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The Conrads of Uniontown, Pennsylvania, descend from Maximilian Conrad, born in Alsace-Loraine, Germany, who after his marriage in Havre, France, came in 1847 to the United States. He settled in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he resided until his death.
He enlisted in the One Hundred and First Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, 101st Regiment, at the beginning of the civil war, and served until honorably discharged on account of defective hearing. Later he re-enlisted and served until the close of the war.
He married Elizabeth Morganstein, and six months after the birth of their first son, Jacob, came to the United States. Children: Jacob, born in France, in 1847; Elizabeth; Peter; Emma; George W., of further mention; John; Ella; Henrietta.
Source: Genealogical and Personal History of Fayette County, John W. Jordan, Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1912.