The genealogical and encyclopedic history of the Wheeler family in America, Page 1, Issue 594 (Google eBook)

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American College of Genealogy, 1914 - Reference - 1257 pages
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As noted before. There were two volumes to this book, part 1 and part 2. This is only part 1. It ends on page 594. Part 2 contains the additions and corrections.

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Where is the rest of the book? I'm looking for pages 805 and 806 specifically.

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