Here is the first part where I visited Bremond, Texas where my paternal great great grandparents
(John Mabe Autrey 1828-unknown, Dianacy "Dicy" Wallace 1829-1925) may have lived between 1880-1900.
|Mrs. McFadden 2354 Graham Terrace, Cleveland|
|Mrs. McFadden and I went to town. We went to Kaufman's and |
goods for Ruth a dress, got matierial for Dan a Ribbi (?). These
went to Davis then got lunch then went to Grand (?) at Curley's so
it was late when we got home.
|Started for Pittsburg 20 minutes to 1. Got to Wilkensburg in 7 hrs. Went|
to Curleys. Dan and Father Nevin and Mrs. McFadden and Al and
Catherine, Ed and a few others were there. Mrs. Curley Made everybody eat.
|Went to Annie's and also to Minnie's in evening. |
The young met at Annie's to see Dan. As he was
leaving on Wed. We went several places as Dan
had a few calls to make. July 1st Mrs. McFadden,
Mrs Hazel and I went to Monongahela. Joe took us up.
Went to see Mrs. Drinkwater. Went to see Bessi Adams
then went to see Valkers.
|I hereby report that the name of Alice McFadden, who was a pensioner...was last|
paid $8.00 to Dec. 4, 1885, has been dropped because of information that pensioner
died January 17, 1886.
|I hereby report that the name of Edward McFadden, who was a pensioner...|
and who was last paid at $12.00 to Dec 4, 1887 has been dropped because of
failure to claim pension.
|Washington County, Pennsylvania Old Men's Home|
|1900 US Census, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania pg. 210, Micheal Curley household.|
|1910 US Census, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania pg. 9B, Kate Curley household, Merrimack Street.|
|1920 US Census, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania sheet 5B, Catherine Curley household, Merrimack Street.|
|1930 US Census, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania sheet 16A, Mary Keady household, Merrimack Street.|
|S.S. Teutonic date unknown|
|Passenger List, S.S. Teutonic, from Queenstown 12 October 1905 to Port of New York 19 October 1905.|