Note: NOTICE: Through DNA testing of men with the Mummy\Mummey\Mumy surname, I have been able to determine that the original surname of this family was MUMMY and became altered to MUMMA when Samuel Mumy enlisted in the Civil War in Harrisburg. He could not read nor write. Therefore, these descendants are not "genetically" related to the MUMMA family although that is the surname they use. - Doug Mumma doug@@mumma.org
1870 Census, PA, Dauphin Co., Wiconisco Twp., p. ? 5 Aug 1870 Mumma, Samuel, 50, miner, $1000 real estate, $300 personal, b. PA, can not read or write Mumma, Anne, 48, keeping house, can not read or write Mumma, William, 23, works on Sit ???, Mumma, Amanda, 19, can not read or write Mumma, John, 18, brakeman on Cars Mumma, Sarah J., 15 can not write Mumma, Henry, 14, works at the breaker Mumma, Franklin, 11 Mumma, Ellen, 9 Mumma, Edward, 6
1880 Census, PA, Dauphin Co., Lykens Twp, ED 119, Sheet ? , 8 June 1880, p. 297D Mumma, Ann, 61, widow, keeping house, b. PA, Fa: PA, Mo: PA Mumma, Henry, 24, son, married, laborer, b. PA, Fa: PA, Mo: PA Mumma, Frank, 21, son, single, laborer, b. PA, Fa: PA, Mo: PA Mumma, Ellen, 18, daughter, single, helping at home, b. PA, Fa: PA, Mo: PA Mumma, Edward, 15, son, single, b. PA, Fa: PA, Mo: PA
1900 Census, PA, Dauphin Co., Millersburg ED 92, Sheet 1 page 250A Mumma, Edward, May 1866, 33, married 8 years, day laborer, PA Mumma, Anna, Nov 1868, 31, married 8 years, 0 children, 0 living, PA
1920: Swatara, Dauphin, PA - Dauphin County Almshouse [includes 154 other inmates + 20 staff] Edward Mumma, inmate, 54, married, b: PA/PA/PA, no occupation
Per his death certificate, he was a laborer, widowed living in Lykens. He was buried in Lykens Cemetery. The person reporting his death was Mrs. Frank Stoner. She would be the wife if Edward's 1st cousin.
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