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Newsletter Subtitle: SOME OF MARYLAND, VERMONT, NEW HAMPSHIRE AND VIRGINIA!
Month Day, Year: JUNE 18, 2010
Now to the books: First: Continued from Tuesday! and finished today!!
MD - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69: BOOK 1: THE ARK AND THE DOVE. By the Society of the Ark and the Dove. Edited by George Ely Russell & Donna Valley Russell. Published by Genealogical Publishing Company. ©2005, 284 pages, 6" by 9", hardback. A detailed Portrait of George Calvert, First Lord Baltimore, by Daniel Mytens, the elder, begins the book. An interesting exterior drawing of the ship The Ark of Maryland, also known as the Ark of London, a 358-ton ship. [The Dove, a 26-ton ship, was to accompany the much larger Ark and is not in the picture.] comes from a painting by Peter Egli, now on display at the Historic St. Mary's City Visitors'Center. Also there is a two-page spread of the Ark of Maryland, painted by Peter Egli, also on display in the same place. This is a cutaway view and 47 items are identified and numbered to match their locations inside the ship which is also so numbered. This is mainly the story of a group of Catholics made very uncomfortable by the Queen's Church of England, whose trip to the New World was literally a lifesaver. Should you find surnames of interest in this list, a study of the six-page Foreword would be of much help in understanding this move. Most of these are very early immigrants into Maryland in 1633-1634, but some of them will be up-to-fifth-generation-descendants of those very early immigrants. I can get more of these from the publisher, so I will accept all the orders you might want to call in.
Part One covers Sir George Calvert's Family (10 pages and 90 descendants are listed with information, births, marriages, deaths, and progeny when known.
Part Two covers biographical accounts of families, down to the fifth generation of the passengers known to have had families. In this group are: James Baldridge, Major Thomas Baldridge, Anam Benum, John Briscoe, William Brown, Leonard Calvert, Thomas Cornwallis, Ann Cox, William Edwin, Cuthbert Fenwick, Captain Henry Fleete, Richard Gerard, Richard Gilbert, Thomas Greene, John Hallowes, Nicholas Harvey, Richard Lowe, John Neville, Richard Nevitt, John Price, Robert Smith, Ann Smithson, Robert Vaughn and Robert Wiseman.
Part Three covers what is known of other arrivals. This section contains biographies of the 1633-1634 passengers of the Ark and the Dove who are not yet known to have had descendants, but documentation for their being in the colony does exist. Further research needs to be done. The entire book has been indexed and this extract includes any surname with two (,) or more (#) first names: Abell 4, Adams, Adderton 4, Alder, Allen 12, Alvey 14, Anderson 9, Arundell 4, Asbeston 10, Ashcom/b 15, Ashford, Ashmore, Attaway, Aynesworth, Bail(e)y 3, Baker 6, Baldridge 10, Baldwin 7, Ball 3, [Lord] Baltimore (many references to the title bestowed on several men.), Barnecoe, Barnes 30, Bateman, Bayne/s 8, Baynham 5, Beacham 3, Beale, Beall 4, Bean(e)s 3, Beck 5, Beckwith 24, Bell 4, Benham, Benum 2, Berryman, Bevan 3, Biscoe 5, Blakiston, Blunt 7, Boarman 27, Bobo, Bond, Booth, Boswell, Bowling, Bradford 5, Bradley 3, Brainthwaite 4, Brawner, Brent 23, Brerewood 4, Briscoe 72, Brome 5, Brook(e/s) 52, Brown/e or Broune 22, Browning 3, B (i/u) rch 6, Burden 3, Burn/e 5, Burris, Burrough (e) s 3, Burton 3, Bushell 3, Bussey, Butler 14, Calvert 76, Carn(e/o)ll/ Carnock, Carradine, Carroll, Carter 9, Carvill 8, Chambers, Charleton, Chesson, Childs, Chilton 11, Christian 4, Christopher, Chunn 5, Claget 5, Clark/e 20, Clayland 5, Cleaver, Clement/s 28, Cole 8, Coleman, Collard, Collins, Combs 27, Comegys 8, Compton 22, Conn(e/o)r 3, Conway, Cook/e 4, Coomes, Cooper .9, Corbell 9, Cornwallis 5, Coursey 3, Courtney 3, Cox/e 30, Crewe, Croskery, Crupper, Culver, Currell 20, Custis, Dade, Dafft, Dant 5, Dare 4, Darnall 5, Darrell, Davidson, Davis 22, Davison, Dawkins 18, Dawson 3, Deacon, Deakins 6, Deatherage, De Courtney 3, De Hinojosa/De Heniosia, Demondidier, Denny 4, Dent 5, Digg (e) s 10, Dillon, Dockery, Dod/d, Douglas, Downes 5, Downie 3, Downing 3, Doyne 8, Dudley 5, Duke 12, Dulaney, Dunn, Dyer 8, Eaton 3, Edelen 14, Eden 6, Edmonds, Edwards 4, Edwin 11, Egerton 7, Elbert, Elder, Eliot, Elliot/t 8, Ellison 3, Eltonhead, Em(e/o)ry 39, Ennalls, Eskridge, Evans 4, Fairbrother, Fairfax, Fallin 12, Farr, Fenwick 73, Fleet/e 28, Floyd, Ford 16, Forrest, Foster, Foy, Fraz (i) er 5, Frisby, Gadd, Gale 5, Gant/t 3, Ganyott 5, Gardiner/Gardner 19, Garner, Garnett 3, Ger( r) ard15, Gibbons, Gilbert 6, Gill 3, Godman, Goldsmith 4, Goodrick, Gough 5, Graham 4, Graves 3, Gray 16, Greaves, Green/e 88, Greenfield 4, Greenwell/Greenall 37, Griffith 4, Gutteridge, G(uy/wy)ther 7, Hagan 15, Ha(i)les 4, Halfhead 5, Hall 11, Hallow(e)s/Hollis 4, Hamilton 5, Hammond, Handy, Hansby, Hanson 9, Harford 4, Harris 10, Harrison 4, Harvey 9, Hatton 15, Hawkins 10, Hawley 10, Haynes 3, Haynie, Heaberd, Head 12, Heard 9, Hebb 4, Hellen 7, Hemsley 3, Herbert 15, Heywood, Higgins 3, Hill 6, Hinton 12, Hobson 11, Hodges 23, Holland, Holmes, Hooper, Hope, Hopewell 4, Horner, Hoskins 7, Howard 12, Howe, Howson 5, Hoy/e 4, Hunton 2, Huet/t. Hussey, Hyde 12, Ingram 11, Jackson 6, James 9, Janssen 3, Jarboe 5, Jenkins 9, Jennings 3, Johnson 9, Johnston, Jones 20, Joseph/s, Joy 3, Joyce 2, Keen/e 4, Kemp 14, Kent, Key 3, Kierstead 3, King 16, Kirby 4, Kirk/e 5, Kirtl(e)y 4, Lambert 8, Lambeth 3, Lamkim, Lancaster 9, Langley 3, Langworth, Lanham 2, Lansdale, Lawyer, Ledford 4, Lee 7, Leigh 7, Lewis 5, Linds(a/e)y 3, Livers 3, Lloyd, Lockerman, Long 3, Low/e 10, Lucas 3, Luckett, Lusthead, Mac(k)all 16, Maddo(cks/x) 3, Magruder 8, Manley 7, Manning 23, Marbury 20, Marsh 3, Marshall, Marsham 3, Martin 7, Mason, Mat(t)hews 7, Mattingl(e)y 6, McAtee/ Maccatee 8, McMillan, McPherson, Medley 12, Me(a/e)ds 9, Meredith 8, Middleton 6, Milburn, Mil(l)es 23, Millard 5, Miller 7, Mills 11, Molyneux, Montgomery, Moor/e 5, Morgan 5, Morris 3, Moryson, Mudd, Murphy 5, Mynne 3, Nevill/e 10, Ne(a)vitt 23, Newman, Newton 4, Noble 18, Norman 4, Norris 5, Norton, Nuthall/s/Nutwell 4, O'Relly, Osborn/e 5, Pake, Parker 4, Parran, Parsons, Paston, Pattison 16, Pendleton, Phillips, Philpot, Pierce, Pike 5, Plowden 4, Plummer, Pollard 3, Pope 5, Porter 19, Price 19, Pritchett 3, Pye 3, Queen 5, Ramsey, Reed, Reeder 12, Renwick, Reynolds 3, Ricaud 3, Richards 3, Richardson 3, Riley/Realy 3, Ringgold 27, Roach, Robinson 3, Robson, Rochester 3, Rogers 4, Rowland, Russell 4, Rust, R(y/i)croft, Sa(l/m)on, Sa(u)nders 11, Sansbury, Satterfield, Sayer, Scott 8, Scrogin, S(e/i)mmes 12, Seon 3, Seth/ Saith 17, Sewell 11, Shelley 3, Sherburne 3, Shi(e)rcliff/e 4, Sh(i/urley 3, Simcon, Simmons, Simms 3, Simonson, Simpson 15, Sinn(e/o)tt 3, Sisson, Skinner, Slye 14, Smallwood`13, Smith 33, Smithson 5, Smoot 20, Sollers 3, Somerset 5, Soth(e/o)ron, Spa(u)lding 32, Spencer 3, Spink/e 5, Spry, Stands, Stark 3, Steele 3, Steuart, Steward, Stockett 3, Stoddert, Stone 6, Strother 3, Sturman 3, Sudler 20, Sullivan/Sulavent 6, Summerhill, Swan/n 8, Sydnor, Sylvester 4, Symonds, Talbot 24, Tan(n)ey 18, Tant, Taylor 4, Tennison, Tew 4, Thomas 22, Thom(p)son 31, Tippett, Tippollis, Tobin, Tompkins, Tonge, Tovey, Triplett, Truman 15, Tucker 3, Turbutt 3, Turner 5, Van R(i/e)shwick 6, Vanswearinger 4, Vaughn 7, Vowles 6, Wade 4, Walker 7, Wallace, Walmesley 4, Walters 21, Walton, Ward, Warren 3, Waterling 6, Watkins 6, Watson, Watts 5, Waughop, Wells 4, Wheatley 3, Wheeler 36, Whetstone/Whiston/Whistens 4, White 3, Whitel(e)y 5, Whitmore, Whorten, Wickes 11, Wildey 4, Wilkins, Wilkinson 4, Williams 15, Williamson 3, Willis, Willoughby, Wil(l)son 10, Winchester 3, Wintour 5, Wiseman 17, Wogan, Wood 17, Worthington, Wright 20, Wyndham 3 and Young 5. PRICE: $32.50
MD/DE - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69 BOOK 2: THE MARYLAND/ DELAWARE LOCATOR, The Researchers' Publication, 31 pages, 8½" by 11", cardstock covers, neatly stapled and taped. The First Section covers Maryland and her Towns featuring county maps of each county in Maryland with its date of creation, Parent County, County Seat and Zip Code. The map is covered with the cities and the towns located on the map, usually two counties per page. Following this section is that wonderful list of towns in alphabetical order with the county that holds their genealogical information. The same format and style are repeated for Delaware. A quick and easy way to find in your own home library a book that tells you the town name and the county name, gives you a map on which to locate it and the county seat and zip code so you can write for the genealogical records you need to establish your lineage. PRICE: $10
NH - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69 BOOK 3: INDEX TO THE HISTORY OF WASHINGON, NEW HAMPSHIRE. Indexing by James V, Gill and Maryan R. Gill, published in 1980, 93 pages, 8½" by 11" beautifully hardbound, with the title on the spine. There are over 50 lines in each column. Surnames with a number of entries exceeding 4 are listed here: Abbott ½ p., Adams, 1 ½ p., Allen 8, Ames 14, Andrews 7, Atwood 23, Ayer/s 53, Bachelder 5, Bacon 42, Bailey 94, Baker 12, Baldwin 5, Ball 42, Banner 5, Barker 9, Barnes 30, Barney 119, Barrett 24, Barron 7, Ban 4, Beard 11, Beckwith 6, Belcher 6, Bell 17, Ben(n)ett 28, Bingham 10, Bixby 18, Blanchard 71, Blood 21, Bower/s 5, Bradford 37, Brain(a/e)rd 17, Breed 6, Brockway 110, Brooks 16, Brown/e 36, Bruce 8, Burbank 90, Burnham 8, Butterfield 13, Campbell 7, Carey 18, Carr/Ker/Kerr/ Karr 44, Chamberlain 9, Chapin 8, Chapman 11, Chase 46, Cheney 38, Clark/e 35, Clogston 13, Clyde 9, Codman 12, Colburn 11, Collins 33, Cook 5, Cooledge 8, Cooper 11, Copeland 20, Cor(e)y 26, Craig 6, Cram 32, Crane/Crain 187, Cummings 6, Curti(s/ce) 21, Cutting 11, End of the Cs on page 23 out of 93. Surnames with lots, ½ column or more, of first names in the rest of the book are: Danforth, Davis over 5 columns! Dinsmoor/Dinsmore, Dole 1 col., Draper ½ col., Eaton 1 col., Fairbanks ½ col., Farnsworth 4 cols, Farrington, ½ col., Far(e)well 1 col., Faxon ½ col., Fifield ½ col., Fisher 2 ½ cols., Fletcher 1 col., Foster ½ col., Fowler 1 col., Fox ½ col., French 1 ½ col., Friend ½ col., Gage 1 ½ col., Gay ½ ol., Gordon ½ col., Gove ½ col., Graves 1 ½ col., Greenleaf 1 col., Hall ¾ col., Harnden ¾ col., Harris 1 col., Heald 1 col. Healy 1 col., Hill/s ¾ col., Holt ½ col., Howard ½ col., Howe ¾ col., H(oi/oy)t 2/3 col., Hurd ½ col., Hutchinson ½ col., Ingalls ½ col. Jaquith 1 col., Jefts 1 col., Jones 3 ½ cols., Knight ½ col., Lawrence ½ col., Laws 1 col., Leslie 1 col., Lewis 1 col., Lincoln ¾ col., Lowell 1 ¼ col., Lull ½ col., Mann ½ col., Marshall ½ col., Mather ½ col., Mcdams ½ col., McIlvaine/ McIlvin, ½ col., McMill(e/i)n ½ col., McQuest(en/ion)n ½ col., Mead ½ col., Mellen ½ col., Merrill ½ col., Metcalf ½ col., Millen 1 ¾ col., Monroe 1/2 col., Murdough ½ col., Muzz(e)y ½ col, Newman 1 2/3 col., Newton ½ col., Ober ½ col., Peasle(a/e/y) ½ col., Perkins ½ col., Petts ½ col., Philbric/k ½ col., Powers 1 col., Proctor 2 ¾ col., Putney ¾ col., Reed/Read ¾ col., Richards ½ col., Rounsevel ¾ col., Russell ¾ col., S(t)afford 1 col., Sampson ½ col., Shedd ½ col., Simonds/Simons 2/3 col., Smith 3 ½ cols., Snow ½ col., Spa(u)lding/s 2 ½ cols., Steel/e ¾ col., Ste(v/ph)ens ½ col., Story ½ col., Stowell 1 col., Strickland ½ col., Sweet/Sweat/Swett 1 col., Tabor ¾ col., Tandy ½ col., Taylor ½ col., Thompson ½ col., Towne ½ col., Train, ¾ col., Tubbs ½ col., Trow 1/2 col., Vickery 1/2 col., Vose 1 ¼ col., Walker ½ col., ½ col., Wellman 2/3 col., Weston ½ col., Wheeler 1 col., White 1 ½ cols., Whiting ½ col., Wil(l)ey ½ col., Wilkins ½ col., Will(i)ard ½ col., Wilson ½ col., Wood/s 2 cols., Wood(w)ard 2 cols., Wright 3 cols. And Young ½ col.,
This index repeats a first name when they are not sure it refers to the same person. Each column consists of 54 lines. With this book you can tell the librarian which pages from this history you would like for her to photocopy for you. The book being sold is the index not the complete text of the actual history. PRICE $20
NH - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69 BOOK 4: Periodical: THE NEW HAMPSHIRE GENEALOGICAL RECORD. Whole number 66, July 2000, Volume 17, No. 3. pages 97 to 144. 5 ½" by 8 ½", cardstock covers, wrapper style, glued binding. Articles include: Some Descendants of Thomas Hanson of Dover, New Hampshire by Ann Theopold Chaplin, C.G.: Vital Records from THE SPECTATOR AND ARGUS of Newport, New Hampshire: Vital Records of Gilmanton, New Hampshire: Marriages of Blacks Found in New Hampshire Vital Records: Plus Book Reviews by the editor, Ann Theopold Chapin.
Excellent periodical, full of little known snippets of genealogical information, including birth, marriage and death data with names, dates and places. Some may be the ones for which you are desperately looking. PRICE: $4
NH - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69 BOOK 5: FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES 1790 FOR THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. Government Printing Office, 1907. Indexed. By the Bureau of the Census. Printed by Government Printing Office, Wshington 146 pages, 8 ½" by 11", good cover, original printing, sturdy cover, hardbound, ex-lib. Begins with a large map folded inside title page, and appears to be complete. This is not just an index although there is an index in the back to this book. This is a faithful transcription of the 1790 census - the whole state - everybody that was counted is in this book along with the answers to everything the census taker asked! There is a column for the name of the head of each family, a column for the number of free white males of 16 years and upward including the heads of families [NH-36,086]. The second column is filled with the number of free white males under 16 years [NH 34,851] The third column holds the number of free white females [NH 70,160]; the fourth column holds all other free persons [NH - 538;] the fifth column holds the number of slaves [NH-158] In 1790 New Hampshire was an independent state. Maine had 96,540 people living there, and Vermont had only 85,425, but New Hampshire has 141, 885] Look at them all in this book. USED, but well bound and serviceable for many years of use. PRICE: $25
NH - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69 BOOK 6: AN INDEX TO THE HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE SECOND CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1800 FOR THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. CHESHIRE COUNTY, NH. ©1967, Now published by Heritage House, the printing division of YOGS. 54 pages, 8 ½" by 11". Card stock covers, stapled. This is an alphabetically arranged index of CHESHIRE COUNTY's Heads of Households [the only name the census taker asked for at that time for the 1800 census.] New Hampshire was the northern most of the thirteen original states. The population of the state was 183,858. This index was created from Microcopy 32 Roll 20. This book is available separately, or as a part of the set of three that covers the entire state of New Hampshire. PRICE: $10
NH - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69 BOOK 7: AN INDEX TO THE HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE SECOND CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1800 FOR THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. GRAFTON AND HILLSBOROUGH COUNTIES. ©1972, Now published by Heritage House, the printing division of YOGS. 69 pages, 8 ½" by 11". Card stock covers, stapled. This is an alphabetically arranged index of FIRST Grafton County's, and then SECOND of Hillsborough County's Heads of Households [the only name the census taker asked for at that time for the 1800 census.] New Hampshire was the northern most of the thirteen original states. The population of the state was 183,858. This index was created from Microcopy 32 Roll 20. This book is available separately, or as a part of the set of three that covers the entire state of New Hampshire. PRICE: $10
NH - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69 BOOK 8: AN INDEX TO THE HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE SECOND CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1800 FOR THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. ROCKINGHAM AND STRAFFORD COUNTIES, NH ©1972, BY Maryan Gill Now published by Heritage House, the printing division of YOGS. 84 pages, 8 ½" by 11". Card stock covers, stapled. This is an alphabetically arranged index of County's Heads of Households [the only name the census taker asked for at that time for the 1800 census.] New Hampshire was the northern most of the thirteen original states. The population of the state was 183,858. This index was created from Microcopy 32 Roll 20. This book is available separately, or as a part of the set of three that covers the entire state of New Hampshire. An interesting sidelight of this book is that the Town of Chichester, in Rockingham County which was arranged in alphabetical order by the using the given name. NEW BOOK. PRICE: $10
NH - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69 SPECIAL BOOK OFFER ITEM 9: COMPLETE SET OF THE THREE BOOKS ABOVE: AN INDEX TO THE HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE SECOND CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1800 FOR THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR CHESHIRE, GRAFTON, HILLSBOROUGH, ROCKINGHAM AND STRAFFORD COUNTIES. Now published by Heritage House, the printing division of YOGS. 217 pages, 8 ½" by 11". Card stock covers, stapled. This is an alphabetically arranged index of CHESHIRE, GRAFTON, HILLSBOROUGH, ROCKINGHAM AND STRAFFORD COUNTIES' Heads of Households New Hampshire was the northern most of the thirteen original states. The population of the state was 183,858 IN 1800. Vermont was an independent state. Maine had 96,540 people living there, and Vermont had only 85,425. This index was created from Microcopy 32 Roll 20. All as a part of the set of three that covers the entire state of New Hampshire. NEW BOOK. PRICE: One price for all three bought as a set. PRICE $25
NH - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69 BOOK 10: SOURCES OF GENEALGICAL HELP IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, By the Southern California Genealogical Society. BurbankCA. Eight pages of help for those working with New Hampshire Ancestors. Basic help with the following kinds of records: Vital, Census, Probate, Land Cemetery, Church, Military, Immigration, Tax and Land, Naturalization, Newspapers, Directories, Town plus addresses of Helpful Libraries and Societies that can help you "zero in" on that elusive ancestor of yours. A nice county outline map is included. Then the same map with the towns written in to help you. Samples of application forms for birth, marriage and death returns are shown. A bibliography and a list of abbreviations are shown. Closeout special. Was $4.50
Now just $3. Multiple copies are available.
VT & NH - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69 BOOK 11: VERMONT & NEW HAMPSHIRE: THEIR COUNTIES, THEIR TOWNSHIPS & THEIR TOWNS. RESEARCHERS PBLICATION, ©1981. 27 pages, 8 ½" by 11", cardstock covers, stapled and taped. Here is another one of these helpful books that help you locate the WHERE in genealogy so you can find more records of your ancestor. Neatly drawn maps of county outlines for each state plus an alphabetical list of cities and what county has that city's genealogical records. PRICE: $5
VT -YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69 BOOK 12: FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES 1790 FOR THE STATE OF VERMONT. Government Printing Office, 1907. Indexed. By the Bureau of the Census. Reprint by Genealogical Publishing Co. 95 pages, 8 ½" by 11".
Maybe a photocopy or the inside of a book whose covers have been removed. Held together by a plastic spine with a clip-over spine cover of black plastic and a clear plastic sheet over the title and after the back page. Begins with a title page, and appears to be complete, except for Preface and Introduction. This is NOT an index, although there is an index in the back to this book. This is a faithful transcription of the 1790 census - the whole state - everybody that was counted is in this book along with the answers to everything the census taker asked! There is a column for the name of the head of each family, a column for the number of free white males of 16 years and upward including the heads of families [Vermont-22,435]. The second column is filled with the number of free white males under 16 years [Vermont-22,328] The third column holds the number of free white females [Vermont 40, 505]; the fourth column holds all other free persons [Vermont -630;] the fifth column holds the number of slaves [Vermont-none] In 1790 Vermont was an independent state. Maine had 96,540 people living there, and Vermont had only 85,425. Look at them all in this book. USED, Stain on bottom of book, going up about ½". Appears to be absorbed from a spill and is only on bottom edges of paper. Could be juice, kool-aid or punch. The stain does not cover ANY of the printing. PRICE: $10
YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69 BOOK 13: BEST DEAL OF THIS NEWSLETTER ! VIRGINIA GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH By Dr. George K. Schweitzer., PhD, ScD. NOTICE: These are the 1995 Edition with 216 pages in it. Since these bear a previous copyright date (1995) compared to the new one, they are going on sale this morning at 10 o'clock a.m. at HALF PRICE! For as long as this stack of 8 copies lasts. 216 pages, 6 by 9 inches, nice plastic coated cover in creamy tan. These are never-before sold, unused books, put in this box and forgotten until now! So this is your chance to save! Best advice in the business available now at an even lower price. PRICE: Just $6!
YOGS CRAZY CRATE 69 BOOK 14: [NEWEST ONE !] VIRGINIA GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH By Dr. George K. Schweitzer., PhD, ScD. Revised Edition 1997: These are the CURRENT Edition with a few more pages in it with online items. These are regularly priced at $12.
Thanks for reading our newsletters each week. I have learned so much when writing them, [mostly that they seldom have Gooldys and Van Treeses in them] but negative research is still research. I am saving somebody else who picks up my work, who will NOT have to look in over 5,000 books that do not have my surnames in them. But today, you may strike it lucky and find one of yours! I wish you the best in your searching. PAT FROM YOGS.
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