Louis Aubertin1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175131, b. circa 1520, d. after 1544
     Louis Aubertin was born circa 1520 at Meuse, Alsace, France.1 He married Artuze Croyer circa 1543 at Alsace, France.1 Louis Aubertin died after 1544 at Sedan, Ardenne, Alsace, France.1

Family

Artuze Croyer b. c 1523, d. a 1544
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Robert Joseph Hyacinth St. Pierre.

Artuze Croyer1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
F, #175132, b. circa 1523, d. after 1544
     Artuze Croyer was born circa 1523 at Meuse, Alsace, France.1 She married Louis Aubertin circa 1543 at Alsace, France.1 Artuze Croyer died after 1544 at Sedan, Ardenne, Alsace, France.1

Family

Louis Aubertin b. c 1520, d. a 1544
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Robert Joseph Hyacinth St. Pierre.

Jean du Cloux1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175133, b. circa 1520, d. 17 November 1577
FatherHenri du Cloux, Baron de Varangéville1 b. c 1487, d. 1570
MotherMargo de Cloys1 b. c 1487, d. a 1520
     Jean du Cloux was born circa 1520 at Avesnes, Hainaut, Flanders, Belgium.1 He married Françoise Roland circa 1539 at France.1 Jean du Cloux died on 17 November 1577 at of Sedan, Ardenne, Alsace, France.1

Family

Françoise Roland b. c 1518, d. 1588
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Robert Joseph Hyacinth St. Pierre.

Françoise Roland1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
F, #175134, b. circa 1518, d. 1588
     Françoise Roland was born circa 1518 at Avesnes, Hainaut, Flanders, Belgium.1 She married Jean du Cloux, son of Henri du Cloux, Baron de Varangéville and Margo de Cloys, circa 1539 at France.1 Françoise Roland died in 1588 at of Sedan, Ardenne, Alsace, France.1

Family

Jean du Cloux b. c 1520, d. 17 Nov 1577
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Robert Joseph Hyacinth St. Pierre.

Henri du Cloux, Baron de Varangéville1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175135, b. circa 1487, d. 1570
FatherJean du Cloux2 b. c 1465, d. c 1522
MotherFelicite du Guescline2 b. c 1465, d. 1565
     Henri du Cloux, Baron de Varangéville was born circa 1487 at Aquitaine, France.1 He married Margo de Cloys, daughter of Jean de Cloys, circa 1510 at France.1 Henri du Cloux, Baron de Varangéville died in 1570 at Varangéville, Meurthe-et-Moselle, Lorraine, France.1

Family

Margo de Cloys b. c 1487, d. a 1520
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Robert Joseph Hyacinth St. Pierre.
  2. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by RICHARD COSBY.

Margo de Cloys1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
F, #175136, b. circa 1487, d. after 1520
FatherJean de Cloys2 b. c 1463
     Margo de Cloys was born circa 1487 at France.1 She married Henri du Cloux, Baron de Varangéville, son of Jean du Cloux and Felicite du Guescline, circa 1510 at France.1 Margo de Cloys died after 1520.1

Family

Henri du Cloux, Baron de Varangéville b. c 1487, d. 1570
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Robert Joseph Hyacinth St. Pierre.
  2. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by RICHARD COSBY.

Robert Burns Thomas1,2,3

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175137, b. 5 October 1828, d. 29 September 1912
FatherAndrew Thomas4 b. c 1806
MotherNancy Nixon4 b. c 1807
     Robert Burns Thomas was born on 5 October 1828 at Finleyville, Washington, PA.1,5,6,3,7 He married Elizabeth Galbraith, daughter of William Galbraith and Isabella Welch, in October 1850 at Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA.1,8,7 Robert Burns Thomas died on 29 September 1912 at Clarion, Clarion, PA, at age 83.3

Family

Elizabeth Galbraith b. 26 May 1832
Child

Citations

  1. [S11611] 1860 Census, 20 July 1860, Paint Township, Clarion Co., PA. Page 6. Household: Robert Thomas, age 28, engineer, born in PA; Elizabeth, age 25, born in PA; George, age 5, born in PA; Minerva, age 3, born in PA; Nancy, age 3 months, born in PA.
  2. [S11612] 1870 Census, 13 June 1870: Piney Township, Clarion Co., PA, page 26.
    Robt B. Thomas, age 38, Engineer, born in PA; Elizabeth, age 36, born in PA; George, age 15, store clerk, born in PA; Minerva, age 13, born in PA; Elizabeth, age 10, born in PA; Margaret, age 6, born in PA, William age 4, born in PA; Mary, age 4, born in PA.
  3. [S11706] Death Certificate, Robert Burns Thomas died 29 September 1912 at Clarion, Clarion, PA. Certificate # 82151. Born 5 October 1826, age 85 years, 11 months, 23 days. Plummer (sic) by trade. Born in Washington Co., PA. Father: Andrew Thomas, born in Washington Co., PA. Mother: Nancy Nixson, born in Washington Co., PA. Informant: Harry W. Thomas of Clarion PA. (son). Buried on 2 October 1912.
  4. [S11609] 1850 Census, 12 August 1850, Nottingham Twp, Washington Co., PA. Page 225A.: All born in PA. Andrew Thomas, age 44, farmer; Nancy, age 43; Margaret, age 22; Robert, age 18 (he was really 23), farmer; Mary, age 19; Libertin, age 15, farmer; Rebecca, age 13; Andrew, age 10; William, age 8; Sarah J., age 6; James, age 2; Elizabeth, age 7 months.
  5. [S11613] 1880 Census, 1 June 1880: Clarion Borough, Clarion Co., PA. Page 20, Supervisor's District 10, Enumeration District 66: Robert B., age 49, plumber, born in PA, parents, too; Amanda J., age 26, born in PA, parents, too; Maggie, age 16, born in PA; William L, age 13, clerk in store, born in PA; Robert A., age 9, born in PA; Lulu, age 3, born in PA; Harry, age 1 month (May), born in PA.
  6. [S11619] 1900 Census, 18 June 1900: Clarion Borough, Clarion Co., PA. Supervisor's District 14, Enumeration District 6, Sheet 15B.
    Robert B., b. October 1830, age 69, married 25 years, born in PA as well as parents, plumber; Amana (Amanda), b. October 1854, age 45, married 25 years, 4 children, all living, born in PA as well as parents; Blanche, born May 1863, age 27, born in PA, dressmaker; Lulu, born, Feb 1877, age 23, born in PA (no occupation listed); Harry W, born May 1880, age 20, born in PA, compositor; Albert B, born July 1891, age 8, born in PA.
  7. [S11700] Find a Grave, Birth: Oct. 5, 1826
    Finleyville
    Washington County
    Pennsylvania, USA Death: Sep. 29, 1912
    Clarion
    Clarion County
    Pennsylvania, USA 
    The hand of the grim reaper, death was laid upon one of our oldest citizens Sunday evening, Sept. 29, 1912, at ten minutes past six o'clock, as the sun was about setting, when the life of Robert B. Thomas, of South Fifth avenue and Elss street, was closed here, and the spirit took its flight back to the God who gave it. On account of his advanced age, Mr. Thomas had been failing quite steadily in health since last spring, and there were frequent rallies when it seemed as though he would recover his health and physical powers. But within the recent past it became apparent that the end was drawing near, as he grew weaker and weaker. Finally the final summons came and he responded to the call. His death was probably occasioned not so much by disease as by old age-the body was worn with its years of toil and struggle, and he was ready for the rest that remaineth for the people of God.

    Mr. Thomas frequently expressed himself as being ready for the change and prepared for the transition from this life to the next. He had received careful religious training from his parents and early in his manhood he embraced religion and became a member of the Presbyterian church, and when he moved to Clarion in 1872 he brought his church membership with him and has been a steadfast adherent of the church in this place ever since.

    Robert Burns Thomas was the son of Andrew and Nancy Nixon Thomas and was born October 5, 1826, in Finleyville, Washington county, Pa., where he grew to manhood. He went to Pittsburg when very young and by serving a number of years learned the trade of a machinist and stationary engineer. He went west as far as Iowa where he worked for some time after completing his profession and in 1845 was head engineer of the Paul Anderson, the largest boat which plied between Pittsburg and New Orleans. But he returned to the east as more promising in his line of work, and was frequently heard to tell how he walked into Clarion on the evening before Christmas, 1856, on his way to Penn Mills in Paint township where he was to install the boilers and engine. He remained there for some time, but he also worked at several of the iron furnaces which had abounded in Clarion county, 3nd it is believed he was employed at the old Madison Furnace when it finally closed down.

    He was an expert machinist in his day and was always a careful and conscientious workman; nothing was ever slighted. He was the contractor in charge of the installation of the original water works in Clarion and superintended them some years afterward. He also installed the water plants at Brookville, Reynoldsville, Punxsutawney, St. Marys and New Bethlehem. All of this work was done in the best possible manner and showed Mr. Thomas' skill and ability in handling such work. It is claimed by some who should know the facts that he constructed or laid the first gas pipe line into Clarion from the field east of town. All through the oil excitement in Clarion and vicinity Mr. Thomas' services were always in demand and wherever he worked he gave entire satisfaction, winning the approval of those who employed him.

    In October, 1850, Mr. Thomas and Miss Elizabeth Galbraith were married in Pittsburgh, and from this union the following children survive: George L., the postmaster at New Bethlehem; Mrs. S.T. Stringfellow, Beaver township; W. Lincoln Thomas, South Brownsville, Pa.; Mrs. Wm. Knappman, Hamilton, Ontario; and Robert A., editor of the East Brady Review. Two children and the wife and mother died. The deceased was married the second time in 1876 to Miss Amanda Schrum, of Sligo, and the following children, with Mrs. Thomas, survive: Mrs. C. C. McClincy, Buffalo, N.Y.; Mrs. D.B. McBride, Harry W. and Albert B., all of Clarion.

    To the bereaved widow and children the sympathy of all is extended. Mr. Thomas was a man who loved his fellow man and had the fraternal feeling strongly developed in him. As early as 1847 while in the west with headquarters in Iowa he was a member of the Sons of Temperance. He afterwards held membership in the Odd Fellows fraternity for many years, and in 1866 he was made a Mason in Clarion Lodge No. 277, since which time he has been one of the most steadfast members and loyal supporters of the order. It was appropriate and most natural that the last rites of that order should be given him as his body was laid away in the tomb and with impressive ceremony the lodge in a body attended the funeral Wednesday afternoon and deposited their brother in his last earthly resting place with the use of their beautiful ritual. The religious services were previously conducted by the Rev. Glenn M. Shafer, pastor of the deceased, assisted by Rev. B.F. Delo, both of whom paid just tribute to the man and brother who had gone out from our midst. Farewell, my brother.

    Source: Sally Jordan Reed. “Obituaries From The Clarion Democrat, 1911 Through 1912”. 2001. Print. (with author’s permission)
    ____________________________________________________________

    Family links:
    Children:
    Elizabeth G Thomas Carson (1860 - 1896)*
    Robert Andrew Thomas (1870 - 1928)*

    * Reverse Relationships:] body=This relationship was not directly added to this memorial. Rather, it is calculated based on information added to the related person's memorial. For example: if Joe Public is linked to Jane Public as a spouse, a reciprocal link will automatically be added t[o Jane Public's memorial.
         ] fade=[on] fadespeed=[.09]" class="fakeLink"Calculated relationship
    Burial:
    Clarion Cemetery
    Clarion
    Clarion County
    Pennsylvania, USA
    Plot: Sec. OC, Lot SE.
  8. [S11706] Death Certificate, State of Pennsylvania: Robert Andrew Thomas, son of Robert B. Thomas and Elizabeth Galbraith. Robert A. was born 22 September 1870, Born at Sligo, Clarion Co., married Jennie, died 14 April 1928, at East Brady, Clarion, PA. Certificate #39030.

Elizabeth Galbraith1,2,3

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
F, #175138, b. 26 May 1832
FatherWilliam Galbraith4 b. 2 Dec 1800, d. 10 Sep 1861
MotherIsabella Welch4 b. 17 Sep 1800, d. 30 Oct 1885
     Elizabeth Galbraith was born on 26 May 1832 at PA; Her surname is also seen as Galliart, but that is a misreading of the death certificate of her daughter, Minerva M. Stringfellow (d. 6 Jan 1933).1,4,5 She married Robert Burns Thomas, son of Andrew Thomas and Nancy Nixon, in October 1850 at Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA.1,6,7

Family

Robert Burns Thomas b. 5 Oct 1828, d. 29 Sep 1912
Child

Citations

  1. [S11611] 1860 Census, 20 July 1860, Paint Township, Clarion Co., PA. Page 6. Household: Robert Thomas, age 28, engineer, born in PA; Elizabeth, age 25, born in PA; George, age 5, born in PA; Minerva, age 3, born in PA; Nancy, age 3 months, born in PA.
  2. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Arlene Danver.
  3. [S11612] 1870 Census, 13 June 1870: Piney Township, Clarion Co., PA, page 26.
    Robt B. Thomas, age 38, Engineer, born in PA; Elizabeth, age 36, born in PA; George, age 15, store clerk, born in PA; Minerva, age 13, born in PA; Elizabeth, age 10, born in PA; Margaret, age 6, born in PA, William age 4, born in PA; Mary, age 4, born in PA.
  4. [S11609] 1850 Census, 1 October 1850, Smith Township, Washington Co., PA., page 2: William Galbreath (Galbraith), age 49, Farmer, $5000 of real estate owned, born in Ireland; Isabella, age 50, born in PA.; James, age 21, born in PA.; Elizabeth, age 19, born in PA.; Isabella, age 19, born in PA.; William, age 17, born in PA.; Jane, age 15, born in PA.; Robert, age 12, born in PA.; John, age 10, born in PA.; Middleton, age 7, born in PA.
  5. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Henriod74.
  6. [S11706] Death Certificate, State of Pennsylvania: Robert Andrew Thomas, son of Robert B. Thomas and Elizabeth Galbraith. Robert A. was born 22 September 1870, Born at Sligo, Clarion Co., married Jennie, died 14 April 1928, at East Brady, Clarion, PA. Certificate #39030.
  7. [S11700] Find a Grave, Birth: Oct. 5, 1826
    Finleyville
    Washington County
    Pennsylvania, USA Death: Sep. 29, 1912
    Clarion
    Clarion County
    Pennsylvania, USA 
    The hand of the grim reaper, death was laid upon one of our oldest citizens Sunday evening, Sept. 29, 1912, at ten minutes past six o'clock, as the sun was about setting, when the life of Robert B. Thomas, of South Fifth avenue and Elss street, was closed here, and the spirit took its flight back to the God who gave it. On account of his advanced age, Mr. Thomas had been failing quite steadily in health since last spring, and there were frequent rallies when it seemed as though he would recover his health and physical powers. But within the recent past it became apparent that the end was drawing near, as he grew weaker and weaker. Finally the final summons came and he responded to the call. His death was probably occasioned not so much by disease as by old age-the body was worn with its years of toil and struggle, and he was ready for the rest that remaineth for the people of God.

    Mr. Thomas frequently expressed himself as being ready for the change and prepared for the transition from this life to the next. He had received careful religious training from his parents and early in his manhood he embraced religion and became a member of the Presbyterian church, and when he moved to Clarion in 1872 he brought his church membership with him and has been a steadfast adherent of the church in this place ever since.

    Robert Burns Thomas was the son of Andrew and Nancy Nixon Thomas and was born October 5, 1826, in Finleyville, Washington county, Pa., where he grew to manhood. He went to Pittsburg when very young and by serving a number of years learned the trade of a machinist and stationary engineer. He went west as far as Iowa where he worked for some time after completing his profession and in 1845 was head engineer of the Paul Anderson, the largest boat which plied between Pittsburg and New Orleans. But he returned to the east as more promising in his line of work, and was frequently heard to tell how he walked into Clarion on the evening before Christmas, 1856, on his way to Penn Mills in Paint township where he was to install the boilers and engine. He remained there for some time, but he also worked at several of the iron furnaces which had abounded in Clarion county, 3nd it is believed he was employed at the old Madison Furnace when it finally closed down.

    He was an expert machinist in his day and was always a careful and conscientious workman; nothing was ever slighted. He was the contractor in charge of the installation of the original water works in Clarion and superintended them some years afterward. He also installed the water plants at Brookville, Reynoldsville, Punxsutawney, St. Marys and New Bethlehem. All of this work was done in the best possible manner and showed Mr. Thomas' skill and ability in handling such work. It is claimed by some who should know the facts that he constructed or laid the first gas pipe line into Clarion from the field east of town. All through the oil excitement in Clarion and vicinity Mr. Thomas' services were always in demand and wherever he worked he gave entire satisfaction, winning the approval of those who employed him.

    In October, 1850, Mr. Thomas and Miss Elizabeth Galbraith were married in Pittsburgh, and from this union the following children survive: George L., the postmaster at New Bethlehem; Mrs. S.T. Stringfellow, Beaver township; W. Lincoln Thomas, South Brownsville, Pa.; Mrs. Wm. Knappman, Hamilton, Ontario; and Robert A., editor of the East Brady Review. Two children and the wife and mother died. The deceased was married the second time in 1876 to Miss Amanda Schrum, of Sligo, and the following children, with Mrs. Thomas, survive: Mrs. C. C. McClincy, Buffalo, N.Y.; Mrs. D.B. McBride, Harry W. and Albert B., all of Clarion.

    To the bereaved widow and children the sympathy of all is extended. Mr. Thomas was a man who loved his fellow man and had the fraternal feeling strongly developed in him. As early as 1847 while in the west with headquarters in Iowa he was a member of the Sons of Temperance. He afterwards held membership in the Odd Fellows fraternity for many years, and in 1866 he was made a Mason in Clarion Lodge No. 277, since which time he has been one of the most steadfast members and loyal supporters of the order. It was appropriate and most natural that the last rites of that order should be given him as his body was laid away in the tomb and with impressive ceremony the lodge in a body attended the funeral Wednesday afternoon and deposited their brother in his last earthly resting place with the use of their beautiful ritual. The religious services were previously conducted by the Rev. Glenn M. Shafer, pastor of the deceased, assisted by Rev. B.F. Delo, both of whom paid just tribute to the man and brother who had gone out from our midst. Farewell, my brother.

    Source: Sally Jordan Reed. “Obituaries From The Clarion Democrat, 1911 Through 1912”. 2001. Print. (with author’s permission)
    ____________________________________________________________

    Family links:
    Children:
    Elizabeth G Thomas Carson (1860 - 1896)*
    Robert Andrew Thomas (1870 - 1928)*

    * Reverse Relationships:] body=This relationship was not directly added to this memorial. Rather, it is calculated based on information added to the related person's memorial. For example: if Joe Public is linked to Jane Public as a spouse, a reciprocal link will automatically be added t[o Jane Public's memorial.
         ] fade=[on] fadespeed=[.09]" class="fakeLink"Calculated relationship
    Burial:
    Clarion Cemetery
    Clarion
    Clarion County
    Pennsylvania, USA
    Plot: Sec. OC, Lot SE.

Andrew Thomas1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175139, b. circa 1806
     Andrew Thomas was born circa 1806 at Washington, PA; In 1840, he lived at Peters, Washington Co., PA. 9 persons living in household. In 1830, he lived at Nottingham, Washington Co., PA. 6 persnos living in household.1 He married Nancy Nixon circa 1825 at PA.1,2

Family

Nancy Nixon b. c 1807
Child

Citations

  1. [S11609] 1850 Census, 12 August 1850, Nottingham Twp, Washington Co., PA. Page 225A.: All born in PA. Andrew Thomas, age 44, farmer; Nancy, age 43; Margaret, age 22; Robert, age 18 (he was really 23), farmer; Mary, age 19; Libertin, age 15, farmer; Rebecca, age 13; Andrew, age 10; William, age 8; Sarah J., age 6; James, age 2; Elizabeth, age 7 months.
  2. [S11706] Death Certificate, State of Pennsylvania: Certificate #778 for Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA. Born September 1840. Single, retired. Died 15 January 1921, of senility & cystitis. Parents were Andrew Thomas of Pennsylvania & Nancy Nixon of Pennsylvania. Informant is Bertha Hartman, living at the same address as he lived at. Buried January 18, 1921 at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery.

Nancy Nixon1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
F, #175140, b. circa 1807
     Nancy Nixon was born circa 1807 at Washington, PA.2,3,4 She married Andrew Thomas circa 1825 at PA.1,5

Family

Andrew Thomas b. c 1806
Child

Citations

  1. [S11609] 1850 Census, 12 August 1850, Nottingham Twp, Washington Co., PA. Page 225A.: All born in PA. Andrew Thomas, age 44, farmer; Nancy, age 43; Margaret, age 22; Robert, age 18 (he was really 23), farmer; Mary, age 19; Libertin, age 15, farmer; Rebecca, age 13; Andrew, age 10; William, age 8; Sarah J., age 6; James, age 2; Elizabeth, age 7 months.
  2. [S11609] 1850 Census, 12 August 1850, Nottingham Twp, Washington Co., PA. Page 225A.: All born in PA. Andrew Thomas, age 44, farmer; Nancy, age 43; Margaret, age 22; Robert, age 18 (he was really 23), farmer; Mary, age 19; Siverton, age 15, farmer; Rebecca, age 13; Andrew, age 10; William, age 8; Sarah J., age 6; James, age 2; Elizabeth, age 7 months.
  3. [S11706] Death Certificate, State of Pennsylvania, Certificate # 79907, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co.: Nancy Myers, widow, about 77 years old, born in Washington Co., PA, died 9 August 1907. Parents listed are Andrew Thomas (born in Washington Co., PA) & Nancy Nixon (born in Washington Co., PA).
  4. [S11706] Death Certificate, State of Pennsylvania: Carroll Township, Washington Co., PA, Certificate # 99428: Siverton Thomas, date of death: 12 October 1907, broken neck caused by runaway team (accidental). Age about 74 years. Born in Washington Co., PA. Son of Andrew Thomas & Nancy Nixon (their birthplaces not known). Siverton was a farmer. And he was married. They lived in Kammerer.
  5. [S11706] Death Certificate, State of Pennsylvania: Certificate #778 for Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA. Born September 1840. Single, retired. Died 15 January 1921, of senility & cystitis. Parents were Andrew Thomas of Pennsylvania & Nancy Nixon of Pennsylvania. Informant is Bertha Hartman, living at the same address as he lived at. Buried January 18, 1921 at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery.

William Galbraith1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175141, b. 2 December 1800, d. 10 September 1861
FatherJames Galbraith2 b. c 1774, d. 18 Feb 1850
MotherMargaret McClure2 b. Nov 1777, d. 16 Apr 1855
     William Galbraith was born on 2 December 1800 at Belfast, Antrim, Ireland.1,2 He married Isabella Welch, daughter of Matthew Welch and Elizabeth Reed, on 3 May 1821 at Washington, PA.1,2 William Galbraith died on 10 September 1861 at Burgettstown, Washington, PA, at age 60.2

Family

Isabella Welch b. 17 Sep 1800, d. 30 Oct 1885
Child

Citations

  1. [S11609] 1850 Census, 1 October 1850, Smith Township, Washington Co., PA., page 2: William Galbreath (Galbraith), age 49, Farmer, $5000 of real estate owned, born in Ireland; Isabella, age 50, born in PA.; James, age 21, born in PA.; Elizabeth, age 19, born in PA.; Isabella, age 19, born in PA.; William, age 17, born in PA.; Jane, age 15, born in PA.; Robert, age 12, born in PA.; John, age 10, born in PA.; Middleton, age 7, born in PA.
  2. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Henriod74.

Isabella Welch1,2

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
F, #175142, b. 17 September 1800, d. 30 October 1885
FatherMatthew Welch2 b. c 1768, d. 11 Nov 1851
MotherElizabeth Reed2 b. 28 Sep 1782, d. 10 May 1861
     Isabella Welch was born on 17 September 1800 at Washington, PA.1,2 She married William Galbraith, son of James Galbraith and Margaret McClure, on 3 May 1821 at Washington, PA.1,2 Isabella Welch died on 30 October 1885 at Burgettstown, Washington, PA, at age 85; Buried there.2

Family

William Galbraith b. 2 Dec 1800, d. 10 Sep 1861
Child

Citations

  1. [S11609] 1850 Census, 1 October 1850, Smith Township, Washington Co., PA., page 2: William Galbreath (Galbraith), age 49, Farmer, $5000 of real estate owned, born in Ireland; Isabella, age 50, born in PA.; James, age 21, born in PA.; Elizabeth, age 19, born in PA.; Isabella, age 19, born in PA.; William, age 17, born in PA.; Jane, age 15, born in PA.; Robert, age 12, born in PA.; John, age 10, born in PA.; Middleton, age 7, born in PA.
  2. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Henriod74.

Matthew Welch1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175143, b. circa 1768, d. 11 November 1851
FatherDaniel Welch1 b. c 1746, d. 7 Sep 1819
     Matthew Welch was born circa 1768 at Down, Down, Ireland.1 He married Elizabeth Reed, daughter of William Reed and Mary Rebecca Glenn, circa 1797 at Lancaster, PA.1 Matthew Welch died on 11 November 1851 at Smith Township, Washington, PA.1

Family

Elizabeth Reed b. 28 Sep 1782, d. 10 May 1861
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Henriod74.

Elizabeth Reed1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
F, #175144, b. 28 September 1782, d. 10 May 1861
FatherWilliam Reed1 b. c 1754, d. 10 May 1803
MotherMary Rebecca Glenn1 b. Dec 1755, d. 1813
     Elizabeth Reed was born on 28 September 1782 at Lancaster, PA.1 She married Matthew Welch, son of Daniel Welch, circa 1797 at Lancaster, PA.1 Elizabeth Reed died on 10 May 1861 at Smith Township, Washington, PA, at age 78.1

Family

Matthew Welch b. c 1768, d. 11 Nov 1851
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Henriod74.

William Reed1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175145, b. circa 1754, d. 10 May 1803
FatherDavid Reed2 b. c 1710, d. 27 Jan 1760
MotherJane (Jennie) Culbertson2 b. c 1714, d. 12 Feb 1774
     William Reed was born circa 1754 at Lancaster, Lancaster, PA.1 He married Mary Rebecca Glenn circa 1781 at Lancaster, PA.1 William Reed died on 10 May 1803 at Drumore Township, Lancaster, PA.1

Family

Mary Rebecca Glenn b. Dec 1755, d. 1813
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Henriod74.
  2. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by lpatton56.

Mary Rebecca Glenn1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
F, #175146, b. December 1755, d. 1813
     Mary Rebecca Glenn was born in December 1755 at Lancaster, PA.1 She married William Reed, son of David Reed and Jane (Jennie) Culbertson, circa 1781 at Lancaster, PA.1 Mary Rebecca Glenn died in 1813 at Rothsville, Lancaster, PA.1

Family

William Reed b. c 1754, d. 10 May 1803
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Henriod74.

David Reed1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175147, b. circa 1710, d. 27 January 1760
     David Reed was born circa 1710 at Armagh, Ireland.1 He married Jane (Jennie) Culbertson circa 1735 at Ireland.1 David Reed died on 27 January 1760 at Martic, Lancaster, PA.1

Family

Jane (Jennie) Culbertson b. c 1714, d. 12 Feb 1774
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by lpatton56.

Jane (Jennie) Culbertson1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
F, #175148, b. circa 1714, d. 12 February 1774
     Jane (Jennie) Culbertson was born circa 1714 at Ireland.1 She married David Reed circa 1735 at Ireland.1 Jane (Jennie) Culbertson died on 12 February 1774 at Lancaster, Lancaster, PA.1

Family

David Reed b. c 1710, d. 27 Jan 1760
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by lpatton56.

Daniel Welch1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175149, b. circa 1746, d. 7 September 1819
     Daniel Welch was born circa 1746 at Down, Ireland.1 He died on 7 September 1819 at Cadiz, Harrison, OH; I think his death place is doodoo.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Henriod74.

James Galbraith1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175150, b. circa 1774, d. 18 February 1850
     James Galbraith was born circa 1774 at Antrim, Ireland; His parents are NOT Robert Galbraith and Mary Dill Brannon. The dates AND places don't work.1 He married Margaret McClure, daughter of Robert McClure and Sebellah, circa 1796 at Antrim, Ireland.1 James Galbraith died on 18 February 1850 at Londonderry, Guernsey, OH.1

Family

Margaret McClure b. Nov 1777, d. 16 Apr 1855
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Henriod74.

Margaret McClure1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
F, #175151, b. November 1777, d. 16 April 1855
FatherRobert McClure2 b. c 1750, d. Jul 1815
MotherSebellah2 b. c 1750, d. 7 Dec 1840
     Margaret McClure was born in November 1777 at Antrim, Ireland.1 She married James Galbraith circa 1796 at Antrim, Ireland.1 Margaret McClure died on 16 April 1855 at Londonderry, Guernsey, OH, at age 77; Burial at Scotch Covenanter Cemtery, Londonderry, Ohio.2

Family

James Galbraith b. c 1774, d. 18 Feb 1850
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Henriod74.
  2. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Robert McClure.

Robert McClure1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175152, b. circa 1750, d. July 1815
FatherDavid McClure1 b. c 1725, d. 14 Sep 1786
     Robert McClure was born circa 1750 at Holywood, Down, Ireland.1 He married Sebellah circa 1770 at Antrim, Ireland.1 Robert McClure died in July 1815 at Washington, PA.1

Family

Sebellah b. c 1750, d. 7 Dec 1840
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Robert McClure.

Sebellah1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
F, #175153, b. circa 1750, d. 7 December 1840
     Sebellah was born circa 1750 at Holywood, Down, Ireland.1 She married Robert McClure, son of David McClure, circa 1770 at Antrim, Ireland.1 Sebellah died on 7 December 1840 at Cross Creek, Washington, PA.1

Family

Robert McClure b. c 1750, d. Jul 1815
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Robert McClure.

David McClure1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175154, b. circa 1725, d. 14 September 1786
     David McClure was born circa 1725 at Ireland.1 He died on 14 September 1786 at West Liberty, Butler, PA.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by Robert McClure.

Jean de Cloys1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175155, b. circa 1463
     Jean de Cloys was born circa 1463 at France.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by RICHARD COSBY.

Jean du Cloux1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175156, b. circa 1465, d. circa 1522
     Jean du Cloux was born circa 1465 at Aquitaine, France.1 He married Felicite du Guescline circa 1486 at France.1 Jean du Cloux died circa 1522 at Aquitaine, France.1

Family

Felicite du Guescline b. c 1465, d. 1565
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by RICHARD COSBY.

Felicite du Guescline1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
F, #175157, b. circa 1465, d. 1565
     Felicite du Guescline was born circa 1465 at Upper Normandy, France.1 She married Jean du Cloux circa 1486 at France.1 Felicite du Guescline died in 1565 at Upper Normandy, France.1

Family

Jean du Cloux b. c 1465, d. c 1522
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by RICHARD COSBY.

Jehan (Jan) Melchior de Forest1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
M, #175158, b. 22 October 1543, d. 22 October 1606
FatherMelchiore de Forest1 b. c 1521, d. 28 Jan 1572
MotherCatherine du Fosset1 b. c 1510, d. 1579
     Jehan (Jan) Melchior de Forest was born on 22 October 1543 at Avesnes, Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France.1 He married Anne Maillard on 5 June 1570 at Avesnes, Upper Normandy, France.1 Jehan (Jan) Melchior de Forest died on 22 October 1606 at Vosmeer, Bergen op Zoom, North Brabant, Netherlands, at age 63.1

Family

Anne Maillard b. c 1551, d. 21 Apr 1640
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by wgertz192.

Anne Maillard1

Last Edited10 Jun 2016
F, #175159, b. circa 1551, d. 21 April 1640
     Anne Maillard was born circa 1551 at Felleries, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France.1 She married Jehan (Jan) Melchior de Forest, son of Melchiore de Forest and Catherine du Fosset, on 5 June 1570 at Avesnes, Upper Normandy, France.1 Anne Maillard died on 21 April 1640 at Reusel-de-Mierden, North Brabant, France.1

Family

Jehan (Jan) Melchior de Forest b. 22 Oct 1543, d. 22 Oct 1606
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by wgertz192.

Melchiore de Forest1

Last Edited11 Jun 2016
M, #175160, b. circa 1521, d. 28 January 1572
FatherMelchior de Forest1 b. c 1496, d. 4 Jun 1530
MotherJacqueline Bronchin1 b. c 1499, d. 15 May 1557
     Melchiore de Forest was born circa 1521 at Avesnes, Seine-Maritime, Upper Normandy, France.1 He married Catherine du Fosset, daughter of Antoine du Fosset and Isabeau Resteau, on 4 April 1543 at Avesnes, Seine-Maritime, Upper Normandy, France.1 Melchiore de Forest died on 28 January 1572 at Avesnes, Seine-Maritime, Upper Normandy, France.1

Family

Catherine du Fosset b. c 1510, d. 1579
Child

Citations

  1. [S11597] Ancestry.com, Information submitted by wgertz192.