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Click Here for My Merry Christmas Card from me to you
My Antique Christmas Card Image Collection Not Online Currently 01-01-02
but this photo is online just click it and look at the larger version
its the most beautiful old Christmas card I think I have ever found
Jan 01, 2002
Reprint of 1940 Hibbs Genealogy Book
Descendants of William V Hibbs and Sarah (Hollett) Hibbs
LD Pierce Editor
presented in JPG image format
Original book written by Hibbs Reunion Association Sylpha Snook Historian
O.K. Hibbs President; Forest Hibbs Vice President;
Mary Louise Hibbs Beck Secretary and Treasurer.
1122 Sixth Ave.
Des Moines IA 50314-2609
her husband is continue her Gallery and
Still has the books for sale
Let me know if anyone knows for sure!!
carefully the Hibbs Historical Ancestry located the fourth image
The above historical sketch makes no note of William V.'s
brother---John Samuel Hibbs. ( he married Amelia Von Buskirk)
They were brothers (we assume via my Grandmother's Genealogy Work- and hope to prove soon),
and I have large genealogy work on John Samuel's descendents. My grandmother Julia
Hibbs McManus states that about the same time in 1853 that William V.
left to Iowa, John Samuel left (possibly traveling with his brothers)
and stayed and settled in Ohio. Another Brother settled in Illinois
Here is the book in image format. I have had a problem getting the program to put the pages in order numerically.
So right now THEY ARE FINALLY IN ORDER-(I HAD to do this manually). But When you click on an
image and are on that images pages it links between image html pages are not in numerical order.
It will take a while to correct those errors LDP Editor.
Click on the thumbnail
image to see the larger images right click and use "open in new
and the larger image will appear in its own page. If you are done looking at that image simply close that
particular window. The image page will remain so that you can go to another image if you want without
having to use the "back" button. then open that next image in a new window.