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I have done extensiveresearch on the ADAM ALBERT family that lived in Franklin Township nearProspect. In fact there is a access to a home page with almost9,000 descendants and related families. The ALBERTSURNAME mixes with many surnames in Butler County - WEIGLE, FAIR, RIDER, CRITCHLOW,BOSTON, DOUGLASS, MC CANDLESS. Mydirect lineage is: AdamAlbert/Rebecca/Margaret Schreck - Henry Albert/Jane HOCKENBERRY -John L. Albert/Olive Elizabeth Rider - Dalton Albert/Mary Best -Mary Ruth Albert/Delbert Eugene Patterson - Vonda Patterson(me)/David Minner. Adam Albert came from Virginia in the late1700's or early 1800's and he had the following children: (1)Daniel Albert m Elizabeth ? (2) Adam Albert, Jr. m Nancy Dunn (3)Mary S. Albert m Thomas L. Dunn (4) George Albert m Sarah Henshaw(5) William H. Albert m Sarah Meyers (6) Henry A. Albert m JaneHockenberry (7) John Albert m Eliza ? (8) Elizabeth Albert mCharles Henshaw (9) Peter Albert m Rachel ? (10) Andrew Albert mT. Maria Baker (11) Margaret Albert m James Miller (12) NancyAlbert m David Pierce.
Having trouble locating thespouses or whearabouts of my Henry's & Jane's children: Hereis what I know. Joseph Albert, b abt. 1834: Elizabeth Albert babt. 1840: Margaret Albert b abt 1842,: Delilah Albert b abt 1844supposedly married a Brewster: Alvina Albert b abt 1845, AlfredAlbert b abt. 1849, Marian Albert b abt. 1852, Arminia or ArminaAlbert b abt. 1858 and Henry Albert b abt. 1864.
Any help on any of the aboutwould be deeply appreciated. Any information on any ALBERTCONNECTIONS would be appreciated.
Thank you for your help. VondaMinner
Looking forthe line after AndrewWalker born 1764 -who resided in Washington County later called Butler, died 1837in Butler. He had a son Abraham 1808-1880. Abraham married Janeand had two children- Levi 1842-1888, and another child. I'mlooking for information on the other child. This missing childmarried a Bruner had a son Harry Everett Bruner 1870-1947.
The rest if my family alsocomes from Butler. If you have any infomation on Bruner or Sutton(James LesterSutton, Albert Burvis Sutton, Margaret McCuthchen) I would like to hear from you. RobiChatterji
Researching family of Gustav Fredrick Drollinger 1813 1858, Hannahstown, wifeMagdalena Braun, 1815 1886, who were her parents? Earliest recordis 1842 land deed Clearfield township. Gustav ran a tavern on theButler Freeport Pike began by Nathan Skeer. Children, Maria;Gustav F.Jr; Adolph W.: Philip Gottlieb; Louisa; Henrietta;Amelia. Have this family back to 1572 Germany. Will exchange. Gordon Drollinger
Could youplease check your info for John Bonnerb. 1775? PA m. Bridget Crossman, son- George Bonner b. 1805 PA? Ihave not been able to find any Bonners in PA!! Thank you!
MyGGrandfather was JamesCurry b. abt 1801 inPA, m. Bridget O'Donnell b. 5 July 1816 in PA. They livedFrankstown twsp, Hollidaysburg, Altoona in Blair CO 1840 to 1882.Children included Charles W., Constantine, Sarah, Rosannah,Susan, Francis Sylvester. There was a James C. Curry and wife,Barbara, administrators of a contract of sale of property fromIsaac Curry, Centre Twsp, to John Young, Westmoreland CO. in1825. Is there a connection? Will communicate with any Currys.
Have datafor and am researching the following families:
- Campbell NE twps.
- Christy NE twps.
- Beers Parker twp
- Aggas Concord twp
- Allison NE twps
- Beatty NE twps
- Bell NE twps
- Cumberland Concord twp
- Story Parker, Oakland twps
- Daubenspeck NE twps
- Donaldson NE twps
- Fletcher Parker twp
- Gibson NE twps
- Glenn NE twps
- Hilliard NE twps
- Hockenberry Cherry, Clay twps
- McElvain Cherry, Washington twps
I amresearching family in the Butler co. area, specifically in thearea covered by the old Buffalo township. The family lived on a70-odd acre tract on Kaiser road very near present-day route 422 east of the 422/route 68 interchange. I also know there was a lot of oil/coal mining activity on the property, including a large strip mine in operation as recently as 25 years ago, a coal mine and 5 or 6 oil wells. the names I am researching in connectionwith the area are:
- John J. b ? d?
- Edward J. b c1890 d?
- Andrew b ? d?
- Leonard b ? d?
- Frank b? d?
- Marcella b032098 d05??83
We have been to the Butler library but we are from out of town and didn't have enough timeto really get into it. Jason D. Smith
Looking for descendants and ancestors of Phillip Frederick (or Frederick Phillip) DEEDS, b abt 1773. He married Deborah GUMM (or GUINN or GINN). In 1850 she was living in nearby Butler County with an aged woman named PATTERSON. Their childrenwere: Mary, b 1804; John, b 1806, m Ann Catherine WIMER;Catherine, b 1809-1895, m Manuel Hamilton; Jesse G., 1811-1897, m1st Mary Rawson, m 2nd Hellen Canfield; Hiram W., b 1813, mOrilla OAKLEY; Elizabeth, b 1815; and Phoebe, b 1822, m James A.Freed. They lived in the Butler and Mercer County area and some of their descendants stayed on and may still be there. BillSowers
Searchingfor decendants of Joseph Allen and Deborah Hill
- Amos Ailes and Ann Brown
- Nathan Coleman and Elizabeth Duncan
- Joshua Allen and Elizabeth McCrory
- Thomas Stockdale and Amy Allen
- William Sprowls and Dorcas Towne
Lynn N. Johnson
I am trying to find out if J. G.Heckler & Elizabeth (?)were married and/or buried in Chicora, Butler county, Pa. Any information would be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you. Jill S. McCall
I'm lookingfor Jacob GRASSMAN's family. Jacob emigrated from Badenaround 1839 at the age of 9 with his family. Jacob ended up in Pike County, Ohio, however, a Josephine GRASSMAN who also lived in Pike is reported to have been born in PA in 1839. There are Jacob GROSSMANs in Centre and Butler on the 1840 Census. I'm wondering if one of these may be Jacob GRASSMAN'sfamily?? Any information on these GROSSMANs/GRASSMANs would be much appreciated<br> Mark Grassman
WilliamBRATTON of NewberryTwp., YORK CO. Had 3 sons: William, Paris b. 1776, and George b.1777. George BRATTON m. Mary CARSON and moved to Plum Twp.,Allegheny Co PA circa 1800. Paris Bratton &; wife Hannah lived in Butler Co. PA. Looking for info on this BRATTON/BRATEN/BRATTEN line that was in York in mid to late 1700's. N. Sterling
Looking forinformation on the COVERT family from the Harmony/Butler area,from the 1700-late 1800's. Looking for the maiden name of the wife of Isaac Covert. Isaac Covert and his wife, Rachel, died in1 814. Also spelled in some records as, COOVERT.
BAILEY- Need information on Elisha H.Bailey, Sr. who b. ca 1800 and resided in Parker, PA which is onthe Armstrong/Clarion Co. line. He served as Justice of the Peacein that area. Need a wife and children for him. DarleenBerens
I am tryingto find my great-great-grandfather Mifflin Levis born in 1814 in Butler County, Pennsylvania. He married Lucinda McCurdy, on 30 Sept 1844, whom was born 26 Oct 1825. While in Pennsylvania, they adopted a son Will and gave birth to a son on 12 Oct 1854 which was named Wynie (Cyrus) Levis.
HESSELGESSER: Wish to share info with anyone researching this unusual surname. Name appears in James Whisker'sbook "Bedford Co in the American Revolution" as HASELGASER. Jacob Hesselgesser also found in one of the volumesof the Penna Archives as a Ranger on the Frontier in Bedford Co. He is found later on the census in Huntington Co and finally either he or a son named Jacob in Butler Co.
I am reserching the ROSE's Center Twp. These would be the decsendants of John ROSE wife 1st Martha Erivn wife 2nd Mary Stevenson/Stephenson. He came to Butler abt 1800 fromSussex or North Huntingdon Cos, NJ. John is buried in Mt Chestnut Cemetery along with son John S and family, as well as dau Rebecca and some family members.
Children 1st wife Jacob(wife Martha MCKISSICK), John,Elizabeth (husband DanielHECK Jr), Mary Ann(husband ? ALBERT), Andrew, Benjamin, Martha (husband James T. MCJUNKIN)
Children 2nd wife Keziah (husband ? MORRISON), James S (wife Susan MCJUNKIN), Rebecca (husband William STOOPS)
I am insterested in allfamiles related to this ROSE line from 1800 to present. I decsendfrom Jacob (wife Marth MCKISSISK) son of John & Martha Erivn.
Other names of interest STEEN, GRAHAM, SHANNON. Willing to share information Ihave. Nancy Rose Evans
I am doinga genealogy on the descendants of Philip Stoops and Elizabeth Vanderlin. Will share what I have with any interested parties.Edward R. Monnie
As with Vonda Minner, who is also on the query list, I amdescended from Adam Albert, an early resident of Butler County. My Albert line goes from Adam Albert& Rebecca/Margaret Schreck --> Henry Albert & JaneHockenberry --> Elmer Albert & Anna Lena Singer -->John Curtis Albert & Stella J Fair --> Clyde Edward Albert--> Ed & Ann Albert. I am very interested in following back my Grandmother FAIR's line past her father James Washington FAIR.
My maternal line is proving difficult, and this is where I would appreciate any contributions. My mother was Jonell Lewis (b: 1928). Her parents were Mary Margaret Matthews & Don Walter(?) Lewis. Beyond that I have no other data. Ed Albert
I am researching my great grandparents. My great grandfather MARTIN A WACKERLY came to America from Germany andmoved to Butler County sometime around 1870. He worked for a family named HARDING. As best as I can figure he married the daughter of the family, ANNIE KATHERINE HARDING in 1871.There were several children born to them, I think in Butler County. They were CASPER L. WACKERLY (1872), ANNA C. WACKERLY(1874) and HERMAN MIFELTON WACKERLY (1876). Sometime in 1876 family moved to Virginia. There is no information available through the family on the Harding family. I don't know if you access to research this or not but thought it would be worth the try.
Thank you for any help you may be able to share with me. Have a great day and thanks again. Jackie Gray
I am tryingto find information on my grandfather. Have learned his name was Edgar Stevick and he died in Butler County, PA, March 1970. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. JJ Masters
In the 1830Butler Co. PA census, HenryStroman is on line 2page 38 and LewisTeets is on line 22page 38. Both are gr-gr-gr-grandfathers of mine. John Teets,Lewis' oldest son died in Butler co in 1853. Do you have any way of checking his death? Jim Middleton
CUNNINGHAM--Seeking information on Robert CUNNINGHAM (b. about 1808) and Emily RAMSAY, the parents of Melissa Jane Cunningham SQUIRES (1844-1928) who lived in Trumbull Co., OH. Believe him to be the Robert CUNNINGHAM listed in the 1850 ButlerCo., PA mortality census, page 014. She later married Bernard CARR and lived in Volant, PA. Seeking information on parents,birth date and place, marriage date and place, and place of death and burial for Robert and Emily. Robert Mixon
Looking for information about the family of Alexander HINDS, who with his wife and two children, settled in Butler County, PA prior to the Revolutionary war. Alexander was aRevolutionary War soldier.
One son is Michael HINDS,born in Butler County, Pennsylvania, where he married, when still a young man, Mary Smith, whose antecedents were also among the early settlers of that part of the state. Disposing of their interestes in Pennsylvania in 1818, Michael and his wife migrated to Franklin county, Indiana, where they lived until 1825, when they moved to Shelby County, Indiana. I need a complete listing of Alexander's family.
Also looking for Benjamin HINDS, born Maryland abt 1780? Married three times, lastly to Elizabeth HASH, somewhere in PA. Moved to Ohio about 1812 to near Seven Mile (Butler County, Ohio), where he purchased land and remained until after the War of 1812, then moved to HamiltonCounty, Ohio, where he remained until 1825, (must be earlier,sold land in Indiana in 1824) at which time he removed to Dearborn County, Indiana. Died there Aug 5, 1835. Was married three times and had 13 children: Elizabeth, Ann, Mary, James,Sarah, John, Henry, Reizen, Emily, Jane and 3 who died ininfancy. Don Hinds
I searchingthe McKEEVER,O'BRIEN and BOYLEfamilies in Butler and Armstrong Counties, I came across 2 of the McKEEVER daughters (sisters of my ggmother) married to SHIELDS boys and one married to a LITTLE. John E. O'Brien, Jr.
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