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Date Posted: 18:19:28 03/08/01 Thu
Author: Carolyn Appleby
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Subject: Pennsylvania Applebys

I was born Carolyn Appleby in Homestead, FL in 1945. My father's name is James Melvin Appleby. I believe he was born in Pennsylvania. I am researching that info now. My Appleby ancestry began in Scotland with Robert B. Gordon (no dates) who married Janet Hill (no dates). They had at least one child, Fanny L. Gordon born Jan. 6, 1876. She married James Appleby (born April 17, 1875) on May 29, 1895 in Greensburg, PA. I have a James C. Appleby listed in my family bible with a date of death of September 12, 1914. Also listed in my bible is Janet Appleby who was born Feb. 17, 1897 who died February 24, 1900; Robert William Appleby born Jan. 14, 1988 and died Jan. 8, 1917; Albert E. Appleby born November 20, 1900 who married Leona Debolt on October 14, 1919 (my paternal grandparents); Gordon Linford Appleby born March 20, 1903 who married Hazel G. Stephen on April 19, 1938. Date of death for Gordon L. Appleby is listed as Sunday, May 21 at 10:00 a.m.(no year. The notation reads as follows: . . . "taken to Pittsburgh to L. B. Morelands. Services Tuesday 8 pm May 23. Taken to Clarksburg, W.VA May 24." Do any of these names ring any Appleby bells? If so, I would love to hear from you. So far I have made very little progress. I do know my gr grandmother died in 1968 and I have her SS# which was issued in Pennsylvania.

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