Genealogy of the Woodcock Valley

Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

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Kathryn Doyle
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My roots are deep in Huntingdon County. Deb and I exchanged information several years ago and I've been an admirer of her work for a long time. Great site, Deb!



Claudia
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67 years old
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I am married to James Milton Garner, who was born in Aitch, and whose family lived in the Huntingdon County area since the 1700's.  I have an extensive website with loads of information on some of the same surnames as are on this site at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cgarner/.  I'm always looking for more information.



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Genealogy Network
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I am the Genealogy Network owner/administrator. If you have any genealogy related questions or site questions, suggestions or comments, please feel free to contact me.



leroy
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Greg Creighton
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53 years old
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Carol Eddleman
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Norman E. "Ned" Donoghue, II
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I am writing a book on the earliest Brumbaughs. 



AJ
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78steelhead
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I was born and raised in Blair county, but my ancestors nearly all came from Huntingdon county. 

Researching these last names: Whitesel, Waldsmith, Craine, Kemberling, Haupt, Vanorman, Cherry, Sharp, Gardner, Smith, White, Foster, Troutwein, Scott, and variations of nearly every one of those names.



Genie Crownover
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66 years old
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I'm retired from the Commonwealth of Pa. Have lived in Duncannon for over 30yrs. Have 2 grown sons, 2 grandkiddos & one hubby Jim.  Enjoy reading, Traveling, Farmville.



Staci Shuck
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Kathy Norris
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Susie Fitzhugh
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72 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.



Ed
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86 years old
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Retired Military



Teresa Shade Anderson
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Lana Clark
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I started doing my Clark genealogy several years ago. My father was born and raised in Huntingdon County, but I had never lived there and only visited ny aunt in Shade Gap a few times when I was a child.  Since then I have found my family lines have been in Huntingdon since the 1700's, being among the early settlers to the area. My first Clark there was Neal Clark of the Tod area.  My other lines in the county include Houck, Corbin, Baker, Benson, Peterson, Hatt, Cassady, Kelley, and Devor.  I welcome contact from any other researchers.



Harold E. Norris
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78 years old
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George Creighton
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