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McDonnel-Hamilton Newlin-Moore - A Family History Edward Coleman and Dorothea Jones
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$88.00
Size: 8" x 10"
Binding: Perfect Bound
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 Life With Mac (Annie's Story) Anna Mae (Newlin) McDonnel additional text by Dorothea Jones and Edward Coleman
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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This book was written by my grandmother, Anna Mae (Newlin) McDonnel. She began writing it after the death of her husband, Lucius Ellsworth “Elzie” McDonnel, in 1957. The first half of the book is a memoir of her childhood and early married life, and contains stories that were honed through years of being told to her children, and then to her grandchildren. If you are a descendant of Annie and Elzie and were born after 1969, you won’t be in this book, but you can still read about your extended McDonnel family and where you came from. As you read her book, Annie’s life will unfold before you. Just sit back on the couch, with a glass of milk and a plate of warm cookies, and enjoy Anni ...
Other Stories From Our McDonnel Family Edward Coleman
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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This book contains memoirs from Elza and Anna McDonnel’s two youngest children, Margaret and Dorothea, and excerpts from the writings of Anna and her oldest daughter, Rose. I wrote some background and commentary about their lives. After the McDonnel Family Secret was exposed in the McDonnel Family group on Facebook in 2015 I wrote a new section about the Secret and the Silence that kept it hidden. I give you fair warning: This book is about difficult subjects and some of the stories are full of raw emotions. Peace and Love, Cousin Ed
Private Joel Newlin, Company D, 66th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Edward Coleman
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Size: 8" x 10"
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Joel Newlin was my great-grandfather. His 1862 letter from a Union Army camp is the only writing we have about his Civil War experience in his own words. I found letters and a diary from other members of the 66th Indiana Infantry that tell us what was going on in his regiment, and I also found letters, diaries, and books from other people involved in those events. By weaving these different historical accounts together we can construct a plausible story of his life during the Civil War. We will never be able to see the war through his eyes, but I believe we can see some of what he experienced through the eyes of other people who were nearby.
Private Joel Newlin, Company D, 66th Indiana Volunteer Infantry - BW Edward Coleman
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$39.00
Size: 8" x 10"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Private Joel Newlin - BLACK and WHITE - I created this BLACK and WHITE version of the book as a lower-cost alternative for anyone on a tight budget (like me). The content in this version is (almost) the same as in the color version but the illustrations and images are in gray-scale.