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Family Nibbles – Volume 4 is here for your perusing pleasure.

Now you can enhance your personal library and give a gift to a Jarvis family member.

Family Nibbles – Volume 4

Stories of Our Jarvis Ancestors 1680-1800

In fall of 1683, Elizabeth Jervis and her two children disembarked their ship at Chester, Pennsylvania. That’s the moment that our Jarvis ancestors first arrived in America.

This volume begins the story of our Jarvis family in America. We’ve been here for a long time. We’ll follow the first three generations of our family as they experienced America from 1680 to 1800.

These were common folk. They had successes and troubles. They had legal scrapes. Just when it seemed like they’d made it, some setback would knock them down.

And when each generation suffered an economic hardship that made their lifestyle unsustainable, they chose the risk of moving west into frontier lands.

Family Nibbles Volumes

  • Family Nibbles – Volume 1 Stories of our Teply Ancestors 1600-1865
  • Family Nibbles – Volume 2 Stories of our Teply Ancestors 1865-1925
  • Family Nibbles – Volume 3 Stories of our Jarvis English Heritage
  • Family Nibbles – Volume 4 Stories of our Jarvis Ancestors 1680-1800

You can get the books any of three ways: Amazon paperback, Google eBook, or Kindle eBook.

Amazon Books Paperback

You can get the paperback books at Amazon. Search for ‘Family Nibbles’ or ‘Family Nibbles book.’

The price is $30 for Volume 1, 2, and 4, and $35 for Volume 3. That’s the printing cost plus Amazon’s markup.

They’re worth every penny!

Google eBook

You can find the ebooks on Google Books or Google Play. They’re free! Google is good for pricing.

They’re best read on your iPad or tablet using Google Play Reader app. And you can read in Firefox on your Macbook.

Kindle eBook

You can find the ebooks on Amazon or Kindle Store. They’re $2.99 (Amazon’s markup).

You can read this version on any Kindle reader or Kindle app on your iPad.

Nibbles Extra Credit

It’s been fun and rewarding to learn how to create a book. But the part I’ve enjoyed most is the research and stories about our family.

We will continue our stories as the Jarvis family moves west to Kentucky.

Thanks to all you readers.

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