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Rebecca Jane (Stewart) Hagerty, 4/15/1868-8/3/1940, d/o David & Mary Ann (Davis) Stewart  Contributor:  Gene Stewart

Rebecca Jane (Stewart) Hagerty & daughter Hildred, 1918, Osteen, FL  Contributor:  Gene Stewart

Ida May (Harencane) Parks, 2/11/1870-4/22/1944, d/o Jacob & Catherine Harencane (also spelled Herencane or Harencame), photographed in 1916.  Ida May first married Emanuel James Parks, 7/4/1861-1/13/1908, then George W. H. Cupples, in 1917.  Contributor: Jim Kennedy

Maggie (Brandt) Harmon, born 1871 in Wilmore. Parents were George and Levina Crily. Adopted by Sarah Wagner of Altoona. Married William H. Harmon in 1886 at St. John's in Altoona.  Contributor: Patty Millich

William H. Harmon, born to Henry and Emma (Bauer) Harmon, immigrants from Germany, on July 30 1867.  He died of consumption in January 1899, leaving a widow, Maggie (Brandt) Harmon and children, Joe, John, Leo, Margaret and Catherine.  He was an Altoona native and operated a milk depot in Altoona.  Contributor: Patty Millich

Cresswell Harpster, born October 9, 1911, at age 2 years 3 months  Contributor: Gene Warner

Hayes-Nofsker Album  Contributor: Veronica Buxton

H. Heffley, 1907  Contributor: Gene Warner

Martin L. Henry, father of Ruth Irene (Henry) Hoffman in his fireman's uniform, date unknown  Contributor: Debra Krist

Cecil Irwin Henshey, c1910 studio photograph; son of Henry S. and Louisa (Swope) Henshey, born and grew up on the family farm in Antis Township   Contributor: Jean Smith

Louisa M. (Irwin) Henshey, c1900; wife of Henry Swope Henshey, and daughter of Adie C. and Nancy (Grazier) Irwin.  Born in Antis Township on 2/11/1850, she died on the Henshey farm in Antis Township on 1/3/1939.   Contributor: Jean Smith

Gilbert Hess  Contributor: Gene Warner

Harry E. Hess funeral cortege with full honors, 7/3/1921  Contributor: Gene Warner

Hollidaysburg & Gaysport, 1878  Contributor:  Gene Stewart

Jack Holtzenger  Contributor: Gene Warner

Jackson Holtzenger, 12 years old, at Lakemont, January 16, 1909  Contributor: Gene Warner

Sarah (Hoover) Walls   Seated on the left: Sarah Catherine "Sadie" (Hoover) Walls. Born 11/11/1856, daughter of George S. and Mary (McCoy) Hoover.  She married Michael E. Walls 12/20/1894, and died 3/31/1951.  Seated on the right: (Possibly) Mary Jane Craig, wife of her son, Martin Claude Walls.  Contributor: April Van Heest

Sarah Walls family  Standing: Sarah (Hoover) Walls  Top: Jeanne Marie Walls, Middle: Anna Catherine Walls, Bottom: Alverna Elizabeth Walls, Seated: Anna (Carroll) Walls, mother of Michael Walls  Contributor: April Van Heest

Michael Walls family  Row 1 L-R: Martin Claude Walls, 1895-1972, Jeanne Marie Walls, 1900-1997, Sarah (Hoover) Walls, Anna Catherine Walls (sitting on lap), 1905-1983.  Row 2 L-R: Michael E. Walls, Madalyn Louise Walls, 1902-1980, Alverna Elizabeth Walls, 1897-1983  Contributor: April Van Heest

Max & Jessie Hornauer. 1910 Altoona Ward 4, Blair County census: Minnie Hoey, 43, widowed head of family, 1 child, 1 living, b. PA; Max Hornauer, 23, son-in-law, b. Germany, married once, 4 years, brakeman on the railroad, obit Altoona Mirror, 1/13/1968; Essie (Jessie A. Norton) Hornauer, 21, daughter, m. once, 4 years, no children, obit Altoona Mirror, 2/18 & 20/1967; John McElfish, 36, widower, brother, b. PA, machinist on railroad; Norman McElfish, 7, nephew. Contributor:  Sally Huntley

David Hughes, 7/20/1873 & Roxie (Wingard) Hughes  Contributor:  Gene Stewart

Homer & Edna (Hughes) Westbrook  Contributor: Jean Corio

Isabella "Belle" Daugherty/Dougherty, 1858-1920, daughter of John L. and Catherine (Love) Daugherty - later changed to Dougherty. She married John Milton Hughes in 1880 in Altoona, Pa

John Milton Hughes, 1858-1935, son of John Davis and Hannah (Hicks) Hughes, both of Centre and Blair Counties, Pa.

John Milton & Isabella (Dougherty) Hughes & grandchildren  Contributor: Jean Corio

Mary Ellen (Hughes) McIntosh, 3/20/1847-10/4/1909.  Mary Ellen was the daughter of Charles and Mary (Mulholland) Hughes. She was the wife of Franklin McIntosh. A talented pianist, she was the organist at her church and was also a music teacher.  Contributor: April Van Heest

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