DAMERON FAMILY. 1652 to present. Dorothy Gaynor Stein. 4 pages. Donated
by Dorothy Ficks.
DAR PATRIOT INDEX Published by the DAR. Donated by Howard Miller.
DAR PATRIOT INDEX - THE 1982 SUPPLEMENTAL. Soft-cover book. 145 pages.
Indexed. National Society of The Daughters of the American Revolution.
Purchased by the Society.
DAR PATRIOT INDEX CENTENNIAL EDITION PARTS I, II, III. c
1994. National Society Daughters of the American Revolution,
Washington, D.C. Large hardcover volumes in alpha order. Spouses' names
are spelled as shown in N.S.D.A.R. records. Purchased by the Society.
DART FAMILY IN AMERICA, THE. 1927. Bolton. Large 3-ring binder, 235p.,
index. Donated to the Society by Alan L. and Christine Moore in memory
of his gr.gr.gr.gr. grandfather, Colonel Justus Dartt.
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION MAGAZINE, Oct. 1990.
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION MAGAZINE NOV. '87 - MAY '89.
Issued by the National Society of the Daughters of the American
Revolution. Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Howard Miller.
DAY RESEARCHER. Newsletters pertaining to the Day Family, which
contains local DAY information. 1984, volume 2, Numbers 1, 2, 3,
& 4. Addie P. Howell, Editor. Donated by
Mrs. Margie Thomas.
DAY, JOHN FAMILY, 1772-1854. 121 typed pages. 3-ring binder. No index.
Clough Creek area. Donated by Carl E. Nichols.
DEAN, DESCENDANTS OF JOHN AND ANN B. (ISETT). 2003. Spiral, 45p..
index. Family with connections in Brown and Clermont Counties, OH.
Donated to the Society by Lois Derrough
DEDICATIONS: A CELEBRATION OF WOMEN. 1991. Folder-bound photocopied
material regarding a quilt square depicting a crazy patchwork genealogy
of Catherine Legner Seifert's life. The Legner family moved from
Newport, KY to Batavia, OH in the early 1900's. The quilt square was
one of many chosen by McCall's Magazine for their Dedications Quilt
Exhibition (See McCall's Nov. 1991 issue) which will be on display in
10 cities across the US in 1992. Donated by Catherine's daughter, Mary
DEERWESTER, DEARWESTER, THIERW ACHTER, THURW ACHTER THE, FAMILY OF THE
UNITED STATES. Published by Deerwester Book Fund 1977. Soft -cover
book. 128 pages. Not indexed. Donated by Warren Miller.
DELAWARE 1800 CENSUS FOR. Book.
DELAWARE GENEALOGICAL ABSTRACTS FROM NEWSPAPERS VOLUME I DEATHS FROM
THE DELAWARE GAZETTE. 1854-59.61-64 (1860 NOT AVAILABLE). C 1995.
Delaware Genealogical Society. Edited by Mary Pallon Richards.
Hardcover, 311 P., alpha order. Vital statistics in Delaware are hard
to find. With a few exceptions, they were not officially recorded until
1913. Donated to the Society by Pat Donaldson Mills
DELLER, Dappen der Familie Deller. Spiralbound copy of a family
genealogy, prepared by Robert J. Deller. This is a history of the
Deller Family 1713-2003. Donation by Robert J. Deller
DELLER, THE FAMILY TREE OF ADAM PETER AND MARY ANN HOFFMAN DELLER.
Mueller. Three-ring binder, 60p, no index. Some of the Deller
family lived in Clermont County. Ohio. Donated to the Society by Helen
THE DEMARIS TREE IN THE UNITED STATES REVISED EDITION TO VOLUMES I
& II. C 1998. DeMaris. Hard cover, pages not
numbered, no index. Revision of Volume I was done in 1979 and
Volume II in 1982. Contains info on the family in Brown &
Clermont Counties. OH. Donated by Furman A. DeMaris IV.
DEMARIS TREE, THE, VOL III. c1986. DEMARIS. Hardcover, 721 p. Index.
Includes origins of the family in Germany and eight & ninth
generations in the U.S.A. Many connections to Clermont County, OH.
Donor unknown. Please advise.
DEMENTS THROUGH THE AGES. - Holmes, 1991. A joint-effort of many
descendants, this 64 page loose-leaf volume is arranged by indentation
of succeeding generations. Pages 261-262 provide data on
Cincinnati-area families Dement, Pierson, Logan & Slaughter,
--relatives of CCGS member, Helen (Hutchinson) Miller. Name index.
Donated by Howard & Helen Miller.
DENHAM, GENEALOGY OF THE OBEDIAH DENHAM - MARY BALL FAMILY OF BETHEL
with Allied families BALL, BECK, FRAZEE, BURKE, CRANE, COX, PEMBERTON,
SOUTH, PORTER, FISHER, HANNA & others. This is a Xerox copy of
materials placed at the Bethel Library by Mary P. Bankhardt &
Miss Ethel Simcox.
DENHAM, WILLIAM DENHAM AND IDS FAMILY, THE HISTORY OF Three-ring
notebook with 165 photocopied pages from the original which was donated
to The Kentucky Historical Society on December 15, 1971 by the author,
a gr. gr. gr. granddaughter, Marie Gay Moody Foster. Also contains
information on the Beck, Burke, Crane, Sargent, South, Hill, and
Musgrove Families. Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Paul Crane.
DENMAN, NATHANIEL I. 1989. Siegel. Three-ring binder, 32 p., Compiled
and donated by a descendant of Nathaniel Denman I, Ethel Mae DeGraw
DIRECTORY OF FAMILY ASSOCIATIONS. - Bentley, (1993-94 edition). This
listing of 6,000 assoc. in the U.S. provides us with contact persons,
addresses, and publications. Spelling variations; related surnames.
DOBBINS FAMILY, MY . Large soft -cover booklet. Contains many charts
and group sheets. Compiled and donated to the Society by Barbara
DOLE FAMILY INFORMATION. 1998. Dole. Three-ring binder,
photocopied pages of charts and other material; which includes info on
the Dole and Armacost Families of Clermont Country, OH. Donated to the
Society by J.N. Dole.
DONHAM FAMILY HISTORY. c 1995. Trimble. Spiral bound, 249 p., index.
Covers compiler's family in California, as well as, local Donham
history. Compiled and donated by Scott T. S. Trimble.
DOUGHTY AND THEIR DESCENDANTS ASSOCIATED WITH CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO
1800 -1900. Folder-bound. Donated by Kensel Clutter.
DOUGLASS, GENEALOGY OF THE FAMILY OF DOUGLASS OF MASSACHUSETTS,
CONNECTICUT, VERMONT, NEW YORK, PENNSYL VANIA, OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS,
IOWA AND SOUTH DAKOTA, plus allied families of: BAKER, BLOSS, CUTLER -
1 & CUTLER - 3, JENNISON, MEITER, MOORE, MOYERS -1 &
MOYES - 2, SCOTT, WARNER, WHALE, WINTER Soft-cover booklet, 124 pp.,
indexed. Jan. 1987. Compiled and donated by Larry M. Wilson.
DOUGLASS, GENEALOGY OF THE FAMILY OF DOUGLASS. 1994. Wilson.
Soft-cover, 507 p., index. Covers Ireland, England, Massachusetts,
Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio,
Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, South Dakota and Minnesota. Also includes the
allied ancestral families of: BAKER, BARTLETT, BELGRAVE, BEST, BLOSS,
BOITHES, CHAMBERLAIN, COOPER, CUTLER, DEACON, FROST, GOODE, GOODMAN,
HINDS, INGERSOLL, JENNISON, JEPSON, LANGLEY, LONGBOTHAM, MASON, MA WD,
METIER, MOORE, MOYERS, PHILIP, PURCHAS, REED, RICE, SCOTT, SEARLS,
SHAW, STRUIT, SWIFT, TERRY, WAKEMAN, WARD, WARNER, WHITE, WHITMARSH AND
WINTER Donated by Larry M. Wilson.
DOWERS FAMILY REUNION AUGUST 16 & 17, 1997. Three-ring binder.
The Dowers Family Reunion was held on the above date in Batavia, OH.
The binder contains a large volume of pages covering the family's early
history in America to the present. Compiled by David Kauffman Smith,
Jr., and donated to the Society via the Felicity Branch of the Clermont
County Public Library.
DRAPER COLLECTION PRESTON AND VIRGINIA PAPERS CALENDAR SERIES VOL I.
1915 Reprint. McDowell. Hard cover, 357 p., index. Purchased
by the Society.
DRAPER COLLECTION TENNESSEE AND KING'S MOUNTAIN PAPERS CALENDAR SERIES
VOL 3. 1929 Reprint. McDowell. Hard-cover, 699 p., index. Purchased by
DRAPER COLLECTION GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS CALENDAR SERIES VOL 4.
c.1985 by the Wisconsin Historical Society. Indexed by Sam McDowell and
published by McDowell Publications 1985. Hardcover, 679 p., index.
Purchased by the Society.
DRAPER COLLECTION THE THOMAS SUMTER PAPERS CALENDAR SERIES VOL. 5.
c.1986 by the Wisconsin Historical Society, index by Sandra Howell and
published by McDowell Publications 1986. Hard-cover, 603 p., index.
Purchased by the Society.
DRAPER COLLECTION THE FRONTIER WARS PAPERS CALENDAR SERIES VOL. 6.
c.1991 by the Wisconsin Historical Society. Indexed by Sam McDowell and
published by McDowell Publications. Hard-cover, 308 p., index.
Purchased by the Society.
DRAPER MANUSCRIPTS, GUIDE TO THE. Hard-cover book. 464 pages. Indexed.
By Josephine L. Harper. Published in 1983 by the State
Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison WI. Purchased by the Society.
DRAPER MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION, (KENTUCKY): "SPENCER RECORD'S NARRATIVE".
This handwritten account by elderly Mr. Record (1842) tells of pioneer
days at Redstone (Pa.) and later settlement in Kentucky. 108 pp.;
indexed and donated by Kathleen R. Garner of Woodstock, Ga.
DREHOBL, THE JOSEF AND ANNA MARIA (LENZ) DREHOBL FAMILY. C. 2003.
Hutton. Hardcover, 516p.,index. Donated by Edward L. Hutton
DRONE, JOSEPH.FAMILY HISTORY THE 1817-1978. Contains information on
DRONE, McCORMICK, CROGHAN FEBUARY FAMILIES. 36 pages. Donated by John
& Ellen Wathen.
DRONE, 2002 SUPPLEMENT TO THE DRONE GENEALOGY 1620-2000---ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH F. AND MARGARET (BARTEL) DRONE OF GALLATIN
COUNTY. ILLINOIS. VOLUME I. C. 2002. Wright. Softcover, 43 p.
Donated by Rebecca Wright
DRONE GENEALOGY 1620 - 2000 VOLUME I. C2000. Wright. Softcover, 282p..
index. Ancestors and descendants of Joseph F. and Margaret Bartel Drone
of Gallatin County, Illinois. The 1998 book, THE DRONE FAMILY
1789-1858. covering the Drone's origin in France and their twenty-five
years in Clermont County, Ohio, has been greatly expanded into Parts I
and II of this book. Donated to the Society by Rebecca Wright.
DUCKWALLS AND ALLIED FAMILIES THE. Clyde Mitchell Duckwall, Jr. Donated
by Richard Bateman Miller.
DUNGAN, HENSON, RENOUDIRENODE, STANFORD, WALLRODT, GROSS, KAUFMAN,
WEESE/WHITE, Compiled and donated by
John W. Emmitt
DUNN GENEALOGICAL RECORDS - VOLUMES 1, 2, 3, 4, 5A, 5B. Theme-folder
bound. Each volume has an index. Compiled and donated by Gerald C. Dunn.
East Kentuckian Newsletter, Lexington, Kentucky. A Journal of Genealogy
and History, THE. Pub., by Clayton R. Cox. Issues: Jun 1979, Sep
& Dec 1989. Donated to the Society by Jan Jones
ELLIS COUSINS NEWSLETTER THE. Three-ring notebook containing Spring
1982 thru Spring 1987 (some missing). Published by Bill & Carol
Ellis, 1201 Maple St., Friona, TX 79035. Donated by Mrs. Karen
ELLIS ISLAND GATEWAY OF HOPE. C 1997. Burdick. Hardcover.
128p.,index. One half of the population in The United States today can
trace their ancestry to immigrants processed at New York's Ellis
Island. Donated to the Society by Elaine Didday
ELSTUN, DESCENDANTS OF ELI AND MARY PAINE. 1993. Three-ring notebook,
41 p., index. Covers eight generations. Donated by a descendant, Steven
ELY FAMILY, THE. Three-ring notebook containing a collection of
material on this family in America. George E1y was the founder of
Batavia, C1ennont County, Ohio. Donated by Miss Doris E1y.
ELY FAMILY, THE . Rev. Carl Elmer E1y.,
EMIGRANTS 1751-1776, THE COMPLETE BOOK OF. C 1993. Co1dham. Hardcover,
349 p., index of persons and ships. This volume brings the story of
English Emigration in the Colonial Period to a natural close. Purchased
by the Society.
EMIGRANTS 1661-1699, THE COMPLETE BOOK OF. C 1990. Co1dham. Hardcover,
894 p., index of persons and ships. A comprehensive listing compiled
from English Public Records of those who took ships to the Americas for
political, religious, and economic reasons. Purchased by the Society.
EMIGRANTS IN BONDAGE 1614 -1775, THE COMPLETE BOOK OF. C 1988. Co1dham.
Hardcover, 920 p.,. alpha order. Between 1614 and 1775, some 50,000
Englishmen were sentenced to legal process to be transported to the
American colonies. Purchased by the Society.
EMIGRANTS FROM ENGLAND TO THE AMERICAN COLONIES 1773-1776. C 1988.
Co1dham. Hardcover, 182 p., index. Because the British Government was
worried about an "epidemic" loss of population to the American
Colonies, it was required starting in December 1773 that every port in
England and Scotland submit reports of this information to the
Treasury. Purchased by the Society.
EMIGRANTS IN BONDAGE 1614 - 1775, SUPPLEMENT TO THE COMPLETE BOOK OF. C
1992. Coldham. Soft-cover, 86 p., alpha order. This
supplement is an attempt to gather together material relating to
transported convicts who either escaped detection altogether during the
first round of research or about whom newly accessible information has
become available. Purchased by the Society.
EMIGRANTS IN CHAINS (1607-1776). C 1992. Co1dham. Hardcover, 188 p.,
List of Ships. A social history of forced Emigration to the Americas of
felons, destitute children, political and religious non-conformists,
vagabonds, beggars and other undesirables. Purchased by the Society.
EMMITT FAMILY TREE. 1995. Three-ring binder, 84 p., index. Also
contains the families of: BATEMAN, DAVIS, Compiled and donated by
John W. Emmitt
ENGLISH FAMILY. 1995. Simmons. Soft-cover, many typed &
photocopied pages, no index. John William English came from New Jersey
ca. 1837 and lived near Bethel, C1ermont Co., OH. Compiled and donated
by Mrs. Rosemary English Simmons.
ESTEL/ESTAL. 1996. Estle. Non-profit ESTLE FAMILY FOUNDATION.
Binder-bound. Large volume of pages with family information. Donated to
the Society by Jack-Bobbi Estle.
ESTELLE FAMILY NEWS. The following newsletters: June, September, and
December 1998 and March and June 1999. Donated to the Society by Jack
and Bobbi Estle.
EVERHART FAMILY GENEALOGICAL DATA (1-roll microfilm) Donated by
Patricia R. Donaldson.
EVERHART FAMILY. Donated by Mary Everhart.
FAIRFIELD FAMILY, THE; INCLUDING THE PHILBROOK AND THOMPSON FAMILIES.
Typed, folder bound. Donated by Mrs. Luch Ze1denrust.
FALMOUTH OUTLOOK, THE. Two articles from this newspaper printed in
Falmouth, Pendleton County, KY. Covers the old fort near
Falmouth, also William Mountjoy, surveyor of Pendleton County, KY.
Donated by Margaret Strebel Hartman.
FAMILIES OF CADES COVE (TENNESSEE)THE 1821-1936. Second edition, 1988.
By A. Randolph Shields. Hardcover, 299 p., index. Published by the
author. Printed by photo offset by the Davis Printing Co., Maryville,
TN. Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Howard Miller, 1224 Sunrise Dr.,
Loveland, OH 45140. (Mr. & Mrs. Miller are also continuing to
donate the DAR Magazine to the Society).
FAMILIES HEADS OF At the First Census of the United States taken in the
year 1790 in Connecticut. Genealogical Publishing Co.
Baltimore, MD. 1980.
FAMILY HISTORY OF DIANNA MILLER MAYES. Notebook, 470 pp. Contains
information on Clermont Countian Moses EDWARDS and his second wife,
Catherine CORY OGDEN. Donated by Dianna Miller.
FAMILY GROUP SHEETS. Families: AMISS, NEWKIRK, WEAVER, CRABB,
EWING. Donated by Aileen M. Whitt.
FAMILY MATERIAL: MILLER, EWING, AMISS, NEWKIRK, WEAVER,
BEHYMER, OBED DENHAM, CRANE FAMILY, WAITE, SILL, SARGENT, PARKER, BALL,
ELISBURY, SALT, DUGAN, ERMLEY, THOMPSON,M ULREY, KAIN, BECK.
FAMINE IMMIGRANTS, THE. Lists of Irish Immigrants arriving at the port
of New York from 1846 - 1851. Seven hard-cover volumes.
Indexed. Ira Glazier, Editor and Michael Tepper, Associate Editor.
Published by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD. Purchased by
FEDERAL LAND SERIES, Vol. Four part 1- Grants in the Virginia Military
District of Ohio. Clifford Neal Smith. Purchased by the Clermont County
FELICITY FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOKS, THE CARDINAL 1965-69, 1971
& 1973. Donated to the Society by Joyce Edmondson.
FIRELANDS: HISTORY OF THE COMPRISING HURON AND ERIE COUNTIES. By W. W.
Williams. Published by Whipporwill Press, 1985. Donated to
FISHER, ADAM, THE LEGACY OF ( - 1757). Hardcover, 666 pgs., indexed. By
James S. Fisher. Published by Piscator Publications, Jackson, MS.
Copyright, 1985. Donated by James S. Fisher.
FISHER, PEDIGREE OF ANTOINETTE FISHER STEVENS. 1993. Three-ring
notebook containing charts and family group sheets on the Fisher Family
of early Clermont County, OH. Donated by Naoma Fay Thomas.
FITZWATER FAMILY, THE. Typed. Folder-bound. Compiled with assistance
from others, and donated by Rita Norris.
FLETCHER FAMILY, THE. 1985. Also includes the related lines of
CROSSMAN, HIGBEE (HIGBY, HICKBY), McCLAIN and SMITH. Large folder-bound
volume of photocopied material. Compiled by Elmer Welton Gyurin and
donated by Thomas G. Fletcher.
FLETCHER, ROBERT FLETCHER OF MASSACHUSETIS, CONCORD, 1637 FROM NEW
ENGLAND RECORDS BY WINIFRED LOVERING HOLMAN, S.B. AND LINEAGE TO CRAS.
E. SMITH, JR. 1985. Folder-bound material donated by Charles E. Smith.
FLETCHERS OF WASHINGTON AND FRANKLIN TOWNSHIPS,. An assortment of
photocopied information. Folder-bound. Donated by Elmer Gyurin.
FOWLKES, OUR FOLKS - A GENEALOGY. 1995. Fowlkes. Soft-cover, spiral
bound, 134 p., index. This book covers the ancestors of Dustin Kyle
VanOrne with descendants of the following family lines: FOWLKES,
JENNINGS, ANDERSON, PERKINSON, NELSON, STULTZ, BECKELHYMER, PURKlSER,
HARRISON, HOUGH, O'MARA, MARQUARDT, V ANORNE AND FISCHER Donated to the
Society by Eugene Fowlkes, Jr., via Edith Beach Sipple.
FRANCE AND CRAIGO FAMILIES OF SULLIVAN COUNTY, MO AND THEIR ANCESTRAL
FAMILIES, HENRY AND BECKELSHYMER VOLUME III OF SULLIVAN COUNTY,
MISSOURI ANCESTORS. Softcover, 135 pp. A gift of the author and
compiler: Dr. Lucille Dillinger Alexander.
FRANKLIN IN THE GREAT MIAMI VALLEY. Hard-cover book. 360 pages.
Indexed. Written by Mabel Eldridge and others, edited by Harriet E.
Foley. Printed by Rager Printing Co., Inc., Middletown, Ohio. Copyright
Franklin Area Historical Society, Franklin, Ohio. Purchased by The
FRASER/FRAZIER, BEATTY AND RANDALL INFORMATION. 2000. Martin &
Kress. Three-ring binder containing many pages of typed and photocopied
material. The Randall Family were early residents of Goshen, Clermont
County, OH. Donated to the Society by Judy Anne Kress and Janice
FRAZEE. Children of Joseph Frazee, Sr. all born in the 1600's. Donated
to the Society.
FRAZIER, SAMUEL HIS WIFE, REBECCA JULIAN & THEIR DESCENDANTS.
Virginia Knight Nelson, 1978. Indexed. Donated by Mary Evanshine.
FREE AFRICAN AMERICANS OF NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA. C1997.
Expanded Third Edition. Heinegg. Softcover, 825p., index. Includes the
family histories of more than 80% of those counted as "all other free
persons" in the 1790 and 1800 Census. Purchased by the Society.
FRENCH FAMILY HISTORY - American Genealogical Research Institute,
FRENCH COLONISTS AND EXILES IN THE UNITED STATES. J. G. Rosengarten. A
history of French settlement in the U.S. and Canada. Good background
FRENCH FAMILY ASSOCIATION -MEMBERSHIP BOOKLET, 1985-1986.
FRENCH FAMILY ASSOCIATION. 1987 & 1988. Three-ring notebook,
containing membership information and newsletters regarding the surname
FRENCH. Donated by Myra Erion from the effects of Doris Wood.
FRENCH FIVE HUNDRED AND OTHER PAPERS, THE. C.1997 Facsimile Reprint.
Sibley. *Hardcover, 308p.,index. This book is primarily about
Gallipolis, Ohio, which is in the south central part of the state. The
French 500 were a group of immigrants who migrated first to Virginia
and then to Gallipolis, settling it in 1790. Purchased by the Society.
FRENCHLINE, THE (10 issues), concerning the family named "French".
(Together in a notebook.)
FROM CORNER TO CORNER WITH JOHN CURRY, SR c 1985. By Lt. Col., James A.
Curry, USA Ret. Three-ring notebook containing a large volume
of material regarding the Scot Irish ancestry of the CURRY Family and
their immigration and lived in Virginia. Donated by a Curry descendant,
Miss Doris Ely.
FRYBARGER AND RELATED FAMILIES. Large soft -cover booklet. Contains 237
typed pages of information. Compiled and donated to the
Society by Wilma J. Brumley.
GARARD AND MARTIN STATION, THE. 1993. The Greater Anderson Township
Bicentennial Commission Inc. Soft-cover, Spiral bound, 72. This station
was the site of the first fortified settlement in Anderson Township in
1790. Donated by Maxine Fisher, Milford, OH, who is a member of the
Garard and Martin Descendants Association.
GARDER, THE GARDER - MALONE. Large volume of charts and typed
information. Folder-bound. Compiled and donated by Mr. John
GARLAND FAMILY, THE OF MD., KY., OH., INDIANA with allied families of
GATCH, SOUTH, DAVIS, A VEY TEAL CLARK(E). Donated by Margaret Cole.
GASKINS FAMILY AND RELATED LINES. June 1988. Large 3-ring note-book, 49
pp of material. Researched, compiled and donated by Paul H. Gaskin.
GATCH, METHODIST TRAIL BLAZER - PHILIP GATCH 1751 - 1834. A book about
his life in Maryland, Virginia and Ohio. Elizabeth Conner. Donated by
Dr. Richard B. Miller.
GATCH, Wartime Letters of Captain Asbury Gatch of the 9th Ohio
Volunteer Cavalry, THE. Gatch was born on January 25, 1834 in Milford
(Clermont County) Ohio. Donated to the Society by J.B. and Aileen Whitt.
GATEWAY TO THE WEST Vol I, II. Bowers & Short. Large
hard-cover, with indexes. Gateway to the West was a periodical from
1967 to 1987, which covered some of least accessible, yet most
important genealogical records of 76 of Ohio's 88 Counties. Both
volumes purchased by the society.
GATHERING THE GENERATIONS - A GUIDE TO FAMILY REUNIONS. A small
soft-cover booklet produced by Better Homes & Gardens. Donated
by Ed & Helen Johnson.
Geier, Fred A. 1866 . 1934. C1995. Geier Soft cover, 208p., no index.
This volume is a family history, as well as a corporate history of the
Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. Donated to the Society by Francis Maus
GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH DIRECTORY NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL. 1989.
Johnson & Sainty. Softcover, 848 p. Index.
GENEALOGICAL LIBRARY AND CHURCH HISTORICAL DEPARTMENT, HANDY GUIDE TO
THE. Ronald Cunningham. Everton. 1975. Donated by Mary
GENEALOGICAL QUERIES, TRI-STATE TRADER -. Includes surnames and county
index. 1968-1977. Donated by Mary Evanshine.
GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF WELD COUNTY, (COLORADO AREA) SURNAME SEARCH.
Booklet, 55 pp. Indexed. Compiled by Iris Jones and Debra Frazier.
Published by The Genealogical Society of Weld County, P.O. Box 278,
Greeley, CO. 80632. July 1986. Donated to the Society by Debra Frazier
and The Weld County Genealogical Society.
GENEALOGICAL USE OF CATHOLIC RECORDS IN NORTH AMERICA. Genealogical
research in Protestant and Catholic records in Ireland, and A list of
References for Catholic Research. Three articles in one soft-cover
booklet, 28 pp. Printed in Indianapolis, IN 1978. Donated by Ed
& Helen Johnson.
GENEALOGICAL SOURCE HANDBOOK. George K. Schweitzer. Small soft-cover
book. Donated by Margie Thomas.
GENEALOGICAL SOURCES FEATURING DR GEORGE K. SWITZER 2000.
Five, 60-minute videos: Ohio Genealogy, Virginia Genealogy, Obscure
Sources, Finding Your Ancestors' Parents, Frontier Religion and Its'
Genealogical Effects. Purchased by the Society.
GENEALOGIST'S ADDRESS BOOK, THE. 4th EDITION, C1998, Bentley,
Hardcover, Hardcover 832p. The book includes the following:
National Addresses, State Addresses, Ethnic and Religious Organizations
/ Research Centers, Special Resources, Index to Periodicals &
Newsletters, General Index and Yellow Pages Directory of Advertisers.
Purchased by the Society.
GENEALOGISTS, HANDY BOOK FOR - George B. Everton, Sr. (1971 ed.)
GENEALOGY, THE COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN. SEVEN VOLUMES. Hard-cover, 6,283
pp total, indexed. By Frederick A. Virkus. 1987. Published by and
purchased from the Genealogical Publishing Co.
GENEALOGY SOFTWARE, GUIDE TO SELECTING. Przech & Lowery. A
comparison of 15 different genealogy computer programs, plus related
GENERAL WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON CHAPTER, UNITED STATES DAUGHTERS OF
1812. On the Cincinnati chapter's 50th anniversary in 1982, they
published the chapter history, the list of members, and biographical
sketches of their 1812 veteran ancestors and families. Donated by local
CCGS member, Helen Miller.
GENTLEMEN FARMERS TO CITY FOLKS. A Study of Wallace Woods, Covington,
Kentucky. Joseph F. Gastright. Early maps of Covington area.
GEORGIA GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH. Schweitzer.
GERMAN-AMERICAN RESEARCH MONOGRAPH NUMBER 20 EARLY NINETEENTH SETTLERS
IN OHIO (MAINLY CINCINNATI AND ENVIRONS). KENTUCKY. AND OTHER
STATES. C.2004 Reprint Smith. Hardcover, 105p.,index. Given
to the Society by Adele Blanton, in memory of friend, Kathy Marschall,
professional genealogist. April, 2004.
GERMAN IMMIGRANTS: LISTS OF PASSENGERS BOUND FROM BREMEN TO NEW YORK.
Zimmerman & Wolfert. Vol. n: 1855-1862; Vol. N: 1868-1871.
Completing our 4-vol. set, these abstracts of passenger arrival lists
provide, for each person: Name, age, town of residence, yr. of
immigration, name of ship, date of arrival, National Archives microfilm
GERMAN IMMIGRANTS: LISTS OF PASSENGERS BOUND FROM BREMEN TO NEW YORK,
Vol. 1: 18471854; Vol. 3: 1863-1867). A valuable list: Name (alpha.
order), age, residence, year, ship, film reference. (Vol. 2 was not
available at the time we ordered).
GERMAN OVERSEAS RESEARCH, BACK TO YOUR ROOTS - A BASIC COURSE IN.
Cornelia Schrader Muggenthaler. Tape cassette of a speech, plus a
booklet, will help the researcher with record search in
Germany. Donated by Pat Donaldson
GERMAN, THE EMPIRE OF 1824. 24 MAPS. Compiled and re-worded by Larry D.
Jensen and Norman J.Storrer.. Donated by Mary Evanshine.
GERMAN ANCESTORS, AIDS TO SEARCHING FOR A helpful collection of papers
from seminars, put into a notebook. Donated by Dorothy Steel.
GERMAN RESEARCH COMPANION, THE. C2000. Riemer. Softcover,
664p., index. Revised Edition - Expanded and updated for doing research
in Europe and The United States. Purchased by the Society.
GERMANY TO AMERICA, TRUE etc. REGISTER OF 1709. Simmendinger.
GIST SETTLEMENT BOOK, THE No date given. Young. Soft cover,
spiral bound, 105p.,no index. Paul Young brings together in one place
for the first time, the many elements of the three Gist Settlements,
the largest slave relocation project in the nation. The settlements
were located in Brown and Highland Counties, Ohio. Purchased from the
Brown County Genealogical Society, Georgetown, OH.
GLANCY AND BEARD RESEARCH FROM 1977 - 1981. Gerald L. Glancy, Bellevue,
KY. 46 pages. Folder bound. No Index.
GLAS(S)COCK - GLASSCO SAGA, THE. Rev. Lawrence A. Glassco. Purchased
and donated by Jerry and Cheryl Lee.
GLAS(S)COCKS, THE OF ENGLAND AND AMERICA. Rev. Lawrence A. Glassco.
Purchased and donated by Jerry and Cheryl Lee.
GODFREY - SLICK ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. Mr. & Mrs. Eugene
Godfrey have both submitted their ancestor charts, including the
families of Godfrey, White, Jenks, & Grantham; Slick, Berkey,
Cook, & Marsh. Of these, the Godfrey and White lines are
Clermont Co. people. Family group sheets and documents are included in
this notebook. (Shelved with family history books.)
GOETZ, THE DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH GOETZ 1811-1872, 1995. Adams.
Three-ring binder, 477p.,index. Joseph Goetz was born in 1811 in U1m,
Baden, Germany. He married on 3 Aug. 1841, in Holy Trinity, Cincinnati,
Hamilton County, Ohio to Margaretha Brausch, born 8 Sep. 1823, in
Baden, Germany. Compiled and donated by Kathleen Carmichael Adams and
donated to the Society by Jaunita Goetz Reset
GOING TO SALT LAKE CITY TO DO FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH - Parker, 1989.
An important guide to your preparations for visiting the world's
largest genea1ogica1library. Floor-plans, maps, photos.
GOLDEN LAMB, THE. Hard-cover book. 68 pages. Book is about the oldest
hotel in Ohio, located in Lebanon. The hotel has shown
hospitality since 1815 to many U.S. Presidents and other notable
persons from both the U.S. and abroad. Hazel Spencer Phillips. 1958.
Oxford Press, Oxford, Ohio. Donated by Albert and Dorothy Lenk.
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN: GENEALOGY AND GRAVE HUNTING - by Richard E.
Miller, 1988. With brief instructions on getting started in genealogy,
this booklet focuses on gravestone epitaphs. Donated by Myra Erion.
GOOD SAMARITAN & CITIZENS CEMETERIES AFRO-AMERICAN BURIALS OHIO
TOWNSHIP NEW RICHMOND, OHIO. 1993. Whitt. Binder bound, 18 p. Compiled
and donated by Aileen Miller Whitt
GOODWIN FAMILY HISTORY. Folder-bound. Contains chart and typed family
history. Compiled and donated by Miriam C. Lundy.
GOSHENENSIS - 1928. School yearbook, all grades. In addition, R.S.
graduates, 1894-1928, are listed. Supt. Frank B. Hoggatt. Donated by
his daughter, Margaret Hoggatt Bailey.
GOSHENENSIS 1928 & GOSHENENSIS 1935. Two soft-cover books.
Published by The Goshen Township Centralized School, Goshen, Ohio.
Donated by Iris L. Runyan.
GOVERNMENT RECORDS, LOCAL. c 1980. Jones. Soft-cover, 208 p., index.
This book is an introduction to the management, preservation and use of
local government records. Donated by the Clermont County Administration
Office and presented by Aileen M. Whitt.
GRAVEYARD PRESERVATION PRIMER, A. c 1988. Strangstad. Soft-cover, 126
p., index. The book deals with all the aspects concerning America's
GRAY, PANSY NELLE GRAY HER GRAY. JONES. AND ALLIED FAMILIES.
VOLUME I PATERNAL LINE, softcover, 239p., index and VOLUME II MATERNAL
LINE., softcover, 239p.,index. Donated by William Paul Stone and Ilona
GREEN COUNTY SURNAME LIST, VOLUME 3, 1986. Soft-cover booklet. 58
pages. Compiled by Green County Chapter of Ohio Genealogical Society,
Xenia, Ohio. Donated by Aldred B. Codling & daughter, Janet
GROFF BOOK, THE, VOLUME I. c 1985. Groff. Hardcover, 432 p. index.
Covers all spellings; GROFF, GRAFF, GRAF, GRAEF, GRAFEUS &
GROVE. From Switzerland/Germany who were a part of the history of what
is now Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, during its first hundred years.
A Christmas Gift to the Society from Pat Donaldson.
GUIDE TO CEMETERY PRESERVATION. 1987. Soft-cover booklet, 16 pp.,
Prepared by The Ohio Genealogical Society, State Cemetery Committee.
Compiled & edited by chairpersons Teresa Klaiber &
Sharon Irby. Donated by Barb McCarthy.
GUIDE TO GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH IN THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES. Hard-cover
book, 304 pp. Indexed. Published for The National Archives
and Records Service by the National Archives Trust Fund Board, revised
1983. Purchased by The Society.
Guide to Genealogical Resources in Cincinnati & Hamilton Co.
OH, compiled by Connie Stenkel Terkeidia & Kenny R. Burck.
Published by & purchased from Hamilton Co. Chapter.
GUTHRIE, WILLIAM M. AND MARTHA M. McKINLEY THE KNOWN ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF. 1997. Lawlor. Soft-cover, 103 p., index. Contains
information on the Elrod and McKinley Families of Clermont County, OH.
Donated to the Society by Martin J. Lawlor.
GWYNN, JOSEPH OF CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO - HIS ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.
1993. Guynn. Binder bound, typed family history with charts
and group sheets. Authors and donors, Lester and Margaret Guynn.