Topic: Bible Records

Dedham Historical Register vol 1

Dedham Massachusetts Historical Society Register 1890-1903

From 1890-1903, the Dedham Historical Society in Dedham Massachusetts printed a quarterly pamphlet for it’s historical society called the “Dedham Historical Register.” In this pamphlet a variety of genealogical data was published on families of Dedham and the villages emanating from the early residents of Dedham, such as Dorchester, Franklin, Medfield, Medway, Needham, and Sharon, etc.

Kephart – Walker Family Bible

This is a family Bible owned by H. H. and Mary Kephart of Osceola, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. At some point in it’s providence passed into Annie R. Kephart’s hand and her marriage to Abram L. Walker. At some point it appears the Bible then passed into the hands of Nancy Alda Walker where children from her two marriages appear. The Shultzaberger line comes from the marriage of Nancy Alda Walker to George Levi Shultzaberger. The Wiedman line below comes from the marriage of Nancy Alda Walker to John Lee Wiedman. In this Bible also is the baptismal certificate of Minnie

Trigg County Kentucky Family Bible Records

Trigg County, Kentucky Family Bible Records (Hosted at Trigg County USGenWeb Archives Project ) Blake and Christiana Baker Family Bible John W. Caldwell and Lucinda Young Family Bible Minnie Elizabeth Crider Family Bible Levi Dunning and Jennet Carney Family Bible Betty Jane Freeman Family Bible Robert Garnett Family Bible Brinkley House and Ann Allen Family Bible Miles Hollowell Family Bible John Morgan Harrell and Mary Gurlean Crump Family Bible George W. Kirk and Alice Armstrong Family Bible Leonard Lewis and Polly Simms Family Bible Trimble Thomas Lancaster and Julice Jackson Flood Family Bible William Strode Lander and Mary Jane Blakely

Campbell County Kentucky Family Bible Records

Campbell County, Kentucky Family Bible Records (Hosted at Campbell County, Kentucky KYGenWeb ) Baker, Samuel Bennett Family Bible Baker, Thomas Moore Family Bible Ball Family Bible Bonar Family Bible Bryan Family Bible Carll Family Bible Carroll Family Bible Chambers, Robert Family Bible Clore Family Bible Colliver Family Bible Crouch Family Bible Ellis Family Bible Epply, John P Family Bible Floyd Family Bible French Family Bible Gaines Family Bible Graham, Allen David Family Bible Green, John Ford Family Bible Grubbs, John H Family Bible Hawkins Family Bible Herndon, Elijah Family Bible Long Family Bible Metcalfe, George W Family Bible Miller Family

Barren County Kentucky Family Bible Records

Barren County, Kentucky Family Bible Records (Hosted at Barren County USGenWeb Archives Project ) Andrews Family Bible Berry Family Bible Berry-Harrison Family Bible Bewley-Bailey Family Bible Bybee Family Bible Cockrill-Payne Family Bible Cox Family Bible Curd-Snoddy Family Bible Crenshaw Family Bible Davis Family Bible Denton Family Bible Denham Family Bible Depp-Grinstead Family Bible Dossey Family Bible Ellis-Curd Family Bible Glover – Dickerson Family Bible Gott 1 Family Bible Gott 2 Family Bible Hanes Family Bible Harrison-Franklin Family Bible Holman Family Bible Kerley Family Bible Kinslow 1 Family Bible Kinslow 2 Family Bible Kinslow 3 Family Bible Kinslow 4 Family Bible

Allen County, Kentucky Family Bible Records

Allen County, Kentucky Family Bible Records (Hosted at Allen County USGenWeb Archives Project ) Family Bible Records Marcum and Hinton Family Bible Records Logan-Lamb Bible, Allen & Warren Counties Allen County, Kentucky Family Bible Records (Hosted at Allen County Kentucky USGenWeb ) Anderson Family Bible Jesse Lee Atwood Family Bible Broughton, Woodard C. Family Bible Brown, Henry Family Bible Brunson Family Family Bible Buchanon/Goodrum Family Bible Buchanon Family Family Bible #1 Buchanon Family Family Bible #2 Downing, Benjamin Family Bible Downing Family Family Bible #1 Downing Family Family Bible #2 Francis Family Family Bible Gatewood Family Bible Guy Family Family

Winston County, Alabama Bible Records

Hosted at Bible Records Online Bledsoe Bible Carmichael Bible Cheney Bible Day Bible Drew Bible Durden Bible Foster Bible Haygood Bible Kirkland Bible Martin Bible McDonald Bible Meriweather Bible Norton Bible Taylor Bible Tolbert Bible Hosted at Tracking Your Roots Dawkins Bible Record Duncan Family Bible Record Effie Belle & Mary Susan Smith Family Bible Harrelson Family Bible John William Kilgore Bible Mary Ann (Blackmon) Rue Family Record McDonald Family Bible Washington Taylor Family Bible William Dale Hughes Bible Hosted at Winston County, USGenWeb Archives Project Family Bible Records For Balis And Nancy K. Williams Donaldson, Winston, Alabama Bible Records

Kentucky Bible Records

The written record endures in many forms. Letters and personal accounts of events or eras are highly valued for the information they contain; but it is the family Bible that most often becomes the object of diligent searching. Should you be fortunate enough to possess a family Bible, the following techniques might help you to evaluate its usefulness as a source of information. First, note the date of its publication. Match the publication date against the span of events written upon the page for family history. If the handwritten entries predate the publication, it is clear indication that they were

Carlisle Massachusetts Map of 1875

Carlisle MA Vital Records to 1850

Carlisle Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850 includes records of births, marriages and deaths, basically all entries to be found in the books of record kept by the town clerks; in the church records; in the cemetery inscriptions; and in private records found in family Bibles, etc. These records are printed in a condensed form in which every essential particular has been preserved. All duplication of the town clerk’s record has been eliminated, but differences in entry and other explanatory matter appear in brackets. Parentheses are used when they occur in the original record; also to indicate the maiden name of a married woman.
When places other than Carlisle and Massachusetts are named in the original records, they are given in the printed copy. Marriages and intentions of marriage are printed under the names of both parties. In all records the original spelling of names is followed, and in the alphabetical arrangement the various forms should be examined, as items about the same family may be found under different spellings.

Alabama Bible Records

The written record endures in many forms. Letters and personal accounts of events or eras are highly valued for the information they contain; but it is the family Bible that most often becomes the object of diligent searching. Should you be fortunate enough to possess a family Bible, the following techniques might help you to evaluate its usefulness as a source of information. First, note the date of its publication. Match the publication date against the span of events written upon the page for family history. If the handwritten entries predate the publication, it is clear indication that they were