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The Haviland Genealogy: Ancestors and Descendants of William Haviland of Newport, Rhode Island
Chronicle of the Ancient and Noble Norman Family of De Havilland. Originally of Herland, in the Cotentin…
The Genealogy of John Haw 1821-1916
John Hawes
Richard Hawes of Dorchester, Massachusetts and Some of His Descendants
Memoranda Concerning Some Branches of the Hawkins Family and Connections
Plymouth Armada Heroes: The Hawkins Family: With Original Portraits, Coats of Arms, and Other Illustrations
Genealogy of the Hawkins Family
Hawley and Nason Ancestry. Including the Following Contributory Lines: Welles, Hollister, Treat, Boothe, Thompson, Caldwell, Staples, Tetherly, Coffin
Smith Hawley and His Descendants
A Haxton genealogy
The Family of Hay. A History of the Progenitors and Some South Carolina Descendants of Col. Ann Hawkes Hay, with collateral genealogies
Hayden Genealogy
Hayden Family Quarterly (2 vols.)
Records of the Connecticut Line of the Hayden Family
The Haydock Papers. A Glimpse into English Catholic Life under the Shade of Persecution and in the Dawn of Freedom
Genealogical Memoranda Relating Chiefly to the Hayley, Piper, Neal and Ricker Families of Maine and New Hampshire
George Hayes of Windsor and His Descendants
John Hayes of Dover, New Hampshire. A Book of His Family
Genealogy of the Hayes of Tweeddale
Gathering of the Descendants of Henry Hayes
A Long Journey: The Story of Daniel Hayes
Hayes Records from New Garden Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, Pennsylvania, 1752/26-1909 with a few Entries from New Bradford
Descendants of Richard Hayes of Lyme, Connecticut through His Son, Titus Hayes
History of the Hayford Family, 1100-1900
Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England, and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants, 1583-1928
A Haynie Genealogy. Their 1650 Virginia Roots., 1839 Texas Trunk, Nine Limbs, Many Branches, Twigs and Some Leaves.
James Hayward born April 4, 1750 Killed in the Battle of Lexington, April 19, 1775 with Genealogical Notes Relating to the Haywards
Centennial gathering of the Hayward family, with address by George W. Hayward …..
The Hazard Family of Rhode Island 1635-1894
Nailer Tom's Diary: Otherwise, the Journal of Thomas B. Hazard of Kingstown, Rhode Island, 1778-1840; Whie Includes Observations of the Weather,
Genealogical Sketches of Robert & John Hazelton
The Hazen Family in America
Genealogy of Samuel and Elizabeth (DeWitt) Hazen
The Ancestors of Charles Clement Heacock , 1851-1914. With an Account of the Descendants of Joel and Huldah Gaskill Heacock.
Head: Descent of Henry Head
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RE: Genealogy Books
Eric Johansson
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Would you say that the resources that you posted beats out anything you can find on Amazon? 
Eric Johansson
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RE: Genealogy Books
Maggie McTaggart
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Buyer beware.  Mr. Maindron doesn't mention that they have an F rating with the local Better Business Bureau, and are infamous at rootsweb for spamming the genealogy message boards there under a variety of fake IDs.  It's been so bad that Legacy told them to remove the affiliate link on their website, which they have refused to do.

All in all, not a very reputable company.

Maggie McTaggart
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