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Heritage notes for the Campbell family that descended from Robert Campbell of New London and Voluntown, Connecticut and moved to Lebanon in the early 1800s. The notes trace the family from the 18th century into the late 19th century.
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Three issues of the "Recent Campbell Matriculations and Grants" newsletter that collects information about the Campbell family that settled in Lebanon, New York from Voluntown, Connecticut in the early 1800s. This document includes Parts III, IV, and…

Typewritten notes on the Calhoun family featuring information on Seth H. Calhoun and Frank Sanford Calhoun in the 1860s.

Heritage notes for Nicholas Cady and his descendents that settled in and around Massachusetts and Connecticut in the 17th century. The notes trace the family to the late 19th century.

Article from "The Genealogical Helper" of January 1975 that talks about the Butler Society located in Kilkenny, Ireland. The Butler Society seeks to connect the Butler descendants through the world.

Printed compilation of family history information on the descendants of Richard and John Burton in New York and Massachusetts. The compilation tracks the various generations from the Burtons and offshoot families listing births, marriages, and…

Heritage notes for the Burr family that settled in and around Connecticut in the 17th century. This document is a copy of notes loaded by Charles H. Austin of Stamford, Connecticut in May of 1961.

Two newsletters from the Burnett Family Genealogical Association in Chamblee, Georgia. The newsletter was developed to try and establish a central point for selecting and distributing information about the Burnett family ancestry. It has notes about…

Collection of research documents and correspondence about the Buell family, a branch of which settled in Windsor, Connecticut in the 17th century.
The documents contained are:
"The Beville Family of Huntingdonshire"
Wills and inventories for…

Family heritage notes from the Bruce family in Trumbull, Connecticut starting in the 19th century through to the mid-20th century. Only details births, deaths, and marriages.
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