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Ma & Pa Morgan (A Family Narrative) R. D. Johnson
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Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781946982773
Who would have believed that a young couple living along the red dusty roads of Edgehill, Georgia in the early 1900's could have had such a heritage in these United States of America? Follow along as each of the four main family lines are followed from their earliest arrivals in the new colonies down to this couple that lovingly became known to all as "Ma & Pa." Along the way we find soldiers in the American Revolution, the Indian Wars, and the Civil War. Also we find stories of killings, and hangings, as well as those of miracles and healings and immeasurable faith.
McDonnel-Hamilton Newlin-Moore - A Family History Edward Coleman and Dorothea Jones
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Size: 8" x 10"
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This is a history of the ancestors and relatives of my mother’s family. Margaret Ann (McDonnel) Coleman was the eleventh child of Lucius Ellsworth “Elzie” McDonnel from Mercer County, Ohio and Anna Mae “Annie” (Newlin) McDonnel from Orange County, Indiana. The Hamilton name in the title is Elzie’s mother, Ida Melvina (Hamilton) McDonnel. The Moore name is Annie’s mother, Permelia Adeline (Moore) Newlin. I have been collecting bits and pieces of our McDonnel Family history for a long time, and I wanted to share what I found with the rest of the family. Aunt Dorothea agreed to be my co-author and we combined what I had collected with her research and family memories.
My Father By Edgar Santiago, and by The Most Reverend Jesse Jose Santiago
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781620306802
So you think you know your father? In this little volume, +Jesse finds understanding and makes the connections between his life and that of his father. A must read for any child who wants to "grow up" and understand where they come from. A great way to tap into your own family story
Port Norris Pencillings 1883 Thomas F. Hollinger
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781682735428
Port Norris is located along the beginnings of the Maurice River and bordered by the Delaware Bay. In 1883, there were 885 people who called, Port Norris, their home. This book contains information provided from newspapers of the day published in Bridgeton, New Jersey. People called “local correspondents” would write down the “happenings” in the town then send it to the papers to publish. These correspondents would go by nicknames or just an initial located at the end of the day’s story. These practices of correspondents sending information into the papers was “hit and miss” until about 1885 when articles began appearing on a weekly basis. Hopefully, this will give us a glimpse of what l ...
Reconstitution des familles de Haut-Clocher / The families of Haut-Clocher Pascal Pariset
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Size: 8.27" x 11.69"
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ISBN: 9781947778351
Reconstitution des familles de Haut-Clocher / The families of Haut-Clocher, Lorraine, France. Compiled with the church records and civil state records, from 1690 to 1922. Including some articles about the historical context. Written by Pascal Pariset with help of Odette Meyer and Jean-Claude Becker.
Saxe - Poser Family History Thomas Saxe
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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The history of the Saxe and Poser Families.
Sister In Zion Joyzelle Curtis
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A personal history of Carolann Ivie. Her life as told by her with photos. A woman of service!
Taylor - Piper Family History Thomas Saxe
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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The genealogical history of I. Cloyd Taylor and Martha E. Piper.
The 1907 Autobiography of Henry Martin Bradley Introduction and Afterword by Stuart Van Leer Bradley, Jr. Second Edition
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9780999582701
Henry Martin Bradley was born in Lee, Massachusetts, in 1824 and moved to Ohio in 1835. Despite the danger of wolves, a young Henry helped his family clear their Ohio land and farm in the 1830s. He owned and operated lumber mills in Michigan in the 1860s and 1870s and tells of the rough-and-tumble politics of the time. He prospected for iron ore in Minnesota in the 1880s. Late in life he owned an orange orchard in California and spent his winters there. Bradley died in Duluth, Minnesota, in 1918. This 114-page book includes 23 original illustrations, Bradley history and genealogical material, and 21 pages of photographs including 14 carte-de-visite photographs from a privately owne ...

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