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Ulysses 'Grant' Rose


Ulysses "Grant" Rose was born on June 16, 1865, in Normalville, Fayette County, PA, the son of Andrew J. and Susanna (Minerd) Rose Sr.

On Dec. 8, 1890, when Grant was age 25, he married 19-year-old Hattie Margaret "Maggie" Trout (1871-1961). Hattie was the daughter of David and Anna Mary Trout of West Overton, Westmoreland County, PA. The ceremony was held in or near Scottdale, Westmoreland County, and performed by justice of the peace Joseph K. Eicher. 

At the time of marriage, Grant's employment was as a coal hauler, and he could not write his own name, instead signing the marriage license with an "X." Hattie's occupation was listed as "kitchen work."

They bore at least five children -- Anna E. Lawver, Aldora Brinker, Evelyn Albright, Elmer W. Rose and Bessie May Fligger Wilson and perhaps five others who died young.



Nearby West Overton -- birthplace of coke/steel giant Henry Clay Frick and home of the famed Old Overholt Distillery.


The Roses lived in a number of places in Westmoreland County, PA, including West Overton, Mount Pleasant and Youngwood. In 1894, while in West Overton, the Connellsville Courier reported that Grant "got his leg mashed in the mine…," but eventually recovered.

The federal census of 1900 shows the family in East Huntingdon Township, near Greensburg, Westmoreland County. That year, Grant was employed as a driver in a local coal mine. The census taker accidentally spelled their family name "Rhodes." 


Typical Connellsville region coal mine 
operation of the early 1900s

By 1910, the Roses had moved to a new residence on Spruce Street in Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland County. The 1910 census shows Grant working as a street laborer. Judging from the record, Maggie may have lost three more babies during the previous decade. 

West Overton was home to a well known local landmark that the Roses would have easily recognized -- the old homestead of the Abraham Overholt family. On this property, in 1849, an Overholt baby was born in a converted springhouse -- Henry Clay Frick, who went on to become a coal and coke industrialist of immense influence and wealth, with his company becoming part of the United States Steel empire. Also on this acreage was the famed Overholt Distillery that produced the famed Old Overholt whiskey.

The Roses moved again during the 1910s, most likely for Grant to find work in a local coal mine. In 1914-1920, they made their home in Connellsville, Fayette County, with Grant's occupation shown in the census record as coal mine laborer. 

The 1930 census lists the family in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County. Grant worked as a farm laborer. Living next door were married son Elmer and his wife and sons, and married daughter Bessie and her husband Samuel Fligger and family.

Grant was afflicted with angina pectoris and died at home at Foxtown, near Youngwood, at the age of 77 on Oct. 13, 1936. He was laid to rest in Normalville Cemetery.

In her elderly years, Maggie resided in the home of her son Elmer in New Stanton, Westmoreland County. She died there at the age of 90 on or about Sept. 25, 1961. A brief obituary was printed in the Daily Courier. At the time she had produced some 14 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren.


Youngwood's Depot Street



~ Daughter Bessie May (Rose) Fligger Wilson ~


Daughter Bessie May Rose (1891- ? ) was born in 1891.

Circa 1911, she made her home in Springfield Township, Fayette County.

At the age of 20, on Sept. 12, 1911, married 23-year-old Samuel L. Fligger (or "Fliger") (March 9, 1884-1949), the son of David and Margaret (Shawley) Fligger of Donegal Township, Westmoreland County, PA. The ceremony was performed by justice of the peace J.H. Campbell in Donegal. 

They resided in Youngwood and produced a family of four known children - George "Edmund" Fligger, James W. Fligger, Miles W. Fligger and Alberta Goff. 

The 1930 census shows Samuel employed as a section hand on the railroad in the Youngwood area. Their residence in the late 1940s was nearby Hunker, PA, where he earned a living as a farmer.

Samuel in later life was burdened with hardening of the arteries. He was admitted to Torrance State Hospital, where he spent a year before death spirited him away, at age 65, on Oct. 31, 1949. The remains were laid to rest in Stone Church Cemetery, with the funeral led by the hand of Rev. Charles T. Schlotter. An obituary was published in the Connellsville Daily Courier.

Bessie later wed Grant Wilson ( ? -1958).  He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War I, serving with the 155th Depot Brigade. They dwelled in Youngwood.

Sadly, Grant died at the age of 67, as a patient in Westmoreland Hospital, on or about June 24, 1958. Rev. William Denny led the funeral, with burial of the remains in Waynesburg, Greene County, PA. His obituary appeared in the Connellsville Daily Courier

Having outlived both of her husbands, Bessie spent her final years in Hunker. She died at home at the age of 69 on Feb. 20, 1960. Her remains were laid to rest in Brown Cemetery in Acme, PA.

Son George "Edmund" Fligger (1915- ? ) was born in 1915. He resided in Trenton, NJ as of 1958.


Miles Fligger received the Purple Heart
Miles W. Fligger (1921-2003) was born in 1921. He entered into marriage with Stella ( ? - ? ). Their one known daughter was Carol Lee Fligger. The young family resided at Standard Shaft near Mount Pleasant. Miles joined the U.S. Army during World War II on Sept. 18, 1943. He was assigned to the Seventh Army, 63rd Infantry Division, and attained the rank of staff sergeant. He was deployed to Europe in October 1944 and, as a combat infantryman, saw action in Germany and France. He was wounded in Germany in the spring of 1945 and treated at a hospital in France. The news was reported in the Connellsville Daily Courier. For this he was awarded a Purple Heart medal. He relocated to Lockport, NY and was joined in wedlock with Stella Baradzieg ( ? - ? ). The couple's two offspring were Carole Proud and Jeffrey Fligger. Said the Lockport Union Sun & Journal, "worked in Production at Delphi Harrison for 24 years, retiring April 1, 1980. Miles belonged to the Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars,... and the 686 United Auto Workers Retirees." Sadly, Miles passed away on Aug. 3, 2003, less than three months after his brother James. His mass of Christian burial was conducted at St. John the Baptist Church in Lockport, followed by interment in Acacia Park Cemetery. His old hometown newspaper, the Greensburg (PA) Tribune-Review, printed an obituary.

  • Granddaughter Carole Fligger married John Proud. They put down roots in Cortland, NY.
  • Grandson Jeffrey Fligger wed Karen. They remained in Lockport.

Daughter Alberta Fligger (1924- ? ) was born in 1924. She was twice-wed. Her first spouse was (?) Sipe ( ? - ? ). She lived in Hunker as of 1949. In time she again was joined in wedlock with (?) Goff ( ? - ? ). She relocated to Arizona and in 1958 made her home in Phoenix. By 1960, she migrated again to California, residing in San Diego. She was still in the Golden State circa 2003.  

Son James Walter Fligger (1930-2003) was born on or about May 11, 1930 in Hunker, PA. Evidence suggests that he was married twice. His first bride was Naomi C. Gross ( ? -1999) of Westmoreland County. They became the parents of Kathleen A. Pratz, Samuel Fligger and James W. Fligger Jr. At some point they relocated to Lockport, NY. There, he was employed by the Highway and Parks Department of the City of Lockport, said the Lockport (NY) Union Sun & Journal. Naomi made a living as a cook at Travelers Motor Inn and through her work for Lockport Canning Company. The couple eventually divorced. Naomi moved to Newfane, NY and wed Roger A. Bowler ( ? - ? ). James' second wife was Joanne F. (Jex) Murphy (Feb. 17, 1941-2021), daughter of Nelson and Loraine (Wilcos) Jex of Lockport. Joanne also appears to have been married previously and to have brought these seven children into the marriage with James -- Patrick Murphy, Marian Sharpe, Robert Murphy, Deborah Dolinski, Tammy Wallace, Sheryl Money and Raymond Murphy. Sadly, James died on May 14, 2003. Joanna survived as a widow for another 18 years. She succumbed to the spectre of death on Feb. 1, 2021. Former wife Naomi died in Newfane Inter-Community Memorial Hospital at age 67 on June 16, 1999, with an obituary appearing in the Buffalo News. Her remains were transported back to Westmoreland County for interment.

  • Granddaughter Kathleen A. Fligger (1951-2020) was born on Aug. 28, 1951 in Greensburg. She relocated with her parents to Lockport, NY. She was united in matrimony with Robert E. Pratz ( ? - ? ). Their union endured the ups and downs of 47 years. Four children born to the pair were Tina Clark, Christina Pratz, Robert J. Pratz and Heidi Pratz. Kathleen earned a living over the years as a certified nursing assistant with Newfane Rehabilitation Center. In her free time she enjoyed watching John Wayne films and collecting Betty Boop memorabilia.  Sadness cascaded over the family when, at age 69, Kathleen died in St. Mary's Hospital on May 1, 2020. Her obituary was published in the Lockport Union-Sun & Journal.

    Great-granddaughter Tina Pratz married Ronald Clark.

    Great-granddaughter Christina Pratz was a companion of Keith Redding.

    Great-grandson Robert J. Pratz kept company with Kathleen Dubois.

    Great-granddaughter Heidi Pratz was a companion of William Owen.

  • Grandson Samuel Fligger wed Denise. He may be the same man who has been employed in Amherst, NY by Premier Wine and Spirits.
  • Grandson James W. Fligger Jr. ( ? - ? ) dwelled in Lockport and then in Niagara Falls' Midtown Inn. He is a registered sex offender and was sent to state prison in 2010 after failing to provide police with a new address which was within 1,500 feet of an elementary school.

~ Daughter Aldora (Rose) Brinker ~

Daughter Aldora "Dory" Rose (1891-1914) was born on Aug. 31, 1891 in West Newton, Westmoreland County, PA. 

Two days before Christmas 1911, at the age of 19, Aldora wed 32-year-old Samuel Brinker (1879-1953), son of John and Elizabeth (Whipkey) Brinker of Normalville, Fayette County. The ceremony was held at the home of Elizabeth Brooks in Springfield Township, officiated by justice of the peace A.G.C. Sherbondy. Samuel was employed as a laborer at the time.

The Brinkers made their home in Normalville.

At the age of 22, in the dead of winter of 1914, and after just two years of marriage, Aldora contracted a fatal case of typhoid fever. She was treated for two days by Dr. D.D. Brooks of Normalville, and died on Feb. 16, 1914. Burial was local, and presumed to be in the Normalville Cemetery.

Samuel remained in Normalville for many years. He apparently married again and his children included Woodrow Brinker, Betty Miller, Barry Brinker and Ruth Brinker.

On New Year's Day 1951, Samuel was hospitalized when crushed by a collapse of stone and slate while digging in an old trip mine on Jan. 1, 1951. Circa December 1953, he resided with Leslie Whipkey.

At the age of 74, on Dec. 11, 1953, Samuel tragically was killed in a hit-and-run accident along Route 711 near Normalville. A motorist from Mill Run struck Samuel in the dark of early evening, causing "partial decapitation, skull fracture and multiple fractures of the body," reported the Daily Courier. The driver's vehicle was so badly damaged that the engine stopped, with the car continuing under its own power for two miles. Said the Courier, "The radiator was smashed, a fender torn and the wheels damaged." His was the 31st motor vehicle fatality of the year in the county. His broken remains were placed into eternal rest at Normalville Cemetery, with Rev. E.J. Hatchner officiating.


~ Son Elmer Wilson Rose ~

Son Elmer Wilson Rose (1898-1972) was born on March 29, 1898, in West Overton, Westmoreland County. 

On June 16, 1923, when he was 25 years of age, Elmer married Hazel Amelia Yauger (1898-1985). The wedding was held in Connellsville.

The Roses produced two sons -- Evert Rose Sr. and Wilbert Lawrence Rose. 

Circa 1930, Elmer was employed as a cutter in a valve works. Later, he worked for the Lenox Crystal Co. in Mt. Pleasant and as an auxiliary policeman for the Robertshaw Corporation. 


Robertshaw plant in Youngwood


In her later years, Elmer's mother resided in their home in New Stanton, and died there at the age of 90 in 1961. By the early 1970s, the Roses lived at 314 Vine Street in South Connellsville. 

Elmer died on May 10, 1972, and is buried in Mount Tabor Cemetery. He was survived by six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. 

Hazel lived as a widow for another 13 years. She died on April 26, 1985.

Son Evert R. Rose Sr. (1924-2013) was born on June 29, 1924 in Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland County. He was married twice. His first bride was Corenia S. Roberts (June 13, 1934-2021), daughter of Peter and Harriet (Hammons) Roberts of Little Falls, Monongalia County, WV. She is believed to have brought a son to the marriage, Robert Rose. Together, the couple produced five daughters -- Victoria Ruby, Sherry Murphy, Deborah Steffan, Gloria Fullem and Bonnie Beagent. The couple eventually divorced. Later, he married Virginia Lee Browning (1947-2015), daughter of Ralph and Lorena (Ferne) Browning of Connellsville. They dwelled in Vanderbilt, Fayette County and bore four more children of their own -- April Rose, Terry Rose, Evert Rose Jr. and Jessie Fay Adams. During World War II, Evert served in the U.S. Army. He was employed as a glass cutter with Bryce Bros. in Mt. Pleasant. He also "was known for how well he played the guitar and shared his skills by playing in many country music bands," reported the Connellsville Daily Courier. Evert passed away at age 88 on March 15, 2013 in Connellsville's Highlands Hospital. His remains were placed into eternal repose in Mt. Tabor Cemetery, following funeral services led by Rev. Glen Wills. As a widow, Virginia "was a social member of the DL and V Fire Department," reported the Daily Courier. "She also enjoyed going to bingo, yard sales, flea markets and family parties." Virginia passed away at home at the age of 67 on Sept. 16, 2015. Pastor Lee Maley -- a distant cousin of her husband's of the family of Martha (Mayle) Mayle of Philippi, WV -- officiated at the funeral, followed by burial in Green Ridge Memorial Park. Former wife Corenia did not remarry but rather was a companion for 26 years with Franklin D. Menefee ( ? - ? ). His three sons became part of her family -- John Menefee, Steven Menefee and Eric Menefee. She dwelled in Upper Tyrone Township near Connellsville and supported herself as a nurse's aide in the field of homecare. She enjoyed attending services at New Beginnings Church of God of Propecy in Everson. In her free time, she liked to play bingo, eat buffalo wings and pizza, root for the San Francisco 49'ers football team, and watch Gunsmoke reruns and World Wrestling Entertainment matches on television and Chuck Norris films. On Jan. 17, 2021, as a patient in Excela Health Frick Hospital in her hometown, she passed away at the age of 86. She was survived by 28 grandchildren and "numerous" great-grandchildren. Pastor Randy Winemiller led the funeral service, with interment in Dickerson Run Union Cemetery.

  • Step-grandson Robert Rose was joined in wedlock with Sandra. They have lived in Connellsville and Mount Pleasant.
  • Granddaughter Virginia Rose wed Jacob Ruby and lived in Connellsville.
  • Granddaughter Sherry Rose wed Earl Murphy and resided in Everson and Scottdale.
  • Granddaughter Deborah Rose was united in marriage with Richard Stefan. They have dwelled in Scottdale.
  • Granddaughter Gloria Rose married (?) Fullem.
  • Granddaughter Bonnie Rose was wedded to (?) Beagent.
  • Granddaughter April Rose maintained a residence in Vanderbilt.
  • Grandson Evert Rose Jr. resided in Vanderbilt.
  • Grandson Terry Rose lived in Vanderbilt.
  • Step-granddaughter Jessie Fay married (?) Adams.

Son Wilbert Lawrence Rose (1927-2008) was born on Dec. 15, 1927 in Hunker, Westmoreland County. He attended Ligonier Valley High School but left in his senior year to work in a defense plant. His residence in 1950 was in Hunker. He is known to have been drafted into the U.S. Army during the Korean War and to have served with the rank of private. Wilbert married Birdie Roberts ( ? - ? ). They resided in Mount Pleasant, and did not reproduce. Wilbert was employed with Scottdale Wood and Lumber as a wood curer. Said the Connellsville Daily Courier, "He was an avid car collector. He had a love for music and played banjo for Eddi's Pennsylvania Ramblers Band. Wilbert especially enjoyed the outdoors and lived life to its fullest." Sadly, Birdie died relatively young. By the 1990s, he had moved to a home on Centerdale Street in Lynchburg, VA. He appears to have returned to Pennsylvania later in life and dwelled in Bullskin Township near Connellsville. His longtime companion was Florena Nicola. He passed away at the age of 80 on March 11, 2008, in Highlands Hospital, with burial in Mt. Tabor Cemetery. Pastor Ira Logan led funeral proceedings.


~ Daughter Anna (Rose) Lawver ~

Daughter Anna Rose (1901- ? ) was born in 1901. 

She married Alvie J. Lawver (Aug. 11, 1892-1945), the son of Alonzo and Margaret (Johnson) Lawver of New Castle, Lawrence County, PA.

They lived in the Pleasant Hill area of Normalville, Fayette County, and had three children -- Edmund "Edd" Lawver, John Lawver and Helen Mae Fountain.

Alvie "was employed by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company as a trackman for the past three years," reported the Daily Courier in 1945. 

He became seriously ill with stomach cancer in late November 1945 and entered Connellsville State Hospital for treatment. He did not recover, and sadly died at the age of 53 on Dec. 6, 1945. Following a funeral held at the Mount Tabor Church of God, near Pleasant Hill, he was laid to rest in Mount Tabor Cemetery.

Son John Lawver (1918-1999) was born on June 30, 1918. Circa 1976, he married a distant cousin, Ellen Gertrude (Miner) Porterfield (1929-2017), of the family of Edward and Gertrude Emma (Bowers) Miner. See the Miner biography for more.

Son Edmund G. "Edd" Lawver (1923-2001) was born on June 8, 1923. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He married Jennie Marie Bauer ( ? - ? ), daughter of Harold Bauer. The couple bore one daughter, Beverly Ann Polyblank. Edmund passed away on April 16, 2001. Jennie married a second time to widower Dean Ruth (Oct. 21, 1932-2017), son of Harry A. and Kathryn L. (Gaiser) Ruth. 

  • Granddaughter Beverly Ann Lawver (1962- ? ) was born in 1962. At her fourth birthday, she was pictured in the Connellsville Daily Courier. Beverly wed (?) Polyblank. She was in Connellsville, PA in 2017. 

Daughter Helen Mae Lawver (1926?-2000) was born in about 1926. She married Walter Harold Fountain Sr. (? -1993), the son of Henry O. and Willie (Jeanes) Fountain of Twiggs County, GA. He apparently had been married before and brought a daughter to the union, Linda Davis. They established their permanent home in Gordon, Wilkinson County, GA and bore a family of four children -- Linda Davis, Carol Etheridge, Judy Lawson and Walter Fountain Jr. For many years, Walter Sr. worked for Freeport Kaolin Company and belonged to the Woodmen of the World. Helen earned income through employment with McGall Laboratories in Milledgeville. The Fountains were members of the Asbury Methodist Church. Walter died at home on Christmas Day 1993. Rev. Rex Odom preached the funeral sermon, with burial in the Asbury Methodist Cemetery in Wilkinson County. An obituary was printed in the Macon Telegraph. Helen Mae survived for another seven years. As a patient at the Medical Center of Central Georgia, she succumbed to death at the age of 74 on Aug. 11, 2000. Her obituary also appeared in the Telegraph.

  • Step-granddaughter Linda Fountain married (?) Davis. Their home in 1993 was in Milledgeville, GA.
  • Granddaughter Carol Fountain was joined in matrimony with (?) Etheridge. She dwelled in Macon in the early 1990s.
  • Granddaughter Judy Fountain wedded (?) Lawson. In 1993, she dwelled in Macon.
  • Grandson Walter Harold Fountain Jr. lived in Gordon, GA.

Daughter Bessie Margaret Lawver ( ? - ? )


~ Daughter Evelyn (Rose) Albright ~

Daughter Evelyn Rose (1908-1996) was born on June 9, 1908. 

She married Edward B. Albright (1906-1967). They resided in Armbrust and Greensburg, and had four children -- Evelyn Flock, Nora Smillie, Florence Hixon and George E. Albright. 

Edward was a member of Youngwood Moose Lodge 23 and the Legion of the Moose in Baden, PA. 

Edward died in Westmoreland Hospital in Greensburg on Aug. 13, 1967, at the age of 61. At the time he was survived by 12 grandchildren. He was laid to rest at Westmoreland County Memorial Park. 

Evelyn survived her husband by almost three decades. She passed away on Jan. 14, 1996.

Son George E. Albright (1937-2005) was born on April 4, 1937 in Greensburg. He married Edith M. Flock ( ? - ? ), and they had four children -- Bruce "Butch" Albright, Edward Albright, Cloyd Albright and Staci Neptune. Said the Greensburg Tribune-Review, George "worked in farming, and as a machinist for D.M.E. of Youngwood. He was a social member of the Hempfield Hunt Club and the Midway Firemans Club." George died at age 68 on April 10, 2005, with interment at Westmoreland County Memorial Park.

  • Grandson Bruce "Butch" Albright was joined in marriage with Traci. Their home has been in Hunker, PA.
  • Grandson Edward Albright made a residence in Greensburg.
  • Grandson Cloyd Albright wed Chris. They have dwelled in Greensburg.
  • Granddaughter Staci Albright entered into marriage with Todd Neptune. Their offspring are believed to be Ashley Neptune and Christina Neptune. Their home has been along Albrights Lake Road. Staci was quoted in a Jan. 26, 2021 Greensburg Tribune-Review article headlined "Hempfield leaders table rezoning vote on former Valley Green property."

Daughter Evelyn E. "Lena" Albright (1927-2013) was born on June 20, 1927 in Hempfield Township. She entered into marriage with Kenneth Raymond "Froggy" Flock (April 6, 1928-2003) originally from Greensburg and the son of Edward R. and Alice (Learn) Flock. They stayed together for 53 years. Four children born to this union were Dennis E. Flock, Deborah L. Jones, Darlene Heitman and Dorena R. Flock. Kenneth was employed by B&P Motor Express in Irwin as a truck driver. He belonged to the Teamsters Union Local 30 of Jeannette. Evelyn earned a living through her work at the Westmoreland County Municipal Authority and the Buss Eidemiller family. The family belonged to the South Greensburg United Methodist Church. In the community, Kenneth was a trustee of the Retirees Club,  a volunteer with the Boy Scouts Troop 405 in South Greensburg and a member of the Order of the Arrow at Camp Conestoga. Evelyn liked to play bingo and cards and for more than 50 years was a member of the Scatter Card Club. She also held memberships in the Women of the Moose LOOM of Youngwood and the County Seat Bowling League. Kenneth was swept away by the angel of death at age 74 on April 3, 2003. Evelyn lived on for another decade-plus. At the age of 86, she passed away on Dec. 10, 2013. Burial was in Twin Valley Memorial Park. Her survivors included six grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. An obituary appeared in the Greensburg Tribune-Review.

  • Grandson Dennis E. Flock was united in matrimony with Karin. They were in Greensburg in 2006.
  • Granddaughter Deborah L. Flock wed Robert C. Jones (Sept. 19, 1933-2008), a native of Fayette City, PA and the son of Willard and Lavina (Lindey) Jones. Their marital union endured for 35 years until cleaved apart by death. Their two daughters were Robyn Jones and Jennifer Knavel. Robert was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He spent his working career with Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel in Allenport, PA. He was especially active socially, with memberships in the AMS Club of South Greensburg, Hempfield Township Roosevelt Club, Hannastown Social Club, Crabtree Social Club, theAmerican Legion Post of South Greensburg, Youngwood Moose, South Greensburg Hunt Club, Hempfield Hunt Club of New Stanton, Allenport Rod and Gun Club, Keystone Rod and Gun Club and Eagles Aerie of Brookville. Sadly, Robert died in Excela Health Westmoreland Hospital in Greensburg on Jan. 15, 2008, at the age of 74. Rev. Greg Spencer officiated the funeral service, with burial followign in Belle Vernon Cemetery. The Greensburg Tribune-Review printed an obituary. Deborah has maintained a home in Greensburg.

    Great-granddaughter Robyn Jones has been a companion of Robert Smith in Greensburg. Three children in this family are Robert Smith, David Smith and Andrew Smith. 

    Great-granddaughter Jennifer Jones wed Justin Knavel. They make a home in Greensburg and are the parents of Taylor Knavel and Reese Knavel. 

  • Granddaughter Darlene Flock married (?) Heitman.
  • Granddaughter Dorena R. Flock has resided in Greensburg.

Daughter Nora Albright married Jesse C. Smillie. Jesse was deceased by 2006.

Daughter Florence Albright married Kenneth Hixon. The pair lived in Mount Pleasant in 2005.


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Minerd.com extends its appreciation to Harry J. Ansell for sharing his research findings for this biography.