John Marsh of Craven & Kershaw Counties, South Carolina and His Descendants and Research Notes on Marsh, by U. Bowdoin Marsh, orig. 1987 - 2000 reprint. 8½x11", hardbound book, 280+ pages. This indexed family history includes photographs, documents, original artwork and notes that include Miscellaneous wills, Marsh, Pennsylvania and location of some Marsh records as well as an itemization of research notes. In addition to a surname index, this book also includes a slave index. Some of the states included are Alabama, Georgia, North & South Carolina, Mississippi, Virginia, Maryland and Delaware. Originally printed in 1987, the 2000 printing has been authorized by Mr. Marsh and is printed from an existing book, rather than his original manuscript. R327-$61.00| E-Book Available
Families, by Penny Linder, 1997. 8½x11" softbound book, 256 pages, indexed,
includes Coats of Arms, documents and pictures.
This book is a study of persons and families with the surname Mason. It is about
several Mason families in the early United States, England, France, and more.
MASON - See also Oler
McKNIGHT - See Weaver
MILLS - Nasby MILLS of Knox County, Kentucky: His Descendants and Ancestors, by M. Virginia Mills, 1996, reprint 2010. 8½x11", hardbound book, 270 pages, includes index. R365-$46.00 | E-Book Available
MOULD - See Early New England Families
The Family (Mudge) Letters: A Portrait of an American Family Through Letters From the 18th to the 20th Centaury, edited by John T. B. Mudge, 2008. 984 pages, 8.5x11", hardbound book, ISBN 978097082450, indexed and contains illustrations, genealogical information, and a family timeline from 1621 to 2006, and photographs. The book a collection of letters from the late 18th century, through the 19th century, and into the early 20th century that tells the story of six generations of one family. It includes letters from the Virginia side of the family— letters from John Cropper of Accomac, Virginia, and his descendants, most notably Cropper’s grandson, Henry A. Wise, Congressman, Governor, and General, and his children. Additional material includes includes letters and diaries from the New York side of the family— the Whitesides, McKies, and Thayers of Cambridge and Troy, New York. The book includes letters from Valley Forge, the American Civil War, and the Spanish-American War. It includes the letters between Henry Wise Hobson of Virginia and Colorado and his wife, Katherine Thayer Hobson of Troy and Colorado Springs, and then the letters written after Henry Hobson’s death in 1898 as a young widow raised her family. AD2317-$80.00
MULESA - See Dean
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