Posted Queries for May 2000


CROSBY, MILLER, QUIMBY posted by Marjorie Sutton on Monday, May 1, 2000

QUIMBY, CROSBY, MILLER Looking for info gg grandfather Levi Quimby died Coudersport Pa July 15,1901. Also grandparents Ralph Miller and Viva Quimby Miller buried in cemetary coudersport area(don't know name)

BURTON, BUTTON posted by Carol Schiraldi on Monday, May 8, 2000

Potterbrook Cemetery - does anyone know who I can contact for listing of BUTTON s and BURTON S buried there?

HOLMES, MCKEE posted by Deborah Fenton Martinez on Friday, May 12, 2000

Margaret HOLMES (1820-1891) m. John MCKEE of Ireland possibly in Potter Co. Moved to Iowa and had d. Margaret MCKEE in 1859. Any info would be appreciated. Thank you!

SKINNER posted by Charmaine Riley Holley on Friday, May 12, 2000

Working on SKINNER family (families) - specifically Chauncey R. SKINNER and wife Urilla.Also family of their son Chauncey A. SKINNER and his wife Abigail.They were back and forth between Potter and Tioga Cos. from 1827 to after 1860. I have a feeling that their farm lay on the county line. Chauncey R. was born in abt 1797 in CT and Urilla the same year in VT. They lived in NY where they had two daughters (names unk.),William D. and Soloman. They then moved to PA by 1827 and had Chauncey A. They are on the Potter Co.census in 1830. Want to share :)

FRENCH, HAUGHENBERRY, SHAFFER posted by Dee Zito on Saturday, May 13, 2000

Searching for parents/siblings of Amos FRENCH b. ~1827, m. aft. 1854 to Elizabeth HAUGHENBERRY (nee SHAFFER) b. 15 Mar 1828. Elizabeth died 1912 in Coudersport; Amos' date & place of death unknown. Have lots of info on Elizabeth's family to share. Any information welcome. Thanks. Dee

CLARK posted by Heather Dodge on Tuesday, May 16, 2000

Cemeteries In Burtville. I am looking for cemeteries near Burtville. I am looking for Michael CLARK who died February 8, 1864 at the age of about 84 in Burtville. Any help on a Cemetery to look up would be appreciated!!

DODGE posted by Kay Brownell Reed on Wednesday, May 17, 2000

DODGE -- Thanks to the interest of Bob and Rose Matthews who just moved to Potter Co. from Orlando, Florida, we have found the burial place of Israel and Mary Dodge and an infant child. They purchased the old DODGE farm in Elmer and tried to have part of it made into a cemetery. In doing so they found it already had that classification and know the place where Israel, Mary, and Infant Dodge are buried. They plan to have it marked this summer sometime.

TRADER, TREADER, TREDER, TREJDER posted by Marlene Trader Molisee on Friday, May 19, 2000

TRADER --Looking for info on the Trader surname, many spellings used TREDER TREJDER TREADER to name a few. I was told that some of the Trader family lived in several areas of Pa. They came from Poland, some settled in Canada and some in the USA.Surnames associated with the Trader name are: Kuyawa, Sobieski, Tarnowski, Lepak, Labuda, Litterski, Kreski, Helewski, Novak, Kenopic, Coulas, Koulas, Blaskovitch, Knitter, Marciniak, Walkowiak, Mosiniak, Jakubek, Sobczyk,

REES posted by A H Fluman on Friday, May 19, 2000

REES, Ely; founded Reesville about 1830. Any info?

DEININGER posted by Deininger Robert on Saturday, May 20, 2000

DEININGER, any,from penn.

GITCHELL, HEAD, LOVELL, RUMSEY posted by Marianne Pearson on Wednesday, May 24, 2000

looking for any info on LOVELL,HEAD,RUMSEY or GITCHELL family who lived in the Potter county area in 1800's. thanks

MADISON, MATTESON, MATTISON posted by Alice Monschke on Monday, May 29, 2000

MATTESON/MATTISON/MADISON -- Looking for gravesite and dates on Gideon Matteson who moved to the Hebron area between 1840-1850. Father of 13 children including Manoah Matteson and Sarah (Sallie) Matteson Allen who were buried in the area as well.

LEMMLER posted by Jerry Smith on Wednesday, May 31, 2000

LEMMLER - I am looking for information on Virginia Lemmler. She was born in 1904 and died in 1991. I believe she resided in Potter County most of her life. I believe Lemmler was her married name. Any information would be helpful.

DINGEE, FOSTER, RICE posted by Nina Colgrove on Wednesday, May 31, 2000

I have a marriage certificate for 1860 signed by M. H? RICE, Paster, M.&.C Coudersport. Does that person or organization ring a bell? I would like to identify the organization then and now to try to get birth records. The bride and groom were Elvira FOSTER of Homer Potter and Harlow DINGEE of Keating, Potter. Thank you for any info.



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