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Re: north shields
Posted by: Cynthia Date: January 02, 2002 at 22:01:01
In Reply to: north shields by david kinnear of 384

there is a Kinnear book on ebay for sale ..I posted the ad..if you are interested you must be quick. I AM NOT THE SELLER>
White, Emma Siggins (Compiler).
The Kinnears and Their Kin. A Memorial
Volume of History, Biography and Genealogy
with Revolutionary and Civil and Spanish
War Records including Manuscript of Rev
David Kinnear (1840). Kansas City (MO):
Tiernan-Dart Printing Co, 1916. First
edition. Thick octavo, 578 pages. The
ancestors of the Kinnearís, in Ohio,
Pennsylvania and other parts of the
United States emigrated from Scotland
to Ireland. The first Kinnears arrived
long before the Revolutionary War first
settling in Centre County, Pennsylvania.
Some of early allied Kinnear families
include: McClelland, Ingram, Earnest,
Bailey, Raymond, Bushnell, Wilson, Koch,
Sloan, Smiley, Monnett, McPherson,
Rutledge, Hannah, Barnett plus many
more. Some of the contents include:
the Koch Family; Historical Sketch of
the Monnett Family; the Willson-Noble
Family; the John Saylor Family; the
William Young Family; the Town of
Youngsville, Pennsylvania; the Scotch
and Scotch-Irish Youngs; Captain Thomas
Young; the James Grimes Family; the
Adam Earnest Family; the William Thrall
Family; the Alexander Kinnear Family;
the Samuel Parshall Family; Mrs Jeanette
Kinnear; the Rich Family; the Edward
Northey Family; the Memoirs of B.B.
Siggins of Youngsville, Pennsylvania;
the Youngsville Borough; John Barbara
White of Kansas City, Missouri; Hon
Henry Puncabee Kinnear; the John
McKinney Family; Robert and Nancy
Kinnear and Their Descendants; the
Kinnear Civil War Records; General
William Irvine; Canadian Kinnears;
New Hampshire Kinnears; New York
Kinnears; the John Kinnear Family
of Scotland; the Monagham County,
Ireland Kinnears and Their Descen-
dants in Virginia; the Kinnears from
Londonderry, Ireland Who Settled
in Pittsburgh; Alexander Kinnear of
Londonderry, Ireland; the William
Kinnear Family; the Armagh County,
Ireland Kinnears; French Kinnears;
the Richard Kenner Family; Sir James
Walter MacKay Simpson of Strathavon,
Scotland; the John Simpson Family;
John Simpson of Montgomery County,
Pennsylvania; the Ulysses S. Grant
Family; the Weir Family; Bishop
Matthew Simpson Family; the Joseph
Tingley Family; the (Jefferson)
Davis Family; Varina Banks Howell;
the Simpson Family of Bucks County,
the Davis family of Bucks County,
Pennsylvania; the Descendants of
William Simpson of Bucks County,
Pennsylvania; the Revolutionary
Records of Ancestors of Talbot and
Virginia Bay (McClelland) Simpson;
the Benjamin Stratton Family; the
Benedict Family of Danbury, Conn-
ecticut; the John Greene Family;
the Bailey Family; the Martin
Schenck Family; the McKonkey
Family of Bucks County, PA and
Trenton, New Jersey; the New
Hampshire-Kansas City Simpsons;
Samuel Newell Simpson; the
Illinois Simpsons; the Maryland-
St Louis Simpsons; Descendants
of Richard Simpson of Fairfax
County, Virginia; Sketch of Col
John Williams; the William
Overton Family; the William
Claiborne Family; the Nathan
Lipscomb Family; Nathan Scarritt;
George Elliot Simpson; Frank
Simpson of Kansas City, Missouri;
the Seth Ward Family; the Harris
House of Westport, Missouri; Old
Westport, Missouri; the Simpson
Family of South Carolina; William
Dunlap Simpson; the John Dickie
Family; Edwin Conway Garlington;
the Robert Taliaferro Family;
the General Robert Smith Family;
the Kentucky Simpsons. Profusely
illustrated with 73 vintage family
photographs, town views, and
residences plus several coats-of-
arms in color. With a 52-page
index. This hardcover genealogy
is slightly rubbed on the spine,
otherwise in very good to near
fine condition.


Terms of Sale:
Successful bidder pays media mail postage
of $4.00 within the US (includes a delivery
confirmation) and estimated costs for mailing
overseas. Personal checks and money orders
are accepted. Plus PayPal, or Billpoint
or Credit Cards (VISA, MasterCard & Discover)
are accepted for shipment within 24-36 hours.
Your satisfaction is guaranteed. All books
are returnable for any reason within 10 days of
receipt, providing notification is given.
Please see my other books offered here at eBay
by clicking on "View seller's other auctions"
above.

Thank you for attending this auction.

Damon Van Vliet
P.O. Box 775
Manchester, NH 03105
USA
Tel/fax: 603 626 5146

Please feel free to ask any questions.
email: ddvv@rcn.com (2 vís - not a w)





ALL TERMS FIRM. BIDDING EQUALS ACCEPTANCE!
Please reply to my notification within 3 days.Payment must be received within 10 days of the close of auction.



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