Member libraries - LT lookups?

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Member libraries - LT lookups?

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1myshelves
Muokkaaja: maaliskuu 24, 2007, 1:09pm

Wow. I just noticed that 4 other users have listed Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York, 1660-1809 by Hoes. And there is one copy of Vol 2, which I guess is the registers from 1810.

Btw, I'll do reasonable lookups in my copy if anyone needs them. Just comment me, and make it private if you don't want to publish the info. (Note: There is an index on the web, but there is sometimes additional info in the book for baptisms, and always for marriages.)

Speaking of genealogy lookups on LT, the week I joined I listed a very obscure local interest book, and was amazed to see that there was already a copy on LT. I went to the user profile page and found that the man was cataloging the library for an organization. I asked if any of the books might have some family history info I'd been seeking for years, and promptly got my answer!

LT is a genealogy site. :-))

2Libncourt
toukokuu 11, 2014, 12:14pm

I have a sub-category for genealogy books in my libraries, and am willing to do lookups. The geographic area is New England (specifically Maine and Massachusetts, mostly Maine), the Maritime Provinces in Canada (primarily Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, a bit of New Brunswick --- all Acadian areas) and some European (mostly Ireland and France). Major lines that I am working: Courtney, DeRoche (Desroches), Purcell, Fillis, Clancy, Lapierre and Lynch.

3Cheryl-L-B
kesäkuu 21, 2016, 8:00am

Hello-Just joined the group recently, anyone have any connections to BUCKLERs in Indiana ?, esp. Joel Jackson BUCKLER.

4staffordcastle
kesäkuu 21, 2016, 6:45pm

Welcome aboard!

My Indiana peeps are Nevils, should that be of any interest.