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- MORANS posted by Dan Touse on Tuesday, October 2, 2001
- seek any info on MORANS of Genesee Township, esp Patrick [b 1798, Ire] whose children all appear to have been born in Canada. Any info helpful...please email Thank You Dan
- CRAMER posted by Frank P McDonald on Saturday, October 6, 2001
- I am looking for a female born to Gertrude CRAMER 1962-1963 Brother Frank, Sister Debby. Family resided in Coudersport after moving from Bradford area. Please foreward any information. I found late in life this is my 1/2 sister.
- STEWART, STEWARTS posted by Harry Charles Stewart on Saturday, October 27, 2001
- I`m looking for any STEWART or STEWARTS that is related to the old Stewart St in Binghamton, NY. (not sure its there anymore) Dads name was Clare Stewart
- CUMMINO, MCFALL posted by B McFall on Tuesday, November 27, 2001
- MCFALL -- CUMMINO Sanger was looking for Caroline (carrie) McFall madison on an old query board. Your e mail no longer works. I've got that info for you.
- HURLBUT, RICE posted by Mark J. Davidson on Tuesday, December 18, 2001
- Looking for info on Henry Orson RICE and wife Clara Viola HURLBUT of Harrison Valley,Potter Co.,PA. They were living in Potter Co. as of 1919. John William Gathany and Florence Marilla Rice were married by Rev. Benjamin Coleman in the Rice home, Harrison Valley,Potter Co., PA on 20 November 1919
- LOUCKS, LOW, LOWE posted by Lecia Lowe on Tuesday, December 18, 2001
- I am looking for information on Wilson LOW(e) m. to Almeda LOUCKS, They are buried in The West Hill Cemetery in Galeton, Pa. Wilson is my brick wall, I know he married Almeda in Grahamsville in 1878. I have children but no Parents for either. I would appreciate any help. Thanks Lecia Lowe
- ORDIWAY posted by Kay Ordiway Clark on Sunday, December 30, 2001
- ORDIWAY, George and Hannah, were residing in Potter County in 1860 with one son, Benjamin, one daughter, Annette, and assumably the Geo W buried in West Branch cemetery was also their infant son. The NW PA Ordiways were a secretive lot and left no paper trail easily found. Any information on these Ordiways would be appreciatecd.
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