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Families of Ancient New Haven — Completely Re-indexed  

This eight-volume, 2,100-page database has been completely re-indexed, increasing the number of name entries from 65,000 to 92,000. The original index was based on a work which only indexed the names of individuals who did not have the same surnames as the featured families. The new all-name index provides many more search results.Families of Ancient New Haven is an eight-volume work created by Donald Lines Jacobus between 1923 and 1932. These volumes were originally published as New Haven Genealogical Magazine, which was the predecessor of The American Genealogist.

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Armenian Immigrant Marriages in Massachusetts - 1880-1915

This database of marriages of Armenian immigrants to Massachusetts was created by William Andreas Brown as a means for furthering Armenian heritage research in Massachusetts.  The database contains marriage information for 3,565 individuals married in Massachusetts with surnames ending in "ian" or "yan".  The information is searchable by the individual's first and last name and by the father's first name, the mother's first and last name, and the spouses first and last name.  All data was compiled from Massachusetts vital records data contained on AmericanAncestors.org and FamilySearch.org.  Information in the "Notes" section was gathered from personal experience, Ancestry.com and other genealogy websites.

Search Armenian Immigrant Marriages in Massachusetts - 1880-1915

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