More than 56 years of work has been put into the research of these ancestors.  Many of the sources for these names are from old books, my personal research or were shared by other researchers. There is NO guarantee of accuracy. This information is provided as a guide for further research only. I hope you will benefit from the information I have presented here.

I want to give a special THANK YOU to genealogy researchers that have been so generous in sharing their information with me.  If it were not for sharing, none of us would have the family tree history that we so proudly display.

If any of the information herein rings a bell, Please contact me at my email addresses below.

Thanks, Beth  GenFamSearch@aol.com    or     GlassByBeth@aol.com
Hi Researchers..  My name is Beth and I hope you find something of interest here that will put a smile on your face and names in your tree.
"Remember me in the family tree.
My name, my days, my strife;
Then I'll ride upon the wings of time
and live an endless life."    Goetsch
This poem is copyrighted, reproduced here with permission of author. Link to Linda's website at www.grillyourgranny.com
The Elusive Ancestor
I went searching for an ancestor.
I cannot find him still.
He moved around from place to place and did not leave a will.
He married where a courthouse burned.
He mended all his fences.
He avoided any man who came to take the U.S. Census.
He always kept his luggage packed, this man who had no fame.
And every 20 years or so, this rascal changed his name.
His parents came from Europe.
They should be upon some list of passengers to the U.S.A.,
but somehow they got missed.
And no one else in this world is searching for this man.
So, I play geneasolitaire to find him if I can.
I'm told he's buried in a plot, with tombstone he was blessed;
but the weather took engraving, and some vandals took the rest.
He died before the county clerks decided to keep records.
No Family Bible has emerged, in spite of all my efforts.
To top it off this ancestor, who caused me many groans,
Just to give me one more pain, he betrothed a girl named JONES.-
by Merrell Kenworthy - 
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Ron Cox  U.E.… in Quebec. Has this statement on his website. 
"Sharing is contagious. Unless you tell me otherwise, sharing with me is assumed as permission to share with others.  Much of the data I share is data others have shared with me and unverified by me personally. :-) "
---- I agree.  I am also a 'sharing genealogist.'  Beth
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I was corresponding with Maggie Parnall
and she signed off with:
"Hatched, Matched & Dispatched."
Just thought that was an appropriate
definition for genealogy research!
Remember !!!
ANSWERS ONLY BEGET QUESTIONS !!
LAUCK Family By Toni GEREN
DRYER & LAUCK RELATED FAMILIES
LAUCK, Peter  of Winchester, Virginia (Red Lion Inn)
LAUCK, Simon to Today Photos
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Old Medical names and what they mean.
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BARNET / BARNETT , Philip Barnet Family
SCOTT, John From  NC, AL & MO.
Domesday Book - What is it? Very Early Surnames
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Letter of Mrs. Elizabeth Bowman Spohn - Personal story of her family                  during the American Revolutionary War. Includes Philip Buck.
BUCK, Philip Timeline UE Born 1742 Germany - & Loyalist History
BUCK, Margaret Jane m. Thomas ROBINSON  By Rita Martin
BUCK, Helen Julia m. James Phillip GAGE  By Loraine Ertelt
Families Related to George BUCK UE of Ontario, Canada
Buck, George UE Born 1740 Germany, Researcher: Art Maxwell
Buck, Adam - Grandson by Fred Humphreys -From Ontario to USA
Ashley Family -Family in Ontario, Researcher Gail Gregory
Dunlop Family  -Family Tree Canada, Researcher Gail Gregory
LAUCK, Esther Bointa FAMILY  by Toni Geren
LAUCK, Abraham
The Year......... 1907
Facts you won't believe!
Genealogy in Canada
From the TRIBUNE-REVIEW
CMU team's scanner unlocks secrets from the past. Gravestones can now be read even if you can't see it! Great Digital Scanning software coming!
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        Founded by
McKay Hatch, 14 yrs old. Members represent all 50 states and many European Countries. 
BUCK, Caroline m. Robert Forbes by Kathy
Headstone epitaph of E.D.H.
I am not alone, you are here.
BH
Read about some of
*OUR WOMEN IN HISTORY
In Memory of my son,
Charles Edwin Humphrey  1962-2001

“If Tears Could Build A Stairway”

If tears could build a stairway, and memories were a lane,
I would walk right up to heaven and bring you back again.
No Farewell words were spoken. No time to say goodbye.
You were gone before we knew it, and only God knows why.
Our hearts still ache in sadness, and secret tears still flow.
What it meant to lose you—no one can ever know.
But now we know you want us to mourn for you no more.
To remember all the happy times, life still has much in store.
Since you’ll never be forgotten, we pledge to you today—
a hallowed place within our hearts is where you’ll always stay.
My heart still ache in sadness,
and secret tears still flow,
what it meant to lose you,
no one will ever know.  2008
The Trek of 5 Women and 31 children
Yip!!  That's my problem.....
how about you?
Loyalist Plantations on the Susquehanna
by J. Kelsey Jones
Have a problem with
your spell Checker?

My Spill Chequer
Eye halve a spelling chequer
It came with my pea sea
It plainly marques four my revue
Miss steaks eye kin knot sea.
Eye strike a key and type a word
And weight four it two say
Weather eye am wrong oar write
It shows me strait a weigh.
As soon as a mist ache is maid
It nose bee fore two long
And eye can put the error rite
Its rarely ever wrong.
Eye have run this poem threw it
I am shore your pleased two no
Its letter perfect in it's weigh
My chequer tolled me sew.

Donation from Frank.....
BUCK, Philip Timeline 2
Second Page
Yip!!  That's my problem...
.........how about you?
DRYER, Edward Warren Family Page
Brother to Simon and Peter Lauck
Son of Lonnie Dryer
Ron Cox  U.E.  in Quebec. Has this statement on his website. 
"Sharing is contagious. Unless you tell me otherwise, sharing with me is assumed as permission to share with others.  Much of the data I share is data others have shared with me and unverified by me personally. :-) "
---- I agree.  I am also a 'sharing genealogist.'  Beth
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BUCK, Philip   Early Documents for this family