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Martinez Family Lineage By Guadalupe Martinez Aguiniga de Arreola
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This is the family lineage of the Martinez Brothers, Atilano, Ramon and Miguel from the town of Ziquitaro, Michoacan Mexico. This lists seven generations. Included are family names, town map, and... More > old family photos.< Less
Lineage 2 By Robin Cowpertwait
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A hard hitting, yet ultimately uplifting, exploration of family life and illness. A collection that pulls no punches but also has lightness and humour along the way.
Lineage 2 By Robin Cowpertwait
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A hard hitting, yet ultimately uplifting, exploration of family life and illness. A collection that pulls no punches but also has lightness and humour along the way.
Mühlberg History & Lineage By Tim Muehlberg
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This third edition of the Mühlberg Family History comprehensively captures the history of a unique South Australian Germanic Family. Prior to the migration of Carl Julius Mühlberg in 1862,... More > this edition follows the Prussian threads of this genealogy in the region of Saxony to late 17th century. Throughout this work, the parallel history of the political environment in which the family lived illuminates what were direct influences through these years. Supporting illustrations, photography and personal contributions of descendants make this work a fascinating read. Additionally, this book should be explored by those with an interest in following lineages: Anders, Banks, Blume, Bormann, Braunsdorf, Dohse, Ehrlich, Farneham, Fichtner, Gericke, Händel, Hettner, Keeble, Liebelt, Mangelsdorf, Münke, Reuter, Richards, Rost, Starke, Ulbricht, Weinert, Wieth and more.< Less
Fox History & Lineage By Tim Muehlberg
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This second edition of the Fox Family History comprehensively captures the history of a South Australian English Family, beginning with Robert Fox who migrated from Orlingbury, Northamptonshire UK to... More > Adelaide in 1836 aboard HMS Buffalo. Prior to the migration of Robert Fox, this edition briefly follows the earlier English threads of this family. Throughout this work, the parallel history of the political environment in which the family lived illuminates what were direct influences through these years. Supporting illustrations, photography and personal contributions of descendants make this work a fascinating read.< Less
Commentary: DNA and Lineage Societies By Dick Eastman
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I published an article about a recent DNA study. The study proves that a widely-believed legend about Indian chief Blue Jacket is just that: a legend with no truth to it. It is but one more example... More > of science improving the accuracy of genealogy studies. However, the repercussions may be huge for many societies. The Mayflower Society, the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Sons of the American Revolution, the First Families of Virginia, the Order of Descent of Ancient Planters, the National Huguenot Society, and the Flagon & Trencher (Descendants of Colonial Tavern Keepers) are but a few of the societies that limit membership to those who can prove descent from a person involved in a particular event or time period in history.< Less
Faircloth Family Genealogy: Edward Farecloth Lineage By J. Christy Faircloth Judah
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This comprehensive genealogy includes Kinship Reports, Descendents listing, Pedigree charts, blank pedigree charts, Last Wills and Testaments, Births, Deaths, marriages, children, military service,... More > cemetery records, census records, and court actions. It contains many photographs of current and past Faircloth’s and lists hundreds of individual. The Edward line begins in the 1600s with even earlier Faircloth ancestors originating in England listed and described. This is 25-years worth of research about the Faircloth family by a Faircloth. A must have for any serious Faircloth descendent.< Less
Faircloth Family Genealogy: Edward Farecloth Lineage By J. Christy Faircloth Judah
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This comprehensive genealogy includes Kinship Reports, Descendents listing, Pedigree charts, blank pedigree charts, Last Wills and Testaments, Births, Deaths, marriages, children, military service,... More > cemetery records, census records, and court actions. It contains many photographs of current and past Faircloth’s and lists hundreds of individual. The Edward line begins in the 1600s with even earlier Faircloth ancestors originating in England listed and described. This is 25-years worth of research about the Faircloth family by a Faircloth. A must have for any serious Faircloth descendent.< Less
THE GENERATIONS AND LINEAGES OF THE UMUOKWARA CLAN OF AMANASAA, UMUCHU By Benedict Nnolim
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This book outlines the generations, lineages and family linkages of the members of the Umuokwara clan of Amanasaa (seven houses), Umuchu in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State of Nigeria,... More > from the 14th century, A.D. to date. The Umuokwara clan is one of the four clans (the others are Ezeemere, Akpadoro and Anokwasa) of one (Umeiro or Umuvuiro) of the four villages (houses) of Amanasaa, known as Imenano (four pregnancies). The other three pregnancies are Umeogu (Umuvuogu), Ojogwo (Umuojogwo) and Ojum (Umuojum). Three villages, Ogu, Osete and Amihe make up the seven houses. Unlike many books on African family trees, in which only the male descendants are reported, this book lists every member of the clan, male or female, as well as their wives, husbands and children.< Less
THE GENERATIONS AND LINEAGES OF THE UMUOKWARA CLAN OF AMANASAA, UMUCHU By Benedict Nnolim
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This book outlines the generations, lineages and family linkages of the members of the Umuokwara clan of Amanasaa (seven houses), Umuchu in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State of Nigeria,... More > from the 14th century, A.D. to date. The Umuokwara clan is one of the four clans (the others are Ezeemere, Akpadoro and Anokwasa) of one (Umeiro or Umuvuiro) of the four villages (houses) of Amanasaa, known as Imenano (four pregnancies). The other three pregnancies are Umeogu (Umuvuogu), Ojogwo (Umuojogwo) and Ojum (Umuojum). Three villages, Ogu, Osete and Amihe make up the seven houses. Unlike many books on African family trees, in which only the male descendants are reported, this book lists every member of the clan, male or female, as well as their wives, husbands and children.< Less