Genealogy of the Woodcock Valley

Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

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LindaEarls
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I descend from the Shirley, Norris, Moody, Mathews, and possibly Calloway families from Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio to Arkansas, Oklahoma, and California.

Joseph and Mary (Moody) Norris were 5th greatgrandparents.





Amy Meyers Nicolai
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Daughter of Wayne Marvin Meyers and Esther Louise Kleinschmidt. Grand-daughter of Carrie Venca Weaver Meyers and William Meyers.  



Kim Armstrong
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rike
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Chris Tucker-Deeken
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Debbie Shontz
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72 years old
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Charlie
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Father was born in Marklesburg, He was the grandson of George and Lousia Johnson. Spent many happy summer days at the Johnson brothers cabin behind Union Cemetery.



Bob Rumer
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Rosemary Crownover
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I am interested in  all families connected to Covenhoven, now known as Crownover, which came to the area in 1773.



Andrea Mellott
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40 years old
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Been working on family history since 2004. I am starting to gather my resources to become a DAR member through Valentine HEFFNER.



Yvonne Prough
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I have been tracing the Prough family now for about 30 years.  And I still have more to find. Hope to make some connections here. Very interested in the Big Trough Creek area.  Am facinated by the Huntingdon area and the people there. 



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. 



Rhonda
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45 years old
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Donna Cunningham
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I am researching the Blatt / Ealy / Cunningham /  Swoope families who lived in the Huntingdon area for generations.  My parents moved out West from Pennsylvania in 1940, consequently I do not know much about my Pennsylvania connections.


I discovered a civil war letter in my mother's effects after she passed away in 2009 and have been on the search to reveal the connection of the author (Cyrus G. Swoope) to my family.  We also have an old land deed, printed on sheepskin, dated 1789 and signed by Benjamin Franklin.  I am trying to find out more about this too. These finds have instilled in me a real desire to find out more about my family's ancestors.  


I am especially interested in finding the identity of the parents of my great, great grandfather, Gustaves Cunningham.  My grandfather,  James Cunningham, was married to Anna Mary Blatt.  They divorced in the 1930s so we have very little knowledge of the Cunningham side of our family.  I have found some info. but wish to know more.  James was also one of about 10-12 children and was a brother of Minnie Mertie Fisher and Harriet Fouse.  I would love to know more about his relatives, esp. sharing of any pictures.  I will be glad to share what I do have.    



Matt_Park
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Casey H.
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So random.



Dee
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78 years old

David Christmas
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I live in a small old X gold mining town called Mount Morgan it is 38Km's

from the city of Rockhampton in Queensland Australia and i have a web site on webs

.com http://vk4djc.webs.com

 



Alan
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About Me
Working on the descendants of William Enyeart and his two wives, Catherine Schell, Jane Norris, also working on the Norris family, Keener Family, Ring family, Mustard family, among others
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