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This picture is a Mr. Weldon Brumbaugh, a boss at the Sonman Mine (note the white hard hat).

Photo submitted by Anna June (Gorba ) Hermsdorfer

Philip A. Lantzy, son of Joseph and Mary Ursula (Bitter) Lantzy, b. 1840, Carroll Twp, Cambria Co, PA, d. 17 September 1862. Killed in the Civil War at the Battle of Antietam. Served in Co. A 11th Penna Reserve Regt.

Photo submitted by Sharon Lantzy Wygant, photo courtesy of Marianne Martin.

Jakob Peter G�ll, b. 16 Jan [Mar] 1796, d. 20 Sep 1878, son of Jakob G�LL & Catherine Bihn.

Photo submitted by Barbara Gill

Peter Levergood. A biography of his family can be found on page 299 of the Biographical & Portrait Cyclopedia of Cambria County. My connection to Peter is through his daughter Lucinda who married Jacob Myers. Their daughter Virginai Susanna married Hugo Hoffbauer and had a son Edward who also had a son Edward which was my grandfather.

Photo submitted by Mary

This is a photo of Susanna (Lantzy) Wyland, wife of Anthony. Together they had twelve children.

Photo submitted by Bill Whittaker

Harold Weaver, b. 1887, South Fork

Photo submitted by Mary Bookout

Elizabeth Dively, who was the wife of John Dively (1828-1875).

Photo submitted by Michael Dively

Father Henry McHugh, who was the pastor of the St. Bartholomew Church in Wilmore, PA from 1873-1895.

Photo submitted by Michael Dively

John Dively (1828-1875) of Wilmore, PA. He was the son of Michael Dively and Barbara Walter and was born in Greenfield Twp. in what is now Blair Co. PA.

Photo submitted by Michael Dively

Picture of John Gillespie and dog "Jack" taken at Marstellar, PA.

Photo submitted by Grace Parks

Picture of my uncle Henry Gillespie taken before 1928, in probably Cambria County - Marstellar, PA, I think.

Photo submitted by Grace Parks

Taken about 1920. George P. Harvey. He was born in Cambria County in 1884 to Gabriel Harvey and Margaret Rieger Harvey. As a young man, he moved to the Pittsburgh area, but moved back to the county in 1918 where he and his wife Julia bought a home at 119 Horner Street, Ebensburg to house their family which grew to include eight children. George was a streetcar conductor on the Ebensburg to Johnstown route, a meat cutter at Bloom's Groceries, and he worked at the family Harvey Diner on High Street. In later years, he was a custodian at the Ebensburg post office and retired at the age of 65 as custodian for First National Bank.

Photo submitted by Peggy Green

Robert Monahan in his Cavalry outfit. He served in the Civil War in Company D, 14th Regiment of the Pa Volunteer Cavalry.

Photo submitted by David Monahan

Robert Monahan after he got out of the service in the 1880's.

Photo submitted by David Monahan

Alice Quartz, born 1843 died 1922, daughter of Valentine Quartz and Mary Ann Moyers. She married Robert Monahan in 1869 in Cresson.

Photo submitted by David Monahan

Martin Monahan, the son of Robert Monahan and Alice Quartz born in 1876.

Photo submitted by David Monahan

Anna Rachel Behe. She was the daughter of Joseph Conrad Behe and Sarah Maxwell. She was born March 1876 and died Jan 25, 1946. She married Robert Edward Monahan on June 28, 1898 in Lilly. Joseph was in the Civil War the son of Conrad Behe and Elizabeth Noel. He was born Feb 1, 1836 and died Dec 9, 1894. Sarah Maxwell was the daughter of Michael Maxwell and Elizabeth Roop. She was born Jan 10, 1847 and died before 1889.

Photo submitted by David Monahan

Father Henry McHugh (1835-1920).

Photo submitted by Mark O'Neill

Louis Kaylor (1870-1947) Editor and Proprietor of the Cambria Tribune.

Photo submitted by Mark O'Neill

James J. Kaylor (1828-1894). He was steward of the Cambria County Home for ten years -- from 1858 to 1868. His homestead was in Allegheny Township near Loretto.

Photo submitted by Mark O'Neill

Irene Kaylor O'Neill Fisher (1869-1955).

Photo submitted by Mark O'Neill

William P. O'Neill (1874-1911). Husband of Irene Kaylor O'Neill Fisher. William was a principal of the Tunnell Hill School, a one time secretary of the Cresson School Board, and did clerical work for the Lackawanna Steel Company. Father McHugh was his uncle.

Photo submitted by Mark O'Neill

Ida Mary Kaylor (1865-1921) who became a Sister of Mercy in Pittsburgh and was known as Sister Mary James.

Photo submitted by Mark O'Neill

Harold Kaylor (1867-1912). A merchant of Johnstown, who at one time controlled all the news routes in and between Johnstown and Altoona. He was the largest stockholder in the Johnstown Journal a daily newspaper he started with Harry Benshoff.

Photo submitted by Mark O'Neill

James J. Kaylor's wife, Cecelia Burke Kaylor.

Photo submitted by Mark O'Neill

William & Anna (Berkebile) Wysel and granddaughter Esther Schofield. I don't have a date but it was before 1923 because William died then. William was born in Mineral Point to Moses & Elizabeth (Funk) Wisel. According to the book "History of Cambria County" he was a clerk until 1896 when in 1901 he engaged in the Mercantile business, intrusting the management of the store to his son. For 16 years he served as clerk of the South Fork borough council and for the same length was school director. For 3 years he held the office of treasurer of the school fund and was assessor of the first ward. Sometime after this he & his wife moved from South Fork to Cleveland, OH where they passed away. The store mentioned I believe later was known as Schofields because his daughter, Esther, the one in the photo married Alfred Schofield.

Photo submitted by Sara Deffenbaugh

On the back is written Granddad Wysel Christening 1752. Now my gggggrandfather George Weisel Jr was born in 1754, did they have photos back then? My guess is this is William as a baby; he was born in 1856.

Photo submitted by Sara Deffenbaugh

John Gerald "Jerry" Botteicher, son of John Gerald Botteicher.

Photo submitted by Carol Botteicher

Claude Larimer. Patton High School, Winner of Running Broad Jump in 1922 Field Meet. Source: 1922-23 Annual and Directory of the Public Schools of Cambria County.

Photo submitted by Dave Monahan

John Kopchick. Patton High School, Winner of Shot Put in 1922 Field Meet. Source: 1922-23 Annual and Directory of the Public Schools of Cambria County.

Photo submitted by Dave Monahan

Leo Quinn. Patton High School, Winner of 100-Yard and 220-Yard Dashes in 1922 Track Meet. Source: 1922-23 Annual and Directory of the Public Schools of Cambria County.

Photo submitted by Dave Monahan

Myrel Hodgson. Carrolltown, Winner of Mile Run. Time, 5 minutes, 8 1/2 Seconds. Source: 1922-23 Annual and Directory of the Public Schools of Cambria County.

Photo submitted by Dave Monahan

Deborah Medlicott. Patton High School, Winner of Running Broad Jump in 1922 Field Meet. Source: 1922-23 Annual and Directory of the Public Schools of Cambria County.

Photo submitted by Dave Monahan

Marie Karlheim. Patton High School, Winner of Baseball and Basketball Throws in 1922 Field Meet. Source: 1922-23 Annual and Directory of the Public Schools of Cambria County.

Photo submitted by Dave Monahan

Nick Borzella. Ebensburg, Winner of Standing Broad Jump. Source: 1922-23 Annual and Directory of the Public Schools of Cambria County.

Photo submitted by Dave Monahan

Roland Pryce. Ebensburg, Winner of 1922 Hurdles. Source: 1922-23 Annual and Directory of the Public Schools of Cambria County.

Photo submitted by Dave Monahan

Thelma Daniels. South Fork. Source: 1922-23 Annual and Directory of the Public Schools of Cambria County.

Photo submitted by Dave Monahan

Sarah Griffith Davis, daughter of John and Jane (Lewis) Griffith, born 1836 in Cambria Twp., married in 1859 to Edward W. Davis, died 1914 in Johnstown.

Photo submitted by Susan Elliott

Lieutenant John Lynch, my great-great-grandfather. His biography is on page 83 of the "Biographical & Portrait Cyclopedia of Cambria County."

Photo submitted by Jenny Lynch

Rev. John R. Thomas the pastor of the Conregational Church in Ebensburg.

Photo submitted by Clark Creery

Walter R. Thompson, the founder of the Mountaineer Herald in Ebensburg.

Photo submitted by Clark Creery

Margaret Thomas Creery.

Photo submitted by Clark Creery

Marie Trusch Brunett - Portage Pa.

Photo submitted by Judy Ray

Albert Brunett - Portage, Pa.

Photo submitted by Judy Ray

Nell Brunett Bestelak - Sidman, Pa, daughter of Albert & Marie (Trusch) Brunett

Photo submitted by Judy Ray

Mary Johanna (Hopkins) Phillips Lohr. Daughter of Daniel James and Mary Ann (Williams) Hopkins. Born in Elizabeth, Allegheny County, Pa. in 1909. Died in Johnstown, Cambria County, Pa. in 1964. Picture was taken out side of Glosser Brothers in Johnstown, Pa. in 1960.

Photo submitted by Jane M. (Lohr) Miller

Jane Lewis Griffith, born ~1795, Llanbrynmawr, Wales, died 1870, Cambria Twp., married to John Griffith, also from Llanbrynmawr, Wales.

Photo submitted by Sue Elliott

Picture of my Grandmother Mary Ann (Williams) Hopkins. Born in North Wales England in 1871. Came to America in 1880 with her parents. Married Daniel James Hopkins in Allegheny County, Pa. They had seven children. David, Margaret, Mae, Daniel, Aldine, William and Mary. She died Dec. 15th. 1960 in Marion Center, Indiana County, Pa. Buried in Oakland cemetery, Indiana, Pa. with her husband. This picture was taken not long before she died.

Photo submitted by her granddaughter, Jane M. (Lohr) Miller

Evelyn (Webb) Miller, Daughter of Louis and Anna (Scheck) Webb of Somerset County, Pa. Born 1903. Died 1969 in Johnstown, Cambria County, Pa.

Photo submitted by daughter-in-law, Jane M. (Lohr) Miller

My great-grandfather Abraham Warren Amigh, b. June 14, 1867, died - May 07, 1948, married to Mary Catherine Singer. Son of John Amigh and Mary Ann Plummer, scanned from original tin type.

Photo submitted by Lori Jarosz

Michael O'Neill, a former railroad engineer on the PRR. Born in Munster Twp. 19 Nov 1852. Died in Altoona Aug 6, 1923.

Photo submitted by Mark O'Neill

Daniel L. Ribblett was born Feb. 18, 1874 in West Taylor Twp., died June 22, 1951 in Johnstown. He was the son of George W. and Sarah E. (Rager) Ribblet.

Photo submitted by Luella Younkins

George W. Ribblet. George was my Great Grandfather, born Dec. 03, 1851 in West Taylor Twp. and died Jan. 20, 1931 in West Taylor Twp. He was the son of William and Elizabeth (Conner) Ribblet.

Photo submitted by Luella Younkins

Albert Hilleary. No details available.

Photo submitted by Al Coulter

Another photo of Albert Hilleary. No details available.

Photo submitted by Al Coulter

Phillip Constable (2/25/1837-5/12/1920). The second husband of Phillis Constable. Family legend says he took the Constable name when he married Phillis.

Photo submitted by Al Coulter

Phillis Constable (7/15/1836-4/8/1895). My greatgrand aunt.

Photo submitted by Al Coulter

Raymond Croyle Edwards 2/24/1905-12/30/1988. Son of Harry J. Edwards and Hattie Croyle.

Photo submitted by Al Coulter

Raymond Croyle Edwards at 6 months of age.

Photo submitted by Al Coulter

Edward Fisher. Son of Mary Duffey or Constable and Jacob Fisher who was Mary's first husband. Edward was born in 1877. He lived with Harvey Stanley Croyle after Edward Martin Croyle died.

Photo submitted by Al Coulter

Hattie Croyle looking very much the Gibson Girl.

Photo submitted by Al Coulter

A very young Hattie Croyle again.

Photo submitted by Al Coulter

Michael Daniel Bradley, b: April 7, 1861 d: July 7, 1927 Son of Patrick J. and Margaret Bradley. Husband of Mary Ann (Molly) Callahan.

Photo submitted by Brigid Sowinski

Mary Ann (Molly) (Callahan) Bradley b. January 14, 1870 d. March 15, 1944 Daughter of James Callahan and Elizabeth Sara Farren. Wive of Michael Daniel Bradley.

Photo submitted by Brigid Sowinski

Joseph Ignatius Kapustka b: November 27, 1894 d: February 12, 1952 Son of Ignac & Anna (Macadlo) Kapustka.

Photo submitted by Brigid Sowinski

Louisa Burggraf Zimmerman, born 6 Jan 1830, Biedenkopf, Germany; died 21 Jan 1914, Johnstown, PA; married Henry Zimmerman 10 Apr 1847.

Photo submitted by Susan Elliott

Portage Class of 1955 Yearbook Dedication:

To the memory of our classmate, Joe Grillo, we dedicate our 1955 EXCELSIOR, in memory of a voice that always held goodness and laughter, to a courage far greater than any of us have..a courage that will serve as a beacon to guide us along the right paths..we are proud to dedicate to him this record of our school years, for...

"None knew him but to praise him,
None named him but to praise"

Joe passed away before graduation. His classmates are on the School photos web page.

Photo submitted by Anna June (Gorba ) Hermsdorfer

Sarah "Sadie" Dunmire Cawthern. Daughter of John and Elizabeth Dunmire. Born in Jackson Twp and was raised in Croyle Twp near the Borough of Summerhill. Married James Cawthern and moved to Greensburg, Westmoreland County, where they ran a store. They had no children.

Photo submitted by Lynn Phillips

Andrew Jackson Dunmire (my g-grandfather) 1864-1921. Son of John and Elizabeth (Paul) Dunmire (Andrew > John > Henry Dunmire, Jr.) Born in Jackson Twp and grew up near Borough of Summerhill in Croyle Twp. Became an engineer for the PRR and died when his train jumped the tracks near Horseshoe Curve.

Photo submitted by Lynn Phillips

Philip Paul, Nov. 11, 1857 - March 12, 1889. Photo contained in funeral arrangement which reads "True to His duty." Philip Paul was the son of Samuel Paul (Philip > Samuel > Lewis > Abraham Paul). He was born and raised on a farm in Summerhill Twp. near Wilmore. He later became Chief of Police for Renovo, Clinton Co. PA, and was shot in the line of duty in March 1889.

Photo submitted by Lynn Phillips

This photo is of my great-grandmother, Maude Mary Behe. This was taken in 1888, when she was 16. She went on to marry Walter Aloysius Parrish on January 23, 1900. They died together in 1931 in a car-train accident. They had 6 children. Their daughter, Clare Bertha Parrish Haid, was my grandmother. Their other children were: Charles "Adrian", Mary, Jeanne, Lorine & Dorothy.

Photo submitted by Mandy Failor

Charles Meyers McDonnell, born December 23, 1902 in Summerhill Township, Cambria County and died April 28, 1984. He was the son of Martin McDannell and Arabella Crum.

Photo submitted by Barb Hummel

Naomi Hazel Tickerhoof, born September 24, 1909 in Lilly, Cambria County and died September 11, 1993. She was the daughter of John Tickerhoof and Sarah Daley.

Photo submitted by Barb Hummel

Arabella Crum, born April 8, 1866 in Cherry Tree, Cambria County and died June 23, 1936. She was the daughter of Austin Crum and Sarah Weaver. She was the wife of Abraham Crum, Martin McDannell and Martin Weitman.

Photo submitted by Barb Hummel

Martin Meyers McDannell, born June 26, 1847 in Cherry Tree, Cambria County and died in December 1914. He was the son of William McDonnell and Elizabeth Allen. He was the husband of Rebecca Leamer and Arabella Crum.

Photo submitted by Barb Hummel

My grandfather, Gerald Sanders, in his Army uniform. He was the son of Emmet and Myrtle Sanders of Lilly, PA.

Photo submitted by Amy Sanders

John Francis "Frank" O'Neill, (1864-1937). Owner of the Arlington Hotel in South Fork, PA for over 30 years. Born in Munster Twp. Cambria County. Married Eliza Itell.

Photo submitted by Mark O'Neill

John Wrubel, a laborer in the coal mine, was 35 years old and married. His place of birth was Galicia. He was a boarder at the home of my grand father, Joseph Ulmanek, at the time of the 1920 census (Cambria County, Gallitzin, Enumeration District 166). My mother, almost four years old at the time of the census, remembered John Wrubel helped to teach her the alphabet.

Photo submitted by Mary Bayliss

Henry Alt, born 1846 in Biedenkopf, Germany; died 1912 in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania.

Photo submitted by Dori Drake

Marie Elizabeth Ludwig Alt (wife of Henry Alt, above), born 1849 in Germany; died 1914 in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania.

Photo submitted by Dori Drake

Augustine Hott. My great, great grandfather.

Photo submitted by Marie Speck

Jane Frances Hott Wyland on her wedding day. My great grandmother.

Photo submitted by Marie Speck

Nicholas Wyland on his wedding day. My great grandfather.

Photo submitted by Marie Speck

Alvin Thomas Wyland, at his First Holy Communion. He was the youngest son of Nicholas and Jane and my great uncle.

Photo submitted by Marie Speck

My grandma Emma Wyland, shortly before marrying Peter Melhorn.

Photo submitted by Marie Speck

My great grandma Jane Frances Hott Wyland in her 80's.

Photo submitted by Marie Speck

Benjamin Wyland, son of Nicholas and Jane and my great uncle. Taken on his first day of school.

Photo submitted by Marie Speck

Young Nicholas Wyland, my great grandfather.

Photo submitted by Marie Speck

Although this is not a very good picture, as far as I know it's the only one in existence It is Jonathan William Melhorn, husband of Lydia Eckenrode.

Photo submitted by Marie Speck

This beautiful woman is my great grandmother, Lydia Elmira Eckenrode Melhorn, who died of breast cancer in 1916. She is the daughter of Peter Augustine and Matilda (Lantzy) Eckenrode. Her husband was Jonathan William Melhorn. They had 11 children. The oldest was my beloved grandpa, Peter Augustine Melhorn.

Photo submitted by Marie Speck

My uncle, Ralph Jonathan, the oldest son of Peter and Emma (Wyland) Melhorn. He passed away in 1925, at the age of 16.

Photo submitted by Marie Speck

Note: Clicking on the image to the left does not bring up a larger photo. This is the actual size of this photo.

My great grandmother, Sarah Berschneider. Photo taken around 1921, it is a picture post card addressed to my grandmother Mary Margaret Gibbons at 555 Forest Ave., Moxham but never sent thru the mail.

Photo submitted by John Gibbons

James H. Gibbons, 1925, at the Pennsy Roundhouse in Conemaugh.

Photo submitted by John Gibbons

My uncle - Clarence Himmel as a boy, age unknown.

Photo submitted by Bob Himmel

My father - Leo Himmel as a boy, age unknown.

Photo submitted by Bob Himmel

James Kirkpatrick (1800-Feb. 3, 1863), s/o Archibald & Margaret Kirkpatrick, m/Mary Ann Luther (b. April 11, 1796-Oct. 28, 1863).

Photo submitted by Ed Campbell

John Zypherinus Donoughe, son of John B. Donoughe and Apollonia Coons Donoughe. He served with Co. D. 5th Regt. He received a pension, as did his widow, Matilda Bendon Donoughe.

Photo submitted by Rob Hughes

Simon Bendon, brother of Matilda Bendon Donoughe.

Photo submitted by Rob Hughes

John Hogue. This picture is on the wall at the Hogue homestead, Hogue Rd., Carrolltown, Pa.

Photo submitted by Lois Crissman

Elizabeth Flick Hogue. This picture is on the wall at the Hogue homestead, Hogue Rd., Carrolltown, Pa.

Photo submitted by Lois Crissman

My Great Grandmother Fannie Mae (Bressler) Thomas, born in Curwensville, she married John Edward Thomas, a native of Patton, Pa. The photo was taken in 1958, the year she died.

Photo submitted by Jim Thomas

This is a picture of Alexander Murphey/Murphy at Gettsburg, PA. He was a veteran of the Civil War having served in the Union Army. Alexander was born in Elton, Cambria, PA to John and Polly Murphey on October 4, 1824. He married Sarah Susanah Custer, with whom he had 12 children. Alexander died on August 24, 1910.

Photo submitted by Michiel DeVito

My Great Great Grandmother Nancy Ellen Gillaspy Cosgrove circa 1940, a native of Kansas, she married John Clark Cosgrove, a native of Wilkes-Barre, PA. They settled in Thomas Mills in Cambria County, and both are buried in St. Boniface Cemetery.

Photo submitted by Jim Thomas

My father, Luther Gillman Shartz.

Photo submitted by Phyllis Shartz Schrock

My grandmother, Susanna Gillman Shartz.

Photo submitted by Phyllis Shartz Schrock

This is my Great Grandfather, Stephen Francis Campbell at about age 16. This was taken about 1883.

Photo submitted by Ed Campbell

Henry Joseph Ivory (1834 - 1914), son of Matthew Ivory and Mary McGuire, married Catherine Mary Watt (1835 - 1929), daughter of William H. Watt and Elizabeth Downey, in St. Michael's Church in Loretto on August 5, 1856. Date of photograph is unknown. Great-great-grandfather of submitter, Jack O'Connor.

Photo submitted by Jack O'Connor

Photo of Michael Lehmier, born 1820, died 04/1872, Carrolltown Lehmiers.

Photo submitted by James Thomas Rosenbaum

Photo of Walburga (Eberl) Lehmier, born 1821, died 05/29/1902 wife of Michael Lehmier.

Photo submitted by James Thomas Rosenbaum

Photo of Mary Magdalen (Fresh) Lehmier.

Photo submitted by James Thomas Rosenbaum

Thomas Marcinko, grandfather of Donald Schrock, Sr.

Photo submitted by Phyllis Schrock

Tony Galordi.

Photo submitted by Phyllis Schrock

Anna (Marcinko) Galordi.

Photo submitted by Phyllis Schrock

Tony Galordi.

Photo submitted by Phyllis Schrock

John Bionaz b. Feb 1868 Aosta, Italy. He was married to Orpheline Boche 24 Nov 1900 in Johnstown, Cambria, PA. There were the parents of 4 children, (all born in Cambria County): Charlotte b. 31 Mar 1901; Joseph Elere b. 7 Oct 1902; John Camel b. 21 Oct 1904 (baptized at St. John Gualbert, Johnstown; Evelyn b. 9 Apr 1910. John disappears from the family group in the 1920 census (son John is head of household Orpheline reports herself as married) and in 1930 Orpheline says she is a widow. In the picture John appears to be celebrating in a bar.

Photo submitted by Tony & Lisa Baker

My grandaunt, Elizabeth "Betty" G. Schwab (1904 - 1985) was the daughter of William C. Schwab and Mary Elizabeth Ivory. She managed the Schwab Feed and Grain store in Loretto after her mother's death in 1943 until her death in 1985. She never married.

Photo submitted by Jack O'Connor

Mary Elizabeth Ivory Schwab (1864-1943), daughter of Henry Joseph Ivory (1834-1914) and Catherine Mary Watt (1835-1929), married William Charles Schwab (1857-1927) in St. Michael's Church on Sept. 17, 1889. She's my great-grandmother.

Photo submitted by Jack O'Connor

Catherine Mary Watt (1835-1929) daughter of William Watt and Elizabeth Downey, married Henry Joseph Ivory in St. Michae'ls Church, Loretto on Aug. 5, 1856.

Photo submitted by Jack O'Connor

George Ivory (1871-1918), son of Henry J. and Catherine Watt Ivory. George married Loretta Mary Kelly (1876-1959) on June 6, 1901 in Duquesne, PA.

Photo submitted by Jack O'Connor

Lewis Donoughe, my great grandfather.

Photo submitted by Rob Hughes

Mary Ann Ivory, my great grandmother.

Photo submitted by Rob Hughes

John Henry Rhoades, s/o George C. Rhoades. Photo was taken in 1920's or 1930's. I believe he is at W. E. Wagner's car lot in Johnstown, PA.

Photo submitted by Karen Rhoades Fleming

John Henry Rhoades, s/o George C. Rhoades. I believe this one was taken at the same time as the above photo.

Photo submitted by Karen Rhoades Fleming

Elizabeth Rorabaugh Myers Hice (1836-1922). Lived around Lake Conemaugh.

Any information or photos about this family would be greatly appreciated.

I descend from the Myers line.

Photo submitted by Debbie Kenyon

Grace Thelma Keim Romesburg, d/o Mahlon and Almeda Rummel Keim, 1st wife of Harry Hubert Romesburg, taken in June 1958 at her home on Bedford Street in Johnstown.

Photo submitted by Karen Rhoades Fleming

This is my 2nd great grandmother ANN ELIZA DODSON who married DAVID TREXLER, my 2nd great grandfather. These are on my mother's side of the family, and want to thank cousin Mary Ellen Thorpe for sharing these..

Photo submitted by Cathy Gray Baker

My 2nd great grandfather DAVID TREXLER, and his wife, my 2nd great grandmother ANN ELIZA DODSON TREXLER. These are on my mother's side of the family, and want to thank cousin Mary Ellen Thorpe for sharing these.

Photo submitted by Cathy Gray Baker

Photo is labeled Thelma Wicks. [It is possible that this is Thelma Wicks, the daughter of Edwin & Jessie (Sherbine) Wicks.]

Photo submitted by Debbie Kenyon

Photo is labeled Richard Costello Jr. [This is possibly Richard H. Costello, the son of Richard & Ada (Sherbine) Costello.]

Photo submitted by Debbie Kenyon

Photo is labeled John Skelley, Altoona.

Photo submitted by Debbie Kenyon

Photo is labeled Ada Costello. [This is possibly Ada (Sherbine) Costello, wife of Richard Costello, and daughter of Milton A. & Susan (Gable) Sherbine.]

Photo submitted by Debbie Kenyon

James D. McMullen, my greatgrandfather, who was in the Civil War. He married Sarah Ann Nagle on Aug. 25, 1857 at St. Benedict's Catholic Church, Carrolltown, PA.

Photo submitted by Cathy Baker

Sarah Ann (Nagle) McMullen, my greatgrandmother, who married James D. McMullen. Sarah Ann is the daughter of John Jacob Nagle and Bridget Barnicle.

Photo submitted by Cathy Baker

Philip A. Gray, Jr. 1855-1925, my grandfather, who married Bridget Helena McMullen. Philip is the son of Philip A. Gray, Sr. and Susanna (Lantzy) Nagle Gray.

Photo submitted by Cathy Baker

Bridget Helena McMullen Gray. 1860-1940, my grandmother, who married Philip A. Gray, Jr. Bridget Helena is the daughter of James D. and Sarah Ann (Nagle) McMullen.

Photo submitted by Cathy Baker

Regina Catherine Trexler, born July 5, 1853, oldest daughter of Ann Eliza (Dodson) and David Trexler. She married John Henry McCarty, and died giving birth to her daughter Estella Catherine McCarty on Dec. 23, 1876. Interment in St. Augustine's Cemetery on Christmas Day. Regina Catherine Trexler McCarty is my great grandmother on my Mother's side of the family. Many thanks to cousin Mary Ellen Thorpe for sharing this photo.

Photo submitted by Cathy Baker

David Lewis Owens, born 13 Jun 1860.

Photo submitted by Kimberly Williams

Fritz K. Owens, born 29 Oct 1901, son of David Lewis & Wilhelmina Henrietta "Minnie" (Knorr) Owens.

Photo submitted by Kimberly Williams

Carl Owens, born 9 Apr 1899, son of David Lewis & Wilhelmina Henrietta "Minnie" (Knorr) Owens.

Photo submitted by Kimberly Williams

Carl Owens, born 9 Apr 1899, son of David Lewis & Wilhelmina Henrietta "Minnie" (Knorr) Owens.

Photo submitted by Kimberly Williams

William D. Owens, born 17 Jun 1888, son of David Lewis & Wilhelmina Henrietta "Minnie" (Knorr) Owens.

Photo submitted by Kimberly Williams

Wilhelmina Henrietta (Knorr) Owens, born 5 Dec 1865, wife of David Lewis Owens.

Photo submitted by Kimberly Williams

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