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Indiana County, Pennsylvania, her people, past and present, embracing a history of the county (Volume 2)

Indiana County, Pennsylvania, her people, past and present, embracing a history of the county (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

Indiana County, Pennsylvania, her people, past and present, embracing a history of the county (Volume 2)

Indiana County, Pennsylvania, her people, past and present, embracing a history of the county (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : ST.-CLAIR


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Samuel St.-Clair, son of James and Jennie (Slemmons) St.-Clair, passed all his life in West


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and one of his descendants, William St.-Clair, became prince of the Orkney islands under the king of Norway, and high


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a younger son, were Gen. Arthur St.-Clair and his cousin James St.-Clair, Sr., the former of whom was president of


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Arthur St.-Clair and his cousin James St.-Clair, Sr., the former of whom was president of the Continental Congress in 1787


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Rebecca (who died unmarried) and Hugh St.-Clair, born in West Wheatfield township, grew to manhood there. He followed milling all


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Mr. St.-Clair married Emma Clara Wakefield, daughter of Thomas and Ann (Sides) Wakefield, and they


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name was July Gamble. Mrs. St.-Clair died in West Wheatfield township, and she and her husband are interred in


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married a second time to Robert St.-Clair, late of Denver, Colo., she having died before her husband, and they left


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William , Martha, wife of John P. St.-Clair, James, Frank, Annie, John, and Silas C. Wil Uam S. Daugherty has


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Cambria county Margaret, who married Alexander St.-Clair, and lived in Illinois, Winnie, who married Daniel Thomas, and lived in Johnstown,


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were born : Jacob James St.-Clair, ].Iary, who married Thomas Gamble , Archibald F. , Hugh P. , and


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, Miriam, the wife of Oscar A. St.-Clair, of Chicago, Madge V., living at home, and Maud v., who married


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John St.-Clair, the son of James and Jennie (Slemmons) St.-Clair, was born Aug. L8. 1818,


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members. Gen. Arthur and James St.-Clair, cousins, were engaged in the Continental service during the Revolutionary war, the former


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The latter was gi-eat-grandfather of William A. St.-Clair. His parents were natives of the North of Ireland, and he himself


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had several children. Of these Mrs. St.-Clair was reared in Washington county. She died Oct. 15, 1855, aged seventy-one years,


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Mr. St.-Clair is of Scotch-Irish extraction.


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of age. For some time Mr. St.-Clair conducted a store at Newville, Indiana county, piow know Ti as Creekside, where


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wife's maiden name was Anderson. Mrs. St.-Clair died in 1874, the mother of one child, Minnie, now the wife of


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William A. St.-Clair grew to manhood in White township, where he received his education in


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township , Margaret, who married Hugh St.-Clair, and removed to Iowa, Elizabeth (Betsey), who married William Campbell, being his second


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1845, is mentioned below. (5) Thomas St.-Clair, bom Sept. 13, 1846, was a member of the 206th P. V. I.


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(St.-Clair), daughter of the late Samuel St.-Clair, whom he married May 3, 1902, survives him, making her home at Homer


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Uy below, John, who mai-ried Rebecca St.-Clair Campbell, resided in Brushvalley, Michael, who married Sarah Duncan, resided in Brushvalley ,


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the honored name he bore. Mr. St.-Clair was born April 19, 1827, in Indiana county, youngest of the family of


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one of the sons of James St-Clair. Sr., was born in York (now Adams) countv. Pa., in May, 1774, and


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Arthur St.-Clair and his cousin James St.-Clair, Sr., the former of whom was president of the Continental Congress in 1787


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a younger son, were Gen. Arthur St.-Clair and his cousin James St.-Clair, Sr., the former of whom was president of


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and one of his descendants, William St.-Clair, became prince of the Orkney Islands under the king of Norway, and high


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Sr., was the grandfather of Hiram St.-Clair. His parents were natives of the North of Ireland, and he was born


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Mr. St.-Clair married (first) Margaret Johnston, of Center township, this county, who died in Indiana


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then moved to Jefferson county, William St.-Clair being engaged in mining there until his death, in


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United States the parents of Mr. St.-Clair settled first in Tioga county. Pa., but subseqiiently moved to La Salle, 111.,


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James St.-Clair received his education in the schools of Tioga and Clearfield counties, and when


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Peter and Eliza (Lewis) Sloppy. Mrs. St.-Clair's parents are both natives of Pennsylvania, and now reside in Clearfield county, Mr.


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time. On first locating here, Mr. St.-Clair found only two houses in Clymer, the town just having started to build


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Duncan , IMartha Jane married Isaac St.-Clair and (second) H. M. Kirkpatrick, and resided at Pittsburg until his death, March


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1878, Mr. Stewart married Sarah Elizabeth St.-Clair, daughter of Samuel St.


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1870, married Frank St.-Clair, of Du Bois, Pennsylvania.


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Joseph Mack he bought the Archie St.-Clair farm of 158 acres in West Wheatfield township, upon which place he resided


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township , ilargaret, who married Hugh St.-Clair, and removed to Iowa, and Elizabeth (Betsey), who married William Campbell, being his


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brothers Jacob Wagner Mack and Hugh St.-Clair Mack, of West Wheatfield township, are grandsons of Robert Mack, who founded this


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Hugh St.-Clair Mack, son of James and Sarah Jane (Wagner) Mack, was born Aug.


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and one of his descendants, William St.-Clair, became prince of the Orkney islands under the king of Norway, and high


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Samuel St.-Clair, son of James and Jennie (Slemmons) St.-Clair, passed all his life in West


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Piper and Col. Dick Colder. Mr. St.-Clair was a member of the United Brethren Church during his residence in Ohio,


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Arthur St.-Clair and his cousin James St.-Clair, Sr., the former of M'hom was president of the Continental Congress in 1787


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a younger son were Gen. Arthur St.-Clair and his cousin James St.-Clair, Sr., the former of M'hom was president of


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Samuel Grant St.-Clair was an infant in arms when his parents moved to Ohio, and there


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Mr. St.-Clair married Catherine Fulcomer, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Stormer) Fulcomer, of West Wheatfield