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Thompson Milligan Blake was born October 27, 1853, Pennsylvania, and died October 24, 1927, in Susquehanna Twp., Cambria Co., PA, at age 74. Buried in Kylertown Presbyterian Cemetery, Morrisdale, Clearfield Co., PA. He is the son of Henry Blake of Maryland, and Jane P. Bush of Pennsylvania.

Henrietta "Nettie" Runk was born about 1855 in Rush Twp., Centre Co., PA, and died before 1897 in Pennsylvania. She is the daughter of Wesley Runk (died February 22, 1877) of Frederick Co., MD, and Mary Ann Stage (died December 3, 1879) of Pennsylvania.

Thompson Milligan Blake and Henrietta "Nettie" Runk were married about 1879 in Philipsburg, Centre Co., PA.

Thompson Milligan Blake and Henrietta "Nettie" (Runk) Blake had one child:

  1. Mary A. "Mamie/Minnie" Blake: Born June 22, 1884, in Philipsburg, Centre Co., PA; Died January 22, 1966, in Altoona, Blair Co., PA (age 81). Buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Altoona, Blair Co., PA. Married February 23, 1905, in Altoona, Blair Co., PA, to Robert Bruce Moore: Born October 5, 1883, in Blair Co., PA; Died June 22, 1962, at Mercy Hospital Altoona, Blair Co., PA (age 78). Buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Altoona, Blair Co., PA.

Thompson Milligan Blake then married Unknown.

Unknown was born Uknown, and died Unknown. She is the daughter of Unknown.

Thompson Milligan Blake and Unknown Unknown were married about 1897 in Pennsylvania.

Thompson Milligan Blake and Unknown (Unknown) Blake had Unknown children.




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Thompson Milligan Blake is buried in Kylertown Presbyterian Cemetery, Morrisdale, Clearfield Co., PA. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making this image available.


Thompson Milligan Blake was born October 27, 1853, Pennsylvania.

Henrietta "Nettie" Runk was born about 1855 in Rush Twp., Centre Co., PA.

The 1860 U. S. Census taken on June 1, 1860, shows Wesley Runk (age 48) born in Pennsylvania, and with Real Estate of $1,000 is a Tailor, and is living in Rush Twp., Centre Co., PA. Living with him are: Mary Ann Runk (age 47) born in Pennsylvania; Matilda Runk (age 20) born in Pennsylvania; Edward Runk (age 13) born in Pennsylvania; Helen Runk (age 9) born in Pennsylvania; and Henrietta Runk (age 5) born in Pennsylvania.

Henry Blake was a Private in Co H, 56th Regiment PA Volunteers, per cemetery records.

James H. Blake died October 5, 1862, in Mt. Pleasant G H, Washington, DC, at about age 25. Buried in U. S. Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery, Washington, DC.

The 1870 U. S. Census taken on June 7, 1870, shows Henry Blake (age 54) born in Maryland, and with Personal Estate of $250, is a Farmer, and is living in Union Twp., Centre Co., PA. Living with him are: Jane J. Blake (age 54) born in Pennsylvania, who is Keeping House; Sarah J. Blake (age 32) born in Pennsylvania; Thompson Blake (age 15) born in Pennsylvania, who Works on Farm; and Lola Monty Blake (age 2) born in Pennsylvania.

The 1870 U. S. Census taken on August 15, 1870, shows Wesley Runk (age 54) born in Pennsylvania, and with Real Estate of $12,000 and Personal Estate of $700, is a Clerk in a Store, and is living in Philipsburg Borough, Centre Co., PA. Living with him are: Mary A. Runk (age 53) born in Pennsylvania, who is Keeping House; Helen Runk (age 19) born in Pennsylvania; and Henrietta Runk (age 15) born in Pennsylvania.

Norman F. Throne was born September 9, 1871, in Pennsylvania. Buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Ashland, Jackson Co., OR.

Jane P. (Bush) Blake died February 11, 1873, in Union Twp., Centre Co., PA, at age 57. Buried in Bush Hollow Cemetery, Centre Co., PA.

Wesley Runk died February 24, 1877, in Philipsburg, Centre Co., PA, at age 62. Buried in Philipsburg Cemetery, Philipsburg, Centre Co., PA.

Mary Ann (Stage) Runk died December 3, 1879, in Philipsburg, Centre Co., PA, at age 65.

Thompson Milligan Blake and Henrietta "Nettie" Runk were married about 1879 in Philipsburg, Centre Co., PA.

The 1880 U. S. Census taken on June 1, 1880, shows M. Blake (age 25) born in Pennsylvania to Pennsylvania-born parents, is a married Coal Miner, and is living in Philipsburg Borough, Centre Co., PA. Living with him is his wife, Nettie Blake (age 24) born in Pennsylvania to Pennsylvania-born parents.

The 1880 U. S. Census taken on June 17, 1880, shows Isaac Shoemaker (age 39) born in New York to New York-born parents, is a married Foreman at a Sawmill, and is living in Huston Twp., Clearfield Co., PA. Living with him are: his wife, Cherilla Shoemaker (age 35) born in Pennsylvania to Maryland and Pennsylvania-born parents, who is Keeping House; his unmarried son, Joseph Shoemaker (age 16) born in Pennsylvania to New York and Pennsylvania-born parents, who Works in a Sawmill; his daughter, Grace Shoemaker (age 2) born in Pennsylvania to New York and Pennsylvania-born parents; and his widower father-in-law, Henry Blake (age 64) born in Maryland to Pennsylvania-born parents.

The 1880 U. S. Census taken on July 1, 1880, shows Andrew J. Arnot (age 29) born in New York to New York and New Jersey-born parents, is a married Laborer, and is living in Eldred, McKean Co., PA. Living with him are: his wife, Mary M. Arnot (age 27) born in Pennsylvania to Maryland and Pennsylvania-born parents, who is Keeping House; his son, Eddie Arnot (age 1) born in Kansas to New York and Pennsylvania-born parents; and his stepdaughter, Alice Waters (age 6) born in Pennsylvania to South Carolina and Pennsylvania-born parents.

Mary A. "Mamie" Blake was born June 22, 1884, in Philipsburg, Centre Co., PA.

The 1900 U. S. Census taken on June 11, 1900, shows Isaac Shoemaker (age 60) born September, 1839, in New York to New York-born parents, is a married Miller, and who owns his farm free of a mortgage, and is living in Kylertown Pct., Cooper Twp., Clearfield Co., PA. Living with him are: his wife of 35 years, Charrilla Shoemaker (age 53) born February, 1847, in Pennsylvania to Maryland and Pennsylvania-born parents, and with 1 of the 4 children born to her still living; his widower father-in-law, Henry Blake (age 84) born November, 1815, in Maryland to Pennsylvania-born parents, and married for 60 years; a married Boarder, Thompson Blake (age 44) born October, 1855, in Pennsylvania to Maryland and Pennsylvania-born parents, and married for 3 years, a Stationary Engineer; his granddaughter, Margrette Morton (age 4) born March, 1896, in Pennsylvania to Pennsylvania-born parents; and a divorced Boarder, Christ Shadduck (age 54) born July, 1845, in New York to New York-born parents, and married for 20 years, a Carpenter.

Henry Blake died April 3, 1901, in Clearfield, Clearfield Co., PA, at age 85. Buried in Kylertown Presbyterian Cemetery, Morrisdale, Clearfield Co., PA.

Robert Bruce Moore and Mary A. "Mamie" Blake were married February 23, 1905, in Altoona, Blair Co., PA.


Robert Bruce Moore and Mary A. "Mamie" Blake Marriage Record.


The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 15, 1910, shows Charrilla Shoemaker (age 61) born in Pennsylvania to Maryland and Pennsylvania-born parents, and with 1 of the 4 children born to her still living, and who owns her farm free of a mortgage, is a widowed Head of Household, and is living in Kylertown Pct., Cooper Twp., Clearfield Co., PA. Living with her is her widower brother, Milligan Blake (age 54) born in Pennsylvania to Maryland and Pennsylvania-born parents, a Fireman at a Sawmill.

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on May 2, 1910, shows Andrew J. Arnot (age 59) born in New York to New York and At Sea-born parents, and in his first marriage, is a married Common Mill Laborer, and who owns his home free of a mortgage, and lives in Cooston, North Marshfield Pct., Coos Co., OR. Living with him are: his wife of 35 years, Mary M. Arnot (age 57) born in Pennsylvania to Pennsylvania-born parents, and in her 2nd marriage, and with 7 of the 10 children born to her still living; his married son, Edward E. Arnot (age 34) born in Kansas to New York and Pennsylvania-born parents, a Laborer at a Mill; his married son, Edward E. Arnot (age 34) born in Kansas to New York and Pennsylvania-born parents, and in his first marriage, a Laborer at a Mill; his unmarried son, Boyd Arnot (age 18) born in Pennsylvania to New York and Pennsylvania-born parents, a Laborer at a Mill; his married daughter, Alice Thorne (age 36) born in Pennsylvania to Pennsylvania-born parents, and in her first marriage, and with all 3 of the children born to her still alive; and his grandson, Paul Arnot (age 18) born in Pennsylvania to Kansas and Pennsylvania-born parents.

Norman F. Throne was born September 9, 1871, in Wayne Twp., Clinton Co., PA, and died August 8, 1913, in Ashland, OR, at about age 38.


The Roseburg News-Review, Roseburg, Douglas Co., OR, Monday, April 18, 1927

Visit Over Week-End-

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gildea of McMinnville spent Easter weekend in Roseburg visiting Mrs. Gildea's mother, Mrs. W. J. Clark, and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Throne. Mrs. Gildea was Miss Thelma Throne of Roseburg before her marriage and has a wide circle of friends in the city.


Andrew James Arnot died November 9, 1929, in Roseburg, Douglas Co., OR, at age 78. Buried in Sunset Memorial Park, Coos Bay, Coos Co., OR.


The Roseburg News-Review, Roseburg, Douglas Co., OR, Saturday, November 9, 1929

VISITOR HERE FROM MARSHFIELD DIES

Andrew James Arnot died early this morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. J. Clark, 726 Mill street. He came here from Marshfield three weeks ago on a visit, his wife accompanying him. He became quite ill and his condition gradually became worse until his death today. He was born at Almyra, N. Y., November 18, 1850, and was nearly 79 years of age. He served during the Civil was with Co. A, 45th Pennsylvania infantry. He is survived by a widow and four children, Mrs. W. J. Clark of Roseburg, E. C. Arnot of North Bend, Mrs. F. L. Bourne of Portland and Boyd L. Arnot of Marshfield. There are ten grandchildren. M. E. Ritter of the Roseburg Undertaking company is arranging to take the body to Marshfield tomorrow, and funeral services will be held there on Monday.


NORTH PACIFIC UNION GLEANER,

Arnot. - Andrew James Arnot was born Nov. 18, 1850, at Elmira, N. Y.; and passed away at the home of his daughter in Roseburg, Oregon, Nov. 9, 1929. He served in the Union army, receiving an honorable discharge; after which he was married to Mary M. Blake and settled at Cooston, Oregon, in 1906. Last April they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in the presence of their six children and many friends, who besides his companion, are left to mourn their loss. Words of comfort were spoken by the writer from Heb. 4:13-16.

T. M. Langberg.


Thompson Milligan Blake died October 24, 1927, in Susquehanna Twp., Cambria Co., PA, at age 74. Buried in Kylertown Presbyterian Cemetery, Morrisdale, Clearfield Co., PA.


Thompson Milligan Blake Death Record.


The 1930 U. S. Census taken on April 12, 1930, shows William J. Clarke (age 56) born in English Canada to English Canada-born parents, and first married at age 22, and who owns his home free worth $1,200 is a married Steam Railroad Conductor, and is living at 726 Mill Street, 3rd Ward City of Roseburg, Woodward Pct., Douglas Co., OR. Living with him is wife, Alice E. Clarke (age 56) born in Pennsylvania to Pennsylvania-born parents, and first married at age 20.

Howard Cecil Gildea: Born October 8, 1889, in Spokane, Spokane Co., WA; Died April 8, 1931, in McMinnville, Yamhill Co., OR (age 41).


The Daily Capital Journal, Salem, OR, Thursday, April 9, 1931

Howard C. Gildea, attorney of McMinnville for the last 15 years, and well known in Salem, died there Wednesday. Mr. Gildea was prominent in American legion affairs and in the Kiwanis club, having served as president of the McMinnville club. He is survived by his widow and two small sons, by his father, C. C. Gildea of Oregon City; a brother, C. O. Gildea of Oregon City; and a sister, Mrs. Walter J. Nelson of Salem. Funeral arrangements are to be announced later.


Alice Elizabeth (Waters) (Throne) Clarke was born April 24, 1872, in Pennsylvania, and died June 5, 1935, in Roseburg, Douglas Co., OR, at age 63. Buried in Roseburg Memorial Gardens, Roseburg, Douglas Co., OR.

MRS. CLARKE, MOTHER OF MRS. GILDEA, DIES

News of the death Tuesday of last week of Mrs. Alice Elizabeth Clarke, 64, mother of Mrs. Thelma Gildea, was received here from Roseburg this week. Mrs. Gildea was called to the southern Oregon city recently to assist in the care of her mother. Surviving are the widower, William J. Clarke; a son, A. L. Throne of Medford; a daughter, Mrs. Gildea of this city; two brothers, Ed Arnot of North Bend and Roy Arnot of Cooston, and a sister, Mrs. Fred Bourns of Portland.

Alice Elizabeth Throne and William John Clarke were married November 27, 1919, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Thelma Lou (Waters) (Throne) (Gildea) Wilson was born June 21, 1896, in Pennsylvania, and died February 1, 1973, in Douglas Co., OR. Buried in Roseburg Memorial Gardens, Roseburg, Douglas Co., OR. Spouse is Hearald Haysting Wilson (1889 - 1979).

Mary M. (Blake) (Waters) Arnot died January 22, 1935, in McMinnville, Yamhill Co., OR, at age 82. Buried in Sunset Memorial Park, Coos Bay, Coos Co., OR.


The Roseburg News-Review, Roseburg, Douglas Co., OR, Wednesday, January 23, 1935

MRS. M. ARNOT DIES AT McMINNVILLE

Word was received here last night of the death yesterday at McMinnville of Mrs. Mary M. Arnot, mother of Mrs. W. J. Clarke of this city. Mrs. Arnot came to Roseburg in 1905 and resided here for several years. Recently she has been with her granddaughter, Mrs. Thelma Throne Gildea, in whose home the death occurred. Surviving Mrs. Arnot are two daughters, Mrs. Clarke of Roseburg, and Mrs. F. L. Bourne of Portland, and two sons, F. C. Arnot of Reedsport and B. L. Arnot of Cooston. Burial will take place at Sunset cemetery in Marshfield, where her husband and a son, Frank, are buried.


Robert Bruce Moore died June 22, 1962, at Mercy Hospital Altoona, Blair Co., PA, at age 78. Buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Altoona, Blair Co., PA.


Robert Bruce Moore Death Record.


Mary A. "Mamie" (Blake) Moore died January 22, 1966, in Altoona, Blair Co., PA, at age 78. Buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Altoona, Blair Co., PA.


The Altoona Mirror, Altoona, Blair Co., PA, Saturday, January 22, 1966

DEATH RECORD

MRS. MARY A. MOORE Of 3030 5th Ave., died at 6:45 a.m. today in her home after a brief illness. She was born in Philipsburg on June 22, 1884, a daughter of Milligan and Henrietta (Runk) Blake, and married Robert B. Moore, who died June 22, 1962. Surviving are eight children, Mrs. Ethel Reany of Jupiter, Fla., Mrs. Lorena Orner, Robert B. and Raymond M. of the city, Mrs. Natalie Freshman of Huntingdon Woods, Mich., Mrs. Dorothy Price of Springfield, Mass., Mrs. Mary Smith of Mountain Lakes, N.J., and Edwin M. of Miami, Fla.; nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. She was a member of the First Church of Christ, Bible Class 12, and Ruth Society, and of Altoona Chapter, O.E.S. Friends will be received in the Myers Funeral Home from 7 to 10 p.m. tomorrow, 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.m. Monday.


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Birth: Jan. 27, 1840, Pennsylvania, USA

Death: Jul. 27, 1927, Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, USA

Annie E Blake was born Jan 27, 1840 to Henry Blake (1815 MD - 1901 Clearfield PA) and Jane Bush (1814 PA - died before 1880). Annie was the 3rd eldest of 10 siblings. The Blake's lived in Clarion PA (1850) and Union, Centre PA (1860). Anna married Rufus D. Stratton (son of John & Jane Hoover Stratton) in 1862 in Centre County.

Annie's older brother James H Blake (1837-1862) married Rufus' Aunt Hannah Stratton (1835-1906, the daughter of William Stratton & Mary Evans) in 1860. James H Blake died in the civil war and is buried in Washington DC (as is Rufus' brother John Stratton 1846-1862).

After Rufus returned from serving in the Civil War, they had 2 sons born in Centre Co - Miles E & Harvey E. The family moved to Iowa in the 1870's along with several of Annie's siblings. The Strattons returned to Pennsylvania residing in Morris, Clearfield PA for a time and then moving to Wilkes-Barre PA around 1901. Her sons both worked for the USPS in Wilkes-Barre.

Anna died at her residence, 374 Academy St, Wilkes-Barre PA on July 27, 1927. Per her obituary she was survived by 2 sons - Harvey at home with whom she resided and Miles of Pittsburgh. Also survived by a sister Mrs. Mary M Arnot of Oregon and a brother Milligan Blake of Emmono PA and several grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Note: Anna is linked to her father buried at Kylertown Cemetery in Clearfield whose grave info is incorrect on this site (age 85, not 35 is engraved in stone and verified by his death record). Her brother T. Mulligan and sister Charilla (Blake) Shoemaker are also buried there.