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    1. ([PAERIE])Institute Registration Dates in February: IGHR, GRIP, Gen-Fed
    2. Elissa Scalise Powell, CG, CGL
    3. IGHR is opening its registration this Saturday, Feb. 1 for the 13 courses offered July 26-31, 2020. The courses are held on the University of Georgia conference center in Athens, Georgia. Check them out at <https://ighr.gagensociety.org/> https://ighr.gagensociety.org/. You will see many of the same instructors as you see at other institutes and conferences. Gen-Fed has one course of 40 people taught at the National Archives in Washington, DC. Their registration opens on Saturday, February 22 for the forty seats. See <http://www.gen-fed.org/gen-fed-2020/> http://www.gen-fed.org/gen-fed-2020/ GRIP registration opens one week from today on Wednesday, Feb. 5 for the 20 different courses being offered this summer in three separate weeks in Pittsburgh. These courses are very popular so pay attention to the time that each week opens. (But don't be afraid of the wait list since we do accommodate most of it.) You can get the details at <http://www.GRIPitt.org/registration> www.GRIPitt.org/registration which was just revamped yesterday. So if you have read it before look again. There is new material there including a PDF of screen shots of the registration process. Each course has 18 sessions which are detailed along with any pre-requisites under the course name at <http://www.GRIPitt.org/courses> www.GRIPitt.org/courses. You can see that the last thing for each course is time to hand out certificates of attendance. GRIP is the most economical of the institute experiences with on-campus rooms and meals included in the housing package. The in-person experience means you not only benefit from the instructors' knowledge but the other students as well since you have all chosen the same course because of the same interest. There is a lot of camaraderie, sharing, and networking that benefits you even after you have left campus. Take a look at the courses and make your list of which one(s) you want to take from the top instructors in our field. These are the people you are reading their blogs and books and can give you insight into the subject that would take months or years to assimilate in other learning methods. If you want to learn on an accelerated path then institutes should be high on your priority list. See you there! -- Elissa Elissa Scalise Powell, Certified GenealogistR, Certified Genealogical Lecturer(SM) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania <http://www.powellgenealogy.com/> www.PowellGenealogy.com <http://www.gripitt.org/> www.GRIPitt.org - 20 different genealogy courses offered in 3 weeks: 21-26 June 2020, 6-10 July 2020, and 19-24 July 2020 in Pittsburgh, PA

    01/29/2020 03:58:33
    1. ([PAERIE])List closing down 2 March 2020 and replacement List starting now
    2. W David Samuelsen
    3. Begining March 2nd, 2020 the Mailing Lists functionality on RootsWeb will be discontinued. Users will no longer be able to send outgoing emails or accept incoming emails.  Additionally, administration tools will no longer be available to list administrators and mailing lists will be put into an archival state.  Administrators may save the emails in their list prior to March 2nd. After that, mailing list archives will remain available and searchable on RootsWeb In light of above annoucement few days ago. New list set up to cover entire state as the start. https://groups.io/g/Pennsylvania-Gen You can see the description of the list Two ways to join scroll down to blue button "Join this Group" or Pennsylvania-Gen+subscribe@groups.io <mailto:Pennsylvania-Gen+subscribe@groups.io> David Samuelsen

    01/13/2020 12:09:21
    1. ([PAERIE])Re: An Invitation to Join a Great Group!
    2. Anne Lurie
    3. Thank you for the invitation, Rick. I just submitted a join request. You might want to edit the group description, as it currently includes instructions for joining a Rootsweb mailing list. Anne Lurie > On Jan 12, 2020, at 4:22 PM, Richard Berkheiser <ricksbookshelf@gmail.com> wrote: > > Hi everyone! > > > > By now I’m sure everyone has heard the sad news Rootsweb Mailing Lists will > be disabled March 2, 2020. All lists will be archived for future > researchers. > > > > Today I wanted to extend an Invitation to join our nearly 800 members > strong Facebook group Pennsylvania Dutch Life. Debra Orner and I decided > to welcome all of the list users to come over and join us! We discuss a > little bit of everything. PA Dutch culture and heritage, area history, > announcements of local events, and genealogical topics. > > > > Below is the link. > > > > https://www.facebook.com/groups/107084541429/?epa=SEARCH_BOX > > > > All we ask is your Facebook profile have a face picture. > > > > Hope to see you soon! > > > > Rick B > > PADL Group Owner and Admin > > _______________________________________________ > ==== PAERIE Mailing List ==== > PAERIE@rootsweb.com > > To contact the List Administrator: > Rick Berkheiser, PAERIE-owner@rootsweb.com > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/paerie@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    01/13/2020 06:06:37
    1. ([PAERIE])An Invitation to Join a Great Group!
    2. Richard Berkheiser
    3. Hi everyone! By now I’m sure everyone has heard the sad news Rootsweb Mailing Lists will be disabled March 2, 2020. All lists will be archived for future researchers. Today I wanted to extend an Invitation to join our nearly 800 members strong Facebook group Pennsylvania Dutch Life. Debra Orner and I decided to welcome all of the list users to come over and join us! We discuss a little bit of everything. PA Dutch culture and heritage, area history, announcements of local events, and genealogical topics. Below is the link. https://www.facebook.com/groups/107084541429/?epa=SEARCH_BOX All we ask is your Facebook profile have a face picture. Hope to see you soon! Rick B PADL Group Owner and Admin

    01/12/2020 02:22:10
    1. ([PAERIE])Mabie Family of Erie, Fairview, and Tionesta
    2. Family Email
    3. Desparetly trying to find the parents of Colby D Mabie  (ca 1826-1882)  [sometimes called Charles D Mabie or C D Mabie] who was born about 1826, somewhere in New York, in the Erie, PA  by 1850. He married Elizabeth M Neal and had two children Harry Clyde Mabie and Frank Eugene Mabie He may have separated from Elizabeth in the early 1870's, but the family stayed in touch.  When he died, his sons brought him back to Erie for burial in the Neal Plot of Fairview Cemetery. below is a family profile: Colby D. Mabie^1 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.1> M, #27721, b. circa 1826, d. 23 February 1882 Name Variation Colby D. Mabie was also known as Charles D.^2 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.2> Birth* circa 1826 He was born circa 1826 at New York.^3 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.3> Marriage* 22 May 1850 He married Elizabeth M. Neal <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#i27722> on 22 May 1850 at Erie County, Pennsylvania. "Married On Wednesday, the 22d ult., by Rev. D. Smith of Girard, Mr. Colbey Mabie and Miss Elizabeth M. Neal both of Fairview."^4 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.4> Census* 24 November 1850 Colby D. Mabie appeared on the census of 24 November 1850 at Fairview Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania. Colby Maby, 26, M, Teamster, NY.^5 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.5> Census* 1 June 1860 Colby D. Mabie and Elizabeth M. Neal appeared on the census of 1 June 1860 at Conneautville Borough, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. Charles D. Mabie, 34, M, Staging, NY, $2000, $1000 Elizabeth Mabie, 33, F, PA, $1200, — Frank E. Mabie, 9, F, PA, attended school Harry C. Mabie, 2, F, PA.^6 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.6> Census 4 June 1870 Colby D. Mabie and Elizabeth M. Neal appeared on the census of 4 June 1870 at Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania. Charles D. Mabie, 43, M, W, Hotel Keeper, $15000, $4000, NY Elizabeth Mabie, 37, F, W, Keeping House, $1000, —, PA, mother foreign born Frank Mabie, 19, M, W, Clerk in Hotel, PA Harry C. Mabie, 11, M, W, Attending School, PA.^7 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.7> Note* 24 June 1874 Sheriff's Sales Daniel S Knox vs Elizabeth Mabie and Charles D Mabie, her husband, owners or reputed owners, and Charles D Mabie, contractor, to wit: The said building is located in the Borough of Tionesta in the County of Forest, and the State of Pennsylvania, on Lots numbered 58, 59, and 60 in the plot of G G Sickles, said lots fronting on Elm street and bounded on the east by said Elm street: the said building is a two story storied frame building 32' 9" in length and 20' 7" in width [This building was to replace to the Holmes House hotel destroyed by fire on Dec 10, 1872] on 24 June 1874 at Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania.^8 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.8> Divorce* circa 1875 Colby D. Mabie and Elizabeth M. Neal were divorced circa 1875.^9 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.9> Death* 23 February 1882 Colby D. Mabie died on 23 February 1882 at Kinzua, Warren County, Pennsylvania.^10 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.10> oObit* 1 March 1882 On 1 March 1882 at Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania, Colby's obituary read: It is with sincere regrets that we are called upon to chronicle the sudden death of Mr Charles D Mabie, which took place at Kinzua, Warren county, Pa, on Thursday, Feb 23, 1882. His complaint was pneumonia, and he lived but a few days after he was attacked. He had written to his family but a few days previous, stating that his health was good, and that he was succeeding nicely. His two sons, Frank and Harry arrived shortly after his death, and conveyed his remains to Fairview, Erie county, where the funeral took place, and he was laid to rest in the cemetery beside other relatives, gone before. Mr Mabie was well known throughout this section of the country, and at one time was one of the most successful businessmen in Cranford county, where he spent the greater portion of his life, principally in the hotel business, in which he had few equals.... Although 58 years of age when he died he worked hard up to the day he was taken sick.      The Forest Republican (Tionesta, Pennsylvania), 01 Mar 1882, Wed, Page 4 Mr Chas D Mabie who will be remembered by many of our citizens as proprietor of the Power House in this place (Conneautville) a score of years ago, died in Kinzua, Warren county, on Thursday of last week, of pneumonia, after a brief illness. He was a resident of Erie, where he leaves a wife, a sister of Mr S. D. Neal, of this place, and two sons, Frank and Harry Mabie. The remains were interred at Fairview on Saturday.      The Conneautville Courier and Record (Conneautville, Pennsylvania), 03 Mar 1882, Fri, Page 3.^11 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.11> Burial* He and Elizabeth M. Mabie were buried at Fairview Cemetery, Fairview, Erie County, Pennsylvania.^12 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.12> Family Elizabeth M. Neal <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#i27722> b. 7 Sep 1827, d. 16 May 1910 Children * Frank Eugene Mabie <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#i27723>^13 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.13> b. 8 Apr 1851, d. 8 Mar 1903 * Harry Clyde Mabie <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#i27724>*+*^14 <https://maybeesociety.org/MaySoc/g0/p925.htm#c27721.14> b. 29 Jul 1858, d. 14 May 1931

    08/05/2019 12:29:05
    1. ([PAERIE])HENDERSON Family Photograph
    2. Shelley Cardiel
    3. I've "rescued" an old photograph identified as Mrs. HENDERSON which was taken at the J. W. Press Studio in Girard, PA. The photograph appears to have been taken in the 1880's with Mrs. HENDERSON appearing to be in her 20's or 30's at the time it was taken. I believe that this is a photograph of Martha DUNN HENDERSON of Girard, PA. Based on limited research I was able to gather the following information regarding Martha and her family. Martha DUNN was b. 9 Dec 1842 in Erie, PA to parents John DUNN (1807-1891) and Eliza Ann REEDE or REED (1813-1899). Martha had 10 siblings including, Henry Clay; Harriett; George Wilbur; Helen Frances; Lincon A.; Mary Augusta; Ledia A.; Henrietta "Etta"; Eliza Jane "Jennie"; and Simeon DUNN all born between 1834 and 1852. Martha married Jesse A. HENDERSON (1840-1867) and together they had three children including, Lovina; Charles; and Albert L. HENDERSON all born between 1863 and 1865. Martha appears to have married a second time to James HENDERSON (b. 1842) and they had a daughter Cora or Cory E. HENDERSON (1873-1951). Martha died 10 Dec 1911 in Girard, PA and is buried in the Erie Cemetery in Erie, PA. Census records provide the following details: 1880 census of Girard, PA: James HENDERSON, age 37, Express Co. Agent, born PA, Mother born PA Martha HENDERSON, wife, age 37, Keeping House, born PA, parents born PA/NY Cory E. HENDERSON, dau, age 6, born PA 1900 census of Girard, PA: Helen F. DUNN, age 59, born PA, parents born PA/NY, a Milliner Eliza Jane DUNN, sister, age 51, born PA, parents born PA/NY, a School Teacher Martha HENDERSON, sister, age 57, a widow, 1 child/1 living, born PA, parents born PA/NY, a House Keeper Cora E. HENDERSON, niece, age 26, born PA, parents born PA, a School Teacher 1910 census of Girard, PA: Helen F. DUNN, age 68, born PA, parents born PA/NY, Own Income Eliza Jennie DUNN, sister, age 60, born PA, parents born PA/NY, Own Income Martha A. HENDERSON, sister, age 67, a widow, 1 child/1 living, born PA, parents born PA/NY Cora E. HENDERSON, niece, age 36, born PA, parents born PA, a Public School Teacher I am hoping to locate someone from Martha's family so that this wonderful old 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

    06/09/2019 07:06:02
    1. Re: Erie City and South Erie Iron Works
    2. Hello listers! I looked in Nelson's and found very little info on the Iron works but here is what it said. Erie City Iron Works (engines and boilers), East avenue and Lake Shore R.R. John H. Bliss, President; Geo. D. Selden, Vice-President; E.P. Selden, Treasurer; Geo. T. Bliss, Secretary; H.R. Barnhurst, General Superintendent. Established in 1833. After numerous changes, purchased by George Selden and John H. Bliss in 1864. These gentlemen organized the present company. Original works at State and Twelfth streets. Present site purchased in 1880. Buildings erected same year. South Erie Iron Works (stoves and general iron work), 1917 Peach street; branch foundry Twenty-sixth and Maple streets. R. Liebel, President; J.G. Liebel, Secretary; A.K. Acheson, Treasurer. Established by Adam Acheson and William Henry on Peach Street, in 1858. Incorporated under present name in 1868. Buildings on Peach street erected in 1871 to 1891; buildins at Twenty-sixth and Maple streets erected 1885 to 1887. Principal stockholders, R. Liebel, J.G. Liebel, A. K. Acheson, D.S. Clark, T.S. Alberstadt, H. Kalvelage, D.T. Jones, Mrs. Wm. Henry, Ph. Deifenbach, James Leask. I am sure this isn't exactly what you wanted but maybe it will help. Good Luck! Chris McClelland In a message dated Wed, 28 Jun 2000 6:28:17 AM Eastern Daylight Time, PAERIE-D-request@rootsweb.com writes: ______________________________ X-Message: #2 Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2000 15:38:25 -0700 From: tmjlljj@juno.com To: PAERIE-L@rootsweb.com Message-ID: <20000627.155111.-378157.2.tmjlljj@juno.com> Subject: Erie City Iron Works question Content-Type: text/plain Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Hi all, Does the Erie City Iron Works still exist? Where is/was it located and did it keep this name that applied in the 1890-1910 era? Thanks for any help. Best regards, David ______________________________ X-Message: #3 Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2000 21:01:57 EDT From: AMascharka@aol.com To: PAERIE-L@rootsweb.com Message-ID: <f4.54d2ef.268aa885@aol.com> Subject: South Erie Iron Works Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Hi eveyone, Just saw a request for information on Erie City Iron Works. Does anyone have any information on South Erie Iron Works? Audry >>

    07/01/2018 03:49:16
    1. ([PAERIE])Surname Roll Call: SMITH
    2. Seeking parents of Mary Jane Smith (1827-1904) who married Enoch Azam Kidder. She was born and raised in the Lockport, Erie County, PA area. According to her obituary, she came from a family of at least 12 children, 4 siblings still living in 1904. Was she a daughter of Henry (Harry) Smith (1802-1873), and a possible first wife, Elery, who died before his 8 Sep 1834 marriage to Rachel Coffman (1806-1880)? The Smith/Coffman marriage shows 9 children. Mary Jane Smith and Enoch Azam Kidder, both buried in Hope Cemetery, Lundys Lane/Wellsburg, are my paternal great great grandparents, and had three children: Ellery Kidder, Aurelia Rachael Kidder, and Inez Kidder.

    06/02/2018 09:42:13
    1. ([PAERIE])Fwd: Re: Surname Shout Out
    2. Dave Williams
    3. Does anyone know of, or have in their Tree, any of the three men listed - other than Richard Williams - that lost their lives in this explosion? Thanks! ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: <imagons@neo.rr.com> Date: Fri, Jun 1, 2018 at 6:11 PM Subject: Re: ([PAERIE])Re: Surname Shout Out To: paerie@rootsweb.com Cc: Dave Williams <daimaenan@gmail.com> Found newspaper article on Ancestry.com, posted by Gary Steadman:

    06/01/2018 04:49:37
    1. ([PAERIE])Re: Surname Shout Out
    2. Found newspaper article on Ancestry.com, posted by Gary Steadman:

    06/01/2018 04:11:49
    1. ([PAERIE])Re: Surname Shout Out
    2. Re: Steamship Louisiana Put the name of the ship on your search line. Maritime information comes up and you can search all references. Passengers may be listed. Crews may be listed. There are more than one of the same name. For example: May 17, 1849 Steamer Louisiana explodes at New Orleans; sixty killed, eighty injured, and twelve missing. The one on the Great Lakes put in for repairs several times over the years, but was it the same as the New Orleans steamer.

    06/01/2018 04:06:55
    1. ([PAERIE])Re: PAERIE Digest, Vol 12, Issue 5
    2. Stacey Rego
    3. Daniel CAUGHLIN— b in Oshkosh, WI 1863-1873; m Lena Ernvein (sometimes spelled Irvine) 1896 in Linn Co, KS; lived in Erie Co, PA from ‘at least’ 1900-1920..& worked as a section hand/foreman for an unknown steam railway; they had 5 children- Roy (aka Alfred LeRoy), Thomas, David, Elsie, & James. Daniel’s wife & children remained in Erie Co. Daniel disappeared after 1920 census (in Girard). I’d love to find out what happened to him & confirm who his parents were! I’ve already had searches done of the Erie Co Courthouse records & had PA Vital Records do a multi-year search. Not much luck since I started this search in 1996. I also can’t locate a birth record in WI. Thank you for any assistance! -Stacey Sent from my iPhone > On Jun 1, 2018, at 12:01 PM, paerie-request@rootsweb.com wrote: > > Send PAERIE mailing list submissions to > paerie@rootsweb.com > > To subscribe or unsubscribe via email, send a message with subject or > body 'help' to > paerie-request@rootsweb.com > > You can reach the person managing the list at > paerie-owner@rootsweb.com > > When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific > than "Re: Contents of PAERIE digest..." > > Today's Topics: > > 1. Surname Shout Out (Richard Berkheiser) > 2. Re: Surname Shout Out (Carolyn Wells) > 3. Re: Surname Shout Out (Dave Williams) > > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2018 09:48:02 -0400 > From: Richard Berkheiser <ricksbookshelf@gmail.com> > Subject: ([PAERIE])Surname Shout Out > To: paerie@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: > <CANm5Jh7nhxaJ3k0hEhTOjgywXHbnp7orOniq_6KdK+rKiYU7Ng@mail.gmail.com> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8" > > Hi everyone! > > Just letting you know that the lists are back up and running again so to > "celebrate" our return I'm initiating a first ever Surname Shout Out. > > A Surname Shout Out works like a Roll Call where we all post an ancestor > we're totally stumped on. Please be sure to add vital statistics like date > of birth, death, marriage, etc. > > Happy Hunting! > > Rick B > Admin > > ------------------------------ > > Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2018 10:06:20 -0400 > From: Carolyn Wells <cariboo2@verizon.net> > Subject: ([PAERIE])Re: Surname Shout Out > To: <paerie@rootsweb.com> > Message-ID: <163bbabaf03-c8b-2c90e@webjas-vab161.srv.aolmail.net> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8 > > > Hi Rick, > > Timothy Wells b. 11/4/1764 in Goffstown NH d. Aft. 1820 census in Erie Co., PA. Married Elizabeth Taggart on 5/3/1787. I believe both are buried in Erie Co., PA. > > Thank you. > > Carolyn Wells > > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Richard Berkheiser <ricksbookshelf@gmail.com> > To: paerie <paerie@rootsweb.com> > Sent: Fri, Jun 1, 2018 9:48 am > Subject: ([PAERIE])Surname Shout Out > > Hi everyone! > > Just letting you know that the lists are back up and running again so to > "celebrate" our return I'm initiating a first ever Surname Shout Out. > > A Surname Shout Out works like a Roll Call where we all post an ancestor > we're totally stumped on. Please be sure to add vital statistics like date > of birth, death, marriage, etc. > > Happy Hunting! > > Rick B > Admin > > _______________________________________________ > ==== PAERIE Mailing List ==== > PAERIE@rootsweb.com > > To contact the List Administrator: > Rick Berkheiser, PAERIE-owner@rootsweb.com > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/paerie@rootsweb.com/ > > Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/paerie@rootsweb.com/ > > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community > > > ------------------------------ > > Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2018 11:19:06 -0400 > From: Dave Williams <daimaenan@gmail.com> > Subject: ([PAERIE])Re: Surname Shout Out > To: paerie@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: > <CANhedfOijaOAJgSOLaxGTdHDc1K2UVpks_4v0SqekP=C0kwJEw@mail.gmail.com> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8" > > Richard Williams. > > B.. 1808 in Wales. Married Catherine Jones on March 10, 1832 at St. > Martin's Church in Eglwysbach Parish, County of Denbigh, Wales. Emigrated > to the United States in August, 1832, settling in Beaverdam (now Greene) > Township, Erie County. Died in a maritime accident aboard the steamship* > Louisiana* on Lake Erie on May 6, 1849. Buried somewhere in the vicinity > of Conneaut, OH. > > Any info on Richard or his accident would be greatly appreciated!! > > Thanks! > > Dave Williams > > On Fri, Jun 1, 2018 at 9:48 AM, Richard Berkheiser <ricksbookshelf@gmail.com >> wrote: > >> Hi everyone! >> >> Just letting you know that the lists are back up and running again so to >> "celebrate" our return I'm initiating a first ever Surname Shout Out. >> >> A Surname Shout Out works like a Roll Call where we all post an ancestor >> we're totally stumped on. Please be sure to add vital statistics like date >> of birth, death, marriage, etc. >> >> Happy Hunting! >> >> Rick B >> Admin >> >> _______________________________________________ >> ==== PAERIE Mailing List ==== >> PAERIE@rootsweb.com >> >> To contact the List Administrator: >> Rick Berkheiser, PAERIE-owner@rootsweb.com >> _______________________________________________ >> Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref >> >> Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/ >> paerie@rootsweb.com/ >> >> Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/ >> paerie@rootsweb.com/ >> >> Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: >> https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 >> >> RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb >> community >> >> > > ------------------------------ > > Subject: Digest Footer > > To contact the %(real_name)s list administrator, send an email to > %(real_name)s-admin@rootsweb.com. > > To post a message to the PAERIE mailing list -- paerie@rootsweb.com, send an email to %(real_name)s@rootsweb.com. > > __________________________________________________________ > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to %(real_name)s-request@%(host_name)s > with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the > email with no additional text. > > ------------------------------ > > End of PAERIE Digest, Vol 12, Issue 5 > *************************************

    06/01/2018 10:59:38
    1. ([PAERIE])Dempsey in Corry, Pa
    2. Any info on Dominick Dempsey family 1865 - 1940

    06/01/2018 10:30:50
    1. ([PAERIE])Re: Surname Shout Out
    2. Dave Williams
    3. Richard Williams. B.. 1808 in Wales. Married Catherine Jones on March 10, 1832 at St. Martin's Church in Eglwysbach Parish, County of Denbigh, Wales. Emigrated to the United States in August, 1832, settling in Beaverdam (now Greene) Township, Erie County. Died in a maritime accident aboard the steamship* Louisiana* on Lake Erie on May 6, 1849. Buried somewhere in the vicinity of Conneaut, OH. Any info on Richard or his accident would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks! Dave Williams On Fri, Jun 1, 2018 at 9:48 AM, Richard Berkheiser <ricksbookshelf@gmail.com > wrote: > Hi everyone! > > Just letting you know that the lists are back up and running again so to > "celebrate" our return I'm initiating a first ever Surname Shout Out. > > A Surname Shout Out works like a Roll Call where we all post an ancestor > we're totally stumped on. Please be sure to add vital statistics like date > of birth, death, marriage, etc. > > Happy Hunting! > > Rick B > Admin > > _______________________________________________ > ==== PAERIE Mailing List ==== > PAERIE@rootsweb.com > > To contact the List Administrator: > Rick Berkheiser, PAERIE-owner@rootsweb.com > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/ > paerie@rootsweb.com/ > > Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/ > paerie@rootsweb.com/ > > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community > >

    06/01/2018 09:19:06
    1. ([PAERIE])Re: Surname Shout Out
    2. Carolyn Wells
    3. Hi Rick, Timothy Wells b. 11/4/1764 in Goffstown NH d. Aft. 1820 census in Erie Co., PA. Married Elizabeth Taggart on 5/3/1787. I believe both are buried in Erie Co., PA. Thank you. Carolyn Wells -----Original Message----- From: Richard Berkheiser <ricksbookshelf@gmail.com> To: paerie <paerie@rootsweb.com> Sent: Fri, Jun 1, 2018 9:48 am Subject: ([PAERIE])Surname Shout Out Hi everyone! Just letting you know that the lists are back up and running again so to "celebrate" our return I'm initiating a first ever Surname Shout Out. A Surname Shout Out works like a Roll Call where we all post an ancestor we're totally stumped on. Please be sure to add vital statistics like date of birth, death, marriage, etc. Happy Hunting! Rick B Admin _______________________________________________ ==== PAERIE Mailing List ==== PAERIE@rootsweb.com To contact the List Administrator: Rick Berkheiser, PAERIE-owner@rootsweb.com _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/paerie@rootsweb.com/ Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/paerie@rootsweb.com/ Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    06/01/2018 08:06:20
    1. ([PAERIE])Surname Shout Out
    2. Richard Berkheiser
    3. Hi everyone! Just letting you know that the lists are back up and running again so to "celebrate" our return I'm initiating a first ever Surname Shout Out. A Surname Shout Out works like a Roll Call where we all post an ancestor we're totally stumped on. Please be sure to add vital statistics like date of birth, death, marriage, etc. Happy Hunting! Rick B Admin

    06/01/2018 07:48:02
    1. [PAERIE] Corry Leather Business During WWII
    2. Charles Bliley
    3. INTERVIEW WITH WILBUR LAMBING OF CORRY—FEBRUARY 1942 While I mentioned Wilbur's cross country letter, I overlooked the fact that the letter did not contain his story of his work for a Corry leather company during World War II. You can listen to him being interviewed by my grandfather on the eve of his departure to San Diego. It is on the same Web page I direct you to about Wilbur's letter, but I forgot to mention the interview. Here is the link to it. http://bliley.net/family/Wilbur_Lambing/#interview He tells some interesting stories. I am sorry for the oversight in the previous posting, but hope you enjoy listening to him. Chuck Charles A. Bliley 736 Bel Arbor Trail Webster, NY 14580-9400 E-Mail: K3NAU@AOL.com Tele: 585 872-9155 Web Site: www.Bliley.net

    12/22/2017 01:21:22
    1. [PAERIE] Another Lost Soul's Photograph & More (w/Links)
    2. Charles Bliley
    3. LOST PHOTO NEEDS A HOME As long as we are on the topic of lost photos, I have one from years ago of a young "E???ana" Wagner, a woman photographed by an Erie photographer. I would guess the vintage as the 1880s/90s. Someone gave me this photo in 2002 and I previously posted a request for ID without success. If anyone can identify her, it would make a nice Christmas present for her family and for me. :-) Here is the link to the Web page. (http://bliley.net/family/misc/Wagner/index.html) 1929 FAMILY CHRISTMAS STORY My father graduated from college and headed West to seek his fortune like several of his uncles did 40 years earlier. On December 21st, 1929, he gave up his search and decided to head back to the comfort of his family in Erie. Several years ago, I discovered a letter to his father telling him of his intention to head back home in his Model T Ford and he would be there for Christmas. The letter tells of his intentions and advised dad he did not need any money. Imagine that? For those of you that are antique car enthusiasts or interested in cross country travel in 1929, you may find this letter of some interest. Click here to view the page. (http://bliley.net/family/FD_Bliley/FD_Bliley_1929_Ltr_Home.html) ANOTHER CROSS-COUNTRY TRAVEL STORY I recently added a letter to my cousin, Wilbur Lambing's Web page. (http://bliley.net/family/Wilbur_Lambing/#letter) It may be of interest to those from Corry and would like to know a bit about its leather business in the 1930s, or about cross-country travel from Corry to San Diego, California in 1942. Wilbur is an interesting character and has a "great time", as he so often describes it. It is a bit long, but unrelated people who have read it, found it interesting for numerous reasons. If nothing else insight to genealogical surprises and life and travel during the war. That is it. I hope you all have a wonderful holiday season and the endurance to shovel out the driveway. I have read Erie has had its fair share of snow so far this year as reported on the Web. (http://goldensnowglobe.com/) Erie is now number one in the nation for snowfall! We will soon be chasing your record here in Rochester, NY. Good luck in the contest. ;-) Thanks, Chuck Charles A. Bliley 736 Bel Arbor Trail Webster, NY 14580-9400 E-Mail: K3NAU@AOL.com Tele: 585 872-9155 Web Site: www.Bliley.net

    12/21/2017 11:27:30
    1. [PAERIE] Another Lost Soul's Photograph & More
    2. Charles Bliley
    3. LOST PHOTO NEEDS A HOME As long as we are on the topic of lost photos, I have one from years ago of a young "E???ana" Wagner, a woman photographed by an Erie photographer. I would guess the vintage as the 1880s/90s. Someone gave me this photo in 2002 and I previously posted a request for ID without success. If anyone can identify her, it would make a nice Christmas present for her family and for me. :-) Here is the link to the Web page. 1929 FAMILY CHRISTMAS STORY My father graduated from college and headed West to seek his fortune like several of his uncles did 40 years earlier. On December 21st, 1929, he gave up his search and decided to head back to the comfort of his family in Erie. Several years ago, I discovered a letter to his father telling him of his intention to head back home in his Model T Ford and he would be there for Christmas. The letter tells of his intentions and advised dad he did not need any money. Imagine that? For those of you that are antique car enthusiasts or interested in cross country travel in 1929, you may find this letter of some interest. Click here to view the page. ANOTHER CROSS-COUNTRY TRAVEL STORY I recently added a letter to my cousin, Wilbur Lambing's Web page. It may be of interest to those from Corry and would like to know a bit about its leather business in the 1930s, or about cross-country travel from Corry to San Diego, California in 1942. Wilbur is an interesting character and has a "great time", as he so often describes it. It is a bit long, but unrelated people who have read it, found it interesting for numerous reasons. If nothing else insight to genealogical surprises and life and travel during the war. That is it. I hope you all have a wonderful holiday season and the endurance to shovel out the driveway. I have read Erie has had its fair share of snow so far this year as reported on the Web. Erie is now number one in the nation for snowfall! We will soon be chasing your record here in Rochester, NY. Good luck in the contest. ;-) Thanks, Chuck Charles A. Bliley 736 Bel Arbor Trail Webster, NY 14580-9400 E-Mail: K3NAU@AOL.com Tele: 585 872-9155 Web Site: www.Bliley.net

    12/21/2017 07:44:02
    1. [PAERIE] CONANT Family Photograph
    2. Shelley Cardiel
    3. I've "rescued" an old photograph of Ernest CONANT which was taken at the Wilber & Bassett Studio in Erie, PA. The photograph appears to have been taken in the 1880's with Ernest likely in his 30's at the time. In addition someone notes on the back that Ernest is the son of Hannah CONANT. Based on limited research and thanks to the assistance of a CONANT Family Researcher I know the following about Ernest and his family: Ernest F. CONANT was b. 26 Mar 1847 to Horatio N. CONANT and Hannah Stanwood BAILEY (b. 8 Jun 1817 in Pelham, MA - dau of Rev Winthrop BAILER and Martha STANWOOD). The couple was married in New York on 26 Jun 1842 and lived in Milwaukee, WI where Horatio died 20 Sept 1859. The couple had three children including, Ella Stanwood (b. 16 Mar 1843-d. 27 Jan 1847); Ernest; and Frederick Holland CONANT (b. 18 Jun 1849-d. 26 Feb 1854). Ernest died 26 Dec 1884 in Philadelphia, PA and is buried in the Eric Cemetery in Erie, PA. Death records indicate that he was a widower and that his occupation was Salesman. His Mother Hannah was living with her brother, Francis BAILEY during the 1880 census of Erie, PA. I'm hoping to locate someone from this 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

    12/19/2017 04:38:28