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Genealogy and History of the Family JONES

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CD Content
  9 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  The Jones family of Long Island : descendants of Major Thomas Jones (1665-1726) and allied families New York: T.A. Wright, 1907, Jones, John Henry, 441  pgs. 
2.  John Paul Jones and his ancestry:  Chicago, J.G. Branch Pub. Co., 1927, Jones, William R,  296  pgs. 
3.  Jones genealogy : being a record of the descendants of Hugh Jones of Salem, Mass., emigrant from Wincanton, England, 1635-1931 St. Johnsbury, Vt.: Cowles Press, 1931, Clark, Myrtle Bowen, 219  pgs. 
4.  Thomas Jones : Fort Neck, Queens County, Long Island, 1695 and his descendants the Floyd-Jones family : with connections from the year 1066 New York: Floyd-Jones, Thomas, 1906, 202  pgs. 
5.  The descendants of Joel Jones, a revolutionary soldier, born in Charlton, Mass., in 1764, and died in Crawford County, Pa., in 1845 : together with an account of his ancestors, back to Lewis and Ann Jones, of Watertown, Mass., who came to America about 1635, also the descendants of Lemuel Smith, born in Ware, Mass., in 1770, came to Crawford County, Pa., in 1817, and died in 1855 Rutland, Vt.: Tuttle, 1925, Smith, Elbert, 431  pgs. 
6.  Genealogy of David Jones:  Beale, Ellen Mary Mendenhall, 1903, 206  pgs.
7.  History and genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of Captain Israel Jones who removed from Enfield to Barkhamsted, Conn., in the year 1759, Parker, L. N., 1902, 323  pgs. 
8.  Some of the descendants of Lewis and Ann Jones of Roxbury, Mass., through their son Josiah and grandson James, Trask, William Blake, 1878, 85  pgs. 
9.  A record of the ancestors and descendants of Erasmus Jones and his wife, Mary Sellers Jones, Philadelphia, Pa.: Rife, Lee Erasmus, 1936, 40  pgs.

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      Many of our CDs are composed of collections of multiple texts and documents concentrating on specific regions or subject areas.  Many contain 5, 10 or more separate publications.  Each CD is truly a reference BONANZA to the home historian with thousands of pages of research information.  The age of most of these text make them inaccessible to the average researcher.  Naturally their scarcity and fragility makes them very expensive to acquire  hence often kept under lock and key in an effort to preserve them. Unfortunately this also makes them unavailable for public view. Our CDs are produced by scanning the actual pages of the original text making them not only excellent resources but archival copies available for future generations. If you could find a hard copy of any of these books it would cost hundreds of dollars - individually worth many times the cost of  a CD. The average cost of a single CD, containing our "theme or regional" based collections has been kept affordable in an effort to make this information obtainable to as many home researchers as possible.
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