Genealogy of the Woodcock Valley

Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

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Heather Grazier Lohr
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Kathleen (Grubb) Holder
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I am researching the family of fifth-great-grandfather, Abraham Grubb (Krob/Krupp/Kropf), who moved to Huntingdon County in the late 1700s and died there in 1814, as well as related families.



Deborah
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 Baby boomer looking for  information about the  Keith family geneology. Pentacostal , married 36 years- 4 kids,  registered nurse, live on a farm with horses and dogs- fiber  fanatic, spins, weaves and  tries to knit.  Loves to garden  and, just to be  home .



Diane
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Mike Jackson
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53 years old
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Hal Norris
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87 years old
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Born & reared in Clearfield County, PA but now live in Cincinnati, OH

G,g grandson of Moses Norris who was the first Norris coming to Clearfield County from Huntingdon.  He was the son of John D. Norris



Carol
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78 years old

Jessica Oswalt
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Kim K
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54 years old
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Researching Brumbach Family, specifically Jacob and Johannes.



Celtie
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I was born and live on the west coast of Scotland, started my family research around 2009 and with a bit of help was very successful.  I discovered via Debbie's hard work with this site that some of my Kiltie ancestors from Scotland had settled in Huntingdon and Margaret Kiltie had married John E Hoover of  McConnelstown.  Margaret B Hoover passed away in 1960 and had been a member of the Order of the Eastern Star in Braddock.

I would really like to know more about their lives, for instance the fact that they operated a fish market in Huntingdon, there has to be many stories regarding this, and above all a photo of the family, but  I think this may be too much to expect or hope for.

My thanks to Debbie, without her posts I would never have known where in the U.S.A. my ancestors had settled.

Best Regards

Celtie



Deb (Ford)Yingling
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57 years old
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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!



Keith Fisher
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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.



Mark Neary
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Jim
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I've been doing genealogy for about ten years,  My dad had done genealogy for about 30-40 years before he passed away in 2009.  My maternal grandparents were from Ireland.  My dad's side goes back to Colonial America.



greg
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Dorothy Peck
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I live close to Petersburg and the family names that i have in my tree are Weaver, Barnett,and Ronk



Heather Fisher
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39 years old
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I'm Heather Fisher. I'm the daughter of Dr. Larry and Ms. Carol Fisher. I am Married to Furl Sneath who died in October 2010. We have 3 children; Dante Fisher, Sabin Fisher, and Sophie Fisher-Sneath.



Sally Carter
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Hello!

 

I am researching Showalter, Bruss, McConnaughy, Hardy in the Huntingdon County area. I look forward to learning more about everyone's research.

 

Best Regards,

 

Sally Carter

Norman, Oklahoma


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