David Aim in Genealogy Books

David Aim appears in at least 53 genealogy books

Here are the top genealogy books for David Aim

A genealogy of the family of Millers from 1570 to 1925 : reminiscences, sketches of history, births, deaths, marriages, occupations, religious and political views, memoirs, educational advantages, addresses, etc. ...

The Herndon and Inge families : genealogical, historical, biographical

Trow's general directory of the boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx, city of New York

Personalities of the West and Midwest - 1972-73

Heraldic visitations of Wales and part of the Marches; between the years 1586 and 1613, under the authority of Clarencieux and Norroy, two kings at arms

Obituaries and biographical clippings of residents of Syracuse; Onondaga County; and adjacent areas of Central New York from about 1860 to 1926; v. 03

History of Noble County, Ohio : with portraits and biographical sketches of some of its pioneers and prominent men

Kelly's directory of Monmouthshire and South Wales, 1920

Genealogical reports, Vol. 19, part 2

Lineage of Rev. Richard Mather

The perverse widow : being passages from the life of Catharina, wife of William Boevey, esq., of Flaxley Abbey, in the county of Gloucester, with genealogical notes on that family and others connected therewith

Minutes of Common Pleas Court, Knox County

The registers of Clunbury, Shropshire. 1574-1812

[Mary Card Yarnell genealogical collection] : Newburn family index cards: A - H given names

Genealogical history of the Redfield family in the United States

Ancient landmarks of Plymouth

The Morris family of Philadelphia : descendants of Anthony Morris, born 1654-1712 died, v. 3

Scottish record society, the register of apprentices of the city of Edinburgh, 1583-1666

The Wentworth genealogy, comprising the origin of the name, the family in England, and a particular account of Elder William Wentworth, the emigrant, and of his descendants

200 family trees from France to Canada to U.S.A., Vol. 72

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