Keeping the lamp of remembrance lighted: a genealogical narrative with pictures and charts about the Jacksons and their allied families; unfortunate Peter B. Suman who was hanged and quartered in Fredericktown, Md. during the Revolutionary War hysteria; Bower, Bowman, Bachtell and Conard kin, and the family of my wife, Doris Christine Grace
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