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The Kagle Family Home Page ~ Crucible, PA
Book: The Bazel Family Tree
Robert A. Bayot of Portland, Oregon. USA.
Robert A. Bayot of Portland, Oregon. USA.: Surname List
The Baldanzi Family Home Page
the family of Francesco Antonio Baldanzi, born c. 1840, San Lucido, Calabria, Italy. The families settled into the San Francisco, California area c. 1890. These families emigrated from the Western portion of Sicily, specifically Sant'Elia and Trapetto, Palermo, Sicily.
BAHRT, DIFRANCESCO, ORAZI, BRISLIN, MOONEY, REESE FAMILIES
Genealogy Report: Descendants of Brislin Genealogy Report: Descendants of Domenico DiFrancesco Genealogy Report: Descendants of Johannes Barth Genealogy Report: Descendants of Reese Genealogy Report: Descendants of Orazio BAHRT FAMILY Johannes Georg Martin Bahrt came to the United States in December 1847 from the small village of Sus (Suess) which is in Hessen, Germany (Formerly the Kingdom of Hessen-Kassel). He settled in Tamaqua, Pennslvannia and was living with the Miller family (1850 census). Martin (namesake), went back to his village several months later and returned in February of 1848 with his brother John Georg. John Georg settled in Hazleton with his wife Rebecca Rueth and their two children George and Maria M. Martin and John Georg's sister, Anna Martha Hess (nee Bahrt) also came to America and settled in Luzerne Co. Martin , probably married the daughter of Christian Miller, Elizabeth, who died young but had one son with Martin named John William. John William married Sophia Elizabeth Kannegiesser, daughter of John and Rachel Kannegiesser of Herigen, Prussia. Areas of decendent migration include: Tamaqua and Hazleton PA, New Jersey, Inyo Co. California, and Buffalo, New York. FAMILY DIFRANCESCO Anna DiFrancesco came to the United States in 1905 with Donato DelNegro,husband of her niece Filomena Checchia. In 1906, Anna married Pasquale Orazio of Buccino, Italy. Anna had been living on 4th Ave in Elizabeth, NJ with her brother Antonio (DeFrance)and Pasquale with his uncle Vincenzo DiLeo (Leo). Anna was the daughter of Felice DiFrancesco and Maria Lugia Berardi (St. Anthony's marriage record states Monaco). Anna was born in the village of Montazzoli, which is in the provence of Chieti, state of Abruzzo. Anna's brothers and sisters include Gennaro and Albina (Checchia) who stayed in Montazzoli, Antonio and Laura Giovina who emmigrated to the United States., Giacinta (married Camillo Baratucci), Mariangiola, and Guiseppe. There may have been more, and supposidly one when to either Argentina or Sao Paolo, Brazil. Nobody remembers who or their name. REESE FAMILY Mariam Reese was born in 1860 in Wales and settled in Audenried, Pennsylvania (Yorktown)about 1883. She married George Price and they had several children, only 4 daughters survived to adulthood: Charlotte (Roberts), Mariah (Smith), Mary Ann (Bahrt), and Susan. Mariam died in 1909, and listed in her obituary were brothers Thomas and Benjamin Reese. One brother lived in Hocking Valley, Ohio, the other in Audenreid. Nobody knows who their decendents are or of their parents. Mariam and George Price are buried in the Jeansville Methodist Cemtery. BRISLIN FAMILY Neil Brislin came to the United States as a child with several brothers and sisters from Ireland and settled in Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania (Carbon County). He had a brother named James Brislin (1880 Census), and married his wife Jane (Anne)Boyle around 1860. Jane had one known brother, Michael, who lived in McAdoo, PA. Neil and Jane had several children, only 3 lived to adulthood: Hugh, James, and Catherine. Later in life son Hugh changed his surname to Breslin. For the majority of their lives they lived in Jeddo, Middletown, Pennsyvlania, and are buried at St. Anns Cemetery in Freeland, PA. MOONEY FAMILY John Mooney was from the village of Lougherherk, Ireland which is in the Union of Glenties, Co. Donegal (Parish Glencoulmkille). John married Anne Boyle from the village of Owenteskinney (Owenteskna) which is in the Union of Glenties, Co. Donegal. John was barely 17 years old when he married his bride who was much older than him. They married at the Chapel of Ardara in Donegal, Ireland on November 24th, 1874. They emmigrated to the United States in 1875 and settled in Eckley, Luzerne Co. Pennsylvania. John's parents were Hugh Mooney, and Madge Carr who stayed in Ireland with John's siblings Hugh and Mary. One of his sisters, Anne, came to the United States and married John Campbell and settled in Drifton, Pennsylvania. Anne's parents were William Boyle and Anne Harvey. Supposidly she had several brothers who were teachers in the area of Owenteskna.
Thomas Alonzo Harold Whaley Homepage
Thomas A. Whaley (1856-1929) married Matilda Ann Allum (1868-1945). InterneTree: All-in-One Tree of Thomas Hipperson The Hippersons: Surname List
Moore Cousins\ Home Page
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Eleanor Georgene Smith Hohimer Allred
InterneTree: Jodie K Allred\r\n\r\nEleanor Georgene Smith Hohimer Allred:\r\nSurname List\r\n
Allen-Hill Genealogy of Manchester, TN
Book: Ed Allen Genealogy\r\n\r\nAllen-Hill Genealogy of Manchester, TN.:\r\nSurname List\r\n

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