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Samuel L. Kerlin

Monday, June 25th, 2007

    ( History of Indiana County, Penn’a.. Newark, Ohio: J.A. Caldwell, 1880. )   SAMUEL L. KERLIN was born in 1857, in Louisville, Ky., and was a son of Henry T. and Margaret Kerlin nee Carbis, daughter of Captain Samuel and Mary A. Carbis nee Logan. Captain Carbis, since 1836, has been steamboating in [...]

Lot 2, Section A, Cave Hill Cemetery

Tuesday, March 13th, 2007

The last few weeks, I have been going over the photos and info that I gathered a few years ago when we spent about 1 hour at Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville. The Kentucky Death Records are very informative, that is how I could find the address of the last house that Henry lived in. [...]

What The….

Tuesday, April 11th, 2006

In an attempt to find Sam Kerlin in the 1860 census, I look once more for Maggie Carbis, for Henry Kerlin. Nada. While the children eat lunch, I decide to look at the census of 1860 once more. One thing I know about the Carbis family is that they usually live next door to each [...]


Monday, April 10th, 2006

In 1850, the Carbis family is listed as living in the borough of Lawrenceville, county of Allegheny, PA. August 20, 1850. The family : Rachel Logan, 56, female, born in Maryland. ( 1794) Samuel Carbours ( Carbis), 38, male, Mate on Steam Boat, born in England. (1812) Mary Anne Carbis, 28, female , wife, born [...]

Maggie Carbis, 9 Years Old

Sunday, March 19th, 2006

I have spent many a Sunday afternoon trying to find the Samuel Carbis family in any census taken after 1840 and before 1870. Today I found them, in the census of 1850, by doing a search on the name Samuel. And here they all are, including a wee Maggie Carbis and Mary Ann Logan’s mother, [...]

Maggie’s Sister

Sunday, February 12th, 2006

And here she is, Virginia Carbis Burd. Maggie’s sister.

1900 Census

Sunday, October 9th, 2005



Thursday, October 6th, 2005


A Question-

Friday, December 17th, 2004


1833, A Wedding

Wednesday, December 15th, 2004