1. Julian D. Tebo. 1987. Page 1. "My birthplace was
in my maternal grandmother's house, with Dr. Briscoe Ransom officiating. I learned
later that Dr. Ransom had been a Confederate Army surgeon during the Civil War
(which had ended only 38 years before).".
2. Family History Dept., LDS.
3. Family History Dept., LDS.
4. Social Security Death Index. Ancestry.com.
5. Jay D. Tebo. Family Tree beginning with John A. Tebo.
6. Pages from the Family Bible of Elmer Edward Tebo.
7. Data added to Family Group Records by Dottie Bogart. "After
Mama May (Mary Ellen Pearl Tebo) died, mother (Mattie Jane Kendall Tebo) found
her marriage license. Mama May and Pop Pop (Elmer Edward Tebo) were married
June 6, 1899! My dad (Kenneth Pearl Tebo) was born September 19, 1899. ".
9. Farmers Advocate, Apr 5, 1924 Pg1 Col2.
10. H. Clay Evans, Commissioner. Circular Dated January 15,
11. Frank Hilliard, Secy., Cemetery Association. Photo of
Grave Marker in Hawthorn Cemetery.
12. Marleen Kovalchik. Pedigree Charts developed by Marleen
Kovalchik, dated July 5, 1998. 684 Altura Dr
Cocoa FL 32927
13. Historical Society of Clarion Co., PA. List of Redbank
Civil War participants interred in Alcola Cemetary.
14. Samuel P. Bates. Muster Roll 78th Pennsylvania Volunteers
Provided by US Army History Unit, Carlisle Barracks, Carlisle PA 17013-5008.
Broadfoot Publishing Company
Wilmington North Carolina
Printed by B. Singerly, State Printer, Harrisburg PA, 1869.
15. Handwritten letter from Mr. Hilliard, Secy. Hawthorn Cemetery
16. Letter from W. Adams to Paul G. Adams, 3/28/1939.
17. Telephone conversation with Betty Knell, 11/1/1998.
18. Obituary, Greensburg Tribune Herald, Apr 29, 1891.
19. Compiled by Patricia Wainwright Collins, page 169. Marriages
and Deaths from the Cambria Tribune, 1881 - 1885, Volume 5.
20. Westmoreland County PA.
21. Family Tree Maker internet site
22. compiled and edited by Guy L. Keesecker, 197?, copyright
G. L. Keesecker.
23. Julian D. Tebo. 1987.
24. Berkeley County Historical Society. page 34.
25. Julian D. Tebo, private papers. A handwritten listing
of the children of John H. Drenner and Susan Miller.
26. Marriage notice in the Frederick (MD) Examiner
6 June 1877.
27. Julian D. Tebo. 1987. "My maternal grandmother,
Susan, was the second wife of Luther William Pearl (1841 - 1903), who, as his
oldest daughter, Carrie Leanna Pearl Owings (1865 - 1956) told me, came from
the Frederick MD area (Adamstown). Luther's first wife was Emily McBee (1844
- 1872), who died of Smallpox in Martinsburg WV in 1872, 27 years and ten months
of age. As I understand it, my grandfather and a colored man were the only ones
who would touch the body, and took it to the cemetery in Martinsburg for burial.
In 1877, while a B&O railroad conductor, Luther Pearl met and married Susan
Drenner, my maternal grandmother.".
28. Berkeley County Historical Society. page 34.
29. Census 1900, WV Jefferson Co., Harper's Ferry.
30. Morrow, Carroll W., letter 3 March 1999.
31. Farmer's Advocate, 11/19/1910 Pg2Col4.
32. Obituary, Ethel P. Morrow.
33. Marriage Certificate - JH Heuser/Catherine Keiling.
34. Louise Glinkerman Jordan. Brief history of Charles Stewart
written at family reunion August 16, 1934. Update March 1963 is "signed"
by Louise Glinkerman Jordan.
35. CD#193, Disk 1, "County and Family Histories: Pennsylvania,
1740 - 1900", page 1110. Broderbund Software, c. 1998.
36. Armstrong Co. Genealogy Club. Marriage License
Book 1, Page 267
License #268. ACGC, Armstrong Co., PA Fall 1998, p. 6.
37. Michael S. Caldwell, transcriber. Listing of the West
View Cemetery, Fairfield Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA. USGENWEB Project, Pennsylvania,
38. Westmoreland County, 8 Administration, Page 33.
39. Ledger Entry, West View Cemetery Association.
40. Westmoreland County PA.
41. 1880 Census, Fairfield Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.
42. 1900 Census, Westmoreland Co., Fairfield Twp.
43. 1870 Census, Fairfield Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.
44. 1850 Census, Fairfield Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA.
45. Jay D. Tebo. Family Tree beginning with John A. Tebo.
46. Obituary, May 4, 1906 Martinsburg Statesman.
47. Berkeley County Historical Society.
48. Barb Pick email@example.com. Genealogical notes on
Conrad and Lewis Frankenberger descendants, including Amanda V. Frankenberry.
49. Kenneth T. Frankenberry. "A Short History of the
Frankenberger Frankenberry Frankenbery Family". Kenneth T. Frankenberry,
50. Berkeley County Historical Society.
51. Martinsburg Herald, March 22, 1902.
52. Census for Buckeystown MD near Adamsville.
53. An entry under Deaths is for Elizabeth Pearl, June 18,
1875, aged 70 years, 1 month and 24 days presumed to be the mother of William
54. E-mail from D. Smith dated 2/6/1999 Re: Raleigh Domer.
55. Cynthia H. Smith. Internet Web Page http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Ridge/7028/millerreg1.html
First, Second and Third Generations
Descendants of Bernhart Miller (1722 - 1792) and Maria Eva Muller (1724 - 1802).
56. Joyce Sherry Family Tree 06/22/98.
57. Genealogical notes on Conrad Frankenberger descendants.
58. Miller, Bud Private communication.
59. Marriage Register, Frederick Co., MD.
60. Julian D. Tebo. 1987.
61. Old Graveyards of Northampton County.
62. CD #166, Broderbund Software, Inc. c. 1997.
63. Brent H. Pick. Family Tree maker's Genealogy Site, User
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