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Rodriguez Maindron
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OVER 30,000 BOOKS ON FAMILY GENEALOGY

 AND AMERICAN LOCAL HISTORY

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Ancestral Books, LLC

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A Genealogical and Biographical Record Concerning Amos Reed and Annie (Webb) Reed and All of Their Descendants…
History of the Reeds and Winns
The Ancestry and Descendants of Mitchell Reed and His Wife, Sarah Foster: With Notes on Some Related Families (Shannon, Wortman, Armstrong and Moore)
Reed Family History. Origin of the Name and Early History of the Family in England and America
The Reed History: A History of the Descendants of Robert Reed, Sr.
The Reed Genealogy. Descendants of William Reade of Weymouth, Massachusetts, from 1635 to 1902. Which, Following the Descendants of His Four Sons….
A Genealogical Record Concerning Captain Samuel Reed
David Rees of Little Creek Hundred. And the Descendants of John Rees, his Son
Rees History
Genealogy of the Reese family in Wales and America: from their arrival in America to the present time
Rees History
Reliques of the Rives (Ryves): Being Historical and Genealogical Notes of the Ancient Family Ryves of County Dorset and of the Rives of Virginia, an
Thomas Reeves and His Descendants
The Reeves Family: Walter Reeve of Burlington County, New Jersey, and a Number of His Descendants Through Ten Generations, 1650-1930
Green Rives of Dinwiddie County, Virginia and Lincoln County, Tennessee and his Descendants
A Reeves Genealogy. The Reves Family. The Descendants of Walter Reeves of Bulrington County, New Jersey, Through His Eldest Sone, John
Ancestry and Posterity of Johnson Reeves, born October 16, 1799, died July 19, 1860, and a Memorial Sermon
Reichner and Aiken Genealogies
Reifsnyder-Gillam Ancestry
Reid Family: Jermiah Reid of Timber Ridge, Hampshire County, Virginia and Some Descendants and Affillations
The Remick Genealogy
Remington of Utah: With Their Ancestors and Descendants
A Remington Family History, 1687-1962: Includes Previously Unpublished Material For the Female Lines, Stanford, Snow, Allis
Thomas Remington of Suffield, Conn., and Some of His Descendants
Some History and Genealogy of the Remington Line in England and America
The Remy Family in America, 1650-1942
The Renwicks of Greenbrier
The Rennolds-Reynolds Family of England and Virginia, 1530-1948, Being the Partial Story of Christopher Reynolds of County Kent, England, and his
Genealogy of the Renwick Family
The Family Requa, 1678-1898
The Resseguie Family
George Rex Genealogy: Ancestry and Descendants of George Rex First of England to Pennsylvania in 1771
Genealogical History Showing the Paternal Line of Descent from Arthur Rexford a Native of England who married Elizabeth Stevens of New Haven, Conn.,
 
Rodriguez Maindron
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RE: Hardback Leather bound genealogy Books
Maggie McTaggart
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Gee, he forgot to mention his F rating with the Better Business Bureau -- how could that happen?  Also didn't mention that Legacy kicked him out of their affiliate program due to his repeated spamming of the rootsweb message boards.  Which, by the way, continues to this day.
Maggie McTaggart
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