Location: Fayette County PA

Biography of Miss Isa Allene Greene

Miss Isa Allene Greene grew up in Bourbon County, Kansas, and in that section taught her first school. Through her work she had become one of Kansas’ noted educators. She had proved herself a real teacher. She possesses the ability, rare as it is in any time or generation and rare even in these modern times when so much emphasis is placed upon it, of vitalizing and inspiring the intellectual activities of those under her charge, and all her work had been characterized by a depth of sympathy and understanding which is more necessary in any rational scheme of education

Elva Lorena Todd Burhams of Dunbar PA

BURHAMS, Elva Lorena Todd9, (Seth H.8, Isaac7, Moses6, Hezekiah5, Caleb4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Feb. 21, 1861, in Wakeman, Ohio, married Aug 28, 1881, James Mott Burhams, who was born Aug. 31, 1855, in Wakeman, O. She attended Oberlin College. They are now (1916) living in Dunbar, Penn., where he is engaged in the undertaking business. Child: I. James Todd, b. June 26, 1885, in Wakeman, O., m. June 11, 1910, Effie A. Bernhardt, of Uniontown, Penn., where she was b. March 29, 1885; they are now (1916) living in Van Nuyes, Cal., on a chicken ranch. They had issue:

Fayette County, Pennsylvania Census Records

1790 Fayette County, Pennsylvania Census Records Free 1790 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – Ancestry Free Trial  Hosted at USGenWeb Census Project Index, 1 of 3 Index, 2 of 3 Index, 3 of 3 Index by Township, 1 of 3 Index by Township, 2 of 3 Index by Township, 3 of 3 Townships, 1 of 13 Franklin Townships, 2 of 13 German Townships, 3 of 13 Georges Townships, 4 of 13 Luzerne Townships, 5 of 13 Menallen Townships, 6 of 13 Redstone Townships, 7 of 13 Saltlick Townships, 8 of 13 Springhill Townships, 9 of 13 Tyrone

Fayette County, Pennsylvania Cemetery Records

Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Cemeteries hosted at Fayette County PAGenWeb Project (transcriptions and photos) Ache Farm Cemetery Acklin Cemetery Allen Farm Cemetery Associate Reformed Cemetery Baker Family Cemetery Ball Cemetery Batton Cemetery Beaver Creek Cemetery Bethel Church of Christ Cemetery Bethel Memorial Park Bice Farm Bidwell Cemetery Bigham Cemetery Bird / Burd Cemetery Blacksmith Cemetery #6 Blosser Cagey Cemetery Boal Family Bowell Jones Cemetery Bowman Flatwoods Cemetery Boyd Family Boyd Mitchell Family Braddock Grave Breading Family Brick Church

Biography of Joseph Schoewaiter Smith

Joseph Schoewaiter Smith, was born in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, June 20, 1824. His ancestors at an early day emigrated from England and Wales and settled in New Jersey and their descendants are now scattered all over the United States. At the age of eight years he accompanied his parents to Clermont County, Ohio, and three years later to Vermilion County, Indiana. He received such education as a farmer’s boy of ambition could receive at that day in a pioneer neighborhood. During the summer he worked on the farm and in the winter attended such schools as the county afforded. He