Chambers helping Chambers

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English
Bloomington, Minnesota : Claudette Atwood Maerz, 1981 (c1983)-
v. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps. ports.
07362390
Vol. 1 no. 1 (Jan 1981)-

Notes

Quarterly (vol. 1); three times per year (vols. 2-7); semiannually (vols. 8-10); quarterly (vols. 11-18).

Editor: Claudette Maerz (A. Claudette M. Atwood Maerz)

Volume 3 includes an index.

Includes queries.

Published: Bloomington, Minnesota; St. Louis Park, Minnesota

Some pages contain photocopies of handwritten documents and previously published works which are faded or otherwise hard to read. Best copy available.

Periodical for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Chambers families whose ancestors were of Scotch-Irish, English, and German ancestry. Early progenitors came to America from about 1650 through the 1750's, and settled in North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Kentucky, Indiana, Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, Alabama and elsewhere in the United States and Canada.

Library lacks some issues.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (11 Nov. 2005)

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