CHARLES ALBAUGH, farmer, P. O. East Hickory, was born in Allegany county, N. Y., October 15, 1830, and is a son of John P. and Margaret S. (Schenck) Albaugh, who in 1853 settled in Hickory township, where they lived and died. Charles Albaugh cleared and improved the farm he now occupies, on which he has built over 250 rods of stone fence. He was in the war of the Rebellion, enlisting October 14, 1861, in Company H, Fourth Pennsylvania Cavalry; was wounded at White Oak Swamps, Va., and after three years and eight months service was honorably discharged. He married, December 1, 1853, Sarah, daughter of Joseph and Martha (Demars) Henderson, of Venango county, Penn., and they have six children living: John W., Joseph H., Edward, Alfred, Curtis and Nancy J. Mr. and Mrs. Albaugh are members of the Evangelical Church. Politically he is a Republican.
Source: Page(s) 942, Chapter 15 Biographical Sketches - Tionesta Township and Borough of Tionesta
Hickory and Harmony Townships
History of Counties of McKean, Elk and Forest, Pennsylvania.
Chicago, J.H. Beers & Co., 1890.
Transcribed December 2005 by Nathan Zipfel for the Forest County Genealogy Project
Published 2005 by the Forest County Pennsylvania Genealogy Project
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