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Livermore-Amador Genealogical Society

PUBLICATIONS


Note: Most of L-AGS books can be viewed online by clicking on the book titles listed below. Printed Paperback or eBook copies are available from LULU, http://www.lulu.com, a print-on-demand publisher, for almost all of the books. The prices for the books range between $7-$17, depending on the number of pages. Downloadable eBook versions all cost $1.19. A full listing of all of L-AGS books available from LULU can be viewed and ordered by clicking on this link.

ALUMNI OF THE LIVERMORE UNION HIGH SCHOOL - REVISION OF 2013 (5748 names)
The book contains an unbroken run of rosters from 1893-1969 of graduating seniors from the Livermore school, the first Union High School to be approved by state authorities in California. Some of the annual rosters were compiled by the school many years after the graduation and include short retrospective biographies of the students. Click on this link to view and order the Paperback version from LULU.

BURIAL RECORDS OF ROSELAWN CEMETERY, LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA
This 115-page book contains 2353 burial records, as distinct from gravestone inscriptions, in Roselawn Memorial Gardens in Livermore from 1920-1999. Indexed. Click on these links to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

CEMETERIES OF PLEASANTON AND DUBLIN, CALIFORNIA
Published in January 1990, this book contains 4668 entries from three cemeteries: St. Augustine's Catholic and Memorial Gardens in Pleasanton, and the Dublin pioneer cemetery, which dates from 1859. It also contains records of burials from Graham Mortuary, Pleasanton, 1904-1923. Indexed. Click on this link to view and order the Paperback version from LULU.

EARLY LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA, OBITUARY INFORMATION
Printed 2004. Information about 1715 persons for whom obituaries appeared in Livermore newspapers prior to 1906. 70 pages, self-indexed. Click on these links to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

EARLY RECORDS OF THE ASBURY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA
Transcription of all surviving pre-1930 baptism, marriage and funeral records for the Asbury United Methodist Church. 621 entries. 2007. 23 pages, indexed. Click on these links to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

EARLY RECORDS OF THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA
Transcription of all surviving pre-1910 baptism, marriage and death records for the first Protestant church in eastern Alameda County. 1119 entries. 2005. 23 pages, indexed. Click on these links to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

EARLY RECORDS OF THE GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA
Transcription of the records of the Grace Episcopal Church for 1900-1916. By Episcopal definition, the church was actually a "mission." Separate data sets for Communicants, Baptisms, Confirmations, Marriages, Burials and Families. 2010. 22 pages, indexed. Click on these links to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

EARLY RECORDS OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF PLEASANTON, CALIFORNIA
Transcription of the records of the Presbyterian Church of Pleasanton. Separate data sets for baptisms, marriages and deaths. It includes a list of pastors through the ages, church history and transcription of the church's 1876 founding documents. 2011. 40 pages, index of 1135 names. Click on these links to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

FAULKNER'S BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE DIRECTORY OF MURRAY TOWNSHIP, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CAL.
Photographic reprint of an 1887 book, indexed and reprinted in 2006. 144 pages, 1986-entry index. Click on these links to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

HERITAGE RECIPES, CONTRIBUTED BY MEMBERS OF THE LIVERMORE-AMADOR GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
A collection of 45 recipes "like Grandma used to make," submitted by 27 members of L-AGS. 2005. 20 pages. Click on these links to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

HISTORY OF RURAL ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA; Excerpts concerning Washington Township; Murray and Pleasanton Townships; and Eden township, photocopied from the 1937 WPA book by William E. McCann and Edgar J. Hinkel. Indexed and reprinted in 2008. 160 pages. Click on these links to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

INDEX TO THE SCHELLENS COLLECTION OF HISTORICAL MATERIALS FOR ALAMEDA COUNTY (2002)
L-AGS volunteers have compiled an index of 17,219 names appearing in the Richard N. Schellens collection of Alameda County printed sources, dating mainly from 1850 to 1920. Mr. Schellens spent many years extracting material of historical value from directories, maps, newspapers, books, magazines, land records and other sources. A copy of the 1912 pages of his extracts from which the index was made is housed in the Pleasanton Library. Click on these links to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

INDEX TO WOOD'S 1883 HISTORY OF ALAMEDA COUNTY
A L-AGS reprint (1999) of a rare typescript published by the WPA in 1936. The original history by Myron Winslow Wood contained an index limited to the names of prominent citizens of that time. The WPA, a federal project to employ out-of-work librarians and historians during the depression, subsidized this 9000-entry full name and subject index. [Note: This book is not available through Lulu. Send e-mail to publications.manager@L-AGS.org if you have interest in the book.

LIVERMORE CEMETERIES
This book contains over 5800 names of people buried in the four cemeteries of Livermore: Roselawn, St. Michael's Catholic, Memory Gardens, and Oak Knoll - a pioneer cemetery that has been abandoned. 1988. Indexed. Click on this link to view and order the Paperback version from LULU.

PRE-1905 DEATH INDEX FOR ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
Printed 2004. 3023 names of deceased persons extracted from records of cemeteries and mortuaries in Alameda County, excluding Oakland, City of Alameda and Murray Township. 84 pages, self-indexed. Click on this link to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

RECORD OF DEATHS IN ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, FROM 1889-1894
A transcription of data on 5217 deaths documented in Volume C, Alameda County Record of Deaths, 1889-1894. Sandy Clark, Project Leader. March 14, 2007. A companion book to Pre-1905 Death Index for Alameda County, California, containing cemetery data. 140 pages, self-indexed. Click on these links to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

RECORD OF DEATHS IN ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, FROM 1895-1901
A transcription of data on 6655 deaths documented in Volume D, Alameda County Record of Deaths, 1895-1901. Sandy Clark, Project Leader. July 20, 2010. A companion book to Record of Deaths in Alameda County, 1889-1894. Click on these links to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

RECORDS OF THE CALLAGHAN MORTUARY, LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA
Printed 2004. Information extracted from the mortuary records for 1522 persons who died during the periods 1895-1897 and 1917-1940. 71 pages, indexed. Click on these links to view and order the Paperback version or the eBook version from LULU.

ROBERT GRAHAM MORTUARY RECORDS(358 entries)
Records of the Robert Graham Mortuary of Livermore, California, from 1878 to 1887 with a brief set of additional records from 1893. The records were transcribed sometime after 1893, probably by Elmer Still, former editor of the Livermore Echo. The late Janet Newton, noted local historian, owned the original typescript of the data, and bequeathed it to the Livermore Heritage Guild. We thank the Guild for allowing us to post the information. Click on this link to view and order the Paperback version from LULU.

SOURCE TEMPLATES FOR THE MASTER GENEALOGIST(TM)
A guide for creating computerized genealogical source citation templates for The Master Genealogist(TM) software package. Each source type template includes the template structure for footnotes and bibliography, as well as citation examples of each. In addition, there are a number of extra tips, ideas and discussion points. These examples and pointers may serve as useful guides when creating source citations in other genealogy software applications. Click on this link to view and order the Paperback version from LULU.

THE FOXWORTHY-FALLON SAGA
Donald F. Foxworthy. 1989. 217 pages, indexed, includes photographs. The author is a native of Livermore and a descendant of the pioneer Fallon and Murray families of Dublin, California. Reprinted with permission of the author by The Livermore-Amador Genealogical Society. Click on this link to view and order the Paperback version from LULU.

THE FOXWORTHY-FALLON SIBLINGS
Donald F. Foxworthy. 1997. 207 pages, indexed. The author is a native of Livermore and a descendant of the pioneer Fallon and Murray families of Dublin, California. Reprinted with permission of the author by The Livermore-Amador Genealogical Society. Click on this link to view and order the Paperback version from LULU.

THE MILDRED E. FREITAS COLLECTION: GENEALOGICAL DATA EXTRACTED FROM THE LIVERMORE [CALIFORNIA] HERALD, 1899-1913 (286 pages, index of 11,000+ entries)
"Millie" Freitas, 1919-2012, an eminent genealogist in the Tri-Valley, hired students to transcribe birth, marriage, death and other data from microfilm of the Livermore Herald. This database displays images of the typescript created in 2000. It is now online at the above link. Click on this link to view and order the Paperback version from LULU.


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