Bradford County, Pennsylvania was originally called Ontario County until it was formally organized and renamed in 1812. Ontario had been formed from Luzerne and Lycoming counties. 1820 Bradford County, Pennsylvania Census Free 1820 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – Ancestry Free Trial 1820 Bradford County, Census (images and index) $ 1810-1890 Accelerated
Thomas Ryan, of Topeka, lawyer, soldier, congressman and diplomat. was born at Oxford, New York. November 25, 1837, but while he was an infant his parents moved to Bradford County; Pennsvlvania, where he was reared upon a farm and attended the country school. He had been admitted to the bar when the Civil war broke
Abram Morgan Frumberg, of the firm of Frumberg & Russell, attorneys at law of St. Louis, was born in Towanda, Bradford county, Pennsylvania. March 30, 1876, and traces his ancestry back through four generations to Isaac Frumberg, a native of Germany and of the Jewish race, who became the founder of the family in America
Rollin Buell. Since his education was finishod Rollin Buell had applied himself chiefly to banking in Kansas, and is now cashier of the Farmers State Bank at Potter in Atchison County. Almost since pioneer times the Buell family was identified with Macoupin County, Illinois, where Rollin Buell was born September 15, 1883, and his father,
Identified with pioneer life in Oregon, Washington and Idaho, Charles Albert Thatcher figured long and prominently in the development and progress of the northwest and in the events which form its history. He lived an honorable, upright life, won prosperity through determined purpose and indefatigable energy, and at all times enjoyed the esteem of his
Kelly, William Eldred; manufacturer; born, Emporium, Pa., May 11, 1861; son of Andrew Emmons and Lorinda Lyman Kelly; educated, Towanda College, Towanda, Pa.; also ordinary business course; married, Cleveland, Aug. 23, 1882, Alice T. Brown; issue, Fred Eugene, Myrtle L. and Hattie L. Kelly; pres. and gen. mgr. The Kelly Reamer Co.; formerly vice pres.
Frederick Louis Todd8, (Frederick H.7, Josiah6, Dan5, Christopher4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born March 10, 1856, died 1880, married Elizabeth Miller of Chillicothe, Ohio. At one time he was a telegraph operator in Towanda, Penn. Child: 2075. A boy, d. young.
DUNNING, Mary Belle Todd9, (Luzerne8, Lemuel7, Jehiel6, Stephen5, Stephen4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Nov. 8, 1856, married(???) Dunning. They lived in Sayre, Penn. Children: I. Walter Todd, b. Jan. 1, 1895. II. William Arthur, b. Oct. 7, 1897.
William B. Ferguson, farmer; P. O. Mattoon; is the son of William and Nancy Ferguson; was born in Bradford Co., Penn., Dec. 8, 1828; moved with his parents to Paradise Tp., Coles Co., Ill., Oct. 15, 1839; is the owner of 601 acres, valued at or near $18,000. Was married to Fanny M. Hart, of
Mrs. Diantha F. Benefiel, farmer; P. O. Etna; is the daughter of James and Elizabeth Shores, of Bradford Co., Pa.; moved to Coles Co., Oct. 12, 1843; was born in Bradford Co., Penn., Sheshequin Tp., April 22, 1823; her maiden name was Diantha F. Shores ;. was married to her first husband, William N. Smith,