The three books, originally contain references to approximately 60,000 individuals from the present-day Suffolk, Kings, and Queens counties and represents one of the largest existing collections of Long Island genealogies and records.
The books referenced date mainly from the 1600s to the 1800s and represent one of the largest existing collections of Virginia records. In general, the books you’ll find here will provide you with the date and location of an important family event, plus the names of the individuals involved.
Here you’ll find more than 93,000 individuals referenced. The majority of the materials cover the years 1800 to 1850 and represent 76 of Ohio’s 88 counties. What you can learn about each listed individual varies according to the original record, but this data offers a wide variety of important genealogical source materials.
The books referenced in this title date mainly from 1750 to 1880 and name approximately 70,000 individuals. The information was collected from a great variety of resources including marriage records, gravestone inscriptions, local histories, newspaper abstracts, tax lists, settlements of estates, will abstracts, bible records, family histories, and land records.