Tuesday, January 4, 2011

New to the Collection in December 2010

Here are the new titles that arrived last month.
Naturalizations of foreign protestants in the American and West Indian colonies; Catawba County probates index 1843-1885; Ashe Co, NC marriage records 1817-1871; North Carolina Revolutionary Pensioners under the Acts of 1818 & 1832; West Virginia Revolutionary Ancestors – nonmilitary; Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland Vol. XII; Nineteenth Century Tennessee adoptions, legitimations, and name changes; History of Caswell County (NC) 1777-1977; Tennesseans before 1800: Washington Co and Davidson Co; Guide to County Records in the NC State Archives; Genealogical Abstracts from Shelby County, AL newspapers 1868-1888; AL artillery units and their organization within the Confederate Army; Early records of Calhoun City (MS) Baptist church; Colored patriots of the American Revolution with sketches of several distinguished colored persons; Veterans of Tallahatchie Co, MS; St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Delaware OH 1817-1918; Hancock Co, IN Civil War soldiers plus related facts; Rhea Co, TN tax lists 1832-1834 and county court minutes 1829-1834; Eskridge’s early history of Tallahatchie Co, MS; Jefferson Co, TN court minutes 1792-1795; Hamilton Co, OH burial records Crosby and Whitewater Township Cemeteries; Mississippi Soldiers revolutionary, 1812, Indian and Mexican wars; Cemeteries of Grenada Co, MS and surrounding areas; Descendants of early settlers of Perry Co, MS; Dearborn Co, IN cemetery records Jackson Township, Kelso Township, Manchester Township, York Township; Sullivan Co, TN cemeteries; Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newport Vermillion Co, IN 1874-1875; Deed Abstracts of Warren County, KY 1797-1821; Athens (GA) Rotary Club History; Abstracts from the Clarksville Standard (TX) Jan 2 , 1858-May 25, 1861; 1783 Tax List of Baltimore Co, MD; Records of Middlesex Co, VA; Company A of the Fortieth GA infantry regiment in the Confederate Service; History of Methodism in Tennessee.

Don't forget our program with guest speaker John Wylie on January 22 at 10:30am.

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