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The Family Tree - February/March 2003
Books at the Odom Library


It's still Christmas at The Odom Library...thanks to you!
Our book budget is almost nil.  Thanks to the stock market, like many of our reader's budgets, The Odom Library's book budget has been zapped.  However, thanks to our readers and patrons, our collection continues to grow.

We appreciate Geraldine Dewitt-Edwards of Rancho Cordova, California has donated fourteen books to the collection in Moultrie.  The books include: Emison Families Revised; The Emison Families Revised; Supplement 1962; Final Supplement (1969) to The Emison Families; Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds; Early Kentucky Tax Records; Biennial Report of the Adjutant General of Illinois; How to Research a Family with Illinois Roots; John and Alexander dickey; Immigrants 1772; Museum of Westward Expansion; A Photographic Collection; French Colonists and Exiles in the United States; Guide to Civil War Records; Confederate Research Sources; Kinship It's All Relative and Kentucky Marriages.

John Goodwin of Winter Park, Florida has gifted the library with Civil War Records of Jefferson County, Alabama.

We appreciate the gifts of Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Edwards of Thomasville, Georgia who have given South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719-1772 and  African-American Life on the Southern Hunting Plantation.
The late Barbara Johnson of Moultrie donated The Beginner's Guide to Danish Genealogical Records to the collection.

Merle Baker of Norman Park, Georgia made a gift of: A Treasury of Civil War Tales; The Dictionary of Genealogy - A Guide to British Ancestry Research; Louisiana's Architectural & Archaeological Legacies; Historic Mason County, Michigan 1980; Pictorial History of East Point, Georgia and The History of Sedgwick County, Colorado, Vol. II.

David M. Graham of Beverly Beach, Florida has donated Graham Genealogy & Other Families: Tipton, Fuller, Pennell, Campbell.

Geraldine Dewitt-Edwards of Rancho Cordova, California sent another collection of books for the library in Moultrie. This time, she sent 28 books for the genealogy library.  The books include Genealogical Research in England and Wales, Vol. III; Tracing Your British Ancestors; Pre-1841 Censuses and Population Listings in the British Isles; Our Ancestors - Scots, Picts and Cymry; the Ancient Stones of Scotland; the Edwards in Scotland; Curious Epistles in Scottish History; A History of Scotland; Genealogical Atlas of the United States; American Genealogical Research at the DAR Washington, DC; Where to Write for Vital Records; The Archives - A Guide to National Archives Field Branches; Ingram Family History from England to America; State Census Records; Computer Genealogy - A Guide to Research Through High Technology; Ancestry's Guide to Research - Case Studies in American Genealogy; Barbados Records Baptisms 1637-1800; The Octonia Grant; Historic Roads of Virginia - Orange County Road Orders 1734-1749; Orange County Land Patents; Orange County Road Orders 1750-1800; Cemeteries of Roane County, Tennessee; Roane County, Tennessee Divorces 1807-1900; Pocket Note History of Greene County, Tennessee; Marriages in Rockingham County, Virginia 1778-1816; Greene County, Tennessee Tax Digests 1809-1817; St. David's Parish, South Carolina - Minutes of the Vestry 1768-1832; and Roster of the Volunteer Officers and Soldiers from Kentucky in the War of 1812-1815.

If you have books that you have "used up" in your own research...books that are collecting dust on your shelves and crowding out books that you are currently using...we can surely help you with  your book problem!  Just donate the books to The Odom Library.  You know, we are a 501 (c)(3) library - so that anything you donate to us is tax deductible!

Just mail books to the library if you can't bring them in person.  If you utilize the services of UPS or FedEx, send to The Odom Library, 204 5th St., SE, Moultrie, Georgia.  If you use the USPS, use The Odom Library, PO Box 2828, Moultrie, GA 31776-2828.


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