Family Genealogies connected to
These are alpha according to the
name I was given to represent the page.
However, there are many more names in each entry, so please use your FIND [CTRL+F] to search the page.
Ashbey, Baker, Ball,
Barrett, Buckalew, D'Alessandro, Dobransky, Drust, Drusez, Fecho,
Gilbert, Gooch, Hlatky, Hendricks, Hinton, Hresko, Hrubovcak,
Kennedy, Loudenslager, Matej, Matti, Matty, Matyi, Mayfield,
Miller, Moore, Morris, Popelas, Postle, Postlethwait, Postlethwaite, Rosputinsko,
Scurek, Sees, Shane, Streight, Tucker
African American GREENLEAF family who moved to Pittsburgh from Washington DC some time after 1880.
African American GWYN family who moved to Pittsburgh from North Carolina some time after 1900.
ANDERSONs and WILSONs who lived in Allegheny Co. from the early 1800s on. They are among the over 8000 people in my family tree database that can be browsed at: http://www.tulsa.oklahoma.net/~kingfish
Atkinson birth and marriage records beginning in 1886. If anyone is interested, they might e-mail me privately. Connie Mayo
Buckell, Bulger, Dekanich,
Ferguson, Hill, Hricik, Lady, Pipich, Stratigos, Sullivan
Caveney, Bligh, King, Baxter, Cunningham, McCorry -PA, WV, IRE. and LINKS TO: Frey, Andrew, Butler, Malloy, and hundreds more - Pittsburgh, Ohio, Ireland, England, Germany http://www.isrv.com/~jerrypry/famtree/surnames.html ALSO Goslak, (PA) Daley (PA, RUSSIA), Heaster, Walkup, McClung, etc (SCOTLAND?/WV)
DLux Genealogy "Unum" Family Heritage Home http://members.aol.com/dlux2blueh/Unum.html
http://members.xoom.com/ensell The Ensell's had a long history in the south side of Pittsburgh and at one time had a glass plant on Ross St. downtown and one on the south side.
FENSKE and Long on Father's side and Malloy and Lewis on Mother's side. Most if not all, settled in
McKeesport, PA shortly after immigration to the United States. More than happy to share information and documents I have accumulated. Contact me at:
Firstmom's Adoption and Genealogy Page [my main
genealogy page] which got me selected as Founder of the Genealogy
Pod on Tripod]
Linda Braund firstname.lastname@example.org
This site contains a searchable database for the Gary/Geary Family and the Shields Family. Both were residents of the Pittsburgh area from the 1850's until today.
Pat Geary 1183 Nelson Drive Harrisonburg VA 22801-3538 (540) 433-1040 email@example.com
GEOCITIES HEARTLAND GENEALOGY SOCIETY Surname List is at http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Ranch/2416/surname.htm
HARBISON, GARRARD, RAMSDEN, YELLIG
HUISH Biography of the George Hyde Huish Family
I have an extensive biography of the George Hyde Huish family who settled in Pittsburgh just after the civil war. His 4 children were born in Pittsburgh as well as some of their children so it has strong Allegheny county roots to it. URL: Http://members.tripod.com/~KHuish/huish.html
PA names in my research include: (most lines begin in Westmoreland/Washington County 1780s but later generations moved to Allegheny County) Campbell, Chapman, ,Craig, Curry, Dean, Fry(e), Fulton, Gibson, Griffin, Hoy, Hughes, Lyle, Mapel/Maple, Marquis, Mason, McClean, Mitchel, ,Moorhead, ODENBAUGH, Rea, Shields, Sloan, Urie, WHITE. http://www.IrishGenealogy.com
LANG family history
The URL for my web pages is http://www.xtalwind.net/~bchef The connection to Allegheny Co., PA is my biological grandfather, Lloyd Ellsworth Larder, b. 25 AUG 1888 Allegh., PA; s/o George Larder (b. England) and Anna Berkey (d/o Hiram J. and Sarah Ann Dull, of Somerset, PA). I have very little on this Larder family, but his photo is on the Berkey Photo page, along with that of his mother and brother.
A picture of Lloyd LARDER and his brother with the BERKEY family (along with allied lines of spouses) can be found at: http://www.xtalwind.net/~bchef
Neely from 1795 in Allegheny County along with related
NOE, SAILOR, SCHLEGEL, SCHIFF, BICE, HABER, FALGIONE
From the Taylors: http://www.geocities.com/heartland/hills/5727
Rouzer, Meanor, Hager, Marker (Merker), Maxwell, Hunnewell (Honeywell)
My page includes these Allegheny Co. families. -- Larry Thompson
THREE RIVERS GENEALOGY - http://www.15122.com/3rivers
Whalen & Delaney .... Ireland -> Pittsburgh
Lots of family history data and some old pictures on my website page:
Patrick Whalen and Elizabeth Delaney-Whalen came to Pittsburgh about 1866 and Elizabeth mother, Margaret Delaney, joined them in about 1875. They lived in Soho area in the early days and then moved to Forward Ave where they died in the early 1900s.
Houston ........ Ireland -> Pittsburgh -> Columbus
Patrick Whalen's oldest daughter, Mary Ann Whalen, married Joseph C Houston in Pittsburgh in 1885 and they lived there until about 1890 when they moved to Columbus, OH.
roots in eastern Allegheny County going back to at least 1814. Surnames
in the county include WILKINSON, TOPLEY, NATCHER, McDERMOTT, GODFREY,
SCHUCHMAN, BUTLER, SICKMAN, LINHART, and McGOWAN. The site includes
some transcribed records including wills, obituaries, and census
records. A Life and Times area includes snippets of information about
the world in which my family has lived. A surname index to The History
of Allegheny County by A. Warner & Co. published in 1889 may interest
other Allegheny county researchers.
moved from Pittsburgh to Dubuque, Iowa, about 1835. More information can be found in the “Lang Family History”