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by John F. Lasher
Author: John F. Lasher
Publisher: Kinship (2005)
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Provides instructions on organizing family history files, interviewing family . The book is easy to read, and reference. Specific steps are outlined clearly and concisely.
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The dyad returns to America where Lasher sets out to impregnate other female members of the Mayfair family
The dyad returns to America where Lasher sets out to impregnate other female members of the Mayfair family. All attempts are unsuccessful as the women immediately miscarry and hemorrhage to death. Rowan manages to escape Lasher, and after hitchhiking to Louisiana, she collapses in a field and gives birth to Emaleth, a female Taltos. Much of the book is set into four sections of "Julien's Story" which delineates the life of Julien Mayfair and what he has discovered of the entity known as Lasher. Lasher returns to the house to tell Michael and Aaron his story of his past life.
A Family History and Genealogical Reference. This full name indexed Lasher genealogy by John F. Lasher is an exhaustive study of that Palatine family. John has traced and assembled 1129 family groups with over 7000 individuals in New York, Pennsylvania, and Indiana primarily. KS-235 ISBN: 1560122684. Page Count: 720. More records for Family Genealogies.
Genealogical and biographica. This noble house traces its descent to a family which is stated to have flourished in Normandy for a century and a half before the Conquest, and obtained its surname from having held the high and powerful office in that principality of Le Grosvenor. The founder of the English Grosvenors, Gilbert Le Grosvenor, came over in the train of the Conqueror.
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The Lancaster Family. By Eileen Lasher Powers. Baltimore, Maryland, Gateway Press, In. 1982)
The Lancaster Family. A History of Thomas and Phebe Lancaster of Bucks County, Pennsylvania and Their Descendants from 1711 to 1912. Also a Sketch on the Origin of the Name and Family in England. Compiled by Harry Fred Lancaster. Columbia City, Indiana, 1902). Thirteen Thousand Descendents including descendents of John from Devonshire, England, to Providence, . 1673; Thomas from Kent, England, to Scituate, Mass. 1634; and Genealogical Notes of Other Lapham Families. Compiled by Bertha Bortle Beal Aldridge. Victor, New York, 1953). 1982). Pages 254, 304, and 385.
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