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|Baker, Daniel A., 1878 - 1942 -Father-; Mary E., 1886 - 1970 -Mother- Daniel A. & Mary E. (Herold) Baker, parents of Katherine (Jehn), Rita, Helen, Joseph, Mary, Mildred & Margaret.|
|Baker, Mildred, 1909 - 1910; Margaret, 1914 - 1915 Children of Dan & Mary Baker.|
|Holloway, Myra A., 1840 - 1926 Myra (Adderley) Holloway was born April 1840 in England, married Jeremiah Holloway in England in December 1863. They came to United States in Oct. of 1867 with two children, William & Jeremiah (who died in infancy).|
|Holloway, Jeremiah, 1837 - 1910 Jeremiah was born in England, June 1837. Jeremiah was a sheet metal roller. Jeremiah & his wife Myra had the following children: William Isaac, b. June 1865 in England; Jeremiah, died in infancy; Ann Elizabeth born Jan. 1868, OH; Percival born Nov. 1871 in OH; Oscar P., born 1873 in OH; Jeremniah born 1876 in OH; Edna born 1880 in KY; Irwin Albert born Dec. 1880 in KY.|
|Holloway, Oscar P., 1873 - 1935 Son of Jeremiah & Myra (Adderley) Holloway.|
|Holloway, William I., 1865 - 1950 William Isaac Holloway, first born son of Myra & Jeremiah. Worked for the American Rolling Mill Co. for many years. Died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. (Nellie) Paul Sieverling of Short Hills, NJ with whom he had been living.|
|Holloway, Percival, 1871 - 1953; Anna (Kleiber), 1866 - 1949 Percival, son of Myra A. & Jeremiah Holloway. Anna Kleiber, wife of Percival & dau. of August & Catherine (Werner) Kleiber. Percival & Anna has two children; Catherine (Davis) & Percival George Holoway. Both Percival & his father Jeremiah worked in the rolling mills. He later worked at the Decker Meat Packing Plant.|
|Holloway, Oscar I., 1891 - 1930 Son of William & Nellie (Craig) Holloway. Oscar served in WWI. He married a woman named Georgia, surname unknown. Click here for close view.|
|Holloway, Nellie A., 1867 - 1944Nellie A. Craig was born in KY, wife of William I. Holloway. They had 6 children; Robert, Nellie, Charles, William & Harry.|
|Holloway, Irwin Albert, 1880 - 1915 Youngest son of Jeremiah & Myra A. Holloway. Husband of Cleo Collar, father of elemor & Martha. Worked as mail clerk, Pennsylvania Railroad.|
|Holloway, Charles T., 1897 - 1922 Son of William & Nellie (Craig) Holloway. Served as a Marine during WWI, never married. Oscar served in WWI and was subjected to mustard gas. He eventually died from the exposure, once he was back in U.S. He used to sleep in a tent in his yard in order to get fresh air because breathing had become difficult.|
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