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E.T.G.S. surname index

Brenda Springfield

E.T.G.S. surname index

by Brenda Springfield

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Published by The Society in Tyler, Tex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Names, Personal -- American -- Indexes.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by Brenda Springfield and Janice Brown for the East Texas Genealogical Society.
    ContributionsBrown, Janice, joint author., Faircloth, Frances, joint author., East Texas Genealogical Society.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS2485 .S68
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4140436M
    LC Control Number80118829

    Surnames that start with T. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z. Jump To: TA TC TE TH TI TJ TK TL TN TO TR TS TU TV TW TX TY TZ. This index is a combined listing of all the surname indexes beginning with the letter D for the famous people featured on this website. Clicking on a surname will take you to a listing of the names, date of birth, and date of death for all the individuals with that surname.

      The JewishGen Yizkor Book Master Name Index (“YBMNI”) is a master index of all persons mentioned in the translated portions of the Yizkor Books on the JewishGen Yizkor Book Project website. This database is only an index of names; it directs researchers back to the Yizkor Book itself, where more information may be available.   A surname commonly used as a first name, Corbyn derives from the Gaelic Cor-beann or Cor-beinn. It’s the name of a place in Scotland (Glencreran) and also means “steep hill.” Crapper: this surname, while probably a topic of much amusement in middle school, has no roots to toilets, a bathroom-focused occupation, or anything of that sort.

    The following is the transliteration of the Yiddish surname index from the Przemysl Yizkor Book. Due to the differences in spelling between the Latin/English and the Hebrew/Yiddish alphabets, you may want to look through the entire list to determine if your surnames are included in the index. Genealogy Royal Noble Peer Duke Count Lord Baron Baronet Sir Peer Database Family Tree Europe Nobility Knight Peerage Marquess Earl.


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The surname index tables show the place name, its parish and the year for which an index is available. The surname index books have not been tabulated in this reference table since FamilySearch has a large nationwide computer surname index for this year or it can be found on microfiche # I have abstracted the individual deeds found in deed books A, B and C covering (when Washington Co was formed) through There are four indexes in the book - Surnames, Females, Things & Places and Slaves.

I've placed the Surname index from the book here on-line. Buy the Book. A surname index to these tax records is called the Index of Surnames of Householders in Griffith's Primary Valuation and the Tithe Applotment Books, commonly called the Householders Index.

The Tithe Applotment Books list people of all religions who paid taxes to the Church of Ireland between and Book R. Index to Russian Consular Records (38, surnames). 70, persons who transacted business with the Russian czarist consulates in the United States from about Microfiche (no longer available) S.

Galicia Surname Index (5, entries). Various lists of persons who resided E.T.G.S. surname index book Galicia. An on-going project--continuously updated. The roots E.T.G.S. surname index book the Book surname reach back to the language of the Viking settlers who populated the rugged shores of Scotland in the Medieval era.

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In columns 5 and 6, a separate "reverse" index, that is, by Grantee (to) and Grantor (from) surnames and first names, then deed book letter or number and the page in the book in the last 2 columns.

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Telephone directories contain addresses and phone numbers and can be quite helpful in locating living relatives or possible relatives with the same surname or a similar surname.

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To contact a resource owner, click on the link at the end of the citation. To find a surname, click on a letter in the Surname Index links. Check the names in that letter's index. Click on the one you want. If you do not find a relevant surname, use your browser's search function, or use the BWO search engine.

To contact a. G Gall of Kinloch - available in Volume 4. Gardyne of that Ilk - available in Volume 4. Gardyne of Lees, Lawton and Middleton - available in Volume 4.

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Links and bibliography for Domesday Book For source material on the internet, click here Works useful to the genealogist. A.J. Camp, My ancestors came with the Conqueror (London, ) This booklet - not primarily concerned with Domesday Book - examines evidence about the few men known to have fought on the Norman side at Hastings, and gives an index to several versions.

COMPLETE INFORMATION & SURNAME INDEX 35 Pages, " x 11", Illustrations, Full Name Index, Softcover KY, $ Hardin County, KY Will Books Will Book A: COMPLETE INFORMATION & SURNAME INDEX FI, $ Will Book B: COMPLETE INFORMATION & SURNAME INDEX FI, $ Will Book C:.

LTSS Index-Z Cemetery Transcriptions The library owns more than 2, cemetery transcriptions from Lancaster and other counties, states, and countries, listed by cemetery name, location, source, and religious denomination. Members of the society have compiled a corrected surname index (published Dec.

), also quoting the first year of mention, and the amount of data (number of pages) on each family. List for parts of the alphabet can be viewed directly; for frequent use, however, it is recommended to download the data, either as zipped Word document, or pdf.

The index of surnames in Beider's two recent books is made available here in a searchable database for the interested reader.

The difference between Onomastics and Genealogy Since this is a website about Sephardic genealogy it is important to remember the difference between onomastics and genealogy. The photo on the left is an example showing the Schulze Name in History Book which I have on my coffee table.

The Our Name in History Collection are customized books offering a unique blend of fascinating facts, statistics and commentary about your surname. The book is just one of an entire series of family name books in the Our Name in History collection.Book is a surname.

Notable people with the surname include: Anna Book (born ), Swedish singer; Asher Book (born ), American dancer, singer-songwriter and actor; Dan Book (born ), American songwriter and record producer; Ed Book (born ), New Zealand basketball player; Kim Book (born ), English footballer and manager; Lauren Book (born ).

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