Elizabeth Harrison1,2

(circa 1754 - 7 May 1841)
Name VariationNancy Harrison
Name VariationNancy Barnes3,4
Birth*circa 17545
Marriage*24 Dec 1795; Frederick Co., Maryland; Principal=James Barnes1,5,6
Death*7 May 1841; Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio5,4
BurialChurch Street Cemetery, Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio; grave were relocated to Southern Cemetery in 1860s.7
Burial*Southern Cemetery, Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio3

Family

James Barnes b. 1768, d. 8 Mar 1843
Children

Biographical Notes

Description*Tall, slender woman and rather tall8
Family BiographyBarnes Family
ChartsBARNES, David (Descendants)
FRED, Walter B (Jr) (Pedigree)

Citations

  1. Jordon Dodd, "Maryland Marriages, 1655-1850," online www.ancestry.com , James Barnes & Nancy Harrison, Frederick Co., 25 Dec 1795 , Maryland Historical Society records, Baltimore, Maryland, 2006,.
  2. Walter Barnes Fred Jr, Pedigree, 24 Oct 1943 ,Single page found loose in family bible. Names of children and four generations of ancestors. Updated after origination date to include grandchildren., Family Files of Walter E. Fred, (see genealogy.fredquest.com for contact information).
  3. Grave Marker, Nancy Barnes, Southern Cemetery (a.k.a. Lincoln St Cemetery), Barnesville, Ohio, XXCemetery St (off of S Lincoln St), Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio; Walter E. Fred, Apr 2000.
  4. Francis Hamilton Hibbard, Obituaries and Miscellaneous Records Relating to Families of Barnesville, Belmont County, Ohio, Barnesville Hutton Memorial Library, 308 East Main Street, Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio. Obituary for Nancy Barnes, Belmont Chronicle, 25 May 1841.
  5. Francis Hamilton Hibbard, Obituaries and Miscellaneous Records Relating to Families of Barnesville, Belmont County, Ohio, Barnesville Hutton Memorial Library, 308 East Main Street, Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio. Combined obituary for Nancy Barnes and Elizabeth Barnes, St. Clairsville Gazette, 31 May 1841.
  6. Dempsey O. Sheppard M.D., The Story of Barnesville (Columbus: F.J. Heer Printing Co., 1942).
  7. Dempsey O. Sheppard M.D., The Story of Barnesville (Columbus: F.J. Heer Printing Co., 1942), page 129.
  8. Dempsey O. Sheppard M.D., The Story of Barnesville (Columbus: F.J. Heer Printing Co., 1942), page 128.

Frank L. Harrison1

Marriage*Principal=Stella M Bradfield1

Family

Stella M Bradfield b. circa Dec 1877
ChartsBRADFIELD, Joseph (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Parker Scrapbook from Obituaries & Miscellaneous Records Relating to Families of Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio, compiled by Francis Hamilton Hibbard, 1988, Barnesville Hutton Memorial Library, 308 East Main Street, Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio.

Mehitable Harrison1

( - 9 Sep 1856)
Marriage*Principal=Menassa Haggert1
Death*9 Sep 18561

Family

Menassa Haggert d. 1864

Citations

  1. Annis Buck and D.E. Washburn, Buck, A History of a part of the Family and Near Connections (Felchville, Vermont: D.E. Washburn, 1906).

(?) Harvey1

Marriage*Principal=Joseph Hadley1

Family

Joseph Hadley b. 1745, d. 1793

Citations

  1. Notes on the Quaker Family of Hadley by Chalmers Hadley, 1916 (Carson-Harper Press: Denver CO), Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (US/CAN 1017403). Pages 22-23.

Mary Hashman1

Marriage*7 Aug 1834; Guernsey Co., Ohio; Principal=David Eaton McGeath2,1

Family 1

David Eaton McGeath b. 19 May 1812, d. 18 Oct 1845
Children

Family 2

Children

Citations

  1. Morna Howell & Marilyn Buist, History of the McGeath Family (Leesburg, Virginia: Charles S. Monroe Vocational Technical Center, 1987), page 141-156.
  2. "Ohio County Marriages, 1789-1994," digital image, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), David E Mcgeath & Mary Hashman, Guernsey Co., 7 Aug 1834, FHL 317295.
  3. "Illinois Deaths & Stillbirths, 1916-1947," digital image, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Mary E. Daily, Carrol Co., 3 Jan 1927, "The record consists of one-page pre-printed death certificate forms filled in by hand or typed."

Mary Haskall1

(1794 - 1881)
Name VariationPolly Skinner2,1
Birth*1794; Thompson, Windham Co., Connecticut1
Marriage*Principal=Isaac Skinner2,1
Death*1881; Ohio1

Family

Isaac Skinner b. 1795, d. 4 Jul 1877
Child

Citations

  1. Judith Wilcox Szczesny, "Mark's Skinner Line (relayed information previously provided by Mark Lewis Grantham)," e-mail message to Walter E Fred, Sep 2010.
  2. James H. Smith, "History Norwich, History of Chenango County, New York," dated 1880, The Heart of New York Website online http://www.anyheart.org/chenango/history/norwich.html.

Benson J. Hasscal1

Marriage*Principal=Emma Jane Ashley1

Family

Emma Jane Ashley b. 20 Apr 1847
ChartsASHLEY, James (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Francis Bacon Trowbridge, The Ashley Genealogy, History of the Descendants of Robert Ashley of Springfield, Massachusetts, (Press of Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor; 1896),.

(?) Hatch1

Marriage*Principal=(?) Kennedy1

Family

(?) Kennedy
Child

Citations

  1. World War I Card Index for Michigan; (Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State Library and Archives, 1914-1918), Family History Library Film 1001936.

Lucius Hathorn1

Marriage*Principal=Salome Cady1

Family

Salome Cady b. 9 Feb 1808, d. 19 Jun 1837

Citations

  1. Annis Buck and D.E. Washburn, Buck, A History of a part of the Family and Near Connections (Felchville, Vermont: D.E. Washburn, 1906).

Hannah Hawkins1

Name VariationAnna Barron1
Marriage*14 Dec 1653; Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; Principal=Ellis Barron1

Family

Ellis Barron
Children

Citations

  1. Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts (Boston: Little, Brown & Company, 1855), page 17 (Barron).

David Hay1

Death*of Thompson, Connecticut2
Marriage*Bride=Elizabeth Cady1

Family

Elizabeth Cady b. 20 Dec 1790

Citations

  1. Orrin Peer Allen, Descendants of Nicholas Cady of Watertown, Massachusetts, 1645-1910 (Palmer, Massachusetts: C.B. Fiske & Co., 1910), Nedabiah Cady family group (91), page 75.
  2. Orrin Peer Allen, Descendants of Nicholas Cady of Watertown, Mass., 1645-1910 (C.B. Fiske & Co.: Palmer, Mass. 1910) Robert Cady & Family, Last name also spelled KNOPP. Page 75.

Chatherine Hayes1

Marriage*Principal=James McDannel1

Family

James McDannel
Child

Citations

  1. "Illinois Deaths & Stillbirths, 1916-1947," digital image, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Thomas Montgomery Mcdannel, Wayne County, 4 Feb 1927, "The record consists of one-page pre-printed death certificate forms filled in by hand or typed."

Charles Hazelton1

Birth*Erie Co., New York1
Marriage*Principal=Chelta (?)1

Family

Chelta (?)
Child

Citations

  1. Chautauqua County Marriage Record, #16166, Chautauqua County Courthouse, 1 North Erie Street, Chautauqua Co., New York (FHL US/CAN Film 1004134).

Velva Lois Hazelton1,2,3

(1 Aug 1916 - 28 Dec 1988)
Father*Charles Hazelton3
Mother*Chelta (?)3
Birth*1 Aug 1916; Bradford, McKean Co., Pennsylvania3,4
Marriage*15 Nov 1931; Ripley, Chautauqua Co., New York; Principal=Gordon J. Walker3,5,1
Death*28 Dec 1988; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania4

Family

Gordon J. Walker b. 14 Jan 1913, d. 25 Mar 1988
ChartsCONNAROE (CONROE), Darlin (Descendants)
McMANUS, Patrick (Descendants)
SKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Gordon J. Walker, Erie Times Weekender, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 26 Mar 1988.
  2. Celia Schaefer, Erie County Probate (courtesy of Erie Society for Genealogical Research) File #56841, Register of Wills, Erie County Courthouse (Room 122), Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, abstract by Alice Henneberry (ESGR), 6 Jul 2007.
  3. Chautauqua County Marriage Record, #16166, Chautauqua County Courthouse, 1 North Erie Street, Chautauqua Co., New York (FHL US/CAN Film 1004134).
  4. Velva L. Walker, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), online www.ancestry.com, 15 Jan 2008.
  5. Chautauqua County New York Marriage Application Grooms Index (1928-1935), Chautauqua County Courthouse, 1 North Erie Street, Chautauqua Co., New York (FHL US/CAN Film 1004670). Page 811; Gordon Walker and Velva Hazelton, register #16166, married 15 Nov 1931.

Douglas Heacock1

Marriage*Bride=Barbara Ashley

Family

Barbara Ashley b. 29 Aug 1931, d. 11 Jan 2005
ChartsASHLEY, James (Descendants)
CARPENTER, Peter (Descendants)
TAGG, Thomas R. (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Helen Carolyn Ashley Fred, Handwritten Notes & Pedigrees, Family Files of Walter E. Fred, (see genealogy.fredquest.com for contact information).

Anthony Healey1,2

Family

Child

Biographical Notes

(Witness) Bio PublishedThe Fitzgerald family of Beaver county, Pennsylvania, traces its ancestry to the "Emerald Isle" where the forebears were for the most part engaged in agricultural pursuits. With a natural love for the beautiful particularly in nature, they devoted themselves extensively to gardening.

(I) John Fitzgerald, whose entire life was spent in Ireland married Mary Conway and had children: James and Thomas.

(II) Thomas Fitzgerald, son of John and Mary (Conway) Fitzgerald, was born in County Kerry, Ireland, 1846, and came to the United States at the age of twenty-five years. The greater part of his life has been spent in and in the vicinity of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he was in the employ of wealthy families as a gardener. He came to Beaver County, Pennsylvania, in 1885, resided there three years, then removed to Dixmont, where he remained for a time, and finally settled in Beaver permanently ten years ago. He married, Mary, also a native of Ireland, daughter of Anthony Healey, and they have had children: Joseph, born June 10, 1865, died June 4, 1884; John born November 3, 1866, manager of the Plumbers Supply Company in Erie, Pennsylvania; Thomas M. see forward: James, born September 16 1869, married Gertrude Potts and lives in Pittsburgh; Anna, born November 7, 1870, died, unmarried, October 20, 1909; Mary Catherine, born April 8, 1875, died in April, 1905, married Edward Kennedy; Edward Lawrence, born August 13, 1879, married Catherine McConnell; William A., born March 20, 1881, died November 27, 1884.

(III) Thomas M. Fitzgerald, son of Thomas and Mary (Healey) Fitzgerald, was born in Allegheny county, Pennsylvania, February 27, 1868. His school education was commenced in the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, after a time he was sent to Ireland, and at the expiration of three years returned to this country and completed his education in this country. He has always been identified with business as a florist, and has achieved a more than satisfactory amount of success. He came to Beaver county, Pennsylvania, with a fortune consisting of one hundred dollars and from this small beginnings has attained his present prosperity, owing to his indefatigable energy, his perseverance and his excellent business methods. At first he leased the Dravo place, remaining in that location for a period of eight years. By this time he had amassed a sufficient capital to enable him to purchase the Campbell place on Fifth street. At first he devoted the greater part of his time in raising vegetables, but later turned his attention to floriculture. At the present time he has six men constantly in his employ, and at times is obliged to add to this number. He is called upon to fill orders for all parts of the United States, the superiority of his product having become recognized far and wide. He commenced with one thousand feet of glass, and now has about thirty thousand; at first he had the ordinary wooden benches to support his plants in the greenhouses, now he has model cement benches. Although he now has 12 greenhouses of large size, covering a huge tract of ground. He understands fully the needs and requirements of different plants, the soil best adapted to their growth, the temperature and all the other conditions necessary to produce the most healthful and beautiful specimens. He is a member of the Pittsburgh and Allegheny Florist Association of the United States. Mr. Fitzgerald married, July 20, 1895, Nora daughter of Jeremiah and Catherine Miniham and has had children: Catherine, John, and Joseph, twins: Helen, Anna, Agnes, all still at home. The family attend the Catholic Church and Mr. Fitzgerald is Independent in his political opinions. He keeps well in touch with all important current events, and takes pleasure in forming his opinions in an unbiased manner.

Genealogical and Personal History of Beaver County Pennsylvania, under the editorial supervision of John W. Jordan, LL. D. Volume II, New York; Lewis Historical Publishing Company 1914; Principal=Thomas M. Fitzgerald, Principal=Thomas Fitzgerald2
ChartsFITZGERALD, Rose (Pedigree)

Citations

  1. Along the Avenue (Reprint from 1914 PA Historical Society Publication), The News-Tribune, Beaver Falls, PA, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, 11 Nov 1972, page 4.
  2. John W. Jordon LL.D., editor, Genealogical and Personal History of Beaver County Pennsylvania (Fitzgerald Article) (n.p.: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1914).

Mary Healey1,2

(Jul 1839 - 28 Apr 1916)
Photo*Photo courtesy of Daniel T. Doughtery (grandson of Thomas M. & Nora Minihan Fitzgerald)
Name VariationMary Healy4
Name VariationMary Haley5
Father*Anthony Healey3
Birth*Jul 1839; Ireland1,6,5
Marriage*12 Jun 1863; Groom=Thomas Fitzgerald7,8,6
Death*28 Apr 1916; Beaver, Beaver Co., Pennsylvania5
Burial*1 May 1916; Saint Mary Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania5,9

Family

Thomas Fitzgerald b. Jun 1837, d. 8 Jan 1925
Marriage*12 Jun 1863; Groom=Thomas Fitzgerald7,8,6
Children

Immigration

Immigration*1862; Ireland6

Life's Events

Census1870*17 Jun 1870; Dixmont, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania; Patrick McManus was a laborer.; Head of Family=Thomas Fitzgerald, household member=Patrick Joseph Fitzgerald, household member=John E. Fitzgerald, household member=Thomas M. Fitzgerald, household member=James Stanislaus Fitzgerald10
Census1880*21 Jun 1880; Union, Lawrence Co., Pennsylvania; Thomas Fitzgerald was a gardener and his son Patrick J. a laborer.; Head of Family=Thomas Fitzgerald, son=John E. Fitzgerald, son=Thomas M. Fitzgerald, son=James Stanislaus Fitzgerald, son=Edward Lawrence Fitzgerald, son=Patrick Joseph Fitzgerald, daughter=Mary Katherine Fitzgerald, daughter=Anna Fitzgerald1
(wife) Census190012 Jun 1900; 172 Elmhurst, Turtle Creek Borough, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania; Thomas Fitzgerald was a Gardener and his son Edward a Machinist. Thomas immigrated to the United States in 1862 and Mary in 1864. This may be the years they immigrated to North America, given their son's 1865 birth in Canada. Mary had eight children with six still surviving.; Head of Family=Thomas Fitzgerald6
(wife) Census191028 Apr 1910; 716 Fifth Street, Beaver, Beaver Co., Pennsylvania; Thomas and Mary Fitzgerald owned their own home free and clear. There were no occupation listed for either and four of Mary's eight children were still living. Thomas immigrated in 1862 and Mary in 1864.; Head of Family=Thomas Fitzgerald8

Biographical Notes

(Witness) Bio PublishedThe Fitzgerald family of Beaver county, Pennsylvania, traces its ancestry to the "Emerald Isle" where the forebears were for the most part engaged in agricultural pursuits. With a natural love for the beautiful particularly in nature, they devoted themselves extensively to gardening.

(I) John Fitzgerald, whose entire life was spent in Ireland married Mary Conway and had children: James and Thomas.

(II) Thomas Fitzgerald, son of John and Mary (Conway) Fitzgerald, was born in County Kerry, Ireland, 1846, and came to the United States at the age of twenty-five years. The greater part of his life has been spent in and in the vicinity of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he was in the employ of wealthy families as a gardener. He came to Beaver County, Pennsylvania, in 1885, resided there three years, then removed to Dixmont, where he remained for a time, and finally settled in Beaver permanently ten years ago. He married, Mary, also a native of Ireland, daughter of Anthony Healey, and they have had children: Joseph, born June 10, 1865, died June 4, 1884; John born November 3, 1866, manager of the Plumbers Supply Company in Erie, Pennsylvania; Thomas M. see forward: James, born September 16 1869, married Gertrude Potts and lives in Pittsburgh; Anna, born November 7, 1870, died, unmarried, October 20, 1909; Mary Catherine, born April 8, 1875, died in April, 1905, married Edward Kennedy; Edward Lawrence, born August 13, 1879, married Catherine McConnell; William A., born March 20, 1881, died November 27, 1884.

(III) Thomas M. Fitzgerald, son of Thomas and Mary (Healey) Fitzgerald, was born in Allegheny county, Pennsylvania, February 27, 1868. His school education was commenced in the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, after a time he was sent to Ireland, and at the expiration of three years returned to this country and completed his education in this country. He has always been identified with business as a florist, and has achieved a more than satisfactory amount of success. He came to Beaver county, Pennsylvania, with a fortune consisting of one hundred dollars and from this small beginnings has attained his present prosperity, owing to his indefatigable energy, his perseverance and his excellent business methods. At first he leased the Dravo place, remaining in that location for a period of eight years. By this time he had amassed a sufficient capital to enable him to purchase the Campbell place on Fifth street. At first he devoted the greater part of his time in raising vegetables, but later turned his attention to floriculture. At the present time he has six men constantly in his employ, and at times is obliged to add to this number. He is called upon to fill orders for all parts of the United States, the superiority of his product having become recognized far and wide. He commenced with one thousand feet of glass, and now has about thirty thousand; at first he had the ordinary wooden benches to support his plants in the greenhouses, now he has model cement benches. Although he now has 12 greenhouses of large size, covering a huge tract of ground. He understands fully the needs and requirements of different plants, the soil best adapted to their growth, the temperature and all the other conditions necessary to produce the most healthful and beautiful specimens. He is a member of the Pittsburgh and Allegheny Florist Association of the United States. Mr. Fitzgerald married, July 20, 1895, Nora daughter of Jeremiah and Catherine Miniham and has had children: Catherine, John, and Joseph, twins: Helen, Anna, Agnes, all still at home. The family attend the Catholic Church and Mr. Fitzgerald is Independent in his political opinions. He keeps well in touch with all important current events, and takes pleasure in forming his opinions in an unbiased manner.

Genealogical and Personal History of Beaver County Pennsylvania, under the editorial supervision of John W. Jordan, LL. D. Volume II, New York; Lewis Historical Publishing Company 1914; Principal=Thomas M. Fitzgerald, Principal=Thomas Fitzgerald7
Bio Obit*Mrs. Mary Haley Fitzgerald was born in Ireland and came to this country while very young. Following her marriage to Thomas M. Fitzgerald, the couple moved to Pittsburg taking up their residence there shortly after the close of the civil war. They came to Beaver 15 years ago and had since resided there.
She was a member of SS. Peter and Paul R.C. church of Beaver and was active in church work.
Beaver Falls Evening Tribune, 28 Apr 19165
Family BiographyFitzgerald Family
ChartsFITZGERALD, John (Descendants)
FITZGERALD, Rose (Pedigree)

Citations

  1. Thomas Fitzgerald household, 1880 U.S. Census, Union Township (District 227), Lawrence Co., Pennsylvania, ED 227, page 325, lines 23-31, dwelling 295, family 334, 21 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2006.
  2. Anonymous, Book of Biographies, Contains biographical sketches of leading citizens of Beaver County, Pennsylvania (Buffalo NY: Biographical Publishing Company, 1899).
  3. Along the Avenue (Reprint from 1914 PA Historical Society Publication), The News-Tribune, Beaver Falls, PA, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, 11 Nov 1972, page 4.
  4. Thomas M. Fitzgerald, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File No: 112314 (filed 15 Nov 1916), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  5. Mrs. Mary Haley Fitzgerald Obituary, Beaver Falls Evening Tribune, Beaver Falls, Beaver Co., Pennsylvania, 28 Apr 1916.
  6. Thomas Fitzgerald household, 1900 U.S. Census, Turtle Creek Borough, Allegheny County, PA, ED 512, Page 11B, Line 93-95, family 172, dwelling 206, 13 Jun 1900, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2006.
  7. John W. Jordon LL.D., editor, Genealogical and Personal History of Beaver County Pennsylvania (Fitzgerald Article) (n.p.: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1914).
  8. Thomas Fitzgerald household, 1910 U.S. Census, Beaver Borough (Ward 2); Beaver County Pennsylvania, ED 5; Page 10B; Line 88-89, dwelling 246, family 269, 27 Apr 1910, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Apr 2006.
  9. Fitzgerald Records Correspondence, 8 Jul 2005, baptismal records for St Coleman Church in Turtle Creek (Henry & Joseph Fitzgerald) & St Canice in Knoxville (Rose Fitzgerald) and death records for Saints Peter & Paul Church in Beaver (Thomas & Mary Fitzgerald), Archives and Records Center, Diocese of Pittsburgh, 4721 Fifth Ave, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania.
  10. Thomas Fitzgerald household, 1870 U.S. Census, McClure, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, page 77, lines 33-38, dwelling 409, family 534, 17 Jun 1870, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 25 Aug 2006.
  11. Beaver Co., Pennsylvania Marriage License (27 Aug 1864), volume 10, #3844, Beaver County Courthouse, 810 Third St, Beaver, Beaver Co., Pennsylvania.
  12. Anna Fitzgerald, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File Number 91784 (20 Oct 1909), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  13. "Church Records," Irish Genealogy Website hosted by the Ireland Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht online www.irishgenealogy.ie , Baptism, Mary Catherine Fitzgerald, Tarbert, 21 Apr 1875. Hereinafter cited as "Ireland Genealogy Website (Dept of Arts, Heritage & Gaeltacht)" , Baptism, Mary Catherine Fitzgerald, Tarbert, 21 Apr 1875.
  14. Pittsburgh Death Records, volume 38, page 406, Allegheny County Courthouse, 414 Grant St, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania (FHL US/CAN Film 0505835).

Letitia Heard1

(6 Aug 1818 - 10 Sep 1891)
Name VariationLutitia Harned2,3
Birth*6 Aug 1818; Pennsylvania1,3
Birth17 Aug 1818; died on 10 Sep 1891 at age 73y 24d4
Marriage*23 Nov 1836; Principal=Gideon Harned1,2
Death*10 Sep 18911,2
Burial*Harned Cemetery, Cussewago Township, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania2

Family

Gideon Harned b. 13 Feb 1820, d. 27 Nov 1871
Children

Citations

  1. "Family Data for Gideon & Letitia Heard (viewed 15 Nov 2008)," History and Genealogy of the Harned Family Website online http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~harned/index.html.
  2. Harned Cemetery Burials, Cussewago Township, Crawford County, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (US/CAN 912514). Gideon Harned Family Plot.
  3. Willard Harned, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File Number29140 (31 Mar 1914), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  4. Harned Cemetery Burials, Cussewago Township, Crawford County, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (US/CAN 912514). Gideon Harned Family Plot, Lutitia Harned died on 10 Sep 1891 at age 73y 24d.

Jane Cecilia Heaton1

(7 Dec 1812 - 31 Oct 1894)
Birth*7 Dec 1812; Loudoun Co., Virginia1
Marriage*12 Apr 1843; Principal=Colonel Gabriel Vandeventer1
Death*31 Oct 18941
Burial*Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Loudoun Co., Virginia1

Family

Colonel Gabriel Vandeventer b. 31 Mar 1804, d. 2 Jun 1885

Citations

  1. Morna Howell & Marilyn Buist, History of the McGeath Family (Leesburg, Virginia: Charles S. Monroe Vocational Technical Center, 1987), page 109-154 (orginally from The Vandeventer Family by Christobelle Van Deventer, 1943).

Edward Heil1

Marriage*1945; Principal=Edna L. Seabolt1

Family

Edna L. Seabolt b. 1898

Citations

  1. Morna Howell & Marilyn Buist, History of the McGeath Family (Leesburg, Virginia: Charles S. Monroe Vocational Technical Center, 1987), page 141-156.

Rose L. Hein1,2

(18 Feb 1896 - 13 Oct 1995)
Biography*Pacific Northwest Women's Amateur Golf Champion3,4
Name VariationRose Eva Montgomery5
Birth*18 Feb 1896; Oregon6,2,5,1
Marriage*circa 1918; Principal=Albert E. Eva7,1,8
Marriage*between 1930 and 1949; Principal=James Williams Montgomery5
Death*13 Oct 1995; Riverside Co., California2,6,5
Cremated*Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, Los Angeles Co., California; Columbarium of Heavenly Peace5

Family 1

Albert E. Eva b. 3 Feb 1883, d. 6 Apr 1940

Family 2

James Williams Montgomery b. 12 Dec 1899, d. 15 Dec 1972

Biographical Notes

Bio Note*Mrs. Rose Eva Montgomery of Columbia-Edgewater won in 1929, 1934 and 1938. She is 99 and living in Southern California now. Although she has finally given up golf, she carried a 12 handicap into her 90th year!

Oregon Golf Association History, Oregon Golf Association Website
[originally written ca 1995 given Rose Montgomery's age]9
FindaGrave*86294445
FindaGrave MemorialVisit FindaGrave (write downl # above first)
ChartsMONTGOMERY, Samuel (Descendants)
STURGEON, Jeremiah (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Albert E. Eva household, 1920 U.S. Census, Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon, ED 32, page 7A (stamped 38), lines 97-99, dwelling 56, household 201, 9 Jan 1920, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Mar 2010.
  2. Ancestry.com, "California Death Index 1940-1997," online www.ancestry.com , Rose E. Montgomery, Riverside Co., 13 Oct 1995 , transcribed from State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics, 1997, Sacramento, California,.
  3. Mrs. Eva Captures Golf Championship, Sunday Oregonian, Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon, 9 Jun 1929, Sports Section, page 1 & 2.
  4. Mrs. Eva & Dr. Williams Win Oregon Golf Crowns, Sunday Oregonian, Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon, 12 Jun 1938, Sports-Financial Section, page 1.
  5. A.J. Marik, "Forest Lawn Memorial Park Photos," dated 12 Apr 2004, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 22 Feb 2010) online www.findagrave.com , memorial 8629444.
  6. Rose E. Montgomery, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), online www.ancestry.com, 3 Mar 2010.
  7. Albert E. Eva household, 1930 U.S. Census, Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon, ED 26-26, page 3B, lines 53-54, dwelling 34, household 84, 5 Apr 1930, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Mar 2010.
  8. Portland Oregon City Directory (1926) (Portland, Oregon: R.L. Polk & Co.), page 522.
  9. OGA, "Oregon Golf Association (OGA) History, Part I," dated viewed 3 Mar 2010, Oregon Golf Association online www.oga.org.

Elizabeth Heintz1

Marriage*Principal=John Spagl1
Birth*Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania1

Family

John Spagl
Child

Citations

  1. Erie County Marriage Applications, volume 24, page 344, Erie County Courthouse, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania (FHL US/CAN Film 2209548).

Mary A. Hemmingway1

Marriage*1877; Lapeer Co., Michigan; Principal=Charles Skinner1

Family

Charles Skinner b. 17 Oct 1844
ChartsSKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Natalie R. Fernald, "John Skinner and Some of His Descendants XVI," The Genealogical Exchange, volume 7, number 12 (April 1911).

Eliza Henderson1

Marriage*Principal=William W. Sturgeon1

Family

William W. Sturgeon
ChartsSTURGEON, Jeremiah (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Claudius T. McCoy, A Genealogical History of the Sturgeons of North America (Cincinnati, Ohio: n.pub., 1926).

John Henderson1,2

Birth*Upper Makefield, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania1
Marriage*Dec 1756; Principal=Ann Torbert1,2

Family

Ann Torbert

Citations

  1. Samuel Torbert Family of Bucks Co., Pennsylvania by Robert Ellington Torbert (Lakewood CA, 1989), Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (US/CAN 1320986 #2). Family group sheet "p" (compiler: Re Torbert, Florence AL, 19 May 1985; sources: Mrs. Edgar C. Torbert, Greensboro AL and Oscar C.Torbett, Arlington VA).
  2. Index to Abstracts of Wills, Filed in the Register's Office at Doylestown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Volume 1, 1685-1793 (Bucks County Historical Society, 1934), Family History Library's FamilySearch, www.familysearch.org (US/CAN 0172727). Abstract #746, Samuel Torbert of Upper Makefield, Will Book 3, page 443.