|Pittsburgh Monday 14, 1927|
A gas tank explosion about 20 minutes to 9. Lots of damage done and people killed. The whole city shook, glass broke every where. Our house shook. I didn't know what had happened. I was in laundry washing.
Edward McFadden - 56 - day laborer - (birthplace) Ireland
Alice - 56 - (birthplace) Ireland
John - 18 - day laborer - (birthplace) Ireland
Dennis -16 - day laborer - (birthplace) Ireland
Peter McAndre - 30 - day laborer - (birthplace) Ireland
William Ocallaghan - 38 - teacher - - (birthplace) Ireland
|The parents of Dennis are not named but are listed as "residents of the State of Ohio"|
|States Dennis had live in the US for 67 uninterrupted years at "Coal Center, Roscoe, Monongahela & Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania). Also lived in State of Ohio."|
|Allegheny County, Pennsylvania-1924|
Washington County, Pennsylvania, “marriage license no. 133,” Dennis McFadden-Lizzie Newland, 18 February 1886; digital images, Family Search ( : accessed 8 February 2013).; Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, death certificate no. 11973 (1924), Dennis C. McFadden; Department of Health, Pennsylvania
|Newark Daily Advocate, Newark, Ohio, 7 June 1898|
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Schildhauer of Buckingham street, a twelve-pound baby boy.
|Newark Daily Advocate, Newark, Ohio, 12 Jan 1900|
The little child of Mr. Herman Schildhauer is quite sick at 349 Buckingham street.
|Newark Daily Advocate, Newark, Ohio, 23 Feb 1901|
Otto, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schildhauer is very sick at the home on Buckingham street.
Otto, thee little son of Mr. Herman Schildhauer, the well known B & O machinist residing at 348 Buckingham street started to the well a morning or two ago, with a cup for the purpose of getting a drink of water. As he was going to the well he slipped and fell cutting his arm entirely across the left wrist. The wound had to be sewed up, but the little fellow is doing well as could be expected at this writing.
So far, I have not located any titles of movies he may have been involved with.
Mrs. Schildhauer, of State Ave. NE, returned Sunday from Hollywood, where she spend the past year with her son, Otto Schildhauer.
Miss Mae Breninghouse who has been spending three months with Mr. and Mrs. William Casack of 1st st. ext... NE, left Tuesday morning for her home in Hollywood, Cal., accompanied by Mrs. Margaret Schildhauer, of State ave. NE, who will be the guest of her son Otto Schildhauer.
Otto Schildhauer of Hollywood, Cal. formerly of Massillon, arrived Sunday evening, having been called here by the serious illness of his sister, Mrs. Glenn H. Krishner, of 313 State ave, NE.
Mrs. Margaret Schildhauer, of State ave, NE and Miss Mae Breninghouse of 1st st, NE ext. left today to spend the remainder of the winter in Hollywood, Cal. Mrs. Schildhauer will be a guest of her son, Otto Schildhauer while there.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Drouhard and daughter, Pauline, of 2nd st. SW, and Mrs. H. Schildhauer of State ave, NE will leave Thursday at noon by motor for a two months trip to Hollywood, Cal, where the will visit Mrs. Schildhauer's son Otto Schildhauer, formerly of Massillon.
|Clipping 1: Charles, 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McFadden is very ill with catarrhal fever.|
Clipping 2: Charlie McFadden died yesterday
morning. The little fellow suffered
awfully during the last few days of
his illness. Catarrhal fever, followed
by pneumonia and spinal trouble,
made his case a difficult one to treat.
He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
McFadden and was ten years of age.
|11-17 April 1976|
|Harry and Arlie Neuland-65th wedding anniversary 1962|
|Roxie Anna-date unknown|
|Roxie Anna with my grandfather Clyde Lee Webb|
|Roxie with my mother|
|Roxie in the 1940s|
|Visiting Happy Hollow amusement park in Hot Springs, Arkansas|
Roxie-standing on left
Anne E. Reynolds-Theron's wife-far right
Sitting woman and child-unknown
|Widows Pension Application|
|Dicy WALLACE Autrey late in life|
Possibly a post-mortem picture?
|Sister Donata with two unknown people|
This was taken just for you.
"Me" Aunt Kate Marie Dolora (Ann Legnard)
(1) Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Births [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2001.
(2)1850 U. S. census, Union Parish, Louisiana, population schedule, p. 791 (written), dwelling 706, family 706, Absalom Autrey; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 11 April 2013); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432 roll 241.
(3)"Louisiana, Marriages, 1816-1906," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F4C2-Z5T : accessed 21 Apr 2013), John Autry and Dianacy Wallace, 03 Oct 1851.
 1860 U. S. census, Union Parish, Louisiana, population schedule, p. 25 (written), dwelling 154, family 154, Jno Autry; digital, image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 11 April 2013); citing National Archives microfilm publication, M653, roll 426.Ancestry.com. Arkansas, Confederate Pension Records, 1891-1935 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.
 1870 U. S. census, Union Parish, Louisiana, population schedule, p. 42 (written), dwelling 319, family 319, John Autry; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 11 April 2013); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 534.
 1880 U. S. census, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, population schedule, p. 59 (written), dwelling 488, family 501, J. H. Sample; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 11 April 2013); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 456.
 1900 U. S. census, Liberty County, Texas, pop. sch., p. 237 A (stamped), dwell. 252, fam. 252, Dianacy Autrey. digital image, Ancestry.com (http:www.ancestry.com: accessed 11 April 2013); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623.
|Application for Headstone or Marker|
|Application for Pension|
|Arkansas Death Index|