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Pamphlets by Francis Wayland Shepardson

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Francis Wayland Shepardson was a history professor with an interest in family genealogy. He wrote several pamphlets on The Shepardson Family. The leaflets are available for free on the Barnes and Noble NOOK

Pamphlets by Francis Wayland Shepardson

  • by Francis Wayland Shepardson
  • Published: Chicago, 1906-1912.
  • Citation Example:
<span id='RMR'></span>''[[Space:Pamphlets by Francis Wayland Shepardson|Pamphlets by Francis Wayland Shepardson]]'' (Chicago, 1906-1912)
  • Footnote Example:
<ref>[[#FWS|Shepardson Pamphlets]]: Page 21</ref>

List of pamphlets, some with links

  • Shepardson - A Family Story, 1906?
  • A Record of the Line of Daniel Shepardon, Granville, Ohio
  • The Shepardson Family, Beginning With The Sixth Generation in America
  • The Shepardson family, A Record of the Line of Samuel Shepardson, Guilford, Vermont
  • The Shepardson Family, A Record of the Line of Zephaniah Shepardson, Guilford, Vermont, by John Eaton Shepardson, Sept. 1, 1907
  • The Shepardson Family. Branches of the Family in the United States When the First Census Was Taken in 1790, Aug. 15 1912
  • The Shepardson Family, Some Miscellaneous Records of Several Generations, Nov. 15, 1912
  • The Shepardson Family, A Record of the Early Generations in America, Leaflets 1-6, 1907-1912


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Sue, Thank you for making this page. I added a few more links. I am not sure how they should be numbered, but each has their own title and date.
posted by Rick Pierpont

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