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David Lowmiller
Union Cemetery
Steubenville
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David Lowmiller
Tombstone
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Mary Ann Purviance Lowmiller
Union Cemetery
Steubenville
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Mary Ann Purviance Lowmiller
Tombstone
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Mary Ann Purviance Lowmiller
Photograph
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Back Row: Robert, Mabel Bell Barr
Center: Oscarr Barr
Valerie Vienna Lowmiller Barr, daughter of Mary Ann and David Lowmiller, and Mary Ann Purviance Lowmiller. Taken about 1900 in Steubenville Ohio.
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Nathan Lowmiller
Tombstone
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Nathan Lowmiller
Union Cemetery
Steubenville
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Emmett Lowmiller
Union Cemetery
Steubenville
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Marie J. Lowmiller
Union Cemetery
Steubenville
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Ernest & Clara Lowmiller
Tombstone
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Nathan Lowmiller
Obituary
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Nathan Lowmiller
Obituary
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David Lowmiller
Obituary
Tombstone
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Valeria V. Barr
Valerie Lowmiller Barr, daughter of Mary Ann Purviance and David Lowmiller. Wife of John Barr, mother of Mabel, Susie, Oscar, Robert, and Harry
Tombstone
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Harry Barr
Union Cemetery
Steubenville
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Harry Barr
Year Unknown
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Merrill L. Keenan
Union Cemetery
Steubenville
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Holy Name Orchestra
taken February 18, 1925. A rhyme from this paper...Holy Name High Orchestra is the best one ever heard. When these musicians strike up, no one ever says a word. First is Mallie Sasso, a pianist tried and true. And next comes Panebanco who knows his cornet thru. Thomas Kenney is standing up with saxophone to play. Di Gregory has his cornet two wonders of the day. Mary Doyle is next beheld, with violin in hand, and Ken Keenan as his traps (my father) both make the music grand. The banjo player is Howard Wilson. Famous throughout the town. Ernest Calabria and his violin, is too of fair renown. John Norcia is sitting down. Through the violin he plays, Alex Nyiriate with his violin, has been absent a few days. Another missing member is Edna Mae Robinsons. This picture indeed seems incomplete without these missing ones.
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Holy Name Orchestra
1925, Steubenville Ohio
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