The 1930 census shows Harry S. Ubil 42, wife Hazel C. 39, daughter Janice 4 living in Pottsville. The 1920 shows this couple again in Pottsville. The 1910 census Harry as the son-in-law of Alonzo Cady 42 and wife Minie 42 who were married for 25 years again Pottsville.
Harry's WWI and WWII draft card indicates he was born Oct 12, 1887 in Reading, PA.
The 1900 census shows Harry S. Ubil, born Oct 1887, as the son of George Ubil, born May 1865 and Annie E., born Aug 1865 living in Reading.
The 1880 census shows George Ubil 15 as the son of George W. Ubil 59 and Susan 50 living in Reading.
The only thing I could find that came close for 1870 anywhere was that of G. Wash. Gubel (incorrectly indexed as Gabel) 50, Susan 40, Laura 5/12, Daniel 18, G. Wash. 5 living in Reading.
I could not find anything certain for 1860 or 1850 that would be a match.
Berks County marriage index shows George W. Ubil marrying Anna Jones on January 1, 1885 (the very first day Pennsylvania required marriage licenses). This would match the census: http://www.co.berks.pa.us/rwills/s/RegMain.htmhttp://www.co.berks.pa.us/rwills/s/RegMain.htm
There are also Reading death records for Susan Ubil Feb 8, 1884 and Geo. W. Ubil July 25, 1885 (see link above).
The 1900 census shows Alonzo Cady, born Aug 1866, wife Minnie, born Feb 1867, daughter Hazle, born Aug 1890, etc living in Montrose, Susquehanna, PA. They were married for 14 years.
The 1880 census shows an Alonzo 14 working as farm labor for Adeline Adams in Susquehanna County.
The 1870 census shows Alonzo 4 with Roderick Cady 35, Sarah A. 39 and Hiram 11 living in Tuscarora, Bradford County, PA.
The 1860 census shows Alonzo Cady (incorrectly indexed as Cadiz) 25, Sarah A. 29 and son Hiram 10/12 living in Pike, Bradford County.
The 1850 census shows Roderick Cady 16 with Sherlock Cady 48 and Amaryllis 47, etc living in Rush Twp., Susquehanna County. Among the children is Jackson Cady 20.
The 1880 census also shows the widowed Sarah A. Cady 49 as the sister-in-law of Jackson Cady again in Susquehanna County.
The 1900 census shows the widowed Sarah A. Cady as the mother-in-law of James Williams again in Susquehanna County.
Some of these records you can look at for free at labs.familysearch.org and Ancestry.com. For those you cannot see for free I suggest checking with your local libraries to see if they have Ancestry or Heritage Quest.
There many ways to go from here. You try to get the death certificates for any person you are interested in that died after 1906 from the PA Div. of Vital Records. For anyone try to get their obituaries. Any marriage from Jan 1, 1885 onward check with the Register of Wills for the counties involved. Often such records gave info on the parents.
You could check with the Berks County Historical Society, Berks County Genealogical Society, Reading Library, Reading Family History Center, Schuylkill County Historical Society, Pottsville Library, Bradford County Historical Society and Susquehanna County Historical Society to see what they may have on these families.