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Part of the Bargain A Wife for a Westmoreland

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NO PLACE LIKE HOME After a searing tragedy, Libby Kincaid just wants to go home. But the Circle Bar B ranch isn’t the haven she expects it to be. Malicious rumors about Libby are circulating through the ranch, and worse, her lifelong opponent, rancher Jess Barlowe, believes them. The cowboy is as sexy and rugged as ever…but now he’s promised to keep a very close eye on her… The more time Jess spends with Libby, the harder it is to resist her. He can’t get her out of his mind, but his doubts linger. Are the rumors true? Is he the man she really wants? And in the end, can a proud cowboy like Jess love a woman he can’t completely trust? FREE BONUS STORY INCLUDED IN THIS VOLUME! A Wife for a Westmoreland by New York Times bestselling author Brenda Jackson Derringer Westmoreland is haunted by memories of a woman whose face he cannot recall. When he finally traces his mystery woman, Lucia Conyers, she’s less than impressed with his charms. For the first time in his life, if he wants to win a woman’s heart, he’ll have to risk his own.

Magazine of Western History

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Benjamin Lightbourne Lightburn of Westmoreland County Pennsylvania and His Descendants

Author : Robert C Lightburn
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I first became interested in genealogy when I was about twelve. It was then that my paternal grandmother first introduced me to a book entitled Genealogy of the Fell Family in America Descended from Joseph Fell. This book, which was published in 1891, included my grandfather, Charles McConnell Lightburn. I was struck by the time span covered by the book—nearly three hundred years—and was fascinated by the fact that all of the people in that book were related to one another and to me either by blood or marriage! My grandmother later gave me that book, and it became the first book in my genealogical library. My grandfather and my great-aunt Mary told me that their father had fought for the North during the Civil War by the side of his older brother, who was a brigadier general. This fascinated me. They also told me that there was a town in West Virginia called Lightburn. I couldn’t wait to find it on a map! My own genealogical research did not begin until the late 1970s when I requested the Civil War records of my great grandfather, Calvin Luther Lightburn, and his brothers from the National Archives. During the 1980s, I continued my research, albeit at a very low level of activity. It was not until the early 1990s when I moved to the Washington, DC, area that I became intensively involved in—some might even say addicted to—genealogy. The resources in the Washington, DC, area are extensive, and I ended up spending many happy (and sometimes frustrating) hours conducting research in the National Archives, Library of Congress, and the library of the Daughters of the American Revolution. By 1999, I had amassed a great deal of genealogical information, most of which was stuffed in cardboard boxes. I was encouraged to put what I had on paper by Faye M. (Brown) Lightburn, who had published her book, Revolutionary Soldier Samuel Brown and Some of his Family in 1993. So after attending several related sessions at the National Genealogical Society Conference in the States, which was held that year in Providence, Rhode Island, I finally screwed up my courage and plunged in. I published the original book in 2003. This book is the second and probably last edition.

The National Magazine

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The Bargain Bride

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Praised by Publishers Weekly for writing “Regency romance at its finest and funniest,” RITA Award-winning author Barbara Metzger presents an engaging novel of love, marriage, and seduction… It was a match made not in heaven, but in pound notes—an arranged engagement between a girl of thirteen and a lord’s prodigal son. Since then, thirteen years have passed, and as her betrothed has been sowing his wild oats, Penny has grown up, grown impatient, and grown resentful. In fact, she’s vowed never to marry the man who blighted her life and destroyed her dreams. Viscount Westfield is prepared—happily—to return the money that Penny’s father paid to secure the betrothal. It would appear that everyone is in agreement. But one look at Penny and Westfield knows he can never, ever let her go…

History of the County of Westmoreland Pennsylvania

Author : George Dallas Albert
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Early German Hawk Families of Westmoreland County PA

Author : Kenneth Hawk Slaker
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The original Hawk (Haag) settler in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, was Conrad Haag (d. ca. 1830). Before migrating to western Pennsyl- vania, he was a resident of Lehigh Township, Northampton Co., in the 1750's. Conrad Haag was born in Germany, and while still a child, came to America with his father, Hans Jerg Hag, in 1748. Family lived first in Philadelphia and later in Bucks County. Conrad married (1) Sarah Williams, daughter of Thomas and Naeima Willems originally of Germany, in 1759 probably in Lehigh Township. (Catherina) Sarah Williams Haag died in 1788. The following year Conrad married (2) Elizabetha Volck Walter (b. ca. 1739). The descendants of Conrad Haag and his first wife Sarah are presented in this book.

The History and Topography of the Counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland

Author : William Whellan
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This volume from 1860 contains a thorough history and overview of the former counties of Cumberland and Westmorland, €which now make up the county of Cumbria and comprise the majority of the Lake District.

New Haven Genealogical Magazine

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NLRB Advice Memorandum Reporter

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Gardner McAnallen Ralston and Fehrenbach Family History

Author : Beatrice Fehrenbach Mansfield
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Hearing friends talk about their ancestors and genealogical research prompted the author to wonder about her ancestors and started her on a journey that may never end. With the help of distant cousins contacted on the Internet, it was soon apparent that James Gardner of Butler County, Pennsylvania, was her great-great-great-grandfather. But there the trail grew cold. Where was he born and who were his parents? Was he part of the William and Sarah Gardner family that moved from Maryland to the wild frontier of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, either before or during the Revolutionary War? Most of the descendants of James and Martha "Molly" McAnallen Gardner married, had children and brought many other surnames to the Gardner family tree. Among those surnames are Ackerman, Brinkley, Cameron, Cann, Carson, Dover, Duffy, Fehrenbach, Grossman, Harriger, Hoge, Johnson, Mansfield, Marmie, McAnallen, Mershimer, Ott, Rohrer, Shoaf, Teal, Welsh and Wimer. With the help of more research and information from yet unknown cousins, this family tree will continue to grow and spread its branches. Perhaps we will even learn about the ancestors of James Gardner.

The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography

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Peter Smith of Westmoreland County Virginia died 1741 and Some Descendants

Author : Richard Bender Abell
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Descendants of Peter Smith (d. 1741), who was born in Westmoreland Co., Va. and also died there. He and his wife (possibly Margaret), had ten children. Most descendants in this book are through three of their sons: William Smith (ca. 1720-1751), who married Lettis Hancock; James Smith (d. ca. 1751), who married Elizabeth; and Thomas Smith (ca. 1708-1778), who married Elizabeth Fleming. Descendants live in Virginia, Illinois, Missouri, South Carolina, Kentucky, Alabama and elsewhere in the United States.

Godey s Magazine

Author : Louis Antoine Godey
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First 120th report of the deputy keeper of the public records

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Westmoreland Law Journal

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Transactions of the Cumberland Westmoreland Antiquarian Archeological Society

Author : Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archæological Society
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List of members included in each volume except v. 1.

Annual Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records

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Area Keys Genealogical Magazine

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Distribution List of Advice and Appeals Memoranda

Author : United States. National Labor Relations Board. Regional Office
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