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What's New on Minerd.com

Your Guide to New and Recently Revised Pages

The award-winning Minerd.com website is ever-changing and continually improving as new research discoveries are made and when cousins and others share their own precious treasures. To help you learn "what's new," this list shows either brand-new or substantially revised pages in the past several months.


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Bios (continued)

Honor Roll: 175 Civil War Soldiers in the Extended Minerd-Minard-Miner-Minor Family

The Mucho-Married Mayle/Male and Minard/Miner Families of the Chestnut Ridge Community of West Virginia and Eastern Ohio

Minerd.com Annual Review 2018: A Report for Family and Friends

Honor Roll: 60 Military Casualties in the Minerd-Minard-Miner-Minor Family

"Nett/Helen Letters" - Pioneer Correspondence Between Sisters Nettie (White) Bailey of Kansas and Helen (White) Clark of Missouri

Gaumer Archives: Johannes Dietrich and Maria Elizabeth (Meinert) Gaumer of Lehigh County, PA and 4 Generations of Their Descendants

Unknown Faces and Places

Honor Roll: 48 Accidental Work Deaths in the Manufacturing, Mining and Metals Industries

My Grandparents: A Memoir of Joseph and Sadie Harbaugh Ream - by Doris (Sands) Hawker

'Burgh Nation: Pittsburgh's Enduring Legacy of Innovation

Younkin-Younken-Youngkin Feature Pages and Biography Table of Contents

Honor Roll: Spanish-American War and Philippine Insurrection Soldiers

Annette Hanshaw - Paper Artifacts from Her Musical Career

Somerset County (PA) Sheriff's Sale Poster, April 11, 1901

Speckled Legacy: Tom Custer in American Pop Culture

General Custer Family Album

Photo Essay: The Hexebarger Farm of Henry and Polly (Younkin) Minerd Near the Village of Kingwood, PA

Missouri Pacific Lines Magazine - Edited by Edwin H. McReynolds

Honor Roll: 140 Younkin-Younken-Youngkin Civil War Soldiers

A History of Old Bethel Church - by Harrison Grant King

Death on the Rails: 40 Railroad and Streetcar Accident Victims


Braddock's Grave and Fort Necessity: Preserving Historic French & Indian War Landmarks in Southwestern Pennsylvania

Unknown Shelkey Faces - Photo Album

Michael and Mary Anne (Ream) Weyand Sr. of Somerset, PA

Joseph and Elizabeth (Rowan) Hall of Maple Summit, PA

James R. and Mary Eliza (Harbaugh) Hall of Maple Summit, PA

John and Barbara (Long) Harbaugh of Victoria, PA

Philip and Esther "Hattie" (Fegley) Kline of Clarion County, PA

Johann "Baltasar" and Mary Magdalene (Meinert) Bohm of Berks County, PA

William Judson and Daisy (Glover) Harbaugh of Connellsville, PA

Rev. John Austin Harbaugh and wives of Blue Knob & Indian Creek, PA

Christmas and Fannie Elizabeth (Rankin) Leonard of Ohiopyle, PA

John M. and Salome (Meinder) Lease of Berks County, PA

George "Adam" and Sarah (Meinder) Frederick of Berks County, PA

Gideon and Anna Mathilda (Meinder) Bucher of Lycoming & Union Counties, PA & Warren County, IN

Jesse A. and Flora "Belle" (Farabee) Miller of Prosperity, PA

Thomas and Katherine (Ramsey) Minerd of Smithfield, PA

John William and Phoebe (Maust) Rankin of Elliottsville, PA

Samuel S. and Lula Ethel (Stairs) Swift of Youngwood, PA

Benjamin Franklin "Frank" and Jessie (Thurston) Piper of Mount Pleasant, PA

Clarence "Jay" and Clara Belle (Keffer) McKnight of Dawson, PA

Eli and Catherine (Dean) Leonard of Farmington & Wilkinsburg, PA

George and Christina (Fegely) Pilgert of Berks County, PA

Heinrich "Henry Harrison" and Lisetta "Lucetta" (Fegely) Fegely of Macungie, PA

George and Maria Anna (Schmick) Fegley of Macungie, PA

Philip and Esther (Gaumer) Kline of Macungie, PA

Jesse and Elizabeth (Baer) Fegley of Macungie, PA

David and Hannah M. (Gaumer) Dankelof Berks County, PA

David Fegely Jr. of Macungie & Emmaus, PA

James and Mary (Bernhard) Fegley of Macungie, PA

Johan "George" and Leah (Conrad) Wetzel of Berks County, PA

Henry and Lydia (Wetzel) Heimbach of Berks County, PA


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