These journals were written so that generations yet unborn could read and be proud of their pioneering ancestors. Genealogists will delight in the wealth of names contained in this family history of Charles Compton Wilkins and his beloved wife, Mary Ella Walling. Much more than genealogical data, this narrative history is written in a relaxed manner that brings family members to life. B0916HB - $33.00
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