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From: Justin Kirk Houser <>
Subject: Re: [PACLINTO] Yeager Family
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2008 16:54:14 -0500
You probably mean Porter Township, Clinton County. It was formed
from part of Lamar Township. Before 1839 this was part of Centre
County so you should find them in censuses in Lamar Township, Centre County.
There may be an estate on file in Lock Haven, the county seat of
At 04:39 PM 2/22/2008, Cindy wrote:
>I am looking for information on the Jacob Yeager family. He was born ca
>1821, married Ann Eliza Copley ca 1848, and had 12 children: William,
>Edward, Blair, Mary G., Della Gertrude, Wilson, Henry C. (or Harry),
>Franklin P., Anna M., Lloyd L., Robert G., and Howard S. In 1850 he was in
>Birmingham Borough, Huntingdon County, in 1860 in Tyrone Twp., Arch Spring
>Post Office, Blair County, in 1870 Warriors Mark Twp., Huntingdon County,
>and in 1880 in Halfmoon Twp., (Taylor), Centre County.
>I have information that his father was Andrew Yeager, b 1797 in PA, died 12
>Apr 1841 in Potter Twp. Clinton Co, PA. He married (1) Margaret Stahl, and
>(2) Lydia Seyler. I have looked on Ancestry and cannot find a census for
>any Yeagers in Clinton County from 1810-1840.
>I understand that there were also Yeagers in Mifflin County.
>Any and all information to help me would be most appreciated. Thank you so
>Cindy in NC
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