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Descendants of JOSEPH BUCK

Generation No. 3


6. HENRY W4 BUCK (JOHN CASPER3, JOSEPH2, NICHOLAS1) was born 02 Jun 1823 in Sportsmans Hall, Latrobe, Westmoreland Co, PA, and died Unknown. He married FREDERICA //. She was born 1848 in Prussia, and died Unknown.

Notes for H
ENRY W BUCK:
Living next to father John Casper in 1870 in Unity Twp

More About H
ENRY W BUCK:
Fact 1: 29 Jun 1823, baptized; Sponsors:George & Mary Ruffener
     
Child of H
ENRY BUCK and FREDERICA // is:
  i.   PHILOPENA5 BUCK, b. 1869, Westmoreland Co, PA; d. Unknown.


7. GEORGE4 BUCK (JOHN CASPER3, JOSEPH2, NICHOLAS1) was born 1829 in Westmoreland Co, PA, and died Aft. 1900. He married MARGARET //. She was born 1832, and died Bef. 1900.

Notes for G
EORGE BUCK:
Family living next to John Casper and his 3 youngest daughters in Unity Twp in 1860

     
Children of G
EORGE BUCK and MARGARET // are:
  i.   MARY AGNES5 BUCK, b. 1856, Unity Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA; d. Unknown.
  ii.   JOHN E BUCK, b. Jan 1858, Unity Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA; d. 1938, Unity Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA.
  iii.   ALICE BUCK, b. 1860, Unity Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA; d. Unknown.
  iv.   IDA BUCK, b. 1861, Unity Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA; d. Unknown.
  v.   AMANDA BUCK, b. 1863, Unity Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA; d. Unknown.
  vi.   MARGARET BUCK, b. May 1867, Unity Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA; d. Unknown.
  vii.   SADIE BUCK, b. Apr 1869, Unity Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA; d. Aft. 1920.
  viii.   PETER BUCK, b. 1870, Unity Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA; d. Unknown.


8. JOHN B4 BUCK (JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, NICHOLAS1) was born 11 Dec 1823 in Loretto, Cambria Co, PA, and died 28 Jan 1910 in Loretto, Cambria Co, PA. He married RACHEL REGINA SHERRY 05 Jun 1849 in Loretto, Cambria Co, PA, daughter of PETER SHERRY and ELIZABETH KAY. She was born 12 Jul 1829 in Weissenburg, Strasbourg, France, and died 07 Nov 1909 in Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA.

Notes for JOHN B BUCK:
Cambria Freeman
Ebensburg, Pa.
Friday, 4 Feb 1910
Volume 44, Number 5


John Buck, Well Known Resident of North County, Dead
Ex-Sheriff and Prominent Man Follows Wife 'Cross River
Funeral on Tuesday

John Buck, an ex-Sheriff of Cambria County and a former member of the State Legislature, died at 10
o'clock Friday night at his residence in Carrolltown, in his eighty-seventh year. Mr. Buck's death was
due to pneumonia, which developed soon after the death of his wife, Mrs. Regina Sherry Buck on
November 12, 1909. The funeral of Mr. Buck took place on Tuesday morning from St. Benedict's
Roman Catholic Church with the Rev. Leopold Probst, O. S. B. in charge. Interment was at
Carrolltown.

The deceased was one of a family of eleven children, all of whom have passed away except Francis J.
Buck of Carrolltown and William J. Buck of Allegheny Township. He was a son of Joseph Buck, who
settled on the John Zern farm in Carroll Township, where John Buck was born on December 13,
1823. John Buck built the gristmills known as Buck's Mills and engaged in the milling business until
1861, when he was elected sheriff, defeating James D. Hamilton. Three years later he located at
Carrolltown and engaged in the mercantile business. He was a staunch Democrat but served as
Postmaster of that place during the terms of the administration of President Grant because of the fact
that there was not a Republican living in that vicinity.

In 1874 Mr. Buck was elected on the Democratic ticket as representative to the General Assembly.
Mr. Buck continued in the mercantile business until early in the '90s when he retired. He was an
active member of the Roman Catholic Church and a man having much influence in the community in
which he resided for so many years.

John Buck and Miss Regina Sherry were united in marriage at Loretto by the Rev. Father Joseph
Gallagher on June 5, 1849. The following children are living: Celestine A. Buck and Mrs. James H. Eck
of Carrolltown; Dr. Michael J. Buck of Pittsburg; A. W. Buck of Ebensburg; S. H. Buck of Elyria, O.;
Dr. J. P. Buck of Chicago; Edward Buck of Tonopah, Nev.; Mrs. James V. Scanlan of Ebensburg;
Ambrose C. Buck of Reading; Vincent Jr. Buck of Hastings. Besides theses he is survived by forty-
nine grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren, together with two brothers mentioned above.


First Buck birth registered at Loretto; Godparents: Peter Jr & Margaret Eckenrode. Bap. by Rev Demetrius Gallitzin

1849 - 1865 Built and resided at Buck's Mill (Wolf's Mill), a grist mill 3 miles from Carrolltown.

Sheriff of Cambria Co from 1860 until 1865.
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The Alleghanian, Ebensburg, Pa.
Thursday, January 12, 1865
Volume 6, Number 14

The Sheriffalty

During the last week of December court, Mr.
Jas. Myers, the newly elected Sheriff of Cambria county, was duly ?sworn in,?
vice Mr. John Buck, whose term of office had expired. Candor compels us to say
that Mr. Buck made
an excellent Sheriff, and from the well known character and ability of Mr.
Myers, we are sure the reins of office will descend to a most worthy successor.

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DISTRIBUTION OF THE FUNDS IN THE HANDS OF M. J. BUCK
ADMINISTRATOR d.b.n.c.t.a. OF JOHN BUCK, DECEASED, AS REPORTED
BY SAMUEL LEMMON REED, PRESIDENT JUDGE OF THE ORPHAN'S COURT

            DISTRIBUTION

Balance in the hands of the accountant for
distribution as shown by the account ------------------------------------------------------------------------------            $4,l2l.00
      To which add the amount of compensation charged by
the accountany with which amount the accountant is surcharged -----------------------------------------            225.00

Making a total for distribution of ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $4,346.00

From which deduct the following:
Amount to be paid to Charles A.MacIntyre,
Register of Wills and Clerk of the Orphans'
Court for advertising the audit end recording     
this report -----------------------------------------------------------------------------      $6.00
Amount to be paid to M.J.McCann,attorney for
Accountant ----------------------------------------------------------------------------      10.00
Amount to be paid to Hattie L.Buck,sole legatee
of A.W..Buck,dec'd.from the estate of John Buck,
deceased,as shown by the account of A.W..Buck,
executor of the last will and testament of John
Buck,with interest from Dec.10,1918 to the date of
Distribution -------------------------------------------------------------------------------      483.05            449.05

Leaving a balance for distribution among the heirs --------------------------------------------------------      $3,846.95

      Which is distributed as follows:
1.to Michael J. Buck1 one-tenth            $384.70
2. to Sylvester H. Buck, one-tenth                  384.70
3. to Ambrose C. Buck, one-tenth                  384.70
4. to Edward J. Buck, one-tenth                  384.70
5. to Annie R. Eck1 one-tenth                        384.70
6. to Vincent J. Buck, one-tenth                  384.69
7. to Maurice Lambert Buck, one-tenth                  384.69
8. to Heirs of C.A.Buck1one-tenth to be divided among them
as follows:

a.      to Annie Buck, widow1 1/3 128.23
b.      to Aloysius A. Buck, 2/45      17.10
c.      to Alma Marie Buck Smith1 2/45      17.10
d.      to Stella E Buck, 2/45      17.10
e.      to Matilda A. Buck, 2/45      17.10
f,      to Orville Buck1 2/45      17.10
g.      to Harold F. Buck, 2/45      17.10
h.      to Fred B. Buck, 2/45      17.10
i.      to Leo L. Buck, 2/45      17.10
j.      to Leonard O. Buck, 2/45      17.10
k.      to Eleanor C Buck, 2/45      17.10
i.      to Emil C. Buck, 2/45      17.10
m.      to Gertrude M. Buck, 2/45      17.09
n.      to Jerome R Buck, 2/45      17.09
o.      to Herman T. Buck, 2/45      17.09
p.      to Heirs of Amandus Buck, 2/45 as follows;
      1. Mary Buck, 1/3 5.69
      2. Hellen Buck, 1/3 5.70
      3. Walter Buck, 1/3 5.70_____________________      17.09            384.69






9. To Hattie L,Buck,sole legatee under the
will of A.W. Buck, deceased1 1/10 ------------------------------------------------------------            384.69

10. to Heirs of James P.Buck, l/l0 as follows:
a. Mary Catherine Buck,widow,1/3-------------------------- 128.23
b. Marie G. Buck Gaspar, 2/9      85.49
c. Harold F. Buck, 2/9            85.49
d. Cyril Clement Buck, 2/9            85.48 -----------------      384.69            $3,846.95

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Johnstown Tribune Jan. 29, 1910
JOHN BUCK DEAD AT CARROLLTOWN
Former Sheriff and Legislator Passes Away of Pneumonia After Long Illness In Eighty-Seventh Year
John Buck, an ex-Sheriff of Cambria County and a former member of the State Legislature, died at 10 o'clock last night at his residence in Carrolltown, in his eighty-seventh year. Mr. Buck's death was due to pneumonia, which developed soon after the sudden death of his wife, Mrs. Regina Sherry Buck, on November 12, 1909. The funeral of Mr. Buck will take place on Tuesday morning from St. Benedict's Roman Catholic Church, with the Rev. Father Leopold Probst, O.S. B., in charge. Interment will be made at Carrolltown.

The deceased was one of a family of eleven children, all of whom have passed away except Francis J. Buck, of Carrolltown, and William J. Buck, of Allegheny Township. He was a son of Joseph Buck, who settled on the John Zern farm in Carroll Township, where John Buck was born on December 11, 1823. John Buck built the grist-mills known as Buck's Mills and engaged in the milling business until 1861, when he was elected Sheriff, defeating James D. Hamilton. Three years later he located at Carrolltown and engaged in the mercantile business. He was a staunch Democrat, but served as Postmaster of that place during both terms of the administration of President Grant because of the fact that there was not a Republican then living in that vicinity.

In 1874 Mr. Buck and the Hon. John Hannan, of the First Ward, were elected on the Democratic ticket as Representatives to the General Assembly, defeating Thomas H. Lapsley and John C. Gates. They were the first persons to represent Cambria in the House after the district was changed from one to two members. Mr. Buck continued in the mercantile business until early in the 90's, when he retired. He was an active member of the Roman Catholic Church and a man having much influence in the community in which he resided for so many years.

John Buck and Miss Regina Sherry were united in marriage at Loretto by the Rev. Father Joseph Gallagher on June 5, 1849. The following children are living: Celestine A. Buck and Mrs. James B. Eck, of Carrolltown; Dr. Michael J. Buck, of Pittsburg; A. W. Buck, of Ebensburg; S. H. Buck of Elyria, Ohio; Dr. J. P. Buck of Chicago; Edward Buck, of Tonopah, Nev; Mrs. James V. Scanlan, of Ebensburg; Ambrose C. Buck, of Braddock; Vincent J. Buck, of Turtle Creek, and Lambert Buck, of Hastings. Besides these, he is survived by forty-nine grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren, together with two brothers, mentioned above.
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John Buck was born in Carroll Township, Cambria County, Dec. 11, 1822, the son of Joseph Buck, whose father emigrated from Germany and settled in Pennsylvania. Joseph Buck was born in Bucks County, Pa., Nov. 16, 1797. His son, John, was reared and educated at Carrolltown, where he built the grist mills known at that time as Bucks Mills. He engaged in the milling business until 1860, when he was elected sheriff of the county. At the end of his term as sheriff he moved to Carrolltown and engaged in the mercantile business. He served as postmaster and in 1875 was elected to the State Legislature. He continued his mercantile business until the early nineties, when he retired. Mr. Buck died in 1916 and is buried at Carrolltown. His wife, a native of Germany, died in 1915. To Mr. and Mrs. Buck the following children were born: Celestine A., of Carrolltown; Dr. Michael J., a physician, Pittsburgh; Sylvester H., Elyria, Ohio; Peter M., who died in 1881; James P., of Chicago; Anicetus William, of Ebensburg; Mary O., married James V. Scanlan, of Ebensburg; Ambrose C., of Braddock, Pa.; Edward J., of Denver, Colo.; Anna M., married James B. Eek, of Big Bend, Pa.; Vincent J., of Turtle Creek, Pa.; and M. L., the subject of this sketch.

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Mr. John Buck, the newly elected Sheriff of
this county was sworn into office yesterday.
Although we opposed his selection on political grounds, still we are
confident in predicting that he will make a popular public official.

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More About JOHN B BUCK:
Burial: Unknown, St Benedict Cemetery, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA

Notes for RACHEL REGINA SHERRY:
Birth place of Weissenburg, France (Dioc of Strasbourg) is listed with James Patrick's birth/baptism record - Cath Vit Rec.
Buck family bible lists her baptism as located in Hallstatt, Germany on 13 July 1829.


OBITUARY

IN MEMORIAM
      MRS. JOHN BUCK
born
JULY 12, 1829
died
NOVEMBER 12, 1909

Close of a Beautiful Christian Life.

"As a cloud of the sunset, slow melting in heaven,
As a star that is lost when the daylight is given,
As a glad dream of slumber, which wakens in (?)
She has passed to the world of the holy from this."

On Friday evening, November 12, Mrs. John Buck died at her home in
Carrolltown, at the advanced age of 80 years and 4 months.

As the deceased was so well known, and had so many friends and relatives
in and around Carrolltown, we feel that her death deserves more than a
passing notice.

Mrs. Buck, whose maiden name was Rachel Regina Sherry, was born at
Strassburg, France, July 12, 1820, making her age 80 years and 4 months.
In early childhood her parent's emigrated to this country and settled at
Bald Eagle, Blair County, afterwords removing to Allegheny township,
this county, where they resided for many years.

On June 05, 1849, she was united in marriage to John Buck, who still
survives and who, in the active years of life, was prominent in business
and political affairs, being sheriff of Cambria County 1861-65, a member
of the legislature during the session of 1875-6, postmaster of his home
town, and a member of the mercantile firm of E. Glass & Co., which
(illegible) one day was the leading establishment in Carrolltown.

Shortly after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Buck went to Buck's Mill, (now
known as Wolf's Mill), where they resided until 1865, when they went to
Carrolltown, at which place they made their permanent home, occupying a
comfortable residence immediately opposite St. Benedict's Catholic
Church.

During their married life twelve children were given them to brighten
their home circle, eleven of whom are still living.

The death of Mrs. Buck was unexpected, for on Friday she was around as
usual and after the evening meal both she and her husband sat in their
accustomed places and concerned friends who called. About 8 o'clock she
laid her head back on the chair and fell into a gentle slumber, but as
this was not unusual no thought was given the matter, and it was not
until the last guest had departed that her daughter, Mrs. James B. Eck,
who occupies the same house, called her and receiving no reply placed
her hand upon her and discovered that her mother was dead, having
quietly slept away.

The deceased was a woman of beautiful Christian character, her every
word and deed mainifesting purity and kindness of heart and mind. She
was kind and loving not only to those of her own household but to
everyone; her generosity knew no bounds, and no one ever made an appeal
to her in vain.

"She stretched out her hand to the poor; yes, she reached forth her hand
to the needy."

Although having passed the allotted span of life, she was bright and
happy in the companionship of friends, and her home was the Mecca of
many a troubled and distressed soul who sought counsel. She was in
verity:

"A perfect woman, nobly planned,
To warn, to comfort, and command."

She was a Christian woman, devotedly attached to her church, and zealous
in the discharge of every duty; it is, therefore, not be be wondered
that she was beloved by all who knew her.

As wife and mother she was faithful and true to husband and devoted to
her children.

"Her children arise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he
praiseth her."

When her earthly pilgrimage was ended and the work for which she had
been sent accomplished, the "silent messenger of death" gently laid his
finger upon her, and a "still small voice" said "Come." No sickness, no
suffering, no anguish in saying farewell to loved ones.

"Asleep in Jesus! Blessed sleep,
From which none ever wakes to weep;
A calm and undisturbed repose,
Unbroken by the last of foes(?)."

Surviving to mourn her loss is the aged husband and the following
children: C. A. Buck, Carrolltown; Dr. M. J. Buck, Pittsburg; S. H.
Buck, Elyria, Ohio; Dr. J. P. Buck, Chicago; A. W. Buck, Ebensburg; Mrs.
James V. Scanlan, Ebensburg; A. C. Buck, Edgwood; E. J. Buck, Tonaph;
Mrs. James B. Eck, Carrolltown, V. J. Buck, Turtle Creek; M. L. Buck,
Hastings.

The funeral which was largely attended, took place Tuesday morning.
Solemn High Requiem Mass being celebrated in St. Benedict's church,
after which interment was made in Carrolltown cemetery."

From the Patton Courier
November 19, 1909

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Johnstown Tribune Nov. 13, 1909
DIED SITTING IN CHAIR
Wife of Ex-Sheriff John Buck Had Not Been Ill - Was About Eighty Years Old
Carrolltown, Nov. 13-While sitting in a chair at her home here about 8:30 o'clock last evening, Mrs. Regina Buck, wife of Ex-Sheriff John Buck, died suddenly without having been sick. Death was evidently due to paralysis of the heart. Her husband is seriously ill.

Mrs. Buck's maiden name was Sherry. She was born near Bradley Junction and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sherry. Ex-Sheriff and Mrs. Buck were married sixty years ago by Prince Gallitzin. The Buck family lived in Johnstown many years ago. Mr. Buck having been postmaster there. Mrs. Buck is survived by the following children: A. W. Buck, of Ebensburg; Mrs. James Scanlon, of Ebensburg; C. A. Buck, of Carrolltown; Dr. M. J. Buck, of Pittsburg; S. H. Buck, of Elyria, O.; Dr. James P. Buck, of Chicago; A. Z. Buck, of Braddock; Edward Buck, of Tonopah, Colo.; Vincent J. Buck, of Turtle Creek; Mrs. James B. Eck of Carrolltown, and M. L. Buck, of Hastings. One of her children died many years ago.

More than fifty grandchildren and a large number of great-grandchildren also survive her.

The funeral arrangements have not been completed, but Mrs. Buck will probably be buried on Monday morning, with services in St. Benedict's Church, Carrolltown, of which she was a member for more than half a century.
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Cambria Freeman, Ebensburg, Pa.
Friday, November 19, 1909
Volume 43, Number 47


The funeral of Mrs. John Buck of Carrolltown who died on Friday took place from St. Benedict's Catholic Church at Carrolltown Tuesday morning at nine o'clock. Mrs. Buck was the mother of A. W. Buck, Cashier of the First National Bank of Ebensburg and the mother of Mrs. James V. Scanlan of Ebensburg.






DEATHS


Nephews Carry Remains to Grave

Funeral of Mrs. John Buck Held at Carrolltown Tuesday
Carrolltown, Nov. 18

Twelve nephews of the late Mrs. Rachel Buck of Carrolltown, who died suddenly last Friday evening, were the pallbearers at the well known woman's funeral here on Tuesday morning. The funeral was very largely attended. Mrs. Buck died while sitting in a chair, death evidently being due to paralysis of the heart.

Mrs. Buck's maiden name was Sherry and she was born in Alsace, then a French possession, being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sherry and came to this country when three years old. In 1849 she was married to John Buck by the Rev. Father Joseph Gallagher. John Buck was Sheriff of Cambria County for one term in the early '60s. He was postmaster of Carrolltown under Grant. At one time, also, he was a member of the
state legislature.

The following children survive Mrs. Buck: A. W. Buck of Ebensburg; Mrs.
James Scanlon of Ebensburg; C. A. Buck of Carrolltown; Dr. M. J. Buck of Pittsburg; S. H. Buck of Elyria, O.; Dr. James P. Buck of Chicago; A. Z. Buck of Braddock; Edward Buck of Tonopah, Nev.; Vincent J. Buck of Turtle Creek; Mrs. James B. Eck of Carrolltown and M. L. Buck of Hastings. One of her children died many years ago.

In addition, 48 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren survive.

As stated the funeral was held Tuesday morning from the Catholic Church in Carrolltown, a requiem high mass being said. The pallbearers were as follows: F. C. Sharbaugh, Bert Sharbaugh, Charles Buck, James M. Buck, Michael Buck, Bede Buck, Leo Buck, D. Buck, Andrew Buck, Joseph Buck, Garvis Sherry and Frank Sherry. Interment was made in the Catholic Cemetery.
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More About RACHEL REGINA SHERRY:
Burial: Unknown, St Benedict Cemetery, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA
     
Children of JOHN BUCK and RACHEL SHERRY are:
26. i.   CELESTINE AUGUSTINE5 BUCK, b. 05 Nov 1850, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA; d. 10 Sep 1910, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA.
27. ii.   DR MICHAEL JOSEPH BUCK, b. 13 Apr 1852, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA; d. 14 Jun 1944, Wilkensburg, PA.
28. iii.   SYLVESTER HUGH BUCK, b. 05 Jun 1853, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA; d. 28 Jan 1936, Elyria, Lorain Co, OH.
  iv.   MARTIN PETER BUCK, b. 01 Sep 1854, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA; d. 09 Feb 1881, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA.
29. v.   DR JAMES PATRICK BUCK, b. 19 Feb 1856, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA; d. 16 Jan 1914, Chicago, Cook Co, IL.
30. vi.   ANCELIUS WILLIAM BUCK, b. 15 Mar 1858, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA; d. 25 Mar 1918, Ebensburg, Cambria Co, PA.
  vii.   MARY AUCTILIA BUCK, b. 12 Dec 1859, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA; d. 25 Jan 1915, Ebensburg, Cambria Co, PA; m. JAMES VALENTINE SCANLAN, 20 Nov 1883; b. 22 Dec 1855, Summerhill, Cambria Co, PA; d. 03 Mar 1919, Ebensburg, Cambria Co, PA.
  Notes for MARY AUCTILIA BUCK:
1900 census list married 17 years and no children; nephew Orville is living with them.

In 1910 census (Ancestry lists as Isaulan (just bad transcription)) still list no children and Orville is still living with them as well as Jame's brother Harry.

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Mrs. James V. Scanlan is visiting relatives in Pittsburg, before going home she will go to Cleveland to visit her brother, F. H. Buck and another relative, Mrs. Thomas James. She will also be the guest of Mrs. Samuel Baker of Topple, Beaver County, who before her marriage was Miss Oline Scanlan of Ebensburg.



  Notes for JAMES VALENTINE SCANLAN:
James Scanlan, the traveling salesman of this place, on Saturday, won the watch chanced off by William Lewis of the East ward who has been in ill heath for some time.

Mr. Scanlan upon receiving the watch immediately returned it to Mr.Lewis with his compliments.

Cambria Freeman, Ebensburg, Pa. Friday, November 30, 1906
Volume 40, Number 48

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  Marriage Notes for MARY BUCK and JAMES SCANLAN:
Cambria Freeman, Ebensburg, PA Friday, November 25, 1904

The residences of M. D. Kittell, Esq., and James Scanlan, both of this place were the scenes of enjoyable family parties Sunday. They were held in celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Scanlan’s twenty-first and of the fifteenth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Kittell’s wedding days.
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31. viii.   AMBROSE CORNELIUS BUCK, b. 08 Dec 1861, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA; d. 26 Dec 1950, Braddock, PA.
  ix.   EDWARD J BUCK, b. 03 Oct 1863, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA; d. 23 Mar 1923, Tonapah, NV.
  Notes for EDWARD J BUCK:
Prospector in Telluride , CO in 1900.

Miner in Bellehelen, Nye Co, NV in 1910



  More About EDWARD J BUCK:
Fact 3: Bet. 1888 - 1923, Prospector in Tonopah, NV
Fact 4: Bet. 1905 - 1923, Lived at Golden Eagle Hotel,Tonapah, NV
Fact 5: 23 Mar 1923, died of pneumonia from the flu
Fact 6: 27 Mar 1923, Buried in Carrolltown, PA

32. x.   ANN ELIZABETH BUCK, b. 07 Jul 1866, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA; d. 09 Dec 1939, Hastings, Cambria Co, PA.
33. xi.   VINCENT JOHN BUCK, b. 27 Apr 1868, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA; d. 11 Apr 1953, Edgewood, Allegheny Co, PA ?.
34. xii.   MAURICE LAMBERT BUCK, b. 16 Apr 1874, Carrolltown, Cambria Co, PA; d. 14 Feb 1970, Hastings, Cambria Co, PA.


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