History of Allegheny county, Pennsylvania : including its early settlement and progress to the present time, a description of its historic and interesting localities, its cities, towns and villages, religious, educational, social and military history, mining, manufacturing and commercial interests, improvements, resources, statistics, etc., also, biographies of many of its representative citizens

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History of Allegheny county, Pennsylvania : including its early settlement and progress to the present time, a description of its historic and interesting localities, its cities, towns and villages, religious, educational, social and military history, mining, manufacturing and commercial interests, improvements, resources, statistics, etc., also, biographies of many of its representative citizens

History of Allegheny county, Pennsylvania : including its early settlement and progress to the present time, a description of its historic and interesting localities, its cities, towns and villages, religious, educational, social and military history, mining, manufacturing and commercial interests, improvements, resources, statistics, etc., also, biographies of many of its representative citizens

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History of Allegheny county, Pennsylvania : including its early settlement and progress to the present time, a description of its historic and interesting localities, its cities, towns and villages, religious, educational, social and military history, mining, manufacturing and commercial interests, improvements, resources, statistics, etc., also, biographies of many of its representative citizens

History of Allegheny county, Pennsylvania : including its early settlement and progress to the present time, a description of its historic and interesting localities, its cities, towns and villages, religious, educational, social and military history, mining, manufacturing and commercial interests, improvements, resources, statistics, etc., also, biographies of many of its representative citizens

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Resultat : ANDERSON


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Ward, Thomas Smallman, Samuel Sample, John Anderson, and Devereux Smith, or any four of them, be a standing committee and


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1841 , April 9, 1845, John Anderson, declined, April 17, 1845, William G. Hawkins, declined, May 8, 1845, William Kerr,


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these two explorers, a Rev. Mr. Anderson was authorized to visit the region, and provision was made to recompense him


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Ward, Thomas Smallman, Samuel Sample, John Anderson and John Neville. One movement on the part of the standing committee appointed


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Adkinsou, John Anderson, Calvin Auston, Thomas Anderson, William P. Arden, Jacob Ammon, Alexander Bell, Abel Bentley, William Bradley, James Bigam,


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Isaac Adkinson, Enoch Adkinsou, John Anderson, Calvin Auston, Thomas Anderson, William P. Arden, Jacob Ammon, Alexander Bell, Abel Bentley,


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1796. Allan Anderson, James Paxon, James Irwin, R. Collioon, Samuel Stoops, Adam Clugston, Jesse Nash, Andrew


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William and Henry Mc Cully, Charles Anderson, Samuel Mc Caslin, James and John Herron, John Mc Neal, Joseph Hart, George


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Russ, James Sample, John Logan, Robert Anderson, Samuel Deake, James Stewart, William Davison, Robert Boward, Thomas Reed, Thomas Gibson, Thomas


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Willoughby, William Biuneman, John Crooks, John Anderson, Jacob Grubbs, William Willoughby, George Wallon, Christopher Binneman, Abraham Kreider, Samuel Scott, John


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family is not represented here. John Anderson was also one of the first settlers. His sons were John and James.


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sons John, James and Peter, Robert Anderson and sons


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the reserved lands. Thomas Temple, James Anderson and William Lecky were appointed commissioners to inquire into the propriety of making


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what afterward became the town. David Anderson purchased the land from him, and laid it off in streets and lots.


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He married Jane, daughter of Robert Anderson, of this county, and eight children were born to their union, six of


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William Anderson, grandfather of William A. Herron, and one of the pioneers of the notable


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monument to the excellence of Mr. Anderson's material and the judgment with which it was employed. The brick- and stone-work


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saw- and gristmill of Maj. William Anderson, on what is now Eighth street, below Penn street, putting therein what was


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success. Afterward he and Col. James Anderson purchased the steam saw- and gristmill of Maj. William Anderson, on what is


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Cass have the following children: Charles Anderson, Margaret Kerr, Joseph K. and Annie.


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and Jemima (Taylor) Anderson. Hon. Robert Anderson was a native of Pennsylvania, a gold- and silver-beater by trade, and while


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mother in Pittsburgh. Capt. and Mrs. Anderson have five children: William Y., married to Nancy C. Mc Kinley and residing


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After his first wife's death Mr. Anderson married Widow Swearingen, of Washington coimty. Pa., who had one son, Joseph C.


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Margaret Anderson, daughter of Squire Robert Anderson, an early settler of Sewickley valley, who sur-vives him. Of their children, Ezra


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church at Shousetown. He married Margaret C. Anderson, daughter of Squire Robert Anderson, an early settler of Sewickley valley, who


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agedi forty-four, leaving a wife, Mary Anderson, who died in 1881, aijd several children, of whom three are now living:


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William Anderson, editoi', Wilkinsburg, was born in Moon township, March 6, 1838.


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identified with the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Anderson has been twice married, the first time in 1850, the bride being Malazena,


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(now the United Presbyterian) Church. Nancy Anderson died in 1842, aged forty-nine years.


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Allegheny City, and daughter of Ephraim Wallace and Eliza (Anderson) Mc Kelvey, both of Irish descent. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson


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Anderson, plumber, Wilkinsburg, son of William Anderson (whose sketch appears above), was born in Allegheny City November 2, 1856. He


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James B. Anderson, plumber, Wilkinsburg, son of William Anderson (whose sketch appears above), was born


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and Edwin are at home. Mr. Anderson's second wife is Caroline A., daughter of John Nimon, deceased.


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of Irish descent. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson have the following-named children: Florence Martha, Lou Mc Kelvey and Mary Semple.


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Mr. Coffin was married to Isabella C. Anderson, of Somerset, Pa., by whom he had six children.


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is a son of Hon. Robert Anderson, who was born March 23, 1776, in Lancaster county. Pa., where his ancestors


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Hattie Varro, David, William and Samuel Anderson.


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William Anderson), Peter Winters (who died in March, 1868), Rachel K., Eliza A., Mary J.,


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when twenty-two years old, married Elizabeth Anderson, of Franklin county, and settled on a farm in Burrell, Westmoreland county, they


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Robert Anderson, Esq. His father, James Anderson, was born in Washington county, brought to this county when a boy, and


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and is a grandson of Robert Anderson, Esq. His father, James Anderson, was born in Washington county, brought to this


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John D. Anderson, teacher, Wilkinsburg, was born in West Deer township, this county, in May,


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and died there. His grandfather, Robert Anderson, wlio was a native of Xew England, descended from the Plymouth colony, and


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in May, 1848. His father, Elias Anderson, was born on the same farm in that township, and died there. His


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1851, to Miss Mary Anderson, of Sewickle3% Pa., and second, Nov. 6, 1856, to Miss Caroline Snowden, of


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in 1797, a son of Peter and Mary (Anderson) Soles. His father, a shoe-maker by trade, and a native of


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1880, Ella R., daughter of John Anderson, of this county, and three children bless their union: J. B., G. M.


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married Helen D., daughter of James Anderson, of Pittsburgh, and they have had six children, five of whom are living:


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one son and one daughter. James Anderson, who was a native of Ireland, and who came to America in an


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the second living son of Charles and Sarah (Thompson) Anderson, and was born in 1839 on the homestead, which he


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which he has since managed. Mr. Anderson married, Nov. 31, 1859, Charlotte, daughter of H. B. and Jane (Sangree) Huteliman,


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the farm now occupied by Hugh Anderson, where the mother still resides, the father died Feb. 14, 1878. They had


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Samuel Anderson, farmer, postoffice Talley Cavey, is a sou of Charles and Sarah (Thompson) Anderson.


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Fort Pitt, James Sample and Robert Anderson hewing the logs. In 1801


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Frank Anderson), of Valencia, Mary C. (Mrs.


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Sixth ward, Pittsburgh, son of James Anderson, a native of Carlisle, Pa., and of old Scotch Protestant stock. The ancestors


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Henry L. Anderson, farmer, P. O. Leetsdale, was born Sept. 2, 1834, in the Sixth


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North Star hotel. He married Jane Anderson, and to them were born four children, of whom William was the youngest.


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In 1865, in company with Robert J. Anderson and William Wood, he bought out the firm of Jones, Boyd &


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native of England. His grandfather, James Anderson, came to this country from Ireland. J. N. remained on the farm where


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1858 Mr. Anderson represented the Perry House, then returned to the St.-Clair, and in 1874 purchased


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1834, a son of David and Maria (Anderson) Clements. His father was a farmer and carpenter, a native of


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Samuel Anderson), Robert (married to Ann Bryan and lives on the farm), Sarah (Mrs.


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Ludwick, is a daughter of John and Letitia (Morrow) Anderson, and was boru in Wilkins township, this county. Her father


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he married Letitia, daughter of William Anderson, who came from near Belfast, Ireland, and of their thirteen children ten reached


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27, 1845, a son of Nathan and Julia (Anderson) Porter. Nathan, a son of Caleb, was born in Westmoreland county


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Church, and a daughter of Robert Anderson.


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year 1822, a son of William and Mary (Fisher) Anderson. His father was a farmer, and died in Ireland in


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Matthew Anderson, carpenter, postoffice Hulton, is a native of Belfast, County Down, Ireland, born in


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mother in 1859, aged seventy-four. Mr. Anderson received his education in Ireland, came to Allegheny City in 1847, and began


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where he has since resided. Mr. Anderson was married in 1846 to Sarah Robinson, a native of Belfast, Ireland, and


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now stands, a daughter of Thomas and Anna (Anderson) Chisholm. Thomas Chisholm was born and reared near Edinburgh, Scotland, and


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and is the son of Matthew and Sarah (Robinson) Anderson, natives of County Down, Ireland, and who immigrated to AUegheny


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William Anderson, manufacturer, postoffice Hulton, was born in Allegheny City, Oct. 12, 1850, and is


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of the U. P. Church. Mr. Anderson has been a member of the council and school board several times.


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and James Wade. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are members of the U. P. Church. Mr. Anderson has been a member


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he married Bessie, sister of Robert Anderson (whose sketch appears elsewhere). William S. Watt, the eldest child, remained on the


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Moses Anderson, engineer, Wilkinsburg, was born in Allegheny City, Pa., Feb. 9,


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German families, respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are members of the U. P. Church.


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In 1874 Mr. Mcintosh married Annie Anderson, who was born in Dunfermline, Scotland, and they have four living children: John


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OD, the second son of Matthew and Sarah (Robinson) Anderson (whose biography appears elsewhere), was born in Allegheny City, Dec.


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James Herron Anderson, carpenter, Hult OD, the second son of Matthew and Sarah (Robinson) Anderson


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and is the son of John Elder and Elizabeth (Anderson) Mc Cutcheon, of the same county. His grandfather, Alexander Mc


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Edna and Joseph Pollock (twins), Paul Anderson, George Bruce and Lois Minerva.


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married, his second wife being Eliza Anderson, his third wife, Sarah Croft, is now living in Allegheny.


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Mr. Carlson married, in 1865, Caroline Anderson, of Sweden, by whom he has three children: Eva, Gust and John. He


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of 1812. His comrade was David Anderson, the founder of Etna.


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parents, and Rebecca, wife of George Anderson, in Murrysville. Mr.


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William W. Anderson, machinist, Wilkinsburg, was born Oct. 6, 1851, in Allegheny City. After the


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on Rebecca street. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are associated with the Presbyterian Church, and he follows the political precepts of


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a son of John and Elizabeth Anderson. At the age of fifteen he went on the seas, and followed the


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William Anderson, foreman of rigging department. National Tube-works, Mc Keesport, was born in Sweden, in


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since held his present position. Mr. Anderson is an attendant of the Episcopal Church.


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of Ireland, a daughter of Jacob Anderson, who brought her to America when a babe. Four children have been born


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sympathies. In 1860 he married Margaret Anderson, a native of Ireland, a daughter of Jacob Anderson, who brought her to


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children: Annie (now wife of David Anderson, a sewer-pipe manufacturer in West Virginia), Essie, Minnie (now Mrs. Lewis Dalmyer, of


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Holland, and engaged here with John Anderson & Son, of Monongabela foundry, in 1833. He remained with the same firm


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County Derry, Ireland, son of Mark and Sarah (Anderson) Andrews, and was among the youngest children born to his parents.


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Anderson, daughter of Jacob "and Sarah Anderson, of this county. Three children have been born to this union: Harvey, Wallace


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schools, and married, in 1874, Caroline Anderson, daughter of Jacob "and Sarah Anderson, of this county. Three children have been


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Anderson, William B 13, 298


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Anderson, Samuel 447


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Anderson, Matthew 572


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Anderson, James B .327


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Anderson, Hugh 447


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Anderson, Henry L 455