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Genealogy and History of the Family ROE

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4 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Brief record of certain descendants of David Roe of Flushing, Long Island, New York : including John Martindale of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Martin Tichenor of New Haven, Connecticut and Newark, New Jersey, including Theophilus Blake of Greenbrier County, Author: Mildred Roe.Virginia Bronx, N.Y.: unknown, 1965, 147  pgs.   Table of contents  The Roe Family, Genealogical charts, Excerpts from "historical records," Rear Aimiral Framcis Asbury Roe,  The "midnight ride of Austin Roe," Visit to East Anglia-England, Miscellaneous biographical notes, The Feke Family, The Martindale Family, The Tichenor Family, 1983 update 
                  
2.  Captain Daniel ROE, His Diary, 1806-1808 - an officer of the French and Indian War and of the Revolution, The Blanchard Press 1904, 64 pages
                  
3.  David Roe of Flushing, New York and some of his descendants,  2nd ed. / rev. and enl. by Clarence Almon Torrey and Charles Harvey Roe 1958, 195  pgs. Includes bibliographical references and index.   Contents: David Roe of Flushing and some of his descendants, References. Unidentified Roes, The Feke Family, Location of David Roe's home at Flushing, Long Island, New York 
                  
4.  John Roe Of Brookhaven, Long Island And Some of His Descendants - A Record of Six Generations By Clarence Almon Torrey, PH. Boston 1941
                 
AND ON THE SAME CD:  The complete Surname file of Long Island Genealogy containing  965 individuals, in 300 family groups. -  literally THOUSANDS of family group sheets plus the GEDCOM file that made it containing all notes and sources.

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