Author: Amanda Cook Gilbert
Publisher: WestBow Press
Category: Family & Relationships
This ambitious work chronicles 250 years of the Cromartie family genealogical history. Included in the index of nearly fifty thousand names are the current generations, and all of those preceding, which trace ancestry to our family patriarch, William Cromartie, who was born in 1731 in Orkney, Scotland, and his second wife, Ruhamah Doane, who was born in 1745. Arriving in America in 1758, William Cromartie settled and developed a plantation on South River, a tributary of the Cape Fear near Wilmington, North Carolina. On April 2, 1766, William married Ruhamah Doane, a fifth-generation descendant of a Mayflower passenger to Plymouth, Stephen Hopkins. If Cromartie is your last name or that of one of your blood relatives, it is almost certain that you can trace your ancestry to one of the thirteen children of William Cromartie, his first wife, and Ruhamah Doane, who became the founding ancestors of our Cromartie family in America: William, Jr, James, Thankful, Elizabeth, Hannah Ruhamah, Alexander, John, Margaret Nancy, Mary, Catherine, Jean, Peter Patrick, and Ann E. Cromartie. These four volumes hold an account of the descent of each of these first-generation Cromarties in America, including personal anecdotes, photographs, copies of family bibles, wills, and other historical documents. Their pages hold a personal record of our ancestors and where you belong in the Cromartie family tree.
Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Com
Author: Granville Priest Conn,New Hampshire Association of Military Surgeons
Category: New Hampshire
A Genealogical History
Author: Elizabeth Caldwell Hirschman,Donald N. Yates
"From historical writings, ship manifests, wills, land grants, DNA testing, genealogies, and settler lists, and the widespread presence of Jews and Muslims in prominent positions in all of the original colonies, this work looks freshly at the early American experience, postulating that many initial US colonists were of Sephardic Jewish and Muslim Moorish ancestry" --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Find out about animals the fun way with the Little Brainwaves Meet the Brainwaves, hilarious little mischief-makers who are about to take your child on a spectacular journey through the world of animals; from how animal families protect, teach and feed their young to the climbing habits of an orang-utan. Packed with brilliant photography, wonderfully wacky illustrations and amazing facts, your child will discover everything they ever wanted to know about animals!
Comprising Huron and Erie Counties, Ohio, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of the Prominent Men and Pioneers
Author: William W. Williams
Category: Erie County (Ohio)
Author: N. Bouton
Publisher: Рипол Классик
From its first grant in 1725, to the organization of the city government in 1853, with a history of the ancient Penacooks the whole interspersed with numerous interesting incidents and anecdotes, down to the present period, 1885 e
A Genealogical Periodical Published by the Genealogical Society of Vermont from 1972 Through 1995
Author: Robert M. Murphy
Category: Branches & twigs
Author: Richard Henry Greene,Henry Reed Stiles,Melatiah Everett Dwight,George Austin Morrison,Hopper Striker Mott,John Reynolds Totten,Harold Minot Pitman,Charles Andrew Ditmas,Louis Effingham De Forest,Conklin Mann,Arthur S. Maynard
Category: New York (State)
Being Two Additional Volumes to Sir William Dugdale's Monasticon Anglicanum: Containing the Original and First Establishment of All the Religious Orders that Ever Were in Great Britain ... Not Spoken of by Sir William Dugdale, and Mr. Dodsworth. The Foundations of Their Several Monasteries ...
Author: John Stevens
A Miscellaneous Production
Author: Mrs. Judith (Sargent) Murray
(Hope sustains the farmer) Covering the years 1225 to 1961 of the Tilghman (Tillman) and allied families
Author: Stephen Frederick Tillman
Category: Motion pictures
Beginning in 1924, Proceedings are incorporated into the Apr. number.
Making a Name for Herself
Author: F. Gray
Category: Literary Criticism
As the nineteenth-century drew to a close, women became more numerous and prominent in British journalism. This book offers a fascinating introduction to the work lives of twelve such journalists, and each essay examines the career, writing and strategic choices of women battling against the odds to secure recognition in a male-dominated society.
An Exact History of All the Writers and Bishops who Have Had Their Education in the University of Oxford. To which are Added the Fasti, Or Annals of the Said University
Author: Anthony à Wood