2 edition of Wells and allied families found in the catalog.
Wells and allied families
Guy Herbert Wells
1938 in Milledgeville, Ga .
Written in English
|Statement||by Guy Herbert Wells and Ruby Hammond Wells.|
|Contributions||Wells, Ruby May Hammond, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.W455 1938a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 pl., 89 numb. l.|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||39032323|
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Get this from a library. Welles and allied families: genealogical and biographical. [Catherine Jerusha Welles; Frances Simpson Welles; American Historical Society.;] -- Chiefly ancestry, with many descendants, of Thomas Welles (ca. ), who immigrated from Essex County, England to New England inand settled at Hartford, Connecticut in The Wells family of Louisiana, and allied families by George Mason Graham Stafford, unknown edition.
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The collection includes Martha Wells’ finished genealogies on the Wells family and allied families, as well as her notes, documentation, photographs, and helpful hints. application of the copyright: The books Faubion and Allied Families and Addendum Number One to Faubion and Allied Families are available for distribution, free of charge, to any family individual cited within either book or their direct descendents for private, non-commercial uses only.
The books may not be used for. Wells-Warnock and Allied Families by Lillian Douglas Wells Original hardcover copy. pages. Details the descendants through Henry Hamilton Wells b: 20 May North Carolina and Prudence Catharine Reaves b: 25 Jul North Carolina and their family in Florida.
Purchased. Roberts - Wathen and Allied Families. Typescript, FHL Book Item 7. [Robertson] Stanard, William G. "Aston-Robertson," The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 5, No. 1 (Jul. ) Digital version at JSTOR - free. [Robertson] Watson, Walter A. Notes on Southside Virginia.
1 day ago For almost six decades, Wells Grocery has operated in Hare Bay. Opened by Jerry and Elizabeth Wells inthe store is a callback to general stores and a symbol of rural Newfoundland. “The store still has its old setup,” says current owner Dean Wells, Jerry and Elizabeth’s son. Wells Grocery has sat in the same location since That was also the year Deamn Wells was born, so.
Evidence: George Mason Graham Stafford, The Wells Family of Louisiana and Allied Families (Baton Rouge: Claitor's Publishing Division, ; originally published, ), pp.
& Stafford states that Samuel Levi Wells himself recorded the names and dates of birth of his children in "an old book.". The Texas oil boom, sometimes called the gusher age, was a period of dramatic change and economic growth in the U.S. state of Texas during the early 20th century that began with the discovery of a large petroleum reserve near Beaumont, find was unprecedented in its size (worldwide) and ushered in an age of rapid regional development and industrialization that has few parallels in U.S.
The Stuart and Allied Families collection,contains materials related to the Allen, Stuart, Wells, Weems, Lum, Miller, Red, and Ulmer families. Legal documents reflecting the dissolution of the Allen Ranch, one of the largest estates in southeast Texas and subsequent creation of Houston subdivisions Allendale, Allen Farms, and Lum.
Read the digitized book:A history of the Hamblen and allied families - A history of the Hamblen and allied families WELLS (12) WENDORFF (12) This book is part of the Geneanet Library. This library offers to access hundreds of thousands documents: books, old newspapers, magazines, etc.
Search is free but access to the books is reserved. Ancestors And Descendents [Sic] Of James And Althea (Loose) Johnston book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This work concentrates upon families with a strong connection to Virginia and Kentucky, most of which are traced forward from the eighteenth, if not the seventeenth, century.
The compiler makes ample use of published sources some extent original records, and the recollections of the oldest living members of a number of the families s: 4. From Connecticut, ss Local Families and Histories New England Families, Vol. IV, Genealogies and Memorials, Pg.
"The WELLS or WELLES family of America is descended from the family " de Welles " of Lincolnshire, England. The de Welles family, who were Barons by summons to parliament, originated in the Vaux or Baux, Bayeux, or De Vallibus family of France.
Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, M.A., compiler and publisher, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), privately printed by Commercial Service, Waterbury, Connecticut, Page 43* Wilcoxson and Allied Families HOME* Page 45 Wilcoxson and Allied Families. The inventory of his estate, March,Estill Co., Ky., is in Book C.
They had ten children, six boys and four girls. CHILDREN: (b., N. C.) +68 Squire Willcockson +69 Samuel Willcockson +70 Isaiah Willcockson +71 Elijah Willcockson 72 Alfred Willcockson 73 Jesse Willcockson 74 Sarah Willcockson 75 Frances Willcockson 76 Mary Willcockson.
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Published by Forgotten Books () ISBN X ISBN New. Quantity Available: > Stanley & Allied Families, Vol. X was released at the JuneStanley Reunion in Canton, Ohio.
Although it is named Volume X due to the order of Thomas 1 grandchildren, it is actually the 6th volume NSFA has published to date. Welles / Wells Genealogy - ALS Genealogy Books Home – Surnames – States & Counties – Other Genealogy – Rare Non–Genealogy – Links.
The book, "History of the Welles Family in England and Normandy, With the Derivation from their Progenitors of some of the Descendants in the United States," by Albert Welles, New York, Power, Paul Edwin. The Garrison and allied families. (Bowling Green, Kentucky: P.E.
Power, ). Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Freeland (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England, Ireland, Scotland, and Holland.
In the 's, some settled in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia. This hardcover book has pages including many illustrations. The copyright and title page show as the published date.
The blue covers show just a hint of edgewear - no other signs of age - this book appears to have never been read. This is Volume 2 only that includes the Gates and Allied Families. VAA - VAL VAN - VAZ Vance Vann Vaughn-Vaughan VE Veasey-Veazey Vernon VI Vick Vickerman Vincent Vinson VL VO VR VU WAA - WAK Waddell Wade Wagner Wagoner Waites WAL Walden Walker Wall Wallace Walls.
Torrens and Allied Families This book by Robert McIlvane Torrens was originally Published in Jackson Torrance 5 a clergyman in Tunbridge Wells, England; married and left issue, Torrence and Allied Families Written by Robert McIlvane Torrence, published Read the digitized book:The Keim and allied families in America and Europe (Vol.
1, no. Fairfield and Allied Families Maine. 1 It is probably safe to assume that Stephen was born at Wells, York County, Maine, where his father had been granted land in in return for his services as a blacksmith. (Kennebunk, Maine: James K.
Remich, ; reprint Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company),99, Original data: Guthrie, Laurence Rawlin. American Guthrie and allied families: lineal representations of the colonial Guthries of Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, North and South Carolina, some post-revolutionary emigrants and of some allied families.
Higginson Book Catalog Listing for Tidwell Genealogy in Print Tidwell and allied families, by E.T. McCall. The original copies of these genealogies were usually printed in small editions - sometimes, only two hundred copies or less - and they are now very rare and extremely difficult for you to obtain for research, or to pass on to your children and grandchildren as precious.
The item The family of John Foust and Anna Barbara Albrecht and allied families, by Mozette Foust represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library. The index lists an estimated 7, individuals.
This genealogy includes about "Allied" families from which spouses are descended. The book is fully name and place indexed and source referenced with a coat of arms and sketch of the house built by James Stanclift in about BDD Promotional Books Company, Paperback, ; Cat's Eye (New Portway Large Print Books) Chivers Large print (Chivers, Windsor, Paragon & C, Hardcover, ; Covington and allied families of the Northern Neck of Virginia R.
Dungan, Unknown Binding, ; Cat's Eye (G K Hall Large Print Book Series) G. K. Hall & Company, Hardcover, ; Cat's Eye.Horn and Allied Families Nathaniel Wells was born on 2 January in Abbeville District, South Carolina. 1 He married Elizabeth Simmons, daughter of Robert Simmons and Ann Miller, in in Abbeville District, South Carolina.
1 He died on 28 October in Mississippi at age 1.