Intertwining Hess (nee Hess) Columbia County, PA - What to do with an Ancestry hint?

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I'm heading to Columbia County early September to attend an event at St. Gabriel's Church, so I'm working diligently on the Hess line. More precisely, my great-aunt's Hess line.  Yes, I did say "great-aunt" smiley, her maiden name was Hess and married my grandmother's brother, sharing William Hess Sr (m. Anna Catherine Goddard) as a common ancestor.

I came across an rather interesting hint on Ancestry and would love to share. However, I don't want to simply copy/paste due to copyright (as I'm not the one that submitted the "story" hint) and it has a lot of useful info. 

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Carol

in The Tree House by Carol Sterling G2G4 (4.6k points)

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You can post the share link here.
by Marion Poole G2G Astronaut (1.2m points)

Thanks! I'll attempt a shared link - it does require an Ancestry subscription to view - hopefully it'll work for those that have Ancestry. 

Hesses (Nee) Hesses

A share link allows non-subscribers to see the record, often a basic view, but enough to confirm or not what you are seeking.

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