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New Hampshire Genealogical an Illustrated Quarterly Magazine (Record Family History Genealogy in New Hampshire) (6) Vols. 1903-1910. (Original Hardcover Bound Volumes; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

By Charles Tibbetts: editor; publisher, state librarian, and long-time member of the NHGS

Original Hardcover Bound Volumes of the first 7 years with the addition of Volume VII, no's 1 & 2 bound into volume 6 making it thicker by app. 100 pages than he other 5 volumes. My guess is the owner wanted it done and did not care to wait for more to follow. Perhaps Charles Tibbetts the editor; publisher, state librarian, and long-time member of the NHGS was about to call it quits as well.... who knows? A great set which presents well on the shelf. Evidence of very old water staining and a bit of bd. warping is present however it does not interfere with the text, illustrations or general visual appeal of this great NH genealogical periodical. This has also been reprinted but unfortunately that production lacks the frontis illustrations and covers as were retained with this professionally bound-up example. Likely done by the publisher as there are no binder stickers to the contrary. PS... looking for others to add but no promises. .


Additions and Corrections for the Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts: Suppl. To V. 3 . Original Printing, 1919.

By David Hoyt

1919 Near Fine. pps 1057-1097 + title page. Original brown wrappers dated 1919 on title page. . Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.


Morse Genealogy 1903 - 1905

By Morse, Howard J. And Emily Leavitt

1903 App. 800 pages. Notes on the front fep and some insect damage to the page bottom first 2-3, not affecting text. 1903, reprinted 1973. Green hardbound. Original printed book by the Morse Society, not POD. .


Vital Records of York, Maine.

By Lester Mackenzie Bragdon and John Eldridge Frost

Camden, Maine, U.S.A.: Picton Press, 1992 797 pages, map end papers, several old document illustrations. Scarce, no other examples for sale online at this time. . First. Hard Cover. Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" Tall.


Where is Levi Lovett?

By Louella M Leroux

Illustrated color Hardcover, 94 photo and documant replica illustrated pages. Privately printed for the author by unknown. Special interest to residents on Gilford, Gunstock & Laconia, NH. CO worldcat/OCLC: Genre/Form: Genealogy Named Person: Levi Lovett Material Type: Biography Document Type: Book All Authors / Contributors: Louella M Leroux OCLC Number: 835963915 Notes: Cover title. Description: 93 pages : black and white illustrations, portraits ; 29 cm Contents: Introduction -- Levi Lovett -- The poor farm -- Levi Lovett Jr. -- Philbrick R. Lovett -- Arvilla Lovett -- Sally Gilman Lovett -- Benjamin Franklin Lovett -- Andrew J. Lovett -- Lyman A. Lovett -- John Blaisdell Lovett -- Abel H. Lovett -- Lorenzo W. Lovett -- Horace Lovett -- The Laconia Car Company -- Charles Lovett -- John M. Lovett -- James Fred Lovett -- Charles Sidney Lovett -- Frank S Lovett -- Directories 1884-1904 -- George Philbrook Lovett -- George Sumner Lovett -- John W. Lovett -- Frank Mooney Lovett -- Raymond Geer -- Directories 1919-1934 -- Epilogue -- Acknowledgments -- Biography [bibliography] and References. . Bagged for Posterity.


Letters to Enoch Including 'The Vermonters' and the 'Frank Ellsworth Spaulding letters'.

By C. A. Grimes

Unknown: Self Very scarce/unique. Titled and illustrated front cover pasted on, dated 1971. Inscribed to friends on April, 28, 1971. 17 single-sided pages + 2pp epilog. Only copy on the net. . And Inscribed. Only. Spiral Bound. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.


'Book 2 - Cornish Vital Records'. by Robert Taylor

By Robert L Taylor

COPY FROM ORIGINAL: Hand-typed and punch-holed book, 'Book 2 - Cornish Vital Records'. by Robert Taylor to: Ancient Landmarks Society of Parsonsfield, Librarian Pauline E. Guptill. Typist Margaret (Dame) Walsh. 30 pages including the years 1865 to app. 1891. Unbound, stapled in upper corner. .


Early Families of Cornish, Maine. Genealogy & 'Book 2 - Cornish Vital Records'. by Robert Taylor. Original Printings.

By Robert L. Taylor

An interesting publication apparently done in a very small quantity as no others seem to exist (other than the Picton Press reprint) on the net. Typed 100 pages (both sides) and bound in titled and illustrated yellow stiff wrappers in a simple plastic edge fashion. Included is another similar hand-typed and punch-holed book, 'Book 2 - Cornish Vital Records'. by Robert Taylor to: Ancient Landmarks Society of Parsonsfield, Librarian Pauline E. Guptill. Typist Margaret (Dame) Walsh. 30 pages including the years 1865 to app. 1891. Unbound, stapled in upper corner. This is a set but I do have 2 extra copies of the 'Book 2' if you are interested in just that one. .


Alexander Lovell Genealogy - The Ancestors and Descendants of Alexander Lovell of Medfield, Massachusetts. 1619-1709

By Elisabeth Lovell Bowman, C. G.

Baltimore, MD: For the Author By Gateway Press , 2000 Very scarce. Winner of the CSG (Connecticut Society of Genealogists) Grand Prize in 2001 in the catagory of 'Genealogy". One of the most intensly researched and well-written New England Family Genealogies ever published; loaded with approximately 300 photos, drawings, maps, etc..., as well as 889 pages of facts and history. Slightly musty, else Near Fine in Maroon cloth..


The History Kimball Family

By Revised By Judith Kimball

1988 An undated hardcover, likely 1988. Fine condition.. About Fine.


Quaker Genealogies: A Selected List of Books - Fine Condition. 1986

By Williard Heiss; Thomas D Hamm

U.s.a.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1986 New England Historic, 1986. Paperback. Book Condition: Fine, Clean, unmarked, 67 pages.. First. Bagged for Posterity.


Genealogical Records of the Descendants of John and Anthony Emery of Newbury Mass. 1590-1890. True First Edition and Printing, Salem MA, 1891 (1890).

By Compiled by Rev. Rufus Emery

Salem, MA: Emery Cleaves , 1890 Original printing bound in 3/4 brown leather with marbled paper covers and matching marbled end papers and page edges. Dated 1890 on the title page but 1891 on the copyright page. 610 pages with the name sticker of Raoul C. Emery afixed to the inside of the front cover on the end paper. FC is a tad loose, else near fine. NOTE: This is NOT a common reprint, it is the original edition printed in 1890. .


Marsh Family Bulletin 1955 - First Edition, NOT a Reprint.

By Warren L. Marsh -

Williamsport, PA: Warren L. Marsh - , 1955 Original Red cloth, 120 pages. Volume I, No's 1-5 January through September, 1955. . About Fine.


A New Hampshire Farm and Its Owner. Genealogy of the John & Susan Stearns Smith Family & Descendants. First Hardcover Edition, 1909.

By Smith, John

Clinton: William H. Benson, 1909 Quite uncommon and scarce, 213 illustrated pages. Bound in the original dark green cloth with gilt titles on the front cover & gilt top edge, cover hinges cracked on he inside, else near fine. NOT the common reprint. . Hard Cover. NF. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. Bagged for Posterity.


Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire

By Sybil Noyes, Charles T. Libby, Walter G. Davis

Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore 1972. 8vo, 5 3/4' X 9". Bound in green cloth with black and gilt letters and decoration, 795pp. Reprint of the original published in 5 parts 1928-1939. . Hard Cover. Near Fine.


History of the Town of Rockingham, Vermont. 1907-1957

By Leverett C. Lovell

From the Lovell estate. The author was the father of Elisabeth Bowman Lovell, author of 'Alexander Lovell Genealogy - The Ancestors and Descendants of Alexander Lovell of Medfield, Massachusetts. 1619-1709'. This example belonged to her sister Aldis Dow (Lovell). . Good.


The Douglas Genealogy. The Descendents of John Douglas of Middleborough. Massachusetts, the First of This Branch in America. The Douglas Nobility of Scotland By J. Lufkin Douglas. Member of the Maine Historical Society. 1890.

By Douglas, John Lufkin

Bath, Maine: Sentinel and Times, 1890 Quite scarce. Has a photo signed by the author (pasted to the page and signed beneath it) of himself as frontispiece...loose. 226 pages in original brown cloth binding. . First. Hard Cover. VG. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Bagged for Posterity.


History of Pembroke, N.H. 1730-1895. - Vol. I. Historical & Volume II Genealogical.

By Carter, Rev. N.F. And Hon. T.L. Fowler

Republican Press Assciation, Concord, NH, 1895. 3/4 maroon leather over black & gold marbled paper bds. Book Condition: Good with clear tape on the spines holding the covers on. The contents are Very Good. 428/459 pages, Illustrated with photographic plates, drawings, etc.... All original. . Hard Cover. Good.


Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, Including Waltham and Weston; : to Which is Appended the Early History of the Town

By Henry Bond

The New England Historic-Genealogical Society, 1860 1860. Hardcover. printed in 1981 Good binding and cover. . Reprint. Hard Cover. Near Fine.


History of Cambridge, Massachusetts 1630-1877 with a Genealogical Register By Lucius R. Paige. - Supplement and Index Comprising a Biographical and Genealogical Record of the Early Settlers....etc... FINE

By Gozzaldi, Mrs. Mary Isabella

Cambridge, MA, U.S.A.: The Cambridge Historical Society 860 pages, lovely in a hand-made plain brown dust wrapper, titled on the wrapper spine. Book is therefore quite protected and in NF to fine condition. . Hard Cover. Near Fine. Archival Wrapped DJ.


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