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1625 Letter from Thomas Blossom to Gov Wm Bradford
1625 Letter from Thomas Blossom to Gov Wm Bradford
From Governor Bradford's Letter Book, Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1906. 
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1899-02-08 - IN Kosciusko Lake - Rho v6a - David and Enoch Rhodes - OBITS
1899-02-08 - IN Kosciusko Lake - Rho v6a - David and Enoch Rhodes - OBITS
 
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65 Years with Helen and Randy Baaso
65 Years with Helen and Randy Baaso
Her story of their life together, written on the occasion of their 65th wedding anniversary 
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A bio on JOHN WILLIAM KUYKENDALL
A bio on JOHN WILLIAM KUYKENDALL
From: http://www.ladytexian.com/txrusk /bios/family/kuykendalljw.htm, Submitted by Jewel Findley 
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A Dickinson Genealogy
A Dickinson Genealogy
Excerpts from an online Dickinson descendancy by Cathi Clore Frost, at www.oocities.org/heartland/plains/4803/Dcknsn.htm?  
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A Genealogical Profile of Thomas Blossom
A Genealogical Profile of Thomas Blossom
From a site about historical Plymoth Planation - www.plimoth.org/sites/default/ files/media/pdf/blossom_thomas.pdf 
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A genealogical profile of Thomas Blossom
A genealogical profile of Thomas Blossom
From a Plimout Plantation Website
https://www.plimoth.org/sites/default/files/media/pdf/blossom_thomas.pdf 
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A history of the Michael Reasor and allied families
A history of the Michael Reasor and allied families
 
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A roster of Revolutionary ancestors of the Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution : commemoration of the United States of
A roster of Revolutionary ancestors of the Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution : commemoration of the United States of
p 529, Biographical entry for Michael Reasor 
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A Short history of my wife and hir People by John Blackburn Moyers
A Short history of my wife and hir People by John Blackburn Moyers
Orginally posted on Ancestry.com by coreenishere on 16 May 2011 
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Aaron Mershon
Aaron Mershon
A roster of Revolutionary ancestors of the Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution : commemoration of the United States of America bicentennial, July 4, 1676. Volume 1, page 441. 
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Aaron Mershon Revolutionary War
Aaron Mershon Revolutionary War
War service and death in battle from DAR application. 
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Abner Deatherage, from The Deatheridge Family
Abner Deatherage, from The Deatheridge Family
Taken From: The Deatherage Family: The First Four Generations in America, by Richard W. Tobin II, Second Edition, On-Line, copyright 1984 and 1992, [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tobin/Deatherage/gen3pt2.html] last viewed 4 Dec 2014 
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Abraham Reiff 1696-1763
Abraham Reiff 1696-1763
 
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Absolem A. Kuykendall
Absolem A. Kuykendall
 
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Abstinence Causes Death - Supposedly
Abstinence Causes Death - Supposedly
Distinctly incorrect story in the Kansas City Gazetted Globe claiming that his hear was weakened when he quit drinking, and that he died three days later when his persistent hear trouble recurred. But, as another article notes, he showed up drunk at a card game and would up being struck in the head when he pulled a knife on his son-in-law. 
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Adam Brown's life as a Wyandotte Indian
Adam Brown's life as a Wyandotte Indian
Excerpts from a story on the Wyandotte Indian web site, about Adam Brown, who was kidnapped and raised by the Wyandotte. 
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Adam Dickenson in 'Annals of Bath County Virginia'
Adam Dickenson in "Annals of Bath County Virginia"
Excerts from the book by Oren F. Morton, B.Lit.; The McLure Co, Inc, Staunton, VA, 1917. 
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Adam Dickenson, Gentleman Justice
Adam Dickenson, Gentleman Justice
Adam Dickenson appointed Gentleman Justice of Augusta County, Virginia court. 
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Adam Dickinson, 1757, Augusta County, Virginia
Adam Dickinson, 1757, Augusta County, Virginia
Adam Dickinson, 1757, Augusta County, Virginia 
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Adam Kimberling Immigration and Migration to Mason County, West Virginia
Adam Kimberling Immigration and Migration to Mason County, West Virginia
Unsourced note saying that Kimberlings arrived in America on the Osgood in 1750, and relating the story of the 1803 migration of Adam's family from southwestern Virginia to 13 Mile Creek, in Mason County. 
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Adam Kimberling notes
Adam Kimberling notes
Notes on Adam (Joh) Kimberling, and quoting from several sources. Uploaded to Ancestry by Aleta Bowman 
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Adam Wattenberger Will-1821
Adam Wattenberger Will-1821
Written transcription of the will from the Washington County Will Book, plus notes by Robin Richmond (his 5th great grandson) 
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Aert Pietersen Tack Notes by Frans Gouverneur
Aert Pietersen Tack Notes by Frans Gouverneur
Details of the confusing life and marriages of bigamist Aert Pietersen Tack. By Frans C.M. Gouverneur, of Oudenbosch, Netherlands 
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Alexander Mathews/Mathes Notes and Family
Alexander Mathews/Mathes Notes and Family
Well-sourced biographical sketch, with 9 children. Clearly extracted from a larger descendancy.
Posted on ancestry.com by shirlijowatkins 
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Ambrose Madison & Descendants
Ambrose Madison & Descendants
 
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Ancestor Lineages of Members Texas Society/National Society Colonial Dames Seventeenth Century
Ancestor Lineages of Members Texas Society/National Society Colonial Dames Seventeenth Century
 
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Annotated will of Nathaniel Dickinson
Annotated will of Nathaniel Dickinson
From the ancestry records of Robert Earl Cape, and posted by James William Cape (along with a biography) at www.ourpast.org/genealogy/ histories/natha.htm 
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Appeals for the release of Judge Levi Trewhitt
Appeals for the release of Judge Levi Trewhitt
Excerpts from Confederate records, showing a few of several appeals for the release of Judge Trewhitt from Confederate custody after his unjust arrest following a series of guerrilla raids on railroad bridges by Union guerrillas in East Tennessee. He was arrested only because he was a known Union sympathizer, and a known civic leader, not because of any real suspicion that he was involved in the raids. Despite the appeals and his obvious innocence, he was transferred to the infamous military prison in Mobile, Alabama, where he died within two months. 
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Appeals for the release of Judge Trewhitt
Appeals for the release of Judge Trewhitt
An incomplete excerpt, showing a few of several appeals for the release of Judge Trewhitt from Confederate custody. He died in custody in Mobile, Alabama in 1862 
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