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7351 Ruth M. McKENZIE18 was born on 28 May 1893 in PA, USA,18 died on 9 Aug 1990 in Mahoning Co.,
OH, USA18 at age 97, and was buried in Youngstown, Mahoning Co., OH, USA.18 Find A Grave ID:
158516509.

Burial Notes: Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, North Boulevard secti 
McKenzie, Ruth M. (I02688)
 
7352 Ruth married Clay Thomas YAIST. Clay was born on 22 Dec 1894 in PA, USA, died on 21 May 1979 in Polk Co., FL, USA at age 84, and was buried in Youngstown, Mahoning Co., OH, USA.

Burial Notes: Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, North Boulevard secti 
Yaist, Thomas Clay (I02693)
 
7353 Ruth MCKENZIE (John L.-2, Samuel J.-1) was born about 1886 in Garrett Co., Maryland. She died on 8 Sep 1952 in Orange, Texas. FROSTBURG — Mrs. Grover Carrie, 66, of Orange, Texas, died yesterday. A native of Garrett County, she was a daughter of the late John and Sarah McKenzie. Survivors include four brothers, James, John and Jacob McKenzie, all of Frostburg, and Joseph McKenzie, Cumberland, and three sisters, Mrs. Alan Baker, Frostburg; Mrs. Milton Younkin, Grantsville, and Mrs. Bruce Robeson, Fllntstone. Services will be conducted there tomorrow. The Cumberland Evening Times, September 9, 1952.

More About RUTH MCKENZIE:
Baptism: June 03, 1886, Saint Michael's Church, Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland
Census: 1900, Line #43, Sheet #7A, Enumeration District #45, Garrett County, Maryland of America (Source: 1900 United States Federal Census.) 
McKenzie, Ruth (I03015)
 
7354 Ruth MCKENZIE and William F. DURKIN were married. William F. DURKIN (son of Joseph DURKIN and Julia Sullivan) was born on 5 May 1916 in Eckhart, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 16 Apr 2000 in Eckhart, Allegany Co., Maryland. April 17, 2000, Cumberland Times-News ~ ECKHART - William F. Durkin, 83, of Beechers Avenue, Eckhart, died Sunday, April 16, 2000, at his residence. Born on May 5, 1916, in Eckhart, he was the son of the late Joseph and Julia (Muir) Durkin. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Ruth (McKenzie) Durkin, in 1994. Mr. Durkin was retired from the B & O Railroad as a machinist's helper. He was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg, and the Fraternal Order of Eagles Arie #1273. Surviving are one daughter, Elizabeth Enos and husband Phillip Jr.; one son, William Lee Durkin; three grandchildren, Danelle Jenkins and husband Joe, Deane Hockman and Robert Hockman, all of Eckhart; four step-grandchildren, William Fickes, Kaite Enos, Martha Enos, and Phillip Enos III, all of Frostburg; four great-grandchildren, William C. Durkin, Austin Lee Durkin, Noel Dawn Jenkins, and Joseph John Jenkins Jr., all of Eckhart; two sisters, Coletta Diehl, Barrelville, and Marie Cooper, of Ohio; and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Durst Funeral Home, P.A., 57 Frost Ave., Frostburg, on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Michael's Catholic Church with the Rev. Father Paul Byrnes as celebrant. Cremation will follow the Mass. Inurnment will be in the St. Michael's Cemetery at a later date.

He was cremated.

William F. DURKIN (son of Joseph DURKIN and Julia Sullivan) was born on 5 May 1916 in Eckhart, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 16 Apr 2000 in Eckhart, Allegany Co., Maryland. April 17, 2000, Cumberland Times-News ~ ECKHART - William F. Durkin, 83, of Beechers Avenue, Eckhart, died Sunday, April 16, 2000, at his residence. Born on May 5, 1916, in Eckhart, he was the son of the late Joseph and Julia (Muir) Durkin. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Ruth (McKenzie) Durkin, in 1994. Mr. Durkin was retired from the B & O Railroad as a machinist's helper. He was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg, and the Fraternal Order of Eagles Arie #1273. Surviving are one daughter, Elizabeth Enos and husband Phillip Jr.; one son, William Lee Durkin; three grandchildren, Danelle Jenkins and husband Joe, Deane Hockman and Robert Hockman, all of Eckhart; four step-grandchildren, William Fickes, Kaite Enos, Martha Enos, and Phillip Enos III, all of Frostburg; four great-grandchildren, William C. Durkin, Austin Lee Durkin, Noel Dawn Jenkins, and Joseph John Jenkins Jr., all of Eckhart; two sisters, Coletta Diehl, Barrelville, and Marie Cooper, of Ohio; and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Durst Funeral Home, P.A., 57 Frost Ave., Frostburg, on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Michael's Catholic Church with the Rev. Father Paul Byrnes as celebrant. Cremation will follow the Mass. Inurnment will be in the St. Michael's Cemetery at a later date.
He was cremated.
William F. DURKIN (son of Joseph DURKIN and Julia Sullivan) was born on 5 May 1916 in Eckhart, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 16 Apr 2000 in Eckhart, Allegany Co., Maryland. April 17, 2000, Cumberland Times-News ~ ECKHART - William F. Durkin, 83, of Beechers Avenue, Eckhart, died Sunday, April 16, 2000, at his residence. Born on May 5, 1916, in Eckhart, he was the son of the late Joseph and Julia (Muir) Durkin. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Ruth (McKenzie) Durkin, in 1994. Mr. Durkin was retired from the B & O Railroad as a machinist's helper. He was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg, and the Fraternal Order of Eagles Arie #1273. Surviving are one daughter, Elizabeth Enos and husband Phillip Jr.; one son, William Lee Durkin; three grandchildren, Danelle Jenkins and husband Joe, Deane Hockman and Robert Hockman, all of Eckhart; four step-grandchildren, William Fickes, Kaite Enos, Martha Enos, and Phillip Enos III, all of Frostburg; four great-grandchildren, William C. Durkin, Austin Lee Durkin, Noel Dawn Jenkins, and Joseph John Jenkins Jr., all of Eckhart; two sisters, Coletta Diehl, Barrelville, and Marie Cooper, of Ohio; and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Durst Funeral Home, P.A., 57 Frost Ave., Frostburg, on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Michael's Catholic Church with the Rev. Father Paul Byrnes as celebrant. Cremation will follow the Mass. Inurnment will be in the St. Michael's Cemetery at a later date. He was cremated.  
Durkin, William F. (I08909)
 
7355 Ruth Reich was born on 26 Apr 1913 in Berkley's Mill, Summit Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. She died on 24 Feb 1995 at the age of 81 in Somerset, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. Ruth E. Baker, 81, of Patriot Manor, Somerset, formerly of Meyersdale, died Feb. 24, 1995, in Somerset Hospital. Born April 26, 1913, in Berkley's Mills, a daughter of the late Mahlon and Lulu (Niemiller) Reich. Preceded in death by one sister, Catherine Seigner; and one brother, Robert Reich. Survived by her husband, William A. Baker, Patriot Manor; one son, Donald M. (Denese) Baker, Aurora, Ohio, one grandson, David, three step-grandchildren, Shelly, Shawn and Sarah, sisters, Josephine Smith and Geraldine Pagen, both of Meyersdale, Helen Wills of York, and Mary Yommer, Jennerstown, one brother, Jack Reich, San Antonio, Texas. No visitation. Memorial service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 5, in the Somerset congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses, Kingdom Hall. Mr. Carl H. Carlson, speaker. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to the Somerset congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses, Kingdom Hall Building Fund. Arrangements in charge of Robert H. Halverson Funeral Home. Daily American, February 25, 1995  Reich, Ruth (I35457)
 
7356 Ryland Family Tree. Source (S010654)
 
7357 Salem #2 Baptist Church Cemetery. Mull, John A. (I04091)
 
7358 Salem Lincoln WARNE and Edith Irene Barnes were married on 18 Nov 1914 in Sandpoint, Idaho. Edith Irene Barnes was born in Mar 1885 in Kansas. She died on 27 Nov 1917 in Ohio.

Salem Lincoln WARNE and Marie STERNECKER were married on 29 Nov 1928 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. Marie STERNECKER was born in May 1886 in Massillon, Stark Co., Ohio. She died on 26 Oct 1962 in Elyria, Loraine Co., Ohio. 
Warne, Salem Lincoln (I16118)
 
7359 SALISBURY - Mrs. Grace C. Counihan, 88, of West Salisbury, died Thursday at Meyersdale Community Hospital. Born in Greenville Township, she was a daughter of the late Samuel and Lydia (Weimer) Wetmiller, and was the widow of Howard Counihan. She was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church. Surviving are three sons, James Counihan, West Salisbury; George Counihan, Bethel Park, and Thomas Counihan, here; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Dunlap, Euclid, Ohio, and Mrs. Mary Augenstein, Castle Shannon; a brother, Cyrus Wetmiller, Meacham, N.Y.; two sisters, Mrs. Lucinda Waldo, Lancaster, N.Y., and Mrs. Margaret Knecht, West Salisbury; 13 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. The body will be at the Thomas Funeral Home, where friends will be received after 2 p.m. today. A Christain wake service will be held there tomorrow at 8 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday at 10 a.m. at St. Michael's Church, with interment in the parish cemetery. The Cumberland News, July 9, 1977 She was buried on 11 Jul 1977 in St. Michael's Catholic Cemetery, West Salisbury, Pennsylvania. Wetmiller, Grace (I06903)
 
7360 SALISBURY, Pa. - Carol Jean McKenzie, 60, of 2387 Greenville Road, Salisbury, died Tuesday, July 21, 1998, at Conemaugh Memorial Hospital, Johnstown. Born July 9, 1938, in Meyersdale, she was a daughter of Margaret (Orner) Baer, of Salisbury; and the late Ralph Baer. Mrs. McKenzie was a member of the Greenville Lutheran Church and was a homemaker. Surviving are her husband, Bernard F. McKenzie; three sons, Gary F., Richard Lee and Barry Wayne McKenzie, all of Salisbury; three brothers, Carl Baer and Ralph Baer Jr., both of Frostburg, Md., and Robert Baer, Elkins, W.Va.; two sisters, Anna Mae Hochard, Tuscaloosa, Ala., and Linda Arnold, Salisbury; and five grandchildren.
Friends will be received at the Newman Funeral Home, Grantsville, Md., on Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be conducted at the Greenville Lutheran Church on Saturday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. David E. Fetter officiating. Interment will be in the Greenville Cemetery.

She was buried on 25 Jul 1998 in Greenville Lutheran Cemetery, Pocahontas, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania.

Published :July 23,1998
The Cumberland Times-News
Cumberland,Maryland 
Baer, Carol Jean (I15108)
 
7361 SALISBURY, Pa. - Caroline C. “Carrie” McKenzie, 96, of Gay Street, Salisbury, died Sunday, Nov. 11, 1990, at Meyersdale Community Hospital. Born Feb. 25, 1894, she was the daughter of the late Henry and Annie (Bowers) Merrbach. She was preceded in death by her husband, Angus McKenzie, June 14, 1950. Mrs. McKenzie was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church. Surviving are one son, Wilbur McKenzie, Salisbury; two daughters, Leona Oester, Grantsville; and Lucille Werner, Salisbury; one brother, Theodore Merrbach, Grantsville; two sisters, Lydia Butler, Salisbury; and Amelia Valentine, Stoystown; 30 grandchildren and a number of great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Newman Funeral Home in Salisbury. Services will be held there Tuesday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. David E. Fetter. Interment will be in St. Ann’s Cemetery, Avilton, Md. The family requests that memorials take the form of contributions to St. John’s Lutheran Church. Cumberland Times-News, Monday, November 12, 1990
 
Merrbach, Carolina Christine (I03152)
 
7362 SALISBURY, Pa. - Cobey L. McKenzie, 75, of RD 1, Salisbury, died Friday at Meyersdale Community Hospital. Born in Garrett County, he was a son of the late Oscar and Bessie (McKenzie) McKenzie, and a member of St. Ann’s Catholic Church, Grantsville. He was a retired self-employed carpenter. He is survived by his widow, Rena (Minnick) McKenzie; one son, Kenneth McKenzie, Frostburg; five step-sons, William Brant, Adelphi, Md., Chester Brant, Beltsville, Ervin Brant, Lonaconing, Robert Brant, Laurel, Md., and John Brant, Frostburg; three daughters, Mrs. Mary-Margaret Ward, Frostburg, Mrs. Maxine Bond, Frostburg, Mrs. Cheryl Garvey, Laurel; three step daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Rush, Frostburg, Mrs. Juanita Tuck, Salisbury, Mrs. Darlene Bone, Frostburg; two brothers, Martin McKenzie, Cumberland, and Jonas McKenzie, Oakland; one sister, Mrs. Myrtle Bridges, Mount Savage, 32 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren. Friends will be received the Newman Funeral Home, Grantsville, Friday. Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Saturday in the funeral home with Father William Moody officiating. Interment will be in St. Ann’s Cemetery. The rosary will be recited Friday at 8:30 pm. in the funeral home. Cumberland Evening Times, Friday, April 5, 1985 [middle name is Lawrence, first married to Louise May Burdock] McKenzie, Cobey L. (I02396)
 
7363 SALISBURY, Pa. - Kenneth A. Holler, 63, died Monday at his home. Born June 10, 1923 in Boynton, he was a son of the late Archie Holler and Margaret (Wellington) Holler. He was a veteran of World War II and a member of the Salisbury American Legion and the Plasterers and Cement Masons Local 296 of Cumberland, Md. Surviving are his widow, Helen V. (Dishong) Holler; three sons, Ronald Holler, Meyersdale; Dale Holler and David Holler, both here; two daughters, Mrs. Linda Whetsell, Addison, and Mrs. Vickie Minick, here; a brother, Jack Holler, Boynton; two sisters, Mrs. Mary E. Baer, Turtle Creek, and Mrs. Beatrice M. Ferraro, here; 12 grandchildren and a great-granddaughter. Friends will be received at the Thomas Funeral Home Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be conducted in the funeral home Thursday at 2 p.m. by the Rev. David E. Fetter. Interment will be in Salisbury Cemetery. The Cumberland Evening Times, June 18, 1986. Holler, Kenneth A. (I15398)
 
7364 SALISBURY, Pa. - Margaret Angela Baer, 90, of Salisbury, died Thursday, Aug. 26, 2004, at Frostburg Village Nursing Home, Frostburg, Md. Born Sept. 28, 1913, in Avilton, Md., she was the daughter of the late Samuel and Sarah (McKenzie) Orner. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph Baer, Sr., June 3, 1975; a daughter, Carol McKenzie; a sister, Nellie Harding; and a brother, George Orner. Mrs. Baer was a member of Greenville Lutheran Church and was a homemaker. She is survived by three sons, Ralph Baer Jr. and wife Wilda and Carl Baer and wife Delores, all of Frostburg, and Robert Baer and wife Ann, Elkins, W.Va.; two daughters, Anna Hochard, Northport, Ala., and Linda Arnold and husband Ralph, Salisbury; 15 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Newman Funeral Home, Inc., 9168 Mason-Dixon Highway, Salisbury, on Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted on Saturday at 11 a.m. at Greenville Lutheran Church with the Rev. David E. Fetter officiating. Friends may call at the church one hour prior to the services. Interment will be in Greenville Cemetery. Daily American, August 27, 2004.

She was buried on 28 Aug 2004 in Greenville Lutheran Cemetery, Pocahontas, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. 
Orner, Margaret Angela (I15039)
 
7365 SALISBURY, Pa. - Miss Alice B. Wetmiller, 82, of Castle Shannon, died yesterday at a Pittsburgh hospital. Born in Greenville Township, she was a daughter of the late Samuel and Lydia (Weimer) Wetmiller. A former registered nurse, she had worked at the Vincentian Home in Pittsburgh, and was a member of Third Order of St. Francis. Surviving are a brother, Cyrus Wetmiller, Latham, N.Y.; three sisters, Mrs. Lucinda Waldo, Lancaster, N.Y.; Mrs. Margaret Knecht, Mrs. Grace Counihan, West Salisbury. The body is at the Thomas Funeral Home. A Christian wake service will be conducted at 8 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated tomorrow at 10 a.m. at St. Michael's Catholic Church, West Salisbury. Interment will follow in the parish cemetery. The Cumberland Evening Times, November 4, 1975 Wetmiller, Alice B. (I06902)
 
7366 SALISBURY, Pa. - Rena E. (Minnick) Brant McKenzie, 79, of 9586 Mason-Dixon Highway, Salisbury, died Thursday, March 5, 1998, at the Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pittsburgh.

Born Sept. 18, 1918, in Frostburg, she was a daughter of the late Bert and Edna (Layman) Minnick. She also was preceded in death by two husbands, Chester Brant and Cobey McKenzie.

Mrs. McKenzie was a member of St. Ann's Catholic Church, Grantsville, Md.

Surviving are five sons, William Brant, Silver Spring, Md., Chester Brant, College Park, Md., Ervin Brant, Lonaconing, Md., Robert Brant, Riverdale, Md., and John Brant, Zihlman, Md.; four daughters, Evelyn Resh and Darlene Bone, both of Frostburg, Juanita Tuck, Salisbury, Pa., and Cheryl Garvey, Beltsville, Md.; 28 grandchildren; and 38 great-grandchildren.

Friends will be received at the Newman Funeral Home, Grantsville, on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Grantsville, on Saturday at 10 a.m. with the Rev. William Moody officiating.

Interment will be in St. Ann's Cemetery.

Expressions of sympathy may be directed to either the Heart Fund or Diabetes Foundation. 
Minnick, Larena Elizabeth (Rena) (I43259)
 
7367 SALISBURY, Pa. - Ruth Elizabeth (Raley) Fate, 82, formerly of Salisbury, died Wednesday Feb. 3, 1993 at Crofton Convalescent Center, Crofton. Born Nov. 26, 1910, in Zihlman, she was a daughter of the late Clarence Moses and Mary Loretta (McKenzie) Raley. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Harry J. Fate. Mrs. Fate was employed as a cook for Garf's Sandwich Shop and prior to that as a seamstress at Salisbury Undergarment Factory. She was a member of St. John's United Church of Christ, the T.T.T. class of St. John's and Salisbury VFW Auxiliary. Survivors include two sons, James T. Fate, and wife Marilyn Fate, Annapolis and Charles C. Fate and wife Peggy Fate, Davidsonville; one daughter, Evelyn M. Whitmore, Canton, Ohio; two sisters, Dorothy A. Arnold and Evelyn P. McKenzie, both of Frostburg; six grandchildren and one great grandchild. Friends will be received Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Newman Funeral Home, Inc., Salisbury. Services will be conducted Saturday at 3 p.m. in the funeral home by the Rev. Lamar Bender. Interment will be at Salisbury Cemetery. The Cumberland Times-News, February 4, 1993. Raley, Ruth Elizabeth (I02508)
 
7368 SALISBURY, Pa. Helen Louise Minick, 63, of 245 High St., Salisbury, died Saturday, Oct. 5, 2002, at the Conemaugh Hospital, Johnstown. Born Oct. 29, 1938, at Meyersdale, she was the daughter of the late George and Viola (Wilt) Orner. Mrs. Minick was a flagger for Keystone Lime Company and was a member of St. Michaels Catholic Church, West Salisbury. Surviving besides her husband, Carl J. Minick; eight sons, Kenneth Hollada and wife Joyce, Salisbury, Wayne Hollada and wife Debra, Meyersdale, David Hollada, Terra Alta, Randall Hollada and wife Susan, Meyersdale, Glenn Hollada and wife Michelle, Cumberland, Md., Russell Hollada and wife Tammy, Meyersdale, Harold Hollada, Meyersdale, and Mike Minick and wife Tina, Jennerstown; six daughters, Terry Bodes and husband James, Salisbury, Glynnis Troutman and husband Vondell, Wellersburg, Roxann Baker and husband Jeffrey, Rockwood, Christine Houck and husband Rodney, Sidmen, Amy Broucher and husband Randy, Somerset, and Lisa Borosky and husband Gary, Somerset; one brother, Roger Orner, Meyserdale; four sisters, Ruth Miller, Willowock, Ohio, Shelva Conn, Meyersdale, Joann Werner, Springs, and Shirley Anderson, Washington; 29 grandchildren, Jay, Chris, Nicole, Natasha, Joshua, Jessica, Kristan, Michael, Randall Jr., Carl, Monica, Jessica, Jeremy, Brandon, Travis, Danielle, Matthew, Shannon, Amanda, Joshua, Vanessa, Ashley, Renee, Emily, Kristen, Kylie, Andrew, Amy, and Mikey; and three great-grandchildren, Samantha, Danny, and Zachary. Friends will be received at the Newman Funeral Home, Inc., 9168 Mason Dixon Highway, Salisbury, on Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted at the funeral home on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2002, at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Albert J. Anselmi officiating. Interment will be in the Salisbury Cemetery. Contributions may be directed to the family. Cumberland Times obituary. Orner, Helen Louise (I15137)
 
7369 SALISBURY, Pa. — Elmer U. Caton, 62, of Boynton, died Friday at Meyersdale Community Hospital. A native of Garrett County, Md., he was a son of Mrs. Bertha (Johnson) Caton McKenzie, RD 4, Meyersdale, and the late Simon Caton. Also surviving are his wife, Susan (Strum) Caton; a son, Eugene E. Caton, Meyersdale; two daughters, Mrs. Betty L. Bowser, Walled Lake, Mich., and Mrs. Bertha Sines, Fairbanks, Alaska; a sister, Mrs. Sarah Knepp, Meyersdale, RD 4; a half-brother, Eugene McKenzie, Boynton; a half-sister, Mrs. Pearl Sturtz, Meyersdale RD 4, and 10 grandchildren. The body is at the Thomas Funeral Home, here, where a service will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. Rev. Paul W. Walker will officiate and interment will be in IOOF Cemetery, here. The Cumberland News, January 10, 1966

Elmer U. CATON and Susan Marie STURM were married. Susan Marie STURM was born on 19 Apr 1906 in Hamilton, West Virginia. She died on 21 Mar 1998 in Somerset, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania.  
Caton, Elmer U. (I11263)
 
7370 SALISBURY, Pa. — Lawrence William Deal, 46, of Salisbury, died Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015, at his home. Born May 31, 1968, in Meyersdale, he was the son of Paul and Phyllis (Layton) Deal, Salisbury. Mr. Deal was a truck driver and a member of Greenville Lutheran Church. Along with his parents, he is survived by his wife, LeeAnn (Maciorowski) Deal; three sons, Corey Murray-Deal and Caleb Murray-Deal, both of Avilton, and William Deal, Salisbury; one daughter, Cathleen Deal, Salisbury; one stepson, Cody Saumier, Salisbury; one stepdaughter, Cheyenne Saumier, Salisbury; two brothers, Paul Deal Jr., Salisbury, and William J. Deal, Meyersdale; two sisters, Paula A. Deal, Salisbury, and Mary A. Knopsnyder, Wellersburg. Friends will be received at the Newman Funeral Home, Inc., 9168 Mason-Dixon Hwy., Salisbury, on Friday, Jan. 30, 2015, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be conducted in the Greenville Lutheran Church on Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Ingrid Chenoweth and the Rev. Gary Green officiating. Friends may call at the church one hour prior to the services. Interment will be in the Greenville Cemetery. Cumberland Times-News, January 29, 2015 Deal, Lawrence William (I39604)
 
7371 SALISBURY, Pa. — Margaret Elizabeth Bowman, 87, of Salisbury, Pa., died Friday, May 20, 2011, at Golden Living Center, Meyersdale, Pa. Born Jan. 12, 1924, in West Salisbury, Pa., she was the daughter of the late Percy and Helen (McKenzie) Harris. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Grant Milton Bowman, on March 3, 2008. Mrs. Bowman was a homemaker, a member of St. Michael’s Catholic Church and Salisbury Firemen’s Auxiliary. She is survived by two sons, Frederick Bowman, of West Salisbury, and Michael Bowman and lifelong friend, Joyce, of Boynton, Pa.; a daughter, Mary Bowman, of West Salisbury and a brother, Fred Harris, of Salisbury. At her request, her body was cremated. Friends will be received in St. Michael’s Catholic Church for a Memorial Mass on Tuesday, May 31, 2011, at 10 a.m. with Father Nathan Munsch officiating. Burial will be in St. Michael’s Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.newmanfuneralhomes.com. Cumberland Times-News, May 25, 2011 Harris, Margaret Elizabeth (I03504)
 
7372 Sampson Gregory MCKENZIE and Barbara Christiana EBAUGH were married on 30 Oct 1884 in Meyersdale, Summit Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. The Daily Courier, Connellsville, on October 29, 1934, announcing the 50th anniversary of Sampson and Barbara:

The Samson J. MCKENZIE home on Olinger Street was the scene of a most pleasant and enjoyable event last Sunday when this well known and highly esteemed couple celebrated their golden anniversary. Upon this occasion their nine children, with their families, and other relatives and intimate and other relatives and intimate friends, enjoyed a bountiful feast at the MCKENZIE home, remaining throughout the afternoon and evening in the enjoyment of the fellowship of their honored parents and others who were present at the pleasant event. Also, during the afternoon and evening Mr. and Mrs. MCKENZIE held "open house" when hundreds of people from town and vicinity called upon the aged couple and felicitated them upon the celebration of their half-century of connubial bliss.
Samson MCKENZIE is the son of the late Ambrose and Lydia MCKENZIE of Greenville Township, and Mrs. MCKENZIE, prior to her marriage was Miss Barbara EBAUGH, a daughter of the late Rineholt and Victoria EBAUGH who resided on the western slope of the Allegheny Mountain in Summit Township.
They were united in marriage in the old Catholic Church edifice, a portion of which is still standing on the corner of Main and Cherry Streets, by the late Rev. D.J. GALLAGHER. Following the ceremony they located on what is known as the Gumbert farm in Greenville Township, continuing the farmer's calling until 31 years ago, when they located in Meyersdale, in the dwelling in which they now reside, which they purchased from the Meyersdale Planing Mill Company. For a number of years after locating in town, Mr. MCKENZIE followed the occupation of coal mining. Later he entered the employ of his son, Thomas A. MCKENZIE and has since been assisting him in the conduct of his grocery store.
Nine children were born to Mr. and Mrs. MCKENZIE and all were present at the celebration on Sunday, as follows: Mrs. Mollie SHAFFER, formerly of Mt. Savage, Md., but a resident of Meyersdale since the death of her husband several years ago; Thomas A. MCKENZIE, Simon P. MCKENZIE, John MCKENZIE of Meyersdale; Robert MCKENZIE, all of Meyersdale; Catherine, who is Mrs. Clarence GIPE of Chicago; Mrs. Andrew Gates of Altoona; Leo MCKENZIE of Meadville; and Edward MCKENZIE of Somerset. There were also eleven grandchildren, all of whom were present with their parents. James MCKENZIE, of Greenville Twp, a brother of Samson MCKENZIE, who served as best man at the Wedding; Mrs. Edward LORADITCH of Pocahontas, a sister; Simon EBAUGH of Boswell; Joseph EBAUGH and Miss Agnes EBAUGH of Meyersdale, brother and sister of Mrs. MCKENZIE were also present to help the grand old couple celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. br>Mr. and Mrs. MCKENZIE, during there long residence in Meyersdale have endeared themselves in their neighbors, their friends being legion. They have ever proven themselves kind and indulgent parents, helpful neighbors, the best and most loyal of citizens and they are most highly esteemed by those who know them best. It is the wish of all that they may be spared to celebrate the next major anniversary in their wedded lives.

Samson G. McKenzie, 91, died August 4, at 11:45 a.m. at his home in the Shipley Apartments where he lived with his daughter, Mrs. Rose Gates. He had been ill for about four years. Previously for many years he had lived in his home at 338 Olinger street. In his active years he was a teamster. He was born in Greenville township Nov. 7, 1858, the son of Ambrose and Lydia (Long) McKenzie, both of whom were born in Frostburg, Md. October 30, 1884, he married Barbara Ebaugh, who preceded him in death a number of years ago. He is survived by these children: Mrs. Mollie Shaffer, Somerset; Thomas A. and Simon, Meyersdale; Catherine, Chicago, Ill.; Mrs. Rose Gates, Meyersdale; Leo, Meadville; John, Meyersdale; Edward, Somerset; and Robert, Cumberland, Md.; also by 13 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. He was a member of SS Philip and James Catholic Church where requiem mass was conducted for him by Father Raymond W. Cuples at 10 o'clock Monday morning. The Meyersdale Republican, August 10, 1950 
McKenzie, Samson Gregory (I01587)
 
7373 Samuel Albert Joshua MCKENZIE (Albert James-2, Samuel-1) was born on 27 Jan 1908 in Cresaptown, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 15 Jan 1958 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland.

Samuel Albert McKenzie, 49, of 13 Oak Street, died this morning in Sacred Heart Hospital. A native of Cresaptown, he was a son of Mrs. Alice (Robinson Clayton) of Cresaptown, and the late Albert McKenzie. He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church and was employed at the Kelly-Springfield Tire Company. Besides his mother, he is survived by his widow, Mrs. Nellie Ruth (Deneen) McKenzie; two sons, William G. McKenzie, of Chillum, Md., and Freddie McKenzie, at home; three daughters, Alice McKenzie, Martinsburg; Judy and Janet McKenzie, both at home; three brothers, Thomas E., William G., and Clarence M. McKenzie, all of Cresaptown; and five sisters, Mrs. Samuel Lease and Mrs. Thornton Lease, both of Cresaptown; Mrs. George Clayton, of Dorsey, Md., and Miss Nellie McKenzie and Miss Teresa McKenzie, both of Cresaptown. The Cumberland Evening Times, January 15, 1958

Death Certificate courtesy of Don Kagle.

He was buried on 18 Jan 1958 in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. 
McKenzie, Samuel Albert Joshua (I14859)
 
7374 Samuel and Mamie are buried in St. Ann's Cemetery, Avilton, Maryland. Ravenscroft, Mamie A. (I03493)
 
7375 Samuel Clark and Elizabeth LYBARGER were married in Mar 1872 in Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. Elizabeth LYBARGER (daughter of Joseph J. LYBARGER Jr. and Susanna DOMER) was born in Sep 1854 in Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. In the 1860 Census, Elizabeth is living with her grandmother Elizabeth Hutzell Domer. She is 5 years old. She died on 15 Jan 1940 in Greenville Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. This information comes from the Martha E. Petenbrink Family Bible.

MEYERSDALE, Jan. 18 — Mrs. Elizabeth Clark, 85, died Monday at the home of her son, Joseph, at Greenville township. A daughter of the late Joseph H. and Susan Domer Lyberger, she was the widow of Samuel Clark. Surviving are these children: Mrs. John McKenzie, Meyersdale; Mrs. Harry Yaist, Youngstown, Ohio; Joseph, with whom she resided; Peter, address unknown, and William, Greenville township. The Daily Courier, Connellsville, Pennsylvania, January 18, 1940.

Meyersdale, Pa., January 20 - Mrs. Elizabeth (Lybarger) Clark, 85, died Monday. Surviving are three sons, Joseph, Meyersdale R. D, at whose home she died; John, of Garrett, and William, of Meyersdale. Two daughters, Mrs. John McKenzie, of Meyersdale, and Mrs. Harry Yaist, of Youngstown, Ohio, also 37 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren. She was a sister of Mrs. Harvey Broucher and Mrs. Philip Brode, Akron, Ohio; Mrs. Walter Plitt and Mrs. Eugene Rosenberger, Meyersdale, and Joseph, Monongahela City, Pa. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon in the White Oak Reformed Church with interment in White Oak Cemetery. Rev. J. E. Gindlesperger officiated. The Cumberland Sunday Times, January 21, 1940

John Lybarger email: Please note that Elizabeth Lybarger you inquire about is number 566 in our book The Lybarger Descendants. In the partial report below is information on the ancestors (three generations) of this lineage. Please note that we have incomplete and no information on the descendants of this lineage. I would appreciate any information you might share with me. You may send this information in whatever format is easiest for you and I would include it into the proper place within the Lybarger database. Hope to see you in July at the reunion in Pennsylvania. Bye for now, John L. Lybarger, June 2008

Ancestors of Elizabeth Lybarger

Generation No. 1

1. Elizabeth Lybarger, born 1854 in Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 2. Joseph J. Lybarger Jr. and 3. Susan Domer. She married (1) _____ Clark.
Generation No. 2

2. Joseph J. Lybarger Jr., born 07 Jul 1831 in Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; died 17 May 1903 in Meyersdale, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. He was the son of 4. Joseph J. Lybarger Sr. and 5. Susan Gymer. He married 3. Susan Domer.
3. Susan Domer, born 03 Dec 1833 in Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; died 05 Nov 1901 in Meyersdale, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 6. Frederick Domer and 7. Elizabeth _____.
Notes for Joseph J. Lybarger Jr.:
They lived at Keystone, Pennsylvania. In the Civil War he served in Co. "C", 54th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers from Somerset Co., Pennsylvania.
Baptism August 18, 1831, Sponsors, Parents.
Buried Meyersdale, Pennsylvania, White Oak Church.
Notes for Susan Domer:
Buried Wittenberg, Pennsylvania, White Oak Church Cemetery.
Children of Joseph Lybarger and Susan Domer are:
i. Ida Lybarger, born in Pennsylvania.
ii. Sarah Lybarger, born in Pennsylvania.
iii. Susan Lybarger, born in Pennsylvania.
iv. William H. Lybarger, born in Pennsylvania.
1 v. Elizabeth Lybarger, born 1854 in Pennsylvania; married _____ Clark.
vi. Norman Milton Lybarger Sr., born 30 Oct 1856 in Keystone Junction, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; died 07 Mar 1936 in Hood River, Hood River Co., Oregon; married (1) Catherine Hartland 1878 in Hyndman Bedford Co., Pennsylvania; born 08 Jan 1860 in West Bromwich, Staffordshire, England; died 30 May 1911; married (2) Florence Wilson 1913; born 27 Jul 1873; died Abt. 1940.
Notes for Norman Milton Lybarger Sr.:
He lived first at Keystone, Pennsylvania, then at Hyndman, Pennsylvania. Later he located at Hood River, Oregon, where he dealt in hay and grain.
Notes for Catherine Hartland:
Buried Hyndman, Pennsylvania.
vii. Amanda Civila Lybarger, born 02 May 1859 in Pennsylvania; died May 1938 in Keystone Junction, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; married (1) Nathaniel J. Baer 12 Dec 1877 in Keystone Junction, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; born 20 Jun 1850; died 12 Nov 1904 in Keystone Junction, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; married (2) Jerry W. Cassen 20 Feb 1909; born 02 Jan 1855; died 1930.
viii. Joseph Ellsworth Lybarger, born 20 Mar 1861 in Keystone Junction, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; died 29 May 1940 in Monongahela, Washington Co., Pennsylvania; married Sarah Elizabeth Coleman 25 Dec 1881 in Monongahela, Washington Co., Pennsylvania; born 15 Sep 1860 in Savage, Howard Co., Maryland; died 08 Jan 1952 in Monongahela, Washington Co., Pennsylvania.
ix. Minnie Lybarger, born 04 Feb 1869 in Pennsylvania; married George P. Brode 15 Jul 1890; died 1930.
Generation No. 3

4. Joseph J. Lybarger Sr., born 01 Sep 1801 in Londonderry Twp., Bedford Co., Pennsylvania; died 27 Dec 1870 in Glencoe, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. He was the son of Ludwick Lybarger Sr. and Philbena _____. He married 5. Susan Gymer 27 Nov 1827 in Berlin, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania.
5. Susan Gymer, born 14 Jan 1812; died 03 Mar 1880 in Somerset Co., Pennsylvania.
Notes for Joseph J. Lybarger Sr.:
He was a church communicant on December 11, 1828. He was one of his father's executors and was willed the "land under the ridge". On the census of 1830 he is shown in Londonderry Twp., Bedford Co., Pennsylvania. He located at Keystone, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania.
It has been stated that all of Joseph's sons served in the Union Army in the Civil War.
Buried Glencoe, Pennsylvania, White Oak Church Cemetery.
Notes for Susan Gymer:
AKA Susan Gimer.
Buried Glencoe, Pennsylvania, White Oak Church Cemetery.
Children of Joseph Lybarger and Susan Gymer are:
i. George Washington Lybarger, born 17 Jun 1830 in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania; married Catherine Hutzel 1867; died 1913.
Notes for George Washington Lybarger:
In the Civil War he served in Captain Long's Co., 54th Regiment, Pennsylvania. Vols., from Somerset Co., Ohio. A member of the Grand Army of the Republic. He was a member of the Lutheran Church. Some of his family are said to live near Garrett, Pennsylvania.
ii. Anna Maria Lybarger, born 1831 in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania.
2 iii. Joseph J. Lybarger Jr., born 07 Jul 1831 in Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; died 17 May 1903 in Meyersdale, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; married Susan Domer.
iv. Lewis Lybarger, born 04 Feb 1833 in Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; died 20 Oct 1904 in Waukesha, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin; married Sarah Ellen Everett 12 Apr 1866; born 24 Nov 1847; died 03 Mar 1918 in Waukesha, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin.
Notes for Lewis Lybarger:
He served in Civil War from Somerset Co., Pennsylvania.
Baptism July 18, 1833, Sponsors, Parents.
Buried Waukesha, Wisconsin.
Notes for Sarah Ellen Everett:
Buried Waukesha, Wisconsin.
v. Jacob Lyberger, born 21 Nov 1834 in Buffalo Mills, Bedford Co., Pennsylvania; died 10 May 1911 in Donegal, Westmoreland Co.,Pennsylvania; married Sarah Younkin 29 Sep 1872; born 28 Aug 1845 in Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; died 17 Apr 1922 in Donegal, Westmoreland Co.,Pennsylvania.
Notes for Jacob Lyberger:
Jacob was one of nine brothers who served in the Union Army in the Civil War. He entered service September 26, 1864 and was discharged December 5, 1864 at Camp Biddle, Carlisle, Pennsylvania due to an accident, (deformity of left hip and consequent shortening of leg). In about 1872 he settled in Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania.
Buried Stahlstown, Pennsylvania, Walnut Hill Cemetery.
Notes for Sarah Younkin:
AKA Sarah Youngkin.
vi. Lanah Lybarger, born 02 Dec 1836 in Larimer Twp., Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; died 18 Feb 1913 in Connellsville, Fayette Co., Pennsylvania; married Esau H. Deal 06 Jun 1858 in Larimer Twp., Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; born 27 Jun 1834 in Somerset, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; died 18 Jun 1907 in Northampton Twp., Somerset Co., Pennsylvania.
Notes for Lanah Lybarger:
AKA Lena Lybarger. Baptism May 21, 1837, Sponsors, Parents.
Buried Mt. Olivet Church Cemetery.
Notes for Esau H. Deal:
He enrolled in Company "H" 171st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry in October 1862; served guard and garrison duty in Newbern and Little Washington, North Carolina; honorably discharged at Fredericksburg, Virginia in Aug 1863; re-enlisted in Company "E" 52nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry at Chambersburg, Pennsylvania on 26 Sep 1864; served guard duty at Morris Island and Charleston, South Carolina.
Buried Mt. Olivet Church Cemetery.
vii. Henry G. Lybarger, born 16 Jan 1839 in Bedford, Bedford Co., Pennsylvania; died 20 Jan 1912 in Manns Choice, Bedford Co., Pennsylvania; married Catherine May 20 Nov 1864 in Manns Choice, Bedford Co., Pennsylvania; born 03 Jul 1841; died 04 Apr 1932 in Manns Choice, Bedford Co., Pennsylvania.
Notes for Henry G. Lybarger:
He served in the Civil War in Co. "G", 55th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers.
Buried Manns Choice, Pennsylvania, Mt. Olive Cemetery.
Notes for Catherine May:
She was a member of the Mennonite Church.
Buried Manns Choice, Pennsylvania, Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
viii. William Lybarger, born 1842 in Pennsylvania; died 1862.
ix. Elizabeth Lybarger, born 1841 in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania; died 1922; married (1) Nathaniel Crosby; born 1839; died 1873; married (2) James Hoskins.
x. Valentine G. Lybarger, born 1846 in Pennsylvania; died 1863.
xi. Samuel Lybarger, born Bef. 1850 in Pennsylvania.
xii. John Gordon Lybarger, born 05 May 1850 in Pennsylvania; died 11 Aug 1924 in Olympia, Thurston Co., Washington; married (1) Lura Ellen Mix 25 Oct 1880 in Olympia, Thurston Co., Washington; born 30 Oct 1860; died 08 May 1908 in Olympia, Thurston Co., Washington; married (2) Lovena Kohl Abt. 1910; died 1921.
Notes for John Gordon Lybarger:
He was a logger, part-time carpenter, grading contractor, and real estate investor. He was also a volunteer fireman, an Odd Fellow, a Republican county committeeman and a city councilman for a short time. He worked for a timber company and later owned the Westside Grocery on North Rogers Street, Olympia, Washington. They owned what is now known as "The Lybarger House", built in 1887 and located at 1056 Boundary St. SE, Olympia, Washington. This is also the reason for Lybarger Street in Olympia, Washington.
Buried I. O. O. F. Cemetery, Tumwater, Washington.
6. Frederick Domer He married 7. Elizabeth _____.
7. Elizabeth _____

Child of Frederick Domer and Elizabeth _____ is:
3 i. Susan Domer, born 03 Dec 1833 in Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; died 05 Nov 1901 in Meyersdale, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; married Joseph J. Lybarger Jr. end of information from John Lybarger
She was buried Dec1940 in White Oak Cemetery, Larimer Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania.

 
Lybarger, Elizabeth (I05142)
 
7376 Samuel Clark was born on 20 Aug 1847 in Meyersdale, Summit Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. Source: Martha E. Petenbrink Family Bible

Church record for the White Oak Reichard Lutheran Church on FHL#940902 Item 6 - Samuel b.20 Aug 1847, baptised 15 Jul 1849, son of Math & Polly Clark. Same source as above.

He was baptized on 15 Jul 1849 in White Oak Reichard Lutheran Church, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. He died on 18 Dec 1927 in Greenville Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. Death certificate on file.

Samuel Clark died at his residence at Pocahontas, on Sunday, December 18, 1927, after an illness of four months, of a complication of diseases. He was aged 80 years, 3 months and 28 days. In 1872 he was married to Miss Elizabeth Lyberger, daughter of Joseph and Susan Lyberger, who survives him. If he had lived until March, they would have celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary. Besides his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. John McKenzie of near Pocahontas, and Mrs. Harry Yaist of Youngstown, Ohio; and three sons, Joseph Clark, of near Pocahontas; Daniel, Finzel, Md., and Peter, of Corriganville, Md. One daughter preceded him to the grave about ten years ago. He is also survived by 31 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held in the Hostetler Church of the Brethren on December 21st, of which church Mr. Clark was a life-long member. Rev. T. Rodney Coffman was the minister in charge. Interment was made at White Oak Cemetery with Undertaker J. L. Tressler in charge. The Meyersdale Republican, January 19, 1928

He was buried on 23 Dec 1927 in White Oak Cemetery, Larimer Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania.  
Clark, Samuel (I05143)
 
7377 Samuel Durbin was married to Ann, daughter of William Logsdon and Honor O'Flynn, at Saint Thomas Church at Owings Mills, Maryland, July 4, 1734. This marriage is also recorded at St. Paul Catholic Church in Baltimore, Maryland. Samuel Durbin is the patriarch of most, if not all, of the Durbins of Kentucky. Some researchers list Samuel as a son of William Durbin son of Thomas Durbin.Samuel's will, dated September 19, 1752, named none of his children. It is assumed that he died soon after the September date. Ann's will dated July 8, 1770, was probated in Frederick County, Maryland, and named all thirteen of her children. Of these thirteen children, at least four were pioneer settlers of Kentucky. John came in between 1775 and 1780; Thomas, Christopher, and Edward came in circa 1788. John Durbin, according to James Virden, was the first Durbin in Kentucky, arriving with Daniel Boone in 1775, and was one of the axmen who blazed the Wilderness Trail. [Durbin-Logsdon Genealogy by Betty Jewell Durbin Carson]

Liber 28, folio 40019 Sept. 1752

DURBIN, SAMUEL, Frederick Co., planter. To son William Durbin, 100a at the lower end of Cobbs Choice in lieu of The Pleasants Green. To dau. Ann Durbin, a cow & calf. To dau. Margret Durbin, an heifer yearlin. To son John Durbin, my sorrel mares colt. My wife & extrx. [not named] is to keep all above written & the dw. plntn. if she not mar. To son Samuel Durbin, on his mother d., the dw. plntn. 50a. Witn: Edwd. Meacham, Thos. Logsdon, William Wilson. 23 Oct 1752, sworn to by all 3 witn.

Samuel Durbin, born about 1700 in colonial Maryland, is believed to be the son of Thomas and Mary Downes Durbin. It is recorded that Samuel Durbin married Ann Logsdon on 4th of July 1723 in St. Pauls Church, Baltimore, MD. Ann Logsdon was the daughter of William Logsdon and Honor O'Flynn. The children of Samuel and Ann are as follows: William, Samuel Jr., Thomas, John, Christopher, Edward, Nicholas, Benjamin, Sarah, Ann, Margaret, Mary and Honor. The last 2 girls may have been twins.

Samuel was involved in the Methodist Church of America. There are roadside signs pointing to a wonderful old home built in 1767, still standing in good condition where Samuel and Ann lived. It is likely that Samuel built the home and the nearby original log cabin where their son Christopher was born. The Durbins became interested in Methodism and the first American ordained bishop, Francis Asbury often preached in their home as well as another famous preacher, Robert Strawbridge, recognized by many as the first Methodist preacher in America. He was a near neighbor and friend. The Durbins were active in establishing Methodism in this country and belonged to the First Society of Methodism. bSam's History

/bThe family account of the Durbin family began with Samuel Durbin who came to Frederick County, Maryland at its early settlement. It was thought that Samuel came from Bristow, England. It was also expressed that the durbin homland was Ireland.

Samuel Durbin was married to Ann Logsdon of Frederick County, Maryland, 4 July 1723 at St. Pauls Parish, in Baltimore County, Maryland. Ann was the daughter of William Logsdon, an emigrant to Maryland in 1673 and Honor O'Flynn. Honor O'Flynn was mentioned in old records as an Irish girl of great piety, and it was through her that the Catholic element appeared in the Durbin line. The family lore handed down through the generations was of a beautiful Irish girl named Honor O'Flynn who was kidnapped from Ireland and brought to this country, and who was married to a Logsdon. These quotes were taken from some Catholic records pertaining to one Father Elisha Durbin, son of John D. Durbin and Patience Logsdon. This information was submitted to Mrs. Ernest F. Schuchert of Chester, Illinois from Mr. Howard steiner of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Some of the descendants of Durbins of this line became very staunch Catholics. However, Mr. steiner said that the wonderful home which Samuel Durbin and his sons built in 1767 was still standing in good condition, that the homestead had been made a shrine by the Methodist Church of America. There were roadside signs pointing to its location about two miles out from Westminster, Maryland. The Durbins became interested in Methodism, and the first American ordained bishop Francis Asbury often visited with the Durbins during three generations of that family. He preached in their home as well as did Robert Strawbridge, who was recognized by many as the first Methodist preacher in America. Robert Strawbridge was a near neighbor and friend. The Durbins were active in establishing Methodism in the this country and William, a son, belonged to the First Society of Methodism. Samuel Durbinn's homestead was within two miles of Westminster, Maryland. If his children were born in the log cabin which stands near the home, then their birth place could read Carroll County, Maryland instead of Frederick County, Maryland which sounds most probable. Carroll County was once a part of Baltimore County in Maryland. This information was submitted to Mrs. Ernest F. Schuchert of Chester, Illionois from Mr. Howard Steiner of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

From the New Winsor District in Carroll County, Maryland came a note that not far from Pipe Creek lived William Durbin who with his wife joined the Methodist in 1768. Their son, John Durbin, was a traveling preacher.

The following is a transcription of the Will of Samuel Durbin from the Durbin Family History web site of Gene Klein:

In the name of God Amen. The nineteenth day of September one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two I, Samuel Durbin of Frederick County in the Province of Maryland Planter being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be giving unto God. And calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament, that is to say principally. And first of all, I commend my soul into the Hands of God that gave it me: and as for my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in a Christian like and decent manner as it shall please my Executrix hereafter named.

Imprimis: I give to my well beloved son William Durbin an hundred acres of land, being part of a tract of land called Cobbs Choice in lieu of a tract of Land called the Pleasants Green of the said William Durbin to take the said Land at lower end and not to take any of the improvements of my dwelling plantation as I now live upon.

Item: And likewise I give to my well beloved Daughter Ann Durbin one cow and calf.

Item: I give likewise to my well beloved Daughter Margaret Durbin an heifer yearling.

Item: And to my well beloved son Thomas Durbin I give an heifer yearling.

Item: And to my well beloved Son John Durbin I give my Sorrel mares colt.

Imprimis: I leave my dear and loving wife my sole Executrix and to keep all the above written in her possession till her decease if she don't marry and the dwelling plantation she now lives upon and after her decease, I leave it to my well beloved son Samuel Durbin, it being fifty acres with all the appurtenances there unto belonging and when my debts is paid I leave the remainder of my personal estate that is left to be equally divided amongst the rest of my children.

N.B. That three must sign this will that is awarding to law.

Samuel Durbin

Test Edw. Mecliam
Tho. T Logsdon
William Wilson

October the 23d 1752 Edward Mecliam Thomas Logsdon & William Willson subscribing witnesses to the within will being duly sworn on the Holy Evangel of Alimighty God depose and say that they saw the Testator Samuel Durbin subscribe the within as his last Will & Testament & heard him piblish & declare it as such, and at the time his so doing he was to the best of their apprehensions of sound disposing mind & memory that they subscribed the within will in the presence & at the request of the Testator Samuel Durbins.

Sworn before me

John Darnale
Deputy Cmmy of Fred. Ct. 
Durbin, Samuel Sr. (I00532)
 
7378 SAMUEL EDWARD MCKENZIE, 54, Meyersdale RD 3, died Sunday Nov. 25, in the Miners Hospital, Frostburg MD. He was born Jan. 10, 1897, the son of John and Amanda (Clark) McKenzie, deceased. He is survived by his wife, Irene Freeburg McKenzie and two sisters, Mrs. Daisy Foy and Mrs. Elnora Steinley, Meyersdale. He was a member of the White Oak Evangelical and Reformed Church and the Order of Owls. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 pm in the Konhaus Funeral Home. Interment in White Oak Cemetery. He served in the military. Samuel entered the service on 30 Aug 1918 at Rockwood, Pennsylvania in the 55th Guard Co., as a Private 1st Class. United States service was from 30 August 1918 until 5 September 1918, at which time he was sent to France. He was there until 11 July 1919. Discharge was from Fort Dix, New Jersey on 18 July 1919. His gravesite marker - "PFC 55th Guard Co., WWI

In 1920 census he is with his parents in Greenville Township, age 22, working as a clay miner.

In 1930 census he is still single with his parents. Listed as veteran of WWI. He was buried.


He served in the military. Samuel entered the service on 30 Aug 1918 at Rockwood, Pennsylvania in the 55th Guard Co., as a Private 1st Class. United States service was from 30 August 1918 until 5 September 1918, at which time he was sent to France. He was there until 11 July 1919. Discharge was from Fort Dix, New Jersey on 18 July 1919. His gravesite marker - "PFC 55th Guard Co., WWI.

In 1920 census he is with his parents in Greenville Township, age 22, working as a clay miner.

In 1930 census he is still single with his parents. Listed as veteran of WWI. He was buried. 
McKenzie, Samuel Edward (Ed) (I05166)
 
7379 Samuel Emmet McKENZIE was born on 26 Jun 1919 in Edson, AB, CAN, died on 19 Feb 1989 in Quesnel, BC, CAN at age 69, and was buried in Quesnel, BC, CAN. The cause of his death was Bronchopneumonia/Carcinoma of bronchus.

Death Notes: 15 Mar 1989, Quesnel Cariboo Observer

SAMUEL MCKENZIE

Logger, hunter and trapper, Samuel Emmet McKenzie passed away on Feb. 19 at G.R. Baker Hospital in
Quesnel. A resident of Schemanauer Road, funeral services were held Feb. 22 at Quesnel Municipal Cemetery.
Born June 26, 1919 in Edson, Alta., Mr. McKenzie lived on a farm and attended school in Alberta before moving to Kelowna with his parents in 1936. In 1939 he homesteaded near Ahbu Creek for several years. He hunted, trapped and logged in the area. Mr. McKenzie married Olga Chase on Jan. 1944 in Quesnel. He is survived by two sons, Allen (Sharon) McKenzie of Quesnel; Robin (Jeannie) of Kelowna; one daughter, Jenny-Lee Scott (Elmer Bosley) of Cherryville, B.C.; seven grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; one brother, Bob of Kelowna; two sisters, Agnes Robbins of Vancouver and Marjorie Jenkins of Grassland, Alta.; along with several nieces and nephews.
Mr. McKenzie was predeceased by brothers Frank, Lawrence, Earl, James and sister, Verna.

Burial Notes: Municipal Cemetery

Samuel married Olga Ruth CHASE in Jan 1944 in Quesnel, BC, CAN. They had three children: Allen, Robin, and Jenny-Lee.  
McKenzie, Samuel Emmet (I02731)
 
7380 Samuel F. and his wife, Hannah Guslor are buried in St. Ann's Cemetery, Avilton, Garrett Co., Maryland. McKenzie, Samuel Francis (I01618)
 
7381 Samuel F. Dishong Jr., 64, of Corriganville, Md., died Thursday, Dec. 5, 1985, at Sacred Heart Hospital, Cumberland, Md. He was manager of automotive testing at the Allegany Ballistics Laboratory and was a former general manager for Potomac Motor Sales, now Gateway Motors, Winchester Road. Born in Boynton, Mr. Dishong was a son of Samuel F. Dishong Sr., Hyndman, and the late Marie (Duckworth) Dishong. He was a member of the American Society for Testing Materials and the Society of Automotive Engineers, and was a member and former secretary of the Proving Ground Safety Committee. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and was a former member of the Corriganville Volunteer Fire Department. His wife, the former Marguerite Crump, died in 1981. Surviving besides his father are one daughter, Mrs. Sandra Robertson, Leadville, Colo., and a brother, William D. Dishong, Corriganville, Md. Friends were received at the Hafer Chapel of the Hills Mortuary where services were conducted Saturday at 11:30 a.m. by Father Stanley Miltenberger. Interment, Rest Lawn Memorial Gardens. The Republic, December 12, 1985. Dishong, Samuel F. Jr. (I15366)
 
7382 Samuel Grant McKenzie was twice married. His first wife was Susan “Susie” Jenkins, and she died quite young. The son Harry Roy is theirs. After Susan died, Sam G. married Susie’s sister, Caroline “Lina” Jenkins, on Mar 29, 1891. Sam and Lina had two children – Sanford and Meta. Major court battle over the Jenkins property in 1908.

Burial:
Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum
Dayton
Montgomery County
Ohio, USA
 
McKenzie, Samuel Grant (I14705)
 
7383 Samuel Helton. Source (S010673)
 
7384 Samuel Henry Clark and Virginia Belle SLONAKER were married on 19 Apr 1941 in Union Grove Methodist Church, Cumberland, Maryland. Miss Virginia Belle Slonaker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slonaker, and Samuel Henry Clark, son of Mrs. Martha Clark, Baltimore pike, were married April 19, in the Union Grove Methodist Church by the Rev. Robert H. Parker, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. William Swan were the attendants. The bride was graduated from Fort Hill High School. Mr. Clark is employed at the Bethlehem Ship Yards, Baltimore. They will reside at 2330 St. Paul street, Baltimore. The Cumberland Evening Times, April 22, 1941.

Cumberland, MD – Virginia Belle (Slonaker) Clark, 84, of Cumberland, MD, died on Tuesday, April 3, 2007, at the WMHS-Memorial Campus. Born August 30, 1922, in Dayton, OH, she was the daughter of the late Charles Slonaker and Ruth Naomi (Conway) Slonaker. Mrs. Clark was also preceded in death by her husband, Samuel Henry Clark. A graduate of Fort Hill High School, Class of 1940, Mrs. Clark was employed by the State of Maryland and a member of the Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church. She is survived by her daughters, Ruth Keifer and her husband, Peter, Cumberland, MD; and Marlene Huffman and her husband, Joe, Kidron, OH; her sisters, Ethel Wilhelm and Bea Mayo; her grandchildren, Jason Huffman and his wife, Kamie; Justin Huffman and his wife, Tonya; Brandon Keifer; Megan Dolly; and Manda Keifer; as well as her great-grandchildren, Alaina and Sam Huffman; Kaylei Keifer; and Jolie Flanagan. A private celebration of Virginia’s life will be held at a later date. The family requests that memorials be made to the Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church, c/o: Union Grove Charge, 15607 Winslow Street, SW, Cumberland, MD 21502 – or – the Salvation Army, Post Office Box #2467, Cumberland, MD 21503-2467. Cumberland Times obituary. 
Slonaker, Virginia Belle (I15720)
 
7385 Samuel Howard DEVORE (son of Paul David DEVORE and Polana RUNIONS) was born on 15 Nov 1960 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 15 Nov 2009 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland.

ELLERSLIE — Samuel Howard DeVore, 49, of Ellerslie, died on Sunday, Nov. 15, 2009, at Braddock Hospital. Born in Cumberland on Nov. 15, 1960, he was the son of Paul David and Polana (Runions) DeVore. He was preceded in death by his wife, Vicki (Bridges) DeVore. Samuel was employed by the Mount Savage Brick Yard. He was a member of the Barrelville Outdoor Club and the Kennels Mills Sportsman Club. Surviving, besides his parents, are a brother, Russell D. “Rusty” DeVore and wife Annette, Hyndman, Pa.; sister, Mary P. Robertson and husband Thomas, Sunnyside; and a number of nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Sowers Funeral Home, P.A., Frostburg, on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted at the funeral home on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009, at 11 a.m. with Pastor Ken Korns officiating. There will be a visitation an hour before the services. Interment will be in Mount Savage Methodist Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be sent to the family to help with the funeral expenses. November 15, 2009, Cumberland Times-News 
Devore, Samuel H. (I33759)
 
7386 Samuel John Logsdon, 47, of Ridgeley died there yesterday. A native of Ridgeley he was a son of Samuel M. and Mary Null Logsdon, Ridgeley. Mr. Logsdon was employed as a male nurse and was a graduate of Ridgeley High School. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Lois Lease. Irwin, Pa., and nieces and nephews. Services will be conducted in San Jose.*

Cumberland News, Friday, November 16, 1973

[*Do not understand this last sentence.] 
Logsdon, Samuel John (I47712)
 
7387 Samuel Jones – Somerset, Pa. – Samuel Jones, 74, of Uhl Street, died Monday in Somerset Community Hospital. Born in South Wales, Mr. Jones was a retired coal inspector for the former Consolidated Coal Company and was a member of the First Christian Church. He is survived by his widow, Alma (McKenzie) Jones; two daughters, Mrs. Thomas Faley, Harrisburg, and Mrs. G. Ernest Illmer, Ligonier, and six grandchildren. Two sisters residing in Wales also survive. The body is at Hauger Funeral Home here where services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. by Rev. Paul Weber. Burial will be in Somerset County Memorial park. Cumberland Evening Times, Wednesday, January 20, 1960

Birth: Mar. 10, 1885, Wales
Death: Jan. 18, 1960
Somerset County
Pennsylvania

Coal mining foreman from Wales, immigrated to Somerset and married Alma Frances McKenzie and fathered Margaret Ellen Jones and Althea Jones

Family links:
Spouse:
Alma F McKenzie Jones (1895 - 1978)*

*Calculated relationship


Burial:
Somerset County Memorial Park
Somerset
Somerset County
Pennsylvania
Plot: X-42 C, graves 1+2

Created by: k wech
Record added: Aug 31, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 29456302
 
Jones, Samuel (I03494)
 
7388 Samuel Lewis MCKENZIE (John William-1) was born on 30 Jan 1870 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. Census lists Jan 1871 in 1900 He died on 23 Feb 1957 at the age of 87 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. Death Certificate courtesy of Don Kagle.

Marriage information per the research of Ray Leidinger, Cumberland, Maryland. All information pulled from Western Maryland marriage records.

Also, the following was received from Ray Leidinger:

From Allegany County, MD Marriage Licenses:

“1894, May 21. Samuel L. McKenzie, 24, Narrows Park, Bachelor, Laborer
Mary A. Cool, 18, Narrows Park, maid, 21 May 1894, Cumberland, Samuel Shannon, clergyman

From St. Patrick’s Catholic Church records:

9 April 1901, buried 11 April, Mary McKenzie (Sam McKenzie) of W.Va., 23 years, of consumption. St. Patrick’s Cemetery; single grave. Rev. T. E. Gallagher

I think this may be the first wife of Samuel Levi McKenzie (1871-1957) s/o John William McKenzie (1839 – 1902) and Elizabeth Atkins. Unfortunately there is not a marriage license for Samuel Levi’s March, 1923 marriage to J. Cora Bussard, which would show if he was a widower. No official documents for Samuel Levi show a wife Mary!

Death of Mrs. McKenzie

Mollie, the wife of Samuel L. McKenzie, died at her home in Sulphur Hollow yesterday morning at 6 o’clock after a lingering illness of several months. A sad feature was the burial of their infant son, Paul, on Thursday the 4th inst., which is thought to have hastened her death. Her age was 25 years. The Evening Times, Cumberland, Wednesday, April 10, 1901

At 627 Henderson Avenue there is a man, who has just started living—at the age of 81. At least, Samuel L. McKenzie, the man in question, thought that his life and his world had ended up until a few months ago. Until then, he had been almost totally blind. He and his wife, both of whom had lived active lives, were almost despondent. Once a horticulturist, McKenzie loved flowers, fruits and vegetables. He worked as a gardener for local residents, and sometimes walked miles in the woods searching for bittersweet, to sell as a side-line. Years earlier, he had been a motorman on street cars when they ran in Cumberland. Action, beauty and constructive effort were part of his life. But he was reduced to stumbling helplessness by cataracts on both eyes, and could scarcely even feed himself. He couldn't take care of his own garden—his peonies, roses, and his little vegetable plot. And Mrs. McKenzie was ever at his side to aid him in his misfortune. Their story could be long, but much of it can be summed up by a statement made by Mrs. McKenzie yesterday: "If we can spare anything at all, we certainly will contribute to the Community Chest Campaign." Cooperating with the Health Department and the Allegany County Welfare Board, the Community Chest assisted in getting McKenzie to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore last spring for operations on both eyes. Someone had to go along to take care of the patient on the trip, since he could only distinguish between light and darkness. Mrs. McKenzie was permitted to go as his guide—and she is proud she took care of all the paper work at the hospital that went with getting her husband situated. But she hurried right back home —there were things to be done. And in the hospital, McKenzie, with his eyes on the mend, became so eager that he told his nurse: "Everything's fine, but I won't get home in time to see my roses and peonies." When he woke up the next morning, the nurse had provided a mammoth bouquet of roses. "You don't know how I felt when I saw them," he said. "Really, for a moment, I thought I was home." The Cumberland Evening Times, October 2, 1951

Funeral of Mrs. McKenzie

Mollie, the wife of Samuel L. McKenzie, whose death was noted yesterday, was buried this morning at 8 o’clock from St. Patrick’s church, where a low mass of requiem was said by the Rev. Father Gallagher. His reverence spoke very highly of the deceased as a devoted member of the church of which she was a convert, having as he said, baptized and instructed her for Holy Communion, blessed her marriage, had been her confessor, and finally had administered to her the last rites of the church, he knew whereof he spoke. She was interred in the cemetery connected with the church. The Evening Times, Cumberland, Thursday, April 11, 1901

Samuel L. McKenzie, 87, of 527 Henderson Avenue , died shortly after being admitted yesterday afternoon to Sacred Heart Hospital. Mr. McKenzie was taken to the hospital after collapsing near his home. A native of Cumberland, he was a son of the late John W. and Elizabeth (Atkins) McKenzie. He was a retired employe of the Potomac Edison Company and a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Cora K. McKenzie; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Anna M. Nixon, this city, and a brother, Milnor McKenzie, LaVale. Several nieces and nephews also survive. The body will remain at the Kight Funeral Home. A requiem mass will be celebrated Tuesday at 9 a.m. at St. Patrick's and interment will be in the parish cemetery. The Cumberland Times, February 24, 1957 
McKenzie, Samuel Levi (I01020)
 
7389 Samuel Louis LEASE (son of Edward J. LEASE and Arzella LEASE) was born on 23 May 1905 in Cresaptown, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 11 May 1976 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland.

Samuel Louis Lease, 70, of Lillian Drive, Glen Oaks, Cresaptown, died today at Sacred Heart Hospital, where he was admitted yesterday. He had been in ill health two years. Born May 23, 1905 at Cresaptown, he was the son of the late Edward J. and Arzella (Lease) Lease. He was a member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church and was a retired employe of the Allegany County Roads Department. Surviving are his widow, Anna M. (McKenzie) Lease; two daughters, Miss Marie Lease, at home, and Mrs. Eva J. Goldsworthy, Fairgo; two sons, James L. Lease, Lillian Drive, and Samuel E. Lease, Short Gap; three sisters, Mrs. Martha Rappold, Baltimore; Mrs. Evelyn Poland, Arnold, Md., and Mrs. Matilda Jackson, Alexandria; four brothers, Harry Lease, Cresaptown; Marshall Lease, Summersville, W.Va.; Jesse L. Lease, Brant Road, Cresaptown, and Emmanuel Lease, Cresaptown, and four grandchildren. Friends will be received in the George Funeral Home today from 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. The Cumberland Evening Times, May 11, 1976. 
Lease, Samuel Louis (I14867)
 
7390 Samuel M. Logsdon, 76, of 2 Silver Street, Ridgeley, died yesterday at his home. Born in Eckhart, he was a son of the late Owen and Otilla (Filsinger) Logsdon. He was a retired Kelly-Springfield Tire Company employee, with 44 years of service, a member of Calvary United Methodist Church, Ridgeley Volunteer Fire Company, Ridgeley Rod and Gun Club and FOE 245, Cumberland. Surviving are his widow, Maryland V. (Null) Logsdon; a daughter, Mrs. Lois J. Lease, Mayaquez, Puerto Rico; a sister, Mrs. Annie Blank, Frostburg; three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Friends will be received at the George Funeral Home today from 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

Cumberland News, Friday, November 13, 1981 
Logsdon, Samuel Martin (I45290)
 
7391 Samuel McFarlane – Samuel McFarlane, 54, a former resident of Pennsylvania Avenue, died yesterday in Baker VA Center after an illness of several years. Born in Beartown (sic: Bier Town), he was a son of the late William and Clara (McKenzie) McFarlane. He was a B & O Railroad electrician and a member of the Nazarene Church. He was a World War II veteran. Surviving are his wife, Angwin (Thomas) McFarlane; five daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Deneen, Sacramento, Calif.; Mrs. Catherine Deneen, Mrs. Helen Smith, Mrs. Jean Cuppett, city, and Mrs. Dorothy Crites, Buffalo, N.Y.; two brothers, James and Arch McFarlane, city; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Ellis and Mrs. Clara Paulus, city; 22 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Cumberland Evening Times, Monday, November 18, 1963 McFarlane, Samuel (I16186)
 
7392 Samuel McKenzie – Frostburg, March 6 – Samuel G. McKenzie, 69, retired farmer and native of Garrett County, died last night in Miners Hospital where he was admitted seven weeks ago. He had been living with his sister, Mrs. Allen Baker, West Loo Street. Mr. McKenzie was unmarried, belonged to St. Anne’s catholic Church in Addison, Pa. Also surviving are three other sisters, Mrs. Ruth carey, Orange, Texas; Mrs. Bruce Robeson, Hancock, and Mrs. Milton Younkin, Grantsville, and five brothers, Frank McKenzie, Orange; Joseph McKenzie, Cumberland; John McKenzie, Tyrone, Pa.; Jacob McKenzie, Frostburg; and James H. McKenzie, Long Stretch, Garrett County. Cumberland Evening Times., Thursday, March 6, 1947

Samuel G. McKenzie, 69, a retired farmer and a member of St. Anne's R. C. Church at Addison (sic: Avilton), died Wednesday in Miners Hospital at Frostburg, Md. He was a native of Garrett County. Connellsville Daily Courier, March 7, 1947 He was buried on 8 Mar 1947 in St. Ann's Catholic Cemetery, Avilton, Garrett Co., Maryland.

From death certificate obtained by Don Kagle: Samuel G. McKenzie, son of John L. and Sarah Christner McKenzie; unmarried; born Nov 3, 1877, Garrett Co.; died 5 Mar, 1947, Frostburg, cerebral hemorrhage; buried Mar 8, 1947, St. Ann's; no newspaper available.

More About SAMUEL G. MCKENZIE:
Baptism: April 27, 1879, Saint Michael's Church, Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland
Census: 1880, Line #23, Page #44, Enumeration District #96, Garrett County, Maryland of America (Source: 1880 United States Federal Census.)

 
McKenzie, Samuel Gregory (I03012)
 
7393 Samuel McKenzie, 14th Illinois Volunteer Infantry
Born c.1832
Died May 19, 1863
Father: Gabriel M. McKenzie, Sr.
Mother: Elizabeth Gray
(Source: Ray Leidinger) 
McKinzie, Samuel (I12096)
 
7394 Samuel Patton came to Augusta, Virginia, as early as 1747, later moving to North Carolina where he owned land in Cabarrus County in 1756. He is shown, in 1749, on a petition to build a road to market and court. He was granted 120 acres of land 3 Nov 1753, on a branch of Buffalo Creek, a tributary of the James River.

He is shown deliquent in taxes in 1753-1754 and the record states that he is out of the county. Two years later, he was given two grants of land in Cabarrus County, North Carolina and settled there until the time of his death.

*His will was proved 21 Oct 1799 by the oaths of John Wilson, James Smith and Elizabeth Tassey*

Samuel Patton was a member of the Provincial Congress of North Carolina 25 Aug 1774 and also a member of the Continental Congress.

He was granted a pension for services in the Revolutionary War when he was 79 years old.
(ref: Records, Colonial and State of North Carolina, Volume 10, page 780) 
Patton, Samuel (I23967)
 
7395 Samuel Vincent WEIMER and Della Bernadette CROWE were married. Della Bernadette CROWE (daughter of Ernest Floyd CROWE and Margaret Agatha MCKENZIE) was born on 7 Aug 1883. She died on 28 May 1961 in Flintstone, Allegany Co., Maryland. Newspaper was not available for her obituary, but she was mentioned in her brother's obituary, whose death occurred within a days of Della's.  Crowe, Della Bernadette (I07956)
 
7396 Samuel W. POORBAUGH (son of Samuel J. POORBAUGH and Elsie Jane LEISTER) was born on 7 Aug 1928 in Northampton Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. He died on 14 Nov 2010 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. Somerset Daily American, Sunday, November 14, 2010
Samuel W. Poorbaugh, 82, Glencoe Road, Fairhope, went to be with the Lord Nov. 14, 2010, at Western Maryland Health System, Cumberland, Md. Born Aug. 7, 1928, in Northampton Township, son of Samuel J. and Elsie Jane (Leister) Poorbaugh. Preceded in death by parents and sisters, Betty Snow and Susan Carol. Survived by his beloved wife of 55 years, the former Anna Darlene Warne; children: Pamela Ann, married to Keith Hetrick, Fort Hill; David Wayne, married to the former Charlene Reed, Fairhope; and Patricia Lynn, married to Jon Marteney, Meyersdale; and grandchildren: James L. Leister and wife Brittany, Kayla Ann Hetrick, Samantha Jane and Mary Catherine Poorbaugh, Justin Michael, Melissa Hope and Kristin Noelle Paul. Brother of Mary Alice, married to Elwood Garlitz, Berlin; Jane Austin, Herndon, Va.; Dorothy Rhone, York; Bonnie Jean Mulvihill of Ligonier; Ray Poorbaugh and wife Wilda, Fredericksburg, Va.; and Richard Poorbaugh and wife Nancy, Port Matilda. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. A 1946 graduate of Berlin Brothersvalley High School and graduate of DeVry Technical Institute, Chicago, Ill. Former testing engineer in Research Firms for the military and space industries, retired dairy and beef farmer and former secretary-treasurer for Northampton Township for many years. Member of St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Somerset, served on the board of Somerset County Chapter of the Pa. Farmers Association, former board member for the Farmers Home Administration and he was a credentialed cooperative director on the Somerset Rural Electric Board. Family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Deaner Funeral Home, Berlin. Funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Somerset. Monsignor Samuel J. Tomaselli officiating. Committal, Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, Glencoe. Pall bearers will be James Leister, Justin Paul, Robert Snow, Michael Warne, Ray Poorbaugh Jr., and Wayne Sechler. Memorial contributions may be given to St. Peter’s Catholic Church, 433 W. Church St., Somerset, PA 15501.
Anna Darlene WARNE and Samuel W. POORBAUGH had the following children: 
Poorbaugh, Samuel W. (I06407)
 
7397 Sandra Josephine Clark, 73, of Latrobe St., Barton, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017, at Western Maryland Regional Medical Center, Cumberland. Born Oct. 14, 1943, in Cumberland, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Mary (Ryan) McKenzie. She was also preceded in death by a brother, James McKenzie; and a sister, Rosaline McKenzie. Mrs. Clark was retired from the Allegany County Board of Education, having been a cafeteria employee. She was a former member of the Barton American Legion Ladies Auxiliary. She was Catholic by faith. She leaves behind her husband, Jerome Clark; two sons, Jefferson Clark and wife, Beth, and Justin Clark; two daughters, Maria Stump and husband, Jeff, and Jamie Dunn and husband, Brian. She is also survived by several grandchildren. At Sandra's request, her body was cremated. A memorial service will be conducted at the Boal Memorial Chapel, Barton, on Monday, Sept. 25th at 11 a.m. with Deacon Harold Bradley officiating. Friends and family will be received at the Boal Chapel on Monday one hour prior to service from 10 to 11 a.m. Sandy loved her pets, so in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be directed to the Humane Society or the charity of the donor's choice. Published in Cumberland Times-News on September 20, 2017 McKenzie, Sandra Josephine (I34227)
 
7398 Sandra PRYOR (daughter of George C. PRYOR and Marjorie MCCORMICK) was born on 10 May 1944 in Eckhart, Allegany Co., Maryland. She died on 14 Aug 2009 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. August 17, 2009, Cumberland Times-News
FROSTBURG — Sandra Garlitz, 64, of Frostburg, died Friday, Aug. 14, 2009, at the Braddock Hospital. Born May 10, 1944, in Eckhart, she was the daughter of the late George C. Pryor and Marjorie (McCormick) Pryor. Sandy was also preceded in death by her husband, Dale Garlitz on April 30, 2009; and one brother, Joseph Lee Pryor. Mrs. Garlitz was a retired cook with the WMHS Dietary Department, and she was formerly employed with the Princess Restaurant, Frostburg, and the Kelly Springfield Tire Company, where she worked for 20 years. Sandy was a life-member of Saint Michael Church, Frostburg, and a member of the Farrady Post 24 American Legion Auxiliary. She is survived by one daughter, Dalene Garlitz, Beall School Road; one sister, Georgiana Muir and husband George, Falling Waters, W.Va.; one sister-in-law, Margaret Kenney and husband Mike, Frostburg; and several nieces and nephews. Sandy’s body was cremated. Friends will be received at the Durst Funeral Home, P.A., 57 Frost Ave., Frostburg, on Wednesday from noon to 1 p.m. A memorial service will be held at the funeral home on Wednesday at 1 p.m. with Deacon Fred Passauer officiating. Interment of her ashes will be in the Eckhart Cemetery at a later date.  
Pryor, Sandra (I09861)
 
7399 Sanford B. Robinette, 86, of Cresaptown, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital where he was a patient three weeks. He had been in ill health a year. A native of Centerville, Pa., he was a son of the late Henry C. and Minerva (O'Neil) Robinette. He retired from the Celanese Corporation of America 19 years ago after 29 years service. Surviving are his wife, Lena H. (Grant) Robinette; three daughters, Mrs. Jesse Bane, Kirby, W. Va.; Mrs. Gordon Hershberger and Mrs. Ada Cecil, Cresaptown; one son, Cecil E. Robinette, Lovettsville, Va.; one sister, Mrs. Harry Carroll, city; one brother, Hayes E.Robinette, Cresaptown; 14 grandchildren, 38 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. The body is at the John J. Hafer Chapel of the Hills Mortuary, Winchester Road and Route 40, where friends will be received from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m. A service will be conducted at Cresaptown Methodist Church Saturday at 2 p. m. Rev. William Balderson will officiate and interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park. The Cumberland Evening Times, May 23, 1963. Robinette, Sanford B. (I01770)
 
7400 Sanford Ervin MCKENZIE (Samuel Gregory-3, John L.-2, Samuel J.-1) was born on 28 Oct 1891 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 11 Jul 1948 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. Sanford E. McKenzie, 55, of 606 Maryland Avenue, a Baltimore and Ohio Railroad conductor, died yesterday morning in Allegany Hospital where he was admitted July 2. He was born in Cumberland. His parents were Samuel G. McKenzie and Caroline (Jenkins) McKenzie. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Margaret (Treiber) McKenzie; a brother, Harry R. McKenzie, Dayton, Ohio, and a sister, Mrs. Meta Hiltner, Baldwin Park, Calif. The body is at the Stein Funeral Home where last rites will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be in Greenmount Cemetery. The Cumberland Evening Times, July 12, 1948 He was buried on 13 Jul 1948 in Greenmount Cemetery, Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. Sanford E. McKenzie, 56, of 606 Maryland Avenue, a B. and O. conductor, who died Sunday in Allegany Hospital, was buried yesterday afternoon in Greenmount Cemetery. Services at the Stein Funeral Home were conducted by Rev. M. A. Keesecker, pastor of Kingsley Methodist Church. Pallbearers were W. G. Brown and B. D. Tower, of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, and Truman C. Fuller, F. E. Constable, E. W. Blacker and L. S. Alabaugh, of the Good Fellowship Social Club. The Cumberland Evening Times, July 14, 1948. McKenzie, Sanford Ervin (I10920)
 

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