CATHERINE KEYSER, middle of three(3) daughter of Peter & Mary KEYSER from Jenner, Jenners Township, Somerset County, PA.
1880 FEDERAL CENSUS ENUMERATION, Jenner twp, Somerset County, PA dated 23 June 1880 lists:
>KISEL, Peter HofH, A-27 (b1953) laborer
>KISEL, Mary, Wife, A-32 (b1848)
>KISEL, Lily, Dau, Age 4 (b1876)
>KISEL, Catherine. Dau, Age 4 (b1877)
>KISEL, Lydia, Dau, Age 1 (b1879)
CATHERINE KEYSER @ Age 18 married David OGLINE, Age 22, son of Civil War Veteran George C. & Mary Ann MELTZER-OGLINE living in Lincoln Township Somerset exchanged vows @ the County Court House on the 24th day of March 1894. The marriage is documented by County M/L & Appl #2282 as RECORDED IN MARRIAGE BOOK #7, Pg 196. The couple made their home in Jenners, and thereafter in Kline's Mill.
Te couple had four daughters:
+ Mary Elizabeth
CATHERINE & DAVID OGLINE moved to Boswell when David was hired to work in the Coal Mines there. Having complications for years after giving birth to dau Hattie, Catherine dies in 1909.
NO TOMBSTONE or OBITUARY has been discovered which provides a legacy of her life. After David gave up two of his three living children to foster care for adoption or placing, he lost whatever love they had for him. David died as he lived, alone and empty in 1915 buried next to Catherine.
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Mary Ellen Johnson Keyser Shaulis (1847 - 1908)
David Johan Ogline (1871 - 1915)
Mary Elizabeth Ogline (1895 - 1895)*
Matilda Mae Ogline (1897 - 1965)*
Laura Elizabeth Ogline (1899 - ____)*
Hattie Berkey Ogline-Spory (1901 - 1980)*
Horner-Mount Tabor Church Cemetery
Created by: G. Charles Ogline Lantay...
Record added: Jul 21, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55234324