genealogical history of Henry Adams, of Braintree, Mass., and his descendants
: also John Adams, of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897: Adams, Andrew N. 1898,
|Genealogy and history of a part of the Newbury Adams family, formerly of Devonshire, England : being the descendants of Robert Adams1 and wife Eleanor who were the first American ancestors of the Newbury Adams family, who came to Ipswich, Mass., in 1635, and settled in Newbury, Mass., in 1640, together with other valuable information Calais, Me.: Printed at the Calais Advertiser Office, 1895, Adams, I. Smith, 61 pgs. .....|
pedigree: Boston: Printed by D. Clapp & Son, 1899, Noyes,
James Atkins, 7 pgs.
Rev. Amos Adams, A.M. (1728-1775), patriot minister of Roxbury, Massachusetts
: and his American ancestry Boston: Lawrence, Robert Means, , 1912, 17
sketch of the life of the Hon. Phinehas Adams : of Manchester, New
Hampshire Boston: G.H. Ellis, Dodge, Arthur Pillsbury, 1880, 24 pgs.
|Genealogy of the Adams family of Kingston, Mass. Boston: Descendants of Francis Adams, 1861, Adams, George, 64 pgs. .|
history of the Adams family of North Staffordshire : & of their
connection with the development of the potteries : with numerous pedigree
charts & notes on allied families London: St. Catherine Press, 1914,
Adams, Percy W. L., 602 pgs.
of our branch of the Adams family: De Vinne Press, 1886, Adams,
John Hamilton, 33 pgs.
Elijah Adams family of Hubbardston, Mass. : and a retrospect of activities
in seven cities and seven decades Springfield, Mass.: Adams, Nelson, 1910,
|Origin and history of the name of Adams : with biographies of all the most noted persons of that name : and an account of the origin of surnames and forenames : together with over five hundred Christian names of men and women and their significance : the Crescent family record. Chicago, Ill.: American Publishers' Association, 1901, 143 pgs|
records of the John Baker branch of the Conrad (Becker) Baker family of
York County, Pennsylvania : (covering all available records from August,
1739 to March 1, 1939), 1939, Baker, Thoreau Butler 105 pgs.
ancestry : the ancestry of Samuel Baker, of Pleasant Valley, Steuben
County, New York, with some of his descendants Chicago: Baker, Frank, 1914,
of Mr. Justice Frank Baker : an appendix to Baker ancestry (Above),
Chicago, 1916, 16 pgs.
record, Rev. Nicholas Baker (1610-1678) and his descendants Detroit,
Mich.: Printed for the author by the Record Printing Co., 1917, Baker,
Fred A., 152 pgs.
family records Philadelphia, Pa.: American Historical-Geneaogical Society,
1929, Seaver, J. Montgomery, 72 pgs.
genealogy of the descendants of Edward Baker of Lynn, Mass., 1630:
Syracuse, N.M. Baker, 1867, Baker, Nelson M., 99 pgs.
of Priscilla Baker, who lived 1674-1731, and was wife of Issac Appleton,
of Ipswich Cambridge Mass.: J. Wilson and Son, 1870, Appleton, William
S., 151 pgs.
|Record of the descendants of Ezekiel and Mary Baker DeCamp of Butler County, Ohio Cincinnat:, Ohio, Printed by the Western Methodist Book Concern, 1896, De Camp, James Milton, 182 pgs.|
Brewster genealogy, 1566-1907 : a record of the descendants of William
Brewster of the "Mayflower," ruling elder of the Pilgrim church which founded
Plymouth Colony in 1620, New York: Grafton Press, 1908, Jones, Emma C.
Brewster, 1548 pgs.
ship masters Yarmouthport, Mass.: C.W. Swift, 1906, Sears, J. Henry,
colonial families : Avery, Brewster, Mills, Morgan, Smith, Starr, Stewart,
Tracy Avard, Okla.: unknown, 1926, Roberts, Eloise M. 81 pgs.
of Albert Porter Brewster: Lawrence, Kansas, 1938, 38 pgs.
genealogy of the eight Brewster cousins of northern Ohio and their descendants
: with space for the continuation of the record of each family Ann Arbor,
Mich.: Edwards Bros., 1937, Brewster, Carl M. 67 pgs.
heritage : a record of information about the Hynes, Wait, Powers, Chenault,
Maxey, Brewster, Starr, and McIntosh families : gathered from published
genealogies, family histories, old Bibles, letters, written records and
memoirs of many persons, confirmed and supplemented by the examination
of deeds, wills, marriage, death, and other official records of many states
and communities, Hynes, Lee Powers, 93 pgs.
|Ancestors of James Wilson Yates and his wife Nancy Davis Terry : showing Mayflower descent from John Alden, Myles Standish, William Mullines, Alice Mullines, Priscilla Mullines, from Rev. Nathaniel Brewster and through the Drakes, from nearly all the royal families of Europe New York: F.H. Hitchcock, 1926, Frost, Josephine C., 96 pgs.|
of Suffolk, England : and Burr of Massachusetts Bay Colony, New England
New York: Private printing, Burr, Chauncey Rea, 1926, 154 pgs.
- Bures of Suffolk, Pedigree Charts, Maps, Burr of Massachusetts
Family, A General History of the Burr Family with a Genealogical Record
from 1193 -1902. Charles Burr Todd. (1902), 736 pages
and genealogy of the Carpenter family in America : from the settlement
at Providence, R.I., 1637-1901 Jamaica, N.Y.: Author: Daniel Hoogland Carpenter,
Marion Press, 1901, 392 pages Includes bibliographical references
and historical record of the Carpenter family : with a brief genealogy
of some of the descendants of William Carpenter of Weymouth and Rehoboth,
Mass., William Carpenter of Providence, R.I., Samuel Carpenter of Penn.,
and Ephraim, Timothy and Josias Carpenter, of Long Island : including a
full, complete and reliable history of the Carpenter estate of England;
James Usher, New York: unknown, 1883, 70 pgs.
genealogical history of the Rehoboth branch of the Carpenter family in
America : Brought down from their English ancestor, John Carpenter,
1303, with many biographical notes of descendants and allied families,
Carpenter, Amos Bugbee, 1898, 940 pgs.
Corwin genealogy (Curwin, Curwen, Corwine) in the United States;
Author: Edward Tanjore Corwin, City of Publication: New York
Date:1872 - 322 pages Includes index.
Darling Family in America - The Darling family in America : early
settlers prior to 1800. New York: W.M. Clemens, 1913, 31 pgs.
|Genealogy of the Descendants of Rev. Richard Denton of Hempstead, LI,
for the First Five Generations:
Prepared from manuscript Notes of Wm. A. D. Eardeley., By George D. A.
Combes, 123 Lincoln Ave., Rockville Centre, NY, 1936, 101 pages
|Denton family notes : Beverley, London, Folkestone, and Chicago. Chicago:
McPike, Eugene Fairfield,
|A history of the family of Holland of Mobberley and Knutsford in the county of Chester : with some account of the family of Holland of Upholland and Denton in the county of Lancaster, Edinburgh: Ballantyne Press, 1902, 228 pages.|
|The Doty-Doten family in America : descendants of Edward Doty, an emigrant by the Mayflower, 1620 Brooklyn, N.Y.: Published for the author, 1897, Doty, Ethan Allen, 1036 pgs.|
|Field genealogy : being the record of all the Field family in America, whose ancestors were in this country prior to 1700 : emigrant ancestors located in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Virginia : all descendants of the Fields of England, whose ancestor, Hurbutus de la Field was from Alsace-Lorraine Chicago: W.B. Conkey, 1901, Pierce, Frederick Clifton, 1390 pgs.|
Jones , Fort Neck, Queens County, Long Island, 1695 and His Descendants.
The Floyd-Jones Family with Connections From the Year 1066., Floyd-Jones,
Thomas., (1906) 202 pages
Little Family History - (Published 1906 The Morning News Print Savannah,
GA). (Includes The Family of General John Floyd of Virginia and Genealogy
of Floyd Family of Northampton County, Virginia)., Hamilton, Mary Floyd.,
(1908) 95 pages
Floyd Family of Rumney Marsh., Floyd, C. Harold., (1909) 15 pages
genealogy : being the record of the posterity of Reginald Foster, an
early inhabitant of Ipswich, in New England, whose genealogy is traced
back to Anacher, great forrester of Flanders, who died in 837 A.D., Chicago:
F.C. Pierce, 1899, Pierce, Frederick Clifton, 1085 pgs.
Family Record: A Family Record of the Foster Family, The Penney Family
and the Squires Family from their settling on Long Island to the present
time; Compiled by Alonzo Foster; 95 Pg
record : an account of Thomas Foster of Billerica, Massachusetts and
some of his descendants with appendices relating to intermarriages Chillingsworth,
Freeman, Winslow, Lewis, King Somerville, Mass.: Fred E. Bradford, 1889,
Hawes, Frank Mortimer, 172 pgs.
Foster family : California pioneers : first overland trip, 1849, second
overland trip, 1852, third overland trip, 1853, fourth trip (via Panama),
1857. Santa Barbara, Calif.: unknown, 1925, 285 pgs.
Foster, styled a farmer with shipping list, embarked in London, June
17, 1635, in the Abigail, 46 pgs.
|A pedigree of the Forsters and Fosters of the north of England : and some of the families connected with them, Foster, Joseph, 1871, 112 pgs.|
Gardiner and his Descendants St. Louis: A. Whipple, 1890 - LionGardiner.pdf
of Gardiner's Island N.Y.: Author: John Lion Gardiner, Published by
Jonathan T. Gardiner, 1927, 345 pgs.
|The Greenes of Rhode Island with Historical Records of English Ancestors, by
Louise Brownell Clarke, Knickerbocker Press, New York, N.Y., 1903 2 Vols 990 Pages
Greene family and its branches : from A.D. 861 to A.D. 1904,
La Mance, Lora S. Floral Park, N.Y.: Mayflower Pub. Co., 1904, 336
pgs. Genealogy of the Quidnessett Greenes, Relating to descendants of Deborah
Greene-King and Samuel King
family of Green of Youghal, Co. Cork. : being an attempt to trace the
descendants of Simon Green, merchant Dublin: Printed by A. Thom & Co.,
1902, Swanzy, Henry Biddall, 109 pgs.
(Green) family of Plymouth Colony New York: Greene, Richard Henry,,
1909, 184 pgs.
notes of the Green family Chicago: Green, Henry Lewis, 1907, 16
genealogical history of the Hoyt, Haight, and Hight families : with
some account of the earlier Hyatt families, a list of the first settlers
of Salisbury and Amesbury, Mass., etc. Providence: Printed for the author
David Webster Hoyt, by the Providence Press Co., 1871, 706 pgs.
Hallock genealogy : an attempt to tabulate and set in order the numerous
descendants of Peter Hallock who landed at Southold, Long Island, N.Y.,
about the year 1640 and settled at Aquebogue, near Mattituck ...Orient,
N.Y.: Lucius H. Hallock, 1926, 754 pgs.
Hallock-Holyoke pedigree and collateral branches in the United States
: being a revision of the Hallock ancestry of 1866 Amherst, Mass.: Carpenter
& Morehouse, c1906, Hallock, Charles, 98 pgs.
Halsey of Hertfordshire, England, and
Southampton, Long Island, 1591-1679 : with his American descendants to
the eighth and ninth generations Morristown, N.J.: Jacob Lafayette Halsey,
1895, 587 pgs.
|History and genealogies of the Hammond
families in America): with an account of the early history of the
family in Normandy and Great Britain, 1000-1902, Oneida, N.Y.: Ryan & Burkhart, 1902-1904, Hammond, Frederick Stam, 1659 pgs.
|Hammond family charts : ancestors and
descendants of Joseph Wesley Hammond, 1836-1902, and his wife, Martha
Maia (Stevens) Hammond, 1837-1908, of Appleton, Wisconsin, Antigo, Wis.,: unknown, 1931, 22 pgs.
|A history and genealogy of the descendants of
William Hammond of London, England and his wife Elizabeth Penn :
through their son Benjamin of Sandwich and Rochester, Mass., 1600-1894, Boston, 1894, Hammond, Roland, 349 pgs.
|Ancestral colonial families : genealogy of the
Welsh and Hyatt families of Maryland and their kin : giving the
colonial generations of the Howard, Hammond, Maccubbin, Griffith,
Greenberry, Dorsey, Van Sweringen, Baldwin, Gaither, Warfield and
Independence, Mo.: Lambert Moon Print. Co., 1928, Welsh, Luther W., 213 pgs.
|Descendants of ISAAC HAMMOND born July 31, 1698 in Newton, Massachusetts, and
died October 26, 1755 in New London, CT.
He married MARY CHAMBERLAIN
February 10, 1716/17 in Massachusetts. She
was born January 20, 1692/93 in Billercia, MA, and died December 04, 1775 in
New London, CT.
|Genealogical table : line of descent of Edward Dorsey, Col. Henry Ridgely, Capt. John Worthington, Col.
Nicholas Greenberry, Matthew Howard, and Maj.-Gen. John Hammond
Washington, D.C., 1898, Evans, Henry Ridgely, 7 pgs.
narrative of the Hart family in the United States Memphis: S.C. Toof
& Co., steam printers, lithographers and blank book manufacturers,
1882, Young, Sarah S. 80 pgs.
history of Deacon Stephen Hart and his descendants, 1632-1875 : with
an introduction of miscellaneous Harts and their progenitors, as far as
known; to which is added a list of all the clergy of the name found, all
the physicians, all the lawyers, the authors, and soldiers New Britain,
Conn.: Austin Hart, 1875, Andrews, Alfred, 615 pgs.
|A record of the Hart family of Philadelphia : with a genealogy of the family from its first settlement in America, augmented by notes of the collateral branches : 1735-1920 Philadelphia, Pa.: 1920, Hart, Thomas, 342 pgs.|
Havens family in New Jersey - Author: Henry C. Havens, with additional
notes on Tilton, Fielder, Hance, Osborn, Davison, Cox and Gifford families.
Trenton, NJ: Phillips Godshalk Co., 1933 132 pages - Index: Persons,
places and subjects, Index: Husbands and wives (surnames), Map, Charts
of the De Haven family - New York: Author: Howard De Haven
Ross, Pandick Press, 1929, 47 pgs. pt. 1. The Jacob De Haven
revolutionary loan -- pt. 2. The De Haven history and genealogy.
Archibald Havens Papers - Barrington S. Havens Privately published
by the Author in 1975, 74 Pgs: HAVENS FAMILY in Suffolk County, New York A Genealogical
Survey of Some of the Descendants of William S. Havens 17th Century Settler
in Aquidneck, Rhode Island
and biographical sketches of the Hildreth family : from the year 1652,
down to the year 1840 Marietta, Ohio: unknown, 1840 i.e. Hildreth,
Samuel P. , 342 pgs.
|Hildreth family, Lowell, Mass.: Reade, Philip Hildreth,, 1909, 39 pgs|
genealogy and history : descendants of Richard Horton (1727) and Elizabeth
Harrison, and their nephew and niece, Deacon Nathaniel Horton (1741) and
Rebecca Robinson, including a brief tracing of their ancestral line back
to 1310, Geo. W. Alloway Saxton, Pa.: Sheterom Print. Co., 1929,
Hortons in America : being a corrected reprint of the 1876 work by
Dr. Geo. F. Horton ..., with the history and some lines of the posterity
of Thomas Horton, and also a line of the posterity of Levi Horton, White,
Adaline Horton, Seattle, Wash.: H.D. and A.H. White, 1929, 755 pgs.
|Howe genealogies: 1929, by Daniel Wait Howe: Made up
of Two parts. Part One
contains the Genealogy of John Howe of Sudbury and Marlborough, Massachusetts,
569 pages: Part Two
contains the Genealogies
of Abraham of Roxbury, James of Ipswich, Abraham of Marlborough and Edward
of Lynn, Massachusetts plus an Appendix, 665 pages.
|Genealogy of the Howes family
in America: descendants of Thomas Howes, Yarmouth, Mass., 1637-1892,
with some account of English ancestry, Yarmouthport, Mass.: Printed for the
author by F. Hallett., 1892, Howes, Joshua Crowell, 217 pgs.
the branch of John of Madison, N.Y. of the sixth American generation, Syracuse,
N.Y., Sanford, Heman Howes, 1893, 17 pgs.
|George Rowland Howe, 1847-1917,
a son's tribute: the record of a useful life and some genealogical notes,
Mount Kisco, N.Y.: Howe, Herbert Barber, 1920, 161 pgs.
book of John Howell and his descendants : with supplementary accounts
of the families related to them by marriage, New York: The author, c1897,
Frances Howell, 631 pgs.
Jarvis family, or, The descendants of the first settlers of the name
in Massachusetts and Long Island, and those who have more recently settled
in other parts of the United States and British America : George Atwater
Jarvis, 1897, 390 pgs. Six leaves attached at end contain
additional genealogical and historical material as compiled by Orange Cook,
Chardon, Ohio, 1909. Includes index.....
Jones family of Long Island : descendants of Major Thomas Jones (1665-1726)
and allied families New York: T.A. Wright, 1907, Jones, John Henry, 441
Paul Jones and his ancestry: Chicago, J.G. Branch Pub. Co., 1927, Jones,
William R, 296 pgs.
genealogy : being a record of the descendants of Hugh Jones of Salem,
Mass., emigrant from Wincanton, England, 1635-1931 St. Johnsbury, Vt.:
Cowles Press, 1931, Clark, Myrtle Bowen, 219 pgs.
Jones : Fort Neck, Queens County, Long Island, 1695 and his descendants
the Floyd-Jones family : with connections from the year 1066 New York:
Floyd-Jones, Thomas, 1906, 202 pgs.
descendants of Joel Jones, a revolutionary soldier, born in Charlton, Mass.,
in 1764, and died in Crawford County, Pa., in 1845 : together with an account
of his ancestors, back to Lewis and Ann Jones, of Watertown, Mass., who
came to America about 1635, also the descendants of Lemuel Smith, born
in Ware, Mass., in 1770, came to Crawford County, Pa., in 1817, and died
in 1855 Rutland, Vt.: Tuttle, 1925, Smith, Elbert, 431 pgs.
of David Jones: Beale, Ellen Mary Mendenhall, 1903, 206
and genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of Captain Israel Jones
who removed from Enfield to Barkhamsted, Conn., in the year 1759, Parker,
L. N., 1902, 323 pgs.
of the descendants of Lewis and Ann Jones of Roxbury, Mass., through
their son Josiah and grandson James, Trask, William Blake, 1878, 85
|A record of the ancestors and descendants of Erasmus Jones and his wife, Mary Sellers Jones, Philadelphia, Pa.: Rife, Lee Erasmus, 1936, 40 pgs.|
|The Kissam Family in America from 1644-1825, By Edward Kissam, NY 1892|
|A history of the chief English families bearing the name of Knapp London: Priv. print. for the author by the St. Catherine Press, Oswald Greenwaye Knapp, 1911|
|Supplement to Nicholas Knapp genealogy Winter Park, Fla.: Alfred Averill Knapp, 1956|
|The ancestral lines of Mary Lenore Knapp Peoria, Ill. Alfred Averill Knapp, 1947 i.e. 1948|
|The Knapp family in America : a genealogy of the descendants of William Knapp who settled in Watertown, Mass., in 1630, including also a tabulated pedigree, paternal and maternal, of Hiram Knapp Boston, Mass.: Arthur Mason Knapp, Fort Hill Press, 1909|
|Knapp family genealogy Winona, Minn.Charles Ruggles Knapp, unknown, 1905.|
|L'Hommedieu : Author: Patia Havens L'Hommedieu: 930 pages plus supplemental index. Includes bibliographical references and index. Volumes I & II|
of Rev. Richard Mather Hartford, Conn.: Press of the Case, Lockwood
& Brainard Co.,Mather, Horace Eli, c1890, 567 pgs.
of the Mather family : from about 1500 to 1847, with sundry biographical
notices. Hartford Conn.: Press of E. Geer, Mather, John, 1848, 73
of descent from honored New England ancestors New York: Printed at
the De Vinne Press, 1897, Wilhelmus Mynderse 62 pgs.
Mather family Boston: Massachusetts
Sabbath School Society, Pond, Enoch, c1844, 180 pgs.
memoir of the Rev. Cotton Mather, D.D. : with a genealogy of the family
of Mather Boston: Antiquarian Book Store, Drake, Samuel Gardner 1851, 109
of the wills of the Mather family : proved in the Consistory Court
of Chester, from 1573 to 1650 Boston, Mass.: Some deeds of the Mather Family
of West Leigh, Lancashire, 1609 to 1632 Priv. print., Rylands,
J. Paul 1893, 39 pgs.
of the family of Mather Boston: C.C.P. Moody, printer, 1851
Sharp family of New Jersey : with Mather and Mattison connections Kansas
City, Mo.: Published for the author by Brown-White-Lowell Press, Powers,
Benjamin Mather, 48 pgs.
and Anne Mott, their ancestors and their descendants, Thomas Clapp
Cornell, 1890, 468 pgs
descendants of Adam Mott of Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y. : a genealogical
study New York: Harris, Edward Doubleday, 189-?, 8 pgs.
Mott of Dutchess County, N.Y. and his descendants New York: Press of
Tobias A. Wright, 1912, Harris, Edward Doubleday, 63 pgs.
|The Descendants of John Nicoll of Islip, England, Who Died a. D. 1467: New York, Nicoll, Edward Holland, 1894
Nichols families in America, New York: unknown, 1919, Leon Nelson
Nichols 18 pgs.
Nicoll family and Islip Grange : address before the Order of Colonial
Lords of Manors in America, April 21, 1938 : with additions New York: Printed
for the Order of Colonial Lords of Manors in America by the J.B. Watkins
Co., Rosalie Fellows Bailey, 95 pgs.
|Descendants of George Norton of Salem
Parshall family, A.D. 870-1913 : a collection of historical records
and notes to accompany the Parshall pedigree London: F. Edwards, Parshall,
H. F., 1915, 224 pgs.
history of the Parshall family : from the conquest of England by William
of Normandy, A.D. 1066, to the close of the 19th century Syracuse N.Y.:
Parshall, James Clark, 1903, 350 pgs.
and descendants of James Payne of Pomfret, Conn., and Hauppauge, L.I.
Northport, N.Y.Smith, Sarah C. PPrinted by Northport Observer, 1932, 80
Paine cottage and grounds, New Rochelle New Rochelle, N.Y.: Huguenot
and Historical Association of New Rochelle, N.Y., 1931, 46 pgs.
and East Hampton : evidence by Long Island residents who believed that
author was born there. Pennypacker, Morton, 1939, 97 pgs.
Payne and his son John C. Payne : some data of biography and genealogy
that concern their many descendants Nevada, Iowa: Payne, W. O. 1903,
genealogy of the families of Payne and Gore Whitmore, William Henry,
Boston: John Wilson and Son, 1875, 32 pgs.
Paynes of Hamilton : a genealogical and biographical record New York:
White, Augusta Francelia (Payne), Tobias A. Wright, 1912, 260 pgs.
Payne of Salem and his descendants : the Salem branch of the Paine
family Paine, Nathaniel Emmons, Haverhill, Mass.: Record Pub., 1928, 256
and descendants of Joseph Payne the sixth, of West Turin, N.Y.Rome,
N.Y.:Scheidleman, Edward Payne, Rome Sentinel Co., 1937, 33 pgs.
and genealogy of the Pearsall family in England and America:
Volumes I, II & III - 55 Chapters, 1806 pages with genealogies,
charts and documented information. Authors: Clarence E. Pearsall,
Hettie May Pearsall, Harry L. Neall, City of Publication: San Francisco
Publisher: H.S. Crocker Date:1928 1806 pages
genealogical, biographical and bibliographical of the Prime family,
Author: E. D. G. Prime, Cambridge, Mass. University Press 1888
Page 118 pages.
Descendants of James Prime - compiled for private use by Ralph E. Prime
of Yonkers, NY Printed by G. B. Mottram, 1895 - additional genealogies
of the following related families: Wheelwright, Jordan and Jermain, Pierson,
Howell, Higbie, Havens, Earl, Richards, Wolcott, Gardner, Upton, Putnam.
abt 40 pages
|Genealogy of the descendants of Stephen Randall and Elizabeth Swezey : 1624-1668, Clarkenwell, St. James' Parish, London, England, 1668-1738, Rhode Island and Connecticut, 1738-1906, Long Island, New York. Author: Randall, Stephen Morehouse, b. 1843. City of Publication: New York Publisher: J.S. Ogilvie Pub. Co. Date:1906|
|Randall and allied families : William Randall (1609-1693) of Scituate and his descendants with ancestral families Chicago: Raveret-Weber, Frank Alfred Randall, 1943|
Randolphs of Virginia : a compilation of the descendants of William
Randolph of Turkey Island and his wife, Mary Isham of Bermuda Hundred,
Chicago, abt 1936, Randolph, Robert Isham, 402 pgs.
Randolph I (1623-1773) of Henrico County, Virginia and his descendants
: preceded by short review of the Randolph family in early England and
elsewhere Memphis, Tenn.: Distributed by Cossitt Library, 1952, Randolph,
Wassell, 111 pgs.
Randolph I of Turkey Island (Henrico County) Virginia and his immediate
descendants, Memphis, Tenn.: Seebode Mimeo Service, Randolph, Wassell,
of the descendants of Henry Randolph I (1623-1673) : of Henrico County,
Virginia Memphis, Tenn.: Distributed by Memphis Public Library, Randolph,
Wassell., 286 pgs.
Fitz Randolph : his ancestry and descendents : an American branch of
the Fitz Randolph family, Randolph, Oris Hugh Fitz, 68 pgs.
Randolph traditions : a story of a thousand years,: Published under
the auspices of the New Jersey Historical Society, 1907, Randolph, L. V.
F, 150 pgs.
|The descendants of Edward Fitz Randolph and Elizabeth Blossom 1630-1950 East Orange, N.J.: Christian, Louise Aymar, 222 pgs.|
|The Rayners of Raynertown; A Study of the Descendants of Edward Rayner, 1624-1682, of Ipswich, England to New England, 1634 - to Hempstead, LI, NY, 1644. Researched by Gerald VanSise Raynor, Co-genealogist of the Raynor Family Association. This is a hand written text of very limited distribution containing many years of personal by the now deceased (2004) Gerald Raynor. Unfortunately a typed copy was never completed. It is approximately 100 pages and finishes with a text Index helping the researcher navigate this magnificent work. Unfortunately, due to the hand written script, this pdf file could not be indexed but the physical Index at the end of the text is very helpful. A personal note from Gerald concludes the intro, "I am hopeful that this genealogy will aid in sorting out the ancestry of all the younger Edward Raynor descendants. We "Edwardians" are proud od our heritage."|
RAYNORS OF KETCHAPONACK 2004 edition - A Genealogy Compiled
By Stuart Payne Howell, Jr., Ed.D. - A Genealogy of the Descendants of
Jonathan Raynor Grandson of Thurston Raynor of Southampton, Long island,
- Also includes ADDENDUM
to THE RAYNORS OF KETCHAPONACK - incorporates additions and corrections to the 1998 edition of this
genealogy, 61 pages of genealogical data, plus an 11-page Index of Names,
Introduction, and List of References. The ADDENDUM is not an updated
genealogy, but rather, a listing of changes to THE RAYNORS OF KETCHAPONACK
based on information accumulated since the 3rd edition was published in
1998. Entries with substantial changes are included in their entirety,
whereas for entries with minor changes, only the specific changes are noted.
RAYNOR OF MANORVILLE, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS,
Generations One - Seven: Compiled By Stuart Payne Howell, Jr., Ed.D. January
2000, 203 pages
|ADDENDUM to JOSIAH
RAYNOR OF MANORVILLE, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS,
Contains additional or corrected data that has come forth since the original
publication in January 2000, Compiled By Stuart Payne Howell, Jr., Ed.D.
TO JOSIAH RAYNOR OF MANORVILLE, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS,
Generations Eight - Fourteen: Compiled By Stuart Payne Howell, Jr.,
Ed.D. 2003, 462 pages
|ADDENDUM to the SUPPLEMENT to JOSIAH
RAYNOR OF MANORVILLE, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS,
Contains additional or corrected data that has come forth since the last Addendum in September 2003, Compiled By Stuart Payne Howell, Jr., Ed.D. August 2004, 52 pgs
|Raynor Family History - Descendants of Edward, pioneer who came to America in 1634, by Clinton E. Metz|
of the Reese family in Wales and America : from their arrival in America
to the present time Richmond, Va.: Whittet & Shepperson, 1903, Reese,
Mary E., 323 pgs.
Rees of Little Creek Hundred : and the descendants of John Rees, his
son Philadelphia, Pa.: T.H. Streets, 1904, Streets, Thomas Hale, 80
|Rees history: Lawrence, Gladys Wilkinson, 1932, 21 pgs.|
of the Reeve family of Southold, Long Island, N.Y. : and Southold descendants
of the Southampton, L.I. Reeves family and genealogy of said families up
to 1800 Douglaston, N.Y.: Baker, Wesley Logan, 459 pgs.
Reeves family : Walter Reeve of Burlington County, New Jersey, and
a number of his descendants through ten generations, 1650-1930 Merchantville,
N.J.: Reeves, Samuel V., 1930, 103 pgs.
|Ancestry and posterity of Johnson Reeves, born October 16, 1799, died July 19, 1860 : and a memorial sermon Philadelphia: Jones, Samuel Beach 1900, 80 pgs.|
genealogy, Robinson Genealogical Society. Robinson, Charles Edson,
Boston Publisher: Robinson Genealogical Society, 1926-1933,
of olden times : Rowland Robinson of Narragansett and his unfortunate
daughter : with genealogies of the Robinson, Hazard, and Sweet families
of Rhode Island, Hazard, Thomas R. 1797-1886, Hazard, Willis P.,
Newport, R.I., J.P. Sanborn, 1879, 291 pages
Robinson Family Genealogical and Historical Association : officers,
constitution and by-laws, historical sketches of early Robinson emigrants
to America, illustrations, armorial bearings, members of Association, Robinson
Family Genealogical and Historical Association. New York, 1902,
record of certain descendants of David Roe of Flushing, Long Island,
New York : including John Martindale of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and
Martin Tichenor of New Haven, Connecticut and Newark, New Jersey, including
Theophilus Blake of Greenbrier County, Author: Mildred Roe.Virginia Bronx,
Roe of Flushing, New York and some of his descendants, 2nd ed.
/ rev. and enl. by Clarence Almon Torrey and Charles Harvey Roe 1958, 195
pgs. Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents:
David Roe of Flushing and some of his descendants, References. Unidentified
Roes, The Feke Family, Location of David Roe's home at Flushing, Long Island,
Daniel ROE, His Diary, 1806-1808 - an officer of the French and Indian
War and of the Revolution, The Blanchard Press 1904, 64 pages
Roe Of Brookhaven, Long Island And Some of His Descendants - A Record
of Six Generations By Clarence Almon Torrey, PH. B Boston
Rogers (1764-1811) : a soldier of the Revolution and his descendants
Chicago, Ill.: Captain John Whistler Chapter D.A.R., Leppert, Ruth Patton,
Rogers-Turfler family : a search for ancestors Bradley Beach, N.J.:
C.W. Smith Press, Williams, I. Newton, 121 pgs.
some of the descendants of Giles Rogers, an immigrant to Virginia in 1664,
including descendants of William Rogers of Kentucky, who married Ann Johnson
: Joseph Hale Rogers of Bryan's Station, Kentucky : Giles Rogers, who married
Sarah Iverson Lewis : and his daughter Frances, who married Samuel Twyman
: George Rogers, who married Frances Holmes Pollard : Ann Rogers, who married
John Clark (the parents of George Rogers Clark) : their son, Governor William
Clark of Missouri, and their daughter Elizabeth Clark, who married Lt.
Col. Richard Clough Anderson : Byrd Rogers, who married, first, Mary and,
second, Martha Trice and Rachel Rogers, the second wife of Donald Robertson
including the family names of Barksdale, Croghan, Gatewood, George, Gwathmey,
O'Fallon, Temple, Thruston, Tyler, Underwood, etc. Louisville, Ky.:
Rogers, Hopewell L., 128 pgs.
memoir of the family of Rev. Nathaniel Rogers : of Ipswich, Essex Co.,
Mass., who came from Old to New England, A.D., 1636, son of Rev. John Rogers,
of Dedham, Essex, Old England, who was a grandson of Rev. John Rogers,
Prebendary of St. Paul's, Vicar of St. Sepulchre, the Proto-Martyr in Queen
Mary's reign, abt 1851, 48 pgs.
two James Rogers : James Rogers of Londonderry and James Rogers of
Dunbarton : a genealogical research Manchester, N.H.: Drummond, Josiah
H., 1902, 15 pgs.
genealogy : Charles Thomas Rogers and descendants Santa Rosa, Calif.:
Rogers, Lewis G., 15 pgs.
of the Rogers family, England : embracing John Rogers the martyr, emigrant
descendants to America and issue New York: Press of W.E. Rudge, abt1911,
Underwood, John Cox 50 pgs.
ancestors and descendants of Dr. David Rogers, De Beixedon, Edward
Francis Frémaux, 136 pgs.
Rogers of Marshfield and some of his descendants West Hanover, Mass.:
R.B. Ellis, 1898, Drummond, Josiah H 192 pgs.
Rogers : the compiler of the first authorised English Bible, the pioneer
of the English Reformation, and its first martyr : embracing a genealogical
account of his family, biographical sketches of some of his principal descendants,
his own writings. London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1861, Chester,
Joseph Lemuel, 468 pgs.
John Rogers families in Plymouth and vicinity Portland, Me.: Drummond,
Josiah H. 1895, 26 pgs.
Rogers family of Georgetown, Drummond, Josiah H., abt1897, 37
|Genealogy of Rogers of Dowdeswell, in the county of Gloucester, : Priv. print., 1869, 11 pgs.|
Roosevelt Genealogy, 1649-1902 Claes Martenszen van Rosenvelt and
the Roosevelt Family Author: Charles B. Whittelsey, b. 1869-1875, originally
published in Hartford, Connecticut, 1902 126 pages
strenuous life: the "Oyster Bay" Roosevelts in business and finance
New York: Author: Cobb, Wm. T., W.E. Rudge's Sons, c1946, 105
Ancestry of Theodore Roosevelt: a genealogical record from 1649,
with notes on the families of Baillee, Bulloch, Douglas, Elliott, Irvine,
Stewart, Van Schaack. Author: Clemens, William Montgomery,New York:
1914, 21 pages.
in the family - by Roosevelt, Theodore, New York, Putnam's
1929, 210 pages
amazing Roosevelt family : 1613-1942 New York: Author: Schriftgiesser,
Karl, W., Funk, c1942, 375 pages.
D. Roosevelt's colonial ancestors : their part in the making of
American history Boston: Author: Johnson, Alvin Page, Lothrop, Lee &
Shepard, c1933, 227 pgs.
|The descendants of John Scott from 1777: Warner Robins, Ga.:
Printed by the H. Young Corp., Scott, Walter T. 107 pgs.
|Colonel John Scott of Long Island: An Address Delivered by Prof. Wilbur
C. Abbott of Yale University Before the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of
New York on November 8, 1917. Publication Number 30 under the authority
of the Council by the Secretary, August, 1918. - The Life and Strange, Surprising Adventures of John Scot, commonly called
Colonel Scott; his early Experiences in America and the West Indies; his Career
at Court; his Fortunes and Misfortunes as a Soldier; his Exploits as a Spy,
Informer and Murderer; his Disgrace and Death; with some Notice of his Writings
as Royal Geographer; and of the Glorious Restoration of his Reputation; together
with Notes on his Fame as an Historian
|Scott family letters : the letters of John Morin Scott and his wife, Mary
Emlen Scott : with notes relating to them, their ancestors and their
descendants, Private. printing, 1930, Scott, John Morin, 462 pgs.
|The Seaman family in America as descended from Captain John Seaman of Hempstead, Long Island New York: Author: Mary Thomas Seaman, T.A. Wright, 1928, 372 pgs. Generations 1-10 plus Index of Seaman names & Index of names other than Seaman|
|A genealogical and biographical record of the
pioneer Thomas Skidmore [Scudamore] : of the Massachusetts and Connecticut
colonies in New England and of Huntington, Long Island, and of his descendants
through the branches herein set forth, including other related branches of
the Skidmore family with historical sketches of places where the several
branches settled and of events in which representative members participated,
Emily Carrie Hawley, Brookfield Center, Conn.: Hawley, 1911, 502 pgs
of The Smith Families of New York & LI, 1664-1794:
Careful abstracts of all the wills of the name of Smith Recorded in New
York, Jamaica, and Hempstead Prior to 1794 with Genealogical and
historical notes, William S. Pelletreau, New York, Francis P. Harper,
1898, 160 pages
|The Rock Smith family to the tenth generation: Valentine W. Smith, Queens Borough Public Library, Jamaica, N.Y., 1937, 112 pages|
|The Tangier Smith Manor of St. George : George Howard Duffield, Order of Colonial Lords of Manors in America. New York Branch Baltimore : 1921 Page Count: 32 pages|
|Descendants of Arthur Smith "The Quaker," of Southold and Setauket, NY, Islaip Town Branch of Bay Shore, NY By Alvin R. L. Smith, 78 pages|
|A Family History of Arthur, Samuel and Daniel Smith, Town Clerk: Descendants of Arthue Smith, The Quaker including the story of "The House On The Hill." Compiled by Elinor R. Bryant, 104 pages|
|The Smiths of Smithtown: Charles Hilton Brown, Order of Colonial Lords of Manors in America. 1927|
|Sprague families in America:
Sprague, Warren Vincent, 614
of the Sprague families of Rhode Island : cotton manufacturers and
calico printers, from William I to William IV : with an account of the
murder of the late Amasa Sprague, father of Hon. Wm. Sprague, ex-U.S.
senator from Rhode Island, Santa Cruz:
H. Coffin, book and job printer,
Knight, Benjamin, 77
|Genealogy of the Sprague families in America : as descended from Edward
Sprague of England, from 1614 : with the wills of Edward Sprague and
that of his son, William, who settled in Hingham, Mass., in 1636 Worcester, Mass,
Sprague, Augustus B. R., 50
genealogy of the Sprague's in Hingham : arranged in chronological
order, to the fourth generation, counting from William Sprague, one of
the first planters in Massachusetts, who arrived at Naumkeag from
England, in the year 1628 : to which is prefixed a short account of the
first settlement of this country before the arrival of the old charter
in 1630. Hingham Mass.:
Sprague, Hosea, 68
|The Spragues of Malden, Massachusetts: Boston, Chamberlain, George Walter,
|The Ralph Sprague genealogy: Barre. Vt.
1913, Sprague, Edward George,
|Supplemental to Sprague families in America: Grafton, N.D.,
|Hon. Seth Sprague of Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts : his descendants down to the sixth generation and his reminiscences of the old colony town, 1915, Weston, William Bradford, 182 pgs.|
memoirs of the Stilwell family : comprising the life and times of Nicholas
Stilwell, the common ancestor of the numerous families bearing that surname,
with some account of his brothers John and Jasper, and incidentally a sketch
of the history of Manhattan Island and its vicinity under the Dutch, with
some contributions to a genealogy of the family New York: National Print.
Co., 1878, Stilwell, Benjamin Marshall. 290 pgs.
history of Captain Richard Stillwell, son of Lieutenant Nicholas Stillwell,
and his descendants New York: Stillwell, John E. , 1930, 337 pgs.
history of Lieutenant Nicholas Stillwell, progenitor of the Stillwell
family in America : with some notices of the family in the kingdom of Great
BritainNew York: unknown, 1929, Stillwell, John E 194 pgs.
and genealogical record of one branch of the Stilwell family Solvay,
N.Y.Stilwell, Dewitt.: Martin Press, 1914, 108 pgs.
|The history of the descendants of Elder John Strong, of Northampton,
Mass.: Albany, J. Munsell, 1871, Dwight, Benjamin Woodbridge, 1680 pgs.
|The Strong family: San Diego, Calif, 1940, Jarvis, May Tibbetts, 41
|The Strongs of Strongsville : descendants of John Stoughton Strong and
Eliphalet Strong: Fort Dodge, Iowa, 1931, Strong, Albert, 93 pgs.
|Elder John Strong and his descendants: Strong, Edward, Newtown, MA 3 pgs
Rycken, the progenitor of the Suydam family in America - A Monograph
By Rev. J. Howard Suydam, D.D. Published By Request. The Knickerbocker
Press, New York, 1898, 1st Edition. Illustrated with a photographic
frontispiece, two full-page plates, and a drawing of the Rycken and Suydam
Coat-Of-Arms. Hendrick Rycken was a blacksmith who emigrated to New Netherlands
in 1663 and later settled in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Branches of the family
also settled in Oyster Bay and Centerport, Long Island, New York: Knickerbocker
Press, 1898, Suydam, J. Howard, 46 pgs.
of the Swasey family which includes the descendants of the Swasey families
of Southold, Long Island, New York and the descendants of the Swayze
families of Roxbury, now Chester, New Jersey Cleveland, Ohio: Ambrose Swasey,
1910, 566 pgs.
of Horace Ebenezer and Emma (Babcock) Horton, New York: T.A. Wright,
Horton, Horace Ebenezer, 1920, 117 pgs.
English founders of the Terry family London:
H.K. Terry & Co., 18--?, 51 pgs.
of James Wilson Yates and his wife Nancy Davis Terry : showing
Mayflower descent from John Alden, Myles Standish, William Mullines, Alice
Mullines, Priscilla Mullines, from Rev. Nathaniel Brewster and through
the Drakes, from nearly all the royal families of Europe New York: F.H.
Hitchcock, 1926, Frost, Josephine C. 96 pgs. NOTE:
"Only fifty copies of this book have were printed. Includes bibliographical
references and index.
of Terry families in the United States of America : mainly descended
from Samuel, of Springfield, Mass., but including also some descended from
Stephen, of Windsor, Conn., Thomas, of Freetown, Mass., and others Hartford,
Conn.: Published by the compiler, Terry, Stephen, 1887, 353
genealogy : the descendants of William and Margaret Thomson, first
settled in that part of Windsor, Connecticut, now East Windsor and Ellington,
1720-1915 : including many of the names of Chandler, Trumbull, Marsh, Pelton,
Allen, Harper, Osborn, Hooker, Ellsworth, Stiles, Phelps, Bartlett, etc.
United States: Thompson Family Association, 1915, Elliott,
Mary Ann Thompson, 545 pgs.
Thompson family in Maine, New Hampshire and the West Concord, N.H.:
Rumford Printing Co., 1907, Sinnett, Charles N., 311 pgs.
of James and Martha Thompson of Pelham, Mass. : seven generations and
two centuries of Thompsons, many of whom settled in New York, Iowa, Utah,
Wisconsin and Illinois Eastchester, N.Y.: Amy, Henry Joseph, 55 pgs.
Thompson : the emigrant of Elsinborough, Salem County, New Jersey,
and one line of his descendants Albany, N.Y.: Weed-Parsons Print. Co.,
1910, Thompson, D. A., 47 pgs.
of David Thompson, a Revolutionary War soldier Washington, D.C.: Printing
by Georgetown Press, 1938, Thompson, Joseph Wesley, 156 pgs.
histories of George Thompson and Eliza Jane (Jennie) Sells and their descendants:
Provo, Utah, Dept. of Extension Publications, Brigham Young University,
family record: Burrell, A. H., 1917, 24 pgs.
of Deacon John Thompson, of Mercer, Maine : with genealogical notes
of his descendants Farmington, Me.: Printed by the Franklin Journal Co.,
1920, Thompson, John, 155 pgs.
of David and Amyes (Colle) Thomson and their son John : ten generations
of Thomsons descended from David, who died on Thompson's Island in Massachusetts
Bay, and his son John, of Mendon, Massachusetts Eastchester, N.Y.: Amy,
Henry Joseph, 215 pgs.
account of the family of William Thomson (Thompson) of Hunterdon County,
New Jersey, and his descendants Chicago, Ill.: Stevenson, George Urie,
1939, 24 pgs.
Thompson family : Scotch covenanters who came from Scotland to Ireland,
and thence, in 1735, to America, settling first in the Cumberland Valley
and east of Harrisburg, and subsequently at and about Thompsontown, Juniata
County, Pennsylvania. Pottsville, Pa.: Thompson, Heber Samuel, 1887, 21
|History of the Thompson family, from 1637 to 1860 Boston: Goodspeed's Bookshop, 1927, Thompson, Asa A., 11 pgs.|
|The Tucker genealogy : a record of Gilbert Ruggles and Evelina Christina (Snyder) Tucker, their ancestors and descendants
Chicago: Morris, Tyler Seymour,, 1901, 325 pgs.
|Genealogy of the Tucker family from various authentic sources: Worcester, Mass.: F.S. Blanchard, 1895, Tucker, Ephraim, 440 pgs.
|Nettie's diary: the 1880's diary of Nettie
Ketcham; a young lady living
on the south shore of New York's Long Island. A wonderful first person
account of life on Long Island as a young lady in the 1800s.
Nettie lived in Center Moriches. when the built during the period when
the Long Island Railroad was built. Her Diary was begun abt 12
yrs of age, poor spelling and all is verbatium. Her real
name was Antoinette Penny Ketcham 1868-1938. She married Will
Tooker from across the street. Edited by Van and Mary
Field, for the Ketcham Inn Foundation, Inc.
|The Memoirs of John Tooker of Long Island - Begun in 1938 and revised in 1954
|Genealogy of the Townshend-Townsend
Family, Copy of typewritten book by Reily Leon Townseng. The first page states this
is the second printing, containing over 4,000 names in the index. These are
the descendants of John Townshend of Virginia beginning in 1732, copy originally
purchased from Emerson Books, El Cajon, CA
| Notes on the Townsend
family Salem, by Henry F.Waters, Printed for the Essex Institute,
1883, 44 pgs.
| Townsend genealogy
: a record of the descendants of John Townsend, 1743-1821, and of his wife,
Jemima Travis, 1746-1832, by Cleveland Abbe, New York: F. Allaben Genealogical
Co., 1909, 106 pgs.
| The direct ancestry and posterity of
Judge Charles Townsend, a pioneer of Buffalo, N.Y. : with biographies
of the individuals of the nineteen successive generations thus included,
and other matters of interest to the Townsend family Orange, by Charles Townsend, N.J., 1897, 62 pgs.
| The genealogy and
history of the Solomon Townsend family, 1754-1962 : concerning Solomon
Townsend and his wife Rachel Howell, Virginia born children of Revolutionary
War soldiers, their forbears and progeny, the settlement founded by them in
Columbia Township, Meigs County, Ohio in 1819, and including a genealogical
chart of eight generations of their family covering the period 1754 to 1962,
by Hollis L. Townsend, Private print.,
1962, 203 pgs.
| A memorial of
John, Henry, and Richard Townsend, and their descendants Kerrville,
Tex., by James Cock Townsend, Braswell Print. Co., 1969, 293 pgs.
1066-1909 : the history, genealogy and alliances of the English and
American house of Townsend, by Margaret Townsend, New York: Press of Broadway
Pub. Co., 1909, 141 pgs.
Townsend of Tyringham, Massachusetts : his ancestors and descendants,
with allied lines, Tolman, Sill, Skinner, Hitchcock, by Marian Sill Cummings, Bennett and Hiller
East Cleveland, Ohio: Waterbury Press, 1932, 55 pgs.
of Edward Tre(a)dwell through his son John, Authors: William A. Robbins,
Elizabeth Ellen Schnebly Treadwell, City of Publication: New York
Publisher: T.A. Wright Press Date: 1911 Page Count: 119 pages.
"Edition of one hundred copies." Compiled mainly from data collected by
Elizabeth Ellen Schnebly Treadwell. Cf. leaf . "Reprinted from the New
York genealogical and biographical record, April, 191." Includes bibliographical
references and index.
seven generations : a rescript of Treadwell and Platt genealogy, Author:
A. C. Maltbie, City of Publication: Syracuse, N.Y. Publisher:
School Bulletin Print. Office Date: 1883 Page Count: 35 leaves
Treadwell of Ipswich, Mass., and some of his descendants, Author: William
A. Robbins, City of Publication: Boston Publisher:
Press of D. Clapp & Son Date:1906 Page Count: 26
leaves. Notes: "Reprinted from the N.E. hist. and gen. register, vol. 60"
Vail of Huntington, L.I.: showing his descent from Joseph (2) Vail,
son of Thomas Vail at Salem Massachusetts 1640, together with collateral
lines, Author: Vail, William Penn, 1947, 526 pgs.
Vanderbilt legend : the story of the Vanderbilt family, 1794-1940 New
York: Author: Wayne Andrews Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1941, 477 pgs.
Vanderbilts and the story of their fortune: Chicago, Belford, Clarke
& Co., Author: W. A. Croffut 1886, 333 pgs.
genealogy of the Van Voorhees family in America, or, The
descendants of Stephen Coerte Van Voorhees of Holland and Flatlands, L.I.
Van Voorhis, Elias William Published by G.P. Putnam's Sons :, 1888,
first. Genealogy of the Van Voorhees Family in America
second. The grandchildren of Steven Coerte Van Voorhees (of Holland and
Flatlands, L. I.) and their descendants.
|Notes on the ancestry of Major Wm. Roe Van Voorhis of Fishkill, Duchess, County, New York: Author Van Voorhis, Elias W, Originally for private distribution only, 1881, 255 pgs.|
|The Verity Family of Long Island, NY, First Edition, 1976, Richard P Baldwin
Weekes : genealogy of the family of George Weekes, of Dorchester, Mass.,
1635-1650 : with some information in regard to other families of the same
name, especially, Thomas, of Huntington, L.I., and Nathaniel, of Falmouth
and Hardwick, Mass. Newark, N.J.: Robert D. Weekes, Press of L.J.
Hardham, 1885, 451 pgs.
Weekes, emigrant to America 1635 : and the lineage of his descendant,
Thomas Wickes of Huntington, Long Island Orange, N.J. Stephen Wickes, 1904,
Weekes, emigrant to America 1635 : and the lineage to his descendant,
Thomas Wickes of Huntington, Long Island, by Stephen Wickes : proof-sheets
of the index, with corrections, E. W. Blatchford, 1905, 22 pgs.
Wells of Southhold and his descendants,
A.D. 1638 to 1878 Buffalo, N.Y.: Hayes, Charles Wells, 1878, 303
of the Welles family in England and Normandy : with the derivation
from their progenitors of some of the descendants in the United States
: illustrated with steel plate portraits and plates of coats armorial,
and seals of the Bishops Hugo and Jocelyn de Welles New York: A. Welles,
1876, Welles, Albert, 333 pgs.
of the Wells family, of Wells, Maine: Milwaukee, Press of Burdick
& Armitage, 1874, Wells, Charles K., 80 pgs.
and descendants of Colonel Daniel Wells (1760-1815) of Greenfield,
Massachusetts: Philadelphia, Wells, Samuel Calvin, , 1912,
Wells family papers: abt 1910, 64 pgs.
ancestry of Edward Wells of Quincy, Illinois : with a sketch of his
life Chicago: F. Wells, 1900, Woodwell, Lucy Elizabeth , 244 pgs.
and allied families : genealogical and biographical New York: The Society,
1927, 333 pgs.
of the Wells family and families related: Milwaukee: S.E. Tate
& Co., 1903, Wells-Cushing, Gertrude W., 227 pgs.
history of the family of Joseph Wells: Bleistein, Elizabeth Wells,
of Gen. James Wells and descendants: Cincinnati, Webb Stationery,
c1892, Roe, Mary Josephine, 141 pgs.
Wells family: Milwaukee, Wis., Cramer-Krasselt Co., Norris, D. W.,
West family register : important lines traced 1326-1928 Washington,
D.C.: W.F. Roberts Co., 1928, Stone, Letta Brock, 538 pgs.
West family : with descendants of Eleazer West, 1752-1798: Goshen,
N.Y. Dallas, Tex.: Comstock, E. B., 1931, 23 pgs.
|History of the West family: Abram and Sina West (1806-1930), 81 pgs.|
of the descendants of John Whitman of Weymouth, Massachusetts:
New Haven, Conn., Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1889, Farnam, Charles
Henry, 1262 pgs.
of John Whitman and his descendants: Portland, Printed
by C. Day & Co., 1832, Whitman, Ezekiel, 44 pgs.
|George Wightman of Quidnessett, R.I. (1632-1721/2) and descendants : Waitman, Weightman, Whiteman, Whitman, Whytman, Wightman, Wyghtman Chicago, Ill., Chauncey Leonard Whitman, 1939, Whitman, Mary Ross, 486 pgs.|
genealogy and history of the family of Williams in America : more particularly
of the descendants of Robert Williams, of Roxbury Greenfield: Printed by
Merriam & Mirick, 1847, Williams, Stephen W., 446 pgs.
life, ancestors and descendants of Robert Williams of Roxbury in His Majesty's
province of Massachusetts Bay in New England, 1607-1693 : with biographical
sketches of the Rev. John Williams, of the Deerfield Massacre, the Rev.
Col. Elisha Williams, rector Yale College, 1726-1739, Col. Ephraim Williams,
founder of Williams College, Col. William Williams, signer of the Declaration,
the Hon. Thomas Scott Williams, chief justice of Connecticut, the Rt. Rev.
John Williams, D.D., bishop of Connecticut, and of many other descendants
: together with a description and history of the coat-of-arms of the family
Washington, D.C.: W.F. Roberts
Co., 1934, Williams, Harrison, 227 pgs.
of the Williams family : descendants of John Williams of Neath, Glamorganshire,
Wales Chicago: Williams, J. Fletcher, 1897, 94 pgs.
genealogy of Williams families: Brookline, Mass., J.O. Williams,
1938, Williams, John Oliver, 237 pgs.
|The Williams families of Henry County, Tennessee: Paris, Tenn., E.R. Williams, Williams, E. Ray, 164 pgs.|
genealogy : the Woodhull family in England and America, Philadelphia:
H.T. Coates & Co., Mary Gould Woodhull 1904, 447 pgs
records : being some account of the ancestry of my father and mother,
Charles William Woolsey and Jane Eliza Newton.
Haven, Conn.: Author: Eliza Newton Woolsey Howland, Tuttle, Morehouse
& Taylor Press, c1900, 301 pgs. .
of George Wood Woolsey and wife Sarah Nelson Woolsey, Author: Hester
Woolsey Brewer,Rutland, Vt.: Tuttle Pub. Co., c1940, 134 pgs.
Lloyd Woolsey, lieutenant, Continental Army, major, New York levies,
brigadier general, Clinton County militia : a memoir Champlain N.Y.: Priv.
Print. at the Moorsfield Press, Author: M. Lloyd Woolsey, 1929, 37
pgs. "One hundred and thirty copies of this memoir were printed by
of the Wright family who are descendants of Samuel Wright (1722-1789)
of Lenox, Mass. with lineage back to Thomas Wright (1610-1670) of Wethersfield,
Conn. and showing a direct line to John Wright, Lord of Kelvedon
Hall, Essex England Denver, Colo.: Wright, William Henry, abt 1913,
Wright family of Oysterbay, L.I. with the ancestry of and descent from
Peter Wright and Nicholas Wright, 1423-1923 New York: Perrine, Howland
Delano,, 1923, 288 pgs.
and biographical notices of descendants of Sir John Wright of Kelvedon
Hall, Essex England, in America, Thomas Wright of Wethersfield, Conn.,
Samuel Wright, of Northampton, Mass., 1610-1670, 1614 -1665 Carthage, Mo.:
Wright, Curtis,, 1915, 320 pgs.
Wright family : descendants of the Wryta family of Bayeux, Normandy,
to England in 1066, with some of the descendants in America of the Kelvedon
line of Sir John Wright, of Kelvedon Hall, County Essex, England, and of
the Kilvestone line of Sir Thomas Wright, of Kilvestone Hall, County Norfolk,
England, with additional genealogies of the Turner, Belsher, Riley, Lingo,
and Blakely families.: Wright, George William, 1929, 99 pgs.
seats and arms : being an heraldic and genealogical account of the
American, English, Irish, and Scotch houses of the Wright family. London:
Harrington Square Heraldic Office, 1912, 11 pgs.
of the Wright family : descendants of Richard Wright, Sr., whose will
was probated in Rowan County, North Carolina on February 8, 1785 : some
genealogy of the Morgan, Sears, Kutch, Hazel and Sanders families Bloomington,
Ind., White, Lillie Elizabeth Wright Lane, 162 pgs.
family ties : some ancestral lines of Marcus S. Wright, Jr. and Alice
Olden Wright South River, N.J.: Wright, Marcus S., 132 pgs.
and genealogy from year 1795, date John and Janet Orr Wright arrived
in the New World : and showing family connection of Wrights-McCrearys-Cooks,
line of Stephen Mott Wright : from Nicholas Wright, the colonial ancestor
New York: Lotus Press, 1899, Whittemore, Henry, 24 pgs.
of the Wright family from 1639 to 1901 : eight generations Middletown,
Conn.: Pelton & King, printers and bookbinders, 1901, Wright, Henry
William, 16 pgs.
and Elizabeth Wright of Bedford County, Virginia, and Columbiana County,
Ohio DeWitt, N.Y.: Wright, Jay B., 22 pgs.
Revolutionary soldiers and their descendants : Alexander Sleeth, Gabriel
Wright, David Smith, John Hacker Avard, Okla.: Roberts, Eloise M., 1924,
|Ancestors-descendants, James Wilson Wright, Sr. who married Cynthia Rebecca Jones : Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Hopewell, Va.: Doutt's Print Shop, 1954, 26 pgs.|
family : Vicar Christopher Yonges, his ancestors in England and his
descendants in America : a history and genealogy New York: unknown, Selah
Youngs, 1907, 442 pgs.
Christopher Yonges and Pastor John Youngs : Thomas Youngs of Oyster
Bay and his descendants : the 250th anniversary of Pastor Youngs'
settlement. Oyster Bay: Daniel Kelsey Youngs, 1890, 143 pgs.