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"The American History of a POTTER Family" VOLUME I Chapter 1: *ANTHONY POTTER (ca. 1628 - 1690) Puritan, the First American, and Ipswich Cultivator of Fruit for the years ca. 1285 - 1690. Wilburn Metcalf Potter
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This is Volume I of "The American History of a POTTER Family" which is the first of ten volumes recording the genealogy and history of my family. This volume is "Chapter 1: *ANTHONY POTTER (ca. 1628 - 1690) Puritan, the First American, and Ipswich Cultivator of Fruit" which covers the years ca. 1285, the earliest birth date of one of my ancestors that has been found, to 1690, the year my 7X Great Grandfather, *ANTHONY POTTER (ca. 1628 - 1690), died in Ipswich, Massachusetts. Volume I is the product of many years of research and details much of early American history about the Puritan Migration (1630 - 1640) from England to the Massachusetts Bay Colony and the settlement of Ipswich, Massa ...
A Century of Stories Rachelle Ankney
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From riding to school in a hack drawn by two horses to scrounging for the good potatoes in a sack of discarded rotten produce in the middle of the Great Depression, Thelma Decker VanDine has lived the stories the rest of us can only read in history textbooks. Her recollections, along with those of her late husband Dean VanDine and her late sister Wilma Decker Rice, make the events of the last 100 years of history pop off the page and come alive in our imaginations.
A History of the National Conservation Training Center and Surrounding Area Daniel Everson
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Curiosity piqued by seeing old foundations, fence lines, broken pottery, as well as bits of brick and glass became the impetus for traveling back in history to discover the "flesh and blood people" who occupied what is now the locale of the prestigious National Conservation Training Center. Employing great care and thoroughness, with attention to accuracy, this work answers the question, "Who were these people of the Terrapin Neck area?" Consolidating years of genealogical research, anecdotes, and histories, this systematic framework constructs a foundation of objective data, offering insight and understanding into the lives,motivations and activities of the families who once called th ...
A Love for Life: The Treasured Memories of Candyce Eller Christopher Eller
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In the summer of 2017, Christopher Eller began an oral history project with his mother, Candyce Eller. What follows is a record of those conversations, which aim to act as a reference for future generations and show the changes in our family dynamic from the early 20th century to the present. The emphasis of these exchanges is on the events and emotions of those involved, presented in a format that is readable yet engaging, bringing the people of our family’s past to life. Stories are explored from Candyce’s perspective, as she is the central force and “rock” of our family. Much of our family history is documented through photographs, many of which are contained herein to help tell th ...
A Voz de Um Poeta Helena Hamann
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The writings of the patriarch of the Carvalho family, Oscar Baptista de Carvalho.
Ancestors of Elizabeth Campbell Thomas Vol III Carol Thomas
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Volume Ii contains the 8th thru the 12th generation of the ancestors of Elizabeth Campbell on her paternal father's side of the family. Some surnames to be found besides Campbell are: Adams, Brooks,Jewett, Blood, Ingram, Minot, Wheeler, Longley just to name a few. Some go back as far as 1560.
Ancestors of Elizabeth Campbell Thomas Volume I Carol Thomas
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Family history starting with Elizabeth Campbell Thomas. Following on her paternal side of the family. The Campbells. Volume I covers the first five generations going back 1800 with surnames Meador, Stafford, Mize, Adams Blood, and Clark.
Ancestors of Elizabeth Campbell Thomas Volume II Carol Thomas
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Volume II Contains Elizabeth's ancestors on her Campbell side of the family. The 6th and 7th generation include surnames such as Campbell, Jewett, Smith,Ingram. Meador, Mann, Stafford, Eaton, Minot and Wheeler to name a few. Time frame is the 1700's
Bloom Sister Jenny Bloom Lisak
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The William Bloom family moves from Potter’s Old Fort in Center County to the impenetrable mountains and pioneered the area now known as Curwensvile, PA. Three Bloom siblings, Elizabeth, John and Ben, because of circumstances beyond their control, found themselves left alone in the wilderness through a hard winter in 1801. This is a story that has been handed down about their adventures that the author tells through the eyes of Elizabeth.
Bob and Elisabeth Saxe Family History Thomas Saxe
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The history of the Bob and Elisabeth Saxe Family

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