Eminent Welshmen A Short Biographical Dictionary of Welshmen Who Have Obtained Distinction from the Earliest Times to the Present. T. R. Roberts
Wales: Eminent Welshmen: A Short Biographical Dictionary of Welshmen Who Have Obtained Distinction from the Earliest Times to the Present. T. R. Robe 502-9299 151212L
25 Surprising Marriages
(503pp. Masthof Press, 2006 reprint.) William J. Peterson
A Genealogical Record of the Descendants in the Male Line of Thomas Gawthrop - an Early Traveling Friend (Quaker), Volume 1 (Through the 8th Generation). Philip Evan Gawthrop
Gawthrop: A Genealogical Record of the Descendants in the Male Line of Thomas Gawthrop - an Early Traveling Friend (Quaker), Volume 1 (Through the 8th 501-G0399HB 121113G all
A Good and Valuable Officer: Daniel Morgan in the Revolutionary War
2016, 5½x8½, paper, index, 284 pp.
Antiquities of the Southern Indians, Particularly of the Georgia Tribes by Jones, Charles Colcock, Jr. Hardback
Georgia: Antiquities of the Southern Indians, Particularly of the Georgia Tribes by Jones, Charles Colcock, Jr. Hardback 159-055 151003L
Biographical Sketches of the Delegates From Georgia to the Continental Congress by Jones, Charles Colcock, Jr. Hardback
Georgia: Biographical Sketches of the Delegates From Georgia to the Continental Congress by Jones, Charles Colcock, Jr. Hardback 159-056 151003L
By one of Georgia's most prolific historians, this volume contains sketches of the lives of the following delegates from Georgia to the Continental Congress: Benjamin Andrew, Abraham Baldwin, Nathan Brownson, Archibald Bullock, Joseph Clay, William Few, William Gibbons, James Gunn, Button Gwinnett, John Habersham, Joseph Habersham, Lyman Hall, John Houstoun, William Houstoun, Richard Howley, Noble Wymberley Jones, Edward Langworthy, Lachlan McIntosh, William Pierce, Samuel Stirk, Edward Telfair, George Walton, John Walton, Joseph Wood, and John Joachim Zubly.
Blaine Joseph Lee Boyle "My Last Shift Betwixt Us & Death" The Ephraim Blaine Letterbook, 1777-1778, Joseph Lee Boyle, 2016, paper, index, 240 pp.
Blaine: Joseph Lee Boyle: "My Last Shift Betwixt Us & Death": The Ephraim Blaine Letterbook, 1777-1778, Joseph Lee Boyle, 2016, paper, index, 240 pp 501-B1776 N
CADDO PARISH, LOUISIANA HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHIES
Caddo Parish, located in the far northwestern portion of the state, was created in 1838 from Natchitoches Parish with the name coming from the Caddo Indians who were prominent in this portion of the country. In this volume, there is a brief history of the area from the beginning up to the time of the original publication in the late 1890s. Included is a collection of brief histories of many of the early families of the area. The family information comes from these families themselves so we would assume it to be fairly accurate. Southern Publishing
118 Pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, 8.5"x11", Reprinted 2016,
Captain Thomas Posey and the 7th Virginia Regiment. Cecere
Virginia: Captain Thomas Posey and the 7th Virginia Regiment. Cecere 501-C3584HB 151209L
CLAIBORNE PARISH, LOUISIANA HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHIES
Claiborne Parish, located in the north western side of the state was created in 1828 out of Natchitoches Parish and named for the first governor of Louisiana, William C. C. Claiborne. This parish began in about 1818 when John Murrell settled on Flat Lick Bayou and became the first permanent non-native settlers in the area. This volume contains a brief history of the parish followed by biographical sketches of many of the early settlers in the area. Southern Publishing
105 Pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, 8.5"x11", Reprinted 2016,
COMING OF ANGELS, BOOK 1: STRANGE HAPPENINGS
288pp. Masthof Press, 2017, M. J. Banks, ISBN/Barcode: 9781601265258
DeSOTO PARISH, LOUISIANA HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHIES
DeSoto Parish, located in the northwestern side of the state, was established in 1843 out of lands from Natchitoches and Caddo Parish. It was named for Marcel DeSoto who led the first group of European settlers to the area settling on the Bayou Pierre. Many people think this Parish was named for Hernando de Soto, the Spaniard who explored the southeastern United States. In this volume, you will find a brief history of the Parish and then a collection of biographical sketches of persons living there in the late 1890s. Since most of the persons mentioned gave the data to the writer of the material originally, we can assume they knew their family and background. Southern Publishing
71 Pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, 8.5"x11", Reprinted 2016
Detroit River Connections Historical and Biographical Sketches of the Eastern Great Lakes Border Region
USA: Midwest: Detroit River Connections. Historical and Biographical Sketches of the Eastern Great Lakes Border Region. Judy Jacobson 502-9153 151007B
Generations: The WPA Ex-Slave Narrative Genealogical Resource Database. Volume I: Ex-Slaves with Virginia Origins
Format: DVD, ISBN: 9780806380544
Published: 2013, James M. Rose
Grant Parish, Louisiana Histories and Biographies
34 Pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, 8.5"x11", Reprinted 2016, LA-0016,Grant Parish, located in the upper middle of the state was created in 1869 from lands taken from Rapides and Winn Parishes. In this volume there is a short history of the parish followed by some short biographical sketches of early families within the parish. Most of the information on each family comes from those individuals involved, and therefore, we assume they are fairly correct.
Hanson, Henson, Hinson, Hynson and Allied Family Names
Hanson, Henson, Hinson, Hynson and Allied Family Names: Early Records of the Midwest and Southwest United States. 501-M3737 N
Kentucky Barren Metcalfe The Crenshaws of Kentucky, 1800-1995
Crenshaw: Kentucky: Barren: Metcalfe: The Crenshaws of Kentucky, 1800-1995: A Genealogy of the Crenshaws in South-central Kentucky, Primarily the 501-P0501 N
Life and Times of Gen. Sam Dale, the Mississippi Partisan by Claiborne, J.F.H. Hardback
Dale: Life and Times of Gen. Sam Dale, the Mississippi Partisan by Claiborne, J.F.H. Hardback 159-023 151003G Gen. Sam Dale was a soldier, frontiersman, backwoods politician, and adventurer. Born in Virginia, Dale was active on the frontier as it moved westward through Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi. Based on personal interviews, the book describes his frontier adventures, his fights with Indians during the Creek Wars, his character and achievements, and relates the frontier and its customs in the style of the time in which he lived. Dale commanded a battalion of Kentucky volunteers against the Creeks in 1814 and carried dispatches for General Andrew Jackson from Georgia to New Orleans. After the war, he became a trader at Dale's Ferry in Alabama, was appointed colonel of militia, held various local offices, and was a delegate to the 1816 convention that divided the territory of Mississippi. He was a member of the first general assembly of Alabama and served in the state legislatures of both Alabama and Mississippi.
Madison County History and Biographies Extracted from "History of Kentucky" by Lewis Collins (ca 1882) and-or "Kentucky A History of the State" by W. H. Perin, J. H. Battle and G. C. Kniffin (1885)
Kentucky: Madison County History and Biographies Extracted from "History of Kentucky" by Lewis Collins (ca 1882) and/or "Kentucky: A History of the St 114-KY-0238 151205L
Maine Biographies Excerpted from Resources, Attractions, and Its People A History. 2 vols. Harrie B. Coe
Maine: Biographies Excerpted from Resources, Attractions, and Its People: A History. 2 vols. Harrie B. Coe 502-9718 151128L
Mr. Jay of Bedford: John Jay the Retirement Years 1801-1829
Carol Brier, 2016, paperback, index, ISBN: 078845711X
Murder on the Abarenda
The initial focus of this volume concerns the heinous murder that took place on board the United States collier Abarenda in 1908. It soon comes to light, however, that the brutal death of the ship’s second in command was but one of a series of terrible tragedies that befell the Weichert family. In their day, each of those incidences quickly became sensationalized stories in newspapers across the country. With the passage of time, those events slipped into obscurity — until now. Chapters include: Robert and Viola Weichert, with accounts of their wedding and children; Walter Robert Weichert’s Sea Service, touching on Abarenda’s First Officer, with testimonies of Third Officer Harry M. Bostwick and Seaman William Easton of the U.S.A.S. Abarenda and the official report of Walter Weichert’s death; The District Court of Porto Rico [Puerto Rico]; Carpenter Dickson’s Trial, with a chronology, statement to the petit jury by Judge Bernard S. Rodey, verdict and cause for an additional trial; Master Worley’s Trial with complaints by three seamen; Irons; Weichert in the Spanish American War; Widow’s Pension; The Weichert Family without Walter; Chief Officer Walter Robert Weichert’s Final Rest; More Tragedies in the Life of Viola Weichert; and, A History of the U.S.S. Abarenda. An index to full-names, places and subjects completes this well-written work.
My Somerset County Heritage (Hardbound Edition)
Hardbound Edition, 419 pages, 2016, 8.5" x 11
Now When I Was a Kid, Nostalgic Ramblings
Dan McGuire, revised edition 2008, Back When Books, ISBN 1403383758, paperback, 302 pp.
Nueces County, Texas Biographies and Southwest Texas History
Nueces County, located on the Gulf Coast was established in 1846 from a portion of San Patricio County and named for the Nueces River with Corpus Christi as the county seat. In this publication, you will find brief sketches of some of the early settlers of the area. Each of these sketches came from information supplied by the name sake to ensure accuracy.
Ohio Valley German Biographical Index
Don H. Tolzmann. This new compilation provides access to several major German-American works, heretofore unindexed, covering the German element in the Ohio Valley from the mid-eighteenth to the early twentieth century. These works are Cincinnati in Wort und Bild (Burgheim), 1888; Deutsche Chronik in der Geschichte des Ohio-Thales und seiner Hauptstadt Cincinnati ins Besondere... (Klauprecht), 1864; Early Nineteenth-Century German Settlers in Ohio (Mainly Cincinnati and Environs), Kentucky, and Other States: Parts 1-3 (Smith), 1984; and Cincinnati Sonst und Jetzt (Tenner), 1878. These resources are available in most large public libraries and in research, genealogical, and university libraries. This volume is of particular value to researchers interested in those rural and urban areas which were settled by German-Americans who came from the greater Cincinnati area, such as Lawrence County, Tennessee; New Ulm, Minnesota; Guttenberg, Iowa; Teutopolis, Illinois; and Oldenburg, Indiana. Individuals in the index are arranged alphabetically by surname; the source is given with each name but no other data is included. Altogether, 3,754 names are indexed here; non-German names in the sources are excluded. (1992), 2016, 8½x11, paper, 88 pp.
Rabbit Warrior : A Cape Cod Pilgrimage of Healing and Self Discovery
Rabbit Warrior is a captivating memoir of a transformative journey of renewal and discovery. Disoriented by intense mourning over the loss of both her mother and sister within a short time span, the author found consolation and reconciliation on a pilgrimage of solace to her beloved Cape Cod home.
Emotionally overwhelmed, Janet turned inward for personal healing and wholeness. As she quietly contemplated the meaning of life and death, the Cape’s wildlife became a voice for inspiration and revelation. Horseshoe crabs, lobsters, a great blue heron, and rabbits “spoke” to her of life: change and evolution, pain and suffering, death and dying. Supported on her journey by daily journal writing that exposed persons, places and memories stored deep within, she unmasked falsehoods, gave up protective “magical thinking,” and examined relationships in an effort to live a more authentic life.
Writers and fellow soul-searching travelers helped Janet dispel guilt, expunge destructive messages and peel away emotional layers accumulated over decades. As she traversed her soul, Janet resolved to move ever deeper towards her core, her spiritual center. A summer which began with overwhelming sorrow mixed with angry confusion, ended with transformative feelings of enlightenment, forgiveness, love and rebirth.
Janet hopes that both her memoir, as well as her summer reading list, will provide a template for other Rabbit Warriors who might wish to undertake their own liberating journey as well. (310pp. Masthof Press, 2016.)