A RENDEVOUS WITH DESTINY. Soft-cover, 80 pp. 1988. By Fern Lewis Friedly - granddaughter of James Parker, builder of Parker's Grove Amusement Park - Coney Island - Cincinnati, OH. In addition to the Parkers in the book, the story is about Abel Rilea's fifty acres (now River Downs Race Track), Charles and Emma Lewis family of Amelia, OH and the village of California, OH. Purchased by the Society.

 A TOUR THROUGH TIME ON YOUR TIME IN OUR TIME. Small soft-cover booklet featuring early homes and buildings in Caesar's Creek Pioneer Village in Ohio. By Dr. Donald E. Richards. Donated by Pollyanna Gregg.

A TREASURY OF EARLY AMERICAN HOMES. C 1946. Hardcover; 136 pp. Index. By Richard Pratt. Photos and descriptions of homes built 1650 - 1850. Donated by Phyllis Kellum.

ACHOR FAMILY OF SOUTHWESTERN OHIO. 1970 (including 1986-87 supplement). Achor. Soft-cover, Spiral bound. Notes and materials on the Achor Family, including Richoux & Bourne Families of Louisiana; Worz, Smithson & Hickey Families of Ohio. Donated by Robert Achor.

ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS TO THE CENTENNIAL EDITION OF THE DAR PATRIOT INDEX & NEW RECORDS. Large three-ring binder in alpha order. Donated by Alma Linn.

AFRICAN AMERICANS, FREE, OF NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA FROM THE COLONIAL PERIOD TO ABOUT 1820 VOLUME 1. C.2001. Heinegg.  Fourth edition. Softcover, 504p. Index contained in Volume II. Purchased by the Society.

AFRICAN AMERICANS, FREE, OF NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA FROM THE COLONIAL PERIOD TO ABOUT 1820 VOLUME II. C.2001. Heinegg.  Fourth edition. Softcover, pages 505 thru 1,042.  Index. Winner: North Carolina Genealogical Society Award of Excellence in Publishing and the American Society of Genealogists' Donald Lines Jacobus Award. Purchased by the Society.

AICHOLZ, AICHHOLTZ, AICHOLTZ Families of the Eastern Cincinnati, Ohio Area. Alma A. Smith. Donated by the Author.

AMERICAN WILLS & ADMINISTRATIONS IN THE PREROGATIVE COURT OF CANTERBURY, 1610-1857 -Coldham. Brief abstracts: name of deceased, residence (England, Wales, or America), administrator, probate date, next of kin. Indexes: names, ships, places.

AMERICAN MILITIA IN THE FRONTIER WARS, 1790-1796 - by Murtie June Clark, 1990. These militia lists copied from National Archives records concern Ky., Ohio, S.W. Territory (Tenn.), Va., N.J., Pa., and Ga.  Complete name index; chronology of events; valuable introduction on historical background. (Supplementing Ohio's meager references are pages from local sources, inserted by Adele Blanton.)

AN UNFORGOTTEN TRAIL 1792 - 1992. Soft-cover booklet, 67 p. Published to commemorate the 200th anniversary of The Battle of Grassy Run. The skirmish was between Simon Kenton, Shawnee Warrior Tecumseh, and their followers on March 16, 1792 at the place where Grassy Run empties into East Fork of the Little Miami River in Jackson Township, Clermont County, OH. Donated by Ida Roudebush Kennard.

ANCESTORING XIII - pub. of the Augusta Genealogical Society (Georgia), 1990. This vol. has excellent info. from court, church, and cemetery records of the Augusta area, plus interesting articles of Pa.-Ga. migration and of Confederate settlements in Mexico.

ANCESTRAL TRACKS TO CLERMONT -AND BEYOND - HUTCHINSON, ABERNATHY, SHADE, NEEDHAM. 1996. Hollifield. Soft-cover, 1,050 p., index. A very comprehensive work on these four early Clermont County, OH families. Compiled and donated to the Society by Mary Ann Needham Hollifield.

ANCESTRY'S RED BOOK - AMERICAN STATE, COUNTY & TOWN SOURCES - ed. Alice Eicholz, (revised ed., 1992). This improved publication is the finest genealogical reference book of its kind, providing various categories of records, plus sources and addresses for research work in each State.

ANCESTRY'S RED BOOK: AMERICAN STATE, COUNTY & TOWN SOURCES - ed. Alice Eicholz, (1989).  Arranged according to States, this outstanding book provides information on most of the genealogical sources a researcher would think of using: local government records, vital records, censuses, newspapers, land records, probate court, tax, cemetery, church, military. Special sections discuss resources for Native Americans and for Black Americans. Libraries and societies are listed, with addresses. State maps are shown, with their counties and waterways. Charts list the counties, their dates of formation, parent counties, court houses and addresses, and records available.

ANDERSON STATE ROAD. Material concerning the route of the old Anderson State Road through Clermont County. Research was conducted by Alma Aicholtz Smith, President of the Clermont County Historical Society.  Alma, a CCGS member, donated a copy to the Society.

ANNA SHAW DUMFORD (b. 1898-d. 1991 COLLECTION. This is a collection of genealogical and historical material from the estate of the late Mrs. Dumford. The material covers mainly Clermont & Brown Counties, Ohio with some pertaining to the surrounding area. Mrs. Dumford was a Clermont County resident. She was the organizing president of The Anthony Shaw Chapter, Georgetown, Ohio (of Ohio) National Society of Colonial Dames XVII Century.

APPLIED GENEALOGY - Eugene A. Stratton, (1988). Whether you are merely curious about the subject of genealogy or are intent upon improving your procedures, this book is recommended for enjoyable reading.  (Available for borrowing.)

ARCHARD FAMILY, THE 1992. Report -folder bound. Material on this early Clermont Family that was related to the John Hays Family. Compiled and donated by Ellen Kirkpatrick Davison.

ARCHIVAL QUALITY MATERIALS - FOR CONSERVATION, RESTORATION AND PRESERVATION.  This is the 1990/91 catalog from University Products, Inc.

ARCHIVES, THE MANAGEMENT OF. Reprint 1984. Schellenberg. Soft-cover, 383 p., index. Published for The National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C., by the National Archives Trust Fund Board. Donated by the Clermont County Adm., Ofc., and presented by Aileen M. Whitt.

ARCHIVES, NATIONAL, PROLOGUE - JOURNAL OF THE WINTER 1984, Vol. NO.4. Donated by George & Jennie Marshall.

ARCHIVES, THE : A GUIDE TO THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES FIELD BRANCHES - Loretto D. Szucs and Sandra H. Luebking, (1988). The first section of the volume describes each of the eleven archives and their holdings, while a second portion discusses the various records in their specific categories. Genealogists will value this book particularly for its references to the records of the Federal District Courts, which handle the naturalization cases, bankruptcies, and other matters.

ATKINSON - FISHER, ENGLISH QUAKER EMIGRANTS WITH WILLIAM PENN. Soft-cover book. 88 Pages.  Indexed. Compiled by Thelma Fisher. Published by Cox Printing Co, Wilmington Ohio. 1978. Donated to the Library.

ATLAS OF AMERICAN HISTORY, COUNTIES OF THE U.S.A.

ATLAS OF APPALACHIAN TRAILS TO THE OHIO RIVER, AN. C1998. Eldridge Softcover, 40p. The Appalachian Mountain Range was an immense rugged barrier to western travel. Only four major trails lead from the eastern seaboard through the mountains to the mighty Ohio River. Donor unknown-please advise.

AVEY AND EAVEY FAMILIES, THE CULTURAL RESOURCES OF THE, PHASE II: ARCHIVAL RESEARCH - MARYLAND. Soft-cover, 49 pp. C 1987. Compiled and donated by Michael Garland Avery.

AYER, RICHARD M. FAMILY BIBLE RECORD. Donated by Marjorie Ayer Ross.

AZ, SUNLAND MEMORIAL PARK SUN CITY, MARICOPA COUNTY, TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS JUNE 1961 TO JUNE 1991. Waltrip. 1991. Soft-cover, 226 p., index. Donated by Jane Keller Vaseer.

B. M. O. P. FIRE DEPARTMENT, INC. 1950-1985. Small booklet. Includes names of men who met on 9 October 1950 to file with the State of Ohio for incorporation of a non-profit fire department as well as names of men and women through the years to the present who are affiliated with the department. Fire and Life squad Departments cover Batavia, Monroe, Ohio and Pierce Townships in Clermont County Ohio. Donated to the Society by Clifford Hughes.

BACK TO BASICS: A MANUAL FOR SUCCESSFUL FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH: 'DIGGING UP YOUR ROOTS'. Especially for beginners, the Mormon volume covers the usual sources: home, libraries, cemeteries, funeral homes, court houses, State Archives, and National Archives. Donated by CCGS member, Pollyanna Gregg.

BAGBY-PENICK FAMILY - compiled & donated by Joan Penny. Group sheets on local families show Ky. and Va. backgrounds.

BALZHAUSER, HELVIG, KLAUDER, OLIGER AND WEIGAND INDEX. 1994. Knowles. Black three-ring notebook. Large volume of material tracing these families from Europe to America. Many of them settled in the local area. Donated by L.M. Knowles.

BARON, THE 1972. Hard-cover yearbook for the Amelia High School, Amelia, Ohio. Donated by AI & Dorothy Lenk.

BARRERE FUNERAL HOME RECORDS 1927-1953.1994. Thomas. Soft-cover, 176 p., alpha order. (This copy to be placed in storage for future need.) Donated to the Society by Ruth Nester.

BATAVIAN, The YEARBOOKS, 1950 THROUGH 1956. These yearbooks were once owned by Grace M. Little, who was for many years principal of Batavia High School. Purchased at a book sale and donated by Barb McCarthy.

BATTLEFIELDS, CHICKAMAUGH & CHATTANOOGA. Donated by M/M Orville Jones.

BEAGLE, CONKLIN, DAIR, FISHER, MARTIN, MILLS CHARTS. Three-ring notebook contains charts on these six Clermont Families. Donated by Maxine Brown Fisher.

Beckelhymer, DEEP ROOTS, (Beckelhymer Family) Donated by Edith Sipple.

BEHYMER, RALPH L COLLECTION. A large volume of material includes research done on his own surname Behymer, B'hymer, Beckelhimer and various spellings. Allied families: Robb, Ward, Bradbury and many others.  Donated by Lorraine Behymer, widow of Ralph.

BENNETT FAMILY AND RELATED LINES, THE. C1986. Hardcover, 300 p., index. Jean Allin, editor.  Published by Genie Plus, Inc. Compiled and donated by Stanley Otto Bennett.

BETWEEN THE MIAMIS 1770 - 1990. C 1990. Himes. Soft-cover, 145 p., index. A brief history of the area around King's Island, OH. Donated to the Society by Adele Blanton.

BIBLE, FAMILY RECORDS: BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. Most from Southwest Ohio and Southeast Indiana. Donated by Mrs. Ruth W. Smith.

BIBLE RECORDS OF FAMILIES: Whitaker, Payne, Stevens, Hulick, Wageman. Donated by Wanda Gonzales.

BIG SANDY VALLEY, THE. W.R. Jillson. Early history of Floyd Co., in eastern Ky. Several long lists of early settlers. Photos; index.

BINKLEY, CARR, CAUDLE, CRONE, FULLER, HARRIS, JORDAN, LITTLE, MARSHALL, MEEK AND STOUDER FAMILIES OF CLERMONT COUNTY AND SOME SURROUNDING COUNTIES. 1992.  Individually folder-bound material. Compiled and donated by Ann K. Maloney.

BLANCHESTER AREA HERITAGE. 1994. Blanchester Area Historical Society. Soft-cover, about 150 p., no index. This book covers this Ohio village from the time it was laid out on March 6, 1832 to the present. Purchased by the Society.

BOLENDER, BEGINNINGS OF THE FAMILY OF PETER AND (MARIA) BARBARA. Typed. Folder-bound material about this family which began in Cocalico Township, Lancaster County, P A. Donated by Harold G. Miller.

BOLENDER, BEGINNINGS OF THE FAMILY OF PETER AND (MARIA) BARBARA - compiled by Harold G. Miller, 1990. Local genealogy. Donated by the compiler, a CCGS member.

BOLENDER, BEGINNING OF THE FAMILY OF PETER AND (MARIA) BARBARA - THIRD EDITION. 1981.  Revised 1992. Binder-bound information on the family from the first generation, Peter Bolender of Cocalico Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to the seventh generation, Harold Gould Miller.  Donated to the Society by Harold G. Miller.

BOLENDER, DESCENDANTS OF PETER BOLENDER, 1999 Breller.  Three-ring binder, 35p. Contains charts, photos and other family information. Donated to the Society by Gary Breller.

BORING - MY 10 GENERATIONS OF BORINGS. Miller. Large soft-cover book, spiral bound, no index. Family history covers from Capt. John Boring, 1650 to Lester William Miller, 1993. Donated by Lester Miller.

BORING/BOERING/BOREN FAMILY INFORMATION. Folder-bound charts, group sheets and other material.  Surnames: PURKHISER, GUNNING, WINTON, BROWN, GLIDEWELL, HARTUNG, & WEINHOLD. Donated by Lester W. & Mary Ellen Peacock Miller.

BOWNE FAMILY, RESEARCH FOR IN MERCER, MONMOUTH, AND BURLINGTON COUNTIES, NEW JERSEY. 1997. Harden. Binder-bound material, index.. Donated to the Society by Dewey Harden.

Breckinridge, TO WESTERN WOODS. C 1991. Dicken-Garcia. Hardcover, 250 p., index. This book follows the migration process of the John and Mary Cabell Breckinridge Family from Albemarle County, Virginia to Lexington, Kentucky in 1793. Donated to the Society by a Union Township Library patron.

BROADWELLS, THE, OF CLAYVILLE AND THEIR ROOTS. Four booklets; Part I through IV. Edward L. Hawes, editor. Donated by Elizabeth A. Weir.

BROWN, CROSSON, FERREE, LONG, SMITH, SNELL & ALLIED FAMILIES. 1992. Three-ring notebook containing 71 charts. Compiled and donated by Joyce Jeffries Slaton.

BROWN/BALL FAMILY HISTORY: Several typed pages, folder bound, by P.R Orr.

BROWN, THOMAS BROWN AND MARY BALL BROWN. Folder-bound. 34 pages. Compiled from many letters received from relatives of the various branches of the families. Donated by P.R. Orr.

BROWN, ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH & MARY (PARKER) BROWN. October, 2001 Revision. Orr. Three-ring binder, 219p.,no index.  Joseph Brown was born 22 Oct 1770 in Virginia and died 24 Oct 1861, in Miami Township, Clermont County, Ohio. Donated by Paul R. Orr

BROWN, DESCENDANTS OF GEORGE & MARGARET BROWN AND GEORGE & HANNAH JOHN. 1993 revised.  Orr. Soft cover, 98 p. Index by Virginia Weirich Crystal. Donated by Virginia Weirich Crystal.

BROWN, DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS AND MARY (BALL) BROWN OF HAMPSHIRE CO., VA. (NOW HARDY CO., W. VA.) - by Paul R Orr, 1990. Acknowledged by Mr. Orr to be a compiled genealogy without documentary proof, this volume still may be helpful to researchers, if used with caution. Some of the family were Clermont Co. residents. Donated by the compiler.

BROWN - HATTEN - ARTHUR. Large three-ring notebook which contains typed genealogical information on Joseph Brown, Anna Brown Jamison Hatten and James Arthur. Compiled and donated by Paul R Orr.

BROWN, HUMPHRIES, VANZANT, TAYLOR, RIDER, McVEY, GARRETT, GRIMES AND SPURLOCK FAMILIES. Folder-bound. Photocopied material on these families with Clermont County connections. Prepared and donated by Rex and Marjorie Brown Sears.

BROWN, JOSEPH BROWN'S DESCENDANTS. Orr. Last revised 4 Jan 1992. Theme-folder bound, 38 p. Joseph Brown b. 22 Oct 1770, VA d. 24 Oct 1861, Miami Twp., Clermont Co., OH. Donated by Paul R Orr.

BROWN, SAMUEL, AND MORDECAI WINTERS, SOME DESCENDANTS OF 1992. Report-folder bound, 43 p. Pedigree charts of these families who were in Clermont County in the early 1800's. Compiled and donated by Audrey UIm.

BROWN, THE ORDER OF THE PURPLE HEART - AN ACCOUNT OF SERGEANT WILLIAM BROWN WHO BROUGHT HIS BADGE OF MERIT TO COLUMBIA, Ohio. Folder-bound photocopies of a 35 page book written by Marie Dickore, A. M. Published by the Society of Colonial Wars In The State of Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1943. Donated by Maxine Fisher.

BROWN, VINCENT BROWN (b. 1786 - d. 1853) OF KENTUCKY AND OHIO. Soft-cover book 626 p. Index. Twenty-six years of research. It covers some of the descendants of Vincent Brown and his wife, Martha Ann Allen, up until 1991. Compiled and donated by Robert Henry Brown.

BROWNING, THE BOOK - WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON BROWNING 1815-1883. Loose-leaf notebook, 140 pages. Compiled and donated by Amelia Baum Pivernetz.

BRUMLEY FAMILY Pedigree Charts. Compiled and donated by W. 1. Brumley.

BULLSKIN TRACE. 1979. By Norma Lewis, US Army Engineer Division, Ohio river and Richard Scamyhorn, Cincinnati, OH, Natural History Museum. Three-ring notebook, 35 photocopied pages. The Bullskin Trace, a significant prehistoric and historic route throughout the state of Ohio, extended south into Kentucky and north into Michigan. The trace entered Ohio at the mouth of Bullskin Creek on the Ohio River in the town of Rural, Clermont County and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Donated by Adele Power Blanton.

BURDSALL - CODLING FAMILIES, THE. Theme-folder bound a large volume of typed material. Compiled and donated by Aldred Burdsall Codling.

BURIAL RECORDS, EVERY NAME INDEX TO VETERAN'S - PRIOR TO WORLD WAR I. Records are in the Recorder's Office in Highland Co., Ohio. Soft-cover book, 30 pages. Indexed. Published by the Southern Ohio Genealogical Society, Hillsboro, OH.

BURNAUGH, CHARLES WESLEY DESCENDANTS OF Compiled, written and donated by Major Charles Robert Burnaugh Ret.

BUSHMAN, SEATON AND ALLIED FAMILIES. A large manila envelop of research done on these families.  Research done by Mrs. Arlene Zink, Durango, Colorado. Presented to the society by Margaret Guynn, a local Bushman researcher.

BY REASON OF STRENGTH. c 1951. Hardcover, 222 p. By Winfred Q. Brown. Printed by DeVorss & Co. Donated by Grace Brothers.

CADES COVE STORY, THE. Soft.cover book, 116 pp. By A. Randolph Shields. C 1977. By The Great Smokey Mountains National History Assoc. Gatlinburg, TN. About the community of Cades Cove, TN which existed 115 years between 1821, when families began moving into the cove to settle, and 1936, when the area became part of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Donated by Pollyanna Gregg.

CALIFORNIA, CENSUS, SAN DIEGO COUNTY, INDEX 1900. Folder-bound material. Prepared by North San Diego County Genealogical Society & Carlsbad City Library in 1981. Evelyn Jean White, editor. Unknown donor.

CANFIELD FAMILY HISTORY. C 1979. Kyle. Hard.cover, 588 p. Index. The Canfields were pioneer settlers in Randolph County, WV. Donated to the Society by Pollyanna Gregg from the effects of her late neighbor, Ruth Ann Morris, who was a Canfield descendant.

CARNAHANS, THE AMERICAN HISTORY OF. James Estel Carnahan. 1961. Donated by Mary Everhart.

CARTER PHOTO ALBUM. Theme-folder bound material, which contains many typed pages of information and photocopies of pictures. Some surnames are: ALLEN, APPLEGATE, ARTHUR, BODIN, COLVIN, DUSTIN, ERION, FROST, GELDHAUSER, GRANT, GUEST (GEST), HARLOW, HENRICI, JORDAN, LINDSEY, MANSFIELD, MA YHAM (MAHAM), MCFEE, MORGAN, OCKERMANN, POTTS, WORSTELL. Donated by Nancy Broemann.

CATALOG OF THE INLAND RIVERS LIBRARY - SUPPLEMENT - by the Staff of the Dept. of Rare Books & Special Collections, Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County, Ohio; 1989. This second catalog describes the recent acquisitions to the special library collection of manuscripts. books, maps and pictures, on U.S. freshwater navigation routes. For genealogists, the references to people who worked or traveled on the rivers are valuable. The "Library" includes lists of licensed pilots and engineers in the Ohio-Mississippi system, beginning in 1852.

CATALOG OF THE INLAND RIVERS LIBRARY. Soft. cover book. 156 pages. Alpha order by section.  Compiled by Clyde N. Bowden, Curator. Based on collection of the Sons and Daughters of Pioneer Rivermen.  Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton Co., Ohio. Rare book room. 1968. Purchased by the Society.

CATHOLIC SOURCES, U. S. - A DIOCESAN RESEARCH GUIDE. C 1995. Humling. Soft.cover, 105 p., index.  The information presented in this guide was compiled from questionnaires mailed to all of the Roman Catholic dioceses within the United States. All but three responded. Purchased by the Society.

CCGS LIBRARY HOLDINGS AS REPORTED IN NEWSLETTER LIBRARY REPORTS THRU 1997. Marshall. Binder, 76p. To be used as a starting catalog and to be added to annually as new references are acquired. Prepared and donated to the Society by George Marshall.

CEMETERIES, INDEX TO THE LISTED IN THE DAR CEMETERY BOOK. Margie Thomas.

CEMETERY RECORD COMPENDIUM, THE. John D. & E. Diane Stemmons. 1979.

CEMETERY RECORDS OF LAND BETWEEN THE LAKES (BETWIXT THE RIVERS) 1814 - 1982. May 1982. Maupin.  Softcover, spiral-bound, 85p., with 17p., index.  When the Tennessee Valley Authority (TV A) took over the area, it set about having it surveyed. They marked each grave with a number - even if they didn't know who was buried there. Donated to the Society by Margie Thomas

CEMETERY, THE MT. PISGAH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - MONUMENT INSCRIPTIONS. An A-Z listing on index cards. Compiled and indexed by Mary Evanshine. Donated by the Author.

CENSUS COMPENDIUM, THE U.S.. Compiled by John D. Stemmons. 1973.

CENSUS POPULATION SCHEDULES, BROWN COUNTY, OHIO 1820,1830,1840,1870,1880,1890,1900, 1910. Microfilm rolls purchased by the Society.

CENSUS, QUADRENNIAL, INFORMATION FOR YEARS 1847, 1855, 1875. Folder-bound. Indexed. Prepared by Barbara McCarthy. Donated to the Society.

CENSUS RECORDS: Other Stares North Carolina: Rutherford-Yancey Counties, 1850 New York: Soundex beginning with N, 1900.

CENSUS, SURNAMES LISTED IN THE 1790 UNITED STATES (from "A Century of Population Growth").

CENTENNIAL HISTORY & ROSTER SOUVENIR CLERMONT SOCIAL LODGE NO. 29 F&AM WILLIAMSBURG, OHIO 1815-1915 Photocopied from original in possession of The Cincinnati Historical Society. Sma113-ring notebook, 68 pp. Indexed. Donated by Barbara McCarthy.

CENTRAL CRAFTSMAN 1944. Hardcover, 132 pp. Yearbook published by Central Vocational High School, Cincinnati, OH. Donated by Albert and Dorothy Lenk.

CHANEY, WILLIAM 1897 - 1986. c1993. Chaney. Hardcover, 79p. William Chaney was born in Blowville, Clermont County, OH. Passed away at the age of 88 in Phoenix, AZ. Mr. Chaney was a 50 year employee of the USDA. Written and donated by son & daughter-in-law, Loren and Jacqueline Aiken Chaney.

CHAPMAN & RELATED FAMILIES.. 1999. SEDRIKS.  Three-ring binder, 78p. Family history information covering seven generations. Compiled and donated by Joanne Sedriks

CHEROKEE ANCESTORS, A GUIDE FOR TRACING AND HONORING YOUR - CHEROKEE PROUD. c 1996. McClure. Hardcover, 141 p. For the most part, early Cherokees were woodland hunters and fanners and they began to adopt a variation of the white man's dress during the Revolutionary War Period. Purchased by the Society.

CHICKAMAUGA, THE BATTLE OF. 1991. Eastern Acorn Press. Soft-cover, 50 p.

CHRIST AND ANNA DESCENDANTS OF ANTON BACH, JACOB DAMM, JOHN HARTMAN, GEORGE KREMER, AND JOHN YOCUM. Including local history and memorabilia of Sandusky, Ohio and surrounding areas. Compiled by Patty Dahm Pascoe. Hard cover. Purchased by Clermont County Public Library.

CHRONICLES OF BORDER WARFARE. Facsimile reprint c 1993 of the 1831 original. Withers. Soft cover, 330 p., index. An history of the settlement by the whites, of North-western Virginia: and the Indian Wars and massacres in that section of the state; with reflections and anecdotes.

CHURCH, HISTORY OF THE NEW YORK AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN WASHINGTON, DC. 1803-1961.  Hard-cover book, 369 pp. Indexed. Frank E. Edgington, 1962. Published by the New York Presbyterian Church, Washington, DC. Donated by Al and Dorothy Lenk.

CHURCH, INDEX TO THE HISTORY OF EBENEZER CHAPEL AT EDENTON, OHIO, . Folder-bound.  Indexed and Donated by Florence M. & Charles Smith.

CHURCH, INDEX TO THE MOUNT ZION METHODIST EPISCOPAL 1812-1922. Folder-bound. Indexed.  Donated by Florence M. & Charles Smith.

CHURCH, INDEX TO ST. PHILOMENA CATHOLIC, STONELICK, OHIO, REGISTER OF PARISHONERS 1855-1871. Indexed. Folder bound register donated in 1982.

CHURCH, INDEX TO THE HISTORY OF LAUREL METHODIST. Folder-bound. Indexed and donated by Florence M. & Charles Smith.

CHURCH AT NICHOLSVILLE, OHIO, MINUTES OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRD ANNIVERSARY OF THE CLERMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION HELD WITH THE, September 11th & 12th, 1919. Small booklet covering the proceedings of the Association. Donated by Albert and Dorothy Lenk.

CHURCH, AMERICAN, A SURVEY OF RECORDS. Revised 4th Edition. E. Kay Kirkham. Everton 1978.  Donated by Mary Evanshine.

CHURCH, MT. ZION CHRISTIAN CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, INC., CEMETERY RECORDS.  1991 Soft-cover booklet, alpha order, 22 p. Prepared (with assistance by Maxine Fisher and Barb McCarthy) and donated by Florence and Charles Smith.

CHURCH PARISH REGISTER, THE ARNHEIM LUTHERAN, BOOK I (1830-1860). ca 1988. Nishimoto. Hardcover, 142 p. Name index.

CHURCH PARISH REGISTER, THE ARNHEIM LUTHERN BOOK II (1869-1907) c 1992. Nishimoto.  Hardcover, 94 p., Name index.

CHURCH RECORDS, AMERICAN, A SURVEY OF. E. Kay Kirkham. 1978.

CHURCH, THE STORY OF ST. PHILOMENA. 1989. Softcover, 58 p. Members and former members of the parish contributed material. Compiled by Bob Burroughs. Purchased by the Society.

CHURCH, A HISTORY OF THE MONTGOMERY COMMUNITY BAPTIST 1981. Formerly Roeslawn Community Baptist Church. Spiral notebook, 95 pp. Index. Written by Dorothy C. Brueggemann. Donated by Albert and Dorothy Lenk.

CHURCH, MINUTES OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF THE CLERMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION HELD WITH THE WITHAMSVILLE BAPTIST September 21, 22, 1948. Small booklet covering the proceedings of the Association. Donated by Clifford Hughes.

CHURCH M.E., WEST UNION 1886. (Old Scioto Circuit, West Union, Ohio.)

CHURCH, MINUTES OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIXTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CLERMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION HELD WITH THE WITHAMSVILLE BAPTIST September 22,23, 1942. Small booklet covering the proceedings of the Association. Donated by Clifford Hughes.

CITE YOUR SOURCES. Richard S. Lackey. Small soft-cover book. Donated by Margie Thomas.

CIVIL WAR, INDEX TO ROSTER OF SOLDIERS. Ten volumes. Donated by Howard Miller. The Society had the volumes rebound by the Ohio Book Store, Cincinnati, OH.

CIVIL WAR, LONGEST RAID OF THE C1999, Horwitz, Hardcover, 465p.,index. This is the first book length study of Brigadier-General John Hunt Morgan.  CSA’s "Great Raid into Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio in July, 1863. Purchased by the society.

CIVIL WAR DIARY OF DANIEL O. OGDEN, (12 Aug. 1861 - 26 May 1862). Ogden, a young man from the Milford area (Clermont Co., 0H.), participated in the campaigns in Missouri and was killed there. (Donated by Connie Young of Cincinnati. --Shelved with our military books.)

CIVIL WAR DAYS, THE, SOME CHILDHOOD RECOLLECTIONS OF IN OLD BATAVIA. By James B. Swing, Cincinnati, Ohio, Dee 1916. Photocopied for the Society from original pamphlet at the Cincinnati Historical Society.

CIVIL WAR GENEALOGY. George K. Schweitzer. Small soft-cover book. Donated by Margie Thomas.

CIVIL WAR ANCESTOR TRACING YOUR Bertram Hawthorne Greene.

CLANS OF SCOTLAND, THE. CI991.  MacDonald. Hardcover, 192p., index. The history and landscape of the Scottish Clans. Donated to the Society by Elaine Didday

CLANS AND FAMILIES OF SCOTLAND. 1999. Alexander and Fulton. Hardcover, 224p.,index. The history of the Scottish Tartan. A gift to the Society by Adele Blanton - In memory of Don Ward

CLARK, EDWARD CLARK GENEALOGY THE, 1676-1988. - Walter Burges Smith II. Beginning with the Clarks of Tidewater Virginia, this well-researched genealogy includes Judge James Clark (1765-1852) of Mt. Washington, Hamilton Co., Ohio, and his descendants, --many of whom were in Clermont Co. Photos, maps, name index.  Donated by local CCGS member, Ida Kennard.

CLERMONT ACADEMY, DANIEL PARKER, PRISCILLA MULLOY AND. Typed. Folder-bound collection of quotations from Daniel Parker's autobiography and selections from his wife, Priscilla's diary. Reflections on why and how they founded Clermont Academy. Donated by Thomas Parker Goebel, Los Angeles, CA.

CLERMONT ACADEMY, HISTORY OF - by Mrs. Sarah Preston Baker Parker. The old "Parker" Academy at Clermontville, Monroe Twp., Clermont Co., educated young people for many years. This interesting detailed history includes many students' names. Index is being compiled.

CLERMONT COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY NEWSLETTERS INDEX 1988 - 1995. 1997. Three-ring binder. This index includes all names, including maiden names, where possible, subjects & book titles. Names may appear more than once on a page. A gift to the Society from the following: Barbara McCarthy, Myra Erion, Mike McCarthy, Pollyanna Gregg, Don Ward.

CODLING FAMILY THE -BURDSALL CODLING FAMILY THE. Alfred B. Codling. 21 pages. No index.

COLLARD/COLLORD AND ALLIED FAMILIES. Folder-bound material. Contains chart and photocopied information concerning ancestors of William Adams Collord and his wife, Rebecca Severns. Donated by Marilyn Deel.

COLLORD, GENEALOGY AND A HISTORY, COLLORD CHRONICLES -. A soft-cover book. 113 pages. (Second copy) Donated by compiler, Frances E. Collord.

COLLINS - ARBUCKLE. Genealogy. 38 pages. Donated by Mrs. Eugenia Morlan McLean.

COLLINS, A SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF THE REV. JOHN COLLINS. 1854. Author not identified.  Three-ring binder, 122 photocopied pages, no index.  Rev. ColIins, a Methodist Minister of the Gospel, resided in Clermont County, Ohio for many years.  Photocopied edition (2000) of this book presented to the Society by John and Mille Emmitt

COLLORD CHRONICLES - A HISTORY AND GENEALOGY. Frances E. Collord. Soft-cover. 113 pages. Indexed. Donated by Marilyn Deel.

COLONIAL WARS, SOCIETY OF CONSTITUTION OFFICERS MEMBERS 1899 - 1902. Hardcover, 829 pp.

Index. 1902. Printed by H. K. Brewer & Co. Donated by Helen Fisher.

COLONIAL WARS, SOCIETY OF CONSTITUTION OFFICERS MEMBERS 1903 - 1906. Hardcover, 386 pp.

Index. 1906 in Boston. Donated by Helen Fisher.
 
COLONIAL DAUGHTERS, NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY, INC., 1896 - 1968.

Lineage book. Brooklyn, New York 1968. C. J. Krehbiel Co. Donated by Thelma Fisher.

COLONIAL WARS, SOCIETY OF: CONSTITUTION, OFFICERS, MEMBERS. (Vol. I: 1899-1902; Vol. II: 1903-1906.) These volumes list the Society members by each State, and their Colonial ancestors who served in military, naval or civil positions, --whereby they assisted in "the establishment, defense, and preservation of the American colonies". Index to ancestors, naming their services. Donated by local CCGS member, Helen Fisher.

COLONISTS, SIX AMERICAN AND THEIR DESCENDANTS. c 1995. Clark. Hardcover, 827 p., index.  Colonists: Thomas Newbold, William Rodney, George Hufford, Eberhard Ream, Edward Painter, Richard Bridgeford. Purchased by the Society.

COLTHAR & ALLIED FAMILIES. Notebook containing many family group sheets and other typed material. This is an updated version of the story of John Phillips Colthar, Sr., and his wife Barbara, parents of 14 children.  Compiled and donated by Margaret L. Burgage.

COMMONWEALTH (1620-1640), PLANTERS OF THE. 1997 Reprint. Banks. Hardcover, 231 p., index. A study of the Emigrants and Emigration in Colonial Times: to which are added Lists of Passengers to Boston and to the Bay Colony: the Ships which brought them; their English Homes, and the Places of their Settlement in Massachusetts. Purchased by the Society.

COMPENDIUM OF EARLY MOHAWK VALLEY FAMILIES. -Penrose. (2 Vols.). Surnames of this N. Y. S. region are in alpha. order, accompanied by records of marriage, birth, baptism, death, probate, military, pension, land, & censuses. References; cross-index; Tryon Co. militia list; 1790 Census for Montgomery Co.

COMSTOCK COMMEMORATIVE DIRECTORY 1877- 1975. Commemorative pamphlet of the Virginia City, Nevada Telephone Exchange History. A limited edition directory, a project of the Storey County Bi-Centennial Committee, 1976. Donated by Al & Dorothy Lenk.

CONCISE GENEALOGICAL DICTIONARY - by Maurine & Glen Harris, 1989. A handy reference to legal terms and to words of earlier American usage.

CONFEDERATE RESEARCH SOURCES - Naegles. This valuable guide on the U.S. Civil War describes each Southern State's archives & libraries where records may be found, as well as the collection in the National Archives. In addition, each State's role in the war is summarized, and military units are listed.

CONFESSIONAL LUTHERAN MIGRATIONS TO AMERICA - 150th ANNIVERSARY. Soft-cover, 109 pp.  1988. Published by the Eastern District of The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod in observance of the 150th Anniversary of these Migrations of German Lutherans. Donated by Margaret Guynn.

CONNER, DESCENDANTS OF TIMOTHY CONNER AND SUSANNAH LIGHT, THE.  1998. Conner. Folder bound, photocopied group sheets and Bible records on these two Clermont County, OH. Families. Donated to the Society by Della Rorick, Paul E. Conner, and Walter D. Conner.

CONOVER PIONEERS AND PILGRIMS. Elizabeth Conover Kelly. Donated by the Author.

CONOVER FAMILY RECORDS. Records of the Conover Family in Clermont County and neighboring counties in the early 1800's. Donated by Elizabeth Conover Kelley.

CONREY BIBLE RECORDS and CROSBY LINEAL CHARTS. Both donated by Miss Patricia L. Crosby.

CONTINENTAL CONGRESS, JOURNAL OF THE 1774-1789. Minutes of the meetings of our nation's infant government, including many interesting references to the Rev. War. 34 vols., with 5 missing; indexed. Donated by CCGS member, Orville Jones.

CORBLY, REVEREND JOHN; LIFE AND TIMES OF AND GENEALOGY. Reprint 1970. Hardcover, 315 p., index. Donated by Ida Kennard.

CORY STORY, THE (Cory village, Peny Twn., Clay Co., Ind.). These selected pages from the new book contain much genealogy of Clermont Co. families: Christy, Gilbert, Lindsay, Laycock, Fagin, Donham, Jackson, Hixon, Reece, Wheeler.  Donated by Tony VonGundy.

CRAFTING YOUR OWN HERITAGE ALBUM. C2000. Braun. Softcover, 128p., index.  Donated to the Sociery by Bev Kirschner Braun

CRASE AND ALLIED FAMILIES. A collection of data in folder form. Donated by Mrs. B. R. Mickam.

Crown Myself With Honor, TO, CI997, Gatch/Knepp. Soft cover, 176p.,no index.

CRUSADE STORY, THE. By Hugh S. Fullerton. As it appears in EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE June 1919,46 years after it began in 1873. Centennial Souvenir Booklet, by Mother Thompson W.C.T.U. Hillsboro, Ohio, October 1973. Donated by Maxine Fisher.

CUMBERLAND, THE ARMY OF THE. 1989. Henry M. Cist. Hard-cover, 289 p. Index.

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN R. CUNNINGHAM FAMILY HISTORY. February, 2002. McCarty.  Three-ring binder, medium volume of material; family group sheets, pedigree charts and other typed sheets. No index. John R. Cunningham married Sarah McKinley on June 12, 1823 in Batavia, Clermont County, OH.  Donated by Mary Anne McCarty

CURLESS, OUR ANCESTORS AND WHERE THEY CAME FROM. CURLESS, TOOLE, VAN BLAIR, MCLAUGHLIN, O'DONNELL, WHITE, SEALS, WIGGLESWORTH, MICHAEL, SMITH AND ZOOK. 1998. Curless. Three-ring binder. Donated by William T. Curless

CURLIS FAMILY, RESEARCH FOR THE - CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO. No date given. Harden. Binder bound, 20p., no index. Donated by Dewey E. Harden.

CURREN, MICHAEL AND SARAH CRAWFORD OF COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO THE FAMILY OF - by J. Douglas Bradshaw, 1989. Robinson and Lamonds families are included. None were of Clermont Co. Donated by the compiler.

CURRIER, ANCESTRY OF PHILLIP JOSEPH CURRIER. C2000. Currier. Hardcover, 971 p., index.  Additional pages of ancestor charts. This book is the result of thirty-two years of research. Donated to the Society by Phillip J. Currier

CURRIER FAMILY RECORDS OF USA AND CANADA VOLUME I, II, & III. INDEXES. C. 1984.  Currier. Hardcover, 663p, 397p, & 206p. Some listed in the Place Name Index as Cincinnati, OH and Newport, KY. Donated to the Society by Philip J. Currier