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The following individuals have offered their services to help other Schuylkill County researchers.
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  • Collected Records of Frieden's Luth/Reform. Church, Norwegian (now Branch) Twp., and St. John's Evang/Luth. & Reform. Church Friedensburg, Wayne Twp., Schuylkill, Pa. Email Judi at

  • Combined Records of Saint Jacobs Evang./Luth. Pine Grove, and Salem's "Hetzel's" Church Congregation, Pine Grove Township, Schuylkill Co., Pa." by the late Glenn P Schwalm & presented by Schuylkill Roots. Email Judi at

  • St John's Evang/Lutheran Church of Tremont, Schuylkill Co., Pa. (Baptisms: 1861- 1903, Marriages: 1863- 1903 and Deaths: 1861- 1902. Email Judi at

  • Combined Records of Frieden's Evangelical Lutheran Church (1848- 1972) and Frieden's Reformed Church 1855- 1957 of Hegins, Schuylkill Co., Pa compiled by the late Dr. Glenn P Schwalm and presented by SCHUYLKILL ROOTS. Email Judi at

  • Tamaqua Yearbooks 1929,30,31,36,37,38,40.and 1941 -- Email Sue at will lookup names for free but will charge small fee for scanning pictures.

  • Schuylkill County 1890 Census Directory (selected townships-- all divisions of Butler Twp. and Girardville along with Gilberton, New Philadelphia, Port Carbon, and others)-Email Valerie Ann at

  • 1900 Census of MIDDLEPORT. Email Anne at

  • 1910 Census of MIDDLEPORT. Email Anne at

  • 1920 Census of MIDDLEPORT. Email Anne at

  • Schuylkill County Death Records 1893-1895 and 1896-1897-Email Valerie Ann at

  • Ringtown Church Records. E-mail Dorothy at - Temporarily on hold

  • German Protestant Cemetery(Mahanoy City)
    St. Fidelis German Catholic Cemetery(Mahanoy City) E-mail Ray at

  • Union, East and North Union townships. E-mail Larry at has done extensive research in the Union, East and North Union Township area and has offered his assistance to anyone researching in that area.

  • St. Joseph's/St Mauritius Cemetery, Ashland (Schuylkill Roots publication) Email Valerie Ann at

  • W.W. Munsell's History of Schuylkill County (1881)-Email Valerie Ann at

  • Zerbey's History of Pottsville and Schuylkill County (1936?)-Email Valerie Ann at

  • Schuylkill County, Pa. Archives Vol.1 by Rice and Dellock
    Hepler Family History vol 1 and 2 by Avice Morgan
    Wagner Family History first edition by Avice Morgan
    Bolich Family History
    Email Pat ( Issaquah, Wa. ) at

  • DERRs and NEIFERT info
    TM data disks for PA
    an check the Rush township cemeteries. Email

  • The Odd Fellows Cemetery in Shenandoah by Phillip A. Rice
    Counting Kindred which researches the DEPPEN and RUCHTY lines
    Email Darleen at

  • Rice & Dellock SCHUYLKILL COUNTY VITAL RECORDS, Vols. 1, 2, & 3 Email Kathi

  • The SLC Family History Library. This includes most all censuses, indexes, WWI draft registration cards (filled out by all men between the ages of 17-45, in abt 1917), microfilmed church records of many Schuylkill county churches, many Schuylkill books including Wiley and Beers, and their extensive collection of family history books. For a better idea of what's available check out the Family History Library catalog on At home I have the 1875 county atlas, Leiby family history, a geographical dictionary, photocopies of Tamaqua Trinity Church records from abt 1867 and photocopies of some early Lewistown Valley U.C.C. church records. My computer file (PAF) contains nearly 4000 deceased linked Schuylkill county residents (mostly of German ancestry) from the rural areas near Tamaqua. Janet Schock-Maxfield at

  • 1860 Porter Twp., Schuylkill co, PA Census Email Anne at

  • 1870, 1890, 1900, 1910 and the 1920 census for Schuylkill County. Email Eddie Lubinsky at

  • History of Pine Grove by Judge George B. Haas 1935 ---contains many families, businesses & prominent citizens. History of St. Paul's Lutheran Church Port Carbon, Pa.. by Rev. Charles W. Eberwein; 1940. Includes: council members from 1850 funerals from1840 marriages from 1865 baptisms from 1840 confirmations from 1895 e-mail Joe Santai

  • Early Methodism in Ashland and Girardville Schuylkill County, PA: Records of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Ashland and Methodist Episcopal Church at Girardville by Phillip A. Rice and Jean A. Dellock. email Linda Parry

  • War Years book (Pottsville Republican newspapers 1940-1945). Business notices to Beers' 1875 Schuylkill County atlas Subscribers to Rupp's 1845 county history Barbara Bensinger Welch

  • 1955 Directory of Schuylkill Haven, Schuylkill County, Pa. It lists Streets and Homes, Local Organizations, Classified Business Directory and an Alphabetical Listing of Residents. Some addresses list both the husband and wife and their occupations. E-mail Clint at

  • "Minute Book of the Scots Presbyterian Church" organized Feb. 3, 1861. The dates include 1861-1865. They had two services, one in New Mines, and one in Heckscherville. It consists of Register of names of members, baptisms, deaths (includes two assassinations). Email Doris at

    *NOTE: Census Indexes only tell you WHERE the census information will be found (microfilm roll number and page number) It does NOT list specific information on a family.

    Email Kathi to become a lookup volunteer
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