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A Goodly Heritage Susan Davis Faulkner
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$35.00
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
"A Goodly Heritage" provides stories of 9 generations starting with one individual while introducing that individual to each generation including their American Revolutionary Patriot. This is a scrapbook with beautiful colors and embellishments that includes photographs, drawings, maps, and documents. Individuals of focus (in generation order) Colleen Bell, Donna Messenger, Donnell Lawrence Messenger, Wilson Lorenzo Messenger, David Howard Messenger, Wilson Lorenzo Messenger, Nathan Harvey Messenger, Ebenezer Nathan Messenger, and the patriot Benoni Messenger. Benoni Messenger was born in 1718 in Windham, Connecticut and died in 1777 in Becket, Massachusetts.
Costanzo - The family and heritage of Giuseppe "Angelo Joseph" Costanzo Susan Davis Faulkner
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$25.00
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620309735
To many people he may be just an ordinary Joe, but not to his daughter, Maryjo. With a deep desire to understand the father that means so much to her, Maryjo hired the family-history consulting firm of Heritage Connections to answer her questions. Where did her father come from? Who were the members of his family that shaped the man she adored and loved? This scrapbook brings together the documents, pictures, and stories that were collected to tell the story of the Costanzos. It explains the region in Italy where they originated, takes them through the various trips that were necessary to move to a new land, proudly displays their acceptance of United States citizenship, and shows off t ...
Full-Name Index to "The History of Sequoyah County 1828-1975" Susan Davis Faulkner
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$24.99
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
ISBN: 9781620303221
“Full-Name Index to The History of Sequoyah County 1828-1975” is an essential tool for any family historian or genealogist with ancestors who lived in Sequoyah County, Oklahoma during the 1800s and 1900s. “The History of Sequoyah County 1828-1975” is a rich history of an area that would become and eventually did become Sequoyah County. Attention is given to the history of communities, churches, clubs and organizations, businesses, and schools. Probably the most fascinating portion of the book is the vast amount of family stories. The family stories of “The History of Sequoyah County 1828-1975” are written by various authors. Most of these authors were family members who provided deta ...
Project Alexandria - A Story of Love Surrounding Alexandria Mary Alice Cram Susan Davis Faulkner
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$45.00
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
“Project Alexandria – A Story of Love Surrounding Alexandria Mary Alice Cram” is a celebration scrapbook about the birth and first year of a micro-preemie. Alexandria was born at 24 weeks gestation. The format of this story originated in a Facebook Group, titled Project Alexandria. Posts shared within this group have been meshed with Facebook posts of Alexandria’s family, lyrics to songs, transcripts from YouTube videos, and blog entries to encapsulate the stories told and shared during the first year of Alexandria’s life.
The Long and Winding Road - A Kuhne Story Susan Davis Faulkner
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781682739808
This scrapbook is packed full of newspaper clippings, documents, and highlights that tell the story of Fred S and Etta (Holden) Kuhne's descendants for five generations. Its bright colors and short clips pull the reader in to obtain more of the story as it unfolds. Fred and Etta were married in 1886 in Missouri. They had six children - Leslie, Fred, Lewis, Ray, Alene, and Albert. Each child is assigned a color code to help decipher the different families as their children and grandchildren mature and have families of their own.