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Whisenhunt / Records Family Book: Vol III Etheridge / Jamerson Gary Whisenhunt
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Family history of the author whose parents came from Jefferson County, IL. This volume traces the Etheridge and Jamerson ancestors back in time through Southern Illinois and the counties of Edwards, White, and Wayne, back to early colonial days and the Etheridge, Dixon, Shaw, and Hodgson lines back to those born in England. Other surnames as they apply to the family tree include Jameson, Maulding, Bond, Hassell, and more. Interesting figures from the past include Ambrose Maulding, Wilburn Bond, William Jameson (Jr and Sr), and Lt Col John Jameson. The ancestral line from the Jamersons of Jefferson County to three original Mayflower Pilgrims is also documented. Other ancillary information ...
Whiskey Row: the Development of Coalinga's Front Street, the liveliest place on the West Side David Paul Davenport
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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ISBN: 9781645507758
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 ...
Whispered Memories of Our Ancestors Related Families of Patterson, Graham, Kobel, Brechin, Schmidt, Stalcop, Cook, Mauser, Maxey, Allen, Nelson & Armistead Judith Patterson
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ISBN: 9798885674980
Family history of author's father Kenneth Patterson (1918-1990) who was born in Springfield, MO. This book traces the Patterson and Smith ancestors back to colonial days and earlier in Scotland, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, England and France. The book discusses persons with other surnames who intermarried with the Patterson and Smith, including Graham, Kobel, Brechin, Stalcop, Cook, Mauser, Maxey, Nelson, Allen, Martiau and Armistead. Remarkable ancestors featured include Edward Patterson Cook who joined the California gold rush, narrowly escaped a murder plot and chronicled his return home with port stops in Acapulco and Panama. The frontiersman Jesse Maxey served in the Revolutionary ...
Who Swung From Our Tree Carol Gilbert
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This book is a compilation of my family tree on both paternal and maternal sides. Not only are the trees available, but many photographs and stories about the individuals written to entertain.
Wilcox Family: Descendants of John Wilcock and Mary Wylsher Bill Wilcox
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ISBN: 9798885676083
Wilcox Family: 13 generations of Descendants of John Wilcock and Mary Wylsher. The family of Wilcox, Wilcock is of Saxon origin, and was seated at Bury St. Edmonds, in the county of Suffolk, England, before the Norman conquest. John Wilcock was a descendant of Capt. John Wilcock who commanded 1000 lancers against William the Conqueror. Sir John Dugdale, in his Visitations of the County of Suffolk, mentions fifteen generations of this family previous to 1600. This traces the family back to 1200. On July 15th of 1633 John, Mary and their children John Jr, Ann, and Sarah boarded the Griffin at the Downs Ship Anchorage, Kent, England to sail for Massachusetts. Also aboard the same ship were ...
William Marion Mullins Cherokee County Roots Robert A. Mullins
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781637906057
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.

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