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History Of First Baptist Church of Piscatawy
History Of First Baptist Church of Piscatawy
Excerpt from book by Oliver B. Leonard. Lists several of my ancestor families as members. Originally posted to Ancestry.com by 
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History of McDonough County, Illinois  page 311
History of McDonough County, Illinois page 311
 
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History of McDonough County, Illinois : its cities, towns and villages, with early reminiscences, personal incidents and anecdo
History of McDonough County, Illinois : its cities, towns and villages, with early reminiscences, personal incidents and anecdo
 
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History of North Brookfield, Massachusetts : preceded by an account of Old Quabang, Indian and English occupation, 1647-1676 :
History of North Brookfield, Massachusetts : preceded by an account of Old Quabang, Indian and English occupation, 1647-1676 :
 
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History of Princeton and its institutions : the town from its first settlement, through the Revolutionary War ...
History of Princeton and its institutions : the town from its first settlement, through the Revolutionary War ...
p 999 
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History of Soldiers in King Philip's War - John Dickinson
History of Soldiers in King Philip's War - John Dickinson
USgennet.org information about King Philip's War and those who served and were killed on May 19, 1676 
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History of the First Regiment of Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry in the Great War of the Rebellion
History of the First Regiment of Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry in the Great War of the Rebellion
p220, Battle of Franklin 
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History of the Kuykendall family since its settlement in Dutch New York in 1646 : with genealogy as found in early Dutch church
History of the Kuykendall family since its settlement in Dutch New York in 1646 : with genealogy as found in early Dutch church
p209,210 Information provided by W.T. Kuykendall 
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History of the Kuykendall family since its settlement in Dutch New York in 1646 : with genealogy as found in early Dutch church
History of the Kuykendall family since its settlement in Dutch New York in 1646 : with genealogy as found in early Dutch church
p 213 Peter Kuykendall and Prudence Terry 
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History of the Kuykendall family--Peter and Prudence Terry Kuykendall
History of the Kuykendall family--Peter and Prudence Terry Kuykendall
 
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History of the Smyrna Church of Christ
History of the Smyrna Church of Christ
Unpublished manuscript by Harvey Draper, of the Smyrna congregation, evidently in 1968. Originally posted to Ancestry.com by imhotep531 in the Walker Family Tree. This history describes Jessie Kuykendall (aka Jesse Young Kuykendall) as a Baptist preacher who founded the Church in Smyrna 
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History of York, Maine, Vol. I
History of York, Maine, Vol. I
 
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Homer Shanks Newspaper Obit
Homer Shanks Newspaper Obit
The Abilene Reporter-News 
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Hope Plantation
Hope Plantation
 
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How Madison Richmond really died
How Madison Richmond really died
"Whiskey and a Game of Cards" says the headine in the Kansas CIty Gazette Globe, describing the fight that broke the skull of a drunken and combative Madison Richmond. The article appeared two days after the newspaper eported that his wife simply found him dead in the morning, three days after he promised her he would never drink again. A physician is reported to have said that alcohol had stimulated his heart, which failed after he quit drinking. 
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Howard Colorado, named after John J. Howard
Howard Colorado, named after John J. Howard
 
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Howard Kuykendall wins Mary Haydock  1832
Howard Kuykendall wins Mary Haydock 1832
 
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Hull Brothers Migration from New Hampshire to New Jersey
Hull Brothers Migration from New Hampshire to New Jersey
My notes on two sources of information about the migration of Benjamin, Samuel, and Hopewell Hull from New Hampshire to New Jersey. 
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Humphrey Madison, Deputy Sheriff
Humphrey Madison, Deputy Sheriff
Annals of Bath County 
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Humphrey Madison, Dickenson's Rangers
Humphrey Madison, Dickenson's Rangers
from a Centennial History of Alleghany County, Virginia 
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Hutcheson Family Bible record
Hutcheson Family Bible record
 
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Hutcheson Family Bible record
Hutcheson Family Bible record
 
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Hutchesons in Hamilton County, TN
Hutchesons in Hamilton County, TN
Article that talks about some descendants of Charles Hutcheson of Amelia Co, VA. Written by John Wilson, and posted April 19, 2004 in "The Chattanoogan" at http://www.chattanoogan.com/2004/4/19/49474/Hutchesons-Became-Successful-In-Business.aspx 
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Ida Horton
Ida Horton
A grandson's perspective 
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Ida100-DailyCitizen-1998
Ida100-DailyCitizen-1998
Article in the Searcy Daily Citizen celebrating Ida Horton's 100th birthday 
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Immigrants Jurian Westphael and Marretje Hansen
Immigrants Jurian Westphael and Marretje Hansen
Bigraphical sketches of my immigrant 10*great grandparents 
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Immigration of Nathaniel Dickinson
Immigration of Nathaniel Dickinson
From the Valenziano/Winchester web site.
See also https://en.wikipedia.org/Nathaniel_Dickinson 
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Imprisonment of Levi Trewhitt
Imprisonment of Levi Trewhitt
Excerpt from "The Loyal Mountaineers of Tennessee", by Thomas William Humes, Ogden Bros, & Co., Knoxville, TN, 1888, pg.147-149 Uploaded to Ancestry.com by Paulette_Chandler 
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In the footsteps of Joseph Hampton and the Pennsylvania Quakers
In the footsteps of Joseph Hampton and the Pennsylvania Quakers
 
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Info on Peter and Ruth
Info on Peter and Ruth
 
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