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Travels Through Time. The story of Edward and Lucinda Fletcher and their families Scott Fletcher
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This book is an aggregation of information I've collected personally on my Fletcher family. Every fact in there is just that, a fact I've personally verified or was told in person. Please contact me if you can add pictures or information. My email is jacsplace1@yahoo.com
We're not Crazy, We're Irish William G. Malloy
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'WE'RE NOT CRAZY, WE'RE IRISH' is a riveting and true story about three generations of the author's maternal Irish-American extended family, beginning with a young teenage elopement in the year 1902 and continuing throughout the Twentieth Century. Seasoned with a generous amount of Irish wit and vintage photos of the actual characters and eras portrayed, it provides a firsthand look into the complex world of evolving Irish-American family relations and social standings as they begin to further distance themselves from their 'Old World' legacies. With ample doses of triumph and tragedy, laughter and lament and cautionary tales, the reader will be taken on a fast-paced and dizzying ride th ...
West-Jersey Pioneer - Including Preceding Titles Marriage & Deaths 1847-1854 Volume I Thomas F. Hollinger
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The West Jersey Pioneer newspaper, published in Bridgeton, New Jersey, was one of the premier newspapers in Cumberland County. The “Pioneer” in its life under preceeding titles, actually started on September 2, 1846 as the West Jersey Telegraph and General Advertiser. It published fifty-two issues from September 2, 1846 and ceased operations on August 25, 1847. It then became The West Jersey Telegraph and Cumberland and Cape May Advertiser. This paper began on September 1, 1847 and published only twenty-six issues, ceasing operations with its February 26, 1848 publication. The paper’s name changed again, now becoming The West Jersey Pioneer and Cumberland and Cape May Advertiser, which b ...
Whisenhunt / Records Family Book: Vol II Whisenhunt / Huckleberry Gary Whisenhunt
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Revision 1, 2022. Family history of the author whose parents came from Jefferson County, IL. This volume traces the Whisenhunt and Huckleberry ancestors back in time through Southern Illinois, back to early colonial days and even into the 1700s an earlier in southern Germany and Switzerland. Other surnames as they apply to the family tree include Boster, Smith, Hutchison, Vernon, and more. Interesting figures from the past include William Huckleberry, who killed two men, and Squire Whisenhunt, the earliest Whisenhunt (along with his possible brother Uriah) to come to Jefferson County, IL. Much information is presented about Squire Whisenhunt including his marriages, children out of wedlo ...
Whiskey Row: the Development of Coalinga's Front Street, the liveliest place on the West Side David Paul Davenport
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Coalinga, California, began in 1889 as a supply center for a coal mine and became a boom town when oil was discovered nearby in 1896. Seemingly overnight the oil district attracted wildcatters who explored and proved the field making it by 1910 the largest producing oil field in California. As the supply center for this district Coalinga's population soared from a couple of hundred in 1900 to over 6,000 in 1910 making it the second largest city in Fresno County. | One consequence of this explosive growth was the desire of some residents to separate those who worked in the oil fields from their hard-earned money, so Coalinga attracted liquor dealers, gamblers, and fallen women. Those who ...
William Marion Mullins Cherokee County Roots Robert A. Mullins
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The history of the Mullins family is a fascinating one. The focus of this book is Captain William Marion “Esquire” Mullins (1837-1898) and his descendants. Starting with Richard Thomas “Thomas” Mullins (1714-1773), the first of William’s ancestors to emigrate to the colonies, Thomas’s descent is traced to William Marion Mullins in Cherokee County, Georgia. Then, Williams’ many descendants are depicted.
Wright Briggs Appdx Richard Lohman
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Family histories of the Wright, Briggs, Sibert and Stephens families; ancestors of Henry Bascom Wright (b. 1850) and his wife, Julia Ann Hobbs (b. 1855). This is derived from the Seventh Draft, which was revised by Betty Porter in 1998. The Appendices contain peripheral families and descendants of the Briggs and Stephens families.
Wright Briggs Appdx 2 Richard Lohman
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Family histories of the Wright, Briggs, Sibert and Stephens families; ancestors of Henry Bascom Wright (b. 1850) and his wife, Julia Ann Hobbs (b. 1855). This is derived from the Seventh Draft, which was revised by Betty Porter in 1998. The second set of appendices contain peripheral families including the children of Lucretia Stephens, the Slaydens, Farthings, Keesees Joneses and Carmans.

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