sunday school. He was also a member of Hydetown Grange. He did much for the church and supported all community movements. Mr. Harvey was much interested in tilling the soil and one of the successful farmers of Oil Creek, enjoying a large acquaintance through out the community. Mr. Harvey was married to Ruth King at his farm home on July 20, 1924. Besides the wife he leaves the following children by his first marriage: Mark Harvey of Scranton; Judson Harvey of the U. S. Navy, reported missing in action on January 9; Mrs. Mae Van Guilder of Titusville; Robert Harvey, Route 2, Titusville; Staff Sergeant Paul Harvey, somewhere in New Guinea. A daughter, Mrs. Harriet Quinn, died several years ago. There are two step-children: Marvin Petty at home and Mrs. Edna Hower of Trout Run road, and the following grandchildren: Robert, Kenneth, Harold, Eugene, William and Betty Mae Quinn, Mark Harvey, Jr., Ronald and Winifred Harvey, Lily, Ada and Lucie Van Guilder, and a step-grandchild, Joslyn Hower; two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Herman of Meadville and Mrs. Rose Jackson of Bethel and two brothers, B. O. Harvey of Tionesta and Harry Harvey of Ithaca, NY. A prayer service will be conducted at the home, 704 Superior street, at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, followed by services at the White Oak church at 2:30 p.m. Interment will be in the Excelsior cemetery. Arrangements by the Flanders- Arnold funeral home.

BURIAL:

26 May 1943 - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Tombstone - Silas C. Harvey Jan. 5, 1876-May 24, 1943 In Loving Memory]

[Funeral notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 27 May 1943, p. 6, c. 3.]

Services for Silas C. Harvey were conducted from the White Oak Methodist church at 2:30 p.m. yesterday, preceded by prayer at the home, 704 Superior street, at 1:30 p.m. Rev. Dwight Jack of Youngsville, a former pastor, officiated and there was a large attendance of neighbors, relatives and friends, Electra Clark and Ruth Burrows sang "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Sometime We'll Understand". Mrs. John Anderson was accompanist. There were many floral tributes. Interment was in the Excelsior cemetery with the following as pall-bearers: Manley, Arthur and Daniel Sutton, Ray Foster, Freeman Wescoat, Blaine Holmes. Among those attending were the following; Mark S. Harvey of Scranton; Mrs. Will Bender of Jamestown, N. Y.; Mrs. Jennie Herman, Mrs. Cecil Davis and the latter's mother, of Meadville; Frank Harvey of Erie; Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Harvey of Tionesta; Mrs. James Firster and Mrs. Myrtle Burchfield of Oil City; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harvey and family of Townville.

BIOGRAPHY:

Mr. and Mrs. Silas Harvey and family spent Thanksgiving with the former's daughter, Mrs. Clesson VanGuilder at Grand Valley.

[White Oak News, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, 9 December 1933, Saturday, p. 7, c. 5.]

[Will Book 26, p. 311-312, Crawford Co. Court House, Meadville, Pa.] (Copy in possession of Robert A. Sutton.)

p. 311:

Will of Silas C. Harvey - Registered June 24, 1943.

I, Silas C. Harvey, of Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pa., being of sound mind and memory, do make this my Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all former Wills made by me.

First: I direct my Executor, hereinafter named, to pay all my just debts, ...

Second: I give and bequeath to my beloved wife, Ruth E. Harvey, all of my personal property, ...or shall she have predeceased me, I give and bequeath the same unto my five (5) children and my two (2) step-children, as hereinafter set forth, share and share alike.

Third: All of my real estate, and all the rest, residue and remainder of my estate, ... I give, devise and bequeath unto my beloved wife, Ruth E. Harvey, to have, hold, use, possess and enjoy for and during the term of her natural life, and upon her death, or should she have predeceased me, upon my death, I give, devise and bequeath all of my real estate, and all the rest, residue and remainder of my property, ... unto my five (5) children, to wit:

Mark S. Harvey, Gerald J. Harvey, Mae H. VanGuilder, Robert A. Harvey and Paul A. Harvey, and my two (2) step-children, Marvin E. Petty and Edna K. Hower, share and share alike.

Fourth: In case any of my said children or step-children shall have predeceased me, I direct that the share of such child shall go to his decendants, so that the decendants of any child who may have predeceasd me, shall take per stripes and not per capita...

Fifth: I hereby nominate , constitute and appoint The Second National Bank of Titusville, Pa., to be the Executor of this, my last Will and Testament, ...

Sixth: I further nominate, constitute and appoint The Second National Bank of Titusville, Pa., to be Trustee, in the nature of a Guardian, for the estates of any minor beneficiaries who may take hereunder.

p. 312:

I, Silas C, Harvey, with within-named testator, do hereby make and publish this Codicil to be added to my Last Will and Testament, bearing date of the Twelfth day of Mary (sic), A.D. 1942, in the manner following, to wit:

1. It is my will and desire that the children of my deceased daughter, Harriet Harvey Quinn, shall participate in the distribution of my estate, in that they shall take the share of my said deceased daughter, to be divided equally among them, share and share alike. The children of of (sic) my said deceased daughter are: Kenneth, Robert, Eugene, Harold, Betty Mae and William Quinn.

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal, this Sixth day of May A.D. 1943.

Silas C. Harvey (Seal)

(Subscribing witnesses: Mrs. Silas Harvey, Edward J. McDonald, Evelyn McDonald.)

 

More About SILAS CHIDISTER HARVEY:

Burial: Excelsior Ch. Warren Co. Pa.

Notes for ADAH BEERS:

 

BIRTH: 18 March 1885 - Buffalo, New York.

[MD11:99, license #10436, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.

[Place of birth from Marriage Application of son, Silas, to Vivian May Clarke, Docket 24:688, license 22615, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.]

[U.S. Census 25 & 26 April 1910, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, E.D. 28, Family 108, Dwelling 109.]

Harvey, Ada E. - Wife, female, white, age 25 years, 1st marriage 2 years, born Pennsylvania. Father born New York. Mother born Pennsylvania

MARRIAGE:

7 August 1907 - Silas Chidster Harvey, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[MD11:99, License 10436, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.]

[Wedding Announcement, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 8 August 1907, p. 2, c. 4]

DEATH:

27 February 1920 - Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 28 February, 1920, p. 5, c. 4]

Mrs. Adah Eliza Harvey, wife of Silas Harvey, died at the family home near White Oak, Friday forenoon, following an illness of only a few days with pneumonia. She was 35 years 11 months and 17 days of age and was well known and highly respected in the neighborhood where she had spent most of her life. Besides the husband, she leaves six children, the youngest only 2 months of age and the next to the youngest child is also critically ill. Funeral services in her memory will be held from the White Oak church Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock.

BURIAL:

2 March 1920 - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Burial Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 4 March 1920, p. 5, c. 4]

The funeral of Mrs. Silas Harvey was conducted from the White Oak church Tuesday afternoon at 1:30. Rev. R. K. Rumbaugh, pastor officiating. Music was rendered by a choir led by Professor Harter, the selections being "Jesus Lover of My Soul", "Some Time We'll Understand" and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." The interment was made in the Union cemetery. Note: Her stone is in Excelsior Cemetery.

Note: Paper states burial was to be in Union Cemetery. Not sure if this was a mistake made in the paper or if she was later moved to the Excelsior Cemetery, but her stone is there.

[Tombstone - Adah 1885-1920, next to James U. Harvey.]

 

More About ADAH BEERS:

Burial: Mar 1920, Excelsior Church Cemetery Warren Co. Pa.

Notes for RUTH PARKER KING:

BIRTH:

25 February 1892 - Honey Grove, Texas.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 2 June 1969, p. 5., c. 7.]

[U.S. Federal Census, 29 April 1930, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, Sheet 9B, E.D. 20-13.]

Harvey, Ruth A. - Wife, female, white, age 37 years, married, age at first marriage - 19 years, attended school since Sept. 1, 1929 - No; able to read and write - yes; born Texas, Father born Arkansas, Mother born Arkansas.

MARRIAGE:

(1M) William A. Petty.

[Obituary of son, Marvin E. Petty, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 17 August 1968, p. 5, c. 5.]

(2M) ... King.

[Obituary of Silas Chidster Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 25 May 1943, p. 3, c. 3.]

(3M) 20 July 1924 - Silas Chidster Harvey, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA.

[Obituary of Silas Chidster Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 25 May 1943, p. 3, c. 3.]

[Marriage Docket 20:692, license 19309, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.]

(4M) 25 November 1946 - Harold Dennis Frost, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Wedding Announcement Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Married at home of bride, 704 Superior Street, Titusville, PA, by Rev. Mark H. Parry.]

[Marriage Docket 57:25604, Venango County Courthouse, Franklin, PA.]

DENNIS H. FROST - white, male, Oil Field worker, born Tidioute, PA, age 50 years. Residence 704 Superior St., Titusville, PA. Previous marriages, one divorce 1 December 1944.

Father - Richard N. Frost, deceased, born Townville, PA.

Mother - Anna Frost, deceased, maiden name Walters, born Tidioute, PA.

Signed Dennis H. Frost

RUTH A. HARVEY - white, female, Housekeeper, born Texas, age 54 years. Residence 704 Superior St., Titusville, PA. Previous

marriage one, death 24 May 1943.

Father - J. C. Parker, deceased, born Arkansas.

Mother - Kathern Parker, deceased, maiden name Wells, born Arkansas.

Married 25 November 1946 at Titusville, Crawford County, PA, by Mark H. Parry, Minister of the Gospel.

[Tombstone, Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Crawford County, PA.]

[Obituary of Harold (Dennis) Frost, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 16 July 1963, p. 5, c. 1.]

DEATH:

1 June 1969 - Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 2 June 1969, p. 5, c. 7.]

Mrs. Ruth A. Frost, 77, of 704 Superior St., died Sunday in Titusville Hospital at 12:30 p.m. She was born at Honey Grove, Texas, on Feb. 25, 1892, the daughter of Charles Joseph and Margaret Catherine Wells Parker. Mrs. Frost is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Edna Hower of Titusville, RD 3; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs Catherine Propheter of Fort Myers, Fla.; two brothers B. K. Parker of Fort Myers, Fla., and M. A. Parker of Little Rock, Ark.; several nieces and nephews. One son, Marvin Petty died in August, 1968. Her husband, one sister and one brother also died previously. Friends may call at the Raymond W. Arnold Funeral Home today and Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and attend the funeral service there Wednesday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Henry Zimmerman of the Pleasantville United Methodist Church officiating. Interment will be in Excelsior Cemetery.

BURIAL:

4 June 1969 - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 2 June 1969, p. 5, c. 7.]

[Tombstone - Ruth A. Frost 1892-1969.]

 

More About RUTH PARKER KING:

Burial: 04 Jun 1969, Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Twp., Warren Co., Pa.

Children of SILAS HARVEY and ADAH BEERS are:

110. i. MARK SILAS SR.11 HARVEY, b. 27 Jul 1908, Tittusville, Pa.; d. 17 Feb 1997, Hamilton, Pa..

111. ii. LEAH HARRIET HARVEY, b. 07 Oct 1910; d. 03 Jan 1940, Titusville Pa..

iii. GERALD JUDSON HARVEY, b. 1912; d. 09 Jan 1943.

Notes for GERALD JUDSON HARVEY:

Reported missing in action Jan. 9, 1943 by the U.S. Navy

BIRTH:

About 1912 - Pennsylvania.

[Information from "Harvey Family", given by Mark Silas Harvey Jr., 21 January 1998, Titusville, PA.]

[U.S. Federal Census, 29 April 1930, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, Sheet 9B, E.D. 20-13.]

HARVEY, JUDD H. - Son, owned home, value $4,000, has radio set, lives on farm - yes, age 17 years, single, attended school since Sept. 1, 1929 - yes, able to read and write - yes, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Pennsylvania.

DEATH:

10 January 1943

[Obituary, Mrs. Mae Van Guilder, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 1 February 1954, p. 5, c. 3.] See Below.

[Information from "Harvey Family", given by Mark Silas Harvey Jr., 21 January 1998, Titusville, PA.]

BURIAL:

1943

[Information from "Harvey Family", given by Mark Silas Harvey Jr., 21 January 1998, Titusville, PA.]

BIOGRAPHY:

Declared lost in action by War Department on January 10, 1944.

[Obituary, Mrs. Mae Van Guilder, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 1 February 1954, p. 5, c. 3.]

 

112. iv. ANNA MAE HARVEY, b. 1913; d. 30 Jan 1954.

113. v. ROBERT HARVEY, b. 24 May 1917.

vi. PAUL HARVEY, b. 04 Feb 1920; d. 06 Nov 1993, Ca..

Notes for PAUL HARVEY:

[U.S. Federal Census, 29 April 1930, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, Sheet 9B, E.D. 20-13.]

HARVEY, Paul A. - Son, male, white, age 10 years, single, attended school since Sept 1, 1929 - yes, able to read and write - yes, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Pennsylvania.

 

BIOGRAPHY:

Living in Dayton, Ohio in 1946

[Obituary, Bert O. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 11 February 1946, p. 2, c. 4]

 

Children of SILAS HARVEY and RUTH KING are:

vii. MARVIN11 PETTY.

Notes for MARVIN PETTY:

Stepson of Silas

114. viii. EDNA PETTY, b. 20 Jan 1921, Oil City, Venango Co., Pa.; d. 10 Sep 1988, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa..

 

76. WILLIAM (JESSE) ZIMMERMAN10 BENDER (PERMELIA CATHERINE9 HARVEY, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 1861172. He married GRACE STUMP. She was born Abt. 1871 in NY.172, and died Aft. 30 Jul 1955173.

Notes for WILLIAM (JESSE) ZIMMERMAN BENDER:

Believe William (Jesse) to be son, born out of wedlock, to Jacob Zimmerman and Permelia Harvey. He is shown in the 1870 census as youngest child (age 9) of Silas and Jane Harvey.

 

Children of WILLIAM BENDER and GRACE STUMP are:

i. WILLIAM11 BENDER.

ii. VIC BENDER, m. KLIEN.

 

77. MINNIE ADELEIDE10 COLEMAN (PERMELIA CATHERINE9 HARVEY, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)174 was born 10 Jun 1868 in Pa.174. She married JOSEPH J. HILTS. He was born Abt. 1868 in Canada175.

Child of MINNIE COLEMAN and JOSEPH HILTS is:

i. NATHAN J.11 HILTS, b. Abt. 1909.

 

78. PERRY ELWIN10 HARVEY (PERRY9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 08 Jan 1870 in Richmond Twp., Ashtabula Co. Oh... He married (1) CATHERINE SMITH. He married (2) BELL.

Notes for BELL:

We believe she was married to John Marvin before she married Perry Elwin. In the 1910 census for Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Ohio Perry and Bell are married with two of her daughters, Kittie age 18 and Molly age 10 in the household. They are listed as step daughters to Perry.

In 1920 Richmond Twp. Ashtabula Co. Perry and Bell are still married with son Milton age 8 and daughter age 6.

By 1930 they are divorced and Perry is living in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co. in the household of Bessie M. Campbell. He is listed as divorced and as a laborer on a dairy farm.

"In ca 1903 a Perry Harvey was brought up on charges of attempted murder ---- trying to poison one John Marvin with arsenic. The judge's name was Peck. Think the John Marvin was the ex?-husband of the Bell that Perry shows up married to in the 1910 census.

Children of PERRY HARVEY and CATHERINE SMITH are:

115. i. QUINN OLIVER11 HARVEY, b. 25 Mar 1889, Ashtabula Co.; d. 09 Mar 1952, Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co., Pa..

116. ii. FLORENCE LORETTA HARVEY, b. 20 Oct 1892, Ashtabula Co. Oh.; d. 21 Nov 1924, Kentfield Ca..

Children of PERRY HARVEY and BELL are:

iii. MILTON11 HARVEY, b. Abt. 1912, Oh..

iv. GERALDINE HARVEY, b. Abt. 1914, Oh..

 

79. GEORGE AVERA10 HARVEY,RAYHARVEY (PERRY9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 23 Feb 1882, and died 11 Jun 1941. He married FLORENCE BELLE WISER 28 Aug 1909 in Richmond Center. She was born 26 Jan 1885 in Erie Pa., and died 02 Mar 1953 in Pierpoint.

More About FLORENCE BELLE WISER:

Burial: Pierpoint Oh.

Children of GEORGE HARVEY and FLORENCE WISER are:

117. i. VERN D11 HARVEY.

118. ii. AVERA J.B. HARVEY, b. 13 Apr 1911; d. 22 Jun 1987, Jefferson Oh..

119. iii. IVAN EUGENE HARVEY, b. 1912; d. 1980.

iv. RUTH EVELYN HARVEY, b. 1914; d. 1932.

 

80. ALBERT ELMER10 HARVEY (GEORGE WASHINGTON9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 08 Feb 1874 in Crawford Co. Pa.176, and died 12 Mar 1959 in Titusville, Crawford Co., Pa.. He married EFFA T. BELL 08 Feb 1898 in Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa.177, daughter of GEORGE BELL and MARY FINK. She was born 10 Nov 1883 in Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.178, and died 16 Mar 1965 in Titusville Crawford Co., Pa..

Notes for ALBERT ELMER HARVEY:

14 March 1959 - Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 13 April 1959]Albert E. Harvey, 84, of 204 N. Third St., died at his home at 11:50 a.m. yesterday after an extended illness. He was born on Feb. 8, 1875, at Shriners's Corners, Crawford County, the son of George and Eta Pencil Harvey. He married Effa Bell in Titusville on Feb. 8, 1898. Mr. Harvey lived for more than 36 years at White City, east of Titusville, after which he moved to Pleasantville and lived there for 15 years before coming to Titusville in 1955. He lived here since that time. While at White City he operated a dairy farm and was employed in oil fields of this area. He was later employed by the Cities Service refinery for 10 years, until the refinery was closed down. Besides his wife, Mr. Harvey leaves the following children: Mrs. Dennis Turner of Titusville, RD 2, Charles Harvey of Pleasantville, Mrs. Elsie Dibble of Titusville; 15 grandchildren and 43 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Mable Johnson of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs. Florence Sterling of Titusville and one brother, Henry Harvey of Titusville. A sister, Ida Buser, preceded him in death. The body is at the Arnold Funeral Home where friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. The funeral service will be held there at 2 p.m. Saturday and burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville. Rev. Milton Shaffer, pastor of the Pleasantville Methodist Church, will officiate at the service assisted by Rev. James Gray.

 

More About ALBERT ELMER HARVEY:

Burial: 14 Mar 1959, Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville Venango Co., Pa.

Notes for EFFA T. BELL:

BIRTH:

10 November 1883 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 17 March 1965, p. 5, c. 2.]

MARRIAGE:

8 February 1898 - Albert E. Harvey, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, of Albert E. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 13 March 1959]

DEATH:

16 March 1965 - Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 17 March 1965, p. 5, c. 2]

Mrs. Effa Iola Harvey, 83, of 204 N. Third St., widow of Albert Harvey, died at Titusville Hospital at 11:15 a.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Harvey was born Nov. 10, 1883, in Titusville, the daughter of Clements and Mayme Fink Bell. On Feb. 8, 1898, she married Albert Harvey. He died March 13, 1939. The couple lived a number of years in White City, Pleasantville and Titusville. Mrs. Harvey attended the Methodist Church. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Cecile Turner and Mrs. Elsie Dibble, both of Titusville; one son, Charles Harvey of Pleasantville; 14 grandchildren; 48 great grandchildren; nine great great grandchildren; one niece and one nephew. One sister, Nettie Van Allen, died previously. Friends may call at the Raymond W. Arnold funeral Home today and Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. The funeral service will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home with Rev. H. Curtis Shaw, pastor of the Pleasantville Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery in Pleasantville.

BURIAL:

19 March 1965 - Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 17 March 1965, p. 5, c. 2.]

Children of ALBERT HARVEY and EFFA BELL are:

120. i. CECIL F.11 HARVEY, b. 02 Aug 1899, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 10 Feb 1992, Girard Erie Co., Pa..

121. ii. ELSIE MAE HARVEY, b. 20 Nov 1904, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 26 Jul 1977, Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa..

122. iii. CHARLES HARVEY, b. 27 Jan 1901, East Titusville, Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 03 Dec 1980, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa..

 

81. HENRY C.10 HARVEY (GEORGE WASHINGTON9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 08 Apr 1883 in Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.179, and died 15 Feb 1964 in Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa.. He married CARRIE M. KIGHTLINGER180, daughter of ABRAHAM KIGHTLINGER and VIOLA MOORE. She was born 14 May 1886 in Southwest Twp., Warren Co., Pa.180, and died 16 Feb 1984 in Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa..

Notes for HENRY C. HARVEY:

A son of Henry died in a gunshot accident on Oct. 27, 1883.

BIRTH:

8 April 1884 - Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 17 February 1964, p. 5, c. 5.]

[U.S. Census, 9 June 1900, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, family 65, sheet B3. Enumerator Millie Kerr.]

Harvey , Henry - Son, male, white, born April 1883 PA, age 17 years, single. Father born PA. Mother born Canada.

MARRIAGE:

4 May 1909 - Carrie May Kightlinger, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Carrie May (Kightlinger) Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 17 February 1984, p. 5, c. 5.]

DEATH:

15 February 1964 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 17 February 1964, p. 5, c. 5.]

Henry C. Harvey, 79, of 508 Monroe St., died at 1 a.m. Saturday after a long illness. Mr. Harvey was born April 8, 1884, on the Spring Creek Road, Crawford County. On May 4, 1909, he married Carrie Kightlinger in Titusville. He was the son of the late George and Etta Pencil Harvey. Mr. Harvey was a driller by trade and followed the oil business all of his life. He was a member of the Nazarene Church of Titusville. He is survived by his wife and two daughters, Mrs. Richard (Marie) Foley of Titusville, and Mrs. Sherwell (Hazel) Arthurs of Union City; two sons, George Harvey of Union City and Edward Harvey of Tryonville, seven grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Florence Sterling of Titusville. One son, Raymond, preceded him in death in 1942. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Tracy Home of Funerals and may attend the funeral service there at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Rev. Clair D. Walker, pastor of the Nazarene Church of Titusville, will officiate. Interment will be in the family plot in Union Cemetery.

BURIAL:

18 February 1964 - Union Cemetery, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 17 February 1964, p. 5, c. 5.]

[Tombstone - Henry C. Harvey 1884-1964. Plot 107, Lot 3, Grave 2.]

 

More About HENRY C. HARVEY:

Burial: 18 Feb 1964, Union Cemetery, Oil Creek, Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.

Notes for CARRIE M. KIGHTLINGER:

14 May 1886 - Southwest Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 17 February 1984, p. 5, c. 5]

MARRIAGE:

4 May 1909 - Henry C. Harvey, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 17 February 1984, p. 5, c. 5]

DEATH:

16 February 1984 - Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 17 February 1984, p. 5, c. 5]

Mrs. Carrie May Harvey, 97, a resident of Titusville Medical Services, died at 4:20 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 16, 1984, in Titusville Hospital. She was a former resident of Central Towers. She was born in Southwest Township, Warren County, May 14, 1886, a daughter of the late Abraham and Lovila Moore Kightlinger. She was married to Henry Harvey on May 4, 1909, in Titusville. Mr. Harvey died Feb. 15, 1964. Mrs. Harvey attended the Wesleyan Methodist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Hazel Arthurs of Titusville; a son Edward Harvey of Centerville, RD 4; seven grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Mrs Marie Foley; and two sons, Raymond Harvey and George Harvey. Five brothers and six sisters also preceded her in death. Friends may call at the Gordon B. Garrett Funeral Home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and attend the funeral service there Saturday at 1 p.m. with Rev. Samuel Wickard, pastor of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Union Cemetery. The family has said memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor's choice.

BURIAL:

18 February 1984 - Union Cemetery, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 17 February 1984, p. 5, c. 5]

[Tombstone - Carrie M. Harvey 1896-1984. Plot 107, Lot 3, Grave 1]

 

More About CARRIE M. KIGHTLINGER:

Burial: 18 Feb 1984, Union Cemetery, Oil Creek, Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.

Children of HENRY HARVEY and CARRIE KIGHTLINGER are:

123. i. RAYMOND W.11 HARVEY, b. 25 May 1910, Mt. Hope Warren Co. Pa.; d. 22 Jul 1942, Wellsboro, Tioga Co., Pa..

ii. MARIE HARVEY, b. Abt. 1912181; d. Bef. 17 Feb 1984; m. RICHARD FOLEY.

Notes for MARIE HARVEY:

120. Marie HARVEY-12469

MARRIAGE:

Richard Foley.

[Obituary of Henry C. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 17 February 1964, p. 5, c. 5.]

DEATH:

Before 17 February 1984 -

[Deceased in obituary of Mother, Carrie May Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 17 February 1984, p. 5, c. 5.]

 

Notes for RICHARD FOLEY:

120S. Richard FOLEY-12474

MARRIAGE:

Marie Harvey.

[Obituary of Henry C. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 17 February 1964, p. 5, c. 5.]

 

124. iii. REV. GEORGE A. HARVEY, b. 1913, Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 29 May 1983, Dunnelllon, Marion Co. Fla..

iv. HAZEL HARVEY, b. 1915182; d. Aft. 17 Feb 1984; m. SHERWELL ARTHURS.

Notes for HAZEL HARVEY:

121. Hazel HARVEY-12470

MARRIAGE:

Sherwell Arthurs.

[Obituary of Henry C. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 17 Februay 1964, p. 5, c. 5.]

DEATH:

After 17 February 1984 -

[Obituary of Mother, Carrie May Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 17 February 1984, p. 5, c. 5.]

 

Notes for SHERWELL ARTHURS:

121S. Sherwell ARTHURS-12475

MARRIAGE:

Hazel Harvey.

[Obituary of Henry C. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 17 February 1964, p. 5, c. 5.]

 

v. EDWARD HARVEY, b. 27 Jun 1923, Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa.182; d. 10 Apr 1990, Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa.; m. ADELINE ALCORN, 17 Dec 1947, Presbyterian Church, Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa..

Notes for EDWARD HARVEY:

124. Edward L. HARVEY-12472

BIRTH:

27 June 1923 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 12 April 1990, p. 5, c. 4]

MARRIAGE:

17 December 1947 - Adeline Alcorn, Presbyterian Church, Pleasantville, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 12 April 1990, p. 5, c. 4]

DEATH:

10 April 1990 - Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 12 April 1990, p. 5, c. 4]

Edward L. Harvey, 66, of Centerville, RD 4, died at 6:10 p.m. Tuesday, April 10, 1990, in Titusville Area Hospital following an illness of several months. Mr. Harvey was born in Titusville June 27, 1923, the son of the late Henry and Carrie May Kightlinger Harvey. He was married to the former Adeline Alcorn on Dec. 17, 1947, in the Pleasantville Presbyterian Church. He was a veteran of World War II, having entered the service April 10, 1943, at New Cumberland, Pa. He served with Co. G. 142nd Infantry Regiment, 36th Infantry Division. He received the Good Conduct Medal, Distinguished Unit Badge, and served in the Pacific Theater of War. Mr. Harvey was discharged from the military at Indiantown Gap Military Reservation on Jan. 9, 1946, with the rank of private first class. He was self employed for a number of years as a timber dealer. For the past nine years, Mr. Harvey was employed by Union Drilling Co. as a truck driver. He managed the Hydetown Softball Field for the past 20 years. Mr. Harvey is survived by his wife; two sisters-in-law, Mrs. Esther Hopkins of Floral City, Fla., and Mrs. Kenneth (Bettie) McClenaghan of Milwaukee, Wisc.; two brothers-in-law, David Alcorn of Flora City, Fla., and Richard Alcorn of Jamestown, N. Y. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive. In addition to his parents, Mr. Harvey was preceded in death by two brothers, George Harvey and Raymond Harvey, and two sisters, Mrs. Hazel Arthurs and Mrs. Marie Foley. Friends may call at the Gordon B. Garrett Funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and attend the funeral service there at 1:30 p.m. Friday with Rev. David L. Alcorn, pastor of the Free Methodist Church of Millcreek Township, Erie County, officiating. Rev. Alcorn is a nephew of Mr Harvey. Interment will be in Kerr Hill Cemetery, Gresham.

BURIAL:

13 April 1990 - Kerr Hill Cemetery, Gresham, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 12 April 1990, p. 5, c. 4]

 

More About EDWARD HARVEY:

Burial: 13 Apr 1990, Kerr Hill Cemetery, Gresham, Crawford Co., Pa.

 

82. THAYER CHAPMAN10 HARVEY (JOHN C.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 25 Apr 1881 in Ashtabula Co., Ohio, and died 28 Feb 1963 in Greenville Pa.. He married ETHEL MAUD SCOWDEN 06 Jan 1905, daughter of JOHN SCOWDEN and SUSAN PROBST. She was born 23 Jan 1888, and died 29 Mar 1962 in Mercer County Home.

More About ETHEL MAUD SCOWDEN:

Burial: 02 Apr 1962, Andover Oh. Maple Grove

Children of THAYER HARVEY and ETHEL SCOWDEN are:

125. i. CHARLES E.11 HARVEY, b. 26 Jun 1906, Ohio; d. 02 Feb 1974, East Fairfield Crawford Co. Pa..

126. ii. HAROLD EUGENE HARVEY, b. 21 Jul 1909, Hartstown, Pa.; d. 08 Aug 1986, Warren State Hospital Pa..

iii. MARGARET HARVEY, b. Sep 1916; d. 1919.

Notes for MARGARET HARVEY:

Died of piosoning

127. iv. JOHN C HARVEY, b. 01 Oct 1918, Andover Ashtabula Co. Oh; d. Sep 1985, Sharon Mercer Co., Pa..

128. v. EMMA LUELLA HARVEY, b. 23 Nov 1923.

129. vi. ARTHUR HARVEY, b. 02 Jun 1929.

 

83. COBURN CARL10 HARVEY (JOHN C.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 06 Jul 1884 in Ohio183, and died 22 Feb 1960 in New Castle, Pa.183. He married LORETTA GRACE BEERS 1907184, daughter of CHARLES BEERS and ANNA GALE. She was born 22 Apr 1890 in Olean N.Y./Pa.185, and died 30 Dec 1950 in New Castle Pa.186.

Notes for COBURN CARL HARVEY:

Coburn Carl, who perfered to go by Carl, was a large man over 6 ft. weighing well over 200 lbs. He would occasionally take down his violin case with the bright red linning and play for us.

When he and my father had adjoining farms in Salem Twp. Mercer Co. Pa., one of my aunts would ocassionally take me, as a child of 3 or 4 down over the hill. There we would stand by the railroad tracks and wait for grandfather to come steaming by in his locomotive. We would wave until he was out of sight and then trudge back up the hill.

He was fond of a good chew and an ocassionly a shot and a beer in his younger days. I recall one Sunday going to church with him at the United Brethren Church on Main Street in Greenville, Pa. He had forgotten he had a chew in, and had to make a hasty exit to get rid of it. The United Brethren took a dim view of chewing and other such worldly pursuits.

 

After leaving the farm during WW II he resided on 2nd St. in Greenville across the street from his daughter and my aunt Alice Ann (Harvey) McKay, Osborn.

During my teens we were together often and if he drove anywhere out of town, I was the one riding "shotgun".

He and grandmother Loretta spent the last years of their lives, living in a small house on my fathers farm in Shenango Twp., Lawrence Co., Pa.

 

 

More About COBURN CARL HARVEY:

Burial: Hadley Cemetery Mercer Co. Pa.

Cause of Death: Cancer of bowels

Occupation: Railroad Engineer

Notes for LORETTA GRACE BEERS:

said to have had 15 children, one of whom died before 1913.

More About LORETTA GRACE BEERS:

Burial: 01 Jan 1951, Hadley Cemetery, Mercer Co. Pa.186

Cause of Death: Matastatic Carcinoma of the breast

Children of COBURN HARVEY and LORETTA BEERS are:

130. i. FRANK DARRELL11 HARVEY, b. 12 Apr 1909, Andover Ohio; d. 05 Oct 1970, New Castle Pa..

131. ii. ALICE ANN HARVEY, b. 1912, Ashtabula Co. Ohio; d. 11 May 1973, Greenville Pa..

132. iii. JAMES CHARLES HARVEY, b. 19 Feb 1913, Ashtabula, Ashtabula Co., Ohio; d. 14 Mar 1973, Shenango Twp., Lawrence Co., Pa..

133. iv. GLADYS HARVEY, b. 31 Jan 1915, Ashtabula Co. Ohio; d. Mar 1973, Greenville, Pa..

134. v. ALTON HARVEY,PETE HARVEY, b. 19 Sep 1918, Ashtabula Co. Ohio; d. 07 Jun 1972, Germansville, Lehigh Co., Pa..

vi. RUTH MARY HARVEY, b. 31 Mar 1920, Mercer Co. Pa.; d. 20 Jun 1996, Trumbull Co. Oh.; m. (1) HAROLD BAKER; b. Abt. 1917187; d. 1948; m. (2) HATFIELD; m. (3) JAMES MCCALLUM, Abt. 1960; b. Abt. 1902; m. (4) RENARD, Abt. 1980.

Notes for RUTH MARY HARVEY:

R Roberts Memorial Funeral Home

180 Garfield Dr.

Warren Oh.

44483-5599

(216)392-2559

More About RUTH MARY HARVEY:

Burial: 24 Jun 1996, Hillcrest Cem. Hermitage, Mercer Co. Pa

Cause of Death: Cancer of bowels

Notes for HAROLD BAKER:

Veteran of WWII U.S. Navy

Killed in Sharon Pa. when a tree fell across his car crushing his chest.

135. vii. GEORGE EDWARD HARVEY, b. 26 Jan 1922, Greenville, Mercer Co. Pa..

viii. EVELYN HARVEY, b. 07 Sep 1923, Greenville Pa.; d. 1943, Greenville Pa..

More About EVELYN HARVEY:

Cause of Death: Spinal mengitis

136. ix. ESTHER LOUELLA HARVEY, b. 04 May 1925, Greenville, Pa.; d. 08 Jan 2004, Warren, Oh..

137. x. MERLE HARVEY, b. 28 May 1927, Greenville, Mercer Co., Pa.; d. 25 Jan 2003, Warren, Trumbull Co., Oh..

138. xi. HELEN IRENE HARVEY, b. 31 Jan 1930, Hadley Pa..

 

84. JOHN L.10 HARVEY (JOHN C.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 08 Feb 1889 in Ohio, and died 16 Jan 1960. He married MARY C. RUNYAN. She was born Abt. 1899 in Oh.188, and died 1967.

Notes for JOHN L. HARVEY:

Worked for Ohio Edison Power Co.

Children of JOHN HARVEY and MARY RUNYAN are:

139. i. CHESTER11 HARVEY.

140. ii. WILLIAM B. HARVEY.

141. iii. WILMA HARVEY, b. Jun 1919, Pa.; d. 1993.

142. iv. THOMAS VERN HARVEY, b. 03 Dec 1922, Espyville Pa. Crawford; d. Jun 1991.

 

85. MARK DEWEY10 HARVEY (JOHN C.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 04 Aug 1898 in Ohio, and died 19 May 1970 in Spencer Hosp. Meadville Pa.. He married MARY WOOD. She was born 1903.

More About MARK DEWEY HARVEY:

Burial: Roselawn Memorial Gardens

Occupation: Railroad Worker

Children of MARK HARVEY and MARY WOOD are:

i. ELIZABETH11 HARVEY.

ii. ROBERT HARVEY.

Notes for ROBERT HARVEY:

Taken prisoner at "Battle of the Bulge" WWII. Held in Stalag 3 Germany.

iii. LAWRENCE HARVEY, b. Mar 1920, Greenville Pa..

iv. DORIS HARVEY,DODDY HARVEY, b. Abt. 1922189.

 

86. SADIE JANE10 TAGGART (MARTHA9 HARVEY, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 15 Apr 1892. She married HARRY GENTRY. He was born 1893, and died 08 Feb 1960 in Muncie Ind..

Notes for HARRY GENTRY:

BIRTH:

About 1893

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 9 February 1960, p. 5, c. 8]

MARRIAGE:

Sadie Jane Taggart

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 9 February 1960, p. 5, c. 8]

DEATH:

8 February 1960 - Muncie, Indiana.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 9 February 1960, p. 5, c. 8]

Harry Gentry, 67, of Muncie, Ind., died at 9 o'clock last night at his home after a lingering illness. He was a veteran of World War I. Mr. Gentry married the former Sadie Jane Taggert (sic) of Titusville. Besides his wife, he leaves one son, Robert Gentry of Dayton, O. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.

BURIAL:

Probably Muncie, Indiana

No funeral announcement was ever put in the Titusville Herald.

Child of SADIE TAGGART and HARRY GENTRY is:

i. ROBERT11 GENTRY, d. Aft. 08 Feb 1960.

 

87. ROSEANNE10 TAGGART (MARTHA9 HARVEY, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 28 Jun 1899 in Enterprise, Southwest Twp. Warren Co., Pa., and died 08 Mar 1966 in Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa.. She married (1) CLYDE JACOB BEARCE 22 Jul 1922 in Meadville, Crawford Co. Pa., son of JOHN BEARCE and POLLY HIPPLE. He was born 06 May 1893 in North Sandy, Clarion Co., Pa., and died 07 Sep 1955 in Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa.. She married (2) IRA OVER 08 Nov 1958.

Notes for ROSEANNE TAGGART:

BIRTH:

28 June 1899 - Enterprise, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Record of Births, Book 1, page 127, entry 7, Warren County Court House, Warren, PA.]

Rosie Taggart, female, white, Father: Alex Taggart, laborer, Mother: Martha Taggart, residence: Enterprise, Warren Co., Pa., born: 28 June 1899 at Enterprise, Warren Co., recorded: December 22, 1899.

[Delayed Birth Certificate, File 6, Register No. 1956, Warren County Court House, Warren, PA, file date: 29 April 1959.]

Rose Ann Taggart (Over), born: 28 Jun 1899 in Southwest Twp., Warren Co.

Father: Alexander Taggart, w, born: Clarion Co., Pa., age 29y at birth of this child, saw mill worker, deceased.

Mother: Martha Jane Harvey Taggart, w, born: Townville, Pa., age 22y at birth of this child, deceased.

Rose living at Box 61, Reno, (Venango Co.), Pa., in Apr. 1959.

Relative: Sadie J. Gentry of R. 5, Muncie, IN.

Non-relative: Nellie McCammon, 124 1/2 N. Franklin St., Titusville, Pa.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 9 March 1966, p. 5, c. 9.]

[1900 Census, sheet 3-A, ED. 149, Southwest Twp., Warren Co., PA, 5-6 Jun 1900.] (See notes for her father, Alexander Taggart.)

Taggart, Rose - daughter, w, f, born: June 1899, age: 11/12, single, born Pa., father born Pa., mother born Pa.

[1910 Census, sheet A-1, E.D. 47, W. Central Ave., Titusville, Crawford Co., PA, 15 Apr 1910.]

(See notes for her mother, Martha J. (Harvey) Taggart.)

Taggart, Rose (I.) - daughter, f, w, age: 10y, born Pa., father born Pa., mother born Pa.

MARRIAGE:

(1M) 22 July 1922 - Clyde Jacob Bearce, Meadville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Clyde's obituary.] (See notes for Clyde Bearce.)

[MD 18, p. 587, License No. 18374, Crawford Co. Court House, Meadville, PA.]

Clyde J. Bearce, w, battery-man, birthplace: Butler, Pa., residence: Titusville, age: 29, previous marriages: once, divorced: 1918, Father: John, born: Pa., Teamster, Mother: Polly Anna, born: Pa., hskpr., maiden name of Mother: (blank).

Rosanna Taggart, w, occupation: none, birthplace: Enterprise, Pa., residence: Titusville, Pa., age: 23, previous marriages: none, Father: Alex Taggart, born: Pa., Mother: Martha Porter, maiden name of Mother: Harvey, born Pa.

Married: 22 July 1922, at Meadville, Pa., by O. R. Morris, Clerk of Courts.

(2M) 8 November 1958 - Ira Over.

[Obituary: Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 9 March 1966, p. 5, c. 9.]

DEATH:

9 March 1966 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary: Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 9 March 1966, p. 5, c. 9.]

Mrs. Rose Ann Over, 66, of 405 W. Central Ave., died at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday (8 Mar 1966) in her home.

She was born on June 28, 1899 at Enterprise, the daughter of Alexander and Martha Harvey Taggart. Her first husband, Claude Bearce, died in 1955. She married Ira Over on Nov. 8, 1958. Mrs. Over was a former officer of the Salvation Army in the state of Indiana for three years. She was a member of the Titusville Salvation Army and of the Diamond Grange. Surviving are her husband; three children, Mrs. Paul (Betty) Gillette of Townville, Mrs. Ralph (Anna) Gilson of Meadville and Leroy Bearce of Cochranton; six step-children, Mrs. Charles (Martha) Reymore of Reno, Russell Over and Mrs. Wilbur (Alice) Gross of Erie, Hugh Over of Whitings, N.J.; and Mrs. Ralph (Glenna) Snyder of Oil City; 23 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Jane Gentry of Muncie, Ind., and Mrs. A. R. Buis of Hartford City, Ind. Friends may call at the Theodore W. Kuhns Funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and attend the funeral service there at 2 p.m. Thursday with Major Howard Burr of the Erie Salvation Army and Rev. Ronald McGinnis, pastor of the Hydetown Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Diamond Cemetery.

BURIAL:

10 March 1966 - Diamond Cemetery, Plum Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary: Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 9 March 1966, p. 5, c. 9.]

Rose is buried with first husband.

[Tombstone - Rose A. Bearce 1899-1966]

At the foot of Clyde's and Rose's stone lies the following stone:

Our Angel Mother

Anna May Bearce

April 17, 1926

Jan. 3, 2000

I'm In His Hands

 

More About ROSEANNE TAGGART:

Burial: 10 Mar 1966, Diamond Cemetery, Plum Twp. Venango Co., Pa.

Notes for CLYDE JACOB BEARCE:

BIRTH:

6 May 1893 - North Sandy, Mercer County, Pennsylvania

[Obituary: Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 8 September 1955, p. 5, c. 4.]

MARRIAGE:

22 July 1922 - Rose Ann Taggart, Meadville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[MD 18, p. 587, License. No. 18374, Crawford County Court House, Meadville, Pa.]

[Obituary: Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 8 September 1955, p. 5, c. 4.]

DEATH:

7 September 1955 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary: Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 8 September 1955, p. 5, c. 4.]

Clyde J. Bearce, 62, of 406 W. Central Ave., an expert of many years' experience in automobile battery work, died at 3:30 p.m. yesterday at his home following an eight-month illness. He was born May 6, 1893, in North Sandy, Pa., a son of John B. and Pluma Hipple Bearce. On July 22, 1922 he married Rose Taggart of Titusville in Meadville. For the past 30 years he was employed at the Lee Coates and Son garage where he was in charge of the battery department. He had been in battery work during the days of the electric auto. Mr. Bearce belonged to the Titusville Masons, Venango Lodge of Perfection, was past high priest of Aaron Royal Arch chapter, was a past illustrious master of the Occident Council and at the time of his death was master of Diamond Grange. He attended the Presbyterian Church and the Men's Bible Class of the church. Besides his wife Mr. Bearce leaves two daughters, Mrs. Anna Gilson of Titusville and Mrs. Bette Gillette of Townville, a son, Pvt. LeRoy Bearce of Arlington Heights, Ill., and six grandchildren. Friends may call at the E. A. Peterson Funeral Home where Rev. Richard Shannon Graham will conduct the funeral service at 2 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in Diamond Cemetery

BURIAL:

9 September 1955 - Diamond Cemetery, Plum Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary: Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 8 September 1955, p. 5, c. 4.]

[Tombstone - Clyde J. Bearce 1893-1955]

 

More About CLYDE JACOB BEARCE:

Burial: 09 Sep 1955, Diamond Cemetery, Plum Twp. Venango Co., Pa.

Children of ROSEANNE TAGGART and CLYDE BEARCE are:

i. PAUL JOSEPH11 BEARCE, d. Bef. 05 Jan 2000.

Notes for PAUL JOSEPH BEARCE:

140. Paul Joseph BEARCE-26424

DEATH:

Before 5 January 2000

[Obituary of sister, Anna May Bearce Gilson Heller, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 5 January 2000, p. 5, c. 4]

 

143. ii. BETTE JANE BEARCE, b. 1923.

144. iii. ANNA MAE BEARCE, b. 17 Apr 1926, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 03 Jan 2000, Meadville, Crawford Co., Pa..

iv. LEROY HUGH BEARCE, b. 1935; m. ELIZABETH HANNA; d. 1998.

 

88. MINNIE10 BRITTON (CASSIUS DARIUS9, RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 24 Jul 1874 in Townville, Crawford Co., Pa.190, and died 28 Jul 1954 in Titusville Hospital, Titusville Pa.. She married GLENN L. DIBBLE 17 Feb 1896 in Jamestown, Chautauqua Co., Ny., son of MARSHCIUS DIBBLE and SARAH ALLISON. He was born 30 Sep 1872 in Enterprise, Warren Co., Pa., and died 10 Apr 1950 in Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa..

Children of MINNIE BRITTON and GLENN DIBBLE are:

i. ALETHA MILDRED11 DIBBLE, b. Mar 1897, Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa.; d. 28 Nov 1915, Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa..

Notes for ALETHA MILDRED DIBBLE:

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 30 November 1915, p 5, c 4]

[U.S. Federal Census 1 June 1900, Southwest Township, Warren County, PA, family 14.]

Dibble, Aletha M. - daughter, w, f, b. Mar 1897, 5 years, father - b. PA mother - b. PA

DEATH:

28 November 1915 - Pleasantville, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA,]

Aletha Mildred Dibble: The community was saddened early Monday morning to learn of the sudden death of Aletha, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dibble, who passed away shortly after midnight, Sunday, at the home of her parents in Pleasantville. Although Miss Dibble had been ailing for several months, there were still hopes that she might ultimately recover. All that fond parents could do, with the best of medical care, was done, yet it was to be otherwise. Shortly after midnight Sunday the gentle spirit of this sweet and loving daughter, like a ship leaving the harbor for a voyage, left its earthly tenement, heeding the call of the Savoir's voice. Aletha was of a lovable and sympathetic disposition, readily making friends of all who met her, and especially among her schoolmates was she most popular. The beautiful flowers which banked the altar rail, completely covering the casket, together with filled pews at the church, were quiet but emphatic testimonies of the high esteem in which the kind and Christian young lady was held. Eighteen summers she lived to adorn the home and bring joy to those who so dearly loved her, then migrating to the heavenly land to make it all the nearer to those left behind, and awaiting their coming after a few short, fleeting years. The funeral services were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the First Methodist Episcopal church, Rev. S. Lee Whiteman officiating. The young ladies of the junior class, high school, of which she was a member, attended in a body. The six young men acting as pall-bearers were Messrs. Leroy Bailey, Albert Lyons, Leroy Caster, Clarence White, Roscoe Ward and Arlyn Dunham. Interment at Fairview Heights. [Fairview Cemetery]

BURIAL:

1 December 1915 - Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Tombstone - Aletha Dibble 1897-1916 dau of Glenn and Minnie Dibble] Note: Incorrect death date on tombstone. Funeral

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 30 November 1915, p. 5, c. 4.]

Aletha Mildred Dibble, daughter of Glenn and Minnie Dibble, died shortly after midnight Sunday at the home of her parents at Pleasantville. Besides the parents, she leaves a brother, Marion Dibble. The deceased was 18 years of age last March and she had been ill for over a year. The funeral will be held from the M. E. church at Pleasantville on Wednesday at 2 p.m., Rev. S.

Lee Whiteman, pastor of the Pleasantville M. E. church officiating.

 

More About ALETHA MILDRED DIBBLE:

Burial: 01 Dec 1915, Fairfield Cemetery, Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa.

145. ii. MARION EUGENE DIBBLE, b. 31 Jan 1899, Stewarts Run, Harmony Twp. Forest Co., Pa.; d. 19 Apr 1936, Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa..

 

89. MARY ELLA10 BRITTON (CASSIUS DARIUS9, RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 06 Jan 1880 in White Oak, Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.190, and died 29 Feb 1972 in Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.. She married DANIEL DOUANE SUTTON 24 Dec 1902 in Tittusville, Crawford Co., Pa., son of DANIEL SUTTON and CYNTHIA WESCOAT. He was born 22 Jul 1882 in Guys Mills Crawford Co., Pa., and died 17 Jun 1963 in Hydetown, Crawford Co., Pa..

More About MARY ELLA BRITTON:

Burial: 03 Mar 1972, Union Cemetery, Oil Creek Twp. Crawford Co., Pa.

More About DANIEL DOUANE SUTTON:

Burial: 20 Jun 1963, Union Cemetery Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.

Children of MARY BRITTON and DANIEL SUTTON are:

146. i. EDNA FAE11 SUTTON, b. 31 Dec 1904, White Oak, Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 23 Apr 1992, Meadville, Crawford Co., Pa..

147. ii. RUBY LEONA SUTTON, b. 21 Sep 1906, White Oak, Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 21 Oct 2005, Presbyterian Home, Oil City, Venango Co., Pa..

148. iii. VIOLA MARIA SUTTON, b. 29 Sep 1909, Pineville, Southwest Twp., Warren Co., Pa.; d. 10 Jan 2001, Titusville Hospital, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa..

149. iv. LAWRENCE DOUANE SUTTON, b. 19 May 1917, Southwest Twp., Warren Co., Pa.; d. 26 Oct 2002, Halmont Hospital, Erie, Erie Co., Pa..

150. v. MERLE BRITTON SUTTON, b. 23 Apr 1919, West Hickory Twp., Forest Co., Pa.; d. 26 Jun 1998, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa..

 

90. PERRY WILLIAM10 ROCKWELL (THEODOCIA ADELINE9 BRITTON, RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 22 Nov 1879 in Richmond Twp., Ashtabula Co. Oh.., and died 02 Nov 1933 in Rouseville, Cornplanter Twp. Venango Co., Pa.. He married ELIZABETH. She was born Abt. 1883 in Pa.191.

More About PERRY WILLIAM ROCKWELL:

Burial: 05 Nov 1933, Grove Hill Cemetery, Oil City, Venango Co., Pa.

Children of PERRY ROCKWELL and ELIZABETH are:

i. EDWARD11 ROCKWELL, b. 03 Mar 1922; d. 08 Apr 1922.

Notes for EDWARD ROCKWELL:

BIRTH: 3 March 1922 -

DEATH:

8 April 1922 - Age: 0y 1m 5d.

[Obituary Card File, Franklin Pa., Library Pa. Rm.]

[Obituary, News Herald, Oil City, Pa., 10 Apr 1922, p. 10, c. 3.]

Rockwell, Edward, five week old son of M/M P. W. Rockwell. Born March 3, and died Saturday of unanition. Burial in Grove Hill Cemetery.

BURIAL:

April 1922 - Grove Hill Cem., Oil City, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, News Herald, Oil City, Pa., 10 Apr 1922, p. 10, c. 3.]

 

More About EDWARD ROCKWELL:

Burial: Apr 1922, Grove Hill Cemetery, Oil City, Venango Co., Pa.

ii. LILLIAN ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1908192.

iii. FRANCIS ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1910192.

iv. WALLACE ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1912192.

v. PERRY ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1919192.

vi. JAMES ROCKWELL, b. Abt. 1927193.

 

91. MAUDE LORAIN10 BRITTON (JAMES BRADLEY9, RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) She married ANSEL O. BENTLY 11 Sep 1892.

Children of MAUDE BRITTON and ANSEL BENTLY are:

i. MILDRED11 BENTLY.

ii. MAXINE BENTLY.

iii. HARRY BENTLY.

 

92. CLAYTON AUVERN10 BRITTON (JAMES BRADLEY9, RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) He married SUSAN J. HALL 11 Jul 1900.

Children of CLAYTON BRITTON and SUSAN HALL are:

i. LETA11 BRITTON.

ii. LYNN BRITTON.

iii. LILLIAN BRITTON.

iv. VIRGIL BRITTON.

v. LUELLA BRITTON.

 

93. JAMES NEWTON10 BRITTON (JAMES BRADLEY9, RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 11 Nov 1879 in Cherry Valley, Ashtabula Co., Oh., and died 14 Sep 1957 in Ashtabula Hospital, Ashtabula Oh.,. He married LUELLA ELIZABETH JEWELL 20 May 1900. She was born 27 May 1878 in Stanhope, Trumbull Co., Oh., and died 22 Mar 1953 in Vernon, Trumbull Co., Oh.

Children of JAMES BRITTON and LUELLA JEWELL are:

i. HOWARD11 BRITTON.

Notes for HOWARD BRITTON:

died as an infant

 

151. ii. LAWRENCE NEWTON BRITTON, b. 04 Apr 1902, Hempfield Twp., Mercer Co., Pa.; d. 04 Feb 1993, Greenville, Mercer Co., Pa..

 

94. JOSETTE JANE10 BRITTON (JAMES BRADLEY9, RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 04 Mar 1885, and died 15 Dec 1980 in Ashtabula, Ashtabula Co., Oh. She married JOHN JEFFORDS 05 Dec 1903. He died 19 Dec 1971.

Children of JOSETTE BRITTON and JOHN JEFFORDS are:

i. EDNA11 JEFFORDS.

ii. HOWARD JEFFORDS.

iii. HERBERT JEFFORDS.

 

95. WILLIAM ROY10 BRITTON (JAMES BRADLEY9, RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 03 Oct 1888, and died 13 Dec 1943 in Ashtabula Co. OH.. He married ALTA BAKER 19 Jan 1908. She died 1978 in Mi..

Children of WILLIAM BRITTON and ALTA BAKER are:

i. ANSEL11 BRITTON.

ii. ADA BRITTON.

iii. WALTON BRITTON.

 

96. WILLIAM BURT10 THAYER (RUTH EDNA9 BRITTON, RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Jun 1876 in Oh., and died 1920. He married MARY EMMA THOMPSON 1902. She was born 1875, and died 1958.

Child of WILLIAM THAYER and MARY THOMPSON is:

152. i. HENRY DONALD11 THAYER, b. 1904; d. 1957.

 

97. HERMAN D.10 THAYER (RUTH EDNA9 BRITTON, RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Feb 1879 in Oh.. He married BESSIE. She was born Abt. 1878 in Pa.194.

Children of HERMAN THAYER and BESSIE are:

i. ROBERT11 THAYER, d. 1921.

ii. BESSIE THAYER, d. 1957; m. UNKNOWN TOTH.

iii. ELSIE THAYER, m. UNKNOWN CAREY.

 

98. ANNA R.10 THAYER (RUTH EDNA9 BRITTON, RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 12 Oct 1882 in Ashtabula Co. OH., and died 24 Jan 1970 in Guys Mills Crawford Co., Pa.. She married RALPH W. DIBBLE, son of MARSHCIUS DIBBLE and SARAH ALLISON. He was born 25 Dec 1880 in Pa., and died 24 Jan 1970.

More About ANNA R. THAYER:

Burial: Jan 1970, Bradenton Fla.

Children of ANNA THAYER and RALPH DIBBLE are:

153. i. WILL VICTOR11 DIBBLE, b. 05 Feb 1902, Conneaut Twp. Ashtabula Co., Oh.; d. 22 Oct 1949, Torpedo, Pittsville Twp., Warren Co., Pa..

ii. MARCEOUS DIBBLE, b. 1905, Oh..

Notes for MARCEOUS DIBBLE:

BIRTH:

About 1905 - Ohio

[U. S. Federal Census, 2 & 3 January 1920, Norton Township, Summit County, Ohio, ED 256, Sheet 2B]

DIBBLE, Marceous - Son, m, w, age 15 single, b. Ohio, father PA, mother PA.

 

iii. MARJORIE DIBBLE, b. 1907, Oh.; m. (1) UNKNOWN ADAMSON; m. (2) UNKNOWN STEVENS.

Notes for MARJORIE DIBBLE:

BIRTH:

About 1907 - Pennsylvania.

[U. S. Federal Census, 2 & 3 January 1920, Norton Township, Summit County, Ohio, ED 256, Sheet 2B]

DIBBLE, Marjorie - Daughter, f, w, age 13 years, single, b. PA, father PA, mother PA.

 

iv. THOMAS DIBBLE, b. 1910, Oh..

Notes for THOMAS DIBBLE:

BIRTH:

About 1910 - Pennsylvania.

[U. S. Federal Census, 2 & 3 January 1920, Norton Township, Summit County, Ohio, ED 256, Sheet 2B]

DIBBLE, Thomas - Son, m, w, age 10 years, single, b. PA, father PA, mother PA.

 

v. EMMA RUTH DIBBLE, b. Abt. Nov 1918, Oh.; m. LLOYD HOLLABAUGH.

Notes for EMMA RUTH DIBBLE:

BIRTH:

About 1918 - Ohio

[U. S. Federal Census, 2 & 3 January 1920, Norton Township, Summit County, Ohio, ED 256, Sheet 2B]

DIBBLE, Emma Ruth - Daughter, f, w, age 2 6/12 years, single, b. Ohio, father PA, mother PA.

 

vi. ANNETTE DIBBLE, m. RAY BOLING.

vii. DOROTHY DIBBLE, m. BOB TROXELL.

 

99. IDA MAE10 THAYER (RUTH EDNA9 BRITTON, RACHEL8 HARVEY, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 11 Jun 1884 in Linesville, Pine Twp. Crawford Co., Pa., and died 09 Oct 1954 in Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa.. She married SR. CHARLES MARTIN BAUER 11 Apr 1905 in Tittusville, Crawford Co., Pa., son of CARL BAUER and CAROLINE/JENNIE. He was born 04 May 1882 in Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa., and died 25 Apr 1964 in Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa..

More About IDA MAE THAYER:

Burial: 13 Oct 1954, Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville Venango Co., Pa.

More About SR. CHARLES MARTIN BAUER:

Burial: 28 Apr 1964, Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville Venango Co., Pa.

Children of IDA THAYER and CHARLES BAUER are:

i. DOROTHEA11 BAUER, b. 14 Jan 1909, Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa.; d. 12 Jun 1987, Central Towers Titusville, Crawford Co., Pa.; m. EDWARD M. JOHNSON, 20 Jun 1970, Tittusville, Crawford Co., Pa.; b. 19 Aug 1911, Cherrytree Twp. Venango Co., Pa.; d. 18 Jul 1992, Oil City, Venango Co., Pa..

Notes for DOROTHEA BAUER:

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 13 June 1987, p. 5, c. 6]

[U. S. Federal Census April 1910, Oil Creek Township, Venango County, PA, Bug Town Road, ED 188, page 268, line 29]

BAUER, Dorothy M. - Daughter, f, w, Age 1 9/12 years, single, b. PA, Father PA, Mother PA.

MARRIAGE:

20 June 1970 - Edward M. Johnson, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 13 June 1987, p. 5, c. 6]

DEATH:

12 June 1987 - Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 13 June 1987, p. 5, c. 6]

Mrs. Dorothea M. Johnson, 78, of 217 E. Central Ave., Central Towers, died at 5:45 p.m., Friday, June 12, 1987, at the Titusville Hospital where she had been a patient for the past two weeks. Mrs. Johnson was born on Jan. 14, 1909, in Pleasantville, a daughter of the late Charles and Ida Thayer Bauer. She was married to Edward M. Johnson on June 20, 1970 in Titusville. Mrs. Johnson had been employed as a housekeeper for families in the Titusville area. She was a member of the Breedtown Baptist Church, the Friendly Neighbor Club of Central Towers; and also the Senior Center. Mrs. Johnson is survived by her husband of Titusville; one brother, Carl Bauer of Tidioute; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Charles (Eva) Bauer of Ashtabula, Ohio; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by two brothers, William and Charles Bauer and a sister, Ruth Bauer. Friends may call at the Gordon B. Garrett Funeral Home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and attend the funeral service there on Sunday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Jeff Sterling, interim pastor of the Hydetown Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Breedtown Cemetery. The family has said that memorial contributions may be made to the Breedtown Baptist Church.

BURIAL:

14 June 1987 - Breedtown Cemetery, Oil Creek Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 13 June 1987, p. 5, c. 6]

 

More About DOROTHEA BAUER:

Burial: 14 Jun 1987, Breedtown Cemetery, Cherrytree Ttwp. Venango Co., Pa.

Notes for EDWARD M. JOHNSON:

19 August 1911 - Cherrytree Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 20 July 1992, p. 5, c. 4]

MARRIAGE:

(1M) April 1952 - Mabel Mallory.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 20 July 1992, p. 5, c. 4]

(2M) 20 June 1970 - Dorthea M. Bauer, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Dorthea M. Johnson, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 13 June 1987, p. 5, c. 6]

[Obituary, Edward M. Johnson, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 20 July 1992, p. 5, c. 4]

DEATH:

18 July 1992 - Northwest Medical Center, Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 20 July 1992, p. 5, c. 4]

Edward M. Johnson, 80, died at 9:20 a.m. Saturday, July 18, 1992, at the Northwest Medical Center, Oil City. Mr. Johnson had been a resident of the Grandview Nursing Home for the past 2 1/2 years. He formerly resided in the Central Towers. Mr. Johnson was born Aug. 19, 1911, in Cherrytree Township, Venango County, the son of the late Benjamin and Katherine Sopher Johnson. He married Mabel Mallory Coulter in April of 1952. She preceded him in death on Nov. 18, 1967. He later married Dorothea M. Bauer on June 20, 1970. She died on June 12, 1987. He was formerly employed by the Titusville Country Club and Cross Creek Resort as a greens keeper and was later employed by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation until his retirement. He was a member of the Breedtown Baptist Church and a former member of the Senior Citizens and the Green Thumb Program of Titusville. He formerly attended St. Paul's United Church of Christ. Mr. Johnson is survived by a sister, Mrs. Edna Mallory of Titusville, RD 3; seven nieces, Mrs. Sally Dupont of Titusville, Mrs. Fred (Sandra) Hasbrouck of Titusville, RD 3, Mrs. Larry (Kathryn) Hazen of North East, Mrs. James (Letta) burns of Pleasantville, Mrs. John (Maude) McGill of Centerville, Mrs. Edward (Peggy) Mills of Waterford and Mrs. David (Schneider of Pleasantville; and a nephew, Randy Mallory of Titusville, RD 3. Relatives and friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. today at the Leo N. Hennes Funeral Home. The funeral service will be held this evening at 8 o'clock at the funeral home with Rev. Gary A. Reynolds, pastor of the Breedtown Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Breedtown Cemetery. The family has said that memorial contributions may be made to the Activities Fund at Grandview Health Center in Oil city or the Breedtown Baptist Church Memorial Fund.

BURIAL:

21 July 1992 - Breedtown Cemetery, Cherrytree Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 20 July 1992, p. 5, c. 4]

 

More About EDWARD M. JOHNSON:

Burial: 21 Jul 1992, Breedtown Cemetery, Cherrytree Twp., Venango Co., Pa.

154. ii. CARL F. BAUER, b. 09 Aug 1910, Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa.; d. 22 Feb 1990, Columbus, Columbus Twp., Warren Co., Pa..

iii. CHARLES M. BAUER, b. 29 Jun 1919, Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa.; d. 26 Jun 1973, Ashtabula General Hospital, Ashtabula, Ashtabula Co., Oh.; m. EVA L. MARSHALL, 05 Jul 1947; b. 01 Aug 1917, Dubois, Clearfield Co., Pa.; d. 09 Mar 2005, Erie, Erie Co., Pa..

Notes for CHARLES M. BAUER:

BIRTH:

29 June 1919 - Pleasantville, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 June 1973, p. 5, c. 7]

MARRIAGE:

5 July 1947 - Eva Marshall

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 June 1973, p. 5, c. 7]

DEATH:

26 June 1973 - Ashtabula General Hospital, Ashtabula, Ashtabula County, Ohio.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 June 1973, p. 5, c. 7]

Charles M. Bauer Jr., 53, of 5255 State Road, Ashtabula, Ohio, died at Ashtabula General Hospital early Tuesday morning. He was born at Pleasantville June 29, 1919, the son of Charles and Ida Thayer Bauer Sr. He was married to Eva Marshall, July 5, 1947. He had lived in the Pleasantville area his entire life with the exception of the past nine years when he lived in Ashtabula, Ohio. He had been employed by Struthers Wells of Titusville for 17 years and for the past eight years was employed by the Lake Shore Steel Co. in Ashtabula. Mr. Bauer served in the U. S. Army in World War II in the 813th Tank Destroyer battalion and served in the following: Tunisia, Sicily, Naples-Foggia, Northern France, Rhineland, Central Europe. He was awarded the Middle Eastern Service Medal with seven bronze stars. Besides his wife, Eva, he is survived by the following children, Mrs. Bruce (Dolores) Carpenter of Erie, Mrs. Frank (Bernice) Hoteling of Bullston Lake, N. Y., Mrs. Richard (Patricia) Whitman of Pleasantville, Mrs. David (Sandra) Cunningham, East Liverpool, Ohio, William Hartle, Wilson; two brothers, Carl Bauer of Corry, William Bauer of Pleasantville; one sister, Mrs. Edward (Dorothea) Johnson of Titusville; 17 grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Raymond W. Arnold Funeral Home today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and attend the funeral service there at 1 p.m. Friday with Rev. Merrill Hauunshell, pastor of the Bible Baptist Church of Ashtabula, Ohio, officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery at Pleasantville.

BURIAL:

29 June 1973 - Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 June 1973, p. 5, c. 7]

 

More About CHARLES M. BAUER:

Burial: 29 Jun 1973, Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville Venango Co., Pa.

Notes for EVA L. MARSHALL:

BIRTH:

1 August 1917 - DuBois, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 11 March 2005, p. 2, c. 4]

MARRIAGE:

(1M) Lawrence J. Hartle

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 11 March 2005, p. 2, c. 4]

(2M) 5 July 1947 - Charles M. "Slim" Bauer

[Obituary, Charles M. Bauer, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 June 1973, p. 5, c. 7]

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 11 March 2005, p. 2, c. 4]

DEATH:

9 March 2005 - Village at Luther Square, Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 11 March 2005, p. 2, c. 4]

Eva L. Bauer, 87, formerly of Pleasantville, died at 11:50 a.m. Wednesday, March 9, 2005, at Village at Luther Square, Erie. Prior to living at Village at Luther Square, she lived for several years at Mid City Towers on State Street. Mrs. Bauer was born Aug. 1, 1917, in DuBois, a daughter of the late William and Grace Shaffer Marshall. She was first married to Lawrence J. Hartle, who preceded her in death. She later married Charles M. ""Slim"" Bauer, who also preceded her in death. Mrs. Bauer formerly worked at GTE Sylvania in Pleasantville. She was a member of the Erie Wesleyan Methodist Church on Liberty Street in Erie, where she enjoyed attending services and spending time with friends. Survivors include four daughters, Delores J. Hartle of Erie, Bernice L. Hotaling of Lynchburg, Va., Patricia A. Whitman and her husband Richard of Pleasantville and Sandra Garside and her husband William of Kissimmee, Fla.; a son William F. Hartle of Beech Creek; 18 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; five great-great grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. She also was preceded in death by a son Albert S. Hartle, two sisters, Rachel Florvet and Rose Hartman and two brothers Henry ""Duck"" Marshall and James Marshall. Relatives and friends will be received today from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at Leo N. Hennes Funeral Home, Inc., Titusville, where the funeral service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday by Rev. David Strawn, pastor of Erie Wesleyan Methodist Church. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville. Memorial contributions can be made to the building fund of Erie Wesleyan Methodist Church, 2821 Liberty St., Erie, Pa. 16508.

BURIAL:

12 March 2005 - Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 11 March 2005, p. 2, c. 4]

 

More About EVA L. MARSHALL:

Burial: 12 Mar 2005, Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville Venango Co., Pa.

155. iv. WILLIAM B. BAUER, b. 18 Jan 1925, Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa.; d. 06 Jul 1975, Titusville Hospital, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa..

v. RUTH BAUER, d. Bef. 12 Jun 1987.

 

100. EMILIE10 HARVEY (CHARLES KRALE9, NATHAN8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) She married BOISEN.

Child of EMILIE HARVEY and BOISEN is:

i. MARTIN11 BOISEN.

 

101. NINA BELLE10 HARVEY (CHARLES NEWTON9, ISAAC PADEN8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 05 Mar 1894 in Buffalo, Wright Co. Mn., and died 16 Jul 1980 in Bremerton, Kitsap Co. Wa.. She married BENEJAMIN HARRISON SEARLS 24 Dec 1921 in Bremerton, Kitsap Co. Wa..

Children of NINA HARVEY and BENEJAMIN SEARLS are:

i. FOSTER IRVING11 SEARLS, b. 14 Jul 1927, Bremerton, Kitsap Co. Wa..

ii. PHYLLIS JEAN SEARLS, b. 08 Sep 1928, Bremerton, Kitsap Co. Wa..

 

102. LEE O.10 HARVEY (ALONZO9, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)195 was born Sep 1883 in Pa.195. He married (1) GEORGIA G.. She was born Abt. 1882 in Oh.196, and died Bet. 1920 - 1930. He married (2) BERTHA HAMILTON CASS197 Bet. 1920 - 1930, daughter of ALBERT HAMILTON and FLORA. She was born Abt. 1892 in Pa.198.

Children of LEE HARVEY and GEORGIA G. are:

i. RICHARD G.11 HARVEY, b. Abt. 1909199.

ii. ROBERT L. HARVEY, b. Abt. 1911199.

iii. JOHN W. HARVEY, b. Abt. 1916199.

Child of LEE HARVEY and BERTHA CASS is:

iv. DOROTHY11 CASS, b. Abt. 1908200.

 

103. ORIE10 PADEN (GRACE9, DAVID JOSEPH8, ISAAC7, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 1901. He married MAUDE M. WISE 11 Oct 1922. She was born 1901.

Child of ORIE PADEN and MAUDE WISE is:

156. i. BETTY M.11 PADEN.

 

104. JENNIE MARIE10 PADEN (AMOS JOSEPH9, DAVID JOSEPH8, ISAAC7, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 03 Aug 1899 in Mount Ida, Anderson Co. Ks.. She married ETYSEL BULLINGTON 17 Dec 1919, son of WALTER BULLINGTON and CHRISTIAN MCCLEARY.

Child of JENNIE PADEN and ETYSEL BULLINGTON is:

157. i. CHERYL11 BULLINGTON, b. 01 Nov 1927, Cullison, Pratt, Ks..

 

105. VIRGINIA BLANCH10 HERRICK (BLANCH9 BURCHFIELD, EMELINE ISABEL8 AUSTIN, NANCY7 LEWIS, JEMIMA6 GARWOOD, MIDION5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 29 Jan 1893 in Sedalia Pettis Co. Mo., and died 24 Nov 1968 in Kansas City, Jackson Co. Mo.. She married EDWARD ROSS SANFORD 01 Mar 1911 in Sedalia, Petis Co. Mo.. He was born 29 Jan 1893 in Temple, Tx., and died 13 Mar 1956 in Sedalia, Petis Co. Mo..

Child of VIRGINIA HERRICK and EDWARD SANFORD is:

158. i. JR. EDWARD ROSS11 SANFORD, b. 07 Jul 1912, Sedalia Pettis Co. Mo.; d. 01 May 1954, Oakland Park, Johnson Co. Mo..

 

Generation No. 8

106. OSCAR11 HARVEY (BERT10, JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 02 Jan 1891 in Titusville, Pa., and died 04 Dec 1979 in Meadville City Hospital, Meadville, Crawford Co., Pa.. He married ETHEL A. JONES 25 Dec 1912, daughter of JOHN J. JONES. She was born 1890 in Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Center Pa., and died 10 Mar 1959 in Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Center Pa..

Notes for OSCAR HARVEY:

Meadville Tribune pg 8

Oscar James Harvey 88 Bank Street Hydetown, died at City Hospital Dec. 4, 1979 after a short illness.

He was born in the Titusville area Jan. 2, 1891, son of Burton O. and Margeret Spangler Harvey. He married Ethel Jones Dec. 25, 1912. She died in 1959.

He was a farmer all his life in Troy Township in the Moss Grove area, retiring in 1966. He was a member of Troy Center Grange:

Survivors include a daughter Mrs Floyd (Ruby) Childs of RD 5, Centerville; two sons Lawrence L. Harvey of Hydetown and Edward Harvey of Encinitas, Calif.: five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. He was pro ceded in death by a sister Ethel Hollabaugh and a half sister Sadie Rosenberg.

Friends may call today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. at the Willis L. Arnold Funeral Home, Townville, where services will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. with the Rev. Lloyd Shelton of Hydetown United Methodist Church officiating. Interment will be at Troy Center Cemetery.

 

More About OSCAR HARVEY:

Burial: 06 Dec 1979, Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Center Pa.

Notes for ETHEL A. JONES:

BIRTH:

16 December 1890 - Troy Center, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 11 March 1959, p. 5, c. 2]

MARRIAGE:

25 December 1925 - Oscar J. Harvey

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 11 March 1959, p. 5, c. 2]

DEATH:

10 March 1959 -

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 11 March 1959, p. 5, c. 2]

Mrs. Ethel Jones Harvey, 68, wife of Oscar J. Harvey of Moss Grove, Troy Township, died last night after an extended illness. Mrs. Harvey was born at Troy Center on Dec. 16, 1890, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Jones. When she was very young, her parents moved to Hydetown, where she lived until her marriage to Mr. Harvey on Dec. 25, 1925. Most of her married life was spent in Troy Township. Besides her husband, she leaves one daughter, Mrs. Floyd Childs of Athens Township; two sons, Edward, of Whittier, Calif., and Lawrence, at home; four grandchildren, David, Thomas and Richard Harvey, and Fern Childs. The following brothers and sisters also survive; Lester Jones of Perry, O., Mrs. Florence Doud of Hydetown, Lawrence Jones of Madison, O., Mrs. Effie Waddingham and Mrs. Bertha Mack, both of Titusville. Five brothers, Floyd, Elmer, Clyde, Fred and Glenn Jones, preceded her in death. The Willis L. Arnold Funeral Home at Townville is in charge of funeral arrangements, which are incomplete.

BURIAL:

14 March 1959 - Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 12 March 1959, p. 5, c. 6]

The funeral service for Mrs. Ethel Ann Harvey will be held at the Willis L. Arnold Funeral Home, Townville, at 2 p.m. Saturday. Friends may call there today and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Interment will be in Troy Center Cemetery.

[Tombstone - Ethel A. Harvey 1890 - 1959, Center Section, Row 3]

 

More About ETHEL A. JONES:

Burial: 14 Mar 1959, Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Center Pa.

Children of OSCAR HARVEY and ETHEL JONES are:

i. EDWARD JAMES12 HARVEY, b. 1915.

159. ii. RUBY IRENE HARVEY, b. 13 Mar 1926.

iii. LAWRENCE HARVEY, b. 22 Mar 1928.

 

107. ETHEL O.11 HARVEY (BERT10, JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born Oct 1892, and died 1938. She married GUY HOLLABAUGH 14 Feb 1911 in Townville, Troy Twp., Crawford Co., Pa., son of J.J. HOLLABAUGH. He was born 03 Sep 1889 in Crawford County Pa., and died 18 Feb 1934 in Oil City, Venango Co., Pa.201.

Notes for ETHEL O. HARVEY:

BIRTH:

October 1892 - Pennsylvania.

[U. S. Federal Census 13 & 14 June 1900, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA, ED 51, Sheet 7B, Line 53]

HARVEY, Ethel - Daughter, w, f, born Oct. 1892 PA, age 7 years, Father PA, Mother PA.

MARRIAGE:

14 February 1911 - Guy E. Hollabaugh

[Obituary, Guy E. Hollabaugh, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 19 February 1934, p. 10, c. 2]

DEATH:

1938

[Tombstone, Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA]

BURIAL:

1938 - Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Tombstone - Ethel J. Hollabaugh 1892 - 1938]

 

More About ETHEL O. HARVEY:

Burial: 1938, Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Center, Crawford Co., Pa.

Notes for GUY HOLLABAUGH:

1900 census enumerated J. J. Hollabaugh 30, wife Ambrosia 28, son Guy E. 10, dau.Susie A. 9, dau. June 7, dau. J. Ethel 5, Ruby E. 3, son Mearl D. 11/12, living in Troy, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

1930 census enumerated Guy E. 40, wife Ethel J. 37, dau Margaret G. 18, son Burton J. 16, Living in Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania

1

Birth: Sep 1889 in Pennsylvania, USA

Census: 1900 Troy, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

Note: 1900 census enumerated J. J. Hollabaugh 30, wife Ambrosia 28, son Guy E. 10, dau.Susie A. 9, dau. June 7, dau. J. Ethel 5, Ruby E. 3, son Mearl D. 11/12, living in Troy, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. 1

Harvey reunion minutes reveals The 1929 reunion was held at Guy Hollabaugh's farm near Hydetown

BIRTH:

1889 - Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 19 February 1934, p. 10, c. 2]

[Tombstone, Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Township, Crawford County, PA]

MARRIAGE:

14 February 1911 - Ethel J. Harvey

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 19 February 1934, p. 10, c. 2]

DEATH:

18 February 1934 - Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 19 February 1934, p. 10, c. 2]

FORMER TROY TOWNSHIP MAN DIES IN OIL CITY

Guy E. Hollabaugh Grew to Manhood on Farm Near Townville - Funeral Tomorrow.

Guy E. Hollabaugh of Oil City, former resident of near Townville, died at 12:30 a.m., Sunday at his home on Bissell avenue, Oil City, after a brief illness. He was born and grew to manhood on a farm near Townville. On February 14, 1911, he married Miss Ethel J. Harvey of near Troy Center, and they lived in that vicinity for eight years. In 1918, they moved to Oil City where they have since resided. He had been employed at the Oil Well Supply plant until the time of his death. Mr. Hollabaugh was a member of the Trinity M. E. church and the P. O. Eagles. Besides the widow, the deceased leaves a son, Burton J. Hollabaugh and a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Axtell both of Oil city, one grandchild, Jennie Lee Axtell; also his father J. J. Hollabaugh and his step-mother, near Townville. There also survive eight brothers and sisters: Mrs. Fred McCurdy of East Troy; Junis J. Hollabaugh of Dempseytown; Mrs. Samuel McFetridge of Oil City; Merle D. and Walter P. Hollabaugh, Mrs. Grant Ames, and Mrs. William Witherington, all or near Townville, and Mrs. Louis Crocker of Titusville. Prayer services in his memory will be conducted at 1 p.m. Tuesday from the late home followed by services at the Troy Center M. E. church at 2:30 o'clock. Interment will be in the church cemetery.

BURIAL:

20 February 1934 - Troy Center Cemetery, Troy Center, Troy Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 19 February 1934, p. 10, c. 2]

[Tombstone - Guy E. Hollabaugh 1889 - 1934, Center Section, Row 3]

 

More About GUY HOLLABAUGH:

Burial: 20 Feb 1934, Troy Center, Cemetery, Troy Center, Crawford Co., Pa.

Children of ETHEL HARVEY and GUY HOLLABAUGH are:

i. JR. GUY12 HOLLABAUGH.

ii. JENNIE LEE HOLLABAUGH, m. EDWARD AXTELL.

160. iii. MARGARET GRACE HOLLABAUGH, b. 03 Oct 1911, Moss Grove, Troy Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 01 Jan 2003, Crawford Co., Care Center, Saegerstown, Crawford Co., Pa..

161. iv. BURTON JOSIAH HOLLABAUGH, b. 25 Jun 1913, Moss Grove, Troy Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.; d. 02 Aug 1994, Meadville, Crawford Co. , Pa..

 

108. JOSEPHINE11 MURRAY (ROSIE10 HARVEY, JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 28 Jan 1903 in Vroman, Rome Twp., Crawford Co., Pa., and died 23 May 1979 in Halmot Hospital, Erie Co., Pa.. She married CLAIR H. WHITE.

Notes for JOSEPHINE MURRAY:

BIRTH:

28 January 1903 - Vroman, Rome Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 25 May 1979, p. 5, c. 4]

MARRIAGE:

Clare H. White.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 25 May 1979, p. 5, c. 4]

DEATH:

23 May 1979 - Hamot Medical Hospital, Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 25 May 1979, p. 5, c. 4]

Josephine Murry White, 76, of 1437 Villa Sites Road, Harborcreek, died Wednesday, May 23, at Hamot Medical Center. Mrs. White was born Jan. 28, 1903, in Vroman, a daughter of the late John T. And Rosa Harvey Murry (sic). She was a member of the Harborcreek Evangelical Free Church. Her husband, Clare H. White, died previously. Mrs. White is survived by two sons, Willard L. White and Walter A. White, both of Wesleyville; three daughters, Vivian Howe of Titusville; Mrs. Robert (Nadine) Olson of Union City; and Mrs. Willis (Evelyn) Edmiston of North East; a brother, Arthur Murry of Diamond; 29 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the W. Allen Firman Funeral Home, 1216 Bartlett Road from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and attend the funeral service there at 10:30 a.m. Saturday with Rev. Clark Rose, officiating. Interment will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Excelsior Cemetery near Titusville.

BURIAL:

26 May 1979 - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 25 May 1979, p. 5, c. 4]

 

More About JOSEPHINE MURRAY:

Burial: 26 May 1979, Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Twp, Warren Co., Pa.

Notes for CLAIR H. WHITE:

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 25 May 1979, p. 5, c. 4]

Children of JOSEPHINE MURRAY and CLAIR WHITE are:

i. LOIS NADINE12 WHITE, b. 24 Sep 1939; m. ROBERT OLSON.

ii. WILLARD WHITE.

iii. WALTER WHITE.

iv. VIVIAN WHITE, m. UNKNOWN HOWE.

v. EVELYN WHITE, m. WILLIS EDMISTON.

 

109. ARTHUR ROOSEVELT11 MURRAY (ROSIE10 HARVEY, JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 15 Dec 1904 in Vroman, Rome Twp., Crawford Co., Pa., and died 23 Jan 1989 in Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford Co., Pa.. He married (1) MARGARET ELLEN MARSH202 18 Oct 1924 in Oil Creek Twp. Crawford Co. Pa.203, daughter of WILLIAM MARSH and MARY WOLFKIEL. She was born 26 Apr 1908 in Cherrytree Twp. Venango Co., Pa., and died 14 Aug 2000 in Cambridge Springs, Crawford Co., Pa..

Notes for ARTHUR ROOSEVELT MURRAY:

BIRTH:

15 December 1904 - Vroman, Rome Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Information from son Edward Thomas Murray, 3 May 1997.]

MARRIAGE:

18 October 1924 - Margaret Ellen Marsh, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Information from son Edward Thomas Murray, 3 May 1997.]

[Wedding Announcement, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 20 October 1924, p. 10, c. 4]

MARGARET MARSH BECAME BRIDE OF ARTHUR R. MURRAY

A pretty wedding was solemnized at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening at the home of W. C. Marsh, Dutch Hill, Cherrytree Township, when their daughter, Margaret Ellen, became the bride of Arthur Roosevelt Murray, son of Mrs. Rose Murray Jackson. The wedding was witnessed by twenty relatives and friends and the impressive ring service was used by the officiating clergyman, Rev. J. Albert Galbraith, D. D., pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church. The bride wore a gown of Spanish Lace over crepe with a corsage of sweet peas. She was attended by Miss Gladys Teed of this city, whose gown was of gray wool crepe and her flowers were sweet peas and pansies. James Teed of Rouseville was best man. The Marsh residence was beautiful in the decorations of autumn flowers and foliage and at the appointed hour for the wedding, Mrs. Addie Armagost at the piano, began playing "At Dawning," as the bridal party entered the parlors and took their place for the impressive service. Mr. and Mrs. Murray are well known and popular young people with many friends to extend best wishes, and the beautiful array of wedding gifts attested their wide acquaintance. Late in the evening, following a wedding supper, Mr. and Mrs. Murray left by motor for a wedding trip to points in Ohio and upon their return will reside in this city.

DEATH:

23 January 1989 - Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 25 January 1989, p. 5, c. 5]

Arthur R. Murray, 84, of 510 N. Washington St. died at 8:25 p.m. Monday, Jan. 23, 1989, at his residence. Mr. Murray was formerly a dairy farmer in the White Oak area. He was born Dec. 15, 1904, in Rome Township, Crawford County, a son of the late John T. and Rose Harvey Murray. He married the former Margaret Marsh, Oct. 18, 1924, in Titusville. After dairy farming, Mr. Murray worked for several years at Buyer's Fair in Titusville. He was a member of the Titusville Church of Christ. He is survived by his wife; ten children, Mrs. Mildred Irwin of Warren, William A. Murray of Orlando, Fla., Richard Murray of Centerville, RD 5, Harold "Hoops" Murray of Titusville, RD 3, Mrs Carl (Dora Mae) DeLap of Orlando, Fla., Mrs. Donna

Stockwell of Titusville, Mrs. Arthur (Janice) Weilacher of Warren, Col. John L. Murray (retired) of Radcliff, Ky., Mrs. Carl (Betty) Eldred of Centerville, RD 4, and Edward T. Murray of Dallas, Texas; 32 grandchildren; 53 great-grandchildren; 10 great great grandchildren; several step-grandchildren and several step great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, a daughter, Patricia, three grandchildren, five brothers and four sisters died previously. Relatives and friends will be received today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Leo N. Hennes Funeral Home and may attend the funeral service there at 1 p.m. Thursday with Rev. Marshall K. Snyder, pastor of the Akely United Methodist Church of Russell, officiating. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. The family has said memorial contributions may be made to the Church of Christ.

BURIAL:

26 January 1989 - Woodlawn Cemetery, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Information from son Edward Thomas Murray, 3 May 1997.]

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 25 January 1989, p. 5, c. 5]

 

More About ARTHUR ROOSEVELT MURRAY:

Burial: 26 Jan 1989, Woodlawn Cemetery, Titusville, Crawford Co., Pa.

Notes for MARGARET ELLEN MARSH:

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 16 August 2000, p. 2, c. 3.]

Margaret E. Murray, 92, formerly of Titusville, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000, at 4:10 p.m. in Beverly Healthcare-Cambridge Springs, where she had lived since November 1995. Mrs. Murray was born April 26, 1908, in Cherrytree Township, Venango County, to William C. and Mary Wolfkiel Marsh. She married Arthur R. Murray on Oct. 18, 1924, in the home of her parents at Titusville, RD 4. He died Jan. 23, 1989. Mrs. Murray graduated from Titusville High School in 1924. A practical nurse, she had worked for more than 20 years at the local Presbyterian Home. Mrs. Murray was a former member of Titusville Church of Christ and Diamond United Methodist Church. Ten children survive: Mildred Irwin of Warren; William A. Murray of Orlando; Richard Murray and Mrs. Carl (Betty) Eldred, both of Centerville, RD 4; Harold "Hoops" Murray of Titusville, RD 3; Dora Mae Peeling and Donna Stockwell, both of Titusville; Mrs. Arthur (Janice) Weilacher of Melbourne, Fla.; John L. Murray of Columbus, Ga.; and Edward T. Murray of Dallas. Also surviving are 32 grandchildren, 70 great-grandchildren, 35 great-great-grandchildren, seven step-grandchildren, 11 step-great-grandchildren and nine step-great-great-grandchildren. A daughter, Patricia, and four grandchildren died previously. Friends may call today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Leo N. Hennes Funeral, where the funeral will be conducted Thursday at 11 a.m. by Rev. Roberta J. Schroeder, pastor of Church of the First Born at Conneaut Lake, and Rev. Mark Ongley, pastor of Centerville United Methodist Church. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice.

BURIAL:

17 August 2000 - Woodlawn Cemetery, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 16 August 2000, p. 2, c. 3.]

Children of ARTHUR MURRAY and MARGARET MARSH are:

i. MILDRED ELIZABETH12 MURRAY, b. 06 Aug 1925; d. 19 Feb 2002, Warren, Warren Co., Pa..

Notes for MILDRED ELIZABETH MURRAY:

195. Mildred Elizabeth MURRAY-7970

BIRTH:

6 August 1925 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 20 February 2002.]

DEATH:

19 February 2002 - Beverly Health Care, Kinzua Valley, Warren, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 20 February 2002.]

WARREN; Mildred "Millie" Elizabeth Murray Irvine, 76, of Warren, died Tuesday, February 19, 2002 at Beverly Health Care-Kinzua Valley, Warren following an extended illness. Mrs. Irvine was born August 6, 1925 in Titusville. She had lived in Warren since the late 1940s. She was employed at Warren State Hospital as a psychiatric aide and a licensed practical nurse for 36 years, retiring in 1984. She had served as a volunteer with Warren General Hospital for 10 years. She was a member of the North Warren Presbyterian Church and was active at the Warren Senior Center. Mrs. Irvine was survived by one son, Arthur Saxton of Jamestown, N.Y.; three daughters, Mrs. Thomas (Diana) Eckonen of Titusville, Mrs. Dennis (Patti) Munch of Warren and Mrs. Norman (Debra) Shattuck of Melbourne, Fla.; five brothers, William Murray of Orlando, Fla.; Richard Murray of Centerville, Harold (Whoops) Murray of Titusville, John Murray of Foley, Alabama and Edward Murray of Richardson, Texas; four sisters, Dora Peeling of Apopka, Fla., Mrs. Arthur (Janice) Weilacher of Melbourne, Fla., Donna Stockwell of Titusville and Mrs. Carl (Betty) Eldred of Centerville. A total of 10 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, several step-grandchildren along with numerous nieces and nephews also survive. Mrs. Irvine was preceded in death by her parents Arthur Murray and Margaret Marsh Murray who died August 14, 2000; her husband, Gordon C. Reuff, who died July 29, 1970; and one sister, Patricia Murray. Friends may call at the Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, 304 East St., Warren, on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. where a funeral service will be conducted Friday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Buddy Ward, officiating. Interment will be in Warren County Memorial Park. Those wishing to place memorials may do so through the North Warren Presbyterian Church, 200 S. State St., North Warren, Pa. 16365 or the Warren Senior Center, 800 Pennsylvania Ave., West, Warren, Pa 16365.

BURIAL:

22 February 2002 - Warren County Memorial Park, Conewango Township, Warren County, PA

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 20 February 2002.]

 

ii. WILLIAM A. MURRAY, b. 23 Sep 1926.

Notes for WILLIAM A. MURRAY:

196. William Arthur MURRAY-7971

BIRTH:

23 September 1926 - Oil Creek Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Birth Announcement, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 30 September 1926, p. 2]

MURRAY

A son was born on September 23, 1926, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Murray, Dutch Hill road. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces, and has been named William Arthur.

 

iii. HAROLD MURRAY, b. 28 May 1929.

Notes for HAROLD MURRAY:

Information given by Edward Thomas Murray, 3 May 1997.

 

Children of ARTHUR ROOSEVELT MURRAY are:

iv. RICHARD12 MURRAY, b. 29 Nov 1927.

Notes for RICHARD MURRAY:

Notes: Information given by Edward Thomas Murray, 3 May 1997.

v. DORA MAE MURRAY, b. 19 Jul 1930, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 19 Dec 2003, Orlando, Fla..

Notes for DORA MAE MURRAY:

BIRTH:

19 July 1930 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 8 January 2003, p. 2]

MARRIAGE:

... Peeling

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 8 January 2003, p. 2]

DEATH:

19 December 2003 - Florida Hospital, Orlando, Florida

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 8 January 2003, p. 2]

ORLANDO, Fla. - Dora Mae (Murray) Peeling, 73 , of Apopka, Fla., passed away Dec. 19, 2003, at the Florida Hospital in Orlando, Fla. Born July 19, 1930, in Titusville to the late Arthur and Margaret Murray, she moved to central Florida in 1959 She worked for many years for Southland Corp. She was preceded in death by sisters Mildred Irwin and Patricia Murray and a grandson, Barry Korpela. Surviving are her daughter, Linda Miller; four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; five brothers, William Murray of Orlando, Fla., Richard Murray of Centerville, Harold Murray of Titusville, John L. Murray of Foley, Ala., and Edward T. Murray of Richardson, Texas; three sisters, Donna Stockwell of Titusville, Janice Weilacher of Melbourne, Fla., and Betty Eldred Centerville.

The funeral service was held Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2003, at the Collison Carey Hand Funeral Home in Winter Gardens, Fla.

BURIAL:

23 December 2003 - Florida

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 8 January 2003, p. 2]

 

More About DORA MAE MURRAY:

Burial: 23 Dec 2003, Fla.

vi. DONNA MURRAY, b. 24 Oct 1931; m. WELLS STOCKWELL.

Notes for DONNA MURRAY:

marriage to Wells Stockwell ended in divorce.

: Information given by Edward Thomas Murray, 3 May 1997.

 

vii. JANICE MURRAY, b. 11 Feb 1933.

Notes for JANICE MURRAY:

: Information given by Edward Thomas Murray, 3 May 1997.

viii. JOHN MURRAY, b. 18 Sep 1934.

Notes for JOHN MURRAY:

: Information given by Edward Thomas Murray, 3 May 1997.

ix. PATRICA MURRAY, b. Jun 1936.

Notes for PATRICA MURRAY:

: Information given by Edward Thomas Murray, 3 May 1997.

x. BETTY ELLEN MURRAY, b. 07 Feb 1938.

Notes for BETTY ELLEN MURRAY:

: Information given by Edward Thomas Murray, 3 May 1997.

162. xi. EDWARD THOMAS MURRAY, b. 13 Feb 1944.

 

110. MARK SILAS SR.11 HARVEY (SILAS CHIDISTER10, JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 27 Jul 1908 in Tittusville, Pa.204, and died 17 Feb 1997 in Hamilton, Pa.. He married (1) VIVIAN CLARK 29 Dec 1939 in Winchester, Va.. She was born 18 Jul 1913 in Titusville Crawford Co., Pa., and died 10 Nov 1975 in Corry Memorial Hospital, Corry, Erie Co., Pa.. He married (2) ANNA LOUISE MOODY 17 Jan 1945 in Richmond, Ky., daughter of WILLIAM MOODY.

Notes for MARK SILAS SR. HARVEY:

[Wedding Announcement, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 17 October 1931, p. 10, c. 5.]

Miss Vivian Clark, daughter of Mrs. Burt Clark of Allen street, joined the ranks of the autumn brides last evening when she was married to Mark Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Harvey of White Oak. The ceremony took place at the home of Rev. E.D. Black, 216 Bank street. Miss Thelma Wyher of Titusville acted as bridesmaid and Clarence Weaver of Oil City was best man. At 7 o'clock in the parlor of the Black residence, which was beautifully decorated in blue and yellow, with fall leaves to carry out the late season effect, the ring ceremony was read by Rev. Black. The bride was attired in blue satin and carried a bouquet of pink roses, while the bridesmaid, also dressed in blue satin, carried red roses. There was a large number of friends of the couple present and following the ceremony, dinner was served to 25. The dining room too, was prettily decorated in blue and yellow, with fall leaves in abundance, and the center of interest was a large three layer wedding cake, decorated with rosebuds and bearing the inscription, "Congratulations to Vivian and Mark." The bride was born and has lived her entire life in Titusville. She attended Titusville High school. Mr. Harvey was born at White Oak and has always made his home there. At present he is employed at the Titusville Dairy plant. Both have a host of friends to extend congratulations. For the present the newly weds will make their home with the bridegroom's parents at White Oak.

(2M) 17 January 1945 - Ann Moody, Richmond, Kentucky.

[Obituary, Mark Silas Harvey Sr., Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, 26 February 1997, p. 5, c. 4.]

DEATH:

17 February 1997 - Mercy Hospital, Hamilton, Ohio.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, 26 February 1997, p. 5, c. 4.]

Mark S. Harvey Sr, 88, of Fairfield, Ohio, died at Mercy Hospital of Hamilton, Ohio, Monday, Feb. 17, 1997, at 12:18 p.m. He was born in Titusville, the son of the late Silas and Ada Beers Harvey. On Jan. 17, 1945, he married the former Ann Moody at Richmond, Ky. She survives. Mr. Harvey was a veteran of World War II, having served with U.S. Navy from 1943 to 1945. He was a member of Amvets Post #2 and VFW Post #7670. He had been employed by Pillsbury as a mixer for 20 years, retiring in 1973. After his retirement, he became a volunteer for the American Red Cross and was a school crossing guard for a number of years. Mr. Harvey had attended the Tuley Road Church of the Nazarene. In addition to his wife, he is survived by three sons and their wives, William and Loretta Harvey of Hamilton, Mark and Ginger Harvey of Titusville and Ronald and Mary Harvey of Greenville, SC; a brother, Rev. Bob Harvey of Mount Sterling, KY; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. In addition to his parents, Mr. Harvey was preceded in death by one son, Philip; one daughter, Winifred Wescoat; two brothers, Paul and Judd, and two sisters, May and Harriet.

BIOGRAPHY:

[Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 13 June 1928, p. 2, c. 5]

TWO INJURED ON THEIR WAY TO H. S. PICNIC

Mark and Harriet Harvey Sustain Cuts and Bruises When Car is Wrecked

ARE TO GRADUATE TONIGHT

Miss Harriet Harvey and Mark S. Harvey, members of the class of 1928, Titusville High school, to be graduated this evening were painfully although not seriously injured shortly before 10 o'clock yesterday forenoon when the Chevrolet touring car in which they were driving to Canadohta Lake for the annual class picnic was wrecked in the ditch just this side of Fleming crossing in the borough of Hydetown. The accident occurred when young Mr. Harvey drove into the grass beside the road when he saw No. 9552, the morning Pa R. R. passenger train from Corry approaching the crossing. The young man did not hear the approach of the train and when he was aware of the nearness to the crossing, he decided to drive to the side of the pavement.

DRIVES CAR IN DITCH

There is a ditch at this point which is about two feed deep but it is not noticeable because of the grass growing in it. The car plunged against the end of a culvert. The sudden jolt threw both the young people forward so forcibly that they were injured quite painfully. Miss Harvey wears glasses and the lens on one side was broken, cutting a gash over her eye. She was otherwise cut and bruised about the head and shoulders and suffers from shock. The young man also sustained cuts on his face and hands and was bruised. Miss Harvey was taken into the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Gilson near the scene of the accident where she was attended by a Titusville physician. It was advised that she spend the day and last night there. The young man was taken home by his father, Silas C. Harvey, who resides on the Spring Creek road, R. D. 2 Titusville.

COULD NOT ATTEND PICNIC

The accident brought to a conclusion (what) was promised to be a very pleasant day for the young people. This was the only accident that occurred in connection with the Senior class picnic which was most enjoyable and attended by practically all members of the class and several members of the faculty. The day being warm, boating and other outdoor sports were enjoyed at the lake. While both of the young people who were injured, will doubtless suffer for several days from the effects of the shaking up they received it was hoped by their classmates and friends last evening that they would be able to attend the graduating exercises at the High school auditorium this evening and receive their honors with the others.

[White Oak News, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, June 15, 1928, p. 3, c. 4]

WHITE OAK, June 14 - Mark and Harriet Harvey, who came so near figuring in a fatal accident at a Hydetown railroad crossing are children of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harvey of this place, Harriet was the worst hurt. It requiring five stitches on her forehead and three on her hand, but they are getting along nicely, which is good news to their many friends.

[White Oak News, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 1 June 1931, p. 7, c. 2.]

Mark Harvey became suddenly ill Monday, and on Tuesday afternoon submitted to an operation for appendicitis. The last report was that he was getting along as well as could be expected.

 

Notes for VIVIAN CLARK:

BIRTH:

18 July 1913 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Marriage Docket 24:688, license 22615, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.]

MARRIAGE:

16 October 1931 - Mark Silas Harvey Sr, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Marriage Docket 24:688, license 22615, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.]

[Wedding Announcement, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 17 October 1931, p. 10, c. 5.]

 

(2M) 21 December 1939 - C. J. Burkett, Winchester, Virginia.

[Wedding Announcement, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 29 December 1939, p. 12, c. 2.]

Announcement was made yesterday of the marriage of Vivian Harvey and C. J. Burkett at Winchester, VA on Dec. 21, by Rev. Robert Clarke at the Baptist parsonage. Later they motored to Washington D.C., to the home of the brides sister, where a reception was held. Mr. and Mrs. Burkett will reside at Enterprise.

(3M) Raymond A. Diemer

[Obituary, Raymond A. Diemer, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 14 August 2005, p. 2]

DEATH:

8 November 1975 - Corry Memorial Hospital, Corry, Erie County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Raymond A. Diemer, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 14 August 2005, p. 2]

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 10 November 1975, p. 5, c. 6]

Mrs. Vivian Diemer, 62, of Spartansburg, died Saturday morning in Corry Memorial Hospital following an extended illness. She was born July 18, 1913, in Titusville, the daughter of Bert and Ethel Green Clark. She is survived by her husband, Raymond Diemer; two sons, Mark Harvey of Corry and Ronald Harvey of Titusville; her mother, Mrs. Ethel Clark of Titusville; 10 grandchildren and one great-grandson; three brothers, Merl Clark of Oil City, and Harold and Robert Clark of Titusville; four sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Vereen of Jacksonville, Fla., Mrs. Joseph (Ruth) Ruot of Pleasantville, Mrs. Bruno (Helen) Niedbala of Titusville and Mrs. Russell (Thelma) Acel of Titusville; one stepson, Frederick Diemer of Corry, and two step-daughters, Mrs. Mary Ann Haze of Lagoon Negalla, Calif., and Mrs. Shirley Vincent of Boston, Mass. One daughter, Mrs. James (Winifred) Wescoat, died previously. Friends may call at the H. Richard Hays Funeral Home, Spartansburg, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and attend the funeral there Tuesday at 11 a.m. with Rev. Norwood B. Futrell, pastor of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church of Spartansburg officiating. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

BURIAL:

11 November 1975 - Woodlawn Cemetery, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 10 November 1975, p. 5, c. 6]

 

Notes for ANNA LOUISE MOODY:

MARRIAGE:

17 January 1945 - Mark Silas Harvey Sr, Richmond, Kentucky.

[Obituary, of Mark Silas Harvey Sr, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 February 1997, p. 5, c. 4.]

Titusville Newspaper No date.

Miss Anna Louise Moody daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Moody of Route 5 Richmond Ky., and Mark Silas Harvey, son of the late Silas and Adah Harvey of Titusville, were married at 4 P. M. on Jan. 17 in Richmond. Rev. Frank Tinder of First Christian church officiated.

The bride wore a blue dress with gray and black trimmed coat, black accessories and a shoulder corsage of yellow rosebuds.

The couple were attended by Doris Grant of Lexington Ky., a cousin of the bride who wore a blue suit with black accessories., and Mrs. Broownie Breedlove of Richmond, who wore blue and black accessories.

The brides parents entertained with a dinner last Sunday afternoon after which Mr. and Mrs. Harvey came to Titusville to reside.

Mr. Harvey was recently discharged from the Navy, after serving 25 months 18 months of which was in the Pacific.

Children of MARK HARVEY and VIVIAN CLARK are:

163. i. MARK SILAS JR.12 HARVEY, b. 12 Aug 1932, Titusville Pa. Crawford.

164. ii. RONALD CLARK HARVEY, b. 03 Mar 1934, Titusville Hospital, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 25 Nov 2002, Abbeville, Abbeville Co., SC..

165. iii. WINIFRED HARVEY, b. 14 Dec 1935, Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co. Oh.; d. 28 Jul 1956, Titusville Hospital, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa..

Children of MARK HARVEY and ANNA MOODY are:

iv. WILLIAM12 HARVEY, b. 1946; m. LORETTA FREDERICK.

Notes for WILLIAM HARVEY:

BIRTH:

1946 Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Information from Mark Silas Harvey Jr.]

MARRIAGE:

Loretta Frederick, Las Vegas, Nevada.

[Information from Mark Silas Harvey Jr.]

Notes: Living in Hamilton, Ohio as of January 1998.

 

Notes for LORETTA FREDERICK:

Marr. - William Harvey, Las Vegas, Nevada. Information from Mark

Silas Harvey Jr.

Notes: Living in Hamilton, Ohio, as of January 1998.

 

166. v. PHILIP WAYNE HARVEY, b. 1948, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 1977, Fairfield, Oh..

 

111. LEAH HARRIET11 HARVEY (SILAS CHIDISTER10, JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 07 Oct 1910, and died 03 Jan 1940 in Titusville Pa.. She married WILLIAM QUINN 09 Oct 1929. He was born 1896 in Oil City, Venango Co., Pa., and died Aft. 05 Jan 1940.

Notes for LEAH HARRIET HARVEY:

BIRTH:

7 October 1909 - Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 6 January 1940, p. 10, c. 3.]

[U.S. Census 25 & 26 April 1910, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, E.D. 28, Family 108, Dwelling 109.]

HARVEY, Lelah H. - Daughter, female, white, age 6/12 year, single, born PA. Father born PA, Mother born PA.

[U.S. Federal Census, 29 April 1930, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, Sheet 9B, E.D. 20-13.]

HARVEY, HARRIET L. - Daughter, female, white, age 19 years, single, attended school since Sept. 1, 1929 - No, able to read and write - yes, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Pennsylvania.

MARRIAGE:

William H. Quinn - 9 October 1929

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 6 January 1940, p. 10, c. 3.]

DEATH:

5 January 1940 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 6 January 1940, p. 10, c. 3.]

YOUNG MATRON DIES, LEAVING SIX CHILDREN

Mrs. William H. Quinn, 30 submitted to Two Major Operations in Past Year

Mrs. Harriet Harvey Quinn, 30, wife of William H. Quinn, 511 George street, died at the City hospital, at 12:15 p.m., Friday, following serious illness of more than a year, having submitted to two major operations, the first last April and the second in November. Mrs. Quinn was daughter of Silas Harvey and the late Ada Beers Harvey and was born in Oil Creek township, Crawford county, October 7, 1909. She spent her entire life in Titusville and the immediate vicinity and was married to Mr. Quinn on October 9, 1929. besides the husband and father, she leaves the following children: Robert, Kenneth, Eugene, Harold, Betty Mae and Billie. There are also the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Clesson Van Guilder, Mark and Robert Harvey of the Titusville community, Judd Harvey of Butler and Paul Harvey of Langley Field, Va. The deceased enjoyed a large acquaintance and was held in high regard by all who knew her. She was a member of St. Titus' church, and was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of Major William G. Johnston camp, United Spanish War Veterans, serving as auxiliary president until ill health forced her to resign. The body was prepared at the Paul B. Kerr funeral home and will be taken to the home of Mrs. Harriet Quinn Kingsley, 630 Superior street, today, where friends may call. Rosary will be held at the Kingsley home at 8 o'clock Sunday evening and requiem mass will be celebrated at St. Titus' church at 9 a.m., Monday with interment in St. Catharine's cemetery.

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 9 January 1940, p. 3, c. 5.]

Requiem mass was celebrated at 9 a.m. yesterday at St. Titus' church in memory of Mrs. William H. Quinn with Father James Hopkins in charge. A vocal duet and organ music by Miss Lang were included in the service. Friends from out of town included a number from Oil City, Franklin, Tidioute, Tionesta, Langley Field, Va. Pall bearers were four brothers Mark, Robert, Judd and Paul Harvey, John Davitt and Charles O'Neill. Interment was in St. Catharine's cemetery.

BURIAL:

8 January 1940 - St. Catharine's Cemetery, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 6 January 1940, p. 10, c. 3.]

[Funeral Notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 9 January 1940, p. 3, c. 5.]

BIOGRAPHY:

[Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 13 June 1928, p. 2, c. 5]

TWO INJURED ON THEIR WAY TO H. S. PICNIC

Mark and Harriet Harvey Sustain Cuts and Bruises When Car is Wrecked

ARE TO GRADUATE TONIGHT

Miss Harriet Harvey and Mark S. Harvey, members of the class of 1928, Titusville High school, to be graduated this evening were painfully although not seriously injured shortly before 10 o'clock yesterday forenoon when the Chevrolet touring car in which they were driving to Canadohta Lake for the annual class picnic was wrecked in the ditch just this side of Fleming crossing in the borough of Hydetown. The accident occurred when young Mr. Harvey drove into the grass beside the road when he saw No. 9552, the morning Pa R. R. passenger train from Corry approaching the crossing. The young man did not hear the approach of the train and when he was aware of the nearness to the crossing, he decided to drive to the side of the pavement.

DRIVES CAR IN DITCH

There is a ditch at this point which is about two feed deep but it is not noticeable because of the grass growing in it. The car plunged against the end of a culvert. The sudden jolt threw both the young people forward so forcibly that they were injured quite painfully. Miss Harvey wears glasses and the lens on one side was broken, cutting a gash over her eye. She was otherwise cut and bruised about the head and shoulders and suffers from shock. The young man also sustained cuts on his face and hands and was bruised. Miss Harvey was taken into the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Gilson near the scene of the accident where she was attended by a Titusville physician. It was advised that she spend the day and last night there. The young man was taken home by his father, Silas C. Harvey, who resides on the Spring Creek road, R. D. 2 Titusville.

COULD NOT ATTEND PICNIC

The accident brought to a conclusion (what) was promised to be a very pleasant day for the young people. This was the only accident that occurred in connection with the Senior class picnic which was most enjoyable and attended by practically all members of the class and several members of the faculty. The day being warm, boating and other outdoor sports were enjoyed at the lake. While both of the young people who were injured, will doubtless suffer for several days from the effects of the shaking up they received it was hoped by their classmates and friends last evening that they would be able to attend the graduating exercises at the High school auditorium this evening and receive their honors with the others.

[White Oak News, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, June 15, 1928, p. 3, c. 4]

WHITE OAK, June 14 - Mark and Harriet Harvey, who came so near figuring in a fatal accident at a Hydetown railroad crossing are children of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harvey of this place, Harriet was the worst hurt. It requiring five stitches on her forehead and three on her hand, but they are getting along nicely, which is good news to their many friends.

 

More About LEAH HARRIET HARVEY:

Burial: 06 Jan 1940, St. Catherine's Cemetery Titusville, Pa.

Notes for WILLIAM QUINN:

BIRTH:

About 1920

[Information from "Harvey Family", given by Mark Silas Harvey Jr,21 January 1998, Titusville, PA.]

MARRIAGE:

Harriet Harvey. See notes.

[Information from "Harvey Family", given by Mark Silas Harvey Jr,21 January 1998, Titusville, PA.]

Children of LEAH HARVEY and WILLIAM QUINN are:

i. ROBERT12 QUINN.

Notes for ROBERT QUINN:

BIRTH:

Unknown at present time.

[Obituary of mother Harriet (Quinn) Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 6 January 1940, p. 10, c. 3.]

 

ii. KENNETH QUINN.

Notes for KENNETH QUINN:

BIRTH:

Unknown at present time.

[Obituary of mother Harriet (Quinn) Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 6 January 1940, p. 10, c. 3.]

 

iii. HAROLD QUINN.

Notes for HAROLD QUINN:

BIRTH:

Unknown at present time.

[Obituary of mother Harriet (Quinn) Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 6 January 1940, p. 10, c. 3.]

 

iv. ELIZABETH QUINN, b. 21 Oct 1937205; d. 25 Sep 2003, New Castle, Pa.205; m. JOHN PAVIA.

Notes for JOHN PAVIA:

Occupation: Letter Carrier

v. EUGENE QUINN.

Notes for EUGENE QUINN:

BIRTH:

Unknown at present time.

[Obituary of mother Harriet (Quinn) Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 6 January 1940, p. 10, c. 3.]

 

vi. WILLIAM QUINN, b. Abt. 1938.

Notes for WILLIAM QUINN:

BIRTH:

Unknown at present time.

[Obituary of mother Harriet (Quinn) Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 6 January 1940, p. 10, c. 3.]

 

 

 

112. ANNA MAE11 HARVEY (SILAS CHIDISTER10, JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 1913, and died 30 Jan 1954. She married CLESSON VAN GUILDER 11 May 1931 in Meadville Lutheran Church. He was born Abt. 1909 in Grand Valley, Eldred Twp. Warren Co., Pa..

Notes for ANNA MAE HARVEY:

BIRTH:

10 Marcy 1914 - Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 1 February 1954, p. 5, c. 3.]

[Marriage Docket 24:509, license 22436, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.]

[U.S. Federal Census, 29 April 1930, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, Sheet 9B, E.D. 20-13.]

Harvey, Mae A. - Daughter, female, white, age 16 years, single, attended school since Sept 1, 1929 - yes, able to read and write - yes, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Pennsylvania.

MARRIAGE:

11 May 1931 - Clessen S. Van Guilder, Meadville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Marriage Docket 24:509, license 22436, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA. Married by Rev. Richard A. Kline.]

[White Oak News, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, 1 June 1931, p. 7, c. 2.]

Congratulations are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Clesson Van Guilder, who were recently wed. The bride was formerly Mae Harvey, Daughter of Silas Harvey.

[Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 18 May 1931, p. 2, c. 1]

Miss Mae Harvey of Titusville and Clessen Van Guilder of Grand Valley were united in marriage at Meadville on May 11, 1931 by Rev. R. A. Kline at the Lutheran parsonage. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Harvey of the Spring Creek road and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Van Guilder of Grand Valley. Both have many friends to extend congratulations and best wishes.

DEATH:

30 January 1954 - St. Vincent's Hospital, Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 1 February 1954, p. 5, c. 3.]

Mrs. Mae Van Guilder, 39, of 3728 W. 12th St. Erie, died Saturday at 8 p.m. at St. Vincent's Hospital after a long illness She was born March 10, 1914, in Oil Creek Township, to the late Silas and Adah Beers Harvey. She had spent her entire life in Titusville and Grand Valley before moving to Erie four years ago. Until her illness, she was employed by the Palmer Dry Cleaners in Erie. Mrs. Van Guilder was a member of the Erie Christ Church. She was married in the spring of 1931 to Clesson Van Guilder, who survives together with the following children: Mrs. Lillie Sweeney, Mrs. Adah Pollizi and Lucille Van Guilder, all of Erie; three grand children; and the following brothers: Mark S. Harvey Sr. of Richmond, Ky., Paul Harvey of San Bernardino, Calif., and Robert Harvey of Centerville. A sister and brother preceded her in death, Mrs. Harriet Quinn, who died on Jan. 5, 1939, and Gerald Judson Harvey, who was declared lost in action by the War Department on Jan. 10, 1944. A step-sister, Mrs. Edna Hower, and a step brother, Marvin Petty, both of Titusville, also survive. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today at the Warren Wood funeral home at 139 West 21st St. in Erie. The funeral service will be held there Wednesday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Edward E. Donor of Erie Christ Church officiating.

BURIAL

2 February 1954

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 1 February 1954, p. 5, c. 3.]

BIOGRAPHY:

Mr. and Mrs. Silas Harvey and family spent Thanksgiving with the former's daughter, Mrs. Clesson VanGuilder at Grand Valley.

[White Oak News, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, 9 December 1933, Saturday, p. 7, c. 5.]

 

Notes for CLESSON VAN GUILDER:

[Marriage Docket 24:509, license 22436, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

MARRIAGE:

11 May 1931 - Anna Mae Harvey, Meadville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Marriage Docket 24:509, license 22436, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA] Married by Rev. Richard A. Kline.

 

Children of ANNA HARVEY and CLESSON VAN GUILDER are:

i. ADAH12 VAN GUILDER, m. UNKNOWN POLLIZI.

ii. LUCILLE VAN GUILDER.

iii. LILLIAN ELIZABETH VAN GUILDER, b. 30 Dec 1931; m. UNKNOWN SWEENEY.

Notes for LILLIAN ELIZABETH VAN GUILDER:

BIRTH:

30 December 1931

[Birth Announcement, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 31 December 1931, p. 8, c. 3.

A daughter, weighing 9 1/4 pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clessen VanGuilder of Grand Valley at the home of the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur VanGuilder, Wednesday morning, December 30, 1931, at 8:30 o'clock. The baby has been given the name of Lillian Elizabeth. Mrs. VanGuilder was formerly Miss Mae Harvey.

 

 

113. ROBERT11 HARVEY (SILAS CHIDISTER10, JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 24 May 1917. He married LILY BEATRICE EVELYN GHERING, daughter of GEORGE GHERING and HILDA CRAWFORD. She was born 13 Aug 1921.

Notes for ROBERT HARVEY:

Robert and Lily spent 17 years in Papua New Guinea as missionaries

 

Harvey-Ghering

Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 9 November 1940, p. 12, c. 2.

Mrs. Hilda Hollenbeck, 630 South Franklin street, has announced the marriage of her daughter, Lily Beatrice Ghering, to Robert Ami Harvey, son of Silas Harvey of White Oak. The wedding was solemnized on November 6, 1940, at Westfield, N.Y., with Rev. Mr. Spencer of the Presbyterian church officiating. The couple attended Colestock High school and have a wide acquaintance to extend congratulations and good wishes. Mr. Harvey is employed at the local station of the Blue Valley Creamery. After a honeymoon trip to Niagara Falls and points in Canada and northern New York state, they will reside at White Oak, where a furnished home awaits them.

From: "Methodism in Western Pa." by Wallace Guy Smeltzer: ed: Little Valley Ny. 1969

<page 737>

CENTERVILLE (Crawford County). Located in Centerville on Route 6, eight miles north of Titusville, Crawford County. Methodist Episcopal. Erie Conference. Centerville Circuit was organized in 1831. The present church organized in 1858. Church building erected in 1875, and dedicated on February 8, 1876. Centerville was a part of the Riceville Circuit until 1873. Elmer E. <page 739> Higleys first pastorate was the Centerville Charge (1891-92). Mr. Higley attained prominence in Methodism in the United States and also through his work with the American Indians. In 1902, The Centerville Charge was comprised of Centerville, Riceville and Britton Run. In 1923, it became a part of the Spartansburg Charge. Prior to 1930, an annex was built onto the rear of the church for classrooms. Centerville joined with the Hydetown Charge in 1947. An adjoining property was purchased in 1953 for use as a parish house. In 1960, the Miller Station Charge was formed with Centerville being the resident point of the pastor. The Centerville Charge with Riceville and Wilkins was formed in 1965. Former members who became ministers are Roy B. Decker and John Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey are serving as missionaries in New Guinea. The membership in 1968 was 42.

[Family Files of Kathy Goodman, McKinney, Texas]

[U.S. Federal Census, 29 April 1930, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, Sheet 9B, E.D. 20-13.]

HARVEY, Robert E. - Son, male, white, age 13 years, single, attended school since Sept. 1, 1929 - yes, able to read and write - yes, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Pennsylvania.

MARRIAGE:

6 November 1940 - Lily Beatrice Evelyn Ghering, Westfield, Chautauqua County, New York.

[Marriage announcement, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 9 November 1940, p. 12, c. 2.]

HARVEY-GHERING

Mrs. Hilda Hollenbeck, 630 South Franklin street, has announced the marriage of her daughter, Lily Beatrice Ghering, to Robert Ami Harvey, son of Silas Harvey of White Oak. The wedding was solemnized on November 6, 1940, at Westfield, N.Y., with Rev. Mr. Spencer of the Presbyterian church officiating. The couple attended Colestock High school and have a wide acquaintance to extend congratulations and good wishes. Mr. Harvey is employed at the local station of the Blue Valley Creamery. After a honeymoon trip to Niagara Falls and points in Canada and northern New York state, they will reside at White Oak, where a furnished home awaits them.

 

Notes for LILY BEATRICE EVELYN GHERING:

Birth - Pennsylvania. Maiden name from obituary of Thomas Milton

Ghering, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday,

3 April 1989, p. 5, c. 5. Family Records of Kathy Goodman,

McKinney, Texas.

Marr. - 6 Nov 1940 Robert Harvey, Westfield, Chautauqua County, New York.

Marriage Announcement, Titusville Herald, Crawford County,

PA, Saturday, 9 November 1940, p. 12, c. 2.

Notes: Information from "Harvey Family", given by Mark Silas Harvey JR,

21 January 1998, Titusville, PA.

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Harvey-Ghering

Mrs. Hilda Hollenbeck, 630 South Franklin street, has announced the marriage of her daughter, Lily Beatrice Ghering, to Robert Ami Harvey, son of Silas Harvey of White Oak. The wedding was solemnized on November 6, 1940, at Westfield, N.Y., with Rev Mr. Spencer of the Presbyterian church officiating. The couple attended Colestock High school and have a wide acquaintance to extend congratulations and good wishes. Mr. Harvey is employed at the local station of the Blue Valley Creamery. After a honeymoon trip to Niagara Falls and points in Canada and northern New York state, they will reside at White Oak, where a furnished home awaits them.

Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Saturday, 9 November 1940, p. 12, c. 2.

Children of ROBERT HARVEY and LILY GHERING are:

i. ROBERT THOMAS12 HARVEY, b. 17 Jun 1942, Grove City, Mercer Co., Pa.; d. 17 Jun 1942, Grove City, Mercer Co., Pa..

Notes for ROBERT THOMAS HARVEY:

BIRTH:

17 June 1942 - Grove City Hospital, Grove City, Mercer County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 19 June 1942, p. 2, c. 3.]

DEATH:

17 June 1942 - Grove City Hospital, Grove City, Mercer County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 19 June 1942, p. 2, c. 3.]

Robert Thomas, son born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey, Route 2, Titusville, at the Grove City hospital on Wednesday, did not survive. The body is at the Arnold funeral home, where services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday. Rev. Arthur Colley of the First Methodist church will officiate and interment will be in the Excelsior cemetery.

BURIAL:

20 June 1942 - Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Township, Warren County, PA.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 19 June 1942, p. 2, c. 3.]

[Tombstone - Robert T. Harvey, 1942 - 1942]

 

More About ROBERT THOMAS HARVEY:

Burial: 20 Jun 1942, Excelsior Cemetery, Eldred Twp., Warren Co., Pa.

167. ii. GERALD JUDSON HARVEY, b. 24 Apr 1944.

168. iii. LINDA MAE HARVEY, b. 25 Apr 1946, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa..

169. iv. BRIAN EUGENE HARVEY, b. 05 Jan 1950.

 

114. EDNA11 PETTY (SILAS CHIDISTER10 HARVEY, JAMES U.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 20 Jan 1921 in Oil City, Venango Co., Pa., and died 10 Sep 1988 in Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.. She married EVERALD WESLEY HOWER 29 Jun 1938 in Clymer Chatauquua Co., Ny., son of LEANDER HOWER and JENNIE PRATT. He was born 27 Jul 1914 in Titusville Crawford Co., Pa., and died 29 Nov 1979 in Titusville Crawford Co., Pa..

Notes for EDNA PETTY:

Step daughter of Silas

20 January 1921 - Oil City, Venango County, PA.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 12 September 1988, p. 5, c. 5].

[U.S. Federal Census, 29 April 1930, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, PA, Sheet 9B, E.D. 20-13.]

HARVEY, EDNA R. - Daughter, female, white, age 9 years, single, attended school since Sept. 1, 1929 - yes, able to read and write - blank, born Pennsylvania, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Texas.

MARRIAGE:

29 June 1938 - Everald Wesley Hower, Clymer, Chautauqua County, NY.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 12 September 1988, p. 5, c. 5.]

DEATH:

10 Sep 1988 - Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford County, PA.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 12 September 1988, p. 5, c. 5.]

Mrs. Edna R. Hower, 67, of Titusville, RD 3, died at 11:22 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10, 1988, in Titusville Area Hospital. She had been a patient there since Aug. 28. Mrs. Hower was born in Oil City on Jan. 20, 1921, a daughter of the late Silas and Ruth A. Parker Harvey. She was married to Everald W. Hower on June 29, 1938, at Clymer, N.Y. Mr. Hower died on Nov. 29, 1979. She attended Titusville schools. Mrs. Hower was employed by the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville in the cafeteria for three years. She had been retired for the past 15 years. Mrs. Hower was a member of St. James Memorial Episcopal Church. Survivors include a son, Dr. Harold Hower of Pittsburgh; three daughters, Mrs. Richard (Joselyn) Feller of Johnstown, Mrs. Thomas (Linda) Harger of Titusville, RD 3, and Mrs. Donald (Carole) Proctor of Greenville; 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents and her husband, Mrs. Hower was preceded in death by a brother, Marvin Petty. Friends may call at the Gordon B. Garrett Funeral Home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and attend the funeral service there at 11 a.m. on Tuesday with Rev. Steven Hagerman, rector of St. James Memorial Episcopal Church officiating. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

BURIAL:

13 September 1988 - Woodlawn Cemetery, Titusville, Crawford County, PA.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 12 September 1988, p. 5, c. 5.]

[Tombstone - Edna R. Hower 20 Jan. 1921-10 Sept. 1988. (Brass Plate)]

 

More About EDNA PETTY:

Burial: 13 Sep 1988, Woodlawn Cemetery, Titusville, Crawford Co,. Pa.

Notes for EVERALD WESLEY HOWER:

Birth - 27 Jul 1914 Titusville, Crawford County, PA. Obituary, Titusville

Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 30 November 1979,

p. 5, c. 4.

Marr. - 29 Jun 1938 Edna Ruth Petty, Clymer, Chautauqua County, New York.

Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday,

30 November 1979, p. 5, c. 4. Paper states maiden name as

Harvey, but Ruth Parker and Silas Harvey married three

years before her birth. She may have been adopted by

Silas Harvey.

Death - 29 Nov 1979 Grandview Health Care Center, Titusville, Crawford County,

PA. Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA,

Friday, 30 November 1979, p. 5, c. 4.

Bur. - 1 Dec 1979 Woodlawn Cemetery, Titusville, Crawford County, PA.

Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, 30

November 1979, p. 5, c. 4. Tombstone - Everald W. Hower

1914-1979. (Brass Plate)

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Friday, 30 November 1979, p. 5, c. 5.]

Everald Wesley Hower, 65, of Titusville RD 3, (Trout Run Road), died Thursday morning, Nov. 29, 1979, in the Grandview Health Care Center where he was a patient for three days, following an extended illness. Mr. Hower was born in Titusville, July 27, 1914, a son of Jeannie Pratt Hower and the late Lee L. Hower. He was married to the former Edna Ruth Harvey, June 29, 1938, at Clymer, N.Y. He was self-employed paint contractor for many years and has been retired for several years due to ill health. Mr. Hower was a member of St. James Memorial Episcopal Church. He is survived by his wife and his mother, three daughters; Mrs. Richard (Joselyn) Feller and Mrs. Thomas (Linda) Harger of Titusvile and Mrs. Donald (Carole) Proctor of Greenville; a son, Dr. Harold Hower of Pittsburgh; eight grandchildren and one great grandchild; two sisters, Mrs. Leona McCurdy of Titusville, RD 3, and Mrs. Robert (Virginia) Cummings of Phoenix, Ariz.; one niece and two nephews. His father died previously. Friends may call at the Gordon B. Garrett Funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and attend the funeral service at the funeral home at 2 p.m. Saturday with Rev. Jay MacKie, pastor of St. James Memorial Episcopal Church, officiating. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. The family has said memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

 

More About EVERALD WESLEY HOWER:

Burial: 01 Dec 1979, Woodlawn Cemetery, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.

Children of EDNA PETTY and EVERALD HOWER are:

i. JOSLYN NORENE12 HOWER, b. 13 Dec 1938, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.; m. (1) RICHARD FELLER; m. (2) DONALD BRYSON HOVIS, 03 Aug 1957, St. James Church, Titusville, Crawford Co., Pa.; b. 14 May 1938, Midtown, Pa..

Notes for JOSLYN NORENE HOWER:

Marriage to Donald Hovis ended in divorce

BIRTH:

13 December 1938 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[MD 46:116, license number 38762, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

MARRIAGE:

3 August 1957 - Donald Bryson Hovis, St. James Church, Titusville, Crawford County, PA.

[Baptism Records, St. James Church, Titusville, Crawford County, PA. Page 166]

Donald Bryson Hovis age 19, residence Titusville, PA Joselyn Norene Hower age 18 residence RD#3 Titusville, PA.

Parents Everold Hower - Edna Ruth Hower.

Married 3 August 1957, St. James Church, Titusville, Crawford County, PA.

[MD 46:116, license number 38762, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA]

DONALD BRYSON HOVIS - white, furniture salesman, born Midtown, PA, May 14, 1938, age 19 years, residence 349 Bank St., Titusville, PA, previous marriages - none.

Father - Francis M. Hovis, born Titusville, PA, Boiler Sales Manager.

Mother - Juliette E. Hovis, maiden name Sharp, born Titusville, PA, Housewife.

Signature - Donald Bryson Hovis

JOSELYN NORENE HOWER - white, secretary, born Titusville, PA, December 13, 1938, age 18 years, residence RD#3, Titusville, PA, previous marriages - none.

Father - Everald W. Hower, born Titusville, PA, Machinist.

Mother - Edna Ruth Hower, maiden King, born Oil City, PA, Housewife.

Signature - Joselyn Norene Hower

No. 38762, I, William K. Reid, hereby certify that on the 3rd day of August 1957 at Titusville, PA, Donald Bryson Hovis and Joselyn Norene Hower were by me United in marriage in accordance with license issued by Clerk of Orphan's Court.

Signature - William K. Reid

Minister of the Gospel

 

Notes for DONALD BRYSON HOVIS:

BIRTH:

14 May 1938 - Midtown, Pennsylvania.

[MD 46:116, license number 38762, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.]

MARRIAGE:

3 August 1957 - Joselyn Norene Hower, St. James Church, Titusville, Crawford County, PA.

[Baptism Records, St. James Church, Titusville, Crawford County, PA]

[MD 46:116, license number 38762, Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA.]

 

ii. LINDA HOWER, m. THOMAS HARGER.

iii. CAROL HOWER, m. DONALD PROCTOR.

iv. DR. HAROLD HOWER.

 

115. QUINN OLIVER11 HARVEY (PERRY ELWIN10, PERRY9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 25 Mar 1889 in Ashtabula Co.206, and died 09 Mar 1952 in Conneaut Twp. Crawford Co., Pa.. He married ALICE WISER. She was born 16 Jan 1891, and died 16 Jun 1971 in Butler, Butler Co., Pa.

Notes for QUINN OLIVER HARVEY:

25 May 1889 - Richmond Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 10 March 1952, p. 5, c. 6.]

[U. S. Federal Census, 21 June 1900, Richmond Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio, ED 36, Sheet 9, Line 8]

HARVEY, Perry - Head, white, male, born May 1846 PA, age 54 years, married 32 years, farmer, owns farm, Father born OH, Mother born PA.

HARVEY, Julia - Wife, white, female, born April 1849 OH, age 51 years, married 32 years, 2 children, 2 surviving, Father born OH, Mother born NY.

HARVEY, Perry E. - Son, white, male, born Jan. 1870 OH, age 30 years, single, Father born PA, Mother born OH.

HARVEY, George A. - Son, white, male, born Feb. 1882 OH, age 18 years, single, Father born PA, Mother born OH.

HARVEY, Quin O. - Gr. Son, white, male, born May 1889 OH, age 11 years, Father born OH, Mother born OH.

MARRIAGE:

Alice J. Wiser.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 10 March 1952, p. 5, c. 6.]

DEATH:

9 March 1952 - Conneaut Township, Crawford County, PA.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 10 March 1952, p. 5, c. 6.]

Quinn O. Harvey, 62, of Conneaut Township, died Sunday morning after an illness of eight weeks. He was born in Richmond Township, Ashtabula County, O., May 25, 1889. He was a carpenter by trade and also had operated a farm in Conneaut Township for the past 32 years. Mr. Harvey was a member of Linesville Lodge 395, I. O. O. F.; Center Road Grange 502; A. F. L. Carpenters and Joiners Union 556, Meadville. Surviving are his wife, the former Alice J. Wiser; two sons, Lawrence of Meadville and Dale of Linesville; his mother, Mrs. Kathryn Harvey of Los Angeles; a brother, Milton of Warren, O.; a sister, Mrs,. Geraldine Partridge of Toledo, O.; three grandchildren. Friends may call at the Maryott Funeral Home, Linesville, after noon today. The I. O. O. F. lodge will hold a memorial service at the funeral home at 8:30 tonight. The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Interment will be in Linesville Cemetery.

BURIAL:

11 March 1952 - Linesville Cemetery, Linesville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 10 March 1952, p. 5, c. 6.]

 

More About QUINN OLIVER HARVEY:

Burial: 11 Mar 1952, Linesville Cemetary

More About ALICE WISER:

Burial: Linesville Cemetary

Children of QUINN HARVEY and ALICE WISER are:

i. LAWRENCE L.12 HARVEY, b. 1912.

Notes for LAWRENCE L. HARVEY:

BIRTH:

[Obituary of father Quinn O. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 10 March 1952, p. 5, c. 6.]

 

170. ii. DALE L. HARVEY, b. 30 Nov 1917, Dorset Oh.; d. Abt. 1976.

 

116. FLORENCE LORETTA11 HARVEY (PERRY ELWIN10, PERRY9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 20 Oct 1892 in Ashtabula Co. Oh., and died 21 Nov 1924 in Kentfield Ca.. She married (1) CARL MELVILLE SWAYNE. She married (2) HARRY WALTHER 02 Nov 1922 in San Jose Ca..

Notes for FLORENCE LORETTA HARVEY:

Died in an automobile accident

Child of FLORENCE HARVEY and CARL SWAYNE is:

171. i. JAY MELVIN12 SWAYNE.

 

117. VERN D11 HARVEY (GEORGE AVERA10, PERRY9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) He married JOSEPHINE WRIGHT, daughter of RALPH WRIGHT and ELIZABETH ALLCOCK. She was born 03 Feb 1912, and died 16 Dec 1994.

Children of VERN HARVEY and JOSEPHINE WRIGHT are:

i. RICHARD L.12 HARVEY.

ii. BARBARA HARVEY BROCKWAY.

iii. RITA HARVEY SIKES.

iv. JAMES HARVEY.

 

118. AVERA J.B.11 HARVEY (GEORGE AVERA10, PERRY9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 13 Apr 1911, and died 22 Jun 1987 in Jefferson Oh.. He married FLORENCE ANN ROUNDS Jun 1935 in New York, daughter of RALPH ROUNDS and HATTIE MASON. She was born 1918.

Child of AVERA HARVEY and FLORENCE ROUNDS is:

172. i. RONALD AVERY12 HARVEY, b. 26 Apr 1938, Ashtabula OH..

 

119. IVAN EUGENE11 HARVEY (GEORGE AVERA10, PERRY9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 1912, and died 1980. He married MARGARET VALORIE PREVIDSIA 30 Jul 1932 in Ripley NY..

Children of IVAN HARVEY and MARGARET PREVIDSIA are:

i. EVELYN RUTH12 HARVEY.

ii. MARY LOU HARVEY.

173. iii. ROBERT LEE HARVEY, b. 1933, Astabula County.

 

120. CECIL F.11 HARVEY (ALBERT ELMER10, GEORGE WASHINGTON9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)207 was born 02 Aug 1899 in Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.207, and died 10 Feb 1992 in Girard Erie Co., Pa.. She married DENNIS ASHLEY TURNER 03 Sep 1918 in Mayville, Chautauqua Co., NY., son of WILLIAM TURNER and BELLE NOURRSE. He was born 01 Oct 1890 in Venango Co., Pa., and died 17 Dec 1939 in Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co. Oh..

Notes for CECIL F. HARVEY:

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 11 February 1992, p. 5, c. 5]

MARRIAGE;

3 September 1918 - Dennis A. Turner, Mayville, Chautauqua County, Pennsylvania.

[Marriage Docket 3:918, license 4587, Mayville Courthouse, Chautauqua County, New York]

DENNIS TURNER - White; Occupation - farming; Birthplace - Pleasantville, PA; Age 27 years; Number of marriage - one.

Father - W. Turner, born U. S.

Mother - Belle, maiden name Nourse, born U. S.

CECIL FAY HARVEY - White; Occupation - none; Birthplace - Titusville, PA; Residence - Titusville, PA; Number of marriage - one; Age 19 years.

Father - Albert Harvey, born U. S.

Mother - Effie Belle, born U. S.

No. 4589, I, H. M. Young hereby certify that on the 3 day of September 1918, at Mayville, Chautauqua County, New York, Dennis Turner and Cecil Fay Harvey were by me united in marriage.

Signature - H. M. Young, Justice of the Peace.

Witnesses:

Charles Harvey

Hazel F. Girts

DEATH:

10 February 1992 - Girard, Erie County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 11 February 1992, p. 5, c. 5]

Mrs. Cecile Faye Turner 92, formerly of Titusville, died at 1:50 a.m. Monday, Feb. 10, 1992, at the Pleasant Ridge Manor West in Girard, Pa., where she had been resident for the past several years. She was born on Aug. 2, 1899, in Titusville, a daughter of the late Elmer and Effie Bell Harvey. She was married to Dennis A. Turner in 1916 in Mayville, N. Y. He died on Dec. 17, 1939. Mrs. Turner had been employed as the housemother at the Titusville YWCA some years ago. She was a member of the Christian Missionary and Alliance Church She is survived by three sons, William Wallace Turner of Titusville, RD 2, Harvey A. Turner of McKean and Dennis A. Turner of Lawrence, Kansas; two daughters, Mrs. Lee (Lois) Ellington of Orlando, Fla., and Mrs. Ruel (Helen) Hoke of Indianapolis, Ind.; 24 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Clifford L. Turner; a brother, Charles Harvey; a sister, Elsie May Dibble; and two great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Gordon B. Garrett Funeral Home today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and attend the funeral service there on Thursday at 1 p.m. with Rev. Harry Girts, interim pastor of the Gilson Ridge Free Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Tubbs Cemetery, Oil Creek Township.

BURIAL:

13 February 1992 - Tubbs Cemetery, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 11 February 1992, p. 5, c. 5]

[Tombstone - Cecile F. Turner 1899 - no death date.]

 

More About CECIL F. HARVEY:

Burial: 13 Feb 1992, Tubbs Cemetery, Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.

Notes for DENNIS ASHLEY TURNER:

117S. Dennis Ashley TURNER-13055

BIRTH:

1 October 1890 - Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 18 December 1939, p. 3, c. 2.]

MARRIAGE:

3 September 1918 - Cecile Harvey, Mayville, Chautauqua County, New York.

[Marriage Docket 3:918, license 4587, Mayville Courthouse, Chautauqua County, New York]

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 18 December 1939, p. 3, c. 2.]

DEATH:

17 December 1939 - Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 18 December 1939, p. 3, c. 2.]

FOUND DEAD IN BED FROM HEARD ATTACK

Dennis A. Turner, 49, Well Known Farmer Of Enterprise Road

Injured Last Spring

Dennis Ashley Turner, aged 49, well known Oil Creek, Crawford County farmer, was found dead in bed at his home about 4 o'clock Sunday morning. It was apparent that Mr. Turner passed away in his sleep without a struggle, and had been dead about two hours. Mr. Turner and his family spent Saturday evening in Titusville and attended the theater, besides doing Christmas shopping. Although he had suffered what he believed to have been attacks of indigestion several times during the past few months. It is now believed that such attacks were of a heart ailment and that this was what caused his death. On April 23, last, Mr. Turner was seriously injured when he was thrown from a wagon when a team of horses ran away at his farm and one of his legs badly fractured. While Mr. Turner recovered from those injuries, he was seriously crippled, and the severe shaking up he sustained may have affected his heart.

WELL KNOWN IN CITY

Mr Turner was son of William Wallace and Belle Nourse Turner and was born in Venango county October 1, 1890. Virtually his whole life was spent in this vicinity and he operated a milk route in Titusville for several years, giving him a wide acquaintance in the city. He was of a jovial nature, a man of strict integrity and held in high regard by all who knew him. He was much devoted to his home and family and spent most of his time with them. On September 3, 1918, Mr. Turner was married to Miss Cecile Harvey and they have since resided on the Tubbs farm, R.D. 3, Titusville, on the Enterprise road. Besides the wife, there are four children, Mrs. Charles Miller of Titusville, Wallace, Helen and Harvey, at home. A son Clifford Lynn, died at the age of two months. He also leaves a brother, Fred Turner of Titusville and the following sisters; Mrs. John Wingard of Bradford; Mrs. Charles Gahring of Kaneville, Mrs. Julia Buchanan, Mrs. H. L. Girts and Mrs. D.C. Hawbaker of Titusville. The body was prepared at the Paul B. Kerr funeral home and will be taken to the residence today, where services will be conducted at 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, with Rev. T. D. Edwards of the Baptist church officiating. Interment in the Tubbs cemetery on the Enterprise road. Titusville

BURIAL:

19 December 1939 - Tubbs Cemetery, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 18 December 1939, p. 3, c. 2.]

[Tombstone - Dennis A. Turner 1890-1939.]

 

More About DENNIS ASHLEY TURNER:

Burial: 19 Dec 1939, Tubbs Cemetery, Oil Creek Twp., Crawford Co., Pa.

Children of CECIL HARVEY and DENNIS TURNER are:

i. CLIFFORD LYNN12 TURNER, d. Bef. 18 Dec 1939.

Notes for CLIFFORD LYNN TURNER:

DEATH:

Before 18 December 1939 (Died at the age of two months.)

[Obituary of Dennis Ashley Turner, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 18 December 1939, p. 3, c. 2.]

 

ii. LOIS TURNER, d. Aft. 18 Dec 1939; m. (1) CHARLES MILLER; m. (2) LEE ELLINGTON.

Notes for LOIS TURNER:

Marr. - Charles Miller. See notes.

Death - Aft 18 Dec 1939

Bur. -

Notes: Information from obituary of Dennis Ashley Turner, Titusville Herald,

Crawford County, PA, Monday, 18 December 1939, p. 3, c. 2.

 

Notes for CHARLES MILLER:

Birth -

Marr. - ... Turner. See notes.

Death -

Bur. -

Notes: Information from obituary of Dennis Ashley Turner, Titusville Herald,

Crawford County, PA, Monday, 18 December 1939, p. 3, c. 2.

 

iii. WILLIAM WALLACE TURNER, d. Aft. 11 Feb 1992.

Notes for WILLIAM WALLACE TURNER:

Birth -

Marr. -

Death - Aft 18 Dec 1939

Bur. -

Notes: Information from obituary of Dennis Ashley Turner, Titusville Herald,

Crawford County, PA, Monday, 18 December 1939, p. 3, c. 2.

 

iv. HELEN TURNER, d. Aft. 18 Dec 1939; m. RUEL HOKE.

Notes for HELEN TURNER:

Birth -

Marr. -

Death - Aft 18 Dec 1939

Bur. -

Notes: Information from obituary of Dennis Ashley Turner, Titusville Herald,

Crawford County, PA, Monday, 18 December 1939, p. 3, c. 2.

 

v. HARVEY A. TURNER, d. Aft. 11 Feb 1992.

Notes for HARVEY A. TURNER:

Birth -

Marr. -

Death - Aft 18 Dec 1939

Bur. -

Notes: Information from obituary of Dennis Ashley Turner, Titusville Herald,

Crawford County, PA, Monday, 18 December 1939, p. 3, c. 2.

 

vi. DENNIS A. TURNER.

 

121. ELSIE MAE11 HARVEY (ALBERT ELMER10, GEORGE WASHINGTON9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)208 was born 20 Nov 1904 in Crawford Co. Pa., and died 26 Jul 1977 in Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa.. She married WILL VICTOR DIBBLE 09 Apr 1921 in Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa., son of RALPH DIBBLE and ANNA THAYER. He was born 05 Feb 1902 in Conneaut Twp. Ashtabula Co., Oh., and died 22 Oct 1949 in Torpedo, Pittsville Twp., Warren Co., Pa..

Notes for ELSIE MAE HARVEY:

BIRTH:

20 November 1904 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 July 1977, p. 5, c. 8]

MARRIAGE:

9 April 1921 - Will Victor Dibble, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 July 1977, p. 5, c. 8]

DEATH:

26 July 1977 - Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 July 1977, p. 5, c. 8]

Elsie Mae Dibble, 72, of 825 E. Main St., died Tuesday at 8:20 a.m. in Titusville Hospital, where she had been a patient since June 7. She was born in Titusville, Nov. 20, 1904, a daughter of Albert E. and Effie Bell Harvey. On April 9, 1921, she married Will V. Dibble at Titusville. Mr. Dibble died Oct. 23, 1949. Mrs. Dibble attended Titusville Area Schools. Survivors include a daughter Mrs. John (Lillian) Becker of Oil City; four sons, Jack V. of Titusville, Ralph E. of Titusville, RD 2, G. Thomas Dibble and Merle R., both of Titusville; a sister, Mrs. Cecil F. Turner of Illinois; a brother, Charles A. Harvey of Pleasantville; 18 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. A son, Harvey H. Dibble, died in 1950. Friends may call at the Gordon B. Garrett Funeral Home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and attend the funeral there Thursday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Earl Staples, pastor of Titusville First Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville. The family has stated that friends wishing to do so may make memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society.

BURIAL:

28 July 1977 - Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 July 1977, p. 5, c. 8]

 

More About ELSIE MAE HARVEY:

Burial: 28 Jul 1977, Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville Venango Co, Pa.

Notes for WILL VICTOR DIBBLE:

BIRTH:

5 February 1902 - Conneaut, Ohio.

[U. S. Federal Census, 2 & 3 January 1920, Norton Township, Summit County, Ohio, ED 256, Sheet 2B]

DIBBLE, Will - Son, m, w, age 17 years, single, b. Ohio, father PA, mother PA.

MARRIAGE:

9 April 1921 - Elsie May Harvey, Pleasantville, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 24 October 1949, p. 2, c. 2]

DEATH:

22 October 1949 - Torpedo, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Monday, 24 October 1949, p. 2, c. 2]

TWO LOCAL MEN KILLED IN CRASH OF CAR & TRUCK

Four Others Hurt; Five Returning From Football Game at Kane

Two short hours after he saw his son throw the winning touchdown pass at Kane, a Titusville father and a companion were killed in an auto-truck collision near Torpedo Saturday night. Four others were hurt in the accident.

THE DEAD:

Will V. Dibble, 47, of 825 East Main street, father of Merle Dibble, Titusville High school star quarterback.

Forest B. Kohmann, 47, of 306 1/2 South Martin street.

THE INJURED: three of whom are in Titusville Hospital:

Harry (chip) Geary, Jr., 37 of 825 East Main street, a son in law of Mr. Dibble. He suffered a fractured skull and is in critical condition, although slightly improved.

Richard Burleigh, 20 of Grand Valley, is in fair condition, with a compound fracture of the left elbow and deep head cuts.

Robert (butch) Gustafson, 42, of 606 West Spruce street, was X-rayed for ankle and neck injuries but no fractures were found. His condition is good.

Milton Henderson, 43, 202 Second street had a cut nose and bruised chin. He left the hospital without treatment after washing the blood from his face.

ONE PROBABLY DIED INSTANTLY

Mr. Kohmann is thought to have died instantly of a fracture of the skull at the base, and Mr. Dibble died en route to the hospital from a crushed chest. Both were pronounced dead at the hospital. Dr. C. M. Sonne, Crawford county deputy coroner, said there would be no inquest. He issued a verdict in each case of death caused by the "reckless driving of W. V. Dibble.: Mr. Dibble was driving Mr. Kohmann's car, a 1936 Ford sedan. Dr. Sonne, who investigated with Warren State Police, said the accident occurred three miles North of Grand Valley on Route 27, about 6:30 p.m. The football fans were going South. The Ford sedan left the highway on a straight stretch before coming to a curve and careened crazily along the berm for about 250 feed. At one point the right wheel was eight feet from the highway edge.

PLUNGES INTO TRUCK

Nearing the curve the driver wrenched the car back onto the highway. It traveled across it and with a shriek of twisted metal ground into the left front of the Burleigh truck which was proceeding North. Shearing the truck radiator, sparkplugs and distributor right down to the bolts, the car smashed into the cab and ripped it part way over. Then the hurtling object swept over the stake body of the 1929 Ford ton-and-half truck, bending the iron uprights flat, turned over onto the highway and ripped along on its top for about 125 feet. Along the way, Mr. Kohmann was flung from the vehicle. The body of the driver was pinned behind the shattered windshield and steering wheel. The other three men were tossed about in the back seat, landing in a heap on top of each other. Mr. Henderson said yesterday he remembered crawling on his hands and knees through the hopes in the tattered wood and cloth car top, as the machine lay on its left side. He and others helped pull Mr. Gustafson and Mr. Geary from the back.

DRIVER WEDGED IN THE CAR

They were unable to remove Mr. Dibble for some time, as his legs were wedged in the twisted steel. In the smashed truck cab, Mr. Burleigh was dazed but somehow extricated himself. He thought later he got out the door, but both were caved in, so he must have crawled out a window. He remembered someone leading him down the highway about a block to his home, and his brother, Kay Burleigh brought him to the hospital. At least three ambulances - Peterson, Flanders-Arnold and one from Youngsville - answered calls from neighbors. When Warren State Police arrived, they directed traffic around the disemboweled vehicles. The flow of traffic on Route 27 which was temporarily stopped included many cars bearing Titusville football fans. The first ones there agreed it was a terrible scene. The car and truck were demolished, said Cpl. Holmes of Warren State Police. Both were smashed up worse than any he had ever seen.

JUST REMEMBERED SPARKS

Young Burleigh said he saw car lights approaching and bobbing as if the vehicle were in trouble. He began to slow to a stop and pulled to the right, when everything dissolved in a shower of sparks. "That's all I remember-sparks," he said while lying on his hospital bed. "The sparks seemed to be flying right in my face. I don't know how I got out of there, but they said I crawled out a window." Dr. Sonne said it was a wonder anyone in the truck cab survived, since the driver's side was all caved in. All the glass in the cab was broken. Mr. Henderson said he could feel the car rolling. "I saw lights and someone yelled "watch out." There was a bang and we turned over and skidded on the roof. When we stopped on one side, the roof was all torn off," he declared. "I reached back for Butch: He was laying on Chippy, with there legs tangled together. I got hold of Butch's legs and dragged him out. Then someone helped me reach for Chippy and we got him. "We couldn't get Dibble. His legs were wedged in. Everything was confusion. One guy said, "Put a blanket on him." Another said, "Raise the car and get 'em out." It was a mess.

REMEMBERS GETTING INTO CAR

Mr. Gustafson said he didn't remember what happened. "I saw lights and flashers," he said, "and then everything was mixed together. Next thing I remember someone was saying, "Come on we'll get you to a doctor." They put me in and I remember I was in a car. Then I was in the hospital." C. W. Burleigh, the youth's father said the top of the truck motor was sheared off down to the bolts. Where the car struck the body of the vehicle, the rack was moved back 14 inches. One side of the car motor was also cut off clean. The truck driver had made several repairs to his truck motor and was driving several blocks to a turn around point, trying out the vehicle before coming to Titusville.

KOHMANN BORN AT TRYONVILLE

Forest B. Kohmann was born at Tryonville on June 14, 1902, a son of the late William F. and Nettie Hunt Kohmann. He attended the Tryonville school. Employed at the Universal-Cyclops Steel Corporation for the past 10 years, he was a member of Eagles lodge. He leaves a daughter, Mrs. Anthony Gilardo of Dunkirk, N. Y.; a sister, Mrs. Martin Seadeek of Titusville; a brother Herbert A. Kohmann of Williamsville, N. Y.; a nephew, Paul Linder, and several aunts and uncles. Friends may call at the E. A. Peterson funeral home where services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Rev. George Metcalf of the Methodist church at Ripley, N. Y., will officiate and burial will be in the family plot at Tryonville cemetery.

DIBBLE BORN IN OHIO

Will Victor Dibble was born at Conneaut, O., on Feb. 5, 1902, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dibble. The parents are living at Troy Center. After attending school in Titusville, he lived in Akron O., for a time. On April 9, 1921, he married Elsie Harvey of Pleasantville. He was employed at the Forge Works of Struthers Wells Corporation and was a former employe of Cities Service. A member of the Eagles, Moose and Polish National alliance, he was very much interested in sports of all kinds. His son, Merle, had thrown the pass to Don Nicols in the last five minutes of the Kane-Titusville football game which provided the margin of victory, 13-7. The play covered 82 yards. Besides his wife and parents, he leaves six children: Mrs. Harry Geary, Jr., Jack Dibble, Ralph Dibble, Merle Dibble of Titusville, Harvey Dibble, a soldier at El Paso, Texas, Thomas Dibble, a sailor at Norfolk, Va.; eight grandchildren; six brothers and sisters, Marsh Dibble of Troy Center, Mrs. Margie Adamson of Rootstown, O., Thomas Dibble of Akron, O., Mrs. Annette Boling of Akron, O., Mrs. Lloyd Hollabaugh of Troy Center, and Mrs. Dorothy Troxel of Kent, O.; and several aunts and uncles. Friends may call at the E. A. Peterson funeral home where services will be held at 2 p.m. on Thursday. Rev. J. L. Murray of the Chapmanville Methodist church will officiate, and interment will be in Fairview cemetery at Pleasantville.

 

More About WILL VICTOR DIBBLE:

Burial: 27 Oct 1949, Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa.

Children of ELSIE HARVEY and WILL DIBBLE are:

174. i. LILLIAN EFFA12 DIBBLE, b. 05 Jan 1922.

175. ii. JACK VICTOR DIBBLE, b. 19 Jul 1923.

iii. HARVEY HAZEN DIBBLE, b. 22 Oct 1924; d. 05 Mar 1950, El Paso Tx..

Notes for HARVEY HAZEN DIBBLE:

BIRTH:

About 1925

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 7 March 1950, p. 3, c. 3]

DEATH:

5 March 1950 - El Paso, Texas.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 7 March 1950, p. 3, c. 3]

KNIFE WOUND IS FATAL TO H. H. DIBBLE

Stabbed in Fight In El Paso, Texas; Officers Hold Two.

FUNERAL HERE

Harvey Hazen Dibble, 25, died in El Paso, Texas, Sunday night after he was stabbed near the heart and beaten. The Associated Press reported the Titusville man was employed at a packing house in that city. He was found by police after being wounded in a fight on the street. Held for investigation without charges are an auto mechanic and his sister, J. T. Casner, 27, and Mrs. Edith Gahan, 31. When found, Mr. Dibble was bleeding from a six inch deep knife wound in his left side just below the ribs. He was dead on arrival at a hospital. An autopsy was ordered to determine cause of death. Last year, on Oct. 22, his father was killed in a car-truck crash near Torpedo as he and several others were returning from a victorious football game at Kane. Another son threw the winning touchdown pass in that game for Titusville.

Spent Most of Life Here

Mr. Dibble spent virtually all of his life in Titusville and he had a wide acquaintance. He enlisted in the Navy in 1942 and served for four and a half years. He saw active service in both Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, being on the USS Stanley and the USS Ontario. When he retired from the Navy he entered the Army and served for 18 months. He leaves his mother and the following brothers and sister: Thomas Dibble, in the U. S. Navy; Jack, Ralph and Merle Dibble and Mrs. Lillian Geary, all of Titusville. The following grandparents also survive: Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Dibble of Troy Center and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Harvey of Pleasantville The body will arrive in Corry Thursday forenoon and be brought to the E. A. Peterson funeral home, where friends may call. Services will be conducted at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon by Rev. R. K. Rumbaugh of Pleasantville and interment will be in the Fairview cemetery at Pleasantville. Full military honors will be accorded the deceased by the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

BURIAL:

11 March 1950 - Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Tuesday, 7 March 1950, p. 3, c. 3]

 

More About HARVEY HAZEN DIBBLE:

Burial: 11 Mar 1950, Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville Venango Co., Pa.

176. iv. RALPH EDWARD DIBBLE, b. 18 Dec 1925, Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.; d. 17 Nov 2000, VA. Hospital, Erie, Erie Co., Pa..

177. v. GEORGE THOMAS DIBBLE, b. 15 Apr 1928.

178. vi. MERLE RICHARD DIBBLE, b. 22 Apr 1933.

 

122. CHARLES11 HARVEY (ALBERT ELMER10, GEORGE WASHINGTON9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)209 was born 27 Jan 1901 in East Titusville, Crawford Co., Pa.209, and died 03 Dec 1980 in Titusville Crawford Co., Pa.. He married DORIS MILDRED FOUTTY Sep 1921, daughter of CLARENCE FOUTTY and SCIENCE GATES. She was born 06 Apr 1904 in Parkman Oh., and died 26 Jun 1956 in Grove City, Mercer Co., Pa..

Notes for CHARLES HARVEY:

27 January 1901 - East Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary: Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 4 December 1980, p. 5, c. 3.]

MARRIAGE:

September 1921 - Doris Mildred Foutty

[Obituary, Doris Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 June 1956, p. 5, c. 4.]

[Obituary, Charles A. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 4 December 1980, p. 5, c. 3.]

DEATH:

3 December 1980 - Titusville Hospital, Titusville, Crawford County, PA.

[Obituary: Titusville (Pa.) Herald, Thursday, 4 December 1980, p. 5, c. 3.]

Charley A. Harvey, 79, of Pleasantville, RD 1, died at 7:45 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3, 1980, in the Titusville Hospital where he had been a patient for the past month. Mr. Harvey was born at East Titusville Jan. 27, 1901, a son of the late Albert Harvey and Effa Bell Harvey. He was married to the former Doris Foutty. She died in June of 1956. Mr. Harvey was formerly employed as an oil lease worker and during World War II, he was employed by the Oil Well Supply Co. of Oil City. In later years he was a self-employed farmer and was retired for 10 years. He was a member of the New London Grange. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Katherine Davis of St. Augustine, Fla., and Mrs. Paul (Shirley) Snyder of Pleasantville, RD 2; three sons: Charles C. Harvey of Bayport, L.I., N.Y., Clarence Y. Harvey of Titusville, RD 1, and Bates Harvey of Rootstown, O.; 10 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Cecile Turner of McKean. A grandson and one sister died previously. Friends may call at the Gordon B. Garrett Funeral Home from 7 to 9 p.m. today and attend the funeral service there at 11 a.m. Friday with Rev. Lloyd Chelton, pastor of the Tryonville United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville.

BURIAL:

5 December 1980 - Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary: Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 4 December 1980, p. 5, c. 3.]

 

More About CHARLES HARVEY:

Burial: 05 Dec 1980, Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville, Venango Co., Pa.

Notes for DORIS MILDRED FOUTTY:

6 April 1904 - Parkman, Ohio

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 June 1956, p. 5, c. 4.]

MARRIAGE:

September 1921 - Charles A. Harvey

[Obituary, Doris Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 June 1956, p. 5, c. 4.]

[Obituary, Charles A. Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 4 December 1980, p. 5, c. 3.]

DEATH:

26 June 1956 - Bashline-Shrum-Hospital, Grove City, Mercer County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary: Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 27 June 1956, p. 5, c. 4.]

Mrs. Doris Mildred Harvey, 52, wife of Chalres Harvey, Pleasantville, RD 2, died at 5:30 p.m. yesterday at Bashline-Shrum Hospital in Grove City after an illness of several months. She was born in Parkman, O., on April 6, 1904, the daughter of Clarence and Science Gates Foutty. She married Mr. Harvey in September, 1921. Mrs. Harvey attended the Pleasantville Methodist Church. In addition to her husband, she leaves the following: two daughters, Mrs. Katherine Davis of Pensacola, Fla., and Shirley Harvey, at home; three sons, Charles Harvey of Brooklyn, N. Y., Clarence Harvey of Pleasantville and Warren Harvey of Titusville; a brother, Donald Foutty of Celveland; a sister, Mrs. Florence Pace of Parkman, O.; and seven grandchldren. The body is at the Arnold Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 o'clock this evening. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.

BURIAL:

29 June 1956 - Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville, Venango County, Pennsylvania.

[Funeral notice, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 28 June 1956, p. 5, c. 4.]

The funeral service for Mrs. Charles Harvey will be held at 2 pm. Friday at the Arnold Funeral Home. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery in Pleasantville.

 

More About DORIS MILDRED FOUTTY:

Burial: 29 Jun 1956, Fairview Cemetery, Pleasantville Venango Co., Pa.

Children of CHARLES HARVEY and DORIS FOUTTY are:

i. KATHERINE12 HARVEY.

ii. CHARLES HARVEY.

iii. SHIRLEY HARVEY, m. PAUL SNYDER.

179. iv. SR. CLARENCE YVOUND HARVEY.

v. WARREN BATES HARVEY.

 

123. RAYMOND W.11 HARVEY (HENRY C.10, GEORGE WASHINGTON9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 25 May 1910 in Mt. Hope Warren Co. Pa.210, and died 22 Jul 1942 in Wellsboro, Tioga Co., Pa..

Notes for RAYMOND W. HARVEY:

122. Raymond W. HARVEY-12473

BIRTH:

25 May 1910 - Mt Hope, Southwest Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 23 July 1942, p. 6, c. 7.]

DEATH:

22 May 1942 - Wellsboro, Tioga County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 23 July 1942, p. 6, c. 7.]

Raymond Harvey, aged 32, a former local resident, who had lived in Wellsboro for some time, died at 5:30 p.m. yesterday following a brief illness. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harvey, Route 4, Titusville, and was born May 25, 1910 at Mt. Hope, Warren County. He leaves two daughters, Betty Jean and Evelyn Marie; his parents, two sisters and two brothers, Mrs. James Foley and Mrs. Ben Jacobson of Titusville, George Harvey of Grand Valley and Edward Harvey at home. The body was prepared at the Tracy funeral home and will be at 310 East Main street, after 7 o'clock tonight, where friends may call. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday. Rev. Arthur Colley of the First Methodist church will officiate and interment will be in the Henderson cemetery on the Church Run road. [Now Union Cemetery]

BURIAL:

25 May 1942 - Union Cemetery, Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday 23 July 1942, p. 6, c. 7.]

[Tombstone - Raymond Harvey - 25 May 1910 - 22 June 1942, Plot 13, Lot 4, Grave 1.]

 

More About RAYMOND W. HARVEY:

Burial: 25 Jul 1942, Union Cemetery, Oil Creek Twp. Crawford Co., Pa.

Children of RAYMOND W. HARVEY are:

i. BETTY JEAN12 HARVEY, d. Aft. 23 Jul 1942.

Notes for BETTY JEAN HARVEY:

BIRTH:

Place unknown.

[Living in obituary of father, Raymond Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 23 July 1942, p. 6, c. 7.]

 

ii. EVELYN MARIE HARVEY, d. Aft. 23 Jul 1942.

Notes for EVELYN MARIE HARVEY:

BIRTH:

Place unknown.

[Living in obituary of father, Raymond Harvey, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Thursday, 23 July 1942, p. 6, c. 7.]

 

 

124. REV. GEORGE A.11 HARVEY (HENRY C.10, GEORGE WASHINGTON9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 1913 in Titusville, Crawford Co. Pa.210, and died 29 May 1983 in Dunnelllon, Marion Co. Fla.. He married MARJORIE BEERS 03 Apr 1937211,212, daughter of CAREL BEERS and MABEL VAN GUILDER. She was born 04 Jul 1919 in Grand Valley, Warren Co. Pa.213,214, and died 26 Apr 1982 in Ocala Fla.215,216.

Notes for REV. GEORGE A. HARVEY:

Became a Minister

123. Rev. George A. HARVEY-12471

BIRTH:

About 1913 - Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 1 June 1983, p. 5, c. 4.]

MARRIAGE:

3 April 1937 - Marjorie Beers.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 1 June 1983, p. 5, c. 4.]

DEATH:

29 May 1983 - Dunnellon, Marion County, Florida.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 1 June 1983, p. 5, c. 4.]

Rev. George A. Harvey, 70, died at 12:15 p.m. Sunday, May 29, 1983, at his home in Dunnellon, Fla. Rev. Harvey was born in Titusville, a son of Henry C. and Carrie Kightlinger Harvey. He married Marjorie Beers on April 3, 1937, and with his wife, he pastored several churches in Iowa, South Dakota and Ohio. Mrs. Harvey died April 26, 1982. Rev. Harvey is survived by three children, Janice Fenton of Latrobe, Katherine Morris of Dunnellon, Fla., and George Gary Harvey at home in Dunnellon, Fla.; his mother, Carrie Harvey; one sister, Hazel Arthurs; and one brother, Edward Harvey of Centerville, RD 4; six grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. His father, a sister, Marie Foley and a brother, Raymond Harvey, died previously. The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in Ocala, Fla. Interment will be in Florida.

BURIAL:

2 June 1983 - Ocala, Marion County, Floriday.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 1 June 1983, p. 5, c. 4.]

 

More About REV. GEORGE A. HARVEY:

Burial: 02 Jun 1983, Ocala Fla.217,218

Notes for MARJORIE BEERS:

In 1930 George and his family lived 5 doors from Marjorie Beers and her family

123S. Marjorie M. BEERS-13801

Birth - 4 Jul 1919 Grand Valley, Warren County, PA. Obituary, Titusville

Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 28 April 1982,

p. 5, c. 6.

Marr. - 3 Apr 1937 George A. Harvey. Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford

County, PA, Wednesday, 28 April 1982, p. 5, c. 6.

Death - 26 Apr 1982 Ocala Hospital, Ocala, Florida. Obituary, Titusville

Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 28 April 1982,

p. 5, c. 6.

Bur. - 29 Apr 1982 Ocala, Florida. Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford

County, PA, Wednesday, 28 April 1982, p. 5, c. 6.

[Obituary, Titusville Herald, Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 28 April 1982, p. 5, c. 6.]

Mrs. Marjorie M. Harvey, 62, of Dunnellon, RD 1, Fla., formerly of the Titusville area, died at 8 a.m. Monday, April 26, 1982, in the Ocala, Fla., Hospital, following a short illness. Mrs. Harvey was born in Grand Valley, July 4, 1919, the daughter of the late Carl L. and Mable Van Guilder Beers. She married George A. Harvey on April 3, 1937, and together with her husband pastored several churches in the area as well as churches in Iowa, South Dakota and Ohio. She is survived by her husband and three children: Janice Fenton of Latrobe, Katherine Morris of Dunnellon, Fla., and George Gary Harvey, stationed with the U.S. Marines in Hawaii; four sisters, Mrs. Lloyd (Gladys) Drake of Titusville, RD 2, Mrs. Arlene Lucas of Hobe Sound, Fla., Mrs. Charles (Shirley) Huston of Titusville, RD 1, and Mrs. Lonnie (Dixie) Chapman of Pleasantville, RD 1; six grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Ocala, Fla. Interment will be in Florida.

 

More About MARJORIE BEERS:

Burial: 29 Apr 1982, Fla.219,220

Children of GEORGE HARVEY and MARJORIE BEERS are:

i. JANICE12 HARVEY220, d. Aft. 01 Jun 1983.

Notes for JANICE HARVEY:

Birth -

Marr. - ... Fenton. See notes.

Death - Aft 1 June 1983 Noted as surviving in obituary stated below.

Notes: Information form obituary of George A. Harvey, Titusville Herald,

Crawford County, PA, Wednesday, 1 June 1983, p. 5, c. 4.

 

ii. KATHERINE HARVEY220, d. Aft. 01 Jun 1983.

iii. GEORGE GARY HARVEY220, d. Aft. 01 Jun 1983.

 

125. CHARLES E.11 HARVEY (THAYER CHAPMAN10, JOHN C.9, SILAS JR.8, RACHEL7 PADEN, REBECCA6 GARWOOD, OBEDIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 26 Jun 1906 in Ohio, and died 02 Feb 1974 in East Fairfield Crawford Co. Pa.. He married VIRGINIA ROCHE.

More About CHARLES E. HARVEY:

Burial: St. Peter and Paul Cem E Ffld. Crawford; Quality: 3221

Children of CHARLES HARVEY and VIRGINIA ROCHE are:

i. RITA MAE12 HARVEY, b. 28 Jan 1938; m. JEROME GILL, 15 Sep 1958.

ii. STEPHEN CHARLES HARVEY, b. 24 Oct 1940; m. JEAN MCCOOEY, 27 Jun 1959.

iii. CLARENCE EDWARD HARVEY, b. 24 Sep 1945.

iv. JOHN NELSON HARVEY, b. 08 May 1948.

v. MICHEAL ROBERT HARVEY, b. 19 Sep 1953.

vi. NANCY MARIE HARVEY, b. 28 Oct 1958.

 

126. HAROLD EUGENE11 HARVEY (THAYER