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Book #1

The Ashbrook Family

The Ashbrook Family spans six generations, beginning with John Ashbrook, who emigrated from Ireland to America in 1682, settling in New Jersey, and ends with Agnes Ashbrook, who married George Sharp in 1850.

Agnes Ashbrook (1830-1905) and her ancestors are listed in My Father’s House on Pedigree Charts 2 and 13. Their history is in The Ashbrook Family.

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Book #2

The Barker Family

The Barker Family spans three generations of the Barker family. It begins with William Barker and ends with Sylvia Pearl Barker, who was born in Ridgeway, Gallatin County, Illinois, in 1888. William Barker was born in North Carolina in 1811, but his parentage is uncertain. In 1839 he married Elizabeth Onyett, who was born in Chatteris, Cambridge, England, in 1820. They had nine children while living in Indiana and Gallatin County, Illinois.

Their youngest child, Louis Sexton Barker, worked for the railroad and lived in Denver, Colorado, for many years before moving to Oklahoma and Little Rock, Arkansas, where he died in 1929. Sylvia Barker married Carlos Lee Sharp in Denver in 1904 when she was fifteen years old. She died when she was thirty-nine years old in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Sylvia Pearl Barker (1888-1927) and her ancestors are listed in My Father’s House on Pedigree Charts 1 and 4. Their history is in The Barker Family.

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Book #3

The Beeson Family

The Beeson Family begins with Edward Beeson, who immigrated to America about 1682, and ends with Jane Beeson, who married John Bond in 1778. Included is an account of John Grubb and his ancestors, to Charity Grubb, who married Richard Beeson, a Quaker, in 1706. 

Jane Beeson (1760-1972) and her ancestors are listed in My Father’s House on Pedigree Charts 19 and 41. The history of her family is in The Beeson Family, including the Grubb and other related families.

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Book #4

The Bond Family

The Bond Family begins with Walter Bond, of Lacock, Wiltshire, England, who was born about 1546, and ends with Elizabeth Bond, who lost her Quaker membership for marrying a non-member, Edward Mattix, in 1805.

Elizabeth Bond (1787-1857) and her ancestors are listed in My Father’s House on Pedigree Charts 3, 19, and 39. A history of her family is in The Bond Family, including the Paradise and other related families.

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Book #5

The Bowles Family

The Bowles Family begins with John Bowles, who emigrated from England to Virginia in the early 1600’s, to Patricia Anna Elizabeth Bowles, who married Marion Carlos Sharp, Jr. in 1946 and had four children: Cathy, Ronald, Nancy, and Richard Sharp.

Patricia Anna Elizabeth Bowles (1927-2006) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 1, 2, 10, and 32. A history of her family is in The Bowles Family.

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Book #6

The Bratton Family

The Bratton Family begins with John Brattain (circa 1720-1784), who was a faithful Quaker, and ends with Cora Luberta Bratton, who married Clyde Van Smith in 1900. Included is an account of William Millikan, a devout Quaker, who narrowly escaped capture and death during the Revolutionary War, and his daughter, Mary Millikan (1747-1814), who married Robert Bratton, also an active, faithful Quaker.

Also recorded is the history of Laura Lucinda Williams (1817-1893), who married Benjamin Bratton, Sr., to her great-grandfather, Ambrose Williams, a Revolutionary War Soldier. There are also accounts of Mary Fredonia Redman (1846-1886), who married Benjamin Bratton, Jr., her father, John L. Redman, a War of 1812 soldier, and her grandfather, John Redman of Spartanburg County, South Carolina. A chronology is given of Sarah Clark (1783-1830), who married Paul Bratton, to her grandfather, Samuel Clark, who died in 1783. Also included is a history of the Nevill/Neville family from Charlotte Neville (1769-1826), who married Hardin Williams, to John Nevill, who was born in 1612, as well as other related families. 

Cora L. Bratton (1881-1966) and her ancestors are listed in My Father’s House on Pedigree Charts 1, 8, and 28. A history of her family is in The Bratton Family.

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Book #7

The Buckingham Family

The Buckingham Family begins with Thomas Buckingham, who built a home in 1640 in Milford, Connecticut, that is still standing, and ends with Mary Buckingham, who married Solomon Huntington in 1727. Included is the chronicle of Esther Hosmer (1646-1702), who married Rev. Thomas Buckingham, a Founder of Yale University, who held the college’s first commencement exercises in his home, to James Hosmer, who was born about 1542 of Ticehurst, Sussex, England. Also included is an account of Margaret Griswold (born in 1668 in Saybrook, Connecticut), who married Thomas Buckingham in 1691, and ends at John Greswold, who died in Solihull, England, in the 1300s. 

Mary Buckingham (1705-1778) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 29 and 56. A history of her family is in The Buckingham Family.

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Book #8

The Capps Family

The Capps Family begins with John T. Capps and ends with Willie Jamese Stephens (1863-1908), the daughter of Sarah Miranda Capps. Willie married James Simpson Sharp in 1881. 

Sarah Miranda Capps (1835-1927) is listed in My Father’s House with her father and grandfather on Pedigree Chart 3. A history of their family is in The Capps Family.  

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Book #9

The Cocke Family

The Cocke Family begins with Richard Cocke, who emigrated from England to Virginia, about 1628, and ends with Martha “Patsy” Ann Cocke, who married John Bowles in 1805. Included is the chronicle of Elizabeth Pleasants, who married James Cocke in 1691, to John Pleasants (1644-1698), a Quaker, and his ancestors of Norwich, England. Also included is an account of Mary Lewis, who married James Cocke in 1751, to William Lewis (born about 1660 in Virginia).

Included as well is the history of Elizabeth Woodson, who married William Lewis in 1677, to Dr. John Woodson (1586-1644). Also recorded is the chronology of Martha Holland Parish, who married James Cocke in 1774, to Humphrey Parish, who was born about 1650 and resided in New Kent County, Virginia. Furthermore, a history of Judith Holland (born 1739 in Goochland County, Virginia), who married David Parish in 1758, to Gabriel Holland, who was born abut 1600 in England, is recorded. 

Martha “Patsy” Ann Cocke (1786-1853) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 2, 11, and 33. A history of her family is in The Cocke Family.

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Book #10

The Farrar Family

The Farrar Family begins with Henri Ferror, who lived in the early sixteenth century, and ends with Judith Farrar, who married Redmond Rudd Smith in 1824. Included is the Kelke family, from Cecily Kelke, who married John Farrer in 1574, to Christopher Kelke, who married Isabell Girlington about 1527. Christopher Kelke was the son of Katherine Hildyard, whose ancestry has been traced back to 6 A.D. Also included is an account of the Lacy family from Margaret Lacy to John Lacy, who was born about 1500 in England.

Also recorded is the history of the illustrious Savile family from Agnes Savile, to Henry Savile, who died in 1437. Included is a chronology of Priscilla Baugh, who married Major William Farrar in 1682, to Edward Baugh of Twyning, England, who was born about 1535. Also included is the history of Elizabeth Boyd, of Boydton, Virginia, who married George Farrar, III in 1783, to Robert Boyd (1687-1766), of Scotland. Furthermore are accounts of the families of Cicely Reynolds (1596-1654), who married William Farrar (1594-1637; immigrated to Virginia in 1618) about 1624, and Dianna Hillsman, who married George Farrar in 1751. Many other ancient lines that go back to Europe are also recorded.

Judith Farrar (circa 1807-1836) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 8, 26, 45, and 71. A history of her family is in The Farrar Family.

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Book #11

The Fulk Family

The Fulk Family begins with Emanuel Fulk of Illinois, who was born about 1810, and ends with Maude Alice Fulk, who married Louis Sexton Barker in 1887. Included is the chronology of Elizabeth Jane Abbott, who married Ira P. Fulk in 1857, to Benjamin Abbott, who was born about 1750 and resided in Rowan County, North Carolina. Also included is a history of the Hudgens family, which includes Mary Hudgens, who married Benjamin Abbott in 1781, and her father, William Hudgens, who was born about 1735 and lived in Rowan County, North Carolina. Lastly, there is a history of seven generations of the Myers family from Hannah Myers, who was born in 1791 and resided in Rowan County, North Carolina, to Casper Maiers, who lived in Raterschen, Switzerland, in the late 1500s and early 1600s. 

Maude Alice Fulk (1862-1931) is listed in My Father’s House with her parents and grandparents on Pedigree Charts 1 and 5. A history of her family is in The Fulk Family, including the Abbott, Hudgens, and Myers families.  

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Book #12

The Hastings Family

The Hastings Family begins with Thomas Hastings, who emigrated from England to Massachusetts in 1634, and ends with Elizabeth Hastings, who married Samuel Whitney in 1735. Included is an account of the Cheney family of Roxbury, Massachusetts. Also included is the chronology of Lydia Brown, who married Joseph Hastings in 1714, to Lydia Brown (1697-after 1742), and a history of the Shattuck Family of Watertown, Massachusetts. Also recorded is an account of Mary Hyde, who married Abraham Brown (1671-1729) in 1693, to Samuel Hyde, who emigrated from England to Massachusetts in 1639. Furthermore, an account of the family of John Fuller (1611-1697), a founder of Newton, Massachusetts, is given. 

Elizabeth Hastings (1716-1800) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 30 and 62. A history of her family is in The Hastings Family.

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Book #13

The Houghton Family

The Houghton Family begins with John Houghton, who emigrated from England to Massachusetts about 1650, and ends with Lois Houghton, who married Eliphalet Whitney in 1776. Included is a chronology of Deliverance Ross, who married Solomon Houghton in 1751, to James Ross, who died in 1690 in Sudbury, Massachusetts. Also included is an account of Elizabeth Bennett, who married Joshua Houghton in 1719, to George Bennett, who was born about 1630 and resided in Lancaster, Massachusetts. Furthermore there is a history of Richard Linton (born circa 1587 in England), who immigrated to Massachusetts in the early 1600s.

Lois Houghton (1756-1838) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 9, 31, and 65. A history of her family is in The Houghton Family.

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Book #14

The Huntington Family

The Huntington Family begins with Simon Huntington, a Puritan, who emigrated from Norwich, England, to New England in 1633, and ends with Lydia Huntington, who married Elihu Tinker in 1766. Included is a chronicle of four generations of the family of Margaret Baret. Also recorded is an account of Mary Marvin, who married Thomas Adgate in 1660, to Matthew Marvin, who emigrated from Great Bentley, England, to Connecticut in 1635; he was a founder of Hartford. The English ancestry of Matthew Marvin is also included.

Lydia Huntington (1744-1816) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 9, 29, and 52. A history of her family is in The Huntington Family.

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Book #15

The Jefferson Family

The Jefferson Family begins with Thomas Jefferson, who died in Chesterfield County, Virginia, in 1697, and ends with Judith Jefferson (aunt of President Thomas Jefferson), who married George Farrar about 1717. Included is the chronology of Mary Branch (born about 1666 in Henrico County, Virginia), wife of Thomas Jefferson, to the Branch family of Abingdon, England. Also included are the pedigrees of the ancient Bostock and Venable families back to 742 A.D., and earlier. Also recorded is the history of Mary Field (1679-1715), who married Thomas Jefferson, and her possible ancestors. Also included is an account of the Henry Soane (1623-1662) family of James City County, Virginia. Many other ancient lines that go back to Great Britain are also recorded.

Judith Jefferson (1698-1782) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 26 and 47. A history of her family is in The Jefferson Family.

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Book #16

The Massey Family

The Massey Family begins with William A. Massey, who was born in 1785 in South Carolina, and ends with Frances Ewell Massey, who died in 1974 in Little Rock, Arkansas. Included is an account of Frances Melvina Anderson (1838-1882), wife of William Massey, a Confederate soldier, who was wounded and captured in the Second Battle of Ft. Donelson, to John Anderson, who was born about 1665 in Maryland.

Frances Ewell Massey (1904-1974) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 1, 6, and 19. A history of her family is in The Massey Family.

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Book #17

The Mattix Family

The Mattix Family begins with Cynthia Mattix (1813-1867), who married Nimrod Capps, a noted hunter, and ends with Edward Mattix, who was a Revolutionary War soldier.

Cynthia Mattix (1813-1867) and her ancestors are listed in My Father’s House on Pedigree Charts 3 and 18. A history of her family is in The Mattix Family.

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Book #18

The Morgan Family

The Morgan Family begins with Hardy Morgan, and ends with Anna Morgan, who married Walter Bowles in 1883. Included is an account of William Hearne, who immigrated to America in 1688, and Nancy Elizabeth Hearne, who was born in 1793. Also included is a chronology of Harriet Ophelia Lay, who married George Whitfield Morgan in 1866, to Abraham Lay, who first came to America while serving as a cabin boy in 1715. Also recorded is a history of Nancy Elizabeth Dancy (1817-1893/1898), wife of William Lay, to John Dancy, who emigrated from England to Virginia in 1621. An account of Benjamin Towler, a Revolutionary War soldier at Yorktown, is also given.

Anna Morgan (1869-1955) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 1 and 4. A history of her family is in The Morgan Family.

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Book #19

The Nisbett Family

The Nisbett Family begins with John Nisbet, who was born in 1705 in Scotland, and may be the father of Alexander Nisbett (1731-1773), who lived for many years in the Waxhaw area of northern South Carolina. The Nisbetts were friends and neighbors with the Jacksons, and Alexander Nisbett is buried about a hundred feet from Andrew Jackson, Sr., the father of President Andrew Jackson. Alexander’s son, Colonel Joseph Nisbett (circa 1770-1825), served beside General Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans. Joseph’s son, James Nisbett (1811-1880), built the first frame house in Jonesboro, Arkansas, and his son, William Washington Nisbett (1836-1889), became one of the most prominent men in Jonesboro.

Included is an account of John McMurray, a Revolutionary War soldier from County Antrim, Ireland, to his daughter, Elizabeth McMurray, who married Joseph Nisbett, about 1810. Also included is the history of Matthew Rodgers (born about 1750 in Ireland) to Jane Young Rodgers, who married James Nisbett, about 1835. Also included is the history of John Gillon (1753-1783), a Revolutionary War Soldier who almost died on the field of battle, to Rebecca Gillon, who married James Rodgers, about 1810. The Nisbett Family also includes the account of Robert Young (born 1728 in probably County Antrim, Ireland), whose daughter, Jane Young, married John Gillon in 1783.

William Washington Nisbett (1836-1889) and his ancestors are listed in My Father’s House on Pedigree Charts 3, 14, and 38. A history of his family is in The Nisbett Family.

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Book #20

The Onyett Family

The Onyett Family begins with Thomas Unyett (also spelled Unniot, Onyit, Unyat), who was born in 1610 in Kings Cliffe, Northampton, England, and ends with Elizabeth Onyett, who emigrated from Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, England, to America with her family in 1820, and married William Barker in 1839. 

Elizabeth Onyett (1820-1895) and her ancestors are listed in My Father’s House on Pedigree Charts 4, 20, and 43. A history of her family is in The Onyett Family.

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Book #21

The Phillips Family

The Phillips Family begins with William Phillips, who emigrated from Wales to America in 1795, and served as a colonel during the War of 1812, and ends with Mary Evelyn Phillips, who married Augustus Burnet Smith in 1858. 

Mary Evelyn Phillips (1840-1890) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 1 and 9. A history of her family is in The Phillips Family.

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Book #22

The Rogers Family

The Rogers Family begins with Charles Rogers (born about 1657), a resident of London, England, whose daughter, Jane Rogers, became the grandmother of President Thomas Jefferson, and ends with Anna Maria Rogers, who married William Jackson Bowles in 1840. Included is an account of Jane Lilburne, who married Charles Rogers about 1683 to Sir John Lilburne (1279-1355). Also included is an account of Judith Bradshaw (born about 1732 in Virginia), wife of William Rogers, to John Bradshaw (died in 1711 in Henrico County, Virginia). Furthermore, a history of Huldah Clark (1772-1834), wife of Charles Rogers, to Jeffery Clark (born about 1747) of Goochland County, Virginia, is shown. Other ancient lines are also recorded.

Anna Maria Rogers (1814-1881) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 1, 3, and 15. A history of her family is in The Rogers Family.

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Book #23

The Sharp Family

The Sharp Family begins with Mathias Schaub (circa 1655-1703) of Konigsbach, Germany, and ends with Marion Carlos Sharp, Jr., father of Cathy, Ron, Nancy and Richard (Sharp) Martin, who was a combat soldier in World War II, fighting in Italy, France and Germany. Also included is the chronology of Sarah Johnston, who married George Sharp in 1799, to William Johnston (born about 1700 of Culpeper County, Virginia). Sarah Johnston was the daughter of George Johnston, a personal friend of U.S. President James K. Polk (they signed a promissory note together in 1823). The Sharp Family also includes an account of Celia Coffey, who married James Simpson Sharp in 1827, to Edward Coffey, who was born about 1670 and lived in Essex County, Virginia. 

Marion Carlos Sharp, Jr. (1924-1980) and his ancestors are listed in My Father’s House on Pedigree Charts 1, 10, and 34. A history of his family is in The Sharp Family.

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Book #24

The Sidenbender Family

The Sidenbender Family begins with Heinrich Seidenbender, who emigrated from Mosbach, Baden, Germany, to America in 1751, and ends with Maria Jane Sidenbender, who married Henry Smith in 1866. Included is the history of the Brendel family that begins with Susanna Brendel (born about 1763) and ends with Johann Heinrich Brendel, who was born about 1650 and lived in Oberbronn, Alsace, France. Also included is a history of the Christman family that begins with Maria Appollonia Christman, who married Johann Phillip Brendel (born 1718 in Langensoultzbach, Alsace, France) in 1745 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Johan Henrick Christman, who was born about 1695 in Quimbach, Pfaltz, Germany.

Maria Jane Sidenbender (1845-1928) and her ancestors are listed in My Father’s House on Pedigree Charts 1 and 7. A history of her family is in The Sidenbender Family.

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Book #25

The Smith Family

The Smith Family begins with Philip Schmidt/Smith, a captain in the German Army, who emigrated from Germany to Pennsylvania in 1750, and ends with Claire Smith, who married Marion Carlos Sharp, Sr. (1905-1988) in 1923 and had four children.

Claire Smith (1907-1991) and her ancestors are listed in My Father’s House on Pedigree Charts 1, 6, and 24. A history of her family is in The Smith Family.

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Book #26

The Smith (Bowles) Family

The Smith Family begins with William Smith of Virginia, and ends with Jessie Isaac Smith, who married John William Massey, a railroad conductor, in 1902. Included is an account of Nancy Rudd, who married Augustine Smith, Jr. about 1790, to Captain John Rudd of Virginia. Also included is a chronicle of the Burnett family from Phebe Burnett, who married Augustine Smith, Sr. about 1760, to Alexander Burnard, who fought for Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland. 

Jessie Isaac Smith (1876-1923) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 1, 8, 22, and 50. A history of her family is in The Smith Family.

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Book #27

The Tinker Family

The Tinker Family begins with Mr. John Tinker (1613/1615-1662), friend and business agent of John Winthrop, Governor of Massachusetts, who emigrated from England to Massachusetts about 1635, and ends with Elizabeth Tinker, who married Isaac Cullen Phillips in 1823.

Elizabeth “Betsy” Tinker (1806-1850/1860) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 9, 28, and 50. A history of her family is in The Tinker Family.

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Book #28

The Van Gundy Family

The Van Gundy Family begins with Peter Van Gundy, who emigrated from Switzerland to Pennsylvania in the early 1700s, and ends with Ann Van Gundy, who married Joseph Sidenbender in 1827. Included is an account of Catherine Conner (1780-1856), who married Jacob Van Gundy in 1798/1800, and her father, Jacob Conner, a Revolutionary War soldier, who died in 1805 in Ross County, Ohio.

Ann Van Gundy (1808-1898) and her ancestors are listed in My Father’s House on Pedigree Charts 7 and 27. A history of her family is in The Van Gundy Family.

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Book #29

The Whitney Family

The Whitney Family begins with John Whitney, who emigrated from England to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635, and ends with Relief Whitney, who married Ralph Tinker in 1803. Also, included are accounts of the Robert Reynolds family of Boston, Massachusetts, and the Hagar and Bemis families of Watertown, Massachusetts. In addition, a chronology of Mary Robinson, who married Nathaniel Whitney in 1695, to William Robinson (1640-1693) is shown. Furthermore, a history of Elizabeth Cutter, who married William Robinson in 1667, to Elizabeth Leatherhead Cutter (1580-1664), who emigrated from England to Massachusetts in the early 1600s after a “hard voyage,” is recorded.

Relief Whitney (1786-1861) and her ancestors are listed in Worthy to Remember on Pedigree Charts 9, 30, and 59. A history of her family is in The Whitney Family.

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MY FATHER’S HOUSE

COMPRISING FIVE VOLUMES

An Introduction, Pedigree Charts, Overview, Best Places to Visit, Cemeteries and Homes, Family in the Military, and fourteen individual family histories make up My Father’s House. It is the family history of Marion Carlos Sharp, Jr., the father of the compiler, who served as a combat soldier in World War II.

Book #30

My Father’s House – Volume 1 of 5

Volume One of My Father’s House.

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Book #30

My Father’s House – Volume 2 of 5

Volume Two of My Father’s House.

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Book #30

My Father’s House – Volume 3 of 5

Volume Three of My Father’s House.

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Book #30

My Father’s House – Volume 4 of 5

Volume Four of My Father’s House.

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Book #30

My Father’s House – Volume 5 of 5

Volume Five of My Father’s House.

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WORTHY TO REMEMBER

Comprising Seven Volumes

An Introduction, Pedigree Charts, Overview, Best Places to Visit, Cemeteries and Homes, Family in the Military, and fifteen individual family histories make up Worthy to Remember. It is the family history of Patricia Anna Elizabeth Bowles, the mother of the compiler, who died in 2006.

Book #31

Worthy to Remember – Volume 1 of 7

Volume One of Worthy to Remember.

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Worthy to Remember – Volume 2 of 7

Volume Two of Worthy to Remember.

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Worthy to Remember – Volume 3 of 7

Volume Three of Worthy to Remember.

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Worthy to Remember – Volume 4 of 7

Volume Four of Worthy to Remember.

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Worthy to Remember – Volume 5 of 7

Volume Five of Worthy to Remember.

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Worthy to Remember – Volume 6 of 7

Volume Six of Worthy to Remember.

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Worthy to Remember – Volume 7 of 7

Volume Seven of Worthy to Remember.

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SEASONS TO REMEMBER

The genealogy of Vester L. Crocker of Mississippi and Texas, including the family histories of the Crocker, Henley, Killen, McCraw, Savell, and Warren families.

Book #32

Seasons to Remember

The family history of Vester L. Crocker, stepfather of the compiler, who was born in 1930 in Mississippi. It is divided into six separate histories, which include the Crocker, Henley, Killen, McCraw, Savell, and Warren Families. The Warren Family begins with William de Warenne, who died in 1088, and ends with Lillie Mae Warren, who died in 1981 in Houston, Texas.

The direct line ancestors of Vester L. Crocker are outlined on the Pedigree Charts that are shown at the beginning of this history.

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Book #32

Seasons to Remember – Volume 1 of 2

Volume One of Seasons to Remember.

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Seasons to Remember – Volume 2 of 2

Volume Two of Seasons to Remember.

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MASTER INDEX

Index for Book #1 through Book #29 for quick reference.

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Master Index

Indexes for 29 books complied into one resource.

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