|Birth: ||Aug. 18, 1866|
|Death: ||Sep. 6, 1914|
1900 PA Census: Blair Co. Roaring Spring Borough, ed 89, p. 8a, lines 42-49
Series T623, roll 1382, dwelling 161, family 161, Locust St., 6 June 1900
Aaron ALBRIGHT, Head, Aug 1866, 33, m. 15, Pa/Pa/Pa, Day laborer
Lizzie, Wife, Jul 1867, 32, m. 15, 8/5, Pa/Pa/Pa
Howard, Son, Mar 1886, 14; Florence, dau, Oct 1892, 7
Clarence, son, May 1894, 6; Olney, son, Aug 1895, 4; Harry, son, Apr 1899, 1
William SHAFER, B-in-law, Apr 1876, 24, single, day laborer
1910 PA Census: Blair Co. Roaring Spring, Locust St., ed 82, p. 5a, lines 40-44
Series T624, roll 1318, dwelling 90, family 91, 19 April 1910
Aaron ALBRIGHT, Head, age 44, marr. (1st time) 24 yrs, b. Penna., parents b. Penna., Laborer: Paper Mill
Lizzie L., wife, age 42, marr. (1st time) 24 yrs, b. Penna., parents b. Penna.
Florence, dau, age 18; Clarence, son, age 15; Harry, son, age 11
Blair County Genealogical Society, Morrisons Cove Herald Obituary Collection, vol. 14, p. 43
Death of Aaron Albright.
Aaron Albright, a citizen of Roaring Spring, died at 5.30 o'clock Sunday evening, after a short illness of typhoid fever. His death came as a great shock to his relatives and many friends for although very ill, his condition was not supposed to be so serious until a few hours before his death.
Mr. Albright was one of Roaring Spring's most progressive citizens and a trusted workman. After having served for many years as an employe of the D.M. Bare Paper Co., he was seven years ago promoted to the position of foreman of the finishing department of this establishment, in which way he was creditably serving them when he received the summons to a better world. He was a member of the Church of God at that place. He also belonged to the Independent Order of Red Men, of Winnebago tribe, Altoona, and the Knights of the Golden Eagle at Roaring Spring.
He was born at Roaring Spring, August 18, 1866, was the son of Levi and Elizabeth Albright, both having preceded him to the eternal world. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth, four children, Howard, Florence, Clarence and Harry, and three brothers and one sister, Albert, David, Charles and Mrs. Sarah McIlnay.
Funeral services were held in the Church of God at that place at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning. Interment was made in Greenlawn cemetery.
[Morrisons Cove "Herald" issue of Friday, 11 September 1914]
Levi B. Albright (1834 - 1905)
Elizabeth Reininger Albright (1833 - 1906)
Elizabeth L. Shaffer Albright (1867 - 1945)
Howard S. Albright (1886 - 1978)*
Clara M. Albright (1888 - 1889)*
Olney Albright (1895 - 1900)*
Harry S. Albright (1899 - 1958)*
Chester Albright (1902 - 1902)*
Samuel R. Albright (1856 - 1908)*
Albert Albright (1858 - 1935)*
Sarah Albright McIlnay (1861 - 1918)*
David Albright (1863 - 1917)*
Aaron W. Albright (1866 - 1914)
AARON W. ALBRIGHT | 1866 -- 1914
ELIZABETH L. HIS WIFE | 1867 -- 1945
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