Their second child, Bridget Mary STAKEM, (b. 6 Oct., 1875), married Michael Paul MURRAY on 20 Oct., 1896. Michael P. MURRAY was the oldest of 6 children born to Robert MURRAY and Bridget (COSGROVE) Murray. R.M. Murray and Bridget Cosgrove were married 30 Dec., 1872 in Frostburg, MD. Their parents were: (his) Charles MURRAY and Nellie (THOMPSON) MURRAY, and (hers) Michael COSGROVE and Mary (Mooney) COSGROVE.
Another person (unrelated to the previous names) that I am researching is Michael Joseph MALAMPHY, (b. 1859) in Tipperary, Ireland. I was told that he came to the U.S. at the age of 16 (?), about 1875. He worked as a miner in the Allegany Mts., saved his money, and opened the Malamphy Bottling Co. in Cumberland, MD. In the early 1880's, he married Elizabeth STANTON, who gave birth to 6 children. She died, (date & cause unknown) and eventually M.J. Malamphy re-married in 1901. His second wife was Minnie Laura GOODING, from Culpeper Court House, Virginia. He and his new wife had an additional 6 children. Minnie L. GOODING was born in 1878 to George Washington GOODING & Margaret J. (SPICER) GOODING. If you think that you are related to any of these people, or have data on them to share, please don't hesitate to contact me. Thanks
Dominant names include John, Thomas, and Joseph. Also, Henry, Christian, and Jacob. I already have the book on descendents of Abraham by Thelma Leasure Marshall. At this point I would like to hear from anyone researching
(a.) John LEZER who lived in St. Mary's County in the early to mid 1700's.
(b.) Joseph LAZEAR who married Susnnah WEBB in 1702 and was naturalized in 1721 in P.G. County.
(c.) Abraham who came from Switzerland ca. 1754.
My particular group of Lazier's seem to have travelled across Maryland in the company of the MELLOTS, PERRINS, DICKENS, GORDONS, LOVEs and others. Some of them lived in Conococheague prior to moving toward Flintstone, MD and across the border into Bedford County, PA. They settled in Bean's Cove. At first it was Cumberland Valley Twp.; after 1800 it was Southampton Twp. Thank you so much,
1. Philip b. Aug 1853 Hesse Darmstadt, Germany; d. Reading, PA(?); m. Christina LEITHNER in 1877. Emma Janeís obit said Philip was a surviving half brother.
2. Annie Laura b. 4 Jan 1860 Maryland (1870 Census); d. 24 Jun 1918 Waynesboro; m. John FOLK 11 Dec 1879 Waynesboro
3. William Henry b. 14 Jul 1862 Round Top, MD (?); d. 5 Jul 1917 Waynesboro; m. Emma R. SPANGLER 8 Sep 1884 Chambersburg, Franklin Co., PA
4. Emma Jane b. 26 Oct 1864 Round Top, MD (?); d. 27 Nov 1933 Reading, PA; believed to have been living with her brother Philip at the time.
5. Isaiah b. 1 Nov 1865 Antrim Twn, Franklin Co., PA; d. 19 Dec 1927 Waynesboro; 1870 Census shows Isaiah born in Maryland; m. Mattie M. McCULLOUGH
6. Mary Catherine b. Jan 1870 Maryland (1870 Census). No other info.
7. Samuel Luther b.16 Apr 1874 in PA. Nothing else known about Samuel other than Emma Janeís obit saying he moved west (to Ohio).
William is my line. Hope someone can help me find missing info/relatives. Thanks
Does anyone know if there is a Methodist Church in Flintstone at present time and on what charge? The only Mt. Pleasant I know is in Frederick Co. He married my husband's grandparents in Westernport and I think he was related. Does anyone know if Mt. Pleasant has Methodist church and on what charge? Thanks
Questions: Where did they come from? Why Prussia-West Indies-Maryland? When did they arrive in MD? What happened to sons? Where are they buried? Who was John TARVEY? I do have a little information that I will gladly share. There is also an O'Baker family reunion in July. Thank you.
The OBAKERS/OBECKERS/O'BAKERS all lived in Cumberland, MD. Numerous ones were married in Saints Peter and Paul RC Church and some are buried there. I have found Ferdinand and Agatha in census records for Cumberland.
My grandfather was John Ellsworth SUTER, b. 10/24/1870, possibly in Piedmont, W.Va., but more than likely in Cumberland.
John had a twin sister, Emma m. (?) JAMMER and lived in Cumberland until she died. Emma had a son Suter JAMMER, who died young in N. Y. and a dau. Mary Ivalou JAMMER WHITE who lived in the family home on (?)Columbia St. until she died 12/17/1990.
John and Emma's parents were Jacob Amer SUTER, b. 4/9/1843 and Mary Isabel WALKER, b. 9/17/1847. They are both buried in Westernport.
Jacob's parents were Peter SUTER, b. 7/17/1806 m. Amelia RENNER, b. 1/17/1807. Both are supposed to be buried in Cumberland and must have lived there.
Peter's father was Peter also and was supposedly b. 4/4/1776 in Taneytown, Md. and buried in Rose Hill Cem., Hagerstown.
I would like to go back further but don't seem to be able to find any info. Can anyone help me? I would also like to find out about the WALKER side. We used to visit WALKERS, NEFFS, Thomas. BERRY, and William WILSON and I was told they were cousins. They all lived in Cumberland.
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