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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

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Kinnick Early US Family History (book)

And Family Connections to the
Allen – Barlow – Barngrover – Boner – Bufkin – Culbert – Dallas –
Eastburn – Etchison – Fletcher – Fox – Grose/Gross – Harbin – Harris –
Hubbell – Krohn – Lowery – Michener – Owens – Parker – Rector –
Richmond – Riddle – Sheek – Shepherd – Tracy – Triplett – VanDyke

Now available at:
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This book is the first comprehensive print version of this early US
(Kinnick) family history incorporating the considerable additional
research undertaken over the last 15 to 25 years or so beyond the 1953
Kinnick book. Portions of this research have been published online and
in articles in the Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin. The book
includes the first three generations of both the John and Mary Kinnick
move to Ohio, Illinois and Iowa and the John and Ann Kinnick move to
North Carolina, Tennessee and Indiana. Subsequent books will expand on
these families and affiliated families.

The message will go to all mailing lists of each of the surnames included in the message. I've been asked, for years, when a print version of this information would be available. Now it is. I'm very interested to see what, if any, responses I get. Time will tell.

Happy reading! ;-)

1 comment:

  1. Sold first two books in first two hours. Up to six sales by noon, today. Guess there is some interest. Thanks to all who are!