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  1. Barber, Charles D Cin UA Apr 17, 1884 b 1854 Philadelphia,Pa d Nov 23, 1910 Philadelphia,Pa
  2. Barkley, Samuel E Tol AA May 1, 1884 b May 24, 1858 Wheeling, W VA d April 20, 1912 Wheeling, W Va
  3. Barnes, William H St P UA Sept 27, 1884 b Indianapolis, Ind
  4. Barrett, Martin F BosN June 24, 1884 b Nov 1860 Port Henry, NY d Jan 29, 1910 Holyoke, Mass
  5. Bassett, Charles Edwin Peo NL July 22, 1884 b Feb 9, 1863 Central Falls, RI d May 28, 1942 Pawtucket, RI
  6. Beck, Frank Joseph (Hengstebeck) Pit AA May 2, 1884 b Nov 1858 Poughkeepsie, NY. Last known living in Bronx, NY 1900 census
  7. Blaisdell, Howard Carleton Kansas City UA July 9 b June 18, 1862 Bradford, Mass died Aug 20, 1886 Malden, Mass
  8. Boyle, Henry J St Louis UA July 9, 1884 b Sept 20, 1864 Philadelphia,Pa died May 25, 1932 Philadelphia,Pa
  9. Bradley, Albert Joseph b May 23,1856 Bradys Bend,Pa Feb 5 1937 Altoona,Pa
  10. Brennan, Jack (John Gottlieb Doering) b Sept 1862 St Louis Mo
  11. Butler, Frank Edward Boston UA May 20 b May 1861 Boston, Mass d April 9, 1921 South Boston, Mass
  12. Casey, Daniel Maurice Wilmington UA Aug 18, 1884 born Nov 20, 1862 Binghampton, NY died Feb 8, 1943 Washington, DC grew up in Maine, NY. Brother of Dennis Casey
  13. Casey, Dennis Patrick Wilmington UA Aug 18, 1884 born March 30, 1858 Binghampton, NY died Jan 19, 1909 Binghampton, NY grew up and lived in Maine, NY. 1900 census March 1858 NY Ire Ire farmer married 1886 wife Teresa children Robert, Teresa, Cecil, Frances brother of Dan Casey
  14. Crosby, George Washington
  15. Daily, Philadelphia UA 2 games June 9, 1884. He was among a group of local amateurs who were tried out after the Keystones returned from a road trip.
  16. Daisey, George R Altoona UA 1 game May 31, 1884. He was on the 1883 team and when a player was injured, he was called on to play. Originally from Gloucester, NJ, he was a Dancing Master who moved to Altoona around 1882. His last known Baseball appearance was for Scranton,Pa in 1887. He moved to Cumberland, Md where he married Georgia Deetz in 1889. He continued as the Dancing teacher and City Crier.5'11" 190 pounds Born 1857 Camden Co, NJ died April 27, 1931 Cumberland, Md
  17. Dougherty, Charles William Altoona UA April 17 b Feb 7, 1862 Darlington, Wis d Feb 18, 1925 Milwaukee, Wis. He was a city policeman for Milwaukee. Wife Laura, sons Glenn R Burl Lee daughter Helen Phillipp
  18. Drake, Lyman Daniel
  19. Flynn, Joseph N Pha UA April 18, 1884 b 1862 Providence, RI d Dec 22, 1933 Providence, RI
  20. Foster, Robert
  21. Hamill, John Alexander Charles b Dec 18, 1860 New York, NY d Dec 6, 1911 Bristol, RI
  22. Harkins, John Joseph b April 12, 1859 New Brunswick, NJ d Nov 18, 1940 New Brunnswick, NJ
  23. Henry, John Michael b Sept 2, 1863 Springfield, Mass d June 11, 1939 Hartford, Ct
  24. Hibbard, John Denison b Dec 6, 1864 Chicago, Ill d Nov 17, 1937 Hollywood, Cal
  25. Hickman, Ernest P b 1856 E St Louis, Ill d 1891 E St Louis, Ill
  26. Joy, Aloysius C Washington UA 36 games June 3, 1884 Born June 11, 1860 Washington, DC died June 28, 1937 Washington DC
  27. Larkin, Henry E Philadelphia AA May 1, 1884 b Jan 12, 1860 Reading,Pa died Jan 31, 1942 Reading,Pa
  28. Lauer, John Charles d May 14, 1915 Buffalo, NY
  29. Lavin, John St Louis AA Sept 10, 1884
  30. Lee, Thomas Frank Chi NL June 14, 1884 b June 8, 1862 Philadelphia,Pa d March 4, 1886 Milwauikee, Wis
  31. Lehane, Michael M Washington UA April 26, 1884 b April 15, 1865 New York, NY
  32. Locke, Marshall Pinkney Wilder b March 12, 1857 Ashland, Oh d March 6, 1940 Ashland, Ohio Songwriter who wrote Big Rock Candy Mountain. 1900 census Indianapolis, Ind March 1868 Oh 1910 census 40 Indiana Indianapolis, Ind
  33. Miller, George Frederic k Pitt AA May 1, 1884 b Aug 15, 1864 Brooklyn, NY d April 6, 1909 Brooklyn, NY
  34. Miller, Joseph A Yol AA May 1, 1884 Feb 7, 1861 Baltimore, Md d April 23, 1928 Wheeling, W Va
  35. Miller. L Edward Tol AA July 18, 1884
  36. Noftsker, George Washington Altoona UA April 17, 1884 b Aug 24, 1859 Shippensberg,Pa d May 8, 1931 Shippensberg,Pa father Henry plasterer mother Ann B sister Sadie (Sarah) Emma, Ella brother Luther George 20 Pa Coach maker 1880 census Shiopensberg,Pa
  37. Nusz,Emory Moberly Washington UA April 26, 1884 b April 2, 1866 Frederick, Md died Aug 3, 1893 Point of Rocks, MD father Hiram M mother May Ann brothers Edwin, William, Harry and Millard
  38. Oxley, Henry Havelock New York NL July 30, 1884 b Jan 4, 1858 Covehead, Prince Edward Island, Canada died Oct 12, 1945 Sommerville, Mass . Married to wife Nayeez 1903 no children inmmigrated 1863 1910 census Revere, Mass Harry Oxley foreman machine shop
  39. Smith, Frank L Pit AA Aug 6, 1884 b Nov 24, 1857 Canada d Oct 11, 1928 Canandaigua, NY
  40. Smith, George J Altoona UA April 17, 1884 b April 21, 1863 Pittsburgh,Pa d Dec 1, 1927 Altoona,Pa
  41. Smith, William E Cle NL Sept 17, 1884 b Cleveland, Oh d Aug 9, 1886 Torono, Ont, Canada
  42. Sneed, John Law Ind AA may 1, 1884
  43. Strauss, Joseph KC UA July 27 (Strasser) b Nov 16, 1858 Cincinnati, Oh d June 24, 1906 Cincinnati, Oh
  44. Terry, William H Brooklyn AA May 1, 1883 b Aug 7, 1864 Westfield, Mass d Feb 24, 1915 Milwaukee, Wis. Adonis Terry moved with his family from NYC to Milwaukee after 1900 where he operated a Pool Hall and a Bowling Alley. He was one of the major figures in Bowling in the country until his death. Wife Cecelia Moore, daughter Cecelia, son William.
  45. Tray, James 6 games Ind AA 6, 1884 born Feb 14, 1860 Jackson, Mich died July 28, 1905 Jackson, Mich 5'8" 144 pounds 1880 census James Tray professional baseball player 21 Mich Ire Ire Tecumseh, Mich boarder. Not in 1900 census or 1870 census.
  46. Walker, Moses Fleetwood 42 games Toledo AA May 1, 1884 Along with brother Welday, they were the first black players in the major leagues and the last before Jackie Robinson. Father Moses and mother Caroline were mulattos from Pennsylvania and Ohio. Born October 7, 1856 Mt Pleasant, Ohio and died May 11, 1924 in Cleveland, Ohio. Family moved to Steubenville where Welday was born.
  47. Walker, Walter S 1 game Detroit NL May 8, 1884 He was a law student in his Baseball days and later held a position with the District Attorney of Ionia, Michigan. He was born 1860 Ionia, Mich and died Feb 28, 1922 Pontiac, Mich. Mother was Mary