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A Pictorial history of the Broughs of Staffordshire England

Clayton and Ethel Brough
Books/Monographs/Book on Compact Disc
English
[Salt Lake City, Utah] : Richard Brough Family Organization, 2003
2 CD-ROMs : chiefly ill., maps, ports. ; 4 3/4 in.

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System requirements not given. Disc 1 may be viewed using Microsoft Powerpoint Presentations. Disc 2 may be viewed using DVD PhotoPlay.

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The two discs contain the same information but presented in different formats.

"Most American and Australian members of the RBFO trace their lineage back to Richard Brough (b.1786) and Mary Horleston (B.1799), who were married in 1825. Richard and Mary had eleven children. Descendants of one of their children, Richard Brough (b.1827) , now live in Australia. Descendants of three of their other children, Thomas (b.1832), Elizabeth (b.1834) and Samuel (b.1839) now live in the United States." -- from part 2. This CD contains information about the places they lived and surrounding areas along with genealogical data about the family.

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