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         Pennsylvania Genealogy:     more books (100)
  1. A genealogy of the Harris family of Johnstown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, and related families by John W Harris, 1996
  2. Genealogy of the Brinton family of Delaware County, Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania genealogies) by Joshua Eyre Hannum, 1955
  3. The genealogy and etymology of the counties of Pennsylvania by Hugh Hamilton, 1912
  4. Robert Jefferis of Chester County, Pennsylvania: A genealogy by Kathi Jeffries, 1976
  5. The Wallace family: An excerpt from Pennsylvania Genealogies, Scotch-Irish & German by William Henry Egle, 1976
  6. Wiggins and Simonton: From Pennsylvania genealogies by William Henry Egle, 1995
  7. Descendants of Henry Melchoir Muhlenberg (Pennsylvania-German genealogies) by Henry Melchior Muhlenberg Richards, 1900
  8. The Stine family of Greenfield Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania: A genealogy of George & Barbara (Dively) Stine, their children, John, Jacob, Margaret, David, and Barbara, and their descendants by Michael A Hengst, 1997
  9. Genealogy of the Joseph Eck and Mary Bauer family of Nippenose Valley, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania by Germaine O'Neill O'Neil, 1993
  10. The Eckbreth genealogy: A Pennsylvania German pioneer's family history, 1830-1997 by Barbara Hocking Eckbreth, 1997
  11. The Zettlers and Schurzes of South Easton, Pennsylvania: A genealogy for Larry and Jennifer Zettler by Carol Zettler, 1975
  12. Pennsylvania genealogies: Scotch-Irish and German by William Henry Egle, 1987
  13. A brief genealogy of the Loughry family of Pennsylvania by Julia A Jewett, 2000
  14. Wilcox genealogy: Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio by Harry Earle Campbell, 1975

121. Pennsylvania German Pioneers Online Passenger Lists | Palatine Ships | Palatine
Links to online trancscriptions of passenger lists for ships that brought Palatine German immigrants to Philadelphia 17271808.
Pennsylvania German Pioneers Passenger Lists
Directory of Online Transcriptions of Palatine Passenger Lists
Palatine German Immigrant Ships to Philadelphia 1727-1808
This webpage contains a directory of links to online transcriptions of the passenger lists in Pennsylvania German Pioneers by Ralph B. Strassburger and William J. Hinke. Some of the lists may have come from other sources such as the Pennsylvania Archives series or Rupp's A Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and Other Immigrants to Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.
Since many of these lists are scattered across various websites it was thought that a single directory would be useful to genealogy researchers. More links will be added as they are found.
Most of the immigrants on these lists came from the Palatine (Pfalz) region of Germany. Although these ships are often referred to as Palatine ships, you may also find Swiss, French and Dutch immigrants on these lists. For more information on the series and to learn how to order copies of the passenger lists showing the signatures (or marks) of the adult male passengers on microfiche see: Pennsylvania German Pioneers Research Guide
You will find that many of these ships departed from Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Hamburg or Bremen. Often you will see that they stopped in Cowes or Portsmouth ("last from Cowes," "last from Portsmouth") along the way. Cowes is a port near southern England on the Isle of Wight. Portsmouth is a port on the south coast of England.

122. Dawn's Ancestry Site - Names Index Page 1
My PaDutch ancestors dating back to the early 1700's, and links to other genealogy resources on the internet.
Dawn's Ancestry Site
Family Tree Names
Afflerbach, Floyd W. (5 MAY 1901-24 DEC 1966)
Albrecht, Maria Elisabeth

Alexander, Caryn

Alexander, Richard

Alexander, Robin
Allen, John A.
(ABT 1870-)
Allern, Gertrude Violetta
(ABT 1903-)
Allern, Sylvester
(ABT 1880-)
Altmire, Albin Alden
(ABT 1875-)
Altmire, Catharine Angeline
(7 JAN 1901-)
Altmire, Francis
(ABT 1830-24 JUN 1896) Ames, Amelia (ABT 1835-) Anders, Joseph W. (ABT 1862-) Andrews, Mary (11 MAR 1902-) Arnold, Amentha (ABT 1865-) Arnold, Charles W. (1 MAY 1860-) Arnold, Clara J. (22 OCT 1862-) Arnold, David (ABT 1825-) Arnold, David L. (15 MAY 1856-) Arnold, Frank (20 MAY 1858-) Arnold, Lena (9 JAN 1888-) Arnold, Sarah Ann (5 JAN 1854-) Awckland, Mabel (1 NOV 1903-8 AUG 1965) Bachman, Anna (18 DEC 1891-) Bachman, Francis M. (13 OCT 1894-) Bachman, Lena B. (24 MAY 1896-) Bachman, Oscar (ABT 1870-) Bachman, Pearl E. (28 OCT 1892-) Bachman, Wellington E. (14 AUG 1899-) Bachman, William G. (5 NOV 1890-) Baer, Annie (ABT 1848-) Baer, Jonas (ABT 1820-) Baines, Ernest Harry (ABT 1869-) Baker, Chauncy

123. FamilyHart Pennsylvania Dutch Genealogy Database - Over 347,000 Linked Names Onl
Over 275,000 linked pennsylvania Dutch names in our online genealogy database
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Family Pages and Database We love our family. Most of our ancestors are of Pennsylvania Dutch extraction. Some were "Gay Dutch", i.e. Luthers and Reformed. Some were "Plain Dutch", i.e. Mennonite and Brethren. But whatever the case, they were a hard working, God fearing people whom we revere and love. They made it possible for us to be here today. We dedicate these pages to those that went before us. Thank you!!
About the FamilyHart Online Database:
We have been doing genealogy for years. Our particular brand of genealogy research focuses on identifying our imigrant ancestors and then collecting all of the descendants of that individual. In so doing we have collected over 347,000 people in our database. Along the way we have obtained many non-related collateral lines as well. Our database can now be viewed online by just digging in or by following some of the other entry points found below. We hope that you find enjoyment here.

124. |Commonwealth Libraries
Click here to log in Click here to subscribe to eAlerts. genealogy/Local History. Welcome to Commonwealth Libraries. ACCESS pennsylvania, POWER Library. Power.

125. Commonwealth Libraries Pennsylvania Genealogical And Historical
7466http// 344-3841http// Northeast pennsylvania Genealogical Society156 North

126. Genealogical Society Of Pennsylvania - Publications
edition of this popular pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission publication is 375 pages long and is regarded as the Bible for genealogy sources at this
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  • alphabetical county - by - county listing of Pennsylvania genealogical research materials originally published in over 17 issues of the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine 464 - 8 1/2" x 11" pages. perfect binding, 60# acid free paper. paperback with laminated cover. text enlarged to 115% of original size. includes appendix of county information (date organized, county seat, etc.) all in a single volume
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127. The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, Vols. 1-39, 1650-1900s
genealogy.COM BOOKS / CD / SOFTWARE. The pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, Vols. 139, 1650-1900s. The pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, Vols.

128. Facilities For Genealogical Research In Pennsylvania
8477. genealogy/Local History Section, State Library of pennsylvania, PO Box 1601, Harrisburg, PA 17105 (717) 7874440. pennsylvania
PHMC Web Site Contact Us Home Research/Genealogy ... Holdings Facilities for Genealogical Research In Pennsylvania
Adams County Historical Society, Box 4325, Gettysburg, PA 17325 (717)334-0505/ Select # 1067 ALLEGHENY COUNTY Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society, 4400 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15213-4080 (412) 622-3114 Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania, Senator John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center, 1212 Smallman St. Pittsburgh, PA (412) 454-6000 North Hills Genealogists c/o Northland Public Library, 300 Cumberland Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237-5410 (412) 366-8100 Elizabeth Township Historical Society, 5811 Smithfield St., Boston, PA 15135 (412) 754-2030 Tarentum Genealogical Society, Community Library of Allegheny Valley, 315 E. 6th Ave. Taretum, PA 15084 Allegheny Foothills Historical Society Pierson Run Rd. Export, PA 15632 (412) 325-4933 Croatian Fraternal Union of America, 100 Delaney St., Pittsburgh, PA 15235, (412) 351-3909

129. Genealogical Research Society Of Northeastern Pennsylvania
source for all researchers in Northeastern pennsylvania from the earliest recorded date to the present. To instill an interest in genealogy by promoting the
Genealogical RESEARCH Society
of Northeastern PA., Inc.
A 501 (C)3 non-profit corporation
The Searcher Contacting us Meeting Info. Meeting Directions ... Our Post Cards The Searcher Newsletter of the GRSNP Top of page Each quarter we publish a newsletter and post it for your reading pleasure. To view the current issue click HERE How to Contact Us Top of page WRITE : GRSNP P.O. Box 1 Olyphant PA 18447-0001
Top of page The Society meets the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM
Lackawanna Heritage Apartments Community Room
(Formerly Olyphant High School) 211 Susquehanna Ave. Olyphant Pa 18447
Research Center Location
Top of page 210 Grant Street Olyphant, PA 18447 Summer Hours
Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday 10 AM to 2 PM
plus Wednesday night 6 to 9 PM.
Winter Hours
From Dec and ending April We will be open on Saturday by appointment. Directions Top of page Meetings: From US Interstate 81: Exit 55, 2.5 miles on Rte 347 North (6 traffic lights) go over the railroad tracks. Take first right (Delaware Ave), then second left (Lincoln St) to stop sign (Susquehanna Ave) turn left and park the car. The three story building on your left is the Lackawanna Heritage Apartments (Formerly Olyphant High School). We meet in the lower level community room. Best to come into the building in the lower level. Follow the GRSNP signs on the building.

130. On The Trail Of Our Ancestors/Donna Speer Ristenbatt Genealogy/Passenger Ships'
Guild (many ships lists); Palatine Passenger Lists Lists on the The Olive Tree genealogy Home Page; pennsylvania GenWeb Archives (Includes ships lists).
URL of this website:
Passenger Ships' Lists, Pennsylvania
by Donna Speer Ristenbatt
NOTE: In the book Pennsylvania German Pioneers by Strassburger and Hinke, the following is written on page xxiv, which is of great interest. In addition to the captains' lists we have the lists of the signers of the oath of allegiance. On these lists we naturally expect to find the signatures of all the male adults on the ships. But here we meet with another disappointment. What we actually find, at least on the first seventy lists, are the names of all the male adults who were well on the day of signing and were able to appear at the Court House. If any of the male passengers were sick, they were not required to sign later. Beginning in August 1739, we find that the Clerk of Council signed the names of the absent passengers. But, in the earlier lists, there is often a serious discrepancy between the male adults that were on board and those that actually signed. Thus, for example, on the very first captain's lists there are 109 names, but only 51 persons actually appeared in the Court House and signed the oath. The others, who are reported as sick, "never came to be qualified." It should also be noted that the Captains' Lists do not exist for every ship. Many have been lost or destroyed.

131. Genealogical Publishing: Genealogy, Family History, Ancestry, Genealogy Books
Genealogies of pennsylvania Families from the pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine. Volume I ArnoldHertzel. Format Hardcover. Pages 945 pp. Published 1982.

132. Web Site Has Moved - Please Update
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134. The PAGenWeb Project
pennsylvania Counties. County, County Coordinator. Adams, Curt Sanders. York, Don Jeanine Hartman Joan Young. Geneanet Genealogical Database Network.
About The Project What's New? Welcome to the PAGenWeb Project Welcome to the PAGenWeb Project homepage. This site is part of the USGenWeb Project and is the State resource for Pennsylvania research. To learn more about the history of this project or to contact us for more information, please visit our About This Project page. If you need assistance with this website, please utilize the PAGenWeb Project Help Desk Please do not post queries to the Help Desk we have a General Pennsylvania Query Board setup for all unknown county queries. We welcome Carol Hepburn as the new host for Fayette county We welcome Judy Banja and Ken Maxwell as new county coordinators..... Resources General Pennsylvania Resources Help Wanted PAGenWeb Archives Pennsylvania E-Mail Lists Queries PA Resource Links You will want to begin your search by exploring the County Websites. You may discover that one of the counties is in need of a coordinator. If you are interested in adopting a Pennsylvania county, please email Nathan Zipfel,

135. Northeast Pennsylvania Genealogical Society
Welcome to the Northeastern pennsylvania Genealogical Society website. is now available from the Northeastern pennsylvania Genealogical Society.
Northeast Pennsylvania Genealogical Society
Page last updated MAY 13, 2004
Welcome to the Northeastern Pennsylvania Genealogical Society website. My name is Frank Joyce and I am the Website Administrator for the Society. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions regarding this website, please email me.
To subscribe to the Northeastern Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Mailing List , please select NEPAGS email. The mailing list is for members and non-members to post their queries, learn about upcoming meetings and updates to this page. Be sure to put SUBSCRIBE in the body of the message.
To correspond with the Northeastern Pennsylvania Genealogical Society by means of regular mail , please address your mail to,
Northeast Pennsylvania Genealogical Society, Inc.
P.O. Box 1776
Shavertown, PA 18708-0776
Thank you.
The library is located at 156 North Main Street Shavertown, rear of Cook's Pharmacy.
Library hours Thursday's 10am till 2pm, all other days by appointment only, call 570-674-7648.
NEPAGS Genealogy Research MEDIA Historical and Genealogical Societies Online ... Search Engines
Burial Records of St. Mary's Cemetery

136. Pennsylvania Department, Carnegie Library Of Pittsburgh
What s Happening in the pennsylvania Department? Western pennsylvania Genealogical Society 30th Anniversary Luncheon. Saturday, June 19, 2004.
Select Library Area: Ask a Librarian Careers at CLP Computer Classes Directions Employment Genealogy/History Homework Help Hours Kids' Site Library Subject Guide Locations Renew a Book Request a Book Research Databases Resource Guide Search Subject Departments Support the Library Teens' Site
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The Pennsylvania Department has resources on Pennsylvania history, biography, law, economics, sociology, and demographics with an emphasis on Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania. Resources include books, photographs, maps, atlases, newspapers, periodicals, manuscripts, clipping files, electronic databases and other memorabilia. What's Happening in the Pennsylvania Department? Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society 30th Anniversary Luncheon Saturday, June 19, 2004 Tour Woodville Plantation and then celebrate the 30th Anniversary of WPGS at the Peters Place Restaurant luncheon, with lecturer John Humphrey.

137. CLP Pennsylvania Dept: Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society
Western pennsylvania Genealogical Society. Western pennsylvania Genealogical Society 4400 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, pennsylvania 152134080.
Select Library Area: Ask a Librarian Careers at CLP Computer Classes Directions Employment Genealogy/History Homework Help Hours Kids' Site Library Subject Guide Locations Renew a Book Request a Book Research Databases Resource Guide Search Subject Departments Support the Library Teens' Site
Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society
W estern Pennsylvania Genealogical Society
4400 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213-4080 T he Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society is a non-profit and tax-exempt organization of amateur and professional family historians and genealogists, dedicated to the study and preservation of family history.
S ince 1974, beginners and advanced researchers have helped trace family roots in Western Pennsylvania, while preserving important local and regional records.
An Invitation to Membership
Join the Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Now!
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138. Brenda S Guide To PA Genealogy
Brenda s Guide To PA genealogy. There are 2 versions of Brenda s Guide available. The Frames version looks nicer but if you can t
Brenda's Guide To PA Genealogy
There are 2 versions of Brenda's Guide available. The Frames version looks nicer but if you can't view frames then choose the nonframes page. FRAMES

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Brenda's Guide to Online PA Genealogy ... E-mail us here! visitors since January 30, 1999

139. PAGENWEB - Lebanon County, Pennsylvania - Genealogical Resources
State Library of pennsylvania. The State Libary of pennsylvania has an extensive collection of genealogical resources. The library
Lebanon County, Pennsylvania
PAGenWeb Project
Genealogical Resources
State Library of Pennsylvania
    The State Libary of Pennsylvania has an extensive collection of genealogical resources. The library web site is ; searches of the catalog can be made.
Library of Congress
Pennsylvania Vital Records
  • Copies of birth certificates and death certificates since January 1906 may be obtained by writing to:
      Division of Vital Records
      State Department of Health
      Central Building
      101 South Mercer Street
      Post Office Box 1528
      New Castle, PA 16103
    The Division of Vital Records has a web site that describes how to obtain birth and death certificates. Forms for requesting these records may be downloaded. The cost for a copy of a birth certificate is $4.00. The cost for a copy of a death certificate is $3.00. To verify current fees, call (412) 656-3100. Check or money order should be made payable to Division of Vital Records. Personal checks are accepted. When requesting information, please provide the name of the individual, the date of birth or death, the county, and your relation to the individual.
    For information regarding marriage licenses , apply to the Marriage License Clerks, County Court House, in county where license was issued.

140. PAGenWeb - Lebanon County, Pennsylvania Resources. PALEBANO runs a mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Lebanon County, pennsylvania.
Lebanon County
PAGenWeb Project
Lebanon County was formed from parts of Dauphin and Lancaster Counties on February 16, 1813. Bordering Lebanon County are Berks Dauphin Lancaster , and Schuylkill Counties This page has been accessed 51955 times since January 18, 2002. Lebanon County: Home Geography Queries Links ... Search Records: Church Bible Graveyard Courthouse ... Miscellaneous Reference: Biographies Genealogies Researchers Look-Ups ... Genealogy Resources
    Third (Inter)National Fernsler Reunion
    The 2003 Fernsler Reunion has been cancelled For more information please contact Pam at 215-382-5472 or
    Gerberich Reunion (100 th Anniversary Reunion)
    Date: Sunday August 1, 2004 (all afternoon)
    Program: 2:00 PM
    Location: Friedens Lutheran Church Pavillion, Myerstown, Lebanon County, PA
    Reunion of the descendants of Andreas (Andrew) 1734-1795 and Barbara Babb Gerberich 1733-1816, progenitors of the Lebanon County Gerberich families. Andrew's brothers are:
      Johannes (John) 1740-1805 and Catharine of Dauphin County Gerberich families
      Peter 1730-1805 and Anna Margaretha Rudolph of York County Gerberich families
    All Gerberich people are invited. Bring your genealogy information and old family pictures.

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