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VAUGHN/RAGAN
I am searching for any information about Daniel Vaughn, Lovelton, Wyoming, PA who married Adaline (Addie) Ragan, b. 1862 in Sugar Run, Bradford, PA, daughter of Patrick and Mary Ragan. Daniel and Adaline were married at the Skinner's Eddy ME Church, Skinner's Eddy, Wyoming, PA on June 13, 1885. Thank you.
Angeline Place Hunter (
khunter103@aol.com

posted 2/15/97

I am looking for VAOW, EVERETT and HARDING relatives who lived in Wyoming Co. in the 1800s or before. Some individuals I've identified are from the Forkston area: Halleck Vaow (1862-1954), Hattie Viola Harding (1872-?), Catherine Everett, Benjamin E. Harding, Lydia Anne Foote, Danial Vaow, Joseph Vaow (civil war vet). Thank you.
Adam1984@aol.com

posted 2/15/97

Would you have any information on a Jacob HUNTER, b 1801, December; d 29 April, 1861 and his wife, Mary, b 20 May, 1803; d 23 June, 1867 and their daughter, Helen Hunter Evans. Thanks.
Sherry
sshiffer@epix.net

posted 2/16/97

I am also researching a SMITH family from the Bradford/Luzerne county area. My Great grandfather's name was Charles SMITH. He was born in 1856/57. He married Margaret BYRNE. They lived around Red Rock area as Ckarles worked for the Central Penn Lumber company. Their children are:Mary I SMITH - married William ABBEY... lived in Mildred, Pa. Catherine E. SMITH- never married ... lived in Palmyra, NJ William C. SMITH- married Edith BOONE (decendent of Daniel so I'm told -).who died six months latter. Latter married Mary MCCAFFREY. They had three children -Mary, William and Thomas. Charles J SMITH- married Katherine CURRAN of Bristol, Pa.... They had one son named Charles Sara SMITH (my grandmom) - married John J. TAIT. Had three children, Joseph (married a Sally ???? but no children. they lived in LA), John (my dad) and Margaret (died as an infant) Thomas H. SMITH- married Anna ????. One child names Margaret Agnes S. SMITH- Entered the convent Leo F. SMITH - Accountant, engaged to be married but contracted pneumonia and died. Anne, Elizabeth and Marguerite - all died in infancy.
John Tait
Johnt@pics.com

posted 2/22/97

I will be in touch soon with more info for you and to ask from you all, but for now, just know that I am particularly interested in:
The HARVEYS: Tracey Monroe and Beatrice Marie (Lowrey?); she was born Bridget Mary Loughrey, 21 January 1885, in Shanaglish, County Galway, Ireland (I have all the info on her side from Ireland. Only lacking her papers re her arrival in Avoca in the early 1900s.) They married in the second decade of this century. My mother is 7th of their 11 children, Mary Ellen (born 6 May 1920 in Factoryville) married to Albert Robinson in Tunkhannock.

The FOOTES: Arthur Delmer and Mary Ann (Bates); she was born 9 January 1900, I believe (possibly near Camptown...?) They have two living daughters, one son (who died as an infant; William?) and one living son (my father,) all still living: Wilhelmina Kathleen (Katy,) born 1919, married my mother's brother, Irving Monroe Harvey (twice!) and then in between, married John Sutton; Walter Kraig, born 13? April 1921, and Arlita (Tiny,) born in 1923? who married my mother's cousin, Richard Harvey, then married John Sutton's brother, Don. Katy still lives out on her farm at Sugar Run, I believe. I think Tiny lives near Tunkhannock (the new bridge) in the trailer park south of the river, on the east side of the road. I haven't been able to get ahold of her on my last few visits (in the past year or two.) If you can find a current address for her, I'd be grateful...!
Dad married Ruth Wilbur from up in Binghamton, I have an extensive genealogy for them, but the Foote Family Association of America does not seem ready to go on line quite yet! I am looking for the immediate family history in the Tunkhannock and surrounding area. Also looking into the Bates family, too.
I was adopted at age about 9 months, from St. Joseph Children's and Maternity Hospital in Dunmore (I was born there on 15 October 1939) by Helen Mildred Marie Kettle and Robert Michael Davitt. He was from Scranton, she was from Wilkes-Barre.
Frank Kettle's family was from Forty-Fort. Frank had a cabin on the south side of the river over by Easton, I think it was. I found it once on my last visit, and took photos! I used to love to come up in the summers to Tunkhannock with him and his wife, my grandma, Jule Christopher, when I was only 7-11 years old. We'd stay for weeks at his old place; he and I would fish a lot... and I'd catch miniature frogs on the riverbanks! They had a coal stove and pump outside the door, and an outhouse a bit beyond the cabin. I loved it 'cause it was rustic, and Jule never minded how primitive it was...She called it his Camp.
Theodora Davitt-Cornyn
DAVITT@robles.callutheran.edu

posted 2/22/97

Am interested in all of the following in Wyoming Co.: John WRIGHT - Monroe Township - lst Postmaster of Noxen James NEWMAN and wife Margaret - Children: Thomas, Lavinia m. David MONTAYNE, Abigail m. Nicholson MARCY and Margaret m. Harvey BRACE. David Montanye son of Andrew and Amy HARDING. Thomas BARRINGER, son of Peter, came to MonroeTwp. from Ulster Co., NY Gordon BOICE, came to Monroe Twp. from Ulster Co., NY
Sqrtdee@aol.com

posted 2/22/97

I found your postings on line and hope you can provide some information on the WEAVER family. Rumor has it that the family came from Ct. to NY to Pa. I have the following info: Matthew Weaver b.11 Aug.1781 in NY d.31 Aug.1850 in Pa.; married Anna MONTROSS b.21 March 1792 in NY d.1 Apr.1871. Their son Jacob Weaver b.01 Jan.1823 in NY d.7 Sept 1910, married Sarah J. ELLSWORTH b.07 Feb.1823 in Pa. d.17 Oct. 1906 in Pa., married 30 Apr.1811 in Middletown NY. Their son Matthew Washington Weaver b.22 May 1846 in Pa. D.21 Sept.1925 and his wife Anna Maria SHOOK b.05 Mar.1858 d.02 Sept.1926. Their son George Henry Weaver and his son George Henry Weaver my father. My specific desire is for information extending the line to an earlier time as well as facts that pertain to the lives of the Weavers.The Weavers moved to Centermoreland in Northmoreland Twp. prior to 1846. Most of their wives also came from the same general area. Looking forward to hearing from others with contact with my line.
Rick
rweaver@mciunix.mciu.k12.pa.us

posted 2/22/97

Searching for information concerning Col. Joseph BURGESS and his wife Sarah as well as any HITCHCOCK family members. Col. Burgess moved to the Forkston area from CT. around 1801 and is found in Windham Township (now Forkston Twp.) for many years. In 1810 he built the first sawmill in the Forkston area which was partially destroyed in the flood of 1850. He is buried in the Forkston cemetery near his wife, Sarah. His wife was reportedly Sarah Park(e). I am looking for proof of that fact. Joseph and Sarah had several children including my Great Grandmother, Lucia Burgess. Lucia Married Hiram Hitchcock from Forkston in 1828. I am also curious about the GAR marker at Col. Burgesses' grave since he died in 1847. Any info on the above will be appreciated.
JHITCHCOCK@AOL

posted 2/24/97

I am trying to find information on Orin GRANT who lived in Tunkhannock in 1900-1930 but was from the Catskill area of NY. He was married to Marilla Amsley. I know of one daughter, Grace Grant Brown born in Paupack, PA, March 20, 1876-died Tunkhannock April 29, 1947.
lapalmer@epix.net

posted 3/15/97

seeking info.; 1) Greenwood/Ross Cem. is there an inventory of those buried there? 2) info. on Falls & Newton Twp. (1830-1850) 3) info. parent /siblings David Nelson OLMSTEAD b. 1 Jul. 1815 Greenwoods, Luzerne Co. & wife Sarah SCOTT, b.1821.
DOlm1881@aol.com

posted 3/22/97

I am searching for my fathers adopted mother. Her name was Helena HARDING TESKE. She was born Nov. 17, 1888 in Meshoppen ,Pa.Wyoming Co. But on her death Certificate it states her father's last name as MASTER and mother unknown.. Maybe she was adopted by Harding. Or maybe it was another marriage.. Any help on getting her birth Certificate would be great.
Sandy
Inner14@aol.com

posted 3/22/97

I am trying to research my husband's ggggg-father Job PHILLIPS, who was serving under George Washington in the American Revolution. His wife (Mary HUFF?? PHILLIPS) survived the Wyoming Massacre with at least two children. I am trying to find documentation of this.
KPhill2906@aol.com

posted 3/22/97

GRIST, TAYLOR families in Eaton (Wyoming Co.), and Griste Flats (? in Wyoming County, formerly in old Luzerne Co.). George Grist, wife Loice Bradner, children Mary Grist (spouse Humphrey Taylor), Charles Grist (spouse Susan BAcon), Eunice Grist (spouse Artemus Sweetland), Joel Grist (spouse Lovina Shiner). George Grist, and Mary Grist are direct ancesctors, and moved to California after living in Grist Flats (not sure of its location in old Luzerne County, PA--anyone know?), and George from New london CT, born there in 1772. I suspect he was an early pioneer of Luzerne County (part of Wyoming county now). William Humphrey TAYLOR born in Eaton Township, 1796, married in Wyoming county, to Mary Grist, 1814, also went to CA, about 1850. William Humphrey Taylor's father was Obadiah Taylor, died 1830, from Bolton CT. There may have been a contingent of CT families that moved to what is now Wyoming county about 1780-90, then lived there for about 50 years, and some left for CA.
French@Biology.Rutgers.edu

posted 3/29/97

John LOVE was given a land grant North of Mehoopany on the Susquehanna river.I am interested in any information on the Loves, particularly any of John's family.
XZZQ40A@prodigy.com

posted 3/29/97

Seeking any info on SCHULTZ, Fred Hilarious, b. 8 Feb 1881 in Noxen to Abraham and Elizabeth (MYERS) SCHULTZ. I have names, but no births of deaths dates for these parents. Other siblings of Fred were Bessie, Arthur (who survived all), Roy (who worked at the Picnic Grounds at Harvey's Lake) and Lawler (who lived in Delaware). I would assume that Abraham and Elizabeth were buried in either Ruggles or Stull, but that's also assuming they didn't move after Fred was born. Supposedly Dutch SCHULTZ, vice German. Came from New York.
Gwyneth Schultz
whales@erols.com

posted 3/29/97

BUNNELL, Soloman/PLACE, Eleanor, my ggrandparents, lived on Bunnell Hill. I am seeking information from long lost relatives who can fill me in on their life and times. My grandmother and their grandaughter, Armina Gay Anderson died in Nebraska Nov/Dec 1880. Armina's husband John Anderson married again to Harriet Patterson, and had another family. Other connected counties are Luzerne, Susquehanna,Monroe and Bradford. I would appreciate any information.
B Jaymot
bjay@volcano.net

posted 4/6/97

I am trying to find a friend that lived in the Meshoppen area 10 years ago and hope you can help. Her name and address 10 years ago was Jenny COTTON, RD 3, Box 26, Meshoppen. If you know her, please, have her contact John McBride, c/o The Residence Inn, 90 Park Rd., Tinton Falls, NJ 07724. I will be there until 6-3-97
Thank you,
John
John McBride
jmcbride@mtcts1.mt.lucent.com

posted 4/6/97

Searching for dates and places of death and burial of Ezra DEAN born 1718, died after 1769 when he was in Wyoming County.
Douglas V. Smith, Sharon, VT 05065
or e-mail to nina.swaim@valley.net

posted 4/6/97

I am interested in the following families:
KNAPP, Edward and his father, Daniel W. They are listed in the 1800 census for Luzerne Co. Edward was in Rev. War and moved to OH before 1820. His wife's name was Esther, no last name known. He had the following children: Hannah, b. 1792; Betsey b. 1795; Daniel b. 1797; Edward b. 1800; Suythene b. 1802; Jersuha b. 1804; Tirzah B. 1808, Charles b 1811. Charles was in the CW from OH; Tirzah m. John Bensley and there is much information on his descendants.

CROOP, Peter S. Born in 1803 in Northhampton Co.; in Wyoming Co. by 1840; d. 1 Oct 1889 in Tunkahannock.His wife was Julia Ann . Her last name could be STAMITZ or STEBBENS or SLEAGLE. He had the following children: Cyrus W., Stephen Decatur, Zachary Taylor, Peter d. young, Rebecca m. Mr. Hartman; Mary m. Lewis C. Walters; William Bigler, Ella m. Mahlon K. Taylor; George, , Ann Elizabeth m. Frnaklin Long, and maybe Sarah, Caroline and Josiah. Zachary Taylor Croop m. Emma HUDSON. Would like to find her parents; family history says Mary and Henry Hudson; Mary later remarried to Palmer, then Holbert. Zacharay, Ella, Stephen, and William moved to Ca about 1880's or so. Peter S. Croop is brother of Andrew Croop and uncle of James Croop living in Wyoming Co.1840-1900's..

BENSLEY, Catherine m. Henry LOVE. He died Aug. 1809 in Mehoopany, Wyoming Co PA. She died 20 Oct 1837 same. Had children Jane, m. Osterhaut; Henry m. Betsey; John, m. Catherine PLACE; Alexander; Anna m. Bissell; Andrew; Philone/Loma m. William Green; Walter m. Martha. Would like information re these descendants. Looking for a marriage date for Catherine and Henry. I think her parents are Adam Bensley and Elizabeth Rushton.
email: frazier@mlode.com

posted 4/6/97

Searching for information on Richard VINCENT, son of Reynolds Vincent, said to be in Northmoreland, PA in the middle 1830's. He married Hannah Albro and had at least one child, Patience Maria Vincent.
RGAyres@compuserve.com

posted 4/12/97

Searching for any information on James Leonard AYRES who resided in Monroe Twp between 1840-1857. I have land records from the Recorder's Office in Tunkhannock from 1848 and 1857 but cannot tie him to his parents or other family members.
RGAyres@compuserve.com

posted 4/12/97

Burr Baldwin VOSBURG b/20 Feb 1832, Vosburg, Wyoming Co, PA, m/22 Jan 1855 Washington Twp, Wyoming Co, Amelia Hawk SEIGFRIED b/1835 Reading, Berks Co, d/1910 Meshoppen, buried Vosburg Cemet, Wyoming Co. Burr d/1 Nov 1909 Meshoppen also buried Vosburg Cemet. Believe Amelia's parents to be Elias SEIGFRIED b/Germany m/bef 1835 in PA, Christina HAWK b/Germany. Looking for any information on these lines. SEIGFRIED/SIEGFRIED and etc in spellings.
Marge
mgray@jax-inter.net

posted 4/20/97

My great grandmother's maiden name was NICHOLSON. I'm curious about the origin of Nicholson, PA and if there might be a genealogical connection.
dale burkholder
gangalf@usa.new

posted 4/20/97

My father William KISHBAUGH was born in Eatonville on Nov 17, , 1886. Hhe had one brother Fred and a sister Leona. Leona married a Clarence DEWOLFE. They moved to Holyoke, Mass in the late 1930'S. Fred died from a fall in 1924. My father's parents were Jemina & Nathan Kishbaugh and I believe that Jemina and Nathan were both KISHBAUGH'S. Jemina was born in Stroudsburg, PA, Nathan was born in the Berwick area. The original KISHBAUGH family were from the Knowlton, & Hope, New Jersey. They settled there in the 1760'S.
LCJD66A@prodigy.com

posted 5/11/97

I am a descendant of Ansel GAY. My grandmother Majorie Gay Hugies moved to Binghamton NY and my mother Lois Marjorie was born and later married Harold Richard Jennys. He moved to Williamsom NY out side of Rochester. We later ended up in PA where my mother died 10/21/95 in Coastville PA. I am trying to complete some research of the Gay family and all I have is Marjorie's hand written notes. I have copies of the family tree Allegia N. Sturdevant sent to Mrs. Paul L McGraw in 1980. Is there some one I can go to that can fill in the holes?

I am also looking for history on the STURDEVANT family. There my be links of the Gay family to the Sturdevant Family. Rev Samuel Sturdevant who was a Private in the 6th Co., 5th Reg. Conn Militia 1i 1775. He served with George Washington as the regimental clergy at Vally Forge. What information can you give me about the life of the militery in that day. I am also looking for anything about Rev. Sturdevant, diaries family info etc. Rev Sturdevant settled in the Black Walnut Botton in 1792 his family Elijah and Elisah were living or born in the area and may have clergy too.

Thank you for help
Mark Jennys
marjenny@maranatha.net

posted 5/11/97

Searching for geneolgy information on my father, Avon B. STARK, born Nov.18,1998, in Tunkhannock Boro, Pa. I would appreaciate any help. Thanks
gbstark@christcom.net

posted 5/11/97

Seeking descendents of William A RACE (1771-1841) & Abigail LOOMIS (1776-1855). William d. Luzerne Co. Abigail d. Wyoming co.
Their children were:
1. John W. RACE (1797-1856)
2. David RACE (1799-?)
3. Alvin RACE (1802-1850+) m. Mary MONROE
4. Andrew Race (1803-?)
5. Lucine RACE (1804-1818)
6. Anna RACE (1806-?)
7. Henry RACE (1809-1872) m. Julia HATHAWAY
8. Anse RACE (1811-1853)
9. Erastus RACE (1814-1891) M. Laurihama PHILLIPS, Mariah ?, Philanda RACE. Had Nancy
(1856-1879)--my G-Grandmother m. William H. HAMILTON in Luzerne Co 1873.
10.Lansing RACE (1816-1889) m. Hannah DICKINSON
If you are descended from any of these individuals, I'd love to hear from you and exchange info. Need to verify Erastus RACE three marriages and Nancy RACE'S mother.
Melva Hamilton Hofmann--
hofmann@sssnet.com

posted 5/25/97

Just starting to search my family (everyone is gone) & cannot travel to Penna. so would appreciate any help anyone can give me concerning them. Names: BROWN - SAGER - SMITH - MICHAEL.
My grandfather, Byron C (Charles?) BROWN was born July22, 1874, Tunkhannock Twp., Wyoming Co., Pa & died Apr. 7, 1951 in Schenectady, NY. According to a Delayled Birth Certificate he received Nov. 5, 1942 his father was Chalres BROWN born Conn. 1843/44 & his mother was Rose Ann WILCOX BROWN born 1855/56 in Exeter, Pa. Their present address was Courtdale, Pa. Affidavit of relative who had know him all his life was Mrs. Perry WALTER, 31 Center St., Luzerne, Pa which I believe may have been his sister. Byron married Emma Alisssa SAGER SMITH in 1906. She was previously married to William Henry SMITH (born Mar 28, 1873) on Jan. 1, 1894 & had two surviving children: Raymond Clark SMITH b Feb. 6, 1897 and Elsie Margaret SMITH b. Sep. 1, 1900. Both were born in Pa., possibly Berwick. Two other daughters died in infancy. They were living in Berwick at the time of Wm. SMITH's death in 1905. Byron & Emma continued to live in Berwick until Nov. 1912 when they moved to Oneonta, NY. During the time they lived in Berwick, they had two children born: Charles Irvin BROWN b. Sept. 18, 1907 and Florence Elizabeth BROWN b. Jan. 29, 1911. Emma Alissa SAGER's parents were Anna Martha ISLEIB (IRLEDIB) b. 1852 in Germany & Aaron SAGER b. Apr. 7, 1826. Anna later married LaFayette C. MICHAEL (B. Apr. 18, 1861). Emma's siblings were all SAGER: Elias b. Apr. 5, 1871; Anna MARY b. Feb 22, 1873; Elizabeth (Lizzie) b. July 31, 1874; Catherine (Kitty) b. Ap. 11, 1877; George William b. Mar. 11, 1879; Sarah Ann born Sept. 2, 1881 & Lydia Ellen b. Nov. 4, 1885. They were all born in Pa (See Columbia Co, Luzerene Co., Monroe Co.) Thanks!
Sandy Goodspeed Box 207 RD #2 S.S., Oneonta, NY 13820
GoodspSM@snyoneva.cc.oneonta.edu

posted 5/25/97

the first names of my grandparents were Steve and Barbara NAZONA
Barbara Forgette
BerthamaeP @.com

posted 5/25/97

I am looking for Wheeler's living in/or from Lackawana Co. PA, Scranton area who are descendents from any of the following Wheeler's, some born Wyoming Co. Nicholson, PA............
John ca. 1799 NY; Samuel Tobias 1823 NY; Alonzo Eugene 1846 NY/PA; Tobias J. 1848 NY/PA; Charlotte Elizabeth 1850 NY/PA; Thomas Irving 1852 PA; Tobias Richard 1854 PA; Ella/Ellen Josephine 1857 PA; William Veramber 1861 PA; John Henry 1863 PA; Frank Mortimer b & d 1867; Flora Emmogene 1870 PA; Samuel Lester 1873 PA; Arthur Leroy 1880; George Yates 1881 PA; Frank/Francis Irving 1885 PA; Harold Haines 1889 PA; Robert; Jack; Bruce; Harold Deelin 1903; Lawrence Samuel 1902; Nora Frances 1905; Howard James 1907; Paul 1909; Kenneth Lester 1913; Thomas.
I am looking for cousins and family history. Thanks for your help.
Frank Irving Wheeler was my grandfather.
Pauline Hallett /
Pollywog@rippers.com

posted 5/25/97

I am researching my family in Wyoming Co., surnames are "VOSBURGH - FROST - FASSETT - GEIST."
My gg-grandparents were Isaac Vosburgh and Mary Fasset Vosburgh; their son John Gilbert, b. Aug. 5, 1851 at New Baltimore, New York was my g-grandfather, he married Mary Adelaide Frost on Sept. 18, 1876 at Grist Flat. Mary was born March 6, 1858.
My other gg-grandprents: Jason Frost, b. Nov. 7, 1817 and Mary Grist Frost, b. May 4, 1824. They wed Feb. 19, 1843. Their children included: George O. Frost (w: Ann E. Burgess); Charles Frost (w. Mida Grams); John Frost (w. Nellie Hunsinger); Henry Clinton Frost (w. Betsy Redman); Sara Dora Frost (w. John C. Henning; Irene Ann Frost, died in 1863.
Any help appreciated. I'm happy to share my info.
Glenda Vosburgh
GVos96@aol.com

posted 5/25/97

I am a descendant of John JENKINS. I have been trying to gather more information on his personal history as well as that of his wife Bethia HARRIS. I understand Col. Jenkins kept a diary. Would like information on where i can get additional information on this diary. My name is Judy Freer and can be contacted at CSickler@why.com.

posted 5/25/97

My grandmother Helena Master HARDING was born in Meshoppen Pa. Wyoming County. She was born Nov. 17, 1888.I cannot find a birth certificate on her. On her death certificate it states her father's last name as MASTER, mother unknown. I thought Harding was her maiden name. She was either adopted by Harding or married to a Harding then Swift and last Bernard Teske of Scranton Pa. Who came with his family Gustave & Augusta Teske from Germany in 1892. Any info you have on the Master-Harding-Swift-Carminita-Barrett-Flatly-Everett would be great. My father was born in Scranton Pa. given up for adoption to Helena Harding who married a Andrew Swift and later divorced and married a Bernard Teske. Thomas Carminita and Alice Barrett were the biological parents from Dunmore Pa.If you have any pieces to my puzzle it would be wonderful.
Sandy from N.Y.
sdoyle@vivanet.com

posted 6/7/97

William B. Whipple b.1792 md. Betsy Lott b.1797.
children:
Sarah
Jane
Irene
Evlene md. Deemer Biddleman
Otis
------ ????? other son of Wm. B. born approx. 1822/23 what was his name?
does not appear with family after 1840 census. can anyone help?
B.Whipple
bwgw@epix.net

posted 6/7/97

Isaiah ADKINS, Rev soldier, buried at Mehoopany married Rhoda Collins in Guilford Ct. Some suggest he had a second wife in Mehoopany. Any infor on this? He died 1842. 1840 census showed the possibility.
TTMA94A@prodigy.com

posted 6/7/97

I am look for information about my ggf Franklin Stewart THOMAS who I believe is buried in Stark Cemetery in Starksville. Any information about this cemetery would also be useful as I may have other ancestors (STARK and THOMAS) buried there.
Thanks,
Rich Thomas
rthomas@netaxs.com

posted 6/7/97

Looking for an Elizabeth b Jul 1751 d Jul 1827 m George Rothrock. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks, Carol
siters@ibm.net

posted 6/7/97

Seeking information on Fred Van AUKEN b 03 Mar 1916 d Oct 1983 last residence Center Moreland, Wyoming, Pa. Also for Marian Van Auken b 17 Aug1909 b may 1981, lr Lake Winola, Wyoming, Pa., lp Clarks Summit, Lackawanna, Pa. Looking for any and all Van Aukens in the area.
R.L. Van Auken
van@itlnet.net

posted 6/16/97

I would like to contact any Van Duzer or Dolph or Sickler or Hunt doing doing research in Wyoming Co. I am a descendant of:
1 Conrad Van Duzer and Rebecca Hunt;
2 George Van Duzer and Cynthia Dolph;
3 George Franklin Van Duzer and Mary Sickler;
4 Stanley Van Duzer (Sherwood) and Corrine Adams.
Fred Sherwood
FredSherw@aol.com

posted 6/16/97

I am looking for the Lance peoples. Also their wifes; Sickler, Decker, and Brown. Earliest date for Lance is Anthony b 1852 d 1931? Married to Emma Decker b 1858 d? 1st child my Grandfather William B. Lance b October 21, 1874 d august 9, 1962 His siblings were Burton b 1876, and Maud b 1890. There people were all from the Dalton, Nickolson area of PA outside Scranton.
Any assistance would be very helpful.
Laurence
P.O. Box 58607
Renton, Washington 98058

posted 6/19/97


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