Name: Jim Gibson
Date: 10/12/2012 Message: well, my brother Craig, is looking for info, regarding genealogy.
Name: Diane (moore) Kerr
Date: 06/07/2012 Message: Very nice website. thabjyou for your work and time.
Name: Susan Taubert
Date: 04/02/2012 Message: I was raised in the Gibson Terrace from 1950 to 1968 by my grand parents Ernest and Susan Bower any one remembering them please contact me at my home email email@example.com thanks
Susan Mettert Taubert
Name: Robert Lindsay
Date: 03/07/2012 Message: I believe David Lindsay was the original owner of the property Connellsville now occupies! Would anyone there wish to discuss this information?
Name: Thomas Keefer
Date: 01/06/2012 Message: Nice website.
My father John Keefer is buried in Connellsville.
Name: Marlene J. Ford
Date: 10/05/2011 Message: Helen Ford McCarthy died in 1923. She was buried in Hill Grove Cemetery. How can I find the exact date of her death? Headstone only has year on it.
Name: Patricia Dixon Filoni
Date: 06/17/2011 Message:
Nice site. Now know more.
Will attend Crossing event
on Sat. Did'nt know about
Name: Ken & Linda Parkany
Date: 04/05/2011 Message: Thank you for preserving your city's history. Will have to visit personally as we're doing genealogy on Linda's family. 1900 census found her grandmother living there, age 3, one of ten kids and father employed as a 'day laborer'. We have many questions needing answered.
Name: colette secrest
Date: 10/16/2010 Message: hello. my name is colette secrest and i would like to join your mailing list because i love history and such. thank you.
Name: Lcpl Sherwood J.R
Date: 09/13/2009 Message: I grew up in connnellsville. Spent 20 years of my life there. While i was there i must admit i thought i hated it. But once i got out and have had a chance to see the world i realize we have a very special little city. There is nothing like it i've been too. I do miss it dearly but im sure im partial do to the fact that i grew up there. It's nice to get a little more history of our city. It would be nice if they would go more indepth in CAHS on the history of Connellsville. Can't wait to move back and maybe see some more history made.... Semper Fi
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.