The Humston family, a genealogy of the descendants of Edward Humston of Stafford County, Virginia, 1667, together with accounts of the allied families of Humstone, Humpstone & Humpston in the United States by Ezra Sams Humston, 1876-
Reflections of the life of Ulysses S. Cline by Adolph M. Reeder
The ancestry of Grafton Johnson: with its four branches the Johnson, the Holman, the Keen, the Morris: the history and genealogy of paternal progenitors, as confined to the United States, of the second Grafton Johnson of Greenwood, Indiana, great-great-grandson of the first Isaac Johnson, who reverts to the middle of the eighteenth century in […]
Joseph Genealogy by Vernon Hitchens
Kay, Wilson, Sawyer families (England, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana) by Luke, Miriam L
The lineage of Sophia Elizabeth Kavanaugh-Bear: in (Argall-Filmer), Green, Clay, Bruce, and Palmer Ancestry (maternal), Loftus, (Woods-Wallace), (Miller-Dulaney), Kavanaugh (paternal) by Sherlock, Sophia Elizabeth Bear, 1863-
A genealogy of Christian Keen, his wife Sophia Althouse and their descendants / by Ross E. Gaul. by Gaul, Ross E. (Ross Edward)
From Scotland to Huron: a history of the Kerr family by Wilfred Brenton Kerr, 1897-
Three centuries of the Keator family in America by Alfred Decker Keator, 1886-
The Kelly history, 1765-1942 by Agnes Kelley,
Descendants of William Kendall of Ashford, Connecticut, and Caledonia County, Vermont; a genealogy by Laughlin, Kendall, 1890-
Benjamin Fuller and some of his descendants, 1765-1958. by Banta, Richard Elwell.
A history of the Gabriel family of southern Pennsylvania and their descendants. by Shamel, H. Harold.
Frost genealogy in five families by Norman Seaver Frost 1848-
Genealogy of the Funk family, from George Funk, 1802-1871 to the present. by Funk, Jacob Lenhard, 1897-
Where Do I Start With My Family History? By Dave Miller I have had a number of friends who have recently asked me about doing their genealogy. Usually, the comment that I hear is, “I have no idea where to start!” or “All my ancestors are gone” or “No one really remembers anything in our […]