daughter of Daniel Tisdale and Jane Tisdale. He is
engaged in the railroad business, and resides at Es-
XXXVIII. Jasper Ewing Brady^ (Jasper Ewing Brady*,
John Brady^, Mary Quigley Brady^, James Quigley^) was
born October 21, 1837, at Chambersburg, Penna., died Feb-
ruary 8, 1899, at Philadelphia, Penna.; married September
10, i860, Harriet Cora Townsend, born May 15, 1836, at
Meadville, Penna., removed to Allegheny, Penna., when
three years of age, where she lived until a few years after
her marriage. She has resided at Philadelphia for nine
years. Her husband was a prominent banker and expert
accountant, and filled responsible positions in Allegheny,
Kansas and Philadelphia. His character was strong, his
influence far reaching, and his fellow men relied upon his
REV. CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY, D. D., b. Dec. 20,
1861, at Allegheny, Penna.; m. first Clarissa Sidney
Guthrie, who d. 1890. He was graduated from the U.
S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., 1883; L. L. D. St.
John's College; in railroad service with the Missouri
Pacific and Union Pacific roads for several years; stud-
elseif (getClientWidth() > 430)
led theology under Bishop Worthington in Nebraska,
ordained deacon in 1889, priest in 1890; was rector of
Protestant Episcopal churches in Missouri and Color-
ado, archdeacon of Kansas until 1895 and archdeacon
of Pennsylvania until 1899; rector of St. Paul's
church, Overbrook, Philadelphia, from 1899 to 1902;
resigned his charge to engage in literary work. Dur-
ing the Spanish-American War ne was chaplain of the
Ist Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, is a member of
American Academy Political and Social Science: S.
A. R. Military Order of Foreign Wars. He is a member
of the Authors' Club (New York), University, Frank-
lin Inn (Philadelphia), and the Hamilton (Brooklyn).
As an author he is brilliant, and has contributed to
the literary world "For Love of Country", 1898, "For
the Freedom of the Sea", 1899, "The Grip of Honor",
1899, "Stephen Decatur", 1900, "Recollections of a
Missionary in the Great West", 1900, "Commodore
Paul Jones", 1900, "American Fights and Fighters",
1900, "Reuben James", 1900, "When Blades are Out
and Love's Afield", 1901, "Under Topsails and Tents",
1901, "Colonial Fights and Fighters", 1901, "Hohen-
zollern", 1902, "Border Fights and Fighters", 1902,
"The Southerners", 1903, "The Bishop", 1903, "A
Doctor of Philosophy", 1903, "Sir Henry Morgan —
Buccaneer", 1903, "In the War With Mexico", 1903,
"The Corner in Coffee", 1904, "A Little Traitor to the
South", 1904, "A Midshipman in the Pacific", 1904,
"The Records", 1904, "Indian Fights and Fighters",
1904, "The Two Captains", 1905, "Conquest of the
Southwest", 1905, "Three Daughters of the Confeder-
acy", 1905, "My Lady's Slipper", 1905, "True Andrew
Jackson", 1905, resides at Brooklyn, N. Y.
To Rev. Cyrus Townsend Brady, D. D., and Clarissa
Sidney Guthrie Brady were born three children:
i. CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY, Jr., b. June 23,
ii. SUSAN ELIZABETH BRADY, b. Sept. 8, 1888.
iii. SIDNEY GUTHRIE BRADY, b. May 20, 1890.
Rev. Cyrus Townsend Brady, D. D., m. secondly
To Rev. Cyrus Townsend Brady, D. D., and Mary Bar-
rett Bradyi were born three children:
i. MARGARET BARRETT BRADY, b. Jan. 17, 1892.
ii. KATHARINE MORTON BRADY, b. Feb. 22, 1894.
iii. ESMOND BARRETT BRADY, b. Jan. 28, 1900.
ii. JOSEPHINE HOWARD SEAL BRADY, b. Aug. 10. 1865,
iii. JASPER EWING BRADY, b. Sept. 12, 1867.
iv. FREDERICK NOBLE BRADY, b. Mar. 14, 1869, d. 1870.
V. SUE BRITTON BRADY, b. Dec. 17, 1870, at Leaven-
worth, Kan., m. Oct. 18, 1893, Letcher Lee Ashbrook,
t). Jan. 26, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo., where he lived be-
fore his marriage, and later removed to Manhattan,
Kan., where he now resides.
To Letcher Lee Ashbrook and Sue Britton Brady Ash-
brook were born two children:
i. LETCHER LEE ASHBROOK, b. Oct. 19, 1894.
ii. HARRIETT CORA ASHBROOK, b. Aug. 7, 1898.
vi. CORA TOWNSEND BRADY, b. Nov. 29, 1873, d. 1899.
vii. MARGARET MORTON BRADY, b. 1875, deceased.
XXXIX. George Keyports Bradyi (Jasper Ewing
Bradyi, John Bradyi, Mary Quigley Brady-, James Quig-
ley^) was born December g, 1839, at Chambersburg, Penna.,
died January 20, 1899, at Chicago, 111. ; married at Pitts-
burg, Penna., October 9, 1862, Henrietta Margaret Mur-
ray, bom July 21, 1839, at Allegheny, Penna., daughter of
John Murray and Harriett Beltzhoover Murray.
He responded to the first call for troops in 1861, enlisting
in Company B, 12th Pennsylvania Infantry, U. S. Volun-
teers, April 25, 1 86 1, and remained with the com-
pany until July 8th, when he accepted a com-
mission as first lieutenant, 14th Infantry, U. S. A.
his appointment dating from May 14, 1861. Dur-
ing the remainder of the year he was on duty at Fort Trum-
bull, Conn., and in January, 1862, joined his regiment at
Perryville, Md. With it he participated in the battles of the
Peninsular Campaign, Yorktown, Gaines Mills, White Oak
Swamp, Malvern Hill, Second Bull Run, Smoker's Gap,
Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Laurel Hill, Petersburg and
Weldoii Railroad. In the last named battle, while serving
as adj.utant general for the brigade, he was wounded, taken
prisoner and confined in Libby Prison. He was promoted
captain; June loth, 1864, and August 18, 1864, received a
brevet as major, U. S. A., for his gallantry in the battle at
the Weldon Railroad. He was paroled in September, 1864,
and went to New York City where he did good service in
the draft riot, and, as soon as exchanged, rejoined his regi-
ment at the front, and March i6th, 1865, received a brevet
as lieutenant colonel, U. S. A., for gallant and meritorious
services during the war.
In October of that year he went to the Pacific coast, and
from that time to the day of his retirement his record is that
of many a gallant officer.
He was transferred tO' the 23rd Infantry September 21,
1866; promoted to major, i8th Infantry, March i, 1886;
lieutenant colonel, 17th Infantry, March 19, 1891, and
August 16, 1894, was retired at his own request, after more
than thirty years continuous service.
i. HARRIETT MURRAY BRADY, b. Mar. 10, 1866, in Ari-
zona, d. Mar. 31, 1866.
ii. DR. MIFFLIN BROADHEAD BRADY, b. July 26, 1868,
in Idaho; m. Dec. 19, 1895, Harriett Venable, b. July
24, 1868, at Cincinnati, Ohio, daughter of William
Henry Venable, L. L. D., and Mary Vater Venable.
He took the scientific course at the "Chickering (Tlass-
ical and Scientific Institute" at Cincinnati, was grad-
uated in June 1885, won medal for first honors in
scientific course; was graduated from the Medical
College of Ohio, Mar. 6, 1890, served as one of
seven resident physicians selected by competitive
examination, in the Cincinnati Hospital from Apr. 10,
1890, to Apr. 10, 1891. He has been practicing medi-
cine in that city since he entered the profession.
To Dr. Mifflin Broadhead Brady and Harriett Venable
Brady were born two children:
i. HENRIETTA MARGARET BRADY, b. Feb. 21,
ii. MARNA VENABLE BRADY, b. Aug. 16, 1903.
,11. GEORGE MORTON BRADY, b. Dec. 29, 1869, d. Aug. 9,
1870, the first child of American parents born in Sitka
after Alaska was purchased from Russia.
XL. Charlotte Brady ^ (Jasper Ewing Brady*, John
Brady^, Mary Quigley Brady^, James Quigley^) was born
April 7, 1847, at Chambersburg, Penna.; married at Wash-
ington D. C, October 20, 1868, Franke Hermann Finchel^
born March 9, 1847, at Washington, died December 11,
1878, at Germantown, Penna., and is buried there, son of
Rev. Samuel De Vin Finckel and Harriett Keller Finckel.
Rev. Samuel De Vin Finckel, son of John Christian
Finckel and grandson of Dr. Philip Finkel, surgeon in Berks
county militia, 1777, was born at Jonestown, Lebanon Co.,
Penna., February 22, 181 1.
He commenced preparing for the ministry in 1825; was
a student at Gettysburg 1827, and 1832 was licensed to
preach at the Lutheran ministerium' convened at Womels-
dorf, Penna. He was ordained in 1833 and commissioned
pastor of the churches in Middletown and Greensburg,
Dauphin Co., Penna.
He removed to Washington, D. C, 1846, and for twenty-
three years was pastor of the German Evangelical church of
that city. At the same time he was employed as interpreter
and copyist in the Quartermaster Generals office, War De-
He resigned his German charge in 1869, and preached in
English in Memorial chapel for two years, until the infirmi-
ties of age overtook him. He died in Washington, D. C,
February 17, 1873. His life was one of incessant labor
and usefulness in church and state. His son, Franke Her-
mann Finckel, was in J3usiness in Germantown at the time of
his death, after which his widow removed to Washington,
D. C, and educated her children. They reside at Wash-
i. DE VIN FINCKEL, b. Oct. 18, 1869, d. Aug. 20, 1892.
ii. HELEN FINCKEL, b. Nov. 9, 1871.
iii. ALICE FINCKEL, b. Sept. 19, 1874.
iv. JANE MORTON FINCKEL, b. Jan. 31, 1877.
XLL William Perry Brady^ (Jasper Ewing Brady*,
John Brady3, Mary Quigley Brady^, James Ouigley^) was
born February 25, 1849, at Chambersburg, Penna. ; married,
at Burlington, Iowa, May 2t„ 1879, Lucy Denise Tracy,
He holds a position in the Rock Island Railroad system at
Davenport, Iowa, where he resides.
.. EDITH TRACY BRADY, b. May 24, 1880; m. June 5,
190i, Arthur Unnwood Rule, a lawyer residing at
Maaon Oity, Iowa. „ ^ « .
To Arthur Lynnwood Rule and Edith Tracy Brady Rule
was born one child:
i. EDITH BRADY RULE, b. Mar. 5, 1902.
XLIL Margaret Faber Brady^ (Jasper Ewing Brady\
John B^ady^ Mary Quigley Brady^, James Quigley^) was
bom July 20, 1852, at Pittsburg, Penna. ; married March
23, 1904, Dr .Swan Moses Burnett, a prominent ocuhst and
ear speciaHst in Washington, D. C, born March 16, 1847,
at Newmarket, Tenn., son of John Montgomery Burnett
and Lydia Ann Peck Burnett.
XLIII. James B. Piatt^ (Hannah Brady Piatt% John
Brady^ Mary Quigley Brady^ James Quigley^) was born
July ID, 1 82 1, in the White Deer Valley, Penna., died
February 17, 1888, at Tipton, Iowa; married January 8,
1846, Mary Ann Russell, born January 13, 182 1, died
August 13, 1890.
i. HERMON PIATT,
ii. RUSSELL PIATT.
iii. ANNIE W. PIATT,
iv. MARGARET PIATT.
V. WILLIAM PIATT.
XLIV Hermon Cline Piatt^ (Hannah Brady Piatt*,
John Brady^ Mary Quigley Brady% James Quigley^) was
born March 24, 1824 in the White Deer Valley Penna., died
November 18, 1888; married at La Porte, Ind., November
-? i8=;2, Margaret Eason. born January 23, 1827.
He lived in his native county for twenty-three years, was
graduated from Jefferson College in 1849, removed to In-
diana, taught school in the Academy at La Porte, went to
South Bend and read law with a prominent attorney, and
was admitted to the bar in October, 1852 In 1853 he took
his wife to Tipton, Cedar Co., Iowa, and continued m the
steady practice of law until two years before his death. He
was elected treasurer of Cedar county, and held the position
for almost six years, was president of the school board,
president of Cedar County Agricultural Society, and trustee
of Iowa College for the Blind. His principles strongly Demo-
<:ratic, and the county a Republican stronghold, his popu-
larity was shown when he was elected in 1887 to the legis-
lature as a representative of Cedar county. His religious
sentiments were Presbyterian. He was a member of the
blue lodge in Free Masonry, and is buried in the Masonic
cemetery at Tipton,
i. FINNETTIE PIATT, b. Apr. 8, 1855, m. July. 28, 1880,
Dr. Percival R. Pine, of Tipton, Iowa.
To Dr. Percival R. Pine and Finnettie Piatt Pine was.
born one cHild:
i. GENEVIEVE PIATT PINE, b. Sept. 19, 1882.
ii. MARY IRENE PIATT, b. Dec. 17, 1856; m. June 11,
1885, William E. Shipley, reside at Tipton, Iowa.
To William E. Shipley and Mary Irene Piatt Shipley
was born one child:
i. HERMON EVERETT SHIPLEY, b. Dec. 3, 1887.
iii. HERMON BRUCE PIATT, b. June 26, 1863, d. July
iv. WILLIAM BRADY PIATT, b. May 17, 1865; m. Apr. 1,
1885, Sarah M. Richards., reside at Tipton, Iowa.
To William Brady Piatt and S'arah M. Richards Piatt
was born one child:
i. HERMON CLINE PIATT, b. Dec. 24, 1892.
V. SARAH M. PIATT, b. Apr. 14, 1868, d. Feb. 23, 1869.
XLV. Abner Piatt^ (Hannah Brady Piatt*, John Brady^
Mary Quigley Brady^, James Quigley^) was born March
2y, 1827, in the White Deer Valley, Penna., died October
2'i^, 1901, at Chicago, 111.; married November 20, 1856,,
i. HAMMOND PIATT.
ii. HARRY PIATT,
iii. EMILY PIATT.
iv. ANNIE PIATT.
XLVI. McCall Piatt^ (Hannah Brady Piatt*, John
Brady^, Mary Quigley Brady^, James Quigley^) was born
August 4, 1829 in the White Deer Valley, Penna. ; married,
October 25, 1855, Margaret McCormick, bom February
He is a retired farmer and tanner and resides at Mont-
gomery, Penna., an honored citizen, a trusted friend, in his'
political views a Democrat, in religion a Presbyterian.
i. MARGARET ELIZABETH PIATT, b. Sept. 10, 1856, d..
Mar. 13, 1857.
ii. HANNAH BRADY PIATT, b. June 8, 1858; m. Max. ^,
1882, Y. S. Opp, reside at Muncy, Penna..
iii. LAURA PIATT, b. Mar. 25, 1860.
iv. JOHN W. PIATT, b. Oct. 29, 1863; m. May 30, 1889,
To Jobn W. Piatt and Sarah Foresman Piatt were bom
i. EDGAR LBROY PIATT, b. Dec. 15, 1889, d. Oct. 3,
• ii. MARY ELLEN PIATT, b. Nov. 9, 1891.
iii. MARGARET PIATT, b. Dec. 12, 1892.
V. ELIZABETH MAY PIATT, b. Oct. 5, 1865; m. Oct. 18,
1900, William E. Kilmer.
Ti. SARAH McOORMICK PIATT, b. Aug. 30, 1867, d. May
7, 1901; m. Jan. 11, 1893, John S. McRee.
To John S. McKee and Sarah McCormick Piatt McKee
■was born one child:
1. DOROTHEA McKEE, b. Dec. 20, 1895.
vii. JOSEPH M. PIATT, b. Jan. 16, 1870; m. Oct. 29, 1895,
To Joseph M. Piatt and Minerva Groff Piatt were born
i. MAC PIATT, b. Oct. 9, 1896.
ii. EMILY PIATT, b. Apr. 13, 1898.
iii. JAY WALDO PIATT, b. July 16, 1903.
XLVII. Elizabeth Piatt^ (Hannah Brady Piatt^ John
Brady^, Mary Quigley Brady-, James Quigley^) was born
April 30, 1836 in the White Deer Valley, Penna.,
died November 21, 1868, at Tipton, Cedar Co., Iowa,
and is buried there; married November 15, 1855, William
S. McCormick, bom 1832, in the White Deer Valley. They
lived in the Valley for some years and later removed to
Io\ya. After the death of his wife the husband returned to
his old home, where he has since resided. He is a Presby-
terian, and in politics a Democrat, by profession a farmer.
i. WILLIAM PIATT McCORMICK, b. 1856; m. Isabella
ii. MARGARET McCORMICK, b. 1859; m. John Russell.
iii. CHARLOTTE BRADY McCORMICK, b. 1861; m. Wil-
iv. SETH McCORMICK, b. 1863; m. Emma Trump.
v. HANNAH MARY McCORMICK, b. 1865; m. Horace G.
vi. HERMAN BRADY McCORMICK, b. 1868; m. Kate
XLVIII. Jasper Brady Stoughton^ (Jane Brady Stough-
ton*, John Brady ^, Mary Quigley Brady^, James Quigley^)
was born February 22, 1826, at Lewisburg, Penna., died
February 19, 1891, at Augusta, Ga., and is buried in th.e
cemetery there; married December i, 1858, Sarah Jane
Broadhurst, bom January 2^, 1836, at Augusta, Ga., and
resides at that place. He was a draughtsman and architect,
with a mind fully equippd with knowledge for his line of
business, able, upright, and affable, a typical American,
broad in his views, and held high in public favor. He hon-
ored and advanced every charitable enterprise, and was a
member of the Methodist church.
i. KATE LYNDALL STOUGHTON, b, Aug. 8, 1859, at Au-
gusta, Ga.; m. May, 7, 1884, Samuel Warwick Coons,
b. Feb. 21, 1856, near ScottvilLe, III., agent for the
Standard Oil Company^, stationed at Louisville, Ky.
To Samuel Warwick Coons and Kate Lyndall Stougbton
Coons were born seven children:
i. CLARANCE CROSBY COONS, b. Mar. 31, 1885,
d. June 26, 1885.
ii. HERBERT COONS, b. May 8, 1886, at Charles-
ton, S. C.
iii. ALBERTA COONS, b. Apr. 28, 1888, at Chatta-
iv. OSCAR COONS, b. May 13, 1890, at Chattanooga.
Tenn., d, Oct. 4, 1892.
V. LEONA COONS, b. Apr. 18, 1892, at Chattanooga,
vi. MYRTLE COONS, b. June 19, 1894, at Chatta-
vii. WARREN SAMUEL COONS', b. May 7. 1896, at
ii. EMMA STOUGHTON, b. July 14, 1861, at Augusta,
Iii. ORAN STOUGHTON, b. Feb. 9, 1863, at Augusta, Ga.,
d. Sept. 16, 1864.
iv. OS'CAR STOUGHTON, b. Mar. 7, 1865, at Augusta, Ga..
m. Nov. 20, 1898, Carobell Ratcliffe, b. Nov. 11, 1874.
He is secretary of the Enterprise Manufacturing Com-
pany, at Augusta.
To Oscar Stoughton and Carobell Ratcliffe Stoughton
were born two children:
i. OSCAR STOUGHTON, b. Jan. 10, 1900, at Au-
ii. MARSDEN STOUGHTON, b. 1902, at Augusta,
Ga., d. in infancy.
V. JASPER BRADY STOUGHTON, Jr., b. Aug. 11. 1867,
at Augusta, Ga., is a draughtsman by profession; m
June 16, 1897, Augusta G. Apel, b. Nov. 4, 1875, at
To Jasper Brady Stoughton, Jr., and Augusta G. Apel
Stoughton were born two children:
i. ROWLAND STOUGHTON. b. Jao. 24, 1898, at
Augusta, Ga., d. May 30, 1899.
ii. MINNIE APEa. STOUGHTON. to. Mar. 22, 1900,
at Augusta, Ga.
Ti. ROWLAND STOUGHTON, b. Sept. 5, 1869, at Au-
gusta, Ga., d. June 27, 1870.
vii. GEORGE STOUGHTON, b. Aug. 27, 1871. at Augusta,
Ga., d. July 19, 1873.
viii. ALICE STOUGHTON, b. Jan. 26, 1874, at Augusta ,Ga.;
m. Nov. 16, 1901, Samuel Franklin Ridlehcx)ver, b.
Dec. 4, 1870, in EMgefield Co., S. C, engineer and
superintendent of the Interstate Ice Company, at Au-
To Samuel Franklin Ridlehoover and Alice Stoughton
Ridlehoover was born one child:
i. SAMUEL FRANKLIN RIDLEHOOVER, Jr., b.
Feb. 4, 1903, at Augusta, Ga.
XLIX. Catharine Ann Stoughton^ (Jane Brady Stough-
ton"*, John Brady^, Mary Quigley Brady-, James Quigley^)
was born November 14, 1827, at Lewisburg, Penna., died
October 24, 1870; married January 27, 1846, Stephen Flan-
igan Lyndall, born December 7, 1812, at Philadelphia,
Penna., died May 12, 1856, at Lewisburg, where he was a
merchant, and held in the highest esteem by citizens and
friends. He and his wife were members of the Presbyterian
church. She was a strong sincere character, with the no-
blest aspirations, and cultured taste in everything pertaining
to her home, a devoted mother and wife. With her husband,
she is buried at Lewisburg.
i. JASPER BRADY LYNDALL, b. Nov. 13, 1846, d. May
ii. KATE LYNDALL, b. Jan. 5, 1849, d. Mar. 11, 1900; m.
Apr. 4, 1876, James Biddle Forrest, b. Oct. 5. 1845,
son of George Washington Forrest and Sarah Ann
Hartman Forrest, connected with the Union National
Bank at Lewisburg, Penna., where he resides with
his daughter, members of the Presbyterian church.
To James Biddle Forrest and Kate Lyndall Forrest
were born two children:
i. GEORGE W. FORREST, b. Feb. 23, 1878, d. July
ii. HELEN MARR FORREST, b. Sept. 30, 1880.
iii. CLARA GEDDES LYNDALL, b. Apr. 5, 1851; m. Apr.
5, 1876, Frederick Moyer Furey, b. Dec. 31, 1847, at
Potter's Mill, Centre Co., Penna., served one year
and a half in the Civil War, is a Republican in poli-
tics and is engaged in the baggage transfer business
at ban Francisco, Cal., where he and his family re-
side, members of the Presbyterian church.
To Frederick Moyer Furey and Clara Geddes Lyndall
Furey were lK)rn four children:
i. HETTIE MOYER FUREY, b. Apr. 10, 1877; m.
Oct. 14, 1899, ð A. Hollis.
To Seth A. Hollis and Hettie Moyer Furey Hollis
were born two cbildren:
i. LYNDALL HOLLIS, b. Sept. 18, 19.01.
ii. ROBERT ALDEN HOLLIS, b. Dec. 9, 1904.
ii. HARRY LYNDALL FUREY, b. July 20, 1878, d.
Mar. 21, 1892.
iii. MARGARET BRADY FUREY, b. Oct. 7, 1880.
iv. ZORAH IRWIN FUREY, b. July 20, 1883.
iv. HENRY WARD BEBCHER LYNDALL, b. May 16,
1854, d. Jan. 29, 1890, by profession a journalist; m.
June 7, 1882, Margaret Matilda Barnard, b. Apr. 26,
1863, daughter of Daniel Paddock Barnard and Annie
Matilda Cross Barnard.
To Henry Ward Beecher Lyndall and Margaret Matilda
Barnard Lyndall were born three children:
i .SARAH BARNARD LYNDALL, b. Mar. 8, 1883,
d. Apr. 17, 1890.
ii. HENRY WARD LYNDALL, b. Mar. 8, 1886.
iii. JOHN NESSLE LYNDALL, b. Oct. 2, 1887.
L. Captain Evan Rice Evans Brady ^ (Colonel Hugh
Brady^, William Penn Brady^, Mary Ouigley Brady^, James
Quigley^) was born March i6, 1823, at Indiana, Penna. ;
married January 28, 1845, Frances A. McGee. He was
captain, of Company K, nth Pennsylvania Reserves, a brave
soldier, a loyal patriot, killed at South Mountain, September
14, 1862, while gallantly defending his country.
i. SARAH GRACE BRADY, b. Oct. 17, 1850, d. Sept. 28,
LI. Elizabeth Shippen Brady ^ (Colonel Hugh Brady*,
William Penn Brady^, Mary Quigley Brady-, James Quig-
ley^) was born December 25, 1825, at Indiana, Penna., died
April 5, 1905, at Brookville, Penna.; married June 30,
1846, Andrew Craig, born February 2t„ 1820, died July 25,,
1 901, captain of Pennsylvania militia 1850- 1860, an influen-
tial citizen, a valued friend, resided at Brookville.
i. FRANCES JANE CRAIG, b. Mar. 21, 1848, d. July 27,
ii. HUGH BRADY CRAIG, b. July 18, 1851; m. S'ept. 26,
1871, Kate D. Bennett, reside at Brookville, Penna.
To Hugh Brady Craig and Kate D. Bennett Craig were
born two children:
i. BENJAMIN C. CRAIG, b. Aug. 8, 1872; m. Oct.
16, 1898, Theona Smith.
ii. EDNA CRAIO, b. Oct. 30, 1875.
li. SARAH FRANCES CRAIG, b. July 21, 1854; m. June
24, 1874, Victor A. Haines.
To Victor A. Haines and Sarah Frances Craig Haines
were born six children:
i. CLAUDE R. HAINES, b. Dec. 21, 1875; m. June
16, 1897, Liada Hulings.
To Claude R. Haines and Liada Hulings Haines
were born three children:
i. MABEL GERTRUDE HAINES, b. Apr. 21,
ii. MARGARET RUTH HAINES, b. June 28,
iii SARAH EMMA HAINES, b. Nov. 11, 1903.
ii. LAURA A. HAINES, b. Dec. 15, 1879; m. June
21, 1899, Edward Shoffstall.
To Edward Shoffstall and Laura A. Haines Shoff-
stall was born one child: ^ ^ ,, oo -.nAA
i SARAH E. SHOFFSTALL, b. Mar. 22, 1900.
iii. CHARLES A. HAINES, b. Feb. 21, 1883; m. June
10, 1903, Cora Brady,
iv EVAN A. HAINES, b. July 8, 1886.
V.' BENJAMIN G. HAINES, b. Feb. 3, 1892
vi. ELIZABETH A. HAINES, b. Sept. 28, 1895.
iv ALICE G. CRAIG, b. May 4, 1857.
V. LAURA GRACE CRAIG, b. Oct. 23, 1860; m. June 6,
1883, Joseph W. Smith.
To Joseph W. Smith and Laura Grace Craig Smith
were born three children:
i BRADY C. SMITH, b. May 26, 1884.
ii FLORENCE L. SMITH, b. June 1, 1895.
iii. RUTH A. SMITH, b. Feb .19. 1899.
vi. EVAN RICE EVANS CRAIG, b. Apr. 25, 1864; m. June
20, 1889, Carrie Fink.
To Evan Rice Evans Craig and Carrie Fink Craig were
born three children: .^ v. t^ oo ibqi
i RUTH ELIZABETH CRAIG, b. Dec. 28, 1891.
ii DA.VID F. CRAIG, b. Feb. 24, 1893.
iii'. BEATRICE H. CRAIG, b. Oct. 26, 1896.
LII Jane Elizabeth Cooper^ (Mary Brady Cooper^ Wil-
liam Penn Brady^ Mary Qtiigley Brady^ James Quigley )
was born June 5, 1822, died August 22, 1899, at I^ng
Mont Col.; married November 28, 1841, Joseph B. Bar-
clay M. D., born March 19, 1819, in Northampton Co.,
Penna., died September 2-], 1896, at Long Mont, Col. He
was a physician of unusual ability, remarkable m cases re-
quiring skillful treatment, and attractive in personality,
with a wife who gave him and his profession the untiring:
devotion of a noble woman.
i. JOHN MORGAN BARCLAY, b. Sept. 26, 1842. at
Punxsutawney, Penna., killed near Richmond, Va.,
June 27, 1862, unmarried,
ii. FRANCES E. BARCLAY, b. Jan. 14, 1844, d. 1847.
iii. HELEN BARCLAY, b. Sept. 25, 1846; m. 1884, William
To William Barney and Helen Barclay Barney were
bom two children:
i. JENNIE BARNEY, d. young,
ii. RALPH BARNEY, b. Apr. 2, 1887.
Iv. MARY EMMA BARCLAY, b. May 13, 1849, at Carmich-
ales, Penna.; m. Aug. 9, 1867, William R. Norcross
and reside at Greeley, Col., where they are members
of the Unitarian church.
To William R. Norcross and Mary Emma Barclay Nor-
cross were born fi(ve children:
i. GRACE NORCROSS', b. May 15, 1868, at Browns-
ville, Penna.; m. Aug. 6, 1887, U. M. Henderson
of Ohio, a banker. To U. M. Henderson and
Grace Norcross Henderson was born one son:
i. JOHN WALLACE HENDERSON, b. July
ii. KATHARINE NORCROSS, b. June 20, 1872, at
Greeley, Col.; m. Nov. 2, 1892, Edward Morse
Gale, a banker of Birmingham, Mass. To Ed-