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The compelling companion to Daphne du Maurier’s celebrated classic, Rebecca, Sally Beauman’s Rebecca’s Tale begins more than 20 years after the death of Rebecca de Winter, and 20 years since Manderley, the de Winter family estate, was destroyed by fire. But Rebecca’s tale is just beginning…
Click Here to visit Volume I of this book. This volume continues the story of the American family started in the 18th century by John Broome and Rebecca Lloyd in New York. A street in New York City, a county in New York State, and a town in New York are named for John Broome. Volume II contains the stories of the 6th and 7th generations of the Broome family up to the 21st century; plus there are histories for multiple generations of related families. Volume II also contains the source endnotes for all of the generations of all of the families in both volumes, and the bibliography for both volumes. (Each volume has its own Index.) In addition to the Broome family, Volume II has stories of the families of Allen, Calnon, Dolan, Farley, Faulkner, Geiss, Hallowell, Judge, Keyworth, Laughlin, Livingston, Nevins, Orme, Reidy, Riley, Schereschewsky, Schilling, Schwarz, Toole, Turk, Vagliano, Valley, Velasquez, and many more; and, in Ireland, Breheny, OGara, and OHare. Photographs of some individuals and family homes are included. See where and how these families lived — the wealthy and those of modest means. Get public glimpses into private lives.