Orlo Dean

M, b. 1895, d. 1976
     Orlo Dean was buried at New Lebanon Cemetery, New Lebanon, Mercer County, Pennsylvania. He was born in 1895. He died in 1976.

William Muse

M, b. 1782
     William Muse was born in 1782 at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

Mary Muse

F, b. 1786
     Mary Muse was born in 1786 at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

Sarah Muse

F, b. circa 1789, d. 1879
     Sarah Muse was born circa 1789 at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. She died in 1879.

John Jones Muse

M, b. 1796, d. 1870
     John Jones Muse married an unknown person. He was born in 1796 at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. He died in 1870.

Addison Muse

M, b. 1841, d. 5 June 1872
     Addison Muse was born in 1841. He began military service on 15 August 1861 at enlisted in the Civil War, Meadville, Pennsylvania, Co B 83rd PVI. He married an unknown person on 7 December 1864 at New Lebanon, Mercer, PA. He was buried in June 1872 at Fairfield Presbyterian, New Vernon, Mercer, PA. He died on 5 June 1872.

Mathew Murry Dawson

M, b. 4 December 1825, d. 30 June 1864
     Mathew Murry Dawson married an unknown person. He married an unknown person.1 He was born on 4 December 1825. He began military service on 29 July 1861 at Letter, New Wilmington, Lawrence, Pennsylvania, Dawson's letter to Col Black was offering a newly formed company to Black.2 He ended military service on 17 June 1864 at Mortally wounded, Petersburg, Virginia.3 He died on 30 June 1864 at Armory Square US Army Gen Hosp, Washington, DC, at age 38.4

Citations

  1. [S40] Unknown author, Pension File, File Name: Widows, File Number: 899522, Beulah Dawson statement in widow's pension file. She stated that she was in attendance at the marriage of Mathew M. Dawson and Sarah A. Moore at New Wilmington, Pennsylvania on August 17, 1863.
  2. [S21] Unknown author, Matthew (sic) M. Dawson: M M Dawson Service Record, Mathew Dawson acheived the rank of LTC and his promotion to Colonel did not get to him in time.
  3. [S21] Unknown author, Matthew (sic) M. Dawson: M M Dawson Service Record, Sustained gun shot wound left shoulder. Entered posterior aspect. Exit ant. aspect.
  4. [S21] Unknown author, Matthew (sic) M. Dawson: M M Dawson Service Record, Mathew M Dawson Lt Col of 100th Regiment PA Vols died in this General Hospital June 30 1864.

Robert Mitchell

M, b. 11 April 1840, d. 12 March 1917
     Robert Mitchell was born on 11 April 1840.1 He was (an unknown value) in 1860 at Farmer.1 He married an unknown person on 22 February 1866. He died on 12 March 1917 at age 76. He was buried on 14 March 1917 at the New Lebanon Cemetery, New Lebanon, Mercer, Pennsylvania.

Citations

  1. [S22] Unknown author, James R. Mitchell, Pension.

Enoch Dean

M, b. between 1777 and 1778
     Enoch Dean was born between 1777 and 1778 at Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S23] Unknown author, Diana's Genealogy Home Page, Url: http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/6/Corbin, /FGS/JacobDean-NancyLoveall.htm.

Caleb Corbin

M, b. 1 December 1785, d. 1856
     Caleb Corbin married an unknown person. He was born on 1 December 1785 at Baltimore, Maryland.1 He died in 1856 at Mercer, Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S23] Unknown author, Diana's Genealogy Home Page, Url: http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/6/Corbin, /FGS/CalebCorbin-SarahDean.htm.

Elijah Moore

M, b. 1810
     Elijah Moore married an unknown person. He was born in 1810 at Pennsylvania.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S24] Gallagher, Hon, Loewenwarter Gailey, Blenheim: Civil War Soldiers, Amos R. Moore, addendum to page 2.

Abner Dean

M, b. 18 December 1826, d. 11 February 1898
     Abner Dean married an unknown person. He was born on 18 December 1826. He began military service in 1861 at Meadville, Pennsylvania, Co B 83rd PVI. He was buried in February 1898 at New Lebanon, New Lebanon, Mercer, PA. He died on 11 February 1898 at age 71.

Jacob Wieder

M, b. 1841, d. 11 November 1861
     Jacob Wieder was buried at New Lebanon, New Lebanon, Mercer, PA. He was born in 1841. He began military service in August 1861 at Erie, Erie, Pennsylvania, Co B 83rd PVI. He died on 11 November 1861 at Brigade Hospital, Halls Hill, Virginia; Typhoid.

Charles A Henning

M, b. 1896, d. 1954
     Charles A Henning was born in 1896. He was buried in 1954 at New Lebanon, New Lebanon, Mercer, PA. He died in 1954.

Jacob Adam

M, b. 18 November 1798
     Jacob Adam was born on 2 September 1798.1 He was baptized on 18 November 1798 at Moselem Church, Moselem Springs, Berks, Pennsylvania; Georg Weidenhamer and Catharina ? were witnesses to Jacob's baptism.2

Citations

  1. [S26] Unknown author, Adam Vertical File.
  2. [S25] Unknown author, Berks County Church Records, Volume: 2, Jacob Adam son of Heinrich Adam and Margaret, born September 2, 1798, baptized November 18, 1798. Sponsors: Georg Weidenhamer and Catharina.

Martha Abigal Dean1

F, b. 17 March 1837, d. September 1905
     Her married name was Andrews.1 Martha Abigal Dean was born on 17 March 1837.1 She married Lemuel Andrews on 28 August 1856 at Lawrence, Pennsylvania.1,2 Martha Abigal Dean died in September 1905 at age 68.1

Family

Lemuel Andrews b. 30 Dec 1834, d. 12 Aug 1917

Citations

  1. [S27] Dean Family Association, Branches of the Family Tree, Series: Volume 4, Number 1, Chapter 4, Part 1, Page 10.
  2. [S28] Unknown author, Presidents, Soldiers, Statesmen.

Lemuel Andrews1

M, b. 30 December 1834, d. 12 August 1917
     Lemuel Andrews was born on 30 December 1834 at French Creek Township, Mercer, Pennsylvania.1,2 He married Martha Abigal Dean on 28 August 1856 at Lawrence, Pennsylvania.1,3 Lemuel Andrews began military service in October 1861 at Co K, 100th PVI. He died on 12 August 1917 at age 82.1

Family

Martha Abigal Dean b. 17 Mar 1837, d. Sep 1905

Citations

  1. [S27] Dean Family Association, Branches of the Family Tree, Series: Volume 4, Number 1, Chapter 4, Part 1, Page 10.
  2. [S28] Unknown author, Presidents, Soldiers, Statesmen, page 565.
  3. [S28] Unknown author, Presidents, Soldiers, Statesmen.

Jonathan Dean1

M, b. 24 July 1844, d. 23 November 1925
     Jonathan Dean began military service at Co F, 83rd PVI.2 He was born on 24 July 1844.1 He married an unknown person on 28 January 1864.1 He died on 23 November 1925 at At Home, Fredonia, Mercer, Pennsylvania, at age 81.1,2

Citations

  1. [S27] Dean Family Association, Branches of the Family Tree, Series: Volume 4, Number 1, Chapter 4, Part 1, Page 12.
  2. [S29] Unknown author, Mercer Dispatch: Jonathan Dean, Location: Mercer, Pennsylvania, Page: 5, 27 Nov 1925, Page 5.

Levi K Adam1

M, b. 25 July 1829, d. 1903
     Levi K Adam was born on 25 July 1829.1 He died in 1903.2 He was buried in 1913 at Delaware Cemetery, Mercer, Pennsylvania.2

Citations

  1. [S30] Bernice Sell, Bernice Sell Collection, FGS at Berks County Gen Society, Compiler Address: Not Living.
  2. [S31] Unknown author, Brent Morgan Collection, Record Type: Photograph, Subject: Tombstone Johann Adam.

Amos R. Moore1

M, b. 11 April 1841, d. 30 July 1921
Amos R. Moore|b. 11 Apr 1841\nd. 30 Jul 1921|p3.htm#i122|Elijah Moore|b. 1810|p3.htm#i109||||||||||||||||
FatherElijah Moore b. 1810
     Amos R. Moore was born on 11 April 1841.1 He began military service on 15 August 1861 at 83rd Pennsylvania Infantry, Meadville, Crawford, Pennsylvania.1 He lived between 1864 and 1899 at New Lebanon, Mercer, Pennsylvania.1 He ended military service on 8 September 1864 at Discharged.1 He married Rachel Counselman on 20 December 1864 at New Lebanon, Mercer, Pennsylvania.1 Amos R. Moore lived between 1899 and 1921 at Franklin, Venango, Pennsylvania.1 He died on 30 July 1921 at Franklin, Venango, Pennsylvania, at age 80.1

Family

Rachel Counselman b. 27 Jan 1848
Marriage*He married Rachel Counselman on 20 December 1864 at New Lebanon, Mercer, Pennsylvania.1 

Citations

  1. [S24] Gallagher, Hon, Loewenwarter Gailey, Blenheim: Civil War Soldiers.

Rachel Counselman

F, b. 27 January 1848
     Her married name was Moore.1 Rachel Counselman was born on 27 January 1848 at New Lebanon, Mercer, Pennsylvania. She married Amos R. Moore, son of Elijah Moore, on 20 December 1864 at New Lebanon, Mercer, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Amos R. Moore b. 11 Apr 1841, d. 30 Jul 1921

Citations

  1. [S24] Gallagher, Hon, Loewenwarter Gailey, Blenheim: Civil War Soldiers.

Benjamin Franklin Dean1

M, b. 23 June 1830, d. 22 November 1904
Benjamin Franklin Dean|b. 23 Jun 1830\nd. 22 Nov 1904|p3.htm#i124|William Thompson Dean|b. 25 Feb 1800\nd. 26 Mar 1884|p3.htm#i125||||||||||||||||
FatherWilliam Thompson Dean b. 25 Feb 1800, d. 26 Mar 1884
     Benjamin Franklin Dean was born on 23 June 1830.2 He married an unknown person on 27 April 1857.2 He began military service in 1861 at 78th Pennsylvania Volunteers.3 He died on 22 November 1904 at age 74.1,2

Citations

  1. [S32] Unknown author, New Castle News: Pulaski Pickings, Location: New Castle, Pennsylvania, November 22, 1904.
  2. [S27] Dean Family Association, Branches of the Family Tree, Series: Volume 4, Number 1, Chap IV, Part I, page 8.
  3. [S32] Unknown author, New Castle News: Pulaski Pickings, Location: New Castle, Pennsylvania, During the Civil War he served from 1861 to 1865 and was a member of the 78th Pennsylvania Volunteers.

William Thompson Dean1

M, b. 25 February 1800, d. 26 March 1884
     William Thompson Dean married an unknown person.2 William Thompson Dean was also known as William Dean.3 He was born on 25 February 1800.1 He began military service on 3 September 1812.4 He ended military service on 1 January 1814.5,6 He lived circa 1826 at Scott Township, Lawrence, Pennsylvania.7 He died on 26 March 1884 at age 84.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S33] Director Publications J. W. Dean, Deans of Dorchester, Series: Volume 4, Number 2, page 3.
  2. [S37] Unknown author, PA Roots, Url: http://www.pa-roots.com, Benjamin Dean was the son of William Parkinson and Mary Harlan Dean. (Mary was the daughter of Jonathan Harlan on Harlansburg) This info follows the obit posted by S. Slater to the website on May 22, 2001.
  3. [S27] Dean Family Association, Branches of the Family Tree, Series: Volume 4, Number 1, Chap IV, Part I, page 7.
  4. [S34] Unknown author, 135th Regiment Christy's Pennsylvania Militia War of 1812: Service File, September 3 to October 12. 1812 Pay Roll of Capt. James Cochran's Company of Riflemen, attached to 135th Reg't Pennsylvania Militia. Roll Dated Erie, December 17, 1812.

    Muster Roll of Capt. James Cochran's Company of Riflemen, attached to 135 Reg't Pennsylvania Militia, on duty at Erie.
  5. [S35] Unknown author, 137th Regiment (Nelson's) Pennsylvania Militiar War of 1812: Service Record, Muster Roll of the 137 Reg't Pennsylvania, commanded by Lt. Col, David Nelson, now in the service in pursuance of orders from Major General David Mead, dated 1st January 1814. Roll dated Erie, Jan 22, 1814.

    Pay Roll of Capt. James Cochran's Company of Riflemen, 137 Regiment Pennsylvania Militia, at Erie.
  6. [S36] Unknown author, Early Families of Lawrence County Pennsylvania.
  7. [S36] Unknown author, Early Families of Lawrence County Pennsylvania, He resided in Scott Tonship, now Lawrence County, Pa.

Darrell Reese Dean

M, b. 1935, d. 31 December 2003
Darrell Reese Dean|b. 1935\nd. 31 Dec 2003|p3.htm#i127|||||||||||||||||||
     Darrell Reese Dean married an unknown person.1 He was born in 1935. He married an unknown person on 3 November 1990.1 He died on 31 December 2003 at Mercy Hospital Uptown, Blairsville, Pennsylvania.2

Citations

  1. [S39] Darrell Dean, Email message, Recipient: Brent Morgan, Address: Blairsville, Pennsylvania, Author E-mail: e-mail address.
  2. [S38] Jerry Vondas, PittsburghLIVE.com: Owner of diner loved community, Url: www.ancestry.com.

John Dawson

M, b. 1769, d. 27 February 1866
     John Dawson was born in 1769 at Carlisle. He lived in 1816 at Wayne County, Ohio. He lived in 1832 at Cuyahoga County, Ohio. He died on 27 February 1866 at Brown County, Illinois.

James Dawson

M
     James Dawson died at Washington County, Pennsylvania.

William Dawson

M
     William Dawson died at Washington County, Pennsylvania.

Andrew Wilson

M, b. 14 February 1832, d. 11 September 1901
Andrew Wilson|b. 14 Feb 1832\nd. 11 Sep 1901|p3.htm#i133|Samuel Wilson|b. 1806\nd. 7 Jun 1874|p6.htm#i209|Mary Anne Dawson|b. 26 Aug 1808\nd. 26 May 1860|p6.htm#i203|Andrew Wilson||p6.htm#i210|Rebecca Davidson||p6.htm#i211|Mathew Dawson|b. 15 Nov 1774\nd. 1 Jan 1861|p6.htm#i212|Mary Wylie|d. 13 Sep 1815|p6.htm#i213|
FatherSamuel Wilson b. 1806, d. 7 Jun 1874
MotherMary Anne Dawson b. 26 Aug 1808, d. 26 May 1860
     Andrew Wilson was born on 14 February 1832 at Pulaski, Mercer County, Pennsylvania. He married Huldah (?). Andrew served in the military on 24 June 1863. The Departmental Corps, or Army of the Monogahela, was organized to serve at the pleasure of the president. The Corps was organized to guard the Monagahela area, including Pittsburgh, in case of a rebel attack. The Corps was comprised of emergency militia from Pulaski and New Wilmington, PA and four companies from Belmont county Ohio. It was felt that an attack into PA would commence from the south and Pittsburgh seemed a very likely target. The Departmental Corps enlistment period was a point of contention between Governor Andrew G. Curtin of Pennsylvania and Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War. Stanton was adamant that the enlistment should be for the standard three year draft period, Curtin wanted an enlistment for nine months or a year. Correspondence in the Offical Records between the two gentlemen reflect this dispute. It appears that Curtin and General Couch thought that they could more readily man the Corps if a shorter length of service were in effect. They were recruiting local state militia members who were willing to defend their state against the impending attack but were not interested in a three year stint. It appears that the one year stint was the final answer as is evidenced by the mustering in and out dates of June 1863 and July 1864. The war was not over but the fear of a Pittsburgh attack had become minimized. In November of 1863 an attack on Erie, Pennsylvania was expected and the Departmental Corps rose to the occasion and went to Erie where nothing happened as indicated in the report of W.T.H. Brooks of November 29, 1863. Brooks' report of the success of the Corps was written to show them as a viable means of defense.1. Andrew served in the military on 27 August 1864. Andrew mustered out of the Departmental Corps, also known as the Army of the Monogahela on July 21, 1864. On August 27, 1864 he re-enlisted at New Brighton, Beaver County, Pennsylvania. This time Andrew joined Company M of the 6th Pennsylvania Regiment, Heavy Artillery. This regiment was previously known as Co M, 212th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Artillery. Andrew was detailed to play in the regimental band on December 13, 1864. On June 13, 1865 Andrew mustered out of the army once again and returned home to Pulaski, Lawrence county, Pennsylvania.. Andrew's occupation: Carpenter at Pulaski, Lawrence, Pennsylvania, on 15 June 1865. Andrew continued his work as a carpenter following the Civil War. It is believed that he was involved in the construction of some hexagonal shaped houses in the immediate area and over the border in Ohio. In addition to his work Andrew continued his interest in music and formed the Pulaski Coronet Band. The band was apparently active during local events on national holidays. Andrew's tuba, presented to him upon mustering out of the war, is owned by his grandson, Glen Wilson in Cheswick, Allegheny, Pennsylvania.. He married Laura Agnes Adam, daughter of John Adam and Marie Henninger, on 5 February 1885 at Home of Samuel Wilson, Greenville, Mercer, PA. Andrew Wilson lived in June 1891 at New Castle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.2 He was a carpenter in June 1891 at New Castle.3 Andrew was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Lawrence County PA. He died on 11 September 1901 at Sharpsville, Mercer, Pennsylvania, at age 69. He was buried in September 1901 at Pulaski Cemetery, Pulaski, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.

Family 1

Huldah (?) d. 28 Jan 1883
Marriage*He married Huldah (?)
Children

Family 2

Laura Agnes Adam b. 14 Apr 1862, d. 16 Mar 1949
Marriage*Andrew Wilson married Laura Agnes Adam, daughter of John Adam and Marie Henninger, on 5 February 1885 at Home of Samuel Wilson, Greenville, Mercer, PA. 
Children

Citations

  1. Official Records of the War of the Rebellion Chapter 39, pages 44=45, 76-77, and Chapter ?, pages 1102-1103.
  2. [S43] New Castle News, NCN , Andrew Wilson moved his family to New Castle last week, where he is working at the carpenter business.
  3. [S43] New Castle News, NCN.

Laura Agnes Adam

F, b. 14 April 1862, d. 16 March 1949
Laura Agnes Adam|b. 14 Apr 1862\nd. 16 Mar 1949|p3.htm#i134|John Adam|b. 28 Nov 1823\nd. 18 Jan 1892|p4.htm#i162|Marie Henninger|b. 14 Sep 1829\nd. 25 Sep 1873|p4.htm#i163|Johann Adam|d. 25 Nov 1858|p8.htm#i296|Maria Schmitty|b. 19 Feb 1801\nd. 9 Sep 1839|p8.htm#i297|||||||
FatherJohn Adam b. 28 Nov 1823, d. 18 Jan 1892
MotherMarie Henninger b. 14 Sep 1829, d. 25 Sep 1873
     Laura Agnes Adam was born on 14 April 1862 at Kremis, Mercer County, Pennsylvania. Laura was listed as a member of a church at Pulaski, Pulaski, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, in 1865. Laura was a faithful member of the Methodist Church in Pulaski for many years. In the early 1930's she hosted a chicken dinner fundraiser at her home in Pulaski village. The purpose of this was to raise money to pay for a new church bell.
For many years Laura maintained the family farm near the fairgrounds. This was about 3/4 of a mile east of Pulaski. Later she sold the farm and bought the house in town. For a period of time she lived in Beaver Falls with her second husband, Harry Hicks who she later divorced. Her sisters and brothers lived around Clarksville and Sharpsville. It is believed that her mother may have been of the Old Order Amish. For several years in the family it was thought that the family surname was Adams when in fact it is Adam without the s. I discovered this when I located her father's grave
in the old Lutheran cemetary belonging to St. Johns RD 1 Fredonia, PA. This old church building is now part of the United Church of Christ. It appears that Adam was a German name and several of the gravemarkers in this churchyard are in German. We should remember that German was the language in the Luteran church in America until 1909.. She married Andrew Wilson, son of Samuel Wilson and Mary Anne Dawson, on 5 February 1885 at Home of Samuel Wilson, Greenville, Mercer, PA. Laura was listed as Andrew Wilson's wife on the 1900 Census at Lawrence County PA. Laura Agnes Adam married an unknown person on 12 July 1910 at Pulaski, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. She was buried in March 1949 at Neshannock, Neshannock Presbyterian. She died on 16 March 1949 at Pulaski, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, at age 86.

Family

Andrew Wilson b. 14 Feb 1832, d. 11 Sep 1901
Marriage*She married Andrew Wilson, son of Samuel Wilson and Mary Anne Dawson, on 5 February 1885 at Home of Samuel Wilson, Greenville, Mercer, PA. 
Children

Milo Everet Dean

M, b. 12 July 1866, d. 17 December 1941
Milo Everet Dean|b. 12 Jul 1866\nd. 17 Dec 1941|p3.htm#i135|Wilson Dean|b. 20 Oct 1838\nd. 1 Mar 1911|p4.htm#i137|Mary Muse|b. 20 Sep 1838\nd. 23 Apr 1910|p4.htm#i138|Henry Dean|b. 11 Nov 1818\nd. 26 Jan 1891|p4.htm#i139|Elizabeth Duff|b. 4 Jul 1812\nd. 26 Mar 1852|p4.htm#i140|James Muse|b. 12 Oct 1801\nd. 22 Nov 1865|p4.htm#i141|Hannah Condit|b. 17 Aug 1809\nd. 24 Feb 1888|p4.htm#i142|
FatherWilson Dean b. 20 Oct 1838, d. 1 Mar 1911
MotherMary Muse b. 20 Sep 1838, d. 23 Apr 1910
     Milo Everet Dean was born on 12 July 1866 at New Lebanon, Mercer County, Pennsylvania. He married Ina Barbara Rupert, daughter of Emanuel Rupert and Sarah Wieder, in 1887. Milo Everet Dean died on 17 December 1941 at age 75. He was buried at New Lebanon Cemetery, New Lebanon, Mercer County, Pennsylvania.

Family

Ina Barbara Rupert b. 29 Jan 1868, d. 15 Mar 1948