Pennsylvania Genealogy


Pennsylvania Genealogy

This group is dedicated to helping people with researching their ancestors in Pennsylvania. Can you help by offering tips, suggestions or lookups? Do you have the time and or expertise to help by moderating this group?

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Latest Activity: Mar 28

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Pennsylvania Genealogy Links

Pennsylvania Archives, Libraries and Museums
Eastern Monroe Public Library
The Digital Research Library -University of Pittsburgh's University
Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
Pennsylvania State Archives

Pennsylvania Birth, Marriage and Death Records
Order Birth and Death Records Online!
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City Death Records 1803 - 1915
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City Marriage Indexs 1885 - 1951
Vital Records

Pennsylvania Cemeteries and Obituaries
Genealogy Bank
Pennsylvania Cemeteries

Pennsylvania Census
US Census Records 1790-1930

Pennsylvania Genealogical and Historical Societies
Pennsylvania Genealogical Society
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Presbyterian Historical Society PA

Pennsylvania Genealogy Databases
Pennsylvania Databases

Pennsylvania Mailing Lists, Message Boards and Chat
Looking 4 Kin Genealogy Chat
Pennsylvania Mailing Lists
RootsWeb Surname List

Pennsylvania Genealogy Projects
Pennsylvania ALHN
Pennsylvania Trails

Pennsylvania Miscellaneous Genealogy Resources
Bucks County Pennsylvania History and Genealogy
Cyndis List - Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Linkpendium Pennsylvania
Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania
PA Roots
Pennsylvania Civil War Era Newspaper Collection
Pennsylvania Historic Newspapers
Pennsylvania History & Genealogy Books Online
Pennsylvania Volunteers of the Civil War
Philadelphia Press (1857-1920)
Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
The Newspaper Archives of Green Free Library
United States Resources: Pennsylvania

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Discussion Forum

Elizabeth Carmany/Karmany

Started by cwowret. Last reply by Jim In Dover (PA) Aug 19, 2013. 6 Replies

I have hit a brick wall that seems no one and I mean no one can break through. Johan Carmany b. 1779 and Maria Esterline b. 1780 have 12 Children one being Elizabeth Carmany/Karmany b. 8 Dec 1801Lebanon County Pa, that we know of. The SAR has…Continue

Ships passenger list.

Started by Beckylouwho. Last reply by Eliz Jul 1, 2013. 2 Replies

I was wondering if anyone can find a name for me on a passenger list?  I was told this information from a source not too credible so I want to research it myself.  His name is Peter Gunter, or Gunder, Gunty, Gundy, Gunter, but his name is now Van…Continue

Sarah Keyes brick wall

Started by maggie. Last reply by Eliz Jun 28, 2013. 4 Replies

Hello everyoneI am new here and am looking to find info about GAunt Sarah Keyes who was born in Limerick Ireland in 1876 and lived in Philadelphia around 1910. I cant find her on ship records leaving Ireland. She married ?TRAINOR but I can't find…Continue

Leitter Kuzniar

Started by toni. Last reply by toni Jun 25, 2013. 10 Replies

MY ancestors were the Leitters Anthony and Julia Lived in Arensburgh areaMY ancestors were the Kuzniars Martin and Anna lived in Washington countyContinue

Miles Family History

Started by Nancy. Last reply by Eliz May 28, 2013. 2 Replies

I am hoping someone here can help me to find a book. My 3 x Grandfatherwas Samuel Miles and his Grandfather was the mayor of Pittsburgh, there is also a town names after this family, Milesburg. There was a book written on the Miles Family HIstory…Continue

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My Avery Family from Bradford Co PA area

Started by Jim In Dover (PA). Last reply by JPOINTS Apr 8, 2013. 20 Replies

These Averys seem to appear out of no where and then disappear.My great great grandfather, Jacob Avery was born ca 1784 in PA according to the census. We are not sure of his spouse, but may be Rachel. Jacob died in the 1860's and is most likely…Continue

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Carle family

Started by Karen. Last reply by Eliz Mar 26, 2013. 14 Replies

Abraham (William) Carle was born in 1780 in Pennsylvania according to the US & International Marriage Records and married, in Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Margaret West, born 1794 in Maryland.  Elizabeth is buried in the Ridlen Cemetery in Iowa.  We…Continue

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Question about genealogy research strategies in Pennsylvania

Started by Stan Arney. Last reply by Eliz Mar 16, 2013. 2 Replies

I have traced my family surname, ARNEY, back to a Jacob Arney (????-1782)Jacob Arney's first Wife, was Anna Ursula KRON (1722-1761)She arrived, from Essenheim, Germany, with her family in 1741.Together, Jacob and Anna Ursula Arney, had four "known"…Continue

Charles Henry Stuart

Started by Rachelmo. Last reply by Eliz Mar 16, 2013. 2 Replies

I've traced my line back to the Indiana County area of Pennsylvania.  I've found Charles in 1810 in that county but I'm not sure how to figure out who his parents are.  So, I thought maybe if I could find his marriage record that would help.He could…Continue

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Brown clan in Brownsville, PA or bethel Kerr clan connection to a John Wesley Kerr, or Kerr in Titusville, PA

Started by Yankee girl. Last reply by Eliz Mar 16, 2013. 1 Reply

I know Jesse brown, came from Vermont. He founded a settlement & post office in brown hill, PA, which was named after him. Have no info on his father. John Wesley Kerr, moved to Huron county Michigan , from PA. Looking for a connection to…Continue

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