Huntingdon County PA

Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania Census Records

1790 Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania Census Records Free 1790 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – Ancestry Free Trial  Hosted at USGenWeb Census Project 1790 Index 1 of 2 1790 Index 2 of 2 Hosted at USGenWeb Census Project Index Pages 110-133 Hosted at Pennsylvania USGenWeb Archives 1790 Census Images Hosted at Pennsylvania USGenWeb

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Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania Cemetery Records

Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Cemeteries hosted at Huntingdon County Historical Society Cemetery Guide, Map to location Cemeteries hosted at Huntingdon County PAGenWeb Project Bare-Garver Cemetery Beck-Ale Cemetery Brown Cemetery Burket Cemetery Campbell Cemetery

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Biographical Sketch of Walter D. Meals

Meals, Walter D.; judge; born, Mill Creek, Pa., Jan. 4, 1872; educated in the public schools of Harrisburg and Lewiston, Pa.; Juniata College, Huntington, Pa.; graduated from Keystone State Normal School, 1888; taught school in Minnesota two years; graduated, Law Dept., University of Michigan, 1892, degree of LL. B.; admitted to the bar, and began

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The Michael Fetter Family

Welcome to a journey through the annals of time, one that is deeply rooted in the lives of the Fetters family and the world they inhabited. The History of the Michael Fetters family, a culmination of a quarter-century worth of research, is an enriching tapestry of generational experiences, shared ambitions, and compelling stories that echo through centuries. This book invites you to traverse a fascinating timeline, beginning with an announcement of the discovery of the 1703/04 baptism of Johann Michael Vetter in Freinsheim, Germany. We then explore the lives of Vetter and his siblings, journeying with them as they brave the waves of migration to America between 1728 and 1738, escaping the Palatinate’s persistent turmoil and religious intolerance. With each chapter, we delve deeper into the narratives of the Fetters family, unfolding their tale of endurance and courage as they venture into the wild frontiers of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana.

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