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Vincent Family History:
The Vincent Family of Alabama & Texas


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VINCENTs in the News
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Military Records
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VINCENT Links & VINCENT Strays

From Alibris: Our Family of VINCENTs. a History Genealogy and Biographical Notices icon

From Abebooks: The VINCENT Family Diary Gentry Life in Victorian Bangor

From Abebooks: The VINCENT Printers: An Abridged Account of Three Generations of Printers and Their Newspapers

From Alibris: The Claude VINCENT Family Notes from Our Visit with Pauline Kent and Mildred Hesson February, 1986 icon

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Military Records

John Millard VINCENT: Company D, 37th Texas Cavalry, and 2nd Texas Battery

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Family Histories

John Millard VINCENT & Louise E. GEE

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VINCENTs in the News

O. C. "Pat" VINCENT Barbershop Ad, 1913

Mr. & Mrs. M. A. VINCENT Visit their Daughter, Mrs.. HOSKINS, 1913

Mrs. M. A. VINCENT's Birthday Dinner, 1913

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Photographs

O. C. "Pat" VINCENT Gravestone, Emory, Rains County, Texas

Elizabeth Cordelia Vincent Cox, circa 1900

John Millard VINCENT Gravestone, Emory, Rains County, Texas

John A. VINCENT Gravestone, Emory, Rains County, Texas

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Obituaries

Elizabeth "Eliza" (VINCENT) COX, 1913

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VINCENT Links & VINCENT Strays

V. S. VINCENT is a Passenger on the Moses Taylor, California, 1870

In Memory of Journalist Steven VINCENT

Noah VINCENT Photo

Teacher M. J. VINCENT Stabbed by Angry Parent, Michigan, 1886. And we thought our generation had invented school violence! Proof that truly, nothing is new under the sun, particularly when it comes to human vices.

Col. N. H. VINCENT Nominated for Sheriff, Michigan, 1878

From Alibris: Our Family of VINCENTs. a History Genealogy and Biographical Notices icon

From Abebooks: The VINCENT Family Diary Gentry Life in Victorian Bangor

From Abebooks: The VINCENT Printers: An Abridged Account of Three Generations of Printers and Their Newspapers

From Alibris: The Claude VINCENT Family Notes from Our Visit with Pauline Kent and Mildred Hesson February, 1986 icon

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