Immigrants and their Cousins Northumberlander's
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Let the children play in the playground. Steve and Blue are waiting for you! Bear is here too. It is now 13:19:33
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Boardroom Resources On The Internet For Genealogists

Gary Kemper's homepage Another descendent of Joseph LAUX and Christina BERWEILER, Gary has the Prussian Berweiler line back to 1600. Also has a lot on SELF families and collateral lines.

Neal UNDERWOOD's great collection of SHUCK/SCHUCK/SHOOK data and researchers.

My All Branches of
my ancestors lived in NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pennsylvania, starting in 1837 with the Carney family.
U.S. Search engine at rootsweb

The Historical Preservation Society, Incorporated has online information. If you're not sure where this area is, check out this site on 1895 maps

My Talk City site

Where I was born
The 1880 census can be searched online by surname initials This link leads to the directory.
Searc h rootsweb Surnames
Where to Research in this area.
The Improved Order Of Redmen exlained here
Names of Townships The CARNEY family emigrated from Ireland. Michael and Margaret soon lived in Shamokin. John and Patrick lived with them. I think they were brothers of Michael Carney. They were too close in age to be his sons. Their children were born in Pennsylvania.

In 1847 the GILLESPIE family arrived. Their father and several siblings had died on the ship. Catherine, the mother happened to see a friend from the old country while they were walking down the street. "Pete Flanigan, come down off that roof this instant!" She found herself saying.
(FLANAGAN, PETER PA/1010/0500/088000...1880 Census records)
After telling him about her husband's poorly-timed fate, she was helped with settling down in America.

To find people in Germany who may be related, check the phonebook of Germany here.


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