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Brown, Murray & Sanders Families By Mallie Brown
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Family tree information and articles of William David Brown, Thomas Henderson Murray and Elias and their descendants.
Brown, Murray & Sanders Families By Mallie Brown
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Family tree information and articles of William David Brown, Thomas Henderson Murray and Elias and their descendants.
O'Brien - Peterek - Murray - Moore Family History By Len Niessen
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A Family History of the O'Brien, Peterek, Murray and Moore families that settled in Chicago during the 19th Century
O'Brien - Peterek - Murray - Moore Family History By Len Niessen
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A Family History of the O'Brien, Peterek, Murray and Moore families that settled in Chicago during the 19th Century
A Tale of Two Brothers: The Story of William Henry Travis and Murray Alberton Travis By Robert D. Travis
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Traces the lives of two brothers from the last half of the 19th Century to the middle of the 20th Century and from Alberta, Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast. An extraordinary story of two men who... More > sought to make a difference in their world. Includes a additional chapter on the Kermott family connection.< Less
A Tale of Two Brothers: The Story of William Henry Travis and Murray Alberton Travis By Robert D. Travis
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Traces the lives of two brothers from the last half of the 19th Century to the middle of the 20th Century and from Alberta, Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast. An extraordinary story of two men who... More > sought to make a difference in their world. Includes a additional chapter on the Kermott family connection.< Less
Chapman, Parker and Wallace: The History of a Family By James B. Newman and Katherine K. Newman
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The descendants, siblings and forebears of Daniel Chapman (1806-1890) and Jane Parker Chapman (1810-1888) including Martha Chapman Kincaid (1843-1913), Edgar Avery Chapman (1848-1922) who married... More > Anna Heilman in 1870, Louise R. Drew Belt (1834-1886), Daniel's father Noah Chapman, Annie Tabor Chapman (?-1814), Abram Chapman (1805-1844), Susan Chapman Retter Barross (1809-?), Elias Chapman (1811?-1889), Tille Parker (1770-1815?), Miriam Wallace Parker Murray (1786?-1865), Joel Parker (1799-1873) and Lucius Hubbard Parker (1807-1872). Most originated in western New York. Daniel Chapman was a Congregational minister in Illinois; his autobiography and letters are included.< Less
A Poem of Poverty By Edward A Murray
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“My mother had stitched sheets of newspaper - the Daily Worker - the newspaper of the proletariat - between old sheets to serve as a blanket for my bed. To move or turn over in bed brought a... More > rustle of newsprint that was a poem of poverty.” This is not the story of an establishment figure, one of the "good and the great", but of a child growing up in a working class family during the Great Depression. Edward was one of the common people, the makers of history whose extraordinary stories are all too often untold. Here he puts the story of his formative years on record, and the result is an enlightening and fascinating read.< Less
Ingrahaven - A Hundred Years (paperback) By Ingram-Little-Davis Family
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Ingrahaven - A Hundred Years explores the history of the house named Ingrahaven in Wadesboro, North Carolina, built and owned by members of the Ingram-Little-Davis family. The book also recollects... More > some family history as well as provides a look at everyday life for a family in North Carolina from 1912-2012.< Less
Ingrahaven - A Hundred Years (hardcover) By Ingram-Little-Davis Family
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Ingrahaven - A Hundred Years explores the history of the house named Ingrahaven in Wadesboro, North Carolina, built and owned by members of the Ingram-Little-Davis family. The book also recollects... More > some family history as well as provides a look at everyday life for a family in North Carolina from 1912-2012.< Less