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Adams Crossing, Cambria, Pennsylvania
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red mail devine/davidson 1893-1900 East Carroll, Township of, Pennsylvania
I'm looking for information on two families/ individuals who came to the USA and seemed to stay for about 6years. They were my great grandad JOHN DEVINE- his parents were Irish, but he was born in Longhorsley, Northumberland, England, in 1862, he was a miner. We have him on the 1900 census living in Carroll Township, Cambria County Pennsylvania, and his wife MARGARET, nee DAVIDSON. She was born in Carluke, Lanarkshire, Scotland (not far from Longhorsley in England) in 1877. The census says they had been in USA 6 years, and had married in Ohio in 1894. The census listed 3 daughters, all born in Pennsylvania- my grandmother Sarah, born 1895, Margaret, and Mary. They returned to Scotland later that year, as we have them on the 1901 Scottish census in Carluke (they sailed on the SS Furnessia from New York, arriving in Dec 1900/ Jan.1901) What I would like to know is whether or not they met in USA, which mine would JOHN have worked in, whether they left family behind when they returned to the UK--- daughter Mary returned as an adult to live in Arkansas, while the youngest son,Thomas, born 1910, returned to USA to live in Florida. Any help appreciated- also willing to trade post 1900 details with any of their family still in USA.

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