The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, Volume 41 (Google eBook)

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DIANE Publishing Inc., 1999 - Genealogy
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Page 281 - NOTE: No distinction between manuscript, microfilm, typed or printed material has been made in the format of the following list. An "X" preceding a call number denotes Microfilm; "FC" denotes Family File Case; "BR
Page 239 - THIS IS INTENDED AS A GUIDE to "hidden sources" in the collections of The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. The entries will be followed by their "call or shelf number" in the library of the Historical Society; or by the volume and page numbers of the magazines and archives that are available in many other libraries. The listings have been selected from the following: Collections of The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, indicated by "call or shelf number.
Page 295 - A charge of $2.50 will be made for forwarding copies of the magazine returned because of incorrect address.
Page 293 - Virginia Marriage Records: from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, the William and Mary College Quarterly, and Tyler's Quarterly (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982), also available on CD-ROM.
Page 273 - For other persons, the charge is $5.00 for the first fifty words, and $2.00 for each additional 25 words, payable in advance. All inquiries should be typewritten or hand printed, double-spaced, and on one side of the paper only, accompanied by a letter requesting that the material be published in the Exchange.
Page 273 - Genealogical inquiries of fifty words or less will be published free to members of The Society. There will be a charge of $2.00 for each additional 25 words.
Page 212 - Elizabethtow-n, she hereby gives notice, that the reason of her leaving him was, that her life was in danger from the ill usage she received from him ; that he kept another woman, by whom he had two children, and after having spent Four Hundred and Fifty Pounds Sterling, of her money, obliged her to leave his house. Louisa Leddel. The Pennsylvania Gazette, Jan. 23, 1753.
Page 206 - ... inserted in the Pennsylvania Gazette a notice that his wife had deserted him; this was done in order to rebut the presumption that she was still acting as his agent in making contracts. The publication of the item inspired an acid surrebuttal : Whereas John, the Husband of Mary Fenbey, hath advertised her in this Paper as eloped from him &c., tho...
Page 287 - English Adventurers and Emigrants 1609-1660: Abstracts of Examinations in the High Court of Admiralty with Reference to Colonial America.
Page 239 - ... Collections of The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, indicated by "call or shelf number." Publications of The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, 1895-1947, I-XV. (PGSP) The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, 1948-1981, XVI-XXXI. (PGM) The Pennsylvania Magazine of History & Biography, 1877-1981, 1-55.

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