Genealogy of the Woodcock Valley

Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

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Kate
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61 years old
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Deb (Ford)Yingling
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57 years old
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eilielou
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I am retired from teaching and working in media centers.  I am searching for pictures and information about ancestors in order to inform and pass along our heritage to my grandchildren and daughter.    TOpics of interest are:   the Brumbach, Brumbaugh, Broombaugh family descended from Jacob 'Yockel" son of Johannes Heinrich Brumbaugh, my 7th great grandfather 1750s in America      

as well as any  information  aprox same era about Christian Wingard , Wenger  from Switzerland, Samuel James, James and Joshua Rutlidge Pheasant from England and Harmon, or Mary Dick the former from Scotland.  Anna Hostettler and family from Switzerland who was killed in the Indian massacre and information about REvolutionary War participation that would possibly also include Daniel Diamond (of Ireland) and son Michael...and Mary and Margaret Skelley (Scully) whose brothers and father were massacred or enslaved Morrisons (Great)  Cove area.....PLease:)  Thank you 



Dottie Fox
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CindyEriksen-Parker
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54 years old

etta
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66 years old

Mike Bates
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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!



Lee Campbell
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I am interested in the Isett family.  Mary Ellen Isett married Samuel Rankin Campbell 25 December 1860.  I also had Campbell antecedents in the Alexandria area.


Mary Ellen Isett was born to Miss Mary Ann Campbell in 1836  -- the same year that Thomas Madison Isett left Huntingdon County to go west.  Tom had an interesting career, including marriage to a young Iowa girl who soon divorced him.



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



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.



Carol
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78 years old

timetravlr911
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69 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 .



Patty
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Floyd T. Conlon
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Pam Davis
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57 years old
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My name is Pam Davis.  My Great Grandfather was George Martin Norris, son or Robert Hamilton Norris, and the grandson of Adam Norris and Ephiah Norris.  I would love to hear from anyone interested in swapping information.



Sandra Glass Hance
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I'm researching these family names: 

from Huntingdon county: Richardson, Ealy, Beiland, Heffner, Kyper, Enyeart, Norris, Price;

and from Blair county: Glass, Yingling, Malone, Harker.



Jessica Oswalt
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Darla Launtz Bickel
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62 years old
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I am originally from Marklesburg, now living in Florida..  My great great grandparents were Jacob Frank and Elizabeth Brubaker Baer.  I am interested in any information on the Frank family.



Sandy
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