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Re: Which county?
Posted by: Maureen Lee (ID *****9453) Date: September 07, 2002 at 06:16:50
In Reply to: Re: Which county? by donnap of 371

From "American Place Names of Long Ago" (1898), there WAS a Simpson in McKean County at the 1890 Federal Census. American Place Names lists all of the towns/cities/villages in the U.S. at the time the 1890 federal census was enumerated.

The 1890 map for McKean County that I have shows Simpson (also called Cyclone) in Keating Township, just north of Smethport.


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