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Snyder-Harbour Ancestry By David Boles
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516 pages. With the additional families of Almot, Amis, Ashton, Ballow, Banister, Bellew, Belson, Binford, Brasseur, Bromley, Burkhart, Cary, Chappell, Clenche, Creeting, Crew, Dameron, Davis,... More > Ellyson, Ferris, Foulshurst, Gatley, Gerard, Hobson, Hough, Jordan, Martz, Milner, Mosby, Nave, Packwood, Parker, Pleasants, Putrasse, Ripley, Savage, Smith, Snider, Snowe, Spence, Stanley, Taylor, Thomas, Trafford, Wagner, and Woodson. This fully referenced 8-1/2" by 11" work traces descents and near-descents from many interesting characters, including a woman from a family massacred by Indians; a Quaker imprisoned in Williamsburg; a Burgess in the New World's first legislative assembly; a doctor of an English manorial family; a purchaser of some of the first slaves in North America; a William and Mary College founder; a colonial Williamsburg builder; a suspected conspirator in a plot to blow up Parliament; and two alchemists granted a patent by King Henry VI.< Less
More Conversations With Remarkable Women By Sandy Lenthall & Joy Brady
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Joy Brady, a teacher for 31 years and Sandy Lenthall, former teacher, social worker who now does Oral Histories for Williamsburg residents interviewed women, mostly over 60 years of age, who had been... More > recommended as being "remarkable." The stories of these Williamsburg, Virginia women are told in first person. With the enrichment of black and shite photographs done by Cary Oliva and Dr. Ellen Rudolph, the real life stories give inspiration to the young, affirmation to all women and celebrate their particular accomplishments. They also represnet women everywhere in this era. A 2003 edition, a tribute to Joy Brady, who died on February 10, 2006 the women Joy and Sandy had interviewed for their second book and a group of remarkable women, Le Cercle Charmant complete the edition. The object was to preserve the lives of this generation whose experiences have much to teach . You will be fascinated, humbled, exhilerated and uplifted by their lives, which not only teach and inform but also entertain us.< Less
MAJESTIC IMPOSTER at Virginia's Colonial Capital By Patrick E. O'Brian
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People of The New World wondered if they were loyal colonists for foreign powers or sovereign inhabitants separated by time and distance from their homelands. The colonies are on the verge of... More > deciding independence from Great Britain. MAJESTIC IMPOSTER at Virginia’s Colonial Capital is a story of twists of fate that makes ordinary people heroes and leaders into villains. When push comes to shove, future Americans will do most anything! Virginia was the Colonial Period's finest colony and Williamsburg was its seat of power.< Less
FREE SPIRITS: New Kent County By Patrick E. O'Brian
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FREE SPIRITS: NEW KENT COUNTY is a collection of stories about skeletons found inside walls, a truly evil man and his poltergeist, a ghostly mother and daughter exacting revenge on their... More > family’s killers, an unearthly hitchhiking dancer, a lost soldier, and much more! New Kent County Virginia is a beautiful sporting and recreation paradise located between Richmond and Colonial Williamsburg.< Less
Christmas at The News and Sentinel: A Christmas Novella By Mysty Westfall
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Francesca Tavenner had it all... She had a dream job as the Arts Editor at The Observer, an apartment in a Pre-war Brownstone in the hip Williamsburg area of Brooklyn and a collection of shoes... More > Imelda Marcos would have been envious of. Everything changed three weeks before Christmas when she learned you really can go home again.< Less
MAJESTIC IMPOSTER at Virginia's Colonial Capital By Patrick E. O'Brian
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People of The New World wondered if they were loyal colonists for foreign powers or sovereign inhabitants separated by time and distance from their homelands. The colonies are on the verge of... More > deciding independence from Great Britain. MAJESTIC IMPOSTER at Virginia’s Colonial Capital is a story of twists of fate that makes ordinary people heroes and leaders into villains. When push comes to shove, future Americans will do most anything! Virginia was the Colonial Period's finest colony and Williamsburg was its seat of power.< Less
FREE SPIRITS: New Kent County By Patrick E. O'Brian
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FREE SPIRITS: NEW KENT COUNTY is a collection of stories about skeletons found inside walls, a truly evil man and his poltergeist, a ghostly mother and daughter exacting revenge on their... More > family’s killers, an unearthly hitchhiking dancer, a lost soldier, and much more! New Kent County Virginia is a beautiful sporting and recreation paradise located between Richmond and Colonial Williamsburg.< Less
Spanish Cross in Georgia By Bishop David Arias
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Bishop Arias describes how the intrepid Spanish missionaries stretched along the coast and displayed an extraordinary dynamism, even reaching Virginia in 1570 and establishing a mission near... More > present-day Williamsburg. However, eight of these heroes of the cross were massacred by native tribes. "Spanish Cross in Georgia" brings up the politics of the time and the rivalry between Spain and England in their quarrel for Georgia. The book finally gives an account on how the titanic effort of hundreds of heroic people were turned into ashes.< Less
Across the Sea By C. Lynn Biccum
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Olivia Stonehouse is the daughter of a wealthy English baron who is obsessed with marrying her off to the highest bidder. Instead of accepting her fate she runs away to Virginia, leaving her life of... More > privilege and entering a world of which she knows nothing. Landing in Williamsburg, she meets Jackson, a Powhatan Indian, and Henry Dorset, a fellow Englishman and lodger in her boardinghouse. Neither man is what he seems and she's not sure who to trust.< Less
sweet oak By janet hagan
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i spent a couple years (2002-2004) at pretty much only 2 bars in williamsburg, the royal oak and sweet ups. both under one owner, the bartenders worked at both bars, the regulars were regulars at... More > both bars and the times were good. during that time i wrote many a poem on many a napkin. some crap, some small gems, i decided to put them together here for me and my friends. cheers.< Less

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