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Cynthia Smith
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A whole lot a shakin’ going on in this family. My Great, great, great grandfather Russell R.G.E. left the Shaker Society to marry and raise a family. Thanks Russell.
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With a 5th grade education, Wilson Graver became a trained stone mason and practiced the occupation of bricklayer all his life. Just an ordinary guy trying to make a go of it in the face of tough economic times.
Wilson Graver (1872 - 1954)
Wilson Graver (1872 - 1954)
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Attention Kunkle family descendents.  Charles Kunkle must have thanked his lucky stars that he survived his infancy!  He was the grandfather of our beloved Estella Kunkle Smith.  Her parents John and Sarah are also mention in this tribute.
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Well, what do you know, our ancestor, Andrew Correll,  was a Hessian soldier!  Imagine my surprise when I discovered he was a hessian mercenary who fought against the colonies.
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It might seem a little odd to post a Dedication of my Genealogy Works 20 years after I started posting my family history online, however this is an updated re-post since Rootsweb has been taken down from the web.
Dedication To the Memory of ANNA MCEWEN
Dedication To the Memory of ANNA MCEWEN
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Estep or Astop, 1858 or 1857, Port of Philadelphia or Port of New York?
The Sparkling Wave,1857 carried the Estep family of Wales to a new life in the United States. Another mystery solved!
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After arriving from Wales in 1857, James Estep and his family finally settled on Armenia Mountain in the area of the village of Covert in Bradford Co. Pennsylvania.
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Here is a bit of historical information about the Old Union Cemetery in Upper Mt. Bethel, PA.
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The Old Union Cemetery in Stone Church is one of the earliest graveyards in Upper Mount Bethel Pennsylvania. Here is a list of the burials there.
Who's Your Grammie?
Who's Your Grammie?
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Roots in solid  Pennsylvania Dutch heritage, here is the story of six generations of our Smith Family in Northampton Co., PA. 
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