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MGS Library:  Books to be Donated or Sold

Several months ago, we mentioned the need to find new owners for many (not all!) of the genealogy books that have been held at the Darien Library.    

We are in the process of speaking with various libraries to see if they are interested in receiving any of our books as donations.  

Our last recourse is to offer the books up for sale to members and friends, followed by the general public. 

As of today, our list of books to be donated or sold is follows:  

A New England Town the First Hundred Years - Lockrid  
American and British Genealogy and Heraldry – Filby
American Genealogist, Jacobus, 6 Volumes 
Ancestry of Beatrice Fairbanks, Noyes, Van Kleeck, Leeds 
Ancestors of Daniel Morgan and Polly Frost - Morgan
Andrew Newcomb 1618-1686 and His Descendants
Annual Report of the American Historical Association, 16 V
Boon Genealogy 1984 – Boon  
Brown, Hakes and Allied Families – Brown
Children in the New England Mind in Death and in Life-Slater
Civil War Books – Broadfo
Colton and Close Related Family Histories – Colton
Commemorative Biographical Record of Hartford County, CT 1901 (1591 pages)
DAR Patriotic Index, Volume II, 1980  
Don’t Cry Timber – Michael
Early Virginia Marriages – Crozier
Edward Jessup and his Descendants - Jessup
Family History – Canby
Family History Record Book – Bell
FPK – A Biography of Frederick P. Keppel -Keppel
Genealogical and Family History of the State of NH Stearns
Genealogical History of the Descendant of Joseph Peck 
Genealogical Notes of NY & New England Families - Talcott
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index
Genealogical Research in New England 
Genealogical Research
Genealogical Resources in New York 
Genealogical Resources in the New York Metropolitan 
Genealogists Handbook for New England Research 
Guide to Cartographic Records in the National Archives 
Henry Delord and his Family – Delord
Historic Preservation A Plan For Connecticut
History of Cambridge 1630-1877 – Paige
History of Chester County Pennsylvania – Chester
History of Kentucky Illustrated
History of Philadelphia, Volumes II & III 
History of Vermont – MGS 3743 Thompso
Huguenot Refugees in the Settling of Colonial America 
In Search of your British & Irish Roots - Baxter
Inventory of Society of Friends in Pennsylvania 
Joseph Highmore of Holbron Row 
Kentucky in Retrospect – MGS 929.3769 Drake
Kentucky Historical Society Microfilm catalog
Locating Your Immigrant Ancestor – Neagles
Massachusetts Militia Companies and Officers in the Lexing
Maxson Family Records – Maxson
Mayflower Ancestral Index 
Mayflower Families in Progress 
Memoirs of the Abotts of Old Bellevue - Southall
Meyers Directory of Genealogical Societies 1990
Military Bibliography of the Civil War, Vols 3 & 4 - Dornbus
Military Service Records, Catalog of NA Microfilm 
Minutes of the Presbyterian Church in America 
National Society of Colonial Dames
New England Frontier 1620-1675 - Vaughn
Palmer Families of America – Palmer
Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 12 Volumes 
Pilgrim Myles Standish 
Plantagenet Encyclopedia
Princess of Wales – MGS 929.2 Spencer
Quarter Century Celebration of the Promulgation of the Edict
Regnum, Reglio, Et Ration, Kingdom – Regnum
Saints and Strangers, Being the Lives of the Pilgrim Fathers 
Sebree Studies – Sebree
Segar-Greene Genealogy - Segar
Sherman Directory (4 Volumes) – Sherman
Society of Colonial Wars
State of Rhode Island & Providence Plantations, 2 Vols
Stepping Stones 
The Arrol, Arroll, Arrel Families, Robert N. Arrol, MD
The Big Sandy Valley – Jillson
The Bradford History - Plymouth
The Cemetery of the Jay Descendants – Jay
The Descendants of John Sugar 
The Dimons of Fairfield Connecticut – Dimons
The Dotton Family – Dotton
The Dotton Family, Photographic Edition - Dotton
The Family of Johan and Maria Hertz – Hertz  
The Legends of the Haddock Family – Haddock
The Lexington Presbytery Heritage – Wilson 
The lives and Letters of the Combs Family – Combs
The Marshall Family - Marshal
The Order of the Founders & Patriots of America
The Peckham Family 
The Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of CT
The Soldier in Our Civil War - Two Large Books
The Souvenir Edition of Plattsburg, New York - Souven  
The Town of Dedham 
Thomas Boone Immigrant – Boon
Town of Bedford, Westchester County, NY Historical Records 
Tracing your Civil War Ancestor – Groene
Valentine’s Manuel of Old New York 
Vermont in the Civil War (Volume 2) – Benedict
Virginia County Records – 
What to do With Your Roots – Ward
Whatley Massachusetts 1771-1971 – Cane
Where Pennsylvania History Began – Paxson
Witch’s Breed – Peirce
Writings on American History, 1956

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Please let us know by Wed September 13 if there are any books on this list you might be interested in buying.  Prices vary from a few dollars to more. Some books are rare and will be sold at a higher price. Contact  taragenealogy@gmail.com  or  mgsvolunteer@gmail.com with any questions.

On Sunday, September 18, MGS volunteers will be at a table at the Lockwood-Mathew Flea Market Day in Norwalk.  We will offer any leftover books for sale there.   The Flea Market is a 1-day only event, from 10am-5pm.  Please look for our table, stop by with a friend, have a chat with us, buy a book.   Here's the event link:  https://www.lockwoodmathewsmansion.com/event/tenth-annual-old-fashioned-flea-market/
 

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