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A Personal Journey Through Time: Alexander, Campbell, Gardner, Bailey, Benn, Pennington and Watson families. Atticus Ryan.
Mary Swanger Courtemanche (Stitzer)
The Weiser/ Wiser Family (George Weiser and Elizabeth Patton from Mifflin Co.)
Synopsis of the Mifflin Family Papers at the William L. Clements Library at The University of Michigan
Angela's Ancestors: Buchanan, Cummer, Fortney, Foust, Kimberly, Miller, Moist, Moore, Myers, Pecht, Shields, Wilson
Hessian immigrant Johannes ZULAUF purchased 206 acres in Milford Twp., Mifflin Co. in 1802, and moved there with his eleven-member family. Before that he had lived in Berks and York Counties where his surname is found as ZULAUGH, SULOUF, SULAUF, etc. Within a decade after his move to Mifflin Co., the spelling of his surname settled down to SULOUFF and that spelling appears on his gravestone. Two of his sons continued using SULOUFF and two sons changed their surname to SULOFF. Historical information about this immigrant and his family, including additional resources for research, may be found on these websites : http://mywebpages.comcast.net/nsulouff/EarliestHistory.htm (The material on this Webpage is mainly drawn from the publication A SULOUFF AND SULOFF FAMILY HISTORY (801 pp., 174 graphics, over 3350 indexed names, 680 source footnotes) copywrighted 2001-2003, Library of Congress call number CS71.Z8662001) and http://www.rootsweb.com/~paberks/ - Rev. Nelson R. Sulouff
WYBLE / WIBLE: Wyble Family History - Ancestors and descendants of John May Wyble, son of Conrad and Julianna May Wyble, first located paying taxes in 1825 in Mifflin County, Pa., who was a descendant of the Wyble family that settled in in 1786, when they immigrated from .
Family of Robert Elliott HARPER and Mary Ann RITTENHOUSE of Burnham. Robert worked as night manager at Standard Steel, and later established a general store on the first floor of their home.
SAMPLEY / CONNER GENEALOGY
Darlene CONNER SAMPLEY, daughter of Walter Ross CONNER who was born in
McVeytown on February 19, 1888, granddaughter of William Bennett CONNER
and Sarah Catherine (HUFFMAN) CONNER who moved from McVeytown from
Virginia probably during the years 1878-1880.
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