Friday, July 7, 2017

Researching your Family Tree

Doty - Kay Reunion  White House Church May 1919
Summer is a good time to pursue your genealogy. The History Center has many long family reunion photos such as the one above and the Research Center has many books to help you.  Most researchers are surprised at the amount and variety of materials and books we have available. Below is just a short listing of some of the more recently received titles.  Stop by on Mondays, Wednesdays, or Fridays 9-12am and get started on your family tree.  

Ancient North Yarmouth and Yarmouth, Maine,  A history 1636 – 1936
History of Orange County New York 1683 to 1881
Parker Pathways -Some Ancestors and Descendants of James and Anna Dottie Parker c1750s to 1830
Petty, Wright, Riley and Related families
The Clarke Family
The Great Crawford County
Our Crawford County, Illinois Heritage
Cumberland County, Illinois, 1843 to 1993
Cumberland County Cemeteries
Effingham County, Illinois, Past and Present
The Heritage of Jasper County, Illinois 1831 to 1988
The Colonial History of Vincennes
Maria Creek Church papers 1809 to 1965
A History of the Middle New River Settlements and Contiguous Territory
A History of Maysville and Mason County, Kentucky 1936
The History of Orange County 1908 vols 1 and 2
Virginians and West Virginia in 1607 – 1870 vol 1
The Clan Almanac – a Complete Guide to Scottish Family Names
Germans to America
The Journal of the Greenbrier Historical Society
New Dictionary of American Family Names
The Old Pike, a History of the National Road
A History of Travel in America
History of the Regular Baptists of Southern Illinois 1877
History of the Primitive Baptist Church 1909
Pedigrees of some of the Emperor Charlemagne’s Descendants
Royal Ancestors of some American Families