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Finding the Family
The Coleman-Webb-Looney-Phillips Family History Including Associated Kin 2015

By Celia Webb

Finding the Family is a journey through time and place; tracing the history of an ordinary and extraordinary family. American history becomes personal as ancestors are found and their lives and the events that shaped them are uncovered. The start seemed simple: who were Mack’s grandparents? What the search revealed was fascinating.

DNA analysis held a surprise. Records found on the internet, in courthouses, books, libraries, military and national archives, family collections and photograph albums gave details not remembered by living relatives. The search turned into a wild, exciting ride with unpredicted answers.

The document trail starts in several Mississippi counties including Sunflower, Leflore, Carroll, Tallahatchie, and Copiah and Pike County in Alabama. Memphis and Hawkins County in Tennessee, and Houston County in Georgia, what was then Augusta County and is now Botetourt County in Virginia all figured in the family history. There is even a line of family which stretches back to the Isle of Mann. With the Great Migration, the trails diverge to Cleveland, Detroit, Kansas City, and California. Now members of the family can be found in just about every state of the Union.

Major Family Lines include: Barnes, Booker, Coleman, Everett, Gilbert, Hunter, Harper, Looney, Mack, Kaigler/Kegler, Sanders, Webb, and Wilson.

Examining slave holding families is also important to understanding the family history and therefore these families have been included: Everett, Greene, Looney, Kaigler, and Sanders.

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ISBN: 978-1-944390-00-6


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Small Gym Big Workouts is now available. Our latest book is now available online and, as a special order, through brick-and-mortar bookstores. Small Gym Big Workouts guides you through the layout and set up of your home gym. Imagine monster workouts, muscle toning, and weight loss, all in an area of less than 165 square feet. Small Gym Big Workouts eliminates the guesswork of choosing quality gym equipment. The book provides photos, prices, and specifications of equipment that will fit comfortably in your home gym. Order yours today and make working-out easy because your gym is right in your home.

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Feed Your Family of Four for $4 A Day

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Feed Your Family of Four for $4 a Day
Keep your family fed during lean times. Serve up to 3 wholesome meals and 2 snacks per person (a total of 12 meals and 8 snacks) for $4 a day. Learn how! Includes valuable resources and much more.

Here's what readers have to say:

"This is a gem of a book..."

Larry Stillwell

"As director of Fauquier Community Food Bank, ... I hope more donors will help us provide these books to all of our clients."

Roland Serrano, Director, The Fauquier Community Food Bank

"...I highly recommend this book to all of those who need to stretch their food budgets as well as to professionals and volunteers who work with individuals who find themselves in these circumstances..."

Edward V. Jones, co-author of "These are Our People...Life Stories of 24 People Served at The Fauquier Community Food Bank

"...it is possible to "tighten your belt" for a little while and stay healthy..."

Patricia Norton

"I like this book for its boots-on-the-ground practicality..."

Many thanks from, “I can do this”, in upstate NY

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Does your non-profit organization serve people struggling with food insecurity? Contact us today at mainoffice@pilinutpress.com to order Feed Your Family of Four for $4 a Day at a discounted price for distribution to your clients.


What is a Pilinut?

The pilinut is the edible seed of the Canarium ovatum tree which is native to Southeast Asia. Tasting like sweet almonds, it is eaten for its health benefits including prevention of anemia and for nourishment of the brain and nervous system.


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