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Monday, August 16th, 2010

This is a view of the Cheat River running north and south. Route No. 50 runs east and west across the top over the Cheat River. Route No. 72 runs north and south Route No. 72 is on the very western edge of “Lead Mine” which is under Route 50 on Route No. 38 Route No. [...]

GOOGLEEARTH_IMAGE.JPG Furnace Hill on a Cedar Creek branch.

Monday, August 16th, 2010

The end of Furnace Lane ends at Furnace Run, the dark green strip on the right that seperates the tree line with the grassy area. Going south (down) Furnace Run joins Fall Run that flows from Cedar Creek as branches. GoogleEarth_Image.jpg 84 kB   Weergeven   Downloaden  

GOOGLEEARTH_IMAGE.JPG Furnace Hill-Branch of Cedar Creek

Monday, August 16th, 2010

This is a potential site for Furnace Hill in land description. GoogleEarth_Image.jpg 119 kB   Weergeven   Downloaden  

GOOGLEEARTH_IMAGE.JPG North Braddock Lot No. 5

Monday, August 16th, 2010

This is the “other” Lot No. 5 at approximately 52 North Braddock Street. To your left/west is the parking area that comes through from North Washington Street (St. Martin’s Lane). The dividing line between these two Lot No. 5s would be the line we previously drew on the first visual that appears to be an [...]

GOOGLEEARTH_IMAGE.JPG North Washington (St. Martin’s Lane) Lot 5

Monday, August 16th, 2010

On your right/east would be the Lot 5 that faced St. Martin’s Lane (now North Washington Street). Pictured from the parking area going (up/north) towards West Amherst Street. GoogleEarth_Image.jpg 58 kB   Weergeven   Downloaden  

GOOGLEEARTH_IMAGE.JPG North Washington Side, Lot No. 5

Monday, August 16th, 2010

This would be the parking area going through your Lot No. 5 GoogleEarth_Image.jpg 56 kB   Weergeven   Downloaden  


Monday, August 16th, 2010

    Lot No. 4 West Amherst Street: top of picture Corner North Washington and West Amherst Streets:  Red roof buildings on southeast corner Lot No. 5 One third of the way down/south North Washington Street: on left/west North Braddock Street: on right/east White/light colored roofs across from street to street, alley in middle. Lot [...]

The Kerlin Plot, Cave Hill Cemetery

Tuesday, March 13th, 2007

The Kerlin’s are buried in Section A, Lot 2 at Cave Hill cemetery, which is just to the right as you enter the cemetery on Entrance Avenue. ( On this map, it is at the beginning of the road marked solid white line, at the top).

The Carbis’ In Pittsburgh, 1872

Friday, December 10th, 2004