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History of the Shine Family in Europe and America (Classic Reprint)
by:John W. Shine
In attempting to write the history of a family one meets with many difficulties. The most reliable information to be obtained for a work of this kind is, of course, the records. But it is an endless undertaking to search for records, hidden by years of time, and scattered far and wide. And as such a history begins at a time when few records were kept, and...
In attempting to write the history of a family one meets with many difficulties. The most reliable information to be obtained for a work of this kind is, of course, the records. But it is an endless undertaking to search for records, hidden by years of time, and scattered far and wide. And as such a history begins at a time when few records were kept, and but few of them preserved, the difficulty in procuring satisfactory data is quite apparent. After tracing back only a few generations it becomes very uncertain, and unsatisfactory. In obtaining data from those who know, or should know, something of their immediate family history, you are also met with difficulties. Very few take interest enough in their family history to take the time to furnish information to make a satisfactory and complete history of the family. At first my object was simply to track back my own immediate family to its origin, but in doing so I gathered much information of other families of the name, and concluded to put it all in book form, that it may aid others in writing a more accurate and complete history of the family Shine, or in locating relatives. I desire to acknowledge my indebtedness to: Rev. P. Wolfe, of Kilmallock, I reland; Rev. P. Ring, of Ballyclough, I re.; Junius Augustus Shine, of Faison, N. C.; David Shepard Shine, of Jacksonville, Fla.; Walter R. Bozeman, of A tlanta, Ga.; Francis Eppes Shine, M. D., of Bisbee, A rizona; Patrick C. Shine, of Spokane, Wash.; Daniel Shine Jones, of New Bern, N. C.; Eugene Shine, of Downeyville, Ont.; George Shine, of Lindsay, Ont.; Miss Julia Shine, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. A lice Banks, of I ndianapolis. I nd., for their valuable assistance in furnishing data and material for this work. I am also very thankful to many others who kindly answered my letters. John W. Shine. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., May 1st, 1917.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the
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