Beginning with 1953, entries for Motion pictures and filmstrips, Music and phonorecords form separate parts of the Library of Congress catalogue. Entries for Maps and atlases were issued separately 1953-1955.
Descendants of Jacob B. Loyd (1808-1873), son of James Loyd, who was born in Wayne Co., Kentucky, and died in Putnam Co., Missouri. He was married 1831 in Wayne Co., Ky. to Nancy Bell (1808-1895), the daughter of Jeremiah Bell. She was born in Kentucky. They were parents of seven children. Family lived in Wayne Co., Kentucky until after 1840 when they moved to Bradley Co., Tennessee and ca. 1852 to Putnam Co., Missouri. Descendants live in Missouri, Idaho, Kansas, Oregon, Arizona, Iowa, Nebraska and elsewhere.
Rather than tracing the ancestry of a specific family, this book brings together information about all the Sanks who immigrated to the United States. Contains a narrative history of the movement of Sanks families across the United States. The people with the Sanks surname who came to America in the first half of the eighteenth century came from the British Isles. In the nineteenth century, Sanks families came from central Europe. Sanks families settled in Maryland and later moved into Virginia and Ohio. Later immigrants moved into Indiana and Iowa. Part II of the book contains descendancy charts which show descendants of a 1725 immigrant Father Sank and his wife Hannah Sank. Also includes information about African American Sanks descendants in the United States.