Thursday, April 4, 2013

New Items for March 2013 and Upcoming Area Events


New Items at the Roy and Helen Hall Memorial Library
March 2013

General:
  • Applications for Enrollment of Choctaw Newborn Act of 1905: Volumes: IV, V, VI, VII
  • Civil War Medicine 1861 – 1865
  • Doctors in Blue: The Medical History of the Union Army in the Civil War
  • Doctors in Gray: The Confederate Medical Service
  • Early Narratives of the Northwest 1634 – 1699
  • The Encyclopedia of Civil War Medicine
  • Gangrene and Glory: Medical Care During the American Civil War
  • Lineages of Members of the National Society of the Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims: Volumes I  and II
  • Mayflower Descendant: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy, History, and Biography: Volume XIV
  • New England Gazetteer
  • Nineteenth – Century Germans to America: A Consolidation of Six Pamphlets Identifying Emigrants from Baden – Wuerttemberg, Hamburg, Bremen, Nordrhein – Westfalen, Rheinland – Pfalz, and Schleswig – Holstein
  • Preliminary Inventory of the Textual Records of the Office of the Surgeon General (Army) Record Group 112
  • Scots – Irish Links 1575 – 1725 Part 9
  • Zap the Grandma Gap: Connect With Your Family by Connecting Them to Their Family History (we have two copies of this – one of which can be checked out)
  • Genealogy: How to Find Your Ancestors (this may be checked out)
  • The Negro in the Civil War (this may be checked out)
Alabama:
  • Fort Powell and the Civil War: Western Approaches to Mobile Bay 1861 – 1865

Delaware:
  • Delaware Bible Records: Volume 5
  • The Delaware Finns
  • The Records of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church Wilmington, Delaware, from 1697 to 1773 and Catalogue and Errata of the Records of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church
Georgia:
  • 1835 Cherokee Valuations
  • Sketches of Rabun County History 1819 – 1948
Indiana:
  • Cemeteries of the Northeast Section of Dearborn County, Indiana
  • Delayed Birth Records at Dearborn, Indiana
Kentucky:
  • The Battle of Sacramento: Forrest’s First Fight – A Skirmish of Future Generals
  • Kentucky in the War of 1812
  • Marriage Bonds and Consents 1831 – 1850 Mercer County, Kentucky
  • Monroe County, Kentucky Marriage Records 1852 thru 1859, 1875 thru 1878, 1894 & 1906
  • Monroe County, Kentucky Marriages 1799 – 1842
Louisiana:
  • Land Claims in Louisiana and Missouri: House of Representatives Report Number 273, 15th Congress – 1st Session
Maryland:
  • Baltimore County, Maryland Deed Records: Volume Two: 1727 – 1757, Volume Three: 1755 – 1767, and Volume Four: 1767 – 1775
  • Genealogical and Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Maryland: Volume I and II
  • Worcester County, Maryland Wills, Liber, MH 1822 – 1833
  • Worcester County, Maryland Wills, Liber, LPS 1834 – 1851
  • Worcester County, Maryland Wills, Liber, JW4 1769 – 1783  
Mississippi:
  • Marriages and Deaths from Mississippi Newspapers: Volume 3 1813 – 1850
Ohio:
  • Belmont County, Ohio
  • History of Morgan County, Ohio 1818 – 1889
Pennsylvania:
  • Births, Marriages, and Deaths of Beaver & Washington Counties, Pennsylvania 1852 – 1854
  • Excerpts From the Diary of the Rev. Robert Dilworth and His Cousin, Blacksmith Dilworth Nov. 19, 1789 – 1865
  • Index to Washington County, Pennsylvania Wills 1781 – 1900
  • Mount Pleasant United Presbyterian Church Darlington, Pennsylvania October 24, 1797 – October 24, 1976
  • Mt. Pleasant Cemetery: Darlington Twp. Beaver Co. PA
South Carolina:
  • Records of the Regiments of the South Carolina Line in the Revolutionary War
Tennessee:
  • Anderson County, Tennessee Wills and Settlements 1830 – 1842
  • Bledsoe County, Tennessee Circuit Court Execution Docket 1810 – 1824
  • Coffee County, Tennessee Marriage Records: Volume 1 Book A 1853 – 1862
  • Obion County, Tennessee 1836 Civil Districts 1837 Obion Tax Listing Rutherford County, Tennessee Tax Lists 1809 – 1813
  • Sullivan County, Tennessee Rhea Papers
  • Washington County, Tennessee 1836 Civil Districts & 1838 Tax Lists
Texas:
  • Brazos County 1900 – 1910 Czech Census Extractions
  • Czech Family Histories Volumes I, II, III, IV
  • Czechs in Uniform: A Tribute to Our Czech Veterans Volumes I, II, and III
  • Lee County Czechs: United States Census Extractions 1900 – 1910 – 1920 – 1930 With 1900 and 1910 Lee County Tax Roll Extractions
  • Osage Cemetery, Coryell County, Texas
  • Stalkin’ Kin in Old West Texas
  • Turnersville Cemetery, Coryell County, Texas
Virginia:
  • 1810 Botetourt County, Virginia Census
  • Annals of Tazewell County Virginia From 1800 – 1924: Volume I 1800 – 1852,   Volume II 1853 – 1924
  • Botetourt Co. VA Will Book A 1770 – 1801
  • Chronicles of Border Warfare or a History of the Settlement by the Whites, of North-western Virginia
  • Index to Virginia Estates 1800 – 1865: Volume 6 Counties of Augusta and Rockingham, City of Staunton
  • Marriage and Deaths from Lynchburg, Virginia Newspapers 1794 – 1836
  • Our Quaker Friends of Ye Olden Time: Being in Part a Transcript of the Minute Books of Cedar Creek Meeting, Hanover County, and the South River Meeting, Campbell County, Virginia
  • Patrick County, Virginia 1810 Tax List
  • Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Appeals of Virginia
  • Tazewell County, Virginia Birth Records 1853 – 1870: Part 1: 1853 – 1860
West Virginia:
  • Cabell County [West Virginia] Annals and Families
  • Greenbrier Pioneers and Their Homes

Upcoming Area Events: 


Friday and Saturday April 4 & 5 at the Haggard Public Library 2501 Coit Rd, Plano: TexGenWeb will hold their annual Conference.  For information on the schedule, go to http://txpalopinto.org/meeting/schedule.html  To register for this conference, go to http://www.txpalopinto.org/meeting/registration.htm
 
Wednesday, April 10 7:00 pm at the Haggard Public Library 2501 Coit Rd, Plano: The Collin County Genealogical Society will host a free program by Dr. Richard McCaslin.  Dr. McCaslin will speak about "Texas in the Civil War".  All are welcome to come to this program.

Thursday, April 11 6:45 pm at the Roy and Helen Hall Memorial Library 101 East Hunt Street, McKinney: The North Collin County Genealogical Society will host a free program by Mic Barnett.  Mr. Barnett will speak about "The 1867 Voters Registrations in the Reconstruction South: Who Could Register, Who Could Not and Their Usefulness to Researchers".  All are welcome to come to this program.

Saturday, April 20 10:30 am - 12:30 pm at the Haggard Public Library 2501 Coit Rd, Plano: Genealogy Friends of Plano Libraries, Inc. will present a free program “Beyond Genealogy to Life Story: Approaches to Organizing and Creating Life Stories, Memoirs and Family Histories". The speaker will be David Coy.  All are welcome to come to this program.

Saturday, May 11 10:30 am - 12:30 pm at the Roy and Helen Hall Memorial Library 101 East Hunt Street, McKinney: Spread the word to your family and friends who are interested in getting started in their Genealogy quest.  We will be having a Genealogy 101 program.  This free program will cover the basics of Genealogy.
 
 





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