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CD: The Essex Genealogist, Volumes 1 and 2 (1981-1982)

by Essex Society of Genealogists

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0788412582, CD-ROM)

Now on CD-ROM! Volumes comprise the society's quarterly journals. Recurring highlights of the journals include the "TEG Feature Article," "It Happened in Essex County", "Crest and Shield" (heraldry information), "Tools of the Trade", "The Ahnentafel" (generational charts), "Research in Progress," "Ask TEG," "Society News," and "Genealogical Queries." ***Volume 1, 1981 - Family names featured in this volume include Chadwell, Kelley, Everitt, Dearborn, Wilson (Wiswall), Graham-Vedoe, Hillman, Reed, Ramsdell, McIntosh, Eaton, and Gray. An index is included. ***Volume 2, 1982 - In this volume: Feature Articles: "Inhabitants of the Saugus Iron Works," "Urban Research," "Lynn's Free Burying Ground." "Crest and Shield: Dodge, Dudley, Eaton, Emerson, Fletcher, Foster, French, Frost, Gould, Greene, hart, Hutchinson, Hill, Ingalls. Research in Progress: Doliber/Dolliver, Randall Elizabeth Phippen, John Smith of Barnstable. Other family names featured in the volume: Rantoul, Storey, Wilson, Coddington, Putnam, Tilley. 1999, CD, Adobe Acrobat, PC and MAC, 443 pp.

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