Museums and art stores are also sources of pleasure and inspiration. - Helen Keller FAMILY REFERENCES
Publication Author Notes Availability
 Bob tells his experiences as a WWII "Flying Sergeant".
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Lola Nicholson Bailey  1979
 Compilation of genealogical studies and family stories
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A Study of the Lay Genealogy
Bob Lay  1980
 Through interviews with relations across the country, Bob Lay draws a portrait of the Lays from the 18th century until 1980.
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Descendants of Robert Lay
Saybrook, Conn.
Edwin Allston Hill  1908
Lay Family Genealogy J. Gilbert Lay  1974
 Below is a link for a PDF copy of the pages in this book that reference the Arkansas
 Lay family including Jesse Duncan Lay.
 To copy the file to your computer RIGHT CLICK and SAVE TARGET AS
  Lay Family Genealogy by J. Gilbert Lay (Arkansas Pages)
Cleveland Co, OK Genealogical Society
LAY Family History A. M. (Arlie Monroe) Lay  1985
 Family history records / compiled by A.M. Lay
Scott County, TN Historical Society
(send S.A.S.E)
THE BAILEY LETTERS Kay Hollingsworth  1987
 In this compilation of the letters of James Miner and William Henry Bailey we are made privy to the family correspondence between 1894 and 1940.
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 THE MARTIN GENEALOGY - I  Thomas Arthur Hay  1911
 Descendants of Lieutenant Samuel Martin of Wethersfield, Conn., showing descent from royalty; also giving brief histories of, and descent ... of independence, revolutionary war records

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