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Subject: Re: Was Sir William Segar's daughter Anne a wife of Lewis Latham?
Date: Thu, 08 May 2008 08:46:55 -0500
> On May 7, 10:55 am, wrote:
>> pj.evans wrote:
>>> Thomas P Dungan has written a couple of - well, I think they'd be
>>> monographs - on William Dungan's ancestry. The major, more recent, one
>>> is primarily on the family of Richard Dungan.
>>> <em>Richard Dungan, master plasterer of London in Shakespeare’s time:
>>> a continuing quest for origins</em>, by Thomas P Dungan.
>> Have you seen this book? I have found it only in the catalog of the
>> Mormon library in SLC. At least there is an ISBN.
>> Doug McDonald
> Now that I'm home and awake and have it to hand ... the flyer which I
> have stashed inside the cover says from the author (along with his
> other works on the Dungan/Dongan family):
> Thomas P Dungan
> PO Box 1309
> Dandridge, TN 37725-1309
> Since this information is five years old, it may no longer be accurate.
I FINALLY found it in our university library system online
catalog system and ordered it up by interlibrary loan. It's interesting
that while we have a gigantic collection of 19th and 20th century
English/Scottish history.genealogy collection (registers, pipe rolls, etc.)
our more recent genealogy stuff is abysmal, while the University of
Chicago collection is quite good (but apparently not loanable on
interlibrary loan). Luckily it is in several other libraries that
do loan to us.
Generally, one cannot find something in our catalog without an ISBN.
This means that the old stuff has to be searched for physically,
on the shelves!