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Descendants of William Archibald

  Generation No. 1 

1.  WILLIAM1 ARCHIBALD was born Abt. 1775.  He married MARGARET YUILL August 18, 1797 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland, daughter of JOHN YUILL and JANET URE.  She was born November 03, 1776 in Port of Monteith, Perthshire, Scotland.

Children of WILLIAM ARCHIBALD and MARGARET YUILL are:

              i.     JANET2 ARCHIBALD, b. June 21, 1798, Port of Monteith, Perth, Scotland.

              ii.     JEAN ARCHIBALD, b. September 08, 1799, Port of Monteith, Perthshire, Scotland.

             iii.     JOHN ARCHIBALD, b. June 03, 1801, Port of Monteith, Perthshire, Scotland.

2.          iv.     WILLIAM ARCHIBALD, b. January 27, 1804, Port of Monteith, Perthshire, Scotland; d. January 11, 1860, Kelvinhead, Kilsyth, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

             v.     DAVID ARCHIBALD, b. December 24, 1805, Port of Monteith, Perthshire, Scotland.

             vi.     JAMES ARCHIBALD, b. February 01, 1808, Port of Monteith, Perthshire, Scotland.

       vii.     THOMAS ARCHIBALD, b. December 14, 1809, Port of Monteith, Perthshire, Scotland; d. Kilsyth , Stirlingshire, Scotland.

           viii.     AGNES ARCHIBALD, b. November 16, 1813, Port of Monteith, Perth, Scotland; d. November 24, 1890, Hullett, Ontario, Canada.

             ix.     ROBERT ARCHIBALD, b. November 14, 1815, Port of Monteith, Perthshire, Scotland.

             x.     ELIZABETH ARCHIBALD, b. November 11, 1817, Port of Monteith, Perthshire, Scotland.

             xi.     ANDREW ARCHIBALD, b. May 28, 1821, Port of Monteith, Perthshire, Scotland; m. ALICE RATCLIFFE; b. 1830, England.

 

  Generation No. 2  unknownarch1.jpg (110042 bytes)

2.  WILLIAM2 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM1) was born January 27, 1804 in Port of Monteith,  Perthshire, Scotland, and died January 11, 1860 in Kelvinhead, Kilsyth, Stirlingshire, Scotland.  He married MARGARET WOOD, daughter of UNKNOWN WOOD and ISABELLA.  She was born 1806 in Linlithgow and died August 03, 1876 in Combination Poorhouse, Stirling, Scotland.

 

  1841 Census, Kilsyth, Stirlingshire:   William Archibald, 35; Margaret, 35; and William, 15 - all state they were born in County Stirling.

  1851 Census, Kelvinhouse, Kilsyth, Stirlingshire:   William Archibald, 46, Corter and spirit dealer, born in Perth Port; wife Margaret, 45, born in Linlithgow.  Also in the household are nephews Robert Smith, 14; William Smith, 12; Alexander Smith, 10; and Isabella Wood, 71, visitor. (The Smith children are the sons of William's sister, Agnes Archibald Smith.)

  From the death record of William Archibald:   William Archibald, miner and publican, married.   Died:  1860, January 11, about 9 AM, Kelvinhead, Kilsyth   Age:  About 56   Parents:  William Archibald, spirit dealer, deceased; Margaret Archibald, maiden name Yuille, deceased.   Cause of Death:  Injuries on and about the head from burning ???????; the burning being caused by his accidentally falling in the fire four or five hours before his death.   Burial:  Parish churchyard of Kilsyth as certified by William Heney, Sexton.   Registered on the information of Robert S??ce Pr???iscal

Burial: Kilsyth Churchyard, Stirlingshire, Scotland

 

Notes for MARGARET WOOD:

From the death record of Margaret Archibald:   Margaret Archibald, 72 years old, widow of Thomas (sic) Archibald, labourer, died at the Combination Poorhouse at Stirling on August 3, 1876.   Cause of Death:  Paralysis, 1 year. Father:  ------------ Wood   Mother:  Not listed

     

Child of WILLIAM ARCHIBALD and MARGARET WOOD is:

5.            i.     WILLIAM3 ARCHIBALD, b. October 24, 1824, Kilsyth, Stirlingshire, Scotland; d. April 14, 1889, Houtzdale, Clearfield County, PA.

                   (The information above this point was added on September 5, 2004.  Generation numbering below will not be accurate due to the new information.)

  Generation No. 3

 

theoldhouseincumernuld.jpg (60071 bytes)5. WILLIAM2 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM1) was born October 24, 1824  in Kilsyth, Stirlingshire, Scotland, and died April 14, 1889 in Houtzdale, Clearfield Co, PA. He married GRACE (GRIZEL) RENNIE December 30, 1851 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland, daughter of JOHN RENNIE and AGNES WILSON. She was born October 12, 1831 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland, and died July 25, 1913 in Leechburg, PA.

The picture is labeled "The old house in Cumbernauld".  

The Archibald family, with the exception of the two oldest sons, came to the US on the SS Anglia from Glasgow Scotland and arrived at the port of New York on May 13, 1873. Listed are: Wm. Archibald, 45, a miner; Grace, 40; Jas., 13; Agnes, 10; Tom, 8; Eliza, 6; David (?- middle initial not readable), 4; Charles, 2.   The earliest information I found about them in the US is from the 1880 Census for Arnot, Blossburg Twp. Tioga County, PA. My great-grandmother, Grace Archibald, was the youngest child and the only one that was born in the US. 

Census Place:        Arnot, Tioga, Pennsylvania

        Source:        FHL Film 1255197 National Archives Film T9-1197     Page 16C    

      

William ASCHABELD        Self M        M    W        56    SCO

        Occ:        Miner        Fa: SCO        Mo: SCO

Grace ASCHABELD        Wife        F      M        W    49        SCO

        Occ:        K. House        Fa: SCO        Mo: SCO

James ASCHABELD        Son M        S      W        23    SCO

        Occ:        Miner        Fa: SCO        Mo: SCO

Thomas ASCHABELD        Son M        S      W        18    SCO

        Occ:        Miner        Fa: SCO        Mo: SCO

Elisabeth ASCHABELD        Dau F        S      W        14    SCO

        Occ:        House Work        Fa: SCO        Mo: SCO

David ASCHABELD        Son M        S      W        13    SCO

        Occ:        Miner        Fa: SCO        Mo: SCO

Charles ASCHABELD        Son M        S      W        10    SCO

        Occ:        Miner        Fa: SCO        Mo: SCO

Grace ASCHABELD        Dau F        S      W        6      PA

                                                Fa: SCO                Mo: SCO

 

(The picture to the right is William and Grace, taken in Glasgow, Scotland)WmGraceArchibald.JPG (81705 bytes)

Later the family moved to Houtzdale, Clearfield County, PA. After her husband, William Archibald died, Grace (Grizel) moved to Leechburg to live with John H. Tippett and his wife Grace Archibald.

Notes for William Archibald:

From:  Jordan's Genealogical and Personal History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania, Vol. I & II

Author: John W. Jordan

Publisher: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, New York

Published: 1914; 1128 pages; 167 illustrations

 

     "Two generations of the Archibald family of Scotland have made Pennsylvania their home and have there contributed to the growth and development of the regions in which they settled.  One of the heritages that William Archibald received from his ancestors, whose home had ever been in Scotland, was a physique of unusual strength and fullness of vigor.  Because of his exceptional size and manly, handsome bearing he was chosen a member of the Queen's Life Guards, an organization that was the Queen’s private charge, composed of the strongest and most perfectly developed soldiers in the land.  Even among that band of physically perfect men, Mr. Archibald was a conspicuous figure, his six feet four inches of height raising him half a head above most of his comrades.  Physical prowess is not, of course, an attribute for which one is entirely responsible, but the possession of such strength and power and the commanding position it gives among men as human beings is indeed gratifying.  After completing his military service, Mrs. Archibald was for a time employed in the mines of his native country, and in 1872 came to the United States, locating at Arnot, Tioga county, Pennsylvania.  After fifteen years' residence in that locality he moved to Clearfield county and there lived until his death in 1888.  He was a member of the Presbyterian faith, as was his wife, and supported the Republican party.

     Mr. Archibald married, in Scotland, Grace Rainey.  Children 1.  William, a coal miner of Houtzdale, Pennsylvania.  2. John, deceased.  3.  Agnes, married James, Steele, and lives in Duquesne, Pennsylvania.  4.  James, deceased.  5.  Thomas, a resident of Duquesne, Pennsylvania.  6.  Elizabeth, married Henry Peden, and lives at Duquesne, Pennsylvania.  7.  David, of whom further.  8, Charles, a resident of Massillon, Ohio.  9.  Grace, married John Tippit, and lives at Leechburg, Pennsylvania." - continued with information for David Archibald.    

 

Children of WILLIAM ARCHIBALD and GRACE RENNIE are:

6. i. WILLIAM3 ARCHIBALD, b. December 29, 1852, Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland; d. Abt. 1914, Houtzdale, Clearfield Co, PA.

unknownarch2.jpg (30977 bytes)7. ii. JOHN R. ARCHIBALD, b. December 24, 1854, Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland; d. 1901, Brackenridge, Pennsylvania.

8. iii. JAMES ARCHIBALD, b. May 05, 1857, Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland.  James died about 1895 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, PA.

(The picture above has no identification but is thought to be either John or James Archibald.)

9. iv. AGNES ARCHIBALD, b. August 12, 1859, Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland; d. Duquesne, Allegheny Co, PA.

10. v. THOMAS ARCHIBALD, b. August 14, 1862, Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland; d. Duquesne, Allegheny Co, PA.

11. vi. ELIZABETH ARCHIBALD, b. July 14, 1865, Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland; d. Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

12. vii. DAVID ARCHIBALD, b. December 16, 1867, Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland.

13. viii. CHARLES ARCHIBALD, b. August 01, 1870, Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland; d. Massillon, Ohio.

14. ix. GRACE ARCHIBALD, b. May 27, 1874, Arnot, PA; d. July 18, 1955, Gilpin Township, Leechburg, PA.

 

 

  Generation No. 4 

 

WillBelleKids.jpg (39264 bytes)6. WILLIAM3 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born December 29, 1852 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland, and died March 23, 1914 in Houtzdale, Clearfield Co, PA. He married ISABELLA PEDEN December 6, 1877 in Blossburg, Tioga County, PA.  Isabella was the daughter of JOHN PEDEN and AGNES BROWN. She was born September 07, 1856 in Gladsmuir, East Lothian, Scotland and died September 12, 1936 in Barnesboro, PA.  She came to the US from Scotland aboard the Columbia on December 12, 1871 with her widowed mother, Agnes and her brothers and sisters.

1880 Census: Place Arnot, Tioga, Pennsylvania

  Family History Library Film   1255197

  NA Film Number   T9-1197

  Page Number   17B  

  Willeam ARCHABALD   Self   27   SCO   Miner  

 Jslella ARCHABALD   Wife     23   SCO   K. House  

 Agnes ARCHABALD   Dau      2   SCO     

 Grace ARCHABALD    Dau    5M   SCO     

 Gust ANGASON   Other         40   SWEDEN    

In the 1900 Census, William is employed as a coal miner. He and Isabelle have had 8 children, all of which were living.

From 1910 PA census:

William Archibald

  Age: 57 State: PA

  Color: W Enumeration District: 0105

  Birth Place: Scotland 

  County:  Clearfield

  Relation:  Head of Household

  Other Residents: Wife Bella 54, Scotland

Daughter Grace 29, Pennsylvania

Daughter May 19, Pennsylvania

Daughter Henreitta 15, Pennsylvania

Daughter Robina 11, Pennsylvania

 

In the 1930 Census, Isabelle and Robena are living alone on West Hannah Street, Woodward Township, Clearfield County, PA.  Robena is a bookkeeper at a bank.

 

More About WILLIAM ARCHIBALD:

Burial: Brisbin Cemetery, Brisbin, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania

 

Notes for ISABELLA PEDEN:

Clearfield Progress (Clearfield, Pennsylvania) September 22, 1936

     After a lingering illness, Mrs. Isabella Peden Archibald, aged 80 years died at the home of her daughter at Barnesboro on Saturday, September 12.  She was born in Scotland on September 7, 1856.

     In 1877 she was united in marriage with William Archibald, and seven children were born to them, namely, Agnes, Belle, Lizzie, Henrietta, Ravena, Mae and William.  Mr. Archibald passed away in 1914 and Mae died about three years ago.  Besides the children, Mrs. Archibald is survived by a brother, Henry Peden of Duquesne. 

   Funeral services were held Tuesday from the George Dahlin home at West Houtzdale.  Rev. H. J. Sutton, Primitive Methodist pastor was in charge, Rev. McCloskey, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Barnesboro, offered prayer and had commital to the grave.  Interment was made in the Brisbin Cemetery. 

 

Marriage Notes for WILLIAM ARCHIBALD and ISABELLA PEDEN:

From Newspaper Records from Tioga County PA, Volume 4 -  Abstracted by Ruth Wetherbee, Julia Wetherbee, Rhoda ENGLISH Ladd, William A. Ladd.

  1877 13-Dec.   Archibald, Mr. William Married - At Blossburg, Dec. 6, 1877, by Rev. E.L. Millis, Mr. William Archibald and Miss Isabella Peden, of Arnot.

 

 

GraceLizBelAgnes.jpg (17876 bytes)Children of WILLIAM ARCHIBALD and ISABELLA PEDEN are:

15. i. AGNES4 ARCHIBALD, b. September 17, 1878, Tioga Co, PA; d. April 30, 1952, Leechburg, PA.

               ii. GRACE ARCHIBALD, b. June 1880, Arnot, Tioga County, Pennsylvania; d. September 09, 1960, West Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania; m. (1) ROBERT W. HUTCHINSON, August 13, 1911, Houtzdale, Clearfield County, PA; b. 1871; m. (2) JAMES HUNTER, Aft. 1930.

  Notes for GRACE ARCHIBALD:

1900 census, Woodward Township, West Houtzdale:  Grace is living in the home of Margaret and (Johnathon Hutchinson) - employed as a servant.

1910 census, Clearfield County Pa, Grace is 29, Living with parents, single.

In the 1920 and 1930 Censuses, Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Grace Hutchinson, divorced, is a servant in the home of John McGrath.  (Robert W., her ex-husband, in the 1920 census, is living with his father, Johnathan, and lists himself as widowed.)

 

Obit from the "Clearfield Progress"

     Mrs. Grace Archibald Hunter, 80, a resident of West Houtzdale, died in the home of a sister at 10 a.m. yesterday, following a long illness.  She was born in Arnot, Tioga County, Jan. 6, 1880, a daughter of William and Isabella Peden Archibald and lived in the Houtzdale area for many years.  She was a life-long member of the Presbyterian Church.  Surviving are her three sisters:  Mrs. William Rounsley, Barnesboro; Mrs. Paul Paulson and Miss Robena Archibald, Houtzdale; and a brother, William, Houtzdale.  Preceding her in death were her husband, James Hunter, and three sisters. 

    Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Freeberg Funeral Home, the Rev. B. L. Murphy officiating.  Interment will be at the IOOF Cemetery, Brisbin.

  More About GRACE ARCHIBALD:

Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Brisbin, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania

  Marriage Notes for GRACE ARCHIBALD and ROBERT HUTCHINSON:

The marriage license of Grace and Robert states that Robert was widowed on July 8, 1910.  The marriage of Grace and Robert ended in divorce.  In the 1930 census, Grace Hutchinson, 50, is divorced and working as a servant in the home of John McGrath.  Robert Hutchinson is living with his son Jonathan and is listed as widowed.

16. iii. ISABEL ARCHIBALD, b. 1882.

17. iv. ELIZABETH ARCHIBALD, b. April 1883, Pennsylvania.

18. v. MARY ARCHIBALD, b. September 1890.

19. vi. WILLIAM ARCHIBALD, b. August 20, 1892; d. February 1971, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; m. MATILDA CRAGO, daughter of Amelia Abram and James Crago; b. 1895, d. 1960.

 

Notes for WILLIAM ARCHIBALD:

1920 Pa census, West Houtzdale: William is listed as head of household, single, living with mother and sisters Henrietta and Robena. William works at the coal mine, Henrietta as a saleswoman and Robena is a bookkeeper at the Coal Company.

 

20. vii. HENRIETTA ARCHIBALD, b. August 1894; m. PAUL PAULSON.

viii. ROBENA ARCHIBALD, b. April 18, 1898; d. December 1985, Houtzdale, Clearfield Co, PA.

Notes for ROBENA ARCHIBALD:

"Clearfield Progress"  Wednesday, April 21, 1937 Clearfield, Pennsylvania

     The Syobon Club had a covered dish supper at the home of George Dahlin on Tuesday, April 13th, in honor of Robena Archibald's birthday.

 

 "Progress"  Tuesday, June 02, 1970 Clearfield, Pennsylvania      

     Miss Robena Archibald, employee of the Eureka Stores, enjoyed a week's vacation in West Virginia and various places.

 

 

7. JOHN R.3 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born December 24, 1854 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland, and died 1901 in Brackenridge, Pennsylvania. He married SUSAN GRANT March 26, 1873 in the First Presbyterian Church, Arnot, Tioga County, PA.  She was born July 1855 in Scotland, and died October 17, 1917 in Brackenridge, Pennsylvania.

 

Notes for JOHN R. ARCHIBALD:

1880 Census:

Census Place Arnot, Tioga, Pennsylvania

  Family History Library Film   1255197

  NA Film Number   T9-1197

  Page Number   13B 

Household:

Wm. ACXHALALD    Self   M   Male   W   26   SCO   Miner  

 Susan ACXHALALD   Wife   M   Female   W   25   SCO   K. House  

Grace ACXHALALD   Dau   S   Female   W   6   PA        

 Susan ACXHALALD   Dau   S   Female   W   6   PA     

William ACXHALALD   Son   S   Male   W   4   PA     

Hellen ACXHALALD   Dau   S   Female   W   3   PA     

John ADAMS   Other   S   Male   W   24   SCO   Miner  

 John MILLIE   Other   S   Male   W   24   SCO   Miner  

 Alex LAIRD   Other   M   Male   W   22   SCO   Miner  

John LENDRAY   Other   M   Male   W   25   SCO   Miner  

In the 1900 census, the family was living in Toby Township, Clarion County, Pa. John's occupation is listed as mine boss. John and Susan have had 12 children, 9 of which were still living. Also in the home are Charley Lichliter and Harry Corners.johnarch.jpg (149456 bytes)

More About JOHN R. ARCHIBALD:

Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Leechburg, PA

 

Notes for SUSAN GRANT:

1910 Census, Brackenridge, Allegheny County, PA:  Living on Brackenridge Avenue, Susan is widowed.  She has had 12 children; seven were living.   In the household are daughter, Margaret Coyle, 31 - she says she has been married for 6 years; Thomas Archibald, 20; Jennie, 18; Charlie, 16; Harry Archibald, 16, listed as adopted; Minnie Coyle, 4, grandchild; John Leightner, 34, son-in-law, listed as married, 14 years; and the following Leightners:  Susan, 12; Ella, 10; Henry, 7; and Elizabeth, 5.

 

Obituary from the Leechburg Advance, October 1917

     Mrs. Susan Archibald, widow of the late John Archibald died at her home in Brackenridge on October 17, 1917 aged 62 years.  Her remains were brought to Leechburg and taken in charge by undertaker Logan and Interment was made in Evergreen cemetery on Sabbath October 21, 1917.  Funeral services had been held at the home on Saturday evening.  The Archibald family formerly lived in Leechburg.

 

More About SUSAN GRANT:

Burial: October 21, 1917, Evergreen Cemetery, Leechburg, PA

 

Marriage Notes for JOHN ARCHIBALD and SUSAN GRANT:

MARRIAGES AT THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AT ARNOT

1873 26-Mar   John ARCHIBALD   Susan GRANT  

 

Children of JOHN ARCHIBALD and SUSAN GRANT are:

                 i.   GRACE5  ARCHIBALD,  b. 1874; m. LESTER MAHONY.

21.            ii.  SUSAN ARCHIBALD, b. 1874; d. Abt. 1906.

22.            iii.       WILLIAM G. ARCHIBALD, b. November 03, 1877.

23.            iv.       ELLEN L. ARCHIBALD, b. 1878.

                 v.       JAMES ARCHIBALD, b. 1882; d. 1903.

 

More About JAMES ARCHIBALD:

Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Leechburg, PA

 

24.            vi.       ELIZABETH ARCHIBALD, b. August 20, 1886, Clearfield County, PA.

25.           vii.       MARGARET ARCHIBALD, b. September 28, 1888, Clearfield County, PA.

26.          viii.       THOMAS ARCHIBALD, b. February 22, 1889.

27.            ix.       JEAN (JENNIE) ARCHIBALD, b. March 31, 1891; d. September 15, 1966, Brackenridge, Pennsylvania.

                  x.       DAVID ARCHIBALD, b. 1893; d. 1897.

 

More About DAVID ARCHIBALD:

Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Leechburg, PA

 

28.             xi.       CHARLES ARCHIBALD, b. December 14, 1893, Leechburg, Armstrong County, PA; d. November 1973, Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania.

                 xii.       HARRY ARCHIBALD, b. February 02, 1894.

 

Notes for HARRY ARCHIBALD:

WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18  Pennsylvania, Allegheny County

 Harry is living in Brackenridge, is single and lists his next of kin as his mother.  He was born in Carnegie, PA.  He is of medium height and build, with blue eyes and red hair.  He is employed by West Penn Steel Company

 

8. JAMES3 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born May 05, 1857 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland and died about 1895 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, PA.

9. AGNES4 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born August 12, 1859 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland, and died in Duquesne, Allegheny Co, PA.  She married JAMES STEELE May 26, 1880 in Tioga County, Pennsylvania.  He was born March 1853, and died Bef. 1910.

 

Notes for AGNES ARCHIBALD:

1910 Federal Census:

 

Agness Steele

  Age: 30 State: PA

  Color: W Enumeration District: 0056

  Birth Place: Scotland Visit: 0253

  County:  Allegheny

  Relation:  Head of Household

  Other Residents: Son James 22, Pennsylvania

Daughter Sadie 18, Pennsylvania

Daughter Bessie 16, Pennsylvania

Son David 12, Pennsylvania

 

The family is living at Priscilla Ave. in Duquesne.  James is a helper at a steel mill and Sadie works as a stenographer for an architect.

 

Notes for JAMES STEELE:

New York Passenger Lists, 1851-1891

 Name:    James Steel

Arrival Date:    22 May 1871 

Age:    21 

Gender:    Male 

Port of Departure:    Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland 

Destination:    United States of America 

Place of Origin:    England 

Ship Name:    City Of Brussels 

Port of Arrival:    New York 

Line:    11 

Microfilm Roll:    343 

List Number:    430 

 

____________________________________________________________________

ABSTRACTS OF NATURALIZATION RECORDS ,TIOGA COUNTY COURTHOUSE

Wellsboro, Pa.

 

STEELE, James; age 24; born in Ireland; arrived at New York in May 1871; settled in Blossburg; renounced the Queen of Great Britain; declaration made 24 November 1874.

__________________________________________________________________

1900 Census, Woodward Township, Clearfield County:  James is employed as a coal laborer.  He was born in Ireland and came to US in 1871.  His parents were born in Scotland.  James and Agnes have had 9 children, all of which were living.

 

Marriage Notes for AGNES ARCHIBALD and JAMES STEELE:

Mansfield Advertiser 1880 to 82

from Tioga County Newspaper Records Volume FIVE

 

1880 26-May  Archibald, ______ m. James Steel & ______Archibald by Rev. J. Daisley

 

Children of AGNES ARCHIBALD and JAMES STEELE are:

i. MARY4 STEELE, b. June 1883, Pennsylvania; m. WILLIAM H. WILLIAMSON; b. 1878, Pennsylvania.

ii. WILLIAM STEELE, b. April 1885; m. CAROLINE BAILEY.

iii. JAMES STEELE, b. July 1888; m. FREDERIKA STARKE.

iv. THOMAS STEELE, b. May 1889; m. ETHEL WILLIAMS.

v. SARAH STEELE, b. May 1891; m. ROBERT WESTERBERG.

vi. BESSIE STEELE, b. December 05, 1893; d. July 1972, McKeesport, Pennsylvania; m. ROSS CAUSER.

vii. DAVID STEELE, b. March 1898; m. CORRINE EDWARDS.

viii. GRACE STEELE, m. M.A. WILSON.

ix. JOHN STEELE.

 

10. THOMAS3 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born August 14, 1862 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland, and died in Duquesne, Allegheny Co, PA. He married TomJohnHenry.jpg (95017 bytes) PHOEBE ELLEN ANDREWS about 1889. Phoebe was born April 24, 1859 in Lancashire, England.  She was the daughter of Charles and Mary Hayes Andrews.  They came to the US through the Port of New York on October 14, 1863 on the ship Virginia.  (The picture above is Tom Archibald, John Tippett and Henry Peden.

Notes for THOMAS ARCHIBALD:

1900 Census: Family is living on Fourth Street in Duquesne.

1910 Federal Census: Family is living in Duquesne Borough on South Fifth Street. Thomas and sons William and Charles are all employed as laborers in a steel mill. Thomas and Phoebe have had 5 children, 3 of which were living.

1920 Census:  Thomas, Phoebe, and 21-year-old daughter Mary are living on North Second St. in Duquesne.  Thomas' occupation is supply man at the steel mill.  Mary is a stenographer for a construction company.

 

Notes for PHOEBE ELLEN ANDREW:

FamilySearch International Genealogical Index (LDS):  Christening:  24 APR 1859   St Michael's, Ashton Under Lyne, Lancashire, England

 

 

Children of THOMAS ARCHIBALD and PHOEBE ANDREWS are:

TomPhoebe Children.jpg (65019 bytes)i. WILLIAM4 ARCHIBALD, b. April 1890.

ii. CHARLES ARCHIBALD, b. February 1892.

iii. MARY ARCHIBALD, b. January 1899

 

 

TippettArchibaldPeden.jpg (9875 bytes)11. ELIZABETH4 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born July 14, 1865 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland, and died in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.  She married HENRY STIRLING PEDEN Abt. 1884 in Pennsylvania, son of JOHN PEDEN and AGNES BROWN.  He was born April 15, 1861 in Newbattle, Midlothian, Scotland, and died in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

 

Notes for HENRY STIRLING PEDEN:

1900 Federal Census:  Duquesne, Allegheny County, PA.   The family is living on Viola St.  Henry came to the US in 1871; Agnes in 1872.  They have had 7 children, 5 of which were still living.

 

1910 Federal Census:

Herry Peden

  Age: 49 State: PA

  Color: W Enumeration District: 0056

  Birth Place: Scotland Visit: 0234

  County:  Allegheny

  Relation:  Head of Household

  Other Residents: Wife Elizabeth 44, Scotland

Son William 20, Pennsylvania

Son John 17, Pennsylvania

Son Archibald 14, Pennsylvania

Daughter Agness 12, Pennsylvania

Daughter Rena 08, Pennsylvania

 

Living in Duquesne, Henry and sons William and John all work at the steel mill.

 

 

1930 Census, Munhall, Allegheny County, PA:  Henry and Elizabeth are living alone.  They own their own home at West Virginia St.  Living next door is son Archibald and his wife Lucie.  Archibald is an engineer for the steam railway.

     

Children of ELIZABETH ARCHIBALD and HENRY PEDEN are:

              i.     GRACE5 PEDEN, b. February 1886.

              ii.     WILLIAM WILLARD PEDEN, b. December 25, 1889, Latrobe, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

 

Notes for WILLIAM WILLARD PEDEN:

World War I Draft Registration Card:

  William Willard Peden is living at Virginia Ave., Homestead Park, PA.  He is employed as a railroad brakeman.  He is single and states that he supports his father and mother.  He is of medium stature, medium build, with grey eyes and black hair.

 

             iii.     JOHN PEDEN, b. September 02, 1892, Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

 

Notes for JOHN PEDEN:

Wold War I Draft Registration Card:

    John Peden lives at Virginia Ave., Homestead Park, PA.  He is employed as a machinist at Homestead Steel Works in Munhall, PA.  He is single, tall and slender, with blue eyes and brown hair.

 

             iv.     ARCHIBALD ROY PEDEN, b. June 19, 1895, Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania; m. LUCY UNKNOWN.

 

Notes for ARCHIBALD ROY PEDEN:

World War I Draft Registration Cards:

   Archibald Roy Peden is living at Virginia Ave., Homestead Park, PA.  He is employed as a locomotive fireman for the Union Railroad in Duquesne.  He is single, tall, slender, with brown eyes and dark hair.

 

             v.     AGNES PEDEN, b. May 1897.

            vi.     RENA PEDEN, b. 1902.

 

12. DAVID3 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born December 16, 1867 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland. He married ANNIE E. POWELL, daughter of JOHN POWELL and MARY ANN. She was born May 16, 1871 in Johnstown, PA.

DavidCharlesArchibald.jpg (19088 bytes)(Picture to the left is David and Charles Archibald)

Notes for DAVID ARCHIBALD:

From the 1910 Federal Census:

David Archibald

Age: 43 State: PA

Color: W Enumeration District: 0027

Birth Place: Scotland

Visit: 0145

County: Beaver

Relation: Head of Household

Other Residents: Wife Annie E 38, Pennsylvania

Daughter Mary A 16, Pennsylvania

Son John D 15, Pennsylvania

Son David P 04, Pennsylvania

Son Robert J NR, Pennsylvania

 

 

From:  Jordan's Genealogical and Personal History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania, Vol. I & II

Author: John W. Jordan

Publisher: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, New York

Published: 1914; 1128 pages; 167 illustrations

 

    "David Archibald, fifth son and seventh child of William and Grace (Rainey) Archibald, was born near Glasgow, Scotland, December 16, 1867.  He was five years of age when his parents brought him to the United States, and he attended the public schools of Arnot, Pennsylvania.  When he was nine years of age he began to work in the mines and continued in that manner of employment until he was a young man.  He then learned the carpenter's trade near Pittsburgh and for a period of eight years was employed by the United States Steel Company as foreman at their Duquesne Works.  In 1905 he resigned his position with that company and came to what is now the town of Midland, then nothing but farm land, and for about two years was in charge of the construction work in the service of the Midland Steel Company.  At the end of that time he engaged in independent operations as general contractor and was awarded the contract for erecting many of the temporary buildings needed by the different companies then moving to Midland and later built those designed for permanent use.  For several years he was alone in his new field of endeavor and prospered greatly, having been connected with the construction of several hundred buildings.  He has ever since remained in the contracting business, and at the present time (1914) employs on an average ten men.  The success that has attended his business dealings has been attained through the sheer force of persevering determination and a definite determination to join the company of employers rather than to remain in the army of the employed.  Both he and his wife are members and regular attendants of the Presbyterian Church.  A Republican in political affiliation, he has served for four years as justice of the peace and also as a member of the borough council.

     Mr. Archibald married, September 1, 1892, Annie E., daughter of John and Mary Ann Powell, of Johnstown, Pennsylvania.  Children of David and Annie E. Archibald:  1. Mary, lives at home.  2. John, his father's assistant in business.  3.  David (2).  4.  Robert."

 

 

 

From the 1920 Census, Crawford St., Duquesne, Allegheny County, Pa:  Mary, David, Jr. and Robert are living at home. David is a carpenter in the steel works.  He states that he became a naturalized citizen in 1901.

 

 

1930 Census, Lakewood, Cuyahoga County, Ohio:  David and Anna E. Archibald are living on Chesterland St.  They own their own home, valued at $13,500.  Their daughter, son-on-law and grandson live with them:  J. Rudolph and Mary Johnson, and J. Rudolph, Jr.  David lists no occupation; J. Rudolph is a paper hanger/ interior decoration.  David states he came to the US in 1873.

 

Marriage Notes for DAVID ARCHIBALD and ANNA POWELL:

The marriage license application of David and Annie states that they were both residing in Braddock, PA at the time.

     

Children of DAVID ARCHIBALD and ANNA POWELL are:

35.          i.     MARY A.5 ARCHIBALD, b. 1894.

              ii.     JOHN D. ARCHIBALD, b. March 16, 1895, Braddock, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; d. January 30, 1977, Dade County, Florida.

 

Notes for JOHN D. ARCHIBALD:

Ohio Military Men, 1917-18

  John D Archibald 

John D. Archibald W  1652 Bulmer Ave., Cleveland, O.  Cleveland, O.  26 Nov 1917  Braddock, Pa.  22 9/12 Years 

1930 Census, Cleveland, Ohio:  Living at East 113th Street, John is renting his home for $42/mo.  He is employed as a machinist at a steel mill.  His wife is listed as Elle C.  Also in the home is 20-year-old Harold Fulmer, step-son, employed as a chemist at the steel mill.

 

             iii.     DAVID P. ARCHIBALD, b. March 21, 1906, East Liverpool, Ohio; d. July 28, 2001, Longwood, Orange County, Florida; m. GEORGINE M. UNKNOWN, 1929.

 

Notes for DAVID P. ARCHIBALD:

1930 Census, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio (Ward 10, Precinct K):  David and wife Georgine are renting their home; David is a machinist helper for the railroad.

 

             iv.     ROBERT J. ARCHIBALD, b. 1909.

 

  13. CHARLES3 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) CharlesArchibald.jpg (47917 bytes) was born August 01, 1870 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland, and died in Massillon, Ohio. He married ELLEN DAVIS. She was born 1866 in Pennsylvania.

Notes for CHARLES ARCHIBALD:

From the 1910 Federal Census:

Charles Archibald

  Age: 39 State: PA

  Color: W Enumeration District: 0027

  Birth Place: Scotland Visit: 0247

  County:  Allegheny, Braddock

  Relation:  Head of Household

  Other Residents: Wife Ellen 44, Pennsylvania

Daughter Mary E 15, Pennsylvania

Daughter Elenora 12, Pennsylvania

Daughter Margaret 09, Pennsylvania

Son Charles 07, Pennsylvania

Son William 03, Pennsylvania

1920 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Stark County, Ohio:  Charles and Ellen rent their home.  Charles is a merchant, plumbing/elec.  Son Charles is a plumber.

1930 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Stark County, Ohio:  At home on Second Street are Charles and wife Sarah E. and their sons Charles, 27, and William, 23.  Charles is a plumber; he owns his own shop.  He owns his home, valued at $4500.  Charles, Jr. is also a plumber; William is a college student.

  Children of CHARLES ARCHIBALD and ELLEN DAVIS are:

i. FLORENCE4 ARCHIBALD.

ii. MARY E. ARCHIBALD, b. 1895.

iii. ELENORA ARCHIBALD, b. 1898.

iv. LYDIA ARCHIBALD.

v. MARGARET ARCHIBALD, b. 1901.

vi. CHARLES ARCHIBALD, b. February 26, 1903; d. September 1968, Massillon, Stark County, Ohio.

vii. WILLIAM ARCHIBALD, b. 1907.

 

 

14. GRACE3 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born May 27, 1874 in Arnot, PA, and died July 18, 1955 in Gilpin Township, Leechburg, PA. She married JOHN H. TIPPETT September 22, 1892 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, PA, son of JOHN TIPPETT and ELIZABETH BRYANT. He was born June 17, 1872 in Pennsylvania, and died July 10, 1958 in Gilpin Township, Leechburg, PA.

GraceArchibaldTippett.jpg (29543 bytes)

More About GRACE ARCHIBALD:

Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Leechburg

 

From the 1910 Pennsylvania Census:  Family is living on Siberian Avenue in Leechburg. John is employed as a sheet heater at an Iron Mill.

Census Notes:

From the 1920 PA census:  John and family are living on Siberian Avenue in Leechburg. John owns his home. He and son William are employed at the mill. Agnes is employed as a telephone operator. Their youngest child, Vivian is now 4 years old.

From the 1930 PA Census:  John and family are living at 235 Lincoln Avenue.  Ralph and Vivian live at home.  Also in the home are 23-year-old Leroy Thompson and his wife, 21-year-old Dorothy (Tippett) with their 1 month-old baby, Dolores.  John is a sheet heater at the steel mill; Ralph is an attendant at a pool room and Leroy is a laborer at a steel mill.

More About JOHN H. TIPPETT: 

Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Leechburg

Children of GRACE ARCHIBALD and JOHN TIPPETT are:

36. i. JOHN4 TIPPETT, b. April 17, 1893; d. August 1974, Industry, PA.

ii. AGNES W. TIPPETT, b. March 27, 1895; d. July 15, 1974, Pennsylvania; m. MYRON G. THOMPSON, Broad St. Presbyterian Church, Columbus, Ohio on March 27, 1920.  Myron was the son of LAWRENCE KESLER AND LOTTIE ADELLA GEORGE and was born 1895, Pennsylvania; d. Pennsylvania.

Marriage Notes for AGNES TIPPETT and MYRON THOMPSON:  Transcribed from newspaper article saved by Dorothy Thompson and Dolores Freilino - name and date of newspaper was not saved.

The marriage of Myron Thompson of Vandergrift and Miss Agnes W. Tippett of this place, was solemnized at the parsonage of the Broad Street Presbyterian Church, Columbus, Ohio, last Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, the Rev. Samuel S. Palmer, D.D., performing the ceremony.

The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Tippett of Siberian avenue, and is well known in the community, having resided there all her life. For the past six years she has been employed in the office of the Kittanning Telephone Co., where she holds the position of Chief Operator.

The groom, who saw service in France and Germany during the war, was formerly a clerk in the post office of the A.S. and T.P. Co., at that place.  The happy couple will make their home here.

Agnes and Myron are buried in Riverview Cemetery, Apollo, Armstrong County, PA.

 

iii. ELIZABETH J. TIPPETT, b. July 1897; d. November 10, 1900.

Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Leechburg

Notes for ELIZABETH JANE TIPPETT:

Notice in the Leechburg Advance:  Saturday, Nov. 10, of pneumonia, Elizabeth Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Tippet, of Georgetown, aged 5(sic) years and 6 months.  Services were held at the residence Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. S. Helm.

37. iv. MABEL TIPPETT, b. August 06, 1900, Leechburg, PA; d. March 03, 1996, Harrisville, Ohio.

38. v. WILLIAM TIPPETT, b. April 13, 1903; d. October 18, 1972, Allegheny Valley Hospital, Natrona Heights, PA.

vi. RALPH TIPPETT, b. October 05,RalphSchool.jpg (8403 bytes) 1905; d. June 23, 1973, Apollo, PA; m. LE ETTA GRIMM; b. March 06, 1910; d. July 1981, Apollo, PA.

More About RALPH TIPPETT:

Burial: June 26, 1973, Riverview Cemetery, Apollo, PA

 

vii. JAMES TIPPETT, b. September 03, 1908; died 1908.

Notes for JAMES TIPPETT:

Notice from the Leechburg Advance:  James, the 10 month old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Tippett, of Siberian avenue, died on Tuesday.  The child was one of a pair of twins and brings grief to the family and neighborhood.  Funeral services were observed on Thursday, Rev. J. S. Helm officiating.

 

39. viii. DOROTHY DorothySchool.jpg (8596 bytes) ISABELLE TIPPETT, b. September 03, 1908, Leechburg, PA; d. January 09, 1989, Leechburg, PA.

40. ix. VIVIAN GRACE TIPPETT, b. September 18, 1915, Leechburg, PA; d. June 06, 2001.

Evergreen Cemetery, Leechburg, PA.  Left to right:  John and Grace Tippett,tippettplot.jpg (485573 bytes) Dorothy Tippett Thompson, James and Elizabeth Tippett, and (front) James Thompson.

 

 

  Generation No. 5 

 

15. AGNES4 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born September 17, 1878 in Tioga Co, PA, and died April 30, 1952 in Leechburg, PA. She married WILLIAM CROCKER, son of JOHN CROCKER and ELIZABETH ROUNSLEY. He was born August 17, 1873 in PA, and died April 1947.

(Picture to the right is William Crocker and John Tippett)

WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18 > Pennsylvania > Armstrong County

  William lists his birth date as August 17, 1874.  His address is Harrison Avenue and he is employed by American Sheet and Tin Plate Company.  His next of kin is his wife, Agnes.  He has brown eyes and black hair.

1920 Census has the Crocker family renting a home on Harrison Avenue in Leechburg.  William is employed at the sheet mill.

 

1930 Census: 

Name:    William Crocker

Age:    56

Estimated birth year: 1873

Birthplace:    Pennsylvania 

Home in 1930: West Leechburg, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania

William Crocker West Leechburg, Westmoreland, PA 56 1873 Pennsylvania 

Agnes Crocker West Leechburg, Westmoreland, PA 51 1878       Wife 

Charles Crocker West Leechburg, Westmoreland, PA 19 1910       Son   

Isabell Crocker West Leechburg, Westmoreland, PA 17 1912       Daughter   

James Crocker West Leechburg, Westmoreland, PA 13 1916       Son   

Elizabeth Crocker West Leechburg, Westmoreland, PA 10 1919       Daughter   

 

 Children of AGNES ARCHIBALD and WILLIAM CROCKER are:

41. i. JOHN5 CROCKER, b. July 10, 1895; d. May 1978, Leechburg, PA.

42. ii. WILLIAM ARCHIBALD CROCKER, b. August 22, 1897, Leechburg, PA; d. December 12, 1978, New Kensington, PA.

iii. ELLSWORTH CROCKER, b. 1906.

MalindaCrockerSchool.jpg (8797 bytes)43. iv. MALINDA CROCKER, b. May 03, 1908; d. December 1984, Leechburg, PA.

v. CHARLES CROCKER, b. 1913.

vi. ISABEL CROCKER, b. 1914.

vii. JAMES CROCKER, b. October 29, 1916; d. October 24, 1997, Apollo, PA.

44. viii. ELIZABETH CROCKER, b. 1919.

 

 

16. ISABELLE5 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1882.  She married WILLIAM ROUNSLEY 1904, son of SAMUEL ROUNSLEY and WINIFRED JONES.  He was born 1878 in Pennsylvania.

 

Notes for WILLIAM ROUNSLEY:

1910 Census for Houtzdale, Woodward Township, Clearfield County, PA lists William's occupation as coal miner.

 

1920 Census, Barnsboro Township, Cambria County, PA:  William is a coal mine superintendant.

 

1930 Census, Barnsboro Township, Cambria County, PA:  William and Belle own their home, valued at $3000.  Living at home are daughter Winifred, son Archibald and granddaughter Grace Boothman, 4.  William is a "boss" at a coal mine and Winifred is a telephone operator.

     

Children of ISABELLE ARCHIBALD and WILLIAM ROUNSLEY are:

        i.     HAROLD6 ROUNSLEY, b. 1905.

       ii.     LOLA I ROUNSLEY, b. 1907; m. UNKNOWN

               VISNYCZKE.

      iii.     BESSIE L ROUNSLEY, b. 1909.

       iv.     WINIFRED ROUNSLEY, b. February 05, 1911,  Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania; d. July 1971, Barnesboro, Pennsylvania.

       v.     ARCHIBALD O. ROUNSLEY, b. July 07, 1913; d. October 1994, Hastings, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

 

 

17.  ELIZABETH5 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born April 1883 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, PA.  She married ABRAHAM L. LENDER August 28, 1907 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, PA.  He was born 1884 in Connemaugh, Pennsylvania, and died 1973.

 

Notes for ABRAHAM L. LENDER:

1910 Federal Census:  Pitcairn, Allegheny County, PA:  Abraham is employed as a brakeman on a steam railroad.

 

1930 Census, Manor, Westmoreland County, PA:  Abraham is a switchman for the railroad.

 

Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH ARCHIBALD and ABRAHAM LENDER:

On their marriage license application, it states that Abraham, 23, is a coal miner, and Elizabeth, 23, is a school teacher.

     

Children of ELIZABETH ARCHIBALD and ABRAHAM LENDER are:

          i.     CLYDE L.6 LENDER, b. 1909.

         ii.     WILLIAM J. LENDER, b. 1911.

        iii.     ISABELLE L. LENDER, b. 1913.

         iv.     LLOYD W. LENDER, b. September 06, 1916; d. September 1987, Derry, Westmoreland County, PA.

        v.     EMMA R. LENDER, b. 1919; m. WILLIAM RUHEY.

       vi.     GEORGE C. LENDER, b. December 06, 1920; d. January 1974, Jeannette, Westmoreland County, PA.

 

 

18. MAY R.5 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born September 1890, and died 1933.  She married GEORGE T. DAHLIN July 26, 1916 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, PA, son of SWAN DAHLIN and INGABORE GABRIELSON.  He was born 1891 in West Moshannon, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, and died May 30, 1951 in Philipsburg State Hospital, Philipsburg, PA.

  Notes for GEORGE T. DAHLIN:

From 1920 PA census:  Father was born in Sweden, Mother in Norway

  1930 Census, Woodward Township, Clearfield County, PA:  George and May rent their home for $10.00.  George is a miner.

  Clearfield Progress (Clearfield, Pennsylvania)  December 18, 1934

     Miss Dorothy Dahlin who is attending Altoona Commercial School spent the weekend at the home of her father, George Dahlin.

 

Clearfield Progress (Clearfield, Pennsylvania)  June 4, 1935

     Mr. and Mrs. William Rounsley of Barnsboro spent Decoration Day at the George Dahlin home.  They were accompanied home on the trip by Mrs. Elizabeth Archibald who will spent a few days there.

"Progress"  Friday, June 01, 1951 Clearfield, Pennsylvania  George Dahlin of Houtzdale Dies of Stroke

     George (?) Dahlin, 60, prominent Houtzdale coal operator, died in the Philipsburg State Hospital at 7:30 p. m. yesterday following a severe stroke suffered at the conclusion of a Memorial Day address at Brisbin.  Born February 23, 1891 at Houtzdale, he was a son of Swan and Ingeborg Gulbranson Dahlin of Houtzdale.  His wife, Mae Archibald Dahlin, preceded him in death 18 years ago.  Long active in the community religious and civic activities, Mr. Dahlin was a former trustee and Sunday School superintendent of the Primitive Methodist Church of West Houtzdale.  He was a member of the Woodward township school board for 16 years and treasurer of the Woodward-Houtzdale-Brisbin Joint School Board.  Mr. Dahlin had engaged in the coal business for many years and was general manager of Dahlin Brothers Coal Co.  He was also a member and past president of the Houtzdale Rotary Club, the Osceola Mills Masonic Blue Lodge, past master of that lodge, and a member of the Jaffa Shrine of Altoona, the Williamsport Consistory and the Tall Cedars of Lebanon.

     Surviving him are two daughters, Mrs. George Allport of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs. Chester I. Johnson of Houtzdale.  Four grandchildren survive as do three sisters and brothers:  A. Verner Dahlin, Mrs. Harry Gulbranson, Mrs. Dewey Stott, Sr., Fritz, Mrs. David Lobb, and Roy, all of Houtzdale.

     Commenting on the death, state Senator A. H. Letzler of Houtzdale said today:  "George Dahlin was one of Houtzdale's most active citizens in church and civic matters.  He was called upon to express public sentiment on various occasions and to lead in public exercises.  It was in the performance of one of these tasks which he undertook that he exerted himself beyond his physical ability at the time.  Houtzdale and this entire area keenly feel the loss of George Dahlin and his place will not easily be filled.

     Funeral services will be conducted from his home at Cross Keys in West Houtzdale Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in charge of Rev. Theodore Gould of the Primitive Methodist Church.  Interment will be in the Odd Fellows Cemetery at Brisbin.  Friends may call at his home this evening and until time of the services.

     

Children of MAY ARCHIBALD and GEORGE DAHLIN are:

          i.     DOROTHY MAY6 DAHLIN, b. December 12, 1917, Houtzdale, Pennsylvania; d. December 15, 1997, Bethleham, Northampton County, PA.

         ii.     JEAN DAHLIN, b. 1923.

 

19.  WILLIAM5 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born August 29, 1892 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, and died February 07, 1971 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  He married MATILDA CRAGO October 22, 1924 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, PA, daughter of JAMES CRAGO and AMELIA ABRAM.  She was born December 26, 1894, and died August 03, 1960 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

 

Notes for WILLIAM ARCHIBALD:

1920 Pa census, West Houtzdale:  William is listed as head of household, single, living with mother and sisters Henrietta and Robena.  William works at the coal mine, Henrietta as a saleswoman and Robena is a bookkeeper at the Coal Company.

 

In the 1930 Census, William and Matilda and 4 year old child Lee are living with Amelia Crago on West Hannah Street.  William's occupation is steam sovel(sp?) operator on road construction.

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Obituary from "The Progress", Clearfield, PA., February 9, 1971

 

William Archibald, 78, a former Houtzdale resident, died at 1:30 p. m. Sunday in the Harrisburg Osteopathic Hospital.  He was a retired lumberyard clerk and had resided in Harrisburg for the past 15 years.  A son of William and Elizabeth (Peden) Archibald, he was born in Houtzdale Aug. 29, 1892.  He was a member of the Primitive Methodist Church.  Two sons, Lee and Wade, of Harrisburg, both survive, as do seven grandchildren and a great-grandson.  He was preceded in death by his wife, the former Matilda Crago.  Friends will be received at the Birger A. Freeberg Funeral Home from 3 p. m. today until 2 p. m. tomorrow when services will be conducted by the Rev. William Conners.  Interment will be in the Odd Fellows Cemetery in Brisbin.

 

 

More About WILLIAM ARCHIBALD:

Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Brisbin, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania

 

Notes for MATILDA CRAGO:

Obituary from the "Clearfield Progress"

 

Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. from the Freeberg Funeral Home at Houtzdale for Mrs. Matilda (Tillie) Archibald, 65, who died unexpectedly Wednesday at 6:30 p. m. at her home.  Rev. D. L. Murphy will officiate at services.  Interment will be at the IOOF Cemetery at Brisbin.  Friends may call until time of services at the funeral home.  Mrs. Archibald was born at Houtzdale Dec. 26, 1894, a daughter of James and Amelia Abrams Crago and had lived at Harrisburg for a number of years before returning to Houtzdale a few months ago.  She was a lifelong member of the Primitive Methodist Church and its Sunday school at West Houtzdale.  Surviving are her husband, William Archibald; two sons:  Lee and Wade, Harrisburg; two sisters:  Mrs. Catherine Sinclair, Houtzdale, and Mrs. Rena Thomas, Monaca, Pa.; a brother, Howard Crago, Houtzdale; and five grandchildren.

 

More About MATILDA CRAGO:

Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Brisbin, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania

     

Children of WILLIAM ARCHIBALD and MATILDA CRAGO are:

        i.     NORMAN LEE6 ARCHIBALD, b. August 08, 1925; d. January 28, 1997, Harrisburg, Dauphin County, PA.

        ii.     ROBERT WADE ARCHIBALD.

 

 

20.  HENRIETTA5 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born August 03, 1894 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, and died June 01, 1970 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.  She married PAUL C. PAULSON October 08, 1924 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, PA, son of JOHN PAULSON and BRITTA DAHLIN.  He was born June 08, 1894 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, and died September 29, 1969 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

 

Notes for HENRIETTA ARCHIBALD:

Obituary from the "Clearfield Progress"  June 2, 1970

     Mrs. Henrietta (Auntie) Paulson, 75, a resident of Houtzdale, R. D., died yesterday at 10:10 p.m. in the Phillipsburg State General Hospital.  A lifelong resident of the area, she was born at Houtzdale Aug. 3, 1894, a daughter of the late William and Elizabeth (sic) Peden Archibald.  She was a member of the Primitive Methodist Church of West Houtzdale, the Ladies Aid Society, and the Helen Rebekah Lodge.  Surviving are two sons:  Dean, of Hagerstown, Md., and Fritz, of Jamestown, N. Y., seven grandchildren, a brother, William of Harrisburg, and a sister, Miss Robena Archibald, of Houtzdale.  She was preceded in death by her husband Paul and five sisters.

 

More About HENRIETTA ARCHIBALD:

Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Brisbin, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania

 

Notes for PAUL C. PAULSON:

     HOUTZDALE - Paul C. Paulson, 75, of West Houtzdale, died at 12:45 a.m. today in the Philipsburg State General Hospital.  A son of John and Britta (Dahlin) Paulson, he was born at Houtzdale June, 1894.  He was a retired coal miner and a life-long resident of the area.  He was a life-long member of the Bethel Lutheran Church and a member of the United Mine Workers of America.  He is survived by his wife, the former Henrietta Archibald, and by two sons:  Dean, Hagerstown, Md., and Fritz, Jamestown, N. Y.  Seven grandchildren also survive.  One sister preceded him in death.  Friends will be received in the Birger A. Freeberg Funeral Home from 4 p. m. today until 2 p. m. Wednesday when services will be conducted by the Rev. Walter Emswiler and the Rev. John Sargent.  Interment will be at the IOOF Cemetery at Brisbin.

 

More About PAUL C. PAULSON:

Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Brisbin, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania

     

Children of HENRIETTA ARCHIBALD and PAUL PAULSON are:

          i.     PAUL DEAN6 PAULSON, b. 1927.

         ii.     FRITZ PAULSON.

 

21. SUSAN4 ARCHIBALD (JOHN R.3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1880, and died Abt. 1906. She married JOHN LEIGHTNER. He was born 1876.

 

Children of SUSAN ARCHIBALD and JOHN LEIGHTNER are:

i. SUSAN5 LEIGHTNER, b. 1898.

ii. ELLA LEIGHTNER, b. 1900.

iii. HENRY LEIGHTNER, b. 1903.

iv. ELIZABETH LEIGHTNER, b. 1905.

 22.  WILLIAM G.5 ARCHIBALD (JOHN R.4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born November 03, 1877.  He married ROSE DAUGHERTY.  She was born 1882, and died Bef. 1930.

 

Notes for WILLIAM G. ARCHIBALD:

1910 Census:

Name:    William G Archibald

Birthplace:    Pennsylvania 

State:    PA 

Age:    31 

Color:    W 

Enumeration District: 0102 

Visit:    0181 

County:    Westmoreland 

Relation:    Head of Household 

Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place

Wife Rose 29 Pennsylvania

 

WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18 > Pennsylvania > Allegheny County

  William is living at 203 River Avenue in Brackenridge.  He is an inspector at Allegheny Steel Company.  His next of kin is his wife, Rose.  He has blue eyes and dark hair.

 

1920 Census, River Avenue, Brackenridge, PA:  William is a laborer at Allegheny Steel.  Rose's sister Margaret Daugherty is living with them.

 

1930 Census, Cleveland Avenue, Brackenridge, PA:  William is widowed and is renting his home for $22/mo.  He is employed as a roller helper at the steel mill.  Also in the household are his daughter Violet and sister-in-law Margaret Daugherty, 30. 

 

     

Child of WILLIAM ARCHIBALD and ROSE DAUGHERTY is:

              i.     VIOLET6 ARCHIBALD, b. 1917.

 

 

23.  ELLEN L.5 ARCHIBALD (JOHN R.4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1878.  She married WILLIAM J. BALENTINE.  He was born May 01, 1874.

 

Notes for WILLIAM J. BALENTINE:

1910 Census, Brackenridge, PA:  The family lives on Brackenridge Avenue.  William is a stonecutter at the marble works.  He and Nellie have had 7 children; 4 were still living:  Ralph A., Ethel I., Grace and Lawrence S.

 

WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18 > Pennsylvania > Allegheny County

  William lives in Brackenridge, PA.  He is a mill worker at West Penn Steel.  His next of kin is his wife, Nellie Ballentine.  He has grey eyes and dark brown hair.

 

1920 Census, Brackenridge, PA:  The family lives on Morgan St.  William is employed by West Penn.  The name is spelled Balentine.

     

Children of ELLEN ARCHIBALD and WILLIAM BALENTINE are:

              i.     RALPH A.6 BALENTINE, b. March 27, 1901; d. March 1973, Bethel Park, Allegheny County, PA.

              ii.     ETHEL I. BALENTINE, b. 1904; m. ROYLE D. MASON; b. September 27, 1904; d. November 25, 1991, Tarentum, Allegheny County, PA.

 

Notes for ROYLE D. MASON:

In the 1930 census, Ethel and Royle own their own home, valued at $7,000,  in Fawn Township, Allegheny County, PA.  Royle is a blacksmith at a steel mill.

 

             iii.     GRACE E. BALENTINE, b. 1907.

             iv.     LAWRENCE L. BALENTINE, b. 1910.

             v.     CHARLES EDWARD BALENTINE, b. November 22, 1912; d. October 13, 1994, Freeport, Armstrong County, PA.

             vi.     FRED R. BALENTINE, b. May 21, 1916; d. July 17, 1993, Freeport, Armstrong County, PA.

 

 

24.  ELIZABETH5 ARCHIBALD (JOHN R.4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born August 20, 1886 in Clearfield County, PA.  She married GEORGE DAUGHERTY June 29, 1905 in Brackenridge, Allegheny Township, PA.  He was born May 08, 1884 in Allegheny County, PA.

 

Notes for GEORGE DAUGHERTY:

1920 Census, Tarentum, Allegheny County, PA:  The family is living on Eighth St.  George is employed as a laborer  in the steel works.

 

1930 Census, Tarentum, Allegheny County, PA:  George is renting his home on E. 7th Ave for $45/mo.  He is employed as a heater at the steel mill. 

     

Children of ELIZABETH ARCHIBALD and GEORGE DAUGHERTY are:

            i.     MARGARET6 DAUGHERTY, b. 1907.

              ii.     GEORGE J. DAUGHERTY, b. 1909.

             iii.     ROBERT K. DAUGHERTY, b. 1914.

 

 

25.  MARGARET5 ARCHIBALD (JOHN R.4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born September 28, 1888 in Clearfield County, PA.  She married (1) WILLIAM MOXON.    She married (2) THOMAS COYLE December 08, 1904 in Brackenridge, Allegheny Township, PA.  He was born April 04, 1885 in Armstrong County, PA, and died Abt. 1908.

 

Notes for MARGARET ARCHIBALD:

In the 1920 Census, Margaret is living with her brother, William.  Her age is listed as 24.  She is employed as a telephone operator.

     

Child of MARGARET ARCHIBALD and THOMAS COYLE is:

              i.     MINNIE6 COYLE, b. 1906.

 

 

26.  THOMAS5 ARCHIBALD (JOHN R.4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born February 22, 1889.  He married LULU UNKNOWN 1910.  She was born 1893 in Pennsylvania.

 

Notes for THOMAS ARCHIBALD:

The information on the descendants of Thomas Archibald is from Melissa Archibald.

 

1930 Mahoning Cty. Census Poland Village

Thomas born 1888 in PA age 41.  Property value 500.00, Wife Lulu age 37, daughter Eleanor age 19, son John Owen age 17.  Thomas works at a steel mill and Eleanor as an office clerk in a  department store.

 

27.  JEAN (JENNIE)5 ARCHIBALD (JOHN R.4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born March 31, 1891, and died September 15, 1966 in Brackenridge, Pennsylvania.  She married LAWRENCE HESS.  He was born Abt. 1890.

 

Notes for LAWRENCE HESS:

1920 Census, Morgan St., Brackenridge, Allegheny County, PA:  Lawrence is an electrician at a steel company.

     

Children of JEAN ARCHIBALD and LAWRENCE HESS are:

              i.     FERN6 HESS, b. 1914.

              ii.     RUTH HESS, b. 1916.

 

 

28.  CHARLES5 ARCHIBALD (JOHN R.4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born December 14, 1893 in Leechburg, Armstrong County, PA, and died November 1973 in Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania.  He married MAMIE CUNNINGHAM.  She was born April 21, 1900, and died July 1983 in Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania.

 

Notes for CHARLES ARCHIBALD:

WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18 > Pennsylvania > Allegheny County

  Charles Archibald is living in Brackenridge.  He lists his next of kin as his mother.  He works at Allegheny Steel Company.  Birth date December 14, 1893 in Leechburg, PA.  He is of medium stature, slender build, with blue eyes and dark hair.

 

1930 Census, Tarentum:  Charles and Mamie Archibald are living at Third Ave. in Tarentum, PA.  Charles is a laborer in a steel mill.

     

Children of CHARLES ARCHIBALD and MAMIE CUNNINGHAM are:

              i.     ISABELLE6 ARCHIBALD, b. 1923.

              ii.     DORETTA ARCHIBALD, b. 1924.

             iii.     CHARLES ARCHIBALD, b. 1926.

             iv.     BETTY ARCHIBALD, b. 1928.

 

 

29.  MARY E.5 STEELE (AGNES4 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born June 1883 in Pennsylvania.  She married WILLIAM H. WILLIAMSON.  He was born 1878 in Pennsylvania.

 

Notes for WILLIAM H. WILLIAMSON:

1930 Census, living on Kennedy Avenue in Duquesne, PA.  William is a merchant - retail grocery store.  They are living either next door to or in the same house as Mary's brother David's family.

     

Children of MARY STEELE and WILLIAM WILLIAMSON are:

              i.     DOROTHY L.6 WILLIAMSON, b. 1913.

              ii.     ROBERT S. WILLIAMSON, b. 1917.

 

 

30.  JAMES5 STEELE (AGNES4 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born July 1888.  He married FREDERIKA (MOLLIE) STARKE.  She was born 1891.

 

Notes for JAMES STEELE:

1920 Census, living in Duquesne, PA.  James is a roller at a steel mill.

 

1930 Census, living in Duquesne, PA.  James owns his home, valued at $12,000.

     

Children of JAMES STEELE and FREDERIKA STARKE are:

              i.     JAMES R.6 STEELE, b. 1914.

              ii.     BETTY L. STEELE, b. 1915.

             iii.     JUNE L. STEELE, b. 1919.

 

 

31.  THOMAS5 STEELE (AGNES4 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born May 1889.  He married ETHEL WILLIAMS. 

 

Notes for THOMAS STEELE:

In the 1920 Census, is living at South Second St., Duquesne, PA.  Wife's name is Anna M.  Thomas and wife may have died by 1930, as their children are living with Thomas' sister, Sadie Westerberg.

     

Children of THOMAS STEELE and ETHEL WILLIAMS are:

              i.     ELIZABETH A.6 STEELE, b. 1911.

              ii.     ROBERT J. STEELE, b. 1912.

 

 

32.  DAVID W.5 STEELE (AGNES4 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born March 1898.  He married RUTH CORRINE EDWARDS. 

 

Notes for DAVID W. STEELE:

1930 Census, Kennedy Ave., Duquesne, PA:  David is a helper in the steel mill.

     

Children of DAVID STEELE and RUTH EDWARDS are:

              i.     DAVID W.6 STEELE, b. 1921.

              ii.     EDWARD STEELE, b. 1924.

             iii.     AUDREY STEELE, b. 1929.

 

 

33.  WILLIAM5 ARCHIBALD (THOMAS4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born April 1890.  He married MATILDA HILL. 

 

Notes for WILLIAM ARCHIBALD:

1920 Census, Duquesne, Allegheny County, PA:  William, Matilda and son Robert are living with Matilda's parents, William and Bertha Hill, on North 3rd St.  William is a fireman for the railroad.

     

Child of WILLIAM ARCHIBALD and MATILDA HILL is:

              i.     ROBERT6 ARCHIBALD, b. 1913.

 

Notes for ROBERT ARCHIBALD:

In the 1930 Census, Robert, 18, is living with his grandparents, William F. and Bertha Hill, in Jefferson, Butler County, PA. 

 

 

34.  MARY5 ARCHIBALD (THOMAS4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born January 1899.  She married HENRY MOODY. 

     

Child of MARY ARCHIBALD and HENRY MOODY is:

              i.     THOMAS6 MOODY.

 

 

35.  MARY A.5 ARCHIBALD (DAVID4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1894.  She married J. RUDOLPH JOHNSON.  He was born 1895.

 

Marriage Notes for MARY ARCHIBALD and J. JOHNSON:

Cuyahoga County Probate Court Marriage Index

 

ARCHIBALD, MARY A   JOHNSON, RUDOLPH  Volume:  0134  Page: 0053  Page Match:  11

     

Child of MARY ARCHIBALD and J. JOHNSON is:

              i.   J. RUDOLPH6 JOHNSON, b. 1926.

 

 

36. JOHN4 TIPPETT (GRACE3 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born April 17, 1893, and died August 1974 in Industry, PA. He married (1) MARIAN MEADOWS. She died Abt. 1960. He married (2) BESSIE UNKNOWN.

From the 1920 PA census:  John and wife Marion are renting a home on Main Street in Leechburg. John is employed at the mill.

From the 1930 PA census:  Living on Ohio Avenue in Beaver, Midland Township, Beaver County, PA.  John, Marian and 7-year-old Mary.  There are several roomers living in the house.  John is a policeman in a steel mill and Marian is a practical nurse.

 

Child of JOHN TIPPETT and MARIAN MEADOWS is:

60. i. MARY5 WINIFRED TIPPETT, b. April 06, 1922; d. October 26, 2002 in Rochester, Beaver County, PA.

 

 

37. MABEL4 TIPPETT (GRACE3 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born August 06, 1900 in Leechburg, PA, and died March 03, 1996 in Harrisville, Ohio. She married GEORGE WILLIS HOBAUGH, son of GEORGE HOBAUGH and NINA STOUT.  He was born September 25, 1895 in Pitcairn, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, and died July 1981 in Harrisville, Harrison County,  Ohio.

 

Notes for MABEL TIPPETT:

Obituary Source:  Jack Hobaugh, author of "Hobaughs of Westmoreland Co., PA" at Ancestry.com

 

Free Press Standard--Carrollton, OH, Thursday March 7, 1996

Mabel Hobaugh, 95, of Harrisville, Ohio, died March 3 in McGraws Nursing Home at Adena, Ohio. Mrs. Hobaugh is the mother of Mrs. Harold [Maxine] Rutledge of 428 N High St., Carrollton. Born Aug. 6, 1900, at Leechburg, PA, she was a daughter of the late John and Grace Archibald Tippett. She was retired from the Harrisville Post Office where she was postmaster for 30 years. She was a member of the Harrisville Covenant Presbyterian Church, St. Clairsville Chapter #510 Order of Eastern Star, Napus Association [National Association of Postmasters in the United States] and Ladies Auxiliary of the Harrisville Volunteer Fire Department. In addition to her daughter she is survived by a sister, Mrs. Leroy Vivian Grimm of Coreopolis, PA, 11 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; and eight g-g-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, George W Hobaugh; two daughters, Lois Sprague and JoAnn Thoburn; two sisters, Dorothy Thompson and Agnes Thompson; and four brothers, Ralph Tippett, Bill Tippett, Jack Tippett and James (sic) Tippett. Funeral services were held March 6 in Borkoski Funeral Home at Adena, Ohio, with Rev. Barry Hall officiating. Burial was in Olive Branch Cemetery at Harrisville.

 

 

More About MABEL TIPPETT:

Burial: Olive Branch Cemetery, Harrisville, Ohio

 

Notes for GEORGE WILLIS HOBAUGH:

WWI Draft Card of George Hobaugh lists his birthplace as Pitcairn, PA.  He is living with his mother and brother (crippled).

 

In the 1930 Census, George and Mabel Hobaugh are living at 300 Logan Avenue in Leechburg, PA with their three daughters, and George's mother, Nina, and brother, Lee.  George owns his home, valued at $6,000.  He is employed as a machinist in a coal mine.

 

Obituary Source:  Jack Hobaugh, author of "Hobaughs of Westmoreland Co., PA" at Ancestry.com

 

DILLONVALE---George W Hobaugh, 85, of Harrisville, Ohio, died at 7 a.m. Saturday at Pleasant Grove, Ohio. He was a charter member of the Harrisville Volunteer Fire Department; a member of the Adena Lions Club, the Masonic Lodge No. 16 F&AM, in St. Clairsville; the Osiris Shrine in Elm Grove, W Va.; the Eastern Star of St. Clairsville and the Covenant Presbyterian Church in Harrisville. He was a retired mechanic for the Hanna Coal Co. Survivors include his wife, Mabel Tippett Hobaugh; three daughters, Mrs. Harvey [Lois] Spragg of Mt. Pleasant, Ohio; Mrs. Maxine Tanner at home and Mrs. Harold [Joanne] Thoburn of Medina, Ohio; one sister, Mrs. Jay Barber of Leechburg, PA; 11 grandchildren and 21 g-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two sisters and one brother. He was born Sept. 25, 1895 in Pitcarin, PA, the son of the late George W and Nina Stout Hobaugh. Friends may call at the Wilson Funeral Home in Dillonvale from noon to 9 p.m. Sunday where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday with the Rev. Russell Croker officiating. A Masonic service will be held at the funeral home Sunday at 7 p.m. Interment at the Olive Branch Cemetery, Harrisville.

 

 

     

Children of MABEL TIPPETT and GEORGE HOBAUGH are:

61.          i.     LOIS MAE6 HOBAUGH, b. March 16, 1923, Leechburg, Armstrong County, PA; d. November 10, 1987.

62.         ii.     MAXINE L. HOBAUGH, b. December 07, 1924; d. July 06, 2000, Harrison Community Hospital, Cadiz, Ohio.

             iii.   JO ANN K. HOBAUGH, b. November 27, 1927; m. HAROLD K. THOBURN, October 31, 1948, Harrisville, Ohio.

 

 

38. WILLIAM4 TIPPETT (GRACE3 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born April 13, 1903, and died October 18, 1972 in Allegheny Valley Hospital, Natrona Heights, PA. He married LOIS G. BOARTS, daughter of JOHN BOARTS and ANNIE MCELFRESH. She was born January 19, 1909, and died October 1987.

In the 1930 US Census, Gilpin Township, Armstrong County, PA:  William and Lois are living with Lois' parents, John and Annie Boarts.  William works at the Sheet Mill.  (Lois' father is a farmer.)

More About WILLIAM TIPPETT:

Burial: October 21, 1972, Forks Church Cemetery, Leechburg, PA

More About LOIS G. BOARTS:

Burial: Forks Church Cemetery, Leechburg, PA

WILLIAM TIPPETT and LOIS BOARTS had four children.

 

39. DOROTHY ISABELLE4 TIPPETT (GRACE3 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born September 03, 1908 in Leechburg, PA, and died January 09, 1989 in Leechburg, PA. She married LEROY HARRIS THOMPSON August 13, 1929 in Pittsburgh, PA, son of FRANK THOMPSON and ELLA HINES. He was born February 12, 1906 in Painesville, Ohio, and died December 06, 1957 in Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

Notes for DOROTHY ISABELLE TIPPETT:

From "The Apollo News Record", January 11, 1989:

 

Dorothy I. Thompson, 80, 414 Third Street, Leechburg, Died Jan. 9, 1989, at 8:50 a.m. in Citizens General Hospital, New Kensington. She was born Sept. 3, 1908 in Leechburg, the daughter of the late John and Grace Archibald Tippett. She lived at her Third Street residence the past eight years. She previously lived in Monaca. She was a member of Hebron Evangelical Lutheran Church, Leechburg. Survivors include: two sons, John F. Thompson, Gilpin Township, and James E. Thompson, Hagerstown, MD; three daughters, Mrs. Gilbert (Dolores) Freilino, Leechburg, Roberta Shea, Monroeville, and Pat Kennedy, Gilpin Township; 13 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Mabel Hobaugh, Harrisville, Ohio, and Leroy (sic)(Vivian) Grimm, Coraopolis. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Jack, Ralph and William Tippett; a sister, Agnes Thompson; and two grandsons, Bruce Thompson in 1984, and Joseph Kennedy in 1961.

Friends will be welcomed by her family from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday night at Clawson's, Second at Main, Leechburg, where a funeral service will be held at noon, officiated by her pastor, The Rev. Edward Sheenan(sic).

Burial will follow in Evergreen Cemetery, Gilpin Township.

 

More About DOROTHY ISABELLE TIPPETT:

Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Leechburg

 

More About LEROY HARRIS THOMPSON:

Burial: Greenwood Memorial Cemetery, Lower Burrell, Pa

 

Children of DOROTHY TIPPETT and LEROY THOMPSON are:

67. i. DOLORES JEAN5 THOMPSON, b. Leechburg, PA.

68. ii. ROBERTA LEE THOMPSON, b. Leechburg, PA.

69. iii. JOHN FRANK THOMPSON, b. Leechburg, PA.

70. iv. PATRICIA GAY THOMPSON, b. Leechburg, PA.

71. v. JAMES ERROL THOMPSON, b. December 04, 1938, Leechburg, PA; d. February 10, 1998, Leechburg, PA.

 

 

40. VIVIAN GRACE4 TIPPETT (GRACE3 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born September 18, 1915 in Leechburg, PA, and died June 06, 2001. She married LEROY GRIMM in Leechburg, PA, son of CHARLES GRIMM and MARY REICHENBACH. He was born December 26, 1911, and died May 26, 1994 in Coraopolis, Allegheny County, PA.

 

More About VIVIAN GRACE TIPPETT:

Burial: Temple of Love Mausoleum, Allegheny County Memorial Park

Children of VIVIAN TIPPETT and LEROY GRIMM are: Two living children

 

  Generation No. 6 

 

41.  JOHN6 CROCKER (AGNES5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born July 10, 1895, and died May 1978 in Leechburg, PA.  He married FERN SNYDER, daughter of UNKNOWN SNYDER and JENNIE UNKNOWN. 

 

Notes for JOHN CROCKER:

1930 Census, Leechburg, Armstrong County, PA:  John and Fern are renting their home on Canal Street for $25/month.  John is a clothing salesman.   Fern's mother Jennie is living with them and their three children.

 

 

     

Children of JOHN CROCKER and FERN SNYDER are:

73.         i.     AUDREY LEAH7 CROCKER, b. June 26, 1914, Leechburg, Armstrong County, PA; d. March 13, 2004, Greensburg, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

             ii.     JOHN A. CROCKER, b. 1918.

            iii.     BETTY J. CROCKER, b. 1921; m. UNKNOWN JACKSON.

            iv.     COLLEEN CROCKER, m. J. W. SEKERES.

 

 

42.  WILLIAM ARCHIBALD6 CROCKER (AGNES5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born August 22, 1897 in Leechburg, PA, and died December 12, 1978 in New Kensington, PA.  He married LILLIAN MARGARET TARR.  She was born September 05, 1901, and died October 07, 1982 in Vandergrift, Pennsylvania.

 

Notes for WILLIAM ARCHIBALD CROCKER:

1930 Census

 

William A Crocker Vandergrift, Westmoreland, PA 32 1897 Pennsylvania  White  Head   

Lillian M Crocker Vandergrift, Westmoreland, PA 28 1901       Wife   

Darwin W Crocker Vandergrift, Westmoreland, PA 10 1919       Son   

Larue C Crocker Vandergrift, Westmoreland, PA 8 1921       Daughter 

 

     

Children of WILLIAM CROCKER and LILLIAN TARR are:

74.         i.     CAROLYN LARUE7 CROCKER, b. November 08, 1921, Vandergrift, PA; d. January 10, 1999, Natrona Heights, PA.

             ii.     DARWIN CROCKER.

            iii.     WILLIAM TARR CROCKER.

 

 

43. MALINDA5 CROCKER (AGNES4 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born May 03, 1908, and died December 1984 in Leechburg, PA. She married SAMUEL COCKROFT, son of ALEXANDER COCKROFT and MARY UNKNOWN. He was born 1907.

1930 Census, West Leechburg, Westmoreland County, PA:  Sam, 23, Malinda, 22, and 2-year-old son Robert H., are living with Sam's parents.  Sam is a laborer in the steel mill.

Children of MALINDA CROCKER and SAMUEL COCKROFT are: Two Children

 

44.  ELIZABETH A.6 CROCKER (AGNES5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1919.  She married GLENN F. WILLARD, son of CHARLES WILLARD and IVA HICKS.  He was born April 11, 1920 in Derry, Westmoreland County, PA, and died July 03, 2004.

 

Notes for GLENN F. WILLARD:

Obituary from the Valley News Dispatch:

  Glenn F. Willard, 84, of Washington Township died at 4:35 a.m. Saturday (July 3, 2004) in Allegheny Valley Hospital, Harrison.

  Born April 11, 1920, in Derry, he previously lived in the Hillville area of West Leechburg and lived the past 12 years in Washington Township.

  He was an Army veteran of World War II, where he served as a tech sergeant in the 33rd Photo Recon Squadron in the European Theatre.

  Mr. Willard was a supervisor at Gulf Research, Harmarville, for 35 years before retiring in 1983.

  He was a member of First United Methodist Church, Leechburg.

  Mr. Willard enjoyed woodworking and remodeling.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Iva Mae Hicks Willard; a brother, Charles E. Willard; and two sisters, Virginia Stauffer and Noaline Diehl.

  More About GLENN F. WILLARD:

Burial: July 07, 2004, Greenwood Memorial Cemetery, Lower Burrell, PA.

 

 

45.  HAROLD6 ROUNSLEY (ISABELLE5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1905.  He married UNKNOWN. 

 

46.  WINIFRED6 ROUNSLEY (ISABELLE5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born February 05, 1911 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, and died July 1971 in Barnesboro, Pennsylvania.  She married HAROLD S. TAYLOR. 

 

More About WINIFRED ROUNSLEY:

Burial: North Barnesboro Cemetery, Barnesboro, Pennsylvania

    

47.  ARCHIBALD O.6 ROUNSLEY (ISABELLE5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born July 07, 1913, and died October 1994 in Hastings, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

 

48.  CLYDE L.6 LENDER (ELIZABETH5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1909.  He married CLARA UNKNOWN. 

     

49.  LLOYD W.6 LENDER (ELIZABETH5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born September 06, 1916, and died September 1987 in Derry, Westmoreland County, PA.  He married HELEN JOHNSON. 

     

50.  DOROTHY MAY6 DAHLIN (MAY R.5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born December 12, 1917 in Houtzdale, Pennsylvania, and died December 15, 1997 in Bethleham, Northampton County, PA.  She married GEORGE H. ALLPORT June 11, 1938 in Hastings, Pennsylvania.  He was born October 01, 1910, and died February 1977 in Bethleham, Northampton County, PA.

 

Marriage Notes for DOROTHY DAHLIN and GEORGE ALLPORT:

"Clearfield Progress” Thursday, June 30, 1938 Clearfield, Pennsylvania

      Announcement has been made of the marriage of Mr. George H. Allport, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allport of Hastings, to Miss Dorothy Dahlin, daughter of George Dahlin of Houtzdale.  The ceremony took place Saturday, June 11, at the home of the bridegroom on Harvey street.  Rev. John M. Stevens, a former pastor of the Hastings M. E. Church, officiated, assisted by the present pastor, Rev. B. J. Shue.  The wedding march was played by Mrs. J. M. Stevens of Hastings.

     

51.  JEAN6 DAHLIN (MAY R.5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1923.  She married CHESTER I. JOHNSON.  He was born January 17, 1917, and died January 18, 2001 in Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

    

52.  NORMAN LEE6 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born August 08, 1925, and died January 28, 1997 in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, PA.  He married DOLORES TRELLA. 

     

53.  ROBERT WADE6 ARCHIBALD (WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) He married JANET RISSINGER. 

     

54.  PAUL DEAN6 PAULSON (HENRIETTA5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1927.  He married MALISSA ELEANOR TRUAX November 28, 1948 in Brisbin, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. 

 

Marriage Notes for PAUL PAULSON and MALISSA TRUAX:

Progress Tuesday, December 07, 1948 Clearfield, Pennsylvania 

    Married in Brisbin Church - BRISBIN - The Baptist Church in Brisbin was the scene of a wedding ceremony Sunday afternoon, November 28, at 4 o'clock, when Miss Malissa Eleanor Truax, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Truax, of Brisbin, became the bride of Paul Dean Paulson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Paulson, of Houtzdale.  Rev. R. L. Snyder performed the service before the altar which was decorated with large bouquets of yellow and white chrysanthemums and lighted with candles.  Miss Beatrice DeLong, church organist, played a program of nuptial music.  The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white slipper satin gown fashioned with an off-the-shoulder neckline.  The hem of her skirt was caught up with lilies of the valley to form three scallops in front.  Her skirt ended in a long train edged in white lace.  She carried a bouquet of calla lilies.  The matron of honor, Mrs. Margaret Prisk, of Houtzdale, chose a pale pink chiffon gown and a headdress similar to that of the bride's.  She carried an old fashioned bouquet of white pompoms with yellow centers.  The bridesmaids were:  Miss Eleanor Kephart of Brisbin; and Miss Gladys Smith, of Harrisburg.   The best man was Lee Archibold, of Houtzdale.  The ushers were Clifford Truax, brother of the bride, of Brisbin; and Glen Johnson, of Houtzdale. 

     Miss Kephart wore a lime green gown and a contrasting crown as a headdress.  Her Colonial bouquet was of yellow pompoms.  Miss Smith wore a peach satin gown and a peach crown.  She carried a Colonial bouquet of white pompoms.  The bride is a graduate of Houtzdale High School, Class of 1945, and of Philipsburg State Hospital School of Nursing.   The groom is a graduate of Woodward Township High School, Class of 1943.  He was a member of the Navy Air Force and served overseas as a gunner for two years.  He was graduated from the Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics and is now employed by the Letzler Automotive Company in Houtzdale.  Following a wedding trip to Cleveland, Ohio and Harrisburg, the newlyweds will reside at the home of the bride's parents.

55.  FRITZ6 PAULSON (HENRIETTA5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) He married DORIS MARTIN. 

     

56.  CHARLES EDWARD6 BALENTINE (ELLEN L.5 ARCHIBALD, JOHN R.4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born November 22, 1912, and died October 13, 1994 in Freeport, Armstrong County, PA.  He married GERTRUDE I. KLINGENSMITH.  She was born August 31, 1913 in Freeport, Armstrong County, PA.

     

57.  FRED R.6 BALENTINE (ELLEN L.5 ARCHIBALD, JOHN R.4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born May 21, 1916, and died July 17, 1993 in Freeport, Armstrong County, PA.  He married FLORENCE I. HAUBE.  She was born May 14, 1916, and died May 31, 1995 in Freeport, Armstrong County, PA.

    

58.  MARGARET6 DAUGHERTY (ELIZABETH5 ARCHIBALD, JOHN R.4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1907.  She married RAY EDWARDS.  He was born 1906

Notes for RAY EDWARDS:

1930 Census, Parnassas, Westmoreland County, PA:  Ray is employed as a checker at the aluminum works.

     

Child of MARGARET DAUGHERTY and RAY EDWARDS is:

              i.     RAY7 EDWARDS, b. 1927.

 

 

JohnOwenArchibald.jpg (17413 bytes)59.  JOHN OWEN6 ARCHIBALD (THOMAS5, JOHN R.4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born July 07, 1912JohnOwenAliceGieringArchibald.jpg (29963 bytes) in Youngstown, Ohio, and died September 14, 1944 in Denver, Colorado.  He married ALICE MARIE GIERING September 05, 1937 in Poland Presbyterian Church, Youngstown, Ohio, daughter of CHARLES GIERING and CHARLOTTE MEREDITH.  She was born July 09, 1916 in Poland, Mahoning County, Ohio, and died August 14, 1997 in Youngstown, Ohio.  (Photographs courtesy of Melissa Archibald.)

 

Notes for JOHN OWEN ARCHIBALD:

Obituary (From Melissa Archibald)

  Funeral services for John Owen Archibald, aged 32, Botsford Road Poland, who died at 4:30 a.m. Thurday in Denver, Colo, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday in the Davidson Bennett Funeral home. He was in the industrial engineering department of Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. Before he took ill two years ago. Born 7/7/1912 in Youngstown, Mr. Archibald was a son of Thomas and Lulu Archibald, and had lived in Poland since he was four years old. He was graduated from Poland Seminary High School, in 1930, where he was active in athletics. He attended Newberry College in North Carolina and was a member of Poland Presbyterian Church. Besides his wife, Alice Marie Giering Archibald, whom he married 9/15/1937, Mr. Archibald leaves a son Charles Thomas, His parents and a sister, Mrs. C. Lester Braman all of Poland. The body will arrive Saturday morning. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.

Notes for ALICE MARIE GIERING:

Obituary (From Melissa Archibald)

  Alice G. Giering Archibald, 81

POLAND-Service will be at 4 p.m. Saturday in Poland Presbyterian Church for Mrs. Alice G. ARCHIBALD, 81, of 27 Botsford Road, who died today in Hospice of Dayton while visiting relatives. Mrs. ARCHIBALD was born July 9, 1916, in Poland, a daughter of Chalres and Lottie MEREDITH GIERING, and was a lifelong area resident. She was a physical education teacher in Youngstown city schools for 30 years, retiring from Esast High School. A 1933 graduate of Poland Seminary High School, she was a 1937 graduate of Ohio University and received her master's degree from the University of Pittsburgh. She was a member of the church, its Mariner's Club and its Christian Women's Club. She also was a member of the Sekulta Club, the Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, the Alpha Xi Delta Soroity and the Friends of Poland Library, and was currnetly on the board of trustees of the Blackburn Home. Her husband, John O., died Sept. 14, 1944. She leaves three grandchildren, three nephews and two nieces. A son Tony, and two brothers, Lewis J. and Charles GIERING, are deceased. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Davis Funeral Home. Contributions may be made to the Tony Archibald Memorial Scholarship Fund at Poland Seminary High School, the church or Hospice of Dayton. [8-15-1997]

     

Child of JOHN ARCHIBALD and ALICE GIERING is:

81.         i.     CHARLES THOMAS7 ARCHIBALD, b. July 15, 1941, Youngstown, Ohio; d. January 21, 1990, East Palestine, Ohio.

 

60.  MARY WINIFRED6 TIPPETT (JOHN J.5, GRACE4 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born April 06, 1922, and died October 26, 2002 in Rochester, Beaver County, Pennsylvania.  She married DOMENIC MIGNANELLI in Beaver, Pennsylvania, son of SAMUEL MIGNANELLI and ALLESANDRA UNKNOWN.  He was born August 18, 1926.

 

Notes for MARY WINIFRED TIPPETT:

Clearfield Progress, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, August 17, 1937

   Miss Mary Tippett of Midland is spending some time visiting with Miss Jean Dahlin of West Houtzdale.

     

 

61.  LOIS MAE6 HOBAUGH (MABEL5 TIPPETT, GRACE4 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born March 16, 1923 in Leechburg, Armstrong County, PA, and died November 10, 1987.  She married JOHN HARVEY SPRAGG June 12, 1942 in Harrisville, Ohio.  He was born August 19, 1919 in Ohio.

 

Notes for LOIS MAE HOBAUGH:

Obituary

 Mount Pleasant---Services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at Wilson Funeral Home, Dillonvale, for Lois M Spragg, 64, wife of J Harvey Spragg of East Street. The Rev. John Sweitzer and the Rev. John R Walters will officiate and burial will follow in Olive Branch Cemetery, Harrisville. Mrs. Spragg died Thursday in Ohio Valley Medical Center, Wheeling. She was a volunteer at the East Ohio Regional Hospital, Martins Ferry, and a member of the Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church and the Westminster Guild. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are her mother, Mabel Tippett Hobaugh of Harrisville, four daughters, Mrs. Wayne [Judi] Roberts of Mount Pleasant, Mrs. Charles [Connie] Saffell of New Windsor, NY. Mrs. William [Mary] Sutton of Martins Ferry and Debbie Spragg of Columbus; two sisters, Mrs. Harold [Maxine] Rutledge of Carrollton and Mrs. Harold [Joann] Thoburn of Medina; and eight grandchildren. She was born March 16, 1923 in Leechburg, PA. She was preceded in death by her father, George Hobaugh. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2-9 today. Her favorite charities were the Jefferson County chapter of the American Cancer Society and the Jefferson County Public Library.

62.  MAXINE L.6 HOBAUGH (MABEL5 TIPPETT, GRACE4 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born December 07, 1924, and died July 06, 2000 in Harrison Community Hospital, Cadiz, Ohio.  She married (1) UNKNOWN TANNER.    She married (2) HAROLD RUTLEDGE. 

 

Notes for MAXINE L. HOBAUGH:

Obituary from the Canton Repository:

  Maxine L. Rutledge, age 75, of 428 North High Street, Carrollton, died Thursday, July 6, 2000 in Harrison Community Hospital, Cadiz, OH following a lengthy illness. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday in the Allmon-Dugger Hively Funeral Home in Carrollton. Burial will be in Westview Cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home 3-5 and 7-9 Monday with Eastern Star services at 8:30 p.m.

More About MAXINE L. HOBAUGH:

Burial: Westview Cemetery, Ohio

     

 

67.  DOLORES JEAN6 THOMPSON (DOROTHY ISABELLE5 TIPPETT, GRACE4 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born February 16, 1930 in Leechburg, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.  She married GILBERT MARIO FREILINO October 03, 1948 in GIlpin Township, Leechburg, PA, son of SECONDO FREILINO and ANGELA BARISONE.  He was born October 13, 1928 in Leechburg, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.

Marriage Notes for DOLORES THOMPSON and GILBERT FREILINO:

From a newspaper article saved by Dolores Freilino:

 

   Leechburg Area Couple Wed In Forks Parich Ceremony

   Rev. Frederick Stuber performed the single ring marriage rites uniting in wedlock Dolores Thompson, of Route 1, Leechburg, and Gilbert Freilino, son of Second Freilino, of Third Street, Leechburg, Saturday morning at 10,, in the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Forks Parish.

   Two large vases of asters served a church decorations.  Persons present at the ceremony included relatives and friends of the bride and bridegroom.

   Dolores' wedding outfit was a two-piece blue velvet dress.  She wore a brown hat with a blue veil that tied, bonnet style, under her chin and other brown accessories.  A yellow rose corsage complimented her dress.

   The bride's cousin, Janet Tippett, was maid of honor.  Her attire was a two-piece gray gabardine dress with black accessories and a red rose corsage.

   Best man was the bridegroom's brother, Armondo Freilino, of Leechburg.

   Miss Mary Paula Crafton, of Route 1, Leechburg, played the wedding march and appropriate music for the ceremony.

   Mrs. Thompson appeared at her daughter's wedding in a black and white print dress with black accessories.

   The bride's aunt gave a reception in her home, in Ice Pond road, for the bridal party.  Fifty guests were in attendance.  The tables were decorated with candles and flowers.  A three-tiered cake was cut in traditional fashion by the newlyweds.

   When they return from a one-week trip to Cook's Forest, Mr. and Mrs. Freilino will reside in the formers  fathers home, in Third street.

   Both bride and bridegroom were students of Leechburg High School.  Freilino is associated with his father as contractor.

   A shower for the bride was held in the Earl Freilino home, in Main street, Thursday evening.

  

Children of DOLORES THOMPSON and GILBERT FREILINO are:

92.         i.     KAREN LEE7 FREILINO, b. April 26, 1949, New Kensington, PA.

93.        ii.     DEBRA GAY FREILINO, b. March 15, 1952, Allegheny General Hospital, Natrona Heights, PA.

94.       iii.     GILBERT MARIO FREILINO II, b. August 24, 1958, New Kensington, PA.

68.  ROBERTA LEE6 THOMPSON (DOROTHY ISABELLE5 TIPPETT, GRACE4 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born August 18, 1931 in Leechburg, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.  She married (1) PHILIP JOSEPH SHEA January 02, 1954.  He was born Abt. 1930 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.  She married (2) JOHN R. VALLINO June 06, 1995, son of GIUSEPPE VALLINO and MARY TROGOLO.  He was born March 28, 1932.

  

69.  JOHN FRANK6 THOMPSON (DOROTHY ISABELLE5 TIPPETT, GRACE4 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born April 20, 1935 in Leechburg, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.  He married MARILYN ELAINE SHEARER December 12, 1959, daughter of HOWARD SHEARER and EVELYN TREAT.  She was born August 23, 1939.

   

70.  PATRICIA GAY6 THOMPSON (DOROTHY ISABELLE5 TIPPETT, GRACE4 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born October 07, 1936 in Leechburg, PA.  She married JOHN MILTON KENNEDY January 04, 1956, son of JOHN KENNEDY and ELLEN CONNER.  He was born October 26, 1932.

    

71.  JAMES ERROL6 THOMPSON (DOROTHY ISABELLE5 TIPPETT, GRACE4 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born December 04, 1938 in Leechburg, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, and died February 10, 1998 in Gilpin Township, Leechburg, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.  He married MARGARET BERRY.  She was born August 05, 1943.

 

More About JAMES ERROL THOMPSON:

Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Leechburg, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

73.  AUDREY LEAH7 CROCKER (JOHN6, AGNES5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born June 26, 1914 in Leechburg, Armstrong County, PA, and died March 13, 2004 in Greensburg, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.  She married ALFRED OTTENBERG.  He died 1996.

 

Notes for AUDREY LEAH CROCKER:

Audrey Ottenberg - Tribune-Review (3/16/2004)

  Leah Audrey Ottenberg, 89, of the Markle section of Allegheny Township, died Saturday, March 13, 2004, in Westmoreland Manor, Greensburg, where she had resided for the last eight years. Born June 26, 1914, in Leechburg, she was a daughter of the late John and Fern Snyder Crocker, and had lived in Kiski Valley most of her life. She was a graduate of Leechburg High School. Mrs. Ottenberg was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Vandergrift and enjoyed working puzzles, playing bingo, watercolor painting, reading, needlepoint, crocheting, arts and crafts, an avid card player and belonged to several 500 card clubs. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Alfred Ottenberg, in 1996; a sister, Betty Jackson; and a brother, John Crocker. Friends may call Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. in the DUNMIRE-KERR FUNERAL HOME INC., 244 Franklin Ave., Vandergrift, where services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Keith Deckinger officiating. Interment will be in Riverview Cemetery, Apollo.

 

          74.  CAROLYN LARUE7 CROCKER (WILLIAM ARCHIBALD6, AGNES5 ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born November 08, 1921 in Vandergrift, PA, and died January 10, 1999 in Natrona Heights, PA.