WILLIAM H DUMBAUGH a well known citizen of Pittsburg [sic], Pennsylvania, who resides at 628 Homewood avenue,
in that city, is one of the most enterprising and progressive business men in that section, and is ever ready to
take up his due share of public responsibility. His father was born in Butler county, Pennsylvania, in 1844. He
was engaged in farming and was closely identified with agricultural interests throughout his life. He married Louise
Srultz, who died in 1903, and they had children . Jacob E., William H., of whom see forward, Christina, deceased,
Manuel J., Harry N., Sidney J., deceased, Joseph, deceased, Clara A., Eva, Clarence and Arthur,
William H. Dumbaugh, second son and child, was born near Harmony, Butler county, Pennsylvania, December 3, 1869.
His education was acquired in the public schools of the district and. in the academy at Petersville. His first
venture in business life was as clerk in a general store in Harmony, and he then came to Pittsburg in 1889. Here
he served in the capacity of clerk for six years, and in 1895 came to Homewood and established himself in his present
business, in which he has been decidedly successful. He is very popular socially as well as in business circles,
and is a member of the Home Circle, and of Homewood Conclave No. 601. He is also consistent member of the Homewood
Avenue Presbyterian church. He married Sue E. McConaghey, daughter of William McConaghey, of Pittsburg, and they
have children: Grace C., born November 9, 1898; Elizabeth L., born March 11, 1900.
A Century and a half of
Pittsburg and her people.
By: John Newton Boucher
The Lewis Publishing Company
Allegheny County Pennsylvania Biographies
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