||How to find anyone free at your local
library: including veterans of WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Granada, Panama, Gulf
War and your former classmates. (READY REF.)
||Cyndi’s list: A comprehensive list of 70,000
genealogy sites on the Internet. Vol. 1 (READY REF).
||The Drake family in England and America,
1360-1895 and the descendants of Thomas Drake of Weymouth, Mass. 1635-1691.
||The O’Dell diggin’s. Illus.
||A Vickers family history.
||Domesday book. 38 Vols. Maps. Vol. 36: Place
Index, Vol. 37: Name Index, Vol. 38: Subject Index.
||Second report of the record commissioners of
the city of Boston, containing the Boston records 1634-1660, and the book of
||History of Essex County, Massachusetts, with
biographical sketches of many of it’s pioneers and prominent men. 2 Vol.
||History of Weymouth, Massachusetts.
||Historical and genealogical miscellany: data
relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey.
||Virginia revolutionary publick claims. 3
||John Norton & Sons, merchants of London and
Virginia, being the papers from their counting house for the years 1750 to
||Kentucky pioneer and court records: abstracts
of early wills, deeds, and marriages from court houses and records of old
Bibles, churches, grave years, and cemeteries copied by American war
mothers: genealogical material collected from authentic sources: records
from Anderson, Bourbon, Boyle, Clark, Estill, Fayette, Garrard, Harrison,
Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, Montgomery, Nicholas, and Woodford
||Green County, Kentucky land entries,
||Cemeteries of Green County, Kentucky.
||Burke’s peerage and baronetage. Illus.,
Coat of Arms.
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