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This is a large Site. Each bar is a link. Not all links are on the front Index Page. If you want a real treat try all yhr various links and explore. The Research Site/Center is excellent. I have also connected other URLs that have been created for Genealogy.......So take your time and look around.
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Valley where both my father's and mother's families settled. Several family member are still living in the area. Taken about 1998-99.
Forksville covered bridge built in 1842 about the time my Potter family settled in Forksville. My ggg-grandparents families arrived in the 1630s in New England. George Whitefield Potter 1806-1876 and Camilla " Bliss" Potter 1809-1888.
Bridge is still in use. Photograph taken 1999. See Covered Bridges. George W. Potter's father was Deacon Daniel Potter, seven years a soldier in the Revolutionary War from Conn. and related to the Sanfords of Seminole County.
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Log home, built 1930, PA.tA large home. ext.

George Whitefield Potter 1806-1876
An American Family since 1620
Potter Family thus far....
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