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Pennsylvania Ancestors

This group is for anyone researching families from Pennsylvania at any point in time.

Members: 412
Latest Activity: Sep 27

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New Surname Query Forum

Started by Lower-Bucks Genealogy-Club Sep 27.

My Pennsylvania Family Lines By County 2 Replies

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Comment by Lower-Bucks Genealogy-Club on September 27, 2016 at 8:22am

Welcome to our new Surnames Forum Page! This is a place to post your genealogy queries. We will be linking to Facebook and Twitter regularly, so we hope to get a lot of traffic and participation! We're very excited to bring this new service to you!
http://lowerbucksqueries.freeforums.net/

Comment by Myo on March 22, 2016 at 5:02pm

2016 Spring Conference, May 7, 2016 8:00am - 4:00pm

Academic Forum, Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA

SPEAKERS:

  James C, Landis, To Share and Share Alike - Settling Estates in the 18th and 19 centuries

  Ned Heindel, Ph.D, and Howard McGinn Esq., Researching in Northampton County PA.

  Gerald H. Smith CG.  Researching in Bedford County, PA

  Patrick Donmoyer, Symbolism and Iconography in Pennsylvania German Folk Art.

   A buffet lunch is included

Registration form - https://www.palam.org/pennsylvania-palam-chapter.php

For Questions . PennPalam@gmail.com

Comment by DEVIN K.TURNER on March 22, 2016 at 4:49am

You can Google Your Ancestors at www.google.com

Comment by Susi (Susan C Jones) Pentico on March 19, 2016 at 4:07pm

Our Family Histories  and Eastern United States Research

Website for data we put up  long ago.  

Enjoy much sources listed.

Comment by Lewis Hartswick on March 18, 2016 at 8:15pm

I have quite a large collection of surnames and info for them that lived in central PA .

In particular Centre Co. some in Clearfield, Blair, and Clinton Counties. Be glad to share any thing of interest. e-mail me with any questions. I have a hard time navigating this site. LHartswick  at  Earthlink  dot  Net

Comment by Nellie Daniel on November 15, 2015 at 8:13pm

I am looking for any information on my ggggrandfather,  his name was Thomas Henry Mooney  born 1815 in Lancaster Lancaster county Pa  He married Caroline Harris in Ohio  and then moved to Indiana then from there moved to Missouri. If any one has any information on Thomas  I would love to hear from you

thank u again  Nellie Daniel (reed)

Comment by Larry R. Bish on May 23, 2015 at 6:45pm

Data Base is over 75,000 persons and growing: Paternal list of parentage: Armagost, Bish, Bailey, Baldauf, Charles, Daubenspeck, Gerberich, Hecht, Kopp, Rebuck, Reinard, Reitz, Rhodes, Schiff, Schnock, Shaffer, Six, Steigerwaldt, Thomas, Weaver, Wolfe, Wolfgang, …

Comment by Lower-Bucks Genealogy-Club on May 23, 2015 at 3:55pm

Our 2nd Annual International Day is fast approaching! We hope to see you there!

This meeting is Free and open to the Public.

Saturday, June 13, 2015 – 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Team Toyota Scion Service Center
407 East Lincoln Highway
2nd Floor Community Conference Room
Langhorne, PA. 19047

What can you expect?

• Mandee Kuenzle from ‘Vignettes by MKB’ will be there taking orders. Mandee was profiled in the Bucks County Courier Times a few weeks ago. If you haven’t stopped by Mandee’s page, be sure to do so and see what she can do! If you are so inclined, bring Mandee a heritage photo that can be scanned or email one to her!
• Learn what Genealogical Resources are available in the United Kingdom.
• Learn what Genealogical Resources are available in France.
• Meet other Family History enthusiasts!

Please RSVP at the Club email: lbgc19047@gmail.com. An accurate headcount is to ensure we have enough handouts for everyone.

Looking forward to seeing everyone!!!

Comment by Sherri S on October 7, 2014 at 1:24am

FYI~ There is a closed group on Facebook for Carbon County area researchers. One may join by request. I was lucky enough to receive a photo of an old aunt's headstone from a fellow researcher shortly after joining. I was surprised she was born in PA. When I was younger I thought her accent sounded very German.

Comment by Sherri S on October 7, 2014 at 1:22am

FYI~ There is a closed group on Facebook for Carbon County area researchers. One may join by request. I was lucky enough to receive a photo of an old aunt's headstone from a fellow researcher shortly after joining. I was surprised she was born in PA. When I was younger I thought her accent sounded very German.

 

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