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|Genung, Ganong, Ganung Genealogy: A History the Descendants of Jean Guenon, of Flushing, Long Island (Classic Reprint)
by Mary Josephine Genung Nichols
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Excerpt from Genung, Ganong, Ganung Genealogy: A History the Descendants of Jean Guenon, of Flushing, Long Island
The most helpful contributor to this genealogy has been the Hon. Silas W. Gardiner (no. 626) who has shown a lively in ferest in the family history and a hearty sympathy with the work of collecting the records. Mr. Gardiner has given much assist ance, both financially and in the search for descendants of Cornelius Genung (no. Very valuable assistance has also been rendered by George H. Spencer (no. Miss Adriana B. Genung (no. Miss Laura B. Genung (no. Mrs. George H. Anderson (n o. Mrs. Anderson Travis (no. Mrs. Jane Edmonds (no. Miss Abbie Williams (no. Edward H. Lum (no. Robert S. Ganoung(no. Edward W. Addison (no. Charles Davis (husband of No. And many other members of the family. Outside of the family, important material has been obtained from the New Jersey Historical Society at Newark, and from many genealogists, including Judge A. W. Savary of Annapolis, Nova Scotia; W. Beach Plume of Orange, N. J.; Dr. A. B. Lyon of Detroit. Mich; Robert B. Miller of Brooklyn, N Y.; J. P. Crayon of Rockaway, N. J.; and Dr. Cleveland Abbe of W'ashington, D.C.
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