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New York: Columbia University Press. 1948. IX+78 pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean condition, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is lightly soiled with light wear to edges, including small chip and small tears.
East Sandwich, MA: Nye Family of America Association. 1977. 875pp +lv +14 blank pages for additions. Illustrated. Hardcover with slipcase. Both the book and slipcase are in near fine condition.
East Sandwich, MA: Nye Family of America Association. 1980. 609pp +cii + 8pp (blank for additions). Illustrated. Hardcover with slipcase, both in fine condition.
GENEALOGY OF DELBERT JAMES HAFF AND WIFE GRACE ISABEL BARSE. WITH MONOGRAPHS RELATIVE TO THE CHAMPION, DEWOLF, GRIFFIN, PECK, BUSH, BARSE, COOK, AND NICHOLS FAMILY
Kansas City, MO:Martin Printing Co. (1936). viii+110pp. Illustrated. Limited edition, #7 of 125 copies. Hardcover. Black leatherette covers lightly soiled and shelf-worn. Internally, aside from penciled notes on 6 different pages, but otherwise in very good clean condition. With additional typed pages laid in referring to a Miller Family record.
Athens, GA:Iberian Publishing Company. (1985). 409pp with map at rear. In very good condition. Aside from some light soiling to the covers and a penned page number (p63-66) on the title page, a very good, clean copy.
MARYLAND REVOLUTIONARY RECORDS. Data Obtained from 3,050 Pension Claims and Bounty Land Applications, including 1,000 Marriages of Maryland Soldiers and A List of 1,200 Proved Services of Soldiers and Patriots of Other States.
Baltimore:Genealogical Publishing Company. 1967. 155pp. Reprint of 1938 edition. Grey boards are lightly shelf-worn with light soiling. There is no dust jacket. Internally, save for some browning to end pages at hinges both front and rear, a very good, clean copy. No previous owners marks or signatures.
Bridgewater, MA:Henry T. Pratt, Printer. 1897. vi+frontis+424pp. Hardcover. Red buckram binding, with title to gilt on spine, is rubbed and lightly soiled with sun-fading to spine strip. Internally, a previous owners bookplate is attached to inside front board but otherwise pages are clean and bright. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A very good, clean copy.
PLYMOUTH COLONY PROBATE GUIDE. Where To Find Wills and Related Data for 800 People of Plymouth Colony 1620-1691
(Warwick, RI):Plymouth Colony Research Group. 1983. 1st edition. xxi+167pp. Hardcover. Book in very good, clean condition inside and out. A fine copy.
New York:The Holland Society. (1971). x+297pp. Illustrated with 2 seals of the Court. Hardcover. Light wear to blue boards with gilt still bright on cover and spine. Edge points worn to boards. Internally clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures. Some page edges creased, with page 280/281 roughly seperated with resulting tear to top margin. Overall, a very good tight copy.
No place noted:No Publisher noted. 1927. 68pp. Illustrated, with tissue guards. Hardcover. Green boards still in very good condition with gilt on cover still bright. Internally a previous owners card with penciled inscription centered on 1st free flyleaf, with an inked name at the top of page. The second free end-page has a newspaper article attached to the top of the page but with no offset to page. Otherwise, aside from some penciled margin notes to pages 66/67, a very good clean copy.
SPALDING MEMORIAL. A GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF EDWARD SPALDING OF MASSACHUSETTS BAY, AND HIS DESCENDANTS
Boston:Alfred Mudge & Son, Printers. 1872. 1st edition. xi+617pp. Illustrated with 5 color coats of arms plates and 10 portrait engravings, all with tissue guards intact. Hardcover. Brown boards soiled and shelfworn with wear to edges, spine ends fraying with a small tear along the top rear gutter, and edge points bumped worn to boards. Gilt on spine is dulled and page edges soiled. Internally 3 previous owners bookplates to boards, 2 to inside front board and 1 to inside rear board. Pages, aside from some light foxing scattered throughout, in very good, clean condition. The binding is tight, but both front and rear hinges have cracked. Overall, a near very good copy.
THE DESCENDANTS OF MAJOR SAMUEL LAWRENCE OF GROTON MASSACHUSETTS, With Some Mention of Allied Families
Cambridge:Riverside Press. 1904. VIII (2) 344pp. Illustrated with 2 plates. 1st edition. Ex library, from the New England Historic Genealogical Society, with a book plate on the inside front board, stamped withdrawn; a card envelop on the inside rear board; sticker on lower spine; enbossed stamp on title page; and 3 date stamps on end-pages. Aside from these markings, the pages are clean and bright. The binding is tight, but both hinges are cracked, to the webbing in the front. The boards are lightly shelf-worn with wear to edges and spine ends. Gilt is bright on cover, but dulled on spine. Overall, a good solid copy.
THE FOOTE FAMILY: OR THE DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL FOOTE, ONE OF THE FIRST SETTLERS OF WETHERSFIELD CONN., WITH GENEALOGICAL NOTES OF PASCO FOOTE, WHO SETTLED IN SALEM MASS., AND JOHN FOOTE AND OTHERS OF THE NAME, WHO SETTLED MORE RECENTLY IN NEW YORK
Hartford:Press of Case, Tiffany and Company. 1849. 1st edition. 360pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Publishers brown blind stamped boards soiled and shelfworn with spine strip worn and gilt dulled, and edges and edge points worn to boards in places. Internally, end pages age toned, with a previous owners bookplate to inside front board, an inked signature to 1st free end-page, and many penciled notes and other names to both front and rear end-pages. Mild, to at times moderate foxing scattered throughout with an occasional penciled margin note to page edges. The binding is tight with hinges intact. A good solid copy.
THE HAMLINS OF NEW ENGLAND. DESCENDENTS OF JAMES AND ANNA HAMLIN BARNSTABLE COUNTY MASSACHSETTS 1639-1936
Privately Printed (by the Mosher Press, Portland Maine). 1936.1st edition. 65pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Red boards lightly soiled and shelfworn along edges. Gilt on spine slightly dulled. Internally, end pages age toned, with a local historical society bookplate to inside front board as well as a previous owners name/date inked to 1st free endpage. Otherwise pages clean. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A very good copy.
THE LANCASTER FAMILY. A History of Thomas and Phebe Lancaster of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and Their Descendants from 1711-1902. Also A Sketch on The Origin of the Name and Family in England
Columbia City, IN:Henry Fred Lancaster. 1902. 1st edition. 291pp+11pp index. Illustrated. Hardcover. Green boards rubbed and lightly soiled and shelf-worn, with wear to edges and spine ends starting to fray. Internally, a page number to inside front board and an inscription to 2nd free endpage, otherwise pages clean. The last free end-page has a tear at the top edge where something was stapled to it. The binding is cocked, and cracked at page 199/200, but holding. Hinges are intact. A good copy.
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