Country Carpenter: Josiah C. Werner, 1863-1926
Catherine M. Rhoads
Gateway Press, 1991 - Carpenters - 128 pages
Adam Werner (1800-1876) and his wife, Anna Catharine Sass, came to America from Germany in 1854 settling in Pennsylvania. This is the life story of their grandson, Josiah C. Werner, a Pennsylvania carpenter.
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Werner Family Comes To America
Mother Dinan Smith Werner
Wife Lydia Stahl Werner
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Ackerman Adam ALLEGHENY MOUNTAINS Baer Baker Band barn Bauman Berlin Bill Bittner boards born brother Brothersvalley Twp brought building built carpenter Christian church coal Conrad contract Creek crew Daisy daughter Dennis diary died Dinah dinner Edison Edna Elizabeth farm father finished Fogle frame Fred Garrett George German Grafton Grand handles Harry hauling Hay's Henry horse included J.C.Werner JCW's John Josiah JULY JUNE letters Lewis lived Lydia married Mary Meyersdale mountain moved Naomi neighbors Northampton original painting Papa and Simon Papa came home parents Peter Pine Hill raised records Reformed Church Rhoads roof S.P.Werner side Simon Smith Somerset sons stable Stahl Summit syrup thru told took town Township Uncle Walker Walker barn Werner White wife