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New Information on Clyde Black Death

New Information on Clyde Black Death

I just found out that the National Archives has vintage newspapers online, and decided to do some searches. I found this article about a terrible horse/carriage/train accident that killed little Clyde Black, son of Robert J. and Blanche Coursin Black, and injured Samuel L. Black. There is also a follow-up article on the condition of […]

Coursin Family in Western Pennsylvania

Coursin Family in Western Pennsylvania

Coursin Family (The material below is reproduced for educational use only under the fair use policy of the copyright law) -from History of Western Pennsylvania, pg. 633:The history of the Coursin family in Pennsylvania begins with Peter Coursin, who came to Allegheny County from his native state, New Jersey, prior to the year 1800, and […]

Albert Hare Biography

Albert Hare Biography

Albert Hare, M.D. Biography (From ‘History of Allegheny County’, page 754) Albert Hare, M.D., Tarentum, son of Robert and Sarah (Flack) Hare, was born in Tarentum, in 1855. His grandfather, Thomas hare, with his brothers, James and Robert, came from Ireland locating in Tarentum, in 1841, and secured a contract to build a section of […]