Connected Bloodlines: Genealogical and social history for over 20,000 individuals; 3,800 unique surnames; and 6,800 families. Some families are covered comprehensively, for example Reuben Lowell of Maine (1739-1824) and his descendants, which include John Fairfield Lowell's descendants in South Dakota. Among other family names: Furbush/Furbish, Peterson (in Maine), Trask, Leubecher, Miller (in South Dakota and Iowa), and Volsch/Voelsch. Also included are Norwegian ancestors from far above the Arctic Circle in the VesterĂ¥len Islands in Nordland County, and from Norwegian places like Stord and Bergen in Hordaland County, and Hol in Buskerud County; and Jewish ancestors from Poland and Russia, with names like Balowitz, Block, Fishman, Hershkowitz, Krimsky, and Shapiro. Connected Bloodlines also includes artifacts, documents, and memorabilia under Histories and Documents. Histories includes Awards; Correspondence; Diaries; Education; Heirlooms; Immigration; Newspaper Articles; Religion; and Stories. Documents includes Birth; Census; Death; Land Records; Marriage; Military; and Wills. — Gerald R. Lowell

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