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  • 1943 MARION MISSISSIPPI MEN & WOMEN Serving in the ARMY w/ AFRICAN-AMERICANS SEGREGATED to the BACK of the ISSUE 1943 MARION MISSISSIPPI MEN & WOMEN Serving in the ARMY w/ AFRICAN-AMERICANS SEGREGATED to the BACK of the ISSUE

    HONOR ROLL - MARION COUNTY MISSISSIPPI MEN AND WOMEN SERVING IN THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA October 1943.

    An illustrated listing of people from Marion County, Mississippi, serving in the U.S. Armed Forces during World War II. Published in October 1943, during the war.

    Large format paper publication, side-stapled, 12x17.5 inches, 48 pages. Published by The Columbian-Progress, Columbia, Mississippi, October 11, 1943. First edition.

    Includes 45 pages of Men and Women who were in the Armed Forces. The first 42 pages are all the white men and women. The African-American men are segregated to the last 3 pages at the back (like the back of the bus). Yes, Jim Crow laws and segregationist attitudes were rampant.

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    HONOR ROLL - MARION COUNTY MISSISSIPPI MEN AND WOMEN SERVING IN THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA October 1943.

    An illustrated listing of people from Marion County, Mississippi, serving in the U.S. Armed Forces during World War II. Published in October 1943, during the war.

    Large format paper publication, side-stapled, 12x17.5 inches, 48 pages. Published by The Columbian-Progress, Columbia, Mississippi, October 11, 1943. First edition.

    Includes 45 pages of Men and Women who were in the Armed Forces. The first 42 pages are all the white men and women. The African-American men are segregated to the last 3 pages at the back (like the back of the bus). Yes, Jim Crow laws and segregationist attitudes were rampant.

    GOOD condition, a horizontal crease where the publication was folded in half, some other creases from handling, general toning to the pages, some soiling especially to the covers, some closed edge tears to the covers and here and there; overall a used, but still a solid, complete copy.

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  • GENEALOGY of HER ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCESS MICHAEL OF KENT - HER SAINTS & SINNERS ANCESTRY with 1,175 Biographies by Leo van de Pas, Compiler GENEALOGY of HER ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCESS MICHAEL OF KENT - HER SAINTS & SINNERS ANCESTRY with 1,175 Biographies
    Leo van de Pas, Compiler

    SINNERS & SAINTS - A Biographical Introduction to ANCESTORS of HRH PRINCESS MICHAEL of KENT. A compilation of biographies for 1,175 selected ancestors showing the relevant genealogical linkages between them. Compiled by Leo van de Pas.

    Self-published, printed and bound in Canberra, Australia, 2005. ISBN: 0646450077.

    Softcovers, 8.25x11.75 inches (20.5x29.5 cm), thick book, 732 pages.

    VERY GOOD condition, just lightly used, tight, bright, clean and unmarked.

    Hard-to-find genealogy of the ancestors of HRH Princess Michael of Kent.

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  • 1872 GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF JOHN AND MARY ANDREWS, WHO SETTLED IN FARMINGTON, CONNECTICUT in 1640 ***SIGNED First Edition*** by Alfred Andrews 1872 GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF JOHN AND MARY ANDREWS, WHO SETTLED IN FARMINGTON, CONNECTICUT in 1640 ***SIGNED First Edition***
    Alfred Andrews

    ENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF JOHN AND MARY ANDREWS, WHO SETTLED IN FARMINGTON, CONN., 1640: Embracing Their Descendants to 1872; with an Introduction of Miscellaneous Names of Andrews, with Their Progenitors as Far as Known; to which is Added a List of Some of the Authors, Clergymen, Physicians, and Soldiers of The Name. By ALFRED ANDREWS, New Britain, Connecticut.

    Published by A.H. Andrews & Co., Chicago, Illinois; and Printed by Case, Lockwood & Brainard, Hartford, Connecticut, 1872. FIRST EDITION.

    SIGNED and DATED "1895" by CHARLES ANDREWS, b.1827 d.1918, on a blank prelim. Charles Andrews was one of the longest serving judges in the history of the New York Court of Appeals. He also served three years as Mayor of Syracuse, New York.

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    ENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF JOHN AND MARY ANDREWS, WHO SETTLED IN FARMINGTON, CONN., 1640: Embracing Their Descendants to 1872; with an Introduction of Miscellaneous Names of Andrews, with Their Progenitors as Far as Known; to which is Added a List of Some of the Authors, Clergymen, Physicians, and Soldiers of The Name. By ALFRED ANDREWS, New Britain, Connecticut.

    Published by A.H. Andrews & Co., Chicago, Illinois; and Printed by Case, Lockwood & Brainard, Hartford, Connecticut, 1872. FIRST EDITION.

    SIGNED and DATED "1895" by CHARLES ANDREWS, b.1827 d.1918, on a blank prelim. Charles Andrews was one of the longest serving judges in the history of the New York Court of Appeals. He also served three years as Mayor of Syracuse, New York.

    BOOKPLATE of his SON, CHARLES WALKER ANDREWS, b.1861 d.1946, on the front pastedown. Charles Walker Andrews was a lawyer, book collector, and early member of the Grolier Club.

    Hardcovers, professionally rebound covers and endpapers (likely by Charles Walker Andrews), 6x9 inches (15x23 cm), 652 pages. Illustrated with portraits interspersed throughout, each printed on heavy stock paper and protected with a tissue guard. There is a sheet tipped-in on a blank prelim with a handwritten "Line of Descent" that likely relates to Charles Walker Andrews.

    GOOD condition, the covers are worn at the corners and some places along the edges, but remain sturdy and are doing their job well; internally the pages have toned, there are a couple of genealogical additions and corrections here and there, otherwise tight, bright, clean and clear. A solid, nice, presentable copy.

    The 1872 First Edition is SCARCE, especially so SIGNED by CHARLES ANDREWS and with the BOOKPLATE of his son CHARLES WALKER ANDREWS. (Beware the 1972 reprints and reproduction copies.)

    About CHARLES ANDREWS and his son CHARLES W. ANDREWS (from page 417 of the book):

    ******Syracuse, N. Y. - HON. CHARLES ANDREWS, fourth son of George, of New Britain, Conn., Whitestown and Troy, N. Y., and his wife, Polly Walker, of Butternuts, N. Y., born 27th May, 1827, at Whitestown, Oneida County, N. Y. He is a lawyer by profession, of the firm of Sedgwick, Andrews & Kennedy, of Syracuse, N. Y., of which city he has been mayor some three years, and has an enviable reputation and an irreproachable private character. He married 17th May, 1855, Marcia, daughter of Judge Shackland, of Syracuse, N. Y. He is judge of the court of appeals of the state of New York, and was living in Syracuse, N. Y., in 1871.

    THEIR CHILDREN: William S., born 25th September, 1858, at Syracuse, N. Y. and Charles W., born 5th July, 1861, at Syracuse, N. Y.******

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  • 1899 REPRESENTATIVE MEN and HOMES of QUINCY ILLINOIS Association Copy FIRST EDITION Genealogy by David Wilcox, compiler 1899 REPRESENTATIVE MEN and HOMES of QUINCY ILLINOIS Association Copy FIRST EDITION Genealogy
    David Wilcox, compiler

    EPRESENTATIVE MEN AND HOMES - QUINCY ILLINOIS - 1899.

    Compiled and Published by David F. Wilcox, and Printed at the Press of Volk, Jones & McMein, Quincy, Illinois, 1899. First Edition.

    Copy of Bernard H. Miller, with his signature and date on the front pastedown: "B.H. Miller / Aug 21st 1899". Bernard Miller has his portrait and biography printed on page 57. He is described as: "an energetic representative of the active business men of Quincy..."

    Hardcovers, green cloth covered boards embossed with gilt titles on the front cover and spine, 8x11 inches, 136 pages.

    Primarily biographical sketches with photographic portraits of the movers and shakers of Quincy Illinois in 1899. (Where are the female movers and shakers?)

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    EPRESENTATIVE MEN AND HOMES - QUINCY ILLINOIS - 1899.

    Compiled and Published by David F. Wilcox, and Printed at the Press of Volk, Jones & McMein, Quincy, Illinois, 1899. First Edition.

    Copy of Bernard H. Miller, with his signature and date on the front pastedown: "B.H. Miller / Aug 21st 1899". Bernard Miller has his portrait and biography printed on page 57. He is described as: "an energetic representative of the active business men of Quincy..."

    Hardcovers, green cloth covered boards embossed with gilt titles on the front cover and spine, 8x11 inches, 136 pages.

    Primarily biographical sketches with photographic portraits of the movers and shakers of Quincy Illinois in 1899. (Where are the female movers and shakers?)

    GOOD condition, the covers have some wear at the spine ends and corners, and some rubbing; internally, the pages are lightly toned at the margins, have some age and smudge spots and a bit of soiling here and there, there is a small closed tear to the top edge of the first couple pages. Overall a solid, nice, presentable copy.

    SCARCE, TRUE 1899 FIRST EDITION, SIGNED by an 1899 Resident who is In The Book.

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  • Handwritten Genealogy BARRETT FAMILY of NEW HAMPSHIRE in 18th & 19th Centuries Handwritten Genealogy BARRETT FAMILY of NEW HAMPSHIRE in 18th & 19th Centuries

    Handwritten Genealogy BARRETT FAMILY of NEW HAMPSHIRE in 18th & 19th Centuries

    MANUSCRIPT GENEALOGY of the BARRETT FAMILY of NEW HAMPSHIRE of the 18th and 19th centuries.

    Blank book with 26 pages filled in with handwritten genealogy. Written circa 1890, as indicated by a few entries with dates in the late 1880s.

    Hardcover book, leather spine and corners with marbled paper covered boards, likely late 19th century binding.

    GOOD condition, the covers are scraped and rubbed but doing their job, the inner pages are clean and bright. The handwriting was done with a light hand but is fully legible.

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  • History of UKRAINIANS IN COLORADO Ukrainian-American Bicentennial Publication 1976 by P. Babiak and K. Krupsky, editors History of UKRAINIANS IN COLORADO Ukrainian-American Bicentennial Publication 1976
    P. Babiak and K. Krupsky, editors

    UKRAINIANS IN COLORADO, edited by P. Babiak, in cooperation with K. Krupsky.

    Published by the Ukrainian-American Bicentennial Organization, Denver, Colorado, 1976.

    Paper covers, plastic spiral bound, 8.5x11 inches, 63 pages plus 16 unnumbered pages of b&w photographs at the rear.

    VERY GOOD condition, just lightly used, bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

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  • ROBERTS FAMILY HISTORY - ANCESTORS and DESCENDANTS of LOGAN and MARY ROBERTS by Lynnette (McGrew) Roberts and Loretta (Roberts) DeVillires ROBERTS FAMILY HISTORY - ANCESTORS and DESCENDANTS of LOGAN and MARY ROBERTS
    Lynnette (McGrew) Roberts and Loretta (Roberts) DeVillires

    ANCESTORS and DESCENDANTS of LOGAN and MARY (ADAMS) ROBERTS. With Ancestor Families of: Roberts, Douglass, Hathaway, Fenlason/Fenlayson, Adams, Morris, Crawford, Rodey. And Further Descendant Families of: Ciolino, Clayton, Desiderio, DeVillires, Fracchia, Gerhardt, Hafer, Henderson Morneault, Ogilvie, Roberts, Seagraves. BY Lynnette (McGrew) Roberts and Loretta (Roberts) DeVillires.

    Includes Historical Information on: ANTIOCH, California - Captain George Kimball and the ship The California Packet (See Douglass / Hathaway Sections); PETALUMA, California (See Douglass / Hathaway Sections); and Areas of SONOMA, MENDOCINO, and YOLO Counties (California).

    A privately produced family genealogy consisting of 176 photocopied 8.5x11 inch pages bound in a 3-ring binder. A DVD of the ROBERTS FAMILY HISTORY is included in a pocket on the inside front cover of the binder,…

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    ANCESTORS and DESCENDANTS of LOGAN and MARY (ADAMS) ROBERTS. With Ancestor Families of: Roberts, Douglass, Hathaway, Fenlason/Fenlayson, Adams, Morris, Crawford, Rodey. And Further Descendant Families of: Ciolino, Clayton, Desiderio, DeVillires, Fracchia, Gerhardt, Hafer, Henderson Morneault, Ogilvie, Roberts, Seagraves. BY Lynnette (McGrew) Roberts and Loretta (Roberts) DeVillires.

    Includes Historical Information on: ANTIOCH, California - Captain George Kimball and the ship The California Packet (See Douglass / Hathaway Sections); PETALUMA, California (See Douglass / Hathaway Sections); and Areas of SONOMA, MENDOCINO, and YOLO Counties (California).

    A privately produced family genealogy consisting of 176 photocopied 8.5x11 inch pages bound in a 3-ring binder. A DVD of the ROBERTS FAMILY HISTORY is included in a pocket on the inside front cover of the binder, presumably to more easily access the information in the work. Self-Published, 2006.

    At the bottom of the title page is the following: "Note: This is the 'Public Version' of this book. Following genealogy protocol, information on the many living descendants has been removed."

    The genealogy is accompanied with a cover letter to the previous owner. It begins: "Dear Charles / Well at long last, here is the final copy of the Roberts Family History book that I've been working on for over three years. As I have said to you many times before, this is a family history book, and not intended to be a history book that might be of great interest to others. However, as you know, it ended up having some pretty interesting facts about Antioch, Petaluma, and the rest. Thus, I am sending you a full binder copy so that you might put it in the Antioch Historical Society...Keep in mind this is the Public Version of the book...There are others who will receive a Public Version copy of this book, such as LDS Utah Family History Library, Petaluma Historical Society, etc. / Lynnette Roberts / Roseburg, Oregon".

    VERY GOOD condition, just lightly used, everything is bright, clean and clear.

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  • ARMORIAL DU BIBLIOPHILE / ARMORIAL BOOK STAMPS OF THE BIBLIOPHILE Two Volumes Bound in One ILLUSTRATED with HERALDRY COATS-OF-ARMS BOOK STAMPS Paris 1870-1873 by Joannis Guigard ARMORIAL DU BIBLIOPHILE / ARMORIAL BOOK STAMPS OF THE BIBLIOPHILE Two Volumes Bound in One ILLUSTRATED with HERALDRY COATS-OF-ARMS BOOK STAMPS Paris 1870-1873
    Joannis Guigard

    ARMORIAL DU BIBLIOPHILE Avec Illustrations Dans le Texte (ARMORIAL BOOKPLATES with In-Text Illustrations). By Joannis Guigard.

    TOMES I & II (Volumes I & II bound together).

    Published by Librairie Bachelin-Deflorenne, Paris, 1870-1873.

    Hardcovers, three-quarters morocco leather (spine and corners) with marbled paper covered boards, marbled endpapers, two volumes and original wrappers bound-in, 6.5x10 inches (16.7x26 cm).. Pagination: Volume I - 254 pages, Volume II - 272 pages. ILLUSTRATED throughout with reproductions of armorial bookplates.

    GOOD PLUS condition: The covers are worn and lightly bumped at the corner tips and rubbed at the spine folds; internally, the pages are lightly age toned and have a light crease to the upper spine area, overall tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

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    ARMORIAL DU BIBLIOPHILE Avec Illustrations Dans le Texte (ARMORIAL BOOKPLATES with In-Text Illustrations). By Joannis Guigard.

    TOMES I & II (Volumes I & II bound together).

    Published by Librairie Bachelin-Deflorenne, Paris, 1870-1873.

    Hardcovers, three-quarters morocco leather (spine and corners) with marbled paper covered boards, marbled endpapers, two volumes and original wrappers bound-in, 6.5x10 inches (16.7x26 cm).. Pagination: Volume I - 254 pages, Volume II - 272 pages. ILLUSTRATED throughout with reproductions of armorial bookplates.

    GOOD PLUS condition: The covers are worn and lightly bumped at the corner tips and rubbed at the spine folds; internally, the pages are lightly age toned and have a light crease to the upper spine area, overall tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

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  • 1936 Genealogy STELLA NEBRASKA High School Yearbook with LIST of ALUMNI 1889-1935 by Senior Class of Stella High School 1936 Genealogy STELLA NEBRASKA High School Yearbook with LIST of ALUMNI 1889-1935
    Senior Class of Stella High School

    1936 Yearbook of STELLA HIGH SCHOOL, STELLA, NEBRASKA. "ECHOES OF STELLA". Has actual 3x5 inch b&w photographs for each of the classes mounted with photo corners.

    Includes essays about the school, students, teachers, activities, sports, etc.

    What makes this a GENEALOGY TREASURE is that there is an 8 page section that lists all the ALUMNI of STELLA HIGH SCHOOL from 1889-1935. Being a small town, this list basically covers many of its early residents, their names, and where they are now. A previous owner has added additional details by some of the names, e.g. "died 1952".

    Paper wrappers, cord tied, inner pages side stapled. Inner pages are 8.5x11 inch and the wrappers over hang them, 48 unnumbered pages printed on…

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    1936 Yearbook of STELLA HIGH SCHOOL, STELLA, NEBRASKA. "ECHOES OF STELLA". Has actual 3x5 inch b&w photographs for each of the classes mounted with photo corners.

    Includes essays about the school, students, teachers, activities, sports, etc.

    What makes this a GENEALOGY TREASURE is that there is an 8 page section that lists all the ALUMNI of STELLA HIGH SCHOOL from 1889-1935. Being a small town, this list basically covers many of its early residents, their names, and where they are now. A previous owner has added additional details by some of the names, e.g. "died 1952".

    Paper wrappers, cord tied, inner pages side stapled. Inner pages are 8.5x11 inch and the wrappers over hang them, 48 unnumbered pages printed on one side only.

    GOOD condition: The wrappers are worn and tearing at the edges where they overhang the inner pages; internally nice, the pages are just lightly toned, a couple pages have offsetting, otherwise tight, bright, clean and clear.

    We will be having a pop quiz on Stella, Nebraska. It will account for 90% of your grade. Better study up.

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  • 1922 NEW BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT, CITY DIRECTORY w/ Every RESIDENT & BUSINESS 1922 NEW BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT, CITY DIRECTORY w/ Every RESIDENT & BUSINESS

    NEW BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT, CITY DIRECTORY, 1922. A General Directory of the Citizens, Street Guide, Classified Business Directory, Street Directory, New Map, and Officers of the City Government, Churches, Societies, Etc.

    The title page says that the volume has a map, but either the map is lacking or it was never actually bound into this edition. To be clear, there is NO map present in this volume.

    Published by Price & Lee Co., New Britain, Connecticut, 1922. This is an Original, Vintage Directory.

    Original hardcovers, printed cloth covered spine and paper covered boards, 6x9 inches, 868 pages.

    Contains numerous advertisements of the day, including an advertising section at the front.. These directories were published as advertising vehicles so…

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    NEW BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT, CITY DIRECTORY, 1922. A General Directory of the Citizens, Street Guide, Classified Business Directory, Street Directory, New Map, and Officers of the City Government, Churches, Societies, Etc.

    The title page says that the volume has a map, but either the map is lacking or it was never actually bound into this edition. To be clear, there is NO map present in this volume.

    Published by Price & Lee Co., New Britain, Connecticut, 1922. This is an Original, Vintage Directory.

    Original hardcovers, printed cloth covered spine and paper covered boards, 6x9 inches, 868 pages.

    Contains numerous advertisements of the day, including an advertising section at the front.. These directories were published as advertising vehicles so ads are everywhere, including the covers.

    This volume was part of the amazing SUTRO GENEALOGICAL LIBRARY of SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. There are Sutro and related library ink stamps, labels and marks here and there throughout. The Sutro Library was (and to a large part still is) a treasure trove of genealogical books collected by Adolph Sutro and donated to the City of San Francisco. The collection was pretty much neglected by the City until, in 2012 the City gave the collection to the library of San Francisco State University. Before and after the move to SFSU, quite a few volumes from the Sutro genealogical library were, sadly, deaccessioned, so that the collection would fit it into its new space. In its new home the Sutro Library is still considered to have the best genealogical collection west of Salt Lake City, and is now much better cared for, it's just not as large as it was. Once these wonderful deaccessioned Sutro genealogy books find new homes they will likely not be seen again for some time.

    FAIR CONDITION: The paper covered boards are worn through at the corners and spine ends, soiled, have a dime size stain, and the pine is sunned / darkened. Internally, there are Sutro and related library labels and marks as noted above, there is a bit of tape repair to the first page, the front and rear hinges are split but holding; overall the inner pages are tight, bright, clean and clear.

    A Complete and Original NEW BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT, City Directory from 1922. A treasure trove of Connecticut genealogy.

    About the SUTRO LIBRARY (from where this book was deaccessioned):

    ******The Sutro Library holds the original collection of Adolph Sutro (1830-1898), California businessman and San Francisco mayor. The library has a large collection of publications and items dating from the 13th to the 21st centuries. It also has one of the largest genealogy collections in the U.S.

    Adolph Sutro's heirs donated his collection to the California State Library in 1913 with the requirement that the collection stay within the city of San Francisco. After operating in various locations in the city for almost 100 years, the Sutro Library moved to a permanent home at San Francisco State University in 2012.******

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  • Genealogy HANNES EBY DEATH AND BURIAL RECORD : LIFE and DEATH in OLD WARWICK TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pennsylvania 1806-1845 by Carolyn C. Wegner and Denise Witwer Lahr Genealogy HANNES EBY DEATH AND BURIAL RECORD : LIFE and DEATH in OLD WARWICK TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pennsylvania 1806-1845
    Carolyn C. Wegner and Denise Witwer Lahr

    HANNES EBY DEATH AND BURIAL RECORD : Life and Death in Old Warwick Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1806-1845. By Carolyn C. Wenger. Annotated by Denise Witwer Lahr.

    Published by the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society, 2012. ISBN 10: 1884732089 ISBN 13: 9781884732089.

    Hardcover Book in Dustjacket, 8.5x11 inches, 272 pages.

    From the back cover: "Well over one hundred surnames, many of them listed at right, appear in the HANNES EBY DEATH and BURIAL RECORD. Spanning nearly four decades, this listing of deaths and burials of relatives, friends, and acquaintances in old Warwick Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, is a treasure trove for historians interested in the early nineteenth century."

    AS NEW condition, still in shrinkwrap!

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  • SAUDER FAMILY HISTORY: ANCESTORS & DESCENDANTS of SAMUEL G. SAUDER & ELIZABETH EABY Genealogy by Mary Sauder Martin Zehr, et al SAUDER FAMILY HISTORY: ANCESTORS & DESCENDANTS of SAMUEL G. SAUDER & ELIZABETH EABY Genealogy
    Mary Sauder Martin Zehr, et al

    DESCENDANTS, FAMILY HISTORY and MEMORIES of PHINEAS KRAMER ZIEMER 1861-1918 and ANNIE BRENDLE WITWER 1860-1921. Author / Compiler Grace A. (Horning) Zimmerman

    SIGNED by the author / compiler, Grace A. Horning Zimmerman, on the title page below her printed name.

    Self Published, Reinholds, Pennsylvania, 2011.

    Hardcover Book, cloth covered boards titled in gilt on the front cover and spine, 8.5x11 inches, 208 pages. Illustrated throughout with b&w photographs and reproductions of newspaper articles.

    FINE, as new condition, tight, bright, clean and unmarked.

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  • Phineas KRAMER ZIEMER and Annie BRENDLE WITWER & Related Families **SIGNED** Genealogy Ancestry by Grace A. Horning Zimmerman Phineas KRAMER ZIEMER and Annie BRENDLE WITWER & Related Families **SIGNED** Genealogy Ancestry
    Grace A. Horning Zimmerman

    DESCENDANTS, FAMILY HISTORY and MEMORIES of PHINEAS KRAMER ZIEMER 1861-1918 and ANNIE BRENDLE WITWER 1860-1921. Author / Compiler Grace A. (Horning) Zimmerman

    SIGNED by the author / compiler, Grace A. Horning Zimmerman, on the title page below her printed name.

    Self Published, Reinholds, Pennsylvania, 2011.

    Hardcover Book, cloth covered boards titled in gilt on the front cover and spine, 8.5x11 inches, 208 pages. Illustrated throughout with b&w photographs and reproductions of newspaper articles.

    FINE, as new condition, tight, bright, clean and unmarked.

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  • FAMILY RECORD of MOSES GEHMAN HORNING & ANNA BRUBAKER MUSSER Genealogy Ancestry by Compiled by James J. Martin and Erla Mae Horning Martin FAMILY RECORD of MOSES GEHMAN HORNING & ANNA BRUBAKER MUSSER Genealogy Ancestry
    Compiled by James J. Martin and Erla Mae Horning Martin

    FAMILY RECORD of MOSES GEHMAN HORNING 1870-1955 and ANNA BRUBAKER MUSSER 1870-1928. Compiled by James J. Martin and Erla Mae Horning Martin.

    Self Published / Masthof Press, Morgantown, Pennsylvania, 2006.

    Hardcover Book, cloth covered boards titled in gilt on the front cover and spine, 5.5x8.5 inches, 253 pages.

    FINE condition, tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

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  • THE GREIDERS of CHIQUES VALLEY Ancestors & Descendants GENEAOLOGY of GREIDER & GRIDER and Related Families by Donald M. Grider THE GREIDERS of CHIQUES VALLEY Ancestors & Descendants GENEAOLOGY of GREIDER & GRIDER and Related Families
    Donald M. Grider

    THE GREIDERS of the CHIQUES VALLEY; ANCESTORS and DESCENDANTS of MICHAEL GREIDER (c.1755-1802), MARTIN GREIDER (c.1761-1822), JOHN GREIDER (1764-1830), and JACOB GREIDER (c.1766-1802), of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Generations One Through Six. By DONALD M. GRIDER.

    Self Published, Hilton Head, South Carolina, 2000. First (and only) edition. (A much smaller, supplemental work was published in 2001.)

    Hardcover Book, blue cloth covered boards titled in silver on the front cover and spine, 8.5x11.5 inches, 585 pages including an "Every Name Index" at the rear.

    Illustrated with b&w photographs and maps.

    FINE, unused condition, tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. This copy was shrink-wrapped which was removed only to take photos.

    The author / compiler, Donald M. Grider, died in 2013 in Hilton…

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    THE GREIDERS of the CHIQUES VALLEY; ANCESTORS and DESCENDANTS of MICHAEL GREIDER (c.1755-1802), MARTIN GREIDER (c.1761-1822), JOHN GREIDER (1764-1830), and JACOB GREIDER (c.1766-1802), of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Generations One Through Six. By DONALD M. GRIDER.

    Self Published, Hilton Head, South Carolina, 2000. First (and only) edition. (A much smaller, supplemental work was published in 2001.)

    Hardcover Book, blue cloth covered boards titled in silver on the front cover and spine, 8.5x11.5 inches, 585 pages including an "Every Name Index" at the rear.

    Illustrated with b&w photographs and maps.

    FINE, unused condition, tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. This copy was shrink-wrapped which was removed only to take photos.

    The author / compiler, Donald M. Grider, died in 2013 in Hilton Head, South Carolina.

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  • Two Genealogies - FAMILY of JOHN SCHUMACKER plus FAMILY of DAVID P. SCHUMACKER by Jane Louise Smoker Davidson Two Genealogies - FAMILY of JOHN SCHUMACKER plus FAMILY of DAVID P. SCHUMACKER
    Jane Louise Smoker Davidson

    TWO GENEALOGIES of the SCHUMACHER FAMILY.

    (1) THE FAMILY OF JOHN SCHUMACHER 1849-1907. Compiled by Elizabeth Schumacher Suter, Evan Suter, and Winford Suter. Self Published, Pandora, Ohio, 1975. Plastic spiral bound, 8.5x11 inches, 31 unnumbered pages, pages printed on one side only. GOOD condition, creasing to the cover corners, a number taped to the top of the inside front cover (1626), otherwise bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

    From the Preface: "Tracing the genealogy of each of the sixteen branches of the Schumacher family that have grown out of the Peter Schumacher-Elizabeth Suter union (1839) has proved to be a task bigger than anyone cared to assume to date (1975). The work presented here is a partial genealogy, following only the…

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    TWO GENEALOGIES of the SCHUMACHER FAMILY.

    (1) THE FAMILY OF JOHN SCHUMACHER 1849-1907. Compiled by Elizabeth Schumacher Suter, Evan Suter, and Winford Suter. Self Published, Pandora, Ohio, 1975. Plastic spiral bound, 8.5x11 inches, 31 unnumbered pages, pages printed on one side only. GOOD condition, creasing to the cover corners, a number taped to the top of the inside front cover (1626), otherwise bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

    From the Preface: "Tracing the genealogy of each of the sixteen branches of the Schumacher family that have grown out of the Peter Schumacher-Elizabeth Suter union (1839) has proved to be a task bigger than anyone cared to assume to date (1975). The work presented here is a partial genealogy, following only the line of John, the seventh child."

    (2) THE FAMILY OF DAVID P. SCHUMACHER 1855-1917. Compiled by Jeanette Schumacher Lehman, with the assistance of Leland Gerber and Robert W. Suter. Self Published, Pandora, Ohio, circa 1976. Plastic spiral bound, 8.5x11 inches, 20 pages, pages printed on one side only. GOOD condition, creasing to the cover corners, a couple broken spirals, a number taped to the top of the inside front cover (1627), otherwise bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

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  • DESCENDANTS of DAVID RENNO SMOKER & LYDIA STOLTZFUS SMOKER Limited Ed. SIGNED by Jane Louise Smoker Davidson DESCENDANTS of DAVID RENNO SMOKER & LYDIA STOLTZFUS SMOKER Limited Ed. SIGNED
    Jane Louise Smoker Davidson

    DESCENDANTS of DAVID RENNO SMOKER and LYDIA STOLTZFUS SMOKER. Edited by Jane Louise Smoker Davidson. Includes the descendant lines SMUCKER and SCHMUCKER.

    SIGNED on the title page by the editor Jane Louise Smoker Davidson, AND by Levi S. and Sadie R. Smoker, William J. & Esther K. Chupp, and David R. & Helen K. Smoker.

    Published by Chester County Trade Talk, Downingtown, Pennsylvania, 1978.

    First Edition LIMITED to only 500 Numbered Copies, this being number 332, as stated on the copyright / limitation page.

    57 pages plus a cover page, printed on 8.5x11 inch yellow paper, staple bound at the left side, spine and stapled covered with a plastic strip.

    VERY GOOD condition: the pages are bright, clean and clear.

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  • DESCENDANTS of JACOB RUTH SWARTZ & MARY BERGEY HUNSBERGER & Related GENEALOGY by Melva L. Taylor, compiler DESCENDANTS of JACOB RUTH SWARTZ & MARY BERGEY HUNSBERGER & Related GENEALOGY
    Melva L. Taylor, compiler

    DESCENDANTS of JACOB RUTH SWARTZ and MARY BERGEY HUNSBERGER. Compiled by Melva L. Taylor.

    Contains related family names: Miller, Huether, Liebler, Temple, Bergey, Wingham and Devitt.

    Self Published, Clarkston, Michigan, 1988.

    130 copy-machine printed 8.5x11 inch pages, printed on one side only on light blue paper, three hole punched and held in a blue three-ring blue vinyl binder.

    There are some handwritten additions and changes here and there, presumably by the author.

    VERY GOOD condition: The binder is clean and looks rather new. Internally, there are relevant handwritten additions and changes here and there throughout (adding to the genealogical value of this work, imho), the pages have a bit of toning to the edges and some of the usual light…

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    DESCENDANTS of JACOB RUTH SWARTZ and MARY BERGEY HUNSBERGER. Compiled by Melva L. Taylor.

    Contains related family names: Miller, Huether, Liebler, Temple, Bergey, Wingham and Devitt.

    Self Published, Clarkston, Michigan, 1988.

    130 copy-machine printed 8.5x11 inch pages, printed on one side only on light blue paper, three hole punched and held in a blue three-ring blue vinyl binder.

    There are some handwritten additions and changes here and there, presumably by the author.

    VERY GOOD condition: The binder is clean and looks rather new. Internally, there are relevant handwritten additions and changes here and there throughout (adding to the genealogical value of this work, imho), the pages have a bit of toning to the edges and some of the usual light copy-machine smudges and marks. A very presentable copy of this scarce genealogy.

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  • DESCENDANTS of TESTEN SCHWARTZ BENNER and HIS TWO WIVES - SUSANNAH GRAYBILL WINEY and SARAH SNYDER RAMER, 1823-2011 by Huldah M. Petersheim, compiler DESCENDANTS of TESTEN SCHWARTZ BENNER and HIS TWO WIVES - SUSANNAH GRAYBILL WINEY and SARAH SNYDER RAMER, 1823-2011
    Huldah M. Petersheim, compiler

    DESCENDANTS of TESTEN SCHWARTZ BENNER and HIS TWO WIVES - SUSANNAH GRAYBILL WINEY and SARAH SNYDER RAMER, 1823-2011. Compiled by Huldah M. Petersheim.

    Self Published / Printed by Masthof Press, Morgantown, Pennsylvania, 2011.

    SIGNED by the Compiler, Huldah M. Petersheim, beneath her printed name on the title page.

    Softcovers, 8.5x11 inches, 244 pages including a 50 page name Index at the rear.

    Includes MANY related family names.

    FINE condition, looks and feels unused. A lovely copy.

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  • HEXES and HEATHER : GENEALOGY Related to CANADA Families STONER Johnson RITTENHOUSE & More by Gladys Rittenhouse Johnson Stoner HEXES and HEATHER : GENEALOGY Related to CANADA Families STONER Johnson RITTENHOUSE & More
    Gladys Rittenhouse Johnson Stoner

    HEXES AND HEATHER, by Gladys (Rittenhouse Johnson) Stoner.

    From the Foreword: "This book has been written so that our children and those who follow after may know something of our ancestry...Our fathers' people, Johnsons, Sinclairs, Gordons, Forfars and Thomsons were Scotch, our mothers' people, Rittenhouse, Honsbergers, Funks, Gaymans, etc. were Pennsylvania Dutch, as were also my husband's people..."

    Genealogies of families related to the author Gladys Rittenhouse Johnson Stoner. Most seem to be finally settled around Ontario, Canada, and some nearby Provinces and American states.

    Self Published, [Ontario, Canada], revised second printing 1982 (first printing 1973).

    Hardcovers, red cloth covered boards, gilt lettering on the spine, 8.5x11 inches, 211 pages. Illustrated with some b&w photographs.

    NEAR FINE condition, there are…

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    HEXES AND HEATHER, by Gladys (Rittenhouse Johnson) Stoner.

    From the Foreword: "This book has been written so that our children and those who follow after may know something of our ancestry...Our fathers' people, Johnsons, Sinclairs, Gordons, Forfars and Thomsons were Scotch, our mothers' people, Rittenhouse, Honsbergers, Funks, Gaymans, etc. were Pennsylvania Dutch, as were also my husband's people..."

    Genealogies of families related to the author Gladys Rittenhouse Johnson Stoner. Most seem to be finally settled around Ontario, Canada, and some nearby Provinces and American states.

    Self Published, [Ontario, Canada], revised second printing 1982 (first printing 1973).

    Hardcovers, red cloth covered boards, gilt lettering on the spine, 8.5x11 inches, 211 pages. Illustrated with some b&w photographs.

    NEAR FINE condition, there are a few handwritten corrections to the text presumably by the author, otherwise tight, bright, clean and unmarked. A solid, lovely copy.

    SCARCE, the only copy I could find is held at the Ontario Genealogical Society.

    INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS PLEASE NOTE: This book will require additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the charges and be able to accept or reject them before payment is taken. Thanks!

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