2 edition of Hadley genealogy found in the catalog.
Title page, evidently supplied by binder, indicates that John T. Hadley is the author, but prefatory material indicates that Edmund Robinson compiled the material and sent Hadley a copy.
|Contributions||Hadley, John T.|
|LC Classifications||CS71 .H125 1930|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 volumes ;|
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With an Appendix Containing Brief Accounts of Reviews: 1. Hadley Genealogical Society of Southern California Publisher - 4 works / 0 ebooks Ancestry of Simon Hadley, the immigrant, and some of his descendants Curtis E.
Healton. Alex Haley was born in Ithaca, New York, on Augand was the oldest of three brothers (the other two being George and Julius) and a half-sister (from his Alma mater: Alcorn State University, Elizabeth City State.
Doby Flowers said the genealogy research began with the four Hadley offspring sired by the white plantation owners and has identified more than people in the first generations after slavery. Hadley was a member of the National Security Council staff under President Gerald Ford from to.