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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} [[File:Pennsylvania-map3.jpg|thumb|left|County Map of Pennsylvania]]
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...hese records; the Philadelphia City Archives and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania have them for Philadelphia (1860'1915).
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...the Pennsylvania State Library, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (see [[Pennsylvania Archives, Libraries and Societies]]), and other libraries. Two enumerations
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...nn, 'Dr. Sheuk's Missing Series of the Published Pennsylvania Archives,' ''Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography'' 103 (1979): 415-31.
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...irectories and a place-name index. A wonderful publication, ''The Atlas of Pennsylvania'', edited by David J. Cuff and others (Philadelphia: Temple University Pres
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} Pennsylvania is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...books are at the Pennsylvania State Archives and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and many for the western counties are at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburg
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Kent, ''County Government and Archives in Pennsylvania'' (Harrisburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1947), while a bit dated, explains the re
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...ell, 'Washington County, Pennsylvania Intestate Records, 1789'1806,' ''The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine'' 31 [1979]: 51).
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (housed at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania).
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Most original state military records up through the Vietnam War are in the Pennsylvania State Archives. Information from the time of World War II is restricted.
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...ble as Family Archives CD-ROM #213 (Brøderbund, 1998). ''Genealogies of Pennsylvania Families'', 3 vols. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982), was rep
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ==[[Pennsylvania State Archives]]==
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} Two works take up the coming of Pennsylvania's first immigrants to the Penn colony: ''Passengers and Ships Prior to 1684
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...For other records at the archives, see Dructor's ''Guide'' listed under [[Pennsylvania Archives, Libraries and Societies]].
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  • ...Association, 1975) is another useful work. For other sources, see also the Pennsylvania chapter in [[''Black Genesis'']]. ...ry:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources|African Americans of Pennsylvania]]
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  • ...6), and his ''Indian Paths of Pennsylvania'' (1987), both published by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg. (See also Kraft's ''The Lenap
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Association, 1975) is another useful work. For other sources, see also the Pennsylvania chapter in ''[[Black Genesis]]''.
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} [[File:Pennsylvania-map3.jpg|thumb|left|County Map of Pennsylvania]]
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  • ...cal Sources at the Pennsylvania State Archives'', 2d ed. (Harrisburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1998). This should be supplemented with t * Suran, Frank M., comp. and ed. ''Guide to the Record Groups in the Pennsylvania State Archives''. 1980.
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  • State Library of Pennsylvania<br>Bureau of State Library<br>333 Market St.<br>Harrisburg, PA 17126-1745<b ...of the State Library of Pennsylvania'' (Harrisburg, Pa.: State Library of Pennsylvania, 1989).
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  • The Historical Society of Pennsylvania<br>1300 Locust St.<br>Philadelphia, PA 19107-5699<br>[http://www.hsp.org ww ...cal Society of Pennsylvania'', 3d ed. (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1991), and the society's online catalog. The society charges a research fe
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  • The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania <br>2100 Byberry Road - Suite 111 <br>Philadelphia, PA 19116 <br>[info@gen ...A User's Guide to the Manuscript Collection of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania...Microfilmed by the Genealogical Department of Salt Lake City'' (Turlock,
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  • Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania<br>1212 Smallman St.<br>Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4200<br>[http://www.pghhistory ...istorical society has an extensive library and has published ''The Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine'' (now ''Pittsburgh History'') since 1918, with cumulat
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  • Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society<br>4400 Forbes Ave.<br>Pittsburgh, PA 15213-4080<br>[h ...overs the western twenty-six counties in the state and publishes ''Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Quarterly'' and the newsletter ''Jots from the Point''
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  • The South Central Pennsylvania <br>Genealogical Society, Inc.<br>P.O. Box 1824<br>York, PA 17405-1824<br>[ ...ory Pennsylvania 1990'' by the Library Development of the State Library of Pennsylvania (Harrisburg, Pa.: 1990).
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  • #REDIRECT [[The Historical Society of Pennsylvania]]
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  • ...can State, County, and Town Sources. You can find further information at [[Pennsylvania County Resources]]. [[File:Pennsylvania-lores.jpg|800px]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]]
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  • ...is period belongs more properly to the history of Delaware. The history of Pennsylvania proper begins with the 1681 charter to William Penn, which was very quickly .... However, control over both government and land was returned to Penn, and Pennsylvania remained a proprietary colony until the Revolution.
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  • [[Adams County, Pennsylvania]] [[Allegheny County, Pennsylvania]]
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  • Adams is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from York county. The earliest land deed in Adams wa For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Allegheny is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1788 from the following county/ies: Washington/Westmorela For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Armstrong is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny/Lycoming/We For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Beaver is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny/Washington. For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Bedford is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1771 from the following county/ies: Cumberland. The earli For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • ...re unrecorded deeds back to 1717 on microfilm at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Blair is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1846 from the following county/ies: Huntingdon/Bedford. T For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Bradford is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1810 (as Ontario) from the following county/ies: Luzerne/ For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Bucks is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1682 from the following county/ies: original. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Butler is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny. The earlie For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Cambria is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1804 from the following county/ies: Somerset/Bedford/Hunt For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Cameron is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1860 from the following county/ies: Clinton/Elk/McKean/Po For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Carbon is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1843 from the following county/ies: Monroe/Northampton. T For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Centre is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Lycoming/Mifflin/Hunt For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Chester is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1682 from the following county/ies: original. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Clarion is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1839 from the following county/ies: Venango/Armstrong. Th For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Clearfield is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1804 from the following county/ies: Lycoming/Huntingdon. For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Clinton is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1839 from the following county/ies: Lycoming/Centre. The For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Columbia is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1813 from the following county/ies: Northumberland. The e For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Crawford is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny. The earlie For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Cumberland is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1750 from the following county/ies: Lancaster. The earlie For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Dauphin is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1785 from the following county/ies: Lancaster. The earlie For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Delaware is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1789 from the following county/ies: Chester. The earliest For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Elk is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1843 from the following county/ies: Jefferson/McKean/Clea For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Erie is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny. The earlie For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Fayette is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1783 from the following county/ies: Westmoreland. The ear For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Forest is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1848 from the following county/ies: Jefferson/(part of Ve For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Franklin is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1784 from the following county/ies: Cumberland. The earli For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Fulton is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1850 from the following county/ies: Bedford. The earliest For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Greene is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1796 from the following county/ies: Washington. The earli For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Huntingdon is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1787 from the following county/ies: Bedford. The earliest For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Indiana is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1803 from the following county/ies: Lycoming/Westmoreland For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Jefferson is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1804 from the following county/ies: Lycoming. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Juniata is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1831 from the following county/ies: Mifflin. The earliest For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Lackawanna is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1878 from the following county/ies: Luzerne. The earliest For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Lancaster is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1729 from the following county/ies: Chester. The earliest For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Lawrence is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1849 from the following county/ies: Beaver/Mercer. The ea For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Lebanon is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1813 from the following county/ies: Dauphin/Lancaster. Th For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • ...It was formed in 1812 from the following county/ies: [[Northampton County, Pennsylvania|Northampton]]. The earliest land deed in Lehigh was recorded in 1812. The e For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Luzerne is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1786 from the following county/ies: Northumberland. The e For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Lycoming is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1795 from the following county/ies: Northumberland. The e For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • McKean is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1804 from the following county/ies: Lycoming. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Mercer is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny. The earlie For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Mifflin is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1789 from the following county/ies: Cumberland/Northumber For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Monroe is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1836 from the following county/ies: Pike/Northampton. The For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Montgomery is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1784 from the following county/ies: Philadelphia. The ear *For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Montour is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1850 from the following county/ies: Columbia. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Northampton is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1752 from the following county/ies: Bucks. The earliest l For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Northumberland is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1772 from the following county/ies: Lancaster/Berks/Bedfo For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Perry is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1820 from the following county/ies: Cumberland. The earli For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Philadelphia is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1682 from the following county/ies: original. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Pike is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1814 from the following county/ies: Wayne. The earliest l For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Potter is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1804 from the following county/ies: Lycoming. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Schuylkill is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1811 from the following county/ies: Berks/Northampton (pa For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Snyder is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1855 from the following county/ies: Union. The earliest l For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Somerset is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1795 from the following county/ies: Bedford. The earliest For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Sullivan is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1847 from the following county/ies: Lycoming. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Susquehanna is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1810 from the following county/ies: Luzerne. The earliest For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Tioga is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1804 from the following county/ies: Lycoming. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Union is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1813 from the following county/ies: Northumberland. The e For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Venango is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny/Lycoming. T For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Warren is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny/Lycoming. T For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Washington is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1781 from the following county/ies: Westmoreland. The ear For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Wayne is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1798 from the following county/ies: Northampton. The earl For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Westmoreland is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1773 from the following county/ies: Bedford. The earliest For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Wyoming is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1842 from the following county/ies: Luzerne. The earliest For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • York is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1749 from the following county/ies: Lancaster. The earlie For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • <P>This project is a collection of original documents filed in Pennsylvania by people wishing to become citizens of the United States. These documents ...ty][[File:Root_Cellar.jpg]] [http://www.genpa.org/ Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania]</p>
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  • Colonial Society of Pennsylvania <br> Resident Members shall be gentlemen over twenty-one years of age, residing in Pennsylvania or within a radius of one hundred miles of Philadelphia, who are lineally d
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  • ...ut this project''' This collection consists of tax lists from the State of Pennsylvania in 1798.&nbsp;The lists contain&nbsp;names of renters&nbsp;and landlords, l
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  • Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Pennsylvania ...gness of Congress to tax, this had an immediate and continuing importance. Pennsylvania alone, up to about 1860, gave over $60,000 to support needy memebrs, their
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  • ...ds of Inquiry relating to arriving immigrants at the port of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from 1893-1909. The Special Boards were convened to hear testimony of thos
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  • ...Genealogical Scrapbooks and County Ledgers from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. ...Genealogical Scrapbooks and County Ledgers from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
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  • ...all pages of information for individuals who applied for naturalization in Pennsylvania or Maine during the years 1795 - 1955.
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  • "Pennsylvania Society of Mayflower Descendants <br> Application For Membership"<br><br> ...orn at". Separate geographical locations with a comma such as "Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania."<br>
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  • ...tance. Separate any geographical locations with a comma. Ex: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Birth place may be found in the column labeled "Place of Birth". ...tance. Separate any geographical locations with a comma. Ex: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Arrival place may be found on the line labeled "Arrived".
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  • ...stance. Separate any geographical locations with a comma. Ex: Summit Hill, Pennsylvania. Residence place may be found near the word "Address." Do not key street ad
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  • #REDIRECT [[Ancestry.com:Pennsylvania Church Records]]
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  • Pennsylvania Marriage records 1850-1857
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  • ...ure papers, and other miscellaneous slave records from various counties in Pennsylvania.
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  • This collection contains various tax records from Beaver County, Pennsylvania. ...project is to capture the names of those who were taxed in Beaver County, Pennsylvania between the years of 1840-1850.
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  • ...s with his posterity and with all those who remember a more simple life in Pennsylvania.
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  • #REDIRECT [[World Archives Project: Beaver County, Pennsylvania, Tax Records, 1840-1850]]
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  • [[File:Penn1790-lores.jpg|thumb|right|150px|1790 county boundaries for Pennsylvania.]] [[File:Penn1830 lores.jpg|thumb|right|150px|1830 county boundaries for Pennsylvania.]]
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  • ...usetts), Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Vermont. The schedules for Delaware, Geo
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  • ...ouisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. Since Sound ...rofilm catalog for some metropolitan areas in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.
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  • ...ew Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermon ...es have been indexed for every state for which schedules are extant except Pennsylvania.
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  • '''Pennsylvania'''
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  • Pennsylvania's tax assessors took septennial (every seven years) censuses from 1763 to 1
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  • ...ater rent; how freedom was acquired; and the amount of property brought to Pennsylvania. These superb records constitute the most detailed information we have desc
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} [[File:Pennsylvania-map3.jpg|thumb|left|County Map of Pennsylvania]]
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...hese records; the Philadelphia City Archives and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania have them for Philadelphia (1860'1915).
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...the Pennsylvania State Library, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (see [[Pennsylvania Archives, Libraries and Societies]]), and other libraries. Two enumerations
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...nn, 'Dr. Sheuk's Missing Series of the Published Pennsylvania Archives,' ''Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography'' 103 (1979): 415-31.
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...irectories and a place-name index. A wonderful publication, ''The Atlas of Pennsylvania'', edited by David J. Cuff and others (Philadelphia: Temple University Pres
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} Pennsylvania is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...books are at the Pennsylvania State Archives and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and many for the western counties are at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburg
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Kent, ''County Government and Archives in Pennsylvania'' (Harrisburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1947), while a bit dated, explains the re
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...ell, 'Washington County, Pennsylvania Intestate Records, 1789'1806,' ''The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine'' 31 [1979]: 51).
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (housed at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania).
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Most original state military records up through the Vietnam War are in the Pennsylvania State Archives. Information from the time of World War II is restricted.
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...ble as Family Archives CD-ROM #213 (Brøderbund, 1998). ''Genealogies of Pennsylvania Families'', 3 vols. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982), was rep
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ==[[Pennsylvania State Archives]]==
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} Two works take up the coming of Pennsylvania's first immigrants to the Penn colony: ''Passengers and Ships Prior to 1684
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...For other records at the archives, see Dructor's ''Guide'' listed under [[Pennsylvania Archives, Libraries and Societies]].
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  • ...Association, 1975) is another useful work. For other sources, see also the Pennsylvania chapter in [[''Black Genesis'']]. ...ry:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources|African Americans of Pennsylvania]]
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  • ...6), and his ''Indian Paths of Pennsylvania'' (1987), both published by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg. (See also Kraft's ''The Lenap
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Association, 1975) is another useful work. For other sources, see also the Pennsylvania chapter in ''[[Black Genesis]]''.
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} [[File:Pennsylvania-map3.jpg|thumb|left|County Map of Pennsylvania]]
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  • ..., Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virgin
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  • *''Notes and Queries Relating to Pennsylvania'', 7 vols. 1st'4th series. See Eva D. Schory's Every Name Index to Egle's N
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  • ...cal Sources at the Pennsylvania State Archives'', 2d ed. (Harrisburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1998). This should be supplemented with t * Suran, Frank M., comp. and ed. ''Guide to the Record Groups in the Pennsylvania State Archives''. 1980.
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  • State Library of Pennsylvania<br>Bureau of State Library<br>333 Market St.<br>Harrisburg, PA 17126-1745<b ...of the State Library of Pennsylvania'' (Harrisburg, Pa.: State Library of Pennsylvania, 1989).
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  • The Historical Society of Pennsylvania<br>1300 Locust St.<br>Philadelphia, PA 19107-5699<br>[http://www.hsp.org ww ...cal Society of Pennsylvania'', 3d ed. (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1991), and the society's online catalog. The society charges a research fe
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  • The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania <br>2100 Byberry Road - Suite 111 <br>Philadelphia, PA 19116 <br>[info@gen ...A User's Guide to the Manuscript Collection of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania...Microfilmed by the Genealogical Department of Salt Lake City'' (Turlock,
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  • Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania<br>1212 Smallman St.<br>Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4200<br>[http://www.pghhistory ...istorical society has an extensive library and has published ''The Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine'' (now ''Pittsburgh History'') since 1918, with cumulat
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  • Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society<br>4400 Forbes Ave.<br>Pittsburgh, PA 15213-4080<br>[h ...overs the western twenty-six counties in the state and publishes ''Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Quarterly'' and the newsletter ''Jots from the Point''
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  • The South Central Pennsylvania <br>Genealogical Society, Inc.<br>P.O. Box 1824<br>York, PA 17405-1824<br>[ ...ory Pennsylvania 1990'' by the Library Development of the State Library of Pennsylvania (Harrisburg, Pa.: 1990).
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  • #REDIRECT [[The Historical Society of Pennsylvania]]
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  • ...can State, County, and Town Sources. You can find further information at [[Pennsylvania County Resources]]. [[File:Pennsylvania-lores.jpg|800px]]
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  • ...roup was joined by emigrants from Ireland in the 1750s and by Quakers from Pennsylvania, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, and Virginia after 1760. See William
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  • ...l income tax was established in 1862. Internal Revenue Assessment List for Pennsylvania, Division 12, Collection District 1, September 1864, NARA microfilm M787.]]
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  • ...practiced in Philadelphia and many colonial lawyers who worked anywhere in Pennsylvania.<ref>''Martins's Bench and Bar of Philadelphia'' (Philadelphia: Rees Welsh ...ates or licenses should be sought in city, county, and state archives. The Pennsylvania State Archives, for example, has medical licenses from 1894 and dental lice
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  • ...vided for him.<ref>''Martha Reamy, Early Church Records of Chester County, Pennsylvania. Vol. 1: Quaker Records of Bradford Monthly Meeting'' (Westminster, Md.: Fa ...rvants Bound and Assigned Before James Hamilton, Mayor of Philadelphia,' ''Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography'' 32 (October 1908): 369.</ref> The fact
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  • ...it was a plantation home or a modest cottage. The [[Historical Society of Pennsylvania]] holds four sets of insurance surveys in its collection. The 1812 survey o ...funeral homes may be found at the same places. The [[Historical Society of Pennsylvania]] has records for the Oliver Bair Funeral Home from 1891. Those through 192
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  • ...ry'', 3 vols, 1682'1709; 1710'1756; 1757'1775 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1991, 1997, 2005).</ref> (You can find links to all three volumes [[ ...The entry indicates that the collection is not in Philadelphia or even in Pennsylvania, but rather in a historical library in Delaware. It is worth noting that ''
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  • ...a five-page entry from the Coroner's Evidence Book of Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, recording Isadore Raimonda's fatal stabbing of Dominic Raimonda in 1876. I ...alth vs. Isadore Raimonda'', Coroner's Evidence Book, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, p. 1. FHL microfilm 965,369, item 1.]]
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  • ...August 1894, Almshouse Hospital, Bureau of Charities, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, p. 1. FHL 975,748, item 1.]]
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  • Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania was the first off-reservation government boarding school for Native America
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  • ...ster of the Jewish Foster Home and Orphan Asylum, 1876'1911, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 1876, pp. 1'2. FHL microfilm 1,013,425, item 3.]]
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  • *Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, established 1932 *White Deer, Pennsylvania, established 1993
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  • *Greek Catholic Union of Russian Brotherhoods, Munhall, Pennsylvania
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  • ''Manuscripts of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania''. Philadelphia: the society, n.d. ...rvants Bound and Assigned Before James Hamilton, Mayor of Philadelphia.' ''Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography'' 32 (October 1908).
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  • ...alleys of Virginia via the Great Wagon Road or Warriors Path; Germans from Pennsylvania and Virginia arrived in the region west of Chattanooga. Others followed Rob
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  • ...aniel Braun of the Hebron Moravian Church in Dauphin (now Lebanon) County, Pennsylvania, exceed most recordings of the era by providing far more information than w ...single volume belonging to Edward Page (1787'1867), a rider who served in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and New Jersey. His 'Commonplace book, 1825'1876,' loc
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  • ...l Library], founded in 1871, is located at Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania. Their holdings represent the largest collection in the world of Quaker mee ...-ROM collection is ''Pennsylvania German Church Records 1729'1870''.<ref>''Pennsylvania German Church Records 1729'1870'', CD-ROM #7130 (Genealogical Publishing Co
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  • ...d periodical articles, focus on the Lutheran church records from Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New York. ...rchives (New York [except Metropolitan New York City], New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, New England, and the non-geographic Slovak-Zion Synod)
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  • ...essee and Arkansas migrated into Texas beginning in the 1820s. Others from Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Kentucky followed. The municipality of Refugio was created in 18
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  • ...ies; Sussex County, New Jersey cemetery; Delaware Cemetery in Pike County, Pennsylvania; Harris Cemetery in Caldwell County, Texas; Church cemetery in Delaware Cou
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  • ...s north of the Ohio River. Approximately sixty percent were from New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Ohio, with forebears from New England. People from Missouri,
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  • ...Mountains were opened, and settlers poured down the Great Wagon Road from Pennsylvania. In the second half of the century, the Cumberland Gap was discovered and s
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  • Pennsylvania German Church Records 1729'1870''. CD-ROM #7130. Baltimore: Genealogical Pu
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  • ...(Connecticut, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Virginia) adopted similar policies but did not create
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  • 700 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Covers Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia
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  • ...oneers in western Virginia were generally perceived as a ragtag group from Pennsylvania, Maryland, and other parts of Virginia. The 1790 census lists more than 55,
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  • ...ong the records of other courts. For example, the Court of Common Pleas in Pennsylvania was responsible for hearing evidence of incompetence and determining the st Appearance Docket, Vol. A, p. 536, Perry County, Pennsylvania, contains the petition of John River, brother-in-law of Peter Arnold of Buf
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  • ...mensa et thoro'' divorces.<ref>Ibid., 173.</ref> Penn's laws of 1682 gave Pennsylvania spouses the right to a "Bill of Divorcement" if their marriage partner was ...ain. Ashtabula County in Ohio, which was readily accessible from New York, Pennsylvania, and Ontario, Canada, granted many divorces to non-Ohio residents. Chicago
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  • ...iginal court records in series called archives. Such compiled volumes as ''Pennsylvania Archives'' and ''Maryland Archives'' are examples. Complete sets are availa | Pennsylvania
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  • ...an seventy volumes of extracted records from sixteen counties in southwest Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio. It can be searched at Citizen's Library, 55 S. Co
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  • |Pennsylvania ...timate, the father is not recorded. Massachusetts, Illinois, New York, and Pennsylvania require that no indication of illegitimacy be given.
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  • ...to work their way west from the east coast or Canada. Those from New York, Pennsylvania, and New England traditionally made the journey in stages, as indicated by
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  • ...-Revolutionary sentiment with frequent meetings. By 1774, every colony but Pennsylvania and North Carolina had Committees of Correspondence. In areas richly endowed with mineral resources-Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Alabama, Georgia, and the entire western United States-are
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  • ...copied and indexed by the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This inventory, although very incomplete, is valuable. It consists of nine
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  • Haskins, George L. "Curtesy in the United States." ''University of Pennsylvania Law Review'' 100 (1951): 196-223. Crawford, Paul. "A Footnote on Courts for Trial for Negroes in Pennsylvania." ''Journal of Black Studies'' 5 (December 1974): 167-74.
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  • ...be found in the Philadelphia Free Library and in the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, while the White volume is owned by the Philadelphia libraries and the Amer
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  • :Pennsylvania'Allegheny, Luzerne, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Reading, Scranton, Westmorela :Pennsylvania'Allegheny, Luzerne, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh
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  • ...mple, civil marriages have been recorded since 1860, while, in the rest of Pennsylvania, the normal starting date is 1885. Similarly, Pittsburgh records begin in 1 ...irty-eight years.<ref>1900 U.S. Census, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, vol. 167, E.D. 412, sheet 7, line 24, NARA microfilm T623, roll 1461. Avai
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  • |'''Pennsylvania''':
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  • :''Pennsylvania Architects' and Builders' Directory''
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  • National Archives and Records Administration, 8th and Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., Washington, DC 20408. The research room has federal censuses 179
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  • ...ration to Colorado came from a block of states extending from New York and Pennsylvania on the east to Kansas and Nebraska on the west. In 1860 the greatest number
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  • ...ting that was quite distinct from the form used in the seven colonies from Pennsylvania south to Georgia. New York and New Jersey formed a transitional region, whi The remainder of the colonies, from Pennsylvania to Georgia, operated one version or another of the system of petition, warr
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  • ...in Pennsylvania, in territory claimed by Connecticut and formally ceded to Pennsylvania in 1782.
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  • ...is period belongs more properly to the history of Delaware. The history of Pennsylvania proper begins with the 1681 charter to William Penn, which was very quickly .... However, control over both government and land was returned to Penn, and Pennsylvania remained a proprietary colony until the Revolution.
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  • ...mmigrants concentrated themselves in the areas now covered by southeastern Pennsylvania; New Castle County, Delaware; and adjoining parts of New Jersey and Marylan ...aware: Family Histories of the Swedish Lutheran Church Members Residing in Pennsylvania, Delaware, West New Jersey and Cecil County, Maryland, 1683'1693'' (Winter
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  • ...aware: Family Histories of the Swedish Lutheran Church Members Residing in Pennsylvania, Delaware, West New Jersey and Cecil County, Maryland, 1683-1693.'' Winter ''The Record of the Court at Upland in Pennsylvania 1676 to 1681''. Philadelphia, 1860.
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  • | H5||East Lyme||108 Pennsylvania Ave. Box 519 Niantic 06357-0519||1839||Lyme/Waterford||New London||East Lym
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  • ...ption in wills, deeds, and assessment records. Delaware remained a part of Pennsylvania until the Revolutionary War but had its own assembly from 1704. ...ame directly to Delaware, others, including English Quakers, migrated from Pennsylvania and Maryland. For a long time a dispute existed between Delaware and Maryla
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  • ...aware: Family Histories of the Swedish Lutheran Church Members Residing in Pennsylvania, Delaware, West New Jersey and Cecil County, Maryland, 1638'1693'' (Winter
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  • ==Pennsylvania State Archives== Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
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  • ==Heritage Society of Pennsylvania== ==Historical Society of Pennsylvania==
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  • = Pennsylvania = == Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania ==
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  • ...County'¦Court Records '¦ of Illegitimate Births' was published in ''The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine'' 33 (1984): 353-58.
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  • ...Settlers in the Delaware Valley, 1609'1664'' (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1961); ''The English on the Delaware, 1610'1682'' (New Brunswick: Ru ...in ''The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine'' 36 (1990): 251-56 and the ''Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography'' 115 (1991): 262-64.
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  • ...ofilm of official grants of land in present-day Delaware from New York and Pennsylvania sources, which are listed in Edward E. Heite, ''Delaware's Fugitive Records ...proprietors' records such as the Logan Papers at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
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  • ...1850. Earlier probate information should be sought in records of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New York. It should also be pointed out that many early wills pertaini
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  • ...e's ''Sussex County Court Records 1677'1710'' (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1991). ''The Inventory of the County Archives of Delaware: No. 1, Ne ...tions, and indentures. Some earlier records are in Maryland, New York, and Pennsylvania. At the county level, the court of common pleas and superior court handle c
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  • ...ormer, see 'Provincial Tax List of the Three Lower Counties 1693' in ''The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine'' 37 (1991): 1-32. Bruce A. Bendler's ''Colonial Dela
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  • ...y of Delaware; others are at the Friends Historical Library in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.
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  • ...thern Delaware newspapers, but papers in the adjoining states of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey should also be consulted. Southern Delaware newspapers are ...thern Delaware) and Matilda Spicer Hart are at the [[Historical Society of Pennsylvania]] in Philadelphia.
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  • ...t files, photographs, and slavery papers. Microfilms of early New York and Pennsylvania material pertaining to what is now Delaware have also been acquired. The '' ...Genealogical Source Material in the Historical Society of Delaware,' ''The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine'' 28 (1973): 86-93. Some of the society's material ha
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  • ...t files, photographs, and slavery papers. Microfilms of early New York and Pennsylvania material pertaining to what is now Delaware have also been acquired. The ''
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  • ...Genealogical Source Material in the Historical Society of Delaware,' ''The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine'' 28 (1973): 86-93. Some of the society's material ha
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  • ...s'Mid-Atlantic Region]]. See also Carl Boyer, ed., ''Ship Passenger Lists: Pennsylvania and Delaware, 1641'1825'' (Newhall, Calif.: the author, 1980). Priscilla Th
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  • ...Spanish-American War were from the states of Illinois, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. One well-known regiment, however, was made up of volunteers throughout the
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  • ...at ports in Maryland and Pennsylvania. See [[Maryland Immigration]] and [[Pennsylvania Immigration]].
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  • | District of Columbia || 1350 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W, Washington, DC 20004-3001 || 1790 || Montgomery, Md./ Prince Geor
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  • ..., Connecticut, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Virginia chose to reward their soldiers with bounty la
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  • ==Pennsylvania== Bradshaw, Audrey E. ''Pennsylvania Soldiers in the Provincial Service 1746-1759.'' The author, 1985.
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  • ...e years prior to the marriage of another John Smith in [[Allegheny County, Pennsylvania]], was found. Because the bridegroom is known to have been approximately tw
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  • ...Mary? Was it illegal to practice Catholicism in 1763 New York but legal in Pennsylvania?
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  • | [http://www.familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Pennsylvania Pennsylvania] ...i, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.
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  • ...; Patterson, New Jersey; Peoria, Illinois; Philadelphia; Phoenix; Reading, Pennsylvania; Richmond, Virginia; San Antonio; San Diego; San Francisco; Seattle; South
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  • ...iduals who came before the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania during the Quasi-War with France. Significant information regarding individ
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  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [http://www.phila.gov/phils/Docs/Inventor/genealgy.htm "Genealogical Resou
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  • ...town publications such as the ''Adams Centinel'' published in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, from the beginning of the nineteenth century, and the ''Ohio Repository''
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  • ...ricans from Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland, Tennessee, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New England. In the spring of 1817 a group of English immigrants settl
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  • ...tch-Irish and Germans who had, in earlier generations, migrated south from Pennsylvania in the 1700s.
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  • '''Pennsylvania (State Library of Pennsylvania)''' ...Historical Survey. ''A Checklist of Pennsylvania Newspapers.'' Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Historical Commission, 1944. Vol. 1 (all published): Philadelphia County.
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  • ...ting from when a town or county was created. Some states, however, such as Pennsylvania and South Carolina, have not required subordinate jurisdictions to keep mar ...whom eloped to the Mayes' border town from West Virginia and Ohio because Pennsylvania did not require a marriage license.
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  • ...s of the Carolinas, Tennessee, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Willard Heiss has expanded coverage with a seventh volume fo
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  • ...d Church (also known as Killinger Church), Death Register, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, microfilm copy of typescript at the Family History Library, GUS-020,348, i
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  • ...ravestones and Ostentation: A Study of Five Delaware County Cemeteries." ''Pennsylvania Folklife'' 19, no. 2 (Winter 1969-70): 34-43. ...E. "Pennsylvania German Tombstone Art of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania." ''Pennsylvania Folklife'' 25, no. 1 (Autumn 1975).
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  • ...en the county boundaries changed. Since then it has been in Carbon County, Pennsylvania. Similarly, state boundaries may have been redefined and your ancestor may
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  • ...and Loesch Families: Neighbors in Germany and America,' ''Quarterly of the Pennsylvania German Society'' 10 (April 1976).</ref>
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  • 1681: Quakers founded Pennsylvania based on William Penn's 'holy experiment' in universal philanthropy and bro 1683: The first German settlers (Mennonites) arrived in Pennsylvania.
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  • In Pennsylvania, for example, several county historical societies have 'family reports' wit ...merican colonies.<ref>Erna Risch, 'Immigrant Aid Societies Before 1820,' ''Pennsylvania History'' 3 (January 1936): 15'32.</ref> Also useful is Bradford Luckingham
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  • Risch, Erna. "Immigrant Aid Societies Before 1820." ''Pennsylvania History'' 3 (January 1936): 15-32. ...igrants From German-Speaking Lands to North America. ''Breinigsville, Pa.: Pennsylvania German Society, 1983-.
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  • ...English individuals and families from Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee soon joined the veterans in Kentucky.
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  • Within these twenty-six volumes are documents for residents of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, and Louisiana, as well as some foreign cou
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  • ...rs.org/articles/research; Kay Haviland Freilich, 'Genealogical Research in Pennsylvania,' National Genealogical Society Quarterly 90 (March 2002): 7'36; and Jane G
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  • ...system, the transitional state of New York, and the remaining states from Pennsylvania and New Jersey southward, which used the Southern system of metes and bound ...ealthy individuals who subdivided and sold the grants in small parcels. In Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and the colonies to the south, the allotted lands were usually
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  • ...ssippi except Texas and Hawaii, all states north of the Ohio River west of Pennsylvania, and the four Gulf states of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida.
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  • ...or afterward gave bounty lands were Massachusetts (with Maine), New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, the Carolinas, and Georgia.51 Lloyd D. Bockstruck's '' ...by mail to National Archives and Records Administration, Attn: NWCTB, 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20408, using NATF form 84. The case file categor
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  • *Pennsylvania: National Archives (717 volumes filmed as M372)
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  • ...ws if 'not repugnant' to English law and custom. The New England colonies, Pennsylvania, and Delaware granted equal divisions of land and movables in intestates wi
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  • Freilich, Kay Haviland. "Genealogical Research in Pennsylvania." ''National Genealogical Society Quarterly'' 90 (March 2002): 7-36.
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  • ...ortheast, which existed when slavery was found above the Mason-Dixon Line. Pennsylvania passed a gradual abolition act in 1780, although slavery in the state of Ne ...entury, the sum of the free Negro populations in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania was only about a thousand more than the number of free Negroes in Virginia.
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  • ...ways in the Pennsylvania Gazette, 1728-1790'' (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1989).</ref> Also of interest is Helen Cox Tregillis's ''River Roads to Fr
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  • ...ues: Missing Spouses, Servants and Slaves. Abstracts from Lancaster County Pennsylvania Newspapers</i>. Hershey, Penn.: the author, 1987. ...ys in the Pennsylvania Gazette, 1728-1790.</i> Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1989.
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  • ...695, this included Prince George's County, which until 1748 stretched from Pennsylvania to Virginia, where Virginia fur traders had settled at Kent Island prior to ...about this time from New Jersey. In the mid-1700s, many settlers came from Pennsylvania, and servants, felons, and Jacobite rebels numbered heavily among the eight
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  • ...ety, the state archives, and the Friends Historical Library in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.
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  • ...Family Line Publications, 1979'85); Thomas Huntsberry, ''Western Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia Militia in Defense of Maryland, 1805 to 1815'' (Baltimore: the
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  • ...ette was Maryland's first newspaper and also included news about Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Other newspaper items, mostly marriage and death notices, ha
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  • ...unz (1948; reprint, Port Washington, N.Y.: Kennikat Press, 1972) and ''The Pennsylvania-German in the Settlement of Maryland'', by Daniel Wunderlich Nead (1914; re
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  • '''HSP''': Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
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  • ...states or areas from which Michigan residents came: New York, New England, Pennsylvania, and Canada, particularly Ontario and Quebec.
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  • ...nees were a leading tribe with settle­ments in South Carolina, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.
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  • ...arliest colonial times. The valley extends from southeastern New York into Pennsylvania through New Jersey and Delaware. The early traditional history of the Delaw
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  • ...braska were Civil War veterans from the northern states of Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa, eager to obtain the inexpensive farmland avai
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  • ...much of New Jersey as both armies passed back and forth from New York and Pennsylvania, which caused some destruction of records. New Jersey residents were quite ...its residents commuting to work in'the neighboring states of New York and Pennsylvania.
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  • ...Other works dealing with the Dutch and Swedes are listed in the New York, Pennsylvania, and Delaware chapters. ...970); 'New Jersey Records: A Genealogical Haystack Full of Needles,' ''The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine'' 24 (1965): 3-14; 'Genealogical Spadework in the Gar
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  • ...either in Trenton or in the counties because they were proved in New York, Pennsylvania, or Delaware; conversely, some estates for these adjacent colonies were pro
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  • ...ety, the Gloucester County Historical Society, the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, and the New York Public Library. Some individual books of cemetery inscrip
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  • ...libraries, particularly in the collections of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. ...York Genealogical and Biographical Society, and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Records of other meetings, particularly Philadelphia, should be checked fo
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  • ...d Military...[1703'1769]' in ''Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania'', vols. 6, 7, and 10.
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  • ...(and its successor ''The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine''), and ''The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography''. ...lemington for Hunterdon County. Collections of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania should not be overlooked, particularly for southern New Jersey, such as the
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  • ...so-called Delaware Indians who lived in what are now New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New York. In an earlier work, William Nelson compiled a reference work
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  • ...ukes in 1692. There was also disagreement over borders with New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Staten Island, long claimed by New Jersey, was not fully relinquished unti
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  • ...Scots-Irish and German immigrants traveled over the Great Wagon Road from Pennsylvania through the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia to North Carolina. The only signi
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  • ...bility of land in North Carolina drew thousands of settlers from Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Maryland during the mid-to-late 1700s. Until Colonel William Byrd of W
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  • ...nds (Quakers) to North Carolina in 1672. The tide of Quaker migration from Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia was enough to make the Society of Friends one of th '''Moravian'''. Known also as United Brethren, a group from Pennsylvania purchased nearly 100,000 acres in 1753 and called the tract 'Wachovia.' The
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  • ...of a steady stream of migration. Scots-Irish from Virginia, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania settled mainly in Marietta in Washington County. New Englanders and Revolut The influx of new settlers continued, with Germans and Welsh from Pennsylvania, plus additional migrations from Kentucky and Virginia. In 1803 Ohio obtain
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  • ...ecticut Western Reserve'''. Fourteen northeastern counties starting at the Pennsylvania line, bordered by Lake Erie to the north, and west 120 miles, including the ...ve Americans in 1782, in retaliation for hostile raids on settlers in West Pennsylvania and Virginia.
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  • ...yland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and Wes
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  • ...), researcher, author, lecturer, and volunteer who specializes in colonial Pennsylvania and Quaker research. ...ne'', the [[Federation of Genealogical Societies]]' (FGS) ''[[FORUM]]'', ''Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine'', and ''OnBoard'', the BCG newsletter. She also co-w
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  • ...sed the accessibility of church records for research. Some states, such as Pennsylvania, have extensive collections of this material. Others have little to none. D
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  • Eighth and Pennsylvania Ave.<br> Serves Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia.
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  • ...ANNIS VAN WINKLE, b. Dec 6, 1733, Belleville, Bergen, NJ; d. Aug 13, 1829, Pennsylvania; m. NAOMI
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  • [[Adams County, Pennsylvania]] [[Allegheny County, Pennsylvania]]
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  • Adams is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from York county. The earliest land deed in Adams wa For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Beaver is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny/Washington. For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Bedford is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1771 from the following county/ies: Cumberland. The earli For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • ...re unrecorded deeds back to 1717 on microfilm at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Blair is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1846 from the following county/ies: Huntingdon/Bedford. T For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Bucks is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1682 from the following county/ies: original. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Butler is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny. The earlie For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Cambria is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1804 from the following county/ies: Somerset/Bedford/Hunt For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Cameron is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1860 from the following county/ies: Clinton/Elk/McKean/Po For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Centre is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Lycoming/Mifflin/Hunt For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Chester is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1682 from the following county/ies: original. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Clarion is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1839 from the following county/ies: Venango/Armstrong. Th For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Cumberland is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1750 from the following county/ies: Lancaster. The earlie For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Indiana is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1803 from the following county/ies: Lycoming/Westmoreland For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Jefferson is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1804 from the following county/ies: Lycoming. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Juniata is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1831 from the following county/ies: Mifflin. The earliest For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Lawrence is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1849 from the following county/ies: Beaver/Mercer. The ea For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Lebanon is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1813 from the following county/ies: Dauphin/Lancaster. Th For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • ...It was formed in 1812 from the following county/ies: [[Northampton County, Pennsylvania|Northampton]]. The earliest land deed in Lehigh was recorded in 1812. The e For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Mifflin is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1789 from the following county/ies: Cumberland/Northumber For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Perry is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1820 from the following county/ies: Cumberland. The earli For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Westmoreland is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1773 from the following county/ies: Bedford. The earliest For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Wyoming is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1842 from the following county/ies: Luzerne. The earliest For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • York is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1749 from the following county/ies: Lancaster. The earlie For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • ...cal district or districts. For more information, contact the county at 108 Pennsylvania Ave. Box 519 Niantic 06357-0519. On the attached map, New London is located
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  • <P>This project is a collection of original documents filed in Pennsylvania by people wishing to become citizens of the United States. These documents ...ty][[File:Root_Cellar.jpg]] [http://www.genpa.org/ Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania]</p>
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  • Colonial Society of Pennsylvania <br> Resident Members shall be gentlemen over twenty-one years of age, residing in Pennsylvania or within a radius of one hundred miles of Philadelphia, who are lineally d
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  • ...of the legislative body, in the Colony of New York, the Jerseys, Virginia, Pennsylvania, or Delaware; Lord Proprietor, Governor, deputy Governor, or member of the
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  • Emigrants traveling from German principalities to Pennsylvania faced a long, three-part journey. The first stage was the trip down the Rhi ...ania in the Year 1750,' trans. Carl T. Eben, in Strassburger with Hinke, ''Pennsylvania German Pioneers'' 1:xxxiii.</ref>
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  • ...the chairman of the Publications Committee for the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania: ..., some important colonial records have been translated from the German (in Pennsylvania) and Dutch (in New York). The series New York Historical Manuscripts, Dutch
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  • ...logical Publishing Company, Heritage Books, The Reprint Company, Southwest Pennsylvania Genealogical Services, and University Microfilms International (UMI).
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  • ...in Cleveland, Ohio, the state historical societies of Minnesota, Montana, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, and the Sons of the American Revolution in Louisville. ...ollidaysburg, Pennsylvania). Its catalog, with more than 2,700 sources for Pennsylvania research, includes an index to the surnames in most of the books. Other ren
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