Name: Thomas Lieb
Date: 08/10/2015 Message: Related in some ways to the Soisson Family that settled in Connellsville. Joseph, I believe, was in the brick industry.
Name: Hank Stansbury
Date: 07/11/2015 Message: Am looking for data on Henry Logan, mother's family. 1900 census has his family at 508 W Gibson Av. He's buried at St. Joseph's Cemetery with wife Elizabeth and son. Very nice site you have here.
Name: Janet Brooks Koozer
Date: 09/29/2014 Message: I am interested in any information of the Brooks/Seltzer families.
Also- Burch/Gray, Burch/Cole
and Cole/Shuff families.
Janet Brooks Koozer
Name: Beverly Critchfield Moschetti
Date: 09/29/2013 Message: Thank you for writing this book. I can't wait to order it.
Name: Pat Bittinger
Date: 04/28/2013 Message: I lived in So.Connellsville and graduated from CAHS in 1971. Love the history of our towns. I'll have to stop in my next visit to Connellsville.
Name: Pam Bartholomai
Date: 04/22/2013 Message: sORRY i HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO MAKE IT TO ANY MEETINGS.i'LL SEE YOU AT THE RIVER CROSSING.
Click on the link above (a new window will open) to view the newly installed stained glass window depicting the Mt. Vernon Iron Furnace placed in the Society's future home - THE GIBSON HOUSE on West Patterson Avenue. It was designed and crafted by Society Member and Fayette County Cultural Trust Executive Director Daniel Cocks. The stained glass was purchased through Youghiogheny Opalescent Glass in Connellsville and Dan donated his skill, craftsmanship and time. It was installed by Dan and Michael Edwards on Saturday, April 25, 2009.