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October 21, 2011
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URL : http://myplace.frontier.com/~williamgschmidt/93rdovi/index.htm
TITLE : 93rd Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry
DESCRIPTION : Complete rosters, battle lists, history of the 93rd Ohio. 1,100 men from Montgomery, Preble and Hamilton County, Ohio.

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URL :
TITLE : A Few Examples Found on Facebook:
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URL : https://www.facebook.com/groups/genealogy101/
TITLE : Facebook | Genealogy
DESCRIPTION : A place for all who are researching their family history to post and share information. Please introduce yourself, tell us the surnames you are researching and any other information you can provide, location, first names, birth dates, death dates etc.

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URL : http://www.jdoqocy.com/click-1029688-10470501?url=http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.occupations.mining/mb.ashx
TITLE : Ancestry.com - Message Boards - Mining
DESCRIPTION : The website allows the posting of information and queries related to miners. There are several state specific message boards listed under the category UNITED STATES and UNITED KINGDOM, but queries for other states may be posted under the GENERAL category.

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URL : http://barrettbranches.blogspot.com/
TITLE : BARRETT Branches
DESCRIPTION : My Barrett lineage has been documented back to NC/OH/IL/KS/OK on my direct lineage. I know there is documentation out there to provide earlier generations for the "cousins" out there and will be happy to hear from you.

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URL : http://www.dundeecity.gov.uk/environment/bereavementservices/
TITLE : Bereavement Services - A Guide to the Cits Cemeteries - Dundee City Council
DESCRIPTION :

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URL : http://www.carlukehistory.co.uk/
TITLE : Carluke Parish Historical Society
DESCRIPTION : Seeking Scottish ancestors? Leave your family names, dates and email (kept private) on our searchable Anything Carluke database and browse our unique galleries of pictures, documents and anecdotes, which have not previously been published on any other site. Carluke, S. Lanarkshire, Scotland.

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URL : http://www.cloneyduncangenealogy.com/
TITLE : Cloney of Ireland & Duncan of Scotland
DESCRIPTION : A genealogical site for the Cloney family of southwestern Michigan and Duncan family of Wisconsin. Surnames include CLONEY, DUNCAN, CAVANAUGH, McHUGH, GARDNER, KILBY, CLEMONS, PEASE and MAHARD.

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URL : http://home.comcast.net/~jcoulter27/site/
TITLE : Coulter Family History - Coulter's of Sugar Ridge
DESCRIPTION : My family and I have written our genealogy book called "The Coulter's of Williamsburg, MS Genealogy & Stories." This is an updated version. With over 3,000 family members the book has grown a lot over the years. It has genealogy and stories of times gone past. We also have our memoirs that is called "Sugar Ridge: Memoirs of a Coulter Family" based on my grandfathers farm. My sister and brothers have generously contributed their stories for the book. The books are based on times gone by and places forgotten.

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URL : http://www.stlarchivists.org/index.php?pr=Directory
TITLE : Directory of Archives and Manuscripts Repositories in the St. Louis Area
DESCRIPTION : From the Association of St. Louis Area Archivists.

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URL : http://www.mygenpro.com
TITLE : FamLink - Scandinavian Genealogical Services
DESCRIPTION : Sherry Stevens, professional genealogical research in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Located near the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, UT.

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URL : http://www.weareforeverfamily.weebly.com
TITLE : Forever Family
DESCRIPTION : Claxton, Dawson, Eertmoed, Shaver and many more names. Searching Tennessee and many other states.

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URL : http://www.genpa.org
TITLE : Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania
DESCRIPTION : Our mission is to provide leadership and support in promoting genealogy through education, preservation, and access to Pennsylvania-related genealogical information. Founded in 1892 as a non-profit organization, the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (GSP) was among the first in the United States to recognize the value of collecting and preserving the vital and personal records of those ancestors whose lives now comprise our American History. GSP is committed to preserving and publishing heretofore unpublished primary sources. The continuing dedication to this service enables the Society to make an increasingly significant contribution to the cultural life of our city, state, and country. immigration into and out of Pennsylvania.

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URL : http://www.genealogical.com/index.php?main_page=products_state&ref=1000&state=Vermont
TITLE : Genealogical.com - Vermont
DESCRIPTION : The online store of Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. & Clearfield Company.

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URL : http://www.genealogical.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&ref=1000&item_number=5142
TITLE : Supplement to Torrey's New England Marriages Prior to 1700
DESCRIPTION : A book by Melinde Lutz Sanborn.

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URL : http://www.genealogybeginner.com/october-family-history-month-host-family-tree-party
TITLE : genealogybeginner.com - October is Family History Month: Host a Family Tree Party
DESCRIPTION : Article by Ramona Hartley.

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URL : http://www.cartoonbank.com/1991/good-news-mr-vanderfirth-weve-traced-your-lineage-back-to-a-woman-who-lived-in-east-afri/invt/111580/
TITLE : Good news, Mr. Vanderfirth
DESCRIPTION : A cartoon from the New Yorker.

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URL : http://genpa.org/publications/gsp-publications-diane-publishing
TITLE : GSP Publications - Diane Publishing | Genealogical Society of PA
DESCRIPTION :

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URL : https://sites.google.com/site/heffernan1942/home
TITLE : HEFFERNAN - 1942
DESCRIPTION : An ongoing History of the Heffernan Family in Australia. The family came from County Clare and settled at Kilmore Victoria.

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URL : http://historicalmarietta.blogspot.com/
TITLE : Historical Marietta, Ohio
DESCRIPTION : Newspaper abstracts from Marietta, Ohio.

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URL : http://www.irelandroots.com/
TITLE : Ireland Roots
DESCRIPTION : An information site to help find your Irish roots and uncover your ancestry including a list of Irish surnames and their origins from BARRET to WHITE, a message board and family trees.

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URL : http://library.marietta.edu/spc/index.html
TITLE : Marietta College Library Special Collections
DESCRIPTION : The Special Collections department of the Marietta College Library preserves rare books, manuscripts, photographs, paintings, and the Marietta College Archives. The website includes lists of holdings and links to digitized manuscripts and photographs related to Marietta, Washington County, and Southeastern Ohio.

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URL : http://marschgenealogy.com/
TITLE : Marsch Genealogical Research
DESCRIPTION : I have over 15 years of genealogy research experience and I know that compiling your family history can be a lengthy and frustrating process. Whether you have hit a brick wall in your own research or are starting from scratch, I can help you discover your roots and grow your family tree. My research focus is New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, but I have experience researching from Maine to Florida. I am centrally located to the major genealogical repositories from Washington, D.C. to New York City I am in a unique position to help you with your research.

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URL : http://bartonfuneral.com/category/obituaries/
TITLE : Obituaries | Seattle Funerals, Cremations and Funeral Home
DESCRIPTION : From the web site for Barton Family Funeral Service.

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URL : http://www.woolvett.com
TITLE : Our Family Genealogy Pages: Woolvett Family History & One Name Study Site
DESCRIPTION : Information on the origins of the Woolvett name.

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URL : http://genpa.org/collection/pennsylvania-civil-war-conscientious-objectors
TITLE : Pennsylvania Civil War Conscientious Objectors | Genealogical Society of PA
DESCRIPTION : Database of names of Pennsylvania men who refused military service during the American Civil War for reasons of conscience. Arranged by surname and by county.

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URL : http://photorestorationschool.com/
TITLE : Photo Restoration School
DESCRIPTION : Online photo restoration course, as well as free articles on photo restoration and genealogy where I share my old family photos.

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URL : http://russellancestry.blogspot.com/
TITLE : RUSSELL Ancestry
DESCRIPTION : The Russell family came from VA to KY to OH/IN. Welcoming "cousins" who may like to share information on earlier generations or documentation/pictures they don't find on this Blog.

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URL : http://www.shaunahicks.com.au/
TITLE : Shauna HICKS History Enterprises
DESCRIPTION : Based in Melbourne, Australia specialising in Australian genealogical research.

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URL : http://simonsongenealogy.blogspot.com/
TITLE : SIMONSON Genealogy
DESCRIPTION : Being a Simonson by birth (i.e. having direct Surname lineage), this has been a project to share what I have found and perhaps find others with earlier information or documentation/pictures of our Simonsons through the generations.

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URL : http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/mojudicial/stl_history.asp
TITLE : St. Louis Probate Court Digitization Project: 1802 - 1900
DESCRIPTION : Missouri. A collaborative project of the Missouri State Archives, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State and the St. Louis Probate Court. Probate files from 1802 to 1900 have been indexed and are available through the online database. To date, cases up to 1865 are digitized and images of the case documents are available for online research.

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URL : http://stafforddata.blogspot.com/
TITLE : STAFFORD Data
DESCRIPTION : The Stafford family came from NC to OH to IN/IN and beyond. The purpose of this blog is to bring Stafford "cousins" together and share what I have found and hope others will share their documentation and pictures of this family with others.

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URL : http://www.sweenyfiles.com
TITLE : sweenyfiles.com
DESCRIPTION : Research on hundreds of surnames, records, forum and genealogist services.

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URL : http://talbottresearch.blogspot.com/
TITLE : TALBOTT Research
DESCRIPTION : Talbotts from early VA to KY to IL to MO. This is to share information and perhaps other Talbott cousins with whom to share pictures/documentation.

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URL : http://www.howffcemetery.info/
TITLE : Tombs of the Dundee Howff
DESCRIPTION : Photographic and inscription collection of monuments within the Howff Cemetery in Dundee, Scotland. Also included is a section about the history and some newspaper articles from the 19th Century.

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URL : http://www.angelfire.com/al/donnasweb
TITLE : Vernon Hood Ancestors and Decendants
DESCRIPTION : My genealogy and the genealogy of others in my extended family. Also, a guide to doing your own genealogy.

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URL : http://www.whitesideancestry.org
TITLE : WHITESIDE Family Association
DESCRIPTION : The Association website is to provide genealogy and historical data for the original Whytsyd family with it many variations from Whiteside, Whitesides, Whitside, Whitsitt, Whitsett, Whytsice and others. It provides extensive additional data for members and has an extensive DNA project with over 77 participants.

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URL : http://whitside.org
TITLE : Whitside.org - Whitside Family History & Genealogy
DESCRIPTION : The history and genealogy of the Whitside (not Whiteside) family from the emigrant ancestor William H. Whitside from N. Ireland in 1842. Both Canadian and USA families included. Also some Cameron, Sovereen and Heath genealogy.

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URL : http://www.thewinchesters.net/
TITLE : Winchester Genealogy
DESCRIPTION : Descendants of John Winchester and Joanna Sealis.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc0806351152_georgeholberttucker
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Abstracts from Norfolk City Marriage Bonds, 1797 - 1850
DESCRIPTION : Abstracts from Norfolk City Marriage Bonds [1797-1850]. George Holbert Tucker. (1934). Compiled originally in 1934, Mr. Tucker's transcription of marriage bonds for the city of Norfolk, Virginia is the most complete collection of these records we know of and one of the most painstakingly assembled. The core of the volume consists of 3,600 marriage bonds, arranged in chronological order, as found in the Norfolk Borough Court House. Typically, the bonds give the full names of the bride and groom and their securities (sometimes family members). All persons named in the bonds are indexed at the back of the book. Mr. Tucker went to the extra length of establishing the correct spellings of all surnames and the betrotheds' actual fact of marriage by consulting the ministers' returns corresponding to the period of the bonds that are on file in the Norfolk Corporation Court. In perhaps a third of the entries, the bonds are annotated with notes from the returns disclosin!
g, for example, the name of the bride's father--who often was the security-- the name of the officiating minister, the church where the ceremony was performed, and so on. It was during his examination of the ministers' returns that the author discovered the early Norfolk City burial lists and baptismal lists of the Rev. Robert S. Symes of Christ Protestant Episcopal Church, 1809-1816. These two lists, naming 500 parents and children with the date of baptism, and 300 decedents with their dates of death, respectively, are also included in the body of the work.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc0806300752_williammontgomeryclemens
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - American Marriage Records Before 1699
DESCRIPTION : American Marriage Records Before 1699. William Montgomery Clemens. (1926). This interesting compilation contains the marriage records of many of the early colonists of New England, Long Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and the Carolinas. Its 12,000 recorded marriages constitute a directory of the earliest residents in America. Names are arranged alphabetically in block letters from A to Z with original spelling variants, and information supplied with each entry includes the exact date and place of marriage. This book is an outgrowth of twenty years of research in church records and in national, state, and town archives, and is the brainchild of the compiler of the celebrated North and South Carolina Marriage Records.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc0806315695
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Bishops' Transcripts and Marriage Licenses, Bonds and Allegations, A Guide to Their Location and Indexes
DESCRIPTION : Bishops' Transcripts and Marriage Licenses, Bonds and Allegations, A Guide to Their Location and Indexes: Fourth Edition. Jeremy Gibson . (1997) This is a guide to the location of Bishops' Transcripts and of the records connected with the issuance of marriage licenses in England, Wales, and Ireland, such as Bonds and Allegations. Also included are abstracts, calendars, and indexes to marriage licenses, published or not, and when these are lacking there is an indication of the arrangement of the surviving documents. English marriage records were maintained in a wide variety of ecclesiastical courts. Anyone searching for marriage records prior to 1837, when civil registration was introduced, will find this simplified guide to be of inestimable value. This new edition includes maps of ecclesiastical jurisdictions.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc0806306467
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Central Pennsylvania Marriages, 1700 - 1896
DESCRIPTION : Central Pennsylvania Marriages, 1700 - 1896. Charles A. Fisher . (1946) The bulk of this work is composed of marriage records of Union and Snyder counties, viz.: (1) Union County Marriages, 1795-1829; (2) Rev. G.J. Anspach, Marriages, Union County, 1831-50; (3) Rev. J.P. Shindel, Marriages, Snyder and Union Counties, 1835-87; (4) Rev. A.B. Casper, Marriages, Snyder and Union Counties, 1839-82; and (5) Rev. C.G. Erlenmeyer, Marriages, Snyder County, 1840-75. Other sections of the book include miscellaneous marriage records from other central Pennsylvania counties, 1700-1896. In all, about 15,000 brides and grooms are identified.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc0806300078_frederickwbailey
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Early Connecticut Marriages, Prior to 1800
DESCRIPTION : Early Connecticut Marriages. Frederick W. Bailey. (1896-1906). An extensive work, this is based on original records, mainly of the Congregational and Episcopal churches of the period 1651-1800. About 30,000 marriages are recorded, arranged by town and thereunder by church, and they give the full names of the brides and grooms, and the marriage dates. Each of the seven volumes is indexed.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc0806300086_fredericwbailey
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Early Massachusetts Marriages Prior to 1800
DESCRIPTION : Early Massachusetts Marriages Prior to 1800. Frederic W. Bailey. (1897-1914). This is the most complete collection of early Massachusetts marriages ever published, containing over 20,000 entries for the period 1643-1800. The marriages derive from records kept by the various county, city, and court clerks in compliance with Massachusetts law, and give the full name of the bride and groom and date and place of marriage. The book is divided into four sections covering: Worcester County; Plymouth County; Middlesex, Hampshire, Berkshire, and Bristol counties; and Plymouth County again, as transcribed from the first volume of the records of the Inferior Court of Common Pleas and an unnumbered volume of the records of the Court of General Sessions. This last section contains over 1,000 additional entries. Each section of the book is separately paginated and indexed, except for the last, which is arranged in chronological order.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc0806305452_elizatimberlakedavis
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Frederick County, Virginia, Marriages 1771 - 1825
DESCRIPTION : Frederick County, Virginia, Marriages 1771-1825. Eliza Timberlake Davis. (1941). Frederick County, with Augusta County, at one time embraced all of West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin. The 4,000 marriage records compiled in this volume (mostly bonds and ministers' returns) should be of particular interest to researchers whose forebears crossed the Blue Ridge Mountains.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=ara190_MarriageBondsZLancaster
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Lancashire Marriage Bonds 1648 - 1710
DESCRIPTION : Lancashire Marriage Bonds 1648 - 1710. For the Deaneries of Lonsdale, Kendal, Furness and Copeland, part of the Archdeaconry of Richmond. Edited by John Brownbill, M.A. Published in 1920. Transcripts of Marriage Bonds for Lancashire north of the River Ribble; also the western half of the North Riding of Yorkshire, and the southern parts of Westmorland and Cumberland. The transcripts give - date, names and parish of residence of bride and groom, names of bondsmen and witnesses. Complete with indexes of names and places. Very useful for family history research.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc0806305002_idajlee
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Lancaster County, Virginia, Marriage Bonds, 1652 - 1850
DESCRIPTION : Lancaster County, Virginia, Marriage Bonds, 1652-1850. Ida J. Lee. (1965). A wealth of genealogical information is contained in this modest volume. Altogether about 4,000 prospective brides and grooms are listed with dates and, sometimes, names of parents. For the convenience of the researcher the marriages are recorded in one alphabetical sequence by the surname of the groom. Additional important genealogical information such as the statement of widowhood and the place of residence is supplied if the information appeared in the original marriage bond. Lancaster County was formed from the parent counties of Northumberland and York in 1651. It was itself the parent of old Rappahannock County (formed in 1656) and Middlesex County (formed in 1673). Clearly, then, this work documents marriages from an important area and one larger than might at first be supposed.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc0806303077_alexanderssalleyjr
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Marriage Notices in the South-Carolina Gazette and Its Successors, 1732 - 1801
DESCRIPTION : Marriage Notices in the South-Carolina Gazette and Its Successors, 1732-1801. Alexander S. Salley, Jr. (1902). This is a valuable substitute for nonexistent public vital records for South Carolina. Marriage entries identify the names of the bride and groom and their date of marriage, their parents names, residence, occupation, and station.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc0806308362_kathleenboothwilliams
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Marriages of Goochland County, Virginia, 1733 - 1815
DESCRIPTION : Marriages of Goochland County, Virginia, 1733-1815. Kathleen Booth Williams. (1960). Goochland County, Virginia was carved out of Henrico County in 1728 and was the parent, direct or indirect, of nine other Virginia counties. The Goochland County marriage register upon which this work is based was originally compiled by the staff of the Virginia State Library and subsequently transcribed by Mrs. Williams. In all, it refers to some 3,000 brides and grooms and to another 2,000 associated persons (parents, sureties, and witnesses) mentioned in the register.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc0806346396_strattonnottingham
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Marriages of Mecklenburg County [Virginia] from 1765 to 1810
DESCRIPTION : Marriages of Mecklenburg County [Virginia] from 1765 to 1810. Stratton Nottingham. (1928). Mecklenburg County in south-central Virginia was formed from Lunenburg County in 1764 and today adjoins the North Carolina border opposite the counties of Granville, Vance, and Warren. This volume contains the only official record of extant marriages from Mecklenburg County. It was compiled from loose papers, inasmuch as no marriage register prior to 1850 is known to exist. The work consists of some 2,000 marriages in all and is arranged alphabetically according to the name of the groom. Each entry furnishes the names of the contracting parties, date of the bond, and name(s) of sureties. On occasion, the abstracts also indicate the bride and groom's address and/or the names of their parents. This work of vital importance to persons interested in Virginia genealogy concludes with a complete name index to the brides.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=ara10_paversmarriagelicences
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Paver's Marriage Licences
DESCRIPTION : Paver's Marriage Licences. Ed. Church of England. Diocese of York. (1909)

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc_recordofpennsylvaniamarriages_vol1
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Record of Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1810, Volume 1
DESCRIPTION : Record of Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1810. John B. Linn. (1980). The marriage records in this work were compiled from church registers rather than licenses. They cover 1685-1810 and comprise about 65,000 entries, arranged for the most part under both bride and groom. Over half of Vol. I is the marriage records of Christ Church (1709-1810) and Swedes' Church (1750-1810) of Philadelphia. The rest are records from churches at Carlisle, Chester, Falkner Swamp, New Hanover, Paxtang, and Derry. Vol. II has marriage records of the First, Second, and Third Presbyterian Churches of Philadelphia; Moravian church records of Bethlehem, Emmaus, Litiz, Nazareth, and Philadelphia; records of various churches in the counties of Bucks and Montgomery; and Quaker records of the Monthly Meetings of Buckingham, Falls, Middletown, Philadelphia, Quakertown, Richland, and Wrightstown. Also included are the records of St. Michael's and Zion Lutheran Church (1745-1800) and St. Pau!
l's P.E. Church (1759-1806), both in Philadelphia.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc_recordofpennsylvaniamarriages_vol2
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Record of Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1810, Volume 2
DESCRIPTION : Record of Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1810. John B. Linn. (1980). The marriage records in this work were compiled from church registers rather than licenses. They cover 1685-1810 and comprise about 65,000 entries, arranged for the most part under both bride and groom. Over half of Vol. I is the marriage records of Christ Church (1709-1810) and Swedes' Church (1750-1810) of Philadelphia. The rest are records from churches at Carlisle, Chester, Falkner Swamp, New Hanover, Paxtang, and Derry. Vol. II has marriage records of the First, Second, and Third Presbyterian Churches of Philadelphia; Moravian church records of Bethlehem, Emmaus, Litiz, Nazareth, and Philadelphia; records of various churches in the counties of Bucks and Montgomery; and Quaker records of the Monthly Meetings of Buckingham, Falls, Middletown, Philadelphia, Quakertown, Richland, and Wrightstown. Also included are the records of St. Michael's and Zion Lutheran Church (1745-1800) and St. Pau!
l's P.E. Church (1759-1806), both in Philadelphia.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc0806314761_SecondSupplementToTorreys
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Second Supplement to Torrey's New England Marriages Prior to 1700
DESCRIPTION : Second Supplement to Torrey's New England Marriages Prior to 1700. Melinde Lutz Sanborn. (1995). While this second supplement draws extensively on periodical literature (from 1991 to January 1995), it has a much heavier emphasis on the unpublished work of some of the leading New England genealogists, studies of English marriages of colonial immigrants, and studies of immigrant clusters, most notably the Great Migration Study Project and the Mayflower Families Through Five Generations project. As was the case with the first supplement, this work contains corrections, new discoveries, significant new biographical detail, or deletions from the original Torrey canon. It is a substantially bigger book than the first supplement (50 percent longer) and has an index of more than 1,500 entries. Absolutely indispensable for New England research!

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=qcd_supplementarylistofmarriagelicenses1898
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Supplementary List of Marriage Licenses, State Library Bulletin, New York, April 1898
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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=ARA189_StNicholas
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - The Marriage Registers of St. Nicholas, Durham
DESCRIPTION : The Marriage Registers of St. Nicholas, Durham. Transcripts of the Marriage Registers for the parish St. Nicholas, Durham 1540 to 1812. Includes a list of those people whose Banns called at St. Nicholas, Durham, but who were not married there. Complete with indexes of names and places. Transcribed by Herbert Maxwell. Wood, B.A. Published in 1918.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc_pensionrollof18351992_vol1
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - The Pension Roll of 1835, Volume 1
DESCRIPTION : The Pension Roll of 1835. United States War Department. (1835). The Pension Roll of 1835 is the most complete roll of Revolutionary War pensioners ever published. Compiled by the War Department under Senate resolutions of 1834-35 from lists of pensioners who had been enrolled under all previous acts of Congress, as well as from replacement records for those lists of pensioners which had been destroyed in fires at the War Department in 1801 and 1814, it contains the names and service records of approximately 60,700 soldiers, both regulars and militia. Information given for each soldier, in tabular form, generally includes rank, annual allowance, sums received, description of service, date when placed on the pension roll, age, and date of death or date of the law under which the pension was granted. Also included in some instances are statements giving the names of family members.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc_pensionrollof18351992_vol2
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - The Pension Roll of 1835, Volume 2
DESCRIPTION : The Pension Roll of 1835. United States War Department. (1835). The Pension Roll of 1835 is the most complete roll of Revolutionary War pensioners ever published. Compiled by the War Department under Senate resolutions of 1834-35 from lists of pensioners who had been enrolled under all previous acts of Congress, as well as from replacement records for those lists of pensioners which had been destroyed in fires at the War Department in 1801 and 1814, it contains the names and service records of approximately 60,700 soldiers, both regulars and militia. Information given for each soldier, in tabular form, generally includes rank, annual allowance, sums received, description of service, date when placed on the pension roll, age, and date of death or date of the law under which the pension was granted. Also included in some instances are statements giving the names of family members.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc_pensionrollof18351992_vol3
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - The Pension Roll of 1835, Volume 3
DESCRIPTION : The Pension Roll of 1835. United States War Department. (1835). The Pension Roll of 1835 is the most complete roll of Revolutionary War pensioners ever published. Compiled by the War Department under Senate resolutions of 1834-35 from lists of pensioners who had been enrolled under all previous acts of Congress, as well as from replacement records for those lists of pensioners which had been destroyed in fires at the War Department in 1801 and 1814, it contains the names and service records of approximately 60,700 soldiers, both regulars and militia. Information given for each soldier, in tabular form, generally includes rank, annual allowance, sums received, description of service, date when placed on the pension roll, age, and date of death or date of the law under which the pension was granted. Also included in some instances are statements giving the names of family members.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=gpc_pensionrollof18351992_vol4
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - The Pension Roll of 1835, Volume 4
DESCRIPTION : The Pension Roll of 1835. United States War Department. (1835). The Pension Roll of 1835 is the most complete roll of Revolutionary War pensioners ever published. Compiled by the War Department under Senate resolutions of 1834-35 from lists of pensioners who had been enrolled under all previous acts of Congress, as well as from replacement records for those lists of pensioners which had been destroyed in fires at the War Department in 1801 and 1814, it contains the names and service records of approximately 60,700 soldiers, both regulars and militia. Information given for each soldier, in tabular form, generally includes rank, annual allowance, sums received, description of service, date when placed on the pension roll, age, and date of death or date of the law under which the pension was granted. Also included in some instances are statements giving the names of family members.

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URL : http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1029688-10887650?url=http://worldvitalrecords.com/indexinfo.aspx?ix=qcd_whitleycountyindianamarriagerecords1838z
TITLE : WorldVitalRecords.com - Whitley County, Indiana, Marriage Records, 1838 - 1860
DESCRIPTION : Whitley County, Indiana, Marriage Records, 1838 - 1860. Augustin de la Balme

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URL : http://www.cartoonbank.com/1992/you-could-be-a-medici/invt/108542/
TITLE : You Could Be a Medici!
DESCRIPTION : A cartoon from the New Yorker.

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URL : http://www.cartoonbank.com/1988/send-us-200-and-well-send-you-your-family-tree/invt/114188/
TITLE : Your Family Tree
DESCRIPTION : A cartoon from the New Yorker.

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