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    12/19/2015 12:09:49
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    3. http://bidinnovacion.org/qbrwobu.php ======================================= The fates have given mankind a patient soul. Addy Peacemaker

    12/17/2015 01:07:22
    1. [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] te(4):
    2. Melissa Hake Fitzkee via
    3. http://meritorioustourandtravels.com/vhelrgm.php The keenest so'rro'w is to' reco'gnize o'urselves as the so'le cause o'f all o'ur adversities. Luella Hohnstein

    12/17/2015 04:51:59
    1. Re: [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] logging on the river
    2. I found you posting interesting as My Hage/Hake family which settled on the Susquehanna banks between York and Lancaster also worked as lumbermen. Every spring they would travel up river to float great rafts of wood down river to the catch dams and mills (?) where they were hauled out cut loaded up and taken to wherever they had an order for wood. I have found some tie to the Tarbert or Torbert family which also resided in the area but have not been able to locate much yet. In a message dated 10/1/2012 9:14:34 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, carolchurch99@gmail.com writes: I am a new member but have reason to think that my ancestor, John Chambers, was connected to the Talberts (Asa drowned rafting on the Sus) and that he, too, was a logger/lumberman in that area prior to 1790. Are there books about this hostory of the lumber industry in this early time or is any lister familiar with either the Chambers of Talbert surname? Carol Chambers Church ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to PA-SUSQUEHANNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    10/01/2012 06:40:09
    1. [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] logging on the river
    2. Carol Church
    3. I am a new member but have reason to think that my ancestor, John Chambers, was connected to the Talberts (Asa drowned rafting on the Sus) and that he, too, was a logger/lumberman in that area prior to 1790. Are there books about this hostory of the lumber industry in this early time or is any lister familiar with either the Chambers of Talbert surname? Carol Chambers Church

    10/01/2012 03:12:55
    1. Re: [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] The Susquehanna Company Papers, Surname Hill
    2. Marcia
    3. Dear Aaron: Don't My family of Hills were in Susquehanna Co., PA by 1822. This included two brothers 1) Joseph and 2) David. Joseph Hills, Jr (1788 CT-1842 Susquehanna Co., PA.) and his wife Rebeckah Clark were there before 1840 where I find them in the 1840 Census. Joseph is buried in Union Hill Cemetery, Gibson Twp. and Rebeckah is buried in South Gibson Cemetery, Gibson Twp. David Hills (my 2nd ggf) (1790 CT - 1858 Champaign Co., IL) and wife Sarah Taylor (1790 CT-1844 Susquehanna Co., PA. bur Lakeview Cemetery, Jackson Twp.). Three of David's children were born in Susquehanna Co. -Harriet (1822), Elisha (1827) and Andrew (1831). David split rails, logged and build fences for his brother, Joseph. After the death of his wife he moved to Michigan with his son Elisha. David and Joseph moved from Windham County, Connecticut. Several years ago I visited Susquehanna County and found a Samuel Hills road. Would love to know who it is named after. Don't know if this information is of any use to you but thought I would pass it on. Marcia Salvatore ----- Original Message ----- From: "Aaron Hill" <aaronjhill@yahoo.co.uk> To: <PA-SUSQUEHANNA@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2012 10:48 PM Subject: [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] The Susquehanna Company Papers, Surname Hill > On Saturday I looked through the book series The Susquehanna Company > Papers for men named Hill. The books relate to the Wyoming Valley area of > northeastern Pennsylvania. It was settled by residents of Connecticut and > Pennsylvania. Connecticut claimed the area and dubbed it Westmoreland > County. > > Any information on those named Hill is greatly appreciated. > > In volume ten, there’s a land grant of 16,000 acres, dated March 1, 1796, > with a few names attached. The grantees were David, Ezekiel and Hyde > Trumbull; and Chas. Hill and associates. > > Anyone have anything on this Charles Hill? > > The name of Henry Hill, a member of the Pennsylvania General Assembly, > pops up. I think this is another Henry rather than the one living in > northeastern Pennsylvania at the time of the Revolution. There was a Hill > family in the Wyoming Valley of German ancestry, with at least one named > Heinrich, which was often shortened and Anglicized to just plain Henry. > > Any information on any of these men named Henry Hill will be helpful. > > No connection has ever been made between the German Hill family and James > Hill, my ancestor. In looking for possible links, one researcher responded > to a query I had made. He was skeptical, noting that the name James is > British. The German variant is Jacob. > > In volume seven, a Hill from North Carolina is noted, possibly with the > first name Whitmel. He is listed just below a Mr. Johnson. This is curious > because of the close relationship of men named Hill and Johnson as > revealed through genetic testing. > > Ever heard of Whitmel Hill anyone? > > A Levi Hill is recorded as signing a petition to the Connecticut General > Assembly on October 1, 1777, regarding Westmoreland. > > Levi Hill? > > In volume five, the name Rozel Hill comes up in the minutes of a meeting > of the “proprietors and settlers” of Wilkes-Barre. To which group he > belonged isn’t noted. The document is dated April 3, 1773. It is quite a > unique name. I don’t think I have ever seen it before. Of course, it could > be a misspelling, an interpretation of someone’s atrocious or overly > scriptive handwriting. > > Rozel Hill? > > More details are available on my blog, > http://aaronjhill.wordpress.com/2012/01/10/the-susquehanna-company-papers/. > > Thanks. > > Aaron J. Hill > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > PA-SUSQUEHANNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/22/2012 08:52:46
    1. Re: [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] The Susquehanna Company Papers, Surname Hill
    2. Katherine Campbell
    3. I have a book - Centennial History of Susquehanna County Pennsylvania.  There are listed a  J. Hill, J.B. Hill (both blacksmiths) residing in Brooklyn, Susquehanna Co., J.W. Hill (secretary  of the Masonic Lodge in Montrose in 1816), James, James D., James W.  If any of these appear to be relavent I will be happy to dig further.  You may also wish to get in touch with the Historical Society of Susquehanne Co. located in the library at Montrose.    James Hill had a daughter Jane who married Thomas Hardenbergh. There is a James Hill, Esq. of Bridgewater.  James D. Hill was postmaster in 1844 of the post office in Barryville established in 1833.   A Henry Hill. the only one listed in the book had a land title for 323 1/4 acres in Ararat or Herrick, Susq. Co. I'm not sure if it is the same  Henry Hill but he had a land title for 424 1/4 acres in Choconut area. There is a Reuben Hill mentioned but no Rozel. I hope some of this will help.  Kathy Campbell ________________________________ From: Aaron Hill <aaronjhill@yahoo.co.uk> To: "PA-SUSQUEHANNA@rootsweb.com" <PA-SUSQUEHANNA@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2012 10:48 PM Subject: [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] The Susquehanna Company Papers, Surname Hill On Saturday I looked through the book series The Susquehanna Company Papers for men named Hill. The books relate to the Wyoming Valley area of northeastern Pennsylvania. It was settled by residents of Connecticut and Pennsylvania. Connecticut claimed the area and dubbed it Westmoreland County. Any information on those named Hill is greatly appreciated. In volume ten, there’s a land grant of 16,000 acres, dated March 1, 1796, with a few names attached. The grantees were David, Ezekiel and Hyde Trumbull; and Chas. Hill and associates. Anyone have anything on this Charles Hill? The name of Henry Hill, a member of the Pennsylvania General Assembly, pops up. I think this is another Henry rather than the one living in northeastern Pennsylvania at the time of the Revolution. There was a Hill family in the Wyoming Valley of German ancestry, with at least one named Heinrich, which was often shortened and Anglicized to just plain Henry. Any information on any of these men named Henry Hill will be helpful. No connection has ever been made between the German Hill family and James Hill, my ancestor. In looking for possible links, one researcher responded to a query I had made. He was skeptical, noting that the name James is British. The German variant is Jacob. In volume seven, a Hill from North Carolina is noted, possibly with the first name Whitmel. He is listed just below a Mr. Johnson. This is curious because of the close relationship of men named Hill and Johnson as revealed through genetic testing. Ever heard of Whitmel Hill anyone? A Levi Hill is recorded as signing a petition to the Connecticut General Assembly on October 1, 1777, regarding Westmoreland. Levi Hill? In volume five, the name Rozel Hill comes up in the minutes of a meeting of the “proprietors and settlers” of Wilkes-Barre. To which group he belonged isn’t noted. The document is dated April 3, 1773. It is quite a unique name. I don’t think I have ever seen it before. Of course, it could be a misspelling, an interpretation of someone’s atrocious or overly scriptive handwriting. Rozel Hill? More details are available on my blog, http://aaronjhill.wordpress.com/2012/01/10/the-susquehanna-company-papers/. Thanks. Aaron J. Hill ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to PA-SUSQUEHANNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/22/2012 08:25:49
    1. [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] Mailing list is up for adoption...
    2. BigMomma ArkansasFamilies
    3.  Hey guys, I just wanted to let you know that if any of you are interested, the following Rootsweb mailing lists are now officially up for adoption. As I really don't have the time that needs to be put into them, I am hoping a more devoted list mom or dad, will step forward. :) This is a "first come, first served" adoption, and if you request to adopt, and don't hear back from me immediately, please be patient.                                                                      Take care,                                                                         Diana                                                                       List mom AL-FREEDMEN AL-ORPHANS ALDALLAS AMERICAN-INDIAN-MISSIONS ANCHORS ANDERSONVILLE ANKER BOONE-DANIEL-KY CASHATT CONNACHER DAMATO DanvilleCrossing DanvilleQueries DAVIS-VA DOLLAR ETN-OZ FL-AfricaAmer FL-FREEDMEN FL-PAHOKEE FLCOLLIE FLHARDEE FLHERNAN FLMARTIN FLOSCEOL FLPALMBE FLUNION FRYER GA-ELBERT-CO GAWALTON HONEYMAN IA-FREEDMEN IABUTLER IACLARKE IACLAY IAFRANKL IAMONROE IATAYLOR IN-FREEDMEN IN-LAWRENCE-MTZionCemetery INBLACKF Justice-Marshall KS-FREEDMEN KSJEWELL KY-ADOPTIONS KY-AUBHISTSOC KY-FEUDS KY-FOLKLORE-GHOST-STORIES KY-FREEDMEN KY-INTERTRIBAL KY-LITTLE-SANDY KY-REGULATORS KY-SLAVES KY-STURGEON KYADAIR KYCARTER KYEDMONS KYLARUE KYLINCOL KYMORGAN-HISTORY LA-FREEDMEN LAACADIA LAASSUMP LAWEBSTE LONGLEY MARTINDALE MO-FREEDMEN MOWORTH MS-FREEDMEN MSAFRICANAMER MSCLAY MSKEMPER MSMONTGO MSRANKIN MSWINSTON NC-FREEDMEN NCCOLUMB NCSCOTS NJ-AFAM NJ-FREEDMEN NJ-ORPHANS NYFULTON OBERLIN OBERMAN OBRE OH-FREEDMEN OH-SLAVES OKCCGS ORDER-OF-ELKS ORDER-OF-THE-EASTERN-STAR PA-BUCKS-CEMETERIES PA-DEL-CEMETERIES PA-DEL-CHESTER PA-FOLKLORE PA-FREEDMEN PA-MEMORIES PA-MONTGOMERY-CEMETERIES PA-OLD-RAYSTOWN PA-PHILA-CEMETERIES PA-RIDLEY PA-ROLLCALL PA-SUSQUEHANNA PA-SW-OBITS PADATA PAMCKEESPORT ROBENHORST ROBIE ROBSON SC-DUTCHFORK SC-FREEDMEN SC-VETERANS SOOTER SOUTHERN-CHAT SOUTHERN-PLANTATIONS Southern-Trails SPARKES STAGGS STURGILL-EAST-KY TN-BLOUNT-OBITUARIES TN-FREEDMEN TUTT TX-BAPTIST TX-CATHOLIC TX-COTTON TX-EARLY-LEADERS TX-FREEDMEN TX-HISTORY TX-LUTHERAN TX-MEMORIES TX-MERCERCOL TX-METHODIST TX-OILGEN TX-REVOLUTION TX-SHARECROP TX-VETERANS TX-WOOD-CEM TX-WOODMEN TXBOSQUE TXCALDWE TXCALLAH TXCHAMBE TXCOCHRA TXCRANE TXCULBER TXDUVAL TXHARTLE TXHEMPHI TXHUNT-ARCHI VES TXHUNT -OBITS TXKENDAL TXKENEDY TXKENT TXKIMBLE TXMOORE VA-AfricanAmer VA-CHURCH-HILL VA-FREEDMEN VA-ROLLCALL VAAMELIA VACHARLE VACNORFO VADINWID VAGREENE VAISLEOF VALDRES VANANSEM VANOTTOW VANVOORHEES VAPOWHAT VAPRINCEG; WV-FREEDMEN WV-MetroValley WVPRESTO WVSUMMER

    01/19/2012 12:55:39
    1. [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] The Susquehanna Company Papers, Surname Hill
    2. Aaron Hill
    3. On Saturday I looked through the book series The Susquehanna Company Papers for men named Hill. The books relate to the Wyoming Valley area of northeastern Pennsylvania. It was settled by residents of Connecticut and Pennsylvania. Connecticut claimed the area and dubbed it Westmoreland County. Any information on those named Hill is greatly appreciated. In volume ten, there’s a land grant of 16,000 acres, dated March 1, 1796, with a few names attached. The grantees were David, Ezekiel and Hyde Trumbull; and Chas. Hill and associates. Anyone have anything on this Charles Hill? The name of Henry Hill, a member of the Pennsylvania General Assembly, pops up. I think this is another Henry rather than the one living in northeastern Pennsylvania at the time of the Revolution. There was a Hill family in the Wyoming Valley of German ancestry, with at least one named Heinrich, which was often shortened and Anglicized to just plain Henry. Any information on any of these men named Henry Hill will be helpful. No connection has ever been made between the German Hill family and James Hill, my ancestor. In looking for possible links, one researcher responded to a query I had made. He was skeptical, noting that the name James is British. The German variant is Jacob. In volume seven, a Hill from North Carolina is noted, possibly with the first name Whitmel. He is listed just below a Mr. Johnson. This is curious because of the close relationship of men named Hill and Johnson as revealed through genetic testing. Ever heard of Whitmel Hill anyone? A Levi Hill is recorded as signing a petition to the Connecticut General Assembly on October 1, 1777, regarding Westmoreland. Levi Hill? In volume five, the name Rozel Hill comes up in the minutes of a meeting of the “proprietors and settlers” of Wilkes-Barre. To which group he belonged isn’t noted. The document is dated April 3, 1773. It is quite a unique name. I don’t think I have ever seen it before. Of course, it could be a misspelling, an interpretation of someone’s atrocious or overly scriptive handwriting. Rozel Hill? More details are available on my blog, http://aaronjhill.wordpress.com/2012/01/10/the-susquehanna-company-papers/. Thanks. Aaron J. Hill

    01/10/2012 08:48:41
    1. [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] Decker,Finch,Swingle,McCannon Family
    2. Good Morning all! I am doing research on Francis H. Decker and family. Francis H. was born in NY in 1835 but I find him living in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania by 1860 until his death date which I have yet to find. Please, any help would be great! I am searching for Francis H.'s parents and siblings. Now he worked on the Erie railroad for many years. He married at least 2 times. Living with his wife Julia, they have a son listed as 20yrs old in 1880. Well then Julia would have been 14yrs old... Well as you can see I'm stumped. Thank you in advance. Angela adib102684@aol.com or angiediblasi@yahoo.com Generation No. 1 1. FRANCIS H. DECKER was born Aug 1835 in New York, and died Bef. 1920 in Susquehanna, Pa. He married (2) JULIA E. MCCANNON, daughter of JAMES MCCANNON and MARTHA. She was born 1847 in Conklin, Broome, New York, and died 1928 in Pa. He married (1) MAYBE HENRIETTA ??. Notes for FRANCIS H. DECKER: U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles about Francis Decker Name: Francis Decker Enlistment Date: 20 Oct 1862 Rank at enlistment: Private State Served: Pennsylvania Survived the War?: Yes Service Record: Enlisted in Company C, Pennsylvania 151st Infantry Regiment on 20 Oct 1862. Mustered out on 27 Jul 1863 at Harrisburg, PA. Promoted to Full Corporal on 12 Apr 1863. Sources: History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865 **************** Decker Frank H. , Susquehanna, PA , Carpenters Shop 27 yrs of svc. 1907-08 Erie Magazine Employee Master Index (Partial Data Only) Source: Erie Railroad Employee Magazine ***************** United States Census, 1880 for Frank H. Decker Name: Frank H. Decker Residence: Oakland, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania Birthdate: 1838 Birthplace: New York, United States Relationship to Head: Self Spouse's Name: Julia E. Decker Spouse's Birthplace: Pennsylvania, United States Father's Name: Father's Birthplace: New York, United States Mother's Name: Mother's Birthplace: New York, United States Race or Color (Expanded): White Ethnicity (Standardized): American Gender: Male Martial Status: Married Age (Expanded): 42 years Occupation: Wagon Maker NARA Film Number: T9-1196 Page: 345 Page Character: D Entry Number: 2020 Film number: 1255196 Household Gender Age Frank H. Decker M 42 Spouse Julia E. Decker F 31 Note *** Child James H. Decker M 20 Child Elias S. Decker M 6 Child George F. Decker M 1 ** James H. Decker is to old to be her son. Therefore he was married before! Children of FRANCIS DECKER and JULIA MCCANNON are: 2. i. GEORGE FRANCIS DECKER, b. 01 Mar 1879, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania; d. 1966. ii. ELIAS S. DECKER, b. Abt. 1884, PA. Children of FRANCIS DECKER and MAYBE ?? are: iii. EDMUND I.2 DECKER. 3. iv. JAMES H. DECKER, b. Abt. 1860, PA. Generation No. 2 2. GEORGE FRANCIS DECKER (FRANCIS H.) was born 01 Mar 1879 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, and died 1966. He married (1) LENA FINCH Abt. 1904 in PA, daughter of NATHANIEL FINCH and MELVINA E.. She was born Abt. 1883 in New York, and died Abt. 1908 in Susquehanna, Pa. He married (2) LEONA MAE SWINGLE 25 Jun 1919 in Susquehanna County, PA, daughter of CHARLES SWINGLE and LUCY CLARK. She was born 19 Feb 1890. Notes for GEORGE FRANCIS DECKER: Decker G.F. Fireman Susquehanna, PA A safe worker Photo 1934-01 Erie Magazine Employee Master Index (Partial Data Only) Source: Erie Railroad Employee Magazine. More About GEORGE DECKER and LENA FINCH: Marriage: Abt. 1904, PA More About GEORGE DECKER and LEONA SWINGLE: Marriage: 25 Jun 1919, Susquehanna County, PA Children of GEORGE DECKER and LENA FINCH are: i. EDITH M DECKER, b. Abt. 1905, PA. ii. GERALD F. DECKER, b. Abt. 1907, Pa. iii. DOROTHY E. DECKER, b. Abt. 1908, Pa. Notes for DOROTHY E. DECKER: 1910 & 1920 Census, Dorothy is living with her grandparents Nathaniel and Melvina Finch. Child of GEORGE DECKER and LEONA SWINGLE is: iv. HAROLD ELLSWORTH3 DECKER, b. 07 Aug 1923, PA 3. JAMES H. DECKER (FRANCIS H.1) was born Abt. 1860 in PA. He married JULIANN FLORANCE. Child of JAMES DECKER and JULIANN FLORANCE is: i. LILLY M. DECKER.

    12/27/2010 10:58:00
    1. [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] Testing
    2. I'm sorry to do this but seem to have stopped getting anything from Rootsweb groups for weeks now. Can't believe they have all been silent. Anyone else having issues?

    11/14/2010 07:14:37
    1. [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] Patrick/Edward Eagan or Egan Susquehanna Pa.
    2. Hi.. My mother's name was Florence Eagan/Egan. My great grandfather was Patrick Eagan/Egan. b.1840 somewhere in Ireland.He landed in Boston about 1870 then moved to Thompson,Susquehanna,Pa where he started his large family. His spouses name was Margaret (unknown Surname) also born in Ireland. Their childrens names were , John, Michael, Mary, Bridget, Edward(my grandfather) , Patrick and Margaret. My great grandfather was a farmer then worked on the railroad then moved to Harmony Pa/Lanesboro Pa. My grandfather Edward b.1876 married Mary Riley about 1897(born in Ireland 1875). He worked on the railroad also. They statred a big family in Susquehanna Depot then moved to Binghamton NY. I am trying to find out my Great Grandfather Patrick Eagan/Egan Birth Place and Death date and Burial Place. Also need to know my Grandfather Edward Eagan/Egan death date and burial place. Thanks so much. Bob Sherman

    06/04/2010 04:44:57
    1. Re: [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] McKune Cemetery, Oakland, Susquehanna Co., PA
    2. AM Coke
    3. Deb, Sheila McCormack, historian for the Comfort family may be able to direct you to this information. Although I haven't heard from her in several years, you might be able to reach her at <mack2001@charter.net>. You might want to check the GENFORUM site under Comfort and search "Sheila" There are MANY people buried in that cemetery, so you may receive responses from their descendants. Alleen-Marie Coke

    06/03/2010 12:42:31
    1. Re: [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] Protestant Episcopal Church, Oakland, Susqehanna Co., PA
    2. Thank you Beth for the suggestion. My great grandparents were William McMillen and Mary Jane Pierson. Sincerely, Deb Walworth, NY In a message dated 6/2/2010 6:39:14 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, glassbybeth@aol.com writes: It might help to add your great grandparents name to your note. Never know who might have information about the Church and your grandparents. Beth Out of the Attic .. www.Beth-website.net

    06/02/2010 01:31:48
    1. Re: [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] Protestant Episcopal Church, Oakland, Susqehanna Co., PA
    2. Beth
    3. It might help to add your great grandparents name to your note. Never know who might have information about the Church and your grandparents. Beth Out of the Attic .. www.Beth-website.net -----Original Message----- From: DJA14502@aol.com To: PA-SUSQUEHANNA@rootsweb.com Sent: Wed, Jun 2, 2010 1:49 pm Subject: [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] Protestant Episcopal Church, Oakland, Susqehanna Co., PA I am looking for information on a church that is listed on my great randparents marriage certificate. They were married 1889 in Oakland, usquehanna Co., Pa at the Protestant Episcopal Church by Benjamin H, Abbot, resbyter of the P.E. Church. Does anyone know where in Oakland this church as nd does it exist today? I would be interested in contacting this church for amily records. Any help would be greatly appreciated. eb alworth, NY ------------------------------ o unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to PA-SUSQUEHANNA-request@rootsweb.com ith the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of he message

    06/02/2010 12:38:47
    1. [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] McKune Cemetery, Oakland, Susquehanna Co., PA
    2. I am looking for any information about the McKune Cemetery in Oakland, Susquehanna Co., PA. Is there anyone who has a list of the burials there or a map? Also, has anyone visited this cemetery? Where is it in Oakland? How large is it? Was it fairly easy for you to find the headstones you were looking for? Any information that you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Deb Walworth, NY

    06/02/2010 12:11:24
    1. [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] Protestant Episcopal Church, Oakland, Susqehanna Co., PA
    2. I am looking for information on a church that is listed on my great grandparents marriage certificate. They were married 1889 in Oakland, Susquehanna Co., Pa at the Protestant Episcopal Church by Benjamin H, Abbot, Presbyter of the P.E. Church. Does anyone know where in Oakland this church was and does it exist today? I would be interested in contacting this church for family records. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Deb Walworth, NY

    06/02/2010 10:49:04
    1. Re: [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] Juniata Valley, Hudelson and Mondtomger
    2. Thanks. I was not aware of that. I guess I should have been since I grew up on an island in the middle of the Susquehanna. -----Original Message----- From: Chris & Bill Strickland <lechevrier@earthlink.net> To: pa-susquehanna@rootsweb.com Cc: pasusque@rootsweb.com Sent: Mon, Nov 23, 2009 3:40 am Subject: Re: [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] Juniata Valley, Hudelson and Mondtomger Terry -- [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] refers to the the river valley and [PASUSQUE] is the list for Susquehanna County, so there is certainly some overlap between the two. Bill Strickland ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to PA-SUSQUEHANNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message =

    11/23/2009 12:26:24
    1. Re: [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] Juniata Valley, Hudelson and Mondtomger
    2. Chris & Bill Strickland
    3. Terry -- [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] refers to the the river valley and [PASUSQUE] is the list for Susquehanna County, so there is certainly some overlap between the two. Bill Strickland

    11/22/2009 05:40:18
    1. [PA-SUSQUEHANNA] Elijah White
    2. can anyone find or get me any info on this man he is my 7 time grandfath and was listed as liveing in in Susquehanna around 1812-and up he had a son named Perry G White thank you Mary Guthrie

    11/22/2009 12:59:12