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JOB, JOBE, JOBS, JOBES
Links to Great Information
RESOURCES AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET
Old Books, Manuscripts, Narratives, etc
- History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania - Online Book by Henry Graham Ashmead (1884)
----Many references to Andrew Job, Jr., his neighbors, friends!
- Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia - 3 volumes by Lyman Chalkley (1912)
----Extracted from Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800
- "Biography of The Jobe's"
"Jacob W. Job - Branch of the Job Family"
----Narratives by Haines Job and by Wm. T. Jobe, of Pennsylvania (1920)
--------Transcribed by Eleanor Orthun - Great-granddaughter of Wm. T. Jobe
- A Genealogy of the Kirk Family - by Chas. H. Stubbs, M.D. (1872)
----Many descendants of Thomas Vernon Job married into Kirk family
--------Don't forget preface and introduction links at bottom of page!
- History of Early Maryland - by Rev. Theodore C. Gambrall, A. M., D.D.(1893)
- The DeFoe Family in America - by Mary E. Ireland, pp. 61-65
----Scribners monthly, an illustrated magazine for the people. / Volume 12, Issue 1 (May 1876)
- Bi-Centennial of The Brick Meeting House (1701-1901)- Calvert, Cecil Co., Maryland
----Wickersham Publishing Company, 1902, Lancaster, PA
------Thanks to Randy Jobe for sharing this with us
Newslists, Resource Centers, Message Boards!
- JOB ROOTSWEB NEWSLIST - Free!! Problem Subscribing? - E-mail me, Ann (Jobe) Brown
In the beginning, the JOB spelling was used almost exclusively - even by descendants of Andrew Job Jr. During the early to mid 1800's, BOTH SPELLINGS would be used interchangeably. Today, however, 'most' of Andrew Job Jr's descendants use the 'JOBE' spelling.
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- SURNAME RESOURCES AT ROOTSWEB ( JOB or JOBE) - Search ALL Rootsweb Sites
- MESSAGE BOARDS
Social Security Death Index
My favorite 'broad locality' lists with their own web sites
Genealogy Forms and Research Aids
Maps - Study Migration Patterns and Changing Boundaries
27 Mar 2008
LOTS MORE TO SEE - click on links below!
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Ann (JOBE) Brown
P.O. Box 475, 15 Orford
Copper Cliff, Ontario, Canada