Genealogy of the Woodcock Valley

Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

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Mike Jackson
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53 years old
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Patti Hobbs
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Researching the Lee family. Robert Lee and wife Elizabeth purchased land in the Woodcock Valley in 1795 and at least some of it was passed down through his son James and his son John.  The property was lost when it had to be sold to pay debts at the death of John Lee in 1875. 



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

Mike Bates
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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.



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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77 years old

Lynn Ayers
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61 years old
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Great Great Grandaughter of Samuel KISSINGER and Mary Ann SNARE and Joseph Stephen MARTIN and Mary Ann PRICE of Penn Township, Huntingdon County.  Over 30 years of family tree research and always happy to share.



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.



Bill Yocum
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Terry Prince
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Edna M. Goodwin
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I'm researching the following surnames, ancestors  who have lived in Huntingdon and Blair Counties:

Donelson

Hammond

Hainley

Kephart

Rhodes


I am happy to share any of my research and will welcome any help and suggestions from others.

Edna




Bill
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Maureen
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