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Genealogical research collection, ca. 1700-1950

Wright, John Calvin (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1991
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original manuscripts (handwritten and typescript), ca. 300 p.

Includes manuscript for history of the Bennett family completed in 1940; correspondence regarding Goddard, Bennett, Bruce, Blakeslee, and Boone families dated 1937-1939; miscellaneous manuscript material on the Wright, Abshire, Jamison, Boone and related families; family group sheets and notes on the Wright, Wise, Gilbert and Jamison families.

Goodman A. Wright was born in 1813 in Franklin County, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Boone Jamison. He died in Pomona, Kansas in 1886. James Robert Bruce was born in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1794 and lived in Davis County, Iowa and Geary County, Kansas. Johann Diel Bohne was born near Obermoschel, Germany in 1710-1711 and settled in Frederick County, Maryland. Calvin Goddard Bennett was born in Waterloo, Québec in 1855, son of Edmund and Charlotte Ann Goddard. His ancestry is traced back to John Bennett of Connecticut who died there in 1691.

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