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Tennessee Librarian

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ISBN : UOM:39015082972814
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Family Records Today

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ISBN : WISC:89082609843
Genre : United States
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Genealogies Cataloged By The Library Of Congress Since 1986

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ISBN : MINN:31951D002916482
Genre : Genealogy
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The bibliographic holdings of family histories at the Library of Congress. Entries are arranged alphabetically of the works of those involved in Genealogy and also items available through the Library of Congress.
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Edgecombe Yates Allied Lines

Author : Frances E. Blake
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Nicholas Edgecomb immigrated from England to Richmond Island, Massachu- setts (later Maine) in 1636/1637, married Wilmot Randall in 1642/ 1643, and died in Saco, Maine before 18 March 1681. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, Washington, D.C., Michigan and elsewhere.
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Carrier Carryer And Allied Lines

Author : Georgie Carrier Early Armentrout
ISBN : WISC:89062881453
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W. John Carrier (ca. 1705-1733) emigrated from England to Frederick (later Dunmore, then Shenandoah) County during or before 1759. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Maryland, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Washington and elsewhere.
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Key British Enterprises

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Southern Weeds And Allied Families

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ISBN : WISC:89063872790
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Jonas Weed (1598-1676) sailed from England to Massachusetts in 1630. In 1635 he settled in Wethersfield, Connecticut. His wife, Mary, died in 1689. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and elsewhere.
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The Blakemore Family And Allied Lines

Author : Maurice Neville Blakemore
ISBN : WISC:89062846928
Genre : Blakemore family
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Record of the Blakemore begins c1700 in Va.
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Saturday Review

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Music Trades

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Ancestors And Descendants Of Lewis Conley Bishop

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Bishop ancestry from 1610 in England to Massachusetts, Virginia and Iowa. Lewis Conley Bishop (1818-1901) was born near Brookville, Indiana. He married first, Sarah Ann Whited in 1838. They settled in Iowa in 1846. He later married Lucy Tolman Branen.
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American Decorations 1862 1926 Volume 1

Author : The Office of the Adjutant General of the Army
ISBN : 9781781504413
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Volume 1 of 2. A Complete List of Awards of the Congressional Medal of Honour, the Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) and the Distinguished Service Medal (DSM). Awarded under Authority of the Congress of the USA 1862-1926. Details on each recipient include place of birth, place of residence on entry into the service, where the award was won with citation and number of the General Order authorising the award. Names are arranged alphabetically, and in the case of posthumous awards name and relationship of the next-of kin receiving the award are given. Foreign holders of the DSC and DSM are listed by countries.
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Crane Crain Nests

Author : Loraine Crane Gunter
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William H. Crane was born in South Carolina in 1802. About 1821 he married Rebecca Telford and they had 9 children. Originally it is believed that the family came from England by way of New England. Descendants still remain in the south today and information on William's descendants is included in this volume.
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Gentlemen On The Prairie

Author : Curtis Harnack
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In the 1880s, the well-connected young Englishman William B. Close and his three brothers, having bought thousands of acres of northwest Iowa prairie, conceived the idea of enticing sons of Britain’s upper classes to pursue the life of the landed gentry on these fertile acres. “Yesterday a wilderness, today an empire”: their bizarre experiment, which created a colony for people “of the better class” who were not in line to inherit land but whose fathers would set them up in farming, flourished in Le Mars, Iowa (and later in Pipestone, Minnesota), with over five hundred youths having a go at farming. In Gentlemen on the Prairie, Curtis Harnack tells the remarkable story of this quite unusual chapter in the settling of the Midwest. Many of these immigrants had no interest in American citizenship but enjoyed or endured the challenging adventure of remaining part of the empire while stranded on the plains. They didn’t mix socially with other Le Mars area residents but enjoyed such sports as horse racing, fox hunts, polo, and an annual derby followed by a glittering grand ball. Their pubs were named the House of Lords, the House of Commons, and Windsor Castle; the Prairie Club was a replica of a London gentlemen’s club, an opera house attracted traveling shows, and their principal hotel was Albion House. In St. George’s Episcopal Church, prayers were offered for the well-being of Queen Victoria. Problems soon surfaced, however, even for these well-heeled aristocrats. The chief problem was farm labor; there was no native population to exploit, and immigrant workers soon bought their own land. Although sisters might visit the colonists and sometimes marry one of them, appropriate female companionship was scarce. The climate was brutal in its extremes, and many colonists soon sold their acres at a profit and moved to countries affiliated with Britain. When the financial depression in the early 1890s lowered land values and made agriculture less profitable, the colony collapsed. Harnack skillfully draws upon the founder’s “Prairie Journal,” company ledgers, and other records to create an engaging, engrossing story of this quixotic pioneering experiment. f
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