CDs of important
[Formerly part of: FAMILY TREES AND OTHER GENEALOGICAL TREASURES. This section formerly included an index for Books and Biographical Sketches that appear on this site. Because these sections became too large, Books and Biographical Sketches have become separate sections with their own respective titles. You can go to any of the individual sections by clicking on Family Trees, Web Sites, Books and Biographical Sketches, respectively.]
One of the main goals of genealogical research is to identify our ancestors and to discover as much about them as possible. The fruits of our labor are usually collected as organized family trees that are stored on web sites and books. Perhaps the single most lasting honor that we can convey to our ancestors and their progeny is through such written records.
A list of books containing data and
information that may be useful to researchers of
IN TIME - Young / Jung and Related Ancestors from
SCHOOL POEMS by John Tilden Latta
THE ONE ROOM SCHOOLS of MONROE COUNTY 1808 - 1957 prepared by the Retired Teachers’ Association of Monroe County, Ohio [WHOLE BOOK – recommended for newer, faster computers – see editorial notes for further details]
THE ONE ROOM SCHOOLS of MONROE COUNTY 1808 - 1957 prepared by the Retired Teachers’ Association of Monroe County, Ohio [SEGMENTED BOOK in 5 Parts – recommended for older, slower, computers and WebTV – see editorial notes for further details ]
COLLECTIONS OF OHIO by Henry Howe 1851 containing
a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches,
anecdotes, etc., relating to its general and local history; with descriptions
of its counties, principal towns and villages. Illustrated.
ANNIVERSARY BOOKLET of ST. JOHN’S UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST – 1827 – 2002 175TH Anniversary of the
You Can't Do That! - Memoirs from Early Childhood to Mid-Life by Marjory Petty Peck Austen.
A Warner History - A Compilation of Writings, Letters and Memories Assemble by Robert L. Warner
Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Mary Denbow Weber - Compiled by Carl D. Weber 30 June 2009