Hudak 35th Wedding Aniversary (146 KB) This is from a newspaper clipping I obtained from my Aunt Rose. (Second from right Standing) My Mother Josephine is third from the right next to my Aunt Rose. My mother is listed as Joseph. in the write up. This would have been taken on Sept 3, 1948
Obituary of Orvetta Ketrow (59 KB) Orvetta was my wife's grandmother and the wife of Andrew Ketrow Sr. This Obit provides her maiden name (Weakland) and that of her mother (Delozier) 1-9-2000
Allan T. Ketrow Taken Before September 1893 (26 KB) This photo is of Allan T. Ketrow guessing about 20 yrs old. He is my wifes (Suzan Ketrow) Great Great Grandfather. He married Rebecca BakerHis obit => Allen T. Ketrow15 Sep. 1893A young man aged 24 years and 6 months died at his home, 54 Fourth Ave. at 12:20 noon today of typhoid fever.He was the son of Minter and Catherine Ketrow .Besides his parents and four brothers all of this city he leaves a young wife and two children boys aed 4 years and 18 months.The deceased was employed as a machine hand in the Juniata shops.He had resided in Altoona for 17 years and had a wide aquaintances and many friends.The funeral which will be private will take place tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock interment in Oakridge Cemetary.
Oscar Allan Ketrow and George Gates (18 KB) This photo is of Oscar Ketrow and George Gates. I would guess this photo was taken around 1910. George Gates would be the brother of the woman Oscar would marry. Oscar is my wifes (Suzan Ketrow) Great Grandfather.
B/W Air Photo of the Hudak Farm in Dallas Pa (736 KB) This photo will take a few moments to view completely. I am not sure when it was taken. After some research, it seems the person standing in the driveway, appearing to be looking up, is my Uncle Andrew Ondish. (Husband of Anna Hudak)
Rebecca Baker(Ketrow) Mother of Oscar Allan Ketrow (62 KB) Rebecca Baker was the wife of Allan T. Ketrow. Allan died of Typhoid Fever on 15 Sep. 1893. Rebecca would be my wifes (Suzan Ketrow) Great Great Grandmother. I am not sure when this photo would have been taken but I would guess around 1910
Hudak Farm -- Barn Photo taken Nov-98 (50 KB) This is pretty much all that is left on the Hudak Farm now. It was sold after Mary Hudak (Babi) passed in 1967.(Check the Air Photo of the Farm. This Barn is about in the middle of that Picture)
Mary Hudak Vargo. Sister of Anton Hudak (5 KB) This is a photo of Mary Hudak, Sister of Anton Hudak. I would guess this picture was taken around 1910. At that time she would have recently married John Vargo. Obtained from my cousin David Vargo. (Darlene Seese Vargo *wife*)