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Marriage and Death Notices from the Harrisburg Chronicle, 1820-1834 By Kristen Hocker
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Marriage and death notices for the central Pennsylvania area from the Harrisburg Chronicle newspaper from March 1820 through March 1834. A resource for the family genealogist with ancestors who lived... More > in Dauphin or the surrounding counties. Includes an every name index.< Less
Marriage and Death Notices from the Harrisburg Chronicle, 1820-1834 By Kristen Hocker
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Marriage and death notices for the central Pennsylvania area from the Harrisburg Chronicle newspaper from March 1820 through March 1834. A resource for the family genealogist with ancestors who lived... More > in Dauphin or the surrounding counties. Includes an every name index.< Less
Marriage and Death Notices from the Harrisburg Chronicle, 1820-1834 By Kristen Hocker
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Marriage and death notices for the central Pennsylvania area from the Harrisburg Chronicle newspaper from issues published in March 1820 through March 1834. This books is a good resource for the... More > family historian or genealogist with ancestors who lived in Dauphin County or the surrounding counties in the early 19th century.< Less
An Index to Lancaster County, PA Online Deeds, Books E-H, 1755-1769 By Kristen Hocker
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Land was wealth to our ancestors. The deed—a record of the transfer of land—can be a genealogical goldmine to the genealogist. Not only does it put a person in a specific place at a... More > specific time, it can identify relationships between buyer, seller, and sometimes previous owners; name spouses, occupations, and neighbors; and provide hints regarding the affluence or poverty of those involved. Lancaster County—known as Pennsylvania Dutch Country was one of the earliest areas settled areas. Digital images of county deeds from 1729 through 1986 are available online through the Recorder of Deeds. However, only those from 1981 onwards are searchable. This book provides a full-name index to buyer (grantor) and seller (grantee) for deed books E through H which cover the period 1755 through 1769. Each index listing includes the names of grantor and grantee, the book, the date the deed was written, the date it was recorded, and both page number and online image number for easy access to the correct entry.< Less
An Index to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Online Deeds, Books A-D, 1729-1760 By Kristen Hocker
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Land was wealth to our ancestors. As a record of the transfer of land, a deed can be a genealogical goldmine to the family historian. Not only does a deed put a person in a specific place at a... More > specific time, but it can inform us of relationships between buyer, seller, and sometimes even previous owners; name spouses, occupations, and neighbors; and provide clues as to the affluence—or lack thereof—of those involved. Lancaster County—known as America’s Garden Spot—was one of the earliest settled areas of Pennsylvania. Digital copies of county deeds from 1729 through 1986 are available online through the Recorder of Deeds. However, only those after 1981 are indexed. This book provides a full name index to buyer and seller for deed books A through D, covering the period 1729 through 1760. Each listing includes the names of grantor and grantee, the book, the date the deed was written, the date it was recorded, and both page number and image number for easy access to the correct online file.< Less