If you’re related to York County’s Heffner family, your name is probably in new book
When you see something with June Grove’s name on it, you know the research is sound.
So, her latest work is certain to move York County historical enterprise ahead.
Columnist Lori Badders wrote about Grove’s latest work in the Weekly Record, circulating in the southern part of York County.
Grove’s research is concentrated in that area.
Since her retirement as an executive secretary in the Red Lion Area School District, June Grove has shown herself to be a prolific writer, especially when it comes to local history.
Her latest endeavor is “The Heffner Family of York County, PA, and Associated Families.”
Of course, if you’ve got a common York County name like Anderson, Boyd, Curran, Dettinger, Eveler, Frey, Hannigan, Kauffman, Lutz, Rehmeyer, Runkle, Schmuck, Shaull, (Peter) Smith, Thompson, Tome, Wales, Wiley and Wilson, then it’s likely your relatives are mentioned in the book, too, along with many other families.
The hardbound book contains 290 typed pages and 90 pages of photos and documentation. Cost is $31, plus shipping if mailed.
To purchase, call Grove at 927-8298 or e-mail email@example.com.
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