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Now in the Library - New Genealogical Books

2014-07-03 11:08

HSP's collection of genealogical and family history titles is ever-expanding, and many new titles in these areas have appeared on our shelves in recent months. Below is a sampling of some of those titles. You can find information on these and others by clicking on the links, each of which will take to our online catalog Discover.

Remembrance by Nancy McAdam Fleming

Fa 929.2 R282m 2011

Generations, The WPA Ex-Slave Narrative Genealogical Resource Database: v. 1 Virginia by Dr. James M. Rose

E 185.63 .V8 R674 2012 DVD

McCurley Family Ancestry by James B. McCurley

Fa 929.2 M1382m 2014

McCurley Family Ancestry Addendum by James B. McCurley

Fa 929.2 M1382m 2014a

Bible Records from Family Files of York County Heritage Trust Library, v. 6 by South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society

UPA F 148 .S68 no. 76

Sticks ‘n Stone: The Myers Family in Levittown by Daisy D. Myers

F 159 .L6 M94 2005

House of Franciscus and Related Families by John Franciscus

Fa 929.2 F814f 1989

Dan and Carla by Carla Demp

UWI CS 71 .D46 2014

Lear/Lehr by John W. Lear

Fa 929.2 L477L 2013

Mayflower Families Through Five Generations: John Billington

REF F 63 .M39 v. 21


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Mr. Bonsall, thanks for your comment. A search in our online catalog Discover ( brings up a number of different genealogical collections and sources pertaining to various Bonsall families of the region. It's certainly possible one or more of these resources relates to your family. If you'd like to find out more, you can search our catalog on your own and come to HSP to complete research on your family's history. If not, then you might want to make use of our Research By Mail service. (

Best of luck!

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