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Bread n' With It: Searching for My Ancestors By Joan Drexler
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Part genealogy & part mythology, this book contains lots of information about my ancestors. You'll find ancestor & descendant charts as well as stories about my ancestors and their families.... More > Photos are included along with portions of census data, ship passenger lists, newspaper clippings, death certificate information, and more. Surnames include: Biebel, Bressler, Dallmeyer, Drexler, Duerner, Eichenlaub, Frech, Frick, Gintz, Harper, Leech, Light, McCoy, Miller, Penrose, Probst, Shive, Tudor, and Wright among others.< Less
My Family's History Searching for My Ancestors By Miguela De La Cruz
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This book is an introduction to Family History or Genealogy for children. The book is an interaction between the mother and the children on how to work on the family's tree.
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My Family"s History Searching for My Ancestors By Miguela De La Cruz
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This book is an introduction to Genealogy for children, to learn how to research their family’s history. This is a dialog between a mother and her children, on how to create their... More > family’s tree and the steps needed. Also, the book encouraged the children to involved in the process and to help other children to do the same< Less
Ayars & Parmenter Ancestors By Kirk Vredevelt
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This ancestral book is a compilation of 40 years effort to search for my ancestors. It contains hundreds of people that goes back 25 generations.
My Ancestors, My Family & Me By Dave Siddall
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I started the search for my ancestors in 1984, and contained within the pages of this book are the results of my research....and other story's
My Ancestors, My Family & Me By Dave Siddall
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I started the search for my ancestors in 1984, and contained within the pages of this book are the results of my research....and other story's
Rasmus and Karen Hansen - Ancestors and Descendents By Joe H Hansen
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This book revises and adds to the original “Rasmus and Karen Hansen” published in 2004. Errors in the first edition about Karen’s Norway family have been corrected. Research tools... More > now available on the Internet and “Family Search” enabled discovery of Rasmus parents and family dating to the 17th Century. Karen’s family could trace their ancestry to nobility, the first King of Norway, Viking King Harold Fairhair according to information found in the history of Brottum parish. Social and economic conditions in the 18th century motivated immigration. Hans Rasmussen, father of Rasmus worked in near serfdom on one farm his entire life. In Norway Hans Engebretsen, Karen’s father, moved from farm to farm. Lack of opportunity to acquire farm land was true in both Denmark and Norway. Denmark’s rigid social classes prevented upward mobility.< Less
A Time and Place in History By Black Genealogy Search Group Writers Group
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This book is a compilation of short stories and articles written by sixteen genealogy buffs and amateur writers. Only minimum editing was done in order to preserve the personal writing styles, the... More > voice of the author, and the author's memories.< Less
The Search for Edward Lewis By Glenn Martin
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William Martin runs the Archer & Martin Family History Detective Agency, with his assistant Rachel. They are dedicated to finding the missing pieces in the histories of families. But the case of... More > Edward Lewis is personal – it is his own great great grandfather. And it is not proving to be a rational or predictable case. If it were, Edward would not be turning up in the present. Edward was transported from London to Hobart Town in 1845 as a 13-year-old pickpocket. Four years later, Sarah Crosby, an Irish lass escaping from the potato famine, committed a crime in London and was also transported to Hobart. They married, and Edward became a policeman and detective in New South Wales. Then, at some point, Edward disappeared. The question is, did he really die? Glenn Martin’s story of his ancestors plants their stake in Australia’s past while pushing the door open to mystery. The answer that he suggests is compelling.< Less

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