Sharon Burt and Paula Solar's new book, “Daniel and Hugh Paul: Scottish Brothers in Colonial Virginia And their Children in 19th Century America Including Historical Documents and Other Paul Families,” is now available. The fully-sourced book is 345 pages, 8.5"x11", 60# acid-free archival paper, hard case binding in hunter green. It is published by No Waste Publishing, a subsidiary of Creative Imaging Inc. Included as a bonus with the book are two CDs containing PDF images of over 600 historical documents, tax records, maps, and photographs collected by the authors during their research of this book.
The book covers Daniel and Hugh Paul of Prince William and Greenbrier counties of Virginia, and their children's families of Greenbrier/Monroe, Kanawha, Cabell, and Putnam counties of Virginia/West Virginia; Fayette County, Ohio; and Henry County, Indiana.
An entire chapter is devoted to Sarah Paul and her husband John Siers with documents from Prince William, Fauquier, and Greenbrier/Monroe counties. Another chapter is devoted to Francis Paul and her husband John Ellison with documents from Greenbrier/Monroe County.
The contents of the book are as follows:
Hymn in Honor of Our Ancestors
Part One: The Brothers Paul
Miscellaneous Notes for the Reader
Chapter One From Scotland to Virginia
Chapter Two Daniel Paul, Patriarch - circa 1725-1790
Chapter Three Hugh Paul, French and Indian War Soldier - circa 1730-?
Part Two: Descendants of Daniel Paul
Chapter Four Sarah Paul - circa 1749-1820
Chapter Five Hugh Paul - circa 1751-1834
Chapter Six John Paul - circa 1762-1830s
Chapter Seven Isaac Paul - 1763-1840
Chapter Eight Elizabeth Paul, Daughter of Isaac - 1808-1893
Chapter Nine Mary Paul - circa 1765- ?
Chapter Ten Francis Paul - circa 1767- 1819
Chapter Eleven Elizabeth Paul - circa 1769 -?
Chapter Twelve George Paul - circa 1770-1853
Chapter Thirteen Daniel Paul Jr. - circa 1772-1850s
Chapter Fourteen Jesse Paul - circa 1773-1851
Part Three: Descendants of Hugh Paul
Chapter Fifteen Nimrod Paul - circa 1789-1880
Chapter Sixteen Sardine Paul - 1827-1907
Part Four: Miscellanea
Chapter Seventeen Other Pauls
Research Experiences and Notes
About the Accompanying Exhibits CDs
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