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To Access the Study:
    Website:    http://www.neergaard.org/CGTGenealogy/EWTH.index.html

    CD:  Find and click on the file: EWTH.index.html


Organization of the Study:

This study of Edward William Treadaway Hoare ("EWTH") is organized into the following sections:
- Narratives
- Family Histories (Family Trees and Background Information)
-  Illustrations:   Pictures of People, Residences, and Memorabilia
- Mentions of EWTH in the Press;  Pullmans Weekly News Report on Lawsuit
- EWTH's Masonic Career
- Hoare Bros Brewery Notes
- Genealogical Data
- Mysteries, Speculations as to Their Solutions, and Resources for Further Investigation
- Participants in This Study

Reader's Level of Interest:
The presentation assumes several different levels of interest:
- Those who’d like to have a general knowledge of EWTH and his family are advised to read the Narratives section, and perhaps browse through the Illustrations section and the Mentions in the Press
- Those who’d like to sense the environment and background of EWTH’s life more deeply might want to look through the Family Histories,the Brewery, and the Masonic sections.  The section on- Mysteries and Speculations would also be of interest
- Anyone interested in having access to the actual Genealogical Data that provided most of the basis for this study will find in that section such records as birth, marriage and death certificates, census listings, and similar such information gathered from various genealogical sources (eg websites, the Mormon church).

Study Media:
There are two formats for this study:  a website and a CD.
The website is at:    http://neergaard.org/CGTGenealogy/EWTH.index.html

The CD:  To open the study, locate and click on the file:    EWTH.index.html    Some of the genealogical files are in a format which is not readily accessible via the website, so have been put only onto the CD.

The EWTH Study is a work in progress;  we have learned much but there is still much to learn.  If any of the recipients of this study develop additional data, we’d welcome having it and will incorporate it into an eventual subsequent edition.