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Births for Nov. 16

ACMH Hospital:

Nov. 3, 2010

A boy, Alexander James Kirkwood, to Michael Kenneth and Sarah Jean (Oldfield) Kirkwood, 1513 Fourth Ave., Ford City. Grandparents are Florence and Keith Oldfield, Dixie and Robert Kirkwood. Great-grandparents are Florence and Harry Robertson, Janet and Don Blystone and Marilynn and Bob Oldfield.

Nov. 5, 2010

A boy, Bryar Matthews Johns, to Dennis Wilson and Isabella Johns, 433 Brush Valley Road, Adrian. Grandparents are Ronald S. Jr. and Goldie Johns, Dennis and Rhonda Wilson. Great-grandparents are Charles and Mame Cousins, Ronald and Audrey Johns, Edward Wilson and Esther Wilson. Great-great-grandmother is Ruth Lloyd.

Nov. 8, 2010

A girl, Gianna Reese Barclay, to Tim and Kelly Barclay, 521 Highland Ave., Kittanning. Sister of Madison LeAnn, 7 1/2, and Emmalyn Rose, 6. Grandparents are Dave and Kathy Stairs, Don and Jo Ann Barclay. Great-grandparents are Miles and Rose Marie Schrecengost, Clark and Evelyn Stairs.

Elsewhere:

Oct. 15, 2010

A girl, Josie Mackenna Dubes, to JD and Shelby (Baker) Dubes, 3216 N. Charlais Circle, Delphi, Ind., at St. Elizabeth Regional Health, Lafayette, Ind. Sister of Carson, 3. Grandparents are Mac “Leroy” and Nancy Baker of Ford City. Great-grandparents are Robert E. and Amy Stitt of Kittanning.


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