Oklahoma bible records

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of original records in the D.A.R. Library in Washington, D.C.

Title from spine.

Includes table of contents.

Contents: Rev. Asa Duncan, Elbert County, Georgia -- Thomas Banks Harris -- George [and Kittle] family record -- Record from bible Elizabeth Glass -- Family bible record, Daniel Haun -- Hightower marriages copied from Caswell County, N.C. -- Mark Jackson's bible (Arkansas) -- Jarvis bible (Greenbrier County, Virginia) -- John Cummins, ancestor of Robert Tankersley -- Bible record of the Barkley family, Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania -- Bible record from the McFadden bible -- Benjamin Jaudon, family bible record and the Polhill family -- John Archer Jordan (South Carolina) -- Record from bible of Dr. William R. Letcher -- George McEwen, Hinesburgh, Vermont -- Moseley [bible record] -- Dishongh [bible record] -- Records from the bible of Henry Pond of Metamore, Indiana -- Records from the bible of Bennett P. Settle and Delilah Ann Jefferson Settle -- Record from Purdin family bible -- Hatton family -- Record of Roff [and Fields] family -- Ephraim Roman family bible -- William B. Shelton and Sarah Ann Shelton bible record -- The Truby family -- From the bible of Charles N. and Zora Lea Walker -- Thomas Womack, Rowan County, N.C. -- The Crockett family -- James Roddye [Roddy] family -- Joseph Clark [Barnum/Whipple records] -- John Columbia, bn. 1795 [family history] -- Holt & Harrison records.



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