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Probationary Preacher's License
Probationary Preacher's License
"The West Penn conference of the Evangelical Association in North America, authorizes A.R. Teatz of Jefferson county, and state of Penn as Probationary Preacher in the said Association, which gives him a good testimony; and we herewith license him according to the direction or our discipline, to officiate until the next annual conference, provided he conducts himself agreeably to the word of God. Given at our session in Berlin Somerset county, and state of Penn. on the 17 day of March A.D. 1851." Signed by J. Dick, Joseph Long, David N. Long, Levi Everhart 
 
52
Sentencing
Sentencing
from the Altoona Tribune 
 
53
Shirley Ann Stroup Baptismal Certificate
Shirley Ann Stroup Baptismal Certificate
baptized at home by Rev. Shirey 
 
54
Son of Former N.E. Residents Auto Victim
Son of Former N.E. Residents Auto Victim
from the November 4, 1938 issue (page 1, column 2) of the Monongahela, Pa., The Daily Republican 
 
55
Thomas Rees Military Discharge Paper
Thomas Rees Military Discharge Paper
 
 
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Thomas Rees Veterans Compensation Application
Thomas Rees Veterans Compensation Application
 
 
57
Tombstone Order Form
Tombstone Order Form
tombstone order from Charles A. Miller, Granite and Marble Works of Linesville, Pa. Purchased by their daughter Lucretia (Mrs. Almon Dudley). Stone placed in May 1927 - cost of $150.00. 
 
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Trial, Day Five
Trial, Day Five
from the Altoona Tribune 
 
59
Trial, Day Four
Trial, Day Four
from the Altoona Tribune 
 
60
Trial, Day One
Trial, Day One
from the Altoona Tribune 
 
61
Trial, Day Three
Trial, Day Three
from the Altoona Tribune - this article contains the testimony of Mary Jane Rupe, and tells of her two former spouses 
 
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Trial, Day Two
Trial, Day Two
from the Altoona Tribune 
 
63
Wanted for Murder
Wanted for Murder
from the Altoona Times 
 
64
Western Union Telegram
Western Union Telegram
telegram sent to Paul's sister, Thelma, announcing his injury and that he was in the hospital. 
 
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Western Union Telegram
Western Union Telegram
sent to Paul's sister, Thelma, announcing his death and date of funeral. 
 
66
Will of Martin Chamberlain, part 1
Will of Martin Chamberlain, part 1
witnesses swore on September 30, 1873 that he was deceased and that they viewed his signing of his last will, which was entered into the Crawford County, Pennsylvania, courthouse will book D on March 25, 1874 
 
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Will of Martin Chamberlain, part two
Will of Martin Chamberlain, part two
 
 
68
Will of Michael Brubaker, Page 1
Will of Michael Brubaker, Page 1
Will Book I-K, 1747-1830 
 
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Will of Michael Brubaker, Page 2
Will of Michael Brubaker, Page 2
Will Book I-K, 1747-1830 
 
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Willamette Claims Two During Day
Willamette Claims Two During Day
part one of newspaper article telling about he died. 
 
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Willamette Claims Two During Day
Willamette Claims Two During Day
part two of newspaper article telling about he died. 
 
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Willamette Claims Two During Day
Willamette Claims Two During Day
part three of newspaper article telling about he died. 
 
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Willamette Claims Two During Day
Willamette Claims Two During Day
part four of newspaper article telling about he died. 
 
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Willamette Claims Two During Day
Willamette Claims Two During Day
part five of newspaper article telling about he died. 
 
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William B. Reese Military Service Record
William B. Reese Military Service Record
 
 

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