[APG Public List] Help in PA

Elissa Scalise Powell, CG Elissa at PowellGenealogy.com
Sat Jan 9 21:32:57 MST 2010

That may be a typo on your part but just in case you are trying to look for
Naty Glo, the town's name is Nanty Glo.


-- Elissa


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[mailto:apgpubliclist-bounces at apgen.org] On Behalf Of todd white
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Thanks for your help. I have been looking into this person Isaac was living
with. I'm trying to make the connection and see if he is the maternal
grandfather. I was also wanting to do what you said and check out the Civil
War records as well. I'm just not sure where to start on that aspect since I
don't know his father's first name and the last name is way too common
(Owens.) I'll keep looking though. 

You asked me earlier how I knew what County he was born in. It's because
Isaac's son listed his father as being born in Belsano, Cambria, PA. on his
WWI draft card. I would love to look at probate and other records. However,
I have somewhat limited access to those where I'm at. 

Isaac 'Marlin' Owens 
b. Jun 1859
Belsano or Naty Glo, Cambria County, PA 

Appreciate the advice, 

Todd White 

--- On Sat, 1/9/10, PLHGenealogy at gmail.com <PLHGenealogy at gmail.com> wrote:

From: PLHGenealogy at gmail.com <PLHGenealogy at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Re: Re: [APG Public List] Help in PA
To: apgpubliclist at apgen.org
Date: Saturday, January 9, 2010, 11:01 AM

I guess I should say that if he turns out to be the right guy you *might*
have grandparents since they seem to be of that age. And I see you did find
this one already. I still think though that your answer would better be
found at county-level records. There may be a probate record for
guardianship issues. I feel fortunate in one case (Clarion County, PA) where
the father had a life-insurance policy and that was the ONLY property and
thus required the probate process. Otherwise, I might never have known a few


On Jan 8, 2010 9:55pm, PLHGenealogy at gmail.com wrote:
> Todd, here looks like a possibility in Indiana County which is right next
to Cambria:
> nice thing about that one, is if turns out to be the right guy, you've got


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