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Directory of Williamstown - January 1940 PA-Genealogy
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(2016) Reprint of the January 1940 Directory of Williamstown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Directory information included the name of the primary resident and street address. Some listings also note the mate's name and occupation of the primary resident. Along with the directory information are lists of local officials and numerous ads for local businesses.
History of Riverside and South Danville PA-Genealogy
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Reprint of: "The History of Riverside and South Danville, Northumberland County, PA"
John and Katherine Lentz Scott V. Warner
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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Kate Warner was the 2nd child born to the immigrant ancestor Frank Warner from Buchen (Odenwald) Germany. This book is a compilation of her and her husband, John Lentz's descendants. Stories and pictures come from a multitude of relatives from across the U.S. Their help is greatly appreciated, and without them, this book would not have been possible.
JOSEPH: THE LIFE OF A TRUNK MAKER A JOURNEY TO FIND MY GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER HEATHER MARTINEZ
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Joseph Lee Metcalfe is my great great grandfather, and he was a trunk maker for almost forty years. Joseph is the incredible man that spawned the genealogy of an entire family that has stretched over 100 years, and has led to me. This is his, and our, story.
MY MISSISSIPPI ROOTS: Dean & Wilson Courtney Woods
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This research intended to locate information on Alexander Dean Sr, father of Connie Lee Dean, who impressed on me to research her family. His life as a husband and father, resided in the Indian Territory of Mississippi, two-generation before his birth. The entire state of Mississippi was concerned with “Indian Territory”, that is before the Dawes Commission forced Native Americans to cede their tribal land to the U.S. government during the period of his grandparents. According to his death certificate and the informant—his wife, Elnora Wilson– Dean his father's name was T.A. Dean (Thomas Alexander).
Port Norris Pencillings 1883 Thomas F. Hollinger
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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 ...
The Legend of Guinea Jim 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 Millers of Borden County Philena J. Farmer, PhD
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Size: 5.25" x 8"
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The Smith/Edmundson Family Journey Through Time Vol 1 Lois A. Daniels
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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The Smith-Edmundson Family Journey through time is a wonderful read for anyone with Wilson County, North Carolina family roots.
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