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This site was created to help our family members research their genealogy. Although the title is the "The Newmans of Virginia" this site includes the Taylors, the Bentons, the Washburns, the Lewis's, the Prudens / Johnsons (thanks to Charlie Johnson), the Monells (thanks to Harry Monell) and others. Much of the original Newman research was done by NG Newman Sr. and Howard Newman.

This collective and cooperative repository of family data, as presented herein, is by no means complete and most certainly contains some errors. We hope you can offer corrections or wish to contribute additional information, pictures, or documentation. Please use the built-in email function to advise us so (see footer below) or if a relative, you may register. Any and all of your comments are encouraged and are always welcome.

NOTE: Registration to view deceased ancestors on this site is not necessary. You need only register if you wish to contribute information and materials. Please review the FAQ, linked here, at right or above in the help menu for more information on registration benefits and site policies.

John Taylor

Data on living individuals is protected by strict privacy rules and all information contained within this site is protected by U.S. and international copyright laws and may not be used for any commercial purposes whatsoever. We thank the many other researchers who have allowed the incorporation of their work within the data presented herein and we acknowledge their individual and collective copyrights and ownership of these efforts. Please see our FAQ page for more information.

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NG Newman's Journal in Hardcover
24 January 2008 - 2:41:46pm

Dr. Newman's Journal ‎(a major reference on this site)‎ is now available in printed form. See http://www.lulu.com/content/1727577
John
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