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Branch Family History By Carolyn Paul Branch
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More than 500 years of history covering the Branch family from 1430 in Abingdon, England, 1621 in Jamestown, Virginia, through the descendants of James Daniel Branch of Callaway County, MO.... More > Transcribed wills, maps, photos and family stories are included.< Less
Fulton, Missouri 1820 - 1920 By Carolyn Paul Branch
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The story of the growth of Fulton, Missouri from a lonely homestead in the wilderness to a thriving small city is captured in rare old photographs from the archives of the Kingdom of Callaway... More > Historical Society and transcribed articles from local newspapers and other contemporary sources. Articles and stories arranged chronologically carry the reader through the lawlessness of a frontier town where every store had a whiskey barrel for customers and the town doctor could walk into a hardware store and shoot the school teacher without any apparent regrets or repercussions. The book covers the upheaval and discord of the Civil War era, including the well-known story of Celia, a Slave, the fast paced changes of the industrial revolution and the Great War that took so many Callaway boys far away from the mule trading capital of the world and introduced them to tanks and flying machines. 326 pages, fully indexed with 3,450 Fulton and Callaway names.< Less
Fulton, Missouri 1820 - 1920 By Carolyn Paul Branch
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The story of the growth of Fulton, Missouri from a lonely homestead in the wilderness to a thriving small city is captured in rare old photographs from the archives of the Kingdom of Callaway... More > Historical Society and transcribed articles from local newspapers and other contemporary sources. Articles and stories arranged chronologically carry the reader through the lawlessness of a frontier town where every store had a whiskey barrel for customers and the town doctor could walk into a hardware store and shoot the school teacher without any apparent regrets or repercussions. The book covers the upheaval and discord of the Civil War era, including the well-known story of Celia, a Slave, the fast paced changes of the industrial revolution and the Great War that took so many Callaway boys far away from the mule trading capital of the world and introduced them to tanks and flying machines. 326 pages, Fully indexed: 3,450 Fulton and Callaway names.< Less
Branch Family History By Carolyn Paul Branch
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More than 500 years of history covering the Branch family from 1430 in Abingdon, England, 1621 in Jamestown, Virginia, through the descendants of James Daniel Branch of Callaway County, MO.... More > Transcribed wills, maps, photos and family stories are included.< Less
Fulton, Missouri 1820 - 1920 By Carolyn Paul Branch
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The story of the growth of Fulton, Missouri from a lonely homestead in the wilderness to a thriving small city is captured in rare old photographs from the archives of the Kingdom of Callaway... More > Historical Society and transcribed articles from local newspapers and other contemporary sources. Articles and stories arranged chronologically carry the reader through the lawlessness of a frontier town where every store had a whiskey barrel for customers and the town doctor could walk into a hardware store and shoot the school teacher without any apparent regrets or repercussions. The book covers the upheaval and discord of the Civil War era, including the well-known story of Celia, a Slave, the fast paced changes of the industrial revolution and the Great War that took so many Callaway boys far away from the mule trading capital of the world and introduced them to tanks and flying machines. 326 pages, Fully indexed: 3,450 Fulton and Callaway names.< Less
Our Family By Carolyn Paul Branch
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The ancestors and descendants of James Gillham Paul and Myrtle Lillian Rogers, in memories, photos, stories, and poems