Sources
1. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is the compiler of this data base.
2. Social Security Card #220-56-6091, Original in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
3. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
4. Vital Record: Municipal Court of Philadelphia, Richard Lee (Hull) Gleason, “Adoption Decree,” #9739, 5 October 1956, Photo copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
5. “Federal Way Washington Stake Directories,” Data extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, Years 1981-1997 not inclusive. Years missing: 1982, 1986 and 1988, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center.
6. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Lorraine’s first husband, 1973-1977.
7. Ibid.
8. Ibid. Gleason was Patricia’s first husband, 1977-1999.
9. Vital Record: Provo, Utah, Utah, “Marriage License,” Richard Lee Gleason & Patricia Ann Avery, 18 April 1977, Registration #: 51729, Photo copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
10. Souvenir Marriage Certificate, Richard Lee Gleason & Patricia Ann Avery, 20 April 1977, Salt Lake City, Utah, Utah. Photo copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
11. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Sandra Lee Strong (b. 1961) of Toppenish, WA, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
12. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Sandra’s second husband, 2004-2007.
13. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Mercedes Maria (Gonzales) Hobrecht (b. 1961), of Seattle, WA, to her husband Richard lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>
14. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Mercedes' second husband.
15. Richard Lines, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 26 August 1955, p. 6, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
16. “1930 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, enumeration district 60, p. 5A, digital image, Ancesrty.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives.
17. Vital Record: State of Pennsylvania, “Certificate of Death,” Richard Delmont Lines, 26 August 1955, File No. 69141, Informant: Orville H. Lines, digital image in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
18. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, accessed December 2008, entry for Richard Lines.
19. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Eli Enlo Lines (1922-2009), of Akron, Ohio, to his nephew Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
20. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 10.
21. 1930 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Greenwood Township, enumeration district 39, p. 5A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives and Records Administration.
22. National Archives and Records Administration. U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005. Original data: Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, 1938-1946 [Archival Database]; World War II Army Enlistment Records; Records of the National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 64; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.
23. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 35.
24. “News of Our Men and Women in Uniform,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 25 March 1944, p. 5, col. 4.
25. “Mostly Gossip,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 4 May 1944, p. 8, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
26. National Personnel Records Center, St. Louis, The 1973 Fire at the National Personnel Records Center, The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration , <http://www.archives.gov/st-louis/military-personnel/fire-1973.html>, Retrieved 21 March 2011.
27. Stender, Walter W. and Evans Walker, “The National Personnel Records Center Fire: A Study in Disaster,” Reprinted from The American Archivist, Volume 37, Number 4, October 1974, <http://www.archives.gov/st-louis/military-personnel/fire-1973.html>, PDF File retrieved 21 March 2011.
28. “Five Youths Charged With Burglaries Here ..,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 26 January 1945, Unknown Page, http://newspaperarchive.com/.
29. “Two Accidents Saturday Cause Only Minor Damage,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 10 October 1949, pp. 1-2, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
30. “Court Article,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 3 February 1954, p. 3, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
31. “Births,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 29 November 1954, p. 12, http://newspaperarchive.com/.
32. Letters: Lines, Richard Delmont to his mother Nora Agnes Wertz, Various Dates during the 1950s, privately held by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
33. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
34. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Roger Ingram, Caldwell, Ohio, <no email address on record>, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Facebook private message, 19 June 2011.
35. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Mary (Donahue) Lines, Akron, Ohio, to her nephew Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
36. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversation, 3 March 2016.
37. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. The Lininger Funeral Home no longer exists, and may have been taken over by the Chester C. Chidboy Funeral Home.
38. Rickard, Julie Rae, Around Curwensville (Images of America), pages shown at this link are limited, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2007, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 30.
39. “Murder Suspect Gives Self Up In Curwensville,” Indiana Evening Gazette, Indiana, Pennsylvania, 30 December 1964, p. 1, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
40. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. See Richard Lines (B. abt 1927) notes.
41. Interview: Lines, Orville Harry (1906-1999), Cleveland, Ohio, Interview by his nephew Richard Lee Gleason, 6 November 1987, Notes privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
42. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Retrieved 2010-10-21 <http:&|;&|;www.wisegeek.com&|;what-is-nephritis.htm>.
43. “Morganfield, Kentucky,” Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morganfield,_Kentucky>, Retrieved 5 September 2016.
44. Richard Lee Gleason compilation of handwritten notes made during interviews with various, mostly unidentified, Lines family members. These interviews were undated but mostly took place during the 1970s and 1980s. Notes privately held by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Myrtle “Barnhart” of Evanston, Indiana.
45. Vital Record: Indiana State Board of Health, “Certificate of Death,” Richard Terry Lines, 25 September 1946, Informant: George L. Barnett, digital image in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, “Myrtle Mae Barnett”.
46. Public FindaGrave message to Richard Lee Gleason, <http://bit.ly/RicksFindaGraveProfile>, email: <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com> Janet Smith, 5 Sep 2016, 9:47 am “b. 1926” (See parents, George and Lottie’s Family Notes).
47. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Telephone conversation 6 April 2011.
48. Public FindaGrave message to Richard Lee Gleason, <http://bit.ly/RicksFindaGraveProfile>, email: <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com> Janet Smith, 5 Sep 2016, 7:41 am (See parents, George and Lottie’s Family Notes).
49. Richard Lee Gleason compilation of handwritten notes made during interviews with various, mostly unidentified, Lines family members. These interviews were undated but mostly took place during the 1970s and 1980s. Notes privately held by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
50. Headstone Inscription as viewed by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
51. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Daniel Robert Gisewhite, Mahaffey, PA to his half-brother Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
52. Undocumented Information provided by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
53. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Karen A (Curry) Bond, Mahaffey, PA to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
54. E-Mail: Margaret (Bowery) Shirey, to Richard Lee Gleason, 14 December 2010, “Re: Chief John Hoover,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, mentions nickname.
55. Barbara D. Smeal, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 15 December 2003, Photo copy provided by Sandy Logue, N. Canton, Ohio, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
56. Inferred from other data.
57. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Online message posted 8 Oct 2010 at: <http:&|;&|;genforum.genealogy.com&|;recordlookups&|;messages&|;53106.html>.
58. Ibid. See The (Clearfield, PA) Progress Nov. 20, 1950 and Feb 17, 1951.
59. “No Inquest Is Planned Into Death of Child,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 2 February 1956, pp. 1, 8, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
60. Helen McGaughey, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 3 October 1966, Photo copy provided by Sandy Logue, N. Canton, Ohio, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
61. Legion of Clearfield, Appears to be only a partial copy of the entire article, The Progress[?], Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 6 July 1970, Photo copy provided by Sandy Logue, N. Canton, Ohio, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
62. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. http:&|;&|;pennsylvania.hometownlocator.com&|;maps&|;feature-map,ftc,2,fid,1173279,n,dimeling.cfm.
63. Harry Wilbur Lines, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 27 June 1974, p. 12, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
64. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 5B, digital image, <http://www.ancestry.com>, citing the National Archives, indicates he was 26-years old.
65. “World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942,” digital images, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 23 March 2011), Harry Wilber Lyons, City of Chester, Pennsylvania - Local Board No. 2, citing United States, Selective Service System, Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration, National Archives and Records Administration, Note: The Fourth Registration, often referred to as “the old man’s registration”, was conducted on 27 April 1942, provides birth place.
66. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, accessed 6 February 2009, entry for Harry Lines.
67. “World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942,” digital images, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 23 March 2011), Harry Wilber Lyons, City of Chester, Pennsylvania - Local Board No. 2, citing United States, Selective Service System, Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration, National Archives and Records Administration, Note: The Fourth Registration, often referred to as “the old man’s registration”, was conducted on 27 April 1942.
68. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Richard was his grandson who resided with and shared a room with Harry.
69. Deaths of the Area, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 26 June 1974, p. 8, col. 7.
70. Interview: Lines, Orville Harry (1906-1999), Cleveland, Ohio, Interview by his nephew Richard Lee Gleason, 6 November 1987, Notes privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, indicated Harry worked in the lumber mills, railroad and at a tannery.
71. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 5B, digital image, <http://www.ancestry.com>, citing the National Archives.
72. 1920 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Penn Township, enumeration district 88, p. 3A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives.
73. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is Harry’s grandson. Harry lived with Gleason and his mother in the 1960s and early 1970s.
74. Ibid. Gleason is Harry’s grandson. Harry lived with Gleason and his mother in the 1960 and early 1970s.
75. Interview: Goff, Cornelia Ellen (Lines) (1893-1993), Fellowsville, West Virginia, Interview by her great nephew Richard Lee Gleason, during the early 1970s, Notes privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
76. Mrs. Mary J. Lyons, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 23 November 1943, p. 8, col. 4.
77. “Mrs. Eli Lyons,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 18 October 1943, p. 2, col. 6.
78. “Surprise Birthday Party Given Nov. 18 for Harry Lyons, 80,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 25 November 1960, p. 12, col. 5, There is a Pleasant Hill in Cooper Township, Clearfield County, PA.
79. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Clearfield Progress, 8 February 1960, p. 9,col. 7.
80. “Philipsburg R.D. Man Injured as Car Upsets Near Clearfield,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 27 January 1960, p. 1, col. 1.
81. GLyons8867, “James Bloom,” Ancestry.com: Clearfield County PA Message Board, 5 July 1999, <http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa....ld/22.23.412/mb.ashx>, Retrieved 20 February 2009.
82. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Gloria (Susek) Peters (b. 1950), Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, to her second cousin Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Dated 30 May 2009?
83. Vital Record: Pennsylvania Department of Health, “Certificate of Birth,” Maxine J. Lines, Certified 19 May 1975, Primary Distr #: 2456, File #: 189592-12, Photo copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
84. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Nora’s Grandson and attended her funeral.
85. 1940 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Borough Ward 1, p. 2-B, digital image, (http://stevemorse.org/census/unified.html : retrieved 13 April 2012), Nora is listed as married and a housekeeper in home with Marlie and her son John.
86. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 64, father Eli’s obituary.
87. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Via Ancestry.com, The Clearfield Progress.
88. “Surprise Birthday Party Given Nov. 18 for Harry Lyons, 80,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 25 November 1960, p. 12, col. 5.
89. Marlie W. Ellinger, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 15 June 1985, Photo copy provided by Sandy Logue, N. Canton, Ohio, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
90. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, Retrieved 6 February 2009, entry for Marlie Ellinger.
91. “1920 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Penn Township, Lumber City Borough, enumeration district 88, p. 18B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives.
92. 1940 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Borough Ward 1, p. 2-B, digital image, (http://stevemorse.org/census/unified.html : retrieved 13 April 2012).
93. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. See Gleason source S:332 for details.
94. E-Mail: Terri Allshouse, Redding, California, <tallshouse@charter.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 20 February 2010 (Multiple Emails), “Ellinger Rothrock,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
95. Death of Mrs. D. W. Dawson, Indiana (Pennsylvania) Gazette, 10 September 1929, Photo copy provided by Sandy Logue, N. Canton, Ohio, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
96. “1930 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Lawrence Township, enumeration district 49, p. 17A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives.
97. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Marlie’s step-grandson.
98. Ibid. Gleason was Marlie’s step-Grandson and has visited his grave.
99. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. “Station Street” telephone conversation 19 March 2011.
100. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Harry W. Lines is Gleason’s grandfather.
101. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>.
102. “Curwensville,” by Tom Sheridan, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 2 December 1929, p. 7, Col. 2, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
103. “Gates Hardware Co., Opens Another Store,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 2 November 1936, Unknown Page, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
104. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, message from daughter Jean Cassidy, 24 June 2011.
105. Lines, Orville (1906-1999) Burial Card. Presumably from Crown Hill Cemetery, Twinsburg, Summit Couny, OH. Digital image provided by Lee Shade, <leeshade@roadrunner.com> in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. provided date and grave location.
106. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, accessed December 2008, entry for Orville Lines.
107. “Curwensville,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 31 August 1940, p. 6, Col. 2, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
108. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Florence (Lines) Bucholz (b. 1929), of Parma, Ohio to her first cousin, Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 26 April 2011.
109. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 135.
110. Rickard, Julie Rae, Around Curwensville (Images of America), pages shown at this link are limited, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2007, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, pp. 20-21.
111. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, Retrieved December 2008, entry for Elmer Lines.
112. “4 County Youths Enlisted in Army,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 6 May 1937, p. 6, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
113. “In The Courts,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 15 April 1940, p. 4, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
114. “For Sale,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 15 July 1947, p. 7, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
115. Births, The Progress, (Clearfield, Pennsylvania), 25 March 1953, p. 16, http://newspaperarchive.com/.
116. “Snakes Killed In Area During Week,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 15 June 1961, p. 2, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
117. Dan H. Lines, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 8 November 1983, p. 6, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
118. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, accessed December 2008, entry for Elmer Lines.
119. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Cheryl “Sherry” Boal, Mahaffey, Pennsylvania, <has no email address>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Telephone conversation, 6 March 2016.
120. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. per information from Elmer’s sister Maxine.
121. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversation 19 March 2011.
122. Births, The Progress, (Clearfield, Pennsylvania), 25 March 1953, p. 16, http://newspaperarchive.com/, spells her name “Sara”.
123. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by William “Bill” Byron Lines, Jr (b. 1943), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
124. Ibid. telephone conversation, 24 January 2011.
125. “Clearfield Hospital News,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 5 November 1956, p. 2, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
126. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See http:&|;&|;files.usgwarchives.org&|;pa&|;blair&|;newspapers&|;canteen1-4.txt.
127. Ibid. See http:&|;&|;www.beardsleyfuneralhome.com.
128. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 18.
129. “Legal Notices,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 27 August 1957, p. 10, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
130. John & Rosemary Mort's Searchable Genealogy Data, John Mort, Contact compiler John Mort, 2504 Rt 44, Salt Point, NY 12578 <mortjr@attglobal.net>, <http://www.genealogymort.net>, Retrieved 9 February 2009.
131. “Social Security Death Index,” Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), [database on-line], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010, citing Social Security Adminstration. Social Security Death Index, Master File.
132. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Wilbur’s nephew and always knew his family to refer to him with the nickname “Wib”.
133. “1930 U.S. Census,” Delaware County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Glen Mills School House of Refuge for Boys, Thornbury Township, , enumeration district 137, p. 4B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives.
134. “U.S. City Directories,” Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), [database on-line], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010, citing original sources vary according to directory, a Collection of city directories for various years and cities in the U.S., Polk’s Clearfield (Clearfield County, PA.) City Directory.
135. Charles A. Lines Obituary, Unknown Newspaper, Date Unknown.
136. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com>
137. ““Curwensville”,” by Tom Sheridan, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 15 February 1917, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
138. Interview: Lines, Wilbur Emanuel (1917-2003), Clearfield, PA, Interview by his nephew Richard Lee Gleason, 11 November 1987, Notes privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
139. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversations 3 March 2016 and previous.
140. “Hyde Child Injured in Fall from Truck,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 15 July 1949, p. 1, http://newspaperarchive.com/.
141. National Cemetery Administration. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006. Original data: National Cemetery Administration. Nationwide Gravesite Locator.
142. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 189-190, cites Kevin A. Beardsley Funeral Home Obituary.
143. “The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress,” <http://www.theprogressnews.com>, No further source information currently available, Death notice published 4&|;10&|;2008, viewed on 9 Feb 2009 by Richard Lee Gleason.
144. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See <http:&|;&|;www.beardsleyfuneralhome.com>.
145. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
146. Headstone inscription from photo in possession of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is his nephew and has visited his gravesite.
147. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Reuben’s nephew.
148. Ibid. Gleason was Reuben’s nephew and met Helen on several occasions.
149. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Eliza’s Memorial # 27476814, Certificate of Death.
150. “Literary Program Thursday,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 19 February 1930, p. 7, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
151. “Curwensville by Joseph O. Errigo,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 21 March 1933, p. 6, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
152. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Barbara (Lines) Goetz, Pasadena, MD, to Richard Lee Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. shared in-person 20 April 2016.
153. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 191, misidentifies Hilda as a child of Rubin’s rather than a wife.
154. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Monroe Lines, Glen Burnie, MD, to Richard Lee Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. shared in-person 20 April 2016.
155. Eli E. Lines, Obituary, Akron Beacon Journal, 23 April 2009, Unknown Page, <http://www.legacy.com/ohio/Obituaries.asp?Page=SearchResults>, Retrieved 30 April 2009.
156. “On the Move,” Eli E. Lines, Unknown Ohio Newspaper, 2 March 1985, digital image in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
157. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. John was Gleason’s uncle and made this observation to him.
158. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Eli Enlo Lines (1922-2009), of Akron, Ohio, to his nephew Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. , .
159. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Posted to his Eli’s obituary guest book at: <http:&|;&|;www.legacy.com&|;gb2&|;default.aspx?bookid=1078163309169>.
160. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Shirley (Lines) Werner (b. abt 1959), Chesapeake, VA <surfinginva@aol.com>, to her first cousin Richard Lee Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Telephone conversation, 9 March 2016.
161. 1920 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Penn Township, enumeration district 88, p. 2B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives.
162. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., Glen Mills Schools.
163. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. See Wikipedia.
164. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. As told in a Facebook messeage from cousin Sue Lines.
165. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Mary’s Memorial #155119257.
166. John E. Lines, Obituary, Akron Beacon Journal, Akron, Ohio, 15 January 1998, p. B7.
167. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, accessed December 2008, entry for John Lines.
168. John E. Lines, Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007, Certificate: 001469; Volume: 31393, retrieved 14 April 2011, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010, citing Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-2002, State Vital Statistics Unit, Columbus, Ohio, USA., Rubber products, Machine Operator.
169. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was John’s nephew and he knew him well.
170. “15 More From County Accepted For Seabees,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 21 August 1943, p. 2, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
171. “News of Interest To And About Our Men And Women In Uniform,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 13 September 1945, Unknown Page, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
172. John E. Lines, Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007, Certificate: 001469; Volume: 31393, retrieved 14 April 2011, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010, citing Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-2002, State Vital Statistics Unit, Columbus, Ohio, USA.
173. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Susan (Lines) Harris, Akron, OH to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Edith’s daughter.
174. Ibid.
175. Headstone inscription from photo in possession of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
176. Burial Record. Hillside Memorial Park, Akron, Summit Couny, OH. Paper record in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Ingram, Ruby J.
177. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Ancestry.com, The Clearfield Progress, July 28, 1907, p. 3 “Curwensville”.
178. Undocumented Information provided by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Information told to Gleason by an unknown family member.
179. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by James Howard Ingram (1930-2016), of Montgomery, Alabama, <jing1447@bellsouth.net>, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
180. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, provided date of birth, retrieved 6 February 2009, entry for Charles F. Ingram.
181. Charles F. Ingram, Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007, Certificate: 031572; Volume: 25630, retrieved 4 May 2011, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010, citing Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-2002, State Vital Statistics Unit, Columbus, Ohio, USA.
182. Inferred from other data. Headstone photo.
183. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, Retrieved 6 February 2009, entry for Charles F. Ingram.
184. Burial Record. Hillside Memorial Park, Akron, Summit Couny, OH. Paper record in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Cheryl Lynn Ingram.
185. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Maxine’s adopted son.
186. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Cheryl “Sherry” Boal, Mahaffey, Pennsylvania, <has no email address>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Facebook message, 2 March 2016.
187. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Maxine Jane (Lines) Gleason’s adopted son.
188. “Maxine Elliott (1868-1940),” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maxine_Elliott>, Retrieved March 2010.
189. “Maxine Elliott, Actress,” Turney, Wayne S., A Glimpse of Theater History, <http://www.wayneturney.20m.com/elliotmaxine.htm>, Retrieved March 2010.
190. Biography for Maxine Elliot, “The Internet Movie Database,” Copyright © 1990-2010 IMDb.com, Inc., An Amazon.com company, <http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0254556/bio>, Retrieved March 2010.
191. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. As told to him by his mother Maxine.
192. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. as told to him by his mother.
193. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. nickname, Gleason, as a young man and early adult knew Jim.
194. Veihdeffer, Kenneth D., obituary from an outdated source. <http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/2300>, originally retrieved 13 February 2009.
195. 1930 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Lawrence Township, enumeration district 17-49, p. 20B, digital image, footnote.com, (http://www.footnote.com : retrieved 10 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, T626.
196. “Veihdeffer Family Birthdays,” The Children of Fred and Virginia (Shubert) Veihdeffer, From Vickie Stephens email dated 24 March 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason at rixxmail gmail account, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Vickie is a granddaughter of Fred and Virginia Veihdeffer.
197. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason’s mother Maxine was married to James and he met him on several occasions.
198. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Richard was Maxine adopted son.
199. Application Form, National Register of Historic Places, Abell-Gleason House, Charlottesville, VA. DHR File No. 104-0008, dated December 29, 2000. <www.dhr.virginia.gov/.../104-0008_Abell-Gleason_House_2001_Final_Nomination.pdf>
200. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, accessed 6 February 2009, entry for James E. Gleason.
201. Richard Lee Gleason compilation of handwritten notes made during interviews with various, mostly unidentified, Lines family members. These interviews were undated but mostly took place during the 1970s and 1980s. Notes privately held by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. per information given by Gleason’s mother Maxine.
202. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Jim’s step-son.
203. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Per his obituary that is in storage.
204. Ibid. Death Index indicates, “Location of Last Benefit Paid: Charlottesville ..”.
205. Ibid. Per the record.
206. Ibid. as told to him by his mother.
207. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason as a young boy was Leo’s step-son.
208. Souvenir Marriage Certificate, Leo Jackson Bonnett & Maxine Jane (Lines) Gleason, dated 16 November 1962, Beltsville, Prince Georges, MD. Photo copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
209. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason, the son of Maxine attended the ceremony.
210. Ibid. Gleason was Lillian’s nephew.
211. The Echo, Curwensville High School Yearbook, Mrs. Murphy, Teacher, Fifth Grade Roster with photo, p. 81, 1927, <http://www.pa-tree.com/curwensville/fifthgrade-1murphy.htm>.
212. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Lillian’s nephew who knew her well. Her political preference was confirmed by her sister-in-law Mary (Donahue) Lines.
213. “Curwensville by Joseph O. Errigo,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 26 November 1932, p. 5, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
214. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Charles’ nephew.
215. Vital Record: State of West Virginia, “Certificate of Death,” Eli Monroe Lines, 17 September 1930, District No. 3921; Series No. 45; 12789, West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, Retrieved 9 November 2011, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, birth date.
216. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Florence (Lines) Bucholz (b. 1929), of Parma, Ohio to her first cousin, Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. birth place.
217. “Bloom Township Native Dies In West Virginia,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, September 17, 1930, p. 8, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
218. Vital Record: State of West Virginia, “Certificate of Death,” Eli Monroe Lines, 17 September 1930, District No. 3921; Series No. 45; 12789, West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, Retrieved 9 November 2011, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
219. 1910 U.S. Census, Pocahontas County, West Virginia, population schedule, Greenbank District, enumeration district 119, p. 7B, partial digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 5 March 2011), citing the National Archives.
220. Letter: Goff, Cornelia Ellen (Lines), (Fellowsville, WV), to Florence (Lines) Bucholz, unknown Date, privately held by Florence (Lines) Bucholz, Parma, OH. 2008.
221. Peters, Gloria (Susek), Memories of My Grandfather Raymond Edward Lines (1891), Manuscript - Unpublished biography, January 2008, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, p. 2.
222. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 64, transcription cited, Clearfield Progress 23 Sep 1930 p. 3 (news print degraded, difficult to read).
223. Letter: Lines, Joseph M., to "Dear Bro" [Eli Monroe Lines (1859)]. Post Card, July 5, 1909, provided by Gloria (Susek) Peters, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, digital image in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
224. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Angella Mishelle Bloom, <bloomflowr@gmail.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 5 March 2011; cites several online sources.
225. The West Virginia Encyclopedia, West Virginia Humanities Council, Charleston, WV, © 2011 All Rights Reserved, <http://www.wvencyclopedia.org/articles/1876>, Retrieved 5 April 2011.
226. “Curwensville’s Own Column,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 26 December 1923, p. 7, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
227. “Card of Thanks: Eli M. Lines,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 23 September 1930, p. 6, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
228. Rickard, Julie Rae, Clearfield County (Images of America), only pages 1-31 are found at this site, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2003, reprinted 2004, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 29.
229. Vital Record: State of West Virginia, “Certificate of Death,” Eli Monroe Lines, 17 September 1930, District No. 3921; Series No. 45; 12789, West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, Retrieved 9 November 2011, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Informant on husband Eli’s death certificate.
230. Peters, Gloria (Susek), Memories of My Grandfather Raymond Edward Lines (1891), Manuscript - Unpublished biography, January 2008, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, p. 4.
231. Letter: Lines, Byron Francis, to Mrs Mary J. Lines [Mary Jane Patton (b. 1859)]. Post Card, 3 October 1910, privately held by Gloria (Susek) Peters, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, digital image in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
232. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 7B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
233. Edward B. Patton, Obituary, Brookville (Pennsylvania) Republican, 6 June 1907, Unknown Page, <http://www.geocities.com/jeffersonconnections/June1907.htm>, Retrieved 12 February 2009.
234. “Mrs. Eli Lyons,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 18 October 1943, p. 2, col. 6, See Gloria Susek, “Memories of My Grandfather ..”, p. 4.
235. Peters, Gloria (Susek), Memories of My Grandfather Raymond Edward Lines (1891), Manuscript - Unpublished biography, January 2008, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, p. 3.
236. “Re: Thomas R. Patton and Gen. George Patton,” Ancestry.com, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/patton/messages/5978.html>, Retrieved 16 September 2009.
237. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Florence (Lines) Bucholz (b. 1929), of Parma, Ohio to her first cousin, Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
238. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 64, Eli’s obituary.
239. Wall, Thomas Lincoln, Clearfield County Pennsylvania Present and Past, Clearfield, PA, Published by the Author, 1925, published on the Internet at, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/wall/wall-history.htm>, or, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/clearfieldpastandpresent>, p. 11 (see <http:&|;&|;www.usgwarchives.net&|;pa&|;clearfield&|;1picts&|;wall&|;chapter-01.htm>.
240. Tunnelton West Virginia, Take My Trip with photos, TakeMyTrip.com, Daniel Woodrum, <http://www.takemytrip.com/08vapawv/08n_09a.htm>, Retrieved 9 March 2011.
241. Emanuel L Wertz, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 28 April 1922, p. 3, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
242. 1900 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Precinct of Pike Township, enumeration district 94, p. 5B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 2 March 2011), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls, indicated he was born in August 1863.
243. 1880 U.S. Census, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Southampton Township, enumeration district 236, p. 333C, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 22 March 2011), citing the National Archives, Records of the Bureau of the Census, microfilm publication T9, 1454 rolls.
244. 1900 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Precinct of Pike Township, enumeration district 94, p. 5B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 2 March 2011), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.
245. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See: <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Krupp>.
246. “Descendants of George H. Hopengartner,” Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr.,, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/G...s-jr/GENE2-0001.html>, Retrieved 24 February 2009, Individual #33.
247. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
248. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 5B, digital image, <http://www.ancestry.com>, citing the National Archives, provided birth year.
249. 1870 U.S. Census, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Monroe Township, p. 562B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 22 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication T132 13 rolls.
250. 1880 U.S. Census, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Union Township, enumeration district 213, p. 113D, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 22 March 2011), citing the National Archives, Records of the Bureau of the Census, microfilm publication T9, 1454 rolls.
251. Hannah Wertz, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 8 October 1943, p. 5, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
252. “Real Estate Transfers,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 19 November 1913, p. 2, Col. 4, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
253. “1910 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Lawrence Township, Clearfield, enumeration district 64, p. 3A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives.
254. Facebook post by Roger Ingram, 29 August 2011
255. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Steve’s wife’s first husband, 1973-1977.
256. Ibid. Gleason is Christian’s father.
257. Ibid. Gleason was Patricia’s first husband.
258. Ibid. Gleason is Jaime’s father.
259. Vital Record: Utah County, Utah, “Certificate of Live Birth,” Jaime Marie Gleason, Certified 24 January 1979.
260. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is Matthew’s father.
261. Vital Record: Missoula County, Montana, “Certificate of Live Birth,” Matthew William Gleason, Certified 18 September 1981, 78833, Local File #: 1056-81.
262. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is Jacqueline’s father-in-law.
263. Personal Profile, Jacqueline Gleason, LinkedIn.com, <https://www.linkedin.com/>, Retrieved 15 March 2016.
264. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is Sean’s father.
265. Vital Record: Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, “Certificate of Live Birth,” Sean Richard Gleason, Certified 2 May 1985, 014711 B, Local File #: 1886, State File #: 146-8-1886.
266. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is Devin’s father.
267. Vital Record: Seattle-King County, Washington, “Certificate of Live Birth,” Devin Avery Gleason, Certified 19 March 1990, Local File #: 026369 - 3513, State File #: 146.
268. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Devin Avery Gleason (b. 1989) of Provo, UT, to his father Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
269. “Robert J. Gisewhite,” Obituary, Clearfield Progress, (Clearfield, PA), December ?? 1998.
270. “Alda Kula,” Obituary, Clearfield Progress, (Clearfield, PA), 16 May 1984, p. 2, Sister.
271. Inferred from other data. See obituary.
272. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Edward’s son-in-law but never met him.
273. Ibid. Gleason was Ann’s son-in-law 1973-1977.
274. Ibid. Gleason was Don’s son-in-law 1973-1977. .
275. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by William Thayne Avery (1921-2012) of Federal Way, WA, to his son-in-law Richard lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
276. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Son in-law.
277. Ibid. Bill & Marge were compiler’s in-laws.
278. Anthony “Buzz” Strong, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 9 July 2008, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library, Union Gap, WA, <yvgs@yakimavalleynetwork.com>, Obituary File.
279. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>.
280. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Hazel’s son-in-law.
281. Bryner, Marilyn (Avery) (1948-2009) Biography, February 2009, Written by her son Steven Bonholzer.
282. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Steven Bonholzer (b. 1971) of Cedar City, UT, to his uncle Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
283. Bryner, Marilyn (Avery) (1948-2009) Tributes, posted to the Yahn & Son Funeral home web site, <http://www.yahnandson.com>.
284. James R. Bonholzer Jr., Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 30 June 1983, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
285. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, James’ Memorial # 32133067.
286. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, accessed December 2008, entry for James Bonholzer.
287. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was James’ brother-in-law and personal friend.
288. Ibid. Gleason was James’ brother-in-law and personal friend.
289. Ibid. Brother in-law.
290. Ibid. Gleason was Clyde’s brother-in-law.
291. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Steven Bonholzer (b. 1971) of Cedar City, UT, to his uncle Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversation, 15 December 2010.
292. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Marilyn's brother-in-law.
293. Ibid. Gleason was Connie’s brother-in-law.
294. Ibid. Gleason was Kenn’s brother-in-law and a long-time personal friend.
295. Ibid. Gleason was Dianne’s brother-in-law.
296. Ibid. Gleason was Kenneth’s brother-in-law and a personal friend.
297. Ibid. Gleason was Peter's brother-in-law.
298. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, From her personal page.
299. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Sandy’s former brother-in-law.
300. “Funeral Services for Robert Verl Williams ,” January 2007, Mesa, Arizona.
301. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Robert’s brother-in-law.
302. “Funeral Services for Robert Verl Williams ,” January 2007, Mesa, Arizona, p. 4.
303. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, His personal page.
304. Ibid. Sandy (Williams) Shaw page, 5 Jul 2015.
305. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Janice’s brother-in-law 1977-1999.
306. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, Robbie’s personal page.
307. Ibid. David’s profile.
308. Richard Lee Gleason compilation of handwritten notes made during interviews with various, mostly unidentified, Lines family members. These interviews were undated but mostly took place during the 1970s and 1980s. Notes privately held by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason’s mother Maxine had told him this story.
309. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. as told to him by his mother Maxine.
310. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Ancestry.com, The Clearfield Progress, Monday Evening, April 26, 1920, News of our Neighbors, Curwensville, p. 3 “Curwesnville” (See Notes).
311. Ibid. Ancestry.com, The Clearfield Progress, Monday Evening, April 26, 1920, News of our Neighbors, Curwensville, p. 3 “Curwesnville”.
312. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. As told to him by his mother Maxine.
313. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.
314. Maxine Yednak, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 29 October 2004, p. 16, Photo copy provided by Sandy Logue, N. Canton, Ohio, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Step Daughter, daughter of wife Barbara.
315. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>.
316. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is Susan’s First Cousin.
317. Ibid. Gleason was Larrry’s wife Susan’s cousin.
318. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Shirley (Lines) Werner (b. abt 1959), Chesapeake, VA <surfinginva@aol.com>, to her first cousin Richard Lee Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
319. Ibid. Telephone conversation, 12 March 2016.
320. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Mary (Donahue) Lines, Akron, Ohio, to her nephew Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversation 19 March 2011.
321. Ibid. telephone conversation 3 April 2011.
322. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by James Howard Ingram (1930-2016), of Montgomery, Alabama, <jing1447@bellsouth.net>, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. James is Charles' brother.
323. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Mary (Donahue) Lines, Akron, Ohio, to her nephew Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Mary was long-time friends with Donetta until Donetta's death.
324. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by James Howard Ingram (1930-2016), of Montgomery, Alabama, <jing1447@bellsouth.net>, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. James is Mary Lou's brother-in-law.
325. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, Son Toby’s Facebook page, 27 February 2016, see Jim’s notes.
326. Ibid. Posted to his Facebook page, 27 February 2016.
327. Ibid. Jim’s message dated 25 Aug 2011.
328. Social Security Card #220-56-6091, Original in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. My comment posted to Jim’s granddaughter Ashley Ingram Taylor’s Facebook page message about his death on 26 Feb 2016. .
329. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by James Howard Ingram (1930-2016), of Montgomery, Alabama, <jing1447@bellsouth.net>, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Facebook personal message dated 22 May 2009.
330. Ibid. James is Bertha Lee's brother.
331. Ibid. James is Roger's brother.
332. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Roger Ingram, Caldwell, Ohio, <no email address on record>, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Posted on his Facebook profile.
333. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, Wall posting dated 29 January 2011.
334. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Roger Ingram, Caldwell, Ohio, <no email address on record>, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Facebook private message, 24 Oct 2011.
335. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., USS Bashaw.
336. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Roger Ingram, Caldwell, Ohio, <no email address on record>, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Facebook personal message, 24 October 2011.
337. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by James Howard Ingram (1930-2016), of Montgomery, Alabama, <jing1447@bellsouth.net>, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. James is Cheryl's brother.
338. Harry L. Lines, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 3 February 2009, Unknown Page, Transcribed by Beulah White, beginning at <http://genforum.genealogy.com/pa/clearfield/messages/903.html>.
339. “Marriage License Applications,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 18 March 1958, p. 12, col. 3, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.
340. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Clearfield Progress, 24 February 1960, p. 3, col. 3 “Hello World”.
341. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Lorilee Lines (b. 1961), of Seattle, Washington, <margwebkirby@aol.com>, to her cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Lorilee was Harry’s niece.
342. Ibid.
343. “Marriage License Applications,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 18 March 1958, p. 12, col. 3, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010, “Barbara Jean Cowder”.
344. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. “Barb”.
345. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Carol (Lines) Spingola, Clearfield, PA, to Richard Lee Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
346. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 190, cites Kevin A. Beardsley Funeral Home Obituary for his mother Margaret.
347. “300 To Participate in Junior High Minstrel Show Monday, Tuesday,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 20 November 1954, p. 10 col. 2 par. 4, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
348. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Telephone Conversation, 16 March 2016 and earlier conversations.
349. Ibid. Telephone conversation, 16 March 2016.
350. Ibid. Telephone conversations 19 March, 6 April 2011, 3 March 2016 and 16 March 2016.
351. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is Wilbir’s First Cousin.
352. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., Fanny Brice.
353. Ibid. USS Hermitage (LSD-34).
354. Ibid. USS Rockbridge (APA-228).
355. Ibid. Vieques, Puerto Rico.
356. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversation 11 March 2011.
357. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason a first cousin, always heard him referred to with this nickname.
358. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. see his half-brother Orville’s notes.
359. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Steve “Ortie” Lines, Hagerstown, MD <no email address on record>, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
360. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Florence’s cousin and they collaborated and shared information on family history together.
361. Interview: Bucholz, Robert John (b 1923), Parma, Ohio, Interview by his nephew Richard Lee Gleason, 17 January 1993, Notes privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
362. “Unknown Title,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 20 June 1942, p. 3, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
363. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 190, cites Kevin A. Beardsley Funeral Home Obituary for her mother Margaret.
364. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, Posted by daughter Laura on 18 Feb 15.
365. Ibid. Message posted to my page on 17 Feb 2015 by 1st cousin Carol Spingola.
366. Ibid. Richard Lee Gleason Comment to Laura Lewis post.
367. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Laura Lewis email dated 14 March 2010.
368. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was a brother-in-law of James’ son James Jr.
369. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Son James’ Memorial # 32133067.
370. Mrs. Marlie Ellinger Died Tuesday Afternoon, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 17 June 1931, p. 3, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
371. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Marlie’s step-Grandson and met his wife Margaret one time.
372. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Julie Bonholzer Mills (b. 1969), of Federal Way, WA, to her uncle Richard lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
373. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is Julie Bonholzer’s uncle.
374. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Julie Bonholzer Mills (b. 1969), of Federal Way, WA, to her uncle Richard lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Julie is Chris' spouse.
375. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See http:&|;&|;news.google.com&|;newspapers?nid=336&dat=19500614&id=c4MOAAAAIBAJ&sjid=zH8DAAAAIBAJ&pg=7045,3338019.
376. Ibid. See http:&|;&|;www.answers.com&|;topic&|;christensen-boyles-corporation.
377. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, Ed’s wall.
378. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is Jessica’s Uncle.
379. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, malissa personal page.
380. Ibid. Her personal page.
381. Ibid. Personal page.
382. E-Mail: Eileen (Bloom) Caylor, Sterling, Virginia, <ecaylor_64@msn.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 8 December 2010, “Bloom Family Questions,” Eileen indicates, most of the info is from LDS, Salt Lake City, UT, with info from among other sources including Clearfield Co. Centre Co. & Mifflin Co. PA Historical Societies, as well as Hunterdon Co. NJ, Bedford Co. PA & Hampshire Co. WV courthouses, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
383. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Elizabeth’s step-father, 2004-2007.
384. Ibid. Gleason was Grace’s step-father, 2004-2007.
385. Ibid. Gleason was Victoria’s step-father, 2004-2007.
386. Ibid. Gleason was Courtney’s step-father, 2004-2007.
387. “Zillah Cemetery,” [Zillah, Yakima, Washington], http://wagenweb.org/yakima/cemetery/zillah/index.html.
388. John A. Strong, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 16 April 2007, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
389. E-Mail: Richard Lee Gleaosn, Lewiston, Idaho, ricksgenealogy@gmail.com, Sandy (Strong) Stancliffe, 14 April 2007, “John,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
390. Toppenish from Sagebrush to 1997, Toppenish, WA, Toppenish Historical Society, 1997, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, pp. 271-273.
391. Simon Strong Sr., Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 1 January 1981, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
392. Toppenish from Sagebrush to 1997, Toppenish, WA, Toppenish Historical Society, 1997, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 271, col. 3.
393. Caroline Margaret Sitton Strong, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 18 December 1997, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
394. 1913 Yakima Census, Yakima Agency, Yakima Reservation, Washington, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian census Rolls, 1885-1940, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M595, roll 673, p. 80.
395. 1916 Yakima Census, Yakima Agency, Yakima Reservation, Washington, p. 9, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian census Rolls, 1885-1940, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M595, roll 673.
396. 1922 Yakima Census, Yakima Agency, Yakima Reservation, Washington, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian census Rolls, 1885-1940, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M595, roll 675.
397. 1937 Yakima Census, Yakima Agency, Yakima Reservation, Washington, p. 165, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian census Rolls, 1885-1940, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M595, 692 rolls.
398. Rose E. Corbett, Note Card, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File, Yakima, WA, Copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
399. Elmer V. Corbett, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 18 August 1941, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
400. Vital Record: State of Washington, “Death Certificate,” Elmer Victor Corbett, 18 August 1941, File #351, Register page 28, Copy in possession of Sandra Lee Strong.
401. Memorial Card: Florence “Potch” Jensen, Colonial Funeral Home, 2 November 1993, Toppenish, WA, in possession of Sandra Lee Strong, Toppenish, WA.
402. Toppenish from Sagebrush to 1997, Toppenish, WA, Toppenish Historical Society, 1997, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 271-272, citing Survey taken June 10, 1925, taken from the Industrial Report of the Yakama Indian Reservation 1924-1925.
403. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Deaths Occuring Between the Dtaes if April 1, 1931 and March 31, 1932 of Indians Enrolled at Jurisiction. Yakima, WA, U.S. Indian Census Rolls, 1885-1940 at Ancetry.com.
404. Ibid. Indian census Rolls, 1885-1940, “Deaths Occurring Between the Dates of April 1, 1934 to December 31, 1934 of Indians Enrolled at the Yakima Reservation”, from Ancestry.com.
405. Vital Record: State of Washington, “Death Certificate,” Rose Eneas Corbett, 6 May 1959, File #11163, Register page 48, Copy in possession of Sandra Lee Strong.
406. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Sandra Lee Strong (b. 1961) of Toppenish, WA, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. “Fred” is Sandra’s great grandfather.
407. Vital Record: State of Washington, “Death Certificate,” Virgil Fred Jensen, June 1953, File #11806, Photo copy in possession of Sandra Lee Strong, “Fred’s” great granddaughter .
408. Vital Record: State of Washington, “Affidavit For Correction of a Record,” File #58357, 16 July 1953, Virgil Fred Jensen, Copy in possession of Sandra Lee Strong, “Fred’s” great granddaughter, Corrected birth date.
409. 1929 Yakima Census, Yakima Agency, Yakima Reservation, Washington, p. 62, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian census Rolls, 1885-1940, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M595, 692 rolls.
410. 1923 Yakima Census, Yakima Agency, Yakima Reservation, Washington, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian census Rolls, 1885-1940, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M595, roll 675.
411. 1916 Grande Ronde Census, Grande Ronde Agency, Oregon, p. 1, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian census Rolls, 1885-1940, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M595, roll 506.
412. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Sandra Lee Strong (b. 1961) of Toppenish, WA, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. provided nickname, Sandra is Lorens’ second great-granddaughter.
413. Johnson, H.M., A History of The City of Toppenish, Reprint, Toppenish, WA, Toppenish Historical Museum Board, 1989 (originally printed in 1927), Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 22.
414. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Sandra Lee Strong (b. 1961) of Toppenish, WA, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Sandra is Lorens’ second great-granddaughter.
415. Toppenish from Sagebrush to 1997, Toppenish, WA, Toppenish Historical Society, 1997, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1.
416. Vital Record: State of Washington, “Death Certificate,” Julia Jensen, 7 January 1913, File #9953, Copy in possession of Sandra Lee Strong, Julia’s second great-granddaughter.
417. Heather Morgan unsourced article sent to Sandra Lee Strong by Chick McConnell of Seattle, Wa.
418. Bonny, Wm., History of Pierce County (volume 3), 1927, Information provided by Sandra Lee Strong but this source was NOT seen.
419. Vital Record: State of Washington, “Death Certificate,” Elizabeth Nelson, 4 June 1917, Copy in possession of Sandra Lee Strong.
420. Peter Loren Jensen, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 17 May 1937, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
421. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Cathy Wiseman McCarty Phillips (adopted), of Salem, OR <craftycathyc7@aol.com> to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 25 February 2011.
422. “Klickitat County Marriage Records, 1867 to 1997,” Washington State Digital Archives, (http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov : retrieved 11 March 2011), transcription and image.
423. Philip C. Jensen, Note Card, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File, Yakima, WA, Copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
424. Peter Loren Jensen, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 17 May 1937, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File, “Leslie”.
425. Mary Jane Jensen, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 3 November 1989, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
426. 1937 Yakima Census, Yakima Agency, Yakima Reservation, Washington, p. 165, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian census Rolls, 1885-1940, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M595, 692 rolls, confirmed also by Indian census Rolls, 1885-1940, “Live Births Occurring Between the Dates of January 1, 1936 to Decenber 31, 1936 to Parents Enrolled at Jurisdiction” from Ancestry.com.
427. E-Mail: Laynette Haas, Albuquerque, NM, <Laynette.Haas@chickasaw.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 4 November 2011, “Anthony Buster Strong,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
428. Howard Strong, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 28 April 1976, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
429. James Strong, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 23 January 1986, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
430. 1931 Yakima Census, Yakima Agency, Yakima Reservation, Washington, p. 168, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian census Rolls, 1885-1940, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M595, roll 677.
431. Deaths Occurring Between the Dates of January 1, 1935 and December 31, 1935, Yakima Agency, Yakima Reservation, Washington, 107240, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian census Rolls, 1885-1940, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M595, 692 rolls, provided death place.
432. Ibid.
433. Memorial Card: Stanley D. Jensen, Colonial Funeral Home, 2 July 1977, Toppenish, WA, in possession of Sandra Lee Strong, Toppenish, WA.
434. Stanley D. Jensen, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 30 June 1977, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
435. George F. Jensen, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 26 July 1996, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File, “Katie”.
436. Memorial Card: George F. Jensen, Colonial Funeral Home, 27 July 1996, Toppenish, WA, in possession of Sandra Lee Strong, Toppenish, WA.
437. George F. Jensen, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 26 July 1996, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
438. Iris Lee (Broderson) Jensen, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 29 November 2003, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
439. Memorial Card: A. E. “Pat” Jensen, Colonial Funeral Home, Toppenish, WA, in possession of Sandra Lee Strong, Toppenish, WA.
440. Cleo Rose Jensen, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 28 November 1999, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
441. A.E. Jensen, Obituary, Yakima (Washington) Herald Republic, 26 May 1981, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
442. Memorial Card: Mary Jane Jensen, Colonial Funeral Home, 4 November 1989, Toppenish, WA, in possession of Sandra Lee Strong, Toppenish, WA.
443. 1929 Yakima Census, Yakima Agency, Yakima Reservation, Washington, p. 62, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian census Rolls, 1885-1940, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M595, 692 rolls, Allotment #1984, identifies her as Vina J. Jensen and head of household.
444. Ibid. inferred.
445. Linn, John Blair, History of Centre and Clinton Counties, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1883, Published in part on The Internet, 2008, by SearchforAncestors.com, <http://www.searchforancestors.com/bios/pennsylvani...on/antes_philip.html>.
446. Stevens, Sylvester K., Philip S. Klein, Editor, The Centre Furnace Story: A Return to Our Roots, State College, PA, The Centre County Historical Society, 1985.
447. Heitman, Francis B., Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution, April 1775 to December 1783, Washington, D.C., The Rare Book Shop Publishing Company, Inc., 1914, Published on the Internet at <http://www.archive.org>.
448. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>.
449. “Visiting the Centre Furnace Mansion,” Centre County Historical Society, <http://www.centrecountyhistory.org/mansion.html>, Centre Furnace Mansion Residents.
450. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, pp. 679-681.
451. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 16.
452. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 365.
453. “A Brief Sketch of Captain Joseph Davis and Lieutenant William Jones of The Pennsylvania Line ..,” Read before the Wyoming [PA] Historical and Genealogical Society on May 21, 1897, Hayden, Horace Edwin Rev., M.A., Wilkes-Barre, PA, E. B. Yordy - Printer, 1897, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>.
454. “Visiting the Centre Furnace Mansion,” Centre County Historical Society, <http://www.centrecountyhistory.org/mansion.html>.
455. “Milesburg, Pennsylvania,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milesburg, Retrieved 4 March 2009.
456. “The Winter Encampment at Valley Forge,” <http://historical-travels.com/2009/08/16/the-winter-encampment-at-valley-forge/>, Retrieved February 2010, Printout in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
457. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 452.
458. “Brief Penn State History - Penn State Founded at Centre Furnace,” Centre County Historical Society, <http://www.centrecountyhistory.org/history/psuhistory.html>, Retrieved 27 September 2010.
459. DAR Patriot Index, Washington, D.C., National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1966, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library.
460. Hook, J.N., Family Names, The Origins, Meanings, Mutations, and History of More Than 2,800 American Names, New York, Collier Books, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1982, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 101.
461. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Robert_Morris_%28financier%29.
462. Rappleye, Charles, Robert Morris: Financier of the American Revolution, New York, Simon & Schuster, 2010, p. 517.
463. “The Society of The Cincinnati,” <http://www.societyofthecincinnati.org/>.
464. “The State Society of the Cincinnati of Pennsylvania,” <http://pasocietyofthecincinnati.org/>, Retrieved 13 September 2010, Cinnweb&|;SOC&|;1-1-1main.asp.
465. Ibid.
466. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See newspaper article images in possession of Richard Lee Gleason.
467. “History 1774-1799,” 2008, First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry, <http://www.firsttroop.com>, Retrieved 18 November 2008.
468. Brodsky, Alyn, Benjamin Rush: Patriot and Physician, 2004, preview published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 136.
469. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. http:&|;&|;www.merriam-webster.com&|;dictionary&|;specie.
470. Auction Catalog, Heritage Rare Books & Manuscripts, Signature Auction #683, Volume One, Manuscripts, June 4-5, 2008, Dallas TX, <http://historical.ha.com/common/auction/catalog.ph...dSearch=View+Catalog> p. 17.
471. Johnson, Sherry <sherrjoh7@yahoo.com>, “World Connect Project: Johnson, Hughes, Willis, Byrd and Related Families,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=123103sj>, Retrieved February 2010.
472. Sayers, Jeannie <herbladyherbhome@yahoo.com>, “World Connect Project: Thorn and Van Valkenburgh-A page about Yondering-going to the Far side of the Mountains,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=hawkewinde>, Retrieved November 2008 & February 2010.
473. Letter: Lines, William Edward, to "My Dear Sister" [Cornelia Ellen Lines (1893)]. Post Card, March 1, 1916, provided by Gloria (Susek) Peters, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, digital image in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, dated Mar 1, 1916, William mentions he “will soon be 34”.
474. William Edward Lines, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 5 June 1937, p. 2, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
475. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 64.
476. Ibid. p. 66.
477. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 33.
478. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 81, cites 1900 Census Records, Bloom-Twp., Clearfield Co., PA, Enumerated 11th of June 1900, House 264, Family 207.
479. Ibid. p. 64, father’s obituary.
480. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., Mayview State Hospital.
481. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. provided nickname. Gleason was Ray’s great-nephew.
482. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Gloria (Susek) Peters (b. 1950), Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, to her second cousin Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Email dated 28 Oct 2008, Subject “Genealogy Ray Lines”.
483. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, accessed December 2008, entry for Raymond E. Lines.
484. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Gloria (Susek) Peters (b. 1950), Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, to her second cousin Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
485. Raymond E. Lyons, Register of Enlistments, United States Army, p. 59, Register Number 1080:2, retrieved 22 March 2011, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010, citing Register of Enlistments in the U.S. Army, 1798-1914, National Archives Microfilm Publication M233, 81 rolls.
486. “World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918,” digital images, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 22 March 2011), Raymond Edward Lyons, No. 141, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Draft Board, citing World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication M1509; no specific roll cited.
487. Peters, Gloria (Susek), Memories of My Grandfather Raymond Edward Lines (1891), Manuscript - Unpublished biography, January 2008, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, pp. 2-4, 6-7.
488. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Gloria (Susek) Peters (b. 1950), Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, to her second cousin Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Telephone conversation, 4 March 2016.
489. Ibid. E-mail dated 28 Oct 2008, Subject “Genealogy Ray Lines”.
490. Raymond E. Lines Jr., Obituary, Unknown Newspaper, Unknown Date, 1995, Unknown Page, Digital image in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
491. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. This information from photos provided by Gloria Susek Peters to the compiler of this record and held in his possession.
492. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Gloria (Susek) Peters (b. 1950), Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, to her second cousin Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. E-mail dated 28 Oct 2008, Subject “Genealogy Ray Lines”; and email dated 29 May 2009 identifies Mary’s nickname .
493. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Cornelia Ellen (Lines) Susek (b. 1921), of Cape Elizabeth, Maine, to her second cousin, Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
494. Peters, Gloria (Susek), Memories of My Grandfather Raymond Edward Lines (1891), Manuscript - Unpublished biography, January 2008, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, pp. 3-4.
495. 1930 U.S. Census, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pittsburgh City, 23rd Ward, enumeration district 12, p. 9A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.
496. E-Mail: Gloria Peters, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 16 May 2014, “Re: Lines/Lane Marriage,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
497. Peters, Gloria (Susek), Memories of My Grandfather Raymond Edward Lines (1891), Manuscript - Unpublished biography, January 2008, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, p. 7.
498. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Lawrence Grover Kline (b. 1943), Huntsville, Alabama, <lgklsk@ardmore.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
499. Peters, Gloria (Susek), Memories of My Grandfather Raymond Edward Lines (1891), Manuscript - Unpublished biography, January 2008, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, p. 6.
500. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Lawrence Grover Kline (b. 1943), Huntsville, Alabama, <lgklsk@ardmore.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversation 22 January 2011.
501. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is Okey’s great nephew and knew him as a young boy.
502. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 153, <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/pafg27.htm>.
503. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 858, col. 1.
504. Graham, Colleen (Laird), “World Connect Project: Our Family,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:2859273>, Retrieved January 2010.
505. Vital Record: “Registration of Marriage in the County of Clearfield, PA,” Wm. Lines and Mary Ann Bloom, Marriage No. 12, 26 January 1853, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/vitals/m...2-marriage-12-13.jpg>, Retrieved 11 February 2009.
506. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>.
507. 1880 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Bloom Township, population schedule, roll T9_1116; Family History Film: 1255116, p. 89.2000, enumeration district 260, image 0182, <http://www.ancestry.com>.
508. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, pp. 5, 8.
509. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 432.
510. “Mrs. Mary Ann Lines,” Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 6 October 1932, p. 6, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
511. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 153, as transcribed at http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/pafg27.htm, viewed by Richard Lee Gleason on 13 Feb 2009.
512. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Bloom Township, enumeration district 50, p. 3A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 21 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
513. “Mary Ann Bloom Lines,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Various Dates, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991/person/-921885335/media/4>, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
514. Graham, Colleen (Laird), “World Connect Project: Our Family,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:2859273>, Retrieved January 2010, :2859273 Colleen Graham.
515. “Mary Ann Bloom Lines,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Various Dates, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991/person/-921885335/media/4>, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006., 23 November 1929, Saturday Evening issue, p. 10.
516. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Nathan Zipfel, transcriber, Extractions from 1862 Issues, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/saving-graves/18...publican-1862-issues>, Issue dated September 3, 1852.
517. “Ancestry.com Lines Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.lines>, George Lyons, posted on 4 Jul 2000.
518. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 57.
519. Colleen (Laird) Graham site owner, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/3771470>.
520. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 8, birth year 1857.
521. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 114.
522. 1930 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, enumeration district 17-60, p. 9B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 12 May 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.
523. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 8A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
524. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 62.
525. Ibid. pp. 68-69.
526. Ibid. p. 68.
527. Ibid. pp. 64, 68.
528. Ibid. p. 64, brother Eli’s obituary.
529. “1920 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Bloom Township, enumeration district 51, p. 3A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 25 May 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T625, 2,076 rolls.
530. “Bloom Township Native Dies In West Virginia,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, September 17, 1930, p. 8, <http://newspaperarchive.com>, brother Eli’s obituary.
531. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 70.
532. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth McKendrick, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 21 December 1945 , p. 8, Source 354 p. 71, cites the above newspaper information.
533. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 71, cites Clearfield Progress, December 21, 1945 Friday, Funeral Notice, p. 8.
534. Ibid. p. 72.
535. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 8.
536. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 75.
537. Ibid. p. 75, cites The Progress Newspaper, February 14, 1949 Monday, p. 8.
538. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 145.
539. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 64, 76-78.
540. Ibid. p. 77, cites The Progress Newspaper, October 11, 1954 Monday.
541. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
542. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 77-78, cites The Progress, Monday October 11, 1954.
543. Ibid. p. 78, cites The Progress Newspaper, October 19, 1954.
544. 1920 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Greenwood Township, enumeration district 89, p. 1B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives, “Lois F”; provided birth place.
545. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, “Louise” see her son Otis’ obituary.
546. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 76; “Lois G”.
547. Ibid. p. 76.
548. 1920 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Greenwood Township, enumeration district 89, p. 1B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives.
549. Interview: Goff, Cornelia Ellen (Lines) (1893-1993), Fellowsville, West Virginia, Interview by her great nephew Richard Lee Gleason, during the early 1970s, Notes privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, was known as “Wallace”.
550. “World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942,” digital images, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 24 March 2011), Mark Wallace Lyons, Dubois, Clearfield, Pennsylvania - Local Board No. 2, citing United States, Selective Service System, Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration, National Archives and Records Administration, Note: The Fourth Registration, often referred to as “the old man’s registration”, was conducted on 27 April 1942.
551. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 82, cites Sherry Jesberger, Chestnut Grove Cemetery Transcripts, Row 16, 1876-1967.
552. “World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942,” digital images, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 24 March 2011), Mark Wallace Lyons, Dubois, Clearfield, Pennsylvania - Local Board No. 2, citing United States, Selective Service System, Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration, National Archives and Records Administration, Note: The Fourth Registration, often referred to as “the old man’s registration”, was conducted on 27 April 1942, “Row 16” cites Chestnut Grove Cemetery Transcripts.
553. Ibid. B&O Railroad.
554. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> my notes cites 1930 census with his wife Jessie.
555. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 81.
556. Ibid. p. 81, cites WWI-Draft Reg., 080-0465.
557. Ibid. p. 81, cites 1920 Census, Sandy Twp., Clearfield Co., PA, 7A-ED 15, #432 106-111.
558. Ibid. p. 81, cites 1930 Census Du Bois, Clearfield-Co., PA, 5B ED 30, Garfield Ave house 80 #108-122.
559. “Family Lines,” site owner cGraham9290 - Colleen Graham, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/3771470/.
560. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> my notes cite 1930 census.
561. “1850 U.S. Census,” Brady Township, Clearfield Co., PA, population schedule, p. 424, family 54.
562. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”.
563. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Calculated birth date by using headstone inscription, “73 YRS., 3 M. & 24 D.”.
564. “Register Report for Nathaniel Lines,” From Marilyn Ann (Masters) Frantz, <mjf100@windstream.net>, email dated 16 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 1.
565. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 1.
566. Ibid. p. 5, cites 1870 Mortality Schedule, Brady Twp, Clfd Co., PA, 1 line 6 family #168.
567. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 1; See also Beer’s Commeorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania, p. 857.
568. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Joyce (Lines) Cain, <js20wd@netsync.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 17 April 2011.
569. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 1.
570. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 2, cites 1860 Census Brady Twp, Clearfield Co., PA.
571. “Genealogy.com Lines Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/lines/>, Peggy Gardner, posted June 20, 2000.
572. Ibid. Linda Winkler, posted June 20, 1998.
573. “Genealogy.com Peoples Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/peoples/>, James Peoples, posted December 18, 2003.
574. “Ancestry.com Lines Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.lines>, Jerry Lines, posted on 26 July 2009.
575. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 1, cites 1850 Census Brady Twp, Clearfield Co., PA.
576. “Register Report for Nathaniel Lines,” From Marilyn Ann (Masters) Frantz, <mjf100@windstream.net>, email dated 16 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 2.
577. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 2.
578. timeanddate.com, as determined by using Date Calculator, Time and Date AS, <http://www.timeanddate.com/date/dateadd.html>, As calculated by Richard Lee Gleason using a known date <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, inferred from headstone inscription.
579. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 7.
580. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, Recorded 7 June 1894.
581. Luthersburg Union Cemetery Record of Interments, [Luthersburg, Clearfield, PA], <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=176695>, Retrieved 4 March 2010. Catherine M, Lines Hollipeter.
582. “Ancestry.com Lines Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.lines>, Marie Post, posted on 22 May 2009.
583. E-Mail: Elizabeth Rogers, to Richard Lee Gleason, 31 August 2010, “It’s Bette & Harley,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
584. Luthersburg Union Cemetery Record of Interments, [Luthersburg, Clearfield, PA], <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=176695>, Retrieved 4 March 2010.
585. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 21.
586. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 7-8, cites census records for Union Twp, Clearfield Co., PA.
587. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated September 26, 1860.
588. Ibid. Issue dated April 17, 1861.
589. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 43-44, cites Clearfield Progress Newspaper, March 7, 1958, p. 12.
590. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, pp. 2, 10, 18.
591. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 5.
592. Luthersburg Union Cemetery Record of Interments, [Luthersburg, Clearfield, PA], <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=176695>, Retrieved 4 March 2010. Jesse Lines.
593. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 858, cols. 1 & 2.
594. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 48, cites [Beers] Commemorative Biographical Record (1898).
595. “Genealogy.com Lines Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/lines/>, Jerry Lines, posted January 3, 2000.
596. “Ancestry.com Lines Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.lines>.
597. Luthersburg Union Cemetery Record of Interments, [Luthersburg, Clearfield, PA], <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=176695>, Retrieved 4 March 2010. Lavina M lines.
598. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, pp. 2, 4.
599. “Register Report for Nathaniel Lines,” From Marilyn Ann (Masters) Frantz, <mjf100@windstream.net>, email dated 16 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 3.
600. E-Mail: Marie (Platt) Post, Towanda, Pennsylvania, to Richard Lee Gleason, 2 March 2010, “Re: Lines Family,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
601. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, pp. 3, 7.
602. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 857, col. 2.
603. “Genealogy.com Peoples Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/peoples/>, Marie Platt Post, posted December 2, 2008.
604. “Ancestry.com Lines Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.lines>, Marie Post, posted 22 May 2009.
605. 1860 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, free schedule, Rockton, Union Township, p. 57, digital image, provided by Marie (Platt) Post, email dated 14 March 2010, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
606. Benjamin Harley, Obituary, Raftsman Journal, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 26 September 1888.
607. “Register Report for Nathaniel Lines,” From Marilyn Ann (Masters) Frantz, <mjf100@windstream.net>, email dated 16 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 3, provided death place.
608. Benjamin Harley, Obituary, Raftsman Journal, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 26 September 1888, “at the residence of his son, B.F. Harley”.
609. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Elizabeth Ann Gross (b. 1929), of Pensacola, Florida, <erod29@cox.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. see email dated 23 October 2010.
610. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Wikipedia.
611. “Ancestry.com Lines Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.lines>, George Lyons, posted on 4 Jul 2000, Marie Post, posted on 22 May 2009.
612. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 3.
613. Luthersburg Union Cemetery Record of Interments, [Luthersburg, Clearfield, PA], <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=176695>, Retrieved 4 March 2010. Sarah Lines.
614. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 6.
615. Democratic Banner, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1848, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-count...c-banner-1848-issues>, Retrieved 1 October 2010, Issue dated February 12, 1848.
616. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 56, cites 1900 Census.
617. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 858, col. .
618. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 23, provided year of birth.
619. “Barron, William B. Family,” Gedcom file, downloaded 23 October 2010, containing 23,211 names, submitted by William Barron and dated February 2010, Sun City, Florida, <http://www.w1wab.com/>, provided birth place.
620. Ibid.
621. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 23.
622. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated August 9, 1854.
623. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 3; provided year.
624. “Register Report for Nathaniel Lines,” From Marilyn Ann (Masters) Frantz, <mjf100@windstream.net>, email dated 16 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 1; Provided full date and place.
625. E-Mail: Elizabeth Rogers, to Richard Lee Gleason, 31 August 2010, “It’s Bette & Harley,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Edward Wriggle and Elizabeth Harley are this sources great grandparents.
626. “Genealogy.com Lines Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/lines/>, Linda Elaine Winkler, posted January 3, 1999.
627. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, pp. 3, 8.
628. “Ancestry.com Lines Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.lines>, Jerry Lines, posted on 26 Jul 2009.
629. E-Mail: Jerry Lines, to Richard Lee Gleason, 6 November 2009, “Nathanial Lines, Joseph,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
630. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, pp. 3, 8-9.
631. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 4, 6, cites Commemorative Biographical Records (1898), pp. 857-858.
632. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, pp. 3, 9.
633. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>.
634. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 33, cites U.S. Census records and [Beers] Commemorative Biographical Record, 1898, p. 858.
635. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, pp. 3, 9-10.
636. “Genealogy.com Lines Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/lines/>, Peggy Gardner, posted June 18, 2000.
637. Luthersburg Union Cemetery Record of Interments, [Luthersburg, Clearfield, PA], <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=176695>, Retrieved 4 March 2010. Mary M Lines.
638. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 34.
639. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated April 15, 1863.
640. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 4, cites Commemorative Biographical Records (1898), pp. 857-858.
641. Ibid. pp. 34-35.
642. Buchwald, Etta Lyons, Research on Lyons/Lions/Lines Family of Centre Co., PA, Compiled Genealogy, Elizabethtown, PA, 1992, Centre County Library and Historical Museum, scan 4, spells surname Lyons; birth place Chester County, PA.
643. “Register Report for Nathaniel Lines,” From Marilyn Ann (Masters) Frantz, <mjf100@windstream.net>, email dated 16 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 1; birth place Centre County, PA.
644. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 1, “Sara”.
645. Buchwald, Etta Lyons, Research on Lyons/Lions/Lines Family of Centre Co., PA, Compiled Genealogy, Elizabethtown, PA, 1992, Centre County Library and Historical Museum, scan 4, “Sarah Lyons”.
646. “Register Report for Nathaniel Lines,” From Marilyn Ann (Masters) Frantz, <mjf100@windstream.net>, email dated 16 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 1, “Sara”.
647. Ibid. p. 1; provided birth place.
648. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 1; see also Beer’s Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania, p. 857.
649. Buchwald, Etta Lyons, Research on Lyons/Lions/Lines Family of Centre Co., PA, Compiled Genealogy, Elizabethtown, PA, 1992, Centre County Library and Historical Museum, scan 3, spells surname Lyons.
650. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, pp. 1-2; See also Beer’s Commeorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania, p. 857.
651. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 2, 6, cites 1860 Census Brady Twp, Clearfield Co., PA.
652. Buchwald, Etta Lyons, Research on Lyons/Lions/Lines Family of Centre Co., PA, Compiled Genealogy, Elizabethtown, PA, 1992, Centre County Library and Historical Museum, scan 3, provided surname and place of death.
653. “Mays Family,” Gedcom file adding 1851 unique names, to Richard Lee Gleason dated 17 September 2016 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, submitted by William Robert Mays (b. 1948).
654. “Mays Family Tree,” Link Provided by William Robert Mays (b. 1948), <BMays@calloneonline.com>, Indian Harbor Beach, FL , <http://ourforebearers.gnc.net/wc02/wc02_143.htm>, Retrieved 10 March 2016.
655. “Mays Reunion for the Mac File,” Containing 2337 Individual Records, shared by William Robert Mays, Indian Harbor Beach, Florida, <BMays@calloneonline.com>, via file copied by Richard Lee Gleason, 14 April 2016 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
656. E-Mail: William Mays, Indian Harbor Beach, FL, <BMays@calloneonline.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 3 March 2016, “RE: Cousins, Digital Pictures,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
657. E-Mail: William Mays, Indian Harbor Beach, FL, <BMays@calloneonline.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 18 November 2014, “RE: Bloomfest 2015,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Attached Word doc “Biography 3 Bill”.
658. Personal Profile, Bill Mays, LinkedIn, <https://www.linkedin.com/>, Retrieved 10 March 2016.
659. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Ralph’s Memorial #127595069, provides Middle name.
660. Ibid. Ralph’s Memorial #127595069.
661. “World War II Honoree: World War II Registry,” Ralph S. Mays, Hometown: Altoona, PA, Honored by Barbera Jakubanis & William Mays, Daughter & Son, National World War II Memorial, Washington, D.C., <WWIIMemorial.com>, Retrieved 7 September 2016.
662. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Hazel’s Memorial #127594242.
663. Ibid. George’s Memorial #125884549.
664. “Eldon Lucas Sr Family Site,” Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://www.myfamily.com/isapi.dll?c=s&htx=m&siteid=k6kGAI>, Family Tree, Retrieved March 2010.
665. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, “Emily” Recorded June 7, 1894.
666. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> http:&|;&|;www.pagenweb.org&|;~clearfield&|;cemeteries&|;lumbercity-penn.htm.
667. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, Chapter 26, pp. 428-434.
668. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 402.
669. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, Recorded Nov 10, 1904.
670. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Commemorative Biographical Records of Central Pennsylvania, 1898.
671. E-Mail: Mary (Graham) McCartt, address confidential, <marybee104@yahoo.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 January 2011, “Re: [clearfield-genealogy] Re: Aldrich's 1887 History of Clearfield County,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
672. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 104.
673. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See http:&|;&|;www.pagenweb.org&|;~clearfield&|;cemeteries&|;lumbercity-penn.htm.
674. “Descendants of Elizabeth Bloom,” Three generations, 97 pages, with sources, From Claudia Breland, Maple Valley, Washington, <ccbreland@comcast.net>, email dated 1 December 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 1-2.
675. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, <http:&|;&|;www.findagrave.com&|;cgi-bin&|;fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=41846367>.
676. “Descendants of Elizabeth Bloom,” Three generations, 97 pages, with sources, From Claudia Breland, Maple Valley, Washington, <ccbreland@comcast.net>, email dated 1 December 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 2-4.
677. Ibid. p. 2.
678. Ibid. pp. 2-3.
679. Ibid. pp. 5-7, 31.
680. Ibid. p. 5.
681. Ibid. p. 6.
682. “Stevens Family Tree,” This tree encompasses the Helliers and the Passmore families on the site owner’s side of the family. Other names include: Hill, McKee, Hurd, Bloom, White, Spaid, Sinquet, and Strong, Wendy D. (Hellier) Stevens, site owner, Jarretsville, Maryland, <stevenswendy94@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5359691>, provided birth place.
683. Ibid. provided death place.
684. “Bloom, Garrison, Bauman, Gelnett, Bowman, Rowles, Peoples, Luzier, Mason, Ruffner, Graham, Family Trees,” Gloria Pinter site owner <razzledazzle16830@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991>.
685. 1870 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, p. 14, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 October 2011), citing Roll: M593_1327; Page: 308A; Image: 624; Family History Library Film: 552826.
686. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated June 14, 1854.
687. “Bloom, Garrison, Bauman, Gelnett, Bowman, Rowles, Peoples, Luzier, Mason, Ruffner, Graham, Family Trees,” Gloria Pinter site owner <razzledazzle16830@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991>, identifies middle initial.
688. Inferred from other data. birth of their first child.
689. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, His daughter Nancy’s Memorial #110910427 with Obituary.
690. Ibid. Her daughter Nancy’s Memorial #110910427 with Obituary.
691. “Bloom, Garrison, Bauman, Gelnett, Bowman, Rowles, Peoples, Luzier, Mason, Ruffner, Graham, Family Trees,” Gloria Pinter site owner <razzledazzle16830@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991>, identifies Susannah’s place of birth.
692. “Chestnut Grove Methodist Church Cemetery Record of Interments,” [Bloom Township, Clearfield, PA], <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=694809>, Retrieved 27 October 2008.
693. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Ganer’s Memorial # 21847773.
694. White, Claire Lawhead <cwhite727@yahoo.com>, “World Connect Project: Central Pennsylvania and More 2-10-2011,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cwhite727>.
695. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 22.
696. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issues dated 1862-1864.
697. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 153, as transcribed at http:&|;&|;tdavep.tripod.com&|;Family&|;pafg27.htm, viewed by Richard Lee Gleason on 13 Feb 2009.
698. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Elizabeth’s Memorial #5688034.
699. “Bloom, Garrison, Bauman, Gelnett, Bowman, Rowles, Peoples, Luzier, Mason, Ruffner, Graham, Family Trees,” Gloria Pinter site owner <razzledazzle16830@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991>, identifies Jemima’s middle initial.
700. Thomas, Lowell S. <seadragon5@aol.com>, “World Connect Project: Mac/McPherson of PA and Related Families,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=seadragon5>, Retrieved January 2010, [This source includes a lot of U.S. Census data on many of the individuals within it’s database].
701. “Bloom, Garrison, Bauman, Gelnett, Bowman, Rowles, Peoples, Luzier, Mason, Ruffner, Graham, Family Trees,” Gloria Pinter site owner <razzledazzle16830@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991>, identifies Jemima’s place of death.
702. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See http:&|;&|;wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com&|;cgi-bin&|;igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3202629&id=I630776670.
703. “Ancestry.com Bloom Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Bloom>, Cheryell Averill Romere, posted 14 Dec 2008.
704. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> 1870 Census, see See http:&|;&|;wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com&|;cgi-bin&|;igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3202629&id=I630776670.
705. E-Mail: William Mays, Indian Harbor Beach, FL, <BMays@calloneonline.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 8 February 2015, “Hero’s and Scoundrels,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
706. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 5 “Annie”.
707. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, Chapter 48, pp. 628-645.
708. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 5.
709. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>.
710. Ibid. p. 12.
711. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Husband George’s Memorial #125884549 (“Bessie Tobias”).
712. Ibid. Grandmother Nancy’s Memorial #110910427 with Obituary.
713. Ibid. Wife Bethany’s grandmother Nancy’s Memorial #110910427 with Obituary.
714. Ibid. Bethany’s grandmother Nancy’s Memorial #110910427 with Obituary.
715. “Caldwell, Samuel (d. 1785) Descendants,” Chrissie van Tol, Bloom - Ancestors of Wilhelm Blum (Bloom), Posted as a Photo at <http://www.facebook.com>, Retrieved February 2010.
716. Centre Cemetery Association, Hyde, PA, Site created by Claire White and her son, <http://www.centrecemetery.com/burials.html>, <info@CentreCemetery.com>.
717. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 748.
718. Matthew Caldwell, Obituary, Unknown Newspaper, written by J. R. Williams, provided by Chrissie van Tol, Bloom - Ancestors of Wilhelm Blum (Bloom), posted as a photo at: <http://www.facebook.com>, digital image in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
719. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 12, 12 June 1787.
720. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 748, provide birth place.
721. Ibid. p. 646.
722. Ibid. pp. 309, 748, 835.
723. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 12.
724. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 166.
725. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 10.
726. Jordan, John Woolf, Genealogical and Personal History of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania, Volume III, Illustrated, New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>.
727. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 25.
728. “Peters and Related Families,” cites Albert Y Straw Genealogies (1931) and www.gencircles.com, author unknown, <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/pafg27.htm>, Retrieved 13 February 2009, p. 1.
729. E-Mail: Claire (Lawhead) White <cwhite727@yahoo.com>, to clearfield-genealogy@yahoogroups.com, 30 August 2010, “[clearfield-genealogy] Nancy Caldwell at least 2,” held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
730. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 5, “Sally”.
731. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Memorial # 134647115.
732. “Peters and Related Families,” cites Albert Y Straw Genealogies (1931) and www.gencircles.com, author unknown, <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/pafg27.htm>, Retrieved 13 February 2009, p. 2.
733. Bloom, LeRoy W, “A Bloom By Any Name: Some Ancestors and Descendants of Johann Peter Blum 1732-1814,” Kindle Edition, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015, Sold by Amazon Digital Services, Inc., p. 11.
734. “Johan “Peter” Blum/Bloom Jr.,” Submitted by Beverly G. Kirby-McDonough, March 17, 2008, <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&a...p;GRid=25349264&>, Retrieved 9 October 2010, The Colleen Graham source indicated Johann Peter Blum was buried at Kingwood Cemetery, Alexandria Township, Hunterdon County, NJ.
735. Bloom, LeRoy W, “A Bloom By Any Name: Some Ancestors and Descendants of Johann Peter Blum 1732-1814,” Kindle Edition, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015, Sold by Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
736. Ibid. p. 19.
737. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, cites Cheryell Averill Romere <dromere@sbcglobal.net>.
738. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Mr. Porten email to Lee Bloom dated 9 Decemeber 2010; see Lee Bloom email of same date.
739. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 150.
740. Rupp, I. Daniel, Thirty Thousand Names: Immigrants in Pennsylvania From 1727 to 1776, Reprint, Baltimore, MD, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1965, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 272, col. 1 center.
741. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Albert_Einstein>.
742. “Bloom, Blom, or Blum,” Chrissie van Tol, Bloom - Ancestors of Wilhelm Blum (Bloom), Posted as a Photo at: <http://www.facebook.com>, Retrieved February 2010.
743. Strassburger, Ralph Beaver LL.D. compiler, Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1975, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, Vol. 1, p. 478 (List 177 C) .
744. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by LeRoy William Bloom, Hereford, Arizona, <lbloom3@msn.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 8 December 2010, RE: Bloom Family Questions.
745. Ibid. forwarded email dated 3 June 2011 Fw:Baptism Record (originally to Loren M Varga).
746. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by LeRoy Bloom, of Lawrence, Pennsylvania, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. emails dated 18 April 2011.
747. “Mays Family,” Gedcom file adding 1851 unique names, to Richard Lee Gleason dated 17 September 2016 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, submitted by William Robert Mays (b. 1948), “Eva Ann Wagner”.
748. “Peters, Dave Family,” Gedcom file, adding 2100 unique names, submitted by Dave Peters, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 12 October 2010 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
749. “Ancestry.com Bloom Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Bloom>, wletto, posted 9 Oct 2010.
750. Ibid. Evelyn Nichols, posted 7 Apr 2006.
751. Hook, J.N., Family Names, The Origins, Meanings, Mutations, and History of More Than 2,800 American Names, New York, Collier Books, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1982, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 120.
752. Bloom, LeRoy W, “A Bloom By Any Name: Some Ancestors and Descendants of Johann Peter Blum 1732-1814,” Kindle Edition, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015, Sold by Amazon Digital Services, Inc., p. 42.
753. John & Rosemary Mort's Searchable Genealogy Data, John Mort, Contact compiler John Mort, 2504 Rt 44, Salt Point, NY 12578 <mortjr@attglobal.net>, <http://www.genealogymort.net>, Retrieved 9 February 2009, i0000014.htm.
754. Howe, Dan, “World Connect Project: Howe: A Search For My Roots,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=danehowe>, Retrieved September 2006.
755. “Peters, Dave Family,” Gedcom file, adding 2100 unique names, submitted by Dave Peters, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 12 October 2010 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Spelled his name Issac Blum.
756. Genealogical and Biographical Annals of Northumberland County Pennsylvania, Chicago, J. L. Floyd & Co., 1911, published on the Internet at <http://www.archive.org/details/genealogicalbiog00floy>, p. 93.
757. “Peters, Dave Family,” Gedcom file, adding 2100 unique names, submitted by Dave Peters, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 12 October 2010 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, spelled his last name Blum, see <http:&|;&|;cstern.sphosting.com&|;bloom.html>.
758. Undocumented Information provided by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. may have been one of the general sources cited.
759. “Askey-DeParassis Family,” This family website is the result of 13 years of research and shared family stories. Even now it is a work in progress, Michele DeParasis site owner, Ancestry.com, Copyright © 2009, <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/e/p/Michele-Deparasis/index.html>, Retrieved 16 February 2011, Printout of page dealing with Robert Askey (1768-1851) is in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
760. Thomas, Lowell S. <seadragon5@aol.com>, “World Connect Project: Mac/McPherson of PA and Related Families,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=seadragon5>, Retrieved January 2010, [This source includes a lot of U.S. Census data on many of the individuals within it’s database], [Does not cite location].
761. John & Rosemary Mort's Searchable Genealogy Data, John Mort, Contact compiler John Mort, 2504 Rt 44, Salt Point, NY 12578 <mortjr@attglobal.net>, <http://www.genealogymort.net>, Retrieved 9 February 2009, \i0000014.htm.
762. “Stevens Family Tree,” This tree encompasses the Helliers and the Passmore families on the site owner’s side of the family. Other names include: Hill, McKee, Hurd, Bloom, White, Spaid, Sinquet, and Strong, Wendy D. (Hellier) Stevens, site owner, Jarretsville, Maryland, <stevenswendy94@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5359691>.
763. WeRelate - The World’s Largest Genealogy Wiki, the Foundation for On-Line Genealogy in partnership with the Allen County Public Library, http://www.werelate.org, provided witnesses.
764. Ibid.
765. “Stevens Family Tree,” This tree encompasses the Helliers and the Passmore families on the site owner’s side of the family. Other names include: Hill, McKee, Hurd, Bloom, White, Spaid, Sinquet, and Strong, Wendy D. (Hellier) Stevens, site owner, Jarretsville, Maryland, <stevenswendy94@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5359691>, provided place of birth, previously indicated just Pennsylvania.
766. White, Claire Lawhead <cwhite727@yahoo.com>, “World Connect Project: Central Pennsylvania and More 2-10-2011,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cwhite727>, Peggy DeHoog posting TO: pacclearf@tootsweb.com, dated June 29, 2008, printout in possession of Richard Lee Gleason.
767. WeRelate - The World’s Largest Genealogy Wiki, the Foundation for On-Line Genealogy in partnership with the Allen County Public Library, http://www.werelate.org, provides death place.
768. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 25, also p. 30.
769. Ibid. p. 105.
770. Ibid. p. 103.
771. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Wikipedia?
772. WeRelate - The World’s Largest Genealogy Wiki, the Foundation for On-Line Genealogy in partnership with the Allen County Public Library, http://www.werelate.org, Identified as “Herbert Bloom”.
773. John & Rosemary Mort's Searchable Genealogy Data, John Mort, Contact compiler John Mort, 2504 Rt 44, Salt Point, NY 12578 <mortjr@attglobal.net>, <http://www.genealogymort.net>, Retrieved 9 February 2009, identified as “Paulus”.
774. “Peters, Dave Family,” Gedcom file, adding 2100 unique names, submitted by Dave Peters, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 12 October 2010 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, identified as “Panilus”.
775. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, “John” see his headstone.
776. “Bloom Lord Louk Sturm Family,” Angella Mishelle Bloom site owner <bloomflowr@gmail.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1307850>.
777. Bloom, LeRoy W, “A Bloom By Any Name: Some Ancestors and Descendants of Johann Peter Blum 1732-1814,” Kindle Edition, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015, Sold by Amazon Digital Services, Inc., p. 12.
778. John & Rosemary Mort's Searchable Genealogy Data, John Mort, Contact compiler John Mort, 2504 Rt 44, Salt Point, NY 12578 <mortjr@attglobal.net>, <http://www.genealogymort.net>, Retrieved 9 February 2009, i0000016htm.
779. E-Mail: LeRoy William Bloom, Palominas, Arizona, to Richard Lee Gleason, 8 December 2010, “Re: Bloom Family Questions,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
780. Colleen (Laird) Graham site owner, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/3771470>, identified first name.
781. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 62, 114.
782. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Based on her husband’s birth year.
783. WeRelate - The World’s Largest Genealogy Wiki, the Foundation for On-Line Genealogy in partnership with the Allen County Public Library, http://www.werelate.org, provided birth place.
784. Ibid. Five children born fter her death?
785. Interview: Moore, (Boyle) Sherry, Clearfield, PA <famhistorian@hotmail.com>, Telephone conversation with Richard Lee Gleason, 7 November 2010, Notes privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
786. Ibid. Sherry has visited the grave of Nathaniel and wife Sarah. The data is from their tombstone.
787. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 2.
788. “Ancestry.com Peoples Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.lines>, vkngprints, posted 24 February 2011.
789. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Deanna (Boal) Brady, Oil City, PA to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
790. Centre Methodist Episcopal Cemetery, Clearfield County, PA (complete survey 2010), Pennsylvania USGenWeb Archives, Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, Copyright © 2007-2010, <http://www.usgwarchives.org/pa/clearfield/tsimages/centremethodist-lawrence.htm>.
791. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Per Arlington Cemetery telephone information line, at (703) 607-8000, on 8 June 2009.
792. Ibid. Per Arlington Cemetery telephone information line, at (703) 607-8000, called 8 June 2009.
793. Peters, Gloria (Susek), Memories of My Grandfather Raymond Edward Lines (1891), Manuscript - Unpublished biography, January 2008, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, pp. 3, 6.
794. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Gloria (Susek) Peters (b. 1950), Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, to her second cousin Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversation 19 March 2011.
795. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Lawrence Grover Kline (b. 1943), Huntsville, Alabama, <lgklsk@ardmore.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversation, 22 January 2011.
796. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Gloria (Susek) Peters (b. 1950), Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, to her second cousin Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. provided date of death.
797. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Lawrence Grover Kline (b. 1943), Huntsville, Alabama, <lgklsk@ardmore.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. provided place of death.
798. McClure Cemetery Record of Interments, [Curwensville, Clearfield, PA], <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=45374>, Retrieved 3 March 2009.
799. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by James Howard Ingram (1930-2016), of Montgomery, Alabama, <jing1447@bellsouth.net>, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. James is Betty's brother.
800. Burial Record. Hillside Memorial Park, Akron, Summit Couny, OH. Paper record in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Hamric, Betty D.
801. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gene is the husband of Gleason’s first cousin.
802. Ibid. Betty is his first cousin. He stayed with the family while in the Department of Defense Information School at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis in 1974.
803. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 133.
804. Ibid. p. 159.
805. Ibid. p. 165.
806. Rickard, Julie Rae, Around Curwensville (Images of America), pages shown at this link are limited, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2007, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 29.
807. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by William “Bill” Byron Lines, Jr (b. 1943), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversation, 24 January 2011, Bill is Patty’s brother.
808. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is William’s First Cousin.
809. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by William “Bill” Byron Lines, Jr (b. 1943), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversation, 5 March 2016.
810. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, Information provided by Clyde Bryner to Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@Gmail.com> via Facebook message dated Nov 2009.
811. Maxine Yednak, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 29 October 2004, p. 16, Photo copy provided by Sandy Logue, N. Canton, Ohio, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
812. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is Maxine’s half-brother.
813. Ibid. See http:&|;&|;www.hospital-data.com&|;hospitals&|;LANCASHIRE-HALL-LANCASTER.html.
814. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Online message posted 8 Oct 2010 at: <http://genforum.genealogy.com/recordlookups/messages/53106.html>.
815. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Mary (Donahue) Lines, Akron, Ohio, to her nephew Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Mary said Nora was about ten or eleven years old when she attended her father Richard’s funeral in 1955.
816. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Cheryl “Sherry” Boal, Mahaffey, Pennsylvania, <has no email address>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Facbook private message, 9 March 2016.
817. The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 5 June 1969, p. 2, col. 7, Note: Date of publication may be wrong. It precedes the date of Orville’s discharge.
818. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Steve “Ortie” Lines, Hagerstown, MD <no email address on record>, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Telephone conversation, 15 March 2016.
819. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, verifies Oil City residence in 2011.
820. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Cheryl “Sherry” Boal, Mahaffey, Pennsylvania, <has no email address>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Facebook private message, 8 March 2016.
821. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 28.
822. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, William J. Barnes, posted July 25, 2001.
823. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 16.
824. Ibid. p. 32.
825. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated February 6, 1861.
826. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 144.
827. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Laurrie’s brother James’ brother-in-law, 1977-1999.
828. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, p. 9.
829. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 17.
830. Ibid. pp. 16-17.
831. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 547.
832. “A Brief Sketch of Captain Joseph Davis and Lieutenant William Jones of The Pennsylvania Line ..,” Read before the Wyoming [PA] Historical and Genealogical Society on May 21, 1897, Hayden, Horace Edwin Rev., M.A., Wilkes-Barre, PA, E. B. Yordy - Printer, 1897, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>, Cites: Meginness Bio., Ann. p. 16.
833. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 307.
834. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 286.
835. Wall, Thomas Lincoln, Clearfield County Pennsylvania Present and Past, Clearfield, PA, Published by the Author, 1925, published on the Internet at, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/wall/wall-history.htm>, or, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/clearfieldpastandpresent>, p. 103.
836. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 78.
837. Ibid. p. 30.
838. Ibid. p. 61.
839. Wall, Thomas Lincoln, Clearfield County Pennsylvania Present and Past, Clearfield, PA, Published by the Author, 1925, published on the Internet at, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/wall/wall-history.htm>, or, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/clearfieldpastandpresent>, p. 259.
840. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., See <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Stephen_Decatur>.
841. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See <http:&|;&|;www.hmdb.org&|;Marker.asp?Marker=8177>.
842. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, pp. 5, 9 “Born Bald Eagle”.
843. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, “Boggs Township, Centre county”. p. 16.
844. “Pa-Roots.org Message Board Extractions,” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://www.pa-roots.org>, Linn’s History, transcribed by Carol Eddleman, posted March 26, 2006.
845. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 546.
846. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009, p. 285a.
847. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., see Bald Eagle Creek article.
848. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, Chapter 52, pp. 679-681.
849. “John Patton (1823-1897),” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Patton_(1823-1897), Retrieved 9 November 2008.
850. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, p. 18.
851. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, pp. 679-681 (See also p. 107).
852. Rickard, Julie Rae, Clearfield County (Images of America), only pages 1-31 are found at this site, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2003, reprinted 2004, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 11.
853. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 97.
854. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, pp. 95, 97, 100.
855. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 39, 43, 221-222, 963.
856. Wall, Thomas Lincoln, Clearfield County Pennsylvania Present and Past, Clearfield, PA, Published by the Author, 1925, published on the Internet at, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/wall/wall-history.htm>, or, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/clearfieldpastandpresent>, p. 262.
857. Rickard, Julie Rae, Around Curwensville (Images of America), pages shown at this link are limited, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2007, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, pp. 25-26.
858. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, pp. 79, 82.
859. “Council Makes Decision, Patton Building Doomed,” The Progress, (Clearfield, Pennsylvania), 30 January 1968, pp. 1, 2, Digital image, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
860. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 14.
861. “Biographical Directory of the United States Congress 1774 - Present,” The House Office of History and Preservation and Office of the Historian of the United States Senate, <http://bioguide.congress.gov>, Patton, John.
862. “Oak Hill Cemetery,” Curwensville Development Corporation, Curwensville, PA, Undated, <http://www.curwensville.com/OakHillCemetery.htm>, Retrieved March 2010, pp. 1-2.
863. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 175-176.
864. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 167.
865. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> (Courtsey Curwensville-Pike Township Historical Society.) From the book “Around Curwensville” by Julie Rae Rickard, p. 59 at: http:&|;&|;books.google.com&|;.
866. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 13.
867. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> From the book Clearfield (Postcard History Series) p. 92 by Julie Rae Rickard for the Clearfield County Historical Society. Google Books at: <http:&|;&|;books.google.com> .
868. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, pp. 168, 169, print ads.
869. Ibid. p. 83.
870. Stories I Share with Friends, Blog written by the compiler of this database, Richard Lee Gleason, <https://rixxblog.wordpress.com/2014/04/15/when-lincoln-spoke/>, When Lincoln Spoke, 14 April 2014.
871. “Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City Death Certificates, 1803-1915,” Family Search.org, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (https://www.familysearch.org : retrieved 11 March 2011), transcription (image not available online).
872. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> From the book Clearfield (Postcard History Series) p. 88 by Julie Rae Rickard for the Clearfield County Historical Society. Google Books at: <http:&|;&|;books.google.com>.
873. “Western Pa. Genealogical Society Quarterly,” Fall 1987, Vol 14 #2, <http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.patton/202/mb.ashx>.
874. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, Chapter LII, pp. 679-681.
875. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 548.
876. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, Recorded July 30, 1989.
877. Who Was Who in America with World Notables, Marquis - Who’s Who Incorporated, <http://www.marquiswhoswho.com/products/WSprodinfo.asp>, Vol. IV 1961-1962, p. 737.
878. Hon. Charles E. Patton, Former Congressman, Dies at Eastern Home, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 16 December 1937, pp. 1, 6, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc.
879. “Oak Hill Cemetery,” Curwensville Development Corporation, Curwensville, PA, Undated, <http://www.curwensville.com/OakHillCemetery.htm>, Retrieved March 2010, p. 1.
880. “Descendants of Charles Emory Patton,” Three generations, six pages, with sources, From Virginia Ewing Okie email dated 2 December 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 1.
881. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 963-964.
882. “Biographical Directory of the United States Congress 1774 - Present,” The House Office of History and Preservation and Office of the Historian of the United States Senate, <http://bioguide.congress.gov>, Patton, Charles Emory.
883. “Charles Emory Patton,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Emory_Patton, Retrieved 9 November 2008.
884. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 549.
885. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 147.
886. Ibid. p. 65.
887. Ibid. p. 93.
888. Hon. Charles E. Patton, Former Congressman, Dies at Eastern Home, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 16 December 1937, pp. 1, 6, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, p. 6, col. 6.
889. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. see <http:&|;&|;itech.dickinson.edu&|;archives&|;node&|;280>.
890. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See <http:&|;&|;www.dictionary.net&|;burgess>.
891. “Descendants of Charles Emory Patton,” Three generations, six pages, with sources, From Virginia Ewing Okie email dated 2 December 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 1, identified her middle name.
892. “1910 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville, Ward 1, enumeration district 39, p. 3A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives.
893. Hon. Charles E. Patton, Former Congressman, Dies at Eastern Home, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 16 December 1937, pp. 1, 6, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, p. 6, col. 5.
894. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Borough, enumeration district 69, p. 3A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 21 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
895. Who Was Who in America with World Notables, Marquis - Who’s Who Incorporated, <http://www.marquiswhoswho.com/products/WSprodinfo.asp>, Vol. IV 1961-1962 p. 737.
896. “1930 U.S. Census,” Chester County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, London Grove, enumeration district 46, p. 10b, digital image, Ancestry.com, <http://www.ancestry.com>, citing the national Archives.
897. Alexander E. Patton, Obituary, Cambria Freeman, Ebensburg, Cambria, Pennsylvania, 9 September 1904, volume 38, number 36, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/obits/patton-alexander-e.txt>.
898. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, Recorded Nov 2, 1904.
899. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 171.
900. Ibid. p. 64.
901. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> From the book Clearfield (Postcard History Series) p. 93 by Julie Rae Rickard for the Clearfield County Historical Society. Google Books at: <http:&|;&|;books.google.com>.
902. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 160.
903. Ibid. p. 17.
904. Ibid. p. 81.
905. Auction Catalog, Heritage Rare Books & Manuscripts, Signature Auction #683, Volume One, Manuscripts, June 4-5, 2008, Dallas TX, <http://historical.ha.com/common/auction/catalog.ph...dSearch=View+Catalog> p. 157, 56292.
906. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. http:&|;&|;itech.dickinson.edu&|;archives&|;node&|;280.
907. Ibid. http:&|;&|;wapedia.mobi&|;en&|;List_of_defunct_United_States_military_academies.
908. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Phillips_Academy>.
909. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., Patton, PA.
910. Mary Boynton Dill, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, December 9, 1937, p. 6, http://newspaperarchive.com/.
911. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 71.
912. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, p. 44 photo caption.
913. Mrs. Jane McCloskey, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 18 October 1943, p. 2, col. 1.
914. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 748-749.
915. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 11B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
916. “1900 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, population schedule, Curwensville, enumeration district 95, p. 12A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 12 October 2011), citing Roll T623_1397.
917. Oak Hill Cemetery Record of Interments, [Curwensville, Clearfield, PA], <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=45646>, Retrieved March 2010. James Ross Caldwell.
918. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 748-749.
919. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 13.
920. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issues dated 1862-1865.
921. Graham, Colleen (Laird), “World Connect Project: Our Family,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:2859273>, Retrieved January 2010, Les and Linda’s Family.
922. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 3.
923. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 749.
924. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 13, “Harriet”.
925. “Clearfield County Pennsylvania Cemeteries,” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/cemeteries/index.html?, Retrieved 18 September 2010.
926. Johnson, Rossiter, and John Howard Brown, The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, Boston, The Biographical Society, 1904, Volume 8 Moul - Pyne, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>.
927. Parker, Leonard Fletcher, History of Poweshiek County, Iowa, Chicago, The S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1911, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>, pp. 344-348, provided nickname.
928. “John Patton Jr.,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Patton,_Jr., Retrieved 9 November 2008.
929. “Biographical Directory of the United States Congress 1774 - Present,” The House Office of History and Preservation and Office of the Historian of the United States Senate, <http://bioguide.congress.gov>.
930. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, p. 71.
931. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., see <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Phillips_Academy>.
932. Ibid. see <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Skull_and_Bones>.
933. Who Was Who in America with World Notables, Marquis - Who’s Who Incorporated, <http://www.marquiswhoswho.com/products/WSprodinfo.asp>, Vol. I 1887-1942, p. 944.
934. Jordan, John Woolf, Colonial Families of Philadelphia, Vol. 2, New York, Lewis Pub. Co., 1911, Limited preview published on The Internet, <http://www.archive.org/details/colonialfamilies02jord>, Retrieved 20 November 2009, pp. 1454, 1456.
935. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> From the book Clearfield (Postcard History Series) p. 86 by Julie Rae Rickard for the Clearfield County Historical Society. Google Books at: <http:&|;&|;books.google.com>.
936. Rickard, Julie Rae, Around Curwensville (Images of America), pages shown at this link are limited, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2007, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 16.
937. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See http:&|;&|;www.cousinconnect.com&|;d&|;a&|;17285.
938. Worcester, John P., The Worcester Family in America, Parts 1 & 2 Combined, Aspen, Colorado, Published by the Author, 2005, <http://www.worcesterfamily.com/Book/part-one.doc> & <http://www.worcesterfamily.com/Book/part-two.doc>, Part 2, p. 99.
939. Parker, Leonard Fletcher, History of Poweshiek County, Iowa, Chicago, The S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1911, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>, pp. 344-348.
940. 1910 U.S. Census, Powesheik County, Iowa, population schedule, Grinnell City, enumeration district 114, p. 26B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 21 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
941. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See http://files.usgwarchives.net/ia/poweshiek/cemeteries/pwpa.txt.
942. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. John Patton’s place of death is assumed.
943. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 39.
944. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, p. 5.
945. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Marc Thomas, posted August 3, 2001.
946. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, pp. 16, 17.
947. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, pp. 3, 9.
949. Wall, Thomas Lincoln, Clearfield County Pennsylvania Present and Past, Clearfield, PA, Published by the Author, 1925, published on the Internet at, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/wall/wall-history.htm>, or, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/clearfieldpastandpresent>, p. 281.
950. Linn, John Blair, History of Centre and Clinton Counties, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1883, Published in part on The Internet, 2008, by SearchforAncestors.com, <http://www.searchforancestors.com/bios/pennsylvani...on/antes_philip.html>, cites Harbaugh, "Fathers of the Reformed Church," vol. i. page 326.
951. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, pp. 3, 5.
952. Ibid. pp. 3, 5, 9.
953. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated January 9, 1852.
954. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009, p. 286a.
955. Peters, Gloria (Susek), Memories of My Grandfather Raymond Edward Lines (1891), Manuscript - Unpublished biography, January 2008, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>.
956. Genealogy.com Pennsylvania Genealogy Forum, “Esther Ann Mason (1833-1860) (m.) Edward B. Patton, Clearfield Co., PA,” Karen Krich, 31 May 2009, to Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/pa/messages/47737.html>, Krich states: “I think a good possibility for your Esther A is the following Mason family ..”.
957. Schmidt, Dotty, “In Reply to: Pennsylvania Surnames (a few are MD, DE and NY) by Sweetwater,” genforum.genealogy.com, October 15, 2003, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/ai/messages/16479.html>.
958. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated August 16, 1854.
959. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, pp. 16-17.
960. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 56 “Blacksmith”.
961. Ibid. p. 56.
962. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, pp. 16-17, 35.
963. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 28, 309.
964. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, pp. 19, 37.
965. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 680.
966. Ibid. p. 697.
967. “Ancestry.com Passmore Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Passmore>, mdaugh4439 (Marcia Daugherty), posted 2 Feb 2002.
968. Ibid. Margaret (Sis) Shirey, posted 21 Feb 2001.
969. “Stevens Family Tree,” This tree encompasses the Helliers and the Passmore families on the site owner’s side of the family. Other names include: Hill, McKee, Hurd, Bloom, White, Spaid, Sinquet, and Strong, Wendy D. (Hellier) Stevens, site owner, Jarretsville, Maryland, <stevenswendy94@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5359691>, note attaached to Gainer Passmore (1800-1834) citing Erie Randalls’ research.
970. White, Claire Lawhead <cwhite727@yahoo.com>, “World Connect Project: Central Pennsylvania and More 2-10-2011,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cwhite727>, Citing “Clearfield County: or, Reminiscences of the Past,” S.B. Row 1859, p. 46.
971. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 16.
972. E-Mail: Ryan Jach, Mercer Island, Washington, <rmjach@gmail.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 22 November 2010, “Re: William Bloom Book,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, identified as Emma Bradshaw.
973. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, identifies her as Clara Emma Bradshaw.
974. Inferred from other data. based on divorce dates from Stacy’s first marriage.
975. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See Introduction to a history of ironmaking and coal mining in Pennsylvania By James Moore Swank, p. 38 <http:&|;&|;books.google.com>.
976. E-Mail: Judy (Powers) Ditmore, Vernon, Texas, <jditmore@vernoncollege.edu>, to Richard Lee Gleason, “Patton/Bartholomew/Davis,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Dated February 23rd & 24th, 2010.
977. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See Henrietta’s notes.
978. “The History of Fort Story, Virgina,” <http://www.story.army.mil/History.asp>, Retrieved 8 September 2006.
979. Who Was Who in America with World Notables, Marquis - Who’s Who Incorporated, <http://www.marquiswhoswho.com/products/WSprodinfo.asp>, Vol. I 1897-1942, p. 1212.
980. “William Irvin Swoope,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Irvin_Swoope, Retrieved 9 November 2008.
981. “Biographical Directory of the United States Congress 1774 - Present,” The House Office of History and Preservation and Office of the Historian of the United States Senate, <http://bioguide.congress.gov>, Swoope, William Irvin.
982. Oak Hill Cemetery, Clearfield County, PA (partial survey), Pennsylvania USGenWeb Archives, Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, Copyright © 2008-2010, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/tsimages/oakhill-pike.htm>.
983. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Phillips_Academy.
984. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Elizabeth’s Memorial #138218418.
985. E-Mail: Lewis Hartswick, Albuquerque, New Mexico, <LHartswick@earthlink.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 February 2010, “Re: Hartswick Family?,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Cites Clearfield Republican article dated May 16, 1902.
986. E-Mail: Lewis Hartswick, Albuquerque, New Mexico, <LHartswick@earthlink.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 19 February 2010, “Re: Hartswick Family?,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Cites Clearfield Republican article dated May 16, 1902.
987. Who Was Who in America with World Notables, Marquis - Who’s Who Incorporated, <http://www.marquiswhoswho.com/products/WSprodinfo.asp>, Vol I 1897-1942, p. 1212.
988. “Sarah McCracken & James Fleming,” Compiled and Published by Erie B. Randall - Copyright 2008, <http://erierandall.com/eBooks.aspx>, Retrieved 28 September 2010, p. 28.
989. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 44.
990. McClure Cemetery, Clearfield County, PA (partial survey), Pennsylvania USGenWeb Archives, Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, Copyright © 2006-2009, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/tsimages/mcclure.htm>.
991. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 9.
992. “William Irvin,” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/aldrich/wirvin.html>, Cites, History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, edited by Lewis Cass Aldrich, Syracuse, NY: D. Mason & Co., Publishers, 1887, p. 685, Retrieved March 2010 (See also William Irvin’s FindaGrave Memorial # 67555429).
993. Rickard, Julie Rae, Clearfield County (Images of America), only pages 1-31 are found at this site, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2003, reprinted 2004, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, pp. 12, 13.
994. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 364-365.
995. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, p. 24 photo caption.
996. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009.
997. Oak Hill Cemetery, Clearfield County, PA (partial survey), Pennsylvania USGenWeb Archives, Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, Copyright © 2008-2010, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/tsimages/oakhill-pike.htm>, headstone photo.
998. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, William’s Memorial #67555429.
999. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>.
1000. E-Mail: Al Irvine, to Richard Lee Gleason, 3 February 2010, “Irvine History,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1001. Jim Bennett, Curry Run, Clearfield County, Penna., © 2010, Copy In the possession of Karen (Curry) Bond, pp. 12-13; Note: No date is given for this transaction.
1002. Ibid. p. 22; NOTE: A description of the lots purchased by William Irvin within the city limits of Lewisville [now Curry Run] are listed here.
1003. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 158.
1004. Rickard, Julie Rae, Clearfield County (Images of America), only pages 1-31 are found at this site, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2003, reprinted 2004, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 12.
1005. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 11.
1006. Wall, Thomas Lincoln, Clearfield County Pennsylvania Present and Past, Clearfield, PA, Published by the Author, 1925, published on the Internet at, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/wall/wall-history.htm>, or, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/clearfieldpastandpresent>, pp. 261-262.
1007. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 323.
1008. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 121.
1009. Ibid. p. 126.
1010. Ibid. p. 79.
1011. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 221.
1012. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 307.
1013. Ibid. pp. 97, 100.
1014. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 19.
1015. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, p. 17.
1016. Jim Bennett, Curry Run, Clearfield County, Penna., © 2010, Copy In the possession of Karen (Curry) Bond, p. 82.
1017. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Summer of 2010.
1018. Headstone inscription from photo in possession of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Foster, Frances Stevens 1884-1944.
1019. Honor Barney, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 2 June 1961, p. 6.
1020. “Descendants of George H. Hopengartner,” Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr.,, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/G...s-jr/GENE2-0001.html>, Retrieved 24 February 2009, pp. 6, 22.
1021. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, Recorded May 13, 1902.
1022. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Memorial # 125255851.
1023. 1860 U.S. Census, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, free schedule, Bethel Township, p. 52, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication M653 1,438 rolls.
1024. 1870 U.S. Census, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Monroe Township, p. 562A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 22 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication T132 13 rolls.
1025. 1850 U.S. Census, Bethel Township, Fulton Co., PA, dated 30 August 1850, schedule I, p. 52.
1026. “Descendants of George H. Hopengartner,” Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr.,, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/G...s-jr/GENE2-0001.html>, Retrieved 24 February 2009, p. 21.
1027. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Memorial # 125255952.
1028. “Descendants of George H. Hopengartner,” Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr.,, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/G...s-jr/GENE2-0001.html>, Retrieved 24 February 2009, p. 22.
1029. “Mrs. Honor Barney,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 16 October 1917, p. 2, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
1030. “Curwensville Woman To Celebrate 95th Birthday Oct. 28,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 15 October 1957, p. 12, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
1031. Mrs. Jennie Middleton, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 13 January 1958, p. 10.
1032. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Clearfield County Home, where my mother and I had visited with her.
1033. “Lot Purchase,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 14 May 1917, p. 3, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
1034. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Honor’s second great nephew.
1035. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated March 6, 1863.
1036. Ibid. Issue dated September 23, 1863.
1037. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, provided birth place.
1038. Ibid. provided death place.
1039. John & Rosemary Mort's Searchable Genealogy Data, John Mort, Contact compiler John Mort, 2504 Rt 44, Salt Point, NY 12578 <mortjr@attglobal.net>, <http://www.genealogymort.net>, Retrieved 9 February 2009, i0004388.htm.
1040. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, per Elizabeth’s memorial entry.
1041. Undocumented Information provided by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Identifies last name “Mettler” from possibly Gleason Source #27.
1042. WeRelate - The World’s Largest Genealogy Wiki, the Foundation for On-Line Genealogy in partnership with the Allen County Public Library, http://www.werelate.org, Last name nor identified; birth date cites headstone inscription.
1043. Undocumented Information provided by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. possibly Gleason Source #27?
1044. Inferred from other data. based on death date of her husband’s first wife’s death date.
1045. John & Rosemary Mort's Searchable Genealogy Data, John Mort, Contact compiler John Mort, 2504 Rt 44, Salt Point, NY 12578 <mortjr@attglobal.net>, <http://www.genealogymort.net>, Retrieved 9 February 2009, i0003028.htm.
1046. “Apgar Family Association,” <http://www.apgarfamily.org>, Apgar Family Association, Inc., Copyright © 2010, /fmlytr/gen_person.php?personID=I00002836&tree=apgar.
1047. “Crosby/McDonald - Garrison/Weastell,” <http://presidentavenue.com/tree>, Retrieved 26 April 2011, site maintained by Moe Crosby, New Jersey, <newzentorian@yahoo.com>, provided birth place.
1048. Ibid. provided death place.
1049. “Apgar Family Association,” <http://www.apgarfamily.org>, Apgar Family Association, Inc., Copyright © 2010, &|;fmlytr&|;gen_person.php?personID=I00002836&tree=apgar.
1050. Ibid.
1051. Mettler, Enoch, History of the Mettler-Apgar Family, (Further source details Unknown).
1052. Bell, Herbert C., Editor, A History of Northumberland County PA, Chicago, IL, Brown, Runk & Co., Publishers, 1891, Published on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/northumberp/bellcont.html>, p. 1215.
1053. “Crosby/McDonald - Garrison/Weastell,” <http://presidentavenue.com/tree>, Retrieved 26 April 2011, site maintained by Moe Crosby, New Jersey, <newzentorian@yahoo.com>.
1054. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Memo.
1055. “Crosby/McDonald - Garrison/Weastell,” <http://presidentavenue.com/tree>, Retrieved 26 April 2011, site maintained by Moe Crosby, New Jersey, <newzentorian@yahoo.com>, “Anna Sharps”.
1056. John & Rosemary Mort's Searchable Genealogy Data, John Mort, Contact compiler John Mort, 2504 Rt 44, Salt Point, NY 12578 <mortjr@attglobal.net>, <http://www.genealogymort.net>, Retrieved 9 February 2009, <&|;fmlytr&|;gen_person.php?personID=I00002836&tree=apgar>.
1057. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, Laura’s profile.
1058. Ibid. From subjects Eva (Lewis) Edge Personal Page .
1059. Ibid. From his Facebook page.
1060. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. As of 2010.
1061. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, message from cousin James Ingram, 24 June 2011.
1062. Ibid. Father Jim Ingram’s message dated 25 Aug 2011.
1063. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was married to Ruth’s neice, Patricia Avery, 1977-1999.
1064. Ibid. Gleason was married to his neice Patricia Avery, 1977-1999.
1065. Pioneer Women of Faith and Fortitude, Four Volumes, International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Printed by Publishers Press, 1998, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, Volume III, p. 2669.
1066. Ibid. Volume IV, pp. 2744.
1067. Ibid. Volume II, pp. 1063-1064.
1068. Ibid. Volume I, p. 121.
1069. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> http:&|;&|;www.miloandrusjr.org&|;Genealogy&|;getperson.php?personID=I3273&tree=Andrus.
1070. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Joshua’s Memorial # 54159474.
1071. “The Mohegan Tribe Heritage,” The Mohegan Tribe of Indians of Connecticut, <http://www.mohegan.nsn.us/heritage/our-history/sachem-uncas>, Retrieved 23 January 2016.
1072. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Anne’s Memorial # 79648222.
1073. Ibid. Thomas’ Memorial # 11447816.
1074. FamilySearch printout provided by James Pike to Richard lee Gleason on 6 October 2010.
1075. “Joyce R Hull Wise et al,” <http://www.findagrave.com>, Retrieved 26 October 2008.
1076. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Telephone Conversation, 16 March 2016.
1077. Headstone Inscription as viewed by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. “Married 8.20 1955”.
1078. Undocumented Information provided by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. The story from William T. Avery.
1079. Pioneer Women of Faith and Fortitude, Four Volumes, International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Printed by Publishers Press, 1998, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 3073-3074.
1080. “Descendants of George H. Hopengartner,” Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr.,, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/G...s-jr/GENE2-0001.html>, Retrieved 24 February 2009, pp. 2, 6.
1081. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> regarding Paul Smith Farm, see AJ Flanagan email dated 31 January 2011.
1082. History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton Counties, Pennsylvania, Reprint, Apollo, PA, January 2000, Closson Press, 1884, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 667, Col. 2.
1083. “Descendants of George H. Hopengartner,” Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr.,, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/G...s-jr/GENE2-0001.html>, Retrieved 24 February 2009, p. 6.
1084. 1860 U.S. Census, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, free schedule, Bethel Township, p. 52, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication M653 1,438 rolls, indicates she was 60 years old.
1085. 1850 U.S. Census, Bethel Township, Fulton Co., PA, dated 30 August 1850, schedule I, p. 52, indicates she was 49 years old.
1086. History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton Counties, Pennsylvania, Reprint, Apollo, PA, January 2000, Closson Press, 1884, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 667 Col 2.
1087. “Descendants of George H. Hopengartner,” Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr.,, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/G...s-jr/GENE2-0001.html>, Retrieved 24 February 2009.
1088. History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton Counties, Pennsylvania, Reprint, Apollo, PA, January 2000, Closson Press, 1884, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 657, col. 2.
1089. VanValkenberg, Joyce <joycevan@gulftel.com>, “World Connect Project: My Williamson Family,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=joycevan2>, Retrieved February 2010.
1090. Pioneer Women of Faith and Fortitude, Four Volumes, International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Printed by Publishers Press, 1998, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, Volume IV, p. 3045.
1091. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 927.
1092. Linda <linda_crockett_york1@frontier.com>, “Linda’s Family,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op...b=lcy&recno=4081>.
1093. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated June 1, 1864.
1094. “U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865,” Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), [database on-line], Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007, citing National Park Service, Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online <http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/>, acquired 2007.
1095. “American Civil War Records,” digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing Historical Data Systems, comp., American Civil War Soldiers, [database on-line], Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999, original data: Data compiled by Historical Data Systems of Kingston, MA.
1096. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated June 19, 1861.
1097. “Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934,” digital image of pension card, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, T288, 546 roll.
1098. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 679-681.
1099. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 1A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
1100. 1880 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, enumeration district 261, p. 28, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 12 April 2011), citing the National Archives, Records of the Bureau of the Census, microfilm publication T9, 1454 rolls.
1101. “Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War,” <http://www.suvcw.org/>, 2010-09-16.
1102. “1930 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, enumeration district 17-60, p. 11A, digital image, Ancesrty.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, birthplace confirmed Germany.
1103. 1900 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Precinct of Pike Township, enumeration district 94, p. 8A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 March 2011), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.
1104. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 1A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, Owned farm free of mortgage.
1105. Ibid. husband John is a widower.
1106. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>.
1107. 1880 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, enumeration district 261, p. 28, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 12 April 2011), citing the National Archives, Records of the Bureau of the Census, microfilm publication T9, 1454 rolls, provided birth place.
1108. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 679-680.
1109. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, “William P Bloom”.
1110. “Ancestry.com Clearfield County, Pennsylvania Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa....s.clearfield/mb.ashx>, posted by Lori, 24 October 2004.
1111. timeanddate.com, as determined by using Date Calculator, Time and Date AS, <http://www.timeanddate.com/date/dateadd.html>, As calculated by Richard Lee Gleason using a known date <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1112. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p, 680.
1113. Pioneer Women of Faith and Fortitude, Four Volumes, International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Printed by Publishers Press, 1998, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, Volume IV, p. 2743.
1114. Ibid. Volume IV, p. 2744.
1115. Ibid. Volume IV, pp. 2743-2744.
1116. Ibid. Volume IV, pp. 2743.
1117. Ibid. Volume II, p. 1063.
1118. Ibid. Volume II, pp. 1063-1064; Volume IV, p. 2744.
1119. Honor Barney, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 2 June 1961, p. 6, his mother-in-law.
1120. Mrs. Hannah Hoopengardner, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 14 June 1939, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 22 March 2011).
1121. “Gossip For Tonight’s Tea Table,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 23 October 1916, p. 4, Col. 3, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
1122. The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 8 February 1927, p. 7, Col. 6, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.
1123. “Descendants of George H. Hopengartner,” Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr.,, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/G...s-jr/GENE2-0001.html>, Retrieved 24 February 2009, Individual #104.
1124. 1900 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Precinct of Pike Township, enumeration district 94, p. 5B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 2 March 2011), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls, provided birth place.
1125. “Descendants of George H. Hopengartner,” Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr.,, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/G...s-jr/GENE2-0001.html>, Retrieved 24 February 2009, p. 22, born April 1880.
1126. 1900 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Precinct of Pike Township, enumeration district 94, p. 5B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 2 March 2011), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls, “Clifton” provided birth place.
1127. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 26.
1128. “Stationed in Germany,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 4 Septemeber 1969, p. 7, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
1129. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Gilbert’s cousin and knew him as a young teenager.
1130. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversations 19 March and 6 April 2011.
1131. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Cheryl “Sherry” Boal, Mahaffey, Pennsylvania, <has no email address>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Facebook private message, 2 March 2016.
1132. “Bride-Elect,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 7 October 1970, p. 8, <http://newspaperarchive.com>, announces the engagement of Cindy to Ronald B. Rogers.
1133. Ibid.
1134. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Cheryl “Sherry” Boal, Mahaffey, Pennsylvania, <has no email address>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Telephone conversation, 6 March 2016; Cindy was 18 years old when she married.
1135. Ibid. Telephone conbersation, 6 March 2016.
1136. Ibid. Facebook message, 20 May 2015; telephone conversation, 6 March 2016.
1137. “Cheryl F. Boal, John Haney Wed ..,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 22 August 1974, p. 25, <http://newspaperarchive.com>.
1138. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Previous telephone conversations as well as one on 6 April 2011.
1139. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Cheryl “Sherry” Boal, Mahaffey, Pennsylvania, <has no email address>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Facebook private message, February of 2015.
1140. Ibid.
1141. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, accessed 6 February 2009, entry for Frederick Longabaugh.
1142. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was married to Fred’s neice Patricia Avery, 1977-1999.
1143. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, accessed 6 February 2009, entry for Robert Longabaugh.
1144. Ibid. Retrieved 6 February 2009, entry for Robert Longabaugh.
1145. Ibid. accessed 6 February 2009, entry for Ardis Longabaugh.
1146. Personal Profile, Brigit McVicker, LinkedIn.com, <https://www.linkedin.com/>, Retrieved 9 March 2016.
1147. “Major General John Gibbon Commander-in-Chief 1895-1896,” by Robert G. Carroon, Past Commander-in-Chief, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, <http://www.suvcw.org/mollus/pcinc/jgibbon.htm>, Retrieved February 2010.
1148. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversation, 2 March 2016.
1149. “Joseph B. Wirthlin,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_B._Wirthlin>, Retrieved 31 January 2010.
1150. “Elder Wirthlin’s son recalls apostle’s life, love of U.,” Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah, 3 December 2008, <http://www.deseretnews.com/article/705267555/Elder...-life-love-of-U.html>, Retrieved 31 January 2010.
1151. “Elisa Wirthlin, wife of Elder Wirthlin, dies at 87,” Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah, 18 August 2006, <http://www.deseretnews.com/article/645194084/Elisa...hlin-dies-at-87.html>, Retrieved 30 December 2010.
1152. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Boggs Township, Blue Ball Precinct/Village, Clearfield, PA, enumeration district 51, p. 8A, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 21 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
1153. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Estelle (Veliky) Bowman, Osceola Mills, PA to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Certificate of Death of daughter Betsy in Estelle’s possession.
1154. Ibid. (Month and Day) Record of Burial Place of Veteran.
1155. “1930 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Boggs Township, enumeration district 7, p. 6A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives.
1156. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Estelle (Veliky) Bowman, Osceola Mills, PA to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Record of Burial Place of Veteran.
1157. Ibid. Certificate of Death in her possession.
1158. Ibid. (Place of Birth) Certificate of Death of son Leroy in her possession.
1159. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Daniel Robert Gisewhite, Mahaffey, PA to his half-brother Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Giving birth.
1160. Undocumented Information provided by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Seen in newspaper article about the incident.
1161. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Estelle (Veliky) Bowman, Osceola Mills, PA to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Certificate of Death of Grace in Estelle’s possession.
1162. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Joyce’s Memorial #9952252.
1163. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, accessed 6 February 2009, entry for Joyce. R. Hull.
1164. Headstone Inscription as viewed by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Middle Initial. His son Robert Jr.’s middle name was “Dwayne.”.
1165. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Robert’s Memorial #143953879.
1166. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Linda (Wise) Sunderlin b. 1948, to here 1st cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1167. Hook, J.N., Family Names, The Origins, Meanings, Mutations, and History of More Than 2,800 American Names, New York, Collier Books, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1982, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 332.
1168. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 899.
1169. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Franklin’s Memorial #128254628.
1170. Ibid. Patricia’s Memorial #143959585.
1171. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 551, 899.
1172. Ibid. p. 551.
1173. “Mary Margaret Farntz [sic] Bloom,” Submitted by Beulah, 8 November 2005, <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&a...p;GRid=12290306&>, Retrieved 8 November 2010.
1174. “Births,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 12 June 1961, p. 5, http://newspaperarchive.com/.
1175. “Two Die on Area Roads,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 6 July 1970, Photo copy provided by Sandy Logue, N. Canton, Ohio, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1176. “Boggs Supervisors Are Haled Into Court To Defend Themselves,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 23 December 1927, Photo copy provided by Sandy Logue, N. Canton, Ohio, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1177. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Retrieved 2010-10-18, see <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Gold_Star_Mothers_Club>.
1178. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Father George’s Memorial #73495681.
1179. Application Form, National Register of Historic Places, Abell-Gleason House, Charlottesville, VA. DHR File No. 104-0008, dated December 29, 2000. <www.dhr.virginia.gov/.../104-0008_Abell-Gleason_House_2001_Final_Nomination.pdf> pp. 5-6, 8.
1180. “World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918,” digital images, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 March 2011), James Emmett Gleason, No. 174, Albermarle County, Virigina Draft Board, citing World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication M1509; no specific roll cited, provided birth date and state.
1181. “World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942,” digital images, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 March 2011), James Emmett Gleason, Charlottesville, Virginia (assumed), citing United States, Selective Service System, Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration, National Archives and Records Administration, Note: The Fourth Registration, often referred to as “the old man’s registration” was conducted on 27 April 1942, provided complete birth place.
1182. 1930 U.S. Census, Virginia, population schedule, Charlottesville City, enumeration district 104-8, p. 3B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.footnote.com : retrieved 16 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, T626.
1183. “World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942,” digital images, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 March 2011), James Emmett Gleason, Charlottesville, Virginia (assumed), citing United States, Selective Service System, Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration, National Archives and Records Administration, Note: The Fourth Registration, often referred to as “the old man’s registration” was conducted on 27 April 1942.
1184. “World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918,” digital images, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 March 2011), James Emmett Gleason, No. 174, Albermarle County, Virigina Draft Board, citing World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication M1509; no specific roll cited.
1185. “Roosevelt Will Speak Tomorrow At "Monticello",” The Daily Progress, Charlottesville, VA, 3 July 1936, p. 1, <http://www.vahistory.org/newspapers.html>, Retrieved 13 February 2009.
1186. “List of Inbound Passengers (United States Citizens and Nationals),” Form I-416, Treasury Department, United Staes Customs Services, List No. 6, line 7, retrieved 16 March 2011, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010., citing Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 1820-1897, National Archives.
1187. Jonathan Wertz, “Re: George F. Wertz b. 1829 Bedford Co., PA ,” Genealogy.com - Wertz Family Genealogy Forum, posted 10 February 2009, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/wertz/messages/685.html>, Retrieved 10 February 2009.
1188. “Wertz, Nicholas (1783-1875) Descendants,” Gedcom file, adding 731 unique new names, submitted by Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, Pennsylvania, <katy111@verizon.net>, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 27 May 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1189. 1880 U.S. Census, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Southampton Township, enumeration district 236, p. 333C, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 22 March 2011), citing the National Archives, Records of the Bureau of the Census, microfilm publication T9, 1454 rolls, provided birth place.
1190. “Has Draft Summons From Civil War,” The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 27 March 1944, p. 6, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>.
1191. Emanuel L Wertz, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 28 April 1922, p. 3, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>, “Louise”.
1192. 1880 U.S. Census, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Southampton Township, enumeration district 236, p. 333C, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 22 March 2011), citing the National Archives, Records of the Bureau of the Census, microfilm publication T9, 1454 rolls, “Louisa”.
1193. E-Mail: Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, PA, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Dated March 1, 2010.
1194. “Isaac Potts [& Washington’s Valley Forge],” <http://www.ushistory.org/valleyforge/youasked/010.htm>, Retrieved February 2010.
1195. Roberts, Ellwood, Editor (Collected by Mrs. Philip E. Lamunyan), The Dewees Family: Genealogical Data, Biographical Facts and Historical Information, Norristown, PA, William H. Roberts, 1905, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, scanned version in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 20 of scanned document.
1196. Hughes, William, “Benjamin H. Latrobe’s Pennsylvania-German Family Connections,” 6 November 2006, <http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/16036>, Retrieved 19 November 2008.
1197. E-Mail: Anne Ponder, Georgia, <Abponder@aol.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 12 February 2016, “Dewees and Lorrain Family,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1198. “Descendants of Adriaen Heyndricks de Wees,” John C. Dawson, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/a/w/John-C-Dawson/GENE6-0001.html>.
1199. “The Life and Times of Henry Antes,” Now and Then, Helen H. Russell, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 325-332, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2004, <http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html>.
1200. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1274 of the scanned document.
1201. Swank, James M., Introduction To a History of Ironmaking and Coal Mining in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Published by the Author, 1878, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, pp. 28-29.
1202. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Person ID: 8656.
1203. “Ancestry.com Dewees Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.dewees/mb.ashx>, Joyce Kornemann, posted October 22, 2000.
1204. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See wikipedia.
1205. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, From spouse Brenda Ingram’s page.
1206. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Mary (Donahue) Lines, Akron, Ohio, to her nephew Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Mary is Michael’s great grandmother.
1207. William L. Ellinger, Obituary, Indiana (Pennsylvania) Gazette, 10 March 1972, Photo copy provided by Sandy Logue, N. Canton, Ohio, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1208. “Pair Charged in Slaying,” The Times Recorder, Zanesville, Ohio, 14 November 1967, p. 5 B Section, Digital image, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1209. 1900 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Precinct of Pike Township, enumeration district 94, p. 5B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 2 March 2011), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls, provided middle initial.
1210. Charles W. Middleton, Obituary, (Most Likely) The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, May 1969.
1211. Ibid. provided birth place.
1212. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, “Charles Wesley Middleton”.
1213. Mrs. Jennie Middleton, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 13 January 1958, p. 10, identifies first name.
1214. 1880 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Greenwood, enumeration district 269, p. 263A, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 23 March 2011), citing the National Archives, Records of the Bureau of the Census, microfilm publication T9, 1454 rolls.
1215. “Ancestry.com Clearfield County, Pennsylvania Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa....s.clearfield/mb.ashx>, NANGEN49, posted 23 May 2011, provided first initial.
1216. Ibid. posted by sankring (Sandra Leonard), 1 June 2011.
1217. Ibid. NANGEN49, posted 23 May 2011.
1218. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. son Clifford was born in 1936.
1219. 1940 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Borough Ward 1, p. 1-B, digital image, (http://stevemorse.org/census/unified.html : retrieved 13 April 2012), indicates husband Blake is a widow.
1220. Social Security Administration, “Social Security Death Index,” “database, GenealogyBank.com,” <http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/ssdi/>, State of Issue: Pennsylvania.
1221. 1940 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Borough Ward 1, p. 1-B, digital image, (http://stevemorse.org/census/unified.html : retrieved 13 April 2012).
1222. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> AJ Flanagan email dated 31 January 2011.
1223. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Sandy Logue, N. Canton, Ohio, <logues58@sbcglobal.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 11 February 2011.
1224. Ibid. email dated 12 February 2011.
1225. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Olanta Precinct, enumeration district 99, p. 4A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
1226. “Genealogy.com Clearfield County, PA Genealogy Forum,” <http://genforum.genealogy.com/pa/clearfield/>, Re: Middletons of Clearfield County, Tim Gruber, dated 25 January 2011.
1227. Richard Lee Gleason compilation of handwritten notes made during interviews with various, mostly unidentified, Lines family members. These interviews were undated but mostly took place during the 1970s and 1980s. Notes privately held by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. b. abt 1942, d. abt 1944, died of Pneumonia.
1228. Vital Record: Indiana State Board of Health, “Certificate of Death,” Richard Terry Lines, 25 September 1946, Informant: George L. Barnett, digital image in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1229. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Terry’s Memorial #151053821, retrieved 5 Sep 2016; See Notes.
1230. “Evansville, Indiana & Vanderburgh County,” Subdivisions, ©2016 Evansville, Indiana, <http://www.evansvillegov.org/index.aspx?page=1809>, Retrieved 5 September 2016.
1231. E-Mail: Terri Allshouse, Redding, California, <tallshouse@charter.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 20 February 2010 (Multiple Emails), “Ellinger Rothrock,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, “Janie” “Jennie”.
1232. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, pp. 548-549.
1233. “Snyder Family File ,” Gedcom file originally created by Tom Schoening, submitted by William Robert Mays (b. 1948) to Richard Lee Gleason, 17 September 2016 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1234. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, John’s Mother Eva’s Memorial #125513051 with obituary.
1235. Ibid. Husband Tiumothy’s grandmother Nancy’s Memorial #110910427 with Obituary.
1236. Ibid. Timothy’s grandmother Nancy’s Memorial #110910427 with Obituary.
1237. Pioneer Women of Faith and Fortitude, Four Volumes, International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Printed by Publishers Press, 1998, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, Volume III, p. 2669, Volume IV, p. 3045.
1238. Ibid. Volume II, pp. 1063-1064 .
1239. Ibid. Volume II, pp. 1063-1064, confirms date.
1240. Ibid. Volume II, p. 1065.
1241. Ibid. Volume II, pp. 1064-1065.
1242. Ibid. Volume II, p. 1064.
1243. Shepherd, Terry <tcshepherd@sbcglobal.net.com>, “World Connect Project: Nancy Shepherd,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/...:3145611&recno=0>, Retrieved November 2009.
1244. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Mercedes Maria (Gonzales) Hobrecht (b. 1961), of Seattle, WA, to her husband Richard lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com> telephone conversation, 14 March 2016.
1245. “Barron, William B. Family,” Gedcom file, downloaded 23 October 2010, containing 23,211 names, submitted by William Barron and dated February 2010, Sun City, Florida, <http://www.w1wab.com/>, dentifies him as Abraham High.
1246. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 548.
1247. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 41.
1248. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Frances Kittleman, Orange County, New York, <frannimae@frontiernet.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 6 June 2011; cites “Early PA Births 1675-1875” by Charles Adam Fisher. The excerpt is from Dreisbach’s Lutheran and reformed Church Baptismal Record, Buffalo Valley, Union Co., PA. The baptismal record of Susanna’s brother John.
1249. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>, "Some Geneologies and Family Records".
1250. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Frances Kittleman, Orange County, New York, <frannimae@frontiernet.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 9 July 2011.
1251. Bloom, LeRoy W, “A Bloom By Any Name: Some Ancestors and Descendants of Johann Peter Blum 1732-1814,” Kindle Edition, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015, Sold by Amazon Digital Services, Inc., p. 20.
1252. “Stanford University School of Medicine and the Predecessor Schools: An Historical Perspective,” By John Long Wilson, MD, Manuscript, 1500 pages, Lane Medical Library Archives and Special Collections, <http://elane.stanford.edu/wilson/index.html>, Retrieved 28 October 2010.
1253. Graham, Colleen (Laird), “World Connect Project: Our Family,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:2859273>, Retrieved January 2010, Cites “Some Genealogies and Family Records” by Albert Y. Straw.
1254. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated December 3, 1852.
1255. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 189 "Haney".
1256. “Barron, William B. Family,” Gedcom file, downloaded 23 October 2010, containing 23,211 names, submitted by William Barron and dated February 2010, Sun City, Florida, <http://www.w1wab.com/>, "Sarah DeRhoads".
1257. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 490.
1258. “Zane Webster Bloom Pedigree Chart,” Chrissie van Tol, Bloom - Ancestors of Wilhelm Blum (Bloom), Posted as a Photo at: <http://www.facebook.com>, Retrieved February 2010.
1259. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Frederick’s Memorial #1366864578.
1260. E-Mail: Maureen Passmore, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Subj: Sir John Passmore; dated Oct 13, 2010.
1261. “Ancestry.com Passmore Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Passmore>, dated 16 September 2010.
1262. “1930 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, enumeration district 60, p. 2A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives.
1263. 1930 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, enumeration district 17-60, p. 2A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 12 May 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.
1264. Oak Hill Cemetery, Clearfield County, PA (partial survey), Pennsylvania USGenWeb Archives, Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, Copyright © 2008-2010, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/tsimages/oakhill-pike.htm>, “Harry D. Patton”.
1265. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Florence (Lines) Bucholz (b. 1929), of Parma, Ohio to her first cousin, Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. birth place, identified as “Henry Dorsey”.
1266. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 150.
1267. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 91.
1268. Ibid. p. 97, cites Interment Records for Irving Park Cem. Chicago, IL.
1269. Ibid. beginning p. 92.
1270. Ibid. p. 96.
1271. Ibid. pp. 91, 99.
1272. Ibid. p. 102.
1273. Ibid. p. 102, cites Application for Marriage License, Book 13 Reg #5851.
1274. Ibid. p. 112.
1275. Ibid. p. 113.
1276. Maxine Yednak, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 29 October 2004, p. 16, Photo copy provided by Sandy Logue, N. Canton, Ohio, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Half sister, daughter of mother Barbara.
1277. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Julie Bonholzer Mills (b. 1969), of Federal Way, WA, to her uncle Richard lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Julie is Nikole's mother.
1278. Ibid. Julie is Jamison's mother.
1279. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, Nicholas’ personal page.
1280. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Katie’s Uncle.
1281. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. From Colleen Graham source material? See also Wikipedia <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Lancaster,_Pennsylvania#History>.
1282. Launey, John Pitts, First Families of Chester County, PA (volume 2), Heritage Books, 2000, preview published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>, p. 127.
1283. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1838 of the scanned document.
1284. Launey, John Pitts, First Families of Chester County, PA (volume 2), Heritage Books, 2000, preview published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>, p. 128.
1285. David Kipp Conover (dave@conovergenealogy.com), <http://www.conovergenealogy.com>, Retrieved 10 November 2008.
1286. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 756, col. 1.
1287. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Husband Everett’s Memorial # 25631698.
1288. Ibid. Everett’s Memorial # 25631698.
1289. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Gloria (Susek) Peters (b. 1950), Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com>, to her second cousin Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Telephone conversation 21 Oct 2008.
1290. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Father’s Memorial # 25631698.
1291. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 670.
1292. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 19.
1293. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 21.
1294. “James McCracken Jr. & Mary Jordan,” Compiled and Published by Erie B. Randall - Copyright 2008, <http://erierandall.com/eBooks.aspx>, Retrieved 28 September 2010, p. 5.
1295. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 21, “Polly”.
1296. “James McCracken Jr. & Mary Jordan,” Compiled and Published by Erie B. Randall - Copyright 2008, <http://erierandall.com/eBooks.aspx>, Retrieved 28 September 2010, p. 36.
1297. “Ancestry.com Passmore Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Passmore>, Cheryell66, posted 19 Jan 2006.
1298. Ibid. Cheryell Averill Romere, posted 3 Dec 2001.
1299. “Stevens Family Tree,” This tree encompasses the Helliers and the Passmore families on the site owner’s side of the family. Other names include: Hill, McKee, Hurd, Bloom, White, Spaid, Sinquet, and Strong, Wendy D. (Hellier) Stevens, site owner, Jarretsville, Maryland, <stevenswendy94@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5359691>, Birth Year provided. Previously I had 1736/37.
1300. “Old Swedes Church - Wilmington, Delaware,” Old Swedes Foundation, <http://www.oldswedes.org/>, Retrieved 14 September 2009.
1301. “Stevens Family Tree,” This tree encompasses the Helliers and the Passmore families on the site owner’s side of the family. Other names include: Hill, McKee, Hurd, Bloom, White, Spaid, Sinquet, and Strong, Wendy D. (Hellier) Stevens, site owner, Jarretsville, Maryland, <stevenswendy94@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5359691>, provides middle name.
1302. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, pp. 6-7.
1303. Ibid. p. 6.
1304. Ibid. p. 5.
1305. “Ancestry.com Passmore Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Passmore>, Betty Passmore Miller, posted 9 Jul 2000.
1306. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 1.
1307. “Famous People Related to Joseph Passmore,” Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5359691/person/-1437072276>.
1308. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 756.
1309. Ibid. p. 66 of the scanned document.
1310. Ibid. p. 756 of the book or p. 1990 of the scanned document.
1311. Ibid. p. 107 of the scanned document.
1312. Ibid. p. 535 of the scanned document.
1313. Hammond, Dorothy (dorothy_hammond@hotmail.com), “World Connect Project: Hammond Family,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op...=:546392&id=I348>, Retrieved November 2008.
1314. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1839 of the scanned document.
1315. “Peircecentral.com Peirce Pages Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://peircepages.peircecentral.com>, David Peirce, posted 22 Aug 1999.
1316. Jordan, John Woolf, Colonial Families of Philadelphia, Vol. 2, New York, Lewis Pub. Co., 1911, Limited preview published on The Internet, <http://www.archive.org/details/colonialfamilies02jord>, Retrieved 20 November 2009, p. 1454.
1317. Carlson, Robert E., Index to Chester County (Pennsylvania) Biography, Friends of the Library West Chester University, West Chester, PA, 1983, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 120; cites sources for biographies.
1318. Launey, John Pitts, First Families of Chester County, PA (volume 2), Heritage Books, 2000, preview published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>, p. 129 (See great-grandson Jacob’s (1761-1801) notes).
1319. Ingraffia, Roy Joseph Jr., “Longwood: A Building Investigation and Intervention Proposal for the Cox House, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania,” Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in Historic Preservation 2004., 1 January 2004, with photos, <http://repository.upenn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?ar...mp;context=hp_theses>, Retrieved 25 June 2016, p. 82, Appendix A: Cox House Chain of Title for year 1701.
1320. “Peircecentral.com Peirce Pages Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://peircepages.peircecentral.com>, Earl Peirce, posted 5 May 1998.
1321. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 184, col. 2.
1322. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 615.
1323. “Births,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 2 February 1953, http://newspaperarchive.com/.
1324. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Brother William’s Memorial #143952363, Obituary.
1325. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Daniel Robert Gisewhite, Mahaffey, PA to his half-brother Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. August 2016.
1326. Ibid. “Jim”.
1327. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, James’ page.
1328. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Brother In-Law William Wise’s Memorial #143952363, Obituary.
1329. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Telephone conversation, 3 March 2016, 16 March 2016. Wilbur is the compiler’s first cousin.
1330. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Daniel Robert Gisewhite, Mahaffey, PA to his half-brother Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Dan Sunderlin.
1331. Ibid. “Dean”.
1332. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Telephone conversation, 3 March 2016, 16 March 2016. Wilbur is the compiler’s first cousin.
1333. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Kathy (Krueger) Witherite, Sandy Ridge, PA to her half-brother Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1334. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Daniel Robert Gisewhite, Mahaffey, PA to his half-brother Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. “Reed”.
1335. Hello World!, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 14 May 1962, p. 6.
1336. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, William’s Memorial #143952363 with obituary.
1337. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Daniel Robert Gisewhite, Mahaffey, PA to his half-brother Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Unknown grave site.
1338. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, William’s Memorial #143952363.
1339. “No Inquest Is Planned Into Death of Child,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 2 February 1956, pp. 1, 8, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>, “another brother Joseph Allen died in August of last year.”.
1340. “Births,” The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 22 June 1955, p. 12, http://newspaperarchive.com/.
1341. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Joseph’s Memorial #143959341.
1342. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Daniel Robert Gisewhite, Mahaffey, PA to his half-brother Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. “Marg”.
1343. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Telephone Conversation, 16 March 2016 “Lou”.
1344. “Joyce R Hull Wise et al,” <http://www.findagrave.com>, Retrieved 26 October 2008, “Lou”.
1345. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Mary’s Memorial #21758080 .
1346. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Estelle (Veliky) Bowman, Osceola Mills, PA to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. (Birth Place) Death Certificate of Eva’s son in Estelle’s possession.
1347. Ibid. Certificate of Death of Mary’s daughter Donna in Estelle’s possession.
1348. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, William’s Memorial #21758070.
1349. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Estelle (Veliky) Bowman, Osceola Mills, PA to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. (Birth Place) Death Certificate of William’s son Raymond in Estelle’s possession.
1350. Ibid. Certificate of Death of son Raymond in Estelle’s possession.
1351. Ibid. Certificate of Death of daughter Donna in Estelle’s possession.
1352. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Daniel Robert Gisewhite, Mahaffey, PA to his half-brother Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Hung himself.
1353. “Mrs. Sophia P. Gisewhite,” Obituary, Clearfield Progress, (Clearfield, PA), 15 July 1957, p. 5, “Miss”.
1354. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Estelle (Veliky) Bowman, Osceola Mills, PA to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Certificate of Death (per Hospital Record) in her possession.
1355. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, His facebook page.
1356. Wong, Ruth, “Re: Elder, Ogden under Clarion County Surnames,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, 10 February 2002, <http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.....1.1.1.1.1.1/mb.ashx>, Retrieved January 2010.
1357. Wall, Thomas Lincoln, Clearfield County Pennsylvania Present and Past, Clearfield, PA, Published by the Author, 1925, published on the Internet at, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/wall/wall-history.htm>, or, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/clearfieldpastandpresent>, p. 23.
1358. Ibid. Chapter 2.
1359. Bush, Chuck, “Ogden Family in reply to: Ogdens, First settlers of Clearfield,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, 7 August 1999, <http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa....ield/370.466/mb.ashx>, Retrieved January 2010.
1360. Wall, Thomas Lincoln, Clearfield County Pennsylvania Present and Past, Clearfield, PA, Published by the Author, 1925, published on the Internet at, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/wall/wall-history.htm>, or, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/clearfieldpastandpresent>, pp. 22-23, 37.
1361. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Daniel’s Memorial# 5394485, “Lt.”.
1362. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 52.
1363. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Daniel’s Memorial# 5394485.
1364. Ibid. Daniel’s Memorial #5394485.
1365. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 53.
1366. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, p. 15, see also p. 39.
1367. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 5-6.
1368. The 20th Century Society of Western Pennsylvania, compiled and Edited by Ray Washlaski, <http://patheoldminer.rootsweb.ancestry.com>, Retrieved 27 February 2011, <http:&|;&|;patheoldminer.rootsweb.ancestry.com&|;cleindexc.html>.
1369. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, pp. 9, 12.
1370. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, p. 59.
1371. Wall, Thomas Lincoln, Clearfield County Pennsylvania Present and Past, Clearfield, PA, Published by the Author, 1925, published on the Internet at, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/wall/wall-history.htm>, or, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/clearfieldpastandpresent>, pp. 248-249.
1372. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 9.
1373. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Helena’s Memorial #45106263 “Schoutien”.
1374. Ibid. Helenna’s Memorial #45106263.
1375. “Clearfield County: Or, Reminiscences of the Past,” The Raftsman’s Journal, Clearfield, PA, 11 May 1859, p. 1, <https://www.newspapers.com/clip/4509690/ogden_family_of_clearfield_county_1859/>, col. 3.
1376. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, David’s Memorial #45107045.
1377. Wall, Thomas Lincoln, Clearfield County Pennsylvania Present and Past, Clearfield, PA, Published by the Author, 1925, published on the Internet at, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/wall/wall-history.htm>, or, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/clearfieldpastandpresent>, Chapter 2, People of the Present and Past.
1378. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, David’s father Daniel’s Memorial #5394485.
1379. “Cherry Valley Massacre,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chichester_Friends_Meetinghouse>, Retrieved 10 March 2016.
1380. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Husband David’s Memorial #45107045.
1381. Ibid. Joab’s Memorial #45107783.
1382. Wall, Thomas Lincoln, Clearfield County Pennsylvania Present and Past, Clearfield, PA, Published by the Author, 1925, published on the Internet at, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/wall/wall-history.htm>, or, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/clearfieldpastandpresent>, pp. 242-243, 266.
1383. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, p. 19, cites Raftsman's Journal, July 11th, 1859.
1384. Ibid. p. 39.
1385. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Sent email reply 8 Oct 2010, see http:&|;&|;webspace.webring.com&|;people&|;cu&|;um_890&|;1997&|;paclearf-mar97.html.
1386. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Husband Joab’s Memorial #45107783.
1387. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gloria and compiler are 2nd cousins.
1388. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, birthdate.
1389. Ibid. from his mother Gloria’s photo pages.
1390. Ibid. from mother-in-law Gloria’s photo pages.
1391. Ibid. from mother Gloria’s photo pages.
1392. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 74.
1393. “1920 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Bloom Township, enumeration district 51, p. 3B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 25 May 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T625, 2,076 rolls.
1394. Jim Bennett, Curry Run, Clearfield County, Penna., © 2010, Copy In the possession of Karen (Curry) Bond, p. 78.
1395. “Ancestry.com Bloom Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Bloom>, Robert Norris, posted 17 Jul 2000.
1396. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Curtin’s Memorial # 9253171.
1397. “Ancestors & Descendants of Edna Tiedgen & Arthur E. Bittner: Information About Curtin Rothrock,” Owner Cheryl L. Bittner, genealogy.com, Copyright © 2016, <http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/b/i/t/Cheryl-L-Bittner/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0061.html>, 1 March 2016.
1398. Roy L. Rothrock, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 15 October 1937, Photo copy provided by Sandy Logue, N. Canton, Ohio, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1399. Mrs. Marlie Ellinger Died Tuesday Afternoon, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 17 June 1931, p. 3, <http://newspaperarchive.com/>, “Sarah”.
1400. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Her name appears differently on various records. Her headstone says, “Sarah A.”.
1401. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Sarah’s Memorial# 9253326 (Entered as Susannah Sarah Smeal Rothrock).
1402. E-Mail: Cheryl Bittner, Wayne, PA, <cherylbittner@comcast.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 8 & 10 October 2010, “RE: Rothrock / Ellingher,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, “Les”.
1403. Ibid.
1404. 1910 U.S. Census, Powesheik County, Iowa, population schedule, Grinnell City, enumeration district 114, p. 26B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 21 February 2011), citing the National Archives, provided birth place.
1405. Headstone inscription from photo in possession of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. photographer indicated his gravesite was close to his parents.
1406. Ibid. photographer indicated her gravesite was close to her in-laws.
1407. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Gale (Patton) Simcox, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, <galesimcox@comcast.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 7 December 2010.
1408. E-Mail: Gale Patton Simcox, to Richard Lee Gleason, 7 December 2010, “Re: The Pattons,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1409. 1910 U.S. Census, Powesheik County, Iowa, population schedule, Grinnell City, enumeration district 114, p. 26B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 21 February 2011), citing the National Archives, “Edith”.
1410. Dictionary of American Biography, Published under the auspices of the American Council of Learned Societies, Charles Scribiners & Sons, 1943 Volume 20.
1411. Worcester, John P., The Worcester Family in America, Parts 1 & 2 Combined, Aspen, Colorado, Published by the Author, 2005, <http://www.worcesterfamily.com/Book/part-one.doc> & <http://www.worcesterfamily.com/Book/part-two.doc>, Part 2, p. 98.
1412. 1910 U.S. Census, Powesheik County, Iowa, population schedule, Grinnell City, enumeration district 114, p. 26B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 21 February 2011), citing the National Archives, see his daughter Mary’s entry, provided birth place.
1413. Worcester, John P., The Worcester Family in America, Parts 1 & 2 Combined, Aspen, Colorado, Published by the Author, 2005, <http://www.worcesterfamily.com/Book/part-one.doc> & <http://www.worcesterfamily.com/Book/part-two.doc>, Part 2, p. 113.
1414. 1910 U.S. Census, Powesheik County, Iowa, population schedule, Grinnell City, enumeration district 114, p. 26B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 21 February 2011), citing the National Archives, see her daughter Mary’s entry.
1415. McClure Cemetery Clearfield Co., Pennsylvania, Cheryell Averill Romere, Owasso, OK, <http://pages.sbcglobal.net/dromere/McClure%20Cemetery%20Web%20Page.htm>, Retrieved 27 September 2009.
1416. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 53.
1417. Ibid. p. 189.
1418. Ibid. p. 364.
1419. Ibid. p. 37, 189, 364-365.
1420. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Henry’s Memorial #106838123.
1421. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 227.
1422. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, p. 55.
1423. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated July 11, 1854.
1424. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See <http:&|;&|;dictionary.reference.com&|;browse&|;demijohn>.
1425. Oak Hill Cemetery, Clearfield County, PA (partial survey), Pennsylvania USGenWeb Archives, Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, Copyright © 2008-2010, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/tsimages/oakhill-pike.htm>, “Susanna” on headstone.
1426. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, P. 364.
1427. 1930 U.S. Census, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pittsburgh City, 23rd Ward, enumeration district 12, p. 9A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls, entry for daughter Mary (Lines).
1428. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Lawrence Grover Kline (b. 1943), Huntsville, Alabama, <lgklsk@ardmore.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. telephone conversation, 22 January 2011; 4 May 2016.
1429. Ibid. Facebook chat 26 March 2011.
1430. “A Patriot’s Granddaughter,” Judy (Powers) Ditmore, Vernon, Texas, <jditmore@vernoncollege.edu>, <http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~.../judywebsite_001.htm>, Retrieved 2 October 2010.
1431. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, pp. 5, 9.
1432. Ibid. p. 9 in two places.
1433. Letter: Wood, Judith Kushner, to Richard W. Bardo, of Canaan, NH, March 2006, “Re: The Antes-Canfield-Youngman Line,” <http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html>, “The Antes Family: a few historical highlights: (Home Page).”
1434. E-Mail: Donald Ross Adams, to Richard Lee Gleason, “Re: Antes Family,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Emails dated Jul 2, 2010.
1435. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, See William Forsman Holt.
1436. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Joy Malessa, posted October 21, 2000.
1437. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html.
1438. “Pa-Roots.org Message Board Extractions,” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://www.pa-roots.org>, Claire White, posted July 18, 2006.
1439. “Ancestry.com Goodfellow Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Goodfellow>, millerbillanddeb, posted 8 Jun 2003.
1440. “Pa-Roots.org Message Board Extractions,” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://www.pa-roots.org>.
1441. “Ancestry.com Goodfellow Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Goodfellow>, millerbillanddeb, posted 28 Jul 2003.
1442. Democratic Banner, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1848, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-count...c-banner-1848-issues>, Retrieved 1 October 2010, Issue dated March 4, 1848.
1443. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, pp. 49. 72.
1444. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Philip’s Memorial #30686337 “Morton”.
1445. Ibid. Philip’s Memorial #30686337.
1446. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Charles Parks, posted February 8, 2002.
1447. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated September 30, 1852.
1448. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Mary’s Memorial #30686313.
1449. Centre Cemetery Association, Hyde, PA, Site created by Claire White and her son, <http://www.centrecemetery.com/burials.html>, <info@CentreCemetery.com>, Place of birth.
1450. Eunice Fink Kline, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Application to The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, National Number: 214452, 20 April 1951, cites PA Archives, 5th Series, Vol 7, pp. 581, 765, 1064 and others, from Chrissie Van Tol email dated 20 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, birth date.
1451. “Caldwell, Samuel (d. 1785) Descendants,” Chrissie van Tol, Bloom - Ancestors of Wilhelm Blum (Bloom), Posted as a Photo at <http://www.facebook.com>, Retrieved February 2010, birth date.
1452. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Nathan Zipfel, transcriber, Extractions from 1862 Issues, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/saving-graves/18...publican-1862-issues>, Issue dated September 30, 1852.
1453. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Marie Date, posted August 3, 2001.
1454. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 108.
1455. “U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles,” Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), [database on-line], Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2009, citing History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865, National Archives: Index to Federal Pension Records, History of the 149th Pennsylvania Infantry.
1456. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, pp. 9, 10.
1457. Ibid. p. 10.
1458. Ibid. pp. 10, 11.
1459. Ibid. p. 11.
1460. Ibid. p. 3.
1461. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Fort_Antes>.
1462. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, pp. 841, 849.
1463. “Journal of the Commission - 1757,” January 19, 1757, Bethelehem Digital History Project, http://bdhp.moravian.edu/community_records/meeting...1757commjournal.html, Cited Source Documents located at the Moravian Archives, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania - Box: Bethlehem Conferenzen Journal of the Commission 1752-1760, Retrieved 11 November 2009.
1464. “Distribution of the Brethren in Bethlehem in their Various Trades and other Occupations,” January 16, 1759, Transcription and translation by Katherine Carté Engel, Bethelehem Digital History Project, http://bdhp.moravian.edu/community_records/business/trades/catalogoftrades1.html, Retrieved 11 November 2009, Cites Source document location: Moravian Archives, Bethlehem, Pa. - Box: Bethlehem and Nazareth, 1748 and 1749, Large Sheets. Trades, 1759 .
1465. Bell, Herbert C., Editor, A History of Northumberland County PA, Chicago, IL, Brown, Runk & Co., Publishers, 1891, Published on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/northumberp/bellcont.html>, p. 120.
1466. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, p. 4.
1467. Linn, John Blair, The Annals of Buffalo Valley, [York County] Pennsylvania, 1755-1855, Westminster, Maryland, Heritage Books - ISBN 1-55613-206-9, Originally published 1877, Republished 1989, 1997, <http://files.usgwarchives.org/pa/union/history/lynn/l282322.txt>, p. 209.
1468. “The Antes Family: A Few Historical Highlights:,” Richard W. Bardo, 10 January 2008, <http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html>, Retrieved 18 November 2008.
1469. Bell, Herbert C., Editor, A History of Northumberland County PA, Chicago, IL, Brown, Runk & Co., Publishers, 1891, Published on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/northumberp/bellcont.html>, p. 180.
1470. “Nippenose Township, Pennsylvania,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nippenose_Township,_Pennsylvania, Retrieved 18 February 2009.
1471. “Fort Antes,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Antes>, Retrieved 12 January 2016.
1472. “Ancestry.com Antes Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Antes>, MThomas5351, posted 6 Dec 2001.
1473. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Marc Thomas, posted May 28, 2002.
1474. Ibid. Wayne Shaffer Myers, Jr., posted January 26, 2002.
1475. Ibid. Jane Rutter Conlin, posted February 15, 2001.
1476. Ibid. Joy Malessa, posted July 9, 2002.
1477. Ibid. Steven C. Stoker, posted January 5, 2001.
1478. Ibid. John Masson, posted August 8, 2001 in reply to a Marc Thomas posting.
1479. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, John Henry’s Memorial # 40928972.
1480. Ibid. Elizabeth Memorial# 31774296.
1481. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, ME Thorne, posted February 3, 2002.
1482. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Her spouse John’s Memorial # 23045455.
1483. Ibid. John’s Memorial # 23045455.
1484. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, pp. 3, 6.
1485. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, ME Thorne, posted February 11, 2002.
1486. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 19.
1487. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Elizabeth’s Memorial # 31774296.
1488. Bell, Herbert C., Editor, A History of Northumberland County PA, Chicago, IL, Brown, Runk & Co., Publishers, 1891, Published on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/northumberp/bellcont.html>, p. 172.
1489. Ibid. p. 186.
1490. Linn, John Blair, The Annals of Buffalo Valley, [York County] Pennsylvania, 1755-1855, Westminster, Maryland, Heritage Books - ISBN 1-55613-206-9, Originally published 1877, Republished 1989, 1997, <http://files.usgwarchives.org/pa/union/history/lynn/l282322.txt>, p. 214.
1491. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>.
1492. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Freda Yocum, posted November 24, 2002.
1493. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Joseph’s Memorial # 40928975.
1494. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Jane Rutter Conlin, posted April 29, 2001.
1495. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Dorcas’ Memorial # 40928970.
1496. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Freda Yocum, posted November 17, 2001.
1497. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Dorcas’ Memorial# 40928970.
1498. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, p. 1.
1499. Latrobe, John H.B. Jr., 16 December 2007., <http://www.latrobefamily.com>, Retrieved 8 November 2008.
1500. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, pp. 1-2; cites “On Frontier Col. Antes” pg. 475-476.
1501. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. seen in various sources.
1502. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, p. 838.
1503. Semmes, John E., John H. B. Latrobe And His Times 1803-1891, Baltimore, MD, The Norman, Remington Co., October 1917, <http://www.archive.org>, p. 97.
1504. Dictionary of American Biography, “Antes, Henry (1701-July 20, 1755),” p. 312, Published on The Internet, 2007, by Richard W. Bardo, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/AntesJohannHeinrich.html, Retrieved 9 February 2009.
1505. Emigrants to Pennsylvania, Michael Tepper, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, Photo copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 39.
1506. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, p. 841.
1507. Ibid. pp. 846-850.
1508. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, George C. Burr, posted May 6, 2001.
1509. Ibid. Marc Thomas, posted May 24, 2001.
1510. Ibid. Marc Thomas, posted February 25, 2001.
1511. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, p. 839.
1512. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Marc Thomas, posted April 12, 2002.
1513. Ibid. Marc Thomas, posted June 8, 2001.
1514. Ibid. Dorothy Borton, posted August 4, 2001.
1515. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, pp. 833, 836-837.
1516. Ibid. p. 842.
1517. “The Old Mill At Bethlehem,” William C. Reichel, Updated 16 November 2005, Bethelehem Digital History Project, http://bdhp.moravian.edu/art/architecture/oldmill.html, Retrieved 11 November 2009.
1518. Emigrants to Pennsylvania, Michael Tepper, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, Photo copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 33-41.
1519. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, p. 846.
1520. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, p. 2.
1521. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, p. 834.
1522. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, p. 1 (b. about 1677).
1523. <http://www.geocities.com/heartland/2489/gedhtree/ghtindex.htm>, Retrieved 23 February 2009, (b. about 1677).
1524. E-Mail: Wanda Gant, to Richard Lee Gleason, 23 September 2010, “RE: Dewees Families,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
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1526. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, p. 11, Footnote: Inscriptions of Upper Germantown Cemetery (Pa. Mag. Vol 8, pp. 414-426):.
1527. “Leeuwarden,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leeuwarden>, Retrieved February 2010.
1528. Roberts, Ellwood, Editor (Collected by Mrs. Philip E. Lamunyan), The Dewees Family: Genealogical Data, Biographical Facts and Historical Information, Norristown, PA, William H. Roberts, 1905, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, scanned version in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1529. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Francis_Daniel_Pastorius>.
1530. Ibid. <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;William_Rittenhouse>.
1531. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Joy Malessa, posted March 2, 2005.
1532. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, p. 11, Footnote.
1533. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>.
1534. Roberts, Ellwood, Editor (Collected by Mrs. Philip E. Lamunyan), The Dewees Family: Genealogical Data, Biographical Facts and Historical Information, Norristown, PA, William H. Roberts, 1905, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, scanned version in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 19 of scanned document.
1535. Ibid. pp. 17-18, 22, 26-28 of scanned document.
1536. “Ancestry.com Antes Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Antes>, Steve Dahl, posted 10 Nov 2004.
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1538. “Ancestry.com Antes Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Antes>, millerbillanddeb, pp. 7-8.
1539. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, (Pa Arch 11 Set, Vol 2 pg. 355).
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1541. “The Antes Family: A Few Historical Highlights:,” Richard W. Bardo, 10 January 2008, <http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html>, Retrieved 18 November 2008, Cites Edwin MacMinn’s “On The Frontier With Colonel Antes, pg. 475-476.
1542. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Marc Thomas, posted May 24, 2002.
1543. Ibid. Marc Thomas, posted June 3, 2002.
1544. “Sellon - Nickeson Family Tree,” Colleen “Coke” Lois Sellon, Duluth, Minnesota, <cokesellon@charter.net>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1997-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/4631550>.
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1546. Hall, Clayton Colman, Baltimore Its History and it’s People, Volume II - Biography, New York - Chicago, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 392.
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1557. Hall, Clayton Colman, Baltimore Its History and it’s People, Volume II - Biography, New York - Chicago, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, pp. 392-393.
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1561. latrobefamily.com, <http://latrobefamily.com/genealogy/>, Benjamin Henry Latrobe Notes.
1562. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Fodor's New Orleans 2010, p. 40, retrieved 2 November 2010, http:&|;&|;books.google.com.
1563. Official White House Photo. President Barack Obama re-swearing in ceremony with Chief Justice John Roberts. In the White House map room, 21 January 2009. [Portrait of Benjamin Henry Latrobe (1764-1820) in background].
1564. Semmes, John E., John H. B. Latrobe And His Times 1803-1891, Baltimore, MD, The Norman, Remington Co., October 1917, <http://www.archive.org>, pp. 3-6.
1565. Ibid. pp. 10-11.
1566. Ibid. p. 34.
1567. Ibid. pp. 32-33.
1568. Ibid. pp. 65-66.
1569. Ibid. p. 62.
1570. Ibid. pp. 82-83.
1571. Ibid.
1572. Ibid. p. 32.
1573. Ibid. p. 54.
1574. Ibid. p. 53.
1575. Ibid. p. 56.
1576. Ibid. p. 69.
1577. Ibid. p. 66.
1578. Ibid. p. 72.
1579. Latrobe, John H. B., Sr., “Chronology of Benjamin Henry Latrobe,” Last Updated 23 May 2009, latrobefamily.com, <http://latrobefamily.com/index.php?option=com_cont...ticles&Itemid=55>, Retrieved 1 November 2010, Richard Lee Gleason has added additional events to this chronology.
1580. “Edict of Nantes,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edict_of_Nantes, Retrieved 12 September 2010.
1581. Semmes, John E., John H. B. Latrobe And His Times 1803-1891, Baltimore, MD, The Norman, Remington Co., October 1917, <http://www.archive.org>, p. 3.
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1583. Semmes, John E., John H. B. Latrobe And His Times 1803-1891, Baltimore, MD, The Norman, Remington Co., October 1917, <http://www.archive.org>, p. 35, footnotes.
1584. Hall, Clayton Colman, Baltimore Its History and it’s People, Volume II - Biography, New York - Chicago, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 393.
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1586. “Sellon - Nickeson Family Tree,” Colleen “Coke” Lois Sellon, Duluth, Minnesota, <cokesellon@charter.net>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1997-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/4631550>, provided specific location.
1587. latrobefamily.com, <http://latrobefamily.com/genealogy/>, Benjamin Latrobe Family 1 notes.
1588. “St James's Church, Clerkenwell,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_James%27s_Church,_Clerkenwell>, Retrieved 6 November 2011.
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1590. Hall, Clayton Colman, Baltimore Its History and it’s People, Volume II - Biography, New York - Chicago, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, pp. 393, 399.
1591. “Curio - Presidential Service,” Cites: Humanities, January/February 2009-Volume 30, Number 1, <http://www.neh.gov/news/humanities/2009-01/Curio.html>, Retrieved 2 November 2010.
1592. latrobefamily.com, <http://latrobefamily.com/genealogy/>, Benjamin Latrobe Family 2 notes.
1593. Semmes, John E., John H. B. Latrobe And His Times 1803-1891, Baltimore, MD, The Norman, Remington Co., October 1917, <http://www.archive.org>, pp. 23-25 “Fom John H. B. Latrobe’s notes” [son of Benjamin].
1594. “Benjamin Henry Latrobe II,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_Latrobe,_Jr., Retrieved 9 November 2008.
1595. Semmes, John E., John H. B. Latrobe And His Times 1803-1891, Baltimore, MD, The Norman, Remington Co., October 1917, <http://www.archive.org>, Dr. Frederick May birth memo, pp. 17-18, notes by John H. B. Latrobe.
1596. Hall, Clayton Colman, Baltimore Its History and it’s People, Volume II - Biography, New York - Chicago, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 399.
1597. Ibid. pp. 399-400.
1598. “Latrobe, Pennsylvania,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latrobe,_Pennsylvania>, Retrieved 6 November 2008.
1599. “More Than Meets The Eye: History of Maryland Through Prints, 1750-1900,” <http://www.mdhs.org/Library/Image31.html>, Retrieved February 2010.
1600. Semmes, John E., John H. B. Latrobe And His Times 1803-1891, Baltimore, MD, The Norman, Remington Co., October 1917, <http://www.archive.org>, p. 99.
1601. Hall, Clayton Colman, Baltimore Its History and it’s People, Volume II - Biography, New York - Chicago, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 400.
1602. “Nicholas I. Roosevelt,” The Book of Generations being an examination of the ancestors of Devereaux Dunlap Cannon, III and Nancy Katherine Cannon, <http://64.235.34.221/rosehill/genroosevelt.htm>, Retrieved February 2009.
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1608. Benjamin Henry Boneval LaTrobe & Henry Sellon Boneval Latrobe plaque. Saint Louis Cemetery No. 1, [New Orleans, LA], Erected in 1904.
1609. Latrobe, Benjamin Henry, The Journal of Latrobe. Being the Notes and Sketches of an Architect, Naturalist and Traveler in the United States from 1796 to 1820, Massachusettes, Applewoord Books, 2007, The Library of Congress American Notes: Travels in America, 1750-1920 Collection, http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?ammem/lhbtn:@field(DOCID+@lit(lhbtn39052)), Retrieved 9 November 2008, Page xxvii.
1610. Semmes, John E., John H. B. Latrobe And His Times 1803-1891, Baltimore, MD, The Norman, Remington Co., October 1917, <http://www.archive.org>, p. 60.
1611. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, p. 6.
1612. Semmes, John E., John H. B. Latrobe And His Times 1803-1891, Baltimore, MD, The Norman, Remington Co., October 1917, <http://www.archive.org>, p. 98.
1613. Eastwood, Jill, “La Trobe, Charles Joseph (1801-1875),” 1996, Australian Dictionary of Biography and the Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, University of Melbourne , <http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/about.htm>, Retrieved 8 November 2008.
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1615. Semmes, John E., John H. B. Latrobe And His Times 1803-1891, Baltimore, MD, The Norman, Remington Co., October 1917, <http://www.archive.org>, p. 29.
1616. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, William J. Barnes, posted April 27, 2001 and October 18, 2001.
1617. Ibid. Donita Hess, posted December 3, 2001.
1618. Hall, Clayton Colman, Baltimore Its History and it’s People, Volume II - Biography, New York - Chicago, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, pp. 393-396.
1619. Calhoun, Ann, B&O Raildroad Museum, “Latrobe, John Hazlehurst Boneval (1803-1891),” A joint project of the Maryland Historical Society, the Maryland Humanities Council, the Enoch Pratt Free Library, and the Maryland State Department of Education, <http://www.mdoe.org/latrobejhb.html#>, Retrieved 2 November 2010.
1620. “Latrobe, John Hazlehurst Boneval,” http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Latrobe,+John+Hazlehurst+Boneval, See biography by J. E. Semmes (1917).
1621. Hall, Clayton Colman, Baltimore Its History and it’s People, Volume II - Biography, New York - Chicago, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 396.
1622. Semmes, John E., John H. B. Latrobe And His Times 1803-1891, Baltimore, MD, The Norman, Remington Co., October 1917, <http://www.archive.org>, Design of the Cover, 2.
1623. Ibid. p. 38.
1624. Ibid. p. 40.
1625. Ibid. pp. 40-41.
1626. Ibid. p. 45.
1627. Ibid. pp. 67-69.
1628. Ibid. p. 70.
1629. Ibid. p. 71.
1630. Ibid. p. 74.
1631. Ibid. pp. 83-84.
1632. Ibid. see Chapter V, The compiler of this database is related to both, but they are not related to one another.
1633. “Sellon - Nickeson Family Tree,” Colleen “Coke” Lois Sellon, Duluth, Minnesota, <cokesellon@charter.net>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1997-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/4631550>, place of birth.
1634. Hall, Clayton Colman, Baltimore Its History and it’s People, Volume II - Biography, New York - Chicago, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, pp. 400-402.
1635. Ibid. p. 402.
1636. latrobefamily.com, <http://latrobefamily.com/genealogy/>, Benjamin Latrobe notes.
1637. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org.
1638. Burke, John, A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Volume 1 - A to L, London, Henry Colburn, Publisher, 1847 (MDCCCXLVII), p. 44, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, provides Esq.
1639. Ibid. if read correctly, Mary Ann, m. in Jan. 1817, William Foster, Esq. of Kempstone, in BedfordslUre, by whom (who d. in 1829) she had a son.
1640. “Sir William Chambers Darling,” a pay site containing family recoprds, <www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/british/bb4ae/bagshawe1.htm>, Retrieved 13 February 2011.
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1642. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Lanny’s Memorial # 47503871 (Memo).
1643. Ibid. Lanny’s Memorial # 47503871.
1644. Roberts, Ellwood, Editor (Collected by Mrs. Philip E. Lamunyan), The Dewees Family: Genealogical Data, Biographical Facts and Historical Information, Norristown, PA, William H. Roberts, 1905, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, scanned version in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 17-19.
1645. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, “Gerret Hendricksz Dewees”.
1646. E-Mail: Wanda Gant, to Richard Lee Gleason, 23 September 2010, “RE: Dewees Families,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Cites: Oigin of the Dewees Family Genealogical Data, Biographical Facts and Historical Information Collected by Mrs. Philip E. Lamunyan with Ellwood Roberts, Editor, Norristown, Pennsylvania in 1905.
1647. Ibid. Refers to: ORIGIN OF THE DEWEES FAMILY GENEALOGICAL DATA, BIOGRAPHICAL FACTS AND HISTORICAL INFORMATION COLLECTED BY MRS. PHILIP E. LAMUNYAN with ELLWOOD ROBERTS, EDITOR , NORRISTOWN Pennsylvania in 1905.
1648. “Descendants of Adriaen Heyndricks de Wees,” John C. Dawson, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/a/w/John-C-Dawson/GENE6-0001.html>, identifies her as Syjtia/Zytian.
1649. Roberts, Ellwood, Editor (Collected by Mrs. Philip E. Lamunyan), The Dewees Family: Genealogical Data, Biographical Facts and Historical Information, Norristown, PA, William H. Roberts, 1905, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, scanned version in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 22.
1650. Ibid. p. 7 of the scanned document.
1651. E-Mail: Wanda Gant, to Richard Lee Gleason, 23 September 2010, “RE: Dewees Families,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Cites “Origins of the Dewees Family Genealogical Data ..” and original sources.
1652. “Register - Marriages, 1758,” Bethelehem Digital History Project, http://bdhp.moravian.edu/community_records/register/marriages/marriages1758.html, pages 35-37 of original text, Retrieved 11 November 2009.
1653. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, p. 2, [cites 11 Set, Col 9, p 109].
1654. “Henry Antes (1701-1755),” Edited Appletons Encyclopedia, 2001, Virtualology, http://famousamericans.net/henryantes/, Retrieved 7 December 2009.
1655. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, pp. 2-3.
1656. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, pp. 851-853.
1657. Ibid. p. 845.
1658. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, George C. Burr, posted January 27, 2001.
1659. Bell, Herbert C., Editor, A History of Northumberland County PA, Chicago, IL, Brown, Runk & Co., Publishers, 1891, Published on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/northumberp/bellcont.html>, p. 215.
1660. Linn, John Blair, The Annals of Buffalo Valley, [York County] Pennsylvania, 1755-1855, Westminster, Maryland, Heritage Books - ISBN 1-55613-206-9, Originally published 1877, Republished 1989, 1997, <http://files.usgwarchives.org/pa/union/history/lynn/l282322.txt>, p. 330.
1661. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. (Wikipedia).
1662. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, p. 851.
1663. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Thera Date, posted December 26, 1999.
1664. Ibid. Ruth Herman Markley, posted April 1, 2000.
1665. “Instruments - Violin Made by John Antes,” 2008., Bethlehem Digital History Project, Bethlehem, PA, http://bdhp.moravian.edu/music/instruments/violin.html, Retrieved 18 November 2008.
1666. “Biography John Antes (1740-1811),” 2001., King College, Bristol, TN, <http://www.king.edu/MusicResearch/Antes/biography.htm>, Retrieved 19 November 2008.
1667. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, p. 853.
1668. “John Antes,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Antes>, Retrieved 19 September 2010.
1669. “Antes, John,” <http://encyclopedia.jrank.org/articles/pages/340/Antes-John.html#ixzz100XCaCNx>, Retrieved 19 September 2010.
1670. “John Antes, Johann Friedrich Peter, String Music in the Moravian Musical Heritage,” Liner notes from the New World Records Recording, Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc., <www.newworldrecords.org/linernotes/80507.pdf>, Retrieved 19 September 2010.
1671. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. see Wikipedia.
1672. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> http:&|;&|;www.editionsilvertrust.com&|;antes-string-trios.htm.
1673. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, p. 849.
1674. “Baptisms/Children Index,” From the Bethlehem Church Register (C.R.) Volume I, 1742-1756 Moravian Archives Bethlehem, Pa., Bethelehem Digital History Project, http://bdhp.moravian.edu/community_records/register/baptisms/index.html, Retrieved 11 November 2009, Cites Church Register Vol. I, p. 7 & Vol. I, p. 183 .
1675. Ibid. Cites Church Register Vol. I, p. 21 & Vol. II, p. 271 .
1676. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 756 of the book.
1677. Ibid. p. 801 of the scanned document.
1678. Ibid. p. 1613 of the scanned document.
1679. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Chester_County,_Pennsylvania#History>.
1680. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1612-1613 of the scanned document.
1681. Ibid. p. 1612 of the scanned document.
1682. Ibid. pp. 1138-1140 of the scanned document.
1683. Ibid. p. 667 of the scanned document.
1684. Haydock, Thomas (haydock@ix.netcom.com), “World Connect Project: Haddock Haydock Carmichael Sewell Galt McKibben,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mikehaydockandno>, Retrieved November 2008.
1685. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 492, col. 2.
1686. Ibid. p. 580 of scanned document.
1687. Ibid. p. 577 of scanned document.
1688. Ibid. p. 730 of scanned document, referring to Kennet Meeting, cites Samuel Smith, in his history of the meetings.
1689. Ibid. p. 731 of scanned document (at Chester Quarterly Meeting).
1690. Ibid. p. 587 of scanned document.
1691. Ibid. p. 494, col. 2.
1692. Ingraffia, Roy Joseph Jr., “Longwood: A Building Investigation and Intervention Proposal for the Cox House, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania,” Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in Historic Preservation 2004., 1 January 2004, with photos, <http://repository.upenn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?ar...mp;context=hp_theses>, Retrieved 25 June 2016, p. 82.
1693. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Joshua’s Memorial #140108325.
1694. Launey, John Pitts, First Families of Chester County, PA (volume 2), Heritage Books, 2000, preview published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>, p. 129 (See grandson Jacob’s (1761-1801) notes).
1695. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. See George Peirce (1655-1733) notes.
1696. Ingraffia, Roy Joseph Jr., “Longwood: A Building Investigation and Intervention Proposal for the Cox House, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania,” Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in Historic Preservation 2004., 1 January 2004, with photos, <http://repository.upenn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?ar...mp;context=hp_theses>, Retrieved 25 June 2016, p. 82, Appendix A: Cox House Chain of Title.
1697. Launey, John Pitts, First Families of Chester County, PA (volume 2), Heritage Books, 2000, preview published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>, pp. 128-129.
1698. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Joshua “Pierce” Memorial #140108325.
1699. Ibid. Ann’s Memorial #142442623.
1700. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1623 of the scanned document.
1701. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Death date: Rachel’s Memorial #140108376; Last name “Pierce”.
1702. Ibid. Rachel’s Memorial #140108376; Last name “Pierce”.
1703. Ibid. See sister Ruth’s Memorial.
1704. Carlson, Robert E., Index to Chester County (Pennsylvania) Biography, Friends of the Library West Chester University, West Chester, PA, 1983, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 18.
1705. Ibid. p. 18, provided more specific date, general source gave only the year.
1706. “Ancestry.com Chester County, Pennsylvania Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa....ties.chester/mb.ashx>, smedleygeorge, posted 25 February 2011.
1707. David Kipp Conover (dave@conovergenealogy.com), <http://www.conovergenealogy.com>, Retrieved 10 November 2008, p. 756, col. 1.
1708. “Peircecentral.com Peirce Pages Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://peircepages.peircecentral.com>, David Peirce, p. 13.
1709. Jordan, John Woolf, Colonial Families of Philadelphia, Vol. 2, New York, Lewis Pub. Co., 1911, Limited preview published on The Internet, <http://www.archive.org/details/colonialfamilies02jord>, Retrieved 20 November 2009, p. 1453.
1710. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 915 of the scanned document.
1711. Ibid. p. 756, col 1.
1712. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 835.
1713. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, listed as a child of Matthew, see father’s entry.
1714. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 834-835.
1715. Ibid. p. 834.
1716. Ibid. p. 627.
1717. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 22.
1718. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 492, col. 2, p. 1623 of the scanned document.
1719. Ibid. p. 492, col. 2, p. 1782 of the scanned document.
1720. Ibid. p. 1782 of scanned document.
1721. “Peircecentral.com Peirce Pages Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://peircepages.peircecentral.com>, Tom Martin, posted 19 Feb 1999.
1722. E-Mail: Bonnie Rardin, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, email dated 12 March 2009 citing he book, "Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1790 .. p. 196.
1723. Ibid. email dated 12 March 2009 citing, Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine .. p. 194.
1724. Ibid. email dated 12 March 2009 citing the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine .. p. 693.
1725. Ibid. email dated 12 March 2009 citing the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine .. p. 707.
1726. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, p. 8.
1727. Ibid. p. 7.
1728. Letter: Wood, Judith Kushner, to Richard W. Bardo, of Canaan, NH, March 2006, “Re: The Antes-Canfield-Youngman Line,” <http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html>, “The Antes Family: a few historical highlights: (Home Page),” p. 7.
1729. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 963.
1730. Ibid. p. 964.
1731. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason is Desiree’s father.
1732. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Henry’s Memorial # 24015498.
1733. Bell, Herbert C., Editor, A History of Northumberland County PA, Chicago, IL, Brown, Runk & Co., Publishers, 1891, Published on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/northumberp/bellcont.html>, p. 193.
1734. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, From son-in-law Edward Gobin’s Memorial # 77742116.
1735. Ibid. Anna’s Memorial # 24015624.
1736. Ibid. See their memorials.
1737. “The Antes Family: A Few Historical Highlights:,” Richard W. Bardo, 10 January 2008, <http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html>, Retrieved 18 November 2008, “Judith Kushner Wood” Additions & Corrections.
1738. “Antes Genealogy,” Now and Then, volume 14, number 11, April 1965, pp. 337-344, Transcribed and published on the Internet by Richard W. Bardo, Antes Descendant - June 2005, http://grecofamily.org/~vexillog/boonansc.html, pp. 5, 6.
1739. Ibid. pp. 5, 8.
1740. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 826.
1741. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Henry’s Memorial # 31769260.
1742. Ibid. Isabella’s Memorial # 31769316.
1743. “Ancestry.com Antes Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Antes>, Shirley Fazekas, posted 17 Mar 2000.
1744. Ibid. Nancy Anthis, posted 28 Jan 2000.
1745. Ibid. Shirley Wilson Fazekas, p. 3.
1746. Ibid. Nancy Anthis, posted 7 Jan 2000.
1747. Ibid. Shirley Wilson Fazekas, posted 17 Mar 2000.
1748. Ibid. Shirley Wilson Fazekas, posted 28 Jan 2000.
1749. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 372.
1750. Ibid. p. 612.
1751. Ibid. p. 612-613.
1752. Ibid. p. 571.
1753. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Wayne Shaffer Myers, Jr., posted February 11, 2002.
1754. “CousinConnect.com,” Clearfield County Genealogy Queries, Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://www.cousinconnect.com/locs/par/102231/page/3/>, Posted 18 February 2010, <http://www.cousinconnect.com/d/a/53415>.
1755. “Ancestry.com Antes Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Antes>, Nancy Anthis, posted 22 Jan 2000.
1756. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 19, provided birth place.
1757. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Wayne Shaffer Myers, Jr., posted March 15, 2002.
1758. “CousinConnect.com,” Clearfield County Genealogy Queries, Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://www.cousinconnect.com/locs/par/102231/page/3/>, Posted 18 February 2010, <http:&|;&|;www.cousinconnect.com&|;d&|;a&|;53415>.
1759. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Alfred’s Memorial #143915456.
1760. Ibid. Mary’s Memorial #143923314.
1761. Ibid. Mary’s brother Manning’s Memorial #131329110, see obituary.
1762. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Edward’s brother-in-law 1973-1977 but never met him.
1763. Ibid. Gleason was Edward’s brother-in-law, 1973-1977, but never met him.
1764. Ibid. Gleason was Fred’s brother-in-law, 2004-2007.
1765. Ibid. Gleason was Gary’s brother-in-law, 2004-2007.
1766. Toppenish from Sagebrush to 1997, Toppenish, WA, Toppenish Historical Society, 1997, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 271.
1767. Shirley Ann Strong “Attomany”, Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 7 March 2007, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
1768. James H. Strong Jr., Obituary, Yakima Herald Republic, Yakima, WA, 20 February 2003, Unknown Page, Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library Obituary File.
1769. E-Mail: Terri Allshouse, Redding, California, <tallshouse@charter.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 20 February 2010 (Multiple Emails), “Ellinger Rothrock,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Cites 1910 U.S. Census.
1770. Barton, Christopher Leman, “Re: Genealogy,” Ancestry.com - Clearfield County PA Message Board, 29 November 2008, <http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa....field/22.341/mb.ashx>, Retrieved 2 February 2009.
1771. E-Mail: Ryan Jach, Mercer Island, Washington, <rmjach@gmail.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 22 November 2010, “Re: William Bloom Book,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, identified her mother as the daughter of Stacy Webb’s second wife.
1772. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, page created by Claudia Breland.
1773. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Cathy Wiseman McCarty Phillips (adopted), of Salem, OR <craftycathyc7@aol.com> to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. emails dated 25 & 26 February 2011 (birth year for one, location the other).
1774. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. refer to general source email dated 25 February 2011.
1775. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Cathy Wiseman McCarty Phillips (adopted), of Salem, OR <craftycathyc7@aol.com> to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 26 February 2011.
1776. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 402, 427-428.
1777. Ibid. p. 427.
1778. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated September 18, 1861.
1779. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 427-428.
1780. Rickard, Julie Rae, Around Curwensville (Images of America), pages shown at this link are limited, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2007, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 15.
1781. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 428.
1782. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, Recorded Dec 31, 1897.
1783. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Father Timothy’s grandmother Nancy’s Memorial #110910427 with Obituary.
1784. 1870 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, p. 12, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 October 2011), citing Roll: M593_1327; Page: 308A; Image: 624; Family History Library Film: 552826.
1785. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Coradon’s Memorial #151699277.
1786. Ibid. Esther’s Memorial #151699290.
1787. 1870 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, p. 12, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 October 2011), citing Roll: M593_1327; Page: 308A; Image: 624; Family History Library Film: 552826, provided birth place, listed as “Edwin”.
1788. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911.
1789. Bean, Jacquelyn (Erhard) (jebean@marshalltx.com), “Re: [Clearfield] Martin Hover,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, 1 July 2003, <http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/PACLEARF/2003-07/1057096857>, Retrieved February 2009.
1790. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 54.
1791. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 28.
1792. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 25.
1793. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, pp. 17, 39.
1794. Ibid. p. 72.
1795. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Sarah’s Sister Eva’s Memorial #125513051 with obituary (Sarah).
1796. “Bloom Lord Louk Sturm Family,” Angella Mishelle Bloom site owner <bloomflowr@gmail.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1307850>, birth date.
1797. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 551, provided death place.
1798. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Neal Gardner, <gardnerneal@live.com>, Cleveland, Ohio, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 15 Jun 2011.
1799. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 11A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
1800. “Mary Catherine Peterman Bloom,” Submitted by Beulah, 8 November 2005, <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&a...p;GRid=12290306&>, Retrieved 8 November 2010.
1801. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Wife Hannah’s Mother Eva’s Memorial #125513051 with obituary.
1802. Ibid. Wife Mary’s Mother Eva’s Memorial #125513051 with obituary.
1803. “Sarah A Bloom,” Submitted by the Descendants, 11 July 2008, <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&a...p;GRid=28188154&>, Retrieved 3 November 2010.
1804. Linda <linda_crockett_york1@frontier.com>, “Linda’s Family,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op...b=lcy&recno=4081>, provided nickname.
1805. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 11A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, prrovided middle initial.
1806. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Retrieved 2010-03-04, <http:&|;&|;files.usgwarchives.org&|;pa&|;blair&|;obits&|;claar09.txt>.
1807. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 549, 551.
1808. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 11A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, provided birth place.
1809. “1930 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, enumeration district 17-60, p. 11B, digital image, Ancesrty.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, middle initial.
1810. Ibid.
1811. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 114, 161, See history of the Fifth Regiment at this source.
1812. Clearfield County Genealogy Project ©, <http://pa-roots.com/clearfield/townships/brady/salemmethodist.html>, Retrieved 17 February 2011.
1813. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 158, identifies Pearl’s middle initial.
1814. The 20th Century Society of Western Pennsylvania, compiled and Edited by Ray Washlaski, <http://patheoldminer.rootsweb.ancestry.com>, Retrieved 27 February 2011, A Memorial to the Coal Miners that Worked the-Bloom No. 1 Mine.
1815. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 551, 759.
1816. Ibid. p. 759.
1817. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Olanta Precinct, enumeration district 99, p. 2A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
1818. Jenny Lisak, Post-em note attached privately to “William T. Avery/Richard D. Lines Family Tree” rootsweb web site, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=richard_lines>, dated 30 September 2009. Lisak is a graddaughter of Thaddeus Bloom and his wife Ella Beyer.
1819. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 62.
1820. Linda <linda_crockett_york1@frontier.com>, “Linda’s Family,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op...b=lcy&recno=4081>, identified him as Ronald.
1821. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Retrieved 3 November 2010, cites - Steven Wagner- Added: Nov. 22, 2008.
1822. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 194.
1823. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 86.
1824. 1870 U.S. Census, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Monroe Township, p. 562B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 22 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication T132 13 rolls, appears to indicate she was 4/12 years old.
1825. “Pa-Roots.org Message Board Extractions,” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://www.pa-roots.org>, Quent Reed, posted October 4, 2000, [author cites Straws Some Genealogies, p. 151].
1826. White, Claire Lawhead <cwhite727@yahoo.com>, “World Connect Project: Central Pennsylvania and More 2-10-2011,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cwhite727>, Nancy Machcinski, posted September 30, 2000.
1827. “Pa-Roots.org Message Board Extractions,” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://www.pa-roots.org>, Nancy Machcinski, posted November 5, 2001.
1828. Ibid. Nancy Machcinski, posted Setember 9, 2000.
1829. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 37.
1830. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 60.
1831. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 35, “George Ross”.
1832. Ibid. p. 35.
1833. Ibid. p. 35, “Sallie”.
1834. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, population schedule, Pike Township, p. 287A, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 10 May 2011), citing the National Archives Microfilm Publication M432, 1009 rolls.
1835. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009, p. 286b, birth date.
1836. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 25, provided birth place.
1837. Ibid. pp. 25-26.
1838. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009, p. 286b.
1839. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, pp. 12, 13.
1840. Ibid. p. 118.
1841. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 2.
1842. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 129.
1843. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 486.
1844. John & Rosemary Mort's Searchable Genealogy Data, John Mort, Contact compiler John Mort, 2504 Rt 44, Salt Point, NY 12578 <mortjr@attglobal.net>, <http://www.genealogymort.net>, Retrieved 9 February 2009, Identifies him as Alexander “Irwin”.
1845. “Pa-Roots.org Message Board Extractions,” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://www.pa-roots.org>, Quent Reed, posted October 4, 2000, [Identifies him as Alexander “Irwin”] cites Straw’s “Some Genealogies,” p. 151.
1846. “Honorable Alexander Irvin,” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/aldrich/irwina.html>, Cites, History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, edited by Lewis Cass Aldrich, Syracuse, NY: D. Mason & Co., Publishers, 1887, pp. 682-683, Retrieved 16 March 2010.
1847. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Alexander’s Memorial #29027175.
1848. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., Alexander Irvin.
1849. “Biographical Directory of the United States Congress 1774 - Present,” The House Office of History and Preservation and Office of the Historian of the United States Senate, <http://bioguide.congress.gov>, Alexander Irvin.
1850. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 37.
1851. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 39.
1852. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated March 13, 1861.
1853. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Son Lewis’ Memorial # 118768142 with obituary.
1854. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009, p. 289b.
1855. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Lewis’ Memorial # 118768142 with Obituary.
1856. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated March 16, 1864.
1857. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Lewis’ Memorial # 118768142 with obituary.
1858. John & Rosemary Mort's Searchable Genealogy Data, John Mort, Contact compiler John Mort, 2504 Rt 44, Salt Point, NY 12578 <mortjr@attglobal.net>, <http://www.genealogymort.net>, Retrieved 9 February 2009, Provided year which may be incorrect as their first child Ralph was born in 1857 and second son James in Nov 1859.
1859. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Son Lewis’ Memorial # 118768142 with obituary, provides month (but has wrong year of 1850).
1860. Ibid. Lewis’ Memorial # 118768142, see obituary.
1861. Ibid. Minerva’s Memorial # 118768880.
1862. Ibid. Purported father Lewis Casper Bloom’s Memorial # 118768142 Obituary.
1863. Ibid. Lewis’ Memorial # 118768142, see his obituary.
1864. E-Mail: Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, PA, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Dated 26 May 2009.
1865. E-Mail: Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, Pennsylvania, <katy111@verizon.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 31 March 2011, “Re: Questions,” privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, followup email dated 26 April 2011.
1866. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Bedford Gazette, dated October 19, 1866 p. 3.
1867. E-Mail: Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, PA, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, dated 27 May 2009.
1868. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Wilbur Lines, Jr. (b. 1939), of Clearfield, PA, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Telephone conversation, 11 Mar 2016.
1869. Ibid. Telephone conversation, 11 March 2016, 16 March 2016.
1870. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. nickname provided in correspondence from his aunt Lorilee Lines.
1871. “The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress,” <http://www.theprogressnews.com>, No further source information currently available, <http:&|;&|;www.theprogressnews.com&|;default.asp?ID=Obit>.
1872. Harry L. Lines, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 3 February 2009, Unknown Page, Transcribed by Beulah White, beginning at <http://genforum.genealogy.com/pa/clearfield/messages/903.html>, provided first name only.
1873. Charles A. Lines Obituary, Unknown Newspaper, Date Unknown, provided maiden name.
1874. Ibid. provides nickname.
1875. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 195, 243, 365-367.
1876. Ibid. p. 176.
1877. “The State Society of the Cincinnati of Pennsylvania,” <http://pasocietyofthecincinnati.org/>, Retrieved 13 September 2010, Cinnweb&|;OrigMembers&|;OrigMembersM.asp.
1878. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 48.
1879. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 37, 191.
1880. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 175.
1881. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 367.
1882. Ibid. pp. 779-781.
1883. Ibid. p. 707.
1884. “Burgess (title),” Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burgess_(title)>, Retrieved 31 August 2016.
1885. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 780.
1886. Ibid. pp. 367, 687.
1887. The 20th Century Society of Western Pennsylvania, compiled and Edited by Ray Washlaski, <http://patheoldminer.rootsweb.ancestry.com>, Retrieved 27 February 2011, <http:&|;&|;patheoldminer.rootsweb.ancestry.com&|;clecorona1.html>.
1888. Ibid. <http:&|;&|;patheoldminer.rootsweb.ancestry.com&|;clemorganrun1.html>.
1889. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Clearfield Progress, 20 December 1917, p. 3, col. 4.
1890. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 687.
1891. Ibid. pp. 364, 397.
1892. “Oak Hill Cemetery,” Curwensville Development Corporation, Curwensville, PA, Undated, <http://www.curwensville.com/OakHillCemetery.htm>, Retrieved March 2010, p. 2.
1893. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Mercersburg_Academy>.
1894. “1930 U.S. Census,” Chester County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, London Grove, enumeration district 46, p. 10b, digital image, Ancestry.com, <http://www.ancestry.com>, citing the national Archives, identified him as John H. patton.
1895. “Descendants of Charles Emory Patton,” Three generations, six pages, with sources, From Virginia Ewing Okie email dated 2 December 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 2.
1896. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, ME Thorne, posted February 3, 2002, Indicates he was a Colonel.
1897. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Colonel Holt’s Memorial # 23044989.
1898. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 20.
1899. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Colonel Holt’s Memorial # 23044989 (Place).
1900. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 87.
1901. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Sarah’s Memorial # 33450450.
1902. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated June 18, 1862.
1903. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 3B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
1904. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Olanta Precinct, enumeration district 99, p. 5B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
1905. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 196, birthdate.
1906. Ibid. p. 196.
1907. “Bellefonte and Snowshoe Railroad,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bellefonte_and_Snowshoe_Railroad>, Retrieved 13 December 2010.
1908. Pennsylvania Department of Internal Affairs, Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Internal Affairs Part IV, Harrisburg, PA, 1878, pp. 38–39, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>.
1909. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, pp. 87-88.
1910. Ibid. p. 88.
1911. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 152.
1912. Last Civil War Veteran Dies at Curwensville, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 18 May 1939 (Inferred), Unknown page, provided middle name, although compiler has not seen reference to it anywhere else.
1913. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 7-9.
1914. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, pp. 61-61.
1915. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, p. 53.
1916. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 613-616.
1917. Watson Bloom, Portland, Oregon, Application to The National Society Sons of the American Revolution (Oregon Society), National Number: 66742, 2 February 1947, Digital Images 348-350, Ancestry.com. U.S. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970., cites Penna. Archives, Serial 5 Vol. 6 Page 350. Also Aldrich’s Clearfield Co. 1887 (Gleason source #17) at pages 54, 70, 324, 629.
1918. “William Lynn Bloom (b. 1881),” Work Sheet or Preliminary Application to The National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, circa 1944, From Stephanie Paul email dated 25 September 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1919. Snyder, Frank J., Clearfield County-Pennsylvania One Hundred Years' Growth 1804 - March 26, 1904, Clearfield, Pa., Raftsman’s Journal, 1904, Published in celebration of Clearfield County’s Centennial - July 26-29, 1904, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/history/clearfield-centennial.txt>, p. 37.
1920. Ibid. pp. 16-17.
1921. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 61.
1922. Watson Bloom, Portland, Oregon, Application to The National Society Sons of the American Revolution (Oregon Society), National Number: 66742, 2 February 1947, Digital Images 348-350, Ancestry.com. U.S. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970., provides date of birth.
1923. Thomas, Lowell S. <seadragon5@aol.com>, “World Connect Project: Mac/McPherson of PA and Related Families,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=seadragon5>, Retrieved January 2010, [This source includes a lot of U.S. Census data on many of the individuals within it’s database], provides place of birth.
1924. Watson Bloom, Portland, Oregon, Application to The National Society Sons of the American Revolution (Oregon Society), National Number: 66742, 2 February 1947, Digital Images 348-350, Ancestry.com. U.S. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970., provides date of death.
1925. Ibid.
1926. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, BLOOM, John F., 10 Apr 1901 [death].
1927. Linda <linda_crockett_york1@frontier.com>, “Linda’s Family,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op...b=lcy&recno=4081>, place of birth.
1928. “Unknown Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, Unknown URL, Sandra Kring Leonard, posted 11 May 2009.
1929. E-Mail: Mary (Graham) McCartt, address confidential, <marybee104@yahoo.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 28 April 2011, “Re: Re: Bucks County, PA,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1930. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated April 19, 1865.
1931. “Ancestry.com Clearfield County, Pennsylvania Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa....s.clearfield/mb.ashx>, “Matilda”, posted by Lori, 24 October 2004.
1932. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Loren M. Varga, Somerset, New Jersey area, <loren_varga@merck.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. “Mahalda”, email dated 2 June 2011, Emailing: search.
1933. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 602.
1934. “Pa-Roots.org Message Board Extractions,” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://www.pa-roots.org>, Quent Reed, posted October 4, 2000, [author cites Straws Some Genealogies, p. 151.
1935. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See: Hile, Margaret Teacher 8th Grade Roster.jpg, http:&|;&|;www.pa-tree.com&|;curwensville&|;eighthgrade-1.htm.
1936. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 36.
1937. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, Recorded Dec 1, 1903.
1938. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated February 25, 1853.
1939. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, Recorded 23 December 1905.
1940. Bean, Jacquelyn (Erhard) (jebean@marshalltx.com), “Re: [Clearfield] Martin Hover,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, 1 July 2003, <http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/PACLEARF/2003-07/1057096857>, Retrieved February 2009, Cites: History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865, courtesy of "Karen" via mail: KarenL2888@aol.com.
1941. Ibid. Cites: courtesy of Gaylene (Kerr) Banister- .
1942. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 926-930.
1943. Ibid. p. 926.
1944. Ibid. p. 929.
1945. Ibid. p. 930.
1946. Souvenir of DuBois, PA--and Surroundings, Published by F. H. Steger, Artist in Photo-Gravure, Lichtdruck, Fresco and Scenic Painting, 32 pages, ca. 1896, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/s.../souvenir-dubois.htm>, p. 3, John Du Bois The Founder of the City of Du Bois Pa - A Man of Great Energy, p. 25.
1947. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 927, 929.
1948. Ibid. p. 613.
1949. Ibid. pp. 372, 547.
1950. Ibid. p. 547.
1951. Ibid. pp. 372, 612-613.
1952. Ibid. pp. 372, 613.
1953. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated June 3, 1863.
1954. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 571-572.
1955. Ibid. pp. 571-572.
1956. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated October 27, 1858.
1957. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 572.
1958. The Clearfield Progress Successsors To, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Herald, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, [database on-line]. Newspaper Archive, <access.newspaperarchive.com>, June 1, 1913, p. 2, col. 3.
1959. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, [Helen S.] p. 572.
1960. Centre Cemetery Association, Hyde, PA, Site created by Claire White and her son, <http://www.centrecemetery.com/burials.html>, <info@CentreCemetery.com>, provided dates of birth and death.
1961. Jordan, John Woolf, Genealogical and Personal History of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania, Volume III, Illustrated, New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 810, provided place of birth.
1962. Eunice Fink Kline, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Application to The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, National Number: 214452, 20 April 1951, cites PA Archives, 5th Series, Vol 7, pp. 581, 765, 1064 and others, from Chrissie Van Tol email dated 20 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
1963. Jordan, John Woolf, Genealogical and Personal History of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania, Volume III, Illustrated, New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 810.
1964. “Caldwell, Samuel (d. 1785) Descendants,” Chrissie van Tol, Bloom - Ancestors of Wilhelm Blum (Bloom), Posted as a Photo at <http://www.facebook.com>, Retrieved February 2010, Cites Pennsylvania Archives, Series 5, Volume 7, Pages 581-618-765-1064, and 1078.
1965. Democratic Banner, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1848, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-count...c-banner-1848-issues>, Retrieved 1 October 2010, Issue dated April 15, 1848.
1966. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated July 2, 1852.
1967. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, see his wife Elizabeth’s entry.
1968. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, provided middle initial.
1969. Ibid. “Colonel” see also notes.
1970. “Josephine McClure Bloom,” Submitted by Beulah, 21 February 2008, Maintained by Catherine Sevenau, <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24790685>, Retrieved 8 November 2010, Data accessed through this link.
1971. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 649, 748.
1972. Ibid. p. 648-649.
1973. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 189; Birthdate only, “an authentic translation of his record as he had it recorded in the old Dutch Bible”.
1974. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, provided date of the 10th, identified as “Wilhelm”.
1975. Ibid. Mary’s Memorial #25179518.
1976. Ibid. Wilson’s Memorial #25179376.
1977. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 12, “Margery”.
1978. “Bloom, Garrison, Bauman, Gelnett, Bowman, Rowles, Peoples, Luzier, Mason, Ruffner, Graham, Family Trees,” Gloria Pinter site owner <razzledazzle16830@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991>, provided death place.
1979. Inferred from other data. from headstone inscription which appears to indicate Margery died when 38 years old.
1980. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, John’s Memorial #34006031 with Death Certificate.
1981. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 24.
1982. Ibid. p. 13, “Susannah”; p. 24 “Josannah”.
1983. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, issue dated May 6, 1863 regarding death of their son David.
1984. Jordan, John Woolf, Genealogical and Personal History of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania, Volume III, Illustrated, New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, pp. 810-811.
1985. Ibid. p. 811.
1986. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 748, identifies first name as Lavina.
1987. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, identifies first name as Lavinia; listed as a child of Matthew, see father’s entry.
1988. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 115.
1989. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, P. 749.
1990. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 66.
1991. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 13, “Rilla”.
1992. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 627-628.
1993. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated September 14, 1864.
1994. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 628.
1995. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 155.
1996. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Olanta Precinct, enumeration district 99, p. 6A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
1997. Graham, Colleen (Laird), “World Connect Project: Our Family,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:2859273>, Retrieved January 2010, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=cwhite727.
1998. “Friends Cemetery - Old Section (Partial Survey),” An alphabetical listing containing approximately 1,168 burial sites found in the Old Friends Cemetery, Grampian, Clearfield County, PA, Clearfield County PA Archives, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/cemeteries/friendsold-penn.txt>, Updated 10 November 2010.
1999. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Olanta Precinct, enumeration district 99, p. 4A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, provided first name.
2000. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 758-759 “C P Towles”.
2001. Ibid. p. 758.
2002. Mort, John R. Transcribed Census Data, 1850-1910, <http://www.genealogymort.net/census/ncentpa/about.htm>, Retrieved 21 February 2009. 1860 Census: Reel: 1096 Page: 1088 Dwelling: 0504.
2003. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated September 16, 1863.
2004. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 670-671.
2005. Ibid. p. 671.
2006. “Lumber City Cemetery, Penn Township, Clearfield County PA (List of Burials),” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/townships/penn/lumbercity.html>, Retrieved 8 January 2016.
2007. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 35, year only.
2008. Inferred from other data. the death of her first husband Gainer.
2009. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, pp. 19-20.
2010. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 20.
2011. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 29.
2012. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 21.
2013. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, provided middle initial.
2014. Ibid. “Hiram P. Passmore”.
2015. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See this link: <http:&|;&|;trees.ancestry.com&|;RelationFinder&|;Relate.aspx?tid=5359691&pid=-1441150799&pt=1&pg=32768&pgPL=pid>.
2016. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, “Shaffer”.
2017. Ibid. “Lydia Shaffer Passmore” .
2018. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, pp. 36-37.
2019. E-Mail: Anonymous, Richard Lee Gleason, 31 December 2015, “Genealogy,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2020. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 37.
2021. “Descendants of George C Passmore and Elizabeth Bowman Pinter for Gloria Bowman Pinter,” PDF Document provided by Anonymous, email dated 31 December 2015, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 18.
2022. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Anonymous, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 18 October 2011, with aattached PDF from the U.S. Patent Office.
2023. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, pp. 22, 36.
2024. “Stevens Family Tree,” This tree encompasses the Helliers and the Passmore families on the site owner’s side of the family. Other names include: Hill, McKee, Hurd, Bloom, White, Spaid, Sinquet, and Strong, Wendy D. (Hellier) Stevens, site owner, Jarretsville, Maryland, <stevenswendy94@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5359691>, birthdate and city of birth, identified as George Baumann.
2025. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Anonymous, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 7 February 2011.
2026. Ibid. email dated 17 April 2011.
2027. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, pp. 22, 39.
2028. “Descendants of George C Passmore and Elizabeth Bowman Pinter for Gloria Bowman Pinter,” PDF Document provided by Anonymous, email dated 31 December 2015, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Certificate of Death as seen on p. 6. Informant was daughter Mrs. Wilbur (Olive) Graham.
2029. Ibid.
2030. Funeral Notice (George Passmore), Unknown Newspaper, possibly The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, Unknown Date, 1944, Image is faded and partly illegible, digital image posted at <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&a...p;GRid=27872756&>, Certificate of Death as seen on p. 6. Informant was daughter Mrs. Wilbur (Olive) Graham.
2031. “Descendants of George C Passmore and Elizabeth Bowman Pinter for Gloria Bowman Pinter,” PDF Document provided by Anonymous, email dated 31 December 2015, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 22 containing obituary, Clearfield Progress. Friday March 28, 1947.
2032. Ibid. Certificate of Death as seen on p. 7. Informant was daughter Mrs. Wilbur (Olive) Graham.
2033. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 428, 671.
2034. “Descendants of George C Passmore and Elizabeth Bowman Pinter for Gloria Bowman Pinter,” PDF Document provided by Anonymous, email dated 31 December 2015, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, “Samuel” per daughter Matilda’s Certificate of Death as seen on p. 7.
2035. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 72 (Matilda Hepfer Passmore Obituary unknown newspaper & date).
2036. “Descendants of George C Passmore and Elizabeth Bowman Pinter for Gloria Bowman Pinter,” PDF Document provided by Anonymous, email dated 31 December 2015, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Per daughter Matilda’s Certificate of Death as seen on p. 7. Informant was daughter Mrs. Wilbur (Olive) Graham.
2037. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, pp. 22-26.
2038. “Descendants of George C Passmore and Elizabeth Bowman Pinter for Gloria Bowman Pinter,” PDF Document provided by Anonymous, email dated 31 December 2015, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 24, 1940 – Edith E. Passmore is listed as a widow in 1940.
2039. Ibid. pp. 26-27, Newspaper and School and Society Magazine articles.
2040. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Maud’s Memorial #79615103.
2041. “Descendants of George C Passmore and Elizabeth Bowman Pinter for Gloria Bowman Pinter,” PDF Document provided by Anonymous, email dated 31 December 2015, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 16.
2042. Ibid. p. 16 (1916 Residence).
2043. Ibid. p. 24.
2044. Ibid. p. 17 (California Death Index).
2045. “Maude Sankey Passmore,” Submitted by Brian Hogan, 31 October 2011, <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&a...5103&df=all&>, Retrieved 8 January 2016.
2046. “Descendants of George C Passmore and Elizabeth Bowman Pinter for Gloria Bowman Pinter,” PDF Document provided by Anonymous, email dated 31 December 2015, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 5, p. 8 containing Certificate of Death, Informant was son Warner.
2047. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 39.
2048. Ibid. p. 73 (Matilda Passmore Obituary, Unknown Newspaper and date).
2049. Ibid.
2050. “Descendants of George C Passmore and Elizabeth Bowman Pinter for Gloria Bowman Pinter,” PDF Document provided by Anonymous, email dated 31 December 2015, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 9, Copy of newspaper clipping.
2051. Ibid. p. 22 containing mother’s obituary, Clearfield Progress. Friday March 28, 1947.
2052. Ibid. pp. 20, 33 both containing obituary, The Progress, 2 May 1960.
2053. Ibid. p. 20 containing obituary, The Progress, 2 May 1960.
2054. Ibid. p. 15, 25th wedding celebration article.
2055. Ibid. p. 33.
2056. Ibid. p. 11 (See Marriage Application and License).
2057. Ibid. p. 11, p. 22 containing mother’s obituary, Clearfield Progress. Friday March 28, 1947. Identified As Mrs. Helen Lanager.
2058. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 39, p. 72 (Matilda Passmore Obituary, Unknown Newspaper and date).
2059. “Descendants of George C Passmore and Elizabeth Bowman Pinter for Gloria Bowman Pinter,” PDF Document provided by Anonymous, email dated 31 December 2015, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 5-6.
2060. Ibid. p. 11.
2061. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Ai’s Memorial #141743187.
2062. Headstone Inscription as viewed by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Photo at Ai’s FindaGrave Memorial #141743187.
2063. “Descendants of George C Passmore and Elizabeth Bowman Pinter for Gloria Bowman Pinter,” PDF Document provided by Anonymous, email dated 31 December 2015, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 11, Application Filed and Marriage License Issued.
2064. Ibid. pp. 516.
2065. Ibid. pp. 13-14.
2066. “John Lanager,” Submitted by The Descendants, 13 April 2012, <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&a...p;GRid=88449935&>, Retrieved 8 January 2016, Includes Newspaper Obituary.
2067. “Descendants of George C Passmore and Elizabeth Bowman Pinter for Gloria Bowman Pinter,” PDF Document provided by Anonymous, email dated 31 December 2015, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 13 Newspaper articles.
2068. Ibid. p. 11, p. 13 middle initial.
2069. Ibid. p. 13 newspaper articles.
2070. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Memorial #83937569.
2071. “Narrow Escape from Death,” Clearfield Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 18 November 1929, Digital image provided by Anonymous, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2072. “Stevens Family Tree,” This tree encompasses the Helliers and the Passmore families on the site owner’s side of the family. Other names include: Hill, McKee, Hurd, Bloom, White, Spaid, Sinquet, and Strong, Wendy D. (Hellier) Stevens, site owner, Jarretsville, Maryland, <stevenswendy94@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5359691>, identified as William Irwin Bowmann.
2073. Ibid. identifies place of birth.
2074. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, provided nickname, p. 671.
2075. “Stevens Family Tree,” This tree encompasses the Helliers and the Passmore families on the site owner’s side of the family. Other names include: Hill, McKee, Hurd, Bloom, White, Spaid, Sinquet, and Strong, Wendy D. (Hellier) Stevens, site owner, Jarretsville, Maryland, <stevenswendy94@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5359691>, Provided middle name.
2076. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 23.
2077. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated July 10, 1861.
2078. Ibid. issue dated March 25, 1863.
2079. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Joseph’s Memorial# 77229497.
2080. Ibid. Martha’s Memorial # 77229584.
2081. Ibid. Martha’s Memorial # 77229584 (See attached newspaper obituary and transcript).
2082. History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton Counties, Pennsylvania, Reprint, Apollo, PA, January 2000, Closson Press, 1884, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 658, col. 1.
2083. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, [See John Hoopengardner (1754) Notes].
2084. Bloom, Isaac (1813-1864), family data from web site posting by Beulah, dated November 8, 2005. Source undocumented. Copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2085. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 486-487.
2086. Democratic Banner, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1848, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-count...c-banner-1848-issues>, Retrieved 1 October 2010, Issue dated March 11, 1848.
2087. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 487.
2088. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Greg Slopey, Olanta, Pennsylvania, <gslope@verizon.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 10 April 2011.
2089. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009, p. 287a.
2090. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 485-487.
2091. Ibid. p. 485.
2092. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 5A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
2093. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 487, identified as Rosa.
2094. “Barron, William B. Family,” Gedcom file, downloaded 23 October 2010, containing 23,211 names, submitted by William Barron and dated February 2010, Sun City, Florida, <http://www.w1wab.com/>, identified as Rosanna.
2095. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 5A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, provided place of birth, identified as Rose.
2096. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 487, provided marriage year only.
2097. 1900 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Precinct of Pike Township, enumeration district 94, p. 8B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 March 2011), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.
2098. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated November 19, 1862.
2099. “Pa-Roots.org Message Board Extractions,” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://www.pa-roots.org>, Nancy Machcinski, posted September 9, 2000.
2100. Ibid. Nancy Machcinski, posted September 9, 2000 (two posts).
2101. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Amos’ Memorial # 54080480 with Obituary.
2102. Ibid. Amos’ Memorial # 54080480, see Obituary.
2103. 1870 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, p. 10, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 October 2011), citing Roll: M593_1327; Page: 308A; Image: 624; Family History Library Film: 552826.
2104. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Amos’ Memorial # 54080480, see obituary.
2105. Ibid. Amos’ Memorial # 54080480.
2106. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated January 9, 1861.
2107. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 152, as transcribed at http:&|;&|;tdavep.tripod.com&|;Family&|;pafg27.htm, viewed by Richard Lee Gleason on 13 Feb 2009.
2108. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>, cites “Some Genealogies and Family Records" by Albert Straw, pg. 152.
2109. “Genealogy.com Bloom Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/bloom/>, Posted by Edwin Stevens, 30 December 2004.
2110. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 152, as transcribed at http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/pafg27.htm, viewed by Richard Lee Gleason on 13 Feb 2009.
2111. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Rebecca’s Memorial # 54080517.
2112. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 899-900.
2113. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, His daughter Maude’s obituary, Memorial# 7731960.
2114. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated August 6, 1862.
2115. “Zane Webster Bloom Pedigree Chart,” Chrissie van Tol, Bloom - Ancestors of Wilhelm Blum (Bloom), Posted as a Photo at: <http://www.facebook.com>, Retrieved February 2010, Identifies middle name.
2116. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by LeRoy Bloom, of Lawrence, Pennsylvania, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. confimed by LeRoy’s grandfather’s personal records (see notes).
2117. Ibid.
2118. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 188.
2119. 1870 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, p. 11, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 October 2011), citing Roll: M593_1327; Page: 308A; Image: 624; Family History Library Film: 552826.
2120. “Genealogy.com Bloom Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/bloom/>, “Robinson Robert Curry”; posted by steve, 4 February 2009.
2121. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, “Robert Curry”; p. 152, as transcribed at http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/pafg27.htm, viewed by Richard Lee Gleason on 13 Feb 2009.
2122. “Genealogy.com Bloom Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/bloom/>, posted by steve, 4 February 2009.
2123. Ibid. posted by steve, 4 February 2009; citing census.
2124. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 550.
2125. timeanddate.com, as determined by using Date Calculator, Time and Date AS, <http://www.timeanddate.com/date/dateadd.html>, As calculated by Richard Lee Gleason using a known date <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Confimred via 72 yrs, 11 mos, 26 ds as inscribed on headstone.
2126. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Peter’s Memorial #10533747.
2127. Ibid. Wife Eva’s Memorial #125513051 with obituary.
2128. Ibid. Peter’s Memorial #10533747, with obituary. “death notice appeared in the Clearfield Republican, Wednesday morning edition, August 29, [18]88.
2129. Ibid. Eva’s Memorial #125513051 with obituary.
2130. Ibid. Eva’s Memorial #125513051 with Obituary.
2131. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 23, “Abram”.
2132. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Abraham’s Memorial #7662247.
2133. Wong, Ruth, “Re: Elder, Ogden under Clarion County Surnames,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, 10 February 2002, <http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.....1.1.1.1.1.1/mb.ashx>, Retrieved January 2010, p. 3.
2134. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 23.
2135. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Susannah’s Memorial #7662249.
2136. 1870 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, p. 12, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 October 2011), citing Roll: M593_1327; Page: 308A; Image: 624; Family History Library Film: 552826, provided birth place.
2137. “Curtis Bloom Family (with Photos),” Ronnie Reams <reamsrk@gmail.com>, Elgin, Texas, email to Richard Lee Gleason, Reams wrote “found on ancestry.com so I can't really vouch for their accuracy or even authenticity”, 21 September 2010, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 4, Cites Clearfield Republican, Friday June 1, 1906 (Elmira Theresa Bloom Obituary).
2138. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 187-188.
2139. 1870 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, p. 11, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 October 2011), citing Roll: M593_1327; Page: 308A; Image: 624; Family History Library Film: 552826, seems to indicate she was 20 years old.
2140. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 188 “Jennie”.
2141. Ibid. p. 188 “William J. Cox”.
2142. “Curtis Bloom Family (with Photos),” Ronnie Reams <reamsrk@gmail.com>, Elgin, Texas, email to Richard Lee Gleason, Reams wrote “found on ancestry.com so I can't really vouch for their accuracy or even authenticity”, 21 September 2010, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 4, Cites Clearfield Republican, Friday June 1, 1906 (Elmira Theresa Bloom Obituary) “W J”.
2143. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 30.
2144. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 3A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
2145. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, Chapter 48, pp. 628-645. Note: Compiler is unable to confirm this source.
2146. Wall, Thomas Lincoln, Clearfield County Pennsylvania Present and Past, Clearfield, PA, Published by the Author, 1925, published on the Internet at, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/wall/wall-history.htm>, or, <http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/clearfieldpastandpresent>, p. 29.
2147. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 151, 153.
2148. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 40.
2149. Ibid. pp. 40-41.
2150. “Notarized Statement of John Bloom,” before Justice of the Peace James Wrigley, dated 19 December 1854, Wendy D. (Hellier) Stevens, site owner, Dundalk, Maryland, <stevenswendy94@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1997-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5359691/>.
2151. E-Mail: Eileen (Bloom) Caylor, Sterling, Virginia, <ecaylor_64@msn.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 8 December 2010, “Bloom Family Questions,” Eileen indicates, most of the info is from LDS, Salt Lake City, UT, with info from among other sources including Clearfield Co. Centre Co. & Mifflin Co. PA Historical Societies, as well as Hunterdon Co. NJ, Bedford Co. PA & Hampshire Co. WV courthouses, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, provides middle name.
2152. Linda <linda_crockett_york1@frontier.com>, “Linda’s Family,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op...b=lcy&recno=4081>, provided birth date of 2 June 1788.
2153. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 41, provided birth date of 2 June 1788.
2154. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Mother Eva’s Memorial #125513051 with obituary.
2155. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 188 “Teressa”.
2156. “Curtis Bloom Family (with Photos),” Ronnie Reams <reamsrk@gmail.com>, Elgin, Texas, email to Richard Lee Gleason, Reams wrote “found on ancestry.com so I can't really vouch for their accuracy or even authenticity”, 21 September 2010, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 1 “Tressa”.
2157. Ibid. pp. 1-2.
2158. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Angella Mishelle Bloom, <bloomflowr@gmail.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 26 February 2011.
2159. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, BLOOM, Lizzie, 22 Jul 1894 [death].
2160. “Bloom Lord Louk Sturm Family,” Angella Mishelle Bloom site owner <bloomflowr@gmail.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1307850>, identifies him as Lowry.
2161. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, general source indicated Knox Township.
2162. Ibid. confirms birth and death dates.
2163. “Bloom, Garrison, Bauman, Gelnett, Bowman, Rowles, Peoples, Luzier, Mason, Ruffner, Graham, Family Trees,” Gloria Pinter site owner <razzledazzle16830@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991>, provided place of birth.
2164. Ibid. provided place of death.
2165. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>, see his half-sister Nancy’s notes/obituary.
2166. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 189; “an authentic translation of his record as he had it recorded in the old Dutch Bible” “Weiss”.
2167. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>, Death Date?
2168. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 899, born in Germany?
2169. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 189; “an authentic translation of his record as he had it recorded in the old Dutch Bible”.
2170. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>, “Germany”?
2171. Ibid. under the name Konrad Weiss, cites the book "Some Genealogies and Family Records" by Albert Straw, pg. 189.
2172. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 189.
2173. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>, see her half-sister Nancy’s notes/obituary. Martha’s name is not listed as a survivor.
2174. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>.
2175. Ibid. Issue dated December18, 1861.
2176. Ibid. Issue dated December 18, 1861.
2177. Ibid. Issue dated July 15, 1863.
2178. 1870 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, p. 11, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 October 2011), citing Roll: M593_1327; Page: 308A; Image: 624; Family History Library Film: 552826, provided birth place.
2179. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 188 birth date.
2180. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>, see her half-sister Nancy’s notes/obituary. Margaret’s name is not listed as a survivor.
2181. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, population schedule, Lawrence Township, p. 305B, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 21 April 2011), citing the National Archives Microfilm Publication M432, 1009 rolls.
2182. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated July 15, 1863.
2183. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>, see her half-sister Nancy’s notes/obituary. Melissa’s name is not listed as a survivor.
2184. White, Claire Lawhead <cwhite727@yahoo.com>, “World Connect Project: Central Pennsylvania and More 2-10-2011,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cwhite727>, “Elmira Ellen”.
2185. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 188 “Elmira & Ella”.
2186. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>, see her half-sister Nancy’s notes/obituary. Willimina’s name is not listed as a survivor.
2187. Ibid. identifies her nickname.
2188. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 188 “Susannah”.
2189. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>, see her half-sister Nancy’s notes/obituary.
2190. White, Claire Lawhead <cwhite727@yahoo.com>, “World Connect Project: Central Pennsylvania and More 2-10-2011,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cwhite727>, “Levi Albert”.
2191. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 188 “Albert”.
2192. White, Claire Lawhead <cwhite727@yahoo.com>, “World Connect Project: Central Pennsylvania and More 2-10-2011,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cwhite727>, identifed as Kinsie Lovell.
2193. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Olanta Precinct, enumeration district 99, p. 5A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, provided birth place.
2194. Ibid.
2195. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 658.
2196. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated December 12, 1860.
2197. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>, identifies his first name.
2198. Ibid. see his sister Nancy Alice Bloom’s notes/obituary.
2199. Ibid. see his sister Eliza’s notes/obituary.
2200. Ibid. see his sister Nancy’s notes/obituary.
2201. “Bloom, Garrison, Bauman, Gelnett, Bowman, Rowles, Peoples, Luzier, Mason, Ruffner, Graham, Family Trees,” Gloria Pinter site owner <razzledazzle16830@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991>, provided middle initial.
2202. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>, see her husband Hosea’s notes/obituary identifies her first name.
2203. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Knox Township, enumeration district 89, p. 5A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication T624, 1,178 rolls.
2204. “Kline Family Info,” From Ruth Kline, Brevard, North Carolina, <ruthkline@citcom.net>, email dated 9 September 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, NOTE: Ruth Kline (b. 1932) is Nancy’s granddaughter, the child of Nancy’s son Harvey Ward Kline.
2205. “Peters and Related Families,” <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/>, This web site produced 11 July 2006, prepared by Theodore David Peters of Las Vegas, NV, <tdavep@hotmail.com>, cites Clearfield Progress, 17 April 1936, p. 6.
2206. “Bloom, Garrison, Bauman, Gelnett, Bowman, Rowles, Peoples, Luzier, Mason, Ruffner, Graham, Family Trees,” Gloria Pinter site owner <razzledazzle16830@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991>, provided birth place.
2207. E-Mail: Ruth Kline, Breveard, North Carolina, <ruthkline@citcom.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason, “Alice Bloom Kline,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Dated 3 September 2010.
2208. Ibid. Dated 8 September 2010.
2209. Ibid. Dated 6 September 2010.
2210. “Kline Family Info,” From Ruth Kline, Brevard, North Carolina, <ruthkline@citcom.net>, email dated 9 September 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2211. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 424.
2212. Elan Bauman, Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 10 January 1940, "Bloom, Garrison, Bauman, Gelnett, Bowman, Rowles, Peoples, Luzier, Mason, Ruffner, Graham, Family Trees”, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc.
2213. E-Mail: Ruth Kline, Breveard, North Carolina, <ruthkline@citcom.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason, “Alice Bloom Kline,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Dated September 9, 2010.
2214. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 791.
2215. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 323-324.
2216. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 14.
2217. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Per Claire White photo caption.
2218. Eunice Fink Kline, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Application to The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, National Number: 214452, 20 April 1951, cites PA Archives, 5th Series, Vol 7, pp. 581, 765, 1064 and others, from Chrissie Van Tol email dated 20 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, spells surname “Hartshorne”.
2219. Centre Cemetery Association, Hyde, PA, Site created by Claire White and her son, <http://www.centrecemetery.com/burials.html>, <info@CentreCemetery.com>, spelled surname “Hartshorne”.
2220. 1900 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Precinct of Pike Township, enumeration district 94, p. 8A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 March 2011), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls, entry for her daughter Nancy.
2221. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 19, provided birth place.
2222. “Askey-DeParassis Family,” This family website is the result of 13 years of research and shared family stories. Even now it is a work in progress, Michele DeParasis site owner, Ancestry.com, Copyright © 2009, <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/e/p/Michele-Deparasis/index.html>, Retrieved 16 February 2011, Printout of page dealing with Robert Askey (1768-1851) is in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, cites Some Genealogies and Family Records, Albert Y. Straw.
2223. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 18-19.
2224. Rickard, Julie Rae, Around Curwensville (Images of America), pages shown at this link are limited, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2007, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 28.
2225. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 2A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
2226. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Samuel’s Memorial #24887762 “Boyd”.
2227. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p;. 13.
2228. 1870 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, p. 9, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 October 2011), citing Roll: M593_1327; Page: 308A; Image: 624; Family History Library Film: 552826.
2229. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, provided place of death.
2230. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 325.
2231. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Hugh’s Memorial #54624254, provided III suffix in name.
2232. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p.296.
2233. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 12, “Jennie”.
2234. Ibid. pp. 24-25.
2235. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 324.
2236. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Carding>.
2237. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Bertha’s Memorial #129627448.
2238. Ibid. Walter’s Memorial #111792596.
2239. Ibid. Gainor’s Memorial #126408565 with obituary.
2240. Ibid. Gainor’s Memorial #126408565.
2241. Vital Record: State of Pennsylvania, “Certificate of Death,” Mary Jane (Denton) Bloom, 25 February 1937, File No. 16889, digital image in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2242. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Mary’s Memorial #33979912.
2243. Ibid. Howard’s Memorial #126478152.
2244. Ibid. Margaret’s Memorial #126478176.
2245. Ibid. Father Gainor’s Memorial #126408565, obituary.
2246. Ibid. Brother Raymond’s Memorial #79182693, obituary.
2247. Ibid. Sister Mabel’s Memorial #110194177, obituary.
2248. “Ancestry.com Antes Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Antes>, millerbillanddeb, posted 8 Jun 2003.
2249. “Pa-Roots.org Message Board Extractions,” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://www.pa-roots.org>, Debbie Miller, posted June 26, 2004.
2250. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated January 22, 1862.
2251. 1880 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, enumeration district 261, p. 25, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 12 April 2011), citing the National Archives, Records of the Bureau of the Census, microfilm publication T9, 1454 rolls.
2252. Centre Cemetery Association, Hyde, PA, Site created by Claire White and her son, <http://www.centrecemetery.com/burials.html>, <info@CentreCemetery.com>, identifies Mary’s middle initial.
2253. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 614, 680.
2254. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 30 identified middle name from initial, “Sawyer”.
2255. “1930 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, enumeration district 17-60, p. 11A, digital image, Ancesrty.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, birthplace.
2256. Ibid. indicates 72 years old.
2257. Ibid.
2258. Ibid. Orrie 24 years old at first marriage.
2259. 1900 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Precinct of Pike Township, enumeration district 94, p. 5B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 2 March 2011), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls, provided birth date.
2260. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 1A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, provided birth place.
2261. 1900 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Precinct of Pike Township, enumeration district 94, p. 8A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 March 2011), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls, provided middle intitial.
2262. Ibid. provided birth date.
2263. “Relationship between Richard (Lines) Gleason & William Albert Barron,” PDF Document provided by William Albert Barron, email dated 9 January 2016, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2264. Linda <linda_crockett_york1@frontier.com>, “Linda’s Family,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op...b=lcy&recno=4081>, provided birth location.
2265. 1900 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Curwensville Precinct of Pike Township, enumeration district 94, p. 8A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 March 2011), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls, provided month of birth.
2266. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 680 “Elizabeth Bunchko”.
2267. Centre Methodist Episcopal Cemetery, Clearfield County, PA (complete survey 2010), Pennsylvania USGenWeb Archives, Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, Copyright © 2007-2010, <http://www.usgwarchives.org/pa/clearfield/tsimages/centremethodist-lawrence.htm>, “Louisa Elizabeth Bunchko”.
2268. Headstone inscription from photo in possession of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. “Lizzie”.
2269. Centre Cemetery Association, Hyde, PA, Site created by Claire White and her son, <http://www.centrecemetery.com/burials.html>, <info@CentreCemetery.com>, Lizzie, indicates “(Next to Lucien)” with birth and death years.
2270. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 614.
2271. Centre Cemetery Association, Hyde, PA, Site created by Claire White and her son, <http://www.centrecemetery.com/burials.html>, <info@CentreCemetery.com>, identifies her middle initial.
2272. “1930 U.S. Census,” Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, enumeration district 17-60, p. 11A, digital image, Ancesrty.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), citing the National Archives and Records Administration, William 25 years old at first marriage.
2273. Launey, John Pitts, First Families of Chester County, PA (volume 2), Heritage Books, 2000, preview published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>, p. 129.
2274. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 78 of the scanned document.
2275. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Alice’s Memorial #108781885.
2276. Ibid. George’s Memorial #108782341.
2277. Launey, John Pitts, First Families of Chester County, PA (volume 2), Heritage Books, 2000, preview published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>, pp. 127-129.
2278. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, George’s Memorial #101399847.
2279. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1839 of the scanned document; identified only as Newlin.
2280. Launey, John Pitts, First Families of Chester County, PA (volume 2), Heritage Books, 2000, preview published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>, p. 128-129.
2281. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. information probably from Wikipedia.com.
2282. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, pp. 1418, 1839 of the scanned document.
2283. Launey, John Pitts, First Families of Chester County, PA (volume 2), Heritage Books, 2000, preview published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>, pp. 128, 129.
2284. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Birth date: Joshua “Pierce” Memorial #140108325 photo of document.
2285. Launey, John Pitts, First Families of Chester County, PA (volume 2), Heritage Books, 2000, preview published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>, p. 128, Footnote.
2286. Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, the compiler of this database, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Gleason was Brenda’s brother-in-law 1973-1977.
2287. Ibid. Gleason was married to his cousin Patricia Avery, 1977-1999.
2288. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Mary (Donahue) Lines, Akron, Ohio, to her nephew Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Mary is Jodie’s husband Kurt’s grandmother.
2289. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Mary Jo Hoak, Rio Rancho, New Mexico, <mjhoak@cableone.net> to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 12 February 2011.
2290. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 31.
2291. Ibid. p. 31, “Fred”.
2292. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated April 20, 1864.
2293. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 25.
2294. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated February 27, 1852.
2295. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, “Isaac Draucker”; provided death date, see headstone photo.
2296. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 11.
2297. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Nathan Zipfel, transcriber, Extractions from 1862 Issues, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/saving-graves/18...publican-1862-issues>, Issue dated February 27, 1852.
2298. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, “Isaac Drauker”.
2299. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 32.
2300. “Barron, William B. Family,” Gedcom file, downloaded 23 October 2010, containing 23,211 names, submitted by William Barron and dated February 2010, Sun City, Florida, <http://www.w1wab.com/>, provided month and day.
2301. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 33.
2302. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Retrieved 2010-10-20, see http:&|;&|;www.pagenweb.org&|;~clearfield&|;cemeteries&|;lumbercity-penn.htm.
2303. Pennsylvania Trails, Northumberland County Pennsylvania, copyright © Genealogy Trails, All Rights Reserved with full rights reserved for original contributor, <http://genealogytrails.com/penn/northumberland/>, Retrieved 1 April 2011, cites Genealogical and Biographical Annals of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, by J. L. Floyd Published Chicago, Ill., 1911, p. 711.
2304. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 655-656.
2305. Ibid. pp. 602, 656.
2306. “Barron, William B. Family,” Gedcom file, downloaded 23 October 2010, containing 23,211 names, submitted by William Barron and dated February 2010, Sun City, Florida, <http://www.w1wab.com/>, provided date of birth.
2307. Pennsylvania Trails, Northumberland County Pennsylvania, copyright © Genealogy Trails, All Rights Reserved with full rights reserved for original contributor, <http://genealogytrails.com/penn/northumberland/>, Retrieved 1 April 2011.
2308. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, see her mother’s entry; added Pike Township to birth place.
2309. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 34.
2310. “Barron, William B. Family,” Gedcom file, downloaded 23 October 2010, containing 23,211 names, submitted by William Barron and dated February 2010, Sun City, Florida, <http://www.w1wab.com/>, birth date.
2311. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated September 8, 1858.
2312. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 156.
2313. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 602-604.
2314. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 32, “Jordan J.”, provides birth date.
2315. 1870 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, p. 11, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 October 2011), citing Roll: M593_1327; Page: 308A; Image: 624; Family History Library Film: 552826, 28 years old on 8 June 1870.
2316. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 602-604, provided birth place.
2317. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Olanta Precinct, enumeration district 99, p. 5B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, Farmer.
2318. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 32, “Ella Teeples”.
2319. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 604.
2320. 1870 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, p. 11, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 October 2011), citing Roll: M593_1327; Page: 308A; Image: 624; Family History Library Film: 552826, provided birth year.
2321. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 603.
2322. WeRelate - The World’s Largest Genealogy Wiki, the Foundation for On-Line Genealogy in partnership with the Allen County Public Library, http://www.werelate.org, Will data cites Will Book A, p. 349.
2323. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, John’s Memorial #71188134, birth date. Birth place from general source.
2324. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated April 7, 1858.
2325. “Ancestry.com Bloom Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Bloom>, provided middle initial, posted by wletto, 9 Jan 2007.
2326. “CousinConnect.com,” Clearfield County Genealogy Queries, Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://www.cousinconnect.com/locs/par/102231/page/3/>, Posted 21 February 2004, <http:&|;&|;www.cousinconnect.com&|;d&|;a&|;53700>.
2327. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated July 15, 1853.
2328. Ibid. Issue dated September 13, 1854.
2329. Ibid. Issue dated August 18, 1858.
2330. Democratic Banner, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1848, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-count...c-banner-1848-issues>, Retrieved 1 October 2010, Issue dated May 26, 1848.
2331. “Olivia W. Bloom,” Submitted by Beulah, 11 June 2008, <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&a...p;GRid=27477253&>, Retrieved 8 November 2010.
2332. 1870 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, p. 11, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 October 2011), citing Roll: M593_1327; Page: 308A; Image: 624; Family History Library Film: 552826, general source provided birth year. June 1870 census place of birth and indicates she was 9/12 years old.
2333. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 32, “May”.
2334. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Olanta Precinct, enumeration district 99, p. 5B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, provvided birth place.
2335. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, issue dated June 8, 1864.
2336. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 9, “Polly”.
2337. Ibid. p. 22, provided middle name.
2338. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, pp. 15-16.
2339. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, pp. 21-22.
2340. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 15.
2341. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 281.
2342. Ibid. pp. 281, 694.
2343. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 10.
2344. “Nancy Porter McClure,” Submitted by Cheryell Averill Romere, 10 March 2008, Maintained by Catherine Sevenau, <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24790685>, Retrieved 8 November 2010, Cites Ancestry Tree of Rita Turegano; Clearfield County Pennsylvania Present and Past, Chapter III, Stories of Early Times, A Typical Family.
2345. “Bloom Lord Louk Sturm Family,” Angella Mishelle Bloom site owner <bloomflowr@gmail.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1307850>, provided place of death.
2346. Mrs. T. L. Way Dead, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 10 April 1922, p. 8, col. 5, Thomas’ daughter.
2347. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 38.
2348. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Hannah’s Memorial # 19428016.
2349. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1480 of the scanned document.
2350. “Bloom Papers,” A variety of digitized papers relative to Bloom family ancestry, PDF image provided by Stephanie Paul, Torrance, CA, email dated 7 October 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, provided day and month, Bloom Papers, Stefanie Paul email dated 7 October 2010, showing copy of Elizabeth Valent email dated 1 Sep 2010, p. 32.
2351. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Lydia’s Memorial # 19428150.
2352. E-Mail: Elizabeth Valent, Gladwyne, Pennsylvania, <elizabethvalent@yahoo.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 6 December 2010, “Re: Wilhelm (William) Bloom (1752-1828) American Immigrant,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2353. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Isaac’s Memorial # 19428134.
2354. Mrs. T. L. Way Dead, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 10 April 1922, p. 8, col. 5.
2355. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Sally’s Memorial # 19428404.
2356. “Mrs. T. L. Way,” Obituary, Unknown Newspaper, (Clearfield County, Pennsylvania), Abt 10 April 1922.
2357. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 614-616, identified as Thomas Laurence.
2358. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Thomas’ Memorial # 41200062 (See Headstone Photo).
2359. Ibid. Thomas’ Memorial # 41200062.
2360. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 3A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, Dairy Farmer.
2361. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 613-614.
2362. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 27.
2363. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, David’s Memorial # 24484509.
2364. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 27, “Eliza”.
2365. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Eliza’s Memorial # 24484521 (Provides Middle Initial).
2366. Ibid. Eliza’s Memorial # 24484521.
2367. Ibid. Hannah’s Memorial # 24479820.
2368. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 3B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, Birth Place.
2369. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 418.
2370. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 31.
2371. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp 114, 170, See history of the Fifth Regiment at this source.
2372. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 4A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
2373. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. middle name identified in his daughter Naomi’s notes.
2374. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, IRWIN, William, 09 Jan 1899.
2375. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See her brother Max’s general source at <http://www.beardsleyfuneralhome.com>.
2376. Ibid. See his brother in-law Max’s general source at <http://www.beardsleyfuneralhome.com>.
2377. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 4A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, listed as Byron.
2378. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See his brother Max’s general source at <http://www.beardsleyfuneralhome.com>.
2379. Ibid. See http:&|;&|;www.pa-tree.com&|;curwensville&|;alumni-class23-24.htm.
2380. Ibid. See his brother Max’s general source at <http:&|;&|;www.beardsleyfuneralhome.com>.
2381. Ibid. See his brother-in-law Max’s general source at <http://www.beardsleyfuneralhome.com>.
2382. Ibid. “Chloe”, see her brother Max’s general source at <http://www.beardsleyfuneralhome.com>.
2383. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 4A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, identified as “Chloe”.
2384. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> nickname “Mae”, see her brother Max’s general source at <http://www.beardsleyfuneralhome.com>.
2385. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 4A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, “May”.
2386. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 3A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, provides place of birth.
2387. Mrs. Baker Passmore, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 10 March 1947, p. 3, col. 1.
2388. Oak Hill Cemetery Record of Interments, [Curwensville, Clearfield, PA], <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=45646>, Retrieved March 2010.
2389. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> http:&|;&|;www.pa-tree.com&|;curwensville&|;alumni-class24-26.htm.
2390. Mrs. T. L. Way Dead, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 10 April 1922, p. 8, col. 5, “Hugh”.
2391. Rickard, Julie Rae, Around Curwensville (Images of America), pages shown at this link are limited, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2007, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 19.
2392. “Ancestry.com Clearfield County, Pennsylvania Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa....s.clearfield/mb.ashx>, Mark Fadden post, dated 31 May 2011.
2393. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Mark McFadden <mcfadden62@hotmail.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 1 June 2011.
2394. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, David’s Memorial # 19428402 (Indicates birth year 1898).
2395. Headstone Inscription as viewed by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. See photo.
2396. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Job’s Memorial # 110979231.
2397. Headstone Inscription as viewed by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Died 1901 Aged 82 YS. 5 MO. 2 DS.
2398. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Husband Job’s Memorial # 110979231.
2399. Headstone Inscription as viewed by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. abt 1835.
2400. Ibid. abt 1839 Died 1903, Aged 64 YS. 15 DS.
2401. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 4B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
2402. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 613, place of birth.
2403. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 27, “Rhoda J. Blackburn”.
2404. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 4B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, “Jennie P”.
2405. Headstone Inscription as viewed by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. “Phebe Jane B”.
2406. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Caryn Antes, posted September 3, 2007.
2407. Ibid. Scott Rode, posted October 25, 2005.
2408. Ibid. Cree (Martin) Marshall, posted January 16, 2004.
2409. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issues dated 1861-1862.
2410. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Blair Wissinger, posted April 1, 2006.
2411. Ibid. Marc Thomas, posted April, 29, 2001.
2412. Ibid. Marc Thomas, two separate posts, dated April, 29, 2001.
2413. Ibid. Marc Thomas, posted April 29, 2001.
2414. “U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles,” Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), [database on-line], Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2009, citing History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865, National Archives: Index to Federal Pension Records.
2415. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Marc Thomas, posted April 11, 2002.
2416. Ibid. “Minn” Anna Blake, posted August 11, 2003.
2417. Ibid. Anna Blake, posted August 11, 2003.
2418. Centre Methodist Episcopal Cemetery, Clearfield County, PA (complete survey 2010), Pennsylvania USGenWeb Archives, Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, Copyright © 2007-2010, <http://www.usgwarchives.org/pa/clearfield/tsimages/centremethodist-lawrence.htm>, “Wilbur Gates Antes”.
2419. Democratic Banner, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1848, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-count...c-banner-1848-issues>, Retrieved 1 October 2010, Issue dated August 11, 1848.
2420. Centre Methodist Episcopal Cemetery, Clearfield County, PA (complete survey 2010), Pennsylvania USGenWeb Archives, Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, Copyright © 2007-2010, <http://www.usgwarchives.org/pa/clearfield/tsimages/centremethodist-lawrence.htm>, “Martha Addleman”.
2421. Centre Cemetery Association, Hyde, PA, Site created by Claire White and her son, <http://www.centrecemetery.com/burials.html>, <info@CentreCemetery.com>, “Martha A”.
2422. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Sarah’s Father Zenas’ Memorial #46614730, notes.
2423. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. As calculated using headstone data of yrs, mos. and days.
2424. timeanddate.com, as determined by using Date Calculator, Time and Date AS, <http://www.timeanddate.com/date/dateadd.html>, As calculated by Richard Lee Gleason using a known date <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Confirms date of birth.
2425. “Genealogy.com Antes Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/antes/>, Jane Rutter Conlin, posted April 28, 2001.
2426. Ibid. Marc Thomas, posted May, 11, 2001.
2427. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 18.
2428. Democratic Banner, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1848, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-count...c-banner-1848-issues>, Retrieved 1 October 2010, Issue dated April 25, 1848.
2429. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, pp. 834, 837.
2430. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 75.
2431. Bloom, Isaac (1813-1864), family data from web site posting by Beulah, dated November 8, 2005. Source undocumented. Copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. “Cortez”.
2432. Headstone inscription from photo in possession of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. “Cortes”.
2433. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009, provided place of birth.
2434. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Greg Slopey, Olanta, Pennsylvania, <gslope@verizon.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 9 April 2011.
2435. Bloom, Isaac (1813-1864), family data from web site posting by Beulah, dated November 8, 2005. Source undocumented. Copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. provided place of birth.
2436. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, issue dated June 10, 1863, provided nickname.
2437. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009, “Henryetta” p. 289b, place of birth.
2438. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, issue dated June 10, 1863.
2439. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. pennsylvania.hometownlocator.com.
2440. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, issue dated June 10, 1863, indicates “married on the 28th instant” meaning tyhe same month which it couldn’t have been. ar the residence of the bride’s father.
2441. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 36, “Jennie S Bloom”.
2442. “Barron, William B. Family,” Gedcom file, downloaded 23 October 2010, containing 23,211 names, submitted by William Barron and dated February 2010, Sun City, Florida, <http://www.w1wab.com/>, identifies as “Jane S Bloom”.
2443. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, provided birth place, see her father’s entry.
2444. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009, p. 289b, identified as “Sarah J Bloom”.
2445. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 36, “Hannah R”.
2446. “Barron, William B. Family,” Gedcom file, downloaded 23 October 2010, containing 23,211 names, submitted by William Barron and dated February 2010, Sun City, Florida, <http://www.w1wab.com/>, identifies her middle initial “H”.
2447. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009, p. 289b, provides birth place.
2448. Ibid. p. 289b, identifies her middle initial as “R”.
2449. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, BLOOM, Hannah F., 10 Feb 1894 [death].
2450. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009, p. 285b.
2451. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, “Flora”, see her father’s entry.
2452. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009, p. 289b “Flora”.
2453. Bloom, Isaac (1813-1864), family data from web site posting by Beulah, dated November 8, 2005. Source undocumented. Copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. “Belle”.
2454. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, “Belle”, see her father’s entry.
2455. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 36, provided middle initial.
2456. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Greg Slopey, Olanta, Pennsylvania, <gslope@verizon.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. provided middle initial; email dated 9 April 2011.
2457. timeanddate.com, as determined by using Date Calculator, Time and Date AS, <http://www.timeanddate.com/date/dateadd.html>, As calculated by Richard Lee Gleason using a known date <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, as calculated from 23 years, 8 months and 27 days.
2458. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Greg Slopey, Olanta, Pennsylvania, <gslope@verizon.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 9 April 2011, provided month and year.
2459. Headstone inscription from photo in possession of Richard Lee Gleason, Seattle, WA, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. appears to indicate March 2, 1879.
2460. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 36, “Robert J W”.
2461. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, p. 835.
2462. Ibid. p. 837.
2463. “Governor Simon Snyder,” Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, 2009, <http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/com.../simon_snyder/444136>, Retrieved 9 November 2009.
2464. “Simon Snyder,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Snyder, Retrieved 9 November 2009.
2465. Linn, John Blair, The Annals of Buffalo Valley, [York County] Pennsylvania, 1755-1855, Westminster, Maryland, Heritage Books - ISBN 1-55613-206-9, Originally published 1877, Republished 1989, 1997, <http://files.usgwarchives.org/pa/union/history/lynn/l282322.txt>, p. 443.
2466. Bell, Herbert C., Editor, A History of Northumberland County PA, Chicago, IL, Brown, Runk & Co., Publishers, 1891, Published on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/northumberp/bellcont.html>, pp. 190-191.
2467. 2005, Snyder County PA, <http://www.snydercounty.org/snyder/cwp/view.asp?a=...0867&snyderNav=|>, Retrieved 9 November 2009.
2468. “First Pennsylvnia Governor Educated in York,” Universal York, York’s Historical Connection, June Lloyd, 28 August 2009, <http://www.yorkblog.com/universal/2009/08/first-pennsylvania-german-gove.html>, Retrieved 9 November 2009.
2469. Hilliard-Miller, Lousie <klouisemiller@email.msn.com>, “World Connect Project: George Snyder Descendants,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=:68877>, Retrieved February 2010.
2470. “Pennsylvania Governor Simon Snyder,” National Governors Association, 2004, <http://www.nga.org>, Retrieved February 2010.
2471. Bell, Herbert C., Editor, A History of Northumberland County PA, Chicago, IL, Brown, Runk & Co., Publishers, 1891, Published on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/northumberp/bellcont.html>, p. 391.
2472. Linn, John Blair, The Annals of Buffalo Valley, [York County] Pennsylvania, 1755-1855, Westminster, Maryland, Heritage Books - ISBN 1-55613-206-9, Originally published 1877, Republished 1989, 1997, <http://files.usgwarchives.org/pa/union/history/lynn/l282322.txt>, pp. 443-445.
2473. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. National Governor’s Asscoiation at <http:&|;&|;www.nga.org>.
2474. Linn, John Blair, The Annals of Buffalo Valley, [York County] Pennsylvania, 1755-1855, Westminster, Maryland, Heritage Books - ISBN 1-55613-206-9, Originally published 1877, Republished 1989, 1997, <http://files.usgwarchives.org/pa/union/history/lynn/l282322.txt>, p. 309.
2475. “Johnstown Flood,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnstown_Flood>, Retrieved 7 October 2010.
2476. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. see <http:&|;&|;www.asylumprojects.org&|;index.php?title=Danville_State_Hospital>, retrieved 3 March 2011.
2477. Hook, J.N., Family Names, The Origins, Meanings, Mutations, and History of More Than 2,800 American Names, New York, Collier Books, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1982, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, pp. 138-139.
2478. Launey, John Pitts, First Families of Chester County, PA (volume 2), Heritage Books, 2000, preview published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com>.
2479. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1418 of scanned document.
2480. “Bailey Lineage,” Five generations, one page, cites History of Chester County by Futhey & Cope, p. 467 and Family Bible of Daniel Bailey, From Lou Ann Jacobs email dated 15 April 2012, to Richard Lee Gleason, Original from Unknown person in correspondence to Mrs. Louis E. Littlefield, Normal, Illinois, digital image in possession of Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2481. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1782 of the scanned document.
2482. Ibid. p. 1494 of the scanned document.
2483. Ibid. p. 1786 of the scanned document.
2484. Ibid. p. 1661 of the scanned document.
2485. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Paternal grandfather Joshua “Pierce” Memorial #140108325 photo of document.
2486. Ibid. Jacob’s Memorial# 140220758.
2487. Ingraffia, Roy Joseph Jr., “Longwood: A Building Investigation and Intervention Proposal for the Cox House, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania,” Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in Historic Preservation 2004., 1 January 2004, with photos, <http://repository.upenn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?ar...mp;context=hp_theses>, Retrieved 25 June 2016, pp. 19, 20, 22. See also p. 82.
2488. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Hannah’s Memorial #140609693.
2489. “The Story of Longwood Gardens,” Kennett Square, PA, <http://www.longwoodgardens.org/TheStoryofLongwood_1_3_2_1_1.html>, Retrieved 4 March 2009.
2490. E-Mail: Bonnie Rardin, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, emails dated 24 Feb 2009 and 5 Dec 2010.
2491. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 649.
2492. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Nathan Zipfel, transcriber, Extractions from 1862 Issues, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/saving-graves/18...publican-1862-issues>, Issue dated June 11, 1862.
2493. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated June 11, 1862.
2494. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See http://www.pagenweb.org/~clearfield/cemeteries/lumbercity-penn.htm.
2495. E-Mail: Bill Cupples <sixcats16830@peoplepc.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, Various emails dated 10 October 2010, 18 thru 19 January 2011, “Blooms/Some of My Family/Answers/Children,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2496. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 119.
2497. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Nathan Zipfel, transcriber, Extractions from 1862 Issues, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/saving-graves/18...publican-1862-issues>, Issue dated June 25, 1862.
2498. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated June 25, 1862.
2499. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 59.
2500. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated September 24, 1862.
2501. Lester B. Bloom, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 25 November 1958, p. 6, col. 6, “Margaret”.
2502. Jim Bennett, Curry Run, Clearfield County, Penna., © 2010, Copy In the possession of Karen (Curry) Bond, p. 23.
2503. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 648-649.
2504. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 200.
2505. Ibid. p. 119, aged eighty-four years.
2506. Ibid. p. 119, following first marriage to Lavina Wise who “soon died”.
2507. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Loren M. Varga, Somerset, New Jersey area, <loren_varga@merck.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. one and the same person.
2508. “Pa-Roots.org Message Board Extractions,” Clearfield County Genealogy Project, Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://www.pa-roots.org>, Quent Reed, posted October 4, 2000, [author cites Straws Some Genealogies, p. 229].
2509. Ibid. Quent Reed, posted October 4, 2000.
2510. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 37; also inferred by his wife’s second marriage date.
2511. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated April 19, 1854.
2512. 1850 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Pike Township, Clearfield County Genealogy Project, (http://www.pa-roots.com/clearfield/census/1850/285a.html : retrieved 19 November 2009, “Married within the year”.
2513. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated December 19, 1860.
2514. “Ancestry.com Bloom Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Bloom>, Robert Norris, posted 13 Jul 2000.
2515. Ibid. Robert Norris, posted 17 July 2000.
2516. Aldrich, Lewis Cass, Editor, History of Clearfield County Pennsylvania, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of it’s most prominent men and pioneers, Syracuse, NY, D. Mason & Co., 1887, Transcribed on the Internet at <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/aldrich/aldrich-history.htm>, p. 63.
2517. “Ancestry.com Bloom Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Bloom>, Robert Norris, correction posted 17 Jul 2000.
2518. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 2A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, provides place of birth.
2519. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 34.
2520. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issued dated May 1, 1861.
2521. Ibid. Issue dated August 7, 1861.
2522. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>.
2523. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated March 25, 1863.
2524. “Ancestry.com Bloom Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Bloom>, Carrie Marie Whiting LaMere, posted 14 Jul 2000.
2525. “Curry Family,” Gedcom file created by James Leonard Curry, b. 26 Dec 1934, deceased, via his sister Karen Agnes (Curry) Bond to Richard Lee Gleason, 5 September 2016 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2526. “Ancestry.com Bloom Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Bloom>, Carie Marie Whiting LaMere, posted 14 Jul 2000.
2527. Ibid.
2528. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Loren M. Varga, Somerset, New Jersey area, <loren_varga@merck.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. provided middle name, email dated 2 June 2011, Emailing: search.
2529. “Ancestry.com Bloom Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Bloom>, Cheryell Averill Romere, posted 14 Dec 2008 [Implied father].
2530. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Nathan Zipfel, transcriber, Extractions from 1862 Issues, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/saving-graves/18...publican-1862-issues>, Issue dated August 20, 1852.
2531. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 39.
2532. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated October 20, 1858.
2533. Thomas, Lowell S. <seadragon5@aol.com>, “World Connect Project: Mac/McPherson of PA and Related Families,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=seadragon5>, Retrieved January 2010, [This source includes a lot of U.S. Census data on many of the individuals within it’s database], birth date may be a discrepency as 6 May was the date when he was married.
2534. Pennsylvania Trails, Northumberland County Pennsylvania, copyright © Genealogy Trails, All Rights Reserved with full rights reserved for original contributor, <http://genealogytrails.com/penn/northumberland/>, Retrieved 1 April 2011, cites the Philadelphia North American of Aug. 18, 1909.
2535. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, issue dated July 9, 1862.
2536. Ibid. issue dated July 9, 1862, see her notes.
2537. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Nathan Zipfel, transcriber, Extractions from 1862 Issues, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/saving-graves/18...publican-1862-issues>, Issue dated July 9, 1862.
2538. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Matilda’s Memorial # 24887421 (Date).
2539. Ibid. Lucinda’s Memorial # 122217376.
2540. Ibid. Henry’s Memorial # 122172101.
2541. McClure Cemetery Clearfield Co., Pennsylvania, Cheryell Averill Romere, Owasso, OK, <http://pages.sbcglobal.net/dromere/McClure%20Cemetery%20Web%20Page.htm>, Retrieved 27 September 2009, adds middle initial.
2542. Straw, Albert Y., Some Genealogies and Family Records, Clearfield, PA, Press of Clearfield Republican, 1931, Reprinted by the Clearfield Historical Society., Copy In possession of Richard Lee Gleason <RicksGenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 152, as transcribed at http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/pafg27.htm, viewed by Richard Lee Gleason on 13 Feb 2009. Spelled her name as Julian.
2543. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 8B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, provided birth place.
2544. Ibid.
2545. “Nancy Porter McClure,” Submitted by Cheryell Averill Romere, 10 March 2008, Maintained by Catherine Sevenau, <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24790685>, Retrieved 8 November 2010, provided birth place.
2546. McClure Cemetery, Clearfield County, PA (partial survey), Pennsylvania USGenWeb Archives, Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, Copyright © 2006-2009, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/tsimages/mcclure.htm>, birth date.
2547. “Peters and Related Families,” cites Albert Y Straw Genealogies (1931) and www.gencircles.com, author unknown, <http://tdavep.tripod.com/Family/pafg27.htm>, Retrieved 13 February 2009, p. 1, cites Democratic Banner, Clearfield, PA Saturday, 3 Jul 1847.
2548. Bean’s History of Montgomery County Pennsylvania, Published in part on The Internet, Chapter 55, , Frederick Township, pp. 831-853, 1884, <http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0055.txt>, pp. 835, 837.
2549. Ibid. p. 840.
2550. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 32, “Fred”.
2551. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Frederick’s Memorial # 19428055.
2552. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Nathan Zipfel, transcriber, Extractions from 1862 Issues, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/saving-graves/18...publican-1862-issues>, Issues dated May 14, 1862 and May 28, 1862.
2553. “Mrs. Elvina Bloom,” Obituary, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, 23 September 1918, p. unknown, Edward Burtnette Family Tree (BurtnetteFamily) <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/19994416/>.
2554. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issues dated May 14 and 28th, 1862.
2555. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Nathan Zipfel, transcriber, Extractions from 1862 Issues, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/saving-graves/18...publican-1862-issues>, Issue dated May 14, 1862.
2556. Ibid. Issue dated May 28, 1862.
2557. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Alfred’s Memorial # 119399505.
2558. Ibid. Alfred’s Memorial # 119399505 see obituary.
2559. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. the majority of Ancestry.com family tree sites have this birthdate.
2560. “John McCracken/Mary Bell Family Tree,” site owner chojo42, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/13960775.
2561. 1880 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Greenwood, enumeration district 269, p. 263B, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 23 March 2011), citing the National Archives, Records of the Bureau of the Census, microfilm publication T9, 1454 rolls.
2562. Jim Bennett, Curry Run, Clearfield County, Penna., © 2010, Copy In the possession of Karen (Curry) Bond, pp. 28 & 29.
2563. “Bloom Papers,” A variety of digitized papers relative to Bloom family ancestry, PDF image provided by Stephanie Paul, Torrance, CA, email dated 7 October 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 14.
2564. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 32, “Isaac”.
2565. Jim Bennett, Curry Run, Clearfield County, Penna., © 2010, Copy In the possession of Karen (Curry) Bond, p. 43.
2566. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 32, “Jane”.
2567. “Taylor Bloom,” Submitted by the Descendants, 27 June 2008, <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&a...p;GRid=27872756&>, Retrieved 1 November 2010, See headstone photo.
2568. Ibid.
2569. Taylor Bloom Dies, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Progress, Unknown Date, 1927, digital image posted at <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&a...p;GRid=27872756&>.
2570. Ibid. “married some 60 years ago” per Taylor’s obituary.
2571. The Clearfield Progress Successsors To, The Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Herald, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, [database on-line]. Newspaper Archive, <access.newspaperarchive.com>, May 31, 1913, p. 5, col. 1.
2572. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 32, “Derusha”.
2573. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 726.
2574. Ibid. pp. 726, 729.
2575. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 32, “Amanda”.
2576. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, sister Holly’s page.
2577. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 604, “5 months”.
2578. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Olanta Precinct, enumeration district 99, p. 5B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, provided birth place.
2579. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> (Courtesy Clearfield County Historical Society.) From the book “Around Curwensville” by Julie Rae Rickard, p. 72 at: http:&|;&|;books.google.com&|; .
2580. Fred W. Bloom, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 21 June 1975, p. 6, col. 7.
2581. Ibid. provided place of death.
2582. Ibid. “Beth”.
2583. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Phineas’ Memorial # 19428022.
2584. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 38, identified as “Calvin”.
2585. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Alvin’s Memorial # 19428026.
2586. Ibid. Clark’s Memorial # 19428035.
2587. Ibid. Mary’s Memorial# 19428038.
2588. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 38 “Maggie”.
2589. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated August 27, 1862.
2590. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 38, “Susan”.
2591. Ibid. p. 38, “Matt”.
2592. Caldwell, J. A., Caldwell Atlas of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878, transcribed at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/caldwells-atlas/index.htm>, copyright © Clearfield County PA USGenWeb Archives, p. 24.
2593. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, [See brother Robert Thomas Streets notes].
2594. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;.
2595. Register of Births, Hoopengardner, Doris Jean 7 August 1928, p. 96, line 11. West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, retrieved 10 November 2011.
2596. Ibid. provided birth place and memo data.
2597. Headstone Inscription as viewed by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. photo.
2598. Register of Births Mineral County, Simons, Orville Virge[?], 29 July 1927, p. 227. West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, retrieved 10 November 2011. Orville Virgi[?].
2599. Vital Record: State of West Virginia, “Certificate of Death,” Samuel Shaden Hoopengardner, 19 January 1934, District No. 2921; Series No. 2; 854, West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, Retrieved 9 November 2011, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2600. “Mrs. Elizabeth McMurray,” Obituary, New Castle News, (New Castle, Pennsylvania), 30 September 1918, p. 2, col. 4, Jessi’s Sister Rebecca’s obituary.
2601. Register of Births Mineral County, Streets, James Hubert, 1 December 1932, p. 233. West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, retrieved 10 November 2011.
2602. Deaths Western Assessment District for Year 1901. L.? C. Arnold, Assessor. Hoopengardner, Mary J. Line #26, pp. 150-151. West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, Retrieved 9 November 2011. Digital image in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2603. Vital Record: State of West Virginia, “Certificate of Death,” Samuel Shaden Hoopengardner, 19 January 1934, District No. 2921; Series No. 2; 854, West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, Retrieved 9 November 2011, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, “Samuel Shaden Hoopengardner”.
2604. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, “Samuel Sheridan Hoopengardner”.
2605. Vital Record: State of West Virginia, “Certificate of Death,” Samuel Shaden Hoopengardner, 19 January 1934, District No. 2921; Series No. 2; 854, West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, Retrieved 9 November 2011, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, included time of death.
2606. Rupp, I. Daniel, Thirty Thousand Names: Immigrants in Pennsylvania From 1727 to 1776, Reprint, Baltimore, MD, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1965, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, pp. 254-256.
2607. “Darnley, James Patterson (1830-1912) Descendants,” Gedcom file, adding 22 unique names, submitted by Rebecca Stack (Becky Stadthagen), Winter Haven, Florida, <res1gftv@verizon.net>, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 1 November 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2608. “Mrs. Elizabeth McMurray,” Obituary, New Castle News, (New Castle, Pennsylvania), 30 September 1918, p. 2, col. 4, Birth Place.
2609. Ibid.
2610. “News By Our Own Correspondents,” The Fort Wayne (Indiana) Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 27 September 1916, p. 2?, col. 5, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network Inc., 2006.
2611. “News By Our Own Correspondents,” The Fort Wayne (Indiana) Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 22 November 1916, p. 5?, col. 1, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
2612. “Mrs. Elizabeth McMurray,” Obituary, New Castle News, (New Castle, Pennsylvania), 30 September 1918, p. 2, col. 4, “McMurrAy”.
2613. Ibid. Wife’s obituary.
2614. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, provides place of birth.
2615. Ibid. provides place of death.
2616. Ibid. includes headstone photo.
2617. “1910 U.S. Census,” Wells County, Indiana, population schedule, Jefferson Township[, enumeration district 163, p. 5A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 November 2011), citing Toll T624_388; Image: 768; FHL Number: 1374401.
2618. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, confirms date.
2619. “Ancestry.com Hoopengardner Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Hoopengardner>, lenorafaith, posted 25 Mar 2007.
2620. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Martha’s Memorial # 75826728.
2621. History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton Counties, Pennsylvania, Reprint, Apollo, PA, January 2000, Closson Press, 1884, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 667, col. 2.
2622. “Ancestry.com Hoopengardner Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Hoopengardner>, posted by JoeNihen, 25 October 2011.
2623. “Powell Family Tree,” Shirley (Powell) Monk <monkshirl@msn.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/16212982.
2624. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Retrieved 2010-10-16, see <http:&|;&|;fulton.pa-roots.com&|;cemetery&|;CEM-ALL.TXT>.
2625. 1860 U.S. Census, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, free schedule, Bethel Township, p. 53, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication M653 1,438 rolls, “Polly”.
2626. Ibid.
2627. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, indicated Robert was born 31 Oct 1929.
2628. 1880 U.S. Census, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Union Township, enumeration district 213, p. 113D, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 22 March 2011), citing the National Archives, Records of the Bureau of the Census, microfilm publication T9, 1454 rolls, provided birth year and place.
2629. “Old Log Church,” <http://www.oldlogchurch.com>, Retrieved 22 January 2016.
2630. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. <http:&|;&|;www.findagrave.com&|;cgi-bin&|;fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=1964953>.
2631. “Penuel Family Tree,” Owner janinedunn2, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1997-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/26001844>, added Union City to death place.
2632. Ibid. “Katherine”.
2633. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, [See father Robert Thomas Streets notes].
2634. Ibid. [See father-in-law Robert Thomas Streets notes].
2635. Ibid. [See daughter Omie's notes].
2636. Ibid. [See sister Omie's notes].
2637. Register of Birth, (Female) Hoopengardner, 27 December 1910, line 38. West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, retrieved 10 November 2011.
2638. Marriage Record, No. 110, Pre-Marital Certificate No 9258. Harold Compton and Mary E. Hoopengardner, license dated 2 July 1946. Summit County, Ohio Marriage Records, 1840-1980. Akron, Ohio: Summit County Court of Common Pleas - Probate Division. Digital Publication, 41 rolls. Ancestry.com. Includes signatures of both parties. Retrieved 8 November 2011.
2639. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA., Friday, July 12, 1918. Ancestry.com digital image.
2640. “1930 U.S. Census,” Washington County, Maryland, population schedule, Hancock, enumeration district 22-31, p. 3B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : Retrieved 16 November 2011), citing Roll 881; Image 313.0.
2641. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Retrieved 2010-10-15, see http:&|;&|;www.herald-mail.com&|;?cmd=displaystory&story_id=72984&format=print.
2642. Ibid. Retrieved 2010-10-15, see http:&|;&|;www.herald-mail.com&|;?cmd=displaystory-comments&story_id=18913.
2644. “1930 U.S. Census,” Washington County, Maryland, population schedule, Hancock, enumeration district 22-31, p. 3B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : Retrieved 16 November 2011), citing Roll 881; Image 313.0, birth place Maryland.
2645. The Obituary Daily Times a daily index of published obituaries. Does not contain the actual obituaries. Hagerstown; obituaries appeared in The Baltimore Sun, The Hagerstown Herald-Mail and the Ocala (Florida) Sun Banner all on 11 May 2002.
2646. “1930 U.S. Census,” Washington County, Maryland, population schedule, Hancock, enumeration district 22-31, p. 3B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : Retrieved 16 November 2011), citing Roll 881; Image 313.0, appears to be “Wilbur L”.
2647. The Obituary Daily Times a daily index of published obituaries. Does not contain the actual obituaries.
2648. “Social Happenings,” New Castle News, New Castle, Pennsylvania, 21 June 1899, p. 13, Col. 4, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
2649. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Frank’s Memorial #43291404.
2650. “Mrs. Frank L. Herbert,” Obituary, New Castle News, (New Castle, Pennsylvania), 31 January 1948, p. 2, col. 4.
2651. “Descendants of George H. Hopengartner,” Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr.,, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/G...s-jr/GENE2-0001.html>, Retrieved 24 February 2009, pp. 1-2.
2652. “Penuel Family Tree,” Owner janinedunn2, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1997-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/26001844>.
2653. “Hoopingarner Family Tree,” Owner cbaker156, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1997-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/9898189>, George “Hoopingarner”.
2654. “Powell Family Tree,” Shirley (Powell) Monk <monkshirl@msn.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/16212982, provided death place.
2655. “Hoopingarner Family Tree,” Owner cbaker156, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1997-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/9898189>.
2656. Rupp, I. Daniel, Thirty Thousand Names: Immigrants in Pennsylvania From 1727 to 1776, Reprint, Baltimore, MD, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1965, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library.
2657. “Powell Family Tree,” Shirley (Powell) Monk <monkshirl@msn.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/16212982, “Anna Margaret Onkel”.
2658. “Descendants of George H. Hopengartner,” Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr.,, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/G...s-jr/GENE2-0001.html>, Retrieved 24 February 2009, pp. 1-2, idenified as “Anna Margaret”.
2659. Ibid. p. 2.
2660. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> see AJ Flanagan email dated 31 January 2011.
2661. “Descendants of George H. Hopengartner,” Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr.,, Genealogy.com FamilyTreeMaker Online (Ancestry.com), <http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/G...s-jr/GENE2-0001.html>, Retrieved 24 February 2009, p. 6, birth place Pennsylvania.
2662. Vital Record: State of West Virginia, “Certificate of Death,” Samuel Shaden Hoopengardner, 19 January 1934, District No. 2921; Series No. 2; 854, West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, Retrieved 9 November 2011, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, birth place Indiana, PA.
2663. Ibid. surname “McLott”.
2664. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, surname “Mellott”.
2665. 1860 U.S. Census, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, free schedule, Bethel Township, p. 53, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication M653 1,438 rolls, provided birth date.
2666. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, provided birth place.
2667. “Ancestry.com Hoopengardner Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Hoopengardner>, “Lulu”; lenorafaith, posted 25 Mar 2007.
2668. “1920 U.S. Census,” Fulton County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Union Township, enumeration district 58, p. 2A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 November 2011), citing Roll T-625_1572; Image 1115.
2669. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Memorial # 99028622.
2670. Ibid. Memorial # 99028565.
2671. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1471 of scanned document.
2672. “Marriage Licenses,” Bedford (Pennsylvania) Gazette, Bedford, Pennsylvania, 27 October 1911, p. 1, col. 4, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.
2673. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 756, col. 1, pp. 1421, 1471 of scanned document.
2674. Ibid. p. 756, col. 1 of the book, pp. 1421, 1471 of the scanned document.
2675. Ibid. p. 1471 of the scanned document.
2676. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, identified birth place as Wayneburg, PA.
2677. 1850 U.S. Census, Bethel Township, Fulton County, PA. [As cited within “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>]
2678. Sue Ann Winters Cohen, 503 N. Ft. Thomas Ave., Ft. Thomas, KY 41075, email <Cohen@fuse.net> [This source imported with “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>]
2679. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Retrieved 2010-10-16, see <http://fulton.pa-roots.com/cemetery/CEM-ALL.TXT>.
2680. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. See FindaGrave.com.
2681. Register of Births Mineral County, Streets, Ada Rosalee, 24 August 1934, p. 236. West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, retrieved 10 November 2011. identified as “Streets, Ada Rosalee”; place of birth Elk Garden.
2682. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, identified as “Ada Mae Streets”.
2683. History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton Counties, Pennsylvania, Reprint, Apollo, PA, January 2000, Closson Press, 1884, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 665, Col. 2.
2684. “Ancestry.com Hoopengardner Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Hoopengardner>, lenorafaith posted 25 Mar 2007.
2685. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Anna’s Memorial # 75671958.
2686. Ibid. Per his Memorial # 91741865.
2687. Ibid. Memorial # 91741865.
2688. Ibid. Memorial # 91524207.
2689. Ibid. Memorial # 91524207.
2690. Ibid. <http:&|;&|;www.findagrave.com&|;cgi-bin&|;fg.cgi?page=gr&GSsr=41&GScid=2188032&GRid=13699818&>.
2691. Brockelman, Scott, “Re: The Hoopengardners,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, 25 September 2011, <http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.hoopengardner/5.11.1/mb.ashx>, Retrieved 1 March 2016.
2692. E-Mail: Scott Brockelman, near Dallas/Ft. Worth, <scottbrockelman@msn.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 8 December 2010, “RE: Your Post-em to Casper Hoopingardner,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2693. Scott Brockelman Post-em note attached privately to “William T. Avery/Richard D. Lines Family Tree” rootsweb web site, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=richard_lines>, dated 8 December 2010.
2694. E-Mail: Scott Brockelman, near Dallas/Ft. Worth, <scottbrockelman@msn.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 8 December 2010, “RE: Your Post-em to Casper Hoopingardner,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, states he believes Mary is still alive in the 1810 census.
2695. “Ancestry.com Hoopengardner Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Hoopengardner>, posted by Scott Brockelman, 25 September 2011.
2696. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, spelled middle name Elmyra.
2697. Ibid. includes a headstone photo.
2698. “Nathaniel Speas,” Submitted by Stephanie D. Smith, 30 September 2009, <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=42568421>, Retrieved 29 December 2010.
2699. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> “Johnnie”; retrieved 2010-10-16, see <http://fulton.pa-roots.com/cemetery/CEM-ALL.TXT>.
2700. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anna Margaretta Sigel.
2701. “Ancestry.com Hoopengardner Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Hoopengardner>, *Buck Valley, Fulton County, PA.
2702. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Shirley (Powell) Monk of Littleton, Colorada, <monkshirl@msn.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 14 March 2011, provided middle name.
2703. Ibid. email dated 14 March 2011, provided birth place.
2704. Ibid. email dated 14 March 2011.
2705. Ibid. email dated 17 March 2011.
2706. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Stanley Doughlas Kenner, Kimberley, British Columbia, Canada, <sharyndougk@shaw.ca>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 9 Nov 2011, includes the photo.
2707. E-Mail: Shirley (Powell) Monk, of Littleton, Colorado, to Richard Lee Gleason, 5 & 6 September 2010, “Re: Information,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2708. E-Mail: Shirley (Powell) Monk, of Littleton, Colorado, to Richard Lee Gleason, 30 & 31 December 2010, 2 January 2011, “thanks & pics,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2709. “1930 U.S. Census,” Washington County, Maryland, population schedule, Hagerstown, enumeration district 22-9, p. 7B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : Retrieved 8 November 2011), citing Roll 880; Image 699.0, provided birth state.
2710. Vital Record: State of West Virginia, “Certificate of Death,” Harry G. Hoopengardner, 28 December 1932, District No. 3321; Series No. 28; 17138, West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, Retrieved 9 November 2011, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, birth place.
2711. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, birth year.
2712. E-Mail: Marie (Platt) Post, Towanda, Pennsylvania, to Richard Lee Gleason, 2 March 2010, “Re: Lines Family,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, identifies middle initial.
2713. William E. Hoopengardner, Obituary, The Fulton County News, McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania, 25 September 2008, From the United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com, “Ray” per his brother William’s obituary.
2714. Ibid.
2715. Marie E. Hoopengardner, Obituary, The Morning Herald, The Daily Mail, Hagerstown, Maryland, 4 August 2005, From the United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com.
2716. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 1 at Ancestry.com.
2717. William E. Hoopengardner, Obituary, The Fulton County News, McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania, 25 September 2008, From the United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com, This Pennsylvania newspaper indicates “in Frederick”.
2718. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Anna’s Memorial # 73934642.
2719. Ibid. Memorial # 73934568.
2720. Ibid. Orville’s Memorial # 73935616.
2721. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. (Memo).
2722. The Obituary Daily Times a daily index of published obituaries. Does not contain the actual obituaries. Death place, obituary appeared in the Hagerstown Herald-Mail 31 July 2002.
2723. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, per his brother-in-law William’s obituary.
2724. William E. Hoopengardner, Obituary, The Fulton County News, McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania, 25 September 2008, From the United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com, her brother William’s obituary.
2725. Ibid. Her brother’s obituary.
2726. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Gordon.
2727. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Jordan per his brother-in-law William’s obituary.
2728. “Ancestry.com Hoopengardner Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Hoopengardner>, birthdate, lenorafaith, posted 25 Mar 2007.
2729. 1860 U.S. Census, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, free schedule, Bethel Township, p. 53, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication M653 1,438 rolls, “Leah”.
2730. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Banner’s Memorial # 76641297.
2731. “Personal Mention,” New Castle News, New Castle, Pennsylvania, 19 July 1911, p. 3, Col. 4, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
2732. Ibid. “W. P. Stern”.
2733. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, “William Price”.
2734. “Ancestry.com Hoopengardner Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Hoopengardner>.
2735. Nancy Peace Post-em note attached privately to “William T. Avery/Richard D. Lines Family Tree” rootsweb web site, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=richard_lines>, RE: Elmer Preston Metz (1912-2006), dated 31 March 2010.
2736. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, “Alice May Ridge”.
2737. Nancy Peace Post-em note attached privately to “William T. Avery/Richard D. Lines Family Tree” rootsweb web site, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=richard_lines>, RE: Elmer Preston Metz (1912-2006), dated 31 March 2010. “Orben”.
2738. Ibid. “Mary A. Johnson”.
2739. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, identified as “Aubrey”.
2740. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Retrieved 2010-10-15, see: http:&|;&|;www.123people.com&|;s&|;roger+hoopengardner.
2741. National Cemetery Administration. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006. Original data: National Cemetery Administration. Nationwide Gravesite Locator. From son Bryan’s gravesite record.
2742. “Bryan Hoopengardner, Military Son,” <http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/bryan-hoopengardner.htm>, Cites: Family, Friends Mourn Young Man's Death, By Bonnie Hobbs, Courtesy of the Connection, April 21, 2005, Posted: 21 April 2005; Updated: 13 November 2005, Retrieved 15 October 2010.
2743. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Retrieved 15 October 2010, see http:&|;&|;pmhesse.blogspot.com&|;2005&|;06&|;bryan-hoopengardner.html.
2744. Ibid. See mother’s obituary.
2745. Hook, J.N., Family Names, The Origins, Meanings, Mutations, and History of More Than 2,800 American Names, New York, Collier Books, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1982, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 104.
2746. Democratic Banner, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1848, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-count...c-banner-1848-issues>, Retrieved 1 October 2010, Issur dated February 26, 1848.
2747. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Husband Gabriel’s Memorial # 131700641.
2748. 1850 U.S. Census, Lawrence County, IN, p. 436. [This source imported with “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>]
2749. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, includes headstone photo and provides nickname.
2750. Ibid. Simpson’s Memorial # 13170903.
2751. Goodspeed, History of Lawrence, Orange and Washington Counties, Indiana, Indiana, 1884, [This source imported with “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>].
2752. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Rebecca’s Memorial # 131700728 (Place).
2753. Ibid. Rebecca’s Memorial # 131700728 (Middle Initial).
2754. Ibid. Gabriel’s Memorial # 131700641.
2755. Birth Certificate, Montgomery County, Ohio. [As cited within “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>]
2756. Birth Certificate. [As cited within “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>]
2757. Marriage Certificate. [As cited within “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>]
2758. “Guthrie County, Iowa Marriage Records,” [As cited within “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>], Record No. 2788, p. 118.
2759. Tillman, Stephen Frederick, The Rennolds-Reynolds Family of England and Virginia - 1530-1948, R B92 R466t, Dayton-Montgomery County Library, [This source imported with “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>], 31, 300. SIMPSON Reynolds, son of Robert (299) and Leaner (Hoopingarner) Reynolds, b. 5-9-1850 in Lawrence County, Indi, ana. He m. 2-7-1873 Alfreda Bell, and settled in Victory, Guthrie County, Iowa. Iss, ue: Charles Wesley, and Aletta.
2760. 1880 U.S. Census, Guthrie County, Iowa, Seely Township, p. 16, line 10 and "1900 U.S. Census," Seely Township, Guthrie County, Iowa, vol 30, p. 63, line 81. [This source imported with “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>]
2761. Death Record, Guthrie Center, Iowa. [As cited within “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>]
2762. Death Record, File #1144, Guthrie Center, Iowa. [As cited within “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>]
2763. History of Guthrie County, Iowa, p. 434. [As cited within “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>]
2764. 1870 U.S. Census, Guthrie County, Iowa, Center Township, p. 8, line 7 and Gravestone readings. [This source imported with “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>]
2765. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Robert’s Memorial # 10678289 (Place).
2766. Death Record #0435, Leroy Township, Audubon County, Iowa. [This source imported with “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>]
2767. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Mount_Idaho,_Idaho>.
2768. 1880 U.S. Census. [As cited within “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, dated 21 March 2009, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., Richard Lee Gleason source #231 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>]
2769. 1860 U.S. Census, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, free schedule, Bethel Township, p. 53, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication M653 1,438 rolls, identified as “Ruanna”.
2770. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, identified as “ Rheuemma”.
2771. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Rheuemma’s Memorial # 76643329.
2772. Ibid. Emanuel’s Memorial # 76643294.
2773. Pennsylvania Trails, Northumberland County Pennsylvania, copyright © Genealogy Trails, All Rights Reserved with full rights reserved for original contributor, <http://genealogytrails.com/penn/northumberland/>, Retrieved 1 April 2011, see John Bloom biography (not currently identified).
2774. “1920 U.S. Census,” Washington County, Maryland, population schedule, Hagerstown, enumeration district 154, p. 7A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : Retrieved 8 November 2011), citing Roll T-625_676; Image 148, indicates he was born in Maryland.
2775. “Ancestry.com Hoopengardner Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Hoopengardner>, hoopiedh3 (Doris), posted 10 Apr 2004.
2776. “1930 U.S. Census,” Washington County, Maryland, population schedule, Hagerstown, enumeration district 22-9, p. 7B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : Retrieved 8 November 2011), citing Roll 880; Image 699.0, identified as Joseph C Hoopengardner.
2777. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, provided last name.
2778. “1930 U.S. Census,” Washington County, Maryland, population schedule, Hagerstown, enumeration district 22-9, p. 7B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : Retrieved 8 November 2011), citing Roll 880; Image 699.0, indicates she was married at age 15.
2779. “1920 U.S. Census,” Washington County, Maryland, population schedule, Hagerstown, enumeration district 154, p. 7A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : Retrieved 8 November 2011), citing Roll T-625_676; Image 148, indicates she was married at age 17.
2780. “1930 U.S. Census,” Washington County, Maryland, population schedule, Hagerstown, enumeration district 22-9, p. 7B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : Retrieved 8 November 2011), citing Roll 880; Image 699.0.
2781. “Ossian News,” The Fort Wayne (Indiana) News and Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 19 May 1918, p. 2, col. 2, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.
2782. “1910 U.S. Census,” Wells County, Indiana, population schedule, Jefferson Township[, enumeration district 163, p. 6B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 November 2011), citing Roll T624_388; Image: 771; FHL Number: 1374401, place of birth.
2783. Ibid.
2784. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Google Books “Record of Indiana Volunteers in the Spanish-American war 1898-1899” by Indiana Adjutant General’s Office, Indiana, p. 241, accessed 16 Nov 2011.
2785. Ibid. <www.memoriallibrary.com&|;IN&|;SA&|;160th&|;F.htm>, accessed 16 Nov 2011.
2786. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, identified her first name as Lula.
2787. “1910 U.S. Census,” Wells County, Indiana, population schedule, Jefferson Township[, enumeration district 163, p. 6B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 November 2011), citing Roll T624_388; Image: 771; FHL Number: 1374401, middle initial.
2788. “Mrs. Elizabeth McMurray,” Obituary, New Castle News, (New Castle, Pennsylvania), 30 September 1918, p. 2, col. 4, William’s Sister Rebecca’s obituary.
2789. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, identifies her as Amanda Johnson.
2790. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, identifies her as Amanada Jane Young Hoopengardner.
2791. Ibid. includes headstone photo and provided middle name.
2792. Ibid. from wife Martha’s entry, provided middle name.
2793. E-Mail: Roberta Hoffman, to Richard Lee Gleason, 28 & 29 December 2010, “Hoopengardner,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2794. Ibid. provides place of death.
2795. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, shoed his birth date as 20 April 1880.
2796. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, his wife’s entry provides his middle name.
2797. Ibid. identifies place of birth, includes headstone photo.
2798. Ibid. identifies place of death.
2799. “Ossian News,” The Fort Wayne (Indiana) News and Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 3 August 1918, p. 11, col. 6, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.
2800. “1930 U.S. Census,” Wells County, Indiana, population schedule, Jefferson Township, enumeration district 90-12, p. 7B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : Retrieved 16 November 2011), citing Roll 638; Image 754.0, “Frank”.
2801. Ibid. birth place.
2802. Ibid.
2803. “1910 U.S. Census,” Wells County, Indiana, population schedule, Jefferson Township[, enumeration district 1634, p. 8B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 16 November 2011), citing Roll T624_388; Image: 795; FHL Number: 1374401.
2804. “Mrs. Elizabeth McMurray,” Obituary, New Castle News, (New Castle, Pennsylvania), 30 September 1918, p. 2, col. 4, Sister Rebecca’s obituary, “W”.
2805. Ibid. Charles’ Sister Rebecca’s obituary.
2806. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, middle initial; includes headstone/Hoopengardner monument photos.
2807. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> see Adrian’s notes.
2808. Ibid. Ancestry.com U.S. School Yearbooks [database on-line]. Provo, UT.
2809. Ibid. Ancestry.com. U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 2 [database on-line], Provo, UT.
2810. Martha Juliette (Reed) Hoopengardner, Memorial Card. From Martha’s Find A Grave Memorial entry at www.findagrave.com. Digital copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2811. Ibid. “Bill”, wife Julia’s mother’s obituary.
2812. Ibid. Julia’s mother’s obituary.
2813. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Rachels’s Memorial # 68582253 with obituary.
2814. Ibid. Memorial # 68582310.
2815. “Ossian News,” The Fort Wayne (Indiana) News and Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 7 June 1919, p. 6, col. 6, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.
2816. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, see Wilda Kattell [Hoopengardner] Reid entry, with headstone photo.
2817. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, spelled last name Reed.
2818. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Ancestry.com. U.S. Department of vetran’s Affairs BITLS Death File, 1850-2010.
2819. “1930 U.S. Census,” Wells County, Indiana, population schedule, Jefferson Township, enumeration district 90-12, p. 7B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : Retrieved 16 November 2011), citing Roll 638; Image 754.0, middle initial appears to be an “L”.
2820. Martha Juliette (Reed) Hoopengardner, Memorial Card. From Martha’s Find A Grave Memorial entry at www.findagrave.com. Digital copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. maternal grandmother’s obituary.
2821. Ibid. wife Laura’s maternal grandmother’s obituary.
2822. Ibid. Laura’s maternal grandmother’s obituary.
2823. Ibid. mother’s maternal grandmother’s obituary.
2824. E-Mail: Anne Ponder, Georgia, <Abponder@aol.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 12 February 2016, “Dewees and Lorrain Family,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Citing the US Mortality Schedule 1850-1885.
2825. JDSedore, Michigan, comment attached privately to “The Avery - Lines Family Connection” Ancestry web site, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/24656638>, regarding various Hoopengardner individuals, dated 4 May 2011. “John W. Hoopengardner”.
2826. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, “John Wilson Hopingardner”.
2827. JDSedore, Michigan, comment attached privately to “The Avery - Lines Family Connection” Ancestry web site, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/24656638>, regarding various Hoopengardner individuals, dated 4 May 2011.
2828. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Sharon (Nunes) Hoopengardner, <sharonh831@att.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 27 Nov 2011.
2829. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Husband Stephen’s Memorial# 104146708 (Nickname).
2830. Ibid. Elizabeth’s Memorial # 106611700.
2831. Ibid. Originally posted by “Genealogy Bug Kate” to Elizabeth’s Memorial # 106611700 (Data was removed after I was given management of her memorial).
2832. Ibid. Stephen’s Memorial # 104146708 with Certificate of Death.
2833. Ibid. Originally posted by Bushong Weiss to Stephen’s Memorial # 104146708 (Data was removed after I was given management of her memorial).
2834. Ibid. Stephen’s Memorial # 104146708.
2835. Additional notes, information and observations provided by Richard Lee Gleason (b. 1952), the compiler of this database <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Wikipedia.
2836. Patricia Watts Post-em note attached privately to “William T. Avery/Richard D. Lines Family Tree” rootsweb web site, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=richard_lines>, RE: Mary Belle Boutwell, dated 31 March 2010.
2837. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Martha’s Memorial # 150850441.
2838. 1880 U.S. Census, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Union Township, enumeration district 213, p. 113D, digital image, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 22 March 2011), citing the National Archives, Records of the Bureau of the Census, microfilm publication T9, 1454 rolls, provided birth place.
2839. National Cemetery Administration. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006. Original data: National Cemetery Administration. Nationwide Gravesite Locator. From spouses gravesite record.
2840. Inferred from other data. from birth place of children.
2841. Kathy Topping, <kltopping@ix.netcom.com>, Post-em note attached privately to “William T. Avery/Richard D. Lines Family Tree” rootsweb web site, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=richard_lines>, RE: William Lynn Poush (1925-2011), dated 16 May 2011. see her husband’s obituary.
2842. Ibid. “Lynn”, cites St. Joseph [MO] News Press 5-17-2011, see also email dated 16 May 2011.
2843. Ibid. cites St. Joseph [MO] News Press 5-17-2011, see also email dated 16 May 2011.
2844. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Lewis’ Memorial # 106610449.
2845. Ibid. Father’s Memorial # 104146708.
2846. Ibid. Bessie’s Memorial # 106610424.
2847. Inferred from other data. Daughter’s birth year.
2848. Kathy Topping, <kltopping@ix.netcom.com>, Post-em note attached privately to “William T. Avery/Richard D. Lines Family Tree” rootsweb web site, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=richard_lines>, RE: William Lynn Poush (1925-2011), dated 16 May 2011. see his father-in-law’s obituary.
2849. Ibid.
2850. Ibid. “Rick” see his father’s obituary.
2851. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, “Ricky”.
2852. Kathy Topping, <kltopping@ix.netcom.com>, Post-em note attached privately to “William T. Avery/Richard D. Lines Family Tree” rootsweb web site, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=richard_lines>, RE: William Lynn Poush (1925-2011), dated 16 May 2011. see her father-in-law’s obituary.
2853. Martha Juliette (Reed) Hoopengardner, Memorial Card. From Martha’s Find A Grave Memorial entry at www.findagrave.com. Digital copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. Sara’s mother’s obituary.
2854. Ibid. “Tom”.
2855. Ibid. “Gerry”.
2856. Ibid. Tom’s mother’s obituary.
2857. Ibid. “Dan”, wife Marsha’s maternal grandmother’s obituary.
2858. Ibid. Marsha’s maternal grandmother’s obituary.
2859. Ibid. “Julie” maternal grandmother’s obituary.
2860. Ibid. wife Julie’s maternal grandmother’s obituary.
2861. Ibid. Julie’s maternal grandmother’s obituary.
2862. Ibid. wife Joy’s maternal grandmother.
2863. Ibid. Joy’s maternal grandmother.
2864. Ibid. “Rob” maternal grandmother’s obituary.
2865. 1860 U.S. Census, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, free schedule, Bethel Township, p. 53, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 8 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm publication M653 1,438 rolls, provided birth place.
2866. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, provides maiden name.
2867. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, inclides headstone photo and as seen on inscription.
2868. Ibid. from mother’s entry, provides middle initial.
2869. Ibid. from headstone photo.
2870. Ibid. her mother’s entry provided her middle initial.
2871. Ibid. includes headstone photo which provides nickname.
2872. “Mrs. Frank L. Herbert,” Obituary, New Castle News, (New Castle, Pennsylvania), 31 January 1948, p. 2, col. 4, Mother’s obituary.
2873. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, George’s Memorial #43291451.
2874. Ibid. Erma’s Memorial #43291453.
2875. Ibid. Earl’s Memorial #43193695.
2876. Ibid. Beatrice’s Memorial #61630277.
2877. Ibid. Clair’s Memorial #43291733.
2878. “Mrs. Frank L. Herbert,” Obituary, New Castle News, (New Castle, Pennsylvania), 31 January 1948, p. 2, col. 4, Beatrice’s Mother’s obituary.
2879. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Paul’s Memorial #43193709.
2880. “Mrs. Frank L. Herbert,” Obituary, New Castle News, (New Castle, Pennsylvania), 31 January 1948, p. 2, col. 4, Mother In-Law Rebecca’s obituary.
2881. Ibid. Naomi’s Mother’s obituary.
2882. Ibid. Erma’s Mother’s obituary.
2883. Martha Juliette (Reed) Hoopengardner, Memorial Card. From Martha’s Find A Grave Memorial entry at www.findagrave.com. Digital copy in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. “Andrew” maternal grandmother’s obituary.
2884. JDSedore, Michigan, comment attached privately to “The Avery - Lines Family Connection” Ancestry web site, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/24656638>, regarding various Hoopengardner individuals, dated 4 May 2011. correction to female by submitter who is her second great-granddaughter.
2885. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, had Ephramip as a Male.
2886. Photo: Martha Jane Steward Powell Family, individuals identified. Jpeg file provided by Shirley (Powell) Monk of Littleton, Colorado and in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2887. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Shirley (Powell) Monk of Littleton, Colorada, <monkshirl@msn.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. emails dated 14 and 17 March 2011.
2888. Ibid. email dated 15 March 2011.
2889. “Savannah Powell Bowles,” believed to have been written by Edna Elizabeth (Powell) Harsch (d. 1966), From Shirley Monk, email dated 15 March 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, provided marriage place.
2890. Ibid.
2891. Stanley Doughlas Kenner Post-em note attached privately to “William T. Avery/Richard D. Lines Family Tree” rootsweb web site, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=richard_lines>, RE: Mary Ann Powell (1849-1935), dated 8 September 2011.
2892. Ibid. day of month provided.
2893. Ibid. Doug is William’s great-grandson.
2894. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Memorial # 99028758.
2895. Ibid. Memorial # 99028670.
2896. “1930 U.S. Census,” Washington County, Maryland, population schedule, Hagerstown, enumeration district 22-9, p. 7B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : Retrieved 8 November 2011), citing Roll 880; Image 699.0, “Joseph L. Jr.”.
2897. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, provided middle name and birth date.
2898. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Anita Landry, <landry89@live.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 15 April 2011, provided nickname “Buddy”; confirms birthdate.
2899. Vital Record: State of West Virginia, “Index and Register of Deaths - Harrison County, W. Va.,” Hoopengardner, Marvin R., 18 June 1965, (113) C, West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, Retrieved 9 November 2011, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2900. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Anita Landry, <landry89@live.com>, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. email dated 15 April 2011, provided nickname “Tommy”.
2901. Ibid. email dated 15 April 2011.
2902. Vital Record: State of West Virginia, “Certificate of Death,” Harry G. Hoopengardner, 28 December 1932, District No. 3321; Series No. 28; 17138, West Virginia Department of Culture and History - Vital Records Search, <www.wvculture.otg/vrrr/va_select.aspx>, Retrieved 9 November 2011, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
2903. Ibid. 1909.
2904. Ibid. Date of burial and place.
2905. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Guy’s Memorial # 73938019.
2906. Ibid. Her Memorial# 73935008.
2907. Ibid. Margaret’s Memorial # 73938100.
2908. Ibid. Catharine’s Memorial # 76846809.
2909. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Identified his middle name as “Oliver”.
2910. “Ancestry.com Hoopengardner Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Hoopengardner>, lenorafaith, posted 25 Mar 2007 (Two places).
2911. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Charles’ Memorial # 69834038.
2912. Ibid. Memorial # 77553624.
2913. Ibid. Lemuel’s mother Rachels’s Memorial # 68582253 with obituary.
2914. Ibid. Memorial # 77553700.
2915. Ibid. Jennie’s mother Rachels’s Memorial # 68582253 with obituary.
2916. Ibid. Lizzie’s mother Rachels’s Memorial # 68582253 with obituary.
2917. “Hoopengardner Family,” Gedcom file, adding 3159 unique new names, submitted by Glenn Livingston Watts, Jr., with some sources, Columbia, South Carolina, gwatts1008@sc.rr.com, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 21 March 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, [From her father's notes.].
2918. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, pp. 1418, 1881 of scanned document.
2919. Ibid. p. 1418 of the scanned document.
2920. Ibid. p. 1541 of the scanned document.
2921. Ibid. p, 995 of the scanned document.
2922. Ibid. p. 1419 of the scanned document.
2923. Ibid. pp. 1419, 1471 of the scanned document.
2924. Ibid. p. 1419 of scanned document.
2925. Ibid. pp. 1419-1420 of the scanned document.
2926. Ibid. pp. 1419, 1420-1421 of the scanned document.
2927. Ibid. p. 1421 of the scanned document.
2928. Ibid. pp. 1421-1422, 1471 of the scanned document.
2929. Ibid. p. 698 of the scanned document.
2930. Ibid. pp. 1421, 1471 of scanned document.
2931. Ibid. p. 1421 of scanned document.
2932. Ibid. pp. 1609-1611 of the scanned document.
2933. Carlson, Robert E., Index to Chester County (Pennsylvania) Biography, Friends of the Library West Chester University, West Chester, PA, 1983, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 57, death place; cites severl sources for biographies.
2934. Ibid. p. 57.
2935. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, pp. 896-897, 1516 of the scanned document.
2936. “History of West Chester Academy or Cornerstone Writings,” By Joseph J. Lewis, September 13, 1870, This history was scanned from a 1972 reprint of Lewis' history which was published by Anro Press of Devon. Thanks to Dick Swain, Director of the West Chester University Library, for making this available, adapted to the web by Jim Jones, Ph.D. (West Chester, July 2007), <http://courses.wcupa.edu/jones/his480/reports/lewis187.htm#note12>, Retrieved 18 October 2010, pp. 8-9, 12-15 and footnote 12.
2937. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, pp. 899, 1467 of the scanned document.
2938. Ibid. pp. 944-945 of the scanned document.
2939. Ibid. p. 1200 of the scanned document.
2940. Ibid. p. 1278 of the scanned document, cites Simeon Siegfried's eight page pamphlet, which contained the "Constitution and Address of the Managers of the Chester County Auxiliary Colonization Society.".
2941. Ibid. p. 1610 of the scanned document.
2942. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Joseph’s Memorial #111091909.
2943. Ibid. Hannah’s Memorial #111090480.
2944. Ibid. Sister Ruth’s Memorial.
2945. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1623, 1624 of the scanned document.
2946. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Ruth’s Memorial # 66361527.
2947. Ibid. Joseph’s Memorial #66361494.
2948. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1540 of the scanned document.
2949. Ibid. p. 1821 of the scanned document.
2950. Ibid. pp. 1623-1624 of the scanned document.
2951. Carlson, Robert E., Index to Chester County (Pennsylvania) Biography, Friends of the Library West Chester University, West Chester, PA, 1983, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 59, full date of birth.
2952. Ibid. p. 59, death place.
2953. Ibid. p. 59.
2954. Ibid. p. 59; cites several sources for biographies.
2955. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1624 of the scanned document.
2956. Carlson, Robert E., Index to Chester County (Pennsylvania) Biography, Friends of the Library West Chester University, West Chester, PA, 1983, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 59; cites source for biography.
2957. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 130 of the scanned document.
2958. Ibid. pp. 1612-1613, 1782 of the scanned document.
2959. Ibid. pp. 1140-1141 of the scanned document.
2960. Ibid. p. 518 of the scanned document.
2961. Ibid. pp. 1782, 1988 of the scanned document.
2962. Ibid. p. 1988 of the scanned document.
2963. Ibid. pp. 1782, 1843 of the scanned document.
2964. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;County_Tipperary> and <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Clonmel#History>.
2965. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1125 of the scanned document.
2966. Ibid. pp. 1737, 1782, 1843 of the scanned document.
2967. Ibid. pp. 1782, 1785-1786 of the scanned document.
2968. Ibid. pp. 1785-1786 of the scanned document.
2969. Ibid. pp. 918-919 of the scanned document.
2970. Ibid. pp. 1794, 1838 of the scanned document.
2971. Ibid. pp. 1540, 1817 of the scanned document.
2972. Ibid. pp. 1539-1540 of the scanned document.
2973. Ibid. p. 1539 of the scanned document.
2974. Ibid. p. 1794 of the scanned document.
2975. Ibid. pp. 1444, 1609 of the scanned document.
2976. Ibid. p. 1444 of the scanned document.
2977. E-Mail: Bonnie Rardin, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, email dated 12 March 2009 citing the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine .. p. 500.
2978. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, pp. 285-286.
2979. Ibid. p. 291.
2980. Ibid.
2981. Ibid. p. 1784 of the scanned document.
2982. Ibid. p. 1783 of the scanned document.
2983. Ibid. p. 1784 of the scanned document.
2984. Ibid. p. 1843 of the scanned document.
2985. Ibid. p. 1737 of the scanned document.
2986. Ibid. p. 1881 of the scanned document.
2987. Ibid. p. 666 of the scanned document.
2988. Carlson, Robert E., Index to Chester County (Pennsylvania) Biography, Friends of the Library West Chester University, West Chester, PA, 1983, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 130; cites numerous sources of biographies.
2989. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, pp. 1612-1613 of the scanned document.
2990. Ibid. pp. 1613-1616 of the scanned document.
2991. Carlson, Robert E., Index to Chester County (Pennsylvania) Biography, Friends of the Library West Chester University, West Chester, PA, 1983, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 57, birth place.
2992. Ibid. p. 57; cites several sources for biographies.
2993. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, pp. 1614, 1616 of the scanned document.
2994. Ibid. p. 1614 of the scanned document.
2995. Ibid. pp. 1613, 1617-1618 of the scanned document.
2996. Carlson, Robert E., Index to Chester County (Pennsylvania) Biography, Friends of the Library West Chester University, West Chester, PA, 1983, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 58; cotes several sources for biographies.
2997. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1617 of the scanned document.
2998. Ibid. p. 1618 of the scanned document.
2999. Carlson, Robert E., Index to Chester County (Pennsylvania) Biography, Friends of the Library West Chester University, West Chester, PA, 1983, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 74.
3000. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1952 of the scanned document.
3001. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital camera images of the original (can be viewed at web site), Clearfield County (PA) Register & Recorder’s Office, Clearfield County Courthouse, Transcribed by Clearfield County PAGenWeb Volunteers, <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/deaths.htm>, Recorded 15 January 1897.
3002. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 939 of the scanned document.
3003. Carlson, Robert E., Index to Chester County (Pennsylvania) Biography, Friends of the Library West Chester University, West Chester, PA, 1983, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 58; cotes a couple sources for biographies.
3004. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, p. 1618, 1622 of the scanned document.
3005. Ibid. p. 1622 of the scanned document.
3006. Ibid. pp. 1618, 1623 of the scanned document.
3007. Ibid. pp. 1618-1621 of the scanned document.
3008. Carlson, Robert E., Index to Chester County (Pennsylvania) Biography, Friends of the Library West Chester University, West Chester, PA, 1983, Family History Center, Federal Way WA Stake Center, p. 58.
3009. Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches, Philadelphia, Lewis H. Everts, 1881, Yakima (Washington) Valley Genealogical Society Library, pp. 1618, 1621 of the scanned document.
3010. Ibid. p. 1621 of the scanned document.
3011. Ibid. pp. 897, 1621 of the scanned document.
3012. Ibid. p. 1174 of the scanned document.
3013. Ibid. p. 1106 of the scanned document.
3014. Ibid. p. 1158 of the scanned document.
3015. Ibid. p. 1181 of the scanned document.
3016. Ibid. pp. 1613-1614 of the scanned document.
3017. Ibid. p. 1621-1622 of the scanned document.
3018. “John Gibbon at Gettysburg,” Anthony Kellon, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide, <http://www.gettysburgdaily.com/?p=6190>, Retrieved February 2010.
3019. “John Oliver Gibbon, Major General, United States Army,” with photos, <http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/jgibbon.htm>, Retrieved February 2010.
3020. Ward, Geoffrey C., The Civil War: An Illustrated History, New York, Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1990, Photo at p. xi at Cold Harbor, VA.
3021. Ibid. pp. 226-229, 232.
3022. “Major General John Gibbon Commander-in-Chief 1895-1896,” by Robert G. Carroon, Past Commander-in-Chief, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, <http://www.suvcw.org/mollus/pcinc/jgibbon.htm>, Retrieved February 2010, p. 5.
3023. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, James’ Mother Eva’s Memorial #125513051 with obituary.
3024. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated February 15, 1865.
3025. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 80.
3026. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 39, “Ross”.
3027. Ibid. p. 39, “Rebecca Stratten”.
3028. Thomas, Lowell S. <seadragon5@aol.com>, “World Connect Project: Mac/McPherson of PA and Related Families,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=seadragon5>, Retrieved January 2010, [This source includes a lot of U.S. Census data on many of the individuals within it’s database], “Rebecca”.
3029. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated May 19, 1858.
3030. Darryl <drrowles@roadrunner.com>, “Hancock County Maine Project,” Rootsweb (Ancestry.com), subscription database, <http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op...rwood&id=I125529>, Retrieved: 22 August 2016.
3031. Democratic Banner, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1848, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-count...c-banner-1848-issues>, Retrieved 1 October 2010, Issue dated June 24, 1848.
3032. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Maude’s obituary, Memorial# 7731960 (esp Memo).
3033. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Olanta Precinct, enumeration district 99, p. 4A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, “Stacy Bauman”.
3034. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Stacy’s Memorial # 7731958.
3035. Ibid. Stacy’s Memorial # 7731958 (Date of birth).
3036. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 424, 899-900.
3037. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Stacy’s Memorial # 7731958 (Retired Gardner).
3038. Ibid. Maude’s obituary, Memorial# 7731960.
3039. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 423, 899.
3040. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Eliza’s Memorial # 27476814, Cerificate of Death.
3041. Ibid. Eliza’s Memorial # 27476814, Cerificate of Death (Burial Date).
3042. Ibid. Eliza’s Memorial # 27476814.
3043. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 900.
3044. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Verna’s Memorial # 7731955.
3045. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Olanta Precinct, enumeration district 99, p. 4A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, “Verna Soulsby”.
3046. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Her mother Maude’s obituary, Memorial# 7731960.
3047. Ibid. Carl’s Memorial # 7731957.
3048. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 900, “Clyde Bowman”.
3049. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Roland’s Memorial # 34033910.
3050. Ibid. Her mother Maude’s obituary, Memorial# 7731960 (Initial).
3051. Ibid. Pearl’s Memorial # 7731965 (Birth Date).
3052. Ibid. Pearl’s Memorial # 7731965.
3053. “Wertz, Nicholas (1783-1875) Descendants,” Gedcom file, adding 731 unique new names, submitted by Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, Pennsylvania, <katy111@verizon.net>, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 27 May 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, His mother Maude’s obituary, Memorial# 7731960.
3054. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, His mother Maude’s obituary, Memorial# 7731960.
3055. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, “Goldie” p. 900.
3056. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Goldie’s Memorial # 7731967.
3057. Ibid. Amos’ Memorial # 84030265.
3058. Ibid. Hazel’s Memorial # 76340835.
3059. Ibid. Harold’s Memorial # 7732150.
3060. Ibid. Harold’s Memorial # 7732150 (Birth Date).
3061. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Olanta Precinct, enumeration district 99, p. 4A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, “Harold”.
3062. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Erla’s Memorial # 76369882.
3063. Ibid. Virgil’s Memorial # 7717618.
3064. Ibid. Lynn’s Memorial # 7717628.
3065. Ibid. Lois’ Memorial # 7717619.
3066. Ibid. His wife Lois’s Memorial# 7717619.
3067. Ibid. Stacy’s Memorial # 7717624.
3068. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, pp. 423, 424.
3069. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, His mother Eliza’s Memorial # 27476814, Cerificate of Death (H.L. is the informant).
3070. Ibid. His sister Rosa’s Memorial # 147092342, Cerificate of Death (H.L. is the informant).
3071. Ibid. Harry’s Memorial # 10577668.
3072. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 423.
3073. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Emma’s Memorial # 10577674.
3074. Ibid. Rosa’s Memorial # 147092342.
3075. Ibid. Rosa’s Memorial # 147092342, Certificate of Death.
3076. Ibid. John’s Memorial # 84892125.
3077. Ibid. Bauman, see his mother-in-law Elvira Curry’s notes/obituary.
3078. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 424, Identifies her as Atnieda Bloom.
3079. “Bloom, Garrison, Bauman, Gelnett, Bowman, Rowles, Peoples, Luzier, Mason, Ruffner, Graham, Family Trees,” Gloria Pinter site owner <razzledazzle16830@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991>, headstonje at this source confirms her first name.
3080. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, see her mother’s notes/obituary.
3081. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 424, identifies her as Edna Bloom.
3082. “Bloom, Garrison, Bauman, Gelnett, Bowman, Rowles, Peoples, Luzier, Mason, Ruffner, Graham, Family Trees,” Gloria Pinter site owner <razzledazzle16830@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991>, identifies her as Sarah Edna Bloom.
3083. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 37, “Mina”.
3084. Mrs. Baker Passmore, Obituary, The Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 10 March 1947, p. 3, col. 1, his sister-in-law.
3085. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 424, identifies her as Edna Henderson.
3086. “Bloom, Garrison, Bauman, Gelnett, Bowman, Rowles, Peoples, Luzier, Mason, Ruffner, Graham, Family Trees,” Gloria Pinter site owner <razzledazzle16830@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2010, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5274991>, identifies her as Edra Ellen Hnderson.
3087. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Olanta Precinct, enumeration district 99, p. 4A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives, “Paul Bauman”.
3088. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 39, “Jennie”.
3089. “1930 U.S. Census,” Washington County, Maryland, population schedule, Hancock, enumeration district 22-31, p. 3B, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : Retrieved 16 November 2011), citing Roll 881; Image 313.0, daughter Elsie’s entry.
3090. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See daughter Sandra’s obituary.
3091. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, His daughter Rachel’s Memorial # 77553700.
3092. Ibid. Her daughter Rachel’s Memorial # 77553700.
3093. Ibid. Memorial # 77553803.
3094. Ibid. Memorial # 77553887.
3095. Ibid. William’s Memorial # 73932309.
3096. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, pp. 11, 13.
3097. “Genealogy.com Lines Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/lines/>, Peggy Gardner, posted September 4, 1999 & Jerry Lines, posted January 3, 2000.
3098. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania: Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson and Clarion, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens .., Chicago, J.H. Beers & Company, 1898, 1941 pages, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 858, col. 2.
3099. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 11.
3100. Luthersburg Union Cemetery Record of Interments, [Luthersburg, Clearfield, PA], <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=176695>, Retrieved 4 March 2010. David H. Lines.
3101. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 45.
3102. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 12.
3103. Luthersburg Union Cemetery Record of Interments, [Luthersburg, Clearfield, PA], <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=176695>, Retrieved 4 March 2010. John E Lines.
3104. Ibid. Cora Lines.
3105. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 13.
3106. “Genealogy.com Lines Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/lines/>, Peggy Gardner, posted June 18, 2000 (Granddaughter).
3107. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, provides nickname.
3108. “Genealogy.com Lines Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/lines/>, Peggy Gardner, posted June 18, 2000 (Daughter).
3109. Ibid. Mary Green, posted October 24, 1999.
3110. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 14.
3111. Ibid. p. 14; indicated marriage date as 1867.
3112. “Register Report for Nathaniel Lines,” From Marilyn Ann (Masters) Frantz, <mjf100@windstream.net>, email dated 16 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason, held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 2; 11 Dec 1866 and marriage place.
3113. “Genealogy of Joseph Lines (1795-1870),” Rich Adler, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Document cites Beers “Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania,” 1898, and a “variety of additional ancestry.com sources are integrated”, p. 16.
3114. Clearfield (Pennsylvania) Republican, Shirley Pierce, transcriber, Extractions from issues dated 1852-1854, 1858, 1860-1865, <http://www.pa-roots.com/index.php/clearfield-county/167-clearfield-republican>, Issue dated April 26, 1865.
3115. Linn, John Blair, The Annals of Buffalo Valley, [York County] Pennsylvania, 1755-1855, Westminster, Maryland, Heritage Books - ISBN 1-55613-206-9, Originally published 1877, Republished 1989, 1997, <http://files.usgwarchives.org/pa/union/history/lynn/l282322.txt>.
3116. “Armentrout and Related Families Family Group Sheets,” Gloria Motter, FamilyGen.net, 16 January 2003, <http://www.famgen.net/armentrout/fam04042.htm>, Retrieved 9 November 2009.
3117. Linn, John Blair, The Annals of Buffalo Valley, [York County] Pennsylvania, 1755-1855, Westminster, Maryland, Heritage Books - ISBN 1-55613-206-9, Originally published 1877, Republished 1989, 1997, <http://files.usgwarchives.org/pa/union/history/lynn/l282322.txt>, pp. 446-447.
3118. Ibid. p. 447.
3119. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Harriett’s Memorial # 122216972.
3120. Ibid. Wife Harriett Swan’s Memorial # 122216972.
3121. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 30.
3122. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 21, “Betsy”.
3123. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 7.
3124. Ibid. p. 12.
3125. Ibid. p. 13.
3126. “Gerald R. Ford Genealogical Information,” Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library & Museum, <http://www.ford.utexas.edu/grf/genealog.asp>, Retrieved 6 September 2010.
3127. “Passmore Family History,” dated July 2010, in two parts totaling 73 pages, with photos, From Anonymous email dated September 2, 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Anonymous indicates data for this history was compiled by a collection of Passmore relatives who meet each year in Pennsylvania for a family reunion, p. 20.
3128. “Ancestry.com Passmore Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://Boards.Ancestry.Com/Surnames.Passmore>, mdaugh4439 (Marcia Daugherty), posted 9 Nov 2000 & 2 Feb 2002.
3129. Ibid. mdaugh4439 (Marcia Daugherty), posted 24 Jul 2001.
3130. “Descendants of Nathaniel Lines,” Includes many U.S. Census Extractions, Eight generations, 233 pages, From Colleen (Laird) Graham email dated 4 March 2010, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 222.
3131. E-Mail: Marie (Platt) Post, Towanda, Pennsylvania, <mariep1@epix.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 28 April 2011, “Re: William H Dean,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, provided birth place.
3132. Ibid.
3133. E-Mail: Elizabeth Rogers, to Richard Lee Gleason, 31 August 2010, “It’s Bette & Harley,” privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Note: There is no Troutville in Jefferson county, PA. Only in Clearfield county.
3134. “Ancestry.com Lines Message Board Extractions,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.lines>, Marie Platt Post, posted 27 Nov 2009.
3135. “Genealogy.com Peoples Family Genealogy Forum,” Extracted by Richard Lee Gleason, <http://genforum.genealogy.com/peoples/>, Inferred from his wife’s name. See Marie Platt Post, posted December 2, 2008.
3136. 1930 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Lawrence Township, enumeration district 17-49, p. 20B, digital image, footnote.com, (http://www.footnote.com : retrieved 10 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, T626, provided birth place.
3137. 1930 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Lawrence Township, enumeration district 17-49, p. 21A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.footnote.com : retrieved 10 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, T626.
3138. “Veihdeffer Family Birthdays,” The Children of Fred and Virginia (Shubert) Veihdeffer, From Vickie Stephens email dated 24 March 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason at rixxmail gmail account, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Vickie is a granddaughter of Fred and Virginia Veihdeffer, “Jr.”.
3139. Undocumented Information provided by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. place of birth?
3140. Ibid. place of death?
3141. “Veihdeffer Family Birthdays,” The Children of Fred and Virginia (Shubert) Veihdeffer, From Vickie Stephens email dated 24 March 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason at rixxmail gmail account, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Vickie is a granddaughter of Fred and Virginia Veihdeffer, death date.
3142. Ibid. provided maiden name.
3144. Ibid. see her husband’s notes/obituary.
3145. Ibid. Regis’ entry.
3146. “Veihdeffer Family Birthdays,” The Children of Fred and Virginia (Shubert) Veihdeffer, From Vickie Stephens email dated 24 March 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason at rixxmail gmail account, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Vickie is a granddaughter of Fred and Virginia Veihdeffer, identified as “Kathryn”.
3147. 1930 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Lawrence Township, enumeration district 17-49, p. 20B, digital image, footnote.com, (http://www.footnote.com : retrieved 10 March 2011), citing National Archives and Records Administration, T626, provided birth place, identified as “Catherine”.
3148. Ibid. identified as “Catherine”.
3149. Veihdeffer, Kenneth D., obituary from an outdated source. <http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/2300>, originally retrieved 13 February 2009. identified as “Katherine”.
3150. “Veihdeffer Family Birthdays,” The Children of Fred and Virginia (Shubert) Veihdeffer, From Vickie Stephens email dated 24 March 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason at rixxmail gmail account, privately held by Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Vickie is a granddaughter of Fred and Virginia Veihdeffer, provided first name.
3151. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, Lora Kennison page.
3152. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Isaac’s Memorial #66361650.
3153. Ibid. Louisa’s Memorial #45665867.
3154. Ibid. Public message from Claire [Lawhead] (Contributor #48238338) on Beulah’s (Contributor #46571145), profile page, dated 16 March 2016.
3155. History of Clearfield Co. From It’s Incorporation to the Present Time, written and compiled by Local Historians, Matt Savage, 1897, “Re-assembled from multiple sources” by Diane Yager, 2010, email dated 23 April 2011, to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, P. 14.
3156. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Hugh’s Memorial #45665143.
3157. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by James Howard Ingram (1930-2016), of Montgomery, Alabama, <jing1447@bellsouth.net>, to his first cousin Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. James is Robert's half-brother.
3158. Ibid. James is her husband Robert's half-brother.
3159. Facebook, <http://www.facebook.com/>, message Lill sent on 29 July 2011.
3160. Ibid. Shana’s Facebook page.
3161. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See Wikipedia.
3162. E-Mail: Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, PA, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Dated 29 May 2009. Karen is Patrick’s mother.
3163. E-Mail: Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, Pennsylvania, <katy111@verizon.net>, to Richard Lee Gleason, 31 March 2011, “Re: Questions,” privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
3164. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> G. Sykes reference attributed to: V.D.M. Book 10, page 109, Allegany County MD marriage license.
3165. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., See <http:&|;&|;en.wikipedia.org&|;wiki&|;Woodrow_Wilson> and <..&|;wiki&|;United_States_presidential_election,_1912>, accessed 2010-10-15.
3166. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, William’s Memorial # 3084808.
3167. E-Mail: Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, PA, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Dated 29 May 2009.
3168. Marriage Declaration (Partial document), Nancy Wertz (1836) to Elias Hook (1840). Unknown date. Signed by Valentine Wertz and his wife "Lousy" Wertz by her mark. Provided by Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, Pennsylvania <katy111@verizon.net>, 2009 and in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
3169. E-Mail: Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, PA, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Dated 20 May 2009.
3170. “Torrance State Hospital,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torrance_State_Hospital>, Retrieved 13 January 2016.
3171. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Amelia’s Memorial # 142843081.
3172. Ibid. Anna’s Memorial # 113979988.
3173. Ibid. Wife Anna’s Obituary Memorial # 113979988.
3174. Ibid. Sister Anna’s Obituary Memorial # 113979988.
3175. Ibid. Jeremiah’s Memorial # 15868972 (Complete birth date).
3176. Ibid. Jeremiah’s Memorial # 15868972.
3177. Ibid. Chauncey’s Memorial # 92561619 (Differing birth date, middle initial). Same Person?
3178. Ibid. Chauncey’s Memorial # 92561619 (Differing birth date) Same Person?
3179. Ancestry.com Bedford - Family History & Genealogy Message Board, “Helmick, Chauncey C 1900-1957 Obituary,” Submitted by tmcguire64, 27 December 2001, <http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa....bedford/6321/mb.ashx>, Retrieved 16 January 2016.
3180. “Wertz, Nicholas (1783-1875) Descendants,” Gedcom file, adding 731 unique new names, submitted by Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, Pennsylvania, <katy111@verizon.net>, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 27 May 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Has Amanda as a Boor but incorrectly as a child of William (1868-1956) and Anna (Hook) Boor.
3181. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Amanda’s Memorial # 92561620 (Identified as Amanda I Hedrick).
3182. Ibid. Charles’ Memorial # 62223793.
3183. Ibid. George’s Memorial # 18032934 (Never Married).
3184. Ibid. William’s Memorial # 62223818.
3185. Ibid. Lucinda’s Memorial # 17812646.
3186. “Wertz, Nicholas (1783-1875) Descendants,” Gedcom file, adding 731 unique new names, submitted by Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, Pennsylvania, <katy111@verizon.net>, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 27 May 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, [Daughter].
3187. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Ella’s Memorial # 59492569.
3188. Ibid. From his wife Ella’s Memorial # 59492569.
3189. Ibid. Effie’s Memorial # 59492629.
3190. Ibid. Howard’s Memorial # 59492711.
3191. Ibid. Harry’s Memorial # 18032946.
3192. Ibid. William’s Memorial # 67195117 (Cemetery).
3193. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Retrieved 14 Oct 2010, See <http:&|;&|;www.cardcow.com&|;272913&|;plant-celanese-corporation-america-cumberland-maryland&|;>.
3194. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Daisy’s Memorial # 17812710.
3195. Ibid. Jasper’s Memorial # 18032919 (Birth day and month).
3196. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See her mother Mary Ann Wertz' notes.
3197. E-Mail: Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, PA, to Richard Lee Gleason, privately held by Gleason, <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, Dated May 27, 2009.
3198. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Jerry Miller, <tanker06@aol.com> to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. indicated middle name “William” citing his obituary in the Cumberland Evening Times.
3199. “Wertz, Nicholas (1783-1875) Descendants,” Gedcom file, adding 731 unique new names, submitted by Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, Pennsylvania, <katy111@verizon.net>, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 27 May 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, “Valentine WILLARD Wertz”.
3200. Undocumented Information provided by Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. must have been the 1930 census.
3201. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Jerry Miller, <tanker06@aol.com> to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. indicated middle name “Arnold” citing his obituary in the Cumberland-Times.
3202. “Wertz, Nicholas (1783-1875) Descendants,” Gedcom file, adding 731 unique new names, submitted by Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, Pennsylvania, <katy111@verizon.net>, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 27 May 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, indicated middle name “Amos”.
3203. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See Lewis Hartswick email (a PS to the former” dated Oct 2, 2010 and 17 Sep 2010.
3204. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Jerry Miller, <tanker06@aol.com> to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. indicated name “Norma Rinker” citing husband’s obituary in the Cumberland-Times.
3205. “Wertz, Nicholas (1783-1875) Descendants,” Gedcom file, adding 731 unique new names, submitted by Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, Pennsylvania, <katy111@verizon.net>, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 27 May 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, “Irma”.
3206. Personal knowledge of, or data provided by Jerry Miller, <tanker06@aol.com> to Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>. second wife citing husband Floyd’s obituary in the Cumberland-Times.
3207. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Percy’s Memorial # 111698594.
3208. Ibid. Nellie’s Memorial # 111698603.
3209. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> See her mother Mary Ann Wertz' notes.
3210. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Henry’s Memorial # 93192479.
3211. Ibid. William’s Memorial # 62222424.
3212. Ibid. Anna’s Memorial # 62222449 (Birth Date).
3213. “Wertz, Nicholas (1783-1875) Descendants,” Gedcom file, adding 731 unique new names, submitted by Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, Pennsylvania, <katy111@verizon.net>, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 27 May 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, (Birth Place).
3214. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Anna’s Memorial # 62222449 (Death Date).
3215. “Wertz, Nicholas (1783-1875) Descendants,” Gedcom file, adding 731 unique new names, submitted by Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, Pennsylvania, <katy111@verizon.net>, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 27 May 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, 9Death Place).
3216. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Retrieved 14 Oct 2010: <http:&|;&|;www.topozone.com&|;map.asp?lon=-78.6630731&lat=39.7767523&datum=nad83>.
3217. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Harry’s Memorial # 88472078.
3218. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> “Gertrude”, private message via Ancestry.com account from Maggie Mesiczka, dated 11 March 2011.
3219. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Thomas’ Memorial # 59492032.
3220. “Wertz, Nicholas (1783-1875) Descendants,” Gedcom file, adding 731 unique new names, submitted by Karen (Hook) Peto, West Newton, Pennsylvania, <katy111@verizon.net>, via email to Richard Lee Gleason, 27 May 2009 <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, (Place of birth).
3221. FindaGrave.com, <http://www.findagrave.com/>, Christian’s Memorial # 59492061.
3222. “The Journal,” The Raftsman’s Journal, Clearfield, PA, June 2, 1858, p. 3, Col. 1, <http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov>, See article in notes (Middle Initial).
3223. Ibid.
3224. Photo: Lines, Raymond Edward (1916) with his mother Marie Schwartz and half-brother Johnny, taken in Pittsburgh, PA. Provided by Gloria (Susek) Peters, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, <gspeters2@aol.com> and in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>.
3225. 1910 U.S. Census, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pike Township, Curwensville Precinct, enumeration district 98, p. 10A, digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : retrieved 20 February 2011), citing the National Archives.
3226. Swoope, Roland D., Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL, Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co., 1911, p. 402, “Fanny”.
3227. “Stevens Family Tree,” This tree encompasses the Helliers and the Passmore families on the site owner’s side of the family. Other names include: Hill, McKee, Hurd, Bloom, White, Spaid, Sinquet, and Strong, Wendy D. (Hellier) Stevens, site owner, Jarretsville, Maryland, <stevenswendy94@yahoo.com>, Ancestry.com and its subsidiaries, Copyright © 1998-2011, <http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5359691>, “Fannie”.
3228. Curwensville, PA 150th Anniversary (1799-1949), Published for the Curwensville Sesqui-Centennial, July 3rd to 8th, 1949, 177 pages, Scanned version at: <http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/clearfield/1picts/c...curwensville-150.htm>, p. 54.
3229. Rickard, Julie Rae, Around Curwensville (Images of America), pages shown at this link are limited, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2007, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 14.
3230. Rickard, Julie Rae, Clearfield County (Images of America), only pages 1-31 are found at this site, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth NH; San Francisco, CA, Arcadia Publishing, 2003, reprinted 2004, digitized by Google, published on the Internet at <http://books.google.com/books>, p. 19.
3231. Citation to be created. <RickGleason@Gmail.com> Retrieved 2010-10-20, see <http:&|;&|;www.pagenweb.org&|;~clearfield&|;cemeteries&|;lumbercity-penn.htm>.
3232. “Descendants of George C Passmore and Elizabeth Bowman Pinter for Gloria Bowman Pinter,” PDF Document provided by Anonymous, email dated 31 December 2015, to Richard Lee Gleason, in possession of Richard Lee Gleason <ricksgenealogy@gmail.com>, p. 22 containing sister Matilda’s obituary, Clearfield Progress. Friday March 28, 1947.
3233. Vital Record: “Death Registration Book (1893-1905),” Using digital