Anne Lyon Messenger

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LC Control Number:     36014659

Type of Material:   Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.)

Personal Name:      Harrington, Estelle Messenger, 1878-

Main Title:         A history of the Messenger family; genealogy of the ancestry and descendants of John Messenger and his wife, Anne Lyon Messenger, and allied families of Col. Matthew Lyon and Capt. James Piggott.

Published/Created:  St. Louis, Mound City Press, 1934-48.

Description:        2 v. ports., coat of arms. 20 cm.

Notes:              Bibliography: v. 1, p. 9-10.

Subjects:           Messinger family (John Messenger, 1771-1846)
Lyon family (Matthew Lyon, 1750-1822)
Pigot family (Piggott, James, d. 1799)

LC Classification:  CS71.M584  1934

Other System No.:   (OCoLC)13174261

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CALL NUMBER:        CS71.M584  1934
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