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Thursday, April 24, 2008

Finding Family vol. 1 no. 3 April 23, 2008

The Genealogy of the Adams Family, of Kingston, Mass. traces the Adams family back to 1677. This genealogy was written by George Adams and Theodore Parker Adams. The latter was the longest living graduate of Harvard University, according to newspaper clippings scanned along with a copy on file at Google Books.


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Written by Teunis G. Bergen, the Genealogy of the Lefferts Family, 1650-1718 is 151 pages, not counting the extensive index to individuals mentioned.

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If you are looking for the history of the Montresor family, you’ll be thrilled by The Montresor Journals, tracing this French Huguenot family back to 1096! But you will find so much more in this book. Montresor was the second engineer in the physical building of America. He includes a map of “Fords Across the Schuylkill River in 1777 From Potts’ Grove to Philadelphia,” a list of the original U.S. Army Corp of Engineers from 1759. There are numerous descriptions of day to day life, plus interactions with native tribes. Inside the front cover, is a copy of John Montresor’s signature along with a photograph.



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