But as of Feburary 2007 it is available only as an "E-BOOK" with all the photos ; of course available by E-MAIL. No more waiting...instant delivery.
More about the book:
1. It begins with Titles of Nobility (after all, what rank IS an earl, and what does it mean--can it be passed on?)
2. Anglo Saxen Kings line(s) beginning in the 6th century
3.Harold the Viking King
5.The Pics and the Scots:
7.Somerled leading to McDonald/Balloch (Bellah) Line
10.Mormaer Line (Malcolm ,David "the Saint",etc)
11.Other Kings of Scotland
13.House of Waltheof
14. House of Capet
16.House of Stewart
17.Martel to Charlemange
19.Ivar of Uplands
22.Leofric and Godiva
23.The Earls of Mar
24.de Montgomerie Line
26. And much, much more
See what others are saying about the book.
Here are a few comments from those who have bought our book:
Dear Mrs. Lamb,
My sister sent me your lovely book, The Royal Ancestry Of Comfort Bellab Lamb as a Christmas gift and I read it cover to cover in one setting! I found it very interesting and enlightening.
I am enclosing an article from my Beverly Hills Today column dated July 28, 1995 which clarifies the history and travel of the loom, which is now with Phyllis Dean.
My immediate family has always been interested in our family genealogy and I have enjoyed the richness of available information. My mother, Margaret Anna Dean Goodake and my sister; Judith Ann Goodaker Smith, compiled the Descendants of John Lowrey Lamb and Sarah Ann Phillip’s for the Descendants Reunion of July 2, 1995. (My maternal grandmother mother was Eva Lamb Dean.) I can appreciate the research, time and talent that it took to compile this book and I congratulate and thank you on behalf of all extended relatives.
Jean Goodaker Sanders Torrey
From Phyllis Dean of Ohio: “Dear Sammye, Yes I got the books -- actually they were waiting for me at home the day I got your e-mail at the office telling me they were on the way. They are great! How ever were you able to include such nice color pages in such a reasonable priced book? What a treasure!
From Chris Ellington in Utah: “I have begun to read the Comfort Bellah History. I am so grateful you included some ancient history along with it. It is both interesting and helpful in putting their lives in perspective. I am anxious to find some more reading time. Thank you for this wonderful book!”
June Hunt, Nahsville TN writes: "I am impressed by the full color photos and the amount of research that has gone into this book! How impressive a work for such a small fee.I can only say thank you. "
Frank Bellah, TX wrote (in part)"...This book is a great gift for our family, now I feel like we have, 'the rest of the story.' to round out the 1947 work done in Tennessee.Please send two more copies for my children's family."
Wanda Wilson of Utah writes:"I am new to this , but I am having so much fun and enjoyment! Thank you for all your hard work and commitment. I hope to travel to Scotland one day and visit the land of our ancestors. A few years ago all I had was my grandmothers name Maggie Bellah Shaw and her parents. From there I have been able to find the Bellah connection. Maggie's grandmother was Peggy Bellah Shaw daughter of Samuel Bellah and Jane Morgan. Thanks again so very much."
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Above is Balloch Castle (Scotland) and the Tea Room inside
Glamis Castle, Birthplace of the Queen Mother in 1900
Above is Paisley Abbey and the tomb of Marjorie Bruce
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