Stephen Ackerman in Genealogy Books

Stephen Ackerman appears in at least 21 genealogy books

Here are the top genealogy books for Stephen Ackerman

Bible records, etc., Vol. 1

Harvard University directory : a catalogue of men now living who have been enrolled as students in the university

The Weimer Genealogical Center newsletter - v. 5, no. 6 Nov/Dec 1987

Harvard University directory

Collections of the New-York Genealogical and Biographical Society; Vol. 03

Oakwood cemetery records, Syracuse, New York; v. 02

Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society

Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society

History of Bergen and Passaic counties, New Jersey : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men

History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5; prepared in compliance with acts of the legislature

Municipal history of Essex County in Massachusetts : a classified work, devoted to the county's remarkable growth in all line s of human endeavor; more especially to within a period of fifty years

The Weimer Genealogical Center newsletter - v. 8, no. 6 Nov/Dec 1990

History of Bergen County, New Jersey

The New York genealogical and biographical record

"Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York : baptisms from 25 December, 1639, to 27 December, 1730"

Harvard alumni directory : a catalogue of former students now living: including graduates and non-g raduate, and the holders of honorary degrees

Bottum (Longbottom) family album : an historical and biographical genealogy of the descendants of Daniel ( -1732) and Elizabeth (Lamb) Longbottom of Norwich, Connecticut

The history of Newark, New Jersey : being a narrative of its rise and progress, from the settlement in May, 1666, by emigrants from Connecticut, to the present time, including a sketch of the press of Newark, from 1791 to 1878

Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790 : New York

History of Montclair township, New Jersey : including the history of the families who have been indentified with its growth and prosperity

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