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Missouri Genealogical Footprints Beginning 1840 Vol. One (Paperback): Rhena a V Eddlemon, Sherida K Eddlemon Missouri Genealogical Footprints Beginning 1840 Vol. One (Paperback)
Rhena a V Eddlemon, Sherida K Eddlemon
R505 Discovery Miles 5 050 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Missouri Genealogical Records and Abstracts - Volume 5: 1755-1839 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Missouri Genealogical Records and Abstracts - Volume 5: 1755-1839 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R669 Discovery Miles 6 690 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Missouri Genealogical Records and Abstracts, Volume 1 - 1766-1839 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Missouri Genealogical Records and Abstracts, Volume 1 - 1766-1839 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R739 Discovery Miles 7 390 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Genealogical Abstracts from Missouri Church Records and Other Religious Sources, Volume 1 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Genealogical Abstracts from Missouri Church Records and Other Religious Sources, Volume 1 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R555 Discovery Miles 5 550 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Our Ancestors of Albany County, New York, Volume 2 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Our Ancestors of Albany County, New York, Volume 2 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R646 Discovery Miles 6 460 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This alphabetical list of more than six thousand entries spans the late eighteenth through early twentieth centuries and is drawn from city directories, censuses, and meeting records from school districts and fraternal lodges. When possible, entries may contain some of the following information: dates and/or places of birth, death, and/or marriage; names of parents, spouse and/or children; fraternal order, comments, residence, and naturalization date.

Genealogical Abstracts from Tennessee Newspapers 1821-1828 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Genealogical Abstracts from Tennessee Newspapers 1821-1828 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R664 Discovery Miles 6 640 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In this, her third volume of Tennessee newspaper abstracts, Mrs. Eddlemon has again attempted to capture all names of local residents from all types of announcements, ads, and notices. They are drawn from three early Tennessee newspapers, all of which predate the first complete Federal census, and hence, are of great genealogical interest. The material includes lists of delinquent taxpayers, dead letters at the post office, runaway spouses and slaves, and all kinds of sales of goods and services, in addition to the usual marriage and death notices. The papers covered in this volume are: The Jackson Gazette, 1825-1828, The Sparta Review, 1823-1825, and The Knoxville Register, 1821-1822.

Index to the Arkansas General Land Office 1820-1907, Volume Eight - Covering the Counties of Marion, Stone, Baxter, Fulton,... Index to the Arkansas General Land Office 1820-1907, Volume Eight - Covering the Counties of Marion, Stone, Baxter, Fulton, Izard, and Cleburne (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R702 Discovery Miles 7 020 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto blazed the trails of the Arkansas area in 1541, followed by French explorers Louis Joliet and Jacques Marquette. In 1682, French explorer La Salle claimed this wilderness in the name of France, naming it Louisiana. There were many Native American tribes living in this region: The Osage, Caddo, Akansa and the Quapaw. France then ceded this region to Spain in 1762. Spain permitted Americans to settle in the Arkansas area in 1783. In 1801 Spain returned the Louisiana area to France. The U.S. acquired this territory with the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, requiring residents to file claims with the government in order to prove legal ownership of the land. Between 1820 and 1906, more than 14,400 entries were filed for the eastern Arkansas counties of Marion, Stone, Baxter, Fulton, Izard, and Cleburne. Land was sometimes available for only $1.25 per acre, or a parcel could be bid upon. This index of land transactions filed with the General Land Office (GLO) is an excellent resource for the genealogist, containing abstracts of land transactions over an eighty-seven-year span beginning in 1820 after statehood. Records are arranged alphabetically by purchaser's last name, and include: first name, middle initial, a legal description and location of the land, the amount of land in acres, the date of purchase, and the county. Contact information is provided in the preface for obtaining access to the original records. This volume covers the following counties: Marion, Stone, Baxter, Fulton, Izard, and Cleburne.

Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 4 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 4 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R605 Discovery Miles 6 050 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This fourth book in the series includes information on counties not covered in the previous volumes as well as new information on some previously covered counties. Census records for Missouri started in 1830, but many travelers and permanent settlers were missed in the census or only lived in the state between the census years. The purpose of this collection is to help the researcher pinpoint his or her ancestors between the census years. Missouri was a gateway to the West-a key location in the nineteenth century. Both the Santa Fe Trail to the southwest and the Oregon Trail to the northwest began at Independence, Missouri. The starting point for the Pony Express, which delivered mail from there west to California, was at St. Joseph, Missouri. Settlers and new immigrants from Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, England, Poland, Bohemia and Italy flooded into Missouri when statehood was granted in 1821. Through the last half of the nineteenth century, each new Gold Rush lured more people to Missouri on their way to make their fortunes. Here, the author has collected information from newspapers, church and cemetery records, muster books, tax and assessment lists, marriage books, deed books, land owner lists, voter lists and other sources. Cemetery listings and mortality schedules include persons born in 1840 or later. A list of "dates to remember" covers important historical events in the U.S. from the years 1821 to 1911. All names appear as written on the original records, including the abbreviations of given names. The following Missouri counties are covered: Andrew, Audrain, Boone, Buchanan, Carter, Cass, Clay, Grundy, Hickory, Howell, Jackson, Macon, Maries, Platte, Randolph, Reynolds, St. Louis and Taney. The section entitled "miscellaneous connections" includes lists of Missouri graduates from West Point, Civil War Medal of Honor recipients, Missourians listed on the Vietnam War Memorial, and excerpts from the Licking Valley Register (Covington, Kentucky) and the Weekly Kansas Chief. A surname index is included.

Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume Four - Covering the Counties of Benton and Carroll (Paperback):... Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume Four - Covering the Counties of Benton and Carroll (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R677 Discovery Miles 6 770 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto blazed the trails of the Arkansas area in 1541, followed by French explorers Louis Joliet and Jacques Marquette. In 1682, French explorer La Salle claimed this wilderness in the name of France, naming it Louisiana. There were many Native American tribes living in this region: The Osage, Caddo, Akansa and the Quapaw. France then ceded this region to Spain in 1762. Spain permitted Americans to settle in the Arkansas area in 1783. In 1801 Spain returned the Louisiana area to France. The U.S. acquired this territory with the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, requiring residents to file claims with the government in order to prove legal ownership of the land. Between 1820 and 1906, more than 13,000 entries were filed for the eastern Arkansas counties of Monroe, Lee, Woodruff, White, Crittenden, Independence, Lonoke, St. Francois, Prairie and Cross. Land was sometimes available for only $1.25 per acre, or a parcel could be bid upon. This index of land transactions filed with the General Land Office (GLO) is an excellent resource for the genealogist, containing abstracts of land transactions over an eighty-seven-year span beginning in 1820 after statehood. Records are arranged alphabetically by purchaser's last name, and include: first name, middle initial, a legal description and location of the land, the amount of land in acres, the date of purchase, and the county. Contact information is provided in the preface for obtaining access to the original records. This volume covers the following counties: Benton and Carroll.

Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Volume One - 1836 and Beyond (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Volume One - 1836 and Beyond (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R448 Discovery Miles 4 480 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Missouri Genealogical Gleanings, 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 3 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Missouri Genealogical Gleanings, 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 3 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R676 Discovery Miles 6 760 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This third book in the series includes information on counties not covered in the first volumes as well as new information on some counties previously covered. Census records for Missouri started in 1830, but many travelers and permanent settlers were missed in the census or only lived in the state between the census years. The purpose of this collection is to help the researcher pinpoint his or her ancestors between the census years. Missouri was a gateway to the West-a key location in the nineteenth century. Both the Santa Fe Trail to the southwest and the Oregon Trail to the northwest began at Independence, Missouri. The starting point for the Pony Express, which delivered mail from there west to California, was at St. Joseph, Missouri. Settlers and new immigrants from Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, England, Poland, Bohemia and Italy flooded into Missouri when statehood was granted in 1821. Through the last half of the nineteenth century, each new Gold Rush lured more people to Missouri on their way to make their fortunes. Here, the author has collected information from newspapers, church and cemetery records, muster books, tax and assessment lists, marriage books, deed books, land owner lists, voter lists and other sources. Cemetery listings and mortality schedules include persons born in 1840 or later. A list of "dates to remember" covers important historical events in the U.S. from the years 1821 to 1911. The genealogical information ranges from 1840 to the 1980s, with the bulk of the dates cited falling into the late 1800s. All names appear as written on the original records, including the abbreviations of given names. The following Missouri counties are covered: Andrew, Atchison, Audrain, Bates, Boone, Buchanan, Carroll, Cape Girardeau, Cass, Chariton, Clay, Dade, Dent, Franklin, Gentry, Hickory, Howell, Jackson, Jasper, Knox, Macon, Montgomery, Osage, Ozark, Pemiscot, Polk, Randolph, Saline, St. Louis, Vernon and Washington. A section of miscellaneous connections rounds out the volume, including such records as Missouri Supreme Court cases, 1840-1842; Missourians listed in cemetery records for Brooklyn Cemetery, La Cygne, Kansas; Missourians at the Old Settlers Meeting at Bismarck Grove, Kansas, 1879; and more. A surname index has been included to aid researchers.

Ralls County, Missouri, Settlement Records, 1832-1853 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Ralls County, Missouri, Settlement Records, 1832-1853 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R458 Discovery Miles 4 580 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Ralls County was created in 1820 from Pike County and lies deep in the heart of Mark Twain country, on the banks of the Mississippi River. It was named for Missouri legislator, Daniel Ralls. Settlement records give information such as names of heirs, disposition of property, and, in a few cases, dates which help establish an approximate time of death or burial. The genealogical abstracts contained in this volume are taken from Roll No. C5637 obtained from the Missouri State Archives. Some entries contain interesting details, such as sales of property, monies owed to doctors and undertakers, funds set aside for schooling of heirs, clothing handed down to slaves, and money value of slaves, while others give only a date with voucher numbers and no names. Every effort has been made to retain the original spelling of names and any other genealogical data included with the settlement record. All entries are in order as they appear in the original records. A handy surname index (with approximately 5,000 names) is included for ease of reference.

Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 5 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 5 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R617 Discovery Miles 6 170 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The fifth book of this Missouri series includes information on counties covered in the previous volumes and also new information on previously covered counties. Census records for Missouri started in 1830, but many travelers and permanent settlers were missed in the census years or only lived in the state between census years. The purpose of this collection is to help the researcher pinpoint his or her ancestors between the census years. Missouri was a gateway to the West-a key location in the nineteenth century. Both the Santa Fe Trail to the southwest and the Oregon Trail to the northwest began at Independence, Missouri. The starting point for the Pony Express, which delivered mail from there west to California, was at St. Joseph, Missouri. Settlers and new immigrants from Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, England, Poland, Bohemia and Italy flooded into Missouri when statehood was granted in 1821. Through the last half of the nineteenth century, each new Gold Rush lured more people to Missouri on their way to make their fortunes. Here, the author has collected information from newspapers, church and cemetery records, muster books, tax and assessment lists, marriage books, deed books, land owner lists, voter lists and other sources. A list of "dates to remember" covers important historical events in the U.S. from the years 1821 to 1911. The following counties are covered: Atchison, Buchannan, Butler, Caldwell, Cape Girardeau, Carter, Chariton, Grundy, Laclede, Madison, Morgan, Nodaway, Pettis, Polk, St. Louis, Stone, Sullivan, Taney and Texas. There is also a miscellaneous section which includes letters, military lists from several wars, mortality schedules, and much more information about Missourians. A surname index is included.

1890 Genealogical Census Reconstruction - Missouri, Volume 3 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon 1890 Genealogical Census Reconstruction - Missouri, Volume 3 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R626 Discovery Miles 6 260 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In 1921, the 1890 Population Census was destroyed by fire. This volume continues the series using alternate sources devoted to reconstruction of individuals that may have been listed in the destroyed 1890 census. Data is collected between the time periods of 1881 to 1891. The volume is arranged alphabetically and lists where available: name, date and place of birth, date and place of death, cemetery, date of marriage, parents, county, land, and military information, plus much more valuable information. A great book for the researcher

Tennessee Genealogical Records and Abstracts, Volume 1 - 1787-1839 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Tennessee Genealogical Records and Abstracts, Volume 1 - 1787-1839 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R640 Discovery Miles 6 400 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Although Tennessee achieved statehood in 1796, it remained a sparsely populated wilderness for years, and no complete censuses are available until 1830. In this new volume respected author Sherida K. Eddlemon aims to "close the gap left by census records" by providing researchers with a blend of rare tax lists, marriage records and other early source materials including the 1835 pension roll (surnames A-B). This volume contains useful information for the following counties: Bledsoe, Bradley, Blount, Franklin, Gibson, Grainger, Henry, Jackson, Lauderdale, Maury, Overton, Roane, Sevier, Sumner, Washington and Wilson. Eddlemon also supplies early records from Kentucky, Texas (Brazos County) and Washington state (Douglas County) to trace the migration of Tennessee natives.

Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 7 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 7 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R629 Discovery Miles 6 290 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The seventh book of this Missouri series includes information on counties covered in the previous volumes and also new information on previously covered counties. Census records for Missouri started in 1830, but many travelers and permanent settlers were missed in the census years or only lived in the state between census years. The purpose of this collection is to help the researcher pinpoint his or her ancestors between the census years. Missouri was a gateway to the West-a key location in the nineteenth century. Both the Santa Fe Trail to the southwest and the Oregon Trail to the northwest began at Independence, Missouri. The starting point for the Pony Express, which delivered mail from there west to California, was at St. Joseph, Missouri. Settlers and new immigrants from Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, England, Poland, Bohemia and Italy flooded into Missouri when statehood was granted in 1821. Through the last half of the nineteenth century, each new Gold Rush lured more people to Missouri on their way to make their fortunes. Here, the author has collected information from newspapers, church and cemetery records, muster books, tax and assessment lists, marriage books, deed books, land owner lists, voter lists and other sources. A list of "dates to remember" covers important historical events in the U.S. from the years 1821 to 1911. The following counties are covered: Adair, Boone, Butler, Caldwell, Carter, Christian, Clark, Clinton, Franklin, Gentry, Henry, Jackson, Jasper, Lafayette, Livingston, Miller, Mississippi, Scott, St. Genevieve, St. Louis, Schuyler, Shannon, Vernon and Washington. There is also a miscellaneous section which includes letters, military lists from several wars, mortality schedules, and much more information about Missourians. A surname index is included.

Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume Six - Covering the Counties of Hempstead, Howard, Nevada and... Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume Six - Covering the Counties of Hempstead, Howard, Nevada and Little River Counties (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R652 Discovery Miles 6 520 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto blazed the trails of the Arkansas area in 1541, followed by French explorers Louis Joliet and Jacques Marquette. In 1682, French explorer La Salle claimed this wilderness in the name of France, naming it Louisiana. There were many Native American tribes living in this region: The Osage, Caddo, Akansa and the Quapaw. France then ceded this region to Spain in 1762. Spain permitted Americans to settle in the Arkansas area in 1783. In 1801 Spain returned the Louisiana area to France. The U.S. acquired this territory with the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, requiring residents to file claims with the government in order to prove legal ownership of the land. Between 1820 and 1906, more than 15,000 entries were filed for the eastern Arkansas counties of Hempstead, Howard, Nevada and Little River. Land was sometimes available for only $1.25 per acre, or a parcel could be bid upon. This index of land transactions filed with the General Land Office (GLO) is an excellent resource for the genealogist, containing abstracts of land transactions over an eighty-seven-year span beginning in 1820 after statehood. Records are arranged alphabetically by purchaser's last name, and include: first name, middle initial, a legal description and location of the land, the amount of land in acres, the date of purchase, and the county. Contact information is provided in the preface for obtaining access to the original records. This volume covers the following counties: Hempstead, Howard, Nevada and Little River.

Missouri Birth and Death Records, Volume 4 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Missouri Birth and Death Records, Volume 4 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R628 Discovery Miles 6 280 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Registration of births and deaths in the state of Missouri began as early as 1863. From 1883 to 1893 county clerks were required by law to register all births and deaths in the state. Although registration was required, the law was not enforced resulting in many counties recording very few births and deaths for this period. Statewide compliance with the law would not be achieved until 1911. Alternate sources such as church, military, cemetery and probate records, tax lists, and newspapers are therefore the researcher's main tools for establishing Missouri birth and death dates. This volume is the fourth in a series devoted to these alternate sources of vital records. Birth and death records are presented in alphabetical order and are drawn from sources in sixty-eight Missouri counties. An index of hidden surnames is also included.

Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 1 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 1 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R516 Discovery Miles 5 160 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The purpose of this collection is to help the researcher pinpoint his or her ancestors between the census years. The author takes her information from church records, deaths records, inquests, cemetery lists, tax lists, poll lists, voter lists, licenses,

Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Volume 2 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Volume 2 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R514 Discovery Miles 5 140 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The purpose of this collection is to help the researcher pinpoint his or her ancestors between the census years. The author takes her information from church records, deaths records, inquests, cemetery lists, tax lists, poll lists, voter lists, licenses,

Missouri Birth and Death Records, Volume 1 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Missouri Birth and Death Records, Volume 1 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R760 Discovery Miles 7 600 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Registration of births and deaths began as early as 1863 in some areas of Missouri. Although county clerks were required to register births and deaths in Missouri from 1883 through 1893, the law was not enforced and as a result some counties actually reco

Kentucky Genealogical Records & Abstracts, Volume 1 - 1781-1839 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon Kentucky Genealogical Records & Abstracts, Volume 1 - 1781-1839 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R495 Discovery Miles 4 950 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Ms. Eddlemon makes available a diverse array of sources including tax and property lists, marriage registers, church and cemetery records, wills and estates, mortality schedules, Negro censuses, military pensions and officer lists. The table of contents i

A Genealogical Collection of Kentucky Birth and Death Records, Volume 1 (Paperback): Sherida K Eddlemon A Genealogical Collection of Kentucky Birth and Death Records, Volume 1 (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R433 Discovery Miles 4 330 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Although some Kentucky counties were recording births and deaths as early as 1851, a statewide requirement for such record-keeping was not in force until 1911. Prolific genealogical abstractor, Sherida K. Eddlemon, knows how to fill in the gaps, however.

Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume One - Covering the Counties of Arkansas, Desha, Chicot, Jefferson... Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume One - Covering the Counties of Arkansas, Desha, Chicot, Jefferson and Phillips (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R574 Discovery Miles 5 740 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto blazed the trails of the Arkansas area in 1541, followed by French explorers Louis Joliet and Jacques Marquette. In 1682, French explorer La Salle claimed this wilderness in the name of France, naming it Louisiana. There w

Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume Two - Covering the Counties of Union, Bradley, and Ashley... Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume Two - Covering the Counties of Union, Bradley, and Ashley (Paperback)
Sherida K Eddlemon
R614 Discovery Miles 6 140 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto blazed the trails of the Arkansas area in 1541, followed by French explorers Louis Joliet and Jacques Marquette. In 1682, French explorer La Salle claimed this wilderness in the name of France, naming it Louisiana. There w

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