Other: Looking for Novotny families from Austria/Hun-Slovak descent, mainly coalminers. John Hagan in Cambria Cnty. prior to 1837. James Hagan built house on Hagan Street in Lilly, PA. Need help with John Hagon and Bridget Grimes Hagon.
Other: Searching for information of John Hall from the late 1800s to about 1926. He resided around Fallen Timber. His wife's first name was Maggie and children: Isa (deceased as a young child) and Jack.
Other: My line starts in PA with George Lohr & Barbara Nagel, it ends in PA with Murven & Anna Lohr. I am looking for any info in between and I have some info on Murven & Anna's children that were given up for adoption if anyone else is looking.
Other: My ancestors ended up in Cambria County via New Jersey via Hungary and not sure at what point the name was officially changed. Sometime after 1920 because I have a census record for 1920 that I'm pretty sure identifies them. I'm told my great grandfather, James Mesterhazi, came to PA to work in the coal mines. His wife's name was Helen and her maiden name was possibly "Vida".
Other: Researching Williams (Latrobe, PA) and James Doran from Wilmore. David Williams was one of the early settlers of Latrobe and helped to build the town. He was a railroad contractor and donated land to the Catholic Church -- The Holy Family Church and also the cemetery -- St. Mary's, in Latrobe. His son was Vincent E., who was an attorney and the solicitor for Latrobe and Greensburg. James Doran, my other GGGrandfather was a farmer in Wilmore and had a large farm of about 500 acres. My GGrandmother was Mary H. Doran who was Vincent E's sister. She married Patrick Doran, a railroad engineer whose family was originally from Wilmore. They moved to Pittsburgh aftr they wre married.
Other: Researching Katheryn M. (Blum) Boom, b. 1868 (d/o John & Sophia Naisenbern Neatrour Bloom) , married George Washington Studeny; b. 4 Mar 1862. George Washington Studeny's parents were George S. Studeny (b. 28 Mar 1835, Griesbach, Rotthal, Bavaria) and Josephine Haberkron (b. 1844, Bavaria, Germany). His paternal grandparents were George Studeny (b. abt. 1796 in Bavaria (Diocese of Paff), Germany) and Theresa "Maria?" Plattner (b. abt. 1808 in Bavaria). Josephine Haberkorn Studeny's parents were John Haberkorn (b. in Germany) and Mary Ann Geis (b. 8 Sep 1819; Germany). They all lived and died in Johnstown.
Other: It is my understanding that my great grandmother was named Catherine Schwab and was born in Ebensburg and lived in the area for 92 years. It's also my understanding that she was the sister of Charles Michael Schwab and she married a John Noel. Her daughter, Amelia Victoria Noel born in 1878 and married a Celestine Heitchue (my grandparents) before settling in Wilkensburg, PA. My father was Regis Donald Heitchue and he was born in 1904.
Other: George Higgins, age 29, shown living in Cambria Co. in 1850. He was a shoemaker from Ireland. Also shown, Alice 22, b. PA; Alice, 4, b. PA; Joseph, 2, b. PA; and Elimira Lewis, 14. Can anyone identify?
Other: John Mann, born in England, killed at Burley Mine, Carroll Twp., in 1918. His family -- Margaret A. (wife), John Leslie (son), and Daughters, Dorothy and Mary. James Mitchell, born in England, husband of John Mann's sister, Mary Mann. Lived in St. Benedict, PA, in 1918. The Mitchell's had three known children: Thomas, Eva, and George.
Other: I am looking for information on John Pierce/Pearse and James Pearse. In 1870 Census John was married to Ellen. James Pearse was married to Samatha and their children were Allice and Reed. As far as I know the name was always spelled "Pierce".
Other: Edward Brady (1776 – 1836) buried in St. Michael Cemetery, Loretto, Allegheny Township. Descendants include Dr. Charles H. Brady (1805 – 1870) and family buried in St. Bartholomew Cemetery, Wilmore, Summerhill Township.
Other: David McClelland arrived in Philadelphia from County Down in Ireland in 1844, then moved to Johnstown, PA, where he was one of the first to work in the Cambria Iron Company. He moved to Ligonier in 1875.
Registered surname(s) MCCLELLAND on September 14, 2003