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Marriage: Children:
  1. John Amos Nevel: Birth: ABT 1841.

  2. John Jacob Nevel: Birth: 27 DEC 1842. Death: 17 OCT 1887 in Clarion Co., Pennsylvania

  3. Elizabeth Nevel: Birth: ABT 1846.

  4. Francis Nevel: Birth: ABT 1848.

  5. Susan Nevel: Birth: FEB 1850 in Richland Twp., Clarion Co., Pennsylvania.

  6. John Henry Nevel: Birth: ABT 1851. Death: 17 OCT 1887 in St Petersburg, Clarion Co., Pennsylvania

  7. John C Nevel: Birth: 25 JAN 1855 in St Petersburg, Clarion Co., Pennsylvania. Death: 01 MAY 1940 in Venango Co., Pennsylvania

  8. Catherine Nevel: Birth: ABT 1860.

a. Note:   1850 Pa Census Clarion Co., Richland Amos Nevel age 35 Francis 26 John A 8 John J 6 Elizabeth 4 Francis 2 Susanna 3 mo
  1860 Pa Census Clarion Co., Richland Amos Nevel age 46 Francis 36 John A 19 John J 17 Elizabeth 15 Francis 13 Susanna 11 John Henry 9 John C 6
  1870 Pa Census Clarion Co., Richland Amos Nevel age 56 Fanny 48 Elizabeth 24 Fanny 22 Susanah 20 Henry 18 John 15 CAtherine 10 Harriet 1
  1880 Pa Census Clarion Co., Richland Amos Nevel age 66 Susan 30 dau John C 26 son George 24 Harriet 11 Wm 7
  1900 Pa Census Clarion Co., Richland #25 Amos Nevel age 85 wd Susan 50 dau Minnie Cupples 18 g dau
  The Clarion Democrat - January 4, 1905 On the 8th of December [1904] Amos Nevel, one of the oldest citizens of Clarion county, living near St. Petersburg, died at 91 years and 4 months. Mr. Nevel came from the eastern part of the state to this section in 1837. He located one mile north of St. Petersburg, cleared forest and began the erection of a dwelling. The house is still standing. He was married to Miss Shakeley. He reared a family of seven children. He was a life long member of the Reformed church. One of the characteristics of Mr. Nevel was his loyalty to early training. He passed through the period of the oil excitement and came out unscathed and his honor untarnished. He was highly respected by all who were acquainted with him and a large concourse of people were in attendance at the funeral. Rev. Mr. Kerschner, of Punxsutawney, who had been pastor to Mr. Nevel for the past ten years, was called to conduct the funeral services. He preached a very intresting and comforting sermon after which all that was mortal of Father Nevel was laid to rest in the cemetery at St. Petersburg to await the summons of the final resurrection day. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.