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The Shanklins of Montgomery County Indiana By Rick Vanderwielen, Merle L. Shanklin, Larry Shanklin
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The Family History and Migration of the Shanklin Family from Ireland, thru Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky and on to Indiana.
Callahams from Pendleton County, South Carolina By Robert Z. Callaham
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Herein is a story of nine generations of Callahams beginning in Old 96 District, later Pendleton Co. SC. John and Mary (Stinson?) Callaham produced seven or eight children in Pendleton Co. Their... More > John Jr. and Elizabeth (Dobbins) migrated to Jennings Co., IN. Later John & Eliz. migrated again to Cass Co, IN. Elizabeth gave birth to 11 children in IN. Seven remained nearby in Cass and Fulton Counties. Four children migrated. Lucinda ended in Ohio. Their two youngest sons—Alexander Washington and Andrew Morton—settled in Topeka, KS. Robert Crowe, while farming in Kansas, enlisted in the Civil War. He and his wife Jane (Thompson) produced seven sons. Chapters tell about those sons. Three sons migrated West. William Robert to WA. James Pressley & Charlie Independence to CA. Author's genealogical research into his lineage and lineages of Other Callahams in SC and VA is in appendices.< Less
The Painter Family Record By Diane Michael Brown
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This is a reprint of the Painter Family genealogy book, ‘The Painter Family Record’ by B. H. Painter, M. D. of Middletown, Indiana and L. H. Painter, M. D. of Cowan, Indiana, published in... More > 1904 by C.B. Unger, Printer, Eaton, Ohio. This book provides background on the German origin of the Painter Family and traces the genealogy of Christian Painter through his gr-grandchildren. Christian’s story begins in Rockingham County, VA and continues to the family migration to Henry and Delaware Counties in Indiana. Even today in 2009, locals will recognize many of the surnames in this little book, as descendants of these early settlers remain there today. The Painter Cemetery is located just east of Middletown, Henry County, Indiana and is currently going through restoration.< Less
Lyke Wandering Sheepe By L. L. L. Murdock
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This is the story of growing up in a southern Indiana coal town, Linton, Indiana. It tells of life in a small town whose existence owes to the coal beds that gave the town its existence. Characters... More > and events of the 1940's and '50's are described, as seen through the eyes of a youth growing up there. The book sketches the author's family and neighbors and the Scottish family that migrated to America in the late 1880's and made it all possible.< 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 (link at upper right). 102 numbered pages.< Less
Their Paths Prepared Our Way By Bruce Wilson
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This is a genealogy work focused on the history of ancestors and members of the Broy, Fisher, Oliver, Taylor, Underwood and Wilson surnames. Over 640 pages with more than 450 figures and photographs... More > document the lives and times of explorers, settlers and patriots of several families. They arrived in North America before 1700 and began carving out a future for themselves and their descendants. Their first known location in the Colonies was Virginia. Their migration westward took them to North Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois and beyond. Their lives were filled with challenges and just as surely with joys. This extensive work touches upon many who went before us and gives a glimpse of the paths they blazed. Individuals are listed in a 22 page index. While researching the ancestral roots of these families, seemingly countless names of descendants were encountered. Some family names died out, while descendants of other family names multiplied and survive yet today.< Less

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