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Medic From Milk Creek By William Danner
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A young man comes to Oregon in 1848 and ultimately finds a career as a doctor.
Medic From Milk Creek By William Danner
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A young man comes to Oregon in 1848 and ultimately finds a career as a doctor.
William Coats Before & After Kings Creek South Carolina By Charlotte Coats
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A documented record of the William Coats of Kings Creek Family of 1773 including never before published records. Current research taking this family back to Charles Coats in Frederick County, MD is... More > in the Coats Archive Vol 2 dvd also available here< Less
William Coats Before & After Kings Creek South Carolina By Charlotte Coats
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A documented record of the William Coats of Kings Creek Family of 1773 including never before published records. Current research taking this family back to Charles Coats in Frederick County, MD is... More > in the Coats Archive Vol 2 dvd also available here< Less
Primal Families of the Yellow Creek Valley By William Nesbitt
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Geneology of the first families to settle Dickson and surrounding counties in Tennessee.
Primal Families of the Yellow Creek Valley By William Nesbitt
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This is a must have book for anyone interested in geneology. This book contains over 300 surnames from middle tennessee. Trace your families history from the day they arrived in this country!
Primal Families of the Yellow Creek Valley By William Nesbitt
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This is a must have book for anyone interested in geneology. This book contains over 300 surnames from middle tennessee. Trace your families history from the day they arrived in this country!
Estelle "Long Creek" By Ruby Marie
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Estelle Williams was born on an ordinary, uneventful cold day in February 1949, in Wilkes County Georgia, the second of three, the second daughter, not the son her father had wished for. She was the... More > first of her family to be born in the local hospital, her sister had been born at home. Her mother had left home right before Estelle started first grade, and left her, her sister and little brother with their father. No one knew where she went. Estelle was a very shy girl, unnoticed, her summers were spent working in the fields and swimming in Long Creek, but everything changed in summer of 1963. It was mid-July when Estelle had her father drop her off at her friend's house on his way to the local beer joint. Alice lived a few miles down the road. They were talking about boys and school when they heard a car racing down the dirt driveway. Estelle had an uncontrollable urge to peek out the window to see who had pulled up, she had always had a sixth sense about things, and an uneasy feeling had come over her.< Less
The Muddy Creek Ledger of Greene County By Don Corbly
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The Muddy Creek Ledger was an account book maintained by William Seaton at his general merchandise store on the south bank of Muddy Creek in Cumberland Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania, from... More > 1793 to 1796. It recorded his accounting of business that he conducted with the settlers primarily in Cumberland Township, but also in neighboring Greene Township to the south and Jefferson Township to the north. It was rescued from destruction by Howard Leckey, the historian of the Ten Mile Country including Greene County, in I 936 and archived for today’s historians. The 168 ledger pages have been computer-enhanced for easier readability in this book. It contains a detailed index for the genealogically-minded reader< Less
Murders And Mayhem At Salt Creek: The True Secrets By Dawn Joy Ralfe
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Many articles have been written about the notorious murderer Malachi Martin, but over time, like Chinese whispers, the story has veered from the truth. Using references and newspapers of the day, I... More > have tried to bring his story closer to the events at isolated Salt Creek, South Australia. This book also briefly covers two other stories. One is of Martin’s neighbour at the Adelaide gaol, Elizabeth Woolcock, the only woman to be executed at the gaol, and the other is the story of a distant non blood relative of Martin’s, William Henry Franncis, who also met his fate at the Adelaide gaol.< Less