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West genealogical research, 1550-1950

Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987
on 7 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Reproduction of manuscript collection (71 v. 113 cm. app.) Loaned by J. Hobart Bartlett; Salt Lake City, Utah.

Includes West, Perry, Clayton, Walker, de la Warr, Humphreys, Hawkins, Davis, Rawlings, Bennett, Galbraith, Garretson, and Hatton families.

One item is copy of article on the West family by Leonardo Andrea.

Genealogical materials on the West family name in the United States and Britain which was collected by Mrs. Stone from a variety of sources, including census records, newspaper clippings, court records, letters, and vital statistics. These have been organized by state, related names, and by the individual West's given name, however, the files may not contain duplicate entries for persons who should be in more than one file. There is very little information on West's who live west of the Mississippi River and people in any area after 1900.

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