Searching for Emma J. Eshenbaugh Bruner , b. 1846 in Pennsylvania. She married John A. Bruner and had children Elizabeth b. 1867 and Henry b. 1869. According to John Bruner's Civil War Pension file, Emma had not been seen for 29 years - 1892. Linda Pazics Kleback
This week Ancestry completed most of the revisions of Rootsweb Mailing Lists. It’s great to have the lists available again! Since it’s been many months since we were able to share information, I’d like everyone to post something about your Eshenbaugh research to get us started. Linda Pazics Kleback Eshenbaugh List Administrator
I've "rescued" an old photograph of a young boy identified as the son of Osro PEOPLES. The photograph was taken at the Schlotterback Studio in Elkhart, IN sometime in the 1890's. The young boy in the photograph appears to be about 4-5 years old at the time. Based on limited research I was able to locate the following information regarding the boy: Lloyd Everett PEOPLES was b. 9 Jan 1894 in Elkhart, IN to parents Francis Ozrow PEOPLES (b. 23 Aug 1869- d. 3 Jul 1955 in San Diego, CA) and Mary B. or E. ESHENBAUGH (b. 1869-1871). Lloyd registered for the draft in 1917 when he was living in Elkhart, IN, listed as single with a 2 ½ year old child to support, he was working for the Railroad as a Yard Switchman at that time. Lloyd was living in Elkhart, IN in 1942 when he registered for the draft, listing his closest relative as F. O. PEOPLES of Hillsdale, MI. Census records provide the following details: 1900 census of Elkhart City, IN: Francis O. PEOPLES, age 30, born Aug 1869, married 7 years, born IN, parents born OH/IN, a Railroad Brakeman Mary B. PEOPLES, wife, age 30, born Jun 1869, married 7 years, 1 child/1 living, born IN, parents born PA/IN Lloyd E. PEOPLES, son, age 6, born Jan 1894, born IN 1920 census of Elkhart, IN: Lloyd C. PEOPLES, age 26, born IN, parents born IN, a Railroad Switchman Sarah M. PEOPLES, wife, age 26, born IN, parents born USA 1930 census of Elkhart, IN: Lloyd E. PEOPLES, age 35, newly married, born IN, parents born IN, a Steam Railroad Conductor Hazel B. PEOPLES, wife, age 26, newly married, born IN, parents born IN Billy James KURTZ, step-son, age 7, born IN + 1 Lodger Francis O. PEOPLES, age 60, married at age 25, born IN, parents born OH/IN, a Steam Railroad Brakeman Mary E. PEOPLES, wife, age 60, married at age 25, born IN, parents born PA/OH Claude C. PEOPLES, grandson, age 15, born IN, parents born IN 1940 census of Elkhart, IN: Lloyd E. PEOPLES, age 47, born IN, a Railroad Yardman Hazel B. PEOPLES, wife, age 36, born IN Billy J. KURTZ, son, age 17, born IN, Retail Store Worker I am hoping to locate someone from this PEOPLES Family so that the photograph can be returned to the care of family. If you are a member of this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me. Thanks, Shelley
You should have received an email from Rootsweb by now detailing the fact that they are changing list software and the mailing lists will be migrated over by groups. When our list migrated you SHOULD have received a new standard welcome letter for this list, but the new system doesn't always seem to be sending these out. As the lists are migrated over, you will no longer have to add the -L when sending an email to the list. You only need to address your email as [email protected] with XXXX being replaced with the name of the list. FOR AOL USERS: After these lists are migrated it is imperative for AOL users to check your Spam folders. If you find list mail there then please be sure to CLICK THE *THIS IS NOT SPAM* link to send the list mail to the inbox. It is VERY important to help train the filters and let AOL know that this new server can be trusted. If you have any questions feel free to ask, and we will figure it out together. Thanks for your patience during this migration to the new server. Linda Pazics Kleback List Administrator
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Surnames: Eshenbaugh, Johns, Cornman Classification: Obituary Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/hJV.2ACEB/16 Message Board Post: From the VALLEY NEWS DISPATCH, Tarentum, PA, Saturday, 23 May 1981, p. B-2: PAIL ESHENBAUGH, FREEPORT Paul A. Eshenbaugh, 21, 149 Horseshoe Drive, Freeport, died yesterday (May 22, 1981) at 3:50 p.m. at Allegheny Valley Hospital, Natrona Heights, after a motorcycle accident. He was born in Natrona Heights on May 24, 1959, to Russell and Ella Johns Eshenbaugh. He was employed as a plasterer's helper by Schreckengost Plastering of Freeport for four years. He was a member of Shrader Grove United Presbyterian Church. He graduated from Lenape Vo-Tech in 1977. Besides his wife, Debbie Cornman Eshenbaugh, survivors include his parents of Freeport; a son, Jason B.; four brothers, Danny of Sarver, Ronald, Gary, and Glenn of Freeport. Friends are being received in the Richard L. Redmond Funeral Home, Sixth at High Streets, Freeport, today from 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Freeport Cemetery Chapel with his pastor, the Rev. August Thalman, officiating. His family requests donations be made to Shrader Grove United Presbyterian Church in his memory. Burial will be in Freeport Cemetery.
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/hJV.2ACEB/188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.1 Message Board Post: Will try to get her daughter's address for you, that way you can find out what you need from a direct source. Will give you my e-mail address. [email protected]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/hJV.2ACEB/220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168 Message Board Post: Yes. The simplest way to explain it is that her father was my great grandmother's brother.
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/hJV.2ACEB/22.214.171.124.1.1.1 Message Board Post: Yes I do, will look for it Wed. She just died, she has a daughter still in Wi and one in Cal. Her son John has been died for a couple of years. Are you related to her?
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/hJV.2ACEB/126.96.36.199.1.1 Message Board Post: Do you have any kind of information about her?
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/hJV.2ACEB/188.8.131.52.1 Message Board Post: Lucille Spencer Eschenbauch was my Aunt by marriage.
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Surnames: ESHBAUGH Classification: Bible Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/hJV.2ACEB/15 Message Board Post: Dear Eschbaugh Family members, I was on EBAY tonight (5 Sep 2005) and found a beautiful 1800's ESHBAUGH Family bible there with four pages of family history included. It makes me sick to think that these old bibles go to someone outside the family, so I'm letting you know about it. There is about 2 days left on the auction. Description is direct from the entry: "Ebay Item 7347610742 This auction is for a vintage copy of the family record or history that we found recently in an estate in Western Pennsylvania. The history is for the ESHBAUGH family. Four pages are included. You can see how many entries are in the record. Entries date from 1859 through the early 1900's." If one of you gets the bible, please let me know. I will be thrilled for you! I just wish MY family had kept a family bible...but I'll keep looking. Gail Deck, Minden, NV A fellow genealogist
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Surnames: Eshenbaugh, Hotham, Woodward, Thompson, Sample, Higgins, Miller, Bakulich, John Classification: Death Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/hJV.2ACEB/14 Message Board Post: From the VALLEY DAILY NEWS, Tarentum, PA, Thursday, 30 March 1950, pp. 1 and 16: MINER KILLED INSTANTLY ON HIGHWAY...SOUTH BUFFALO MAN HIT BY AUTO A South Buffalo Township miner was killed instantly last evening at 8:32 as he walked into the path of an automobile near the intersection of Highways 28 and 128, two and a half miles north of Freeport. The victim is John Alfred Eshenbaugh, 30, who lived on the Baynard Way farm in South Buffalo Township. The man was struck by a 1948 Buick sedan driven by Dr. H. DeVere Hotham, Freeport physician. Dr. Hotham, state police said, has been absolved from blame in the accident. DEATH 'ACCIDENTAL' - Armstrong County Coroner Charles M. Woodward said today after investigation the death was "accidental" and he indicated there would be no inquest held. State police said no arrest would be made. Russell Eshenbaugh, a brother of the victim, arrived at the scene in a truck shortly after the accident. He told police John had gone to see a motion picture in Freeport and was on his way home. Whether he had walked from Freeport or had taken a bus to the intersection of Highways 28 and 128 was not determined today. However, Dr. Hotham told police that the man "came from nowhere" and walked in front of his automobile. He said it happened so quickly he was unable to avoid hitting the man. SKULL FRACTURED - Police said the man died instantly of a fracture [sic] skull, severe internal injuries and shock. The body was thrown to the East side of the road. Dr. Hotham, police said, was proceeding south when his car hit the man. The radiator of the Hotham automobile was pushed against the fanbelt and Dr. Hotham was taken to Freeport by a friend who stopped at the scene. The accident occurred opposite the home of C.D. Thompson along the Kittanning road. One of the first persons to be summoned was South Buffalo Township Justice of the Peace Joseph J. Sample, who called state police in Kittanning and Coroner Woodward. EMPLOYED BY SARVER COAL - Eshenbaugh was employed in the Coal Hollow mine of Sarver Coal Co. near Sarverville and was unmarried. Born in Bagdad, Westmoreland County, Mr. Eshenbaugh leaves his parents Lewis and Elsie Eshenbaugh; seven brothers: Lewis, Roy, Charles, Thomas and Donald, all at home; Robert of Freeport, and Russell, of Buffalo Township. Five sisters also survive. They are Mrs. Rose Higgins, of Tarentum; Mrs. Gladys Miller, of Route 1, Sarver; Mrs. Louella Bakulich, Richmond, Cal., Mrs. Grace John, of Buffalo Township, and Miss Ruth Eshenbaugh, at home. Friends are being received in the Turner-Lloyd Funeral Home, Freeport, after 10 tomorrow morning. Funeral arrangements will be announced tomorrow. From the VALLEY DAILY NEWS, Tarentum, PA, Friday, 31 March 1950, p. 28: ESHENBAUGH - On Wednesday, March 29, 1950, John Alfred Eshenbaugh, 30, of South Buffalo Township. Friends received in the Turner-Lloyd funeral home, 601 High st., Freeport, where services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment Brookland Cemetery.
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Surnames: Eshenbaugh, Ugoletti, Gilley, Schaefer, Beck, Kraay, Chatary Classification: Obituary Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/hJV.2ACEB/13 Message Board Post: From the VALLEY NEWS DISPATCH, Tarentum, PA, Monday, 25 June 1984, p. A-6: GUY C. ESHENBAUGH, RUSSELLTON - Guy C. Eshenbaugh, 25, of Superior Road, Russellton, died Saturday (June 23, 1984) at 12:49 p.m. in Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, after sustaining injuries in an auto accident in Clarion County. Born July 28, 1948, in Harrison Township, he was the son of Rose Mary Ugoletti Eshenbaugh of Russellton and the late Alfred N. Eshenbaugh. Mr. Eshenbaugh was a lifetime resident of this area. A 1978 graduate of Highlands High School, he was an avid sportsman. He had served in the Army from 1980 to 1984 with the 55th Engineering Company at Fort Riley, Kan. In addition to his mother, survivors include five sisters, Mrs. Brent (Christine) Gilley of Anchorage, Alaska, Ruth Ann Schaefer of Russellton, Mrs. George (Barbara) Beck of Parks Township, Mrs. Eugene (Rose Marie) Kraay of St. Peters, Mo., and Mrs. Edith Chatary of Russellton; seven brothers, John H., George T. and Timothy M., all at home, Leroy R. and Terry L. of Brackenridge, Alfred N. of Millvale, and James of Russellton; and several nieces and nephews. Friends will be received today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 in the Robert E. Peters Funeral Home, 1521 Freeport Road, Natrona Heights. Services will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the funeral home with Rev. John T. Sweeney of St. Mary Roman Catholic Church, Freeport, officiating. Burial will follow in Brookland Cemetery, Allegheny Township. A military funeral service will be performed by members of the Tarentum VFW Post 5758.
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Surnames: Eshenbaugh, Waldenville, Miller, Johns Classification: Obituary Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/hJV.2ACEB/12 Message Board Post: From the VALLEY NEWS DISPATCH, Tarentum, PA, Wednesday, 6 July 1994, p. A-4: RUSSELL ESHENBAUGH, SOUTH BUFFALO -- Russell Eshenbaugh, 68, of South Buffalo, died at 4:30 p. m. Monday (July 4, 1994) in Allegheny Valley Hospital, Natrona Heights, Harrison. He was born April 29, 1926, in Bagdad. He was a World War II Navy veteran. Mr. Eshenbaugh was a track foreman for 45 years at Conrail Railroad, Leechburg, before retiring in 1987. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way and the U.S. Navy Armed Guard of Pittsburgh. Survivors include his wife, Ella R. Johns Eshenbaugh; four sons, Ronald and Danny Eshenbaugh of Winfield, Gary Eshenbaugh of Jefferson City and Glenn Eshenbaugh of Buffalo Township; 13 grandchildren; two brothers, Thomas Eshenbaugh of Altoona and Donald Eshenbaugh of Buffalo Township; and a sister, Mrs. George (Gladys) Miller of Buffalo Township. He was preceded in death by a son, Paul A. Eshenbaugh; his parents, Lewis and Elsie Mary Waldenville Eshenbaugh; six brothers; and seven sisters. Private services will be conducted today in the RICHARD L. REDMOND FUNERAL HOME, Sixth and High streets, Freeport, by the Rev. Lea Austin, pastor of Srader Grove United Presbyterian Church, South Buffalo. Burial will be in Union Cemetery, South Buffalo.
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Surnames: Eschenbach, Spencer Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/hJV.2ACEB/184.108.40.206 Message Board Post: I am a looking for a Lucille Spencer. She was born in Presque Isle, Vilas Co., WI, around 1910. My mother told me that she married a John Eschenbach and they had at least three children, Nancy, Barbara and Johnny. Anyone out there at all familiar with this line?
>From the VALLEY NEWS DISPATCH, Tarentum, PA, 2 March 1992, p. A-4: ROSE M. HIGGINS, TARENTUM - Rose M. Eshenbaugh Higgins, 79, of Rachel Carson Hall, Tarentum, died Saturday (Feb. 29, 1992) at 8:55 a.m. in Citizens General Hospital, New Kensington. Born July 5, 1912, in Bagdad, Gilpin, she lived in the Tarentum area all her life. Mrs. Higgins was a member of Central Presbyterian Church in Tarentum. She enjoyed playing cards, gardening and dining out. Survivors include a son, Donald G. Higgins of Natrona Heights, Harrison; three grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; three brothers, Donald, Russell and Thomas Eshenbaugh; and a sister, Mrs. George (Gladys) Miller of Freeport. Mrs. Higgins was preceded in death by her husband, Harry Higgins in 1980; a son, Robert E. Higgins; her parents, Charles L. and Elsie Waldenville Eshenbaugh; and 13 brothers and sisters. Relatives and friends will be received today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. in the ALBERT H. DUSTER AND SONS FUNERAL HOME, 10th Avenue at Corbet Street, Tarentum, where services will be conducted Tuesday at 11 a.m. by her pastor, the Rev. Harry C. Coleman Jr. Burial will be private.
I am seeking more information on Samuel G Eschenbach, who is my 3rd great grandfather. We are told that he was born in 1810 in Pennsylvania, the son of Andrew and Susannah (Susan) FINK ESCHENBACH. Samuel was married to Asenith Leffler and they had eleven children, John, Sarah (b.15 Jul 1846), Susan, Charles, Arabella, Isabella, Joseph and Martha. His daughter, Sarah, is my 2nd great grandmother. She married Levi Houser and is buried in Pleasant Hill Cem., Hughesville, Lycoming, PA. We have no date of death (or birth for that matter only the year) and where he might be buried. Any information at all would be greatly appreciated. Patty ==== Psalms 118:8 (NKJV) "It is better to trust in the Lord than to put confidence in man."
Hello! I am new to this particular list. My name is Jon Prain. I am descended from Andrew (Andreas) Eschenbach (#1) the Moravian Missionary (born. in Naumburg, Saxony in 1710 and died in Berks County PA in. 1763) and Andrew's first wife Johanna Catharina Muntz (Mintz, Mintzer, etc.). I am descended through their son Andrew Eschenbach (# 2)--born Berks County PA in 1745 and died in Monroe, County PA. 1833. Andrew # 2 was PROBABLY married twice--first to an Elizabeth Zimmerman and then to a Susannah Fink. (Debate and speculation about his wives is almost certain!!) Andrew # 2 had a son Joseph Eschenbach (b. 1807 in Monroe County?, Pennsylvania). Married to Maria Gilbert in PA and moved to Wisconsin c. 1843. Died in Wausau, Wisconsin (Marathon County) in 1887. Joseph and Maria (Gilbert) Eschenbach had a daughter Delilah Eschenbach (b. 1842 in PA and died 1913 in Marathon County, Wisconsin.). Delilah married Henry Lucas Pearce in Portage County, Wisconsin in 1860.. Delilah (Eschenbach) Pearce and Henry Lucas Pearce had a daughter, Alice Letitia Pearce (1864-1938). Alice L. Pearce married John G. Prain Sr. (in Marathon County, Wisconsin). Their son was John G. Prain Jr. (1893-1964) m. Ella Treptow. Their son was Warren C. Prain (1923-1983) m. Irene Schael. I am their son, Jon R. Prain (b. 1961 in Marathon, County Wisconsin). I have done a good bit of research on this family--but I am always in need of new and improved data. I am willing to correspond and exchange ideas and research. Glad to be with you all! Jon Prain
My great great grandparents are Levi Houser (b 1845 in Sciota, PA d 1919 in Jonestown, PA buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Hughesville,PA) and Sarah Eschenbach (b 1846 in Locust Ridge, PA d 1924 in Sciota PA buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Hughesville PA) They had three children .2 females and 1 male. I am seeking information regarding their parents. Levis parents were Joseph Houser and (?) Gower. Sarahs parents were Samuel Greenleaf Eschenbach and Asenith Leffler. I have no other information. Thanks you, Patty Outgoing mail is certified virus - free......It has been Checked by 2003 Norton anti-virus system
My third great grandfather is Samuel Greenleaf Eschenbach, his wife is Asenith Leffler. I have no dates for them. They had 8 children .Sarah, Charlie, Joseph, Arabella, Isabella, Martha and two other girl childs. Arabella and Isabella were twins. Sarah (my 2nd great grandmother)married Levi Houser; Arabella married #1 DeHaven and #2 Ed Selzer, Martha married a Swink. Does anyone have any more information on this family. Outgoing mail is certified virus - free......It has been Checked by 2003 Norton anti-virus system