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Old Publications Mentioned in Pennington Pedigree 1972

  • November 03, 2010 9:03 AM
    Message # 456317
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    written by Flora Smith, in her References the two following references:

    Wm Pennington Genealory, author Joseph Foster, privately printed at Cheswick PPress 1878  and Penns & Pennington of 17th Century by Marie Weles, pub. 1867. 

    Does anyone have a copy of these publications?


  • November 04, 2010 6:37 AM
    Reply # 456846 on 456317
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    I would check ebay.  Put a continuous "search" for it on Ebay. once someone tries to sell one you will be notified.

    I would also check with; they have a bunch of old book sellers on there and I have been lucky with that too. Search here, Google books

    More genealogy book sellers

    I'm sure there are many more, these are some that I peek at everyone once in awhile.

    If all else fails, check your library; check online first and have it delivered to your library.

    If that fails, do google alert and leave it out there; once anyone writes about it on the internet; you will be able to read it

    Good luck

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