Cameron County Genealogy Project

Gore Family

Contributed by Mike Wennin


 

The Family of John & Rhoda Gore

 

1. John Gore b. ABOUT 1615, Southhampton, England, (son of Richard Gore) m. ABOUT 1630, Rhoda _____, b. 1610, England, d. 1693, Roxbury, S, MA. John died 2 Jun 1657, Roxbury, S, MA. Roxbury Town Clerk for many years.

Notes: Home site Orange Street on highway between Boston and Roxbury Mass.31

"John Gore came to Roxbury, Mass. from Southampton, England in 1635. He married in England Rhoda _____ , date unknown and he died 2 June 1657, leaving 2 sons, John and Samuel, and 3 daughters, Mary, Abigail and Hannah. His children, John and Mary, were born in England; all others were born in Roxbury, Mass.

John arrived in Roxbury with his wife Rhoda on April 18, 1637 and was one of the few men in the colony honored with the title of "Mister". He is mentioned in a list of landowners of the year 1643 as owning 188 acres. When he landed at Boston and passed on Boston Neck to Roxbury, "Mrs Gore was carried by two men, as the ground was wet and swampy. Arriving at Roxbury, the men stopped with their fair burden on a small hill, when Mrs Gore, who was much fatiqued, exclaimed "This is Paradise", and the spot was henceforth named "Paradise Hill". 56

John Gore was a Freeman 18 April 1637; a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in 1638 and their Clerk in 1655. For many years he also served as town clerk. The Records of Roxbury, now in the city hall, Boston, are in his handwritting and in that of his son who succeeded him. 56

From the records of Rev. John Elliott it appears that Jone Gore and Mrs. Rhoda Gore, his wife, were admitted to the first church in Roxbury but the date of their admission is not clear, yet from other entries it was apparently in 1636 or 1637. (Roxbury Church Records).

John Gore left England at the time of the great religious upheaval which induced so many men to leave their county. That he was a Puritan is evident by the quaint Scriptural names he gave his children which had never before been borne by any of his name.

John Gore and his father do not appear to have been estranged for his father, Richard Gore of Southampton, made John, by his will dated 6 January 1643, his residuary legatee and sole executor. As appears from an entry in the Notarial Records of William Aspineall, Notary, Boston, 23 December 1644, John Gore sent a letter of Attorney to Joseph Browne of Southampton, England, Halster, to prove the Will of his father and to execute it for him.

John Gore bought land in Salisbury, the deed to which was made to his widow, Rhoda, 20 August 1658. He is mentioned in the landholders of Roxbury in the year 1643 as owning 188 acres and was taxed 15 s. 12 personal and 6s. 3 d real estate.

The Gore homestead is described as containing 4 acres west of Stoney River. A brick block now is on the site and the house which was town down in 1876 of course was not the original homestead, but one of houses subsequently erected on the site, for in 1693 the original house and barn were not worth repairing.

The present day Gore Street crosses part of the original Gore estate.

In his will, John Gore states ..."The reason why I did not give my eldest sonne John Gore and daughter Mary no more is because they having received their proportion before, and my will is that if any of my three younger children dye before marriage these 3 should be one anothers heirs." Inventory, 22 June 1657, of estate of John Gore was 812.07.6 , a considerable estate for the time and considering that he had been in the Colony but 20 years. Also before death he had advanced probably their shares to his son John and daughter Mary. " 34

Research: "twins died 11 June 1651 unbaptized " ...Roxbury Church records page 175.34

note: no Benjamin was listed in the Gore manuscript.

July Wee notes said: "John Gore came from Waltham Abbey Sussix, England in 1635 and settled at Roxbury (Boston) ........60

Listed in Founders of Early American Families, Emigrants from Europe 1697-1657, Revised Edition published by The General Court of the Order of Founders and Patriots of American. Rhoda: Rhoda survived all four of her husbands.

Spouse Notes: "Rhoda Gore, wife of John, seems to have been a woman of remarkable enery and strenth of character. She long survived her first husband and she married 3 times after the death of her first husband, John Gore, she dying in 1693. It is safe to say she was born in 1610 since she deposed 19 May 1655 as age 45 (Suffolk Deeds). She married successively after John's death, Lt. John Remington, Edward Porter, and Joshua Tead, surviving them all.

Children:

i Mary Gore b. Southhampton, England.

2. ii John Gore b. 23 May 1634.

iii Obadiah Gore b. 27 Jun 1636, Roxbury, MA, d. 3 Sep 1646, Roxbury, MA. Died of consumption with as cute and gracious expressioon of faith ever we have heard.

iv Abigail Gore b. 5 Aug 1641, Roxbury, MA, d. 30 Apr 1642, Roxbury, MA. Death recorded in Roxbury Church record #170.

3. v Samuel Gore b. ABOUT 1642.

vi Abigail Gore b. 5 May 1643, Roxbury, MA, d. 21 Oct 1671.

vii Hannah Gore b. 15 May 1645, Roxbury, MA, m. 13 Jun 1677, Ralph Bradhurst. Hannah died 10 Jul 1686.

viii Obadiah Gore b. 25 Mar 1648, Roxbury, MA, d. 3 Sep 1655, Roxbury, MA.

Second Generation

 

2. John Gore (1.John1) b. 23 May 1634, Southhampton, England, m. 30 Jun 1683, in Roxbury, MA, Sarah Gardner. John died 26 Jun 1705, Roxbury, MA. Town Clerk of Roxbury. Attended Harvard College 1652-54.

Notes: Owned property west of Connecticut Path and north of Woodstock in 1695. 24 page 43. Home lot was about 30 acres.

One of thirteen men in 1686 who volunteered to leave Roxbury and establish a new community of Woodstock. "One of the Goers". There names, inscribed in Woodstock records as "the men who went to spy out Woodstock".

Appointed to Woodstock "committee of seven" to lay out the roads, and choose a lot for the Minister, and select a place for the meeting house for the new community, 25 August 1686.

Children:

4. i Ebenezer Gore.

3. Samuel Gore (1.John1) b. ABOUT 1642, Roxbury, MA, m. 28 Aug 1672, Elizabeth Weld, b. 14 Nov 1655, Roxbury, MA, d. 1725. Samuel died 4 Jul 1692, Roxbury, MA. Selectman for several years.

Notes: "In 1694 Samuel Gore's heirs take over his place as owner of lands. Samuel was Selectman of Roxbury for several years. "July 26, 1692 John Ruggles was chosen to serve the towne as a Selectman in the place of Lt. Samuel Gore, deceased. ...."34 Elizabeth: Spouse Notes: " We, Samuel Gore, John Gore and Obadiah Gore, children of Samuel Gore, late of Roxbury, that it kept amongst us, and whereas our Hord. mother, Benjamin Tucker, late Gore administratrix of the estate of our late father, Samuel Gore, hath sold several parcels of land left her by her father, Mr. John Weld, late of Roxbury...... Dated 18 June 1716." 34

Children:

i Abigail Gore b. 29 May 1675, d. 0 Jul 1675, buried: 24 Jul 1675.

ii John Gore b. 10 Nov 1676, d. 10 Mar 1679.

5. iii Samuel Gore b. 20 Oct 1681.

iv John Gore b. 22 Jun 1683, Roxbury, MA, m. Rebecca Smith. John died 7 Nov 1720.

v Thomas Gore b. 1686, Roxbury, MA, d. 17 Oct 1689.

vi Obadiah Gore b. 1688, Roxbury, MA, m. Sarah Kelly. Obadiah died 8 Oct 1721.

vii Margaret Gore.

Third Generation

 

4. Ebenezer Gore (2.John2, 1.John1) b. Roxbury, MA, m. 20 Nov 1712, in Roxbury, MA, Susannah Paul.

Children:

6. i Ebenezer Gore b. 16 Nov 1714.

ii John Gore.

iii Samuel Gore.

5. Samuel Gore (3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 20 Oct 1681, Roxbury, S, MA, m. ABOUT 1703, in Roxbury, MA, Hannah Draper, b. 8 Apr 1686, Norwich, CT, d. 11 Jul 1741, Norwich, CT. Samuel died 27 May 1756, Norwich, CT. Notes: A journal kept by John May Jr. gives a fair picture of the personal life in Woodstock and Roxbury:24

"December 19, 1710, went with Child a-logging. 23rd; went to town for butter. 28th; dressed flax for Child. 30th; Child and I dug cellar; Josepth fetched a load of stones. January 15th, 1711; went about the woods with Edward Child, afterwards felled three trees. 9th; helped my landlord make a sled. 15th; helped Ichabod Holmes at his rye. 16th; I drew my timber together and Ephraim Child and Ben and Ichabod with their teams helped me draw. 20th; I went to Mashamoquet. March 22nd; Ben Child burned off the sleeve of my coat on a tree. April 9th; Carpenter and Child helped me hew timber; On this day Joseph Bartholomew's house and barn burned; The day before Mrs. Chandler died. (Mary Raymond 1672-1711 wife of Col John Chandler (Judge) 1672-1711). 23rd; helped Ben Child half a day; the rest looked for Morris'cow. 28th; I went to kill rattlesnakes, then helped Ephraim Child cover corn. May 9th; I helped Ichabod all day. 17th; Ben and Ichabod helped finish my fence. 26th; I bought of James Leavens baug. September 12th; I finished my frame; Same day John Child helped me cart stones. 13th; My house was raised! 14th; Eliphalet helped me clapboard; same say my father came town. 19th; went out of town to look up masons. November 9th; Finished enlosing. Eliphalet helped lay my floors. 20th; I got timber for a bedstead. 24th; Lieut. Morris lay my hearth and I helped bought my mare. December 17th; I made faggots for Joshua, helped Joshua kill a swine, busy as ever in various ways. 18th; A great day's work. January 1, 1712; we got safe to Woodstock with our goods, only broke one chair. 3rd; Young and old came to see us. 9th; We went to see our relatives and friends about town."

The Journal also shows that during the years 1710 to 1718 he grafted for Mason, mowed for Dwight and Peter Morse, hoed for Matturin Allad, pruned for Mr. Payson, made a wall for Capt. Chandler, went to Uncle Perrin's raising, worked for Uncle Samuel Morris, Lt. Eastman, Goodman Peake, Ben Roth and Cousin Deming, went to raising and a lecture in Pomfret, was present at the ordination in Pomfret of Rev. Ebenezer Williams, attended Ebenezer Davis' funeral, and was at "Goodman Rice's burial". He did surveying, dressed flax for neighbors, sold bed cords, sledded cedar out of the Cedar Swamp, and "one day went to town, had saw mended, got peas at Holmes' and rolled my logs at Holmes' Mill." He "went down to the Bay," sold flax, visited relatives, and attended lectures in Boston and Roxbury.

Research: Samuel Gore came into the sole possession of his father's common lands in 1716. It is probable that he removed from Roxbury and settled in Norwich, Connecticut or its neighborhood between 1715 and 1719. He was Captain of the 5th Company of Trainband in the East Society of Norwich, commission May 1721.

On 2 March 1712/13 he was elected one of the Fence Viewers of Roxbury and 3 March 1717 was one of the Surveyers of Highways.

Samuel Gore and Hannah sell land in Woodstock, Conn. on 19 December 1720.

Children:

i Elizabeth Gore b. 12 Jan 1704, Roxbury, MA, m. Joseph Witter. Elizabeth died 9 Apr 1761.

ii Samuel Gore b. 26 Mar 1705, Roxbury, MA, d. 22 May 1706, Roxbury, MA.

7. iii Samuel Gore b. 21 May 1707.

iv Moses Gore b. 23 Sep 1709, Roxbury, MA, m. Desire Burris. Moses died AFTER 1760, Nova Scotia. Moved to Nova Scotia in 1760.

v John Gore b. 11 Oct 1711, Roxbury, MA, d. 19 Nov 1735, Norwich, CT. Died at age of 23y 3m 9d.

8. vi Obadiah Gore b. 26 Jul 1714.

vii Daniel or Samuel Gore b. 4 Oct 1719, Norwich, CT.

viii Hannah Gore b. 30 Dec 1720, Norwich, CT, m. (1) Silas Burrows, m. (2) Nathaniel Gallup. Hannah died 19 Mar 1810, Stonington, CT.

ix Sarah Gore b. 15 Jun 1723, Norwich, CT, m. 28 Jul 1743, Eliphalet Hobart, b. Stonington, CT.

Fourth Generation

 

6. Ebenezer Gore (4.Ebenezer3, 2.John2, 1.John1) b. 16 Nov 1714, Roxbury, MA, m. Susannah Richardson.

Children:

9. i Joseph Gore b. 13 May 1751.

7. Samuel Gore (5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 21 May 1707, Roxbury, MA, m. 25 Feb 1735/6, in Norwich, CT, Desire Safford, b. 18 Oct 1717, Voluntown, Windham Co., CT, d. 11 Sep 1772, Voluntown, Windham Co., CT. Samuel died BEF.26 JUL 1791.

Children:

i John Gore b. 15 Nov 1736, Norwich, New London, CT, d. 0 Aug 1773, Norwich, New London, CT.

ii Elizabeth Gore b. 15 Dec 1738, Voluntown, Windham Co., CT.

iii Hannah Gore b. 26 Jun 1741, Voluntown, Windham Co., CT.

iv Dorothy "Dolly" Gore b. 6 Feb 1746/7, Norwich, New London, CT, m. 27 Jun 1765, in Voluntown, CT, Comfort Titus, b. 22 Oct 1741, Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA, d. 12 Mar 1822, Sterling, Windham Co., CT.

v Desire Gore b. 19 Apr 1750, Norwich, New London, CT.

vi Elijah Gore b. 11 Feb 1754, Norwich, New London, CT, m. Sarah Little, b. 1749, d. 26 Aug 1805, Halifax, VT. Elijah died Halifax, VT.

vii Amos Gore b. 9 Oct 1755, Norwich, New London, CT.

viii Esther Gore b. 22 Jan 1759, Norwich, New London, CT.

ix Ebenezer Gore b. 3 Feb 1762, Voluntown, Windham Co., CT, d. 30 Sep 1790, buried: Old Cem., S. Killingly, Windham Co., CT.

8. Obadiah Gore (5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 26 Jul 1714, Roxbury, Norfolk Co., MA, m. 4 Nov 1742, in Roxbury, MA, Hannah Parks, b. 3 Jul 1721, Preston, CT, d. 14 Aug 1804, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA. Obadiah died 10 Jan 1779, Wyoming Valley, PA. Member of the Committee of Safety 1775.

Notes: Listed in DAR Patriot Index of 1966, Volume I, page 274

Data entry: "Gore, Obadiah Sr., b 7-26-1714 d 1-10-1779 m Hannah Parkes PS PA"

Obadiah Sr. resided in the vicinity of Boston, removed to Plainfield Connecticut, and in 1768 to the Wyoming Valley, Penn. He was one of the first white men in Wilkes-Barre, Penn. and the pioneer of the family in Wyoming Valley. Captain Gore was commissioned by the Conn. Assembly Ensign of th Eight Company, Third Regement Militia May 1761, Lieutenant of same, May 1762, and Captain May 1766.56

He was an aged man at the time of the massacre, and was left in Forty Fort while the army went out to meet the enemy. In the little band that marched forth July 3, 1778, were his five sons: Samuel, Daniel, Silas, George and Asa; as his son-in-law John Murphy and Timothy Pearce. At sunset, five of the seven were on the field, mangled corpses. Samuel and Daniel the only survivors of the seven. 56

"Obadiah and his son Obadiah Jr. were blacksmiths, and were the first persons to use anthracite coal in this county, and began so to use it in their forges about 1772. The came via Planfield to Wyoming Valley, and were among the prisoners taken by the Pennamites in 1768. They were also in the terrible troubles of Wyomning, known as the first and second Pennamite wars."27

He was in the Fort with his son John at the time of the 3 July 1778 Wyoming Massacre and thus survived. Three of his sons and three son-in-laws were killed in the massacre. 28

Provided public service in support of the Revelotionary War. Obadiah was a member of the Committee of Safety 1775. 49

Children:

10. i Obadiah Gore, Judge b. 17 Apr 1744.

ii Daniel Gore b. 13 Mar 1746, Norwich, New London, CT, m. (1) Mary Parks, b. 11 Apr 1806, m. (2) Hannah Flinn. Daniel died 3 Sep 1809. Conn. Malitia, wounded but escaped 3 Jul 1778 Wyoming Valley massacre.

Notes: Served as field officer (Lieut) with his brother Samuel (private) at Wyoming Massacre of July 3, 1778. Samuel and Daniel were the only surviors of the 7 family members who fought that day.

Lieutenant in Captain Rezin Geer's Company, 24 Regiment, Conn. Militia oct 21, 1778; served at Westmoreland, Conn. Militia May 27, 1779.

11. iii Silas Gore, Ensign b. 23 Dec 1747.

iv Asa Gore b. 28 Feb 1750, Norwich, CT, m. Elizabeth Avery. Asa died 3 Jul 1778. Killed at Wyoming Massacre.

v Hannah Gore b. 28 May 1752, Norwich, CT, m. (1) Timothy Pierce, d. 3 Jul 1778, m. (2) AFTER 1778, Thomas Duane. Timothy: Killed at Wyoming Massacre.

vi Lucy Gore b. 6 May 1754, Norwich, CT, m. (1) John Murphy, d. 3 Jul 1778, m. (2) _____ Smith. Lucy died 30 Sep 1820. John: Killed at Wyoming Massacre.

vii Sarah Gore b. 23 Nov 1756, Norwich, CT, m. (1) Lawrence Myers, m. (2) Benjamin Bidlack. Sarah died 20 May 1841.

viii George Gore b. 1 Sep 1758, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA, d. 3 Jul 1778. Killed at Wyoming Massacre.

12. ix Samuel Gore, Sgt b. 24 May 1761.

x John Gore b. 25 Feb 1764, Norwich, CT, m. Elizabeth Ross, b. 3 Nov 1768, d. 16 May 1816. John died 4 Aug 1837. John was with his father in the Fort at the time of the Wyoming Massacre of 3 July 1778 and thus was one of the few that survived. Elizabeth: Elizabeth was the sister of Gen. William Ross, and also the sister of Perrin and Jeramiah Ross, who were killed in the Wyoming Massacre.

Fifth Generation

 

9. Joseph Gore (6.Ebenezer4, 4.Ebenezer3, 2.John2, 1.John1) b. 13 May 1751, Roxbury, MA, m. Meriba Thayer, b. ABOUT 1759, Braintree, MA. Joseph died 5 Feb 1824, Roxbury, MA. Received a Rev. War Pension beginning in 1818. Religion: "called the last Roxbury family."

Notes: Copied from Pension Dept. of Achives Building. Military Service and Pension file for Joseph Gore 20 Mar 1819.

"Joseph Gore of Roxbury, Mass. served under Co. of Artillery commanded by Capt. James Furnivall, in the summer and fall of 1776 for a term of 3 years. Went on duty in said Company as soldier, Sergeant and Clerk, also in 177_ in Co. of Artillery, commanded by Stepen Badlam, commanded by Henry K____ in the mass line of the ary on the continental establishment. Upon which Gore obtained from War Dept. a Pension Certificate, dated 13 April 18__, no. of certificat 10.640 (on bottom of pension is the follow) ............

Edward Turner, of Roxbury, Mass. was appointed guardian of Joseph Gore, 2 June 18__ (Gore than 70 years). Gore was resident of Poorhouse and so infirmed and mentally deranged , that he could not perform any labor. He had 4 children ab___ age of 21 years and unable to support him. Their names are: James, Hannah, John, Maria. Joseph received 8 dollars per month to commence on 13 April 1818."31 Meriba: Living in 1810, see Mary Gore's will.

Children:

13. i James Emanuel Gore b. 19 Nov 1791.

ii Joseph Warren Gore b. 24 Jan 1782, Roxbury, MA, d. 8 Aug 1782, Roxbury, MA. Data from family bible. Dedicated by Mr. Kowned.

iii Suky Gore b. 18 Mar 1784, Roxbury, MA. Never married. Dedicated by Mr. Elliot of Boston.

14. iv Hannah Vinton Gore b. 1 Jun 1784.

v Ann Marie Gore b. 20 Nov 1793, Roxbury, MA, m. Joseph Dane.

vi John Eben Gore b. 6 Sep 1796, Roxbury, MA, d. 31 Dec 1856. Unmarried.. Dedicated by Mr. Porter of Roxbury.

10. Obadiah Gore, Judge (8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 17 Apr 1744, Norwich, CT, m. 22 Mar 1764, Anna Avery, b. 18 Dec 1744, Norwich, CT, d. 24 Apr 1829. Obadiah died 22 Mar 1821, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA. Lieutenant, 3rd Regiment, Conn. Line, with Col. Samuel Wylly January 1, 1777, served at Westmorland, PA and in Sullivan's Indian Expedition June-August 1779. Judge Obadiah Gore's portrait hangs in the Wyoming Historical & Geological Society Building.

Children:

15. i Avery Gore b. 10 Jan 1765.

ii Wealthy Gore b. 10 Aug 1767.

iii Hannah Gore b. 8 Sep 1769, Norwich, New London, CT. Author of "thrilling incidents" a 10 page diary.

iv Anna Gore b. 8 Feb 1772.

v Sally Gore.

11. Silas Gore, Ensign (8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 23 Dec 1747, Norwich, CT, m. Kessiah Yarington. Silas died 3 Jul 1778. Killed at Wyoming Massacre. Left a widow and three daughters.

Notes: "Mr. Gore was commissioned by Gov. Trumbull, of Connecticut, as ensigh of the 5th company, (a train band) in the 24 Regiment of the colony, in his majesty George III's service. The commission was dated at New Haven, Oct 17 'in the 15th year of the reign of our sovereign lord George the Third, king of Great Britain, etc., Annoque domini, 1775.' .... " 27

Spouse: Kessiah Yarington

Spouse Notes: "Silas Gore, who was killed at Wyomings, left a widow and three daughters. They were in the fort at the time of the battle, and fled to Northumberland, and thence to Connecticut. They afterwards came to Sheshequin, where the widow married Capt. Benjamin Clark, of Ulster....."27

Children:

16. i Lucy Gore.

12. Samuel Gore, Sgt (8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 24 May 1761, Norwich, CT, m. 1785, Sarah Brokaw, b. 10 Apr 1764, Sussex Co., NJ, d. 17 Nov 1845, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA. Samuel died 2 May 1834, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA. Notes: Listed in DAR Patriot Index of 1966, page 276 "Gore, Samuel: b 5-24-1761 d5-2-1843 m Sarah Brokaw Sgt PA *"

"Samuel Gore 1761-1834, served 1779-81, as private and sergeant in Penn. Militia. In 1833 he was placed on the pension roll of Bradford Co., Penn. where he died. He was born in Conn." 13

"He was one of the few who escaped the Wyoming massacre (July 3, 1778). He was also an actor in the Pennamite and Yankee troubles. The first winter after he settled in Sheshequin he was obliged to go, via Wyoming, to the Delaware river to winter his oxen, no means of doing so being nearer. His money to carry him a journey of one hundred and fifty miles was an English crown. The paths (there were no roads) were impassable, nearly, but on the fourth day he arrived at Wyoming, where he rested and prepared feed for his cattle for the rest of the journey, by twisting hay into large ropes and fastening them around their bodies and necks. He packed his wallet with Indian johnny-cake and slung it upon his arm, and entered the great 'dismal swamp.' The snow was two feet deep, and the weather severe. On the second day he had a creek to cross so deep that footmen could not pass without wading. Mounting one of his oxen, he attempted to ride across, but the anchor-ice hit his legs, his steed played him false, and left his rider to make his way out as best he could. He was now four miles from any house, his clothes were frozen, and he alone in the depths of the forest, and night approaching, He used to say he consideed his chance for life more hopeless and deperate than when pursued by yelling savages at Wyoming.27

"Brother of Judge Obadiah Gore .... and removed with his father and brothers to Wyoming. In May 1777, he joined the company of Capt. Aholiab Buck, was in the battle of Wyoming and had a thrilling escape. Following, he served as a Minute Man in the Valley, under Capt John Franklin and others until the close of the war. He had been an active participant in practically all the struggles in the Wyoming Valley, where he remained until his brother moved to Shehequin, when he came with him. He settled the farm of now D.W. Chaffee. His life in the wilderness was one of great privations and hardships, but they were as heroically met as was the enemy in fighting for Independence. Mr. Gore was for many years a Justice of the Peace, noted as a wise and just magistrate. He became an extensive land owner, spent his last days in comfort and died May 2, 1834, lamented by all. "30

"In 1784, Obadiah and Samuel Gore and Arnold Franklin came into the settlement (Shehequin), from Wyoming." 27

Research: Notes from the Gore Family ........see34 .

"Samuel moved to Sheshequin, Pa. with his brother, Obadiah, Jr., about 1783 and owned a farm adjoining which at one time was considered valuable, but some parts of it, as well as land of other farmers in Sheshequin, suffered greatly from floods and backwater from Towanda Dam.

Samuel did not bring his family to the settlement until two years later, about 1785. The first winter after he settled in Sheshequin he was compelled to go to Wyoming Valley to Delaware River to winter his oxen, no other means being nearer. The paths were impassable nearly, but on the 4th day he arrived at Wyoming where he rested, and prepared feed for his cattle for the balance of the journey by twisting hay into large ropes and fastening it around their bodies and necks. He packed his wallet with Indian johney cake. The snow was two feet deep and the weather severe in the great dismal swamp. On the secon day he had a deep creek to cross; mounting one of his oxen he attempted to ride across bu the anchor ice hit his legs -- his steed played him false and left the rider to get out as best he could. It was four miles from any house.. his clothes were frozen, and he in the depth of the forrest with night coming on, and he said he considered his chances for life were more hopless than when pursued by yelling savages.

For many years Samuel was Justice of the Peace and is said to have been one of the best Magistrates in the County. He was a man who retired and arose early. He was a Revolutionary Pensioner and after his death his widow received a Pension. Sarah: Spouse Notes: "After her husbands death, which occured May 2, 1834, Mrs Gore, his widow, received a pension, She expected a small amount only, and was very much surprised when $600 were counted down to her. With a sorrowful countenance and desponding tone she said, 'I don't know what I shall do with all this money. I don't want it.'" 27

Children:

i Samuel Kennedy Gore b. 4 Dec 1786, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA, m. Calista Gore, b. 30 Nov 1794, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA, (daughter of Avery Gore and Lucy Gore) d. 6 Jan 1849. Samuel died 9 Jul 1840. Calista: Raised a very large family.

17. ii Silas Gore b. 21 Sep 1788.

18. iii Sally M. Gore b. 26 Jul 1791.

19. iv Abraham Brokaw Gore b. 6 Aug 1794.

v Judith Hanna Gore b. 17 Jun 1796, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA, m. 1821, Elias Minier. Judith died 20 Sep 1863.

vi Nellie Veghter Gore b. 19 Apr 1799, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA, m. (1) Henry _____, m. (2) Hiram Merrill, b. or of Litchfield, PA. Nellie died 24 Aug 1857, Litchfield, PA.

vii George D. Gore b. 10 Feb 1809, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA, d. 28 Feb 1809, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA.

Sixth Generation

 

13. James Emanuel Gore (9.Joseph5, 6.Ebenezer4, 4.Ebenezer3, 2.John2, 1.John1) b. 19 Nov 1791, Roxbury, MA, m. 18 Nov 1826, in Somerville, NJ, Mary Ann Gatzner, b. 14 Apr 1805, d. 12 Apr 1898. James died 17 Nov 1837, Somerset, NJ. Settled in New Jersey in 1825.

Children:

i Agnes Gore.

ii Joseph Warren Gore.

iii Elizabeth Gore.

14. Hannah Vinton Gore (9.Joseph5, 6.Ebenezer4, 4.Ebenezer3, 2.John2, 1.John1) b. 1 Jun 1784, Roxbury, MA, m. Elias Parker Millen. Hannah died 17 Apr 1851.

Children:

i James G. Millen.

ii George H. Millen.

15. Avery Gore (10.Obadiah5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 10 Jan 1765, m. Lucy Gore, (daughter of Silas Gore, Ensign and Kessiah Yarington). Avery died AFTER 1804, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA. Succeeded to the Wyoming homestead.

Notes: Avery Gore was associated with his father, Judge Hollenback, and William Buck in heavy land speculations in the State of New York about Chemung and elsewhere. He was commissioned by Governor M'Kean 2nd Lieut. of the 2nd troop of calalry in Luzerne county, 2d brigade, 9th division of enrolled militia, Aug 2, 1800; 1st Lieut., Jan. 28, 1802; Capt. May 26, 1806. He was also commissioned ensign of the 3d company of fooot in the 2d battalion by the supreme executive council, May 1, 1789. He was postmaster of Sheshequin in 1804 and for several years afterwards." 27

Children:

i Calista Gore b. 30 Nov 1794, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA, m. Samuel Kennedy Gore, b. 4 Dec 1786, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA, (son of Samuel Gore, Sgt and Sarah Brokaw) d. 9 Jul 1840. Calista died 6 Jan 1849. Raised a very large family.

16. Lucy Gore (11.Silas5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) (See marriage to number 15.)

17. Silas Gore (12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 21 Sep 1788, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA, m. 12 May 1812, in Bradford Co, PA, Catherine Elliott, b. 30 Jun 1792, Livingston Manor, Columbia Co., NY, d. 18 Feb 1879, North Rome, Bradford Co., PA. Silas died 29 Apr 1856, North Rome, Bradford Co., PA.

Children:

i Sally Gore b. 13 Mar 1813, m. 25 Dec 1832, Solomon C. Kinner. Sally died 0 Dec 1895.

20. ii William Elliott Gore b. 12 Sep 1815.

21. iii Lucretia Gore b. 24 Sep 1817.

iv Samuel Gore b. 10 Jun 1820, d. 31 May 1862. Killed at the Battle of Fair Oaks . Member of Co. H, 57th PA Vol. Samuel was killed removing wounded soldiers off the battle field. His brother Silas was nearby when he was killed and reported his death to his family.

v John Gore b. 7 Sep 1822, d. 0 Jan 1865. Killed in the Battle of Hilton Head, South Carolina. Member of Co. H, 50th PA Vol.

vi Oelle Gore b. 2 Aug 1824, m. 7 Sep 1843, Morris _____. Oelle died 29 Aug 1893.

vii Ellen Gore b. 17 Aug 1827, Bradford Co., PA, m. 14 May 1859, Marcellus Elliot.

22. viii Silas Gore b. 3 May 1829.

ix Elijah Gore b. 10 Jul 1831. Killed or died during the Civil War. Served in Confederate, Co. C, 1st Louisiana Cavalry. Was in the south at the start of the war. Enlisted in Confederate Army 12 Sep 1861 at Baton Rouge, LA. Captured by Union Army at Farmington, TN on 10 Oct 1863. Exchanged at James River, VA on 7 Mar 1865. Hetrick reports that two of his brothers tried to get him to change his loyalty but he refused. Never heard from again. Last known record is his addmittance to Yandell Hospital, Meridian, Miss. on April 1, 1865.

x Catherine Gore b. 23 Jun 1834, d. 13 Jul 1835.

23. xi Hollis C. Gore b. 22 Sep 1835.

18. Sally M. Gore (12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 26 Jul 1791, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA, m. 22 Feb 1813, in Rome, PA, Elijah Townsend, b. ABOUT 1793, Rome, Bradford Co., PA. Sally died 0 Feb 1878, buried: Bumpville, PA.

Children:

24. i Samuel G. Townsend b. 17 May 1830.

19. Abraham Brokaw Gore (12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 6 Aug 1794, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA, m. Sally Kennedy, b. 18 May 1794, Bradford Co., PA, d. 15 Dec 1875. Abraham died 5 Sep 1840.

Children:

i Harriet N. Gore b. 27 Nov 1818, m. 27 Dec 1837, William J. Lent, b. 16 Jul 1815, Wysox, Bradford Co., PA. Harriet died 28 Aug 1868.

ii Fannie W. Gore b. 9 Apr 1819, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA, m. 28 Nov 1838, William E. Bull, b. 2 Oct 1813, d. 2 Dec 1887, Rome, Bradford Co., PA. Fannie died 11 Nov 1895.

25. iii Abraham Gore b. 31 Jul 1822.

26. iv Comfort Canedy Gore b. 20 Jul 1825.

v Polly Gore b. 7 Jun 1830, m. 4 Mar 1851, Horace Chaffee.

vi Lucy Ann Gore b. 8 Aug 1832, m. Bowen Chaffee.

vii Abigail Gore.

Seventh Generation

 

20. William Elliott Gore (17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 12 Sep 1815, North Rome, Bradford Co., PA, m. 2 Mar 1837, Alvira Kinner, b. 12 Oct 1820, d. 7 Jan 1900, buried: Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA. William died 25 Nov 1886, Deer Island, Columbia Co., Oregon. Alvira: She is listed in the 1862 tax assessment for Gibson Twp., Cameron Co., PA.

Children:

i Alvina Gore b. ABOUT 1838.

27. ii Helen M. Gore b. 9 Apr 1842.

iii Catherine Helen Gore b. ABOUT 1842, m. Andrew Crain. Catherine buried: Powell, Bradford Co., Pa.

28. iv Elizabeth Gore b. ABOUT 1846.

29. v George Washington Gore b. 20 Jun 1846.

30. vi Henry Clay Gore b. ABOUT 1848.

vii William Wallace Gore b. ABOUT 1850, d. Red Horse, NY.

viii John Gore b. ABOUT 1852. Died at age 16 or 17.

ix Delphine Gore b. 22 Aug 1854, m. (1) Thomas Daugherty, m. (2) 17 Jun 1905, in Driftwood, PA by B. Nefcy, J.P., Benjamin Franklin Smith, b. 5 May 1868, Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA, d. 6 Mar 1933, Castle Garden, Cameron Co., PA, buried: Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Delphine buried: Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Benjamin: Delphine, a daughter of W. E. and Elvira Gore. She was previously married, to a Daugherty, and divorced 19 Dec 1904 for desertion.

x Lillian Gore b. ABOUT 1858, m. Charles Scudder.

21. Lucretia Gore (17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 24 Sep 1817, Bradford Co., PA, m. 19 May 1834, in PA, James W. Weed, b. 1815, d. April 1, 1882, Crawford CO PA. Lucretia died 2 Jun 1848, Fox Twp., Sullivan Co., PA.

Children:

31. i Alice Temperence Weed b. Nov. 12, 1837.

22. Silas Gore (17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 3 May 1829, Bradford Co., PA, m. 18 Sep 1860, Jerusha Jane Tuttle. Silas died 2 Jul 1863, Gettysburg, Adams Co., PA. 141st Reg. PVI. Silas died in the Battle of Peachtree Orchard. His name is on the the Pennsylvania Memorial at Gettysburg. There exists a collection of letters from him to his family and make for very interesting reading.

Children:

i Sarah Alice Gore b. 0 Dec 1861. Married and moved out west.

23. Hollis C. Gore (17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 22 Sep 1835, N. Rome, Bradford Co., PA, m. 25 Dec 1856/65, Mary Evelline Towner. Hollis died 29 Oct 1917, Orting, WA. Served in Co. I, 50th Rgt., NY Engineers. He died at the State Soldiers Home and Colony.

Children:

i Clara May Gore b. 25 Oct 1866.

ii Catherine Bell Gore b. 18 Mar 1868.

iii Arthur Hollis Gore b. 12 Oct 1870.

iv John Edwin Gore b. 12 Apr 1873.

v Martin Lester Gore b. 18 Sep 1875.

vi Bertha Winfield Gore b. 20 Feb 1879.

vii Mary Maude Gore b. 23 Dec 1880.

24. Samuel G. Townsend (18.Sally6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 17 May 1830, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA, m. Elizabeth Hockins, b. or of Broome Co., NY. Samuel began farming at the age of 18, and later moved to Minnesota, where he pre-empted a quarter section of land. In 1863, he returned to Sheshequin because of his father's illness. He had an extensive farming and lumbering business and owned property in Athens, PA. He was a Republican, a J. O. P. and was highly respected in his community.

Children:

32. i Eva M. "Becky" Townsend.

25. Abraham Gore (19.Abraham6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 31 Jul 1822, m. 22 Feb 1849, Eliza Jane Marshall. Abraham died 1905.

Children:

i Reed Gore. Died at 12 years.

ii Charlotte Gore. Died at 2 years.

iii Wallace Gore m. Emma Chaffee. Went to Elmira, NY.

iv Albert Gore.

v Abraham L. Gore b. 25 May 1861, m. 14 Aug 1887, Eliza Ann Kennedy.

26. Comfort Canedy Gore (19.Abraham6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 20 Jul 1825, m. (1) 31 Oct 1852, Celia M. Olds, b. 1828, d. 3 Jul 1856, m. (2) Eliza Ann Luckey, b. or of NJ, d. 4 Apr 1888.

Children by Celia M. Olds:

33. i Abraham Brokaw Gore.

ii Lysle Gore. Died as an infant.

iii Martha Gore. Died as an infant.

Children by Eliza Ann Luckey:

34. iv Charles F. Gore b. 18 Jun 1858.

v Francis M. Gore d. 13 Nov 1889, Overton, PA. Killed in sawmill.

vi Joseph O. Gore d. 23 Nov 1890.

Eighth Generation

 

27. Helen M. Gore (20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 9 Apr 1842, m. John M. English, b. 7 Aug 1838, d. 25 Oct 1921, buried: Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Helen died 28 Dec 1918, buried: Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA. John: Civil War (Co. F, 148th PA Vol.).

Children:

i Alice Gertie English b. ABOUT 1867, d. 17 Dec 1880, buried: Mason Hill Cem., Cameron Co., PA.

ii Helen May English b. 7 May 1868, m. 29 Apr 1891, in Emporium, PA by M. M. Larrabee, J.P., McClellen (Clell) Bailey, b. ABOUT 1862. Helen died 6 Jun 1946.

iii John E. English b. 28 Jul 1876, d. 17 Aug 1876, buried: Mason Hill Cem., Cameron Co., PA.

iv George E. English b. 4 Aug 1878, m. 8 Mar 1902, Maud Etta Williams, b. 2 May 1884, Mason Hill, Cameron Co., PA, d. 6 Nov 1962, buried: Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA. George died 3 Sep 1959, buried: Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA. In 1897 he was digging gold in Alaska. Maud: Maud and George had no children.

35. v Leslie Beaver English b. 1 Dec 1887.

28. Elizabeth Gore (20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. ABOUT 1846, m. (1) Ira Haskins, b. ABOUT 1842, PA, m. (2) _____ Burleson.

Children by Ira Haskins:

i Eliza Haskins b. ABOUT 1864, PA.

ii Alma Haskins b. ABOUT 1866, PA.

29. George Washington Gore (20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 20 Jun 1846, Rome, Bradford Co., PA, m. (1) 25 Dec 1865, in Driftwood, PA by Rev. Thomas Holland, Eliza Jane Jordan, b. 15 Aug 1842, d. 23 May 1905, buried: Huntley Cem., Cameron Co., PA, m. (2) 27 Apr 1908, in Castle Garden, PA by Rev. S. Ebersole, Jane Smith DeRemer, b. 8 Nov 1850, Gallagher Twp., Clinton Co., PA. George died 6 Oct 1933, buried: 9 Oct 1933, Huntley Cem., Cameron Co., PA. As an adult, he was baptized on 11 Dec 1870 in the Methodist Episcopal church at Huntley, Cameron Co., PA. He is listed in the 1871 tax assessment for Gibson Twp., Cameron Co., PA

He served in Civil War, enlisting in Co. K 199th PA Vol. Inf., at Waterford, PA and served from 5 Sep 1864 to 28 Jun 1865, when he was discharged at Richmond, VA. In the 1870's he lived on Mason Hill. George and his second wife only lived together for about one week. She left him and they never got a divorce. At the time of his death George was receiving a Civil War Pension of $45.00 per month and living in Towanda with his sister Catherine. Eliza: She may have been born in 1843. As an adult, she was baptized on 12 Sep 1871 in the Methodist Episcopal church at Huntley, Cameron Co., PA.

Children by Eliza Jane Jordan:

36. i Arthur Durell Gore b. 18 Oct 1865.

37. ii William Ernest Gore b. 27 Dec 1868.

38. iii Elphia Emogene Gore b. 7 Oct 1873.

39. iv Elsie Ardell Gore b. 7 Oct 1873.

40. v George C. Gore b. 1 Feb 1882.

30. Henry Clay Gore (20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. ABOUT 1848, m. About 1883, Mary Catherine Gray, d. 13 Jun 1922, Multnomah County Oregon, buried: Gore Family Cemetary, Deer Island, OR. Henry died 8 May 1922, Deer Island, Columbia Co., Oregon, buried: Gore Family Cemetary, Deer Island Oregon. He is listed in the 1871 tax assessment for Gibson Twp., Cameron Co., PA. Lived in Oregon City at the time of his death. He was a share holder in the Columbia County Bank and part owner with his son Clarence Henry, of the Steamer Greyhound. According to Harvey Gore, grandson of Henry Clay, Henry's and his son's were the Kennedys of the west as they made a lot of money selling bootleg whiskey from their stills during the prohibition! Mary: Mary died one month after her husband. Her estate records indicate that she had been ill for a while as there were hospital, doctor and nurse bills.

Children:

i Clarence Henry Gore b. about 1883, Not sure where he was born. Clarence was listed as living in Kelso Washington in his mothers Estate Papers in 1922

ii Frank Elzie Gore b. about 1885, Columbia County Oregon. Frank is listed as living in Deer Island in 1922

iii Ida Myrtle Gore b. about 1887, Columbia County Oregon, m. unknown, unknown Egan. Ida was listed as formerly living in Seattle, Washington, but now residing in Deer Island in 1922

iv Leon Merideth Gore b. about 1888, Columbia County Oregon. Leon was listed as living in Deer Island in 1922

v Hazel Irene Gore b. about 1889, Columbia County Oregon, m. Unknown Burns. Hazel was listed as living in Rainier, Oregon in 1922

vi Archie Vernon Gore b. about 1894, Columbia County Oregon. Archie was listed as living in Deer Island in 1922

vii Howard Lesley Gore b. about 1901, Columbia County Oregon. Howard was listed as living in Deer Island in 1922

viii Orlow Wesley Gore b. about 1902, Columbia County Oregon. Orlow was listed as living in Deer Island in 1922.

31. Alice Temperence Weed (21.Lucretia7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. Nov. 12, 1837, m. May 8, 1871, George A. Barnes, b. Jan. 2, 1844, Steuben County, NY, d. May 22, 1903, Troutrun, PA. Alice died Jan. 11, 1913.

Children:

41. i Mabel Barnes b. Sept. 11, 1876.

32. Eva M. "Becky" Townsend (24.Samuel7, 18.Sally6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) m. 1887, Selden E. Bradley, b. or of North Rome, PA.

Children:

42. i Clay Townsend Bradley.

43. ii Lois Bradley.

33. Abraham Brokaw Gore (26.Comfort7, 19.Abraham6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) m. Emma Post, b. 5 Mar 1859, d. 14 May 1936. Abraham died 20 May 1913.

Children:

44. i Jesse Bird Gore b. 10 Sep 1882.

ii Lysle Comfort Gore b. 8 Mar 1886, m. 4 Mar 1916, in LaPorte, PA, Eva Sarah Rundell. Lysle died 20 Oct 1918.

iii Fred Lemuel Gore b. 5 May 1890, m. 6 Mar 1919, Sarah Watson. Fred died 8 May 1944.

34. Charles F. Gore (26.Comfort7, 19.Abraham6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 18 Jun 1858, m. (1) Augusta M. Tuttle, b. or of Litchfield Twp., m. (2) May Thomas. Charles died 17 Sep 1931, buried: Floral Park Cem., Binghamton, NY.

Children by Augusta M. Tuttle:

i William Comfort Gore.

Ninth Generation

 

35. Leslie Beaver English (27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 1 Dec 1887, Rolfe, Elk Co., PA, m. (1) 30 Jun 1909, in Castle Garden by Rev W.F. Hall, Alice Caroline Jordan, b. 20 Apr 1885, Huntley, Cameron Co., PA, d. 5 Oct 1947, Erie, Erie Co., PA, buried: Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA, m. (2) 16 May 19??, in Erie, PA by J. P. Skelton, Cecil S. Wellington. Leslie died 00 000 1959, buried: Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Leslie listed his occupation as laborer and his residence as Driftwood in 1909. In 1910 he was a laborer in the tannery.

 

FORMER DRIFTWOOD RESIDENT WEDS

 

In the First Baptist Church at Erie, Pa., on May 16th, the Rev. Skelton united in marriage Miss Cecil S. Wellington, of Erie, and Leslie B. English, formerly of Driftwood, but now residing in Erie. The couple will make their home in Erie. They have returned from a honeymoon spent in Washington, D. C. and Virginia. Alice:

FORMER COUNTY RESIDENT DIED IN ERIE SUNDAY

 

In the passing of Mrs. Alice Caroline English Sunday many Cameron County friends of the deceased lost a valuable friend and the county lost a former resident who had spent most of her years here. She died at her home in Erie following a year's illness.

She was born in Huntley, April 20, 1885, the daughter of pioneer residents, John S. and Anna Byam Jordan. June 30, 1909 she married Leslie B. English and lived in Castle Garden until six years ago when they moved to Erie.

She is survived by her husband and the following children: Dale of Castle Garden; George and Erwin, Emporium; Mrs. Anna Burch, Williamsport and Philip of Dallas, Texas. Two brothers: Charles and Albert Jordan; four sisters, Mrs. Charles Bauer, Misses Helen and Grace Jordan and Mrs. Ruth Baker and nine grandchildren also survive.

She was brought to the home of her sisters, Helen and Grace at Huntley, on Monday and funeral services were held in the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Castle Garden Wednesday afternoon. Interment was made in the Castle Garden Cemetery. The services were conducted by her former pastor, Reverend David Thompson of North Bergen, N. J., assisted by Reverend A. A. Hickok.

Children by Alice Caroline Jordan:

45. i Erwin Vincent English b. 15 Jun 1910.

46. ii Anna Helen English b. 6 May 1912.

47. iii Dale Arlington English b. 12 May 1913.

iv Maude I. English b. 6 Dec 1914, d. 11 Mar 1915, buried: Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA.

v John J. English b. 28 Feb 1916, d. 28 Feb 1916, buried: Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA.

48. vi George Albert English b. 27 Jan 1917.

49. vii Philip Richard English b. 16 Dec 1921.

36. Arthur Durell Gore (29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 18 Oct 1865, North Rome, Bradford Co., PA, m. 12 Aug 1886, in Sinnemahoning, PA by Rev. N.W. Colburn, Annie Mae Clontz, b. 00 000 1869, Dent's Run, Elk Co., PA, d. 00 000 1942, buried: Huntley Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Arthur died 8 Oct 1957, Sinnemahoning, PA, buried: Huntley Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Annie: Annie Mae bore 17 children 10 of which survived.

Children:

50. i Walter D. Gore b. 1 Feb 1891.

51. ii John Elery Gore b. 2 Apr 1893.

iii William (Wilbur) Gore b. 22 Aug 1895, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, d. 26 Dec 1895, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, buried: Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA.

52. iv Ruth A.(E.) Gore b. 9 Sep 1896.

53. v Robert Clayton Gore b. 17 Jul 1907.

54. vi Hazel Gore b. 2 Apr 1902.

55. vii Nina E. Gore b. 2 Dec 1904.

viii Lillian E. Gore b. 0 Sep 1898, m. 10 Mar 1921, Charles Englert. In 1978 she lived in Woolrich, PA. In 1985 she lived in Canada.

ix Elizabeth H. Gore.

56. x Theodore Franklin Gore b. 2 Sep 1900.

xi Paul Gore b. 17 Sep 1903, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, d. 17 Feb 1904, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA. He died of Spinal Meningitis. He was sick for two weeks prior to his death.

xii Edith Gore b. 8 Feb 1906, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, m. _____ Brubaker. Edith died BEFORE 1996.

57. xiii Katherine L. Gore b. ABOUT 1912.

37. William Ernest Gore (29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 27 Dec 1868, Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA, m. Dolly (Carrie) _____. William died 3 Jun 1953, Olean, NY. Was a blacksmith at Bailey Run in Potter Co., PA.

Children:

i Bob Gore.

ii Max Gore.

iii Bessie Gore b. 18 Jun 1901, First Fork, Sinnemahoning, PA.

iv Hazel Gore.

v Watson Gore. He was named after Watson Barclay.

38. Elphia Emogene Gore (29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 7 Oct 1873, Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA, m. 2 Apr 1891, in Ridgway, PA by Rev. E.D. Bostwick, William Fredrick Hetrick, b. 2 Apr 1868, d. 7 Jul 1938. Elphia died 2 Mar 1934. William: He was an engineer on the Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Railroad.

Children:

58. i Bernard D. Hetrick b. 16 May 1892.

ii Mabel E. Hetrick.

iii Hazel Adell Hetrick.

iv William Hetrick.

v Harold Hetrick.

39. Elsie Ardell Gore (29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 7 Oct 1873, Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA, m. 26 Aug 1896, in Sinnemahoning, PA by Rev. M. Piper, James Arthur Barclay, b. 26 Aug 1856, d. 24 Apr 1931, buried: Newton Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Elsie died 16 Nov 1961, buried: Newton Cem., Cameron Co., PA. In 1896 she listed her occupation as music teacher and her residence as Sinnemahoning. Elsie and Elise may have been twins.

 

MRS. ELSIE BARCLAY IS BURIED SATURDAY

 

Mrs. Elsie Ardell Barclay, lifelong resident of Cameron County, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Dugger, in Philadelphia, on November 16, in her eighty-ninth year.

She was born at Driftwood, October 7, 1873, the daughter of Eliza Jane Gore (Jordan), and George Washington Gore. On August 26, 1896, she was married to James Arthur Barclay, by the Rev W. P. Piper, their wedding being the first held in the then new Methodist Church at Sinnemahoning. Mr. Barclay passed away in 1931.

Mrs. Barclay was the mother of six children, all living and present at her services, Mrs. John H. Dugger (Marjorie), Mrs. Helge Anderson (Helen), and Miss Genevieve E. Barclay, Sinnemahoning, Stranton Dewitt Barclay, Kenneth Bradley Barclay, and Charles Frederick Barclay, Boston, Mass. She is also survived by thirteen grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

Her adult life was spent entirely in Sinnemahoning. She was a member of the Methodist Church, a former member of the Eastern Star, and in her younger years she was an organist and teacher in Sunday School and was active in church work.

She was a devoted mother, an inspiration to her children and a real friend to all who knew her. She will be remembered for her rich philosophy of life, and her staunch loyalty to the principles she held good. In her passing, she will be missed by her many friends.

Simple services were conducted in her church at Sinnemahoning by the Rev. Wayne Gregory. Internment was in the family lot, in the Newton Cemetery at Emporium. James: He worked for his uncle, George A. Barclay, as superintendent of Barclay Brothers Lumber Mill at Sinnemahoning, PA. In 1896 he listed his occupation as foreman and mill superintendent.

Children:

i Stanton DeWitt Barclay b. ABOUT 1900.

59. ii Marjory Ruth Barclay b. 2 Dec 1902.

60. iii Kenneth Bradley Barclay b. 16 Jan 1903.

iv Charles Frederick Barclay b. 30 Oct 1905, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA.

61. v Helen Barclay b. 8 Feb 1909.

vi Elizabeth Genevieve Barclay b. 7 Sep 1914, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, m. 20 Oct 1962, in Sinnemahoning, PA by Rev. W. T. Gregory, William Walter McKimm, b. 10 May 1913, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, d. 15 Mar 1987, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA, buried: 17 Mar 1987, Newton Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Elizabeth died 21 Jan 1964, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, buried: Newton Cem., Cameron Co., PA. She was a 1932 graduate of Emporium High School. She served as a nurse in the U.S. Army in WWII from 1941 to 1945.

 

MRS. GENEVIVE McKIMM DIES SUDDENLY TUESDAY

 

Mrs. Genevive Barclay McKimm, Executive Director of the Cameron County Board of Assistance, died suddenly Tuesday evening at her home in Sinnemahoning of an apparent heart attack.

Mrs. McKimm was in her usual good health and was in her office here Tuesday. Her sudden and untimely death comes as a distinct shock to her family, her many friends and co-workers in the welfare field. She was deeply interested in and concerned with her work and her many services will be sorely missed.

Mrs. McKimm, a lifetime resident of Sinnemahoning, was born there in 1913 the daughter of the late J. Arthur and Elsie Gore Barclay. She was graduated from Emporium high school.

During World War II she served with the Red Cross in England. She had served the local Assistance Board as Executive Director for the past 10 years.

She was married to William W. McKimm Oct. 20, 1962 in Sinnemahoning.

She was a member of the Methodist Church, Emporium Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star and Cameron Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution.

She is survived by her husband, two sisters: Mrs. John (Marjorie) Dugger, Philadelphia; Mrs. Helga (Helen) Anderson, Sinnemahoning; three brothers, Stanton D. Barclay, West Newton, Mass.; Charles F. Barclay, Weston, Mass., and Kenneth B. Barclay, Waltham, Mass.

Friends will be received at the home in Sinnemahoning. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at press time.

Arrangements are by Coppersmith Funeral Home. William: William was a graduate of Renovo High School. He served in the U. S. Army during World War II in the Phillipines. He was a member of the Driftwood United Methodist Church, the Masonic Lodge 532, F&AM of Driftwood, and the Coudersport Consistory. In 1962 he was an engineer/technician.

40. George C. Gore (29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 1 Feb 1882, Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA, m. 12 Sep 1903, in Sinnemahoning, PA by Rev. G. W. Faus, Zelda P. Fisher, b. ABOUT 1887. George lived in Sinnemahoning, PA, in 1903. He was a laborer. Zelda and George were divorced after she accused him of adultry with Dell Crane and others.

Children:

i Marian Winona "Mona"Gore b. 26 Aug 1904, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA.

41. Mabel Barnes (31.Alice8, 21.Lucretia7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. Sept. 11, 1876, m. Aug. 26, 1903, Raymond J. Easton, b. May 8, 1880. Mabel died may 7, 1903, Noxem, Wyoming.

Children:

62. i Gladys Emily Easton b. May 22, 1904.

42. Clay Townsend Bradley (32.Eva8, 24.Samuel7, 18.Sally6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) m. Florence Munn, b. or of Litchfield, PA. A businessman in Towanda and later in Downingtown, PA.

Children:

i Lynn R. Bradley.

ii Lois Bradley.

43. Lois Bradley (32.Eva8, 24.Samuel7, 18.Sally6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) m. 1943, Joseph Plizga.

Children:

i Joseph Plizga.

ii Jean Plizga m. Jonas Legum.

44. Jesse Bird Gore (33.Abraham8, 26.Comfort7, 19.Abraham6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 10 Sep 1882, m. 23 Aug 1917, Mabel Barnes, b. 25 Aug 1882, d. 28 Aug 1981. Jesse died 19 Dec 1959. They lived in Bernice and moved to Macedonia in 1926.

Children:

63. i Emma Gladys Gore b. 6 Jan 1920.

64. ii William Carl Gore b. 18 Nov 1924.

iii Norma Jean Gore b. 22 Jan 1933.

Tenth Generation

 

45. Erwin Vincent English (35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 15 Jun 1910, Castle Garden, Cameron Co., PA, m. 31 Dec 1938, in Emporium, PA by Rev. William L. Franklin, Elizabeth Bridget McFadden, b. 23 Dec 1910, Cameron, Cameron Co., PA, d. 15 Nov 1993, Emporium, Cameron Co., PA, buried: 18 Nov 1993, St. Mark's Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Erwin died 8 Dec 1990, Emporium, Cameron Co., PA, buried: 11 Dec 1990, St. Mark's Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Erwin graduated from Houghton High School, NY. He owned & operated the Avenue Market on E. Allegany Ave., Emporium, during the 40's & 50's. He was also retired from Sylvania. He was a lifetime member of the Loyal Order of Moose. He died in St. Marys, PA. Elizabeth: Elizabeth was a 1927 graduate of Emporium High School and was also a graduate of Buffalo General Hospital School of Nursing. She was a member of St. Mark's Church.

Children:

65. i Mary Elizabeth English b. 17 Jun 1941.

66. ii John Leslie English b. 12 Jan 1946.

67. iii Alice Anne English b. 28 Aug 1949.

46. Anna Helen English (35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 6 May 1912, m. 24 Sep 1939, Chester Burch, b. 24 Jul 1906, d. 23 Sep 1968.

Children:

68. i Brenda Alice Burch b. 31 Mar 1947.

69. ii William Everett Burch b. 7 Feb 1952.

47. Dale Arlington English (35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 12 May 1913, Castle Garden, Cameron Co., PA, m. 14 Nov 1934, in Driftwood, PA Rev. George E. Bathurst, Helen Marjorie Zwald, b. 13 Apr 1917. Dale died 26 Jan 1964, St. Marys, Elk Co., PA, buried: 29 Jan 1964, Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA. He had been employed at Sylvania Electric Products Co. at Emporium as a furnace operator, and had worked there for 25 years. He eas nominated to the Sylvania Quarter Century Club October 28 of 1963. He was a member of the Moose Lodge. Helen: Helen lived in Emporium, PA in 1969.

Children:

70. i Jacqueline English b. 25 Dec 1934.

71. ii Richard Dale English b. 9 Dec 1937.

72. iii Ferieda Alice English b. 27 Dec 1939.

iv James L. English b. 00 000 1941, d. 00 000 1948, buried: Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA. He was an autistic child and he was buried in the Castle Garden Cemetery, Driftwood, PA.

73. v Donald E. English b. 7 Jun 1944.

48. George Albert English (35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 27 Jan 1917, Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA, m. Lorinda "Teddy" Agosti, b. 2 Dec 1915, Kersey, Elk Co., PA, buried: Parklawn Cem., Ridgway, PA. George buried: Parklawn Cem., Ridgway, PA. In 1958 George was a supervisor at Sylvania. Lorinda: In 1958 she was a tester at Sylvania.

Children:

74. i Carol Ann English b. 4 Sep 1938.

49. Philip Richard English (35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 16 Dec 1921, m. Lillian Layne.

Children:

i Leslie English.

ii Lynn English.

50. Walter D. Gore (36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 1 Feb 1891, Carrier, Jefferson Co., PA, m. (1) 24 Dec 1913, in Emporium, PA by Rev. R. H. Bent, Pearl E. Milton, b. ABOUT 1893, New Brunswick, Can., m. (2) Clara Elizabeth "Betty" Miller, b. 23 Jul 1892, d. 4 Aug 1958, buried: 7 Aug 1958, Miller Cem., Sinnemahoning, PA, m. (3) 26 Jun 1959, in Buffalo, Erie Co., NY, Isabel Nelson, b. ABOUT 1897, First Fork, Cameron Co., PA, d. 6 Feb 1993, buried: 13 Feb 1993, White Chapel Mem. Cem., Tonawanda, NY. Walter died 8 Jul 1985, St. Marys, Elk Co., PA, buried: Miller Cem., Sinnemahoning, PA. He was retire from GTE Sylvania and operated Gore's Mobile Station in Emporium, PA. He was a member of the Upser Co., W. VA. Masonic Lodge. Clara: She may have previously been married to a Jordan.

Children by Pearl E. Milton:

i James Gore d. BEFORE 1985.

ii Winston Elbert Gore b. 00 000 1918, d. 00 000 1933, buried: Miller Cem., Sinnemahoning, PA.

51. John Elery Gore (36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 2 Apr 1893, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, m. (1) Ida Ritter, m. (2) 26 Dec 1947, in Emporium, PA by Rev. J. Frederick Moore, Elizabeth Griffith, b. 7 Aug 1892, Tyler, Clearfield Co., PA, d. 24 Mar 1971, St. Marys, Elk Co., PA, buried: 27 Mar 1971, Newton Cem., Cameron Co., PA. John died 13 Jun 1978, Warren State Hospital, Warren, PA, buried: 15 Jun 1978, Newton Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Elizabeth: Elizabeth was employed at Cameron Manufacturing Corporation during the war years, retiring from that company in 1947, and was a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. Her first marriage, to _____ Thomas, ended in divorce.

Children by Ida Ritter:

i Elsie M. Gore b. 17 Oct 1913, Westfield, Tioga Co., PA, m. in Elmira Heights, NY, Marcus V. Dilmore, b. 9 Oct 1913, d. 0 Sep 1977, Big Flats, Chemung Co., NY. Elsie died 0 Aug 1992, Big Flats, Chemung Co., NY.

75. ii Paul Ellwyn Gore b. 25 Aug 1918.

52. Ruth A.(E.) Gore (36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 9 Sep 1896, m. Maurice J. Moore, b. 17 Sep 1895, d. 26 May 1922, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, buried: Crum Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Ruth died 19 Apr 1944, buried: Crum Cem., Cameron Co., PA. She may have been born in October. Maurice: Maurice served as a Private in the 2nd Div. Bat. from 18 Aug 1918 to 12 Dec 1918 in WWI. He was killed in an explosion at a dynamite plant in Sinnemahoning.

Children:

i Buddy Moore.

ii Naomie Gore.

53. Robert Clayton Gore (36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 17 Jul 1907, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, m. 1932, in Dunkinsville, PA, Ruth Delsey Hamill, b. 15 Nov 19, Marion Center, Indiana Co., PA, d. 19 May 1985, Coudersport, Potter Co., PA, buried: 22 May 1985, Gilgal Cem., E. Mahoning Twp., PA. Robert died 22 May 1996, Erie, Erie Co., PA, buried: 25 May 1996, Gilgal Cem., E. Mahoning Twp., PA. A lifelong resident of Cameron County, he was employed for 28 years by Sylvania Electric in Emporium where he was a machinist in the Equipment Developement Plant from 1951 until retiring in 1971. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Emporium, Driftwood Lodge #532 F & AM, and Sylvania's Quarterly Century Club. He was also a former member of the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge #368 of Emporium and for many years was an Assistant Little League Coach in Emporium in the Senior Division.

Children:

76. i Maxine Louise Gore b. 29 May 1933.

77. ii Jerry Robert Gore b. 15 Mar 1949.

54. Hazel Gore (36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 2 Apr 1902, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, m. Matthew Steven Wennin, b. 25 Dec 1902, Lana, Tirol, Austria, d. 19 May 1981, buried: St. Mark's Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Hazel died 28 Apr 1996, Ridgway, Elk Co., PA, buried: 1 May 1996, Gilmore Cem., Cameron Co., PA. She was a lifelong area resident and died in the Elk County Regional Medical Center.

Children:

78. i Ernest Steven Wennin b. 17 DEC 1922.

79. ii Robert James Wennin b. 22 Mar 1927.

80. iii Veronica Hazel Wennin.

55. Nina E. Gore (36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 2 Dec 1904, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, m. 19 Oct 1924, Lawrence Perry Linn, d. 0 Jul 1986. Nina died 8 Dec 1997, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA. In 1978 she lived in Woolrich, PA. She worked many years at Woolrich Woolen Mills. She was a member of Woolrich United Methodist Church.

Children:

i James P. Linn.

56. Theodore Franklin Gore (36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 2 Sep 1900, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, m. 8 Feb 1922, in Elkton, MD by Rev. Lauabee, Mary Anne DeHart, b. 2 Feb 1902, Milton, Northumberland Co., PA, d. 11 Nov 1993, Emporium, Cameron Co., PA, buried: 13 Nov 1993, Gilmore Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Theodore died 12 Apr 1992, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, buried: 15 Apr 1992, Gilmore Cem., Cameron Co., PA. In 1952 he listed his occupation as a boiler maker. Ted worked in the Renovo Railroad Shop for 19 1/2 years and was Township Supervisor for Grove Twp. for 37 years. He was a member or the Sinnemahoning United Methodist Church, the Sinnemahoning Valley Lions Club, a life member of the Milton Loyal Order of Moose, the Milton Fraternal Order of Elk, the Sinnemahoning Sportsman's Club & Down County Senior Center of Driftwood, PA. Mary: Mary was a graduate of Milton High School, Class of 1920. She was a member of the Sinnemahoning United Methodist Church, Ladies Bible Class, and the Down County Senior Citizens of Driftwood.

Children:

81. i Phyllis A. Gore.

82. ii Genevieve Arle Gore b. ABOUT 1925.

83. iii Franklin Drell Gore b. ABOUT 1928.

57. Katherine L. Gore (36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. ABOUT 1912, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, m. (1) 22 Jun 1928, in Emporium, PA by George F. Gallaher, Arlington J. Snyder, b. ABOUT 1908, Renovo, Clinton Co., PA, d. 14 Aug 1933, m. (2) 10 Dec 1935, in Sinnemahoning, PA by H. H. Sherman, Harry Alvin Duck, b. 23 Jan 1908, Loganton, Clinton Co., PA, d. 15 Jun 1987. She listed her occupation in 1928 as school girl. In 1978 she lived in Salona, PA. Katherine and Harry were married in Sinnemahoning, PA, by H. H. Sherman.

Children by Harry Alvin Duck:

i Donald Dean Duck b. 5 Sep 1937, Avis, Clinton Co., PA, m. 18 Jun 1966, in Mill Hall, PA by Rev. John U. Phelps, Jean Louise Mayes, b. 24 Feb 1943. Donald died 30 May 1988.

58. Bernard D. Hetrick (38.Elphia9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 16 May 1892, m. Ruth Irene Baer. Bernard died 0 Jun 1971, Butler, Butler Co., PA.

Children:

i Jack Hetrick.

ii Norma Hetrick.

59. Marjory Ruth Barclay (39.Elsie9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 2 Dec 1902, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, m. 30 Dec 1932, in Sinnemahoning, PA by Rev. Sowers, John H. Dugger, d. 2 Feb 1968, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA, buried: Greenville, TN.

Children:

i Phyllis Dugger m. _____ Buchanan.

ii Richard Dugger.

60. Kenneth Bradley Barclay (39.Elsie9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 16 Jan 1903, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, m. Helen Johnson, b. 00 000 1907, Wisconsin, d. Waltham, ME, buried: 29 May 1982, Gilmore Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Kenneth died 26 Apr 1989, buried: Gilmore Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Helen: Helen had three daughters.

Children:

i Laurie Barclay.

ii Joan Barclay m. _____ Varady.

iii Sylvia Barclay.

61. Helen Barclay (39.Elsie9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 8 Feb 1909, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, m. 30 Mar 1936, in Emporium, PA by Rev. C. F. Berkheimer, Helge Anderson, b. 14 May 1903, Oslo, Norway, d. 3 Apr 1991, Coudersport, Potter Co., PA, buried: 5 Apr 1991, Gilmore Cem., Cameron Co., PA. Helen died 10 Jan 1996, Emporium, Cameron Co., PA, buried: Gilmore Cem., Cameron Co., PA. She was a lifelong resident of Sinnemahoning. She and Helge were married in the Methodist Church at Emporium, PA. Helge: A resident of Cameron County for 71 years, he was retired from PennDOT. He was a lifetime member of the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge in Emporium.

Children:

i Johanna Anderson m. Richard Lininger.

ii James A. Anderson d. 1937.

62. Gladys Emily Easton (41.Mabel9, 31.Alice8, 21.Lucretia7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. May 22, 1904, Corning, Chemung Co., NY, m. May 22, 1904, in Corning, Chemung County, NY, Walter Scott Traver, b. Aug 15, 1904, Noxem, Wyoming, d. Feb. 1993, Johnson City, Broome County, NY. Gladys died Aug 2, 1968, Johnson City, Broome Co., NY.

Children:

84. i Walter Neil Traver b. March 29, 1926.

63. Emma Gladys Gore (44.Jesse9, 33.Abraham8, 26.Comfort7, 19.Abraham6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 6 Jan 1920, m. 1939, Ray Foster.

Children:

85. i Sherrie Foster b. 9 Jul 1940.

86. ii Gary Ray Foster b. 23 Oct 1946.

iii Gregory Carl Foster b. 27 May 1951, m. Rosemarie Allis, b. 27 Oct 1958.

64. William Carl Gore (44.Jesse9, 33.Abraham8, 26.Comfort7, 19.Abraham6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 18 Nov 1924, m. 30 Apr 1954, Franc J. Bixby.

Children:

i James Dale Gore b. 28 Jan 1955.

ii Scott Richard Gore b. 12 Dec 1957.

iii Alice Ellen Gore b. 23 Mar 1961.

Eleventh Generation

 

65. Mary Elizabeth English (45.Erwin10, 35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 17 Jun 1941, Emporium, Cameron Co., PA, m. 19 Aug 1967, in Emporium, Pa. by Rev. F. M. O'Connell, Kenneth Felix Rompala, b. 12 Dec 1942, Buffalo, Erie Co., NY.

Children:

i Christine Marie Rompala b. 11 Jun 1968.

ii Kathryn Ann Rompala b. 19 Aug 1971, m. 1992, John Ponivas.

iii Brian John Rompala b. 20 Apr 1979.

66. John Leslie English (45.Erwin10, 35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 12 Jan 1946, m. Patricia Enright, b. 23 Oct 1949.

Children:

i Charlene Michele English b. 11 Jul 197?.

ii Nathan English b. 6 Aug 1977.

iii Jonathan Marc English b. 17 Jun 1980.

67. Alice Anne English (45.Erwin10, 35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 28 Aug 1949, m. 25 Jan 1975, Patrick Michael "Patsy" Lanzone, b. 28 Mar 1948. Patrick: Patrick had two sons by a first marriage: Joseph Michael, born 31 Oct 1968 and Matthew Thomas, born 08 Nov 1969.

Children:

i Vincent Jason Lanzone b. 5 Nov 1976.

ii Joshua Daniel Lanzone b. 3 Mar 1979.

iii Steven William Lanzone b. 23 Feb 1980.

68. Brenda Alice Burch (46.Anna10, 35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 31 Mar 1947, m. David Drake, b. 2 May 19??.

Children:

i Russell Alden Drake b. 2 Jun 1979.

ii Shelia Anne Drake b. 6 Mar 1984.

69. William Everett Burch (46.Anna10, 35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 7 Feb 1952, m. Edith _____ Caldwell Craig.

Children:

i Hilary Anne Burch b. 18 Mar 1986.

70. Jacqueline English (47.Dale10, 35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 25 Dec 1934, m. Charles (Robert) Price. Charles: He onws and operates his own business, Great Land Directional Drilling, Inc.

Children:

i Cheryl Dale Price m. Harry Prichard. Harry owns the Alaskan franchise for the Jack in the Box Restaurants.

ii Jeffrey Robert Price. Jeff is studying to become a doctor.

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Article taken from the Cameron County Echo

 

(1989 - 1990)

 

I love to report news like this: Did you know that Jeff Price of Anchorage, Alaska, grandson of Helen English was on national television, on the Oprah Winfrey and Joan Rivers Show and he was chosen for the "Alaskan Men" Calendar. I bet you burst your buttons Helen! I Know I did. Darn cute grandson too Helen!

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71. Richard Dale English (47.Dale10, 35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 9 Dec 1937, Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA, m. Frances J. Stewart, b. Smithville, PA. He was the Cameron County Treasurer for many years.

Children:

i Vicki Ann English.

87. ii Lisa Dawn English b. 8 Jul 1966.

72. Ferieda Alice English (47.Dale10, 35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 27 Dec 1939, Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA, m. (1) 15 Jul 1960, in Renovo, PA by Rev. Percy Boughey, Clark Fulton Woomer, b. 25 Nov 1938, Renovo, Clinton Co., PA, m. (2) 16 Jan 1971, in Emporium, PA by Alvin Brown, Dist. Mgst., Laverne Leroy Haviland, b. 16 Mar 1946, St. Marys, Elk Co., PA, m. (3) 21 Sep 1984, in Emporium, PA by Alvin Brown, Dist. Mgst., Nels Carl Nelson, b. 7 Sep 1939, St. Marys, Elk Co., PA. Nels: His first two marriages ended in divorces, 1965 and 1972.

Children by Clark Fulton Woomer:

i Melissa Woomer.

ii Amanda Woomer.

73. Donald E. English (47.Dale10, 35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 7 Jun 1944, St. Marys, Elk Co., PA, m. 22 Nov 1969, in Emporium, PA by Rev. F. P. Reda, Shirley Ann DeLisle, b. 31 Aug 1945, Warren, OH. Donald died 17 Aug 1985, St. Marys, Elk Co., PA, buried: 20 Aug 1985, Castle Garden Cem., Cameron Co., PA. He died after a lengthy illness. He was a graduate of Cameron County High School and worked at the Guy and Mary Felt Manor. He served aboard the U. S. S. Providence in the Vietnam War. He was a member of the Christabelle Club of Emporium.

Children:

i Lorinda Dale English b. 1 Jun 1971.

ii Michelle English b. 5 Nov 1973, d. 6 Nov 1973. She was a twin with Marianne.

iii Marianne English b. 5 Nov 1973, d. 5 Nov 1973. She was a twin with Michelle.

iv Dustin Forest English b. 27 Nov 1974. He is a twin with Chad.

v Chad Arlington English b. 27 Nov 1974. He is a twin with Dustin.

74. Carol Ann English (48.George10, 35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 4 Sep 1938, Ridgway, Elk Co., PA, m. 12 Jul 1958, in Emporium, PA by Rev. F. M. O'Connell, Richard Bernard Jaeger, b. 4 May 1930, Fort Madison, Iowa.

Children:

i Kent Jaeger.

ii John Jaeger.

iii Karen Jaeger.

75. Paul Ellwyn Gore (51.John10, 36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 25 Aug 1918, Wellsville, NY, m. Lillian Evelyn Duckworth, b. 28 May 1923, Natchez, MS. In 1978 lived in Elmira, NY.

Children:

i Paula Lynn Gore b. 28 Jul 1946, Elmira, Chemung Co., NY.

76. Maxine Louise Gore (53.Robert10, 36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 29 May 1933, Marion Center, Indiana Co., PA, m. 15 Jul 1956, in Emporium, Cameron Co., PA, William Eric Norberg, b. 4 Sep 1932, Renovo, Clinton Co., PA. In 1956 she listed her residence as Sinnemahoning, PA. and her occupation as hairdresser. married in Emporium, PA, by Rev. Donald Becker. William was born in Renovo, PA, a son of Oscar Sigfrid and Ruth Zoella Mason Norberg. In 1956 he listed his residence as Emporium and occupation as laborer. On her marriage license her father is listed as Arthur C., which probably should have been Robert C.

Children:

i Ruth Ann Norberg.

ii Jill Elaine Norberg.

iii William Eric Norberg.

77. Jerry Robert Gore (53.Robert10, 36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 15 Mar 1949, St. Marys, Elk Co., PA, m. 18 Nov 1972, in Emporium, PA by Rev. Otto B. Pisoni, Janet Marie Buerk, b. 28 Jan 1955.

Children:

i Brian R. Gore. A 1992 graduate of Cameron County High School, he received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at Penn State-Erie, the Behrend College.

78. Ernest Steven Wennin (54.Hazel10, 36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 17 DEC 1922, Johnsonburg, Elk Co., PA, m. 26 Dec 1944, in Tuscon, Arizona, Leah Bell Freeman, b. 6 APR 1922, Sutton, Braxton Co., West Virginia, (daughter of Jackson Freeman and Dora Mitchell Wyatt). He was a 1942 graduate of Cameron County High School.

Children:

i Michael Steven Wennin b. 23 Apr 1954, Cleveland Ohio. Living in Cartersville, GA in 1998

88. ii Frances Irene Wennin b. 27 Aug 1956.

iii Mark Allen Wennin b. 17 Jul 1963, St. Mary's Pennsyvania.

79. Robert James Wennin (54.Hazel10, 36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 22 Mar 1927, St. Marys, Elk Co., PA, m. (1) 3 Jan 1946, Delores Esther Valeria, b. ABOUT 1926, Renovo, Clinton Co., PA, m. (2) 25 Mar 1972, in Emporium, Cameron Co., PA, Nancy Agnes Wallwork, b. 26 Dec 1932, Falls Creek, Jefferson Co., PA, d. 11 May 1978, Coudersport, Potter Co., PA, buried: Newton Cem., Cameron Co., PA, m. (3) 29 Jun 1979, in Emporium, by A. E. Brown, JP, Marisa Figoli, b. 1 Dec 1928, Rome, Italy. Robert was born in St. Marys, PA. In 1946 he was in the U.S. Navy. He ans Delores were married in Renovo, PA, by Rev. H. T. Miller. She was born in Renovo, PA, a daughter of Domonic and Jessie Dejoice Valeria. She listed her occupation, in 1946, as a mounter. They divorced 5 Oct 1971 Nancy was born in Falls Creek, PA, a daughter of George Hilton and Tillie Mae Kirkwood Wallwork. Nancy's first marriage to (________) Kesterholt ended in divorce. Nancy: She had been employed at GTE Sylvania in Emporium.

Children by Delores Esther Valeria:

i Daniel Lee Wennin b. 10 Nov 1952, St. Marys, Elk Co., PA, m. (1) 24 May 1975, in Emporium, PA by Rev. Gerald A. Miller, Darlene Marie Dill, b. 31 Aug 1955, m. (2) Unknown _____, m. (3) 3 Aug 1984, in Emporium, Cameron Co., PA, Jeanne H. Buerk, b. 20 Sep 1953, St. Marys, PA. Daniel was born in St. Marys, Pa. His first two marriages ended in no-fault divorces (1975 and 1980). Jeanne was born in St. Marys, PA, a daughter of Roman and Ruth Luchs Buerk. On their marriage license they listed their residences as Emporium, PA. They were married in Emporium by Rev. Dean Hughes. At the time of their marriage Daniel's occupation was maintenance foreman and Jeanne's was die setter. Darlene: Darlene was born in Ridgway, Pa. Daniel Was born in St. Marys, Pa. His first marriage ended in divorce May 28, 1974. Daniel, a son of Robert James and Dolores Valeria Wennin. They were married in Emporium, Pa., by Rev. Gerald A. Miller. On their marriage license Darlene listed her residence as Sterling Run, Pa. and occupation as dental assistant. Daniel listed his residence as Portage Twp., Cameron Co., Pa. and occupation as maintenance.

80. Veronica Hazel Wennin (54.Hazel10, 36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. Emporium, Cameron Co., PA, m. Robert Drew Lyon, b. 30 Jul 1934, Bryan Hill, Cameron Co., PA. Veronica retired from Bucktail Bank of Emporium on September 30, 1993. Robert: He was baptized 09 Sep 1934 in Moore Hill Schoolhouse by rev. C. F. Berkheimer.

Children:

89. i Leslie Ann Lyon b. 8 Jun 1958.

ii Rodney Lyon.

81. Phyllis A. Gore (56.Theodore10, 36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) m. 9 Jun 1951, in Renovo, PA by Rev. Miller, Priest, George W. Lucas. Phyllis graduated from Emporium High School in 1949. She worked at Jeffers Electronics in Driftwood, PA in 1951. George: George's mother, Orie Lucas lived in Renovo in 1976. George worked at the Railroad Shops in Renovo, PA in 1951.

Children:

i Andy Lucas.

82. Genevieve Arle Gore (56.Theodore10, 36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. ABOUT 1925, m. 7 Aug 1943, Benjamin E. Kuppelweiser, b. ABOUT 1918. Genevieve and Bennie were both born in Sinnemahoning, PA. They were married in Salona, PA, by Rev. F. Ashbury Lawson. Bennie is a son of Simon and Anna Wennin Kuppleweiser. Bennie was a field worker for a gas company.

Children:

i David Edward Kuppelweiser b. 28 Apr 1945, St. Marys, PA, m. 16 Oct 19, in Driftwood, PA by Rev. Otto B. Pisoni, Susan Alice Kitchen, b. 3 Aug 1946. David died 28 Jan 1983, buried: Gilmore Cem., Cameron Co., PA. He had served with the United States Air Force, and was an electrician with Piper Aircraft. He was a member of Saint James Church, the Sinnemahoning Sportsmans Club, the Mosquito Creek Sportsmans Club and the Mountain Country Sportsmen.

ii Mary Lee Kuppelweiser b. 16 Jul 1950, St. Marys, PA, m. (1) Michael Joseph Nato, b. 28 Aug 1948, St. Marys, Elk Co., PA, m. (2) 26 Aug 1972, in Emporium, PA by Rev. Gerald A. Miller, Floyd G. Keefer, b. 12 Jun 1948, Oil City, PA. Mary Lee and Michael were born in St. Marys, PA. They were married in Emporium, PA, by Father Floyd P. Reda. Michael was a son of Joseph Paul and Donna L. Moffitt Nato. Michael lived in Emporium in 1967, and Mary Lee lived in Sinnemahoning, PA. They divorced in 1971. Floyd was born in Oil City, PA, a son of Charles G. and Gertrude Earle Keefer. They were married in Emporium, by Rev. Gerald A. Miller. In 1991 they live in Emporium, and Floyd is a Postmaster and Mary Lee has a beauty parlor.

83. Franklin Drell Gore (56.Theodore10, 36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. ABOUT 1928, Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co., PA, m. 27 Nov 1952, in Sterling Run, PA, Patricia Louise Kenworthy, b. 13 Jul 1934, Force or Sterling Run, PA. Franklin was born in Sinnemahoning, PA. In 1952 he listed his occupation as laborer and his residence as Sinnemahoning, Pa. He and Patricia were married in Sterling Run, PA, by Rev. H. S. Taylor. Patricia was born in Sterling Run, a daughter of George Harold and Georgia Hart Kenworthy. In 1952 she listed here residence as Sterling Run, PA, and her occupation as inspector.

Children:

i Franklin "Chip" Gore b. 23 Sep 1953.

ii George Randolf "Randy" Gore b. 18 Aug 1955.

iii Julia Ann Gore b. 24 Apr 1959.

84. Walter Neil Traver (62.Gladys10, 41.Mabel9, 31.Alice8, 21.Lucretia7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. March 29, 1926, Binghamton, Broome County, NY, m. Sept. 13, 1958, in Vestal, Broome County, NY, Clara Louise Barker, b. Sept. 7, 1921, Binghamton, Broome County, NY, d. Nov. 17, 1986, Binghamton, Broome County, NY.

Children:

90. i Timothy Neil Traver b. June 28, 1960.

85. Sherrie Foster (63.Emma10, 44.Jesse9, 33.Abraham8, 26.Comfort7, 19.Abraham6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 9 Jul 1940, m. 1958, Benjamin Cron.

Children:

i Deborah Cron b. 25 May 1959.

ii Alan Ray Cron b. 19 Aug 1960.

iii Randy Eugene Cron b. 18 Apr 1963.

86. Gary Ray Foster (63.Emma10, 44.Jesse9, 33.Abraham8, 26.Comfort7, 19.Abraham6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 23 Oct 1946, m. (1) 1969, Patricia Westbrook, m. (2) Alice Benjamin Flynn.

Children by Patricia Westbrook:

i Daniel Gary Foster b. 4 Aug 1969.

Twelfth Generation

 

87. Lisa Dawn English (71.Richard11, 47.Dale10, 35.Leslie9, 27.Helen8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 8 Jul 1966, St. Marys, Elk Co., PA, m. 14 Jul 1984, in Emporium, PA by Rev. Dean E. Hughes, Jody Michael Groves, b. 26 Nov 1964, Olean, Cattaraugus Co., NY. Lisa was born in St. Marys, PA. Jody was born in Olean, NY, a son of Nathan Groves and Bea R. VanGorder Groves Rosette. On their marriage license they listed their residences as Emporium, PA, and Jody's occupation as U. S. Air Force. They were married in Emporium, PA, by Rev. Dean E. Hughes. Jody: He was in the U.S. Air Force in 1984.

Children:

i Blair Richard Groves b. 00 000 1986.

ii Daniel Todd Groves b. 8 Mar 19??, RAF Lakenheath, England.

88. Frances Irene Wennin (78.Ernest11, 54.Hazel10, 36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 27 Aug 1956, Niagara Falls, NY, m. David Martin, b. El Paso, Texas.

Children:

i Christopher Martin.

ii Nicole Martin.

89. Leslie Ann Lyon (80.Veronica11, 54.Hazel10, 36.Arthur9, 29.George8, 20.William7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. 8 Jun 1958, Angola, Steuben Co., IN, m. Michael Joseph Songer, b. 4 Jul 1956, Bradford, Pa. Leslie was born in Angola, IN. Michael was born in Bradford, PA, a son of Lauren J. and Genevieve A. Placer Songer. At the time of their marriage Leslie and Mike listed their residences as Emporium, PA, and Mike's occupation was lumber inspector and Leslie's was bank clerk. They were married in Emporium, Pa, by Rev. Otto B. Pisoni.

Children:

i (daughter) Songer b. 1 Mar 1988, St, Francis Hosp., Olean, NY.

90. Timothy Neil Traver (84.Walter11, 62.Gladys10, 41.Mabel9, 31.Alice8, 21.Lucretia7, 17.Silas6, 12.Samuel5, 8.Obadiah4, 5.Samuel3, 3.Samuel2, 1.John1) b. June 28, 1960, Binghamton, Broome County, NY, m. Sept. 18, 1982, in Vestal, Broome County, NY, Diane Elizabeth Salamida, b. Dec. 29, 1958, Johnson City, Broome County, NY.

Children:

i Neil Adam Traver b. March 28, 1988, Johnson City, Broome County, NY.

ii Kevin Dominic Traver b. Nov. 12, 1991, Johnson City, Broome County, NY.

 

 


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