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Re: Emigh/Kinkead in Patton PA early 1900's
Posted by: Morris Emigh (ID *****6476) Date: October 09, 2002 at 05:40:00
In Reply to: Re: Emigh/Kinkead in Patton PA early 1900's by Lynne of 358

This is what I have in my notes from Dad. Dad died last March, so sadly I can't go to him for more info.


"Robert Morris Emigh [my grandfather] was born in Morrisdale, Clearfield County in 1865. He was a good carpenter and he learned his trade from his half brother Christian Emigh. All his life he was knon as Morris. He lived in Philipsburg with his wife Sarah Cartwright around 1888-1889.

Morris and Sarah adopted a daughter, Emma Morgan Emigh. She married Fred Kincaid and had two daughters, Adeline and Martha. Martha married a Maxwell from Benedict and went to New York City where they owned a Ford garage. Martha's last knkown place of residence was Miami, FL.

Emma died in 1920 and is buried in Patton, Cambria, PA.

Morris & Sarah raised a boy who was killed in a football game. His name was John Oswalt (Oswald) pronounced with a long "o". Morris and Sarah moved to Patton, PA around 1889. Sarah Cartwright died around 1902-03. Morris married Laura Belle McGrady"

I have Fred Kinkead born 1879 and died 1937 buried in Patton, Fairview cemetery. I can't recall my source on this...

Morris


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