[APG Public List] Reliquary's 33rd issue has been posted.

Wilson, Donald L dlwilson at pwcgov.org
Tue Jan 18 13:17:14 MST 2011


Reliquary's thirty-third issue has been posted.

You are invited to view and download the latest edition of Prince
William Reliquary, a quarterly genealogical and historical magazine for
Prince William County, Virginia.  To view it requires version 7.0 of
Adobe Acrobat, available as a free download. 

 

http://www.pwcgov.org/library/relic/reliquary.htm
<http://www.pwcgov.org/library/relic/reliquary.htm> 

Contents of the January 2010 [sic] issue  include:

*        Effects of the 1904 Army Maneuvers on the Greater Manassas
Community, by Tish Como.   Federal forces find little changed when they
return to Bull Run forty years after the Civil War.

*        Dumfries District Court Land Causes, 1793-1811 (con.), by
William Balderson.   Completes the suit of EWELL vs. GRAHAM.  Begins
Thomas CHAPMAN vs. heirs of Thomas CHAPMAN (Sr., died 1785).  Includes
surnames BOSWELL, CARR, FOXWORTHY, LITHGOW, LUTTRELL, SAUNDERS, SIMPLE.

*        Teddy Roosevelt Gallops Across Prince William.   A note about
Roosevelt's 1909 cavalry exploits.

*        The Will of James Freeman of Prince William County, 1751.
Another missing will is found in a chancery suit.

You may use Control+F to search the text for keywords of interest to
you.  Backfiles can be searched on Google using keyword(s) plus
'Reliquary.'  Name indexes to volumes 1 through 7 are now posted online,
as well as a topical guide to the first 32 issues.  

 

We invite your comments and submissions.

Donald L. Wilson, Virginiana Librarian

Ruth E. Lloyd Information Center (RELIC)

for Genealogy and Local History

Bull Run Regional Library

8051 Ashton Avenue

Manassas, Virginia 20109

(703) 792-4540

www.pwcgov.org/library/
<http://mydesktop/adminapps/enotifications/www.pwcgov.org/library/>
relic

 

 

 

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