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The Flynns of Winnetka, Illinois By Ron Flynn
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This book is a genealogy and illustrated family history of the Flynn Family from Winnetka, Illinois. It begins with the first Flynn to come to Winnetka, and covers all their Flynn ancestors,... More > including related families, to date. The book contains many stories, short biographies, and numerous photos and illustrations. The 70 page 1999 1st edition of this book contained only 20 photos and illustrations. This edition has 120 pages and over 70 photos and illustrations. The complete table of contents can be seen at www.ronflynn.com (link at upper right).< Less
The Fredsbo Family From Denmark By Ron Flynn
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This book is a genealogy and family history of my mother’s (Lilly Fredsbo Flynn) family from 1750 to date. The FREDSBO surname is quite rare, with less than 30 people living in Denmark with... More > that name today, and less than 10 in the United States. Denmark used the patronymic naming system until the late 1800s. Therefore, FREDSBO ancestors, prior to that time, did not have the FREDSBO surname. The Danish patronymic naming system is explained and illustrated. Maps show where the FREDSBOs came from, and the origin and meaning of the FREDSBO name are explained. Included is the Danish census for the residents of FREDEBOE Farm from 1787-1901. This book has grown from a mere 8 pages, as part of my 1999 FLYNN book, to 60 pages in this Edition. There are newly discovered photos of Emily Fredsbo and her 3 children taken in Denmark and the US prior to 1926. Lastly, Niels Fredsbo is finally found and his disappearance is explained. The full Table of Contents can be viewed at www.ronflynn.com (link at upper right).< Less
Three Sisters From Sioux City, Iowa By Ron Flynn
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In the early 1890s, three sisters, Matilda, Irma and Bertha Croux came to Sioux City, Iowa, along with their parents, Francois Croux and Suzanna Réard Croux. Matilda married Frank... More > Roddewig/Rodwig, and the Roddewig/Rodwig genealogy and family history, from the 1700s to date, is in this book. Irma Croux married Theodore Flynn, and the Theodore Flynn family’s genealogy and family history is included from my Flynns of Winnetka, Illinois, book. Bertha Croux married John Mann, and the Mann genealogy is included. Also, the genealogy and family history of the Croux and Réard families, from late 1600s Luxembourg, is included. This 3rd edition has increased im size to 132 pages, with over 80 photos and illustrations. The Table of Contents can be seen at www.ronflynn.com (link at upper right).< Less
HOXIE, A Genealogy and Family History By Ron Flynn
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In 1650, a young teenage boy arrived at the Town of Sandwich, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts on a boat that had sailed from England. When he got off the boat, the Port Master asked his name. In a... More > thick accent the boy said “Hawk-sie”. It was written down as “Hoxie”. That was the beginning of the HOXIE nmae, and from that boy everyone in the World with the Hoxie name, and all its derivative spellings, is descended. To this date, no one has found the exact origin of that boy or his name. There is a chapter on the suspected origins of the Hoxie name, and where the HOXIEs are living today. This book chronicles the genealogies of the various HOXIE families through the generations and their moves from Massachusetts to: Rhode Island, New York, and eventually to Iowa. The family histories include many maps and photos. The Table of Contents for this book can be found at www.ronflynn.com (link at upper right). 82 numbered pages.< 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