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New Biographies, Guides, and Family Histories for Genealogists

2012-08-03 11:22

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Acadian-Cajun genealogy : tracing your ancestry back to Acadia & the Old World / by Timothy Hebert.

USouth F 380 .A2 H43 1993


Connecticut town meeting records during the American Revolution / Jolene Roberts Mullen.

UCT E 263 .C5 M85 2011


Farm in Germantown: Charles Eberle's diary 1828-1836 / transcribed and edited by Jan Lundy and Judith Callard.

Fa 929.2 E16e 2011


Forkner clan : Forkner/Fortner/Faulkner / compiled by Mona Forkner Paulas.

Fa 929.2 F257p 1981


Gauss family of Salem, Massachusetts. part 1 / F. Stephen Gauss.

Fa 929.2 G274g 2011


Genealogist's handbook for New England research / edited by Michael J. Leclerc.

REF F 3 .G46 2012


Guide to FamilySearch online / by James L. Tanner.

RDESK CS 21.5 .T36 2011


Guide to Massachusetts cemeteries / by David Allen Lambert.

UMA F 63 .L36 2009


Josiah's journey : chapters on the life of the Rev. Josiah Swett, DD, teacher, preacher, poet in 19th century Vermont / Steven C. Swett in collaboration with Nancy Des Coteaux.

F 53 .S95 S94 2010


 Joseph S. Harris and the U.S. northwest boundary survey, 1857-1861 / [by] Anne P. Streeter.

F 854 .S77 2012


 Revolutionary war pensions awarded by state governments 1775-1874, the general and federal governments prior to 1814, and by private acts of Congress to 1905 / by Lloyd de Witt Bockstruck.

REF E 255 .B63 2011


Stamford town records / transcribed and annotated by Paul R. Finch.

UCT F 104 .S8 .S73 2011


William Lewis,: esquire enlightened statesman,profound lawyer,and useful citizen / Esther Ann McFarland with Mickey Herr.

KF 368 .L49 M38 2012

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Submitted by Louise Patterson (not verified) on

My late husband's grandfather was Rudolph Weis, who immigrated from Germany in 1902. He ran a bakery at 4644 Thompson Street and I think lived at 2748 N 45th Street.

His wife was Barbara Haas Weis.

Where would you suggest I try and find information on them?

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