Monthly Archives: June 2012

Massachusetts added to “Where to Write”

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Another “Review by Mary Sue” Book Reprinted

Today we have added another “Review by Mary Sue” book that she wrote several years ago: “A History of Roane County, Tennessee, 1801-1870”  by Emma Midddleton Wells.  This review has been added to the others which include genealogical information about … Continue reading

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Where Do I Write for Birth, Death, Marriage, and Divorce Records?

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The Jamestown Massacre, 1622

Posted in Allen, Atkins, Bailey, Bames, Barker, Bascough, Basset, Bel, Berkley, Beverley, Bradshawe, Brasington, Bushnel, Charte, Chesapeake Bay, Clements, Collins, Croshaw, David, Davis, Dowler, Ellen, Ember, England, Faulkoner, Fitch, Freeman, Genealogy, Gowsh, Heydon, history, Hobson, Holland, Howard, Howlet, Hunt, Jack of the Feather, Jamestown, Jones, Jordan, Maruel, Mason, Methusalem, Milward, Moore, Morgan, Nemattanow, Oppechancanough, Parker, Peram, Perigo, Perry, Peterson, Pierce, Plat, Pocahontas, Poole, Pots, Redhead, Reeue, Royal, Sawyer, Shatford, Soldan, Stringer, Taylor, Tyler, Virginia, Walker, Waterhowse, Williams, Woodshaw, Xerles, Yeoman | Leave a comment

The Origin of Some American Surnames

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Interpreting the Calendar of a Quaker Family

Posted in Adamson, Barton, calendar, Cemetery, French, Gregorian, Horan, Julian, New Jersey, O'Rourke, Quakers, Rancocas Quaker Burying Ground, Rice, Robertson, Smith, Stokes, Szeliga, Tysinger, Willingboro | Leave a comment

Genealogical Hints Derived from Our Given Names

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Letters from the Past

Posted in Africa, Albritton, Allbritton, Egypt, England, Gloucester, Harvey, Idom, income tax, Jackson, Jackson County, Louisiana, Mallard, Mansell, Martin, McDade, McGee, Mississippi, Pascagoula, Pemberton, Sabine Parish, Self, Shiloh, Stokes, Tatum, Weems, World War II, Wright | Leave a comment

1752: A Change in the Calendar

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First Church Salem: Members, Pastors, & History

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