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George McCartney, Pa.

George McCartney, Pa.

Joan Novich (View posts)
Posted: 950444394000
Looking for info on Goerge McCartney b.? died in 1847
Wife-Jane Lees,b.1790,d.1867 in Pittsburgh,Pa. Alleghney Co.
Children,John,George,J.Mary,Eliza A.,Louise ,and Andrew. Thanks.

Joan MCartney

George McCartney

Bonni (View posts)
Posted: 952277093000
My Great Grandfathers name was George McCartney. He married Elizabeth Shuler. George was a German Immigrant as a child. Settled in Pa. Had a son named Martin McCartney (Marty). He married Alice Kingsborough. They also had a daughter Dorothy who died around the age of 19 in a motorcycle accident. Martin was born in 1907 and died in 1971. I do not know when George was born or when he died.

George McC

Loretta Walsh (View posts)
Posted: 952340745000
Bonni, there were some George McCartney's in and around Huntingdon County, where my ancestors settled, but since they're not in a direct line with my family, I don't know a lot about them. We haven't tied any of them into us as yet. Loretta

Re:George McCartney

Joan Novich (View posts)
Posted: 952451878000
How did a German Immigrint get the name of
McCartney? I have three Georges in the family
George Sr.Born ? died 1847,Son George,died in 1864
in the Civil War. Then another son George to take his place I guess
,he was born 1830.George Sr. was originally from Lancaster Co.
but all are buried in Alleghney Co. I don't know if we connect or not

George McCartney

Bonni (View posts)
Posted: 952537011000
I don't know Joan. All I know is what I was told. A McCartney could've moved from Scotland or somewhere else to Germany for some reason and from there to America. This is what I have been told from my mother Dolores McCartney, McCartney being her maiden name. She was the only child of her father Martin Mccartney and Alice Kingsborough, Maiden name kingsbourough. They lived in the Harrisburg Pa area. I have not been able to find a George McCartney that fits it even close and even if george really wsn't from Germany as a child. But my grandfather was very interested in anything German and my mother has always wanted to see Germany due to her lineage there.Maybe they were illegal immigrant. I don't know but I don't think I will ever find them and especially since the name has died out. I don't know if my great grand father had any brothers or sisters, makes it difficult. Thaks for your replies. Very much appreciated.


William Knopf (View posts)
Posted: 955549370000
I have the following McCartney's in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County:

George W, 1/13/1843 - 12/24/1864
John W, 3/15/1851 - 2/26/1869
Anne (nee Hodgson), 3/17/1814 - 4/5/1891
Andrew, 1811 - 1900
Perry, 1895 - 1918
Addison L, 1848 - 1937
Sophia E, 1867 - 1959
Oliver P, 1845 - 1905
Newton W, 1857 - 1930

I'm new at this, and looking for information/connections. You can e-mail me at

McCartney Match

Joan McCartney Novich (View posts)
Posted: 955627645000
We definitely have a match,The father of these
children was Andrew and he was my ggGrandfather.
I have a lot of info on they .How are you related?
You can contact me at

George McCartney in PA

Posted: 958821719000
Edited: 1019067338000
My wife's father is George August McCartney, b1910 near Pittsburgh, d1962 in Johnstown, PA. His father was George Freeman McCartney, b1880 in Somerset Co, PA d 1952 in FL. Would appreciate any info re their ancestors.

Andrew McCartney

Posted: 973803666000
Edited: 999744365000
Joan--would your andrew mccartney happen to be the one who was born in 1750 in Ireland? I have been looking for information on him. His wife was Sarah Weinbright, and his son was named Thomas. I would appreciate any information you could give me on him.

About Andrew McCartney

Joan McCartney (View posts)
Posted: 979771613000
My Andrew was born Aug 29,1811 in Lancaster Pa,died Jan11,1900 in Pittsburgh,Pa. His father was George,Mother was Jane Lees,I don't know where they were born.
Sorry it took so long for me to answer but I have been "down" for a long time.Joan
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