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Everton publishers computerized family file, vols. 1 & 2

Computerized family file
Everton Publishers (Added Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript with Fiche
English
[Logan, Utah] : Everton Publishers, [198-]
251 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.

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Microfiche of original family group sheets submitted by people all across the United States to Everton Publishers in Logan, Utah.

This publication is also known as the Computerized family file.

This publication contains 23,000 original family group sheets and an alphabetical listing of 365,000 surnames. "The alphabetical listing contains a list of all full names, events, places, time periods, and how persons appeared on the family group sheets. In the last column of the alphabetical listing, the surnames are identified as to how they appear on the family group sheets: 1. husband; 2. wife; 3. child; 4. spouse of child; 5. father of husband; 6. mother of husband; 7. father of wife; 8. mother of wife"--Genealogical Helper, Jan-Feb 1989, p. 226.

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