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Many Branches of the Leslie Vanarsdale Abbott & Naomi Benson Family Tree By Christiana "Ann" Abbott Stong
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The history of the Abbott, Benson and Vanarsdale families begins with Dutch ancestors who came to New Amsterdam in 1653 and English ancestors who arrived in Philadelphia. Alexander Abbott was in... More > Delaware County, Pennsylvania, by 1790. Robert Benson arrived as a 13-year-old boy in 1817. This book features profiles of Daniel and Alice Shepley Abbott, John Wesley and Christiana Babbitt Abbott, Richard Abbott, Alexander Abbott, Alonzo and Alice Moyer Benson, William M. and Anna Lemmon Benson, and Robert and Malinda Sampson Benson.< Less
BRIGGS,BRANCH,FOSTER & McGLUMPHY ANCESTORS By S.F Briggs ll
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Detailed genealogical information on the Briggs,Branch,Foster & McGlumphy families from England and Scotland with extensive facts about them since their arrival in America. Joseph Briggs settled... More > mid 1700's on Block Island. Peter Branch arrived at Duxbury,MA in 1638. John Foster came to Salem, MA. in 1640. John McGlumphy was from Northern Ireland even though he was Scotish and settled in Washington County,PA. He arrived in America around 1780< Less
The Lost Branch Frederick Zorger 1817-1893 By Hugh A. Zorger
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Descendants of Frederick Zorger 1817-1893. Eight generations of the Ohio branch of Zorgers from Frederick Zorger to present day. Also included are the ancestors of Catharine Wilhelmina Schneck his... More > spouse.< Less
THE THREE BRANCHES OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT By Joaquim Manuel Andrade
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History Provides Identity. For Perter N. Stearns, and this is unquestionably one of the reasons all modern nations encourage its teaching in some form. Historical data include evidence about how... More > families, groups, institutions and whole countries were formed and about how they have evolved while retaining cohesion. For many Americans, studying the history of one's own family is the most obvious use of history, for it provides facts about genealogy and (at a slightly more complex level) a basis for understanding how the family has interacted with larger historical change. Family identity is established and confirmed. Many institutions, businesses, communities, and social units, such as ethnic groups in the United States, use history for similar identity purposes. Merely defining the group in the present pales against the possibility of forming an identity based on a rich past. And of course nations use identity history as well—and sometimes abuse it.< Less
The Roots, The Tree, The Branches: One Woman's Memories By Ida Berniece Krohn Hearsch
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The history of seven generations of an American immigrant family of English and German descent from the ninteenth century to the present day. Told through the memories and research of Ida Berniece... More > Krohn Hearsch of the fourth generation.< Less
BRIGGS,BRANCH,FOSTER, McGLUMPHY & NICHOLS ANCESTORS By S.F. Briggs ll
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Detailed genealogical information on the Briggs,Branch,Foster & McGlumphy families from England and Scotland with extensive facts about them since their arrival in America. Joseph Briggs settled... More > mid 1700's on Block Island. Peter Branch arrived at Duxbury,MA in 1638. John Foster came to Salem, MA. in 1640. John McGlumphy was from Northern Ireland even though he was Scotish and settled in Washington County,PA. He arrived in America around 1780. Asa Nichols was born in Mass in 1765, The family having come from England. After a brief time in NY they put down roots in Battle Creek,MI. where they were one of the founders of Nichols-Shepard an early manufacturer of farm equipment.< Less
Assassins, The Spartan Branch Part 1: Marines By Cesar Lebron III
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Jake Matthews is an 18 year old kid who wants nothing more than to live up to his father’s reputation and become an Assassin like he was. Well, April 14 2561 is finally his chance to out and do... More > just that. He leaves his home, his family, and his girlfriend, Kim, to go across the planet and start his training as an Assassin. Jake spends his first year as a cadet with training and making friends. His second year is more of an adventure. He goes on missions, and kills things. But this book is focused on his third year. His adventure on what happens at the first day of the Academy. The trials he goes through before in the most intense game of Capture the Flag and his troubles through his first mission of the year, and may be his last.< Less
Kessack Family Our Branches From Generation to Generation: We Live as Long as We are Remembered By Patricia Deach
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This is the third book Robin has written on the subject of the Kessack family. She has gone deeper into the family which includes other branches. To name a few are the... More > Midkiff’s-Calder’s-England’s-Traill-Murdoch-Allan’s-Gedde’s. She hopes to keep them alive in memory for the generations that she will leave behind.< Less
My Mother's Branch:The Lineage and Life of Carrie Viola Reeves and Her Family By Doyle W. Williams
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Doyle Williams has written a family history focusing on his mother, Carrie Viola Reeves, her siblings, Emma, Annie, and Charlie, and her parents, James Morgan Reeves and Sarah Frances Spencer. In... More > this story he describes the turmoil that enveloped James Morgan as a small child in Arkansas during the Civil War and how it took his father's life and the lives of five of his siblings. He follows James Morgan as he moves to Texas with his mother, leaving home at age ten to find his own way, and returning to Arkansas to grow up and marry. When his wife, Elizabeth Wolf, dies leaving him with a large family to rear, he returns to Texas, where he finds a new wife in Sarah Frances Spencer. James Morgan and Sarah move to Oklahoma Territory in the early 1890s, make their lives there and rear their own family. The author follows the children of James Morgan and Sarah as they grow up, marry, and eventually care for their aging parents. This is the story of an American pioneering family.< Less
Remember the Women! Heading up the Branches of our Women's Family Tree, Part 2 By Erica Dakin Voolich
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Born mid-1800s, lived thru wars, depressions, the vote: Mary Alice Smith Dakin, Caroline (Carrie) Matilda Helsten Evans, Mary Louisa Helsten Pomeroy, Alice Copeland Harvey, Martha Elnora (Nora)... More > Worthington Richardson. Nora, lived thru the Chicago Fire, life-long learner became entertaining speaker at the women’s groups. Hired by the WPA to help research and write the Historical Survey of Oak Park — a town she new so well. Four raised on farm or tannery. When her husband died, Mary L ran lumberyard and hardware store on farm. Mary A taught, married postmaster-general store owner, sold the business and moved to a farm. Carrie married entrepreneur contractor, moved to Gt Barrington MA during a building boom and back to care for aging parents. Took over family business of a mill, not tannery. To send children to college, Alice ran boarding house, then moved to Oak Park. They met life’s challenges, nurtured and raised families who met the demands of the 20th century. — see Remember the Women! part 1, (2016)< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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