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James Turner Dye

James Turner Dye

James Turner Dye lived in Sandy Lake. The woman photographed with him could possibly be his sister.

This was written about James Turner Dye, from the Twentieth Century History of Mercer County, 1909, Volume II - -

James Turner Dye, so well known as one of the heavy coal operators of western Pennsylvania, and who now operates a Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., is a native of England, born September 9, 1841, in the county of Yorkshire. He came to America in 1864, locating in Mercer Co., Pennsylvania, where he engaged in coal mining.

He was married March 5, 1865, to Charlotte Mason, a daughter of John W. Mason and Sarah (Aston) Mason. John W. Mason for ten years of his lifetime was a merchant at Jackson, Center, Mercer Co., PA. He was born in Staffordshire, England and came to America in 1860, settling in Neshannock, where he conducted a general store before he went to Jackson Center.

Submitted by Ruth McClelland, great-great-granddaughter of James Turner Dye.

John and Susanna Rowe Cartwright

John and Susanna Rowe Cartwright

John and Susanna Rowe Cartwright were both born in England and moved to this county in 1885 and became citizens in 1888. They had 10 children and a number of their great grandchildren still live in the New Castle area.

Submitted by William R. Huber, great grandson

David John Hill

David John Hill

David John Hill, born 1 Apr 1895 in Blaina Monmouthshire, South Wales
Died 30 Apr 1976 in Northallerton, North Yorkshire England, Cremated at Darlington, England

Betty Hill Reed with family

Betty Hill Reed with family

Left to right, Matthew Reed, grandson; David Reed, son; Betty Hill Reed, Susannah Reed, granddaughter

Photo taken in Northallerton North Yorkshire England, 2002.

Betty Hill Reed with family

Betty Hill Reed with family

Left to right, Matthew Reed, grandson; Hilary Reed daughter-in-law, Betty Hill Reed, Susannah Reed, granddaughter

Photo taken in Northallerton North Yorkshire England, 2002.

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