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The Callender Family Tree Charts By Stephen Callender
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The Callender Family Tree Charts traces the family from 1138 Perthshire, Scotland to Barbados and later other Caribbean countries. Many branches find their way to America after World War I. Joseph... More > Callender is the first Callender to come to New York from Barbados in 1903. The reader should have a great understanding of the Callender Family Tree after digesting these charts.< Less
The Callender Family Tree Charts By Stephen Callender
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The Callender Family in chart format beginning in 1138 Perthshire, Scotland. James Callender left Scotland and went to Barbados in 1630s. His descendants later went to other Caribbean lands: Grenada,... More > Trinidad, Guyana, St. Lucia and Panama. Joseph Callender found his way to USA in 1903. Many branches came after World War I.< Less
The Callenders From Barbados to America and In Between 6th Edition in color By Stephen Callender
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This updated edition contains the complete family tree of the Callender Family from Scotland that went to Barbados in the 1630s. The first Callender from Barbados came to New York in 1903. After... More > World War I many other branches later came to America and Canada. This book contains many family pictures, charts and stories with more than 30 years of research.< Less
The Callenders From Barbados to America and In Between 6th Edition By Stephen Callender
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This soft cover 6th edition is in Black & White. The book makes the connection with the Callender Family that came from Scotland, went to Barbados and later came to America. This book shows the... More > connection of the first Callender (Callander) from 1138 to Barbados in the 1630s. Some family branches went to other Caribbean countries and also came to America after World War I. The first Callender from Barbados came to New York in 1903. This book includes many stories that occurred during the writing of this book, after more than 30 years of family research.< Less

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