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Monday, March 28, 2011 - 21:16
Raining Pansies Postcard

A very pretty card with a lovely thought.  I cannot read the stamp date but know it is from the early 1900's. It has a red one penny stamp. Sent to Miss Nora Foudy, 81 Povidence St, Worcester, Mass. America.  Mailed by Mike who says "I won't answer your letter for another week until the ? be over.  I will have some news then for you.  There are a lot preparing to get married.  Good Bye"  

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Monday, March 28, 2011 - 21:22
Kind Regard Postcard

Pretty but showing some wear.  Mailed (no stamp) Nov. 25, 1912 at 3PM.  Sent to Mrs Frank Dallas, Franklinville, New York.  R.F.D. from niece Catherine.  Catherine explains it is cold and they have not wood and would Uncle Frank bring them a load. 

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Monday, March 28, 2011 - 21:19
Easter Greetings Postcard

A glittery Easter Greeting showing some wear but I guess if I were 104 years old I would be showing some wear also. Mailed Mar 14, 1907 4PM.  Has 1 cent stamp.  Mailed to Willard M Lowery, Brier Hill, N.Y. from Mother. 

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Monday, March 28, 2011 - 21:26
Miss Madeline Beane Postcard

A pretty postcard showing some wear.  'Neath the Pines.  Mailed Oct 11, 1909 from Mass at 5 PM.  Sent to Miss Madeline Beane, 90# West Central Street, Natick, Mass. from Clara's sister Clemie.

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Monday, March 28, 2011 - 21:29
Birthday Greeting Postcard

This postcard was not mailed but given to Mrs Alfred Sweet of Marathon, N.Y. by Emma Apr 17 - 1920.  A beautiful card. Published by the Gibson Art Company, Cincinnati. 

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Wednesday, March 30, 2011 - 05:52
Postcard announcing twins

Postmark Aug 1908.  Mailed to Herman Schafer, Williston, N.D.

Hard to figure out if "Father" is announcing his twins or sending this to his son Herman and his wife Lydia and they are the ones who had the twins.  From the date, Clair may have been one of the twins.  See the funeral card in other listing. 

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Monday, March 28, 2011 - 21:44
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 161 April 2007 Whole Number 642

 CONTENTS:

Ancestry of BENNET ELIOT of Nazeing, Essex, Father of Seven Great Migration Immigrants to Massachusetts

ABRAHAM TOPPAN Was Not a Yorkshire Man

The English Origins of JEFFREY STAPLE of Weymouth, Mass.

The English Ancestry of THOMAS BURTON of Portsmouth, Rhode Island

ABIAH COYE (ca. 1720 - ca. 1783) of Preston, Connecticut, and Hallowell, Maine

A Small Window of Opportunity:  The NORRIS Family Returns to Tamlaghtmore, Co. Tyrone, Ireland

ABIGAIL (LOTHROP) HUNTINGTON's Second Husband, SAMUEL BAKER of Windsor, Conn.

Genealogy of SAMUEL PEIRCE, First Settler of Zoar, Mass.

The NATHANIEL and ANNA (BALCH) (RICH) WALLIS Family of Beverly, Mass.

Genealogist JOHN FARMER Discovers His Ancestry:  The Warwickshire Family of EDWARD FARMER, ISABEL (FARMER) (WYMAN) (BLOOD) GREEN and THOMAS POLLARD.

 

Some fading on front cover.  Includes postage within the USA

Monday, March 28, 2011 - 21:39
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.160 Oct. 2006 Whole Number 640

 Slight bumping to bottom of cover otherwise nice tight clean copy.  See Photo.

Genealogist JOHN FARMER Discovers His Ancestry:The Warwickshire Family of EDWARD FARMER, ISABEL (FARMER) (WYMAN) (BLOOD) GREEN and THOMAS POLLARD of Billerica, Mass;


The Ancestry of ALICE (ARCHER) DRUMMER, wife of STEPHEN DRUMMER & mother of JANE (DRUMMER) SEWALL;

An Eighteenth-Century Source for Families of New London County, Ct;


The EDMUND MARSHALL Family of Chebacco, Essex, Mass;


EDMUND ROSE of Rochester, Mass and Bolton Ct.  and his wife REBECCA BURGESS ;


COMFORT (PEARCE) (MATHEWSON) COGGESHALL  and her children;


The real wife of EPHRAIM FAIRBANKS of Lancaster and Bolton, Mass.

Probable Identfication of JOHN STUDLEY Oof Newport, R.I.

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Tuesday, March 29, 2011 - 14:44
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. CXXXIX April 1985

CONTENTS:

The COLBURN Connections:  Hollis, New Hampshire, Stonecarvers, 1780-1820,

Following Connecticut Ancestors to Pennsylvania: Susquehanna Company Settlers,

The Two HENRY CHAMBERLINS of Hingham, Massachusetts: 1638-1649,

ANNE (WOOD) (PRICE) BRADSTREET: An Identity Revealed,

Lieutenant Colonel GEORGE CAMPBELL,

GOODWIN Family Record,

Collateral Descendants of Capt. JOHN PECK RATHBUN: A Correction

The Duxford Ancestry of the RICHARDSONS and WYMANS

More on the Ancestry of ALICE BLOWER, Wife of RICHARD BRACKETT of Braintree.

 

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Monday, March 28, 2011 - 21:56
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vo. CXL October 1986

Softcover

Continous pages no 291 to 412 plus adverts.

Articles include;


The DANIEL SHAYS Family;


Sarah, Mother of JEREMIAH BUMSTEAD;


The Wives of BOAZ BROWN, SR., of Concord, Stow, and Dedham, MA;


JOHN HAVEN DEXTER and The 1789 Boston City Directory (Concluded);


Genealogical Notes- The Identity of JOHN BROWNE, Brother of Mayflower Passenger Peter Browne-

The JAMES IVERS Family Bible.

Light stains and sun fading on cover and spine. 
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