and History of the Family PAINE/PAYNE
9 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. Ancestors and descendants
of James Payne of Pomfret, Conn., and Hauppauge, L.I. Northport, N.Y.Smith,
Sarah C. Printed by Northport Observer, 1932, 80 pgs.
|2. Thomas Paine cottage and
grounds, New Rochelle New Rochelle, N.Y.: Huguenot and Historical Association
of New Rochelle, N.Y., 1931, 46 pgs.
|3. Payne and East Hampton :
evidence by Long Island residents who believed that author was born there.
Pennypacker, Morton, 1939?, 97 pgs.
|4. Barnabas Payne and his son
John C. Payne : some data of biography and genealogy that concern their
many descendants Nevada, Iowa: Payne, W. O. 1903, 14 pgs.
|5. The genealogy of the families
of Payne and Gore Whitmore, William Henry, Boston: John Wilson and Son,
1875, 32 pgs.
|6. The Paynes of Hamilton :
a genealogical and biographical record New York: White, Augusta Francelia
(Payne), Tobias A. Wright, 1912, 260 pgs.
|7. Thomas Payne of Salem and
his descendants : the Salem branch of the Paine family Paine, Nathaniel
Emmons, Haverhill, Mass.: Record Pub., 1928, 256 pgs.
|8. Ancestors and descendants
of Joseph Payne the sixth, of West Turin, N.Y.Rome, N.Y.:Scheidleman, Edward
Payne, Rome Sentinel Co., 1937, 33 pgs.
|9. Thoughts of Thomas Paine
- 15 Thought provoking, hard to find, essays on God, Nature and Revealed
Religions - LISTING
ON THE SAME CD:
Surname file of Long Island Genealogy containing 3802 individuals,
in 1348 family groups. - literally THOUSANDS
of family group sheets plus the GEDCOM file that made it containing all
notes and sources.
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|COMMON SENSE by Thomas Paine
|OF THE RELIGION OF DEISM
COMPARED WITH THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION
|OLD TESTAMENT "PROPHECIES"
OF JESUS PROVEN FALSE - I
|OLD TESTAMENT "PROPHECIES"
OF JESUS PROVEN FALSE - II
|THE TOWER OF BABEL
|A LETTER TO A FRIEND REGARDING
THE AGE OF REASON
|THOMAS PAINE ON DEATH
THOMAS PAINE AND SAMUEL ADAMS
ON THE WORD "RELIGION"
ON THE SABBATH-DAY
ON CHRISTIAN MISSIONARIES
|THOMAS PAINE ON
FREE MASONRY, PART I
ON FREEMASONRY, PART II