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Grinnell to Grinols By William F. Archerd
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This book is the family history of the Grinols family of Fair Haven, Stearns County, Minnesota. Included is information on the related Cooper, Gould and Leighton families. Extensive detail is given... More > for the Grinnell, Rogers and Simpson ancestors in Albany and Saratoga Counties, New York in the days of the Revolutionary War.< Less
Archerd Family History - 1 By William F. Archerd
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John Archerd, from England, married Mary McMichael in 1799. They lived in Mason County, Kentucky. He later married Elizabeth Hays, in 1818, in Clermont County, Ohio. The stories of John, Mary,... More > Elizabeth and their children are detailed in this volume. [There is also a table of contents covering all three volumes of the Archerd Family History.]< Less
Archerd Family History - 2 By William F. Archerd
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Volume 2 of the Archerd Family History provides details about the grandchildren of John Archerd, who had been a pioneer in Clermont County, Ohio. In 1885, twenty-eight of John's grandchildren were... More > still living. Most were on farms or in small towns in Indiana, Missouri, Iowa, Colorado and the Chickasaw Nation in Indian Territory. A few were still in Ohio. [A table of contents for all three volumes of the Archerd Family History is included.]< Less
Sales - Bjorklund Genealogy By William F. Archerd
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The book profiles the ancestors of Virgil D. Sales of Redwood Falls, Minnesota and of his first wife, Irene Ruth, Bjorklund of Hope, North Dakota and Brainerd, Minnesota.
Archerd Family History - 3 By William F. Archerd
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Volume 3 provides the "family history" of the great grandchildren of John Archerd (d. 1838, Clermont County, Ohio); it also includes an Appendix on DNA testing by Archerd males, an Appendix... More > on "Army Archerd" and a comprehensive table of contents covering all three Volumes of the family history.< Less