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Philip Goss IV and family settle in Plymouth Twp., one of the first settled areas of the Wyoming Valley...

The Susquehannah Company set up several townships in 1769 for the 200 settlers in the Wyoming Valley.  These townships were Plymouth, Hanover, Wilkes-Barre, Kingston and Pittston. 1,242 more words

Solomon Goss And Olive (Scott) Goss (Son Of Philip & Mary (Kendall) Goss

Enter the Susquehannah Company....1753

Philip Goss IV and his wife Mary (Kendall) Goss had migrated from Brookfield to Simsbury (North Granby) in the late 1740’s, then to Granville and onto Becket living in Becket from about 1758 to 1768. 858 more words

Philip Goss IV & Mary (Kendall) Goss

Philip Goss IV sets his eyes on the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania and settles in Plymouth Twp. - 1769 to 1773

Philip Goss IV was not content, he decided to migrate once. He joined many other settlers and moved to what was called the Wyoming Valley this is where the Susquehanna River flows. 1,570 more words

Solomon Goss And Olive (Scott) Goss (Son Of Philip & Mary (Kendall) Goss

Teachers Learn How to Help Traumatized Children

WILKES-BARRE— According to the United Way of Wyoming Valley, roughly 33 percent of children under the age of five in Luzerne County are living in poverty. 376 more words


Project: Route 309

Back in August, when I drove home to visit my parents in Northeastern PA for a few days, I made the decision to forsake the turnpike and follow Route 309. 164 more words