Thank you--When I first heard of this book, I was very excited. After all, it was written about York County and by a Gibson--can't get much better than that, I thought. I figured I had it in the bag! Not so. It seemed to cover the 1800s much better than the 1700s. I think my Gibsons moved on by the 1800s or before. Amazing how much people moved in that age. I certainly didn't read it cover to cover and there may be something in there, but I didn't find it. Of course it's a logical book to try. Thanks for replying.