Delaware Bible Records, Volume 2 - Donald O. Virdin. This book is the second volume in a series compiled from records originally collected by members of the Delaware chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Most of the family records deal with the late 1700s through the early 1900s, though many extend beyond this point. Some records simply list the date of the event and the names of the principal people involved; others are more detailed and include where it occurred, who officiated at the event, and, in the case of death, the cause. Many entries include a description of the original records, such as the owner of the original Bible, where it was printed, the name of the publisher, and by whom the records were copied. The records are listed alphabetically by the principal family name; in addition to marriage, birth and death information, newspaper clippings, handwritten notes attached to or written on the pages, and personal letters found in the Bibles are also transcribed. A full-name index helps the researcher locate buried names in the records.
(1992), 2012, 5½x8½, paper, index, 172 pp.