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The Philip Raup (Raub, Roup, Raab) Family: A…

The Philip Raup (Raub, Roup, Raab) Family: A Genealogy of Selected…

by Joseph A Meiser

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Part II of a series of publications pertaining to pioneer families that located in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, during the period 1790-1810.

Raup Family (also spelled Raub, Roup, and Raab).

Surnames in index with10 or more page references: Artley; Berger; Berninger; Boyer; Campbell; Cook; Cotner; Davis;Dentler; Derr; Dietrick (Deitrick); Erdman; Ernest; Feaster; Fenstermacher; Foulk; George; Glaze; Hampton; Harris; Hendrichs (Hendricks); Hoffman; Hower; John; Johnson; Jones; Keefer; Kremser; Laidacker; Leiby; Lerch; Levan; Lynn; Lyons; Marks; Mauer; Mensch; Miller; Mincemoyer; Mowery; Ranck; Rhoades (Rhodes); Rovenolt; Shaffer; Small; Smith; Snyder; Stine; Swank; Thomas; Walter; Yocum; Young; and Zimmerman.
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