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The Legend of Guinea Jim......or is There More Samuel Gibson
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9780578126708
The Legend of Guinea Jim will be another proud addition to all Gibson libraries. It is likely the first time a comprehensive study was done to positively identify the elusive Guinea Jim. Family traditions are analyzed and correlated with existing documentary sources to reveal the Gibson patriarch. The sources range from registers of birth to DNA and will shed light on questions like: • How are we related to Guinea Jim • Who is the Scotch Planter of Land of the Pink Pearl • What is our connection to Guinea, West Africa • Was there ever slavery in the Savannah Sound Gibson family
The McEuen's of Thatcher, Arizona James Claridge
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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Volume I Ancestors of Hilda Bridget Cotter Kohl Paternal Line Authors: Kohl Family Jenny, Shawn, Mattie, Emma, Phoebe and Greta
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Volume I of The Ancestors of Hilda Bridget Cotter Kohl covers the paternal line of Hilda. They immigrated in the 1800s, leaving Ireland and England to forge new beginnings. Most were agriculturalists who farmed the land and provided for their families. They left hundreds of descendants, but none as important to us as Hilda Bridget Cotter Kohl.
We're not Crazy, We're Irish William G. Malloy
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Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
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ISBN: 9781637905739
'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 ...

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