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Mangum family bulletin

Parham, James Lynn, 1941- (Added Author)
Serial /Serial with Fiche
English
Huntsville, Alabama : J.L. Parham, c1969-1992
38 v. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., maps, ports.
2nd [edition] reprints
08868727
Vol. 1 no. 1 (Mar 1969) - no. 38 (Oct 1992)

Notes

Vol. 1-13 hard copies are reprints. In 2nd printing (1984) some corrections were made to text, and numering scheme changed from volume and number to only sequential "whole" issue numbering. Table of Contents in the reprinted (1984) version display original volume and number designations. 3rd printing (1991) displays the revised "whole" issue numbering in Table of Contents, and shows original and revised schemes on each issue. 3rd reprinting (1991) included no changes or corrections to text, but only transferred hard copy to computer readable files.

Quarterly (1969-1971). Annual (1972-1980). Three per year (1981). Annual (1984-1985). Quarterly (1986-1988). Annual (1989-1992).

Editor: James L. Parham (James Lynn).

Continued by: Mangum - Mangham - Mangrum journal.

See also: The Mangum CD.

Vol. 3 no. 3/4 = issue 11/12 (Sept/Dec 1971) is a double issue. No. 28 (Apr 1987) was misdated as 1986.

Volume numbers cease after vol. 3. All reprints were re-numbered using only sequential "whole numbers" without volume numbers.

Publication suspended in 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1982, and 1983.

Published: Athens, Alabama; Scottsville, Alabama; and Huntsville, Alabama.

Some issues are available on microfiche. All issues and indexes are available on CD-ROM.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Mangum (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England (especially Lancashire and Yorkshire), France, Ireland, Normandy, and Scotland. In the 1600s, some immigrated to Maryland and Virginia (especially in the Isle of Wight, and Albemarle Parish in Surry and Sussex Counties). Some were Loyalists, Huguenots, and Protestants. In the 1700s, some settled in Nova Scotia (Canada), and in Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. Some joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and moved with the Mormon pioneers into Utah. During the 1800s, some moved to Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, and Texas. Later descendants also lived in Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, New Mexico, Washington, Washington D.C., Wisconsin, and elsewhere. Some have African American bloodlines. Some records are of servants and slaves. Information was extracted from Bible records, cemeteries, state and national census records, church records, and court records, deeds, letters, land records, marriage records, military records, mortality schedules, parish registers, tax records, and wills. Dates included are 1600-1900s. Includes renunion notices.

Indexes on CD-ROM.

Includes some bibliographic references.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (7 Dec. 2005)

Includes queries.

Includes Managham, Manaham, Manegham, Mangam, Mangan, Manganhan, Mangen, Manggam, Manggom, Manggum, Mangham, Manghin, Manghon, Manghum, Mangim, Mangin, Mangnem, Mangom(e), Mangon, Mangrahan, Mangraim, Mangram, Mangrein, Mangrem, Mangrend, Mangrim, Mangrom, Mangrum, Maningham, Manningham, Manyngham, Mingham, Mingum, and other variant spellings.

Also includes Ayres, Bennett, Cash, Coffer, Gray, Harris, Hall, Hill, Hurlburt, Lancaster, Letgo (Ladgo), Lithgow, Parham, Person, Pierce, Piles, Powell, Savadge (Savidge), and other related families.

Library lacks: no. 15, no. 16, no. 22, nos. 24-38; and indexes. See film note for issue available on microfiche only. For a complete set, see "The Mangum CD."

Some pages are faded or otherwise hard to read on hard copy and microfiche.

Also available on microfiche

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