Payne Odom Genealogy Library Family Tree
The Family Tree -
Donation of Books to the Odom Library
You know, The Family
Tree has so many friends and readers, who provide The Odom Library
with the most wonderful gift books, that our library continues to
provide its patrons with valuable material for research and
pleasure. We thank each and every one of you who have shared with us
your precious books. We hope a simple "thank you" will express our
We appreciate Ted O. Brooke of Cumming, Georgia who gifted the
library with Fulton County, Georgia Marriage Records, 1866-1902 (Colored)
Books A-G and also Fulton county, Georgia Marriage Records
Thank you to LaRae Edwards of Thomasville, Georgia for donating
Simpler Times. We appreciate her kindness!
The Jack Rabbit (1937), Annual of South Dakota State College, was
presented to the library by Sandra T. Coxe or Ogden, Utah. Thank
Courtney McKay Stevens of Reading, Pennsylvania has gifted Carolina
Scots to our collection. Thank you very much!
We thank Merle Griswold of Doerun, Georgia, who has made a gift of
Mitchell and Miller Family. Your gift is very important to us!
Thank you for the gift book donation all the way from Colorado! D.
Reid Ross of Durango presented the library with George S. Johnson,
His Wife Eliza Ann Gwatkin, Their Forebearers and Their Descendants.
We also thank Bob Fletcher for the gift of Remembrance: A Tribute to
America's Veterans. This is a wonderful donation!
We appreciate Larry E. Caver, Jr. of Prattville, Alabama who donated
Death, Marriage and Probate Notices from Montgomery, Alabama
Newspapers, Volume II (1866-1875). Thank you for your contribution!
Sto Pro Veritate (I Stand for Truth) was donated by Cornelia W.
Guthrie of Middletown, Kentucky. Thank you very much!
Gail Garden of Baldwin, North Dakota gifted the library with two
high school annuals: Prairie Breezes and Marichimes. Thank you!
Ida C. Scott of Austin, Texas donated A Guide to the Families of
Tyler and Ida Reid Calhoun with accompanying chart and two microfilm
tapes of The Ida Calhoun Burritt Collection. She also donated Destin
History and the Roots Run Deep; Register of Graduates and Former
Cadets 1802-1986 United States Military Academy; William McGonagall,
Poet; Scotland Under Trust; The Scotch Irish in Northern Ireland and
the American Colonies; Scotch Irish, Pioneers in Ulster and America;
and Manning and Allied Families. We greatly appreciate your
Thank you to Mrs. Virginia Horkan of Moultrie, Georgia for the
following donations: Some Virginia Marriages 1700-1799, Some North
Carolina Marriages 1760-1799, and Historic Flags of America. Your
gift is greatly appreciated!
The Town Below the Ground - Edinburgh's Legendary Underground City
was gifted to the library by Harold J. Fisher of East Point,
Georgia. Thank you very much!
A wonderful donation was made by Tillie Bryant of Tampa Florida in
the book titled The McGuire's and Their Kin. Thank you!!
Janet Gottschalk, M.M.S., of Washington, D.C., donated a copy of She
Stepped Out of Her Class - The Life and Times of Agnes McLaren. We
appreciate this wonderful donation!
And Joan S. Guilford of Orange, California provided the library with
The Ancestry of Dr. J. P. Guilford, Volume II. Thank you so much!
>From Keith Marr of Laideland, Florida we received the gift book
titled Crossroads on Nebraska Avenue, An Autobiography.
Gretta H. Holcom of Bradenton, Florida donated in memory of John
Martin and Martha Ann Langdale Hancock Judge Harley and His Boys,
The Langdale Story. Many thanks for that lovely gift!
The Scottish World, Fire and Sword, and Scotland: Archaeology and
Early History were presented to the library by Harry P. Murdock of
Marysville, Washington. Thank you! Thank you!
And Bill Kincaid has made a gift of This I'll Defend - The Story of
the Kincaids. We appreciate your kindness!
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