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Tuesday, May 31, 2011 - 15:43
DOWNLOAD of your Family Coat of Arms / Family Crest $15.95

Coat of Arms File Emailed to You in JPG format. $15.95

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This HIGH QUALITY 300 DPI Graphic File is Emailed to you as an email attachment in JPG format. Download it and use it freely to print for your own personal use. Use for Letterheads, Web Pages, etc. RUSH ORDERS AVAILABLE BELOW FOR AN EXTRA CHARGE
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Thursday, December 8, 2011 - 10:57
Try the Paleolithic Diet


Lets face it. The diet you should eat to have more energy than you ever imagined, lose weight, sleep like a baby, and stay healthy is the diet provided by Mother Nature.
This is the diet that we (human beings) ate for millions of years before modern agriculture. You see, our paleolithic ancestors didn't suffer from some of our modern burdens, like obesity, heart disease, diabetes, tooth decay and a host of other maladies.
Try the Paleo Recipe Book and see how this amazing diet can give you your life back.

Friday, October 21, 2011 - 19:20
The Ancestry and Descendancy of Thomas Frost of Hebron, Connecticut

After 100 years since Josephine C. Frost published The Frost Genealogy, the most extensive and concise publication regarding the ancestors and descendants of Thomas Frost (1718-1798) of Hebron, Connecticut has been produced!

The fully-indexed two-volume hard-bound set details the ancestry and over 7,000 descendants of Thomas Frost, with over 35 previously undiscovered family connections.

Included are over 1,000 photos of family members. Visit for a listing of major surnames, and information on how to order. If you have a Frost surname in your ancestry, this book will be a key resource for your research.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011 - 16:30
Genealogy Sweatshirt

Comfortable sweatshirt with Genealogy logo:

Genealogy! My Favorite Ancestors Wrote Diaries!

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Zip around town in style with this zip-up hooded sweatshirt. Made of soft fleece, it keeps you (and anyone next to you) toasty. Yet it's rugged enough for impromptu games of touch football.

  • 10 oz. fleece blend (90% cotton/10% polyester)
  • Fleece-line hood
  • Jam-resistant metal zipper
  • Heavy-weight 1x1 ribbing at cuffs and waistband
  • Durable double-needle sewing

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Tuesday, June 7, 2011 - 15:07
Genealogy Websites is a professional web design business who can make and market genealogy websites for businesses and families.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011 - 16:18

I will organize your genealogical mess! or I will do a basic search; checking, census, ss death records, etc.

If you are just beginning the wonderful world of Genealogy I can guarantee you have papers here and there with notes about Aunt Gertrude or Uncle Fritz.  You may or may not have added references...let hope so.  Would you like your research organized?  Would you like to begin with a clean slate with only the necessary items?????  How about a notebook with dividers (now theres an idea) all set up with faternal and maternal ancestors.  This can all be done on line.  You email me what you have and I tell you how to set it up, where to buy the notebooks and which dividers to purchase.  I recommend oversized notebooks because they hold sleeves which you can slide your paper in from the top and don't have to punch holes in that valuable birth certificate.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011 - 15:01

I will do look-ups. 

Ginny Berry. Contact me through the contact link at the bottom of this ad.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011 - 12:04
Genealogy: Uncovering Your Ancestry (ebook)

The Genealogy eBook covering everything there is to know about genealogy. Easy for the average person to follow! In fact, some people have called it the Genealogy Manual! Get Started With Your Family Tree Today!

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Tuesday, June 14, 2011 - 14:55
David P. Reid, H.E. Ballard, D.T. Patterson,


This journal was written 1833/1834 by David P. Reid who was aborad the Ship-of-the-Line Delaware.  The journal is in remarkable condition.

"New York AugUst 12, 1833. Went on board the United States Ship of the Line Delaware, 74 Cap H.E. Ballard Commadore at New York while lying in the North River oposite the Battery August 12, 1833.  On which day the President of the United States, the Secretary of the Nave and board of Comm????ioners visited the Ship fired a Salute of 24 guns on the 14th we dropt down to Sandy Hook and Dropt our anchor"

 May 1st 1834 was the birth day of the King of France and the USS Delaware was at the port of Toulon France.  There was much celebrating which the Delaware joined by offering a salute.  Three of their guns proved to be "shotted" which caused the shot to go astray.  One struck a French 74 about 3/4 of a mile away.  Two men were killed and several injured.

Monday, March 28, 2011 - 10:22
Evaline Winifred Squires Bible

Before this bible belonged to Evaline it belonged to Mrs. W. Singleton, 809 Artabasi, Long Beach, Ca., then to Evaline Winifred Squires, Pea Vine School, Carroll Co., Mo.  There is birth and death dates for Mrs. Singleton.  Evaline was born in 1868 and because of a small note she died at the age of 81 in 1949.  The bible measures 5 1/4" X 3 1/2", there is black take on both sides of the spine and there are 5 loose pages (see photos).  There are newpaper items pasted to the front and back inside boards.  There is a lot of handwritten items on the front and rear pages which were originally blank. The clasp is there and in very good condition.  A great treasure for the families of either of these women.  Price includes postage  in USA 

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