Other: Looking for information on George D. Snyder Born in 1889 in Johnstown, Pa - Mother Katherine (Kennedy) Snyder born 1844 - father believed to have died in the 1889 flood - name unknown - Mother and son show up on the 1890 census in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Other: Researching descendants of Jacob & Mary Leib, Peter & Catherine Kelly, Joseph Lazor (Lazer) & Mary Warsane (Warsco), Martin Price & Elizabeth Robley (Robel). Will gladly exchange any information.
Other: My grandmother was born in Lilly, Pa in 1918. Evelyn Schultz, her parents (my great grand parents) were Adam Schultz and Josephine (Miller). They were both born in Poland. Also born in PA were her sisters Ludmilia (Millie) ~ 1914 and Virginia (Ginger) ~ 1910. Looking for birth and naturalization records. Adam and Josephine moved to Lakewood, OH, prior to 1927 -- do not know exact year, 4th daughter was born in 1927 in Ohio.
Other: I'm from Croatia. Purpose of my e-mail is not exactly reunion but maybe you can help me. Story is like this: My grandfathers brother Anselmo Levancek came to USA at the beginning of century (1907). I have found his obituary and information that he died in 1955. in Cambria county and was burried at St. Rochus Parish Cemetery, Lower Yoder. I have investigated further thru ancestry.com and found some other documents. One of them is military registration card where is written that he lived on address 625 Maple Ave, Johnstown, PA and he worked for Bethlehem steel co. there in Johnstown. I'm trying to find did he have any relatives (wife, kids…) and i would like to contact them. In that registration card is one more name linked to that same address – Mrs. Mary Roman.
Other: George Andrusky a/k/a Andruskavaz was my great-grandfather. He owned land in Susquehanna Township, Cambria County (Barnesboro) and was a WWI veteran and a coal miner. Born 1889/1890, died 1934. There are numerous variations of the spellings of both versions of the name, but these two are the most common.
Other: Looking for infor on Nich (Nikov) Sabock (Sabok), Teresa Percich (Perchich) and the Yenets family. Believe Percich is Teresa's maiden name. She was married to a Yenets and then Nick Sabock in the late 1800s, early 1900s.