Category Archives: Shickshinny Town & Borough

Family Letters: Ruby Gearhart, Sarah Parks, Thomas Santee per Ruby Santee, and Jesse Sampson…1933

In this post, I feature several letters that might give a little view of the family and their thoughts about their heritage. The Newton Square is over west of Philadelphia.  Newtown Square, PA March 12, 1933 Dear Sarah: I know … Continue reading

Posted in Ebenezer Goss, Fairmount Twp., Luzerne County, Mary Ann Goss & Reuben Gearhart, Mary Seward & E.M. Santee, Nathaniel Goss and his wife Hannah Scott, Nathaniel Goss Jr. and Thankful Forbes, Pennsylvania, Philip Goss IV & Mary (Kendall) Goss, Shickshinny Town & Borough, Wilkes-Barre | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Revisiting a tour in 2008 – Huntington and Fairmount Twp., Luzerne Co., Pennsylvania…

Back in 2008, I traveled to Pennsylvania. I had won the registration for the Federation of Genealogical Society conference in Philadelphia and it was way too tempting.  So I planned my trip with the idea that I would visit the … Continue reading

Posted in Fairmount Springs Cemetery, Fairmount Twp., Harveyville, Huntington and Fairmount Twp., Huntington Twp., Luzerne County, Shickshinny Town & Borough, Trip to Pennsylvania 2008 see Pennsylvania Wandering Blog for more info, Wilkes-Barre | Tagged , | 3 Comments

Philip & Huldah Goss and their children’s land transactions…

Philip Goss and Huldah, his wife, were very busy buying and selling land during their life time in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Their children were involved in some of those land transactions as we will see. I might not have all … Continue reading

Posted in Asahel Goss & Susan Teetz, Eliza C. Goss and Furman V. Taylor, Ellen Martha Goss and Dyer C. Moss, Fairmount Twp., Huldah Goss and John Gregory, Huntington Twp., Illinois, James W. Goss and Esther Rittenhouse, John Minor Goss and Mary Love, Luzerne County, Macon County, Mary Goss and Jacob Steele, Philip Goss and Huldah Wandel, Rebecca Allen and Asa Allen, Richard B. Goss and Rosina Hille, Shickshinny Town & Borough, Weston Goss and Delaneth Beisher | Tagged , | Leave a comment