Reference Look-up Services
- Genealogy Look Up Forum
Genealogy volunteers perform research look ups.
- Look-Up Page at Home Histories
- Jon Hall Backenstose email@example.com
Jon has some of Burgert's books: 18th Century Emigrants: Langenselbold in Hesse, Northern Alsace, Western Palatinate, and Northern Kraichgau.
- Eric Bentz firstname.lastname@example.org
Eric is willing to look up information in William Henry Egle's History of the Counties of
Dauphin and Lebanon from 1883.
- Geoffrey Decker, email@example.com
History of Tulpehocken and Bethel Townships in Berks County (1976)
The Hub of the Tulpehocken
- Kevin Frye, Frye@gnat.net
Kevin lives 40 miles from Andersonville Prison in Macon County Georgia and has volunteered to perform look-ups on the database for this facility. These records are also on-line at the Andersonville NHS and Macon County, Georgia web site. If you have records showing your ancester was there, and he iss not listed, Kevin is willing to make further inquiries. He will also I also will take pictures of graves found for a small fee. He goes to the cemetery about twice a month. The records are very extensive as there were 13000 who died there and only 460 buried there as unknown.
- John Light firstname.lastname@example.org
John Light has volunteered to look up information in Myerstown 1768-1968, the Myerstown
Bicentennial published by the Myerstown Bicentennial Committee, Church Center
Press, Myerstown PA, 1968. This book does not have an index, which makes an exhaustive search for specific individuals or topics difficult. John will do his best to search the text, but he cannot guarantee finding every single relevant entry.
John is also able to look up information in the Shadows of the Rhine Along the Tulpehocken series written by Viola Kohl Mohn © 1972 (edited by Henry C. Westenberger) and published by the Lebanon County Historical Society (1970, 1980, 1982, 1986). The following is a list of surnames for the primary families documented in this series. These families are from Jackson Township, Lebanon County with direct ties to Marion and Heidleberg Townships in Berks County.
Batdorf, Bickel, Copenhaver, Coupenhaver, Emeldt, Emmell, Immel, Koertz,
Kopeenheffer, Kopenheffer, Koppenhaver, La Rohe, LaRoux, LaRue, Larue,
Lay, Leaman, Lehman, Lei, Leman, Lerue, Lerue, Ley, Liru, Loos, Meyer,
Rambler, Ramler, Rammler, Schell, Sherk, Spangler, Spengler, Spingler,
Teis, Theiss, Tice, Tice, Uhrich, Uhrig, Urich, Urich, Walborn, Weirich,
Wyrich and additional variations of the names.
- Sue Peifer Marcus, Smrcus@verizon.net
Sue has a copy of the "Kreiser Family" book and has volunteered to look up information in this book.
- Garry L. McLaughlin, email@example.com
Garry has a copy of The Gerberich History published in 1925 by A.H. Gerberich. Much of this book covers early families in Dauphin and Lebanon Counties., as well as York County. Garry has volunteered to look up information in this book; you may contact him by e-mail. All of the names from the book are in a database, which may found on his web page.
- Joe Patterson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Joe has a small booklet labeled Palmyra, PA by Martin H. Early. The title page states
A History and Directory of Palmyra, PA also of Campbelltown, Bindnagles and Gravel Hill Churches, containing a brief history of the first settlers, notices of the leading events, incidents and interesting facts, also unpublished information, chiefly of a local character. Copyright 1898 Compiled by Martin H Early NY. The directory for Palmyra 1897, "is a complete list of all citizens alphabetically arranged by families...." Heads of household, family
members and addresses are included.
- Diane Stober, DMStober@aol.com
Diane is willing to do look ups for the following book: A Brief History of Schaefferstown, by Brendle, pub 1901. Please indicate the surname AND given name of interest.
Look ups in a book from 1910 that lists the desendents of
Samuel Gorton of Mass. These descendents lived in the Crawford County area of
- Donovan Yingst, email@example.com
Donovan Yingst has volunteered to do look ups in the following books:
- Geschichte der Familie JÜNGST ("History of the JÜNGST Family), by Dorothea v CHAMISSO,
Leverkusen, Germany, 1993 (in German, indexed). Scanned Family Charts for Generations 1-9 in my direct line in the book now may be examined at "Family Name Charts from GESCHICHTE der FAMILIE JÜNGST" .
- "The FISHBURNS", by John E. FISHBURN, Sunriver, OR, Revised Edition 1992 (no index)
- SESTERCENTENNIAL HISTORY HILL LUTHERAN CHURCH (Berg Kirche), 1733-1983
at Cleona (Tombstone Inscriptions w/map [indexed] and some member, etc. names)
If anyone is willing to look up references, please send me your name and email address. Please provide a full citation of the reference books available and any restrictions you wish to place upon requests.Top of Page
David N. Blauch
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