Genealogy of the Woodcock Valley

Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

Deb (Fisher) Riley


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I am the creator of Genealogy of the Woodcock Valley.  My goal is to share all of the information I have collected over the years and will continue to collect.  My collecting has slowed down tremendously, since I now have a son, who keeps me quite busy.  I am also a full time first grade teacher.  My main lines of research include:  Riley, Garner, Isett, Norris, Fisher, Anderson, Kinch, Creighton, and Watson.  However, I am game for almost any name from Huntingdon County!

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5 Comments

Reply Leon Hood jr
1:49 AM on February 23, 2014 
Again Deb, Great sight. I along with My uncle who had the photos (I had the names) Added some Woodcock Valley Hoods.
Reply Rebag
8:55 PM on November 12, 2012 
Hi I came across your photos of the Grove line......I was a Grove, daughter to Homer S Grove Jr. I can not tell you how thrilled I am to come across this wonderful sight....
Reply Lonnie S. Smith Jr.
7:50 PM on September 30, 2012 
Dear Ms Riley, I am a desendant of the Scell family that lived in Aitch and if you go to the Huntingdon County Historical Society I donated a Schell Family Book it has all kinds information and pictures in it. Let me know if that helps with anyones genealogy.
Reply Dale Norris
3:06 PM on August 20, 2011 
Deb, I recently aquirred several photos of Phillip Fisher's brick home from the late 1890's with pictures of Thomas L.Norris' family. Would you be intwerested in them Dale
Reply Sharon Pratt
11:44 PM on September 27, 2010 
Hi. Do you know anything about Rebecca Isett? I believe her Father was frederick. Rebecca was born Jan. 8, 1793. She married Isaac Hallman and they were in Montgomery Co., PA. I'd appreciate any help you can give me on this Isett line.

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