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Re: Jacob Ressler and Mary Jane Aungst
Posted by: James Ressler Date: March 07, 2001 at 18:35:39
In Reply to: Re: Jacob Ressler and Mary Jane Aungst by Colleen Murphy of 251

Colleen--
I received a transcript of Daniel's death certificate, listing his place of burial as Unity Cemetary,in Latrobe,PA., where his younger brother Jacob (b. 1842 Civil War veteran) and wife Charlotte (nee Skiles) is buried. Is this now called Union Cemetary? I do not know where his son Jacob (my great grandfather is buried.)

I just found some information concerning John C. Ressler from the 1900 PA census. He lived in Latrobe, Westmoreland Co. Ward 1 Washington Street. ed 107, p 10b, lines 80-83. His birthday was July of 1872. His wife Orpha, was born in January of 1876. They had two children: Emmett R (June 1894) and Raymond F. (January 1897).

Hope this helps.
James P. Ressler ( I have decided to include my middle initial to prevent confusion with these other James Resslers

According to Michael Caldwell, John C. Resslar (note the spelling change) was another son of Jacob Ressler and Mary Jane Aungst, whom, I believe, are also buried in Unity/Union cemetary in Latrobe. Sounds like a place I should visit.


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