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- MILLER, TOMB posted by Linda Valetta on Friday, October 13, 2000
- I have found Jonathan B. MILLER born Jan 29, 1857 married Margaret TOMB Sept 10, 1881 in Kraybill's Pine Creek Valley book. This John and Maggie Miller were the parents of my mother in law Minnie Miller. I have another sorce that tells me that this Jonathan lived in Kettle Creek. Can anyone help me with this line of Miller's. I have quite a few post cards written to Fannie Lupold mother of Margaret Tomb. If anyone is interested in this branch please let me know. Linda
- CARNEY, DOUGLAS posted by Barbara Robertson on Sunday, October 22, 2000
- I am looking for information about the CARNEY family who lived in Potter Co, PA in 1910 according to the census. Could some one be so kind to look for John A. Carney Julia E. (DOUGLAS) Carney I know their daughters Mary and Leona were in that census also. May have been Coudersport. Thank you, Barb
- HALSEY posted by Mary Harrington on Tuesday, October 24, 2000
- Need help finding ancestry of Mathew HALSEY who possibley lived in this county; child, Frank Halsey of Andover. Can't find Mathew anywhere here. Possible parents of Mathew Halsey; Harrison, or Gaius, or Rufus. Suggestions? Referrals?
- HARVEY posted by J Eckert on Tuesday, November 7, 2000
- I am researching the Octagon house located in West Bingham. To my knowledge a man by the name of Jerome HARVEY built it in 1869. If any of his decendants are still living I would be very interested in learning more about the history of the home.
- COLVIN, STEBBINS posted by Louise Treat on Saturday, November 11, 2000
- Harvey STEBBINS died March 30,1899 born 1828 in Potter Co Pa. maybe Harrison Valley area. He married Charlotte COLVIN born 1826 & she died May 14, 1883. Looking for the names of Charlotte Colvin's parents.
- BILLINGS, MALTBY posted by Jane Ashby on Tuesday, November 14, 2000
- Looking for information on Rev. Horace MALTBY b. Dec 25, 1807 died April 29, 1882. Wife was Lovina BILLINGS.
- KLASSE, SCHEIBNER, VALETTA, WENTZEL posted by Linda Valetta on Tuesday, November 14, 2000
- Looking for information on VALETTA's who lived in Carter CAmp/Germania from 1860 to 1900. Frantz and Anna are burried behind the Catholic Church in Germania. Also want information on Emma WENTZEL who married Joseph Valetta and the KLASSE and SCHEIBNER families. Linda
- COLEGROVE, KEMP posted by Nina Colgrove on Sunday, November 19, 2000
- KEMP, George Emery And Ida COLEGROVE - looking for this family in Clara or Sharon Township of Potter County. They were married in 1880 with children Walter, Kitty, Lee, Harry, George, Daniel, Erwin. Would appreciate any information.
- ABSON posted by David Andrews on Wednesday, November 22, 2000
- I am researching the ABSON family from Wakefield Yorkshire England And by chance I came upon the Potter County Bible entry of Edward Abson . It is difficult to recognise Edwards entry in the Wakefield Parish Register of births , because they only record the date of the christening . I suspect that his parents were Anthony and Maria Abson , who christened an Edward on 22 July 1827 . It is interesting to note that one of Edwards children is called Maria . Do you have any clues that would help my research ? I also noted that Anthony Abson died on 13 nov 1880 , could this have been a brother who also crossed the water ? kind regards .
- CHESTNUT, SNYDER posted by Ethan Messinger on Thursday, November 23, 2000
- Anybody ever hear of Stony Fork (or Fort) in Potter County (not Tioga)? The family story is that George CHESTNUT (1852-1918)met Harriet Elizabeth SNYDER (1855-1940)at a lumber camp near there. They married and later settled in Lycoming County.
- CARR, HICKS, NORTON posted by Carol Burt on Sunday, November 26, 2000
- CARR..HICKS..NORTON ..Info Needed farmers..large yellow house..near Coudersport,potter Co.PA. Frank.wilbur.clarissa.jemima.duncan and mary Carr George Norton...My Family Visited From Ontario Canada In 1920'S To 1970'S....Did They Really Exist???no clues anywhere?Please e-mail me if names ring a bell..... thanks muchly... carol
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