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genealogical history of the Ludlow family [microform]

Noah Miller Ludlow

genealogical history of the Ludlow family [microform]

by Noah Miller Ludlow

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Published by Riverside Print. House in St. Louis .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby N.M. Ludlow.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 84/7406 (C)
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p. : port. ; 22 cm.
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2970555M
LC Control Number84217341

HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN BRANCH OF THE AURAND FAMILY, FROM TO Beaver Springs, PA: A. M. Aurand, 23 pages. Note: This is not a microform, this is a harback book. Scarce first edition. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Slight soiling to binding. $ Aurelia, Iowa.   "George Edward Ludlow: September 6, - Ap George "Teenie" Ludlow was one of eight children born in Washington, D.C. to James and Tallie Ludlow. In , at the age of five, George and his family moved to Coronado where they grew up, spent their lives, and were lovingly referred to as the Ludlows of Coronado.

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A GENEALOGICAL. RECORD. 7he *Phelp3 The most trustworthy account which we have of the early history of the family goes to show that itoriginated in the north of Italy during the middle age's: that in the 11th century many of its members found their way into Germany (the name taking in both of these countries various forms, as Welfs, Yelps, Vulps, and. Page - They neither applied themselves to planting of corn, nor taking of fish, more than for their present use ; but went about to build castles in the air, and making of forts, neglecting the plentiful time of fishing. When winter came, their forts would not keep out hunger, and they, having no provision before hand, and wanting both powder and shot, to kill deer and fowl, many were 3/5(3).


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