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Old Carnot Presbyterian Church, now rebuilt as the youth center of the new Sharon Presbyterian Church, located on Carnot Road in Moon Township, Allegheny County.
Photo taken about 1930 or so.
Olive Bush and her cousin, Grace Stillwagon, daughter of Frank and Margaret Shaneyfelt Stillwagon.
Photo taken about 1900.
From L to R, 1st row: Lesia, Alfred L. Ivory Jr, (the parents of the baby) Captain Andrew Ivory, Baby Clifford, Alfred L. Ivory, and Harriet Morrison Ivory.
From L to R, 2nd row: Bessie L Ivory Smith, Edwin Smith, Clara M. Ivory, Edwin Dixon Ivory & Goldie Steele Ivory (Edwin's wife).
Alfred Ivory was b. 24 June 1849 in Allegheny Co., PA and d. 7 Sept. 1926 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA.
Andrew Ivory was b. May 31, 1825 in Brownsville, Fayette Co. PA and d. 9 May 1908 in Kittanning, Armstrong Co. PA and buried in the Oakmont Cemetery, Allegheny Co., PA.
If anyone has information I am still searching.
Submitted by Gayle Ivory Strom, great granddaughter of Andrew Ivory and great grand niece of Alfred Ivory, photo courtesy of Rose Ivory, wife of Robert Thomas Ivory