Other books by Shirley Mallard no longer in print

By , October 15, 2009

Other books by Shirley Mallard but no longer in print:

Keeping Up With The Joneses.  A book about the Rafe Jones family of Granville County, NC . 244 pp 70 photos, wills, deeds and obituaries.
Our Parthenia. The story of Parthenia Frances Duty of Granville County, NC, 1821-1882. Family names include Crabtree, Duty, Earl, Harris, Mangum and Umstead. 293 pp., 41 photos, wills, deeds, and obituaries.
Community Memorial Gardens. A history of the cemetery in Granville County, NC where those bodies removed from the Camp Butner Reservation were re-interred in 1942. 94 pp., indexed.
Marcus Harris Mangum,  His Ancestors and His Descendants.   The story of my grandfather who was born in 1878 in Orange County, NC. 95pp.
Appointments of Postmasters.  An alphabetical listing of the post offices and their post masters, with dates of appointments.

North Carolina Postmasters, 1789-1818

Appointments of Postmasters, 1825-1929, Orange County, NC

Appointments of Postmasters, 1825-1929, Granville County, NC

A Short History of Mount Bethel United Methodist Church, 1740-1989.  The story of the church which is the heart of Bahama, NC. 46 pp.

Feel free to contact the author at the following address:

Shirley Jones Mallard
2600 Croasdaile Farm Pkwy #A179
Durham, North Carolina 27705-1331

Other books by Shirley Mallard

One Response to “Other books by Shirley Mallard no longer in print”

  1. Charlie Weaver says:

    Wish to buy a copy of Shirley Jones Mallard’s book, DEATH AND MARRIAGE
    NOTICES FROM HILLSBOROUGH RECORDER. I tried to call her, but phone
    I have xeroxes of about 90 selected pages, and can get page copies from a
    fellow Orange Co researcher, but would like the original book with index.
    I have been posting on NCORANGE mail list, the PO Held Letter lists from
    the RECORDER. I would like to have the DEATH/MARRIAGE book to be
    able to provide coordinated information to subscribers.
    Charlie Weaver, Winston-Salem (born Watts Hosp. 9 Apr 1935)


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