Charles Behanna The Daily Republican 29 Oct 1883
NONE ARE NOW LIVING. Moses Colvin, who lived in the old bouse that stood near the present residence of his grandson Jay Colvin. Stephen Colvin resided in the old stone house, near Hair's old mill, now own ed by his son Lewis Colyin. Alexander Alexander McAllister, father of William McAllister, lived on the farm now owned by Enoch Colvin; Simon Wilson resided in the old house which has given way to the beautiful manson of John Wilson, near the Horse-shoe Horse-shoe Horse-shoe Church. Felix Boyle the older, lived and died in the house now occupied by his son Felix; Ilenry.Spharr made his home on the farm now owned by our genial friend David L. Fournier. Rob't. Moody was a scholar -his -his father lived in the old house that stood near where Newton Van Voorhls now resides. Samuel Withrow carried on the black-smithing black-smithing black-smithing at the stand where his son John now pursues the same business. Leech Loyd, Charles Behanna, and Elwood Sprawls, the shoemaker, lived successively in the old log house that stood near the present residence of Van. Shannon, recently owned by Abe. Hull. Alex. Frazier, now of Rostra ver township, Westmoreland County, had a blacksmithshop near Shannon's site, whilst Behanna lived in the old house. David Behanna now of Cats-burgh Cats-burgh Cats-burgh and Nelson Evans had TUK ONLY FIST FIGHT That ever occurred in this school. It happened in some way during a game of Towns ball. Durinjr one winter. sal ah, son of Klwood Sprowls had his 'g broken whilst riding down the hill n a big sled. He was nicknamed Zoiiick, and was and is no doubt to- to- Hny b queer fellow.