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Genealogical and Biographical Annals of Northumberland County Pennsylvania

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Date: [unknown] to 1911
Location: Northumberland County, Pennsylvaniamap
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Source Information

  • Full Title: Genealogical and Biographical Annals of Northumberland County Pennsylvania
  • Author: No author credited
  • Publishing Information: Chicago, Illinois : J. L. Floyd & Co., 1911
  • AKA: Floyd's Northumberland County Genealogy

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I just discovered this free space while looking for something else. I wish I had known about it a long time ago, I cite the book in my sources SO MANY TIMES and all this time I could have been pointing to this. Sometimes I feel like half of the book is about my relatives. Well, maybe as I come across my profiles where I've referenced it, I'll change to a pointer to this. I have a question however. I see you actually have TWO pages for this book. Why? I'm undecided as to which I should point to. Couldn't you easily condense these down to just one page?
posted by Michael Kerstetter