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The Descendants of John Reese and Elizabeth Thomas, 1778 By Jerry Rees
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This book is intended for the family to trace Rees (Reese) Clan of Ohio. We know the name Rees comes from Carmarthenshire, Wales. This edition traces the Rees’s of Ohio to John Reese, born in... More > Wales in 1778 and migrated to the US circa 1802, and Elizabeth Thomas, born 1779, Wales. Once in America, the family migrated from New York, to Albany and Utica. They finally settled in Central Ohio, where descendants of John Reese and Elizabeth Thomas still reside today.< Less
The Thomas Oliver Kent Family: From Cornwall to America By Karen Bernard
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Karen Kent Bernard is the great granddaughter of Thomas Oliver Kent. She has long known that her Kent ancestors came from Cornwall. She set out to learn more about their origins. This took her on a... More > 10-year journey, including travel to the home in England from which Kent immigrated to America. She found herself on an interesting path of discovery about Cornwall's history and how its people lived, as well as the history of her family. The story begins with a description of the area in Cornwall where her ancestors lived and worked, and ends in California where many of Thomas Oliver Kent's descendants settled.< Less
Thomas Hardy Classics: Far from the Madding Crowd By Thomas Hardy
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Gabriel Oak is a young shepherd. With the savings of a frugal life, and a loan, he has leased and stocked a sheep-farm. He falls in love with a newcomer eight years his junior, Bathsheba Everdene, a... More > proud beauty who arrives to live with her aunt, Mrs. Hurst. She comes to like him well enough, and even saves his life once, but when he makes her an unadorned offer of marriage, she refuses; she values her independence too much and him too little. Gabriel's blunt protestations only serve to drive her to haughtiness. After a few months, she moves to Weatherbury, a village some miles off. When next they meet, their circumstances have changed drastically. An inexperienced new sheep dog drives Gabriel's flock over a cliff, ruining him. After selling off everything of value, he manages to settle all his debts, but emerges penniless. He seeks employment at a work fair in the town of Casterbridge (a fictionalised version of Dorchester).< Less
The Descendants of Governor Thomas Welles of Connecticut and his Wife Alice Tomes, Volume 2, Part B By Barbara Jean Mathews
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Gov. Thomas Welles came to New England in 1635, settling in Hartford in 1636 and moving to Wethersfield in 1646. The Welles Family Association presents in Volume 2 the fifth-generation descendants of... More > Gov. Thomas Welles and his first wife, Alice Tomes. The genealogy includes descendants in both the male and female lines. Part B covers those descended from Thomas Welles, Samuel Welles, and Sarah (Welles) Chester. This generation fought in the French & Indian and Revolutionary Wars. It included farmers, generals, judges, government leaders, college presidents, silversmiths, housewives, poets, ministers, deacons, and medical doctors. Family names include Baldwin, Bostwick, Chester, Curtis(s), Clarke, Hawley, Judson, Lewis, Nichols, Shelton, Walker, Welles, and Wells. From Hartford, Wethersfield, Milford, Farmington, and Stratford, families spread to new towns in the Connecticut Hills, and to Massachusetts and upstate New York.< Less
The Descendants of Governor Thomas Welles of Connecticut and his Wife Alice Tomes, Volume 1, 3rd Edition By Barbara Jean Mathews
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Gov. Thomas Welles came to New England in 1635, settling in Hartford in 1636 and moving to Wethersfield in 1646. An entailed property case involving the sale of land in Old England connects both Gov.... More > Thomas Welles and his wife Alice (Tomes) Welles unequivocally to their origins and families in England. Volume 1 covers the Welles and Tomes ancestries in England and the first four generations to live in New England. The third edition shares newly discovered information on the couple’s marriage in England. Welles and his descendants played parts in two wars with Native American tribes, received a new colonial charter in 1662 from King Charles II and then protected it from an English governor in 1682, engaged in lively trade with England and the Caribbean, and fought in the French and Indian War. A few participated in the Revolutionary War. Among the surnames included here are Wells, Welles, Clark, Thompson, Hawkins, Chester, Botsford, Gridley, Hart, Hawley, Tomlinson, Nichols, Judson, Shelton and Curtiss.< Less
The Descendants of Governor Thomas Welles of Connecticut and his Wife Alice Tomes, Volume 2, Part A By Barbara Jean Mathews
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Gov. Thomas Welles came to New England in 1635, settling in Hartford in 1636 and moving to Wethersfield in 1646. The Welles Family Association presents in Volume 2 the fifth-generation descendants of... More > Gov. Thomas Welles and his first wife, Alice Tomes. The genealogy includes descendants in both the male and female lines. Part A covers those descended from Mary (Welles) Baldwin, Ann (Welles) (Thompson) Hawkins, and John Welles. The fifth generation fought in the French & Indian and Revolutionary Wars. It included farmers, generals, judges, government leaders, college presidents, silversmiths, housewives, poets, ministers, deacons, and medical doctors. Family names include Baldwin, Bostwick, Chester, Curtis(s), Clarke, Hawkins, Judson, Lewis, Nichols, Shelton, Walker, Welles, and Wells. From Hartford, Wethersfield, Milford, Farmington, and Stratford, families spread to new towns in the Connecticut Hills, and to Massachusetts and upstate New York.< Less
With Poetry in Mind By Benny Thomas
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Poetry for me getting words out/on command/or at play.... It is my pet dog/house trained /to my service/ at all time. Come, settle down and relax / my world in words and pictures Is on hand to help... More > you< Less
New Country Style in India By Emma Thomas
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This book is about my new country INDIA. The way I came across the beauty of Kerala and The Nilgiris inspired me to make a coffee-table book. My native country is The Netherlands. Now I have settled... More > down in The Nilgiris. The style I show of India is different than what is commonly shown.< Less
Finding Gay Love in a Foreign Land – Part 4. The Eurasian Boy’s Story: Love in Manila By Mack Thomas
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Over 18’s – Lust and Love in the Philippines - A young cute Eurasian boy is told to settle down by his mother and decides to look round the Chinese quarters for his ideal soul mate, bed... More > mate and life partner. Yours Free: As a ‘thank you’ for showing interest in this eBook please accept a FREE BONUS eBook which is waiting for you at: WWW.FREEGAYBOOKS.COM Love Twinks, Studs and Foreign Lovers? Some useful sites you might want to check out: www.SizeUpSafely.com , www.ManPrimed.com www.boostYourLoad.com www.FreeManDates.com< Less
Caribbee By Thomas Hoover
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AUTHOR'S NOTE By the middle of the seventeenth century, almost a hundred thousand English men and women had settled in the New World. We sometimes forget that the largest colony across the Atlantic... More > in those early years was not in Virginia, not in New England, but on the small eastern islands of the Caribbean, called the Caribbees. Early existence in the Caribbean was brutal, and at first these immigrants struggled merely to survive. Then, through an act of international espionage, they stole a secret industrial process from the Catholic countries that gave them the key to unimagined wealth. The scheme these pious Puritans used to realize their earthly fortune required that they also install a special new attitude: only certain peoples may claim full humanity. Their profits bequeathed a mortgage to America of untold future costs.< Less