and History of the Family JONES
9 Complete Searchable Publications on
|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,
|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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