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Our ancestral legacy : including the families of: Lewis, Jones, Hollingworth, Study, Ruckman, Pearce, Stegall, Kenworthy, Crapster, White, Rye, Bond, Golay, Stark, Morgan, Jackson, Scott, Thronburgh, Willits, Commons, Congleton, Maulsby, Allison, Mills, Hayes, Monn, Boone, Beals, Harlan, Cassel, Bowater, Woodward, John, Rees, Powell, Delaplane, Clayton, Edge, Buffington, Washburn, Cole, Townsend, and other related families

Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1988
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: [Cambridge City, Ind.? : Mrs. C.R. Golay?], 1969. iii, 83 [i.e. 85], 20, 2 leaves.

"This material represents over forty years of work by various members of the family and many hours of collecting data found in other records and books."

Preface signed: Mrs. Charles R. Golay; Miss Dorothy Lewis.

Contents: Ancestors of Deborah Lewis Dunn and Dorothy Lewis who are unrelated to Charles Edward Golay -- Ancestors of Charles Edward Golay who are not common to Deborah Lewis Dunn and Dorothy Lewis -- Ancestors who are common to both families.

Includes index.

Ancestors of Deborah Lewis Dunn (b. 1915) and her sister, Dorothy Lewis, (b. 1922), daughters of Paul Edward Lewis (1887-1935) and Lucile Jones Lewis (1889-1957) of Willamburg, Indiana. Also ancestors of Charles Edward Golay (b. 1951), son of Charles Rodolph Golay (b. 1911) and Marjoire Jackson Morgan Golay (b. 1913), of Cambridge City, Indiana. They have ancestors, Abner Daley Bond (1836-1925) and his wife, Mary Ellen Scott Bond (1842-1894) of Wayne County, Indiana, in common.

Includes the families of John Lewis (d. 1802) of Randolph County, North Carolina; John Jones (1743-1821) of Libertytown, Maryland; Jacques David Golay (b. 1761) of Switzerland, Kentucky, and Vevay, Indiana; Richard Morgan (1789-1872) of Wales and Jackson County, Ohio; Joseph Bond (1704-before 1760) of England, Pennsylvania, and New Garden, North Carolina; William Scott (ca. 1724-1804) of Ireland and Bourbon County, Kentucky, and other ancestral families.

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