Hello all - I received the following e-mail message today from Mrs. Dorothy Marcussen Ross:
Subject: Re: Ross and Enochson
Hello, I am very sorry to announce that Nancy Carter passed away earlier this year, losing her years-long battle with cancer of the flat bones. She had several remissions, and then it would come back, and at last, this lovely lady, a registered nurse, could no longer fight and she lost her life. We only met her twice, a year apart, but she was a lovely, lively lady in her 60's, as I recall(we're in our early 70's now), and just a delight to know. I'm sure the cancer was the only enemy she ever had.
I am sorry to pass along this sad news. Nancy Carter was obviously also a great researcher who brought together much valuable information for many descendants to share, including Enochs.
With regard to her book:
Posting by Wilson Hoag in 2000: ANNOUNCING THE AVAILABILITY OF
Enix, Eneix, Enoch, Enochs, Enochson The Family History and Genealogy of Garret and Gertrude Enochson 1650-1950
Beginning with their life along the Delaware River in Pennsylvania
Because of its size, about 900 pages long, the book had to be published in two volumes including maps, documents and pictures. The index is 91 pages with cross referencing. The references are extensive for the first four generations (1680 to 1800).
The cost of the book is $79.13, which includes book rate shipping. There is also a read-only CD available which contains the Enochson family database upon which the book is based. The cost of the CD is $15.00.
Contact the author (Nancy Carter) for information on how to order the items above.
Do any of you know if copies of Nancy's book and CD can still be purchased? If you have a copy, can you please provide the contact information from the publisher? It is vital that this information continue to be published or available to read, for the sake of the thousands of descendants of these families.
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