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1 "Biographical and genealogical": p. 461-782.|||Appendix: "Roster of the Chester County soldiers in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-65, p. i-xxxvii.|||Includes index.|||Separate index to families and persons published in 1971, compiled by Lucy I. Smedley and Arabella Cleveland.|||Bibliography: p. 311-325. Source (S48)
2 "By authority of the town."|||Includes bibliographical references and index. Source (S65)
3 "Compiled by H. Kels Swan"--cover.|||Publisher information from cover.|||Includes appendices. Source (S76)
4 "Illustrated."|||Includes indexes. Source (S37)
5 "Indexed." Source (S58)
6 "Issued for private distribution."|||The 3 leaves following p. 335 are left blank for additional records.|||Includes index. Source (S62)
7 "Only fifty copies of this book have been printed and the type distributed. This copy is number [10]"|||Includes bibliographical references and index. Source (S123)
8 (Civil War Veteran) Was Born in Ohio and Died in Eureka Twp. of A Paralytic Stroke., Iowa Root, Abner (I549)
9 1910 federal census shows Pauline as having a servant from Japan, a Mrs. Ito. Holaday, Pauline (I960)
10 At head of title: State of New Jersey.|||"S.D. Dickinson, Secretary of State; J.B.R. Smith, Assistant Secretary of State." Source (S77)
11 Column originally edited by Mrs. Harvey Morris. Cf. pref.|||Mounted newspaper clippings. Source (S117)
12 Cover title: Inventory of town and city archives of Massachusetts, no. 2, Berkshire County. Vol. XXII, Pittsfield, part 1.|||Part 2 is LH8741 of this unit.|||Includes bibliographical references (p. 161-163). Source (S66)
13 Direct descendant of John "Mayflower" Alden Alden, Mary Ethelyn (I1761)
14 Find A Grave Memorial: Harris, William Thomas Henry (I1192)
15 Imprint suggested by NUC pre-1956 imprints.|||Includes indexes. Source (S134)
16 Includes bibliographical references and index. Source (S68)
17 Includes index. Source (S110)
18 Includes indexes.|||v.1. History -- V. 2. Genealogies and biographies. Source (S51)
19 left 6 sons, 1 daughter and widow behind on death in 1865 Harris, William Thomas Henry (I1192)
20 Limited edition of 300 copies. Source (S72)
21 Microfiche contains only v. 1. Source (S40)
22 Never married Harris, Nora Elizabeth (I2232)
23 Page 357 Source (S3)
24 Paged continuously.|||Vol. 3: index.|||Additions and corrections entered throughout. Source (S93)
25 Photocopy of typescript original.|||Includes index. Source (S31)
26 Place of publication from NUC pre-1956 imprints.|||Includes bibliographies and index. Source (S94)
27 Place of publication from p. [1] at end.|||Includes booksellers catalog, "List as of Dec., 1971 thru 1972 unless stated any changes" ([3] p. at end).|||Typescript.|||Includes index. Source (S98)
28 Place of publication from p. [6]. Source (S67)
29 Said to be buried in Section 26, Jefferson Township, Adair Co, IA on a neighbor's farm. Holaday, Thomas Jefferson (I2774)
30 The following is taken from "Early Settlement of Friends in the Miami Valley" by Luke Smith Mote....was written about the family of John and Rachel Wright, their two daughters, Susanna (Wright) Hollingsworth and Charity (Wright) Cook. Cook, Charity Wright (I1267)
31 This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was created. Source (S24)