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The following list contains links to websites outside of the Somerset County, PAGenWeb site. Often these links will break due to people moving their web pages to other servers or no longer keeping them online.  If you find a broken link, please email Connie Burkett.

To add your website to this list, email Connie Burkett (email address at bottom of page)

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  • BOYD and Allied Families Family HIstory of the Boyd, Graff, Engle families of Somerset County.
  • Descendants of John Burkholder, Sr. (Burkholder Family website) This is the main Burkholder Family from Somerset County, Pennsylvania. Settling near the Center Lutheran Church in Summit Twp, Garrett, and Brothers Valley.
  • Ancestors of Julie Matthews Burnette Provides a database of over 10,000 names, many of Amish and Amish Mennonite descent, particularly of the GINDLESPERGER family (all spellings).

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  • The Harneds of North America Descendants of Edward Harnett of Salem, MA, 1637, including Harned, Horned, Harnet, Hornet. Historical and genealogical information on 24,000 descencants and spouses. One descendant, Edward Harned, was one of the original settlers of the Jersey Settlement and Harnedsville.
  • The Heffley Family Page
  • History of North Central Pennsylvania This site contains historic pictures and information on North Central PA, including Clinton, Cameron, Centre, Clearfield, Elk, Potter, Tioga, Lycoming & McKean Counties.
  • HollyMillRun.Com Our genealogy web pages including information on the following Somerset County surnames: Usaw, Schmucker, Casebeer and Miller (and associated families)

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  • The Michael Korns, Sr. Homestead, SouthamptonTownship, Somerset County, PA This web site documents the architectural details of the Southampton Township homestead associated with the Somerset County, Pennsylvania pioneer Michael Korns, Sr., who was born in Berks County, Pa in 1760 and died in 1824. The photographs were taken in July 1998, when the main part of the house was still standing, and in July 1999, after it had partially collapsed.

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  • Rummel's & Gashaw's of Somerset County, PA Genealogy page dedicated to the memory of William David Rummel and to our Nana, Cora Estella Gashaw Rummel who is still answering all our questions at 101 years of age.

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  • Salisbury Pennsylvania A historical view of Salisbury Pennsylvania. Photo's dating as early as 1900's. A brief look at the Indian's that traveled through the Salisbury area. See for yourself the damange from the 1998 tornado.
  • The Shirer Genealogy Project The Shirer Family Genealogy Project has many roots in Somerset Co., PA. These surnames all can be found in Somerset Co. Scheurer/Shirer, Gaumer, King, Stiers, Stoner, Sturtz and Wertz. These families all migrated to Muskingum Co., OH leaving some members behind. They came from Elk Lick and Southampton Townships with some also from across the border in MD.
  • Showalter Photographs Photographs and genealogy information of the descendants of Samuel Greenbriar Showalter. Also included are group pictures taken in the Berlin and Jerome PA area. Surnames include: SHOWALTER, WALKER, FATE, BOWMAN, GARLITZ.
  • My Smith and Vaughan Family Tree by Deonna Smith Vaughan Lists my Somerset County surnames, among others. More to follow.
  • Statler Family Genealogy Homepage Statler family website with over 37,000 individuals with families that came from PA.

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This county is part of the USGenWeb Project, a non-profit genealogical resource web system, and is maintained by April Phillips and Connie Burkett with help and information provided by other volunteers.

Last Revised: May 22, 2013

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