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The E-Sylum:  Volume 3, Number 39, September 24, 2000, Article 8

GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH 

   Paul Schultz writes: "If anyone would like more information 
   on Andrew Elliot, they might want to check on the following 
   if they have not seen it already: "The Colonial Clergy and 
   Colonial Churches of New England" by Frederick Lewis Weis. 
   I do not have access to a copy to see if he is listed, but it is a 
   well known reference in the genealogy field and might contain 
   useful information. 

   As a general rule, anyone trying to find information on early 
   coin collectors and dealers should become familiar with the 
   techniques and tools for genealogy research.  Finding personal 
   details on obscure individuals who lived 100 to 350 years ago 
   can be challenging, but the same approaches are necessary 
   regardless of whether the person was a coin collector or an 
   ancestor (or perhaps both!).  In reading about early collectors 
   and dealers, I have frequently noticed that genealogical 
   techniques and resources would either be useful, or have 
   already been used." 

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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