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hetcheltooth, mauch chunk twp.
Posted by: Wendy Henderson (ID *****0660) Date: September 20, 2008 at 17:08:07
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Does anyone have any information regarding a place called Hetcheltooth which was part of Mauch Chunk Twp at some point in the early 1900's? When my great grandfather bought his farm in Nis Hollow, on the land sale papers it states he was presently living in Hetcheltooth, Mauch Chunk Twp. In the 1910 Census, it showed him living in Lehigh Valley Railroad housing. Does any of this sound familiar to anyone? Thanks for any help you can offer regarding this.


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