Do you have Pennsylvania Ancestors? Free access until May 23

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Pennsylvania Genealogy at American ancestors (NEHGS) now through May 23, 2017.

asked in The Tree House by April Dauenhauer G2G6 Pilot (107k points)
Hi April :)
Hi Keith!

I am so exuberant today - we have sunshine instead of rain here, and I keep finding the people I'm looking for in sources. Old friends popping up to say hi is a bonus.
I'm glad all well...I'm peachy too.  It's a beautiful day all around.
Disappointed, 3rd GGF lived there, probably married there, Probably had children there, no record.

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There is a wonderful book "Ream Family History and Genealogy" by Forest Ream. The lady  should be able to connect Andrew. There was an Andrew who was a Drummer Boy in the Revolution.In the town of Effrata there is a good local library on the Ream's. Next year there should be a Family Reunion.

B. Ream
answered by Anonymous Anonymous G2G Crew (680 points)

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