6 episodes

The Your Pennsylvania Ancestors podcast is your audio journey to research in Pennsylvania.

In each episode, join Denys for a behind-the-scenes look into the archives of state and county governments, and the repositories of historical and genealogical societies.

What kinds of records do they have? How can you get the most out of your research? What kinds information can you discover? How can it transform your understanding of your ancestors?

Subscribe where ever you get your podcasts. And please leave a review and your questions for future episodes www.PAancestors.com

Music: "My Days Have Been So Wondrous and Free" composed by Francis Hopkinson in 1759. MP3 recording provided by www.amclassical.com under Creative Commons License, some rights reserved.

Your Pennsylvania Ancestors PA Ancestors, Denys Allen

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The Your Pennsylvania Ancestors podcast is your audio journey to research in Pennsylvania.

In each episode, join Denys for a behind-the-scenes look into the archives of state and county governments, and the repositories of historical and genealogical societies.

What kinds of records do they have? How can you get the most out of your research? What kinds information can you discover? How can it transform your understanding of your ancestors?

Subscribe where ever you get your podcasts. And please leave a review and your questions for future episodes www.PAancestors.com

Music: "My Days Have Been So Wondrous and Free" composed by Francis Hopkinson in 1759. MP3 recording provided by www.amclassical.com under Creative Commons License, some rights reserved.

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Eliz-H ,

A must-listen if you have Pennsylvania ancestors

This is a very informative podcast where you can learn about Pennsylvania repositories. I look forward to hearing more about researching in PA, especially since I live in Massachusetts.

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