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Judkins family bulletin

Serial /Serial on Fiche
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1992
1 microfiche
[No. 1] (Dec 1988) - [no. 2] (June 1989)

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Microreproduction of original newsletters published: Sacramento, California : Judkins Family Association, 1988. 2 v. : ill., ports.

The Judkins family bulletin was intended to handle the genealogical research and records, letters, committee progress reports, and research tips for the Judkins Family Association. Its "sister" publication, "The Judkins journal" was intended to handle the articles, columns, family history stories, and other items of interest for the Association. The Judkins family bulletin and the Judkins journal were merged after the first two issues of the bulletin were published.

Semiannual, published in December and June.

Editor: Louise Adell Judkins.

The Judkins family bulletin was once a related work to The Judkins journal, and was later merged into The Judkins journal.

Publication ceased with [no. 2] (June 1989), and this publication was merged with "The Judkins journal."

The Judkins Family Association was organized in 1985 in Maine, by Kathi Judkins Abendroth and Albert Edwards Judkins (1915-2000). The Association publishes two periodicals: "The Judkins journal" and "Judkins family bulletin." Additional information is found on their web sites.

Bulletin for the interchange of genealogical data for the Judkins (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England and Wales. Some settled in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina, Vermont, and Virginia in the 1600's-1700's. Some focus is on (but not limited to) descendants of Job Judkins of Boston, Massachusetts and Samuel Judkins of Surry County, Virginia. Later descendants also lived in New Brunswick (Canada), and in Arkansas, California, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, New York, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and elsewhere.

Each issue includes an every-name index.

Includes Gygoun, Jecun, Jeggon, Jeggons, Jiggen, Jiggens, Jiggins, Jigins, Joket, Jokin, Jokyn, Joukyn, Jowkyn, Judkin, Juggins, Juket, Jukin, Jukyn, and Julkynesone as variant spellings.

Also includes Chapman, Mansell, and other related families.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (2 Dec. 2005)

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