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The Rattan Family: Pioneers in America By J. Michael McKeever
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History and genealogy of the Rattan family, beginning in the 1720s. Author J. Michael McKeever shares the results of his thirty-seven years of research to discover the lost story of his family. The... More > patriarch of the family, Richard Rattan (ca. 1700), married Hepzibah Biddle in Charleston, South Carolina in 1721. This book follows the Rattans into backcounty South Carolina, through the Revolutionary War, and eventually through the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky where they remained until 1804. At that time the family split with some moving to Tennessee and some to Illinois. In Illinois they established new farms, built a tavern, a hotel, a courthouse, an important bridge, and a church. Beginning in 1835 most of the family moved to Texas where they established new farms, and some became Texas Rangers. Some lost their lives in battle with Indians. The book contains a family tree with over 1000 descendants of Richard Rattan. It also has a complete index, including all members in the family tree.< Less
Colonial Quest: Colonial Families By Verna Fisher
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Illustrated by Andy Christensen. Compare Life Today to Life in Colonial Times What was family life like in Colonial America? Did family life vary from one area of the country to another? How did life... More > in a colonial family compare to that of the Native Americans of the time? Did colonial children go to school? Find out the answers to these questions and more.< Less
The Wilder Family History By Donna Leach
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The true life story of Lee Ander Wilder and his family as told by his children. The family's journey began in Arkansas at around 1899 when they traveled by covered wagon to Texas and then on to the... More > Indian Territory (Oklahoma)where they stayed until 1913, and then came on to California by train. Lee Ander was a multi-talented individual, gifted musically both with a lovely singing voice and the gift to play most any instrument that he picked up. He was a law abiding man, in fact, he was in charge of closing down illegal moon-shine stills while in Arkansas and he was the peace-maker around Choska in the Indian Territory prior to Oklahoma joining the States. His wife, Elizabeth Fancher Ramsey, was a devout Christian and quite the marksman with her rifle. Together they raised 9 children. This book contains the memoirs from three of those children which weaves together the true story of their lives in an entertaining, humorous, and memorable fashion.< Less
OGLE, A Genealogy and Family History By Ron Flynn
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A genealogy and illustrated family history of the OGLE family, beginning with the first known OGLE in 1055 A.D. England around the time of William The Conqueror. The book follows about 600 years of... More > OGLE genealogy and family history in England, until the first OGLE came to America in 1664. It follows the movements of the OGLE families throughout the Mid-Atlantic States through Indian conflicts, The French and Indian War, and our Revolutionary War. The OGLE families then migrated West to Ohio, Indiana, and eventually Iowa. This book is loaded with pictures and maps. There are chapters and sections on: the Village of Ogle, Ogle Castle, the origins of the OGLE name, and OGLE crests and coats of arms. Full table of contents can be viewed at www.ronflynn.com (link at upper right). 102 numbered pages.< Less
SOGGS FAMILY HISTORY By Betty Rhodes
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Genealogy book for the Soggs Family and their connecting families. Featured are the descendants of a Wampanoag Indian couple, John & Rebekah Sog of Dartmouth, Massachusetts. Family history,... More > genealogy outlines, photos, and other stories. Connecting families are: Dexter, Luce, Hoskins, Moon, Damon, Durkee, and others. There will be a choice of two covers - the one you see on this page relates mainly to the descendants of Ananias & Mariah Durkee Soggs. The 2nd version will have a different cover featuring Wampanoag & Dartmouth images. To view the other cover, go to: http://the-red-thread.net/soggs-cover.html< Less
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Clinkenbeard Family Tree, Volume 2 By Jeffery Clinkenbeard
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This is a book containing 25 generations of the Clinkenbeard family tree starting with Tom Leroy Clinkenbeard. You will read about early settlers that had to fight off Indian raids, settlers that... More > came from all around the world and even settlers to Jamestown. Ancestors that were actually on the Mayflower, some made it to America and other died during the long journey by boat. Real Stories and real people trying to survive in an environment that seemed to take as much as it gave. go back in time and see what our ancestors had to do so that you could be here right now today. Keep their memories alive as you read each story and in some cases you will actually see a picture that has been passed down through a family bible. After writing several books, this series is without a doubt the most interesting and real.< Less
Clinkenbeard Family Tree, Volume 3 By jeffery Clinkenbeard
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It is my pleasure to bring you the information that has been handed down to me by my father. I used this information and spent the last eight years to put together a fair account of our family tree.... More > On the Clinkenbeard side I had my father’s help and on the Andersons side I had my uncles’ help so together we had a good beginning, we used other sites and books to gather more information that has a direct link to our families. I have to say thank you to my Great Aunt Doris Jean Clinkenbeard (Brown) who gave my father books, pictures and notes on our family as well. I have over 17,000 names of our relatives but due to space I am only able to put so much information in each book therefore I will put together several volumes on our families so that you will get a good idea as to who your ancestors are. Kings, Queens, Presidents, Patriots and so much more. Read their personal stories, locations, hardships etc.< Less
The Family of Michael and Sarah Elmerick Haas By Jeanne Gutschenritter
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Michael and Sarah (Dorothy) Elmerick Haas came to the United States from Germany in the 1830s. Travelling through Ohio, they finally settled in Liberty Township, White County, Indiana. This is the... More > genealogical story of Michael and Sarah and their descendants who were among the first settlers of Northern Indiana.< Less
Favorite Recipes by our Mom: A Collection of Sethi Family Favorites By Neelam Sethi
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