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Mount and Allied Families
Crow, Hornaday, Skeen. Historical information, document transcriptions, photos
Cole and Allied Families
Armacost, Bryan, Gard, Stairs.
Connects to Gard.
Connects to Applegate and Richey. Where do the two Sutton lines connect if they do?
Connects to both Collings and Bryan families.
Family group sheets, obits, document transcriptions, photos
Family group sheets, obits, letters
Hartmann and Allied Families
Hilgert, Bade, Behrens.
Pat's FAYETTE CO., PA lines
Face it folks, Johnson and Smith are hard lines to crack. However once I made a breakthrough, the Johnson
outline developed very quickly, thanks in part to Ancestry's census collection, to the number of Fayette Co.
histories and genealogies available on-line and to Debby Harris for keeping me on track. The Smiths have taken longer
but I'm confident that the family will eventually get fleshed out.
A very special thank you to all the wonderful people and cousins I've met over the past 2 1/2 years through the
Fayette Co., PA list and who have helped to fill in a huge gap in my family history. Debby Harris, the late Pat
Homlish, Pat Lubits Gump, Sandra K. Johnson, Tim Johnson, Tom Mickey, Roberta Newcomer, T. Marie Long, Marilyn Allison,Ken Zook and
Burna Jameison are due a huge THANK YOU! If I've forgotten anyone please accept my humble apologies!
Special thanks to Debby Harris who wrote "the BOOK" on our Deffenbaugh family.
Special thanks again to Pat Lubits Gump and the late Pat Homlish for help and inspiration.
Special thanks to T. Marie Long.
Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA and the Pioneer Valley
Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA Photos
Crawfordsville, Montgomery Co., IN
Genealogy in Switzerland - A Longenecker Family Search (scroll down to 3 September 2005)
Morrisville, Bucks Co., PA
Noblesville, Hamilton Co., Indiana
Scottsburg, Scott Co., Indiana
Scott Co. families, Pigeon Roost Massacre, 1850 Scott Co. Census with every name index
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