My Lumbard Line to Nina Lumbard
My Scharf Line to Nina Lumbarf
Joseph A. Lumbard
(illegitimate ?) son of Josiah Lumbard & Mary Ann Stom
Born Jan 5 1844
Died Dec 3 1915
Married June 19 1866
Sarah Ethel Scharf
daughter of Joseph & Anna Elizabeth (Kurtz?) Scharf
Born 14 May 1845
Died 10 Feb 1929
Lucy Irene Lumbard 1867 –
Anna May Lumbard 1869 –
Maude V. Lumbard 1871 –
George Mead Lumbard 1874 – 1925
Sarah Ethel Lumbard 1878 –
Possibly Joseph's Sister ? http://notheathersgen.blogspot.com/2017/03/almeda-lucretia-lumbard-1842-1911.html
1845 - Sarah Ethel Scharf is born
Camp on the Rapidan Sept. 22nd 1863
Firm of Lumbard and Lazarus dissolved. J.A. Lumbard becomes owner of "Snyder Co Tribune"
J.A. Lumbard becomes Associate Judge
The Middleburgh Post
25 Oct 1877, Thu • First Edition
1877- Gives Lecture
Odd Fellows Hall, Snyder County PA
Corporal J.A. Lumbard gives lecture of "Echoes of the Battlefields of the Rebellion" in Odd Fellows Hall for benefit of Company G
1878 - Hosts Celebration
East Pine St, Isle of Que
Company G celebrates 16th anniversary of their leaving for the front, gathering for the day at the home of Corp J.A. Lumbard on East Pine St, Isle of Que
1880 - Residence
Selins Grove, Snyder, Pennsylvania, United States
NAME: Joseph A. Lumbert
BIRTH YEAR: abt 1844
HOME IN 1880: Selins Grove, Snyder, Pennsylvania
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE: Self (Head)
MARITAL STATUS: Married
SPOUSE'S NAME: Sarah E. Lumbert
FATHER'S BIRTHPLACE: Pennsylvania
MOTHER'S BIRTHPLACE: Pennsylvania
NEIGHBORS: View others on page
Joseph A. Lumbert 36
Sarah E. Lumbert 35
Lucy J. Lumbert 13
Annie M. Lumbert 11
Maude V. Lumbert 9
George M. Lumbert 5
Sarah E. Lumbert 2
1880 - Appointed School Director
J.A. Lumbard is appointed a school director
Soldiers' Orphans. The Session Of The Sixteeners Yesterday. Resolutions Adopted and Officers Elected For the
Selinsgrove's Contemplated Water-Works
1887 - Elected Delegate to Republican State Convention
Soldiers Gather at Orchard Knob. Thousands of Ve'erans Attend the Dedicatory Ceremonies of Several Monuments
The Middleburgh Post
30 Jul 1903, Thu • First Edition
Miles I Potter was the son in law of JA Lumbard - he married her oldest daughter, Lucy.
1906 - still publishing History
Men and Matters About the State
Name: Joseph Asher Lumbard
Birth Date: 5 Jan 1844
Birth Place: Selinsgrove
Death Date: 3 Dec 1915
Death Place: Selinsgrove, Snyder, Pennsylvania, USA
Father Name: Josiah Lumbard
Father Birth Place: Maine
Mother Name: Mary Ann Stomn
Mother Birth Place: Selinsgrove
Certificate Number: 119166
Sallie (Sarah Ethel) is on the far right Howard Scharf says the label on the back identifies Maud, & possibly "joyce" - but he is unsure, the handwriting is not clear. That is only 3 of the 4 women though.. Sarah is the mother of Maud. Maud is the mother of Joyce (Lumbard) Bausum. I'm still trying to work out who everyone else would be.
In the Daily Life In Civil War America, on page 227 this citation is given:
"Voices: [Gettysburg], Pvt Joseph A. Lumbard, 147th PA Infantry, 41"
Page 41 is not available in the google books preview.
SELINSGROVE PENNSYLVANIA CHRONOLOGY
1851 * 1920
Compiled by William Marion
Secretary, Snyder County Historical Society;
Reprinted from The Selinsgrove Times, Selinsgrove, Pa. 1929
Apr. 2 — Joseph A. Lumbard starts
as an apprentice in the office of the
' Selinsgrove Times" urrder Newhall
The "Tribune" removed from Mid-
dleburg by Joseph Lumbard and re-
named "The Snyder County Tribune,"
being published one door north of the
check - connection to Anna Laura Keller? -
Five canal boats on the stocks at
the George W. Keller Boat Yard, along
"The Snyder County Tribune'' an-
nounces Lumbard, Lazarus & Co. as
Selinsgrove invited to raise $15,0001 by Richter & Gaugler.
toward the locating of a car works atj 1— J- A. Lumbard, local confi
this place, but promoters fail to se- at Sunbury, at Conference whicb fail
24 — A Cameron-Grant-Hartranft-Al
len Club organized by admiring politi
cal supporters. J. A. Lumbard, presi-
20 — Republican Senatorial Confer-
ence at Sunbury. Dr. Levi Rooke, of
Union county, defeats Samuel Alle-
man, Esq., of Selinsgrove, on the 18th
ballot. Col. W. F. Wagenseller, James
K. Davis and J. A. Lumbard, of Selins-
grove, conferees from Snyder county,
the latter being one of the secretaries
of the meeting.
Feb - Firm of Lumbard and Lazarus dis-
solved and J. A. Lumbard becomes
owner of the Snyder County Tribune.
September 17 — J. A. Lumbard responds to the
toast for the 147th P. V. I. at the An-
nual Reunion at Ellanova Springs near
June 19 — Republican County Convention.
J. A. Lumbard, temporary chairman,
and Dr. B. F. Wagenseller nominated
April 10 — Borough officials: Chief Burgess,
L. R. Hummel; town council. C. R.
Rishel, John Fry, Jonathan Rudy, Robt.
Swineford, Al. Kreeger; judge of elec-
tion, G. R. Hendricks; inspectors, B. F.
Kantz, C. B. Miller; assessor, B. T.
Parks; school directors, J. A. Lumbard,
H. E. McCelvey; overseers of poor, Hen-
ry Hoover, James Covert ; auditor, New-
ton Staley; constable, Walt. Hummel.
September 6 Joseph Lumbard becomes Associate
November 29 — Corp. J. A. Lumbard givse a lec-
ture on "Echoes of the Battlefields of
the Rebellion," in Odd Fellows' Hall
for the benefit of Co. G.
September 13 — Co. G celebrates the 16th anni-
versary of their leaving for the front
by gathering for the day at the home
of Corp. J. A. Lumbard on East Pine
street, Isle of Que.
April 13 — Borough officials: Chief burgess,
Sam'l. Hatmaker; town council, P. S.
Albert. Jonathan Rudy. B. T. Parks.
Geo. Fisher, Albert Marburger; judge
of election, Joseph Albert; inspectors,
Wm. M. Curns. N. F. Feehrer; assessor,
'• James M. Emerson ; school directors,
H. E. McKelvey, J. A. Lumbard; over-
seers of the poor, John Fry, John
Pa r Rs: auditors, A. M. Carey: eon-
: stable. Walt. Hummel.
The Governor Snyder Monument As-
sociation formed at a meeting held in
the I. O. O. F. Hall. Committee on or-
ganization as follows: E. P. Rohbach.
C. P. Ulrich, G. R. Hendricks, W. O.
Holmes, Z. S. Kee'ey, George Schnure,
J. K. Davis, H. Allerran, P. S. Albert,
J. W. Gaugler, B. T. Parks, B. F. Van-
Bo^kirk, F. J. Schoch, C. B. North. B.
F. Crouse, J. A. Lumbard and F. Weir-
Apr. 10 — Borough officials: Chief
burgess, B. F. Wagenseller; town coun-
cil, D. C. Bergstresser, A. N. Gember-
ling, C. B. North, P. S. Albert, Ed.
Haupt; judge of election, G. R. Hen-
dricks; inspectors, B. T. Parks, N. S.
Feehrer; assessor, W. F. Eckbert; school
directors, J. A. Lumbard, W. F. Hum-
mel; overseers of poor, Wm. Crist, Levi
Fisher; auditor, Joseph Albert; con-
stable, Adam Willier.
12 — Musical Convention in Hall. Ad-
dresses made by Revs. Ochsenford,
Haas, Wampole and Yutzy, also Messrs.
Carey, Lumbard and Potter.
September 25 — J. A. Lumbard president of big
Republican Rally at Middleburg.
Aug. — Miss Anne Alleman rescued
from drowning in canal by George M.
Dec J. A. Lumbard appointed messenger
in State Senate.
Joseph A. Lumbard appointed clerk to
Committee on War Claims for the 54th
15 — The evening "Shifter" connection
with the N. C. R. at the Junction taken
off and shifter removed from local yard
amid vigorous protests by the public in
17 — Geo. M. Lumbard leases the Mas-
ser Estate Ferry to carry passengers
from the Junction to town in the ab-
sence of the N. C. R. connection for-
merly made by the "Shifter."
The new schedule of the S. & L. R. R.
goes into effect and the "Shifter" run-
neth not to the great discomfort of
the traveling public. All freight trains
on the S. & L. R. R. run thru to lower
April — German Reformed Church 9 — Yacht Races. Frank and Chas.
buys lot on Mill street and plans for McFall rescued from capsized yacht by
the building of a parsonage. Geo. M. Lumbard.
February 25 — Voting place for Selinsgrove
changed from Town Hall (Opera
House) to the Council Chambers in En-
gine House. Court also appoints Geo.
M. Lumbard high constable.
April 13 Gun Club Shoot. G. M. Lumbard
high average gun.
13 — Co. G holds its Annual Bean Soup on J. A. Lumbard's lawn, Third
In 1890 the bean soup was held in Grangers Hollow - Co. G, 147th P. V. I., holds annual
bean soup in Granger's Hollow.
In September 1893 13 — Co. "G" holds annual Bean Soup
at Globe Mills in Antes Ulrich's grove
In 1894 - 13 — Co. "G" holds annual bean soup
at Samuel App's farm above town.
In 1895 - 13 — Co. "G" holds annual Bean Soup
at Jarrett's Grove, west of town.
In 1896 - 12 — Co. "G" holds annual bean soup
at Ulrich's Spring with eleven members
In 1897 - 13 — Co. "G" holds annual bean soup
at the Maine saw mill, with 16 mem-
In 1898 - 7 — Co. "G" holds bean soup on local
base ball grounds.
In 1904 - 13 — Co. G holds annual Bean Soup 66.
in Jerry App's orchard above town
In 1905 - 13 — Co. G holds annual Bean Soup
in Jerry App's orchard above town.
In 1906 13— Co. G holds Annual Bean Soup at Rolling Green Park
In 1910 - 13 — Co. G Bean Soup and Reunion
of the G. A. R. of the Susquehanna
and Juniata Valleys held at Rolling
Green. Governor Stone, Adjutant Gen.
Stewart and other prominent men
In 1914 - Co. G, 147th P. V. I., and friends attend Annual Bean Soup at the Park. Receivers of the S. & S. Electric
June 19 — Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lumbard cele-
brate their 45th wedding anniversary
and are the recipients of a letter from
President Wm. H. Taft.
Dec. 3 — Death of J. A. Lumbard.
Corp. Co. G, 147th P. V. I., former
Editor and proprietor of "The Snyder
County Tribune" and Republican poli-
tician. Age 71 years, 11 months, 4 days