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  Hanks Books

Unless otherwise stated, the following books are held by
Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
 

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Hanks
and other
Ancestors of Mine

 
Author: Edgar Freeman Hanks
Riverside Press, Inc.,
Essex, Conn. 1967

Call No.
929.273
H194h
 

           
    Title page                                       Bibliography

An excellent book that is well documented.
Small thin book professionally published, approximately 92 pages.
Includes acknowledgements; bibliography has reference to D. J. Hanks.
Articles on: Early ancestor Benjamin Hanks, England; Benj. Hanks 1702;
John Tonlinson Hanks, Dentist 1870-1936; Horatio Hanks; Uriah Hanks.
Excellent photographs include: Dr. Edmund F. Hanks 1844-1916;
Sylvia A. Hanks 1825. Sketch of Col. Benjamin Hanks 1755-1824.
 
 Images by permission Rod Hanks April 2003.
 
The Hanks Family Legacy
1643-1889

 
Author: Adin Baber
Privately Published,
Kansas, Illinois, 1962

Call No.
929.273
H194C

          
    Cover Page                                    Table of Contents

Hand typed, includes bibliography. Approximately 400 pages.
Aritcles on John Hanks 1643 Virginia Emmigrant, Thomas Hanks 1660, Peter Hanks 1710
Photographs of Fielding Hanks 1783 - 1861, William and Mary O'Hare Hanks
 

  The Hanks Family
of
North Carolina and Virginia

 
Author: David Andrew Sturgill
D. A. Sturgill
Piney Creek, N. C.
1989

Call No.
929.273
H194s
 

 

Hand typed, includes index, names and dates. Approximately 62 pages.
Pedigree chart for Richard Hanks (1723-1788) and Mary Hanks, Rowan Co., NC
Articles on: Abraham Hanks, Sarah Hanks, Fielding Hanks
Includes pictures reproduced on a copier, but their quality is poor.
 
 
 

  The Hanks Family
of
Virginia and Westward

 
Author: Adin Baber
1965

Call No.
929.273
H194h
 

  
Hand typed, approximately 400 pages
Includes index and an extensive list of descendents
No photographs
 
 
 
 

The
Ebenezer Hanks Story

 
Author: Kerry William Bate
Provo, Utah; 1982

Call No.
921.73
h194b
 

           
    Cover                                             Cover Page

Professionally published
Well documented with an index.
Excellent photographs of people, graves and artifacts.
Articles on Ebenezer Hanks and others.
 
 
The
New England Branch
of the
Hanks Family Papers

 
Compiled by: Mrs. Caroline Hanks Hitchcock
 

Call No.
929.273
H194hc

          
    Cover Page                                    Page 3

Hand typed, approximately 360 pages.
No index or bibliography, includes many names.
Article on Benjamin Hanks, First Emmigrant.
Note: The original papers are loaned to Dr. Louis A Warren,
Director Lincoln National Life Foundation, Fort Wayne, Indiana
 
Genealogy
of the
Hanks and Allied Families

 
Author: Gladys Hanks Johnson
Houston, Texas; 1965

Call No.
929.273
H194jo
 

           
    Cover Page                                    Page 163

Hand typed, approximately 150 pages
Includes an extensive index and an extensive list of names and dates.
Information is from personal knowledge of own family.
Article on George Hanks, Hardeman Co. Tenn.
 
 
The Tempered Wind
The Life Story of Thisbe R. Hanks

 
Author: Sidney A. Hanks
Salt Lake City, Utah 1956

LDS Church Library closed stacks
Call No.
270.07
H241h
 

            [ The Tempered Wind ]
     Cover                                     Title Page

Thin book professionally published.
Includes many excellent photographs and personal accounts.
Information is from personal knowledge of family members.

 
Summer Spring
Historical Perspective
of
Salem, Utah

 
Author: Ted L. Hanks
Salem, Utah: Earth Media Publications 1990

 Salt Lake City Public Library
Call No.
979.224
H241 su
 

           
    Cover Page                                    Title Page

Excellent book, over 370 pages, professionally published.
Indepth research about the families and histories of Salem, Utah.
Includes: bibliography, index, appendix and an extensive list of names and dates.
Over 200 photographs and sketches.

 
 
Up From the Hills
His Story

 
Author: N. C. Hanks
Heber City, Utah; 1921

 
Hammond Press,
W. B. Conkey Company
Chicago


           
        Cover                                    Title Page
Small thin book, thirty two pages.
Autobiographical account of his mine accident,
including brief information about his ancestors.
Inspiring to read.

 
 
       
 

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