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|Death 02/09/1950||Nadler, Alice Adella, passed away on Thursday, Feb. 9, 1950.
She was born 03/13/1888, the daughter of John J. and Alice Adella Mead. On 02/20/1909 she married the late Floyd Shellito.
To this union were born two children, Mrs. Katherine Van Tassell
and Norman Shellito. She is also survived by her husband, Albert
Nadler and two sisters, Mrs. Grace Dell and Mrs. Viola Smith.
Burial in Evergreen Cemetery, Union City, PA.
|Death 12/23/1882||Nash, Orlando M. Phillipsville Tier 6 Lot 1|
|Death 4/4/1875||Nash, Susan Phillipsville Tier 6 Lot 1|
|Death 10/31/1972||Nash, Thomas Sr., 72, died at Union City Memorial Hospital. He was born on August 4, 1900 in Lynchburg, VA to Charles and Birdie Nash. He is survived by five daughters: Mrs. Lillian Bevington of Arkansas, Mrs. Dorothy Stutzman of Kissimmee, FL, and Mrs. Jane Armstrong, Mrs. Thelma Briudenbaugh, Mrs. Joan Farmer, all of Pittsburgh; and two sons: Thomas Jr. and James, both of Pittsburgh; three brothers: Earl and Clarence of Pittsburgh and William (Fred) of Union City; and thirteen grandchildren. He was buried in Beaverdam Cemetery.|
|Death 12/30/1932||Nason, A.H., age 91, passed away at the home of his son, Roy B.,
on Saturday, Dec. 30, 1932. He was born 05/18/1842, and married Louisa E. Brown on 09/27/1865. He is survived by his
wife and son.
|Birth 08/05/1929||Nason, a son, born to Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Nason, on August 5, 1929.|
|Death 02/21/1936||Nassalik, Sophie, age 49, passed away on Feb. 21, 1936. Burial
in St. Teresa’s Cemetery, Union City, PA.
|Birth 03/28/1890||Neal, a daughter, born to Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Neal, on Wednesday,
March 28, 1890.
|Birth 12/20/1897||Neal, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. H.N. Neal on Monday, Dec. 20,
|Birth 04/10/1901||Neal, a son, born to Mr. and Mrs. H.N. Neal on Wednesday,
April 10, 1901.
|Death 05/19/1915||Neal, Henry N., age 61, died at his residence on Bridge St, Union City, on Wednesday, May 19, 1915. He was born in Rochester
Mills, PA. He is survived by his wife, Virginia Clark Neal and
|Death||Neal, Virginia, widow of the late Roy Neal, passed away at the
home of her daughter Mrs. Paul Coe in Warren, PA. Besides
Mrs. Coe, she is survived by another daughter, Mrs. S. Chaffee,
and a son Robert.
|Birth 05/10/1908||Needham, Jack Welker, born to Mr. and Mrs. John Needham on
Sunday, May 10, 1908.
|Death 04/05/1935||Neilson, infant son, of Mr. Folmer Neilson passed away on
April 5, 1935. Burial in Columbus Cemetery.
|Death 07/20/1957||Nelson, Agnes, age 80, passed away at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Nina Burton. Besides Mrs. Burton, she is survived by another sister, Anna Alford; five brothers, Frank, Lee, Clay, Tom,
and Raymond Nelson. Burial in St. Teresa’s Cemetery, Union City, PA.
|Birth 10/09/1944||Nelson, Bonnie Lee, born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nelson on
Monday, October 9, 1944.
|Birth 05/12/1957||Nelson, Brenda Marie, born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nelson (Julia
Trojak) on Sunday, May 12, 1957.
|Death 08/08/1947||Nelson, Charles , passed away on Friday, Aug. 8, 1947. Surviving
are his wife, three sisters, Mrs. Nina Burton, Mrs. Anna Alford,
and Agnes Nelson; five brothers Clayton, Frank, Leo, Paul and Raymond.
|Birth 04/25/1939||Nelson, Janice Zella, born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nelson on
Tuesday, April 25, 1939.
|Birth 06/15/1917||Nelson, John William, born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson on
Friday, June 15, 1917.
|Birth 05/07/1889||Nelson, a son, born to Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson, on Sunday,
May 7, 1899.
|Birth 10/25/1937||Nelson, a son, born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nelson on Monday,
Oct. 25, 1937.
|Birth 03/23/1926||Nelson, Marvin Francis, born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson on
Tuesday, March 23, 1926.
|Death 12/03/1943||Nelson, Mary, age 75, passed away on Thursday, Dec. 3, 1943.
She is survived by two sons, Raymond and Bruce and three
|Death 04/29/1866||Nelson, Mary Jane, age 26 yrs., 17 days, wife of Addison Nelson,
passed away on April 29, 1866.
|Death 10/27/1961||Nelson, Nellie Ione Hanson, age 65, passed away at Waterford, PA on Oct. 27, 1961. A former Union City resident, she is survived by her husband Paul B. Nelson; two sons, Rex and
Paul B. Jr.; a brother, Albert Hanson and a sister Mrs. Marion
Weakley. Burial in Evergreen Cemetery, Union City, PA.
|Birth 09/24/1954||Nelson, Barbara Ann, born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nelson (Julia
Trojak) on Friday, Sept 24, 1954.
|Death 04/28/1930||Nelson, Mrs., passed away on Monday, April 28, 1930, at the
home of her mother Mrs. Nelson Alford.
|Death 3/12/1974||Nesbit, Emma N., 88, is survived by a niece, Mrs. Francis (Rebecca) Mullen of Union City; a nephew, William N. Mulkie of Erie; two grandnieces; and one grandnephew. She was buired in Evergreen Cemetery.|
|Death 08/05/1931||Nesbit, Mrs. Joseph, age 76, passed away Wednesday, Aug. 5,
1931. Survived by three children.
|Birth 06/20/1924||Newell, Raymond Vance, born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Newell on
June 20, 1924.
|7/12/1854-3/20/1855||Newsham, Ann Phillipsville Tier 11 Lot 2|
|1840-1881||Newsham, Nancy Phillipsville Tier 2 Lot 2|
|1846-1908||Newsham, Ella G. Phillipsville Tier 11 Lot 3|
|10/5/1837-7/27/1838||Newsham, Ella G. Phillipsville Tier 11 Lot 3|
|10/5/1837-7/27/1838||Newsham, Mary Ann Phillipsville Tier 11 Lot 3|
|2/12/1812-11/13/1882||Newsham, Mary R. Phillipsville Tier 11 Lot 3|
|1865-1922||Newsham, Minnie Phillipsville Tier 2 Lot 2|
|1872-1944||Newsham, Roll Phillipsville Tier 2 Lot 2|
|1835-1906||Newsham, William Phillipsville Tier 2 Lot 2|
|Death 02/06/1936||Newton, Caroline Lewis, age 80, died at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Rose Lewis Thompson on Thursday, Feb. 6, 1936.
|Death 08/30/1932||Newton, Glenn Earl, passed away on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 1932.
Besides his wife and son, Raymond, he is survived by two sisters.
|Birth 11/27/1943||Newton, Lawrence Lavern, born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Newton on Saturday, Nov. 27, 1943.|
|Birth 02/18/1946||Newton, a child, born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Newton on Monday, Feb. 18, 1946.|
|Death 08/02/1927||Newton, Sarah Ann, age 79, passed away on Tuesday, Aug. 2,
1927. Surviving is a daughter Mrs. Friend Shontz. Internment in
Kiser Hill Cemetery.
|Death 4/8/1975||Nichols, Bessie Boyd, 78, is survived by three sisters: Mrs. Hazel Weidenbach of Laramie, WY; Mrs. Edna Bedow of Union City and Mrs. Blanche Consider of Meadville; and several nieces and nephews. She was buried in Evergreen Cemetery.|
|Birth 09/11/1953||Nichols, Kay Elaine, born to Mr. and Mrs. Rexford Nichols (Helen McGill) on Friday, Sept. 11, 1953.|
|Death 09/21/1958||Nichols, Kimberly, age 11 months, passed away on Sunday,
Sept. 21, 1958. Born the daughter Mrs. Jacqueline Nichols,
she is also survived by her paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Nichols. Burial in Pine Grove Cemetery, Corry, PA.
|Death 04/05/1957||Nichols, Lloyd M., age 68, passed away at the home of his son,
Marcus Nichols on Friday, April 5, 1957. He is also survived by
another son Harry; two daughters, Mrs. George Hart and Mrs.
Bernard Fuller. Burial in St. Teresa’s Cemetery, Union City, PA.
|Birth 10/26/1952||Nichols, a daughter, born to Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Nichols (Lucy
Ross) on Sunday, Oct. 26, 1952.
|Death 3/12/1977||Nichols, Mayme, 82, died at her son Willie Nichols’ home in Cranesville. She is survived by two daughters: Mrs. Doris Willey of Cambridge Springs and Mrs. Rachael Nutt of Westerville, OH; three sons: Willie Nichols of Cranesville, Rexford (Ted) Nichols of Union City; Wendell Nichols of Cambridge Springs; ten grandchildren and nine great grandchildren; one sister Mrs. Marion Morton of Union City; and one brother, Glenn King of Harborcreek. She was buried in Loomis Cemetery.|
|Birth 03/30/1957||Nichols, a son, born to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Nichols (Beatrice Dailey) on March 30, 1957.|
|Birth 04/21/1945||Nichols, a daughter, born to Mr. and Mrs. Rexford Nichols on Saturday. April 21, 1945.|
|Death 12/10/2003||Nichols, Shirley A. Campbell, died at Corry Memorial Hospital. She was born on July 19, 1935 in Union City to Theodore and Dorthea Murdock Campbell. She was preceded in death by her former husband, Charles Nichols, in 1995; a brother, Frederick Campbell; and an infant sister, Lucille Campbell. She is survived by two daughters: Sherry Jackson and Beverly Nichols of Corry; three sons: Michael Nichols of Erie and Charles Nichols and Patrick Nichols and his wife, Becky, all of Corry; three sisters: Joanne Terwilliger of Buell Corners, Martha Gee and her husband, Lee, of Corry and Joyce Johnson of Erie; a brother, Theodore Campbell of Elgin; fourteen grandchildren; seventeen great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.|
|Birth 04/03/1945||Nick, James Theodore, Jr., born to Mr. and Mrs. James T. Nick on
Tuesday, April 3, 1945.
|Death||Nickerson, a child, age 4months, 7 days. Survived by parents
Mr. and Mrs, F.S. Nickerson.
|Birth 04/12/1896||Nickerson, a daughter, born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nickerson, on
Sunday April 12, 1896.
|Birth 07/07/1897||Nickerson, a son, born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nickerson on Wednesday, July 7, 1897.|
|Death 06/24/1945||Nickerson, Freeman, age 42, passed away on Sunday, June 24,
1945. He is survived by his wife and his mother, Mary Nickerson. Burial in Sherman N.Y.
|Death 01/25/1948||Nickerson, Hiram, age 78, passed away at the home of his sister,
Mrs. Grace Gross on Jan. 25, 1948. Survivors include two other
sisters, Mrs. R.W. Orr and Mrs. D. E. Throop; one brother, A. J.
|Death 10/31/1941||Nickerson, Melvin Andrews, son of H.A. Nickerson, passed away
on Oct. 31, 1941. Survivors include a wife and two children.
|Death 01/06/1941||Nicklson, Sandra Lee, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Folmar
Nicklson, passed away Monday, Jan. 6, 1941. Burial in David
Custiss cemetery, Columbus, PA.
|Death 1/10/1974||Nicks, Milton K. Sr., 60, died at Union City Memorial Hospital. He was born in Erie on May 27, 1913 to Charles and Maude Nicks. He was preceded in death by a son, Richard Nicks, in 1950. He is survived by his wife, Anne; two sons: Milton K. Nicks Jr. of Hanover and Paul E. Nicks of Houston; his mother, Mrs. Maude Marshall of Erie; one sister, Miss Thelma Nicks; a brother, Marshall Nicks, both of Erie; five grandsons; and several nieces and nephews. He was buried in St. Teresa’s Cemetery.|
|Birth 04/10/1948||Nicks, Paul, born to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nicks (Anna Beezub)
on April 10, 1948.
|Birth 09/15/1937||Nicks, twin sons, born to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nicks, Sr. (Anna Beezub) on Sept. 15, 1937.|
|Death 08/30/1950||Nicks, Richard John, age 3, passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 30,
1950. Besides his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nicks, Sr., he is
survived by two brothers, Milton, Jr. and Paul.
|Death 08/01/1932||Nielsen, Bertha, wife of Folmar Nielsen, passed away on Monday
Aug. 1, 1932. Survivors, include her husband; one daughter; and
|Birth 06/12/1927||Nielsen, a daughter, born to Mr. and Mrs. Folmar Nielsen, on
Sunday June 12, 1927.
|Birth 12/07/1941||Nielsen, Edward Folmar, born to Mr. and Mrs. Folmar Nielsen,
on Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941.
|Death 4/1/1974||Nielsen, Folmar, 74, was born in Denmark on December 21, 1899 to Chris and Lena Nielsen. He is survived by his wife, Winnie; a son, Edward F. Nielsen of Indianapolis; two daughters: Mrs. Mary Vanderhoff of Union City and Mrs. Sylvia Irish of Erie; a brother, Laurence Nielsen of Erie; a sister, Mrs. Thalia Peterson of Boulder, CO; eight grandchildren; two great grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.|
|Birth 09/26/1940||Nielsen, Sandra Lee, born to Mr. and Mrs. Folmar Nielsen on Thursday, Sept. 26, 1940.|
|Death 11/11/1930||Nieskorski, Puis, age 42, passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 1930.|
|Death 03/27/1926||Niles, Henry H. passed away on Saturday, March 27, 1926. He is
survived by his wife, Mary, and one daughter.
|Death 12/25/1929||Niles, Mary, passed away on Dec. 25, 1929. She is survived by
one daughter and three brothers.
|Birth 04/24/1948||Nitschke, Carl Walter, born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nitschke (Louella Morton) on Saturday, April 24, 1948.|
|Birth 04/02/1947||Nitschke, Carolyn Louise, born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nitschke
(Louella Morton) on Wednesday, April 2, 1947.
|Birth 03/30/1950||Nitschke, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wallace Nitschke,
(Luella Morton) on Thursday, March 30, 1950.
|Birth 12/13/1958||Noble, John Eugene, born to Mr. and Mrs. John Noble (Patricia
Metzenbacher) on Saturday, Dec. 12, 1958.
|Birth 11/26/1900||Nontony or Montony, son born to Mr. and Mrs. John Nontony or Montony Mon., November 26, 1900.|
|Death 11/29/1922||Northrop, Annie Lawrence, passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 11,
1922. She is survived by her husband and five children.
|Birth 01/07/1901||Northrop, a daughter, born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Northrop on
Monday, January 7, 1901.
|Death 10/03/1959||Northrop, Claude, age 82, passed away at Saegertown, on Saturday, Oct. 3, 1959. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Ritterbusch; one son, Donald Northrop; two sisters,
Mrs. Murl Aiken and Mrs. Frederick Luce. Burial in Evergreen
Cemetery, Union City, PA.
|Death 05/02/1906||Northrop, Mrs. Daniel B., died at the home of her son, Leavitt
Northrop on Wednesday, May 2, 1906. Born in Conn. in 1824;
she married D.B. Northrop in 1842. To this union were born
seven children, five sons and two daughters, of which only
Leavitt and Perry Northrop survive. Burial in Evergreen Cemetery.
|Death 09/1903||Northrop, Darius D., age 54, passed away in September of 1903.
He is survived by his widow and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.B.
|Death 09/24/1922||Northrop, Eliza J., age 83, passed away on Sunday, Sept. 24, 1922.She is survived by two daughters.|
|Death 02/23/1922||Northrop, Esther, passed away on Thursday, Feb. 23, 1922, at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. George Ellis, with whom she made
|Death 04/17/1911||Northrop, Harvey, age 81, passed away on Monday,
April 17, 1911. He was born in Warren Co on 11/03/1830; married Eliza Hatfield on 06/24/1857. They had seven children,
four of whom with his wife and mother survive. They are,
Mrs. Carrie Liggett, Mrs. Julia Ketchum, Mrs. Beatrice Holmes,
and Bert Northrop. A Civil War veteran, he served for 3 years and 8 months.
|Death 01/03/1940||Norris, John Edward, age 78, passed away at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Clair Gardner on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 1940. He is
survived by three daughters and two grandchildren. Burial in
Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Cemetery.
|Birth 02/20/1905||Northrop, a son, born to Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Northrop on Sunday,
Feb. 20, 1905.
|Birth 04/13/1927||Northrop, John Merle, born to Mr. and Mrs. Murl Northrop on
Wednesday, April 13, 1927.
|Death 04/02/1929||Northrop, Emma Louise, passed away on Tuesday, april 2, 1929.
She was born Emma Louise Durfner in 1865; she was married to
Mr. Leavitt Northrop in 1899.
|Death 01/08/1906||Northrop, Lincoln, age 40, a former Union City resident, died
on Monday, Jan. 8, 1906 at Boston, Mass. He leaves his wife
and two children.
|Death 03/29/1957||Northrop, Maude, age 79, wife of Claude Northrop, passed away
on Friday, March 29, 1957. She is survived by her husband,
a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Ritterbusch; a son, Donald Northrop,
three sisters, Mrs. Will Hule, Mre. Della McKibben and Mrs,
Grace Weed; a brother, Raymond Carroll. Burial in Evergreen
Cemetery, Union City, PA.
|Death 02/22/1917||Northrop, Ralph, passed away on Feb. 22, 1917. He was the
son of Leavitt Northrop.
|1868-1933||Norton, Sarah Turner Phillipsville Tier 6 Lot 6|
|Death 01/25/1931||Northrop, Miss Ruth, passed away on Sunday, Jan. 25, 1931. She
is survived by her step-father and two sisters.
|Death 07/16/1956||Nosalik, Walter, age 65, passed away on Monday, July 16, 1956.
Besides his wife Stephanie, the deceased is survived by the following children and step children; Mrs. Hanora Mucho, Mrs. Betty Stofo, Mrs. Mary soback, Mrs. Stella Coveleski, Mrs. Amelia Falandysz, Mrs. Gal Danielczuk, Mrs. Helen Starr, and
Thaddeus, Charles, and Stanley Nosalik, Joseph and Stanley
|Birth 03/22/1920||Nova, Julianna Marie, born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nova on
Monday, March 22, 1920.
|Death 11/09/1902||Nugent, Bridget, age 71, passed away on Sunday, Nov. 9, 1902.
She was the wife of John Nugent. Funeral at St. Teresa’s Church.
|Death 01/19/1953||Nugent, James, age 78, funeral services were held on Jan. 19, 1953. He was survived by a George Nugent and a niece, Marie
Nugent. Burial in St. Teresa’s Cemetery.
|Death 06/22/1904||Nugent, John, passed away on Wednesday, June 22, 1904.
Funeral services were held at St. Teresa’s Church.
|Death 09/18/1909||Nugent, Mamie, died suddenly on Saturday, Sept 18, 1909. She
was the daughter of Mrs. Frank Kelley. Burial in St. Teresa’s
Cemetery, Union City, PA.
|Death 04/02/1932||Nugent, Miss Margaret, age 79, passed away on Saturday, April 2,
1932. 1932. She is survived by one brother, James. Internment in
St. Teresa’s Cemetery.
Nugent, Margaret, passed away on July 1, 1932. She is survived
by three brothers and a sister. Burial in St. Teresa’s Cemetery,
Union City, PA.
|Death 01/14/1928||Nugent, Michael, Francis, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 14, 1928. He was born in 1865; united in marriage to Sarah Agnes
Mechan; to this union were born two children. His mother
died in 1902, his father in 1903. Funeral Services were conducted at St. Teresa’s Church.
|Death 06/02/1902||Nugent, Michael, age 24 years, died on Monday, June 2, 1902.|
|Birth 04/02/1901||Nugent, a son, born to Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Nugent, on Tuesday,
April 2, 1901.
|Death 01/11/1881||Nugent, Patrick Sr., age about 76, died on Jan. 11, 1881.|
|Death 09/12/1951||Nugent, Sarah, age 92, widow of the late Michael Nugent.
She passed away at the home of her daughter, Marie Nugent.
She is survived by Marie and one son, George.
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