American Genealogical Research Institute; Larsen, Paul; Hallstein, Ann; Mahoney, Ann
Ellis Family History: The Ellis Family
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
American Genealogical Research Institute
; Wraps, 105 pages with large appendix at the back; Black & white illustrations; Textblock tight and bright with unmarked pages (save for approx 9 pgs with light pencil marks, small amount discoloration at bottom edge from pg 97 - end; Light green cover with title in black; No tears, shelf wear includes some light rubbing, a few light marks; A good solid copy; .....(Genealogy being as it is the study of individual people and their relationships within the social unit of the family, parallels and in some degree reflects the history of mankind. Practically every great civilization on earth has found root in the organization of the family, and thus, each history is composed of many family histories. And this book is part of that rich history, being a record of the members of the Ellis family who made a contribution from seventeenth century England with its wars and economic privations, to the nascent colonies on the alien coast of North America, to the Revolutionary War for Independence, and beyond. Sets forth the origin of the family name, the armorial heritage, and the biographies of great men who have lived through history. This family record was dedicated to those now living in expectation that they will profit from reading this.)
GENEALOGY FAMILY HISTORY HISTORY-GENEALOGY ELLIS / AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE HISTORY-THE EUROPEAN NONFICTION