March Ad in Genealogy Books

March Ad appears in at least 52 genealogy books

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Early Records of the Town of Derryfield now Manchester, N. H., 1751-1782 : a complete and exact transcript of the records of the clerks as written in the Old Derryfield Book No. 1, pages 28 to 317, comprising Volume I of the printed records of

Manchester Historic Association collections

Wills & adminstrations from the Knaresborough court rolls

The Birth, marriage, and death register, church records and epitaphs of Lancaster, Massachusetts, 1643-1850

Be it known and remembered : bible records; Vol. 01

Visitation of England and Wales, notes, Vol. 13

List of lands granted by the crown in the province of Qu├ębec from 1763 to 31st December 1890. V. 2

Bible records from New Jersey's Monmouth County Historical Association Library, Vol. 7. Sk-Th

Connecticut vital records of Woodstock

Bible records from New Jersey's Monmouth County Historical Association Library, Vol. 6. P-Si

Wills : Denny, Crocket, Trindle, Groom

Herrick genealogy : a genealogical register of the name and family of Herrick, from the settlement of Henerie Hericke in Salem, Massachusetts, 1629 to 1846; with a concise notice of their English ancestry

The register of Walter de Stapeldon, bishop of Exeter, (A.D. 1307-1326)

Peerage, baronetage and knightage of the British Empire as at present existing

History of the early settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois, centennial record

Genealogical record of the Hodges family of New England, ending December 31, 1894

The genealogical and social history of the descendants of John Christopher Miller and his wife Annah Belinda Franziska Carolina Margreta Tortea (or Dorothes), or Annah Franzeska Stratman according to information furnished by members of the fami

Lincolnshire pedigrees

Fifty years and over of Akron and Summit County : embellished by nearly six hundred engravings--portraits of pioneer settlers, prominent citizens, business, official and professional--ancient and modern views, etc.; nine-tenth's of a century of solid local history--pioneer incidents, interesting events--industrial, commercial, financial and educational progress, biographies, etc.

The register of John Le Romeyn, lord archbishop of York, 1286-1296

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