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Genealogy Books

 Family History Biographies and genealogical compilations for preserving your heritage and passing along to friends, family and future generations. Knowledge of our background can help with our goals, our current relationships, our health, our religion and spirituality, and many other areas, providing details and stories from our ancestors of years gone by.

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Published Client Genealogies

Armstrong Family History

Ford-Fitzgerald Family History

Glickstein & Haber Family History

Mazo & Curry Family History

Romano & Connor Family History

Wittle & Acri Family History

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Robert J. W. Forsyth & Cressie Jo Curry

Wednesday, the fifteenth of September 1926—the day Robert Joseph Washington Forsyth was born as the second child of Percy Campbell Forsythe and Nina Washington—dawned hot and muggy in the city of Savannah, Georgia. Even though the first day of fall was only nine days...

Mack & Sarah Mason

MACK MASON & SARAH A. THOMPSON The morning of September 25, 1880 came into Washington County, Georgia, cool and clear, with wide blue skies and light breezes. “Shirt-sleeve weather,” the locals called it. It was so like all the other late September days in that...

Harper B. Thompson & Myrtle A. Batdorf

Born and raised on his family’s rural Pennsylvania ancestral lands, Harper Thompson embraced the legacy of his great-grandfather, Alexander, a Scottish immigrant, and resided all his life in the counties of Schuylkill and Dauphin. Abel and Gussie Thompson welcomed...

Gerald G. Thompson

GERALD G. THOMPSON Jerry was born in September 15, 1935 in his Batdorf grandparents’ home, the son of Harper Thompson and Myrtle Batdorf. Initially he lived at Myrtle’s parents’ house, 542 North Street, Lykens but shortly thereafter moved to Tower City. During the...

Melvalean Curry Thompson

Mel wrote a snippet about her upbringing in 2004: I am Melvalean, named after my uncle Melvin from Hinesville, Georgia. As a child my mother called me Mel for a nickname, saying my name is too long to say every time, but it was she that named me! I was born in...

TFH Excerpt: Charlotte “Lottie” and William Duncan

William Duncan and Charlotte were a caring, married couple, who married in the late nineteenth century. The couple married and lived in Sunbury, Pennsylvania. They did also have one son together, Irvin and another son, Harris, born in 1905 who died in infancy. William...

Ancestral Narratives

The upcoming blogs with focus on narratives of our ancestors. Each month we’ll visit a long, lost couple and bring them back to life. Detailing the challenges and successes of their daily lives. This is a detailed introduction to the info used to write the narratives....

Our Genealogy Preface

We are organizing our genealogies in three basic fashions--data, bios and images. This volume continues our research back in time, based strictly on our genealogical (data) history researched over the past forty years. We previously published Generation 5 (4 volumes),...

Genealogy and Health: Generation 8, Part 2 Genealogies Available

We have just completed the daunting task of publishing all 64 Generation 8 genealogies. The first ½ are completed, please visit for a complete list. Did you know discovering your roots can greatly assist in your present day...

Genealogy and Health: Generation 8 Genealogies Available

Did you know discovering your roots can greatly assist in your present day health? Many conditions are hereditary and/or psychosomatic. Knowing and understanding your genealogy can help you diagnose, treat and even avoid these conditions in ourselves and our children....

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