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New Addition to the SAR Library

New Addition to the SAR Library

 

Genealogy Bible Treasures: A Digital Photo Preservation and Index of Pre-Depression Era Bible Records.

 

This 903 page printed index contains 45,000 individual entries from 1,228 Tennessee area family Bibles.  Each of these entries is attached to a Bible identification number which may then be accessed on the accompanying DVD, allowing a view of the actual images of the Bible pages.  The index also provides an easy to follow “How to Use This Index” section.

 

DC Society SAR through the Years

1906-
 
The District of Columbia Society held its initial meeting of the season on November 21, when Hon. Henry Stockbridge delivered an address on immigration.

Who Was the 2ND Signer?

josiah BartlettJosiah Bartlett was born 21 Nov 1729 in Amesbury, Massachusetts to Stephen and Hannah (Webster) Bartlett. From the time he was a boy, he was determined to become a doctor, and after five years of study, opened his medical practice in Kingston, New Hampshire in 1750.
josiah Bartlett

New Addition to the SAR Library: The National Society, Sons and Daughters of Antebellum Planters

New Addition to the SAR Library 
 
The National Society, Sons and Daughters of Antebellum Planters, 1607-1861 was organized on 17 Oct 1997 in Washington, D.C.

California Society SAR Through the Years

1906-

Who Was the 1st Signer?

 

John HancockJohn Hancock was born 12 Jan 1737 in Braintree, Massachusetts and educated at Harvard College.  His occupation was that of a merchant.

John Hancock

KNOW YE THAT:

 

John of England signs Magna Carta: Image from Cassell's History of England

The Writer Who Joined

 

Stephen CraneStephen Crane was born 01 Nov 1871 in Newark, New Jersey to Rev. Jonathan and Mary (Peck) Crane. His family moved to Port Jervis, New York in 1876 where his father became pastor of the local Methodist Church.

Stephen Crane
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