Genealogy of the Woodcock Valley

Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

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Deb (Fisher) Riley
Site Owner
Female
About Me

I am the creator of Genealogy of the Woodcock Valley.  My goal is to share all of the information I have collected over the years and will continue to collect.  My collecting has slowed down tremendously, since I now have a son, who keeps me quite busy.  I am also a full time first grade teacher.  My main lines of research include:  Riley, Garner, Isett, Norris, Fisher, Anderson, Kinch, Creighton, and Watson.  However, I am game for almost any name from Huntingdon County!



Priscilla
Member
Female
72 years old

Jim Strong
Member
Male
75 years old
About Me

Retired Air Force/Civilian HR Manager.  Great grandad (Pvt James Strong) was a member of Co C, 53rd Inf. Regmt PA Volunteers (1861 - 1864) from McConnellstown.  Married, 3 sons, eldest son Jim passed away last Nov 08 of a heart attack at age 47 while serving in the Air Force as a lst Sgt E-8 at Yokota AB, Japan.  Have 8 grand kids.  Enjoy digital photography, computers, and fishing.  


Iam still trying to find info regarding my great granddad's father Andrew Strong who was married to Sarah Robb.  Whose family is from the McConnellstown area.  Any one having info please let me know and thanks in advance!!



Lonnie S. Smith Jr.
Member
About Me

Hi! I am a Genealogist, Photographer, and Historian in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. I enjoy researching and sharing what I find.

 I am a Volunteer/Member of the Huntingdon County Historical Society.

 I'm the Student-Liaison for the Hartslog History and Heritage Museum in Alexandria and the Huntingdon County Heritage Committee.

Here is my website: Huntingdon County, PA History and Heritage - www.huntingdonhistoryandheritage.webs.com

 My family names I am researching are:

 - Busko - Shaffer - Schell - St.Germain - Fink - Hoover - Black - Stawski- Early- Wakefield - Querry or Quarry - Smith - Bomgardner - Carrole - Lewicki - Crownover - Long - Dupuis.

And many more.



Susan Pollock Bailey
Member
Female
About Me

my family tree is pollock,garner,speck,buchanan



Judi
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Female

SueB
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Tim
Member
Male
About Me

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Live in Central PA and have an interest in old pictures of places and people from the area


MidMdRoots
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Female
About Me

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Researching Morningstar families


Christl Thom - Yingling
Member
Female
48 years old

EFS
Member
Female
About Me

I am connected to Huntingdon County thru my paternal great-grandmother Ella Hory Glasgow of the Three Springs area.  She married William N. Fasnacht from Lebanon County.  i would like to find additional information about Ella's parents and heritage.  Please check the Glasgow photo album.



Esther Parsons
Member
Female
41 years old
About Me

I am a descendant of the Beaver, Hamer and Shultz families, just to name a few.  I enjoy making new family connections and researching my heritage. 

Thank you Debbie for your dedication!



Rhonda
Member
Female
45 years old
About Me




Laura E. (Thompson) Gardner
Member
Female
About Me

Born on Piney Ridge, daughter of William Crownover Thompson and Eva Margretta (Stone) Thompson. Nine brothers and sisters, Aunts Edith Lloyd, Catherine Enyeart, Violet Dean, Ralph Rinker lived in Aitch, along with my grandmother, Anna Eleanor (Anderson) Rinker. Currently live in Shippensburg, PA.



fisher40048@comcast.net
Member
Male
73 years old
About Me

I have spent the last ten years researching my ancestor John David Fisher. He married Margaret Weaver and moved from Huntindon, Pa in 1854 to Illinois. He purchased 40 acres of land in 1850 for $1.25 an acre. The land grant is signed by Willard Fillmore President of the United States. My quest to prove whom where his parents. There are so mamy Henry Fishers and  just need to sort out the correct one.

I carry on the Fisher trait of height, being the shortest of four brothers at six foot three inches. My dad was six foot five inches tall. Thanks to Deb Fisher Riley for pointing out this web site.

Update: I spent part of a day at the Land Office in Dixon, Illinois. I was able to get a copy of the Land Grant of Henry Fisher and his wife. i later went to the land he had bought and talked with the present owner. He thought his family were somehow related. But he never checked into to history. He said his family were from the same area in PA. That his family had bought Land Grant Land in 1841. Another trip back to the Land Office proved to be correct. William Fisher bought Land Grant in China Township now known as Franklin Grove. I was able to get a copy of this Deed.

This now has open up a whole lot of more questions! Somehow My Henry Fisher and William Fisher are related. Maybe someone in Huntingdon PA kowns this William Fisher.

I am planning another trip to Dixon, Il  Courthouse for more records on this Fisher side.


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I am trying to prove Henry Fisher real father.


Frank Corbin
Member
Male
69 years old
About Me

My Corbin family is from Huntingdon County and had farms along the Rayston Branch starting before 1800. I believe from Pridmore.

I also have Norris, Enyeart, Green, Coder, and Isenberg among others in my family tree in Huntingdon County.


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I collect geneology information.


John D. Grove III
Member
Male
66 years old
About Me

I have been interested in genealogy for years.  I am a member of Ancestry .com. I have traced both the Groves on my father's  side and my mother's (Mohler) back to Switzerland in the 1600's .  On the Grove side Jacob Grove the first settler had an orphanage.  On the Grove side, I have ancestors in the civil war (Levi C. Reed) and the Revolutionary War .


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I want to join to contribute to the history of my family and find out more.


Deborah Lesslie
Member
Female
68 years old
About Me

Retired teacher interested in my Householder/Weaver roots.



Raytown Ranger
Member
Male
46 years old

Marge
Member
Female
67 years old
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