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Events on this day in Our Family History - Last Updated 22, 2020

Birthdays
30 Sep 2020
Thaddeus Stevens - 1814
John M. Howard - 1849
Fremont Macomber - 1857
Maude F. Halladay - 1890
Benjamin Halladay Gladding - 1891
Oscar Hanable Packard - 1892
Dana Belle Hammond - 1893
Armina Halladay - 1893
William Avery Green - 1895

Anniversaries
30 Sep 2020
Phillip Macomber married Margaret Potter - 1732
William Marion Brock married Clara Myriah Halladay - 1884
Ferdinand J. Halladay married Amanda R. Porter - 1886
Merle A. Wing married Clara Maude Tribe - 1902

Deaths
30 Sep 2020
John Higley - 1714
Minerva Washburn - 1863
Horatio Henry Hayner - 1896
Mary Barnum - 1903
Chauncey Darling Rice - 1906
Ellen Johnson - 1966
Cyrus Lloyd Richardson - 1987
Edward Uhl - 1989
Douglas Babcock - 2001


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Reuben James Culp Death certificate.
Reuben James Culp Death certificate.

Top 10 Surnames
  1. Halladay (1881)
  2. Stevens (450)
  3. Strong (313)
  4. Pratt (278)
  5. Conine (258)
  6. Jones (230)
  7. Smith (202)
  8. Washburn (196)
  9. Miller (128)
  10. Brown (124)

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  Bronson Hospital, Kalamazoo, Michigan about 1909

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Welcome to the R G Strong Family Genealogy website.

I have been researching and collecting information on my family tree for over 30 years and it has been growing steadily for the last 25 years after I first went on line with my first tree of about 5000 names. Since then my database has grown to well over 20,000 individuals.
I am looking for the ancestors of my G-G-Grandparents William Adelbert STRONG and Mary Polly WENRICH who were born in Mifflin Co., PA in 1825-1829 and any of their descendants. Recent DNA Studies have shown that my STRONG ancestors original Surname may have been STRANG, and may have originated in Scotland and that we are most likely descended from James "Schim" Strong of the York, PA Strongs. Read the theory about this connection, and see the results of this DNA study. In the study my kit number is 16001 and is listed under the group "Strange of Balkaskie of Scotland". So if you know of any STRANG decendants from PA or CT, then we may be connected.

On my maternal side I am looking for ancestors and descendants of Walter HALLADAY b. 1640 who settled in Simsbury,CT.
I am looking for the following surnames and hope you can help or I can help you.
STRONG/STRANG, HALLADAY (all forms of the spelling), SKELTON, PRATT, CONINE, KEMPLE, & CULP. The main migration routes were from PA=>OH=>MI and VT=>CT=>NY=>CANADA=>MI

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feature 1 Credits & Acknowledgements I would like to thank a few people that have contributed to my database.

feature 2 Frequently Asked Questions Questions and answers on how to use this site.

feature 3 Strong Research Notes Research Progress of Samuel Strong's ancestors in Pennsylvania.

feature 4 Top Ten Greatest Moments in Genealogy Some fun dates in the history of Genealogy.

feature 5 KnowYourDNA Check out this site founded by Donna Moore -"Know Your DNA, Know Your History, Let us help you make a more informed DNA testing choice.".

 
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