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Anyone who would like look-up on
the 1900 Census anywhere in PA can email me. Once I find your
ancestors I will mail you a copy of the actual census (from an
on- line service). I will do a quick look-up for free.
| Northern Dauphin County? :I have about 50
books or records - including church and cemetery records from
|I have a great deal of information on Bucks,
descending from Christian Buck, who settled in Londonderry,
which I believe is now in Dauphin County. My family line
scattered all over PA and various other parts of the USA, but I
have quite a few of them tracked. I would be glad to share this
information with anyone who needs it.
|East Hanover Township, birth,
death, and marriage dates, for several hundred Hetricks/Hedricks.
|Will search indexes to
Harrisburg gen soc.on the Cemeteries in and around Harrisburg.
Nadine Hensley (E-mail reported broken, if anyone has it
let me know )
|I have three Tombstone
Inscriptions of Dauphin Co. by Oscar H. Stroh. Also have Dauphin
Co. Vital Records by Rice,Germani,Dellock. Early Marriage
Evidence from the Court Records of Dauphin Co. (Including
Lebanon Co) 1785-1810. Compiled by Annette K. Burgert. Be glad
to copy and or look-up. Gert
|I have researched the name
Hetrick on my maternal grandmother's side of the family back to
Adam and Mary Burd Hetrick in 1792. The family was in Perry
County. I would be willing to share that information with anyone
interested.My email address is
|I'm willing to search my Snyder and Hoover
surnames to help someone.
Bob Snyder Rcs3612@aol.com
|I am willing to share information on my
Dauphin Co. history. I have over 6,000 names in my database
that all originate from Dauphin Co. after arriving in America.
I have a lot of history that includes these names Matter, Motter,
Schupp, Shoop, Lebo, Weiss, Schott, Smeltzer, Ritzman, Bowerman,
Romberger, Light and other related names.
|I will do lookups in
the following three references: "Geschichte der Familie JÜNGST"
("Historyof the JÜNGST Family), by Dorothea v CHAMISSO,
Leverkusen, Germany, 1993 (in German, indexed); "The FISHBURNS",
by John E. FISHBURN, Sunriver, OR, Revised Edition 1992 (no
index) and "SESTERCENTENNIAL HISTORY HILL LUTHERAN CHURCH (Berg
Kirche), 1733-1983" at Cleona (Tombstone Inscriptions w/map
[indexed] and some member, etc. names).
Donovan Yingst -
DONOVAN'S GENEALOGY IDAHO --
|Have "Early Families of Lancaster, Lebanon,
and Dauphin Counties
Pennsylvania" by Keith A. Dull and am
willing to do look-ups.
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