The 1920 census just shows J. C. & Diana Bergman. The 1910 census shows Conrad, Diana and his father Kilian Berman. No Iva anywhere.
1900 census Keating, Potter County:
J. Conrad Berman, born Nov 1856 in NY, married 10 years
Dianna, born Sept 1855 in NY
Kilian, born Nov 1819 in Germany, immigrated 1844
Iva, born Nov 1894 in PA
1880 census Sullivan County, NY:
Killian Barckman 61, born in Germany
Hellen 60, born in Germany
(couldn't find Conrad in the 1880 census)
1870 census Sullivan County, NY:
Kilian Bergman 53, born in Germany
Helen 48, born in Germany
Conrad 13, born in NY
1860 census Sullivan County, NY:
Killian Bergman 42, born in Bavaria
Helen 40, born in Baden
Mary 12, born in NY
Anthony G. 6, born in NY
Conrad 3, born in NY
1850 census Sullivan County, NY:
Kilium Boardman 25, born in Germany
Helena 28, born in Germany
Mary 11/12, born in PA
Some of these records you can look at for free at labs.familysearch.org and Ancestry.com. For those you cannot see for free I suggest checking with your local libraries to see if they have Ancestry or Heritage Quest.
If you are interested in finding more I suggest contacting the Potter County Historical Society. They may be able to find burial places, dates of death and with any luck obituaries. Once you have the death dates I suggest getting Conrad, Diana and Killian's death certificates which you can get directly from the PA Div. of Vital Records. Killian was a naturalized citizen. Most likely he applied for naturalization while still living in Sullivan County. The papers may have where and when he landed in the U.S. and possibly where he was born. Conrad and Dianna probably got their marriage license in the same county.
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