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El Viaje de Auto Descubrimiento Historia Familia Colon Rosich Rebecca Colon, JD
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Este libro es una oportunidad para nosotros de hacer tal descubrimiento posible para nuestros descendientes. Este libro nos llevará en un viaje para conocer a nuestros antepasados y mantener vivos los recuerdos y su historia. Descubrira como fue la historia de los Alomar, Rosich y Colon en Puerto Rico. Aprendera como escribir su propia historia.
Finding Charlotte - Reconnecting the Gibson and Cooper Families of the Bahamas Samuel Gibson
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Finding Charlotte is a work many years in the making which takes us on a remarkable journey through oral traditions, church records, legal documents and DNA verification. It accesses archives from the Bahamas, the United States and the United Kingdom to piece together and provide a comprehensive proof of Charlotte Cooper’s identity and the families descended from her. These pages bring new life to Charlotte and her descendants. Part I contains the proof argument identifying Charlotte Cooper and Part II is a narrative spanning six generations of her descendants in the Bahamas and the United States. This work is an example of the Genealogical Proof Standard at work with forewords from Dr. ...
GATHERING THREADS: The Sweet-Tompkins Family Tapestry Nancy Sweet Espinosa
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Representing decades of family research, this volume is a summary of our story, our ancestry, since AD 350. Section I speaks to our arrival to the New World beginning in 1624, followed by a section relating to our earliest origins throughout Europe. Using data gathered and maintained in Family Tree Maker (2014), reports are included with family stories and resources. These reports document the family lineage as it connects to aristocracy and ancient Kings, Queens, Saints, and - of course - sinners. So steep a cup of tea, settle in, and enjoy the journey....
Historical Sketch And Business Review of Sunbury in 1872-3 PA-Genealogy
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(2017) Reprint of "Historical Sketch and Business Review of Sunbury in 1872-3 With and Account of the Sunbury Centennial Celebration of July 4th, 1872. Historical, Statistical and General" originally published by Edward B. Haines in 1873. This book presents an early history of Sunbury, Northumberland County, PA. It discusses the settlement of the area and foundation of Sunbury, its development and growth. It relates the state of the borough providing sketches of its societies, churches, associations, civic organizations, railroads and many of its businesses, accompanied by ads. The last section pertains to the Centennial Celebration of 1872, providing a copy of the oration given cov ...
History and Genealogy Marlys Darby
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The Wetter, Riedesel and Schneider families came from Wnderthausen, Westfallen, Germany. The Miller family came from Gersweiler, Saerbrucken, German. In respect to wealth; the families generally were in comfortable circumstances. Religion: Protestant. Politics: predominatly Republican. Physically, they were strong and vigorous, frugel, and enterprising. Morally, these people had been upright and conscientious, noted for sobriety, and have manifested a love for their country and a readiness to engage in its service and defense. The timeline covers the 1700s through the information available when Emma Wetter Hobbs, Ogallala, Nebraska researched and printed the original book in ...
History of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania PA-Genealogy
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(2016) Reprint of "History of Northumberland County Pennsylvania With Illustrations Descriptive of its Scenery, Palatial Residences Public Buildings, Fine Blocks and Important Manufactories". Published in 1876, this is the first volume to focus solely on the history of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. It covers its early history, settlers, the development and growth of its towns, and biographies of some of its prominent citizens. Also included are illustrations of many parts of the county - residences, businesses, churches, etc.
History of Riverside and South Danville PA-Genealogy
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Reprint of: "The History of Riverside and South Danville, Northumberland County, PA"
I'l Get It Done Lillian Freeman Aylor
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Lillian's memoir is a story of life over eight decades in the lush foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Rappahannock County, Virginia. Home and refuge for Lillian Aylor, her jouney took her through the painful early days of Virginia's Civil Rights Movement, from segregation to opportunity for her African-American community. Bolstered by her church she has defended that community and preserved its history. She built a life for herself an her family as the innkeeper for the Inn at Mount Vernon Farms where she welcomes scores of guests with her delicious cooking. History, family history, and home cooking recipes.
Industrial and Commercial Resources of Pennsylvania (Northern PA) PA-Genealogy
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2016 Reprint of Industrial and Commercial Resources of Pennsylvania (Northern Edition), originally published in 1887. This publication is a history and description of the business operations from dozens of towns throughout north, central and western Pennsylvania. Business sketches provide such details as history of its existence, management, and a description of its operations. Publication covers the towns of Ashland, Beaver Falls, Bedford, Danville, Elizabeth, Etna, Girardville, Greenville, Hulton, Huntingdon, Kittanning, Latrobe, Lewisburg, Lewistown, Lock Haven, Mahanoy City, Mansfield, McDonald, Meadville, Media, Mercer, Midway, Milton, Mount Carmel, Natrona, New Castle, Northumbe ...
James Clinton McHenry 1758 & John "The twin" McHenry 1760 Vinniedee Hippensteel
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Over 20 years ago I was contacted with someone doing research on John McHenry born 1760 and he believed it was the twin of Thomas- both sons of John and Susannah McHenry. Our family history had John moving to Southport, NY and per pension records staying in that area. However, after a lot of research and one obituary found in 2017 on a trip to Elmira, the children's names of both these Johns overlapped. The other John lived in Adams County, Ohio. Could he have traveled back and forth-this distance-. He married Anna Miller and the Miller family were back and forth between the two locations. Any information to disprove our information is welcomed.

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