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Num. Publication Title Type Author Year Subject Availability Photo
1A Gift to My DescendantsPaperback BookBarbara Samper2007 Biographical Sketches & Genealogy: families: Tilley, Howland, Brewster, Bowsworth, Benedict, Chalmers, Christensen, Geoffroy, Morey, Searle, Young, Howell, and Samper Lulu Publishing  
2Genealogy Gems: Ultimate Research Strategies from Season One of the Genealogy Gems Podcast Paperback Book and Digital DownloadLisa Louise Cooke2007 Research strategies and creative ideas for genealogists and family historians from the popular genealogy podcast The Genealogy Gems Podcast. www.GenealogyGems.TV Lulu Publishing photo
3The Genealogy Gems Podcast Podcast Lisa Louise Cookecurrent Podcast episodes, videos, blog, monthly newsletter, genealogy resources, research strategies, and creative sharing ideas. Genealogy Gems  
4Mock Family Historian Newsletter Barbara Eichel Dittig 1991-2006 Identifying early Mock/Mauk/Mack (German) ancestors and allied families. Web Site
FHC in SLC
Allentown Public Library
e-mail: Barbara Dittig
 
5Bells Jingles Small Booklet Barbara Eichel Dittig 1999 A collection of letters, articles and poems written by members of the Bell Family of Fountain, El Paso Co., Colorado 1927-1929. FHC in SLC
Allentown Public Library
e-mail: Barbara Dittig
 
6Ronald W. Frye's Internet Genealogy Web Site Ron Fryecurrent FRYE genealogy. Also author of "A Lifetime Remembered, A Lifetime Forgotten". Web Site  
7Quaker Genealogy Database Suzanne Johnston1999 Transcription of many of the early Quaker records in this country On Rootsweb
under 'gjohnston3'.
 
8The Ancestors of Manfred Lindner, Jr., Their Descendants, Siblings, and the Descendants of Their Siblings.   Manfred Lindner1999 Family Genealogy Altman, Bettmann, De Costa (Da Costa), Jacobs, Lindner, Siegenberg, Simons, Solomon e-mail: Manfred Lindner
Family History Library (LDS); Salt Lake City, UT;
Library of Congress, Washington, DC;
Newberry Library, Chicago, IL;
Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, IN.
 
9Frederick Golding Neale, Diaries and Letters 1921 to 1941 Paperback Barbara J.G., Neale O'Rand1991 Neales of Norfolk England Norfolk & Norwich Genealogical Society, Norwich, NR2 1LL, England  
10Smallwood of Cumbria Paperback Barbara J. O'Rand1993 Smallwood Family Family History Library of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 35 North West Temple Street, Salt Lake city, Utah, 84150  
11O'Rand Ancestors including Oran, Orand, Orrand and Other Diverse Spellings of O'Rand Paperback Barbara J. O'Rand1996 O'Rands Family History Library of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 35 North West Temple Street, Salt Lake city, Utah, 84150, Freestone County,Texas Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 14, Fairfield, TX, 75840  
12Smallwood of Cumbria Addendum Paperback Barbara J. O'Rand2000 Smallwood Family Family History Library of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 35 North West Temple Street, Salt Lake city, Utah, 84150  
13WE LIVED AMERICAN HISTORY: 1600-2000 Paperback, 236 pages Alpha Quincy2007 This book reads like a novel, but is the story of the descendants of one family, living the American experience from sailing on the Mayflower until today in California Alpha Quincy, 1529 Rancho View Drive, Lafayette, CA 94549; (925) 935-2582
e-mail: Alpha Quincy,
$27.50 plus $2.50 shipping
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14RUBIN FAMILY -- A Brief History and Genealogical Listing of the RUBIN Family in Kansas City, MO, including some of their CYBULSKI, SHLACHTICH, AND RITTMASTER relatives, and their origins in Veisiejai, Lithuania (formerly ishay/Wischae, Poland/Russia) Printed booklet; 8 1/2 by 11 inches; soft cover, 89 pages.Barney Rubin1998 RUBIN Family in Kansas City, MO, including some of their CYBULSKI, SHLACHTICH, AND RITTMASTER relatives, and their origins in Veisiejai, Lithuania (formerly Vishay/Wischae, Poland/Russia) Contact author;
e-mail: Barney Rubin;
phone: 925-838-7238,
mail address: 810 El Quanito Drive, Danville, CA 94526.
Also, copies are held by the following libraries:
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.;
LDS Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT;
Allen County Library,
Ft. Wayne, IN;
National Genealogical Society, Arlington, VA;
State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia, MO;
Jackson County Genealogical Society, Independence, MO;
Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, MO;
Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, CA
 
15EISBERG FAMILY -- A Brief History and Genealogical Listing of the EISBERG Family in Kansas City, Missouri, including some of their AGRONSKY relatives, and their origins in Novgorod-Seversky, Ukraine. Printed booklet; 8 1/2 by 11 inches; soft cover, 175 pages.Barney Rubin and Henry A. Snyder2004 EISBERG Family in Kansas City, Missouri, including some of their AGRONSKY relatives, and their origins in Novgorod-Seversky, Ukraine Contact author;
e-mail: Barney Rubin;
phone: 925-838-7238,
mail address: 810 El Quanito Drive, Danville, CA 94526.
Also, copies are held by the following libraries:
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.;
LDS Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT;
Allen County Library,
Ft. Wayne, IN;
National Genealogical Society, Arlington, VA;
State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia, MO;
Jackson County Genealogical Society, Independence, MO;
Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, MO;
Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, CA
 
16The Venter Family Genealogy Hardcover, 576 pagesRobert J. Venter2005 A comprehensive genealogy of Robert Venter, covering the ancestry of his six immigrant ancestors. Specifically:
* Johann Venter of Roth, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
* Elisabeth Weinig of Westheim, Bavaria, Germany
* Jean Baptiste Deutsch of Sarrebourg, Lorraine, France
* Madeleine Boell of Schiltigheim, Alsace, France
* August Johann Weigold of Auerbach, Hesse, Germany
* Margaretha Liebermann of Untersiemau, Bavaria, Germany
Includes autobiographies and photographs of currently living family memberes.
A very limited number of copies were published and none are available for purchase. Anyone interested should contact the author through the San Ramon Valley Genealogical Society. However, much of the information can be found on the author's web site at: www.venter.org  
17Robert Venter's Genealogy Home Page Web SiteRobert J. Venter Current A web site presenting all of the genealogical information contained in the book, "The Venter Family Genealogy" , described above. Author's web site at:
www.venter.org
 
18The Venter Surname Research Project Web SiteRobert J. Venter Current An internet meeting place for genealogists researching the Venter surname and all of it's variant spellings. Author's web site at:
www.venter.org
 
19The Venter Surname DNA Project Web SiteRobert J. Venter Current A Y-chromosome DNA project at Family Tree DNA, researching the origin and genetic lines of the Venter surname and all of its variant spelling, such as Venator, Fenter, Vinter and van DeVenter Author's web site at:
www.venter.org
 
20Bits and Shards About Spruce Pine Pottery and Its Potters Article in the book The Journal of Muscle Shoals History vol. XIII, p. 102-104 Wrenn, Ann Z 1993 Family incidents in Northern Alabama. Available through PERSI  
21Cemetery and Tombstone Restoration Article in Morgan Memories 13, no. 3, p.11-12 Wrenn, Ann Z 2006 Family incidents in Northern Alabama. Available through PERSI  
22Fanny Thacker (Washington) Minor 'In Account With' Cain and Davis Article in Morgan Memories 12, no. 1, p.16-20 Wrenn, Ann Z 2005 Family incidents in Northern Alabama. Available through PERSI  
23Franklin Delano Roosevelt visits Decatur Article in Morgan Memories 11, no. 1, p.12 Wrenn, Ann Z 2004 Family incidents in Northern Alabama. Available through PERSI  
24I Remember Brother Moses M. 'Modie' Morris [and another irreverent memory] Article in Morgan Memories 11, no. 4, p.15-18 Wrenn, Ann Z 2004 Family incidents in Northern Alabama. Available through PERSI  
25Temperance Vaughan Moseley Article in Morgan Memories 11, no. 3, p.8-11 Wrenn, Ann Z 2004 Family incidents in Northern Alabama. Available through PERSI  
26Who Was J. E. Doyle, S. C.? Article in Morgan Memories 13, no. 3, p.6-10 Wrenn, Ann Z 2006 Family incidents in Northern Alabama. Available through PERSI  
27Mason Tree Web Site Mason, Edward 2010 Ed Mason's family tree with over 13,000 individuals. Includes extensive notes, obituaries, newspaper articles and family history. On the internet:
click here
 

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