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The categories of birth, death, census, cemetery, marriage, pension and military have only existed since July 2001.  The remaining categories have info and queries going back as far as 1998.
When posting a query, adding an active link is no longer an option, however,  you may now include gedcom files and photos under the option of Add Attachments.
To make certain your query or info may be indexed under the general search and also under a specific category, choose a category option before posting.
This is the place to POST A QUERY. If you aren't familiar with this term, it simply means to post some info or ask a direct question hoping someone will respond to it with any helpful information.  New researchers may want to read these helpful tips on writing a successful query or refer to this list of abbreviations.

Why post info or a query?  Sharing your resources here can be of enormous help to people researching your common ancestor because most people have one or another ancestor on the other side of the country for which coming to PA for a week to research is not an option.   By sharing you will be rewarded down the line-I guarantee it-when someone e-mails to thank you for adding that piece of info that broke the wall they just couldn't get past.  We've all got one.

Alternately, you could look or post to the PAGenWeb Archives.  Both are accessible by searching on RootsWeb