1 edition of Franco-American burials of Rhode Island. found in the catalog.
Franco-American burials of Rhode Island.
Vol. 2 incorrectly numbered as v. 1.
|Contributions||Quintin, Robert J.|
|LC Classifications||F90.F85 Q56, F90F85 F73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (608 p.) ;|
|Number of Pages||608|
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Franco-American Burials of the Woonsocket, RI Area and Ascendance Supplement 1 From civil, funeral home and church records found in the Woonsocket, RI area.
These are additional names not found in the 3 volume book. A.F.G.S. Edition, GBC bound, pages $ Burials of the Joseph Lauzon and Sons Funeral Home, Woonsocket, Rhode Island [Janice Burkhart, Lucile McDonald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Burials of the Joseph Lauzon and Sons Funeral Home, Woonsocket, Rhode Island Manufacturer: The American-French Genealogical Society. Franco-American Burials of Rhode Island: Part Franco-American burials of Rhode Island.
book Quintin, R J: Quintin, Robert J. Book/MSS: RI: Franco-American Burials of Rhode Island: Part B: Quintin, R J: Quintin, Robert J. Book/MSS: Book/MSS: RI: Rhode Island in The Colonial Wars: A List of Rhode Island Soldiers & Sailors in King George's War.
Franco-American Burials of Rhode Island. Call # folio FF85 Q Call # folio FF85 Q Lists names of Franco-Americans as listed in Rhode Island cemeteries; most.
Franco-American burials of the Stephen H. Foley funeral home, Attleboro, Massachusetts, WorldCat Grave locations of Attleborough veterans of the American Revolution who are buried in the present () city of Attleboro, town of North Attleborough, town of Rehoboth, Massachusetts and the town of Cumberland, Rhode Island Family History.
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The poorhouse was once a very real and often feared part of life in New England. Poorhouses evolved from the English poor laws of the 16th and 17th centuries. They required the community, most often the town, to take responsibility for its poor residents. During. Burials of the Potvin Funeral Home, West Warwick, Rhode Island,typed by David Coutu (AFGS) Marriages of St.
John the Baptist Catholic Church, W. Warwick (Arctic), RI,typed and organized by Janice Burkhart and Alfred Gaboury. Isaac Bell Jr. (November 6, – Janu ) was an American businessman and diplomat. Early life. Bell was born in New York City, New York Rhode Island. The house, designed by McKim, Mead, and White, is considered of the best remaining examples of Shingle Style nce: Isaac Bell House.
Articles: Health, Demographics, and Physical Constitution in Seventeenth-Century Rhode Island Indians (Marc A. Kelley, Paul S. Sledzik, and Sean P.
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Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette (French pronunciation: [maʁki də la fajɛt]; 6 September – 20 May ), in the United States often known simply as Lafayette, was a French aristocrat and military officer who fought in the American Revolutionary War.A close friend of George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and Thomas Jefferson, Lafayette was a key Awards: Order of Saint Louis.
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Choose "Find in Top Window". Enter your word then click "Find". The books are on microfilm at NEHGS and the AFGS in Rhode Island. Visit the AFGS Web site to order the Red Books on an $ CD.
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My Genealogical Adventures through Years of Family History. French and Indian Wars, A List of Rhode Island Soldiers & Sailors in the Old French & Indian War, by Howard Chapin contains some information and names.
Revolutionary War Rhode Island sent many soldiers to. Church records and the information they provide vary significantly depending on the denomination and the record keeper.
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Records may include names of other relatives who were witnesses or members of the congregation.Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County, Michigan, Inc. P.O. Box Ann Arbor, MI US WWII Draft Registration Card for Charles H. Beckman. REGISTRATION CARD — (Men born on or after Ap and on or before Febru ) Line 1 SERIAL NUMBER: U NAME: Charles H.
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