[Borton family genealogical records]

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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Genealogical Dept. , Salt Lake City, Utah
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Reproduces records and updates of books compiled by Nellaray Holt on relatives of Borton families, pictures, documents, and letters, some dating back to 1500s.

LC ClassificationsCS71.B336, Microfilm 99/15 (C)
The Physical Object
Pagination12 microfilm reels
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL100313M
LC Control Number99214672

Partial contents -- v. 3 (cont.) Index to the biographical sketches published in "The Friend", vols. / contributed by Wm. [Borton family genealogical records] book Inscriptions on the tombstones in the Free Quakers' Graveyard, west side of Fifth Street below Locust Street, Philadelphia, removed to Fatlands, Montgomery Co.

Pennsylvania; Notes on the West family of. Borton William Borton to Esther Borton Haines compiled and copyright by MJP Grundy, Common Vetch, by Anne E.

Nydam, copyrightused with permission. This page does not try to be the definitive Borton family history. All it hopes to do is gather information about the ancestors of Esther Borton who married John Haines in If you. William Eleazar Barton, 2 books Nellaray Holt, 2 books Preston Wolfe, 1 book Ellen Cochran French, 1 book Louise Egan Peterson, 1 book George Ordish, 1 book Clara Barton, 1 book Mildred Jackson Shirley, 1 book Carol A.

Jackson Dunkel, 1 book Ivan H. Brown, 1 book June Barton Bartholomew, 1 book Caroline Latham Bode, 1 book Margaretta Barton. Includes additions and corrections to the book entitled: "The Barton book" also called " The Barton blue book." Title varies: Barton bulletin (); Barton Historical Society newsletter (present).

Issues designations are the special season or occasion and the year, such as Easter (spring), Reunion (summer) and Christmas (winter).

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[email protected] wrote: > > I found the pages I had copied from the book entitled "A general History of > the Engle Family" by Rebecca Cuthbert Rue (Granddaughter of Lucy Ann Burr) > compiled about > > "The early records of Haddonfield Monthly Meeting being partly missing, it is > impossile to ascertain who his son, John, married as his Spouse: Hannah (Unknown) Borton.

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Carpenter, educational and teaching material of Esther Carpenter, and miscellaneous printed items of [Borton family genealogical records] book family living in southern Wood County.

.3 linear ft.) MS 19 O. Workman () Papers, Paulding County, Ohio Correspondence, literary manuscripts, printed material.

But we have continued to research the family, relying heavily on the Packer family records for support. Rhoda Packer Borton and Mathias Aspden, Jr. The search for Rhoda Packer lead us to the History of the Borton and Mason Families in Europe and America, by Freeman Clark Mason.

Published inthe book includes the Affirmation of Rhoda. A collection of family genealogies. This document consists of two parts. The first is a handwritten account of the Showers family history, compiled by Mr.

Willard Tottle of Brantford, Ontario, Canada, as well as a handwritten genealogy family tree of the deSchuers / Showers family, along with transcripts of several wills, presumably compiled by the same person. A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of a Commonwealth and the Founding of a Nation.

Four Volumes $ $ compiled notebooks and miscellaneous records on various family names; genealogical and historical periodicals, scattered issues; and published genealogies and family histories on the Brown, Burnett, Hulings, Mannen, Parker, and related families.” Subjects: Prickett family and 28 other items.

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Elizabeth BORTON, born 27 Jul in Aynhoe / Northampton / ENG; died 02 May in Mount Holly / Burlington Co / was the daughter of John BORTON and Anne KINTON. Notes for John WOOLMAN: SOURCES: BOOK:Descendants of John & Elizabeth (Borton) Woolman Married of Burlington County, New Jersey p.

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Descendants of some historic residents have had their DNA tested. Hi Kat, My great uncle (Captn) John Haines published a book on the Haines geneology although I've been told it was mostly from another book written much earlier by a Haines who was an MD out of Philadelphia - would that be the book you cited.

My grandfather, RT Haines was raised Quaker he used to tell us stories about the piney families that they were friends with (decendants of the Tories.

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