Genealogy of the Woodcock Valley

Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

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Bettina Hart
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Dolly
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My maiden name was Kyper and Daniel Kyper was my 2nd great grandfather.  My father was Charles N. Kyper and my brothers were Martin G. and Doc N. Kyper. 



Dana M
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Rich J.
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Just a descendant of James Johnston 1788-1860 and Hannah Kennedy 1792-1881 & Samuel Miller 1791-1885 and Charlotte Graffius 1794-1877



Deb (Ford)Yingling
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59 years old
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Dottie Fox
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Wendy Beaver
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I am the 4th great granddaughter of John Weaver & Rachel Isett. I have been researching my family for 15 years and am always happy to find new informations and more importantly cousins!



Kelli Hicks Scalia
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I'm just getting started in researching my family history.  I am looking at the Samuel K. HIcks and Mahala Snare Lines.  Would like to correspond and gather information regarding these lines.



timetravlr911
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72 years old
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Retired crane operater , I 've been doing geneolagy for 14 years , I have 7 grand kids and three daughters .I have been a single man for 10 years .



Floyd T. Conlon
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Staci Shuck
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Susie Fitzhugh
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75 years old
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Am very interested in the isett info, as I strongly suspect the name may in fact be Isacks, my own maiden name, which a great-uncle has traced back to Jacob Isacks, born in Montgomery County PA in 1767.  His wife's name and his own preceise lineage going backwards is not so clear, but FROM him to me we have a confirmed lineage (see the Jack Fitzhugh Hoyt Family Tree in Ancestry.com). 


If you have any information or ideas for me I would appreciate it.



Tina Petersen
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wendy walton
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TONY FORSHEY
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 I work at WESTMINSTER WOODS in Huntingdon, Pa. One of my favorite things is listening to the residents talking about the most important parts of their lives, their families. Past or present. I have learn much about theirs and mine, just from sharing a few minutes.



Lucille1959
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Hi Everyone,

 

I am researching the Hillier Family of Huntingdon, PA in the early 1800s.

The family moved to Central Ohio (Licking, Delaware and Franklin Counties).

Benjamin Franklin Hillier's granddaughter married into the Norris Family.



Laura
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75 years old
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Kathy Garlock
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65 years old

deb
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Researching the Raugh, Sellers, Fink, and Geissinger families of Woodcock valley



Herman R. Nagle
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I am very interested in learning more about Huntingdon County, especially information on the Zentmyer families that lived in Huntingdon Furnace and Neffs Mills.  My greatgrandmother, Isabella Zentmyer, lost two brothers in the Battle of Fredericksburg before she married  David Kinch and eventually moved to Altoona.  David Kinch's Father was a blacksmith at Huntingdon Furnace.    David was also a blacksmith for the PRR in Altoona and he was the 2nd Mayor of Altoona in 1872.    Two years ago I published a book on my wife's family - The Peck Family.  This covers from after the War of 1812 up into current relatives from Perry and Juniata County, in towns like, Blain, Honey Grove, Farmers Grove & Port Royal.  Her greatgrandfather relocated to Coalport and her grandfather lived in South Fork, Cambria County.   A copy of this book is in the Pennsylvania Room of the Altoona Public Library.    I also have done a small publication on the history of Richard Nagle, my GGGG Grandfather who was in the Revolutionary War and is buried in a small cemetery on Klondike Road between Patton and Chest Springs.   I have also published four other books about growing up in Altoona, the history of baseball in Altoona, the history of bowling in Altoona and the history of the Cresson Lake Playhouse from 1974 to 2004.  All these publications can be found in the Pennsylvania Room, at the Altoona Public Library.


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