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John and Eliza Ward Biles Family

John and Eliza Ward Biles Family

Biles Family of Washington County, PA

Back Row, Left to Right, Ethel Biles Stillwagon held by her father Joseph Biles, Harrison Biles, Nannie Biles Lenhart, Theodore Biles, Frank Biles.

Front Row: Left to right, Jim Biles, John Harrison Biles (child seated in front of Ethel Biles), Eliza Ward Biles John Biles, Azzie Biles.

Photo taken approximately 1886.

Ethel Biles Stillwagon, in 1900 Census she was living with Nannie Biles

Joseph Biles, b. between 1868-1870

Harrison Biles, b. Nov 1867

Nannie Biles, b. Jun 1871 married James A. Lenhart abt 1892

Theodore Biles, b. Feb 1873 d. 1955 married Ella? abt 1895, buried in North Belle Vernon Cemetery

Frank Biles, b. Feb 1874

James Biles, b. Aug 1876 married Molly ??

John Hanson Biles III, b. Jun 16 1878 in Woods Run Pa, d. Mar 291916 as a result from an accident while coupling train cars, married Ida Mae Hunt Apr 18, 1900

Ethel Biles b. June 1881; married ?? McCoy in 1899

Azzie Biles, b. May 71882 in Allenport, Washington County, Pa; married Thomas Miller abt 1899

Eliza Ward Biles b. May 8 1841 in Pittsburg Pa. d. Apr 16 1896. She was the daughter of Joseph Ward and Charlotte Hamilton, married John Biles

John Hanson Biles Jr., b. Mar 27 1844 in Twilight, Hempfield Township, Washington County, Pa.; d. June 7 1909 in Belle Vernon, Fayette County, Pa. son of John Hanson Biles and Mary Ann Lynn, married Eliza Ward. John was a carpenter by trade.

Submitted by Debra Richards, great granddaughter


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