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Ackinclose Allegheny Pennsylvania
« on: Thursday 04 May 17 09:32 BST (UK) »
Hi
I have part of my family who emigrated to Pennsylvania in 1879- The family were Robert Ackinclose and his wife Susannah and children William Foster, Jane Foster Mary Duxfield and Katie and they settled in Jefferson Fayette. They had more children who were born in the USA Thomas Foster Garnet Wolsey, George and Murrel Robert.

I would love any information at all about this family- I have records from online but any other information would be great- I am looking for a marriage between William Foster Ackinclose and Elizabeth Debelle Moore in around 1895- not sure where they married they had three children Foster Murrel, Minor and Robert I think they lived in McKeesport.

thanks a lot any information at all would be great

Barbara
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Re: Ackinclose Allegheny Pennsylvania
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 04 May 17 20:30 BST (UK) »
The Daily Republican
Monongahela, Pennsylvania
Monday, January 30, 1899 - Page 4

    Mrs. Ackinclose Dead.
 
Mrs. Susanna Ackinclose, wife of Robert Ackinclose, died at her home in Roscoe on Tuesday, January 24th, at 5:30 p. m. from a stroke of apoplexy. She had been a sufferer from la gippe for a few days, but had almost recovered from that disease.


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The Daily Republican
Monongahela, Pennsylvania
 Monday, March 9, 1925 - Page 1

ROBERT ACKINCLOSE DIES VERY SUDDENLY

Robert Ackinclose, aged 77 years, died very suddenly Sunday morning in New Eagle, near the home of his son-in-law, William G. Fitch, River view merchant. He was taking a walk on the street when he was stricken and expired before the arrival of a physician. Heart trouble was ascribed as the cause of death. He is survived by his daughter Mrs. William G. Fitch of New Eagle with whom he has made his home for a short time. Five sons and one other daughter also survive. Mr. Ackinclose was for many years a resident of Roscoe and was well known In the Monongahela valley. He was a member of the Methodist church of Roscoe and of Pythian Lodge No. 180. Short services will be held at the Fitch home, New Eagle, Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock, following which the body will be taken to the Roscoe Methodist Episcopal church where services will be held at 2:30 o'clock. Interment will follow In the Monongahela cemetery.

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The Daily Republican
Monongahela, Pennsylvania
Thursday, May 15, 1952 - Page 6

MRS. CHARLES GILMORE

Mrs. William Fitch of Anton Street yesterday received word of the death of her sister, Mrs. Charles (Kathryn A.) Gilmore, 74, on Tuesday at her home, 270 Welsh Avenue, Wilmerding. She was a faithful member of the Methodist Church of Wilmerding, and of its organizations.

Mrs. Gilmore and her late husband were one-time Valley residents. Surviving are two sons, Glenn T. of Wilmerding and Clifford F. of Churchill Valley; one granddaughter and two great-grandsons. In addition to Mrs. Fitch. who was Jane Ackinclose, the deceased leaves three brothers. T. F. Ackinclose of Dravosburg, G. W. Ackinclose of Clairton and M. R. Ackinclose of Youngstown, Ohio. Another brother, George Ackinclose, 67, retired veteran newspaperman, of Meadvillc died in April.

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The Daily Republican
Monongahela, Pennsylvania
Monday, October 5, 1953 - Page 1

MRS. WM. FITCH
PASSES AWAY

Services Tuesday For One Of City's Best-Known Residents
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Funeral services for Mrs. William Fitch whose death occurred at her home at 307 Anton Street Saturday morning at six o'clock will be held from the L. M. Frye Funeral Home, West Main Street tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock

Mrs. Fitch had been ill for some time and her death came quietly as she was sleeping. Mrs. Fitch, the former Jane Foster Ackinclose, was born in Whitley, England, May 18, 1874.

She had lived here since 1918 and was one of the city's well-known residents active in church, civic, social and hospital work. A lifelong Methodist, Mrs. Fitch belonged to the First Methodist Church of this city, was a charter member of its Woman's Society of Christian Service from its organization in 1940 following merger of the Women's Home and Foreign Missionary Societies with other women's divisions of the Church; the Class of Ruth of which she was teacher for 16 years, afterwards holding the post of assistant-teacher until her death. In club-work Mrs. Fitch served for many years as president of the Community Welfare Club of New Eagle, the family living in the Borough at the time, and was former member of the Monongahela Mothers Club.

For more than 30 years she was a director on the Advisory Board of the Methodist Home and Hospital for the Aged at Mount Lebanon. Her other affiliations over a long period of time were with the Women's Christian Temperance Union; Monongahela Chapter, No. 108, Order of the Eastern Star, of which her daughter, the late Miss Etna' R. Fitch headed as Worthy Matron in 1934; Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle, graduated at Chautauqua in 1926, also the Society of the Hall in the Grove composed of C. L. S. C. graduates. Mrs. Fitch was a woman of exceptional charm gracious and understanding, whose countless friends will treasure memories of their association with her.

A daughter, Mrs. Mary F. Morton, teacher in the New Eagle Schools, and a son, Everett of Jefferson, Pa., survive; also five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; two brothers, Garnet Ackinclose of Wilson, Pa., and Murrell Ackinclose of Youngstown, Ohio. Mrs. Fitch was preceded in death by Mr. Fitch, who died December 11, 1944; the youngest daughter, Evelyn Fitch Colvin, January 22, 1932, and Etna, June 23, 1952. Friends are being received at the Funeral Home. Officiating at funeral services tomorrow, afternoon will be her pastor, the Reverend Leonard H. Hoover, D. D., with interment taking place in Monongahela Cemetery.

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Re: Ackinclose Allegheny Pennsylvania
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 04 May 17 20:56 BST (UK) »
Hi RJ137

Wow that is amazing!!!  What a great amount of information you have given me to go on with I really appreciate it

Thank you
Barbara
selby graham cowans skelly vint foster maughan


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Re: Ackinclose Allegheny Pennsylvania
« Reply #3 on: Friday 05 May 17 15:45 BST (UK) »
The Daily Republican
Monongahela, Pennsylvania
Thursday, April 10, 1924 - Page 1

    Mrs. Mary Morgan

Mrs. Mary Morgan, aged 48 years, wife of the late Edward Morgan, died Tuesday evening at her home in Roscoe, of pneumonia. She was stricken with a severe cold about one week ago and pneumonia developed, causing her demise.

Mrs. Morgan was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ackinclose and a sister of Mrs. William Fitch, of New Eagle. She had many friends in Monongahela, who are grieved to learn of her sudden death. Surviving are one son her aged father, Robert Ackinclose, five brothers and Three sisters.

Funeral services will be held at the late home in Roscoe this evening at 7 o'clock. The body will be brought here Friday morning on the 10 o'clock street car for interment in Monongahela cemetery.

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Re: Ackinclose Allegheny Pennsylvania
« Reply #4 on: Friday 05 May 17 22:06 BST (UK) »
Hi RJ137
Some more great information  which helps a lot- could I ask for some more help? tonight I have been trying to find the death of Foster Murrell Ackinclose he died sometime between 1917 when he registered for the WW1 draught and before the 1920 Census as his wife Hazel is recorded as a widow in that census!

Thank you

Barbara
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Re: Ackinclose Allegheny Pennsylvania
« Reply #5 on: Saturday 06 May 17 01:36 BST (UK) »
"Mrs. Fitch had been ill for some time and her death came quietly as she was sleeping. Mrs. Fitch, the former Jane Foster Ackinclose, was born in Whitley, England, May 18, 1874.

Selby1977 would know that "Whitley" is in Northumberland in 1874.

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Re: Ackinclose Allegheny Pennsylvania
« Reply #6 on: Saturday 06 May 17 01:39 BST (UK) »
Foster died 5 Nov. 1918 in Dravosburg, Allegheny, Pennsylvania.  His name was transcribed as Foster Marell Ackinlose.

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Re: Ackinclose Allegheny Pennsylvania
« Reply #7 on: Saturday 06 May 17 11:36 BST (UK) »
Foster died of Influenza.  The doctor first saw him on the 29th October and he died on the Nov 5th at 9.35 am.

Here is the grave of Susannah Ackinclose:
https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=128675594


If you search findagrave for Ackinclose family in Pennsylvania there are 34 recorded deaths.

Ray
Denham [Hertford & London], Carter [Somerset], Francis, Badger [Pembroke, Glamorgan]

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Re: Ackinclose Allegheny Pennsylvania
« Reply #8 on: Saturday 06 May 17 12:42 BST (UK) »
Hi
Thanks for the Foster Murrell information- I still can't find his death anywhere on line- so has helped me move on.

Thanks again
selby graham cowans skelly vint foster maughan