Category Archives: Harrisburg

Enos and Sarah (Goss) Seaward’s Land in Luzerne Co., Pennsylvania

Land in Luzerne County is complicated. I have created a PAGE at the top of this blog under Philip Goss IV 1724 to 1779 table of contents of posts written to aid in understanding the information presented here and to … Continue reading

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Westmoreland Town and County are created: The Connecticut Assembly annexes the Wyoming Valley to Litchfield County in Connecticut — January 1774

In order to understand the history of the Wyoming Valley you have to understand that it was carved up and settled by settlers from mostly Connecticut under the Susquehannah Company.  The settlers themselves petitioned the government for county government on … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania Archives Series – 138 Volumes – For those with Ancestors in Pennsylvania

If you are doing genealogical research on ancestors who lived in Pennsylvania then you want to know about this. Donna Bingham Munger in her Connecticut’s Pennsylvania Colony series used the Pennsylvania Archive and the books and series by the same … Continue reading

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