ANOTHER GREAT PENNSYLVANIA WEBSITE IN THE MAKING:
The GENHOME Website is designed to be a house. In the foyer is the guestbook, in the kitchen are the round tables where discussions will be held. In the cupboards we have information helps and we are hoping to have an interview or two with authors, publishers, genealogists. The GENHOME library has the lists of names, dates, places--the lists will grow until we run out of space. The Family Room will have family information and maybe a Hall of Fame for favorite ancestors, some homepages we've done, some neat ideas. The Studio will be the place to investigate whether or not you would like to have a homepage. The GENHOME Website is designed for the genealogist and family researcher.
Also, don't miss the **SHIPS' LISTS** (some even have the ages of the passengers)
They are in the LIBRARY at GENHOME.
PA PERSONS BEFORE 1720
ONE OF 13 ORIGINAL COLONIES..ORIGINALLY 3 Counties..NOW 67 Counties.
[REFERENCE: PA Archives, 1682, 1:1:40]
PA PERSONS BEFORE 1720***HERE***
There will be A PA GENEALOGY GUESTBOOK for:
CURRENT PROJECT: Tel # or address for FREE ITEMS helpful to PA genealogists.
........ PA Tourist Info and MAP!!--1 (800) VISIT PA (847-4872)
TIP OF A LIFETIME: COPY IT and DOCUMENT IT, DOCUMENT IT, DOCUMENT IT....
CHECK BACK OFTEN TO SEE THE CHANGES.
P.S. Don't miss PENNSYLVANIA GENEALOGY, Etc.
--Pennsylvania Persons Naturalized in 1760 and
--Pennsylvania Persons Naturalized in 1761 and
--PA Quakers Naturalized in 1760 and 1761 at
Pennsylvania Genealogy, Etc., (click on above name)
Links to other sites on the Web
GENHOME (More PA GENealogy and in a HOME setting)
Lycoming County, PA
Pennsylvania Personal Genealogy Pages
PA Counties--good stuff!
Note to YOU:
BOOKS: The information was compiled for me, by me. While working on Lancaster, Chester, and Berks counties. I was constantly checking these lists for information and they weren't alphabetized. One day I just got so tired of searching them that I just did it, I alphabetized them, making a computerized list. They have been used so often that it wasn't a waste of time to do them. They may be useful to YOU. If so, contact me. If not, that's okay, too--just as long as YOU find something about YOUR ANCESTOR. That's where the fun is for me. If you happen to be interested, the books are:
1767 BERKS COUNTY PA ARCHIVES
1784 BERKS COUNTY PA ARCHIVES
1765 CHESTER COUNTY PA ARCHIVES
1771 LANCASTER COUNTY PA ARCHIVES
If you would like one, contact me:
EMAIL TO: Kathy Dix
NOTE ABOUT GEOCITIES:While passing through another homepage on Geocities, I read a note about how wonderful geocities is--How could you help thinking they must have paid him to say that. Now I know, it really is wonderful (wonderful doesn't say it all-- IT IS REALLY GREAT!) So far, they have done what they said they would do. Sure, I had to do some learning and alot of typing; Those who said "THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS A FREE LUNCH" didn't tell us that there is such a thing as "A GENEALOGIST'S FREE BUFFET".
GEOCITIES: If you ever pass through here (and I doubt that you
have the time, cause I'm sure you're really busy), THANK YOU.
[This has been an unsolicited, unpaid, unpolitical, unorganized announcement!]
FOR COMMENTS & SUGGESTIONS, PLEASE EMAIL TO: Kathy Dix