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AMERICAN AND ENGLISH 
GENEALOGIES '" 

IN THE 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 



Preliminary Catalogue 



COMPILED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE 
CHIEF OF THE CATALOGUE DIVISION 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1910 






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PREFATORY NOTE. 

This catalogue contains titles of American and English genealogies 
received prior to May 1, 1910, and a few later accessions incorporated 
while the work was in press. 

As the list is based on the shelf catalogue in card form being devel- 
oped in connection with the recataloguing of the library, only gene- 
alogies published in separate form have, as a rule, been included. 
Articles or notices on families which have appeared in periodicals or 
collective works, and works of a genealogical nature classed with local 
history or biography have, with a few exceptions, been omitted. 

The works are arranged alphabetically by names of families, and 
under each family chronologically. The Index to the New England 
historical and genealogical register has been followed quite closely 
in the spelling of the family names. In the analytical work it has 
been the aim to give references from the allied families to the main 
family, where several generations are fully given. 

The original entries have been prepared by various assistants in 
the Catalogue Division, chiefly under the supervision of Miss M. A. 
Gilkey, to whom also has been intrusted the compilation and editing 
of the work in its present form. She has been assisted in the proof- 
reading by Miss Grey Patterson. 

J. C. M, Hanson 
Chief of Catalogue Division 

Herbert Putnam 

Librarian of Congress 

Washington, D. C, May, 1910 



After each title are given: 

(a) At the left the serial numbers of the Library of Congress catalogue cards. 

(b) At the right, in antique type, the call numbers, according to the Library of 
Congress classification. 

Sizes of books are given in centimeters. For the convenience of those accustomed 
to the numerical symbol (format) the following comparative table is appended 
herewith: 

Format. Centimeters. 

48° 1 -10 

32° 10 -12J 

24° 12^-15 

16° 15 -17i 

12° 17^-20 

8° 20-25 

4° 25-30 

Fol 30 - 

Abbreviations which may require explanation are the following: 

1 leaf or leaves. 

n. p no place of publication. 

p page or pages. 

p. 1 preliminary leaf or leaves preceding the paging. 

pi plate. 

t. p title-page. 

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1 Abbot. 

A genealogical register of the descendants of George Abbot, 
of Andover; George Abbot, of Rowley; Thomas Abbot, of An- 
dover; Arthur Abbot, of Ipswich; Robert Abbot, of Branford, 
Ct. — and George Abbot, of Norwalk, Ct. Comp. by Rev. Abiel 
Abbot, D. D. and Rev. Ephraim Abbot. Boston, J. Munroe and 
company, 1847. 
XX, 197 p. 23i«". 

CS71.A12 1847 
9-6888t 

2 Descendants of George Abbott, of Rowley, Mass., of his 

joint descendants with George Abbot, sr., of Andover, Mass., of 
the descendants of Daniel Abbott, of Providence, R. I. ; of some 
of the descendants of Capt. Thomas Abbott, of Andover, Mass. ; 
of George Abbott, of Norwalk, Ct. ; of Robert Abbott, of Bran- 
ford, Ct. ; with brief notes of many others of the name, original 
settlers in the United States. By Maj. Lemuel Abijah Ab- 
bott . . . Published by the compiler. [Boston, T. R. Marvin 
& son, printers] 1906. 
2 V. frontB. (ports.) illus., plates (2 col.) geneal. tables. 24"™. 

CS71.Ald 1906 

6-29083 

8 Abeel. 

The Abeel and alhed families. Comp. by Henry Whittemore. 
[New York] 1899. 
24 p. illuB. 27<"". 
Descendants of Christopher Janse Abeel, Albany, N. Y., 1621-1684, 



1-19630 



CS71.A13 1890 



Abel. See also Bliss. cs7i.Be6 I88i 

Hyde. CS71.H993 1864 

Aberdeen, Earls of. See Gordon. 

Abergavenny. See also Neville. cs4d9.N30 

Abot. See Abbot. 

Aboyne, Earls of. See Gordon. 0S479.Gm 1908 

Ache. See also Boehm. OS71.B67 1903 

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

4 Achenbach. 

Family memorial of John Phillip Achenbach and descendants 
in the United States. [Comp. by Mrs. Sarah Jane (Kline) Houtz. 
Topeka, The Mail printing house, printers, 189-] 

39 p. illus., incl. ports. 22^'''°. 

CS71.A17 189- 

7-30337 

Acheson. See Atchison. 

Ackerly. See also Haviland. F127.W5P3 

Ackley. See also Hall. CS71.H177 1902 

Adair. See also Agnew. DA880.G1A3 

Adam. See Adams. 

5 Adams. 

Genealogy of the Adam family, by Wilham Adam . . . 
Albany, J. Munsell, 1848. 
16 p. 22<"". 
Descendants of John Adam, 1714-1802. 

CS71.A2 1848 

9-6886t 

5a The genealogy of the descendants of several ancient Pur- 
itans, by the name of Adams, Bullard, Holbrook, Rockwood, 
Sanger, Wood, Grout, Goulding, and Twitchell. By Rev. 
Abner Morse . . . Boston, The author, 1857. 

2 p. 1. 355 p. front., ports. 24"™. (His Genealogical register, v. 1.) 

F63.M88 vol.1 

6 Genealogy of the Adams family, of Kingston, Mass. Col- 
lected and compiled by George Adams . . . Boston, Pub. by 
the descendants of Francis Adams, 1861. 

64 p. 24"™. 

Blank leaves at end. 

Assisted by his son, Theodore P. Adams. 

Descendants of Francis Adams, 1677-1758. 



CS71.A2 1861 



9-6885t 



Memoir of the family of Sir John ap Adam, of Badamscourt 

. . . (In Strigulensia . . . By George Ormerod . . . London, 

1861. 24«'". Art. xii, p. 96-108) 

DA145.076 

Genealogy of John Adams and his descendants. With notes 



and incidents . . . [Comp. by Gardner Adams] Frankhn, Mass., 
G. Adams, 1874. 

139 p. 19Jt<"°. 

CS71.A2 1874 

9-6884t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 7 

Adams — Continued. 
9 History of the Thomas Adams and Thomas Hastings fami- 
lies, of Amherst, Massachusetts. By Herbert Baxter Adams 

Amherst, Mass., Priv. print., 1880. 

66 p. geneal. tab. 20^"". 

CS71.A2 1880 

1-27663 

10 Some descendants of William Adams of Ipswich, Mass. 

By W. S. Appleton. Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1881. 

ip. 1., 8p., 11. 25""". 

CS71.A2 1881 

9-6883t 

11 History of the Adams family, with biographical sketches 

of distinguished descendants of the several American ancestors, 
including collateral branches. Comp. by Henry Whittemore. 
New York, W. McDonald & co., 1893. 

84 p. illus., porta. 25^"°'. 

Descendants of Henry Adams of Braintree, Mass., d. 1646. 

CS71.A2 1893 
9-6882t 

12 The descendants of James and William Adams, of London- 
derry, now Derry, N. H. Also a brief account of the families of 
Robert Cochran and Joseph Morrison of Londonderry, and of 
Dea. Thomas Cochran of New Boston, N. H. Comp. by Andrew 
N. Adams . . . Rutland [Vt.] The Tuttle co., printers, 1894. 
87 p. front., pi., porta., map. 23J'"°. 

CS71.A2 1894 
8-26n3t 

13 A history of the Adams and Evarts families. By J. M. 

Adams . . . Chatham, N. Y., The Courier printing house, 1894. 

1 p. 1., [5^81, [1] p., 1 1. 22"'°. 

Cover-title: History of the Adams, Evarts, Merriman, and White families. 
Descendants of Stephen Olney Adams, 1620-1718, John Evarts, b. 1601, 
Nathaniel Merriman, 1613-1693, and John White, d. 1683. 

CS71.A2 1894a 

9-C879t 

14 Genealogy and history of a part of the Newbury Adams 

family, formerly of Devonshire, England, being the descendants 
of Robert Adams and wife Eleanor . . . By I. Smith Adams. 
Calais, Me., The Calais advertiser office, 1895. 

61 p. 22^'^"'. 

Eighth generation, p. 25-28 wanting: p. 29-32 duplicated. 

CS71.A2 1895 

8-261 52t 

16 Agenealogicalhistory of Henry Adams, of Braintree, Mass., 

and his descendants; also John Adams, of Cambridge, Mass., 



8 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

16 Adams — Continued. 

1632-1897. Comp. and ed. byAndrew N.Adams . . . Rutland, 
Vt., The Tuttle company, printers, 1898. 

V, [3], 1238 p. front., ports. 24i<'»». 

CS71.A2 1898 

8-26115t 

16 A genealogical history of Robert Adams, of Newbury, 

Mass., and his descendants, 1635-1900 . . . Comp. and ed. by 
Andrew N. Adams. Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle co., printers, 1900. 

vi, 564 p. front., port. 25"°'. 

CS71.A2 1900 

1-2208 

16a Founding and organization of the Daughters of the 

American revolution and Daughters of the revolution . . . 
Philadelphia, Independence pub. co. [1901] 

207 p. front., port. 25''™. 

Contains a chapter on the Daughters of 1812, and one on the Adams ancestry 

in Europe and America. 

E202.6.A19 

May 23, 1901-27. 

17 A genealogical history of the family of Adams of Cavan, 

etc., by the late Rev. Benjamin WilUam Adams, d.d. Ed. 
and rev. by Maxwell Richard William Peers Adams . . . Lon- 
don, Mitchell and Hughes, 1903. 

2 p. 1., 63 p. illus. 27"". 

Reprinted from "Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica." 

CS499.A3 

8-26233 

18 Memoir of Charles Kendall Adams, by James Davie 

Butler^. . . Worcester, Mass., The Hamilton press, 1905. 

12 p . , 'll . front . (port . ) 25 J'''" . 

Reprinted from Proceedings of the American antiquarian society, April 26, 
1905. 
"Adams lineage line": p. [13] 

6-40998 

See also Bavis. CS71.B374 1880 

Chappell. CS71.C467 1900 

Gill. CS439.G46 

Habersham. cs71.hii4 1901 

Robinson. CS71.R66 1894 

Thayer. CS71.T37 1835 

Vinton. CS71.V79 1858a 

19 Adgate. 

Old famiUes of Norwich, Connecticut, mdclx to mdccc. 

Comp. by Mary E. Perkins. Genealogies, v. 1, pt. 1. Adgate; 

Backus; Baldwin; Bingham. Norwich, Conn., 1900. 

25i«°». 

F104.N93P3 

May 16, 1901-78 



AMEBICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 9 

20 Agnew. 

History of the life of D. Hayes Agnew . . . By J. Howe 
Adams, m. d. Philadelphia and London, The F. A. Davis com- 
pany, 1892. 

vii, 376 p. 4 pi. (1 col.) 9 port. (incl. front.) facsim. 25<"". 

Lineage of the Agnew family, p. 1-35. 

Itl54.A3A2 

7-2421 5t 

21 The Agnews of Lochnaw. (In The hereditary sheriffs of 

Galloway ... by the late Sir Andrew Agnew . . . Edinburgh, 

1893. 23*"") 

DA880.G1A2 

3-28044 

See also Irvin. CS7 1.172 1908 



22 Ains worth. 

Genealogy of the Ainsworth families in America. Comp. by 
Francis J. Parker . . . Boston, Printed for the compiler, 1894. 
2 p. 1., 212 p. pi. 23i'"°. 
Descendants of Edward Ainsworth, 16627-1741. 

CS71.A20 1804 

9-6880t , 

Akeriuan. See also Robinson. CS71.B66 1894 

23 Albert, prince consort of Queen Victoria, 1819-1861. 

The ancestry of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, and of His 
Royal Highness Prince Albert. Comprised in thirty-two tables, 
with biographical memoirs and heraldic notices. By George 
Russell French . . . London, W. Pickering, 1841. 

xviii, [2], 411, [1] p. incl. geneal. tables. IQ""". 

DA666.F87 

3-26012 

Albertson. See also Powell. ri27.L8B0 

Albini. See also Arundel. CS439.A7 

Brown. CS439.B86 1903 

24 Albree. 

The tradition of the old weaver's clock; a study of colonial 
time-keeping, by John Albree, jr. ... Read before the Med- 
ford historical society, October 11, 1902. Privately printed. 
[Medford, Mass., Press of J. C. Miller, jr., 1903] 

16 p. front., 2 pi., facsim. 24^"™. 

"Reprinted, with additions, from the 'Historical register,' vol. vi, no. 1, 
January, 1903, pub. by the Medford, Mass. historical society." 

"The wedding spoon": p. [13J-16. 

CS71.A34 1903 

9-15588 

Alcock. See also Sandys. 0S71.S22 1897 

25 Alcott. 

Family of Asa AUcott, comp. by Charles Allcott Flagg. 
Albany, N. Y., 1899. 

43, [5] p., 1 1. incl. front, (port.) 23"°". 

CS71.A36 1899 

1-17834 



10 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Alcott — Continued . 

26 The Alcotts in Harvard, by Annie M. L. Clark. Lancaster, 

Mass., J. CL. Clark, 1902. 

43, [1] p. front., pi., faceim. 20 x W"^. 

CS71.A36 1902 

2-22201 

27 Alden. 

Memorial of the descendants of the Hon. John Alden. By 
Ebenezer Alden, m. d. . . . Kandolph, Mass., Printed by S. P. 
Brown for the family, 1867. 

2 p. 1., 164 p. 23<='°. 

CS71.A36 1867 

9-6887t 

28 The story of a Pilgrim family. From the Mayflower to 

the present time; with autobiography, recollections, letters, 
incidents, and genealogy of the author. Rev. John Alden, in 
his 83d year. Introduction by Rev. Frederick Denison . . . 
1620-1889. Boston, J. H. Earle, 1890. 

429, [12] p. front, (port.) illus. 23'=°'. 

CS71.A36 1800 

9-6881t 

29 Pilgrim Alden; the story of the life of the first John Alden 

in America, with the interwoven story of the life & doings of the 
Pilgrim colony, and some account of later Aldens, prepared 
under the direction of Augustus E. Alden . . . Boston, J. H. 
Earle & company [^902] 

4 p. 1., [13J-232 p. front., pi., facsim. IQi*"". 

CS71.A36vl902 

3-9360 

30 The descendants of Polly and Ebenezer Alden, who were 

sixth in descent from John Alden, the Pilgrim; by their grand- 
sons Ebenezer Alden and Henry Shaw, M. d. With original 
records not before printed . . . Boston, G. H. Ellis co., printers, 
1903. 

101 p. front, (port.) plates, facsim. 23i''™. 
Partly interleaved. 

CS71.A36 1903 

4-6750 

31 The ancestors and descendants of Isaac Alden and Irene 

Smith, his wife (1599-1903) by Harriet Chapin Fielding. [East 
Orange? N. J., "1903] 

144 p. front., ports., facsims. 23^""°. 

CS71.A36 1903a 

4-3971 

32 Eliab Alden of Middleborough, Massachusetts, and Cairo, 

New York; his Alden ancestors and his descendants; comp. by 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 11 

32 Alden — Continued. 

Charles Henry Alden . . . Boston, Printed for private circu- 
lation [T. R. Marvin & son] 1905. 
55 p. front. 24J^'=°». 
"Edition limited to two hundred copiea printed from type." 

CS71.A36 1906 

6-29982 

32a John Alden of Ashfield, Mass., and Chautauqua County, 

New York. His Alden ancestors and his descendants. Comp. 
by Frank Wesley Alden, Delaware, Ohio. [n. p.] Printed for 
private circulation, 1909. 
84 p. plates, port. 23^ "°'. 

CS71.A36 1909 

10-9709 

See also Ames. OS71.A6 1898 

Flagg. CS71.F674 1903 

Johnson. CS71.J7 1896 

Robinson. CS71.R66 1894 

Thayer. CS71.T36 1836 

Vinton. OS71.V79 1868a 

33 Aldis. 

The Aldis family of Dedham, Wrentham, Roxbury and Frank- 
. hn, Massachusetts, 1640-1800. By Frederick H. Whitin . . . 
P)edham] Dedham transcript press, 1905. 
28 p. 23J=°». 
Descendants of Nathan Aldis, fl. 1640-1675. 

CS71.A37 1906 

5-27476 

Aldrich. See also Flagg. CS71.F674 1903 

Aid worth. See also Salisbury. cs7i.si67 1886 

34 Alexander. 

Memorials of the Earl of Stirling and of the house of Alexander. 
By the Rev. Charles Rogers . . . Edinburgh, W. Paterson, 1877. 
2 V. front, (port.) illns., facaim, 23*'™. 

CS479.A6 

1-12443 

35 A record of the descendants of John Alexander, of Lanark- 
shire, Scotland, and his wife, Margaret Glasson, who emigrated 
from county Armagh, Ireland, to Chester County, Pennsylvania, 
A. D. 1736. By the Rev. John E. Alexander . . . Philadelphia, 
A. Martien, 1878. 

220 p. 23^=°^. 

CS71.A38 1878 

8-26161t 



12 LIBEARY OF CONGRESS 

Alexander — Continued . 
36 Biographical sketches of the early settlers of the Hope- 
well section and reminiscences of the pioneers and their de- 
scendants by families . . . Written at the request of revolu- 
tionary descendants by J. B. Alexander, m. d. Charlotte, N. C, 
Observer printing and pubhshing house, 1897. 

104 p. front, (port.) 23^'='°. 
Alexander family, p. 10-23. 
Davidson family, p. 24-45. 

F264.H8A3 

1-2603 

37 The Alexanders of Maine. By De Alva Stanwood Alex- 
ander. Buffalo, New York, The Peter Paul book co., 1898. 
7 p. 1., 129 p. front., pi., port., map. 22^"™. 
Descendants of David Alexander, fl. 1730. 

CS71.A38 1898 

1-17526 

38 Records of a family of the house of Alexander, from 1640 to 

1909, by Frances Alexander Butterworth. Chicago, 111., 1909. 

5 p. 1., 87, [3] p. front., plates, ports. 21<"°. 
Descendants of Wm. Alexander, of Maryland, fl. 1670. 

CS71.A38 1909 

9-17322 

38a The Alexander letters, 1787-1900. Savannah, Ga., Priv. 

print, for G. J. Baldwin, 1910. 

387 p. front., ports., fold, geneal. tab. 251"°. 

Selections from the correspondence of six sisters and four brothers, children 
of Adam Leopold Alexander and his wife, Sarah Hillhouse Gilbert. — cf. 
Foreword. 

"The letters have been selected and arranged by Marion Alexander Boggs. 
This edition is limited to one hundred and thirty-one copies." This copy not 
numbered. Four blank leaves at end of text for "Memoranda." 

10-14246 

See also Dinkins. CS71.D585 1908 

Junkin. CS71.J95 1908 

Alford. See Alvord. 

Alfriend. See also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

39 Alger. 

A genealogical history of that branch of the Alger family which 
springs from Thomas Alger of Taunton and Bridgewater, in Mass- 
achusetts. 1665-1875. By Arthur M. Alger . . . Boston, D. 



Clapp & son, 1876. 

iv, [5]-54 p. front., port. 24 

3-8713 

Alison. See Allison. 
Allan. See Allen. 
Allcott. See Alcott. 



cm 

CS71.A39 1876 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 13 

40 AUen. 

Allan family. {In The history and antiquities of the parish of 
Darlington, in the bishoprick. By W. Hylton Dyer Longstaffe 
. . . Darhngton, London, 1854. 25^*"" p. iii-xxxii.) 

DA690.D22L8 

3-16657 

41 Memoir of Colonel John Allan, an officer of the revolution, 

born in Edinburgh castle, Scotland, Jan. 3, 1746. Died in Lubec, 
Maine, Feb. 7, 1805. With a genealogy. By George H. Allan 
. . . Albany, J. Munsell, 1867. 

32 p. 24i''™. 

"Genealogy of the Allan family": p. [25]-32. 

E207.A36A4 

6-45398 

42 Genealogical sketches of the Allen family of Medfield ; with 

an account of the celebration of the golden wedding of Ellis and 
Lucy Allen, with the address read at the same. Also an account 
of the golden wedding of Gershom and Abigail [Allen] Adams. 
By their elder brother, Joseph Allen. Boston, Nichols & Noyes, 
1869. 

3 p. 1., [5]-88 p. front., porta. 19i<"". 
Descendants of James Allen, d. 1676. 

CS71.A43 1869 

9-6894t 

43 Genealogy of the Allen and Witter families: among the 

early settlers of this continent and their descendants. By Asa 
W. Allen. Salem, O., L. W. Smith, 1872. 

1 p. 1., 251 p. front, (port.) igj"". 

Descendants of Samuel Allen, 1588-1648, and Ebenezer Witter, 1668-1712. 

CS71.A43 1872 

9-6893t 

44 A genealogy of Samuel Allen of Windsor, Connecticut, and 

some of his descendants. By Willard S. Allen . . . Boston, 
Priv. print. [D. Clapp & son] 1876. 

iv, [5J-76 p. 25i<='". 

CS71.A43 1876 

9-6892t 

46 An account of a part of the sufferings and losses of Jolley 

Allen, a native of London. With a preface and notes by Mrs. 
Frances Mary Stoddard. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the 
Massachusetts historical society for February, 1878. Boston, 
Rand, Avery & co., 1883. 

52 p. 22^"'". 

The author was a loyalist in the American revolution . 

Record of the family of Allen, p. 43-48. 

Errata slip, following p. 52. 

E277.A42 

4-22930 



14 LIBEARY OF CONGRESS 

Allen — Continued. 

46 Genealogical sketches of Roger Ailing, of New Haven, 

Conn., 1639, Gilbert Allen, of Morristown, N. J., 1736, and 
Thomas Bancroft, of Dedham, Mass., 1640, and some of their 
descendants. Prepared by Jno. K. Allen and Edwin Salter. 
Lansing, Mich., Journal steam printing house, 1883. 

1 p. 1., 33 p. 23i<=°. 

CS71.A43 1883 

8-26147t 

47 Family and descendants of Stephen Allen. Comp. by 

Stephen A. Brownell. New Bedford [Mass.] Mercury publishing 
CO., printers, 1887. 

3 p. 1., 2-21, [1] numb. 1. 28i x 23^'=='. 

Cover-title: The Allen famiiy. 

CS71.A43 1887 

12-1900-310 

48 Genealogy of the Allen family of Manchester, Mass. from 

the earliest settlement to the year 1886. By John Price . . . 
Salem, The Salem press, 1888. 

47 p. 24""". 

From the Historical collections of the Essex institute, vol. xxiv. 

CS71.A43 1888 

9-6897 

49 Biography of Deacon James Allen, by Hiram Knight, 

with genealogical register and testimonials. Worcester, Mass., 
Printed by C. Hamilton, 1889. 

vi, [7]-67 p. front, (port.) 24i<='°. 

4-24955 

60 The Aliens. {In Historic famiUes of Kentucky. By 

Thomas Marshall Green .. . 1st series. Cincinnati, 1889. 23^* 



Lcm 



p. 230-282) 

4-11454 



F450.G79 



61 Genealogical history of the Allen family and some of their 

connections. By Mrs. Frances M. Stoddard. Boston, Priv. 
print., 1891. 

135, [1] p. plates, ports. 23^"". 
Descendants of Nathaniel Allen, 1699-1770. 

CS71.A43 1891 

8-261 18t 

62 A supplement to the Allen family. Relating especially to 

the Beverly lines, collected by A. A. Galloupe, esq., of Beverly, 
and connected by Dea. John Price, with the genealogy pubhshed 
in vols. 24 and 25. Salem, Mass., The Salem press pub. and print. 
CO., 1891. 

1 p. 1., 24 p. 24<"". 

From the Historical collections of the Essex Institute, vol. xxvii. 

CS71.A43 1891a 

9-fi898 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 16 

Allen — Continued . 
53 Memorial of Joseph and Lucy Clark Allen. (North- 
borough, Mass.) By their children. Boston, G. H. Elhs, printer, 
1891. 
vi p., 1 1., 238 p. front., plates, ports. 211"™. 
Preface signed: E. W. A. i. e. Elizabeth Waterhouse Allen. 

CS71.A43 1891b 

9-6889t 

54 Genealogical and historical sketches of the Allen family 

of Dedham and Medfield, Mass., 1637-1890 . . . Comp. by Frank 
Allen Hutchinson . . . Lowell, Mass., Priv. print., 1896. 
80 p. front. 23i<=°>. 
Descendants of James AUin, d. 1676. 

0S71.A43 1896 

8-261 17t 

65 Walter Allen of Newbury, Mass., 1640, and some of his 

descendants. With a few notes on the Allen family in general. 
By Allen H. Bent . . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1896. 
66 p. 24'=". 

CS71.A43 1896a 

9-6890t 

56 Phinehas Allen's descendants. Benjamin, jr., Benjamin, 

John, Walter, of Lincoln, Mass., 1745, and a complete genealogy 
of the descendants of Benjamin Allen, of Ashby, Mass., 1777. 
By George Henry Allen . . . Boston, A. Mudge & son, printers, 
1898. 

27 p. ports. 23<"". 

CS71.A43 1898 

8-261 16t 

57 The ancestry of Margaret Wyatt, wife of Matthew Allyn 

of Braunton in Devon, and later of Windsor in Connecticut . . . 
[By] Charles Bjiowles Bolton. [Boston, 1898] 

geneal. tab. 84 x 53i«"» fold, to 30 x 17^"™. 

CS71.A43 1898a 

9-18746t 

68 A history and genealogical record of the AlHng-Allens of 

New Haven, Conn., the descendants of Roger Ailing, first, and 
John Ailing, sen., from 1639 to the present time . . . comp. 
by George P. Allen . . . New Haven, Conn., The Price, Lee & 
Adkins co., 1899. 

317 p. front., illus., ports. 23^"'°. 
Blank pages at end for memoranda. 

CS71.A43 1899 

9-6896t 

69 A record of the Allen family from the first settlement in 

Pennsylvania. Commenced tenth month 14th, 1856, by Samuel 
Allen, the son of the eldest son of the same name for five gen- 
erations. [Philadelphia, 1899] 

cover-title, 12 p. 23§'"°. 

0S71.A43 1899a 

9-6891t 



16 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Allen — Continued. 

60 Lewis Allen of Watertown farms (Weston), Mass., 1665, 

and his descendants, including the Walpole and Lancaster Aliens. 
By Allen H. Bent . . . Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1900. 

33 p., 1 1. 24='°. 

"The first three generations are reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and gen. 
register, for October, 1900." 

CS71.A43 1900 

9-8766 

61 Origin and history of the name of Allen, 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 sig- 
nificance. The Crescent family record . . . Chicago, American 
publishers' association, 1901. 

6 p. 1., iv, 112, [14] p. incl. front., illuB. 24"'°. 

0S71.A43 1901 

6-42467 

62 The Allen memorial. First series. Descendants of Ed- 
ward Allen of Nantucket, Mass., 1690-1905. By Orrin Peer 
Allen . . . Palmer, Mass., Press of C. B. Fiske & co., 1905. 

123 p. front., plates, ports. 23^"™. 

CS71.A43 1905 

5-32495 

63 The Allen memorial. Second series. Descendants of Sam- 
uel Allen of Windsor, Conn-., 1640-1907. By Orrin Peer Allen 
. . . Palmer, Mass., The author, 1907. 

303 p. front., plates, ports. 23J°°'. 

8-9787 



CS71.A43 1907 



See also Candee. CS71.C216 1882 

Converse. cs7i.C766 1905 

Jennings. cs7i.J545 1899 

Thompson. CS71.T47 1890 

Vinton. CS71.V79 1858a 

Weitzel. CS71.W434 1883 

64 Allerton. 

A history of the Allerton family in the United States. 1585 

to 1885. And a genealogy of the descendants of Isaac Allerton. 

By Walter S. Allerton. New York, The author, 1888. 

166 p. front., ports. 24"'°. 

CS71.A44 1888 

1-8172 

65 AUertons of New England and Virginia. By Isaac J. 

Greenwood . . . [Boston, 1890] 

6 p., 1 1. 23^""'. 

Caption title. 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for July, 1890. 

CS71.A44 1890 

8-26150t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 17 

Allerton — Continued . 

66 A history of the Allerton family in the United States. 

1585 to 1885, and a genealogy of the descendants of Isaac Aller- 
ton, "Mayflower pilgrim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter 
S. Allerton ... Rev. and enl. by Horace True Currier . . . Chi- 
cago, S. W. Allerton, 1900. 
149 p. incl. front, ports. 24" 



1-8173 



lom 

CS71.A44 1900 



See also Brewster. CS71.B848 1908 

Taylor. CS71.T24 isos 

Allin. See Allen. 
Ailing. See Allen. 

67 Allison. 

The history of the Alison, or Allison family in Europe and 
America, a. d. 1135 to 1893; giving an account of the family in 
Scotland, England, Ireland, Australia, Canada, and the United 
States . . . By Leonard Allison Morrison. Boston, Mass., Dam- 
rell & Upham, 1893. 

xvi, 312 p. front., plates, porta. 23^"". 

Descendants of Samuel Allison, 1690-1760. 

CS71.A46 1803 

8-26148t 

See also Barlow. CS71.B27 1891 

Bronsdon. CS71.B869 1902 

68 Allston. 

The Alstons and Allstons of North and South Carolina; comp. 
from English, colonial and family records, with personal rem- 
iniscences, also notes of some allied famiUes, by Joseph A. Groves 
. . . Atlanta, Ga., The Franklin printing and publishing company, 
1901. 

2 p. 1., 554 p. front., col. pi., geneal. tab. 22^"™. 

2 p. of errata and addenda, and blank leaves inserted. 
Descendants of John Allston, 1690-1760. 

CS71.A46 1901 

2-26086 

Allyn. See Allen. 
Alston. See Allston. 

69 Alvord. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Alexander Alvord, an early 
settler of Windsor, Conn., and Northampton, Mass. Comp. by 
Samuel Morgan Alvord. Webster, N. Y., A. D. Andrews, printer, 
1908. 

3 p. 1., [9]-823 p. front., plates, porta. 24^'=°'. 

CS71.A47 1908 

9-6971 

35819°— 10 2 



18 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Alvord. See also Burke. CS71.B959 1864 

Amadowne. See Ammidown. 

Ambler. See also Jaquelin. F225.P36 

Willis. CS71.W73 1898 

70 Ames. 

The Samuel Ames family: a genealogical memoir of the 
descendants of Samuel Ames, of Canterbury, N. H. Six gener- 
ations: 1723-1891. Comp. by John Kimball, a.m. Concord, 
N. H., Republican press association, 1890. 
55 p. front, (port.) 23I*"". 

CS71.A6 1890 

8-26149t 

71 A bit of Ames genealogy. Comp. by Fisher Ames. [n. p.] 

1898. 
1 p. 1., 15 numb. 1. 18«". 
Descendants of William Ames, 1605-1654. 

CS71.A5 1898 

1-17519 

72 Some genealogical notes, by Pelham W. Ames . . . San 

Francisco, Cubery & co., 1900. 

3 p. 1., 6-29 numb. 1., 2 1. fold., geneal. tab. 26°°'. 
Printed on one side of leaf only. 
"Printed for my children." 
Descendants of William Ames, 1605-1654. 

CS71.A5 1900 

2-8718 

See also Amos. 

Am.idon. See Am.midown. 

73 Am.m.idown. 

Genealogical memorial and family record of the Ammidown 
family, and a partial record of some other families of Southbridge, 
Mass. By Holmes Ammidown . . . New York, The author 
[Albany, J. Munsell, printer] 1877. 

54 p. 24'="'. 

Descendants of Roger Amadowne, d. 1673. 

CS71.A51 1877 

3-39 

74 The Amidon family; a record of the descendants of Roger 

Amadowne, of Rehoboth, Mass. By Frank E. Best. Chicago, 
111., F. E. Best, 1904. 

165 p. ports. 23"°'. 

CS71.A61 1904 

4-32333 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 19 

75 Amory. 

The Amory family of Boston, [n. p.] 1897. 
geneal.tab. 96^x55"'°. 
At end: January 1, 1897. 
Bv Georce Ticknor Dexter 

CS71.A53 1897 

3-1679 

75a The Amory family of Boston, 1720-1900. By George 

Ticknor Dexter. [London, 1901] 

geneal. tab. 102 x 68^°™. {In Meredith, Gertrude E. The descendants of 
Hugh Amory . . . London, 1901. 26"™. In pocket.) 
At end: G. T. D.— January 1, 1897. (With some additions, November, 1900. — 

G. E. M.) 

CS71.A63 1901 

3-1680 

76 The descendants of Hugh Amory, 1605-1805. By Ger- 
trude Euphemia Meredith. London, Priv. print, at the Chis- 
wick press, 1901. 

X p., 1 1., 373, [1] p. front., tab. 25i<'"". 

CS71.A53 1901 

1-13594 

See also Emery. 



Amos. See also Walbridge. CS71.W16 1898 

77 Anderson. 

A monograph of the Anderson, Clark, Marshall and McArthur 
connection, [n. p., 190-] 

cover-title, 36 p. geneal. tab. 23°". 

Title vignette (coat of arms) 

Comp. by Thomas McArthur Anderson. 

CS71.A65 190- 

9-12534t 

78 An Inverness lawyer and his sons, 1796-1878; by Isabel 

Harriet Anderson . . . Aberdeen, The Aberdeen university press, 
limited, 1900. 

4 p. 1., 248 p. front., port., tab. 26i°°». 

DA880.I6A6 
1-27169 

79 The Anderson, Perrine, Barbour-Smith, Howell-Clark^ 

Porter and Savery famiUes, with a genealogical and biographical 
record of some who were pioneers in America; also genealogical 
sketches of allied families, by Henriette E. Savery Smith. De- 
troit, The Perrine press, 1902. 

4p. 1., iii, [l]p., 21., 186p., 11. front., pi. 18= 



2-27219 



CS71.A56 1902 



See also Junkin. CS71.J96 1908 

Salisbury. CS71.S167 1885 



20 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

80 Andrews. 

Hon. John Albion Andrew. By Samuel Biirnham . . . 
[Boston, 1869] 
cover-title, 15 p. 25i<"°. 

"From the New England historical and genealogical register for January, 1869." 
Genealogy of the Andrew family, p. 13-15. 

CS71.A56 1869 

5-14713 

81 Genealogical history of John and Mary Andrews, who 

settled in Farmington, Conn., 1640: embracing their descend- 
ants to 1872; with an introduction of miscellaneous names of 
Andrews, with their progenitors as far as known; to which is 
added a list of some of the authors, clergymen, physicians and 
soldiers of the name. By Alfred Andrews . . . Chicago, 111., 
A. H. Andrews & co., 1872. 

652 p. front., ports. 23i<"°. 



8-26146t 



CS71.A57 1872 



82 Genealogy of the Andrews of Taunton and Stoughton, 

Mass., descendants of John and Hannah Andrews, of Boston, 
Massachusetts, 1656 to 1886. Compiled by Lieut. George An- 
drews . . . Rochester, N. Y., E. R. Andrews, printer, 1887. 

86 p. incl. front, (coat of arms) 24<"°. 

CS71.A57 1887 

3-6089 

83 History of the Andrews family. A genealogy of Robert 

Andrews, and his descendants, 1635 to 1890 . . . By H. Frank- 
lin Andrews . . . Audubon, la., W. E. Brinkerhoff, 1890. 

234 p. incl. front, (port.) 23"™. 

CS71.A67 1890 

8-26145t 

84 Ancestry of Henry Levi Andrews, Woburn, Massachusetts. 

Woburn, Mass., Wallace & Andrews, printers, 1900. 

2 p. 1., 13 p. pi., ports. IS""". 

CS71.A57 1900 

1-4325 

See also Duncan. CS71.D912 1905 

Eaton. CS71.E14 1890 

GrisWOld. CS71.G87 1898 

Hall. CS71.H177 1902 

Lewis. CS71.L675 1910 

Powell. F127.L8B9 

85 Angell. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Angell, who settled in 
Providence, 1636. By Avery F. Angell. Providence, A. C. 
Greene, 1872. 

205, [1] p. 22i°"'. 

CS71.A68 1872 
8-261i4t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 21 

86 Anjou. 

The life and times of Margaret of Anjou, queen of England and 
France; and of her father Rene "the Good," king of Sicily, Na- 
ples, and Jerusalem. With memoirs of the houses of Anjou. By 
Mary Ann Hookham , . . London, Tinsley brothers, 1872. 

2 V. fronts, (porta.) plates, geneal. tab. 22^*^™. 

Added t.-p. 

DA247.M3H7 

4-34894 

Annesley. See also Wesley. 

87 Annin. 

Centennial celebration by the Annin family at the old Stone 
house in Somerset County, N. J., August 15th, 1866. Philadel- 
phia, Printed for private distribution for F. J. Dreer [1866] 
17 p. front. 24^=™. 
Descendants of John Annan, fl. 1766. 

CS71.A6 1866 
8-26143t 

87a Antes. 

A German hero of the colonial times of Pennsylvania; or, 
The life and times of Henry Antes, by Rev. Edwin McMinn. 
Moorestown, N. J. [Printed by W. J. Lovellj 1886. 

305 p. front., plates. 19=»°. 

F162.A64 

4-22929 

88 Anthon. 

Narrative of the settlement of George Christian Anthon in 
America, and of the removal of the family from Detroit, and its 
establishment in New York city. By Charles Edward Anthon 
. . . New York, Bradstreet press, 1872. 

22 p. 25i<=™. 

A email number of copies printed for the family. 

CS71.A62 1872 

2-6198 

89 Anthony. 

Introduction to genealogical history, Anthony family. 1550- 
1895. [Frankhn Grove, 111., 189-] 
4 p. 22'"°. 
Comp. by Charles Lawton Anthony. 

CS71.A629 180- 

CA 9-2572 

90 Genealogy of the Anthony family from 1495 to 1904, traced 

from ¥/illiam Anthony, Cologne, Germany, to London, England, 
John Anthony, a descendant, from England to America. With 
photographs and biographical sketches of the lives of prominent 



22 LIBEAEY OF CONGEESS 

90 Anthony — Continued. 

men and women. Comp. and pub. by Charles L. Anthony. 
SterHng, III, 1904. 

2 p. 1., [7]-379 p. incl. ports, col. pi., ports. 23^"°!. 

CS71.A629 1004 

9-15587 

See also Roonie. CS71.R778 1883 



91 AntiU. 

Edward Antill, a New York merchant of the seventeenth cen- 
tury, and his descendants: particularly Edward Antill, 2d, of 
Piscataway, New Jersey; Lieutenant Colonel Edward Antill, 3d, 
of Quebec and Montreal; Dr. Lewis Antill of Perth Amboy; and 
Maj or John Antill, of New York. By William Nelson. Paterson, 
N. J., The Press printing and publishing co., 1899. 
2 p. 1., 36 p. 25^"='. 

CS71.A63 1899 
1- 



92 Antisell. 

The genealogy of the descendants of Lawrence and Mary Anti- 
sell of Norwich and Wilhngton, Conn., including some records of 
Christopher Antifeell of Sraduff, Birr (Kings Co.) Ireland. By 
Mary EUzabeth Tisdel Wyman. [Columbus, O., The Chaplin 
printing co.] 1908. 

335 p. col. front, (coat of arms) ports., fold, facsim. 25"". 



CS71.A633 1908 



8-303U 



93 Antrim. 

Records of the Antrim family of America. Burlington, N. J., 
H. S. Antrim, 1899. 

232 p. pi., port., map. 24"". 
By Harriet Stockton Antrim. 
Descendants of John Antrim, 1657?-1719? 

CS71.A64 1899 

June 15, 99-4 

See also Bavis. CS71.B374 1880 



Antrim, Earls of. See McDonnell. 

94 Appleton. 

Memorial of Samuel Appleton, of Ipswich, Massachusetts; 
with genealogical notices of some of his descendants. Comp. by 
Isaac Appleton Jewett. Boston, 1850. 
vi, [7J-183 p. front., 2 pi. (1 fold.) fold, geneal. tab. 26"". 

" CS71.A66 1850 

8-26142t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 23 

Appleton — Continued . 

95 Pedigree of Appleton. By John Appleton, m. d. [Boston?] 

1864. 
geneal. tab. coat of arms. 44 x 73^""° fold, to 37 x 25J<"". 
Mounted on linen. 

CS71.A65 1864 
3-17338 

96 Monumental memorials of the Appleton family. Boston, 

Priv. print., 1867. 

30 numb. 1. front., illus. 25i x 20"=". 
Title in red and black. Printed on one side of leaf only. 
Preface signed "J. A." i. e. John Appleton, 1809-1869. 
150 copies printed for private distribution, no. 13. 

CS71.A65 1867 

3-5651 

97 A rough sketch of the Appleton genealogy, by W. S. Apple- 
ton. Printed for correction and enlargement. Boston, T. R. 
Marvin & son, 1873. 

42 p. 25=™. 

CS71.A65 1873 

8-26140t 

98 A genealogy of the Appleton family, by W. S. Appleton 

. . . Boston, T. R. Marvin & son, 1874. 

54 p. 25'"'". 

Descendants of Samuel Appleton, 1586-1670. 

CS71.A66 1874 

8-26141t 

99 Famil}^ letters from the Bodleian library. With notes by 

William S. Appleton. Cambridge, The University press, 1902. 

68 p. inch geneal. tab. 24^'^"'. 
Copied from the Tanner papers. 

CS71.A65 1902 
2-25652 

100 . . . The old Bay road from Saltonstall's Brook and Sam- 
uel Appleton's farm, and A genealogy of the Ipswich descendants 
of Samuel Appleton, by T. Frank Waters. Proceedings at the 
annual meeting, December 3, 1906. Salem, Mass., The Salem 
press CO., 1907. 

1 p. 1., 62 p. front, (map) 15 pi. 24^"". (Publications of the Ipswich 
historical society, xv) 

F74.I6I8 no. 16 

8-6932 

See also Baker. CS71.B17 1870 

Oliver. CS71.048 1867 

101 Archer. 

Brief memorials of English families of the name of Archer . . . 
[Comp. by James Henry Lawrence Archer] Edinburgh [Printed 
by W. Blackwood and sons] 1856. 

2 p. 1., 45 p. incl. geneal. tab. front, (col. coat of arms) 2 pi. 26 x 19^'''". 

CS439.A6 1856 
4-15472 



24 LTBEAKY OF COKGEESS 

Archer — Continued. 

102 Memorials of families of the surname of Archer. [Comp. 

by James Henry Lawrence Archer] London, J. K. Smith, 1861. 

2 p. 1., 74 p. 26^"°'. 

CS439.A6 1861 

1-17411 

See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 

Pocahontas. CS71.I1747 1887 

Arden. See Ardern. 

103 Ardern. 

Arderne, or Ardern of Alvanley. {In Miscellanea Palatina. 

By George Ormerod . . . [London] 1851. 24^«°>. pt. 2, p. 72- 

92) 

CS437.C408 

4-25002 

See also Drummond. CS419.D7 

Shakespeare. 

Argyle. See Argyll. 

104 Argyll. 

The Hfe of the most illustrious prince, John, duke of Argyle 
and Greenwich. Containing i. An historical and genealogical 
account of His Grace's family and ancestors, ii. An impartial 
view of his conduct both in the senate and field . . . By Robert 
Campbell . . . Belfast, printed by F. Joy, 1745. 

5 p. 1., 373 p. l^''^. 

The family of Argyll, p. 3-20. 

10-2791 

106 The MacCallum More: a history of the Argyll family from 

the earliest times. By the Rev. Hely Smith. London, Bemrose 
& sons, 1871. 

3 p. 1., 144 p. fold, geneal. tab. ig*"". 

Marked for printer.- 

CS479.A7 1871 

10-1190 

106 Records of Argyll; legends, traditions, and recollections of 

Argyllshire Highlanders, collected chiefly from the Gaelic, with 

notes on the antiquity of the dress, clan colours, or tartans, of 

the Highlanders; by Lord Archibald Campbell, with etchings by 

Charles Laurie. Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and 

sons, 1885. 

XV, [1], 514 p. 11 pi., 8 port. (incl. front.) 30i<=°. 

"No. 311." 

DA880.A6C1 

3-29477 



See also Campbell. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 25 

107 Armistead. 

The family of Armistead of Virginia. Printed for W. S. Apple- 
ton. Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1899. 

23 p. 24i<"°. 

Descendants of William Armistead, fl. 1646. 



CS71.A72 1899 



8-26139t 



108 Arms. 

A genealogical record of the Arms family in this coimtry, 
embracing all the known descendants of William first, who have 
retained the family name, and the first generation of the descend- 
ants of other names. By Edward W. Arms. Troy, N. Y., The 
author, 1877. 

57 p. 23"°'. 

CS71.A73 1877 

8-26138t 

109 Armstrong. 

Chronicles of the Armstrongs; ed. by James Lewis Armstrong. 
M. D. Jamaica, Queensborough, N. Y., The Marion press, 1902. 
vi p., 1 1., 407, [1] p. illus., pi., port. 27i'="'. 
"200 copies printed." 

CS71.A74 1902 

2-25433 

See also Lundy. CS71.L962 1902 

Vail. CS71.V129 1894 

Arnlston. See Dundas. CS479.A8 

110 Arnold. 

Pedigree of Arnold. A. d. 1100. [Family tree. Descend- 
ants of Stephen and Sarah Arnold and William and Christiana 
Arnold] Providence, R. I., 1896. 

geneal. tab. 76 x 59"°' fold, to 40 x 32^"'". 

Comp. by George C. Arnold. 

CS71.A76 1896 

»-18743t 

111 . . . The Arnold family. As entered upon the records of 

the town of Braintree. 1640 to 1853. Arranged by Samuel A. 
Bates . . . South Braintree, Mass., F. A. Bates, 1902. 

[48] p. lOi X 12'"". 

At head of title: Vital records of Braintree. 

CS71.A76 1902 
3-17746 

See also Thayer. CS71.T37 1836 



112 Arundel. 

The history and description of Arundel castle, Sussex : the seat 
of His Grace the Duke of Norfolk, with an abstract of the lives 



26 LIBKAKY OF CONGEESS 

112 Arundel — Continued. 

of the earls of Arundel, from the conquest to the present time: 
to which is annexed, topographical delineations of the Roman 
pavement at Bignor, Little Hampton, and Bognor Rocks. 2d 
ed. By C. Wright . . . London, Printed for the author, 1818. 

xi, 168 p. front., fold. pi. 18i'= 



2-22567 



Lcm 

DA690.A79W9 



113 The history and antiquities of the castle and town of Arun- 
del; including the biography of its earls, from the conquest to 
the present time. By the Rev. M. A. Tierney . . . London, 
G. and W. Nicol, 1834. 

2 V. front., illus., 6 pi. (partly fold.) geneal. tables. 27""'. 
Paged continuously. 

DA690.A79T6 

3-16661 

114 The early genealogical history of the House of Arundel, 

being an account of the origin of the families of Montgomery, 
Albini, Fitzalan, and Howard, from the time of the conquest of 
Normandy by Rollo the Great . . . By John Pym Yeatman 
. . . London, Mitchell and Hughes, 1882. 

xii, [2], 406 p. front., illus., 1 pi., facsim. 39^" 



3-8212 



Lcm 

CS439.A7 



116 Genealogical collections illustrating the history of Roman 

Catholic families of England. Based on the Lawson manuscript. 
Pt. Ill Arundell. Ed. by J. Jackson Howard ... H. Seymour 
Hughes. [London] Priv. print., 1887- 
p. 151-241. illus., plates, facsims. geneal, tables. 50"™. 

CS438.L3 

8-37484 

See also Brown. CS439.B85 1903 

Willoughby. da250.R72 

Asfordby. See also Beatty. CS71.B437 1909 

Crall. CS71.C889 1908 

116 Ashburner. 

Pedigree of the family of Ashburner, co. Lancaster . . . Lon- 
don, Taylor and co., printers, 1872. 

1 p. 1., 8 p. illus. (coat of arms) 29"™. 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 
Comp. by Thomas Helsby. 
Privately printed. 

Issued also in "Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica," London, 1874, n. s., 
V. 1, p. 224-231. 

CS439.A75 

9-26232 

Ashburnham. See also Drummond. CS419.D7 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 27 

117 Ashley. 

The Ashley genealogy. A history of the descendants of /Rob- 
ert Ashley of Springfield, Massachusetts, by Francis Bacon Trow- 
bridge . . . New Haven, For the author, 1896. 

V, [11 p., 3 1., [3]-472 p. plates, porta. 24^'=°'. 

CS71.A8 1896 

8-26137t 

Askew. See also Fell. 1884 

118 Aspinwall. 

The Aspinwall genealogy. Compiled by Algernon Aikin 
Aspinwall, Washington, D, C. Published by the author. Rut- 
land, Vt., The Tuttle co., printers [1901] 

262 p. incl. map. front. 24i<='°. 

CS71.A84 1901 

2-9913 

119 Aston. 

The genealogy of the family of Aston, of Tixall. {In A topo- 
graphical and historical description of the parish of Tixall, in 
the county of Stafford. By Sir Thomas Clifford, bar* and Arthur 
CUfford, esq. Paris, 1817. 26^°°'. p. 145-162) 

DA690.T62C6 

Astor. See also Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

Van Rensselaer. CS69.S7 

Astry. See also Chester. CS439.C55 1881 

120 Atchison. 

A history of the Acheson family on the paternal side. By 

A. W. Acheson . . . Prepared and printed for the private use 

of the family, a. d. 1877. Pittsburgh, S. A. Clarke & co., 1878. 

60 p. 19i'-'°. 

CS71.A863 1878 

9-15585 

121 A history of the Acheson family on the maternal side. By 

James C. Acheson . . . Prepared and printed for the private 
use of the family, [n. p., 1879 ?] 

35 p. front., port. 19J''". [With Acheson, A. W. A history of the Acheson 
family on the paternal side. Pittsburgh, 18781 
Ancestry of Mrs. Mary (Wilson) Acheson, 1787-1872. 

CS71.A863 1878 

9-15586 

122 Atkins. 

Joseph Atkins: the story of a family. By Francis Higginson 
Atkins . . . [Las Vegas, N. M.] D. Atldns, printer, 1891. 

5 p. 1., 153, [8] p. front., illus., plates, ports., 11 geneal. tab. (7 fold.) 23^"™. 

CS71.A87 1891 

8-26134t 



28 LIBRAEY OF CONGEESS 

123 Atkinson. 

The Atkinson families of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, by 
Oliver Hough. {In Pennsylvania magazine of history and 
biography. Philadelphia, 1877- 25«'°. vol. 30, 1906, p. 57-79, 
220-237,*^332-347, 479-502; vol. 31, 1907, p. 157-175, 429-446) 

F146.P65 v.30-31 

124 Atlee. 

Genealogical record of the Atlee family. The descendants of 
Judge William Augustus Atlee and Colonel Samuel John Atlee 
of Lancaster County, Pa. By Edwin Atlee Barber . . . Phila- 
delphia, Press of W. F. Fell & co., 1884. 

viii, [91-130 p. incl. geneal. tab. plates, ports. 22=™. 

CS71.A88 1884 

6-4114 

125 Atwater. 

A genealogical register of the descendants in the male line of 
David Atwater, one of the original planters of New Haven, 
Conn., to the fifth generation. New Haven, Conn., J. H. Ben- 
ham, 1851. 

30 p. 23^='". 

Comp. by Edward Elias Atwater. 

CS71.A89 1861 

8-26136t 

126 A genealogical register of the descendants in the male Une 

of David Atwater, one of the original planters of New Haven, 
Conn., to the sixth generation. New Haven, Tuttle, Morehouse 
& Taylor, 1873. 

64 p. 24'="'. 

Comp. by Edward Elias Atwater. 

CS71.A89 1873 

&-26135t 

127 Atwater history and genealogy . . . Comp. by Francis 

Atwater. Meriden, Conn., Printed by The Journal pubhshing 
company, 1901, 1907. 

2 V. illus., port., geneal. tab. 24^"™. 
Colored coat of arms on t.-p. 



CS71.A89 1901-1907 



1-27666 

See also Bagg. 0S71.B144 1895 

128 Atwell. 

The genealogy of the Atwell family, formerly of New London, 
Conn. Prepared by Charles Beach Atwell. Evanston, 111., 

1896. 

cover-title, 3-10 p. 21i'==i. 

CS71.A9 1896 

2-25017 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 29 

129 Atwood. 

History of the Atwood family, in England and the United 
States, To which is appended a short account of the Tenney 
family. From documents collected by Charles Atwood. Bos- 
ton, Press of G. H. Ware, 1888. 

42 p. front., plates. 23^='". 

Preface signed: H. A. W. 

CS71.A91 1888 

9-17833 

129a Aubert de Gaspe 

La f amille Aubert de Gasp6 par Pierre-Georges Roy . . . Levis 
[La Compagnie J. E, Mercer, imprimeurs] 1907. 
199 p. plates, ports. 22^ '"°. 

' ' Tir6 k 150 exemplaires, no " 

CS90.A9 

10-4201 

130 Augur. 

Family history and genealogy of the descendants of Robert 
Augur of New Haven colony. Comp. by Edwin P. Augur. 
Middletown, Conn. [Press of Pelton & King] 1904. 

260 p. illus. (incl. ports.) map. 24°™. 

CS71.A92 1904 

5-12249 

181 Austin. 

Ancestry of thirty-three Rhode Islanders (born in the eight- 
eenth century); also twenty-seven charts of Roger Wilhams' 
descendants to the fifth generation, and an account of Lewis 
Latham, falconer to King Charles i; with a chart of his American 
descendants to the fourth generation, and a list of 180 existing 
portraits of Rhode Island governors, chief justices, senators, 
etc. . . . By John Osborne Austin. Albany, N. Y., J. Mun- 
sell's sons, 1889. 

2 p. 1., 139 (i. e. 141) p. SS"-". 

Verso of each leaf blank except page [128], which has recto blank. 

Pages 128-141 erroneously numbered 126-139. 

F78.A93 

8-18608 

132 The ancestral dictionary. Ed. by John Osborne Austin. 

Central Falls, R. I., E. L. Freeman & son [1891] 
4 p. 1., 74 numb. 1. front, (port.) 22^"="". 

F78.A9a 

8-22433t 

133 One hundred and sixty allied famiHes, By John Osborne 

Austin . . . [Salem, Mass., Printed at the Salem press, 1893] 
xviii, 288 p. 4 double geneal. tab. 30 x 24'="'. 
Genealogical tables A-C, paged xix-xxi. 

r78.A94 

8-18609 

See also Hill. CS71.H647 1907 



30 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

134 Avery. 

Genealogical record of the Dedham branch of the Avery 
family in America. Comp. by Jane G. (Avery) Carter and 
Susie P. Holmes. Pub. by Winslow W. Avery . . . Plymouth, 
Mass., Press of Avery & Doten, 1893. 

366 p. front., plates, port. 23^"=™. 

CS71.A95 1893 
8-26114t 

135 The Averys of Groton; genealogical and biographical. 

By Homer De Lois Sweet. Syracuse, N. Y., The Rice-Taylor 
printing co., 1894. 

viii, 9-698 p. front., illuB., pi., ports., facsim. 24=™. 

CS71.A95 1894 



136 Captain John Avery; president judge at the Whorekill in 

Delaware Bay, and his descendants, by Edwin Jaquett Sellers. 
Philadelphia [J. B. Lippincott co.] 1898. 
55 p., 1 1. facsim. 25""'. 
Edition limited to two hundred copies, of which this is no. 10. 

CS71.A95 1898 

8-2G131t 

137 . . . Revolutionary ancestry of Catharine Hitchcock (Til- 
den) Avery . . . Cleveland [1899 ?] 

11 p. 23<"". 

At head of title: Daughters of the American revolution, Western Reserve 

chapter. 

Ms. date on cover. 

CS71.A95 1899 

4-35840t 

138 Avery notes and queries. A quarterly magazine devoted 

to the history of the Groton Averys. no. 1-18; Feb. 1898- 
May 1902. [Cleveland, O., E. M. Avery, 1898-1902] 

246 p. illus., ports. 23=°'. 
Caption title. 

No more published. 

CS71.A95 1898a 

5-2253 

See also Morgan. CS71.M848 1902 

139 Axtell. 

The Axtell record : being a family record of the descendants of 
Maj. Henry Axtell, of Mendham, Morris Co., New Jersey, who 
Hved from 1738 to 1818. Collected and arranged by Ephraim S. 
Axtell, his greatgrandson. Morristown, N. J., Printed at "The 
Jerseyman office," 1886. 

68 p. 23""'. 

CS71.A96 1886 

4-19240 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 31 

Axtell — Continued. 

140 The Axtell family in America. First five generations. 

[Boston, 1899] 

8 p. 24''"'. 

Caption title. 

Descendants of Thomas Axtell, 1619-1646, by Seth Jones Axtell. 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register, April, 1899. 

CS71.A96 1899 

9-6899t 

141 Ayer. 

A record of the descendants of Captain John Ayres, of Brook- 
field, Mass. By William Henry Whitmore. Boston, T. R. Mar- 
vin & son, 1870. 

Ip. l.,55p. 25^"'°. 

CS71.A98 1870 

8-2G133t 

See also Corliss. CS71.C8 1876 

Ellis. F3.T61 

Treman. CS71.T789 I90l 

Aylet. See also Junkin. CS71.J95 1908 

142 Ayls worth. 

Arthur Aylsworth and liis descendants in America, with notes 
historical and genealogical, relating to the family, from early 
English records, by Homer Elhanan Aylsworth ... ed. by 
James N. Arnold . . . Providence, R. I., Narragansett historical 
publishing company, 1887. 

cxxxvi, 495, [1] p. front., illus., ports., map. 22'"'". 

"A register of the Aylsworth family, beginning with Arthur... By Syl- 
vester Aylsworth . . . Utica, Bennett, Bachua & Hawley, 1840": p. 1-10. 

CS71.A97 1887 

8-2C132t 

143 Aymar. 

Aymar of New York, by Benjamin Aymar . . . New York, 
The Kjiickerbocker press, 1903. 

65 p. 24^'^"'. 

"One hundred and fifty copies reprinted of which this is no. 134." 

" Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Huguenot society of America, vol. in, 
pt. 2." 

CS71.A979 1903 

5-19667 

Babbidge. See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 

144 Babcock. 

The Babcock family. [Albany, N. Y., Munsell & Rowland, 
printers, 1861] 
4 p. 23'='". 
Comp. by Albert Welles and ed. by Sidney Babcock. 

CS71.B1 1861 

8-26128t 



32 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

Babcock — Continued . 

145 The family of Badcock of Massachusetts. By W. S. Apple- 
ton. Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1881. 

Ip. 1., lip. 24^""^. 

Corrected and enlarged from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for July, 
1865. 

CS71.B1 1881 

8-26129t 

146 Babcock genealogy, comp, by Stephen Babcock . . . New 

York, Eaton & Mains, 1903. 

XXX, 640 p. col. front., plates, ports. 2^'"^. 

CS71.B1 1903 

4-27255 

147 Isaiah Babcock, sr., and his descendants, by A. Emerson 

Babcock . . . New York, Eaton & Mains, 1903. 

vi p., 1 1., 119 p. front., illus., plates, porta. 23J''°>. [With Babcock, 
Stephen. Babcock genealogy. New York, 1903] 

CS71.B1 1903 

4-27254 

See also Washington. CS69.W5 

B&by. See also Casgrain. CS90.C3 

Bache. See also Franklin. CS71.F833 1889 
Bachiler. See Batchelder. 

148 Backhouse. 

The descendants of John Backhouse, yeoman, of Moss Side, 
near Yealand Redman, Lancashire. Comp. by Joseph Foster 
. . . London, Priv. print, at the Chiswick press, 1894. 

93 (i. e. 95), [1] p. incl. front, (coat of arms) illus., geneal. tables, porta, on 31 
pi. 28 X 21^«'". 

CS439.B18 

8-29440 

149 Backus. 

A genealogical memoir of the Backus family, with the private 
journal of James Backus, together with his correspondence bear- 
ing on the first settlement of Ohio, at Marietta, in 1788. Also, 
papers and correspondence of Elijah Backus, showing the char- 
acter and spirit of the times during the revolutionary period. 
In two parts: Part i. Genealogical, including journal of James 
Backus, and poems by Miss Sarah Backus. Part ii. Historical, 
containing sketches of the first settlements of Connecticut and 
Ohio, with miscellaneous papers of historic interest. By WilHam 
W. Backus. [Norwich, Conn., Press of The Bulletin co.] 1889. 

[385] p., 1 1., 9 p. (facsim.) iv p. front, (port.) pi. 23^"'°. 

Paging irregular. 

Descendants of Stephen Backus, fi. 1692 by Henry Clinton Backus, 1848-, 

p. 123-127. 

CS71.B12 1889 

3-3806 

See also Adgate. F104.N93P3 

Chester. CS71.C526 1893 

GrisWOld. CS71.G87 1898 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 33 

150 Bacon. 

A table, showing the date and place of birth; to whom and 
when married; number of sons and daughters; date of decease; 
age and place of burial, of Jabez Bacon, late of Woodbury, 
deceased; and of his descendants bearing the name of Bacon. 
Also of his ancestors, so far as known, commencing with the 
latter. Comp. by Nathaniel A. Bacon . . . New Haven, 
Printed by Hitchcock & Stafford, 1845. 

4 1. 21"'". 

0S71.B13 1846 

8-26130t 

161 . . . Nathaniel Bacon. [By Amos Otis] 

(Detached from his Genealogical notes of Barnstable families . . . Barnstable, 
Mass., 1888. 23<"". v. 1, p. [21]-38) 

CS71.B13 1885 

CA 9-2571. 

See also Hall. 0S71.H177 l902a 



Badcock. See Babcock. 

152 Badger. 

Giles Badger and his descendants, first four generations and a 
portion of the fifth, sixth, and seventh generations, by a descend- 
ant, John Cogswell Badger. Manchester, N. H., Printed by the 
J. B. Clarke company, 1909. 

64 p. front, (port.) 23"™. 

CS71.B135 1909 

10-6531 

Badlesmere. See also Dunstanvllle. DA690.C42.S4 

153 Bagg. 

. . . Ancestry (1440-1817) and autobiography (1846-1895) 
[Lyman Hotchkiss Baggl. New York, K. Kron, 1895. 
1 p. 1., [5]-24, [2] p. 25^0"'. 
Printed for private distribution. 
At water ancestry p. [7-8]. 
400 copies. 

CS71.B144 1895 

&-33003. 

154 Bailey. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Richard Bailey. {In The 
historical and genealogical researches and recorder of passing 
events of Merrimack Valley. Alfred Poor, editor. Haverhill, 
[1858] 38^*='". V. 1, no. 2, p. 77-167) 

F72.M6H6 

1-12188 

35819°— 10 3 



34 LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS 

Bailey — Continued . 

155 Records of the Bailey family. Descendants of William 

Bailey of Newport, R. I., chiefly in the line of his son, Hugh 
Bailey of East Greenwich, R. I. . . . Comp, by a descendant. 
Providence, R. I. [Standard printing company] 1895. 

206 p., 1 1. front., 2 pi., 21 port. 24^'°'. 

One hundred copies only. no. 82. 

Preface signed; Hannah C. (Bailey) Hopkins. 

CS71.B15 1895 

8-26126 t 

156 Bailey genealogy. James, John, and Thomas, and their 

descendants. In three parts. Ed. by Hollis R. Bailey. Som- 
erville, Mass., The Citizen company, 1899. 

1 p. 1., vi, 479 p. 23''™. 

"Published by direction of Bailey-Bayley family association." 
Contents. — pt. 1. Account of James Bailey of Rowley and some of his descend- 
ants. Comp. by H. R. Bailey, Mrs. Gertrude E. Bailey, Mrs. Abbie F. Ells- 
worth. — pt. 2. Account of John Bailey of Salisbury and some of his descendants. 
Comp. by Mrs. Abbie F. Ellsworth. — pt. 3. Account of Thomas Bayley of Wey- 
mouth and some of his descendants. Comp. by W. H. Reed. 

CS71.B15 1899 

12-1900-120 

157 Account of the eighth annual gathering of the Bailey- 
Bayley family association held at Salem Willows, Salem, Mass., 
August 8, 1900. Lawrence, Mass., American pubhshing co., 
1900. 

1 p. 1. 30 p. 22^"°!. 

CS71.B15 1900 

157a Biographical sketches of the Bailey-Myers-Mason families, 

1776 to 1905; key to a cabinet of heirlooms in the National 
museum, Washington. [Washington? D. C] Priv. print., 1908. 

142 p. front., plates, ports., facsim. 29"™. 
Ed. by Mrs. Cassia Mason (Myers) Julian James. 

9-12407 

See also Baillie. 

Corliss. CS71.C8 1876 

Robinson. cs71.R66 1894 

Weitzel. CS71.W434 1883 

158 Baillie. 

A history and genealogy of the family of Baillie of Dunain, 
Dochfour and Lamington, with a short sketch of the family of 
Mcintosh, Bulloch, and other famiHes, by Joseph Gaston BailUe 
Bulloch . . . [Green Bay, Wis., The Gazette print.] 1898 

2 p. 1., [vii]-viii p., 1 1., [9HU p. illus. 21^-°. ^^^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^^ 

CS71.B16 1898 

8-26125t 

Bainbrigge. See also Fletcher. CS439.B63 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 35 

159 Baird. 

. . . Genealogical collections concerning the sir-name of Baird, 
and the families of Auchmedden, Newbyth, and Sauchton Hall 
in particular. With copies of old letters and papers worth pre- 
serving, and account of several transactions in this coimtry dur- 
ing the last two centuries. Reprinted from the original ms. of 
Wilham Baird, esq. (last of the family), of Auchmedden, now 
preserved in the Advocates' Ubrary, Edinburgh. With notes; 
and an appendix containing a deduction of the family of Or- 
dinhnivas to the present day. London, J. C. Hotten, 1870. 

2 p. 1., [iii]-xii p., 11., 120 p. illus., facsim. 26^'^'°. 

Title vignette in colors. 

"The first edition of these 'Collections,' edited by W. N. Fraser, esq., under 
the title of 'An account of the surname of Baird, particularly of the families of 
Auchmedden, Newbyth, and Sauchtonhall,' was published . . . 1857 . . . but 
has been out of print for some years . . . The present edition contains . . . 
additional genealogical matter." — Pref. (signed: F. M. B. S.) 

CS479.B3 

8-28745 

See also Lawson. CS71.L425 1003 



160 Baker. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Edward Baker of Lynn, 
Mass., 1630. Prepared and published by Nelson M. Baker . . . 
Syracuse, Printed at the Journal office, 1867. 

99 p. 22°™. 

CS71.B17 1867 

5-457 

161 Ancestry of Priscilla Baker, who lived 1674-1731, and was 

the wife of Isaac Appleton, of Ipswich. By William S. Apple- 
ton. Cambridge, J. Wilson and son, 1870. 

2 p. 1., 142 p. pi., geneal. tab. 24i«'°. 

CS71.B17 1870 

3-5C50 

162 Genealogy of Richard Baker, bom in England; died in 

Dorchester, Mass., October 25, 1689. Comp. by Edmund J. 
Baker . . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1889. 

40 p. 23"'°. 

CS71.B17 1880 

3-17341 

163 Short notes on the Baker family and also the related fam- 
ilies of Clark, Comstock, Baxter, Chaffee, Brown and Mason, 
comp. by Geo: Comstock Baker... Comstock, N. Y., Priv. 
print., 1896. 

12 p. 25«"». 

CS71.B17 1896 

8-18108 



S6 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Baker — Continued. 

164 A genealogy of Eber and Lydia Smith Baker of Marion, 

Ohio, and their descendants. Rev. to October 1909. Arranged 
by Elwood T. Baker . . . Chariton, la,, Lydia A, Copeland 
[n909] 

2 p. 1., 3-87, [1] p. front., ports., 6 geneal. tables. 21""'. 

CS71.B17 1009 
9-31061 

See also Jollifife. CS71.J75 1893 

Tyssen. CS439.T93 

Balcarres, Earls of. See Lindsay. DA758.3.L8C7 

165 Balch. 

Genealogy of the Balch families in America, by Galusha B. 
Balch . . . Salem, Mass., E. Putnam, 1897. 
xxxii, 553 p. col. front., pi., 25 port., 2 maps (1 fold.) 2 facsim., tab. 23"™. 

CS71.B18 1897 

8-26124t 

166 Genealogical chart of Balch family of New England, show- 
ing male lines of descent from the first colonist John Balch to 
the grandparents of the present generations. [Comp. by Samuel 
Weed Balch. New York ? n905] 

geneal. tab. (116i x 55'"») fold, to 27i<"". 

CS71.B18 1905 

5-32670 

167 . . . Reunion of the Balch family association . . . lst-2d 

[Philadelphia, 1905-061 

2 V. pi. 24"°'. 

Ist reunion has title: First reunion and organization of the Balch family asso- 
ciation by the descendants of John Balch, one of the "old planters" of Naum- 
keag, now Salem, Beverly and North Beverly, Massachusetts. 

CS71.B18 1905—06 

5-40584 

168 . . . Balch genealogica, by Thomas Willing Balch . . . 

Philadelphia, Allen, Lane and Scott, 1907. 

X, 410 p. incl. front, plates, ports., facsims. 28°™. 

CS71.B18 1907 

7-18676 

169 Baldwin. 

Nathaniel Baldwin and one line of his descendants. By 
Byron Anastasius Baldwin . . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1871. 
7 p. 25i"«'. 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for April, 1871. . 

CS71.B19 1871 
8-26123t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 37 

Baldwin — Continued . 

170 Notes on the ancestry of Sylvester Baldwin. By Charles 

C. Baldwin . . . Reprinted from the New England historical 
and genealogical register for July, 1872. Boston, D. Clapp & 
son, 1872. 

15 p. 24'"°. 

CS71.B19 1872 

&-1252et 

171 A record of the descendants of John Baldwin, of Ston- 

ington. Conn.; with notices of other Baldwins, who settled in 
America in early colony times. Prepared by John D. Bald- 
win . . . Worcester, Printed by Tyler & Seagrave, 1880. 

68 p. 24^'^'°. 

CS71.B19 1880 

4-6832 

172 The Baldwin genealogy, from 1500 to 1881. By Charles 

Candee Baldwin . . . Cleveland, O. [The Leader printing com- 
pany] 1881. 

974 p. illus., 8 port. 24"". 

CS71.B19 1881 

»-7489t 

173 Investigations concerning the family of Baldwin, of Aston 

Chnton, Bucks. By Joseph Lemuel Chester . . . Boston, Priv. 
print. [Press of D. Clapp & son] 1884. 

28 p. 25'='°. 

"Reprinted from the Historical and genealogical roister for April, July and 
October, 1884." 

CS439.B26 

3-7911 

174 The Baldwin genealogy supplement. By C. C. Baldwin 

. . . Cleveland, O. [Cleveland leader print] 1889. 

[975]-1373 p. illus., 8 port. 24i'=»". 

CS71.B19 1889 

9-7488t 

See also Adgate. F104.N93P3 

Prindle. CS71.P957 1906 

Vinton. CS71.V79 1868a 

174a Ball. 

The maternal ancestry and nearest of kin of Washington. A 
monograph. Washington, 1885. 
28, 8 p. geneal. tab. 24="i. 
By George Washington Ball. 
" Notes and addenda " : 8 p. 

CS71.B2 1886 

10—11551 



88 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

Ball — Continued. 

176 A Pennsylvania pioneer; [Joseph Ball] biographical sketch, 

with report of the executive committee of the Ball estate asso- 
ciation. Mansfield, O., R. J. Kuhl, 1900. 

2 p. 1., 704 p. 24"™. 

Comp. by Emmett William Gans. 

Feb. 21, 1901-70. CS71.B2 1900 

176 Francis Ball's descendants; or, The "West Springfield Ball 

family, from 1640 to 1902. By T. H. Ball . . . Crown Point, 
Ind., Press of J. J. Wheeler, 1902. 

80 p., 1 1. pi., port., map. 20"'°. 

CS71.B2 1902 

2-20050 

177 . . . Index to wills of Ball, Balle, or Balls, in the pre- 
rogative court of Canterbury, Somerset House, London. 1445- 
1802 . . . Bishops Stortford, A. Boardman & son, 1903. 

22 p. 22"°'. (Cover-title: Ball Tecorda. no. 1) 
At head of title: Ball records. Parti. 
Ed. by Henry Houston Ball. 

CS439.B28 1903 

9-16834 

178 Ball family records. Genealogical memoirs of some Ball 

famihes of Great Britain, Ireland, and America. Comp. by the 
Rev. William Ball Wright ... 2d ed., enl. and rev. York, 
Printed for the author by the Yorkshire printing co., ltd., 1908. 
8 p. 1., 199, Ixxii p. front., plates, ports. 27"™. 

CS439.B28 1908 

8-32368 

179 Recollections of the Ball family of South Carohna and the 

Comingtee plantation, by Anne Simons Deas. [Summerville ? 
S. C, ^9091 

189 p. incl. geneal. tables, facsims. plates, ports., plan. 25""*. 

CS71.B2 1909 

9-24239 

See also Glassell. F225.H41 



180 Ballard. 

Some of the descendants of Zaccheus Ballord, a private in 
the revolutionary war; also in the last French and Indian war 
Comp. by Esek S. Ballord . . . Boston, Press of D. Clapp & 
son, 1907. 

5p. 1., 73p., 11. front., pi., porta. 23i'"". 

CS71.B21 1907 

10-4376 

Ballord. See Ballard. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 39 

181 Ballou. 

An elaborate history and genealogy of the Ballous in America; 
carefully comp. and ed. by Adin Ballou . . . Ariel Ballou . . . 
and L. W. Ballou . . . proprietary publishers. [Providence, 
R. I., Press of E. L. Freeman & son, 1888] 

viii p., 1 1., [ix]-xiv, 1323, [1] p. front., illus., col. pi., ports., facsim. 24«". 

CS71.B22 1888 

4-13412 

See also Dobyns. CS71.D636 1908 

Faxon. CS71.F281 1880 

182 Bancroft. 

Thomas Bancroft and his descendants. Comp. by J. M. 
Bancroft . . . from probate and town records . . . [New York ?] 
1876. 

geneal. tab. 28 x 21«"» fold, to 23<"». 

1-16042 



CS71.B223 1876 



See also AUen. CS71.A43 1883 

Gamble. cs71.gi91 1906 

Bane. See also Layton. cs7l.ii429 1885 

183 Bangs. 

Genealogy of the Bangs family. By Dean Dudley. Boston, 
1854. 
geneal. tab. 29 x 24^"'" fold, to 26»'«». 



1-19656 



CS71.B226 1854 



184 History and genealogy of the Bangs family in America, 

with genealogical tables and notes, by Dean Dudley. Tracing 
the descendants, male and female from the Pilgrim ancestor, 
Edward Bangs of Plymouth and Eastham. Montrose, Mass., 
The author, 1896. • 

360 p. porta., facsim., geneal. tab. 24^=°'. 

CS71.B226 1896 

9-29050t 

Banister. See also Blair. CS71.B645 1898 

Banks. See also Alston. CS71.A46 1901 

186 Bannerman. 

Carlyle's first love, Margaret Gordon lady Bannerman; an 
account of her life, ancestry, and homes, her family, and friends. 
By Raymond Clare Archibald. With 21 illustrations including 
one in colour. London, New York, J. Lane, 1910. 

xvi, 213, [1] p. incl. col. front. 5 pi., 13 port., facsims. (1 fold.) geneal. tables 
(4 fold.) 22<"°. 

Bibliography: p. 183-184. Also list of authorities at end of each chapter. 

10-2620 



40 LIBKARY OP CONGRESS 

186 Banning. 

The first Banning genealogy, by Pierson Worrall Banning, 
Chicago . . . 1908. 

[390] 1. ports. 28^ x 22J'='". 

Typewritten copy. 

Interleaved. 

" This edition is limited to fifteen typewritten copies." 

CS71.B227 1908 

CA9-1633 

Bant. See also Bronsdon. CS71.B869 1902 

187 Banta. 

Descendants of Epke Jacob Banta who emigrated from 
Amsterdam, 1659. 
[n. p., 185-] 
Geneal. tab. 22x39=". 

CS71.B228 185- 

188 A Frisian family. The Banta genealogy. Descendants of 

Epke Jacobse, who came from Friesland, Netherlands, to New 
Amsterdam, February, 1659. By Theodore M. Banta . . . New 
York, 1893. 

xiii p., 1 1., 412 p. front., 3 pi., 3 port., geneal. tab. 25"™. 

CS71.B228 1893 
9-6901t 

189 Barber. 

Genealogy of the Barber family: the descendants of Robert 
Barber, of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. By Edward 
AtLee Barber . . . Philadelphia, W. F. Fell & co., 1890. 

1 p. 1., vii-viii p., 9-166 p. illus., 3 pi., 6 port., plan, tab. 22«™. 

CS71.B24 1890 

9-6902t 

190 A record of the ancestry and descendants of Edward 

Barber and wife, Phebe Tilhnghast, of Hopkinton, R. I. By 
Dorcas Waite Matteson. 1892. Wickford, R. I., Chace & 
Young [1892] 

80 p. 21°°'. 

CS71.B24 1892 

3-24612 

191 Genealogy of George H. Barbour, 1635-1897. By Fred. 

Carlisle. [Detroit, Winn and Hammond, printers, 1898] 

70 p. front, (port.) 181'='". 

CS71.B24 1898 
3-4180 

191a Barber genealogy (in two sections) Section i. Descend- 
ants of Thomas Barber of Windsor, Conn. 1614-1909. Section ii. 
Descendants of John Barber of Worcester, Mass. 1714-1909. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 41 

191a Barber — Continued. 

Pub. by John Barber White, ed. by LilHan May Wilson. Haver- 
hill, Mass., Press of the Nichols print, 1909. 
659, clxivp. front., plates, ports., facsim. 24^"". 
Section i, comp. by Lillian M. Wilson; section n, by E. D. Barbour. 

CS71.B24 1909 

10-11369 

See also Anderson. CS71.A55 1902 

Faxon. CS71.F281 I88O 

Merrill. CS71.M57 I886 

Barbour. See Barber. 

192 Barclay. 

A genealogical account of the Barclays of Urie formerly of 
Mathers; extracted from ancient registers, and authentick 
documents. Together with memoirs of the hfe of Colonel 
David Barclay of Urie, and of his eldest son, the late Robert 
Barclay of Urie. Collected for the information and use of their 
posterity. Aberdeen, Printed by J. Chalmers, 1740. 

61 p. ITi""". 

Comp. by Robert Barclay. 

CS479.B4 

9-12685 

193 The Barclays of Barclay of Grantuly or Gartly and of 

Towie Barclay. By Captain Douglas Wimberley . . . Re- 
printed from the ''Aberdeen free press." [Aberdeen?] 1903. 

65 p. 21^'=°'. 

CS479.B4 1903 

9-31477 

194 The Barclays of New York: who they are and who they 

are not, — and some other Barclays, by R. Burnham Moffat. 
New York, R. G. Cooke, 1904. 

4 p. 1., 474 p. 24i'"". 

CS71.B25 1904 

4-16789 

195 Our American Barclays, by ComeHa Barclay Barclay. 

New York, The Grafton press, 1908. 

80 p. 20^"'". 

"One hundred copies of this book have been printed for private distribu- 
tion only. This copy is number 100." 

CS71.B25 1908 

8-10305 

See also Berkeley. 

Hay. DA760.S25 vol. 12 

Repalje. CS69.H7 



42 LIBEAEY OF CONGKESS 

196 Bard. 

The Bard family; a history and genealogy of the Bards of 
•'Carroll's Delight," together with a chronicle of the Bards and 
genealogies of the Bard kinship, by G. O. Seilhamer, esq. Cham- 
bersburg. Pa., K!ittochtinny press, 1908. 

ix, 507 p. front., illus., ports., geneal. tables (partly fold.) 25"™. 

"Three hundred copies of this work have been printed, of which this is 

no. 151." 

CS71.B254 1908 

8-18347 

197 Barker. 

Pedigree of the family of Barker of Salop, shewing the branches 
settled at Hallon, Claverley, Colchurst, Wolverton, Haghmond 
Abbey, and Hopton Castle, co. Salop; at Fairford, co. Glou- 
cester; at Vale Royal, co. Chester; at Coleshill, co. Warwick; 
at Congreve, co. Stafford; and at Twyford, co. Berks. London, 
Priv. print., 1877. 

2 p. 1., 15 p. front, (coat of arms) 28i<'°». 

Reprinted from Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, New series, v. 2, p. 

505, 513, 576. 

CS430.B3 

9-19371t 

198 The Barker genealogy: giving the names and descendants 

of several ancestors, who settled in the United States previous 
to the Declaration of independence, a. d. 1776. From the most 
authentic sources. Comp. and ed. by James C. Parshall, esq. 
. . . [Middletown ? N. Y., 1897] 

36 p. 25«*>. 

CS71.B26 1897 

9-6903t 

199 The Barker family of Plymouth colony and county. By 

Barker Newhall . . . Cleveland, The F. W. Roberts co. [1901 ?] 

102 p. col. front., illus. 23^°"'. 

CS71.B26 1900 

1-4338 

See also Bill. CS71.H647 1907 



200 Barksdale. 

Genealogy of part of the Barksdale family of America. By 
Sarah Donelson Hubert. Atlanta, Ga., Franklin printing and 
publishing co., 1895. 

46 p. 23"™. 

CS71.B266 1895 

9-6904t 

201 Barlow. 

Family genealogy comprising the ancestry and descendants 
of Jonathan Barlow and Plain Rogers, of Delaware County, 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 43 

201 Barlow — Continued. 

N. Y. [and allied families] . . . Comp. and ed. by George 
Barlow. [Brooklyn, N. Y., 1891] 

iv, [51-508 p. illus., 3 pi., 28 port., 2 facsim. 24'"°. 

CS71.B27 1891 

9-6905t 

Se'e also Hill. CS71.H647 1879 



202 Barnaby 

The Barnaby or Bameby family. By Gen. Ebenezer W. 
Peirce ... From the Hist, and gen. register, vol. xviii, p. 361. 
[Boston, 1864] 
3 p. 23'='°. 
Caption title. 

CS71.B272 1864 

9-690et 

See also "Pierce. CS71.P616 1874 



203 Barnard. 

Barnard. Robert Barnard, of Andover, Mass., and his de- 
scendants. Comp. for R. M. Barnard. Everett, Mass., 1899. 

40 numb. 1. 23i«'°. 

CS71.B274 1899 

9-6907t 

204 Barnes. 

Barnes pedigree. Comp. by E. J. Sage, esq., from Harl. Ms., 
1463, fo. 53 . . . Parish registers of Barking, co. Essex [etc.] 
PLfondon, 187-] 

4 p. 26^°°". 

Caption title. 

Half-title: Additions to The visitation of London, a. d. 1568, pub. by the 
Harleian society. 

Reprinted from Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica. v. 1, n. s., 1874. p. 
78-79, 85-86. 

CS439.B32 

»-23217t 

206 Barnes genealogies, including a collection of ancestral, 

genealogical and family records and biographical sketches of 
Barnes people. Collected and comp. from authentic sources by 
Rev. Geo. N. Barnes. Conneaut, O., The Rieg & Smith print- 
ing CO., 1903. 

1 p. 1., [iv]-v, 221 p. incl. illus., plates, ports, front. 18"™. 

CS71.B28 1903 

4-7855 

206 The Barnes family of Easthampton, Long Island. By 

Richard Wynkoop. Edition of fifty copies . . . New York, 
Printed by T. A. Wright, 1906. 

25 p. 28i<'°>. 

Reprinted from the New York genealogical and biographical record, 1906. 

CS71.B28 1906 

7-14676 



44 ' LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Barnes — Continued . 

207 The Barnes family year book; an annual publication 

issued under the authority of the Barnes family association; 
comp. by Trescott C. Barnes ... v. 1-2. 1907-1908. New 
York, The Grafton press [1907-1908] 
2 V. 23''"». 

CS71.B28 1907- 

7-29852 

See also "Dawson. CS71.D272 1874a 



Barnhill. See also Roosevelt. CS71.R781. 1902 

Roosevelt. F157. B8E54 

Barnitz. See also Swope. CS71.S982 1896 

208 Barr. 

History of the Barr family, beginning with great-grandfather 
Robert Barr, and Mary Wills; their descendants down to the 
latest child. By Rev. Wm. B. Barr . . . [Hamilton, O., Press 
of Brown & Whitaker] 1901. 
216 p. front., pi., port. 20=°^. 

CS71.B29 1901 

2-17428 

See also Woolsey. CS71.W916 1900 



Barrel!. See also Hayford. CS71.H419 I90l 

209 Barrett. 

Genealogies of some old families of Concord, Mass., and their 
descendants in part to the present generation, Barrett, Blood, 
Brooks, Brown, Bulkeley, Buttrick, Conant, Davis, Farrar, 
Flint, Hartwell, Hayward, Hosmer, Hubbard, Jones, Minott, 
Potter, Prescott, Wheeler, Willard and Wood. Ed. by Charles 
Edward Potter. Vol. i. Boston, A. Mudge & son, printers, 
1887. 

3 p. 1., 5-143 p. pi., 14 port. (incl. front.) 35 x 28'=«. 

No more published? 

F74.C8P8 

7-18033 

210 Genealogy of some of the descendants of Thomas Barrett, 

sen., of Braintree, Mass., 1635. Comp. by WilHam Barrett. 
Saint Paul, Minn., Printed by D. Ramaley & son, 1888. 

294, [2] p. front, (port.) 23i<='". 

CS71.B3 1888 
fr-6908t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 45 

Barrett — Continued . 

211 Rev. Robert Barret of Virginia, and his descendants. 

Comp. by Edward A. Claypool . . . Chicago, 111., 1901. 
geneal. tab. 105 x SS"-" fold, to 28°"». 
A blue print. 

CS71.B3 1901 

2-27933 

See also Swain. CS71.S97 1896 



Barrington. See also Habersham. 0S71.H114 1901 

Barron. See also Washington. CS69.W5 

212 Bartholomew. 

Address of the Hon. Andrew J. Bartholomew . . . delivered 
Aug. 10, 1882, at Stony Creek, Conn., on the occasion of the first 
reunion of the descendants of Lieut. William Bartholomew. 
Boston, Press of Coburn brothers, 1882. 

37 p. 22J<"". 

CS71.B32 1882 

9-18729t 

213 Record of the Bartholomew family. Historical, gene- 
alogical and biographical. By George Wells Bartholomew, jr. 
Austin, Tex., The compiler, 1885. 

xvi p., 1 1., 752 p., 1 1. incl. illus., pi., port, front., pi., maps, plan, facsim. 
23^"'". 

CS71.B32 1886 

2-8721 

214 A collection of family records from Bartholomew, Botsford, 

and Winston lines of genealogy . . . Hartford, Hartford press, 
1899. 
60 p. front, (port.) 20^""'. 
Comp. by Sarah Annis Winston Pond. 

CS71.B32 1899 

1-15060 

215 Bartlett. 

Genealogical and biographical sketches of the Bartlett family 
in England and America, by Levi Bartlett . . . Lawrence, G. S. 
Merrill & Crocker, printers, 1876. 

114 p. tab. 23i'="». 

OS71.B33 1876 

9-6909t 

216 The Bartletts. Ancestral, genealogical, biographical, his- 
torical. Comprising an account of the American progenitors of 
the Bartlett family, with special reference to the descendants of 
John Bartlett, of Weymouth and Cumberland. By Thomas Ed- 



46 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

216 Bartlett — Continued. 

ward Bartlett. [New Haven, Conn., Press of the Stafford print- 
ing CO., 1892] 
112 p. 2 port. 24^"™. 

CS71.B33 1892 

9-6910t 

See also Ellis. P3.T61 

Lawrence. CS71.L42 1888 

Pierce. CS71.P616 1874 

Russell. CS71.R965 1879 

217 Barton. 

The quest of an ancestor, by William E. Barton . . . [Bos- 
ton] 1898. 
cover-title, 8 p. illus. 24^"'°. 

Reprinted from the New England magazine, September, 1898. 
Relates to Barton family. 

CS71.B336 1898 

1-5155 

218 Lieutenant William Barton of Morris County, New Jersey, 

and his descendants. By William Eleazar Barton. Oak Park, 
111., Vaile press, 1900. 

148 p. front., illus., port. 19^°". 
Privately printed. 

CS71.B336 1900 

1-5199 

219 Bartow. 

Bartow genealogy. Part i. Containing every one of the name 
of Bartow descended from Doctor Thomas Bartow, who was liv- 
ing at Crediton, in England, a. d. 1672. With references to the 
books where any of the name is mentioned. By E. B. [Balti- 
more, Innes & company, printers, 1878] 

216 p. 3 pi., port. 24"°'. 

219a Bartow genealogy . . . By Rev. Evelyn Bartow, a. m. 

Supplement. Baltimore, 1879. 

[217]-318 p. 24"™. [With his Bartow genealogy. Part i. [Baltimore, 1878]] 

CS71.B34 1879 

9-691 l-2t 

Bartram. See Bertram. 

220 Bascom. 

A genealogieal record of Thomas Bascom, and his descendants. 
By Edward Doubleday Harris. Boston, Mass., W. P. Lunt, 
1870. 
79 p. 23^<=°'. 

CS71.B35 1870 
9-6913 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 47 

221 Bass. 

Ancestors of Moses Belcher Bass, bom in Boston, July — 1735, 
died January 31, 1817. Also contains the ancestors of his two 
wives, EUzabeth Wimble and Margaret Sprague. [Boston, 1896] 

1 p. 1., 14 p. 23<'"». 

Comp. by Susan Augusta Smith. 

CS71.B356 1896 

9-6914t 

222 Genealogy. Bass. 1601-1904. Comp. by Edward Al- 

pheus Bass . . . Montello, Wis., Miss Kaufman print [1904 ?] 

cover-title, fold, geneal. tab. 25°™. 

CS71.B356 1904 
5-34134 

See also Robinson. CS71.R66 1894 

Thayer. CS71.T37 1836 

223 Bassett. 

WiUiam Bassett [who came from Lynn, Mass., in 1691 and set- 
tled near Salem, N. J., and his descendants] Philadelphia, B. F. 
Leeds, 1886. 

geneal. tab. (56 x 43^"'") fold, to 23"™. 

Comp. by Benjamin Franklin Leeds. 

CS71.B36 1886 

1-1981 

224 Report of the proceedings of the lst-3d reunion of the Bas- 
sett family association of America, 1897-1899. New Haven, 
Conn., Price, Lee & Perkins co. [1898-99] 

3 V. 25i'"". 

CS71.B36 1897- 

1-11982 

See also Willis. CS71.W73 1898 



225 Batchelder. 

A discourse at the funeral of Dea. Tyler Batcheller, at North 
Brookfield, Mass., Oct. 10, 1862. By the Rev. Christopher Cush- 
ing. Boston, Wright & Potter, 1864. 

32 p. front, (port.) 23"™. 

Appendix: Genealogy of the Batcheller family, p. 31-32. 

3-4341 

226 Batchelder, BatcheDer genealogy. Descendants of Rev. 

Stephen Bachiler, of England . . . who settled the town of New 
Hampton, N. H., and Joseph, Henry, Joshua and John Batcheller, 
of Essex Co., Mass. By Frederick Clifton Pierce. Chicago, 
W. B. Conkey company, 1898. 

623 p. incl. illus., 2 port. 26i"». 

0S71.B366 

9-6900t 

See also Dalton. 0S71.D152 1873 



Bate. See Bates. 



48 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

227 Bates. 

Genealogies of the families of Bate and Kirkland, of Ashby-de- 
la-Zouch, CO. Leicester . . . London, Priv. print., 1877. 
1 p. 1., 13 p. illus. (coat of arms) 29"". 
Comp. by John Paul Ry lands. 
Reprinted from Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, 1877, n. s., v. 2. 

CS439.B35 

9-23216t 

228 Genealogy of the descendants of Edward Bates of "Wey- 
mouth, Mass. By Samuel A. Bates . . . South Braintree, Mass., 
F. A. Bates [1900] 

145 p. front, (port.) 21^"°^. 
Edited by F. A. Bates. 

CS71.B368 1900 

1-1392 

229 Bates genealogy notes. 2. Some descendants of Samuel 

Blake and Susan Bates of Abington, Mass., by Louise Holmes 
Handy. South Braintree, Mass., F. A. Bates, 1903. 

1 V. 10 X IP". 

CS71.B368 1903 

230 Ancestors and descendants of Asa Bates of Cummington, 

Mass. By Newton W. Bates. West Bloomfield, N. Y., 1904. 

[28] p. front, (port.) 15"". 



On cover: Bates genealogy. 

4-37305 



CS71.B368 1904 



See also Butler. CS71.B986 1888 

Dawson. CS71.D272 1874a 

Henzey. CS439.H4 

Lamb. cs71.L218 1904 

Tyler. CS71.T983 1882 

Bath. See also Bent. CS71.B476 1903 

Bathurst. See also Jones. CS71.J76 1891 

231 Battell. 

Battelle genealogical record. Comp. by LilUan S. Battelle. 
Cincinnati, R. Clarke & co., 1889. 

20 p. incl. front. 23^=™. 

Descendants of Thomas Battelle, d. 1706. 

CS71.B37 1889 

9-11909t 

Battle. See Battell. 
Bauer. See Bowers. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 49 

232 Bavis. 

Ancestry of Samuel Adams Bavis. Maternal. [Philadelphia, 

1880] 

cover-title, 4 1. 26"™. 

CS71.B374 1880 

4-26195 

Baxter. See also Baker. CS71.B17 1896 

Bayldon. See Belden. 

233 Bayles. 

The ancestors of the Bayles family in the United States, 1617- 
1900. Arranged by Eliza M. Bayles St. John. Rockford, 111., 
W. P. Lamb, printer, 1900. 

41 p. front, (port.) 22^'^'°. 

"Spelled Bayles, Baylie, Bayley, Baylisand Baylies." — p. 5. 

CS71.B376 1900 

2-28234 

Bayley. See Bailey. 

234 Beach. 

The Reverend John Beach and his descendants; together with 
historical and biographical sketches and the ancestry and de- 
scendants of John Sanford, of Redding, Connecticut. [By 
Rebecca Donaldson Beach and Rebecca Donaldson Gibbons.] 
New Haven, The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor press, 1898. 

vi p., 3 1., 397, [1] p., 1 1. pi., port., facsim. 26"*. 

CS71.B38 1898 

Oct. 19, 98-4. 

Beakbane. See also Backhouse. cs439.Bid 

Beaker. See also Sabin. CS71.S116 1904 

235 Beal. 

John Beal of Hingham, and one Une of his descendants. [Bos- 
ton? 1865?] 

8 p. 25""*. 
Caption title. 

Signed: N. B. S. i. e. Nathaniel Bradstreet Shurtleff. Boston, May, 1865. 

CS71.B384 1865 

2-507 

See also Brooke. CS71.B87 1899 

Zimmeriuann. CS71.Z73 19— 

235a Beaman. 

The Beaman and Clark genealogy ; a history of the descendants 
of Gamaliel Beaman and Sarah Clark of Dorchester and Lan- 
caster, Mass. 1635-1909. By Miss Emily Beaman Wooden, 
A. M. [Rochester] 1909. 

209 [10] p. front. 20*"'". 

CS71.B387 1909 

10-15955 
35819°— 10 4 



50 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

236 Bean. 

. . . Proceedings of the lst-5th, 7th-10th reunions of the John 
Bean association . . , Portland, Me. [etc.] Smith & Sale, print- 
ters [etc., 1896]-1907. 

6 V. ports. 23i-24'=°». 

Title varies: 1896-1900: Proceedings of the John Bean (1660) association, at 
its annual reunion. 

1903/06- : A memorial volume of the proceedings of the . . . reunions 
of the John Bean association. 

1896-1900 lack imprint; published Exeter, N. H. 

In progress. 

CS71.B39 

7-29853 

237 Bear. 

A genealogy of the Bear family and biographical record of 
the descendants of Jacob Bear, 1747-1906; comp. by Walter 
Scott Bear. Harrisburg, Penn., Central printing & publishing 
house, 1906. 

216 p. front., plates, ports. 23''«'. 

CS71.B4 1906 

8-14833 

238 Beardsley. 

A sketch of William Beardsley: one of the original settlers of 
Stratford, Conn.; and a record of his descendants to the third 
generation; and of some who bear his name to the present time. 
By E. Edwards Beardsley . . . New Haven, Bassett & Bar- 
nett 1867. 

iv, [5]-32 p. 22i°™. 

CS71.B43 1867 

8-2ei27t 

239 Bearse. 

A contribution to the genealogy of the Bearse or Bearss 
family in America: 1618-1871. Ancestry and descendants of 
Dea. John Bearss and his wife, Molly (Beardsley) Bearss, of New 
Fairfield, Ct., and Westmoreland, N. Y. By John Bearss New- 
comb . . . Elgin, 111., 1871. 

cover-title, 16 p. incl. front, (port.) 22"'°. 

Privately printed for the use of the family. 

CS71.B434 1871 

8-26122t 

240 Beath. 

Family of Beath. Comp. by Kate G. Stone, great-great- 
granddaughter of Walter Beath. [Portland, Me., 1898] 

[20] p. 24^'=°'. 
No t.-p. 

CS71.B436 1898 

1-20886 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES ' 51 

241 Beatty. 

Beatty-Asfordby; the ancestry of John Beatty and Susanna 
Asfordby, with some of their descendants, by Mrs. Samuel Ru- 
dolph Turk. [New York] F. Allaben genealogical company 
[n909l 

184 p. incl. front., plates. 20"°^. {On verso of half-title: Allaben genealogical 
series) 

CS71.B437 1909 

9-25404 

See also Crall. CS71.C889 1908 



Beauchamp. See also Jennens. CS439.J6 

241a Beauman. 

Memoirs of Colonel Sebastian Beauman and liis descendants, 
with selections from his correspondence. Ed. by Mary C. Doll 
Fairchild. [Franklin? O., Editor pub. co.] 1900. 
3 p. 1., 137 p. front., port., facsira. 22«°'. 

Narrative of some events in the lives of her maternal ancestors and of her 
own early life, by Mrs. Eliza Susan (Morton) Quincy: p. 41-119. 
Sketch of the life of Rev. Geo. J. L. Doll: p. 120-137. 

E207.B37F2 
8-33605 

Bechtel. See also Stauflfer. CS71.S798 1897 

242 Beck. 

Pedigree of the family of Beck of Upton, co. Chester, with 
their alhances. Comp. by Matthew Gregson, esq., of Liver- 
pool; and continued from family documents, wills, and parish 
registers, by William Harrison, of Rock Mount, Isle of Man. 
[London? 18771 

3 1. 26i«"'. 

Caption title. 

Reprinted from Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, new series, vol. ii, 
1877, p. 285. 

CS439.B4 

9-25ia7t 

242a Beckford. 

Graphical and literary illustrations of Fonthill abbey, Wilt- 
shire; with heraldical and genealogical notices of the Beckford 
family. By John Britton . . . London, Printed for the author, 
1823. 

1 p. 1., viii, [5]-68, [4] p. incl. geneal. tables, xi pi. (partly col.) incl. 
front., plan, added engr. t.-p. 30^°™. 

Title vignette, in colors. 

806 copies printed. 

DA690.F6B7 

3-20706 

See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 



52 LIBBAEY OF CONGRESS 

243 Beckwith. 

''The Beckwiths." By Paul Beckwith . . . Albany, N. Y., 
J. Munsell's sons, 1891. 
384 p. col. pi. 23"'^. 

The author promises a continuation of the "History of the American Beck- 
withs." 

CS71.B438 1891 

8-26121t 

244 Beckwith notes nos. 1-6. Elkhorn, Wis., Printed by and 

for the compilers, 1899-1907. 
6 nos. in 1 v. 24«'". 

Comp. by Albert Clayton Beckwith and Edward Seymour Beckwith. 
No. 1 issued under title: Marvin Beckwith and his wife, Abigail Clark, 
their colonial ancestors and their descendants. 

CS71.B438 1899 

9-13646t 

See also Chouteau. CS71.C652 1893 



Bedell. See also Powell. F127.L8B9 

Bedford, House of. See Russell. da301.i.b.9A6 

Bedinger. See also Bittinger. cs71.B633 1904 

Bedon. See also Pendarvis. CS71.P397 1905 

245 Beebe. 

A monograph of the descent of the family of Beebe, from 
the earliest known immigrant — John, of Broughton, England, 
1650. Including details of patriotic services of individuals 
during the early settlement of the country, in times of peace 
and war. Comp. and ed. by Clarence Beebe. New York [1904 ?] 

126 p., 1 1. front, (port.) 2 pi. (incl. coat of arms) facsim. 23^" 

Pub. in two parts with cover-title: Beebe genealogy. 



icm 



CS71.B44 1904 

5-470 

See also Worcester. E207.B4C7 



Beecher. See also Dawson. CS71.D272 I874a 

Holton. CS71.H758 1881 

Humfreville. CS71.H923 1903 

Pringle. cs7i.P957 1906 

Beekman. See also Repalje. CS69.H7 

246 Belcher. 

Record of the descendants of Andrew Belcher. By W. H. 

Whitmore. Reprinted from the N. E. historical and genealogical 

register for July, 1873. Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1873. 

1 p. 1., 8 p. 24^"^. 
^ ' ^ CS71.B445 1873 

8-26120t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 53 

247 Belden. 

Concerning some of the ancestors and descendants of Eoyal 
Denison Belden and Olive Cad well Belden, by Jessie Perry Van 
Zile Belden. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott company, 1898. 

xix, 17-248 p. col. front., plates (partly col.) ports., map, charts (partly 
fold.) facsims. 26^"™. 

200 copies printed for private circulation. 

CS71.B447 1898 

8-26119t 

See also Converse. CS71.C766 1905 

Lewis. ^ CS71.L675 1910 

248 Belding. 

Some Belding genealogy; being some of the descendants of 
Richard Belding, of Staffordshire, England, one of the earliest 
settlers of Wethersfield, Conn. Comp. by Charles C. Whitney. 
Printed privately. New York, 1896. 
22 p. 24«°'. 

CS71.B46 1896 

4-24943 

Belfleld. See also Jones. 0S71.J76 1891 

Bell. See also McCormick. E184.S4M2 

249 Bellenden. 

The story of the Bellendens. By the Rev. J. A. Ewing . . . 
Hertford, Printed by S. Austin & sons, 1880. 
22, [1] p. 2li<"». 
Bookplate of Henry Famham Burke. 

CS479.B5 

9-12689 

260 Bellinger. 

A history and genealogy of the famihes of Bellinger and De 
Veaux and other famihes. Savannah, Ga., The Morning news 
print, 1895. 

cover-title, 108 p., 1 1. 23i<"°. 

By Joseph Graston Baillie Bulloch. 

Slips of errata and addenda inserted. 

CS71.B464 1895 

9-16591 

261 Bellows. 

Historical sketch of Col. Benjamin Bellows, founder of 
Walpole: an address, on occasion of the gathering of his de- 
scendants to the consecration of his monument, at Walpole, 
N. H., Oct. 11, 1854. By Henry W. Bellows. With an ap- 
pendix, containing an account of the family meeting. New- 
York, J. A. Gray, printer, 1855. 
2 p. 1., 125 p., 1 1. col. front., pi., fold, geneal. tab. 22^"". 

CS71.B46 1855 

&-6919t 



54 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

Bellows — Continued . 

252 Narratives, traditions and personal reminiscences con- 
nected with the early history of the Bellows family and of the 
village of Walpole, N. H. By Mrs. Emily R. Barnes . . . Bos- 
ton, G. H. Ellis, 1888. 

4 p. 1., [9]-383 p. 11 pi., 3 port. (incl. front.) 24" 



icm 

CS71.B46 1888 



7-36568 



253 The Bellows genealogy ; or, John Bellows, the boy emi- 
grant of 1635 and his descendants . . . By Thomas Bellows 
Peck. [1635-1898] Keene, N. H., Sentinel print, co., 1898. 

xvi, 657 p. pi., port. 25'=". 

CS71.B46 1898 

Oct. 19, 9&-91. 

254 Ezra Bellows of Lunenburg, Mass., and Springfield, Vt., 

and his descendants . . . By Thomas Bellows Peck. Burlington, 
Vt., 1901. 

14 p. 25<"°. 

Supplementary to the sketch in the "Bellows genealogy," 1898. 

Reprinted from the Genealogical quarterly magazine. 

CS71.B46 1001 

1-27978 

255 Parentage of Ezra Bellows of Lunenburg, Mass., and 

Springfield, Vt. With an account of the Bellows family of 
Westboro, Mass. Supplementary to the sketch on p. 609 of the 
''Bellows genealogy," 1898. By Thomas Bellows Peck . . . 
Burlington, Vt., 1902. 

9 p. 24^"™. 

Reprinted from "The Genealogical quarterly magazine." 

CS71.B46 1902 

3-11064 

256 Bemis. 

Jotham Bemus of Bemus's Heights. [Jamestown, N. Y., 
1894] 

[7] p. 21="'. 

Caption title. 

Signed: Daniel Hazel tine Post. 



CS71.B464 1894 



9-C918t 



257 The Bemis history and genealogy; being an account, in 

greater part of the descendants of Joseph Bemis, of Watertown, 
Mass. By Colonel Thomas Wain-Morgan Draper . . . San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. [The Stanley-Taylor co.] 1900. 
viii, 287 p. 25^"™. 

CS71.B464 1900 

1-4341 

— — See also Newhall. CS71.N548 1899 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 55 

258 Bence. 

The registers of the parish of Thorington in the county of 
Suffolk, with notes of the different acts of ParHament referring 
to them, and notices of the Bence family, with pedigree, and 
other families whose names appear therein. Ed. by Thomas 
S. Hill . . . London, Mitchell & Hughes, 1884. 

vi, 121 p. front., facsim., fold, geneal. tab. 26J('=™. 

Genealogical table: Genealogy of the ancient family of Bence of Aldeburgh, 
Ringsfield, Benhall, Thorington, etc., all in the county of Suffolk. By George 
Nayler, York herald, 1805. With additions to the present date <1882> fur- 
nished by the family. 

CS436.T54 

9-29008t 

Bendysh. See also Cromwell. DA427.N76 

259 Benedict. 

A genealogy of the Benedict family, taken from a manuscript 
kept by James Benedict, esq., of Ridgefield, Pawtucket, A. W. 
Pearce, printer, 1853. 

8 p. 25=°^. 

Incomplete. 

CS71.B466 1863 

260 The genealogy of the Benedicts in America. By Henry 

Marvin Benedict . . . Albany, J. Munsell, 1870. 

xix, 474, [1] p. ports. 23i<"°. 

CS71.B466 1870 

9-7302t 

261 Benjamin. 

A genealogy of the family of Lieut. Samuel Benjamin and 
Tabitha Livermore, his wife, early settlers of Livermore, Maine, 
with a record of their descent from John Benjamin and John 
Livermore, the emigrants, including biographical sketches, 
notes and diary, comp. by Mary Louise Benjamin . . . [Win- 
throp ? Me.] 1900. 

2 p. 1., 112 p. front., port., facsim. 24^''™. 

CS71.B468 1900 

1-2121 

See also Rix. CS71.R626 1906 



Bennett. See also Dennison. CS71.D396 1906 

Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

Hudson. DA690.W6H8 

262 Benson. 

The Benson family of Newport, Rhode Island. Together 
with an appendix concerning the Benson families in America of 



56 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

262 Benson — Continued. 

English descent. Privately printed. New York, The Nation 
press, 1872. 

65 p. geneal. tab. 24<=™. 

Preface signed: W. P. G. i. e. Wendell Phillips Garrison. 

CS71.B47 1872 

9-7301t 

See also Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

Van Deusen. CS71.V243 1901 

263 Bent. 

The Bent family in America. Being mainly a genealogy of 
the descendants of John Bent who settled in Sudbury, Mass., in 
1638, with notes upon the family in England and elsewhere. 
By Allen H. Bent . . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1900. 

6 p., 2 1., 7-313 p. front., pi., port. 24"™. 

CS71.B476 1900 

1-18148 

264 Who begot thee? Some genealogical and historical notes 

made in an effort to trace the American progenitors of one in- 
dividual living in America in 1903. By Gilbert O. Bent . . . 
Boston, Printed for private distribution, 1903. 

78, [1] p. 23i'=». 

Contents. — I. The male line. — II. The progenitors of Elizabeth Brown. — 
III. The progenitors of Grace Rice. — IV. The progenitors of Mary Felch. — 
V. The progenitors of Anna Longley. — VI. The progenitors of Mary Eliza Bath. 

CS71.B475 1903 

3-31339 

265 Bentley. 

The Bentley family. With genealogical records of Ohio 
Bentleys and known as the tribe of Benjamin. By General 
Roeliff Brinkerhoff . . . [Mansfield, O., 1897] 

20 p. 24""'. 

CS71.B477 1897 

9-7300t 

266 Bentley gleanings, comp. and pub. by (Mrs.) Julia Har- 
rison Lobdell . . . Family of John Witheretine. [Chicago, 
A. W. Fleming, printer, 1905] 

128 p. fold. map. 20^'='". 

"They fought in '76; hitsory [!]of the Witheretine family . . . compiled by 
Wm. Witherstine": p. [120]-128. 

CS71.B477 1906 

G-27432 

See also Pocahontas. CS71.B747 1887 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 57 

267 Benton. 

Samuel Slade Benton; his ancestors and descendants, by 
Josiah Henry Benton, jr. 1620-1901. Boston, The Merry- 
mount press, 1901. 

viii p., 2 1., 354 p., 1 1. illus., plates (partly col.) ports., maps, fold., facsim. 
25i<=". 
Ed. of 250 copies privately printed. 
Bibliography: p. 317-327. 

CS71.B48 1901 
May 30, 1901-14 

268 Ancestry and family of Caleb and Sarah Benton. Comp. 

by Charles E. Benton . . . [New Bedford, Mass. ? 1904 ?] 
geneal. tab. 48^ x ei""". 

CS71.B48 1904 

4-18959 

269 Caleb Benton and Sarah Bishop, their ancestors and their 

descendants; by Charles E. Benton . . . Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
Press of the A. V. Haight company, 1906. 
92 p. front., fold, geneal. tab. 26<'"». 

CS71.B48 1906 

6-15415 

Bentzen. See also Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

Bereman. See also Walton. CS71.W24 1906 

270 Bergen. 

The Bergen family; or, The descendants of Hans Hansen 
Bergen, one of the early settlers of New York and Brooklyn, 
L. I., with notes on the genealogy of some of the branches of 
the Cowenhoven, Voorhees, Eldert, Stoothoof, Cortelyou, 
Stryker, Suydam, Lott, Wyckoff, Barkeloo, Lefferts, Martense, 
Hubbard, Van Brunt, Vanderbilt, Vanderveer, Van Nuyse, and 
other Long Island famihes. By Teunis G. Bergen. New York, 
Bergen & Tripp, 1866. 
302 p. front., ports., 2 maps (1 fold.) 23"='. 

CS71.B49 1866 

4-24199 

271 Albany, J. Munsell, 1876. 

viii, [9]-658 p. front., illus., plates, ports., maps, plans, coats of arms. 23"". 
First edition, New York, 1866. 

CS71.B49 1876 

4-24200 

See also Crall. CS71.C889 1908 



58 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

272 Bergey. 

The progenitors of the Bergey family in America, by David 
Hendricks Bergey . . . [Philadelphia ?] Pub. for the Bergey 
family association, 1907. 

18 p., 1 1. front., illus. 21^"°'. 

"Published in commemoration of the unveiling of a memorial stone erected 
by the Association in the burying-grounds of the Salford Mennonite church 
over the graves of John Ulrich Berge and his wife Anne Mary." — Pref. 

CS71.B5 1907 

7-30148 

273 Berkeley. 

Berkeley manuscripts. Abstracts and extracts of Smyth's 
lives of the Berkeleys, illustrative of ancient manners and the 
constitution; including all the pedigrees in that ancient manu- 
script. To which are annexed a copious history of the castle 
and parish of Berkeley, consisting of matter never before pub- 
lished; and biographical anecdotes of Dr. Jenner . . . By 
Thomas Dudley Fosbroke, m. a. f. s. a. . . . London, Printed 
by and for J. Nichols and son, 1821. 

xii, 242 p. front., fold, geneal. tables. 28 x 22<'"i. 

CS439.B47 
9-11816 

274 Anecdotes of the upper ten thousand : their legends and 

their lives. By the Hon. Grantley F. Berkeley . . . London, 
R. Bentley, 1867. 

2 V. 23<"". 

DA110.B62 

6-1383 

275 The Berkeley manuscripts. The lives of the Berkeleys, 

lords of the honour, castle and manor of Berkeley, in the county 
of Gloucester, from 1066 to 1618; with a description of the 
hundred of Berkeley and of its inhabitants, by John Smyth 
of Nibley. Ed. by Sir John Maclean ... for the Bristol and 
Gloucestershire archaeological society. Gloucester, Printed by 
J. Bellows for the subscribers, 1883-85. 

3 V. illus., geneal. tab. 29 x 24^'="'. 

Title in red and black within red line border. Side notes. 
Vol. 3 has title: The Berkeley manuscripts. A description of the hundred 
of Berkeley in the county of Gloucester and of its inhabitants . . . 
"Pedigree of Smyth of Nibley": v. 1, p. 1. 4-6. 

DA28.35.B5S6 

3-6713 

See also Barclay. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 59 

276 Bernard. 

The Bernards of Abington and Nether Winchendon; a family 
history, by Mrs. Napier Higgins. London, New York [etc.] 
Longmans, Green, and co., 1903-04. 

4 V. 23"°'. 

Title-pages of v. 1-2 read: ... In two volumes. 



DA301.1.B4H5 



3-13331 



F'ee also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

Tiernan. CS71.T664 I90l 

Walker. CS71.W8 1902 

27ea Bertie. 

A memoir of Peregrine Bertie, eleventh lord Willoughby de 
Eresby, commander-in-chief of Queen Elizabeth's forces in the 
Low Comitries, and in France ; and governor of Berwick. By 
a descendant in the fourth generation. [Ed. by Charles Henry 
Parry] London, J. Murray, 1838. 

xviii, 180 p. front, (port.) fold, geneal. tables. 23'^°'. 

DA358.B4A3 

9-14372 

276b Five generations of a loyal house, Part i., containing the 

lives of Richard Bertie and his son Peregrine, lord Willoughby. 
By Lady Georgina Bertie . . . London, Rivingtons, 1845. 
Ix, 544 p. illus., 3 pi., port. 235«'". 
"No more published." — Brit. Mus. Catalogue. 

DA368.W7B6 

4-34677 

277 Bertram. 

Genealogical chart of the Bartram family. Darby, Pa., M. 
Bunting, 1895. 
geneal. tab. 97 x 51''°' fold, to 33 x 26i'='°. 
Lithographed in family tree form. 

CS71.B54 1805 

»-18744t 

Besbedge. See Bisbee. 

278 Best. 

History of Peter and Mary Best and their family. Read 
before a reunion of their descendants, held near the old home- 
stead, in HilUar Township, Knox County, Ohio, on the cen- 
tenary of the birth of Peter Best, May 13th, 1897, by Nolan 
Rice Best ... [n. p.] Pub. by direction of the family, 1897. 

cover-title, 15 p. 22^""', 

0S71.B56 1897 

9-7298t 



60 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

Best — Continued . 

279 The family of Best in America of Holland descent, with 

copious biographical notes, 1700-1901, by Charles Best Ben- 
son . . . [New York, The Knickerbocker press, ^1909] 

xiv, 189 p. front., 4 port., fold, facsim., fold, geneal. chart. 24^"™. 
"Fifty printed." This copy not numbered. 

CS71.B56 1909 

9-26976 

See also Fletcher. CS439.F53 

280 Bethuen. 

Records, genealogical charts, and traditions of the families 
of Bethune and Faneuil. Collected from authentic documents. 
Dedicated to the descendants of the family. By J. L. Weisse. 
New York, H. Ludwig, printer, 1866. 

54 p. front., phot. incl. port. 30^ x 22<="». 

25 copies printed. 

CS71.B563 1866 



281 A history of the Bethune family. Tr. from the French of 

Andre du Chesne, with additions from family records and other 
available sources. Together with a sketch of the Faneuil 
family . . . By Mrs. John A. Weisse. New York, Trow's print- 
ing and bookbinding co., 1884. 

1 p. 1., 54, [1] p. illus., pi. 30i X 24«'°. 

CS71.B563 1884 

3-5655 

See also Noyes. CS71.N956 1907 



Bethune. See Bethuen. 

282 Betts. 

Thomas Betts, (1618-1688) and his descendants. [New 
York, 18881 
cover-title, 1 p. 1., 132 p. fold, facsim. 23^<"°. 

Principally comp. by C. Wyllye Betts. Completed by Frederic H, Betts, 

CS71.B57 1888 

2-28245 

Beveridge. See also Bobinson. CS71.E,66 1907 

283 Bicknell. 

A memorial of a respectable and respected family, and espe- 
cially of Joshua Bicknell, farmer, representative, senator, judge, 
and eminent Christian citizen: ''The noblest Roman of them 
all." Comp. by Thomas WiUiams Bicknell. Boston, New- 
England pubhshing co., printers, 1880. 

32, xvi p. 24"™. 

CS71.B58 1880 

9-7297t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 61 

Bicknell — Continued . 

284 The Bicknells and the family re-union, at Weymouth, 

Massachusetts, September 22, 1880. Addresses, poems and 
speeches. By the pubhcation committee, for the family. 
Boston, New England publishing co., printers, 1880. 

96 p. col. front. 24"='. 

CS71.B68 1880a 

S-7296t 

285 The Bicknells. Proceedings and addresses at the second 

family reunion, at Weymouth, Mass., September 20 and 21, 
1882. With addresses and exercises at the dedication of the 
Bicknell family monument. By the publication committee, 
for the family. Boston, New England publishing company, 
1883. 

56 p. 23i«"'. 

CS71.B68 1883 

6-9209 

285a Biddle. 

Autobiography of Charles Biddle, vice-president of the Supreme 
executive council of Pennsylvania. 1745-1821. (Privately 
printed.) Philadelphia, E. Claxton and company, 1883. 

2 p. 1. [viij-xii, 423 p. 23^"™. 

Genealogical notes: p. [361J-423. 

285b Colonel Clement Biddle, communicated by Walter Living- 
ston Cochrane Biddle, with notes by M. C. Springer. (In Boo- 
gher's repository . . . Ed. by Horace Wemyss Smith . . . Phila- 
delphia, 1883. 28i'='«. V. 1, p. 101-116) 

E171.B72 

286 A sketch of Owen Biddle, to which is added A short account 

of the Parke family, together with a list of his descendants. 
By Henry D. Biddle. Philadelphia, Priv. print., 1892. 

87 p. facsims. 24"=™. 

This account of the Parke family was comp. by John Biddle from a fuller 
account contained in two mss. written between the years 1824 and 1840, by 
James P. Parke. 

The "sketch of Owen Biddle is reprinted from the Pennsylvania magazine 
of history and biography for October, 1892." 

E207.B6B5 

3-20262 

287 Bidwell. 

Genealogy to the seventh generation of the Bidwell family in 
America, by Edwin M. Bidwell. Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's 
sons, 1884. 

2 p. 1., [19]-123 p. 24='». 

CS71.B69 1884 
9-7296 



62 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

288 Bigelow. 

Genealogy of one branch of the Bigelow family, by W. H. Bige- 
low . . . Brattleboro [Vt.] Printed by G. E. Selleck [1877] 

10 p. 21J«'". 

CS71.B6 1877 

1-8171 

289 — — Genealogy of the Bigelow family of America, from the mar- 
riage in 1642 of John Biglo and Mary Warren to the year 1890. 
By Gilman Bigelow Howe . . . Worcester, Mass., Printed by 
C. Hamilton, 1890. 

xiii, [14]-517 p. incl. front, ports. 24^"°*. 

CS71.B6 1890 

9-7299t 

290 Concerning some Bigelows in the revolution. [Newark, 

N. J., 1897] 

15 p. 23i'"". 

Caption title. 

Signed: Samuel F. Bigelow. 

"Printed for private circulation." 

CS71.B6 1897 

9-7294t 

See also Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

Lawrence. CS71.L42 1856 

White. CS71.W585 1900 

291 Bigg. 

Notes on the family of Bigg, represented by the descendants of 
Hopestill Foster and John Stone [read Stowe] By William H. 
Whitmore . . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1875. 

10 p. 25<=«. 

Caption title: Will of John Bigg (from u copy furnished by E. W. N. Starr . . . 
and annotated by W. H. Whitmore) 

Reprinted from the New-Eng. hist, and geneal. register for July, 1875. 

CS71.B62 1876 

9-7293t 

Biles. See also JollifFe. CS71.J75 1893 

292 BiU. 

History of the Bill family. Ed. by Ledyard Bill. New York, 
1867. 

vii, [81-367, [1] p. front, (port.) 2^''^. 

CS71.B626 1867 

9-7292t 

See also Clarke. CS71.C6 1907 

Woolsey. CS71.W916 1900 

Billesby. See also Crall. CS71.C889 1908 

Billings. See also Thayer. CS71.T37 1836 

Billop. See also Farmer. ' cs7l.r234 1907 



AMERICAN AKD ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 63 

293 Bingham. 

Genealogy of the Bingham family in the United States, espe- 
cially of the state of Connecticut; including notes on the Bing- 
hams of Philadelpliia and of Irish descent, with partial genealo- 
gies of allied families. Comp. by Theodore A. Bingham. Har- 
risburg. Pa., Harrisburg pub. co., 1898. 

1 p. 1., xxxix p., 1 1., 178 numb. 1., 1 1., 179-249 p. front., plates, ports., fold, 
map, facsims. 26'"°. 

"Edition limited to 300 copies, no. 60." 

CS71.B628 1898 
Nov. 2, 98-11. 

See also Adgate. ri04.N93P3 



294 Bird. 

Bird genealogy. By William Bird Wylie . . . Saint Louis, 
Mo., 1903. 

1 p. 1., 13 p. 27"°'. 

CS71.B629 1903 

3-14254 

See also Byrd. 

Birdsall. See also Powell. F127.L8B9 

295 Bisbee. 

. . . Family records of some of the descendants of Thomas 
Besbedge, (Bisbee,) of Scituate, Mass., in 1634. Comp. by Wm. 
B. Lapham . . . Augusta, Me., Press of Homan & Badger, 1876. 

iv, [5H8 p. 23=". 

Printed for private distribution. 

CS71.B63 1876 

9-7291t 

Bishop. See also Benton. CS71.B48 1904 

Benton. CS71.B48 1906 

Converse. CS71.C766 1905 

296 Bispham. 

Memoranda concerning the family of Bispham in Great Britain 
and the United States of America. Comp. and ed. by William 
Bispham of New York . . . New York, Priv. print, [by GilUss 
brothers] 1890. 

5 p. 1., 9-348 p. front., illus., plates, fold, geneal. tables. 26^"™. 

100 copies printed, of which this is no. 41. 

CS71.B632 1890 

9-7289t 

Bissell. See also Dawson. 0S71.D272 I874a 

Bitsche. See Peachey. 



64 LIBEAKY OF CONGEESS 

297 Bittinger. 

Bittingerand Bedinger families, descendants of Adam Biidinger 
[n. p. 1904] 
63 p. geneal. tab. 23^"™. 
Dedication signed, Lucy Forney Bittinger. 

CS71.B633 1904 

Bixby. See also Converse. CS71.C766 1905 

298 Blackbume. 

Genealogical memoranda relating to the family of Blackbume, 
and its alliances. Comp. by the Rev. Francis John Poyn- 
ton . , . London, Priv. print, [by] Mitchell & Hughes, 1874. 

4 p. illua. (coats of arms) 28^^"™. 

CS439.B56 

9-19369 

298a (In Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica. Lon- 
don, 1877. 27<'°'. vol. 2, p. 78) 

CS410.M5 

9-19370 

299 Blackett. 

Memoirs of the public life of Sir Walter Blackett, of Walling- 
ton . . . with a pedigree of the Calverleys, of Calverley, in 
Yorkshire, and the Blacketts, of Newcastle upon Tyne and 
Northumberland. By John Straker. Newcastle, Printed by 
S. Hodgson, 1819. 

vii, xxxix, 51 p. front, (port.) illus., pi. 23^°°'. 
Added t.-p., engr. 

DA690.N6B6 

2-21890 

300 Blackball. 

The Blackballs of that ilk and Barra, hereditary coroners and 
foresters of the Garioch, by Alexander Morison . . . Aberdeen, 
Printed for the University, 1905. 

2 p. 1., [ix]-xiv, [2], 180 p. incl. double geneal. tab. front., 3 pi. (1 col.) port. 
26^''™. (Half-title: Aberdeen university studies: no. 16) 

Appendices: a. Barra castle (p. [107]); b. Regent William Blackball (p. 
[108]-113); c. Pedigree of Blackballs of that ilk and Barra (p. [114-115]); d. Illus- 
trative documents (p. [116]-161) 

CS479.B6 
7-9591 

301 Blackman. 

The Blackmans, Darrows, Booses, Joneses, Collingses, 
Stearnses, Straws, Plumbs, Hydes, by Henry Blackman 
Plumb . . . [Wilkesbarre ? Pa.] 1894. 

1 p. 1., 22 numb. 1. 26^x39=". 

CS71.B639 1894 

9-18737t 



AMERICAK AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 65 

302 Blackstone. 

The Blackstone family: being sketches, biographical and 
genealogical, of WilHam Blackstone, and his descendants. Nor- 
wich, Conn., Courier office, 1857. 

43 p. 23^"™. 

"Originally published in the Boston evening transcript ... 1849, by Mr. 
L. M. Sargent, under the title "Auld lang syne," and over the signature "Save- 
all" . . . Republished in present form by Lorenzo Blackstone, of Norwich." — 
Prefatory note. 

CS71.B64 1857 

3-3835 

302a Lineage and history of William Blackstone, first settler 

of Boston, and of his descendants, from his birth 1595 to the 
close of the revolution 1783, with a continuation in the line of 
Stephen Foot Blackstone, great, great grandson of William 
down to this date, by John Wilford Blackstone . . . Frederic, 
Wis., J. W. Blackstone, jr., 1907. 
292, V. p. front, (port.) 19'' 

10-15499 



CS71.B64 1907 



Blagge. See also Qodolphin. DA447.G6E0 

Blaine. See also McKinney. CS71.M168 1906 

Robinson. cs71.B66 1902 

303 Blair. 

Scotch and Irish Blairs. Biographical sketches. A reprint. 
Huntingdon, Pa., J. C. Blair, 1894. 
cover-title, 27, [1] p. 25^"™. 
Comp. by John Chalmers Blair. 

Reprinted from Mackenzie's "Scots writers," "Scotts worthies," Chalmers' 
"Biographical dictionary," Burnett's "History of our own times," Pultenay's 
"Sketches.'* 

CS479.B65 
9-28481 

304 The history of the Blair, Banister, and Braxton families 

before and after the revolution. With a brief sketch of their 
descendants, by Frederick Horner . . . Philadelphia, Printed by 
J. B. Lippincott company, 1898. 

ix, 19-257 p. illus., plates, ports., facsim. 23"'". 

CS71.B646 1898 

9-7288t 

305 The Blair family of New England. Compiled for Mr. Wil- 
liam Blair, Chicago. By Emily Wilder Leavitt . . . Boston, 
D. Clapp & son, 1900. 
1 p. 1., 194, [2] p. pi. 24<'«. 

CS71.B645 1900 

1-17G0 

See also Lawson. CS7 1.1^42 5 1903 



Blaisdell. See also Colby. CS71.C686 1895 

35819°— 10 5 



66 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

306 Blake. 

Blake family. A genealogical history of William Blake, of 
Dorchester, and his descendants, comprising all the descendants 
of Samuel and Patience (White) Blake, With an appendix con- 
taining wills, &c. of members of the family . . . By Samuel 
Blake . . . Bdston, E. Clapp, jr., 1857. 

140 p. illus. 25i''™. 

CS71.B646 1867 

9-7287t 

307 A record of the Blakes of Somersetshire, especially in the 

Une of William Blake, of Dorchester, Mass., the emigrant to New 
England: with one branch of his descendants. From the notes 
of . . . Horatio G. Somerby. Boston, Priv. print., 1881. 

64 p. 23=™. 

Introduction signed, W. H. W. (i. e. W. H. Whitmore) 

CS71.B646 1881 

3-11080 

308 The Blake family in England. By Francis E. Blake . . . 

Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1891. 

4 p. 24=™. 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for January 1891. 

CS71.B646 1891 

3-4043 

309 Our folks. [Second preliminary draft. Descendants of 

John Blake, of Middletown, Conn. Rockford, 111., W. P. Lamb, 
printer, 1895] 

cover-title, 39 p. geneal. tables. 24=™. 
Introduction signed: George M. Blake. 

CS71.B646 1896 

9-7286t 

310 Increase Blake of Boston, his ancestors and descendants, 

with a full account of William Blake of Dorchester and his 
five children. Comp. by Francis E. Blake. Boston [Press of 

D. Clapp & son] 1898. 

147 p. front., plates, facsims., geneal. tables. 25=™. 

CS71.B646 1898 

9-7285t 

311 Blake family records, 1300 to 1600; a chronological cata- 
logue with copious notes and genealogies of many branches of 
the Blake family, illustrated with photographs of various origi- 
nal documents, by Martin J. Blake ... 1st series. London, 

E. Stock, 1902. 

vi, [2], 199 p. front., facsims. 24^=™. 

CS499.B6 

9-19103t 

See also Bates. CS71.B368 1903 



Blakemore. See also Fletcher. CS439.F63 

Blakeslee. See Blakesley. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 67 

312 Blakesley. 

Samuel Blakesley of New Haven, Conn., and his descendants. 
By James Shepard . . . Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1902. 
15 p. 25^='". 
Keprinted for the author from the New-Eng. hist, and geneal. register for 

July, 1902. 

CS71.B647 1902 

2-24595 

See also White. CS71.W586 1892 



313 Blanchard. 

Commemorative of Calvin and Luther Blanchard, Acton 
minutemen 1775, by Alfred Sereno Hudson. West Acton. Mass., 
L. Blanchard, 1899. 

100 p. front., pi. 23i'"°. 

E241.C7H8 

1-18744 

314 Bland. 

Collections for a history of the ancient family of Bland . . . 
London [Printed by W. Nicol] 1826. 
xix, 305, [1] p. incl. coats of arms. 29J<=™. 
Dedication signed: Nicholas Carlisle. 

CS439.B65 

2-28647 

See also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 



315 Bledsoe. 

Historic Sumner County, Tennessee, with genealogies of the 
Bledsoe, Cage and Douglass famihes, and genealogical notes of 
other Sumner County famihes, by Jay Guy Cisco. Nashville, 
Tenn., Folk-KeeUn printing company, 1909. 

xii, 319 p. incl. front., illus., ports. 20"™. 

"Only five hundred copies printed. This book is no. 77." 

F443.S9C6 

9-9796 

Bleecker. See also Repalje. CS69.H7 

316 Blish. 

Genealogy of the BUsh family in America, 1637-1905, comp. 
by James Knox BUsh. Kewanee, 111. [H. L. Throop, printer] 
1905. 

xi', 366 p. front., plates, ports. 26^'^". 

"This book is limited to 315 numbered volumes, of which this is no 103." 

CS71.B649 1905 

5-15709 

317 BUss. 

. . . Genealogy of the BUss family in America, from about 
the year 1550 to 1880. Comp, by John Homer BUss ... in- 
cluding the compilations of Judge Oliver Bliss Morris . . . and 
Sylvester BUss . . . Boston, Mass., Printed by the author, 1881 

810 p., 1 1. front., ports. 24=™. 

CS71.B65 1881 

9-7284t 



68 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

Bliss — Continued. 

318 Boston, Mass., Printed by the author, 1881. 

39 p. front, (port.) 24"'". 

"Small edition published by Henry Putnam Bliss, Middletown, Conn., 
1904." Includes introductory matter and 1st to 4tli generations. 

CS71.B65 1004 

4-9145 

Blithe. See Blythe. 

319 Blodgett. 

Asahel Blodgett of Hudson and Dorchester, N. H., his Ameri- 
can ancestors and his descendants; comp. by Isaac Dimond 
Blodgett, his grandson. Boston, Printed for private circula- 
tion [by T. R. Marvin & sons] 1906. 

144 (i. €. 152) p. 5 port. (incl. front.) 24^'''". 

CS71.B652 1906 

6-35982 

320 Blood. 

Captain Edmond Blood, of Albany, N. Y. By J. Paul Ry- 
lands, esq. . . . [Boston, 1899] 

3 p. 24^'"". 

Caption title. 

"Notes to the above article by Walter K. Watkins, esq., of Chelsea, Mass.," 
p. 3. 

Reprinted from the New-Eng. hist, and geneal. register for July, 1899. 

CS71.B655 1899 

5-14277 

See also Barrett. F74.C8P8 



321 Bloss. 

Bloss genealogy. By James O. Bloss. [Boston, D. Clapp & 
son] 1887. 

19 p. 24^-'"^. 

Printed for private circulation. 

CS71.B666 1887 

3-7912 

322 Blount. 

Blount and Blunt. [Washington, D. C] Press of W. F. 
Roberts, 1902. 
geneal. tab. 56 x 43^"°'. 
Comp. by Helen M. Blount Prescott. 

CS71.B657 1902 

2-12289 

See also Croke. CS439.C82 

Blunt. See Blount. 
Blyth. See Blythe. 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 69 

323 Blythe. 

A brief historical sketch of the ancient name and family of 
Blithe, Blythe, or Blyth, in the counties of Warwickshire, Derby- 
shire, & Norfolk, by the Reverend William Blyth . . . Nor- 
wich, Printed by A. H. Goose and co., 1885. 

45 p. incl. geneal, tab. 17^ x 16""'. 

CS439.B68 

2-30587 

See also Gtentry. CS7l,G339 1909 



Board. See also Treman. CS71.T789 1901 

324 Boardman. 

Memoir of the hfe and character of Mrs. Mary Anna Board- 
man, with a historical account of her forefathers, and biographical 
and genealogical notices of many of her kindred and relatives. 
By her son-in-law, John Frederick Schroeder, d. d. New 
Haven, Printed for private distribution, 1849. 

478 p. front, (port.) 23""'. 

Appendix p. 363-420 contains geneal(^ies of the Mason, Whiting and Board- 
man families. 

3-17725 

325 Boardman genealogy, 1525-1895. The English home and 

ancestry of Samuel Boreman, Wethersfield, Conn., Thomas 
Boreman, Ipswich, Mass. With some account of their descend- 
ants (now called Boardman) in America . . . Comp. by Char- 
lotte Goldthwaite . . . Pub. by WilUam F. J. Boardman. 
Hartford, Conn., Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard com- 
pany, 1895. 

xiii, 778 p. front., plates, port., facsims., fold, geneal. tab. 25^"™. 
"350 copies printed." 

CS71.B662 1896 

9-7304 

326 The ancestry of William Francis Joseph Boardman, Hart- 
ford, Connecticut; being his lineage in all lines of descent from 
the emigrant ancestors in New England, by William F. J. 
Boardman . . . Hartford, Conn., Priv. print. [The Case, Lock- 
wood & Brainard company] 1906. 

3 p. 1., [5]^19 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 25^*™. 

"One hundred and fifty numbered copies." This copy not numbered. 

CS71.B662 1906 

7-«235 

See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 



70 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

327 Bockee. 

The Bockee family (Boucquet) 1641-1897, by Martha Bock6e 
Flint. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. [A. V. Haight] 1897. 

158, ix p. 24J<"°. 
Limited ed. . 

CS71.B665 1807 

1-28291 

Boddicott. See also Tyssen. CS439.T03 

327a Bodiam. 

Bodiam and its lords, by Mark Antony Lower. {In Sussex 
archaeological society. Collections. London, 1857. 23^°™. 
V. 9, p. 275-301) 

2-26585 DA670.S97S9 

327b Bodiam and its lords, by Mark Antony Lower ... A 

new ed. London, T. R. Smith, 1871. 
31 p. illus., pL 2li«"'. 

DA890.B7L9 

2-23024 

Bodine. See also Sinnott. CS71.S617 1906 

328 Boehm. 

Proceedings of the re-union of Apple's church and of the 
Boehm family, celebrated at Apple's or New Jerusalem Re- 
formed and Lutheran church, Leithsville, Northampton County, 
Pa., September 14, 1895; ed. by Rev. A. P. Horn. Heller- 
town, Pa., H. D. Laubach, 1902. 

154 p. pL, port. 23°"». 

CS71.B67 1903 

2-20018 

329 Boerum. 

The life of a patriot whom death deprived of his chance of 
signing the immortal declaration of American independence, 
Simon Boerum, of Brooklyn, N. Y. [New York? 1876?] 

20 p. 23""'. 

Caption-title. 

Signed Franklin Burdge. 

"Notes" p. 10-19 are mainly genealogical. 

Corrected to 1877. 

CS71.B672 1876 

1-24333 

330 Boevey. 

The "perverse widow" : being passages from the life of Catha- 
rina, wife of WilUam Boevey, esq., of Flaxley abbey, in the county 
of Gloucester. With genealogical notes on that family and others 
connected therewith. Comp. by Arthur W. Crawley-Boevey . . . 
London, New York and Bombay, Longmans, Green, and co., 
1898. 

XV, [1], 365 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 31^"™. 

CS439.B76 

&-3996 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 71 

331 Bogardus. 

Genealogy, history and verse. By Sarah Bogardus Fickett 
Ker-Hager. Photograph of genealogical tree mounted on verso 
of p. 155. [New York, W. S. Constant] 1900. 
4 p. 1., 155 p., 5 1. front., illus., plates, ports. 23^'=". 

CS71.B674 1900 

Oct. 18, 1900-101 

See also Gale. CS71.Q162 1866 

Janse. CS71.J35 1870 

332 Bogman. 

A genealogy of the Bogman family 1767-1890. Comp. for 
Moses Conant Warren, by Emily Wilder Leavitt. [Boston] 
Printed for private circulation [by A. Mudge & son] 1890. 

iv, 36 p. fold, facsim. 26"™. [With Warren, Mary Parker. A genealogy of 
one branch of the Warren family . . . Boston, 1890] 

CS71.W29 1890 

»-17838 

333 Boies. 

Descendants of David Boies, one of the first settlers of Bland- 
ford, Mass., arranged by Edward A. Claypool . . . from chart 
furnished by James Robinson Boies for Gibbs' Blandford, Mass. 
(1850); and from data furnished by Boies descendants. 1900-1. 
[Chicago? 1901?] 

geneal. tab. 76 x 55^"° fold, to 26 x W". 

Blue print. 

CS71.B678 1901 

4-37302 

Bokenham. See Bukenham. 

334 Bolding. 

Pedigree of the Bolding family of Warwickshire. Substan- 
tiated by extracts from parish registers, wills, administrations, 
subsidy rolls, &c., &c. Comp. by W. B. Bickley. Birmingham, 
Printed for private circulation, by Morland & Henson, 1898. 

32 p. fold, map, fold, geneal. tab. 25i'=°». 

CS439.B76 

8-26236 

335 BoUes. 

Genealogy of the BoUes family in America. By John A. Bolles. 
Boston, H. W. Dutton & son, 1865. 
2 p. 1., viii, 63 p. 30 x 23i<'"». 

CS71.B691 1866 
8-30523 



72 LIBKAKY OF CONGRESS 

336 Boiling. 

A memoir of a portion of the Boiling family in England and 
Virginia. Printed for private distribution. Richmond, Va., 
W. H. Wade & co., 1868. 

ix, 68 p. front., photos, (incl. ports.) 23"™. (Historical documents from 
the Old Dominion, no. 4) 

Added t.-p.: Memoirs of the Boiling family, written by Robert Boiling, of 
Chellowe, Buckingham County, Virginia, tr. from the original French manu- 
script by John Robertson, jr., son of Wm., 1803. 

"Edition of 50 copies." 

Preface signed: T. H. W. 

CS71.B692 1868 

9-7487t 

See also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

Tiernan. CS71.T564 I90l 

Bolster. See also Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

337 Bolton. 

The Boltons of old and New England. With a genealogy of 
the descendants of WilUam Bolton of Reading, Mass. 1720. By 
Charles Knowles Bolton. Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 1889. 
xiii, 85 p. pi., 6 port., 2 facsim., geneal. tables. 22^"™. 

"CS71.B694 1889 

9-15592 

338 The family of Bolton in England and America, 1100-1894; 

a study in genealogy, by Henry Carrington Bolton, ph. d., and 
Reginald Pelham Bolton . . . Embodying the "Genealogical 
and biographical account of the family of Bolton," published in 
1862 by the Rev. Robert Bolton, a. m., rewritten and extended 
to date. Illustrated with sketches by Reginald Bolton . . . 
New York, Priv, print. [The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor press, 
New Haven, Conn.] 1895. 

xvi, 524 p. illus. (incl. port.) geneal. tables (partly fold.) facsims. 26^"™. 
ReAdsed chart xi-iii (June 1900) and memoranda (3 p.) inserted. 

CS71.B694 1896 

9-7279t 

See also Habersham. CS71.H114 I90l 

Olin. CS71.046 1892 

339 Bond. 

American pedigree of Rev. Alvan Bond, d. d., of Norwich, Con- 
necticut. [Norwich, Conn., 1896] 

geneal. tab. 66i x 25'=°'. 

CS71.B7 1896 

5-34125 

See also Flagg. CS7I.F574 1903 

Salisbury. cs7i.si67 1892 

Bonenfant. See also Tetu. CS90.T45 

Bonnell. See also Clarke. CS71.C6 1904 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 73 

340 Bonney. 

The Bonney family, by Chas. L. Bonney ... 2d ed. [Al- 
bany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons] 1898. 
3 p. 1., 178 p. illus., map. 25i<=™. 

CS71.B71 1808 

12-190C-243 

See also Hayford. CS71.H419 1901 

341 Bontecou. 

The ancestry of Daniel Bontecou, of Springfield, Mass. A 
record of forty successive generations, extending through thirteen 
centuries. Comp. by John E. Morris. Hartford, Conn., Press 
of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 1887. 

29 p. 23'"°. 

CS71.B72 1887 

9-7283t 

Bonville. See also Willoughby. DA260.I172 

342 Boodey. 

Annals of the Boodeys in New England, together with lessons 
of law and Ufe, from John Eliot, the apostle of the Indians. By 
Robert Boodey Caverly . . . Lowell, Mass., The author, 1880. 

297 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 21"™. 

CS71.B724 1880 

9-7282t 

Bookwalter. See also Stauffer. CS71.S798 1897 

343 Boone. 

The Boone, Mayfield, Short and Tate brief family history. By 
R. N. Mayfield. [New York, 1902?] 
[6] p. illus. 28='°. 
Caption title. 

CS71.B726 1902 

»-5919 

Boos. See also Blackman. CS71.B639 1894 

344 Booth. 

The family of Richard Boothe, (an original settler in Strat- 
ford, Conn.,) traced through some branches of his posterity, 
and introduced by fragmentary notes on ancient Stratford. 
New York, C. S. Westcott & co., 1862. 

64 p. front., illus., fold. map. 19"™. 

By Benjamin Lincoln Swan. 

CS71.B726 1862 

3-3812 

345 Report of the Booth association of the United States, by 

Columbus Smith, a. d. 1868. Containing the organization, the 
Booth constitution, and information relative to Booth property 
in England; also pedigrees of the different branches of the 



74 LIBRAEY OP CONGEESS 

345 Booth — Continued. 

Booth family in America and England. Burlington, Free press 
steam printing house, 1868. 
64 p. 22'^"'. 

CS71.B726 1868 

9-15607 

346 Genealogy of the Booth family in England and the United 

States. Being a compilation of the pedigrees of the English 
line, and of the descendants of Richard Booth of Connecticut, 
U. S. A., down to the family of the compiler. By Walter 
Booth. Minneapolis, Minn. \W. S. Booth & son, printers and 
publishers] 1892. 

25 p. illus. 19=". 

CS71.B726 1892 

9-7281t 

346a One branch of the Booth family, showing the lines of 

connection with one hundred Massachusetts Bay colonists, by 
Charles Edwin Booth . . . New York, Priv. print., 1910. 
xi, 259 p. front, (coat of arms) port., facsim. 24^"™. 

CS71.B726 1910 

10-13496 

See also Pierce. CS71.P616 1874 



847 Borden. 

Historical and genealogical record of the descendants, as far 
as known, of Richard and Joan Borden, who settled in Ports- 
mouth, Rhode Island, May, 1638; with historical and biograph- 
ical sketches of some of their descendants. Comp. by Hattie 
Borden Weld. [Los Angeles? Cal., 1899?] 

348 p. col. pi., ports., facsim., fold, geneal. tab. 24"°'. 

CS71.B73 1899 

9-15590 

348 Pedigree of Richard Borden, who removed from the county 

of Kent, old England, 1637-1638, and settled at Portsmouth, 
Rhode Island, by Thomas Allen Glenn . . . Philadelphia, 
1901. 
15 p. 38^ X 30i'"°. 
Printed for private distribution. 

0S71.B73 1901 

2-10264 

349 Robergia; a story of old England, by Richard Y. Cook. 

Philadelphia [Press of E. Stern & co., inc.] 1905. 
xii, 121 p. front., 13 pi. (1 col.) fold, geneal. tables. 21 J""". 
"Printed for private distribution." 
Descendants of Henry Borden of Hedcom and Robergia his wife. % 

CS71.B73 1906 

5-12224 

See also Jennings. CS71.J545 1899 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 75 

350 Bordley. 

Biographical sketches of the Bordley family, of Maryland, 
for their descendants . . . By Mrs. EUzabeth Bordley Gibson, 
ed. by her niece, Elizabeth ^lifflin. Philadelphia, Printed by 
H. B. Ashmead, 1865. 

158, [1] p. 20"°'. 

In two parts. 

CS71.B732 1865 

9-7280t 

Boreel. See also Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

351 Borlase. 

The descent, name and arms of Borlase of Borlase in the 
county of Cornwall, with a chart pedigree and illustrations. 
London, G. Bell & sons; Exeter, W. Pollard & co., 1888. 

vii, 205 p., 1 1. col. front., pi. (partly col.) facsim., geneal. tab. 24^"™. 

Caption title: History of the family of Taillefer, alias Borlase of Borlas. 
Frank Taillefer in the county of Cornwall. By William Copeland Borlase. 

CS439.B77 

2-20542 

352 Borneman. 

The history of the Borneman family in America, since the 
first settlers, 1721 to 1878. Boyertown, Pa., J. H. Borneman, 

1881. 

114 p. 19^"™. 

The work was originally planned by Amos Borneman, who died before it 
was completed. Comp. by John H. Borneman. 

CS71.B736 1881 

9-15589 

353 Borton. 

History of the Borton and Mason families in Europe and 
America. Comp. bv Freeman C. Mason . . . Dowagiac, Mich., 
Printed by H. E. Agnew, n908. 
264, [40] p. plates, ports., tab., facsim. 25^°™. 
8 blank pages at end of volume for "Births" and "Deaths." 

CS71.B739 1008 

8-31438 

See also Haynes. CS71.H424 1902 



354 Boss. 

An inquiry concerning the Boss family and the name Boss. 
Correspondence between WilUam Graham Boss . . . and Henry 
Rush Boss . . . Chicago, The Ben Frankhn co., 1902. 

187 p. illus., port. 23««. 

CS71.B74 1902 

2-9130 



76 LIBEAEY OF CONGKESS 

355 Bostwick. 

Genealogy of the Bostwick family in America. The de- 
scendants of Arthur Bostwick, of Stratford, Conn. Compiled 
by Henry Anthon Bostwick, New York. [Hudson, N. Y., 
Bryan printing company] 1901. 

1172 p. front, (port.) col. pi. (coat of arms) plans. 24°™. 

No. 342 of a limited edition. 

CS71.B75 1901 

2-9254 

356 Bosville. 

Some account of Maidstone, in Kent; including the parlia- 
mentary report on the boundary of the borough: illustrative of 
a facsimile of an ancient sketch of the market place there, as 
it existed in the year 1623, from an original drawing formerly 
in the possession of Sir Henry Bosville, of Eynsford. To which 
are added genealogical tables of the Bosville family. By J. H. 
Baverstock . . . London, J. B. Nichols and son [etc.] 1832. 

22, [2] p. front., illus. 29"™. 

DA690.M2B3 

3-15901 

Boswell. See also Stubbs. CS71.S932 1902 

357 Boteler. 

Notes on the armorial bearings of Boteler of Brantfield, co. 
Herts, and Drake of Ashe, co. Devon, by Sir William Richard 
Drake . , . London, Priv. print., 1874. 

1 p. 1., 24 p. illus. 29''™. 

Pages 23-24 inserted loose. 

CB1629.B6 

&-37480 

See also Warrington. da670.l19C5 Vol. 86-87. 



358 Botfield. 

Stemmata Botevilliana. Memorials of the famihes of De 

Boteville, Thynne, and Botfield, in the counties of Salop and 

Wilts. With an appendix of illustrative documents. By 

Beriah Botfield. Westminster, J. B. liichols & sons, 1858. 

I p. 1., xiv p., 1 1., 204, xi, [I], dxlviii p. front, (port.) plates, coats of 

arms. 29*"™. 

^ , CS439.B78 

9-19368t 

359 Botsford. 

Band of Botsford. Act of organization, Buffalo, Erie Co., 
N. Y., 101 Rodney avenue, Wednesday, October 18th, 1905. 
[Buffalo, Printed by Baker, Jones & co., 1905] 

[8] p. 18"™. 

Caption title. , ^^^^ ../%^» 

^ CS71.B751 1905 

6-6160 

See also Bartholomew. CS71.B32 1899 

Boude. /See aZso Bringhurst. CS71.B858 I90l 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 77 

360 Boughton. 

Bouton — Boughton family. Descendants of John Bouton, a 

native of France, who embarked from Gravesend, Eng., and 

landed at Boston in December, 1635, and settled at Norwalk, Ct. 

By James Boughton. Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 1890. 

4 p. 1., [v]-vi, [7]-684 p. front., ports. 23^"°^. 

CS71.B76 1890 

9-7303t 

361 Bourn. 

A sketch of the descendants of Jared Bourn, who settled in 
Boston, about the year 1630. Bristol, R. I., For private family 
distribution only, 1875. 

30, [2] p. 23^'=°'. 

Comp. by Augustus Osbom Bourn. 

0S71.B77 1876 

9-7278t 

362 Boutelle. 

Boutelle. {In The history of Hancock, New Hampsliire, 1764- 

1889. By WilUam Willis Hayward . . . Lowell, 1889. 23«'". p. 

359-372) 

r44.H4H4 

See also Adams. E206.m:97 p. 300-307 

Bouton. See Boughton. 
Bovey. See Boevey. 

363 Bowdoin. 

Some account of the Bowdoin family; with notes on the 
famiUes of Pordage, Lynde, Newgate, Erving. By Temple 
Prime ... 2d ed. New- York, PThe De Vinne press] 1894. 

52 p. 24^0™. 

CS71.B786 1894 

364 Some account of the Bowdoin family; with a notice of the 

Erving family. By Temple Prime ... 3d ed. New- York, [The 
De Vinne press] 1900. 

18 p. 24^=°'. 

CS71.B785 1900 

' 1-19508 

365 Bowen. 

Memorial of the Bowen family. By E.G. Bowen . . . [Parti] 
Boston, Rand, Avery and company, 1884. 
xvi, 107 p. plates, port., fold, map, geneal. tab. 23^°°. 
Part 1 relates to the family in Wales. 
No more published? 

CS71.B786 1884 
0-8300t 



78 LIBEARY OF CONGEESS 

Bowen — Continued. 

366 Lineage of the Bowens of Woodstock, Connecticut, by Ed- 
ward Augustus Bowen. Cambridge, Mass., Printed at the 
B,iverside press, 1897. 
iv p., 1 1., 245 p. plates (partly fold.) facsim., geneal. tables (partly fold.) 

"Edition limited to two hundred and fifty copies, no. 63." 

^ CS71.B786 1897 

9-7277t 

See also Hughes. CS71.H892 1879 



367 Bowers. 

A family history. Johnson, Stewart, Wilson, Bowers. Wash- 
ington, Gibson brothers, printers, 1872. 

17 p. 22^"™. 

Dedication signed: Winslow M. Watson. 

The ancestry of Mrs. Margaretta M. S. Wilson Bowers. 

CS71.B7865 1872 

9-10864t 

368 Rev. John Bower, first minister at Derby, Conn., and his 

descendants, by C. C. Baldwin . . . Reprinted from W. C. 
Sharpe's History of Seymour, Conn. [Seymour, Conn.] 1879. 

cover-title, 8 p. 23^°™. 



CS71.B7866 1879 



10-2214t 



See also Habersham. CS71.H114 1901 

Stauflfer. CS71.S798 1897 

369 Bowie. 

The Bowies and their kindred. A genealogical and biograph- 
ical history. By Walter Worthington Bowie . . . Washing- 
ton, Cromwell bros., 1899. 

xix [21]-523 p. illus., port. 23J<'"». 

CS71.B787 1899 

June 22, 99-12. 

370 Bowles. 

The history of the Bowles family; containing an accurate his- 
torical Hneage of the Bowles family from the Norman conquest 
to the twentieth century, with historical and genealogical notes 
and some pedigrees of Bowles families in various sections of the 
United States and Britain. Comp. and pub. by Thomas M. 
Farquhar. Philadelphia, 1907. 

256 p. incl. front., plates, ports, pi. 20"™. 

Pages partly blank. 

CS71.B7874 1907 

8-19877 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 79 

371 Bowman. 

The Bowman family; a historical and memorial volume, from 
the earliest traditions to the present time, 1886. Harrisburg, 
Pa., Publishing department M. E. book rooms [1886] 

XV, 258 p. front., plates, ports. 21'"". 

Preface signed: S. L. B. i. e. Shadrach Lay cock Bowman. 

CS71.B788 1886 

5-451 

372 Bowne. 

William Bowne, of Yorkshire, England, and his descendants, 
by Miller K. Reading, m. d. Flemington, N. J., H. E. Deats, 
1903. 
47 p. 25J X IS''™. 

CS71.B789 1903 

a-18201 

See also Bjrrd. Ei59.a66 



Box. See also Bronsdon. CS71.B869 1902 

373 Boyd. 

Family record. Descendants of John and Mary-Fulton- 
Boyd . . . [Author: M. Hillis Boyd. Designer: A. Fulton 
Boyd] Harrisburg, Pa., L. S. Hart, lith., ^882. 

geneal. tab. 68i x 82"™. 

Accompanied by supplementary table, 27^ x 47"™. 

CS71.B79 1882a 

10-1545 

374 The history of the Boyd family, and descendants, with an 

historical chapter of the "Ancient family of Boyds," in Scotland, 
and a complete record of their descendants in Kent, New Wind- 
sor and Middletown, N. Y., Northumberland Co., Pa., and Bos- 
ton, Mass., from 1740 to 1884. By WilHam P. Boyd. Conesus, 
N. Y., Boyd's job printing estabUshment, 1884. 

1 p. 1., 4-318 p. front., plates, ports. 21i<=™. 

CS71.B79 1884 

9-7275t 

375 Proceedings of the 1st [to 7th] Boyd reunion . . . Pub. by 

the Boyd association liistorical committee. Youngstown, O., 
Youngstown publishing company, 1882-1892. 
7 V. in 1. 23i«™. 

CS71.B79 1882-1892 

9-727Ct 

375a Autobiography and sermons of Elder Elijah Martindale, 

also Pioneer history of the Boyd family, by Belle Stanford. In- 
dianapoHs, Carlon & HoUenbeck, 1892. 
vii, ITS p. front., port. 19"™. 

1-4226 



80 LIBKAEY OF CONGRESS 

Boyd — Continued. 

376 Origin and history of the name of Boyd 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 signifi- 
cance. The crescent family record . . . Chicago, 111., American 
publishers' association [1905] 
5p. 1., iv, [33]-112, [14]p., 11. illus.,pl. 22«'". 

CS71.B79 190^ 
5-18503 

377 Boyden. 

Thomas Boyden and his descendants, comp. by Wallace C. 
Boyden . . . Merrill N. Boyden, Amos J. Boyden. Boston 
[T. R. Marvin & son, printers] 1901. 

267 p. front, (port.) 24""^. 

Privately printed. 

CS71.B791 1901 

2-2218 

378 Boyle. 

Memoirs of the life of the Bight Honourable Charles, late 
earl of Orrery; and likewise of the family of Boyle. With a 
state of the controversy between that noble earl, and the Bev. 
Dr. Bentley . . . By Eustace Budgell ... 2d ed. To which is 
added an account of the Hon. Robert Boyle . . . London, W. 
Mears, 1734. 

xl, 258, [2], 34 p. 20"'". 

CS499.B8 1734 

0-19109t 

379 Memoirs of the lives and characters of the illustrious 

family of the Boyles. Containing many curious pieces of Eng- 
lish history . . . the whole extracted from original papers and 
manuscripts. Also an . . . account of the life, character and 
parliamentary conduct of the Right Honourable Henry Boyle, 
esq., speaker of the hon. House of commons . . . Dublin, 
J. Esdall, 1754. 

xxiii, 268 p. front, (port.) 17'=°'. 

By Eustace Budgell. 

CS499.B8 1754 

1-27638 

Boylston. See also Vinton. cS7l.V79l858a 

380 Boynton. 

. . . American, Boynton directory, containing the address of 
all known Boyntons, Boyingtons and Byingtons in the United 
States and British dominions. Comp. by John Farnham 
Boynton. Syracuse, N. Y. [Smith & Bruce, printers] 1884. 

147 p. 23^'='". 
At head of title: 1638. 

"Boynton convention, 1883," p. 133-138. — "Constitution and by-laws of 
the American, Boynton association, adopted August 14, 1883," p. 139-147. 

CS71.B793 1884 

2-28838 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 81 

Boynton — Continued . 

381 A reprint of Betham's history, genealogy and baronets of 

the Boynton family in England, with notes and additional facts. 
To which is added Burke's Peerage. Ed. by John Farnham 
Boynton . . . Syracuse, N. Y., Smith & Bruce, printers, 1884. 

40 p. incl. geneal. tab. 22"=™. 

Reprint of William Betham's "The baronetage of England," 1801-05, v. 2, 
appendix, p. 3-19, with short extracts from v. 1, and from Burke. 

CS439.B7e 

5-34145 

382 . . . The Boynton family. A genealogy of the descend- 
ants of William and John Boynton, who emigrated from York- 
shire, England, in 1638, and settled at Rowley, Essex County, 
Massachusetts. Comp. by John Farnham Boynton, and his 
wife Caroline (Harriman) Boynton . . . [Groveland ? Mass.] 
1897. 

xxxvi, 350 p. front., plates (partly col.) ports. 23<'"». 
At head of title: 1638. 

CS71.B793 1897 

Aug. 17, 99-8 

383 Brabazon. 

Genealogical history of the family of Brabazon, from its origin, 
down to Sir William Brabazon, lord treasurer, and lord chief 
justice of Ireland, temp. Henry VIII., who died in 1552; the 
common ancestor of the earls of Meath and of the Brabazons of 
Brabazon park, by Elizabeth Clifford of the illustrious house of 
Clifford; and thence from his only younger son, Sir Anthony 
Brabazon, of Balinasloe castle . . . down to his present repre- 
sentative and heir male, of this branch. Sir William John Bra- 
bazon, of Brabazon park in the county of Mayo, bart . . . Paris, 
Printed by J. Smith (for private distribution only) 1825. 

vii p., 1 1., [2], 21 p., 1 1., Ivi p. front, (port.) illus. (coats of arms) plates (1 
double) geneal. tables (partly fold.) 31^"™. 

"Molyneux family" :p. [xxxij-xlvi. 

Comp. by Hercules Sharp. 

CS439.B8 

10-8121 

Bracebridge. See also Fletcher. CS439.F53 

Shakespeare. 

384 Bracken. 

Wilham Bracken of New Castle County, Delaware, and his 
descendants, giving data bearing upon William Bracken, his 
son Thomas Bracken, and two generations of Thomas Bracken's 
descendants. By H. M. Bracken, m. d. Minneapolis, University 
press, 1901. 

79 p. 24"°'. 

On cover: Pt. 1, no. 1. William Bracken of New Castle County, Delaware, 
and his descendants. 

CS71.B796 1901 

5-449 

35819°— 10 6 



82 LIBEABY OP CONGRESS 

385 Brackett. 

The Brackett family. 2 parts. [Everett, Mass. ? 1896 ?] 

4 1. 25|«™. 
No t.-p.; title in ms. 

Signed Alpheus L. Brackett . . . Everett, Mass. 

Contents. — One branch of the first Brackett who settled in Portland, Me.— 
Hon. Thomas Brackett Reed's branch. 

CS71.B797 1806 

1-25015 

386 Descendants of Anthony Brackett of Portsmouth, N. H. 

By Alpheus L. Brackett . . . [Everett, Mass.] 1897. 

8 p. 23^"™. 

CS71.B797 1897 

9-7650t 

387 Brackett genealogy; descendants of Anthony Brackett of 

Portsmouth and Captain Richard Brackett of Braintree. With 
biographies of the immigrant fathers, their sons, and others of 
their posterity. By Herbert I, Brackett . . . Washington, D. C, 
H. I. Brackett, 1907. 

XV, 608 p. illus. (incl. maps, plan) 2 pi. 24"™. 

CS71.B707 1007 

7-27163 

388 Bradbury. 

Bradbury memorial. Records of some of the descendants of 
Thomas Bradbury, of Agamenticus (York) in 1634, and of 
Salisbury, Mass. in 1638, with a brief sketch of the Bradburys 
of England. Comp. chiefly from the collections of the late 
John Merrill Bradbury, of Ipswich, Mass. By William Berry 
Lapham. Portland [Me.] Brown, Thurston & company, 1890. 
320 p. incl. front., illus. ports. 24°™. 

CS71.B708 1890 

9-7651t 

See also Qoodwin. CR1669.G6 

Saunders. CS71.S256 1807 

389 Bradford. 

A genealogical memoir of the descendants of William Brad- 
ford, second governor of New Plymouth, in New England. 
Principally collected by Guy M. Fessenden . . . Boston, 
Printed by Coohdge & Wiley, 1850. 

27 p. illus., facsim. 21i'=™. 

CS71.B8 1850 

3-6536 

390 Bradford family. Genealogical memorials of William 

Bradford, the printer. By Samuel S. Purple . . . New York, 
Priv. print., 1873. 

8 p. front, (facsim.) 27^°™. 

"Edition, fifty copies, from the New York genealogical and biographical 
record; with additions, no. 33." 

CS71.B8 1873 
9-7652t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 83 

Bradford — Continued. 

391 One branch of the Bradford family; or, Descendants of 

Capt. Gamaliel Bradford. Taken from Descendants of Gov. 
Wm. Bradford of Plymouth, in course of preparation by Horace 
Standish Bradford. New York, Private print, 1898. 

27 p. incl. front. 23''"'. 

CS71.B8 1808 

9-7649 

892 Governor William Bradford, and his son Major William Brad- 
ford. By James Shepard . . . New Britain, Conn., J. Shepard, 
1900. 
103 p. incl. front., illus., plates, faceims. 23^"™. 
"Authorities": p. 11-12. 

CS71.B8 1900 
1-11972 

393 Genealogical record : the Bradfords, Fullers, and EUises, 

A. D. 1550-1900. By Capt. Caleb H. Ellis . . . Fort Fairfield, 
Me., L. H. Ellis & co., 1900. 

51, [3] p. front., pi., port. 23°«>. 

CS71.B8 1000a 
Jan. 24, 1900-62. 

See also Ames. CS71.A6 looo 

Flagg. CS71.F674 1003 

Ross. CS71.I1825 1008 

Tucker. cs71.T80 leoi 

Waters. CS71.W33 1886 

394 Bradish. 

. . . The fh«t six generations of the Bradish family in 
America. [New York? 1888] 
geneal. tab. 43 x 7P«. fold, to 19 x 7i«»». 
At head of title: Chart no. 1. 
Dedication signed John Quincy Bradish and Frank Eliot Bradish. 

CS71.B81 1888 

4-19248 

Bradlee. See Bradley. 

395 Bradley. 

History of the Bradlee family, with particular reference to 
the descendants of Nathan Bradley, of Dorchester, Mass. Col- 
lected and arranged by Samuel Bradlee Doggett. Boston, 
Press of Rockwell and Churchill, 1878. 

45 p. 25<"». 

CS71.B811 1878 

9-7648t 

396 Family notes respecting the Bradley family of Fairfield, 

and our descent therefrom, with notices of collateral ancestors on 
the female side . . . written in . . . 1883. By Joseph P. Bradley. 
Edited and published by . . . Charles Bradley. Newark, N. J., 
A. Pierson & co., 1894. 

1 p. 1., 69 p. illus., col. pi. 26^"'. 

CS71.B811 1804 

1-18202 



84 LIBRAE Y OF CONGRESS 

397 Bradshaw. 

Family memorials. Comp. by Antoinette Bradshaw Shattuck 
and John Herman Bradshaw. Chicago, KolHns pubhshing com- 
pany, 1890. 



85, [1] p. illua. 23i^ 

9-17832 



CS71.B812 1890 



398 Bradstreet. 

Pedigree of Bradstreet. Comp. by John Dean and Dean 
Dudley. [Boston, 18—] 
geneal. tab. 24'"°. 

CS71.B813 

CA 9-2569 

See also Gamble. CS71.G191 1906 

Maverick. CS71.M461 1894 

Bradway. See also Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

399 Brady. 

Brady family reunion and fragments of Brady history and 
biography, by William G. Murdock . . . Milton, Pa., 1909. 
124 p. plates, ports., facsims. 23"°'. 

CS71.B8132 1909 

10-6533 

See also McKinney. CS71.M168 1906 



Bragdon. See also Layton. CS71.L429 1886 

400 Brainard. 

The genealogy of the Brainerd family in the United States, 
with numerous sketches of individuals. By Rev. David D. 
Field, D.D. . . . New York, J. F. Trow, printer, 1857. 
vii, [8]-303 p. front., ports. 23^"°'. 

CS71.B814 1867 

9-7647t 

401 The genealogy of the Brainerd-Brainard family in America, 

1649-1908. By Lucy Abigail Brainard . . . Descendants of 
Daniel, the emigrant ancestor. Published in seven parts. [Hart- 
ford] The Case, Lockwood and Brainard company, 1908. 

3 V. front., illus., pi., ports., facsims. 25''™. 

No. 58. 

Each volume has special t.-p. 

Contents. — Vol. I, pt. 1-3. Descendants of Daniel, James and Joshua 
Brainerd, sons of Daniel and Hannah (Spencer) Brainerd. — vol. II, pt. 4-7. 
Descendants of William, Caleb, Elijah and Hezekiah Brainerd, sons of Daniel 
and Hannah (Spencer) Brainerd. — vol. III. Index to all parts. 

CS71.B814 1908 

8-30520 

Brainerd. See Brainard. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 85 

402 Brakeley. 

Chronicles of the Brakeley family, of Lopatcong, by George 
Brakeley White ... [n. p.] Printed for private distribution 
[•1886] 
vip., 1 1., 60p. SOi""*. 

CS71.B816 1886 

9-18735t 

403 Braley. 

The genealogy of the Braley family by Ellison L. Braley. 
Westborough, Mass., Chronotype printing company, 1907. 

20 p. 22*^™. 

CS71.B816 1907 

9-18481 

Bramble. See also Dobyns. CS71.D636 1908 

404 Bramshott. 

Scenes of rural life in Hampshire among the manors of Bram- 
shott, by W. W. Capes . . . London, Macmillan and co., lim- 
ited; New York, The Macmillan company, 1901. 
viii p., 1 1., 347 p. front., pi., geneal. tab., fold. map. 21°™. 

DA670.H2C2 

2-22210 

405 Bramston. 

The autobiography of Sir John Bramston, k. b., of Skreens, 
in the hundred of Chelmsford; now first printed from the orig- 
inal ms. in the possession of his lineal descendant Thomas William 
Bramston, esq. . . . London, Printed for the Camden society, 
by J. B. Nichols and son, 1845. 

XX, 443 p. geneal. tables. 22°™. [Camden society. Publications, no. xxxii] 

Preface signed by Lord Braybrooke. 

Contains a "Pedigree of Bramston," and genealogical matter. 

DA20.C17 voL 32 

10-2212t -^ 

406 Branch. 

Branchiana; being a partial account of the Branch family in 
Virginia, by James Branch Cabell .. . Richmond, Va., Printed 
by Whittet & Shepperson [^907] 

6 p. 1., l7]-177 p., 1 1. 10 port. (incl. front.) 25°™. 

"This edition of Branchiana is limited to one hundred and forty-seven copies." 
This copy not numbered. 

CS71.B817 1907 

7-37009 

See also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 



Branham. See also Jolliffe. CS71.J76 1893 

Vawter. 0S7i.V39i 1906 



86 LIBBAKY OF CONGRESS 

407 Branner. 

Outline of the genealogy of the first four generations of the 
Branner family in Virginia. By John Casper Branner. [New 
Market ? Va.] 1904. 

fold, geneal. tab'. 51 x 35^"". 

"Reprinted from the 'Shenandoah Valley,' New Market, Va., Dec. 1, 1904." 

CS71.B82 1904 

5-13212t 

408 Branson. 

The Branson family in Europe and America with connections. 
Ed. by Rev. Levi Branson . . . Raleigh, N. C, L. Branson, 

1898. 

28 p. illus. (incl. ports.) 23^"™. {On cover: Branson magazine of genealo- 
gies, V. 1, no. 1, June 1898) 

CS71.B821 1898 

9-7640t 

409 Brattle. 

An account of some of the descendants of Capt. Thomas 
Brattle. Comp. by Edward Doubleday Harris. [Boston, D. 
Clapp and son] 1867. 

2 p. 1., 90 p. illus., geneal. tab. 21<'°». 

CS71.B824 1867 

3-3811 

Braxton. See also Blair. CS71.B645 1898 

Bray. See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 

410 Brayton. 

Brayton [pedigree. Alban}', 1887.] 
geneal. tab. 44 x 55"™. 

Descendants of Francis and Mary Brayton, of Portsmouth, R. I. 
Reprinted from Genealogical dictionary of Rhode Island by John Osborne 
Austin. 1887. 

CS71.B827 1887 

2-27934 

See also Swain. CS71.S97 1896 

Breadalbane. See Campbell. 

411 Brearley. 

Genealogical chart of the American branch of the Brearley 
family. Chart B. Comp. and carefully cor. to date by . . . 
W. H. Brearley. Detroit, Mich., 1886. 

geneal. tab. 51^ x 42""" fold, to 25^ x 21^""^. 

With this are bound "A few statistics. Of the 204 living descendants of John 
Brearley no. 1 ..." 43 x 30""^ fold, to 21^ x ISi*"" and "An open letter" 
signed: W. H. Brearley, Detroit, Mich., May 13th, 1886. 27^"™. 

CS71.B828 1886 

9-7644t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 87 

412 Breck. 

Genealogy of the Breck family, descended from Edward of 
Dorchester, and his brothers in America; with an appendix of 
additional biographical and historical matter . . . and a com- 
plete index, by Samuel Breck, U. S. A. Omaha, Rees printing 
company, 1889. 

252, xxix p. illua. (incl. ports.) 23"™. 

Blank leaves for additional records interspersed. 

CS71.B829 1889 

9-7C45t 

413 The Sherborn and Gardner, Mass. Brecks, descendants of 

John Breck and his son Thomas of Sherborn, 1656 with notes 
upon the name in Great Britain. By Allen H. Bent , . . 
Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1902. 

16 p. 24«'". 

"The pages on the Sherborn Brecks are reprinted from the New England 
historical and genealogical register for October, 1902." 

CS71.B829 1902 

9-8765 

414 Breckenridge. 

The New England branch of the Breckenridge family, arranged 
by L. P. Breckenridge. Urbana, 111., 1904. 
blue print. 66^ x llli<'"> fold, to 23 x 12^"'". 

CS71.B83 1904 

S-21803 

415 Breed. 

Principal facts of interest concerning the Breed family in 
America, with the genealogy of the Stonington, Conn., branch. 
[Portland, Or., C. H. Crocker printing co., 1900] 

[15] p. IS""". 

Cover-title. 

"Printed in Portland, Or., Iby the C. H. Crocker printing co., for private 
circulation." — A. L. Beebe. 

Comp. by Julia Beebe Coates. 

CS71.B832 1900 

2-1905 

416 Breese. 

Personal reminiscences of the late Mrs. Sarah Breese Walker, 
with a genealogical sketch of the American branch of the Breese 
family, comp. by J. Eglinton Montgomery, [n. p.] Printed for 
private circulation, 1884. 

72, [1] p. incl. front, (coat of arms) port. 22J"™. 

CS71.B833 1884 

10-1492 

See also Salisbury. 0S71.S167 1886 



Brett. See also Hayford. 0S71.H419 I90l 

Brettell. See also Henzey. CS439.H4 



88 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

417 Bretz. 

Genealogy of the Ludwig Bretz family, 1750-1890. By 
E. W. S. Parthemore . . . Harrisburg, Pa., Harris burg pub- 
lishing company, 1890. 

7, [1], 142 p. 22i«°'. 

CS71.B845 1890 

9-764 It 

Brevoort. See also Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

Brewer. See also Whitmore. CS439.W5 1876 

418 Brewster. 

The Brewster genealogy, 1566-1907; a record of the descend- 
ants of William Brewster of the "Mayflower," ruling elder of 
the Pilgrim church which founded Plymouth colony in 1620; 
comp. and ed. by Emma C. Brewster Jones . . . New York, 
The Grafton press, 1908. 

2 V. fronts., illus., plates, ports., maps, facsims., diagr. 24^=™. 

"This copy is no. 4." 

Paged continuously. 

Contains the record of eleven generations through four grandsons: Benjamin 
Brewster, Isaac Allerton, Wm. Brewstet and Wrestling Brewster. 

CS71.B848 1908 

9-12408 

See also Taylor. CS71.T24 1898 



418a Brickwood. 

Genealogy of the Brickwood family, [n. p. 1908?] 
geneal. tab. 47 x US""". 
Comp. by Sir John Brickwood. 

CS439.B815 1908 

10-12094 

418b Pedigree of the Brickwoods of Long Ditton, Surrey. 

[n. p., 1908?] 
geneal. tab. 131i x 29'''". 
Comp. by Sir John Brickwood. 

CS439.B815 1908a 

10-11936 

418c Brickwoods of St. German's, Cornwall, [n. p., 1908?] 

geneal. tab. 81i x 28'='". 
Comp. by Sir John Brickwood. 

CS439.B815 1908b 

10-11935 

418d — Pedigree of the Brickwoods of Southwark and London, 
and of Maldon, Essex, [n. p., 1908?] 
geneal. tab. 76 x SI*"". 
Comp. by Sir John Brickwood. 

CS439.B815 1908c 
10-11934 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 89 

Brickwood — Continued. 

418e Pedigree of the Brickwoods of Thames Ditton, Surrey. 

[n. p., 1908?] 

geneal. tab. 33 x 21'^'°. 

Typewritten copy. 

Comp. by Sir John Brickwood. 

CS439.B815 1908d 

10-12093 

419 Bridge. 

An account of the descendants of John Bridge, Cambridge, 
1632. Boston, J. S. Cushing & co., printers, 1884. 
122 p. front, (port.) pi., diagr. 23^"'". 
Introduction signed: William F. Bridge. 

CS71.B86 1884 

9-7642t 

See also Brydges. 

420 Bridgman. 

Genealogy of the Bridgman family, descendants of James 
Bridgman, 1636. 1894. Comp. by Burt Nichols Bridgman 
and Joseph Clark Bridgman. Hyde Park, Mass. [C. W. Bryan 
company, printers] 1894. 

168 p. front., illus., plates, porta., faceim., geneal. tab. 23^"™. 

CS71.B862 1804 

9-7(>13t 

421 Briggs. 

A partial record of the descendants of Walter Briggs of West- 
chester, N. Y. To which is added some account of his ancestry, 
collateral branches, origin of the family name, ancient pedi- 
grees, wills, etc., etc. Comp. by Sam. Briggs. Cleveland, O., 
Printed for private circulation only, by Fairbanks, Briggs & co., 
1878. 

50, [1] p. 28i''°». 

"Two hundred copies published." 

CS71.B864 1878 

9-7()40t 

422 The archives of the Briggs family, by Sam. Briggs . . . 

Cleveland, O., Printed by T. C. Schenck & co., 1880. 

xiv p., 1 1., 264, [1] p. front, (port.) facsim., coat of arms. 24i'°». 
"Edition 150 copies, no. 61." 

CS71.B864 1880 

9-7639t 

422a Brigham. 

Brigham. {In A genealogical register of the descendants of 
several ancient Puritans. By Rev. Abner Morse . . . Boston, 
1859. 24'"« V. 2, p. 1-96. ports., coat of arms) 

F63.M88 vol. 2 



90 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Brigham — Continued . 

423 Official report of the first six meetings of the American 

Brigham family association held at Chicago, Illinois, Marlboro, 
Boston and Worcester, Mass., in 1893, '94, '95, '96, '98, 1900 . . . 
By Willard I. Tyler Brigham, esq. . . . Chicago, 111., 1900. 

3 p. 1., 64 p. front, (port.) illus. 24"™. 

" Edition limited." 

CS71.B855 1900 

Mar. 21, 1901-15 

424 Heirs of Dr. Samuel and Mary (Ball) Brigham. Comp. 

by Charles Nutt. Worcester, Mass. [19 — ] 

12 p. 16'-'°. 
Caption title. 

CS71.B856 19— 

10-2635 

425 The history of the Brigham family; a record of several 

thousand descendants of Thomas Brigham the emigrant, 1603- 
1653, by W. I. Tyler Brigham . . . collated and ed. by Emma 
E. Brigham. William E. Brigham, associate editor. New 
York, The Grafton press, 1907. 

XV, 636 p. front., plates, ports., map, facsim. 24J<"°. 

4 pages for "additions and corrections" and col. pi. (coat of arms) are loose. 

CS71.B856 1907 

7-20973 

426 Bright. 

The Brights of Suffolk, England; represented in America by 
the descendants of Henry Bright, jun,, who came to New Eng- 
land in 1630, and settled in Watertown, Mass. By J. B. Bright 
. . . Boston, Printed by J. Wilson & son, 1858. 
xvi p., 2 1., 345 p. front., illus., plates, ports., map, plans, coat of arms 
23i='°. 
Pedigree of Bright, 4 1. numb. A-G, follows p. 16. 

CS439.B82 

9-18150t 

427 Pedigree of Bright. Compiled from original manuscripts; 

viz., the Herald's visitations, deeds, wills, parochial registers, 
etc., and from monumental inscriptions. [Boston, 1858] 
[8] p. 23i«™. 

English ancestry of Henry Bright, who settled in Watertown about 1630. 
From the author's Brights of Suffolk, England. Boston, 1858. 

CS439.B83 

9-12692 

428 Historical sketch of the Bright family. Prepared at the 

request of the Historical society of Berks County, and read 
before that body Tuesday, November 13, 1900 . . . Reading, 
Pa., Times book print, 1900. 
cover-title, 27, [3] p. 23"'". 
By Albert Gallatin Green. 

0S71.B866 1900 

3-20265 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 91 

429 Brinckerhoff. 

The family of Joris Dircksen Brinckerhoff, 1638. New York, 
R. Brinkerhoff, 1887. 

2 p. 1., [3]-188 p. front., plates, maps, geneal. tables. 24^'^'°. 

Mounted photograph on fly-leaf. 

Compiled by Roeliff Brinkerhoff and T. Van Wyck Brinkerhoff. 

'Bicentennial Brinkerhoff reunion at Ridgefield Park; N. J., Aug. 27, 1885': 
p. 117-188. 

Blank pages "Family record" inserted. 

CS71.B867 1887 

&-7638t 

430 Bringhurst. 

History of the Bringhurst family; with notes on the Clark- 
son, De Peyster, and Boude families. By Josiah Granville 
Leach. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott co., 1901. 

152, [1] p. col. front., plates, ports., facsims. 28°"». 

250 copies printed. 

CS71.B858 1901 

1-23739 

Bristed. See also Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

Bristol. See also KuixifTeYiMe. cs7i.H023 1903 

431 Britton. 

Genealogy Britton, Brooklyn, New York, 1901. 

50 p. 25'^°'. 

C!omp. by Edward Earle Britton. 

CS71.B862 1901 

2-22609 

• 

432 Broaddus. 

A history of the Broaddus family, from the time of the settle- 
ment of the progenitor of the family in the United States down 
to the year 1888. By A. Broaddus . . . with an introduction 
by John A. Broadus . . . [St. Louis, Central Baptist print, 
1888] 

xvi, 17-208 p. incl. front., illus. (ports.) IQi"™. 

CS71.B863 1888 

3-30945 

433 Brocas. 

The family of Brocas of Beaurepaire and Roche court; 
hereditary masters of the royal buckhounds; with some account 
of the English rule in Aquitaine. By Montagu Burrows. 
London, Longmans, Green, and co., 1886. 

xii, 496 p. pi., fold. tab. 26i<'°>. 

CS439.B84 

1-17728 

Brock, See also Tupper. E353.1.B8T9 



92 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

434 Brockett. 

The descendants of John Brockett, one of the original founders 
of New Haven colony. Illustrated with portraits and armorial 
bearings; an historical introduction relating to the settlement 
of New Haven and Wallingford, Connecticut. The English 
Brocketts. "A pedigree of Brockett," published in England 
in 1860, comp. by Edward J. Brockett, assisted by John B. 
Koetteritz and Francis E. Brockett. East Orange, N. J. [The 
Orange Chronicle company, printers] 1905. 

266 p. 4 pi. (1 col.) 10 port. (incl. front.) fold, geneal. tab. 23^'='°. 
"The English Brocketts ... including The pedigree of Brockett" has 
special t.-p. 

CS71.B864 1006 

5-41002 

Brockiuan. See also Clark. CS71.C6 I905a 

435 Brockway. 

Genealogy of a branch of the descendants of Wolston Brock- 
way, who settled in Lyme, Conn., about 1660. Comp. by 
Beman Brockway. Watertown, N. Y., Brockway & sons' daily 
times print, 1887. 

cover-title, 22, [1] p. 23i'"". 

CS71.B865 1887 

9-7637t 

436 The Brockway family. Some records of Wolston Brock- 
way, and his descendants. Comp. [by D. Williams Patterson] 
for Francis E. Brockway. Owego, N. Y., L. L. Brockway's 
power print, 1890. 

1 p. 1., 167 p. ports., geneal. tab. 28i''"». 

CS71.B865 1890 

9-7636t 

436a Broke. 

Admiral Sir P. B. V. Broke ... a memoir. Comp. by Rev. 
J. G. Brighton . . . chiefly from journals and letters in the posses- 
sion of Rear-Admiral Sir George Broke-Middleton . . . London, 
S. Low, son, and Marston, 1866. 

xvi, 488 p. front., plates (1 fold.) ports. 23''"». 

Title vignette . 

' ' Broke genealogy " : p. 461-484. 

DA88.1.B7B6 

4-20632 

437 Bromfield. 

The Bromfields. By Daniel Denison Slade. Boston, Re- 
printed for private distribution [D. Clapp & son, printers] 1872. 
1 p. 1., 19 p. 24i<'°». 
"Edition of fifty copies." 
Reprinted from the New-Eng. hist, and geneal. register. 

CS71.B868 1872 

9-7635t 

See also SaUsbury. CS71.S167 1886 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 93 

438 Bronsdon. 

Bronsdon and Box families. Part i. Robert Bronsdon, mer- 
chant, and his descendants. Part ii. John Box, ropemaker, 
and his descendants. Comp. by Col. Lucius B. Marsh, and 
Mrs. Harriet F. Parker. (Published by Mrs. Parker.) Lynn, 
Mass., The Nichols press, 1902. 

xix, 311, [1] p. front., pi., port., facsim. 24'"»». 

CS71.B869 1002 

2-13121 

Bronson. See also Lewis. CS71.L675 loio 

Brooke. See Brooks. 

439 Brooks. 

Brooks memorial. Communications on the death of Charles 
T. Brooks, of Newport, R. I. By E. B. Willson, C. W. Wendte, 
R. S. Rantoul and W. P. Andrews. Read at meetings of the 
Essex institute, June 18, and Dec. 17, 1883 . . . Salem, Essex 
institute, 1884. 

1 p. 1., 37 p. 24i«»». 

From Historical collections of the Essex institute, v. xxi, and Bulletin, v. xv. 

"Genealogical notes respecting Henry Brooks and some of his descendants. 
Compiled by Luke Brooks, of Salem": p. 29-37. 

2-5510 

440 The Brooke family of Whitchurch, Hampshire, England; 

together with an account of . . . Robert Brooke of Maryland 
and . . . Ninian Beall of Maryland and some of their descend- 
ants. By Thomas Willing Balch. Philadelphia, Allen, Lane 
& Scott, 1899 [1898] 

3 p. 1., 64 p., 1 1. pi. 24i''»». 

CS71.B87 1899 

Apr. 13, 9»-9 

441 Origin and history of the name of Brooks, 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 
signi£cance. The crescent family record . . . Chicago, 111., 
American publishers' association, 1905. 

5 p. 1., iv, [25]-112, [14] p., 1 1. illus., pi. 22" 

8-17414 

See also Barrett. 

Conkling. 

Flagg. 

Greenlee. 

Thomas. 

Zimmermanii. 

Brooxnhall. See also Quisenberry. 



7om 



CS71.B87 


1905 


F74.C8P8 


CS71.C762 


1909 


CS71.F574 


1903 


CS71.G8142 


1908 


CS71.T46 


1896 


CS71.Z73 


19— 


CS71.Q9 


1897 



94 LIBEAEY OF CONGEESS 

442 Broughton. 

A sketch relating to the name and family of Broughton. [By 
Henry E. Waite, esq., of West Newton, Mass.] Boston, 1883. 
cover-title, 7, [1] p. facsims. 24°™. 

"Reprinted from the N. E. historical and genealogical register for July, 1883." 

CS71.B875 1883 

S-14278 

See also Delves. CS439.D46 



Broun. See Brown. 

443 Brown. 

Genealogy of a portion of the Brown family; principally 
from the Moses Brown papers and from other authentic sources. 
Providence, Press of H. H. Brown, 1851. 

16 p. 19'''". 

Comp. by Henry Truman Beckwith. 

CS71.B88 1861 

3-20245 

444 A genealogical table of the descendants of William and 

Elizabeth Brown . . . Showing the names, time of birth, mar- 
riages and deaths, of the descendants of William and Elizabeth 
Brown, in the male line, or, those only who perpetuate the name 
of Brown. By Samuel Brown, genealogist . . . Lowell, Printed 
by S. J. Varney, 1852. 

geneal. tab. 66 x 59^0"* fold, to 17 x le"". 

CS71.B88 1862 

10-4374 

445 Report to the Brown association, U. S. A., made by Colum- 
bus Smith, A. D. 1868. Published by order of the Brown asso- 
ciation. Burlington [Vt,] Free press steam book and job printing 
house, 1868. 

126 p. fold, geneal. tab. 22i''°». 

CS71.B88 1868 

9-7310t 

446 Sir Anthony Browne and his descendants. (In Ancestral 

stories and traditions of great families illustrative of English 
history. By John Timbs . . . London, 1869. 18^*''". p. 66-75) 

DA28.36.A1T6 

5-5847 

447 Family record of Silas Brown, jr. [New York, G. Mac- 

namara, printer and stationer, 1879] 

cover-title, 1 p. 1., ii, 3-38 p. 23"°'. 
Comp. by Augustus Cleveland Brown. 

0S71.B88 1879 

1-3120 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 95 

Brown — Continued. 

448 A biographical sketch of Captain Oliver Brown, an ofl&cer 

of the revolutionary army . . . By the Rev. Horace Edwin 
Hayden . . . Privately printed. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. [E. B 
Yordy, printer] 1882. 

22 p. 24=™. 

A genealogy of his descendants, p. 16-19. 



E207.B88H4 



-13466 



449 Historical genealogy relating to a branch of the Brown 

family, including brief history of other families. G. W. B. [i. e. 
George William Brown] 1885. Philadelphia, Press of J. P. Mur- 
ray [1885] 

3 pta. in 1 V. 1 fold. tab. IQ*". 

CS71.B88 1886 

3-2745 

450 Family notes, collected during many years, and dedicated 

to those interested. By Justin IMcCarty Browne. Hobart, Tas- 
mania, 1887. 

Ill p. ^G'". 

T.-p. wanting. 

Title supplied from "Australasian bibliography." 

CS430.B86 

9-2510St 

451 Memorials of the Browns of Fordell, Finmount and Vicars- 
grange, by Robert Riddle Stodart . . . Edinburgh, Priv. print, 
by T. & A. Constable, 1887. 

xii, 240 p. front., illus., 82 col. pi. 30«"». 
Title in red and black; title vignette. 

CS479.B7 
3-17082 

452 The Chad Browne memorial, consisting of genealogical 

memoirs of a portion of the descendants of Chad and Elizabeth 
Browne; with an appendix, containing sketches of other early 
Rhode Island settlers, 1638-1888. Comp. by a descendant. 
Printed for the family . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. [Press of Brook- 
lyn daily eagle book printing department, 1888] 

173 p. plates, ports., fold. map. 24"™. 

Edition of three hundred illustrated copies, of which this book is no. 194, 

Preface signed: Abby Isabel (Brown) Bulkley. 

Corrections and additional information by the author in manuscript. 

Appendix: Genealogy of a portion of the Brown family; principally from the 
Moses Brown papers and from other authentic sources [by n. T. Beckwith] 
Providence, Press of H. H. Brown, 1851. [Reprint] p. [131]-164. 

Blank leaves at end. 

CS71.B88 1888 

»-7309t 



96 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Brown — Continued . 

453 Brown memorial. Family of Benjamin Brown, m. d., 

comp. by Bertha Victoria Foster, for the family. 1891. Wash- 
ington, D. C, Judd & Detweiler, printers, 1893. 

26 p. 24"°'. 

CS71.B88 1893 

3-23941 

454 A genealogical record of the Brown family, by George 

Hoffman Penrose, m. d. [Salt Lake City, Utah, 18961 

35 p. 24'=°i. 

CS71.B88 1896 

9-7308t 

465 Some Brown genealogy, being some of the descendants of 

John Brown, one of the early settlers of Reading, Mass. Comp. 
by Charles C. Whitney. Printed privately. New York, 1897. 
32 p. 24"'". 

CS71.B88 1897 

5-14203 

456 Genealogy of the Brown family, of Prince William County, 

Virginia; being a history of William Brown and seven genera- 
tions of his descendants. By James Edgar Brown . . . Chicago, 
G. E. Brown & co., 1898. 

143, [1] p. porta. 23i<"". 

CS71.B88 1898 

306 

456a The Brownes of Bechworth castle, the ancestors of the 

viscounts Montague; the Brownes of Horton-Kirby, Cubley, 
Bentley, and Derby; the Cave-Brownes of Stretton, and of 
many other places in the counties of Derby, Leicester, North- 
ampton, Kent, Surrey, Sussex and Essex. By John Pym Yeat- 
man . . . [Lewes] Published by the author. [Printed at the 
Lewes and South counties press, ltd., 1903.] 

xxiii, 238 p. front., plates, facsim. 26^"™. 

This work is practically a supplement to the author's history of the House 
of Arundel, Lond., 1882. Pref. 

CS439.B85 1903 

10-10918 

457 Our family records ; a genealogical record of William Brown 

and descendants, of America. Comp. by W. H. Taylor, great 
grandson of William Brown of the first generation. Pittsburgh, 
Pa., Dermitt printing company, 1905. 
228 p., 2 1. incl. front, (port.) 23i''"». 
2 1. at end for additional records. 

CS71.B88 1906 
7-18578 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 97 

Brown — Continued . 

457a . . . Candle wood, an ancient neighborhood in Ipswich; 

with genealogies of John Brown, William Fellows, Robert Kins- 
man, by T. Frank Waters . . . Salem, Mass., Salem press, 1909. 

I p. 1., 161 p. front., plates, maps. 23J''". 
(Publicationa oi the Ipswich Historical Society, no. xvi.) 

F74.I6I8 vol.16 

See also Baker. CS71.B17 1896 

Barrett. F74.C8P8 

Bent. CS71.B475 1903 

Conway. CS71.C767 1904 

Forrest. CS71.F729 1897 

Gamble. CS71.G191 1908 

Glassell. F226.H41 

Gustin. CS71.G982 1900 

Humfreville. cs71.H923 1903 

Loomis. CS71.L863 1880 

Lynde. 

Miller. CS71.M66 1907 

Wells. CS71.W466 1892 

Wilcox. CS71.W667 1902 

Browne. See Brown. 

Brownell. See also Pierce. CS71.P616 1874 

458 Browning. 

Genealogy of the Brownings in America from 1621 to 1908. 
By Edward Franklin Browning . . , [Newburgh, N. Y., Journal 
print, 1908?] 

982 p. col. pi. (coat of arms) 26^'"°. 

CS71.B886 1908 

9-15755 

See also Jones. CS71.J76 1891 



459 Brubacher. 

The Brubacher genealogy in America. By Jacob N. Bru- 
bacher. Elkhart, Ind., Mennonite publishing co., 1884. 
243 p. 14'-'". 

CS71.B886 1884 
a-7307t 

460 Bruce. 

Family records of the Bruces and the Cumyns, with an his- 
torical introduction and appendix, from authentic public and 
35819°— 10 7 



98 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

460 Bruce — Continued. 

private documents; by M. E. Gumming Bruce. Edinburgh and 
London, W. Blackwood and sons, 1870. 

4 p. 1., 692 p. illus., 4 pi., geneal. tab. 27 x 21Ji«"", 

DA758.3.B87 

4-28140 

See also Drummond. CS419.D7 

Junkin. CS71.J95 1908 

Moorhead. CS71.M825 1901 

Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

Upton. CS71.TJ71 1874 

461 Bruen. 

. . . Bruen of Bruen Stapleford . . . From original deeds, the 
inquisitions [etc.] ... [n. p., 189-?] 

geneal. tab., 20^ x 25i=°>. 

Family pedigree, apparently reprinted from Ormerod's "History of the county 
Palatine and city of Chester ... 2d ed. rev. and enl. by Thomas Helsby." 
1882, [v. 2] p. 322-323. 

Running titles: The history of Cheshire; Ediabury hundred. 

Manuscript notes on back giving genealogy of Bruen- Whitehouse family. 

CS439.B86 

CA 8-1916 , 

See also Baldwin. CS7I.B19 1881 

462 Brunswick. 

A concise history of the kingdom of Hanover from the earliest 
periods, to its restoration in 1813 : and of the house of Brunswick. 
By William Hamilton Reid, esq. Embellished with engravings. 
London, E. Orme, 1816. 

5 p. 1., 138 p. front., plates, port., map. SS""". 
Added t.-p., engr. 

DD491.H25R3 
4-27110 

463 Memoirs of the house of Brunswick from the most early 

accounts of that illustrious family to the end of the reign of King 
George the First . . . By Henry Rimius . . . London, Printed 
for the author, by J. Haberkom, 1750. 

xvi, 455 p. 8 fold. tab. 25^''°>. 

DD801.B857I15 

8-20430 

See also Guelf. DD801.B857H2 

Guelf. CS418.L5 

Hanover. dd491.h25H2 

464 Brush. 

Of the Brush family in America. Collected from various 
sources with references and notes. By George Rawson Brush. 
Sayville, N. Y., 1891. 

1 p. 1., 9 p. 15''«. 

CS71.B912 1891 

&-11684 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 99 

Brush — Continued . 

465 Concerning the ancestors of Abner Brush and Laura Hub- 
bard Brush. [Philadelphia, 1908] 
20 p. 22'='". 
Signed: A. F. B. i. e. Anna Forney Brush. 

CS71.B912 

9-730Gt 

See also Walbridge. CS71.W16 1898 



Bryan. See also Baldwin. cs71.bi9 1889 

Qlassell. F226.H41 

Macginnis. CS71.M145 1891 

Pendarvis. CS71.P397 1906 

Bryant. See also Carteret. CS71.C324 1887 

Mitchell. F74.E18B9 

466 Brydges. 

Ataviae regise : consisting of sixty copies only, comp. for private 
use. By Sir Egerton Brydges, bart. . . . Florence, Printed by 
J. Marenigh, 1820. 

4, XV, 118, [5] p. 5 pi. (coats of arms) 32i'=»». 

Plates precede title-page. 

Ist coat of aims duplicated and preceded by proof; 2d coat of arms preceded 
by proof. 

Appended: heraldic plate accompanied by 1 leaf of explanation; folded 
geneal. table. 

Contains genealogical tables of the families connected with that of Brydges. 

CS439.B9 

»-19367t 

467 Stenunata illustria; prsecipue regia. Auctore Sa. Egerton 

de Bruges . . . Paris, Printed by J. Smith, 1825. 

xvi, [157] p. incl. geneal. tab. 5 pi., 4 coats of arms. 48^"'°. 
Various paging. 

Only 100 copies, for private distribution. 

The object of the work is "to trace the streams of royal and illustrious blood 
which have flowed into the compiler's veins in the female line." 

CS439.B9 1826 

10-47t 

See also Bridge. 

468 Buchanan. 

An inquiry into the genealogy and present state of ancient 
Scottish surnames; with the origin and descent of the Highland 
clans and family of Buchanan. By William Buchanan . . . 
[2d ed.] Edmburgh, Printed by W. Auld, 1775. 

X p., 11., 158 p., 11., 190 p. 20i<=°>. 
First published in the year 1723. 

CS2435.B8 

10-63 



100 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Buchanan — Continued . 

468a Glasgow, Printed for J. Wylie & co. by R. Chap- 
man, 1820. 

XV, 310, [1] p. IS^*"". {In Miscellanea scotica, v. 4) 

DA755.M6 

10-64 

469 An historical and genealogical essay upon the family and 

surname of Buchanan. By William Buchanan . . . Edin- 
burgh, Printed by W. Auld, 1775. 

1 p. 1., 190 p. 20^'=™. {In his An inquiry into the genealogy and present state 
of ancient Scottish surnames . . . Edinburgh, 1775) 
"First published in the year 1723." 

CS2435.B8 

10-1189 . 

470 Strathendrick and its inhabitants from early times; an 

account of the parishes of Fintry, Balfron, Killearn, Drymen, 
Buchanan, and Kilmaronock. By John Guthrie Smith . . . 
Glasgow, J. Maclehose and sons, 1896. 
XXV, [1] p., 1 1., 410 p., 1 1. front, (port.) pL, facsim. 27"°". 

DA880.S8S6 
1-3793 

470a The Buchanan society. Instituted 1725. History, rules, 

bye-laws, and list of members, with a scheme of the Society, 

the seal of cause, etc., appended. Glasgow, Carson & Nicol, 

limited, printers, 1910. 

4p. 1., 75p. 21^'=°' 

CS479.B8 1910 

10-13740 

See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 

470b Buck. 

A sketch of the Buck family in Connecticut, and of their 
descendants, from Hinman's ''Lives of the Puritans" and other 
sources. By James Smith Buck . . . Milwaukee, Wis., 1879. 

[77] p. 21^""^. 
In manuscript. 

CS71.B92 1879 

471 Origin, history and genealogy of the Buck family. In- 
cluding a brief narrative of the earliest emigration to and settle- 
ment of its branches in America, and a complete tracing of 
every lineal descendant of James Buck and Elizabeth Sherman, 
his wife. By Cornelius B. Harvey . . . Jersey City, N. J., 
J. J. Griffiths, 1889. 
273 p. 27^""'. 

CS71.B92 1889 

9-7510t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 101 

Buck — Continued. 

472 Account of the Buck family of Bucks County, Pennsyl- 
vania; and of the Bucksville centennial celebration held June 
11th, 1892; including the proceedings of the Buckwampun 
literary association on said occasion. Ed. by William J. Buck. 
Philadelphia, Printed for the family, 1893. 

5 p. 1., 9-142 p. front., illus. 24'=°'. 

CS71.B92 1803 

&-7509 

473 Genealogy of the Samuel Buck family, of Portland, Conn., 

to the year 1894. By Horace B. Buck. Worcester, Mass., 
O. B. Wood, 1894. 

54 p. front, (port.) igi""". 

CS71.B92 1804 

9-7508t 

474 The Bucks of Wethersfield, Connecticut, and the families 

with which they are connected by marriage, a biographical and 
genealogical sketch. Roanoke, Va., The Stone printing and 
manufacturing co., 1909. 

152, [8] p. 26"°'. 

Prefatory remarks signed: Albert H. Buck. 

CS71.B02 1000 

10-6534 

476 Buckingham. 

The Buckingham family; or, The descendants of Thomas 
Buckingham, one of the first settlers of Milford, Conn. Comp. 
at the request of William A. Buckingham, of Norwich, Conn., 
by Rev. F. W. Chapman . . . Hartford, Conn., Case, Lockwood 
& Brainard, 1872. 

384 p. 11 pi. 23""'. 

CS71.B023 1872 

9-7507t 

476 The ancestors of Ebenezer Buckingham, who was born in 

1748, and of his descendants. Comp. by James Buckingham of 
Zanesville, Ohio, one of his grandsons, assisted by Mary J. Tilton. 
Chicago, R. R. Donnelley & sons company, printers, 1892. 

256 p. pi., ports., geneal. tab. 25^"'". 

CS71.B023 1802 

1-6277 

See also Southworth. CS71.S728 1003 

Buckley. See also Thomas. cs71.T46 1878 

477 Buckner. 

Reminiscences of the Buckner family, by Mrs. Priscilla Aylette 
Reardon. Comp., enl. and ed. by Katherine Edmondson Tuley. 
[Chicago, 1901] 

44 p. fold, geneal. tab. 18^° 

5-27462 

Buckwalter. See also Stauffer. CS71.S708 1807 



Lom 

CS71.B025 1001 



102 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

478 Budd. 

The Budd family, address of Col. Enos Goble Budd, delivered 
at Budd's Lake, Morris County, New Jersey, August 14, 1878, 
at the first reunion, and letter of Capt. Thomas S. Budd. Min- 
utes of the re-union. Address of Hon. A. C. Smith, September 
8, 1880, And My grandfather's history, by the author . . . 
New York, F. W. Sonneborn, 1881. 

68 p. igi""". 

CS71.B927 1881 

9-7305 

Buell. See also Loomis. CS71.L863 1880 

Washington. CS69.W5 

479 Buford. 

A genealogy of the Buford family in America; with records 
of a number of allied families, by Marcus Bainbridge Buford. 
San Francisco, 1903. 

409 p. front., ports. 25°'". 

CS71.B93 1903 

3-27038 

480 Bukenham. 

Notes and extracts from numerous authorities respecting the 
family of Bukenham or Bokenham, of Norfolk and Suffolk, from 
A. D. 1066 to A. D. 1883, and the places of that designation in 
the first named county. By Henry Maudslay , . . assisted by 
W. P. Ivatts . . . Pt. 1. London [R. K. Burt and co., printers] 
1884. 

1 p. 1., 364 p. front., plates. 22<"". 

250 copies only priv. print. 

"A table of dates, extracts from history, wills, parish registers, letters, &c., &c., 
tracing the name of Buckenham from 371 A. d.": p. 281-364. 

CS439.B92 

9-16891 

481 Bulfinch. 

A genealogy of the descendants of John Bulfinch of Boston, 
Massachusetts 1700-1895. By Edward F. Johnson. Woburn 
[Mass.] The News print, 1895. 

15 p. 18°°'. 

CS71.B933 1895 

1-1313 

482 Bulkeley. 

The Bulkeley family; or the descendants of Rev. Peter 
Bulkeley, who settled at Concord, Mass., in 1636. Compiled at 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 103 

482 Bulkeley — Continued. 

the request of Joseph E. Bulkeley. By Rev. F. W. Chapman 
. . . Hartford [Conn.] The Case, Lockwood & Brainard co., 
printers, 1875. 

vi p., 1 1., [9]-288 p., 1 1. front., plates, ports, 23"™. 

CS71.B934 1876 

9-750f)t 

See also Barrett. F74.C8P8 



Loomis. CS71.L863 1880 

Bull. See also Hunter. CS71.H944 1902 

Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

Bullard. See also Adams. F63.M88 vol.l 

Humfreville. cs71.H923 1903 

Bulloch. See also Baillie. CS71.B16 1898 

483 Burbank. 

Contribution to the genealogy of the Burbank and Burbanck 
families, in the United States. By G. T. Ridlon . . . Saco, Me., 
From the press of C. P. Pike, 1880. 

cover-title, 26 p. 22^'"°. 

CS71.B945 1880 

9-7505t 

484 Burbeen. 

. . . An account of John Burbeen, who came from Scotland 
and settled at Wobum, Massachusetts, about 1660, and of such 
of his descendants as have borne the surname of Burbeen . . . 
By Joseph Burbeen Walker. Concord, N. H., Republican press 
association, 1892. 

52 p. front. 210"». 

CS71.B946 1892 

9-7504t 

485 Burgess. 

Burgess genealogy. Memorial of the family of Thomas and 
Dorothy Burgess, who were settled at Sandwich, in the Plym- 
outh colony, in 1637. Boston, Press of T. R. Marvin & son, 
1865. 

2 p. 1., [3]-196 p. front., plates (ports.) 23i<'™. 
Introduction signed: E. Burgess. 

CS71.B966 1865 

9-7503t 

Burghley. See Cecil. 

486 Burgner. 

History and genealogy of the Burgner family, in the United 
States of America, as descended from Peter Burgner, a Swiss 
emigrant of 1734. 1st ed. By Jacob Burgner . . . Oberlin, O., 
The Oberlin news press, 1890. 

vi, 172 (i. e. 184) p. illus., plates, ports. 23"". 

CS71.B967 1890 

»-7502t 



104 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

487 Bur bans. 

Burhans genealogy; descendants from the first ancestor in 
America, Jacob Burhans, 1660, and his son, Jan Burhans, 1663, 
to 1893. Compiled by Samuel Burhans, jr. . . . New- York, 
Printed for private distribution, 1894. 

vi p., 1 1., 799 p. front., pi., port., facsim. 27"™. 

CS71.B958 1894 

2-5973 

488 Burke. 

• The Burke and Alvord memorial. A genealogical account of 
the descendants of Richard Burke of Sudbury, Mass. Comp. 
by John Alonzo Boutelle of Woburn, Mass., for William A. 
Burke of Lowell, Mass. . . . Boston, Printed by H. W. Dutton 
and son, 1864. 

239 p. 24«™. 

CS71.B959 1864 

9-7501t 

489 Burleigh. 

The genealogy of the Burley or Burleigh family of America. 
By Charles Burleigh . . . Portland, B. Thurston & co., 1880. 
200 p. front., plates (ports.) 23^"'°. 

CS71.B96 1880 

9-7500t 

490 Burlingame. 

Burlingame. [Albany, J. Munsell's sons, 1887] 

geneal. tab. 27x28^^™. 

Descendants of Roger and Mary Burlingame, "Stonington, Conn,, Warwick, 
Providence, R. I." 

Reprinted from "Genealogical dictionary of Rhode Island " by John Osborne 
Austin. Albany, 1887. 36i X 274"". p. 32. 

CS71.B961 

&-13979 

491 Burnett. 

Genealogical tree of the family of Burnett of Leys [with the 
collateral branches; prepared by W. Kendall Burnett] [n. p., 
1893] 

cover-title, fold, geneal. tab. 25^"™. 

CS479.B9 1893 

6-13978 

492 The Burnet family history. [Asbury Park, N. J., 1894] 

[8] p. 224"". 
Caption title. 
Signed: William Burnet. 

CS71.B964 1894 

5-33827 

493 The family of Burnett of Leys, with collateral branches. 

From the mss. of the late George Burnett . . . ed. by Colonel 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 105 

493 Burnett — Continued. 

James Allardyce, ll. d. Aberdeen, Printed for the University, 
1901. 

xxii p., 1 1., 367, [1] p. front., illus., plates (partly col.) ports., facsims. 
25"™. {Half-title: Aberdeen university. Studies: no. 4) 

CS479.B9 1901 

3-14285 

494 Burnham. 

The Burnham family; or Genealogical records of the descend- 
ants of the four emigrants of the name, who were among the 
early settlers in America. By Koderick H. Burnham . . . Hart- 
ford, Press of Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1869. 

2 p. 1. [3]-546 p. plates, ports. 23^'='°. 

CS71.B966 1869 

9-749>Jt 

495 Report of the board of trustees of the Burnham associa- 
tion of America, including the report of Edward Payson, esq., 
as agent and attorney. Boston, Smith & Porter, printers, 1873. 

16 p. 23=°'. 

CS71.B966 1873 

9-15C08 

496 Genealogical records of Thomas Burnham, the emigrant, 

who was among the early settlers at Hartford, Connecticut, 
U. S. America, and his descendants. 2d ed. By Roderick H. 
Burnham . . . Hartford, Press of Case, Lockwood & Brainard 
CO., 1884". 

2 V. in 1. front., plates, ports., map, facsims. 23"™. 

Vol. 2 consists of "fragments written and printed for insertion in their appro- 
priate places on the rebinding of the original genealogies" and has title: Gene- 
alogical records of the three brothers, John, Thomas and Robert Burnham . . . 
Hartford, Conn., Press of Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1869. 

CS71.B966 1884 

9-7498t 

See also Cole. CS71.C69 1908 

Loomis. CS71.L863 1880 

497 Burns. 

Genealogical memoirs of the family of Robert Burns, and of 
the Scottish house of Burnes, by the Rev. Charles Rogers . . . 
Edinburgh, W. Paterson, 1877. 

68 p. 23'"'°. 

4-6615 

498 The book of Robert Burns; genealogical and historical 

memoirs of the poet, his associates and those celebrated in his 



106 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

498 Burns — Continued. 

writings; by the Rev. Charles Rogers . . , Edinburgh, The 
Grampian club, 1889-91. 

3 V. front, (port., v. 3) facsim. 26'''". 

Title of V. 3 reads: The book of Robert Bums . . . The lineage of the poet, 
by the late Rev. Charles Rogers . . . The life of the poet, by Rev. J. C. 
Higgins. 

1-11136 

See also Guthrie. CS479.G8 

499 Burr. 

A general history of the Burr family in America. With a 
genealogical record from 1570 to 1878. By Charles Burr 
Todd . . . New York, E. W. Sackett & bro., 1878. 

436 p., 1 1, front., pi., ports. 23i'=«. 

CS71.B968 1878 

9-7497t 

500 A general history of the Burr family, with a genealogical 

record from 1193 to 1891. By Charles Burr Todd ... 2d ed. 
New York, Printed for the author, 1891. 

4 p. 1., v-xxvii, [10], 535 p. col. front., plates, ports. 24°™. 
Edition limited to 500 copies, no. 31. 

CS71.B968 1891 

9-7496t 

601 A general history of the Burr family, with a genealogical 

record from 1193 to 1902, by Charles Burr Todd ... 4th ed. 
New York, Printed for the author by the Knickerbocker press, 
1902. 
xxix, [10], 600 p. incl. facsim. front., pi. (partly col.) port. 24''™. 

CS71.B968 1902 

2-19735 

See also Loomis. CS71.L863 1880 



502 Burrage. 

The Burrage memorial. A genealogical history of the de- 
scendants of John Burrage, who settled in Charlestown, Mass., 
in 1637. By Alvah Augustus Burrage . . . Boston, A. Mudge 
and son, 1877. 

265 p. port. 24«™. 

CS71.B97 1877 

1-135 

503 Burrill. 

The Burrill family of Lynn, during the colonial and provincial 
periods, with some of their descendants. By Ellen Mudge 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 107 

603 Burrill— Continued. 

Bunill ... A paper read before the Lynn historical society, 
April 11, 1907. [Lynn, Mass., F. S. Whitten, printer, 1907] 

54 p. front. 23i<"". 
Title vignette. 

CS71.B971 1907 

9-29355 

See also Willis. CS71.W73 1898 



Bunis. See also Quisenberry. CS71.Q9 1897 

Burritt. See also Foster. CS71.F766 1897 

504 Burroughs. 

Genealogy of the Burroughs family, comp. by L. A. Bur- 
rouglis . . . Garrettsville, O., The Peirce printing co., 1894. 
24 p. 23*"". 

CS71.B972 1894 

ft-7495t 

505 Burt. 

Genealogical records of Henry and Ulalia Burt, the emigrants, 
who early settled at Springfield, Mass., and their descendants 
through nine generations, from 1640-1891. By Roderick H. 
Burnham . . . Warwick, N. Y., Miss Elizabeth Burt, 1892. 

347 p. incl. col. coat of arms, front., platea, ports. 23}"™. 

p. 321-332 left blank for records. 

CS71.B973 1892 

S-4172 

606 Early days in New England. Life and times of Henry 

Burt of Springfield and some of his descendants. Genealogical 
and biographical mention of James and Richard Burt of Taun- 
ton, Mass., and Thomas Burt, m. p., of England. By Henry M. 
Burt . . . Silas W. Burt . . . Springfield, Mass., C. W. Bryan 
company, printers, 1893. 

3 p. 1., [3]-617 p. illus., plates (ports.) maps. 23<'». 

CS71.B973 1893 

9-7494t 

See also "Flsigg. CS71.F574 1903 

Guthrie. CS71.G984 1898 

607 Burton. 

Re-union of the Burton and Robinson families ; records of pro- 
ceedings, historical records and genealogy of the families, 1879. 
Rockland, Me., Reprinted by Huston's book store, 1906. 

32 p. 22^'='°. 

Record of proceedings signed: C. Prince, sec. 
• " [The] genealogy [is] copied in most cases from Eaton's Annals of Warren, and 
History of Thomaston and Rockland." — p. 12. 

CS71.B974 1906 

6-28552 

See also Fletcher. CS439.F63 



108 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

508 Burwell. 

Proceedings of the Burwell family picnic, held at Burwell's 
farm, Milford, Connecticut, August 18, 1870. Cleveland, G. S. 
Newcomb & co., printers, 1870. 

26 p. 2U'"". 

CS71.B975 1870 

3-30925 

Bush. See also Gentry. CS71.G339 1909 

Loomis. CS71.L863 1880 

Quisenberry. CS71.Q9 1897 

509 Bushell. 

Bushell of Preston. (In Records of the parish church of Pres- 
ton in Amounderness, by Tom C. Smith . . . Preston, London, 

1892) 

29 X 22i-'''". App. A. 

DA690.P93Se 

2-22238 

Bushnell. See also Barton. CS71.B336 1900 

Butcher. See also Gibbens. CS71.G44 1894 

510 Butler. 

Some account of the family of the Butlers, but more particu- 
larly of the late Duke of Ormond, the Earl of Ossory his father 
and James duke of Ormond his grandfather. London, Printed 
for J. Morphew, 1716. 

4 p. 1., 256 p. port. l?*"". 

DA916.3.B8S6 

2-29090 

511 A genealogical history of the noble and illustrious house 

of the Butlers in England and Ireland. Compared and exam- 
ined with the several genealogies already published in England 
and Ireland. London, 1771. 

164 p. 2P'°. 

CS499.B9 

2-8S23 

512 The life of James, duke of Ormond; containing an account 

of the most remarkable affairs of his time, and particularly of 
Ireland under his government : with an appendix and a collection 
of letters, serving to verify the most material facts in the said 
history. A new ed., carefully compared with the original mss. 
Oxford, University press, 1851. 

6 V. 23^'='". 

The paging of the original folio edition is added. 

Dedication signed: Tho. Carte. 

"The introduction, containing memoirs of the house of Ormond": v. 1, p. 
[xviij-cxxi. Vol. 5-6 contain the appendix and collection of letters. 

DA940.5.O7C2 

3-2S438 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 109 

Butler — Continued . 

513 Book of the family and lineal descendants of Medad Butler, 

late of Stuyvesant, Columbia Coimty, N. Y. Comp. by William 
Allen Butler . . . [New York, Printed by K. Tompkins, 188-?] 

55, [5] p. 27i X 21^°™. 

CS71.B986 188- 

1-5260 

614 Butleriana, genealogica et biographica; or Genealogical 

notes concerning Mary Butler and her descendants, as well as 
the Bates, Harris, Sigourney and other families, with which they 
have intermarried. By James Davie Butler .. . Albany, N. Y., 
J. Munsell's sons, 1888. 

2 p. 1., [3]-162 p. plates, ports., facsim. 23i«". 

CS71.B986 1888 

»-7493t 

615 The Butler ancestry of Gen. Benjamin Franklin Butler in 

America. Lowell, Mass., 1895. 

26 p. 23i'"". 

By Blanch Butler Ames. 

CS71.B986 1896 

9-7492t 

616 The Butler family, arranged by Albert Wilmot Rook, 

Chicago, The Lakeside press [1901] 

111 p., 1 1. front. 22^='". 



1-26286 



CS71.B986 1901 



617 The family of Rev. John Butler . . . [Boston] Printed for 

private circulation, 1908. 
5 p. 1., 5-44 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 23^°". 
Preface signed: Charles Bowdoin Fillebrown. 



9-1241 



CS71.B986 1908 



618 The Butler family in America, comp. by William David 

Butler, John Cromwell Butler, Joseph Marion Butler. St. Louis, 
Mo., Shallcross printing co. [1909] 

296 (i. c. 302), [10] p. incl. plates, ports., facsims. 25""'. 

CS71.B986 1909 

10-6529 

See also Bramshott. DA670.H2C2 

Gentry. CS71.G339 1909 

Lawson. CS71.L425 1903 

Lewis. CS71.L675 1910 

619 Butters. 

The genealogical registry of the Butters family . . . including 
the descendants of William Butter, of Woburn, Mass., . 1665 
and the families of New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, 



110 LIBRAE Y OP CONGRESS 

619 Butters — Continued. 

Ohio, Iowa and others bearing the name, who settled in America. 
By George Butters , . . Chicago, D. Oliphant, printer, 1896. 
5 p. 1., 466 p. col. front., plates, ports., map, facsim. 24"™. 

CS71.B988 1896 

9-7491t 

620 Button. 

Outline sketch of the earliest descendants of Matthias Button, 
who first settled at Salem, Mass., September 6, 1628 ... By 
A. Button . . . Grand Rapids, Mich., Toren, Taylor & Hinsdill, 
printers and engravers, 1889. 

16 p. iSi"". 

CS71.B989 1889 

9-7490t 

621 Genealogical sketch of the early descendants of Matthias 

Button, who came to America with Governor John Endicott, 
landing at Salem, Mass., September 6, 1628, comp. from au- 
thentic sources. A 2d ed., and prospectus, by A. Button . . . 
[Saranac, Mich., Saranac local] 1903. 

18 p. illus. ITi""". 

CS71.B989 1903 

3-26267 

622 Butts. 

John Butts: his ancestors and some of his descendants. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Press of A. V. Haight [1898] 

153 p. incl. front. 25i''". 
Comp. by Allison Butts. 

CS71.B99 1898 

2-22437 

Byers. See also Weitzel. CS71.W434 1883 

623 Byrd. 

Some colonial mansions and those who lived in them, with 
genealogies of the various families mentioned; ed. by Thomas 
Allen Glenn . . . vol. i. Philadelphia, H. T. Coates & company, 

1898. 

xix p., 1 1., 17^59 p. incl. illus., plates, ports, front., plates, ports. 24<'". 

No more published; continuation called 2d series. 

Contents. — Westover. — Morven and the Stocktons. — Cedar Grove. — Bo- 
hemia Manor and the Herrmans. — The patroonship of the Van Rensselaers. — 
Rosewell: The Page family.— The Carters of Virginia.— Clermont and the 
Livingstons.— The Carrolls of Maryland: Doughoregan Manor. — Grseme Park: 
Keith and Graeme families. — Brandon on the lower James: The Harrison 
family. — The Randolphs. 

E169.G65 

8-26467 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 111 

Byrd — Continued. 

523a Some colonial mansions and those who lived in them, 

with genealogies of the various families mentioned; by Thomas 
Allen Glenn. 2d series. Philadelphia, H. T.Coates & company, 
1900. 
12 p., 1 1., 19-503 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 24""'. 
Contents. — Mount Vernon and the Washingtons. — The Bowne house at 
Flushing, L. I. — Laurel Hill and the Rawle family. — Monticello. — The manor 
of Philipsborough. — Waynesborough. — Preston at Patuxent. — The Schuylers. — 
Mount Pleasant and the Macphersons. 

E169.G56 

Feb. 15, 1900-22 

624 The writings of "Colonel William Byrd, of Westover iH Vir- 
ginia, esq*";" ed. by John Spencer Bassett. Illustrated. New 
York, Doubleday, Page & co., 1901. 

vi p., 2 1., ix-lxxxviii, 461 p. front, (port.) pi. 26^"^™. 
One of an ed. of 600 copies on specially made paper and 15 copies on imperial 
Japanese vellum paper. 

Introduction: The I>yrd family in Virginia. 

F229.B96 

2-1125 

See also Bird. 

Willis. CS71.W73 1808 

Cabanne. See also Chouteau. CS71.C662 1893 

625 Cabell. 

The Cabells and their kin. A memorial volume of history, 
biography, and genealogy, by Alexander Brown . . . Boston and 
New York, Houghton, Mifflin & co., 1895. 

xvii, 641 p. col. front, (fold.) plates, porta., facsim. 25'"'". 

CS71.C11 1896 

»-7621t 

See also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

626 Cadenhead. 

The family of Cadenhead, by George Cadenhead . . . Aber- 
deen, J. & J. P. Edmond & Spark, 1887. 
xix, [1] p. incl. map. 23"™. 
"125 copies printed, no. 78." 

CS479.C16 

9-12691 

627 Cadle. 

List of one hundred and fifteen colonial ancestors of Cornelius 
Cadle, Muscatine, Iowa. Member, Missouri society of colonial 
wars. Comp. by Mrs. Charles Francis Cadle. [Muscatine, la., 
1909 ?] 

cover-title, [12] p. 25}"". 

CS71.C124 1909 

9-29445 

Cadwalader. See also Ross. CS71.R826 1908 

Cadwell. See also Belden. CS71.B447 1898 



112 LIBEAKY OF CONGEESS 

527a Cady. 

Descendants of Nicholas Cady of Watertown, Mass. 1645- 
1910. By Orrin Peer Allen . . . Palmer, Mass., The author, 
Press of C. B. Fiske & co., 1910. 

546 p. front., plates. 23^ 



Loin 

CS71.C127 1910 



10-15502 



528 Caesar. 

Life of Sir Julius Caesar . . . with memoirs of his family and 
descendants, by Edmund Lodge ... To which is added, Nu- 
merus infaustus, an historical work, by Charles Caesar . . . [2d 
ed.] London, J. Hatchard and son [etc.] 1827. 

vi, 116 p. 2 pi., 18 port., fold, geneal. tab. 34^"°^. 

DA377.C2L8 

5-5155t 

Cage. See also Bledsoe. F443.S9C6 

629 Cairnes. 

A history of the family of Cairnes or Cairns and its connec- 
tions. By H. C. Lawlor. London, E. Stock, 1906. 

xili, [1] p., 1 1., 292 p., 1 1. front., illus., platea (partly col.) facsims. 
(1 double) fold, geneal. tables. 26"™. 

Blank leaves at end "for recording additional information." 

CS479.C16 

8-26237 

Caithness. See also Sinclair. da28.35.S6S6 

Calaway. See also Dawson. CS71.D272 1874a 

530 Caldwell. 

Caldwell records. John and Sarah (Dillingham) Caldwell, 
Ipswich, Mass., and their descendants; sketches of families con- 
nected with them by marriage; brief notices of other Caldwell 
families. Collected and arranged by Augustine Caldwell. Bos- 
ton, W. P. Lunt, 1873. 

80 p. plates, port. 25«™. 

CS71.C14 1873 

9-7668t 

531 John Caldwell and Sarah Dillingham Caldwell, his wife, 

Ipswich, Mass., 1654. Genealogical records of their descendants, 
eight generations, 1654-1900, by Augustine Caldwell . . . John 
and Dolly Hoyt Caldwell, fifth generation. Descendants in 
Maine, by Mrs. Sumner Kimball . . . Also, gleanings, memo- 
rials, biographical sketches, of Caldwells included in the records, 
and families allied by marriages. Ipswich, Mass., A. Caldwell, 
1904. 
317, [1] p. illus., plates, ports. 24""'. 

Issued in 4 parts. 

CS71.C14 1904 
5-2261 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 113 

Caldwell — Continued. 

532 A branch of the Caldwell family tree ; being a record of 

Thompson Baxter Caldwell and his wife, Mary Ann (Ames) 
Caldwell, of West Bridgewater, Massachusetts, their ancestors 
and descendants. By Charles T. Caldwell . . . [Washington, 
D. C, 1906] 

1 p. 1., 18 p. 26«°. 

CS71.C14 1906 
6-16718 

See also Jackson. CS71.J13 1890 



633 Calhoun. 

The Calhoun family of South CaroUna, by A. S. Salley, jr. 
[Columbia? S.C., 1906?] 

cover-title, 42 p. illua. (incl. facsims.) 23*'"°. 

CS71.015 1906 

7-4800 

534 Calkins. 

The Calkins memorial military roster, by William Wirt 
Calkins . . . Chicago, M. A. Donohue & company [1903] 

204 p. front., ports. 24"'". 

CS71.C166 1903 

535 Supplement . . . Chicago, M. A. Donohue & com- 
pany [n909] 

46 p. 24'"°. 

CS71.C165 1909 

3-189C3 

Calverley. See also Blackett. DA690.N6B6 

Calvert. See also Morris. CS71.M876 1906-08 

536 Cambray. 

The family of Cambray of Great Rissington and Icomb, Glou- 
cestershire. With a note upon the medieval Cambrays. Comp. 
by J. A. Dunbar-Dunbar . . . London, Printed for private circu- 
lation and issued by Phillimore & co., 1898. 

iv, 39 p. front, (fold, geneal. tab.) 4 pi. 29^*"°. 

CS439.C2 

8-28746 

537 Cameron. 

History of the Camerons, with genealogies of the principal 
families of the name. By Alexander Mackenzie . . , Inverness, 
A. & W. Macken::ie, 1884. 

xii, 478 p., 1 1. 23«"'. 

CS479.C2 

9-19334t 

See also Grant. CS479.G7 

Quisenberry. CS71.Q9 1897 

Camfield. See Canfield. 

35819°— 10 8 



114 LIBBARY OF CONGRESS 

538 Campbell. 

The black book of Taymouth; with other papers from the 
Breadalbane charter room, [Ed. by Cosmo Innes.] Edinburgh 
[T. Constable] 1855. 

3p.l.,xxxviii,443p. front., 11 pi. (9 col.) 29^'^'". (Bannatyneclub. Pub- 
lications, no. 100) 

Line borders. 

"The black book of Taymouth" in gothic type, with red headings. 

DA760.B3 

10-2774t 

539 Records of Argyll ; legends, traditions, and recollections of 

Argyllshire Highlanders, collected chiefly from the Gaelic, with 
notes on the antiquity of the dress, clan colours, or tartans, of 
the Highlanders ; by Lord Archibald Campbell, with etchings by 
Charles Laurie. Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and 
sons, 1885. 

XV, [1], 514 p. 11 pi., 8 port. (incl. front.) SOi"". 
"No. 311." 

DA880.A6C1 

S-29477 

640 Memorials of the family of Campbell of Kilmartin and some 

notes on the family of Campbell of Inverawe, by Captain Douglas 
Wimberley . . . Inverness, Printed for the author at the office of 
the "Northern chronicle," 1894. 

iv p., 1 1., 54 p. front., plates, fold, geneal. tables. 29'™. 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS479.C3 

10-n86 

641 . . . Lauchlin Campbell, of Campbell Hall, and his family. 

By David Barclay. {In Historical society of Newburgh Bay 
and the Highlands. Historical papers. Newburgh, N. Y., 1902 
23<='". no. 9, p. [31]-36) 

F127.08H6 

Copy 2, detached. F122.C19 

8-18970 

641a The Robert Campbell genealogy, a record of the descend- 
ants of Robert Campbell of County Tyrone, Ulster, Ireland. By 
Rev. Frederic Campbell. Brooklyn, N. Y., The author, 1909. 
175, [4] p. illus., ports. ISi'"'. 

CS71.C19 1909 

10-7328 

See also Argyll. CS479.A7 1871 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 115 

642 Canby. 

William Canby, of Brandywine, Delaware . . . His descend- 
ants fourth to seventh generation in America. Philadelphia, 
Printed for private distribution [Friends' book assoc] 1883. 
59 p. 2li«™. 

Genealogy printed in colore: violet, red, green and black. 
Additions in manuscript. 

CS71.C214 1883 

4-33869 

543 Candee. 

The Candee genealogy: with notices of allied families of AUyn, 
Catlin, Cooke, Mallery, Newell, Morton, Pynchon, and Wads- 
worth. By Charles Candee Baldwin . . , Cleveland, O., Leader 
printing co., 1882. 

240 p. front., illuB. 22«-. 

CS71.C216 1882 

9-7520t 

544 Candler. 

Colonel William Candler of Georgia; his ancestry and prog- 
eny, by his great-grandson Allen D. Candler. Atlanta, Ga., 
The Franklin printing & publishing co., 1902. 

189 p. fold, geneal. tab. ISi*"". 

CS71.C218 1902 

6-37637 

545 Canfield. 

A history of Thomas Canfield and of Matthew Camfield, with 
a genealogy of their descendants in New Jersey, comp. by Fred- 
erick A. Canfield . . . [New Haven, Conn., The Tuttle, More- 
house & Taylor press] 1897. 

200 p., 1 1. front., ports., 28 geneal. charte. 26'". 

CS71.C222 1807 

6-2531 

See also Bostwick. CS71.B75 1901 



546 Cantine. 

A preliminary statement of the Cantine genealogy, or The 
descendants in America of the Huguenot refugee Moses Cantine. 
This work is being compiled by Matthew Cantine Julien. [n. p.] 
1903. 

14 p. table. 23i»». 

0S71.C23 1903 

4-25060t 

547 CantreU. 

The Cantrell family; a biographical album and history of the 
descendants of Zebulon Cantrell , . . Covering the period from 
1700 to 1898. Comp. and ed. by Carmi G. Cantrell . . . Spring- 
field, III., Illinois state register printing house, 1898. 

84, 72 p. illus., ports. 22i«"'. 

CS71.C233 1898 

Sept. 21, 98-23 



116 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Cantrell — Continued . 

548 The Cantrill-Cantrell genealogy; a record of the descend- 
ants of Richard Cantrill, who was a resident of Philadelphia prior 
to 1689, and of earlier Cantrills in England and America, by 
Susan Cantrill Christie. New York, The Grafton press [♦'1908] 

xxi, 271 p. front. 24"™. 

"Three hundred and fifty copies of this book have been printed from type and 

the type distributed." 

CS71.C233 1908 
8-16523 

See also Melbourne. da690.M55B8 



Capen. See also Thayer. CS71.T37 isss 

649 Capewell. 

. . . Annual geneological [!] and heraldic report on the Cape- 
well family ... by Clarence L. Capewell . . . Baltimore, Press of 
W. H. Richards, 1906-1907. 
2 V. illus., port., fold, geneal. tab. 23<"". 



CS71.C24 1906- 



&-1473 



650 Oapron. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Banfield Capron, from a. d. 
1600 to A. D. 1859, by Frederic A. Holden . . . Boston, G. C. 
Rand & Avery, 1859. 

263 p. front., ports. 19^"". 



&-7518t 

651 Carder. 

Carder [genealogy, n. p., 1887?] 
geneal. tab. 35 J x 56''". 
Descendants of Richard Carder, d. 1676. 



CS71.C264 1859 



CS71.C266 1887 



2-25643 

662 Carhart. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Thomas Carhart, 
of Cornwall, England. Comp. from official records and private 
mss., with an appendix of notes. By Mary E. (Carhart) Dusen- 
bury . . . New York, Chicago [etc.] A. S. Barnes & company, 
1880. 

V p., 1 1., [11H42 p. plates (coats of arms) 23^""'. 

CS71.C275 1880 

9-7519t 

663 Carlisle. 

Collections for a history of the ancient family of Carlisle . . , 

London [Printed by W. Nicol] 1822. 

xvi, 414 p. illus. 31i«». 

Signed: Nicholas Carlisle. 

CS439.C28 

9-14907 

See also Irvin. 0S71.I72 1908 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 117 

664 Carmer. 

The Carmer family of New York city . . . Comp. by James 
Lenox Banks, 1893. [n. p., 1893 ?] 

geneal. tab. 39 x 60i'='" fold, to 27J x 23'='". 

CS71.C28 1893 

10-4378 

665 Carney. 

Genealogy of the Carney family, descendants of Mark Carney 
and Suzanne Gonx, his wife, of Townalboro, Maine, 1751-1903. 
By Sydney Howard Carney, jr., m. d. New York, 1904. 

vi, 221 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 24*"*. 

CS71.C20 1904 

4-9954 

666 Carpenter. 

Genealogy of one branch of the Carpenter family, by Martin L. 
Roberts. Willimantic, Conn., Enterprise printing co., 1877. 

9 p., 1 1. 22i«». 

CS71.C3 1877 
9-7517t 

567 A circular relating to the genealogy of the Carpenter fami- 
lies in America, and a request for aid in obtaining information 
concerning the same. Prepared by Will C. Clark, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. [Cincinnati ? 1879 ?] 

7 p. 25"°. 

CS71.C3 1879 

3-3184 

558 Genealogical 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 Car- 
penter, 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. By James Usher. New York [1883] 

70 p. 23i'-°'. 

CS71.C3 1883 

»-7616t 

669 A genealogical history of the Rehoboth branch of the Car- 
penter family in America, brought down from their English 
ancestor, John Carpenter, 1303, with many biographical notes 
of descendants and allied families. By Amos B. Carpenter. 
Amherst, Mass., Carpenter & Morehouse, 1898. 

ix p., 2 1., 908 p. front., plates, ports. 26J«°'. 

CS71.C3 1898 

Dec. 21, 98-11 

660 Abstracts from the "Carpenter family memorial." By 

Amos Bugbee Carpenter, [West Waterford ? Vt., 1899 ?] 

[3] p. 21''"». 

Caption title. 

CS71.C3 1899 

CA»-2568 



118 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Carpenter — Continued . 

561 Genealogical notes of the Carpenter family, including the 

autobiography, and personal reminiscences of Dr. Seymour D. 
Carpenter, lieutenant colonel in the war for the union. With 
genealogical and biographical appendix ... Ed. by Edwin 
Sawyer Walker, a. m. Springfield, 111., Illinois state journal co., 
printers, 1907. 
XV, [llJ-242 p. front., illus. (facsims.) plates, ports., map. 25'='". 
"Five hundred copies of this work are printed, of which this is number 22." 

CS71.C3 1907 

8-5901 

662 A Carpenter family of Lancaster, by A. Y. Casanova, 

Philipsburg, Pa. [19101 

11 p. 25^"". 

Reprinted from The Pennsylvania-German, vol. xi, no. 2, Feb., 1910. 

CS71.C3 1910 

CA 10-687 

See also Carpentier. 

Dawson. CS71.D272 1874a 

Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

Hughes. CS71.H892 1879 

Lloyd. CS71.L792 1873 

663 Carpentier. 

Genealogy of the De Carpentier family of Holland, by Edwin 
Jaquett Sellers. Philadelphia [Press of Allen, Lane & Scott] 
1909. 

59 p. illus., ports. 24^'"'°. 

"Edition limited to one hundred copies." 

CS789.C3S6 

9-12907 

564 Carr. 

The Carr family records. Embacing[!] the record of the first 
families who settled in America and their descendants, with 
many branches who came ... at a later date. By Edson I. 
Carr. Rockton, 111., Herald print, house, 1894. 

540 p. incl. ports, and col. front. I extra pi. 24"™. 

CS71.C312 1894 

1-203 

Carroll. See also Byrd. E159.G55 

Van Rensselaer. CS69.S7 

Carron d'AUondans. See also Ross. CS71.R825 1908 

565 Carruth. 

The descendants of John Carruth. 1740-1880. Comp. by 
William W. Carruth. Boston, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1880. 

12 p. 23i'='°. 

CS71.C32 1880 
3-9529 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 119 

666 Carter. 

Bi-centenary memorial of Jeremiah Carter, who came to the 
province of Pennsylvania in 1682, containing a historic-genealogy 
of his descendants down to the present time. Ey Thomas- 
Maxwell Potts. Canonsburg, Pa., The author, 1883. 

304 p. incl. port., map. front. 22JO". 

Blank pages "ms. addenda": p. 243-278. 

CS71.C323 1883 

9-7514t 

667 The Carter family of Virginia. An extended geneology [!] 

of its representatives. Part 1. Richmond, 1888. 

25"°' 

Newspaper cutting from the Critic, Richmond, Va., June 18, 1888. 

Signed Cam. CS71.C323 1888 

1-1570 

668 [The Carter family tree] designed and written by R. R. 

Carter . . . Additions ... by his daughter [Mrs. Marion Carter 
Oliver. Richmond? Va.] 1897. 

geneal. tab. 107^ x 107^''°'. 

CS71.C323 1897 

4-30107 

669 Giles Carter of Virginia : genealogical memoir by General 

William Giles Harding Carter . . . Baltimore, Md., The Lord 
Baltimore press, 1909. 

134 p. ports. 21i<='". 

CS71.C323 1900 

^14501 

See also Byrd. E159.G55 

Jones. CS71.J76 1891 

Washington. CS71.W318 1879 

Willis. CS71.W73 1898 

670 Carteret. 

Carteret and Bryant genealogy. By Catharina Romana 
Baetjer. New York, Dempsey & Carroll, 1887. 

1 p. 1., 56 p. facsim. 17i<>™. 

CS71.C324 1887 

2-7323 

671 Gary. 

Cary memorials . . . By S. F. Cary. Cincinnati [J. J. Far- 
rell & CO., printers] 1874. 

264, xlii p. 29i x 23'''°. 

CS71.C332 1874 

&-7515t 

572 The Cary family in England, by Henry Grosvenor Cary . . . 

Pub. by Rev. Seth Cooley Cary . . . Boston [Press of Murray 
and Emery company] 1906. 

2 p. 1., 9-105 p. 11 pi. (2 col.) 5 port. 28"'°. 

Leaf inserted for additions. 

Preface to 1st edition dated 1894, 

CS439.C35 

6-18830 



120 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Gary — Continued. 

673 The Gary family in America ... By Henry Grosvenor 

Gary . . . Appendix: Jonathan Gary y« third of Gharlestown. 
Pub. by Kev. Seth Gooley Gary . . . [Boston, Press of Murray 
and Emery company] 1907. 

2 p. 1., vii-xiv, 106 p. incl. facsims., double geneal. tab. 17 pi. (incl. front,, 
porta.) 28'=°'. 

"Genealogical record and history of the descendants of Jonathan Gary y« 
Third, by Isaac Harris Gary": p. [87]-106. 

CS71.C332 1907 

7-26437 

See also Dunn. CS71.D923 1908 

Jaquelin. F225.P36 

Pocahontas. CS71.I1747 1887 

Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

Washington. CS69.W5 

574 Casey. 

Early families of Gasey in Rhode Island. By Thomas Lin- 
coln Gasey. (In Magazine of New England history. Newport, 

1893. 24^"°. V. 3, no. 2, p. 83-128) 

F1.M18 

675 Casgrain. 

Memorial des families Gasgrain, Baby et Perrault du Ganada, 
par Philippe-Baby Gasgrain . . . £d. intime. Quebec, G. Dar- 
veau, 1898-99. 

198, [23] p. fold, geneal. tables. 29°™. 

No. 73 of 100 copies, signed by author. 

CS90.C3 

&-19124t 

Cash. See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 

676 Cassel. 

A genealogical history of the Gassel family in America, being 
the descendants of Julius Kassel or Yelles Gassel, of Kries- 
heim, Baden, Germany. Gontaining biographical sketches of 
prominent descendants, with illustrations. By Daniel Kolb 
Gassel . . . Norristown, Pa., M. R. Wills, 1896. 

463 p., 2 1. port. 24i«'». 
Bibliography: p. [11] 

CS71.C344 1896 

»-4183 

577 Castle. 

A history of the Gastle family from 1635 to 1900; by William 

Wallace Ingraham . . . Ghicago, E. J. Decker company, 1899. 

182, [10] p. incl. plates, ports., coats of arms. 23"=™. 

8 p. at end left blank for notes. 

CS71.C35 1899 

3-29525 

677a — — Gopy 2. With this is hound An appendix (p. 183- 

194) copyrighted in 1903. CS71.C35 1903 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 121 

578 Castor. 

Castor family, Holmesburg branch. Printed from the records 
comp. from authentic sources by Richard Allen Martin. Frank- 
ford, Pa., Martin & Allardyce, 1909. 

2 p. 1., [9] p. pi. (coat of arms), fold, geneal. tab. (with ports) 23"". 

p. 6-9, blank for clippings. 

CS71.C364 1900 

10-9639 

Caswell. See also Pierce. CS71.P616 1874 

679 Cate. 

The Cate-Cates family of New England [by] E. E. Gates and 
M. Ray Sanborn. Frederick, Md., Marken & Bielfeld, 1904. 
2p. l.,52p. 23J<='». 

4-5931 



CS71.C367 1904 



Catesby. See also Jones. CS71.J76 1801 

Catlett. See also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

Zimmermann. CS71.Z73 lO— 

Catlin. See also Candee. CS71.C216 1882 

Cauffman. See Kaufman. 

580 Cavendish. 

Historical collections of the noble families of Cavendishe, 
Holies, Vere, Harley, and Ogle, with the lives of the most 
remarkable persons . . . The lives of the earls of Oxford, con- 
cluding with Aubrey de Vere, the twentieth, and last earl . . . 
Also the lives of those famous generals, Horace, lord Vere of 
Tillbury, and Sir Francis Vere, his brother . . . Containing 
curious private memoirs . . . And prints of the principal persons, 
engraved by Mr. George Vertue, from original pictures . . . 
Collected from records, manuscripts ... by Arthur Collins, esq. 
London, E. Withers, 1752. 

viii, 352, [4] p. 12 port. SSi*"". 

CS438.C6 

&-33661 

681 The lives of all the earls and dukes of Devjnshire, descended 

from the renowned Sir William Cavendish, one of the privy 
counsellors to King Henry viii ... to which is added, a short 
account of the rise, progress, and present state of the High court 
of chancery. By Mr. Grove, of Richmond. London, Printed 
for the author and sold by J. Nourse [etc.] 1764. 

1 p. 1., [492+?] p. 20i«°>. 

Various paging. 

Incomplete? p. v-vi^nting? 

Dedication signed: Joseph Grove. 

DA301.1.C4G8 

6-42027t 



122 LIBRAE Y OF CONGRESS 

682 Caverly. 

Genealogy of the Caverly family, from the year 1116 to the 
year 1880, made profitable and exemplified by many a lesson of 
life. Lowell, Mass., G. M. Elliott, 1880 [1879] 

3 p. 1., 196 p., 2 1. front, (port.) illus., plates. 21"'". 

"Oration delivered to our congregated kindred, at Concord, N. H., May 30, 
1877. By Robert Boodey Caverly . . . Lowell, Mass., Vox populi print: Huse, 
Goodwin & eo. 1879": p. 1-46 (with special t.-p.) 

CS71.C381 1880 

9-7513t 

583 Cavernb. 

Record of the Caverno family. By A. Caverno. Dover [N . H.] 
Morning star printing establishment, 1874. 
cover-title, 36 p. 20^"™. 

CS71.C382 1874 

9-7512t 

684 Cecil. 

The life of that great statesman William Cecil, lord Burghley, 
secretary of state in the reign of King Edward the Sixth, and 
lord high treasurer of England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. 
Publish'd from the original manuscript wrote soon after his lord- 
ship's death ; now in the library of the Right Honorable Brownlow, 
earl of Exeter. To which is added, his character by the learned 
Camden, and an extract of his last will and testament. With 
memoirs of the family of Cecil, faithfully collected from records, 
manuscripts, and other authorities. By Arthur Collins, esq. 
London, Printed for R. Gosling at the Mitre and Crown, and T. 
Wotton, at the Queen's Head and Three Daggers, 1732. 
3 p. 1., xi, 118 p. 24'='». 

DA358.B9C7 

9-11825 

585 Memoirs of the life and administration of the Right Hon- 
ourable William Cecil, lord Burghley . . . Containing an his- 
torical view of the times in which he lived, and of the many 
eminent and illustrious persons with whom he was connected; 
with extracts from his private and ofl&cial correspondence, and 
other papers, now first published from the originals. By the 
Rev. Edward Nares . . . London, Saunders and Otley, 1828-31. 
3 v. fronts, (ports.) facsims. 284=™, 

DA358.B9N3 

9-29016t 

686 Burghley. The life of WilUam Cecil, lord Burghley . . . 

biographical notices of his successors the earls and marquises of 
Exeter; a description of Burghley house . . . and a brief notice 
of the family monuments, &c., in St. Martin's church, Stamford 
baron ... by the Rev. W. H. Charlton . . . Stamford [Eng.l W. 
Langley, 1847. 
xxi, 320 p. front., plates, geneal. tab. 22^°°*. 
Engr. t.-p. 

DA368.B9C6 

9-29017t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 123 

Cecil — Continued . 

587 Historical monograph: William Cecil, lord Burghley. Lon- 
don and Edinburgh, T. C. & E. C. Jack, 1904. 

xii, 141, [1] p., 1 1. illuB. (incl. ports., maps, plans) 15 pi. (incl. front., 1 col. 
pi., ports.) SS^"". {HalJ-title: The historical monograph series; general ed.: 
F. P. Barnard) 
Title in red and black. 

Contents. — pt. i. Jessopp, A. Historical monograph. — pt. ii. Gotch, J. A. 
The homes of the Cecils. — pt. iii. Caw, J. L. The portraits of the Cecils. — pt. 
iv. Fox-Davies, A. C. The genealogy and arms of the Cecils. 

DA358.B9H6 

4-21923 

See also Drummond. CS419.D7 



588 Chabot. 

Peter Chabot and his descendants. By Frank H. Titus . . . 
[Portsmouth? O., 1906?] 
24 p. 2P'°. 

CS71.C428 1906 

7-9220 

589 Chadbourn. 

Chadbourne — Chadbourn genealogy. By William Morrell 
Emery . . . [Fall River, Mass., 1904] 
61, [1] p. front., ports. 22''». 
Caption title. 

CS71.C432 1904 

4-18967 

590 Chadwick. 

Reports on the estate of Sir Andrew Chadwick and the recent 
proceedings of the Chadwick association in reference thereto, by 
Edmund Chadwick, chairman, and James Boardman, secretary 
and treasurer of the Chadwick association. With appendices, 
chiefly reprints of official documents. To which is prefixed The 
life and history of Sir Andrew Chadwick, being a record of 
investigations as to his extraction, parentage, and immediate 
relations, and particulars of his estate. With copious notes . . . 
by John Oldfield Chadwick . . . London, Simpkin, Marshall, & 
CO.; New York, C. L. Woodward; [etc., etc.] 1881. 

5 p. 1., [vii]-xiv p., 1 1., 299, [2] p., 1 1, front, (port.) illua., plan, 2 fold, 
geneal. tab. 26"'°. 

Frontispiece is a mounted photograph. 

Added t.-p., illns.; initials. 

"American preface" signed: John Chadwick. 

"List of works consulted [for The life and history of Sir Andrew Chadwick]": 
p. [xi]-xii. 

CS439.C5 
8-Me04 * 



124 LIBBAKY OF CONGBESS 

591 Chaffee. 

The Chaffee genealogy, embracing the Chafe, Chafy, Chafie, 
Chafey, Chafee, Chaphe, Chaffy, Chaffie, Chaff ey, Chaff e, Chaffee 
descendants of Thomas Chaffe, of Hingham, Hull, Rehoboth 
and Swansea, Massachusetts; also, certain lineages from families 
in the United States, Canada and England, not descended from 
Thomas Chaffe. 1635-1909. New York, The Grafton press, 
1909. 

2 p. 1., [iii]-xiv, 663 p. front., plates, ports., maps, facsime. 24"™. 

Comp. by William Henry Chaffee. 

CS71.C433 1909 

9-12411 

See also Ba'ker. CS71.B17 1896 

Dunn. CS71.D923 1908 

Chalkhill. See also Walton, SH433.A 1876 

592 Chalmers. 

Memoirs of the life and writings of Thomas Chalmers, d. d., 
LL. D. By his son-in-law, the Rev. William Hanna . . . New 
York, Harper & brothers, 1850. 

4 V. igi""". 

Genealogy, vol. 1, chapter 1. 

2-2430 

See also Guthrie. CS479.G8 



592a Chamberlain. 

Genealogical notes of the Chamberlaine family of Maryland, 
(Eastern shore,) and of the following connected families: Neale- 
Lloyd, Tilghman-Robins, Hollyday-Hammond-Dyer, Hughes- 
Stockton, Hayward, Nicols-Goldsborough, and others. Com- 
piled from records and manuscripts found among the papers of 
the late John Bozman Kerr. Baltimore, J. B. Piet, 1880. 

99, ii p. front, (port.) 23J'"°. 

CS71.C443 1880 

9-7611t 

593 One branch of the descendants of Thomas Chamberlain 

of Woburn, 1644 . . . Compiled by George W. Chamberlain . . . 
Printed for private distribution by Willis Brooks Chamberlain , . . 
Weymouth, Mass., Weymouth & Braintree publishing com- 
pany, 1897. 

16 p. front, (port.) 24<'«'. 

CS71.C443 1897 
9-7312t 

594 Report of the lst-9th meetings of the Chamberlain asso- 
ciation of America . . . Boston, 1898-1906. 

9 V. 21°"'. 

CS71.C443 1898- 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 125 

Chamberlain — Continued. 

595 Ancestry in the line of her father of Adelia Chamberlain 

Harding, daughter of Rev. Hiram Chamberlain and Anna 
Adelia Griswold, prepared by her husband Colonel William J. 
Harding . . . Also the ancestry of Capt. Hiram S. Chamberlain 
in the line of Leander, son of Peleg Chamberlain . . . Salem, 
Mass., The Salem press co., 1907. 
ix, [1], 46 p. front, (port.) 24i««». 
Priv. print. 

CS71.C443 1907 
8-3054 

696 A genealogical record of the descendants of Benjamin 

Chamberlain, of Sussex County, New Jersey . . . By Rev. A. J. 
Fretz . . . with an introduction by Raymond Chamberlain . . . 
Netcong, N. J., Printed at the Eagle oflBce, 1907. 
2 p. I., iv, 104 p. front., pi., ports. 21^=°. 

CS71.C443 1907a 
8-27373 

See also Cleveland. CS71.C636 1879 

Flagg. CS71.F674 1903 

597 Chambers. 

. . . Missing branches of our oldest family. By G. O. Seil- 
hamer. Chambersburg, Pa., 1904. 
1 p. 1., [7J-28 p. front, (port.) 23<"°. 
At head of title: Conococheague genealogies. 

Paper read before the Kittochtinny historical society, January 28, 1904. 
Descendants of Col. Benjamin Chambers, the founder of Chambersburg. 

CS71.C444 1904 

5-465 

Champe. See also Willis. CS71.W73 1898 

Champernon. See Champernowne. 

598 Champernowne. 

Pedigree of Capt. Francis Champernon of New England. 
[Salem, 1880] 

geneal. tab. 29 x 28<"" fold, to ISJ x 14i<"». 

Detached from "Gleanings from English records about New England families. 
Communicated by James A. Emmerton and Henry F. Waters." Salem, 1880. 
24^""'. 

CS71.C45 1880 

4-27605t 

599 Champion. 

The Champion genealogy. A history of the descendants of 
Henry Champion, of Saybrook and Lyme, Connecticut, together 
with some account of other families of the name. By Francis 



126 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

699 Champion — Continued. 

Bacon Trowbridge. New Haven [Conn.] Printed for the author, 
1891. 
xii p., 2 1., 558 p. plates, ports., map, facsim. 24''™. 
Page 559 "Corrections" pasted on back of book. 
Edition 500 copies. 

CS71.C451 1801 

&-7314t 

600 Champney. 

The Christian mother. An address, deUvered in the First 
church, Brighton, Feb. 14, 1855, at the funeral of Mrs. Susanna 
[Park] Champney, who died Feb. 10, in her 95th year. With an 
appendix, containing a genealogical notice of the Champney 
and Park families. By Frederic Augustus Whitney. Boston, 
Crosby, Nichols, & co., 1855. 

36 p. 24"=". 
Interleaved. 

CS71.C463 1866 

9-7313t 

601 Chandler. 

The Chandler family. The descendants of William and Annis 
Chandler, who settled in Roxbury, Mass. 1637. Collected by 
George Chandler . . . Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1872. 

V p., 1 1., 1212, XXV p. front., ports. 25°™. 

Printed for the family. 

CS71.C466 1872 

9-7S2Gt 

602 The Chandler family. The descendants of William and 

Annis Chandler who settled in Roxbury, Mass., 1637. Col- 
lected by George Chandler . . . Worcester, Mass., Press of C. 
Hamilton, 1883. 

vi p., 1 1., 1315 p. front., plates, ports, 25"™. 
Printed for the family. 

CS71.C466 1883 

9-7525t 

603 The Chandler family : genealogy of a branch. By Mrs. 

A. M. Pickford. Reprinted from the Dedham historical register, 

1901-1903. Dedham [Mass.] 1903. 

Ip. 1., 31p. 24^"™. 

CS71.C466 1903 

4-24196 

604 A sketch of the Chandler family, in Worcester, Massachu- 
setts. By Mrs. E. O. P. Sturgis . . . Worcester, Press of C. 
Hamilton, 1903. 

37 p. 24'"°. 

"From Proceedings of Worcester society of antiquity." 
"Privately printed." 

CS71.C456 1903a 

4-22357 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 127 

Chandler — Continued . 

605 Ancestry of Lydia Mehitable Chandler ... By F. W. 

Goding . . . Newcastle, N. S. W., Davies & Cannington, Federal 

printing works, 1904. 

1 p. 1., 11 p. illus., port. 22«"'. 



CS71.C466 1004 



5-32726 



See also Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

Chanler. See Chandler. 

606 Chapin. 

The Chapin gathering. Proceedings of the meeting of the 

Chapin family, in Springfield, Mass., September 17, 1862. 

Springfield, Printed by S. Bowles and co., 1862. 

97 p 21^*^™ 

CS71.C462 1863 
3-7927 

607 The Chapin genealogy, containing a very large proportion 

of the descendants of Dea. Samuel Chapin, who settled in 
Springfield, Mass. in 1642. Collected and comp. by Orange 
Chapin. To which is added a "Centennial discourse" ... by 
E. B. Clark . . . Also, an address ... by George Bliss. North- 
ampton [Mass.] Printed by Metcalf & co., 1862. 

viii, 368 p. 23^'"". 

CS71.C462 1862a 

»-7667t 

608 Edwin Hubbell Chapin. [By the Rev. Anson Titus. Bos- 
ton, 1884] 
[3]-13p. 24i'=»». 
Caption title. 
Reprinted from the New Eng. hiet. and geneal. register for April, 1884. 

CS71.C462 1884 

CA 6-2662 

609 Chapins who served in the French and Indian wars, 1754-59 ; 

the revolutionary war, 1775-83; the war of 1812-15, and others. 
Comp. by Charles Wells Chapin . . . Springfield, Mass., 1895. 

15 p. 20^'='°. 

On cover: Soldier Chapins of three wars. 

CS71.C462 1895 

9-7665t 

610 Chapins who served in the Fre^ich and Indian wars, 1754-60; 

the revolutionary war, 1775-83; the war of 1812-15, and others. 

Comp. by Charles Wells Chapin . . . Revised with additions . . . 

Springfield, Mass. [Springfield printing and binding co.] 1895. 

47 p. incl. 4 pi. 20^'=™. 

On cover: Soldier Chapins of three wars. 

CS71.C462 1896a 

9-7666t 



128 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

C hapin — Continued . 

611 . . . Appreciation of Calvin Chapin, d. d., of Rocky Hill, 

Conn. By the Rev. Edwin P. Parker, d. d. ... Providence, 
Snow & Farnham co., printers, 1908. 

12 p. front, (port.) plates. 23°™. (Chapin family association publications) 

CS71.C462 1908 
9-8883 

612 . . . Life of Deacon Samuel Chapin, of Springfield. By 

Howard Millar Chapin. Providence, Snow & Farnham co., 
printers, 1908. 

73 p. pi., maps, facsims. (partly fold.) 25"™. (Chapin family association 
publications) 

Constitution of the Chapin family association and other papers relating to the 
association inserted. 

CS71.C462 1908a 

9-8882 

613 Chapline. 

Chaplines from Maryland and Virginia, by Maria J. Liggett 
Dare. [Washington, The Franklin print, 19021 
3 p. 1., 113, xiii p., 1 1. front., facsim. 23^"™. 

CS71.C464 1902 

2-23425 

See also Nourse. CS71.N933 1897 



614 Chapman. 

The Chapman family: or The descendants of Robert Chap- 
man, one of the first settlers of Say-brook, Conn,, with genea- 
logical notes of William Chapman, who settled in New London, 
Conn. ; Edward Chapman, who settled at Windsor, Conn. ; John 
Chapman, of Stonington, Conn.; and Rev. Benjamin Chapman, 
of Southington, Conn. By Rev. F. W. Chapman . . . Hartford, 
Case, Tiffany and co., 1854. 

414 p. front., pi., port., facsim., coat of arms. 22J'''". 

CS71.C466 1854 
3-6540 

615 Descendants of Ralph Chapman. By Charles B. Gerard. 

Newburgh, N. Y., E. M. Ruttenber & son, printers, 1876. 

1 p. 1., viii, [9]-86 p. 23 x 19«". 

CS71.C466 1876 

9-7664t 

616 Edward Chapman, bf Ipswich, Mass., in 1644, and some of 

his descendants. Comp. by Rev. Jacob Chapman and Dr. W. B. 
Lapham. Portland [Me.] Printed by B. Thurston & co., 1878. 
1 p. 1., 34 p. 24<=»'. 

CS71.C466 1878 

9-7524t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 129 

Chapman — Continued. 

617 . . . Edward Chapman of Ipswich, Mass., 1642-1678, and 

his descendants. By Jacob Chapman . . . Concord, N. H., Re- 
publican press association, 1893. 

viii, 139 p. front., ports. 23""». 

CS71.C466 1893 

9-7663t 

See also Bostwick. CS71.B76 1901 

Robinson. CS71.I166 1894 

618 Chappell. 

A genealogical history of the Chappell, Dickie, and other 
kindred families of Virginia. 1635-1900. Comp. by P. E. 
Chappell of Kansas City, Mo. Rev. ed. 1900. Kansas City, 
Mo., Hudson-Kimberly publishing co., 1900. 

1 p. 1., 382 p. front., pi., port., map. 24""'. 

CS71.C467 1900 

1-2127 

619 Chase. 

Extract from the large and full genealogy of the Chase family, 
now being prepared by John B. Chace ... [Taunton? Mass., 
18—?] 

geueal. tab. 42 x 2510". 

CS71.C487 18— 

3-9ft54 

620 A tribute of affection to the memory of Professor Irah 

Chase. Boston, Priv. print. [G. C. Rand & Avery, printers] 1865. 

100 p. 240™. 

On cover: In memoriam. 

Appendix: Genealogical record. 

7-7627 

621 Genealogy of a portion of the descendants of William 

Chase, who came to America in 1630, and died in Yarmouth, 
Massachusetts, May, 1659. [By George Whitefield Chase] 
Washington, D. C, 1886. 

2 p. ]., 31 p. 22i<'"». 

CS71.C487 1886 

9-7523t 

622 Reminiscences of the family of Moody Chase, of Shirley, 

Massachusetts; also, A brief account of his ancestry. By 
William Moody Chase . . . Baltimore, J. H. Shane & co., 
printers, 1888-[91 ?] 
2 pts. coat of arms. 23J««'. 
Paged continuoiisly. 

CS71.C487 1888- 

-30936 

35819°— 10 ^9 



130 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Chase — Continued. 

623 Genealogy of Champion Spalding Chase and Mary 

Sophronia Butterfield, his wife. Compiled by request of and 
for, Joel Munsell's sons, Albany, New York ... To which brief 
personal sketches are added. [Albany, J. Munsell's sons] 1894. 

19 p. incl. port. 23<^™. 

CS71.C487 1804 
&-7662t 

624 A record of the Chases from their earliest known history 

to the eleventh generation of some of the descendants of Aquila 
Chase, of Newbury, Mass. By Emily A. Clark . . . Manches- 
ter, N. H., Printed by the J. B. Clarke company, 1898. 

26 p. 22^"°. 

' CS71.C487 1898 

7-23369 

626 Chase. Compiled and drawn by Francis Nelson Chase 

Lowell, Mass., 1904. 
geneal. tab. illus. 95 x 59"™. 

Pen and ink chart, with coats of arms and illustration of Chase home. 
Ancestors, children and grandchildren of Samuel Chase. 

CS71.C487 1904 

CA 7-1504 

See also Chandler. CS71.C466 1904 

Towle. CS71.T742 1903 

Townley. CS71.T746 1883 

Townley. CS71.T746 1888 

Waldo. CS439.W26 

Chastain. See also Fontaine. F221.V82 

626 Chatfleld. 

The Chatfield family. Principally from records in the Nau- 
gatuck Valley, Conn. Comp. by William C. Sharpe. Seymour, 
Conn., 1896. 

32 p. plates (ports.) 22« 



)cm 



CS71.C492 1896 



9-7661t 



627 Chattan. 

An account of the confederation of Clan Chattan; its kith 
and kin. Prepared at the request of the Clan association in 
Glasgow. By Charles Fraser-Mackintosh, of Drummond . . . 
Glasgow, J. Mackay, 1898. 
xix, 203 p. incl. illus., port. 8 col. pi. (incl. front.) 3 facsim. 27^'''". 
Half-title and cover- title: Minor septs of Clan Chattan. 

CS479.C6 
2-240S7 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 131 

Chattan — Continued. 

628 The loyall dissuasive, and other papers concerning the 

affairs of clan Chattan: by Sir iEneas Macpherson, knight of 
Invereshie, 1691-1705; ed. with notes and introduction from 
the originals at Cluny castle, by the Rev. Alexander D. Mur- 
doch , . . Edinburgh, Printed by T. and A. Constable for the 
Scottish history society, 1902. 

civ, 253, [1] p. front, (port.) facsim. 23"™. {Half-title: Publications of the 
Scottish history society, vol. xli) 
All but one of the papers have special t.-p. or half-title. 

DA760.S26 voL41 

4-4 

629 Chauncey. 

Memorials of the Chaunceys, including President Chauncy, 
his ancestors and descendants [and appendix] By William 
Chauncey Fowler . . . Boston, H. W. Dutton and son, printers, 
1858. 
vii, 336 p. front, (port.) 4 geneal. tab. 25°'°. 

CS71.C498 1858 

3-32339 

630 Isaac Chauncy — Jane [pedigree] [Boston, 1858] 

geneal. tab. 21 x 27<"°. 

Reprint from Jilemorials of the Chaunceys. By William Chauncey Fowler. 
Boston, 1858. 

CS71.C498 1858a 

3-30934 

631 Pedigree of Chauncy. [Boston, 1858] 

geneal. tab. 36 x 261"° fold, to 26J x IS"". 

Reprint from Memorials of the Chaunceys. By William Chauncey Fowler. 
Boston, 1858. 

CS71.C498 1858b 

10-1496 

632 The genealogy of the wives of the Fowlers, in one line from 

William, the magistrate, by William Chauncey Fowler, [n. p., 
186-?] 

13-34 p. 245«">. 
Caption title. 

The genealogy of the wives of the Chaunceys in one line from President 
Charles Chauncey: p. 25-34. 

CS71.r788 186- 

10-4261 

633 Pedigree of the family of Chauncy. Comp. by Stephen 

Tucker . . . Special private reprint, with additions . . . London, 
Mitchell and Hughes, 1884. 

12 p. 8 pi. 30'"°. 
200 copies. 

CS439.C53 
S-37476 

Chauncy. See Chauncey. 

Checkley. See also Fraser. 0S71.F848 1910 



132 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

634 Cheever. 

Ezekiel Cheever and some of his descendants. By John T. 
Hassam . . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1879. 

iv, 64 p. front, (facsim.) 24"™. 

Prepared for and published in the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for 
April, 1879. Few copies printed for private distribution. 

CS71.C616 1879 

9-7657t 

See also Hassam. CS71.H364 1896 

Chenault. See also Quisenberry. CS71.Q9 1897 

635 Cheney. 

The Cheney genealogy. Comp. by Charles Henry Pope . . . 
Boston, C. H. Pope, 1897. 

582 p. front., plates, ports., facsim. 24"™. 

CS71.C518 1897 

9-7659t 

See also Chute. CS71.C564 1894 

Willoughby. da250.r72 

636 Chenoweth. 

Genealogy and chart of the Chenoweth and Cromwell families 

of Maryland and Virginia. By Alex. Crawford Chenoweth . . . 

[New York, The Redfield pressl 1894. 

2 p. 1., 3-35 p. 4 fold, geneal. tab. 25<'"». 

CS71.C519 1894 

9-7656t 

637 Chesebrough. 

Genealogy of the descendants of William Chesebrough of Bos- 
ton, Rehoboth, Mass., the founder and first white settler of Ston- 
ington. Conn., born 1594, in or near Boston, England, and died 
1667, Stonington, Conn. He sailed from Cowes, England, in 
good ship ''Arbella" (of Gov. John Winthrop's Massachusetts 
Bay Colony), March 29, 1630, and arrived in Salem, Mass., New 
England, America, June 14, 1630. By Anna Chesebrough 
Wildey . . . New York, Press of T. A. Wright, 1903. 

686 p. front., plates (partly col.) ports., geneal. tables. 24"°'. 

CS71.C524 1903 

a-24610 

See also Stanton. CS71.S791 1891 



638 Chessman. 

Genealogy of the Chesman family, in the United States, from 

1713 to 1893. With appendix and reminiscence of his father's 

family. Collected by Samuel Chessman ... [n. p.] 1893. 

2 p. 1., 101 p. incl. illus., ports. 26^"'°. 

CS71.C525 1893 

9-7660t 

See also Leach. CS71.L433 1898 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 133 

639 Chester. 

Genealogical memoirs of the extinct family of Chester of 
Chicheley their ancestors and descendants. Attempted by Rob- 
ert Edmond Chester Waters . . . London, Robson & sons, 1878. 

2 V. illus. (coats of arms) 26^*=™. ' 
Paged continuously. 

CS439.C65 1878 

&-1814»t 

640 Genealogical memoirs of the families of Chester of Bristol, 

Barton Regis, London, and Almondsbury, descended from Henry 
Chester, sheriff of Bristol 1470. And also of the families of Astry 
of London, Kent, Beds, Hunts, Oxon, and Gloucestershire, 
descended from Sir Ralph Astry, kt., lord mayor of London 1493. 
Attempted by Rob*- Edmond Chester Waters . . . London, 
Reeves and Turner, 1881. 

X, 122 p. illuB. (incl. coats of arms) 26=°'. 

"Proofs and authorities": p. 100-102. 

CS430.C66 1881 

0-19629 

641 Genealogical notes of the families of Chester of Blaby, 

Leicestershire, and Chester of Wethersfield, Conn., New England. 
Comp. by Robt. Edmond Chester-Waters . . . (Printed for the 
author.) Leicester, Clarke and Hodgson, 1886. 
iv, [3]-28 p. fold. tab. 24i«»>. 

CS71.C626 1886 

3-17710 

642 Genealogical chart of the Chester family together with other 

lineal ancestors of the compiler J. Bayard Backus. April 1893. 
Pedigree of Sarah Noyes. [New York, Gill engraving co., 1893] 

geneal. tab. 75 x 49<"° fold, to 16 x 26="". 

Includes the families Backus, Tracy, Hyde, Huntington, etc. 

CS71.C626 1893 

4-27763t 

643 The descendants of Christopher Chester. 1796-1896. 

[Concord, Mass., 1896] 

11 p. 20J<"°. 

Ms. notes. 

"Introductory" signed: Arthur Herbert Chester. 

CS71.C626 1806 

4-37304 

644 Chetham. 

A history of the Chetham hospital and library, with a genealog- 
ical account of the founder and the family of Chetham . . . By 
William Robert Whatton . . . Manchester, Agnew and Zanetti, 
1833. 

3 p. 1., p. [125]-294. front, (port.) plates. 27^""°. (/n History of the founda- 
tions in Manchester of Christ's college, Chetham's hospital . . . Manchester, 
1828-48. V. 3) 

DA600.M4H6 vol.3 
3-9812 



134 , LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Chetham — Continued. 

645 Life of Humphrey Chetham, founder of the Chetham hos- 
pital and library, Manchester. By the late Francis Robert 
Raines . . . and Charles W. Sutton . . . With a genealogy of the 
Chetham family by Ernest Axon. [Manchester, Eng.] Printed 
for the Chetham society, 1903. 

2 V. front, (port.) 8 pi. 22^ x l?^"*". {Added t.-p.: Chetham society. Re- 
mains, historical and literary connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster 
and Chester. New series, v. 49-50) 
"Chetham genealogies ... by Ernest Axon," at end of v. 2, has special t.-p. 

DA670.L19C5 



Chevalier. See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1885 

Chew. See also Thomas. CS71.T46 1878 

Thomas. CS71.T46 1883 

XMS; Thomas. CS71.T46 1896 

Van Rensselaer. CS69.S7 

646 Chichester. 

History of the family of Chichester, from a. d. 1086-1870. 
Including the descents of the various branches settled at Raleigh, 
Youlston, Arlington, Widworthy, Calverleigh, Hall, and else- 
where in Devonshire; also of the Chichesters, marquesses of 
Donegal, and barons Templemore. By Sir Alex. Palmer Bruce 
„ Chichester, bart. London (Printed for the author) J. C. Hotten, 

' 1871. 

viii p., 2 1., 174 p. front., illus., pi., facsim. (partly fold.) coats of arms. 22^"™. 

CS439.C6 

3-26666 

Chickering. See also Hayford. CS71.H419 I90l 

Chidsey. See also Kaufman. CS71.K21 1892 

Chiesly. See also Hay. CS479.H3 

647 Child. 

Genealogy of the Child, Childs and Childe famihes, of the past 
and present in the United States and the Canadas, from 1630 to 
1881. By Elias Child. Utica, N. Y., Published for the author 
by Curtiss & Childs, printers, 1881. 

xii, [7J-842 p. plates (partly col.) ports. 24^"°'. 

CS71.C636 1881 

9-7311 

See also Lawson. CS71.L425 1903 



Chillingsworth. See also Foster. C!S7l.F766 1889 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 135 

648 Chipman. 

The Chipman lineage, particularly as in Essex County, Mass. 
By R. Manning Chipman . . . Salem, The Salem press, 1872. 

59 p. 23^"'°. 

From the Historical collections of the Essex institute. 

CS71.C641 1872 

9-7522t 

649 Chipmans in Maine. A genealogy. By Alberto Lee Chip- 
man. Sabbathday Lake, Me., A. L. Chipman, 1897. 

44 p. col. pi. 18"=°. ^* 

CS71.C541 1897 

9-7658t 

650 Chipmans of America, by Alberto Lee Chipman. Poland, 

Me., Ye Chipman printery, 1904. 

232 p. col. pi., ports. 20"". 

CS71.C641 1904 

4-31003 

See also Chute. CS71.C664 1894 

Smith. CS71.S643 1910 

Swain. CS71.S97 1896 

651 Chisholm. 

History of the Chisholms, with genealogies of the principal 
families of the name. By Alexander Mackenzie . . . Inverness, 
A. & W. Mackenzie, 1891. 

XV, 232 p. 23'"». 

CS479.C7 
»-19333t 

652 Chittenden. 

Chittenden family : William Chittenden of Guilford, Conn., and 

his descendants. Comp. by Alvan Talcott . . . [New Haven, 

Conn., Morehouse & Taylor, 1882] 

262 p., 1 1. 2^=°. 

CS71.C643 1882 

9-7654t 

653 Choate. 

The Choates in America. 1643-1896. John Choate and his 
descendants. Chebacco, Ipswich, Mass. . . . By E. O. Jame- 
son . . . Boston, A. Mudge & son, printers, 1896. 

xvi, 458 p. front., illus., plates (ports.) 26^"™. 

CS71.C646 1896 

9-7655t 

654 Chouteau. 

Creoles of St. Louis. By Paul Beckwith ... St. Louis, Nixon- 
Jones printing co., 1893. 

169 p. 5 fold. tab. 23^''°'. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Rene Auguste Chouteau of Beam, France, 
who came to New Orleans in the 18th century. 

CS71.C662 1893 

4- 12548 



136 LIBBABY OF CONGRESS 

655 Christie. 

Genealogical memoirs of the Scottish house of Christie, comp. 
from family papers and the public records by the Rev. Charles 
Rogers, ll. d. . . . London, Printed for the Royal historical 
society, 1878. 

78 p. 23=°i. 



CS499.C6 



9-12690 



656 Churchill. 

The Churchill family in America. Compilers, Gardner Asaph 
Churchill, Nathaniel Wiley Churchill, Editor and associate com- 
piler. Rev. George M. Bodge, [n. p.] Pub. by the family of G. A. 
Churchill [1904] 

XV, 707 p. front., illua., plates, ports. 25i''™. 

CS71.C663 1904 

5-8006 

Churchman. /See afeo Kaufman. CS71.K21 1892 

657 Chute. 

A genealogy and history of the Chute family in America, with 
some account of the family in Great Britain and Ireland; with an 
account of forty allied families, gathered from the most authentic 
sources, by Wm. E. Chute . . . Salem, Mass., 1894. 

22 p., 1 1., 216 p., 3 1., [iiij-cclxxvii, [1] p. front., plates, ports. 24"™. 

CS71.C664 1894 
9-7653t 

658 Cilley. 

Cilley family. Comp. by J. P. Cilley . . . [Augusta, 1877] 

7, 47 p. 24^"". 

p. 9-47 comp. by Greenleaf and J. P. Cilley. 

T.-p. wanting. Reprinted from Maine genealogist and bic^rapher. June 1877, 
V. 2, p. 121-128; Dec. 1877, v. 3, p. 65-80; March 1878, v. 3, p. 85-107. 
Descendants of Robert Seely, Watertown, Mass., 1630. 

CS71.C572 1877 
1-234 

See also Seeley. 

Sinclair. CS71.S616 1896 

659 Claflin. 

Genealogy of the Claflin family ; being a record of Robert Mack- 
clothlan, of Wenham, Mass. and of his descendants, 1661-1898, 
by Charles Henry Wight . . . New York, Press of W. Green [1903] 

6, [9J-473 p. 24i''=». 

GS71.C584 1903 

a-32782 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 137 

660 Claiborne. 

Claiborne pedigree, a genealogical table of the descendants of 
Secretary William Claiborne, of the junior branch in the United 
States, with some other tracings in the female line. Lynchburg, 
Va., J. P. Bell company, 1900. 

51 p. front, (port.) 23"'". 

Comp. by Geoi^e Mason Claiborne. 

CS71.C686 1900 

1-26297 

See also Gentry. CS71.G339 lOOO 

661 Clanronald. 

Vindication of the "Clanronald of Glengarry" against the 
attacks made upon them in the Inverness journal and some recent 
printed performances. With remarks as to the descent of the 
family who style themselves "of Clanronald" ... Edinburgh, 
W. & C. Tait, 1821. 

3 p. 1., 97, XXX p. geneal. tab. 23J'=°'. 

By John Riddell. 

Engr. t.-p. 

CS479.R8 

4-107 

662 Clapp. 

The Clapp family meeting at Northampton, August 24, 1870. 

Comprising the proceedings, the address, historical and other 

papers, etc. Published by vote of the Boston committee of 

arrangements. Boston, E. Clapp, 1870. 

67, [1] p. 24^'^"'. 

CS71.C69 1870 

9-8335t 

663 The Clapp memorial. Record of the Clapp family in Amer- 
ica, containing sketches of the original six emigrants, and a 
genealogy of their descendants bearing the name. With a sup- 
plement, and the proceedings at two family meetings. [By] 
Ebenezer Clapp . . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1876. 

XX p., 1 1., [3]-436, 80 p. front., plates, ports. 24^"°'. 

CS71.C69 1876 

9-8334t 

Clare. See also Gloucester, Earls of. DA740.G6C5 1883 

664 Clark. 

Record of the family of David Clark, of Northampton, Mass., 
who was born September 24th, 1729, and died Nov. 13th, 1810. 
Collected and arranged by Lewis H. Clark. Syracuse, Summers 
& brother, book and job printers, 1857. 

13 p. 2ii«™. 

CS71.C6 1867 

9-8333t 



138 , LIBBAKY OF CONGRESS 

Clark — Continued . 

665 Records of the descendants of Hugh Clark, of Watertown, 

Mass. 1640-1866. By John Clark . . . Boston, Printed for the 
author, 1866. 
260 p., 1 1. front., ports. 26=°'. 

CS71.C6 1866 

9-8331t 

666 Records of some of the descendants of Thomas Clarke, Ply- 
mouth, 1623-1697. Comp. by Samuel C. Clarke. Boston, 
Printed by D. Clapp & son, 1869. 
43 p. 23^=°^. 

CS71.C6 1869 

9-8325t 

( ri«o(r[;>YriI orli iri nioril no({u abma «>loir) )■■■. 

667 : The ancestry and the writiii^ of the Rev. Doru^ Clarke . . . 

[Boston, D. Clapp & son] 1876. 

25 p. incl. front, (port.) 24<"°. 

100 copies printed but not published. 

CS71.C6 1876 

9-11908t 

668 —'■ — Clarke papers. Mrs. Meech and her family. Home letters, 
familiar incidents and narrations linked for preservation. Bur- 
lington, Vt., Pub. by Miss Hemenway [1878] 

2 p. 1., 312 p. 17J<"°. 
Limited edition. 

CS71.C6 1878 

1-26877 

669 A genealogical statement of the Clarke family of Boston, 

Mass. 1731; with review of the same. By Isaac J. Greenwood. 
New York, For private distribution, 1879. 

8 p. 26="'. 

CS71.C6 1879 
5-11380 l(> y, '-',*'■ 

670 Jeremy Clarke's family. An address before the Rhode 

Island historical society, March, 1879. By H. E. Turner. (In 

Newport historical magazine. Newport, R. I., vol. 1, 1881, p. 

75-96, 129-155) 

, /.x F76.I136 vol. 1 

671 A few genealogical items connected with the family de- 
scended from William Clark, one of the original settlers of Had- 
dam. Conn.; especially in the line of Ebenezer Clark, who from 
1753 to 1800, lived in Washington, Conn. [New York, 1880] 
11 p. 24="'. 
Caption title. 
Comp. by Salter Storrs Clark. 

CS71.C6 1880 

9-8326t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 139 

Clark — Continued. 

672 A record of the descendants of John Clark, of Farmington, 

Conn. The male branches brought down to 1882. The female 
; branches one generation after the Clark name is lost in marriage. 
By Julius Gay. Hartford, Conn., The Case, Lockwood & Brain- 
ard company, 1882, 
94 p. col. front. 23i<='»., r, ^^ i 

.» I., • CS71.C6 1882 

9-8332t 

673 Genealogy of the descendants of Nathaniel Clarke of New- 
bury, Mass. By George K. Clarke . . . Boston, Press of T. R. 
Marvin & son, 1883. 

al.jill J21 flip. 25i«'°. 

Vnui n 11, CS71.Ce 1883 

' ' »-8328t 

674 Clarke-Clark genealogy. Records of the descendants of 

Thomas Clarke, Plymouth, 1623-1697. Comp. by Rev. William 

„,jj-J\V. Johnson . . . North Greenfield, Wis., The compiler, 1884. 

176, xiv, [1] p. front., ports. 23i'"». 

-PvWM ..1, .. ..,[,..(■) (Mm-.u()..'/ i<. CS71.C6 1884 

9-8323t 

675 — — Genealogy of the descendants of Nathaniel Clarke of 
Newbury, Mass. Ten generations, 1642-1885. By George K. 
Clarke ... 2d ed., rev. and enl. Boston, Press of T. R. Marvin 

' & son, 1885. 

''"'"216 p. front., ports. 24«'°. 

CS71.C6 1886 

.yOv? r i ' ^27463 

676 . . . Materials for genealogies of certain families of Clarks, 

early settled in Essex County. Communicated by George K. 

... Clarke. [Salem, Mass., 18891 

10 p. 24^'^'°. ,, 

Caption title. 

From historical collections of the Essex institute, vol. xxvi, 1889. 

CS71.C6 1889 

9-8327t .> •!,.[ .,,(,>. . ^^,yt^ 

677 History and genealogy of Samuel Clark, sr., and his descend- 

< '^ ■ «,nts from 1636-1892—256 years. By Rev. Edgar W. Clark . . . 

nr;;i!;2d ed. St. Louis, Nixon-Jones printing co., 1892. 

niii!!' 122 p. illus. 22^""'. 

{,,,., iv Vi CS71.C6 1892 

'. / 9-8329 ',,, ' ■* ' , 

677a Part second . . . 1636-1897—261 years ... St. 

Louis, Nixon- Jones printing co., 1897. 
3p. 1., fl29]-182p. 22i«'°. 
■\^! ..ii! ii )ii(// io ,-. )i<ii.>) ; CS71.C6 1897 



(i x 



cut 



»-g?30 



140 , LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Clark — Continued . 

678 Clarke's kindred genealogies. A genealogical history of 

certain descendants of Joseph Clark, Dorchester, 1630; Denice 
Darling, Braintree, 1662; Edward Gray, Plymouth, 1643; and 
William Home, Dover, 1659; and sketches of the Orne (Home), 
Pynchon, and Downing families, by Augustus Peck Clarke . . . 
Cambridge, Mass., The Harvard printing company, 1896. 
vii p., 2 1., 176 p. front, (port.) col. plates. 24"". 

CS71.C6 1806 

9-7674t 

679 The history and genealogy of our branch of the Clark 

family and its connections, with the Shattucks on my father's 
side, with the Smiths on my mother's side and with the Elliots 
on my wife's side, by George Washington Clark. With a brief 
account of the origin and derivation of the surname Clark, by 
Charles Lamartine Clark. Detroit, Press of Morrison printing 
CO., 1898. 

2 p. 1., 74 p. port. 22^'='". 

CS71.C6 1898 

9-8492t 

680 The descendants of Nathaniel Clarke and his wife Eliza- 
beth Somerby of Newbury, Massachusetts. A history of ten gen- 
erations, 1642-1902. Special ed. By George Kuhn Clarke . . . 
Boston, Priv. print. [T. R. Marvin & son] 1902. 
250 p. front., pi., port. 24«™. 

"Special edition of parts i, ii and iii of a larger family history which appeared 
earlier in the year 1902 . . . These three parts have . . . been printed again, and 
important additions included." — Pref. 

CS71.C6 1902 

2-22682 

681 The descendants of Nathaniel Clarke and his wife Elizabeth 

Somerby of Newbury, Massachusetts. A history of ten genera- 
tions, 1642-1902. By George Kuhn Clarke . . . Boston, Priv. 
print. [T. R. Marvin & son] 1902. 

468 p. front., pi., port. 24^"™. 

CS71.C6 1902a 

2-14596 

682 Clarke genealogies. The "Clarke" families of Rhode 

Island. A compilation of the descendants of: i, Joseph Clarke, 
of Westerly; ii, Jeremiah Clarke, of Newport; iii, John Clarke, 
of Newport; iv, Laurence Clarke, of Newport; v, Abraham 
Clarke, of Bristol; vi, John Clarke, of Westerly; vii, Ephraim 
and Ichabod Clarke, of Westerly; viii, Ephraim, Ichabod and 
Samuel Clarke, of Cumberland; ix, Timothy Clarke, of Bristol. 
By George Austin Morrison, jr. ... New York, The Evening post 
job printing house, 1902. 

337 p. 29'='". 

"This edition is limited to 150 signed copies, of which this copy is no. 18." 

CS71.C6 1902b 

3-24078 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 141 

Clark — Continued. 

683 The ancestors and descendants of the Rev'd Henry Clarke 

and his wife Catherine Pendleton, of Madison County, New 

York. By Cyrus Clarke Van Deventer. Kingman, Kan., 1902. 

128 p. front, (port.) 24''"». 

CS71.C6 1902c 

3-20268 

684 [Scrap-book of clippings from the genealogical and his- 
torical department of the Detroit Saturday tribune, Septem- 
ber 3-December 10, 1904. Detroit, 1904] 

[19] p. 30'='". 

No t.-p. 

Contents. — Clarke genealogy. — Death noticea, Detroit gazette, 1821-22. — 
Inscriptions, Clarkston, Mich. — Bill and Bonnell families. — Lancasters in New 
England. — Palmer family in Connecticut and Michigan. 

CS71.C6 1904 

6-13210t 

685 Richard Clarke of Rowley, Massachusetts, and his descend- 
ants in the line of Timothy Clark of Rockingham, Vt. 1638-1904. 
With an account of the family reunion held in Rochester, Ver- 
mont, August 30, 1904. By Thomas Bellows Peck. Boston, 
Press of D. Clapp & son, 1905. 

93 p., 1 1. front., illus., plates, ports. 24"°. 

24 blank leaves at end of book for "Continuation of record." 

CS71.C6 1906 

5-13518 

686 Genealogies of the Clark, Parks, Brockman and Dean, 

Davis and Goss families, in five parts, by Henry William Clark. 
Montgomery, Ala., Printed for the author, 1905. 

5 pts. in 1 V. front., plates, ports, 24"°. 

Each pt. paged separately with half-title and special index. 

Blank leaves for notes and "forms for continuing family record" at end. 

CS71.C6 1906a 

5-40306 

687 The ancestors of my children and other related children 

of the generations living in the morning of the twentieth cen- 
tury, by William Copeland Clark, Lincoln, Maine. [Bangor, 
Me., Press of the T. W. Burr ptg. & adv. co.] 1906. 
vii, [2], 10-215, [1] p. front., plates, ports. 23"°. 
"Published under the direction of the author's executors." 

CS71.C6 1906 

7-1321 

688 1541-1907. The Clark family genealogy in the United 

States, a genealogical record showing sources of the English 
ancestors, by Dr. A. W. Clark ... 1st ed. Stamford, N. Y., 
Press of the Mirror-recorder, 1907. 
2 p. 1., [3J-149, [6] p. plates, ports. 24"°. 
Blank pages at end of volume for memoranda. 

CS71.C6 1907 

7-27165 



142 , LIBKABY OF CONGKESS 

Clark — Continued. 

689 A record of the lands and past descendants of Henry and 

Anne Clark who settled on the headbranches of Whippany River, 

Roxiticus, Old Hunterdon County, New Jersey, in the year 1728. 

Collected and arranged by Henry Spencer Clark. Paterson, 

N. J., C. Kramer, jr., 1909. 



[16] p. incl. port. 21^'"". 
Cover- title. 



CS71.C6 1909 



9-18063 



See also Anderson. CS71.A65 190- 

Anderson. CS71.A65 1902 

Baker. CS71.B17 1896 

Bostwick. CS71.B76 1901 

Gedney. CS71.G297 1880 

Heath. CS71.H438 1906 

Humfreville. CS71.H923 1903 

Kingsbury. cs71.k551 1904 

Lawson. CS71.L426 1903 

Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 

Sinclair. CS7l.S6i5 1896 

Warren. CS71.W29 1894 

Whitmore. CS71.W616 I907a 

690 Clarkson. 

Memoirs of Matthew Clarkson of Philadelphia, 1735-1800, 
by his great-grandson, John Hall, and of his brother, Gerardus 
Clarkson, 1737-1790, by his great-grandson, Samuel Clarkson. 
[Philadelphia, Thomson printing company] 1890. 

259 p. front., plates, ports. 24J<'°». 

"Two hiindred copies printed." 

CS71.C612 1890 

5-24723 

/See aZso Bringhurst. CS71.B868 1901 

Van Rensselaer. CS69.S7 

691 Clason. 

. . . Stephen Clason of Stamford, Connecticut, in 1654 and 
some of his descendants. Comp. and arranged from data 
chiefly collected by Oliver B. Clason of Gardiner, Maine. By 
William B. Lapham. Augusta, Kennebec journal print, 1892. 
160 p. front., ports. 23^"™. 

At head of title: Clason, Clawson, Classon, Closson, Clauson. 
Pages 149-160 left blank for "Clason family register." 

CS71.C613 1892 

9-8302t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 143 

692 Clay. 

The family of Clay, of New Castle, Delaware, and Philadel- 
.: phia, Pennsylvania. Washington, D. C, Gibson brothers, 
printers and bookbinders, 1895. 
51 p. 2o«°'. 
Comp. by Cecil Clay. 

CS71.C62 1896 

9-«320t 

693 Table of the descendants of Joseph Clay of Savannah, Ga., 

1741 to 1804. Comp. & arranged by Montgomery Gumming. 
Washington, 1897. 

geneal. tab. 54 x 56^""°. 

CS71.C62 1807 

6-36474 

694 The Clay family; part first, The mother of Henry Clay, by 

Z. F. Smith ... part second. The genealogy of the Clays, by 
Mrs. Mary R. Clay . . . Louisville, Ky., J. P. Morton & co., 1899. 
vi, 252 p. pi., port. fol. (Filson club publications, no. 14) 

<'i«j i CS71.C62 1899 

,!.;;, 'I May 18, 99-26 

See also Habersham. CS71.H114 1901 



696 Claypoole. 

Genealogy of the Claypoole family of Philadelphia. 1588- 
1893, by Rebecca Irwin Graff. Philadelphia [J. B. Lippincott 
company] 1893. 

4 p., 1 1., 5-197 p. front., plates, porta. 25i««. " ' " • 

CS71.C621 1893 

9-8324t 

696 Clayton. 

Memorials of the Clayton family. With unpublished corre- 
spondence of the Countess of Huntingdon, Lady Glenorchy; the 
Revs. John Newton, A. Toplady; etc., etc., etc. By the Rev. 
Thomas W. Aveling. London, Jackson, Walford, and Hodder, 
, , 1867. 

xii, 516 p. front, (port.) 23"™. 

2-29661 

697 Some account of the Clayton family, of Thelwell, Co. Ches- 
ter: afterwards of St. Dominick's abbey, Doneraile and Mallow, 
Co. Cork. A paper read before the Historic society of Lanca- 
shire and Cheshire, 4th March, 1880. By J. Paul Rylands . . . 
Liverpool, T. Brakell, printer, 1880. 

20 p. illus. 21^''™. 

Reprinted from the Transactions of the Historic society of Lancashire and 

Cheshire, vol. xxxii, 1880, p. 35-52. 

CS439.C63 
9-8396 ^' 



144 ' LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Clayton — Continued. 

697a . . . The Clayton family. By Henry F. Hepburn . . . 

Read before the Historical society of Delaware, Feb. 15, 1904. 
Wilmington, The Historical society of Delaware, 1904. 

41 p. front., plates, ports. 24|«'™. (Papers of the Historical society of 
Delaware, [no.] xli) 

F161.D36 no. 41 

4-33475t 

Cleaveland. See Cleveland. 

Cleiveland. See Cleveland. 

698 Clendinen. 

An account of the coming to America of three Clendinen 
brothers from Scotland and with five children of Charles Clen- 
dinen. And their connection with the Meigs-Bryan-Miller and 
McCulloch families, pioneers, Indian fighters, block house, and 
town builders. Comp. by Capt. Joe Vincent Meigs from data 
of Mrs. Delia Agnes McCulloch ... in West Va. historical maga- 
zine, of July 1904. and in many letters of her own, and pro- 
cured by her from others and particularly from Mrs. Edith 
Clendinen Miller Stephens . . . Boston, 1906. 
blue-print geneal. tab. 61 x SO"" fold, to 25^ x 15^"™, 

^CS71.C627 1906 

5-33839 

See also Meigs. CS71.M611 1906 



699 Clervaux. 

Family of Clervaux. (In The history and antiquities of the 
parish of Darlington, in the bishoprick. By W. Hylton Dyer 
Longstaffe . . . London, 1854. 25^°™. p. lix-lxxix) 

DA690.D22L8 

^16657 

700 Cleveland. 

A genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland, a great-grandson of 
Moses Cleveland, of Woburn, Mass., and a native of Canterbury, 
Windham County, Conn. With an appendix. Comp. by his 
great-grandson, Horace Gillette Cleveland . . . Chicago, Printed 
for the compiler, 1879. 

260 p. pi. 23*°«». 

CS71.C635 1879 

9-8321t 

701 A genealogical register of the descendants of Moses Cleve- 
land of Woburn, Mass., an emigrant in 1635 from England, with 
a sketch of the Clevelands of Virginia and the Carolinas. By 
James Butler Cleveland of Oneonta, N. Y. Albany, N. Y., 
Munsell, printer, 1881. 

cover-title, 48 p. illua. 24J«°». 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS71.C635 1881 

9-10667t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 145 

Cleveland — Continued. 

702 Stephen Grover Cleveland. A sketch of his life, to which 

is appended a short account of the life of Thomas Andrew Hen- 
dricks, by Deshler Welch. New York, J. W. Lovell company 
[1884] 
viii, 222 p. front., plates, facsime. ISi**™. (Lovell's library, v. 8, no. 427) 
The Cleveland family, chapter i. 

E697.W44 

5-13625 

703 An account of the lineage of General Moses Cleaveland, of 

Canterbury (Windham County), Conn., the founder of the city 
of Cleveland, Ohio, (with portrait). Comp. by his kinsman, 
, H. G. Cleveland. Also a sketch of his life from the January 
(1885) number of the Magazine of western history, by Hon. 
Harvey Rice. Cleveland, O., W. W. Williams, 1885. 
14 p. front, (coat of arms) illus. 24^"°. 



CS71.C636 1886 



4-24956 



704 Cleiveland. The genealogy of the Cleivelands of Hinckley 

in Leicestershire, England. Communicated by H. G. Cleve- 
land . . . [Boston ? 1885] 

7 p. 25^''"°. 
Caption title. 

"Reprinted from the N. E. historical and genealogical register for April, 1885." 
"I have arranged in modern form . . . the records of Mr. [John] Nichols con- 
cerning the Cleivelands of Hinckley, Leicestershire." — p. [3] 

CS430.C66 

8-4650 

706 New England ancestry of Grover Cleveland, president of 

the United States of America. Privately printed. [Salem, 
Mass., The Salem press] 1892. 

25 p. incl. V geneal. charts, front. (2 port.) 31*°. 

"Arranged by Walter K. Watkins . . . With notes and additions by Eben 
Putnam." 

"From Putnam's Monthly historical magazine. Thirty-five copies privately 
printed." 

CS71.C636 1892 
4-24957 

706 The genealogy of the Cleveland and Cleaveland families. 

An attempt to trace, in both the male and female lines, the pos- 
terity of Moses Cleveland . . . [and] of Alexander Cleveland . . . 
with numerous biographical sketches; and containing ancestries 
of many of the husbands and wives, also a bibliography of the 
Cleveland family and a genealogical account of Edward Winn of 
Woburn, and of other Winn families. Comp. by Edmund Janes 
Cleveland and Horace Gillette Cleveland . . . Hartford, Conn., 
35819°— 10 10 



146 ' LIBBAKY OF CONGRESS 

706 Cleveland — Continued. 

Printed for the subscribers by the Case. Lockwood & Brainard 
company, 1899. 

3 V. front., plates, porta. 24"™. 

CS71.C636 1899 

Jan. 25, 1900-39 

See also Hitchcock. CS71.H674 1886 

Hyde. CS71.H993 1864 

707 Clifford. 

The CUffords of Craven. (In Ancestral stories and traditions 

of great families illustrative of English history. By John 

Timbs . . . London, 1869. 18^«''°. p. 368-374) 

DA28.35.A1T6 

5-5847 

708 Genealogy of the family of Clifford. (In A topographical 

and historical description of the parish of Tixall, in the county 
of Stafford. By Sir Thomas Clifford, bar*- and Arthur Clifford, 
esq. Paris, 1817. 2^^"^. p. 154-162.) 

Privately printed, chiefly for presentation. 



DA690.T62C6 



S-18121 



See also Brabazon. CS439.B8 

Saunders. CS71.S266 1897 

709 Coates. 

Thomas Coates, who removed from England to the province 
of Pennsylvania, 1683; comp. from old records by Henry T. 
Coates. Philadelphia, Priv. print., 1897. 

[3]-27 p. fold, geneal, tab. 27''"'. 

CS71.C662 1897 

4-24197 

710 A genealogy of Moses and Susanna Coates who settled in 

Pennsylvania in 1717, and their descendants; with brief intro- 
ductory notes of families of same name . . . Compiled by Tru- 
man Coates, M. D. [Oxford ? Pa.] 1906. 

1 p. 1., 319 p. front., plates, ports. 24«°', 

CS71.C652 1906 

8-16920 

See also Byrd. E159.G55 

Cloud. See also Potts. ' cs7i.P87i 1896 

711 Cobb. 

Autobiography of the first forty-one years of the life of Syl- 
vanus Cobb, d. d. ; to which is added a memoir, by his eldest son 
Sylvanus Cobb, jr. Boston, Universalist publishing house, 1867. 

552 p. front (port.) 20i<''°. 

"His ancestry" p. 9-22. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 147 

Cobb — Continued. 

712 A history of the Cobb family, by Philip L. Cobb. Cleve- 
land, 1907. 

42 p. 24i«"'. 

"200 copies printed of which this is number 62." 

On cover: Part i. 

Descendants of Henry Cobb of Barnstable, Mass. 



CS71.C063 1907 



CA»-2300 



See also Ksibersham.. CS71.H114 looi 

Williamson. CS71.W729 1896 

713 Cochran. 

Cochran, or Cochrane family. (In The history of Windham in 

New Hampshire (Rockingham County). 1719-1883. A Scotch 

settlement. By Leonard A. Morrison . . . Boston, Mass., 1883. 

24"'°. p. 390-402) 

F44.W7M8 

1-8081 

714 The Cochran-Inglis family of Halifax; by Rev. Arthur 

Wentworth Hamilton Eaton . . . Halifax, C. H. Ruggles & co., 
1899. 

1 p. 1., 18 p., 1 1. 24i«». 

CS90.C6 

2-22154 

See also Ad&mB. CS71.A2 1894 

716 Cockburn. 

The house of Cockburn of that ilk and the cadets thereof: 
with historical anecdotes of the times in which many of the 
name played a conspicuous part. By Thomas H. Cockburn- 
Hood . . . Edinburgh [Printed by Scott and Ferguson] 1888. 

5 p. 1., XXX p., 1 1., 394 p. illus. (partly col.) 2 maps, 7 facsim. 30"™. 

CS479.C76 

8-29451 

Cocke. See also Fontaine. F221.V82 vol. 6 

Jones. CS71.J76 1891 

716 Coddington. 

William Coddington in Rhode Island colonial affairs. An 
historical inquiry. By Henry E. Turner. Providence, S. S. 
Rider, 1878. 
60 p. 20=™. (Rhode Island historical tracts. [Ist ser.] no. 4) 

F76.R62 

l-Ro-2964 

717 The Coddington family. Records of one line of the de- 
scendants of John Coddington of Woodbridge, N. J., with notes 



148 ^ LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

717 Coddington — Continued. 

on allied families. By Rev. Herbert G. Coddington, d. d. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., 1907. 

37 p. 25^"". 

"Limited edition. Two hundred copies of this pamphlet have been printed 
of which this is number 100." 

CS71.C669 1907 

10-2630 

718 Coe. 

Record of the Coe family. 1596-18^6. New York, J. A. 
Gray's printing office, 1856. 
14 p. 23°". 
Comp. by David Benton Coe. 

CS71.C672 3 866 

9-15606 

719 Coe-Ward memorial and immigrant ancestors . . . Limited 

ed. . . . Meriden, Conn., Press of the Converse publishing co., 
1897. 

136 p. 2 pi. 23i<"°. 

"This edition will be limited to 150 copies." no. 103. 

By Levi Elmore Coe. 

0871.0673 1897 

7-32835 

See also Duncan. 0S71.D912 1906 



720 Coffin. 

Genealogy of the early generations of the Coffin family in New 
England . . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1870. 

1 p. 1., 17 p. 25"'". 

From the New-Eng. hist, and geneal. register for 1870. 

"Communicated by Sylvanus J. Macy, esq., of New York, N. Y. Annotated 
by the late Nathaniel W. CoflSn, esq., of Dorchester, and by William S. Apple- 
ton, A. M." 

0S71.0676 1870 

^7669T 

721 The Coffin family. The life of Tristram Coffyn, of Nan- 
tucket, Mass., founder of the family line in America; together 
with reminiscences and anecdotes of some of his numerous 
descendants, and some historical information concerning the 
ancient families named Coffyn. By Allen Coffin . . . Nan- 
tucket, Hussey & Robinson, 1881. 

64 p. 23i«'». 

0S7 1.0676 1881 

9-8304t 

722 "Trustum" and his grandchildren. By one of them. 

[Harriet B. Worron] Nantucket, The author, 1881. 

261 p. 20«'". 

0S71.C676 1881a 

»-27100t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 149 

Coffin — Continued . 

723 The life of Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin, baronet, his English 

and American ancestors; by Thomas C. Amory. Boston, 

Cupples, Upham and company, 1886. 

1 p. 1., 141 p. front, (port.) 24i''«. 

DA87.1.C6A6 

4-24409 

724 Early wills illustrating the ancestry of Harriot Coffin, with 

genealogical and biographical notes, by her grandson, William S. 
Appleton. Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1893. 

2 p. 1., 86 p. front, (port.) 24<"". 

CS71.C676 1893 

9-8318t 

726 Gatherings toward a genealogy of the Coffin family. By 

W. S. Appleton. Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1896. 

3 p. 1., [31-53 p. 24''">. 

CS71.C675 1896 

9-7673t 

See also Sinnott. 0S71.S617 1906 



Cogan. See also Dean. CS439.D4 

726 Coggeshall. 

Address delivered at the Coggeshall family reunion, Newport, 
R. I., September 9, 1884. By Hon. Henry J. Coggeshall . . . 
[n. p., 1884?] 

25 p. 23i<'"». 
Caption title. 

CS71.0676 1884 

9-8316t 

727 A history of Coggeshall, in Essex; with an account of its 

church, abbey, manors, ancient houses, &c., and biographical 
sketches of its most distinguished men and ancient families, 
including the family of Coggeshall from 1149, to the re-union at 
Rhode Island, U. S. A., in 1884. By Geo. Fred. Beaumont . . . 
Coggeshall, E, Potter; London, Marshall brothers, 1890. 

xiv p., 1 1., 272 p. front., illus., port., fold. map. 22<'™. 

DA690.C67B3 

3-2578 

Coggin. See also Foster. CS71.F766 1897 

728 Coghill. 

The family of Coghill. 1377 to 1879. With some sketches of 
their maternal ancestors, the Slingsbys, of Scriven hall. 1135 to 
1879. By Jamies Henry Coghill. Cambridge, Printed at the 
Riverside press, 1879. 

ix p., 2 1., 36, [36a]-36p, [37J-193 p., 1 1. front., plates, ports. 23^='°. 

CS71.C677 1879 

7-3229 



150 LIBRAKY OF CONGRESS 

729 Cogswell. 

The Cogswells in America. [By] E. O. Jameson. [Boston, A. 
Mudge & son, printers, ''1 884] 

xxip., 1 1., 683p. illus., ports. 26'"». 
"The edition is limited to 500 copies," 

CS71.C678 1884 

9-8310t 

-See aZso Forrest. CS71.P729 1897 



730 Coit. 

The Coit family ; or The descendants of John Coit, who appears 
among the settlers of Salem, Mass. in 1638, at Gloucester in 1644, 
and at New London, Conn, in 1650. Compiled at the request of 
Samuel Coit of Hartford, Conn, By Rev. F. W. Chapman . . . 
Hartford, Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard co., 1874. 

V p., 1 1., [9J-341 p. pi., ports. 23^"'°. 

CS71.C681 1874 

9-8322t 

Coitmore. See also Gray. 0S71.G78 1880 

Coke. See also Melbourne. DA690.M56B8 

731 Colby. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Abraham Colby and Eliza- 
beth Blaisdell, his wife, who settled in Bow in 1768. By one of 
them. Concord, N. H., Printed by the Republican press associa- 
tion, 1895. 

152 p. front, (port.) 23^"'°. 

Dedication signed: Harrison Colby. 

CS71.C686 1896 

3-17346 

732 History of the Colby family with genealogical tables. By 

James W. Colby. Waltham, Mass. [n895] 

96, [19] p. col. front., illus., plates (partly col.) ports., map. 22''™. 

CS71.C686 1896a 

9-8317t 

Colcock. See also Bsiy. CS71.H413 1908 

733 Golden. 

Notes, biographical and genealogical of the Colden family, and 
of some of its collateral branches in America. By Edwin R. 
Purple. {In New York genealogical and biographical record. 
New York, 1873. 26J<"». vol. 4, p. 161-183) 

P116.N28vol. 4 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 151 

734 Cole. 

The genealogie or pedigree of the Eight Worshipfull and 

worthie Captaine Sir William Cole of the castell of Eneskillen in 

the countie of Ffirmanaugh in the kingdome of Ireland knight. 

By Sir William Segar, Garter, and William Penson, Lancaster. 

With subsequent additions under the certificates of Sir William 

Betham and Sir J. Bernard Burke . . . Copied from the original 

roll, in the possession of the Right Honourable the Earl of Ennis- 

killen. [London?] Priv. print., 1870. 

19 p. incl. plates (coats of arms) 29*"°. 

CS499.C7 

9-n824 

736 Isaac Kool (Cool or Cole) and Catherine Serven, married 

Oct. 15, 1764, at Tappan, Rockland (then part of Orange) Co., 
N. Y. Their descendants complete to May 1, 1876. Also their 
American ancestors from the settlement of New York city. 
Comp. for the family by Rev. David Cole . . . New York, J. F. 
Trow & son, printers, 1876. 

268 p., 1 1. front., illus., ports. 23J''™. 

CS71.C69 1876 

9-10862t 

736 The early genealogies of the Cole families in America. 

(Including Coles and Cowles). With some account of the 
descendants of James Cole, of Hartford, Connecticut, 1635-1652, 
and of Thomas Cole, of Salem, Mass., 1649-1672. [By] Frank T. 
Cole. Columbus, O. [Printed by Hann & Adair for the author] 
1887. 

4 p. 1., [v]-xxxii, [13]-307, [6] p. ports. 23i«'°. 

CS71.C69 1887 

9-8319t 

737 The descendants of James Cole of Plymouth, 1633; also a 

record of the families of Lieutenant Thomas Burnham, of 
Ipswich, 1635, Lieutenant Edward Winship, of Cambridge, 1635, 
and Simon Huntington, of Norwich, England, 1635, with a com- 
plete record of the Cole, Coole, and Cowle families of America in 
the revolution, by Ernest Byron Cole. New York, The Grafton 
press, 1908. 

xiii, 435, [7] p. plates, ports., maps. 24"™. 

7 blank pages at end of volume for Family records. 



a-13375 



CS71.C69 1908 



See also Cowles. 

Lawson. CS71.L426 1903 

Salisbury. 0S71.S167 1892 

Thomas. 0S71.T46 1896 



152 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

738 Colegrove. 

The history and genealogy of the Colegrove family in America, 
with biographical sketches, portraits, etc. By William Cole- 
grove. Chicago, The author, 1894. 

792 (i. e. 776) p. front., col. illus., ports. 20'^°'. 

No. 116 a-b, 571 a-d, inserted in paging; final page numbered 792 for 770. 

Pages 577-640 left blank for "Family register." 

CS71.C691 1894 

9-7672t 

739 Coleman. 

Memoirs of the Colman family, including their correspondence 
with the most distinguished personages of their time. By Rich- 
ard Brinsley Peake . . . London, R. Bentley, 1841. 

2 V. fronts, (ports.) 22^*'™. 
l(>-2773t 

740 The Coleman family. Descendants of Thomas Coleman in 

line of the oldest son. ix generations. 1598 to 1867 — 269 years. 
Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1867. 
24 p. 22i<"°. 

"The compilation and arrangement of the materials have been made by the 
Hon. Edwin Stearns, of Middletown, Ct." 
Edited by Lyman Coleman. 

CS71.C692 1867 

»-7671t 

741 The Coleman family. Descendants of Thomas Coleman, 

of Nantucket, in line of the oldest son, x generations, 1602 to 
1898—296 years. Detroit, Mich., S. B. Coleman, 1898. 
cover-title, 28, [8] p. 25«™. 

Comp. by Silas Bunker Coleman. 

CS71.C692 1898 

9-8303t 

742 The genealogy of William Coleman of Gloucester, Mass., and 

Gravesend, England. 1619-1906. By James Cash Coleman . . . 
Goshen, N. Y., Press of the Independent republican [^1906] 
5 p. 1., [13]-240 p. front., plates, ports. 23'^'°. 

CS71.C692 1906 

6-31408 

See also Bavrson. CS71.D272 1874a 

Sturgis. CS71.S935 1898 

Sturgis. CS71.S935 1900 

743 Coleridge. 

The story of a Devonshire house, by Lord Coleridge, k. o. 
London, T. F. Unwin, 1905. 

329 p. 36 pi. (incl. front., ports.) fold, geneal. tab. 23"'". 
Facsim. of Lord Coleridge's book-plate on inside of front cover. 
"Account of the family of Coleridge." 

DA301.1.C7C7 

&-14479 

Coles. See Cole. 

Collier. See also Southworth. OS71.S728 1903 

CoUings. See Collins. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 153 

743a Collins. 

Report in relation to the claim of the heirs at law of Samuel 
Collins, dec'd, late of Waterford township, Gloucester County, in 
the western division of the State of New Jersey, to any unsettled 
estate in England. By the examination of the records in the 
Prerogative court of Canterbury, principal registry of probate in 
the city of London, England. By John Clement . . . Trenton, 
W. T. Nicholson & co., printers, 1871. 
54 p. 23<='°. 

CS71.C712 1871 
2-19457 

744 Reminiscences of Isaac and Rachel (Budd) Collins, with an 

account of some of their descendants, together with a genealogy 
of the Collins family, and also a history of a reunion held at 
Philadelphia, May 9, 1892. Philadelphia, Printed by J. B. 
Lippincott co., 1893. 

164 p. front, plates (partly col.) ports. 25"". 
By John Collins. 

CS71.C712 1803 

9-8338t 

744a Address delivered by Dr. S. C. Beane at the Collins family 

gathering, 1892. [Ed. with notes by L. W. Collins. St. Cloud, 
Minn., 1898.] 
34 p. 19J'^°'. 

CS71.C712 1898 

See also Blackman. CS71.B639 1894 

Haynes. • 0S7i H424 1902 

745 Collord. 

Ancestors of William Adams Collord and Rebecca Severns his 
wife, with charts showing descent from Lambert Huybertsen 
Mol, Abraham Pietersen Van Deursen, Lambert Van Valkenberg, 
Joseph Waldron, Zacharias Sickels, Hans Jacobsen Harty, 
Hendrick Teunisen Helling, Judith Stoughton, William Smead, 
James Bates, Thomas Lawrence Humphrey Spining, Jacob 
Tremper, Isaac Caillard, Michel de Gr6e, Catherine La Force, 
[n. p., 18—] 

43, [1] p. incl. front. 23°'°. 
Comp. by Isora Collord. 

CS71.C714 

9-7670t 

Colman. See Coleman. 



154 ' LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

746 Colquhoun. 

The chiefs of Colquhoun and their country; by William 
Fraser . . . Edinburgh [Printed by T. and A. Constable] 1869. 
2 V. plates (partly col., partly fold.) ports., facsims. 25J x 21^'"^. 
Engr. t.-p.; title in red. 

DA880.D8F8 

5-17401 

747 Colt. 

Genealogical memoirs of the families of Colt and Coutts. 
By the Rev. Charles Rogers . . . London, Printed for the 
Cottonian society, 1879. 

59 p. 23''°'. 

CS439.C7 

2-19625 

See also Loomis. CS71.L863 1880 



Colton. See also Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

Salter. cs7i.si77 1900 

747a Colver. 

Colver-Culver genealogy; descendants of Edward Colver, of 
Boston, Dedham, and Roxbury, Massachusetts, and New Lon- 
don, and Mystic, Connecticut, by Frederic Lathrop Colver. 
[New York] F. Allaben genealogical company [^1910] 

271 p. 20"™. (On i;cr«o o/Zta^Z-iitZe; Allaben genealogical series.) 

CS71.C727 1910 

10-10339 

Colvin. jS'ee aZso McAllister. CS71.M114 1900 

748 Comberbach. ' 

Collections for a genealogical account of the family of Com- 
berbach. By George-W. Marshall, ll. b. London, [W. Bret- 
tell, printer] 1866. 

3 p. 1., [5]-58 p. front, (coat of arms) 23"™. 

CS439.C73 

6-6672 

749 Comey. 

The Comey-Comee family in America. Descendants of David 
Comey of Concord, Mass., killed in King Philip's war, 1676, 
with notes on the Maltman family. By Allen H. Bent . . . Bos- 
ton, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1896. 

50, iii p. 23|«™. 

"The first five generations are reprinted from the New-England hist, and gen. 
register for April, 1896." 

CS71.C732 1896 

9-8301t 

Compton. See also Chappell. 0S71.C467 1900 

Drummond. CS419.D7 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 155 

750 Comstock. 

Some descendants of Samuel Comstock of Providence, R. I., 
who died about 1660; ed. by C. B. Comstock. New York, The 
Knickerbocker press, 1905. 
2 p. 1., 249 p. 24'"". 

CS71.C74 1905 

5-23040 

751 A Comstock genealogy; descendants of William Com- 
stock of New London, Conn., who died after 1662: ten genera- 
tions. Ed. by Cyrus B. Comstock. New York, The Knicker- 
bocker press, 1907. 
V, 314 p. 24"'". 
p. iii-v wrongly inserted. 

CS71.C74 1907 

7-29179 

See also Baker. CS71.B17 1896 



752 Conant. 

Pedigree of the Conant family, comp., by Frederick Odell 
Conant . . . [Portland ? Me., 1884] 
geneal. tab. 96 x 44=°» fold, to 33 x 23<"°. 

CS71.C743 1884 

9-18740t 

763 A history and genealogy of the Conant family in England 

and America, thirteen generations, 1520-1887; containing also 
some genealogical notes on the Connet, Connett and Connit 
families . . . By Frederick Odell Conant . . . Portland, Priv. 
print. [Press of Harris & Williams] 1887. 

xiv p., 1 1., 640 p. col. front, (coat of arms) illus., plates, ports., facsims. 
(partly fold.) 23<"°. 
"350 copies, octavo. 10 copies, quarto. No. 164." 

CS71.C743 1887 

9-29544 

764 A genealogy of one branch of the Conant family, 1581-1890. 

Arranged for Moses Conant Warren by Emily Wilder Leavitt. 
[Boston] Printed for private circulation [by A. Mudge & son] 1890. 

2 p. 1., 18 p. col. front, (coat of arms) 26"°'. [With Warren, Mary Parker. 
A genealogy of one branch of the Warren family . . . Boston, 1890] 

CS71.W29 1890 

9-17837 

See also Barrett. F74.C8P8 

Connet. 
756 Cone. 

Some account of the Cone family in America, principally of 
the descendants of Daniel Cone, who settled in Haddam, Con- 
necticut, in 1662. Comp. by William Whitney Cone . . . 
Topeka, Printed by Crane & company, 1903. 

546 p., 1 1. front,, illus. (porta.) 24<"°. 

3-29532 

0S71.C747 1903 

See also Heath. 

Lancaster. CS71.L246 1902 



156 ' LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

756 Coney. 

A brief study in genealogy. Connin, Conny, Cony, Coney, 
Cony. By one of the family . . . Cambridge, J. Wilson and son, 
1885. 

38 p., 1 1. port. 26^''°». 

Cover-title: A Coiiy brochure. By J. H. W. i. e. Joseph Hartwell Williams. 

Manuscript notes. 

"Fifty copies printed for private circulation." 

CS71.C748 1886 

9-29300 

767 The parentage and English progenitors of Nathaniel Coney 

of Boston, Mass. By Thomas Hills . . . Boston, Press of D. 
Clapp & son, 1906. 
13 p. 25"™. 

"Reprinted with additions from the N. E. historical and genealogical register 
for January 1907." 

CS71.C748 1906 

7-4801 

758 Conkling. 

Salem and the Conkling family, by Frank J. Conkling. [Salem, 

1894 ?] 
Ip. 1., lip. 24i«'". 
"From the Historical collections of the Essex institute, vol. xxxi." 

CS71.C752 1804 

1-26945 

759 The Conkling-Prosch family with some reference to the 

Dotter, Roe, Reynolds, Brooks, Mapes, Elder, McCarver and 
other connections, by Thomas W. Prosch. Seattle, Press of the 
General lithographing and printing company, 1909. 

141 p. incl. illus., ports. 23"™. 

"Edition limited to one hundred and fifty copies, number seventy-nine." 

CS71.C752 1900 

9-21011 

Connable. See Cunnabell. 

760 Connet. 

. . . History and genealogy of the author's branch of the 
Connet family, by Rev. Alfred Connet. [n. p.] 1905. 
1 p. 1., [5]-53 p. ports. 19i°™. 

CS71.C763 1906 

7-6951 

See also Conant. 

Connin. See Coney. 

Connit. See Connet. 

Connor. See also Washington. CS60.W6 

Conny. See Coney. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 157 

761 Conover. 

George S. Conover. Genealogical, biographical. [Geneva? 
N. Y., 1886 ?] 

32, 12 p. 23'^'°. 

Chiefly a reprint of newspaper and magazine articles. 

Caption title. Portrait on cover. 

CS71.C764 1886 

3-4176 

See also Gustin. CS71.G982 1900 

Washington. CS69.W5 

762 Conrad. 

1683-1891. Thones Kunders and his children. Also, a list 
of the descendants for six generations of his youngest son Henry 
Cunreds, "of Whitpain." By Henry C. Conrad. Wilmington, 
Press of W. Costa [1891] 

105, 23 p. illus. 19i X 16i««°. 

CS71.C756 1891 

9-10863t 

763 Constant. 

The journal of the Reverend Silas Constant, pastor of the 
Presbyterian church at Yorktown, New York; with some of the 
records of the church and a list of his marriages, 1784-1825, 
together with notes on the Nelson, Van Cortlandt, Warren, and 
some other families mentioned in the journal, by Emily Warren 
Roebling; ed. by Josiah Granville Leach, ll. b. Philadelphia, 
Printed for private circulation by J. B. Lippincott company, 1903. 

XV, 561 p. front., illus., pi., port., maps, faceim., geneal. tab. 25"°. 

"This edition is limited to three hundred copies, of which this no. 29." 

F129.Y6C7 

^-4213 

764 Converse. 

Family record of Deacons James W. Converse and Elisha S. 
Converse, including some of the descendants of Roger de Coign- 
eries, of England, 1066. Deacon Edward Convers, of Charles- 
town, Mass. 1630. Robert Wheaton, of Salem, Mass. 1636. 
William Edmonds, of Lynn, Mass. 1630. John Coolidge, of 
Watertown, Mass. 1630. Comp. and ed. by William G. Hill . . . 
[Boston] Priv. print. [A. Mudge & son, printers] 1887. 

iv p., 1 1., 241 p., 1 1. plates, ports., col. coats of arms. 24<'°>. 

Lettered: Genealogy of one line of the Converse, Wheaton, Edmands and 
Coolidge families. 

CS71.C766 1887 

4-24228 

765 Family history in the line of Joseph Convers of Bedford, 

Massachusetts, 1739-1828. John Jay Putnam, comp. and ed. 
Worcester, F. S. Blanchard & company, 1897. 

3 p. 1., [5]-97 p. front. 26""'. 

0S71.C766 1897 

9-8337t 



158 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

C onverse — Continued . 

766 Some of the ancestors and descendants of Samuel Converse, 

jr., of Thompson parish, Killingly, Conn.; Major James Convers, 
of Woburn, Mass.; Hon. Heman Allen, m. c, of Milton and 
Burlington, Vermont; Captain Jonathan Bixby, sr. of Killingly, 
Conn. Comp. and ed. by Charles Allen Converse. Boston, 
Mass., E. Putnam [1905] 
2 V. illus. (incl. ports.) geneal. tables (partly fold.) 26^x21*'™. 
Paged continuously. 

CS71.C766 1906 

5-39145 

See also Morris. CS71.M876 1894 



767 Conway. 

Additional data furnished me by Dr. Lyon G. Tyler, of 
William and Mary historical magazine, respecting my grand- 
mother, Janetta Broun's Northern Neck kindred. Conway line. 
[Charleston ? W. Va., 1903 ?] 

[4] p. SS""". 

Signed in ms. : Thos. L. Broun. Dated: Charleston, W. Va., December, 1903. 

(Bound with Conway family of Virginia.) 

CS71.C767 1904 

6-23878 

768 Conway family of Virginia . . . [Richmond ? 1904 ?] 

[4] p. illus. SSi""". 

Caption title. 
Signed: E. C. M. 

From the Richmond, Vii^nia, Times-Dispatch of Jan. 10 and 17, 1904. The 
second article has caption: Broun family, of Virginia. 

CS71.C767 1904 

6-23877 

See also Glassell. F225.H41 

Rawdon. da940.5.ii3B5 

Cony. See Coney. 

769 Cook. 

The seize quartiers of the family of Bryan Cooke, esq. of Ows- 
ton, Hafod-y-Wern, and Gwysaney, and of Frances his wife, 
daughter and heir of Philip Puleston . . . With notes and illus- 
trations. London, Priv. print., 1857. 

vii, [1] 110 p. illus., fold, geneal. tab. 21^°"!. 

Preface signed: William Bryan Cooke. 

CS439.C66 

8-37155 

770 Notes for a genealogy of the family of Ellis Cook, of South- 
ampton, L. I., N. Y [New Brunswick ? N. J., 1886 ?] 

21 p. 21°". 

Rectos left blank for "additions and notes." 

By George Hammell Cook. 

CS71.C77 1886 

a-20241 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 159 

Cook — Continued. 

771 Descendants of Mordecai Cooke, of "Mordecai's Mount," 

Gloucester County, Virginia, 1650. By William Carter Stubbs 
. . . New Orleans, L. Graham & son, ltd., printers, 1896. 
48 p. illus. 23i''">. 



CS71.C77 1896 



9-8403t 



See also Candee. CS71.C216 1882 

Flagg. CS71.F674 1903 

Lawson. CS71.L426 1903 

Rogers. CS71.R73 1906 

Russell. CS71.R966 1879 

Thompson. CS71.T47 1890 

Washington. CS69.W6 

Oooke. See Cook. 
Cool. See Cole. 

772 Coolidge. 

Chart of the descendants of Joseph Coolidge, b. 1719, of Bos- 
ton, Mass. who married Marguerite Olivier, b. 1726, of La 
Rochelle, France . . . Designed & prepared 1897 by Lieut.- 
Colonel Charles Austin Coolidge ... [n. p., 1898 ?] 

geneal. tab. 63^ x 97""». 

"Corrected copy." 

CS71.C773 1898 

6-19S15 

See also Converse. CS71.C766 1887 

Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

Coombs. See also White. CS71.W686 1872 

773 Cooper. 

[Cooper genealogy] comp. by W. W. Cooper. Washington, 
D. C, 1879. 
geneal. tab. 58 x 43''°» folded to 24<'"». 

CS71.C777 1879 

&-8311t 

774 Descendants of Peter Cooper, of Rowley, Massachusetts. 

By the late Albion K. P. Cooper . . . Portland, Me., Pr. by 
B. Thurston & co., 1885. 

11 p. 24«">. 

Ed. by Edward Doubleday Harris. 

"Republished from Maine hist, and gen. rec, v. 2, no. 2, 1885." 

CS71.C777 1886 
1-18701 



160 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

Cooper — Continued. 

775 Thomas Cooper of Boston and his descendants. By Fred- 
erick Tuckerman . . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1890. 

1 p. 1., 11 p. 24«°». 

"Reprinted from the New England hiBtorical and genealogical register for 

January, 1890." 

CS71.C777 1800 

1-26946 

776 History of the Cooper family, by J. P. Crayon . . . Kock- 

away, N. J., Rockaway publishing house, 1894. 

13 p. 22"'". 

Port, of David Cooper on t.-p. 

CS71.C777 1894 

4-37303 

777 . . . Descendants of Daniel Cooper and Grace Runyon, Long 

Hill, Morris County, New Jersey. Collated by Arthur E. Cooper 
. . . Cooper's Plains, N. Y. [1895] 
geneal. tab. 56 x 70i<"" fold, to 29 x S?*"". 
At head of title: 1695-1895. 

CS71.C777 1896 

9-11947t 

778 The Cooper and allied families of Detrick, Dobell, Dobins, 

Dowdy, Gilmore, Greene, Hanna, Henry, Lyman, Miller, Mills, 
Moore, Morris, Moss, Rawlings, Rodecker, Stanton, Willett, 
Young and Unversaw. By W. F. Cooper . . . [Lansing ?] 1906. 

16 p. 23"°». 

CS71.C777 1906 

6-45817 

779 Origin and history of the name of Cooper, 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 signifi- 
cance. The crescent family record . . . Chicago, 111., American 
publishers' association, 1906. 

5 p. 1., iv, [37]-112, [14] p., 1 1. illus., pi. 22"°'. 

CS71.C777 1906a 

&-11396 

See also Gill. CS439.646 

O'Hara. da996.bi806 

780 Cope. 

A record of the Cope family. As established in America, by 
Oliver Cope, who came from England to Pennsylvania, about . . . 
1682, with the residences, dates of births, deaths and marriages 
of his descendants as far as ascertained. By Gilbert Cope. 
Philadelphia, King & Baird, printers, 1861. 

xxvii, [9]-251 p. front, (port.) 23^"°'. 

0S71.C782 1861 

9-9751t 

Copeland. See also Thayer. CS71.T37 1836 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 161 

781 Corbin. 

History and genealogy of the descendants of Clement Corbin 
of Muddy River (Brookline), Mass. and Woodstock, Conn, with 
notices of other lines of Corbins. Comp. by Rev. Harvey M. 
Lawson . . . [Hartford, Conn.] Hartford press, 1905. 

378, [81 p. plates, ports. 24<'"°. 

CS71.C791 1905 

6-36306 

Corlies. See Corliss. 

782 Corliss. 

A genealogical record of the Corliss family of America. Includ- 
ing partial records of some of the families connected by intermar- 
riage; among which are those of Neff, Hutchins, Ladd, Eastman, 
Roby, Ayer, Kingsbury, Merrick, Haynes, Messer, George, Has- 
tings, Bailey, Davis, Dustin, Pattee, Hinds, etc. Also, notes on 
the Corlies family. 1st ed. Comp. from public and private rec- 
ords, by Augustus W. Corliss, assisted by Mrs. Betsy Ayer and 
Mrs. Margaret H. Webster . . . Yarmouth, Me., 1875. 

3 p. I., v-vi, [3]-337 p. plates. 22i»«». 

CS71.C8 1870 
9-8336t 

See also Sinnott. CS71.S617 1906 



783 Cornell. 

Genealogy of the Cornell family; being an accoimt of the 
descendants of Thomas Cornell of Portsmouth, R. I. By the 
Rev. John Cornell . . . New York, Press of T. A. Wright, 1902. 

2 p. 1., 468 p. 2 front., pi., port., maps, facsim. 24§'"". 

CS71.C814 1903 

2-21276 

See also Sandys. CS71.S22 1897 



Corning. See also Bliss. CS71.B66 1881 

784 Cornish. 

The history and genealogy of the Cornish families in America, 

by Joseph E, Cornish . . . Boston, G. H. Ellis co,, printers, 1907. 

1 p. 1., iii, 349 p. front., porta. 240 



8-17542 



lorn 

CS71.C818 1907 



785 Cornwall. 

Genealogy of the family of Cornwall of Bonhard, co. Linlith- 
gow . . . Comp. by R. R. Stodart . . . [London] Private impres- 
sion, 1877. 

11 p. illus. 26'"°. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS479.C8 

9-19342t 

35819°— 10 11 



162 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Cornwall — Continued. 

786 The duchy and dukes of Cornwall. By Stephen Isaacson 

Tucker. {In British archaeological association. Journal. Lon- 
don. 23<"^. vol. 33, 1877, p. 60-67) 

DA20.B83 vol. 33 

787 The earls of Cornwall. By James Robinson Planch^. (in- 
British archaeological association. Journal. London. 23"™. 
vol. 33, 1877, p. 46-59) 

DA20.B83 vol. 33 

788 William Cornwall and his descendants; a genealogical his- 
tory of the family of William Cornwall, one of the Puritan foun- 
ders of New England, who came to America in or before the year 
1633, and died in Middletown, Connecticut, in the year 1678; by 
Edward E. Cornwall, m. d. New Haven, The Tuttle, Morehouse 
and Taylor company, 1901. 

V p., 1 1,, 178 p. incl. geneal. tab. 24i''"». 

CS71.C82 1901 

3-4171 

789 Cornwallis. 

A description to accompany the Tables of descent of the Corn- 
wallis family. Blazoned by Louisa marchioness Cornwallis. 
[London, Printed by S. Bentley, 1841 ?] 
63, [1] p. 26«°>. 

0S439.C7 
8-37478 

790 Corry. 

The history of the two Ulster manors of Finagh, in the county 
of Tyrone, and Coole, otherwise manor Atkinson, in the county 
of Fermanagh, and of their owners. By the Earl of Belmore, 
M. R. I. A. London, Longmans, Green & CO. ; [etc., etc.] 1881. 

xi, 383, [1] p. 22i<"". 

DA995.U4B4 

4-2454 

791 The history of the Corry family of Castlecoole. By the 

Earl of Belmore . . . London, Longmans, Green & co. ; Dublin, 
A. Thom & CO., limited, 1891. 

ix, 296, [2] p. incl. illus., tables, facsims. pi. 22^°'^. 
Last signature, T, and leaf containing errata and addenda, dated February 
25th, 1892. 

CS499.C8 

3-23914 

792 Corser. 

Genealogy of the Corser family in America, embracing many of 
the descendants of the early settlers of the name in Massachusetts 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 163 

792 Corser — Continued. 

and New Hampshire, with some reminiscences of their Trans- 
Atlantic cousins . . . [Concord, N. H., Printed by I. C. Evans 
CO.] 1902 [1903] 

X p., 1 1., 306, 30 p. front., plates, ports., coat of arms. 22^""". 

Comp. by Samuel Bartlett Gerrish Corser. 

Introduction, dated 1903, signed: El wood S. Corser. 

"Appendix ... by E. S. Corser": 30 p. 

CS71.C826 1002 

3-26067 

Corwin. See Curwen. 

Cosgrove. See also Barlow. CS71.B27 I89l 

793 Cotton. 

Pedigree of Cotton. Comp. principally from a pedigree pub. 
in the New England historical and genealogical register, a manu- 
script of the late Rosseter Cotton of Plymouth, in the possession 
of William G. Brooks, esq., and Mr. Jackson's History of New- 
ton. [Boston, 1857] 

geneal. tab. 34^ x 53^°"" fold, to 34^ x 28""'. 

Reprinted from Drake's History and antiquities of Boston. Boston, 1857. 

CS71.C861 1857 

10-1495 

794 The English ancestry of Rev. John Cotton of Boston. By 

H. G. Somberby . . . Boston, H. W. Dutton & son, printers, 1868. 

12 p. illus. 23""°. 

"Reprinted from the Heraldic journal for April, 1868." 

CS71.C851 1868 

9-20656 

See also Walton. SH433.A 1876 



Couch. See also Richardson. CS71.K62 1906 

796 Coulon de Villiers. 

Notes sur la famille Coulon de Villiers, par I'abb^ Am6d6e 
Gosselin . . . L6vis, Bulletin des recherches historiques, 1906. 
110, [2] p. incl. facsims, port. 23"'^. 

CS90.C7 

7-24304 

Coulter. See also Dobyns. CS71.D636 1908 

Coursen. See also Woodruflf. CS71.W887 1909 
Courser. See Corser. 

Coutts. See also Colt. CS439.C7 



164 LIBKAKY OF CONGRESS 

796 Coventry. 

An historical and descriptive account of Croome d'Abitot, the 

seat of the Right Hon. the Earl of Coventry; with biographical 

notices of the Coventry family : to which are annexed an Hortus 

croomensis, and Observations on the propagation of exotics. 

By William Dean , . . Worcester, Printed and pub. for the 

author, by T. Eaton, 1824. 

6 p. 1., 93, 161, [1] p. front., pi. 2P">. 

DA690.C787D3 

2-28691 

797 Covert. 

Covert ancestry. Comp. by Edson Salisbury Jones. Con- 
tributed by Byron Barnes Horton, Sheffield, Pa. Edition of 
fifty copies . . . New York, Printed by T. A. Wright, 1906. 

20 p. 28^'"». 

Reprinted from the New York genealogical and biographical record, 1906. 

CS71.C873 1906 

10-6580 

798 Cowden. 

Ancestry and kin of the Cowden and Welch families. [By] 

Rev. James Marcus Welch . . . Indiana, Pa., 1904. 

203 p. incl. illus., ports., map, facsim. 17^"™. 

CS71.C874 1904 

6-1554 

799 Cowles. 

[Cowles family tree] Copy of an original made about 1850, 
now (1895) in the possession of William A. Cowles, Washington, 
D. C. 2d ed. Washington, D. C, 1895. 

fold, geneal. tab. 25"™. 

By Calvin Duvall Cowles. 



CS71.C875 1895 



9-8307t 



800 Branches of Virginia Cowles family. [Shelbyville ? Ky., 

1903 ?] 
geneal. tab. 61 x 43i<"». 
Comp. by Eugene Cowles. 



CS71.C875 1903 



6-851 



801 Branch of Virginia Cowles family, chart no. 2. [Cleveland, 

Printed by Cleveland leader, 1904 ?] 
geneal. tab. 46 x 30=™. 
By Eugene Cowles. 

CS71.C876 1904 

6-27386 

Cowperthwait. See Cowperthwaite. 

Cowperthwaite. See also Haynes. CS71.H424 1887 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 165 

802 Cox. 

In memoriam. John Cox, 1795-1871. Henry Oxnard Preble, 
1847-1871 . . . [Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1871] 

2 p. 1., [31-24 p. 24i°"'. 

CS71.C877 1871 

9-l2625t 

803 Descendants of John Cox. By C. S. Williams. New York, 

C. S. Williams, 1909. 

2 p. 1., 4-89 numb. 1. front, (coat of arms) pi., ports., map. 23°°'. 

"Edition of twenty-five copies, no. nine." 

"This genealogy begins with John Cox who was at Bermuda in 1663." 

CS71.C877 1009 

CA »-1634 

Coytmore. See Coitmore. 

Cracroft. See also Crall, CS71.C880 1908 

804 Cradock. 

Historical notices of Sir Matthew Cradock, knt., of Swansea, 
in the reigns of Henry vii. and viii. By the Rev. John Mont- 
gomery Traherne . . . Llandovery, W. Rees; London, Long- 
man and CO., [etc.] 1840. 

1 p. 1. 31 [1] p., front., geneal. tab., pi. 25°". 

805 Crafts. 

The Crafts family. A genealogical and biographical history of 
the descendants of Griffin and Alice Craft, of Roxbury, Mass. 
1630-1890. Comp. by James M. Crafts and William F. Crafts. 
Northampton, Mass., Gazette printing company, 1893. 
iv p., 2 1., [5J-803 p. front., plates, porta., facsims. 24^"™. 

CS71.C886 1893 
iMI763 

Craig. See also Roosevelt. F167.B8E64 

806 Craighead. 

The Craighead family : a genealogical memoir of the descend- 
ants of Rev. Thomas and Margaret Craighead, 1658-1876. By 
Rev. James Geddes Craighead, d. d. Philadelphia, Pa., Printed 
for the descendants [Sherman & co., printers] 1876. 

173 p. IQi"™. 

CS71.C886 1876 

9-8308 

807 Crall. 

The ancestry of Leander Howard Crall; monographs on the 
Crall, Half, Beatty, Asfordby, Billesby, Heneage, Langton, 
Quadring, Sandon, Fulnetby, Newcomen, Wolley, Cracroft, Gas- 
coigne, Skipwith, Plantagenet, Meet, Van Ysselsteyn, Middagh, 



166 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

807 Crall— Continued. 

Bergen, and De Rapalje families, with coat armor, pedigree 
charts, and documentary appendices, by Frank Allaben ... N3W 
York city. The Grafton press [n908] 

426 p. front., plates (partly col., 1 fold.) ports., facsims. (1 fold.) 27J'"°. 

"One hundred and twenty-five copies of this book have been printed from 
type and the type distributed. This copy is number 125." 

CS71.C889 1908 

8-9500 

808 Crane. 

Memorials of the Cranes of Chilton, with a pedigree of the 
family, and the life of the last representative. By William S. 
Appleton. Cambridge [Mass.] Press of J. Wilson & son, 1868. 

2 p. 1., 89 p. front., plates, fold, geneal. tables, coats of arms. 24^"™. 

CS439.C76 

9-18148 

809 HenryCrane of Milton, Mass., 1654, and some of his descend- 
ants, Comp. for Mr. Albert Crane [by Emily Wilder Leavitt] 
Boston, Priv. print. [Press of D. Clapp & son] 1893. 

26 p., 1 1. pi., port., facsim., geneal. tab. 26"™. 

"Reprinted from New-England historical and genealogical register, vols. 46 
and 47, with additions." 
Interleaved. 

CS71.C891 1893 

9-8306 

810 Genealogy of the Crane family . . . By Ellery Bicknell 

Crane . . . Worcester, Mass., Press of C. Hamilton, 1895-1900. 

2 v. col. front., pi., port. 24^'=™, 

CS71.C891 1896 

1-2090 

811 History of the family of John Crane, grandson of Stephen 

Crane, whose father was John Crane the first; together with 
personal reminiscences of the author, John Grant Crane. Eliza- 
beth, N. J., Journal printing house, 1899. 

24 p. front, (port.) 23^""'. 

CS71.C891 1899 

2-1510 

See also Griswold. CS71.G87 1898 

Lawson. CS71.L426 1903 

812 Cranmer. 

Genealogical memoirs of the kindred families of Thomas 
Cranmer, archbishop of Canterbury, and Thomas Wood, bishop 
of Lichfield. Illustrated with twelve sheet pedigrees, engravings 
of all Archbishop Cranmer' s official seals, and shields of arms. 
By Robert Edmond Chester Waters . . . (Two chapters from 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 167 

812 Cranmer — Continued. 

the unpublished memoirs of the Chesters of Chicheley.) Lon- 
don, Printed for the author by Robson and sons, 1877. 

X, 162 p. front., illus., iii pi. 26"=". 

"Only six copies lai^e paper, and twenty-eight copies small paper, printed 
for private circulation." 

CS439.C78 1877 

4-23523 

See also Walton. SH433.A 1876 



813 Crater. 

History of the Greter, Grater or Crater family. By Lewis 
Crater. [Reading, Pa., B. F. Owen & co., printers, 1894] 
iv, 27 p. front, (port.) 22i«"». 

CS71.C896 1894 

»-S305 

Cravens. See also Nourse. CS71.N933 1897 

814 Crawford. 

Lives of the Lindsays; or, A memoir of the houses of Crawford 
and Balcarres, by Lord Lindsay. To which are added, extracts 
from the official correspondence of Alexander, sixth earl of 
Balcarres, during the Maroon war; together with personal nar- 
ratives by his brothers, the Hon. Robert, Colin, James, John, 
and Hugh Lindsay; and by his sister, Lady Anne Barnard . . . 
London, J. Murray, 1849. 

3 V. front, (geneal. tab.) 2 pi., 4 facsim. 22"'°. 

DA768.3.L8C7 

S-23791 

816 Laurus Crawfurdiana. Memorials of that branch of the 

Crawford family which comprises the descendants of John Craw- 
ford, of Virginia. 1660-1883. With notices of the allied fami- 
lies. Privately printed for the compilers. New York [E. O. 
Jenkins, printer] 1883. 

xiv, 180 p., 1 1. front., plates, ports., photos., facsims., geneal. tables, coat 
of arms. 31"". 

Comp. by Mrs. Vanderbilt and R. L. Crawford. 



CS71.C899 1883 



9-13819 



See also Johnson. CS71.J7 1896 

Vawter. CS71.V39 1906 

Weitzel. CS71.W434 1883 

Crayford. See also Maunsell. CS439.M37 

Credit. See also Dobyns. 0S71.D636 1908 



168 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

816 Crehore. 

A genealogy of the Crehore family, by Charles Frederic 
Crehore . . . Wellesley Hills, Press of Ware & Eaton, 1887. 
34 p. 26°'^. 
Alternate pages left blank for "Notes and memoranda." 

CS71.C913 1887 

9-27118 

Crippen. See also Loomis. CS71.L863 1880 

Crisp. See Crispe. 

817 Crispe. 

Collections relating to the family of Crispe . . . P^/ondon] 
Printed for private circulation only, 1882-1897. 

4 V. illus., plates, facsims., coats of arms. 30"™. 

Comp. by Frederick Arthur Crisp. 

Vol. 1-3 are numbered 55 of an edition of 150 copies; vol. 4 no. 24 of an edi- 
tion of 50 copies. 

CS439.C8 

9-18147t 

818 History of the Crispe family, by B. J. Cigrand . . . Chicago, 

The author, 1901. 

409, [1] p, Jncl. front., plates, ports., facsims. 22J«'°. 

CS71.C932 1901 

5-16605 

819 Crispin. 

A biographical and historical sketch of Captain William 
Crispin of the British navy, together with portraits and sketches 
of many of his descendants and of the representatives of some 
families of English Crispins; also an historical research concern- 
ing the remote ancestry of English and American Crispins, and 
a tracing of the name Crispin, from 361 b. c.'to the present, 
including genealogies of the Crispin families, and some account 
of related families, the Penns, the Holmes, the Masons; to which 
is added a section on genealogy and ancestry. By Kev. William 
Frost Crispin. Akron, O., The Commercial printing co., 1901. 

144 p. front., illus., ports., facsims. 23^"™. 

Bibliograpby: p. [2] 

CS71.C933 1901 

4-2229 

Crofts. See also Crafts. 

820 Croke. 

The genealogical history of the Croke family, originally named 
Le Blount. By Sir Alexander Croke . . . Oxford, Printed by 
W. Baxter for J. Murray, London, and J. Parker, Oxford, 1823. 

2v. illus., 9 pi., 2 port., map, 43 geneal. tab. 30='°, 

Pagination irregular. 

Imperfect? Geneal. tables 9-10 wanting. 

^ CS439.C82 

&-29454 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 169 

Croke — Continued. 

821 Thirteen psalms and the first chapter of Ecclesiastes, trans- 
lated into English verse by John Croke, in the reign of Henry 
VIII. With other documents relating to the Croke family. 
London, printed for the Percy society, 1844. 

2 p. 1. [vii]-xvi, 79 p. 19""". (In Percy society. Early English poetry . . . 
London. 19''°'. vol. xi.) 

822 Cromwell. 

The character and blessedness of the righteous represented: 
in a sermon on the death of William Cromwell, July 9, 1772. 
To which are added the speech delivered at his interment with 
a brief account of the Cromwell family from about the year of 
our Lord 1000 ... by Thomas Gibbons, d. d. London, J. Buck- 
land, 1773. 

61 p. 19i°™. (Hazard pam. v. 29 no. 4) 

823 Memoirs of the protectorate-house of Cromwell ; deduced 

from an early period, and continued down to the present time: 
collected chiefly from original papers and records: with proofs 
and illustrations; together with an appendix . . . By Mark 
Noble . . . Birmingham, Printed Pearson and Rollason, sold by 
R. Baldwin [etc.] London, 1784. 

2 V. fronts. 22"°'. 

Date of publication on t.-p. of v. 1 is printed mdccxxxliv. 

Title of V. 2 reads: Memoirs of several persons and families, who by females 
are allied to, or descended from, the protectorate-house of Cromwell ... to 
which is added, a catalogue of such persons who were raised to honors or great 
employments by the Cromwells; with the lives of many of them , . . 

DA427.N76 

S-17871 

824 Memoirs of the Protector, Oliver Cromwell, and of his sons, 

Richard and Henry. Illustrated by original letters, and other 
family papers. By Oliver Cromwell, esq., a descendant of the 
family. With portraits from original pictures. 2ded. London, 
Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1821. 

3 V, 6 port. (incl. fronts.) 21i'''°. 

DA426.C932 

4-2242 

825 The house of Cromwell and the story of Dunkirk; a genea- 
logical history of the descendants of the Protector, with anec- 
dotes and letters. By James Waylen. Boston, J. G. Cupples 
CO. [189-] 

vii, 389, [2] p. illus., plates (partly fold.) ports., maps, chart. 26"™. 
Published 1891, 1892, or 1893. 
English edition, 1880. 

DA427.W36 
3-16200 



170 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Cromwell — Continued. 

826 The house of Cromwell, a genealogical history of the family 

and descendants of the Protector. By James Waylen . . . New 
ed., rev. by John Gabriel Cromwell . . . London, E. Stock, 1897. 

xii, 286 p. 25°"^. 

DA427.W36 

1-19107 

See also Chenoweth. CS71.C619 1894 

Williams. cs7i.W72 1897 

Cropper. See also Backhouse. CS439.B18 

827 Crosby. 

A Crosby family. Josiah Crosby, Sarah Fitch . . . and their 
descendants by their grandson, Nathan Crosby . . . Lowell, 
Mass., Stone, Huse & co., book and job printers, 1877. 

1 p. 1., 143 p. front, (ports.) 24i<'»». 

CS71.C96 1877 

9-8309t 

Crow. See also Crowell. CS71.C953 1903 

828 Crowell. 

John Crowe and his descendants, a genealogy. New York, 
T. Y. Crowell & co., 1903. 
109 p. 1 pi., 2 facsim. 24i<=™. 

"This work waa begun by Capt. Levi Crowell . . . and his records have been 
used aa the basis, being supplemented by those of the late Henry G. Crowell." — 
Pref. 

CS71.C953 1903 
3-28567 

Crowninshield. See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 

829 Culbertson. 

Genealogy of the Culbertson and Culberson families . . . By 
Lewis R. Culbertson . . . Zanesville, O., The Courier company, 
printers, publishers and binders, 1893. 

vii, 336 p. 23i""». 

CS71.C967 1893 

»-«488 

829a Supplement to the Culbertson genealogy. By Lewis R. 

Culbertson . . . Cincinnati, The Cincinnati Lancet-clinic, 1896. 
1 p. 1., 38 p. 23i°™. 

CS71.C967 1896 
9-«489 

830 Culcheth. 

Genealogies of the families of Culcheth, of Culcheth; and 
Risley, of Risley; both in the county of Lancaster. Comp. from 
the ancient charters of those families; from the herald's Visita- 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 171 

830 Culcheth — Continued. 

tions ; and from the parish registers, at Winwick and Newchurch. 
By J. Paul Rylands . . . London, Priv. print., 1876. 

12 p. illufl. (coats of axms) 28i°"». 

CS439.C86 

9-18145t 

Gulp. See Kulp. 
Culver. See Colver. 
Cumming. See Cummings. 

831 Cummings. 

Isaac Cummings, of Topsfield, Mass., and some of his descend- 
ants . . . Topsfield, Mass., Topsfield historical society, 1899. 

cover-title, 39 p. 2 pi., front, (port.) 23"™. 

"Arranged from data collected by Miss Marietta Clark, Mrs. Abbie W. Towne, 
W. F. Cummings, and George Francis Dow." 

CS71.C971 1890 

1-238 

832 The Cummings memorial, a genealogical history of the 

descendants of Isaac Cummings, an early settler of Topsfield, 
Massachusetts. Comp. by Rev. George Mooar. New York, 
B. F. Cummings, 1903. 

1 p. 1., iii, 532 p. 24"". 

CS71.C971 1903 
3-26622 

833 Cummings genealogy. Isaac Cummings, 1601-1677 of 

Ipswich in 1638 and some of his descendants . . . Comp. and 
published by Albert Oren Cummins . . . Montpelier, Vt., Argus 
and patriot printing house, 1904. 

xviii, 643 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 23J"". 

CS71.C971 1904 

4-36677 

834 Table of the descendants of William Cumming of Frederick 

County, Maryland, comp. and arranged by Montgomery Cum- 
ming. Washington, 1905. 

geneal. tab. 74J x 119"™. 

CS71.C971 1906 

5-36475 

See also Bruce. DA768.3.B87 

Habersham. CS71.H114 1901 

835 Cunnabell. 

Genealogical memoir of the Cunnabell, Conable or Connable 
family, John Cunnabell of London, England, and Boston, Massa- 
chusetts, and his descendants. 1650-1886. By Edwards J. 
Connable . . . and John B. Newcomb . . . Jackson, Mich., Daily 
citizen book printing house, 1886. 

2 p. 1., 183 p. front., maps, tab. 234°™. 

CS71.C973 1886 

1-27658 



172 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

836 Cunningham. 

Andrew Cunningham of Boston and some of his descendants. 
A brief genealogy by Henry Winchester Cunningham . . . Bos- 
ton, 1901. 

16 p. 24^°'". 

"From the New-England historical and genealogical register, vol. lv." 

" 200 copies reprinted, no. 79.' '- 

CS71.C974 1901 

5-445 

See also Van Meter. r225.V26 



Cunreds. See Conrad. 

837 Curtis. 

Thomas Curtis [of] Wethersfield, Connecticut. New York 
[1899] 
geneal, tab. 22 x 60"™. 
Comp. by Charles Boyd Curtis. 

CS71.C98 1898 

3-30935 

838 A genealogy of the Curtiss family; being a record of the 

descendants of widow Elizabeth Curtiss, who settled in Strat- 
ford, Conn., 1639-40, by Frederic Haines Curtiss . . . Boston, 
Rockwell and Churchill press, 1903. 

xxxi, 252 p. front, (fold, facsim.) 2 maps. 29"™. 
Title vignette (coat of arms) 

CS71.C98 1903 

5-12554 

839 . . . The family of Henry Curtis of Sudbury, Mass. By 

Henry Ernest Woods, a. m. [Boston, 1907] 

8 p. 23^"™. 

Caption title. 

Specimen of the Register plan for arranging genealogies. 

CS71.C98 1907 

CA 8-1926 

840 The family of Henry Curtis of Sudbury, Mass. By Henry 

Ernest Woods, a. m. Boston, New England historic genealogical 
society, 1907. 

10 p. 25"™. (Register reprints, series A, no. 20) 

"Reprinted from the New England historical and genealogical register for July, 
1907." 

CS71.C98 1907a 

7-23776 

Curtiss. See Curtis. 

841 Curwen. 

Pedigree of Curwen. [Boston, 1856] 
geneal. tab. 27i x 31""°. 
By George Rea Curwen. 

0S71.C982 1866 
>-17836 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 173 

Curwen — Continued . 

842 The Corwin genealogy (Curwin, Curwen, Corwine) in the 

United. States. By Edward Tanjore Corwin . . . New- York, 
S. W. Green, printer, 1872. 

xxxii p., 1 1., 284 p. pi., ports. 23^"°'. 

CS71.C982 1872 

9-8339t 

843 The parentage of Matthias Corwin, of Southold, L. I., and 

his relationship to George Corwin, of Salem, Mass. By Henry 
F. Waters. Salem, Essex institute, 1881. 

19 p. 25='°. 

From Hietorical collections of Essex institute, vol. 17. 

CS71.C982 1881 

5-18370 

See also Giles. CS71.G472 1864 



844 Gushing. 

The genealogy of the Gushing family. By Lemuel Gushing 
. . . Montreal, Lovell printing and publishing company, 1877. 
104, xiii p. 20^"". 
Title vignette: coat of arms (col.) 

CS71.C986 1877 

»-S312t 

845 The genealogy of the Gushing family, an account of the 

ancestors and descendants of Matthew Gushing, who came to 
America in 1638. By James S. Gushing. Montreal, The Per- 
rault printing co., 1905. 

598, Ixx p. front, (coat of arms in color) illus. (coata of arms) pi., ports. 20"™. 

CS71.C986 1906 

6-32460 

845a . . . Three Wisconsin Cushings; a sketch of the lives of 

Howard B., Alonzo H. and William B. Gushing, children of a 
pioneer family of Waukesha County, by Theron Wilber Haight 
[Madison] Wisconsin history commission, 1910. 
xiv, 109 p. front., ports., facsims. 23i'"". (Wisconsin history commission: 
Original papers, no. 3) 

"Twenty-five hundred copies printed."- 

F676.W62 vol. 3 

10—11480 

846 Cushman. 

A historical and biographical genealogy of the Gushmans : the 
descendants of Robert Cushman, the Puritan, from the year 
1617 to 1855 ... By Henry Wyles Cushman. Boston, Little, 
Brown and company, 1855. 

xiii, [9]-665, [1] p. front., ports. 24J<'°». 

0S71.C986 186» 

8-«313t 



174 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Cushman — Continued. 

847 The proceedings at the Cushman celebration, at Plymouth, 

August 15, 1855, in commemoration of the embarkation of the 
Plymouth pilgrims from Southampton, England; together with 
an account of the services at the grave of Elder Thomas Cush- 
man, August 16, 1855. Boston, J. M. Hewes, printer, 1855. 

viii p., 1 1., [3]-76 p. 23i«'". 

Prepared for publication by Nathaniel B. Shurtleff and Henry W. Cushman. 

CS71.C986 1866a 

9-9752t 

847a Oust. 

Records of the Cust family of Pinchbeck, Stamford, and 
Belton in Lincolnshire. 1479-1700. Comp. by Lady EHzabeth 
Cust. London, Mitchell &Hughes, 1898. 

viii p., 11., 520 p. illus., plates (coats of arms) facsims. 29§'"". 

CS439.C9 

1-18081 

848 Cuthbert. 

The Cuthberts, barons of Castle Hill, and their descendants in 
South Carolina and Georgia; by J. G. B. Bulloch ... [n. p.] 1908. 
100 p. pi. 23i«"». 

CS71.C988 1908 

8-15707 

See also HaheTshsLin.. CS71.H114 I90l 



849 Cutler. 

A Cutler memorial and genealogical history, containing the 
names of a large proportion of the Cutlers in the United States 
and Canada, and a record of many individual members of the 
family, with an account also of other families allied to the Cutlers 
by marriage. Comp. by Nahum S. Cutler . . . Greenfield, 
Mass., Press of E. A. Hall & co., 1889. 

4 p. 1., [9]-665 p. front., ports. 23^"'°. 

CS71.C989 1889 

9-«315t 

849a Cutler genealogy. 1606-1897. By Ephraim Mower . . . 

[n. p.] 1897. 
20 p. fold, geneal. tab. 24i«™. 
Caption title. 

CS71.C989 1897 

9-8314t 

— See also Douglas. CS71.D734 1879 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 175 

850 Cutter. 

A history of the Cutter family of New England. The com- 
pilation of the late Dr. Benjamin Cutter . . . Rev. and enl. by 
William Richard Cutter . . . Boston, Printed by D. Clapp & 
son, 1871. 

xi, 363, [1] p. front., illus., ports. 23i'''". 



0S71.C99 1871 



9-8490 



Supplement. 1871-1875. Boston, Printed by D. 

Clapp & son, 1875. 

[365]-432 p. illus. 23^"°. [With hia History of the Cutter family of New 



England. 1871. Copy 2] 

9-8491 



CS71.C99 1871 copy 2 



851 Cutts. 

Genealogy of the Cutts family in America. Comp. by Cecil 
Hampden Cutts Howard . . . Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 
1892. 

658 p. front., pi., ports., &ceim. 21J x ISi"". 

CS71.C991 1892 

9-9754t 

852 Dabney. 

Sketch of the Dabneys of Virginia, with some of their family 
records. Collected and arranged by William H. Dabney . . . 
Chicago, Press of S. D. Childs & co., 1888. 

197, [9] p. incl. front, (port.) 26°°'. 

Frontispiece is a mounted photograph. 

0S71.D114 1888 

9-8508t 

Dade. See also Glassell. F225.H41 
Daggett. See Doggett. 

Daingerfield. See also Willis. CS71.W73 1898 

Daland. See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 

853 Dallas. 

Dallas, of Cantray and Saint Martin's, Scotland. Dallas — 
Yorke, Walmsgate, county Lincoln, England, representing 
Dallas, of that ilk, and Cantray and Saint Martin's. Dallas, of 
Philadelphia, state of Pennsylvania, United States of North 
America, representing the American family, founded by Alex- 
ander James, son of Robert, [n. p., 1877] 

19 p. 2P'°. 

By Alexander James Dallas. 

CS71.D146 1877 

9-8507t 



176 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

854 Dairy mple. 

The name of Dalrymple: with the genealogy of one branch 
of the family in the United States. By W. H. Dalrymple. 
Haverhill, Mass., Printed by the author, 1878. 

56 p. lei""". 

CS71.D151 1878 

3-54 

855 Dalton. 

The Dalton and Batcheller pedigree. Communicated to the 
N. E. historical and genealogical register for October, 1873, by 
William H. Whitmore, a. m. . . . [Boston, 1873] 

6 p. 24^'=°'. 
Caption title. 

CS71.D162 1873 

9-8506t 

856 Damon. 

Damon memorial; or, Notices of three Damon families, who 
came from old England to New England in the xviith century. 
By Samuel Chenery Damon . . . Honolulu, H. I., 1882. 

xii, 148, [4] p. incl. front, (port.) illus., coats of arms. 21^°™. 

Contains also brief genealogies of allied families. 

"Sources of information": p. 7. 

CS71.D163 1882 

4-8086 

857 Damon memorial. To the descendants of eleven Damon 

families, who were children of Samuel Damon, who came from 
Scituate, Massachusetts, to Springfield, Vermont, in 1793, this 
volume is most affectionately dedicated. By Brazil Monroe 
Damon. Ypsilanti, Mich., 1897. 

60 p. front., illus., plates. 29"™. 

CS71.D163 1897 

4-22354 

858 Dana. 

Memoranda of some of the descendants of Richard Dana. 
Comp. by Rev. John Jay Dana . . . Boston, Printed by W. H. 
Chandler & co., 1865. 

64 p. 25"™. 



CS71.D17 1866 



9-8505t 



See also Hyde. CS71.H993 1904 

Van Rensselaer. CS69.S7 

Dandridge. See also Junkin. CS71.J95 1908 

Pocahontas. CS71.E.747 1887 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 177 

859 Dane. 

A declaration of remarkable providences in the course of my 
life. By John Dane of Ipswich. 1682. To which is added a 
pedigree of the Dane family, and a few notes. By a member of 
the New England historic-genealogical society [John Ward 
Dean] . . . Boston, S. G. Drake, 1854. 

16 p. geneal. tab. 22^°™. 

Prepared for the New Eng. hist, and geneal. raster. 

CS71.D176 1854 

9-8504t 

Danford. See also Sabin 0S7l.sii6 1004 

860 Danforth. 

Report of the 5th-6th meeting of the Danforth family in 
America . . . 1886, 1893. Boston, G. E. Littlefield, 1886-1893. 
2 V. 23"'°. 
Descendants of Nicholas Danforth, 1589-1638. 

CS71.D18 1886-1803 

9-8497t 

861 Danforth genealogy. Nicholas Danforth, of Framling- 

ham, England, and Cambridge, N. E. (1589-1638) and William 
Danforth, of Newbury, Mass. (1640-1721) and their descend- 
ants. Comp. by John Joseph May . . . Boston, C. H. Pope, 
1902. 

xvi, 476 p. front., pi., port., facsim. 24°™. 

CS71.D18 1002 

3-5660 

See also Jones. CS71.J76 1804 



862 Daniels. 

The Daniell family. A genealogy of Robert Daniell and some 
of his descendants. By Moses Grant Daniell, a. m. . . . Boston, 
Printed for private distribution [Press of D. Clapp & son] 1874. 

iv, [5]-19, [1] p. 25^"". 

"One hundred copies." 

"Reprinted from the New-England historical and genealogical register for 
April, 1874, with preface and appendix." 

CS71.D186 1874 

9-8496t 

863 Notes on a Franklin branch of the Daniell, or Daniels 

family. By Geo. F. Daniels. Oxford, Mass., 1897. 

62 p. ig*"". 

CS71.D186 1807 

5-6448 

See aho Glassell. F225.H41 

Montague. CS71.M750 1886 

Saunders. CS71.S256 1807 

35819°— 10 12 



178 LIBEARY OF CONGRESS 

864 Dantzler. 

A genealogical record of the Dantzler family, from 1739 to the 
present time. By Rev. D. D. Dantzler. Orangeburg, S. C, 
R. L. Berry, 1899. 
52 p. 22« . 

CS71.D196 1899 
Dec. 14, 99-16 

865 Darling. 

Memorial to my honored kindred, by Charles W. Darling. 
Utica, N. Y. [Press of Fierstine & Gifford] 1888. 

109, [2] p. front., pi., ports., facsim., geneal. tab. 26"™. 

" For private distribution." 

Added t.-p.: In memoriam. Rev. Charles Chauncey Darling, his wife 
Adeline Eliza Darling, their son Elisha Colt Darling. A tribute of affection. 

CS71.D22 1888 

9-8502t 

866 A portion of the Darling genealogy. [By] John Henry 

Darling . . . Duluth, Minn., 1892. 

blue-print geneal. tab. 19 x 28°". 

CS71.D22 1892 

4-24204 

See also Clark. CS71.C6 1896 

867 Darlington. 

Sesqui-centennial gathering of the clan Darlington: at the 
residence of Brinton Darlington, in East Bradford, Chester 
County, Pennsylvania, on the 20th of August, 1853 . . . [Lan- 
caster, Pa., E. C. Darlington] 1853. 

52 p. geneal. tab. 22°°'. 

Ed. by Edward C. Darlington. 

Printed by request of the tribe. 

"Appendix: exhibiting a classified list of the descendants (as far as ascer- 
tained) of Abraham Darlington and Elizabeth Hillborn": p. 24-52. 

CS71.D221 1863 

3-3833 

868 Genealogy of the Darlington family. A record of the 

descendants of Abraham Darlington of Birmingham, Chester Co., 
Penna., and of some other families of the name; comp. and ed. 
by Gilbert Cope. Printed by the committee for the family. 
West Chester, Pa. [New York, Press of the Manufacturers' and 
publishers' printing company] 1900. 
693 p. 1 pi. 24|<"»». 
Imprint covered by label of Joel Munsell's eons, Albany, N. Y. 

CS71.D221 1900 

2-24598 

Darrow. See also Blackman. CS71.B639 1894 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 179 

869 Dart. 

Dart genealogy. By William C. Sharpe . . . Seymour, Comi., 
Record steam print, 1888. 
16 p. 21 ""'. 
Deecendante of Richard Dart, d. 1724. 

CS71.D226 1888 

»-8503t 

870 Dary. 

Lewis Dary of Norton, Massachusetts, and some of his descend- 
ants. By George Allen Dary. [Boston] Priv. print. [D. Clapp 
& son] 1903. 

25 p. 25""'. 

CS71.D229 1903 

4-27259 

871 Davenport. 

A history and genealogy of the Davenport family, in England 
and America, from A. d. 1086 to 1850 . . . By A. Benedict 
Davenport, (of the twenty-fourth generation) . . . New York, 
S. W. Benedict, 1851. 

vii p., 1 1., [ll]-398 p. front, (port.) plates. 19i""». 

Comp. and prepared from Ormerod's History of the county of Chester; col- 
lections from the Harleian mas.; parochial and town records in England and 
America, etc., etc. 

CS71.D247 1861 

9-8495T 

872 A supplement to The history and genealogy of the Daven- 
port family, in England and America, from a. d. 1086-1850 . . . 
Pub. in 1851; and continued to 1876. By Amzi Benedict 
Davenport, (of the twenty-fourth generation.) . . . Stamford, 
Conn., Printed for the family [W. W. Gillespie & co., steam 
printers] 1876. 

2p. 1., xivp., 21., [19]-432, [2]p. front., plates, phot., ports. 20<"». 

Comp. and prepared from Ormerod's History of the county of Chester; collec- 
tions from the Harleian mss.; State paper office, London; parochial and town 
records; local histories in England and America, etc., etc. 

CS71.D247 1876 

»-8494t 

David. See also Davis. 

873 Davidson. 

The Davidson family, [n. p., 188-?] 
41. 25i<"». 
Caption title. 



6-20514 



CS71.D252 188- 



See also Alexander. F264.H8A3 

Davison. 



180 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

874 Davis. 

The Davis family record. Ed. by Chas. H. S. Davis, m. d. A 
monthly journal devoted to the history and genealogy of the 
Davis family, v. 1, no. 1, 4-8. Meriden, Conn, [Neo Eboro- 
copoli, typis "Guttenberg press"! 1867-68. 

6 no. in 1 v. 23^"™. 

No. 5. A history of the Davis family, of Maryland. By Rev. Thomas J. 
Davis . . . No. 6. The Davises of Acton, Mass. [Communicated by Miss Caro- 
line Whitwell . . .] No. 7-8. The Davises of Guilford, Conn. [Communicated 
by Dr. Alvan Talcott] 

No. 2 and 3 out of print. 

CS71.D26 1867-1868 

CA 9-2570 

875 Dolor Davis ; a sketch of his life with a record of his earlier 

descendants, by Horace Davis. [Cambridge, The Riverside 
press] 1881. 

46, [2] p. 22i<"°. 

Printed for private distribution. 

"Sources of information," p. [30] 

Appended: Dolor Davis. Additions and corrections. 1897. 2 p. 

CS71.D26 1881 

5-14690 

876 Samuel Davis, of Oxford, IMass., and Joseph Davis, of Dud- 
ley, Mass., and their descendants . . . [By] George L. Davis, 
compiler and publisher. North Andover, Mass., G. L. Davis, 
1884. 

vii, [1], 610 p. 24°"». 

Editor's preface signed: Geoi^e F. Daniels. 

CS71.D26 1884 

»-8501t 

877 History of the Davis family. Being an account of the 

descendants of John Davis, a native of England, who died in 
East Hampton, Long Island, in 1705. With notices of . . . fam- 
ilies connected . . . Brought down to 1886-7. By Albert H. Davis. 
New York, T. A. Wright, 1888. 

1 p. 1., 197 p., 1 1. front., pi., port. 23i'"°. 

CS71.D26 1888 
1-1820S 

878 A sketch of the military career of Captain John Daves of 

the North Carolina continental line of the army of the revolution; 
together with some facts of local and family history; by his 
grandson, Major Graham Daves . . . Baltimore, Press of the 
Friedenwald co., 1892. 

16 p. front, (port.) 23i«°. 

E263.N6D18 
*-26191t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 181 

Davis — Continued . 

879 Davies memoir; a genealogical and biographical monograph 

on the family and descendants of John Davies of Litchfield, Con- 
necticut. By Henry Eugene Davies. [n. p.] Priv. print., 1895. 

1 p. 1., 138 p. pi. 28 X 23''"'. 

CS71.D26 1806 

9-8500t 

880 Ancestry of John Davis, governor and U. S. senator and 

Eliza Bancroft, his wife, both of Worcester, Massachusetts. 
Comp. by Horace Davis. San Francisco, Cal., 1897. 

94 p. front., illiie., ports., charts. 24"™. 

CS71.D26 1897 

9-8499t 

881 Side lights of Maryland history : the Davis family and coat 

of arms, n^ashington, Press of W. F. Roberts co., 1904 ?] 

13 p. front, (coat of arms) 24=". 

"Reprinted from the Baltimore Sun of July 17, 1904." 

Comp. by Mrs. Hester Dorsey Richardson. 

CS71.D26 1904 

a-36843t 

882 — — Ancestral chart. Davis [family] [Boston, 1905] 

blue print. 76J x 95^"°' fold, to 38^ x 22<'">. 

The ancestry and descendants of William Davis, jr. of Roxbury and Boston, 
1801-1865. By Joseph Gardner Bartlett. 

CS71.D26 1906 

CA 5-2422 

883 Genealogy of Jefferson Davis ; address delivered October 9, 

1908, before Lee camp, no. i. Confederate veterans, Ricluaond, 
Va. by William H. Whitsitt . . . [Richmond, Everett Waddy co., 
printers] 1908. 

cover-title, 16 p. 230™. 

E467.1.D26W6 

^2125 

884 Three generations of Northboro Davises 1781-1894, by John 

Davis Estabrook . . . Westboro, Mass., Printed by the Chrono- 
type printing company, 1908. 

2 p. 1., 84 p. illuB. (incl. ports., facsim.) 23""'. 



CS71.D26 1908 



»-16908 



See also Barrett. P74.C8P8 

Clark. CS71.C6 1906a 

Corliss. CS71.C8 1876 

Habersham. cs71.hii4 1901 

Stretcher. F163.S46 

Weitzel. 0S71.W434 1883 



182 LIBRAE Y OF CONGRESS 

885 Davison. 

Genealogy of the Davison family. Part first. Descendants of 
Nicholas Davison, for the first, second and third generations. 
Written by Gideon M. Davison . . . Rock Rapids, la., A. H. 
Davison, 1887. 

8 p. 20''°». 

CS71.D261 1887 

9-8498t 

886 Dawes. 

William Dawes, and his ride with Paul Revere. An essay read 
before the New England historic genealogical society on June 7, 
A. D. 1876; to which is appended a genealogy of the Dawes 
family. By Henry W. Holland . . . Boston, J. Wilson and son 
[printers] 1878. 

[iii]-viii, 128 p. pi. (2 mounted views) 17 port. (incl. front.) fold, geneal. tab. 
22 X IS^""*. 

One hundred copies privately printed for the author. 
"Arms of Dawes" on t.-p. 

CS71.D269 1878 

9-9375t 

887 Dawson. 

A collection of family records, with biographical sketches and 
other memoranda of various families and individuals bearing the 
name Dawson, or allied to families of that name. Comp. by 
Charles C. Dawson . . . Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell, 1874. 

viii, 572 p. front., pi., ports. 24^""". 

CS71.D272 1874 

ft-9373t 

888 A record of the descendants of Robert Dawson, of East 

Haven, Conn., including Barnes, Bates, Beecher, Bissell, Cala- 
way . . . and numerous other families, with many biographical 
and genealogical notes concerning the same. Comp. by Charles 
C. Dawson . . . Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell, 1874. 

2 p. 1., 115 p. front., ports. 23i«'°. 

The following record forms part of his ' ' Collection of family records ..." 1874. 

CS71.D272 1874a 

9-9374t 

889 Day. 

A genealogical register of the descendants in the male line of 
Robert Day, of Hartford, Conn., who died in the year 1648. 
New Haven, Printed by W. Storer, jun., 1840. 

iv, [5]-44 p. 23«"'. 

Comp. by George Edward Day. 

CS71.D273 1840 
9-9372t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 183 

Day — Continued. 

890 A genealogical register of the descendants in the male line 

of Robert Day, of Hartford, Conn., who died in the year 1648. 
2d ed. Northampton, Printed by J. & L. Metcalf, 1848. 

129 p. 23""". 

Preface signed: George E. Day. 

CS71.D273 1848 

9-9371t 

891 Confirmation of arms to Richard Day, m. d., Robert Day, 

and Rev. William Tottenham Day, m. a., 1875. [London? 1875] 

1 1. illufl. (coat of arms) 28^""'. 
Signed: J. Bernard Burke. 

CS439.D3 

9-18144t 

892 The descendants of Anthony Day of Gloucester, Mass., 

1645, by John Alphonso Day. Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 
1902. 

11 p. 23"-. 

CS71.D273 1902 

2-25790 

See also Loomis. CS71.L863 1880 



893 Dayton. 

Genealogical story (Dayton and Tomlinson) told by Laura 
Dayton Fessenden. Cooperstown, N. Y., Crist, Scott & Par- 
shall, 1902. 

5 p. 1., 220 p. front., pi., port. 2P"'. 

Blank leaves inserted. 

CS71.D276 1003 

2-25437 

894 Deacon. 

The descent of the family of Deacon of Elstowe and London, 
with some genealogical, biographical and topographical notes, 
and sketches of allied families including Reynes of Clifton, and 
Meres of Kirton. By Edward Deacon . . . Bridgeport, Conn., 
1898. 

3 p. 1., [xi]-xxvi, 394 p. incl. front., illus. plates (incl. coats of arms) ports., 
maps, facsims., geneal. tables. 25^*^™. 
Half-title: Deacon of Elstowe and London, and allied families. 

CS71.D278 1898 

9-9370t 

See also Read. CS71.B284 1007 



895 Dean. 

Brief memoirs of John and Walter Deane, two of the first set- 
tlers of Taunton, Mass., and of the early generations of their 



184 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

895 Dean — Continued. 

descendants . . . By William Reed Deane, assisted by others. 
Boston, Coolidge & Wiley, 1849. 

16 p. front., port., facsim., geneal. tab., coat of arms. 24"™. 

CS71.D28 1849 

3-3814 

896 Pedigree of Deane. Comp. by a member of the New Eng- 
land historic-genealogical society. [Boston, 1855] 

geneal. tab., 23 x 30<"", fold, to 23^ x 15"". 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register, vol. 9, 1855, p. 93. 

CS71.D28 1865 

1-10282 

897 Descendants of Thomas Deane, of Massachusetts and New 

Hampshire. By John Ward Dean . . . Boston, Mass., Priv. 
print. [D. Clapp & son] 1883. 

12 p. 25"'°. 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for July, 1883, with 
additions. 

CS71.D28 1883 

2-12087 

898 Biographical sketch of John G. Deane, and brief mention of 

his connection with the northeastern boundary of Maine . . . also 
memoranda about members of the family, old residents of the 
city of Ellsworth, Maine, etc. Prepared by, and printed for, his 
son, Llewellyn Deane . . . Washington, E.. Beresford, printer, 
1887. 

1 p. 1. 70 p. map. 24«". 

899 Wills of William Deane and William Cogan. Communi- 
cated by William Dean, esq., of London, England. [Boston, 
1897] 

4 p. 24««>. 
Caption title. 

"Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for Oct., 1897." • 

CS439.D4 

5-27496 

900 Genealogy of Isaac Dean of Grafton, N. H., fourth in 

descent from John Dean of Taunton ; ed. by Josiah H. Drummond 

and published by George W. Dean. Portland, Smith & Sale, 

printers, 1902. 

36 p. 240°'. 

CS71.D28 1902 

2-17692 

901 Genealogy of the Dean family descended from Ezra Dean, 

of Plainfield, Conn, and Cranston, E. I., preceded by a reprint of 
the article on James and Walter Dean, of Taunton, Mass., and 
early generations of their descendants, found in volimie 3, New 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 185 

901 Dean — Continued. 

England historical and genealogical register, 1849. Comp. by 
Arthur D. Dean . . . Scranton, Pa., Printed for the author by 
F. H. Gerlock & co., 1903. 
vi, 149 p. pi,, ports. 240™. 

CS71.D28 1903 

3-24614 

See also Clark. CS71.C6 1006a 

Hill. CS71.H647 1907 

Spooner. CS71.S763 1883 

Strowbridge. CS71.S926 I90l 

Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

902 Dearborn. 

The Dearborns; a discourse commemorative of the eightieth 
anniversary of the occupation of Fort Dearborn, and the first 
settlement at Chicago ; read before the Chicago historical society, 
Tuesday, Dec. 18, 1883, by Daniel Goodwin, jr. With remarks 
of Hons. John Wentworth, J. Young Scammon, E. B. Wash- 
burne, and I. N. Arnold. Chicago, Fergus printing company, 
1884. 

6 p. 1., [7]-56 p. front., ports. 23"'°. {Added t.-p.: Chicago historical 
society's proceedings . . . ) 

CS71.D285 1884 

ft-9369t 

903 The Dearborns of Hampton, N. H. Descendants of God- 
frey Dearborn of Exeter and Hampton. From History of Hamp- 
ton, N. H., by Joseph Dow. Salem, Mass., The Salem press pub- 
lishing and printing co., 1893. 

16 p. pi. 24i''». 

CS71.D286 1893 

9-9368t 

De Beelen. See also Gazzam. cs7i.a29i 1894 

De Benneville. See also Keim. CS71.K27 1899- 

903a De Bohun. 

Notes on the architecture and history of Caldicot castle, Mon- 
mouthshire, by Octavius Morgan, esq. and Thomas Wake- 
man, esq. Newport [Monmouthshire, Eng.] Printed for the 
Caerleon antiquarian association, by H. Mullock [pref. 1854.] 
45 p. front, (plan) 12 plates, geneal. tab. 28""". 
Genealogy of the De Bohun family, p. 8-15. 

DA690.C16M8 

2-29228 

De Boteville. See Botfield 



186 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

904 De Camp. 

De Camp genealogy. Laurent De Camp, of New Utrecht, 
N. Y., 1664, and his descendants. Comp. by George Austm 
Morrison. Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 1900. 

77 p. 3P™. 

CS71.D29 1900 

1-10279 

De Carpentier. See Carpentier. 

905 Dee. 

A genealogical account of some of the families derived from 

Bedo Dee, {In The history of Merchant-taylor's school . . . 

By the Rev. H. B. Wilson . . . London, 1814. 28«'". p. 1165- 

1176) 

Lr796.M6W6 

De Eskelby. See Exelby. 

906 De Forest. 

The De Forests of Avesnes (and of New Netherland) a Hugue- 
not thread in American colonial history, 1494 to the present time, 
with 3 heraldic illustrations. By John William De Forest. New 
Haven, Conn., The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor co., 1900. 

xviii p., 1 1., 288 p. front., pi. (partly col.) 21''"». 

CS71.D315 1900 
Feb. 21, 1901-54 

De Qraaf. See also Repalje. CS69.H7 

De Groot. See also Robinson. cs71.b,66 1894 

907 De Haven. 

History of the De Haven family, by Howard De Haven Ross 
. . . Privately printed and illustrated. Philadelphia, Press of 
Smith & Salmon, 1894. 

27, [2] p. front., plates, port., fold, geneal. tab. 18<"°. 
Descendants of Peter De Haven, 1686-1768. 

CS71.D322 1894 
fr-9367t 

De Hennezel. See Henzey. 

De Kruyft. See also Lawson. CS71.L425 1903 

908 Delamater. 

Genealogy of descendants of Claude Le Maitre (Delamater.) 
Who came from France via Holland and settled at New Nether- 
lands, now New York, in 1652 ... By La Fayette De La Mater. 
Albany, J. Munsell's sons, 1882. 

16 p., 1 1., [17]-229 p. 23^°™. 

OS71.D336 1882 
9-Q366t 

De Lancey. See also Repalje. cs69.H7 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 187 

909 Delano. 

The genealogy, history, and alliances of the American house 
of Delano, 1621 to 1899, comp. by Major Joel Andrew Delano, 
with the history and heraldry of the maison de Franchimont 
and de Lannoy to Delano, 1096 to 1621, and the royal ancestry 
of Lannoy from Guelph, prince of the Scyrri, to Philippe de 
Lannoy, 476 a. d. to 1621 , . . arranged by M. Delano de Lan- 
noy . . . New York, 1899. 

2 p. 1., 561 p. col. front., plates, fold, geneal. tab. 25<"°. 

CS71.D337 1809 

Jan. 18, 1900-36 

Delany. See Delaney. 

Delaplaine. See also Hyder. CS71.H994 1909 

910 Delves. 

Records of an old Cheshire family; a history of the lords of 
the manors of Delves near Uttoxeter in the county of Stafford 
& Doddington in the county of Chester, by Sir Delves L. Brough- 
ton, bart. . . . London, A. Fairbairns & company, limited, 1908. 

xvi, 109, [1] p. front., illus., plates, ports., maps, plans, facsim., mounted 
col. coats of arms. 29J'"°. 

Title vignette (coat of arms) 

"Of this edition 110 copies have been printed, of which 50 only are for sale. 
This is no. 69." 

"Pedigree of Broughton of Broughton": p. 95. 

The greater part of the book has been taken from Sir William Dugdale's 
"Delvesiana." cf. Foreword. 

CS439.D45 
ft-27940 

Dexnere. See also Habersham. CS71.H114 I90l 



911 Deming. 

Genealogy of the descendants of John Deming of Wethers- 
field, Connecticut, with historical notes. Comp. and ed. by 
Judson Keith Deming . . . Dubuque, la., Press of Mathis-Mets 
CO., 1904. 

viii, 694 p. front., plates, ports. 24""". 
"First edition, limited to 300 copies." 

CS71.D381 1904 
6-26564 

912 Denison. 

A record of the descendants of Capt. George Denison, of 
Stonington, Conn. With notices of his father and brothers, and 
some account of other Denisons who settled in America in the 
colony times. Prepared by John Denison Baldwin and William 
Clift. Worcester, Printed by Tyler & Seagrave. 1881. 

423, [1] p. ports. 24«'°. 

CS71.D396 1881 

9-9365t 



188 LIBBARY OF CONGRESS 

Denison — Continued. 

913 —Denison memorial: Ipswich, Mass., September 20, 1882, 

two hundredth anniversary of the death of Major-General Daniel 

Denison. Biographical sketch, by Prof. D. D. Slade. Historical 

sketch, by Augustine Caldwell. [Ipswich] Printed by the request 

of the Denison memorial committee [1882] 

52 p. 23^0"'. 

F74.I6D3 

1-11448 

914 A record of the descendants of Samuel Denison, late of 

Floyd, Oneida Co., N. Y., with notices of his ancestry, com- 
mencing with William Denison, who came to America in 1631, 
and settled in Roxbury, Mass. Prepared by George Burlingame 
Denison . . . [New York, «1884] 

72 p. front., ports. IQi""*. 

Largely borrowed from Messrs. Baldwin and Cliffs Genealogy of the Denison 
family. 

CS71.D396 1884 

9-9364t 

916 Descendants of William Denison in line of Palmer and 

Denison family to children of James and Sarah (Carew) Sheldon, 
[n. p., 1904] 
geneal. tab. 42 x 55^"™. 
Blue-print. 
By Jamea Sheldon, jr. 

CS71.D306 ld04 

5-13230t 

916 The Dennison family of North Yarmouth and Freeport, 

Maine, descended from George Dennison, 1699-1747 of Annis- 
quam, Mass. Abner Dennison and descendants comp. by 
Grace M. Rogers, Freeport, Me. David Dennison and descend- 
ants, with an account of the early Denisons and other data; 
comp. and pub. by A. L. Dennison. Exeter, N. H., The News- 
letter press, 1906. 

148 p. front., 3 pi., 5 port. 33'™. 

CS71.D396 1906 
8-323 

See also Chesebrough. CS71.C624 1903 

Denman. See also Matthew. CS71.M44 1897 

917 Denny. 

Genealogy of the Denny family in England and America, 
descendants of John Denny of Combs, Suffolk, England, in 1439. 
Comp. and pub. by C. C. Denny. Leicester, Mass. [Worcester, 
Press of C. Hamilton] 1886. 

265, [2] p. front., ports., phot. 24"™. 

CS71.D413 1886 

9-9363t 

De Nottbeck. See also Todd. ^ CS71.T634 1867 

Denslow. See also Hodge. CS71.H688 1900 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 189 

918 Denton. 

Denton family notes. Beverley, London, Folkestone and Chi- 
cago. Reprinted from "Yorkshire notes and queries," August, 
1908, Bradford, Yorkshire, England. [Chicago, 111., 1908] 
3 p. 25=»'. 
Comp. by Eugene Fairfield McPike. 

CS71.D416 1908 
»-3047 

919 De Peyster. 

St. Paul's church. Red Hook, Duchess County, New York . . . 
Rose Hill ... De Peyster family ... By "Anchor" (* J. W. de 
P.* [i. €. John Watts De Peyster]) New York, C. H. Ludwig, 
printer, 1881. 

80 p. incl. pi. 23"'°. 

Cover- title: Local memorials relating to the De Peyster and Watts and aflSli- 
ated families, connected with Red Hook Township, Duchess Co., S. N. Y. . . . 

CS71.D410 1881 

»-8509t 

920 John Watts de Peyster, by Frank AUaben . . . New York, 

F. AUaben genealogical company [•=1908] 

2 V. fronts., plates, ports. 20°™. (On cover: AUaben biographical series) 

8-21542 

See also Bringhurst. CS71.B858 looi 



De Priest. See also Richardson. CS71.R62 1006 

De Rapalje. See also Crall. CS71.C889 1008 

921 Derby. 

Derby genealogy: a record of the descendants of John Darby 
of Marblehead, Mass. Ten generations. By Webster D. 
Derby . . . Keene, Darling & co., printers [1903?] 

22 p. ISJ""". 

Reprinted in part from the town history of Westminster, Mass. 

"Additions and corrections," (3 p.) inserted. 

CS71.D428 1903 

5-13209t 

922 Derby genealogy; being a record of the descendants of 

Thomas Derby, of Stow, Massachusetts, by Viola A. Derby 
Bromley. New York, The Grafton press, 1905. 

141 p. plates, ports. 24^"™. 

"Three hundred copies of this book have been printed from type and the type 
distributed." This copy not numbered. 

CS71.D428 1906 

5-32360 



190 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

Derby — Continued. 

923 The Derbys of Salem, Massachusetts. A study of eight- 
eenth century commerce carried on by a family of typical 
New England merchants, by Robert E. Peabody . . . Salem, 
Mass., Essex institute, 1908. 
29 p. front., plates, port. 24^"^". 
Sixty copies reprinted from the Historical collections of the Essex institute, 

vol. XLIV. 

CS71.D428 1008 

9-3510 

See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 



Derby, Earls of. See Stanley. 

De Hie. See also Qustin. CS71.G982 1900 

924 De Eiemer. 

The De Riemer family, a. d. 1640 ( ?)-1903, by Rev. W. E. 
De Riemer . . . New York, Printed by T. A. Wright, 1905. 

47 p. incl. front, (port.) 28^"'". 

"Edition of one hundred copies." 

"Reprint from New York genealogical and bi(^raphical record, with addi- 
tions." 

CS71.D433 1906 

5-10492 

925 De Rosset. 

A group of my ancestral dames of the colonial period. By 
Mrs. Kate de Rosset Meares . . . Goldsboro, Nash bros., printers 
[1901 ?] 

17 p. 23"°'. 

"An historical paper read before the N. C. society of Colonial dames, by Mrs. 
Kate de Rosset Meares, president, March 14, 1901." 

6-453 

Desmond, Earls of. See also Fitzgerald. 

De Thietry. See Tyttery. 

De Treville. See also Habersham. 

Detrick. See also Cooper. 

Detweiler. See also Cassel. 
Hertzler. 
Moyer. 

926 De Veaux. 

Genealogy of the De Veaux family. Introducing the numerous 
forms of spelling the name by various branches and generations 
in the past eleven hundred years. By Thos. F. De Voe . . . 
[New York] 1885. 

1 p. 1., 302 p. illua., map. 22*«°». 

CS71.D489 1886 

9-«531t 

See also Bellinger. CS71.B454 1896 



CS71.D437 


1901 


DA916.3.D4H3 


CS71.H114 


1901 


CS71.C777 


1906 


CS71.C344 


1896 


CS71.H576 


1886 


CS71.M938 


1896 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 191 

927 Devereux. 

Lives and letters of the Devereux, earls of Essex, in the reigns 
of Elizabeth, James i., and Charles i. 1540-1646. By the 
Honorable Walter Bourchier Devereux . . . London, J. Murray, 
1853. 

2 V. illus., 2 pi., 3 port. (incl. fronts.) 21i'=°'. 

DA368.E7D4 

4-35455 

Devonshire, Dukes of. See Cavendish. l)A30l.l.C4G8 

928 Devotion. 

. . . The Devotion family of Brookline. By Susan Vining 
Griggs. [Brookline, Mass., 1898] 

[35]-46 p. 2 pi. 21^'=°'. (Brookline historical publication society. Pub- 
lications [v. 2] no. 14) 

Caption title. 

F74.B9B8 

4-5730 

See also King. CS71.K53 1897a 



929 Dewees. 

The Dewees family; genealogical data, biographical facts 
and historical information collected by Mrs. Philip E. La Mun- 
yan; Ellwood Roberts, editor. Norristown, Pa., W. H. Roberts, 
1905. 

294 p. pi., 24 port. (incl. front.) 23i'"». 

Preface signed: P. E. L. (i. e. Philip E, La Munyan) 

CS71.D616 1906 

6-16612 

930 Dewey. 

Life of George Dewey . . . and Dewey family history . . . 
Life of . . . George Dewey written, and book ed. by Adelbert 
M. Dewey . . . Dewey family history comp. by L. Marinus 
Dewey . . . assisted by William T. Dewey . . . and Orville C. 
Dewey . . . Westfield, Mass., Dewey publishing company, 1898. 

4 p. 1., 5-128, 201-1117 p. front., illus., plates (partly col.), porta., facsim., 
maps, col. coats of arms. 28"™. 

CS71.D519 1898 

Mar. 23, 99-32. 

See also Walbridge. 0S71.W16 1898 

Follett. CS71.F668 1896 

931 Dewing. 

Descendants of Andrew Dewing of Dedham, Mass., with notes 
on some English families of the name. By Benjamin Franklin 
Dewing . . . Boston, Priv. print. [T. R. Marvin & son] 1904. 

viii, [5]-165 p. front., ports. 24^°™. 

CS71.D62 1904 

6-6649 



192 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

932 De Witt. 

The De Witt family of Ulster County, New York. By Thomas 
G. Evans . . . New York, Trow's printing and bookbinding co., 
1886. 

18 p. 24^°"'. 

Reprinted from the New York genealogical and biographical record October, 

1886. 

CS71.D522 1886 

9-8530t 

932a Tjerck Classen De Witt, and some of his descendants. 

Written by Rev. William Walsh. Newburgh, N. Y., 1902. 

[14] p. 23"°'. 

Caption title. 

Detached from the Historical society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands. 

Historical papers, no. ix, p. 37-50. 

CS71.D622 1902 

10-9640 

933 De Wolf. 

Charles D'Wolf of Guadaloupe, his ances*°" and descend*"**. 
Being a complete genealogy of the "Rhode Island D'Wolfs," the 
descend*"'^ of Simon De Wolf, with their common desc®"^* from 
Balthasar de Wolf, of Lyme, Conn. (1668) With a biographical 
introduction and appendices on the Nova Scotian de Wolfs and 
other allied families, with a preface by Bradford Colt de Wolf. 
By Rev. Calbraith B. Perry, d. d. New York, Press of T. A. 
Wright, 1902. 

3 p. 1., [9]-324 p., 1 1. front., illus., pi., port. 24^'"°. 

Title in red and black within red line border. 

CS71.D624 1902 
3-3297 

See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 



934 Dexter. 

Dexter genealogy: being a record of the families descended 
from Rev. Gregory Dexter; with notes and biographical sketches 
of each parent . . . By S. C. Newman . . . Providence, Printed 
by A. C. Greene, 1859. 

108 p. 19^"=™. 

CS71.D527 1859 

3-17713 

935 Dexter genealogy, 1642-1904; being a history of the 

descendants of Richard Dexter of Maiden, Massachusetts, from 
the notes of John Haven Dexter and original researches, by 
Orrando Perry Dexter . . . arranged by Henry L. Mills. New 
York, Press of J. J. Little & co., 1904. 

279 p. col. front, (coat of arms) 20"™. 

CS71.D627 1904 

6-15535 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 193 

Dexter — Continued. 

936 Genealogy of the Dexter family in America; descendants 

of Thomas Dexter, together with the record of other allied fami- 
lies; compiled by William A. Warden . . . Robert L. Dexter . . . 
Worcester, Mass., 1905. 

353 p. front., illus., ports. 23i''". 

CS71.D627 1906 

&-34312 

Dey. See also Treman. CS71.T789 1901 

Dibble. See also Jessop. CS71.J68 1887 

937 Dickerman. 

Families of Dickerman ancestry; descendants of Thomas 
Dickerman, an early settler of Dorchester, Massachusetts. Pre- 
pared and pub. by Edward Dwight Dickerman and George 
Sherwood Dickerman. New Haven, The Tuttle, Morehouse & 
Taylor Press, 1897. 

vii, [1], 650 p., 1 1. geneal. tables. 25'»». 

CS71.D549 1897 

9-8529t 

Dickerson. See also Anderson. CS71.A65 1902 

938 Dickey. 

Genealogy of the Dickey family. By John Dickey. Worces- 
ter, Mass., Press of F. S. Blanchard & co., 1898. 

322 p. front., platee, ports. 23J°'». 

CS71.D55 1898 

9-8528t 

Dickie. See also Chappell. CS71.C467 1900 

939 Dickinson. 

Reunion of the Dickinson family, at Amherst, Mass., August 
8th and 9th, 1883. With appendix. [Binghamton, N. Y.] 
Binghamton publishing company, 1884. 

vii, 206 p. 2 pi., fold, geneal. tab., coat of arms, diagr. 21^°". 

CS71.D663 1884 

9-31064 

940 To the descendants of Thomas Dickinson, son of Nathaniel 

and Anna Gull Dickinson, of Wethersfield, Connecticut, and 
Hadley, Massachusetts. [Chicago, W. D. Grant, stationer and 
printer] 1897. 

144 p. incl. col. pi. (coat of arms) chart. 28°"*. 
Comp. by Frederick Dickinson. 

9-8527t 

See also Lyman. CS71.L986 1866 



CS71.D663 1897 



Dicks. See also Barber. CS71.B24 1890 

Dickson. See Dixon. 

35819°— 10 13 



194 LIBEARY OF CONGRESS 

Dieterly. See also Borneman. CS71.B736 1881 

Dietrich. See also Swope. CS71.S982 1806 

Digby. See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1893 

941 Dighton. 

The Dightons of Clifford Chambers and their descendants ; by 

Conway Dighton. London, E. Stock, 1902. 

4 p. 1., 39, [1] p. front., pi., port. 26J=™. 

CS439.D5 
3-9947 

942 Diller. 

[The Diller family by J. Luther Ringwalt . . . and Dr. David 
Diller . . . Philadelphia, 1877] 
55, [1] p. 25"°'. 
Title-page wanting? 
Descendants of Caspar Diller, b. ca. 1670. 

CS71.D678 1877 

9-15600 

See also Koiner. CS71.K8 1893 



Dillon. See also Jerninghaxu. DA636.J5A2 

943 Diman. 

The genealogy of the Dimond or Dimon family, of Fairfield, 

Conn., together with records of the Dimon or Dymont family 

of East Hampton, Long Island, and of the Dimond family of 

New-Hampshire. By Edwin R. Dimond . . . Albany, N. Y., 

Pub. for the comp. by J. Munsell's sons, 1891. 

179 p. 25°">. 

CS71.D581 1891 

&-8526t 

944 Dinkins. 

Geneological [!] ... The Dinkins and Springs families in 
connection with the Kendrick, Fox, Ball, Alexander, Riddick, 
Smith, Hart and others. By Captain James Dinkins. New 
Orleans [Picayune job print] 1908. 

23, [1] p. ports. 23'='°. 

Cover: 26 i°™. 

Title vignette. 

CS71.D585 1908 

8-11768 

945 Dinsmore. 

A golden wedding and the Dinsmore genealogy, from about 
1620 to 1865. Augusta, Printed at the Maine farmer office, 
1867„ 
24 p. 21J''™. 
Signed: J. Dinsmore. 

The golden wedding was that of Arthur and Patty Dinsmore of Anson, Maine, 
Sept. 10, 1865. 

CS71.D687 1867 
9-8525t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 195 

Dinsmore — Continued. 

846 Some Dinsmore genealogy; being some of the descendants 

of Capt. Abel Dinsmore, one of the earUest settlers of Conway, 
Mass. Comp. by Charles C. Whitney. Printed privately. New 
York, 1896. 

16 p. 24<"". 

CS71.D687 1896 

4-24942 

See also Robinson. cs7i.ii66 looia 

947 Dinwiddle. 

The oflBcial records of Robert Dinwiddle, lieutenant-governor 
of the colony of Virginia, 1751-1758, now first printed from 
the manuscript in the collections of the Virginia historical 
society, with an introduction and notes by R. A. Brock . . . 
Richmond, Va., The Society, 1883-84. 

2 V. front, (port.) map, facsim. 25*™. (Vii^inia historical eociety. Col- 
lections. New ser. v. 3-4) 

Dinwiddie, of Germiston, near Glasgow, Scotland; a partial genealogy. Vol. 
1, p. XXI-XXVIII. 

F221.V82 

1-5714 

948 Genealogical records of the Dinwiddie clan of northwestern 

Indiana. T. H. Ball . . . Crown Point, Ind., J. J. Wheeler, 
printer, 1902. 

120 p. port. 20'"". 

"The material for this book has been gathered almost entirely by Oscar 
Dinwiddie." 

CS71.D588 1902 
3-3173 

949 Diodate. 

Mr. William Diodate (of New Haven from 1717 to 1751) and 
his Italian ancestry, read before the New Haven colony historical 
society, June 28, 1875, by Edward E. Salisbury. Taken from 
the society's archives, by permission, for private circulation, and 
printed, after revision, in April, 1876. [New Haven, Printed 
by Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1876] 

2 p. 1., 4-39 numb. 1. front., fold, geneal. tab. SOJ""'. 

Printed on one side of leaf only. 

CS71.D689 1876 

950 Supplement to the Diodati genealogy, by Prof. Edward 

E. Salisbury . . . [New Haven ? 1878 ?] 

2 numb. 1. 29J<"°. 
Printed on one side of leaf only. 

"Reprinted from the New-England historical and genealogical register for 
April 1, 1878." 

CS71.D689 1878 

5-24690-1 

/S'^e aZso Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 



196 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Diodati. See Diodate. 

Dionne. See also Tetu. CS00.T45 

Divine. See also Smith. CS71.S643 loio 

951 Dixon. 

Dixons of Dixon's Ford; [by William Henry Egle] with "The 
soldier's tale." A story of the people of Derry in 1776. Written 
by William Darby. Harrisburg, Pa., Dauphin County historical 
society, 1878. 

21 p. 24^°"'. 

CS71.D621 1878 

9-30835 

952 The border or riding clans followed by a history of the 

clan Dickson and a brief account of the family of the author, 

B. Homer Dixson, k. n. l. Printed originally for presentation 

only and now enlarged. Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 1889. 

3 p. 1., 223 [1] p. 23"'". 

CS478.D6 

9-19339t 

See also Dunster. CS71.D926 1876 

Harvey. cs71.h341 1899 

Henzey. CS439.H4 

Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

Dixson. See Dixon. 

953 Doane. 

The Doane family: i. Deacon John Doane, of Plymouth; ii. 
Doctor John Done, of Maryland ; and their descendants. With 
notes upon English families of the name . . . Comp. and pub- 
lished by Alfred Alder Doane . . . Boston, A. A. Doane, 1902. 

xxi, 533 p. front., illus., pi., port., facBim. 24°"'. 

CS71.D63 1902 

2-21261 

Dobbins. See also McKean. CS71.M154 1903 

Dobell. See also Cooper. CS71.C777 1906 

954 Dobyns. 

The Dobyns-Cooper and allied families of Ballou, Bramble, 
Coulter, Credit, Duval, Henry, Kemp, Larew, Lyon, Norwood, 
Perry, Pierce and Taylor. By Mrs. Aurelia Anna Pierce 
Ballou . . . and W. F. Cooper . . . Lansing, Mich., State print- 
ers, 1908. 

31 p. 23'"°. 

Cover-title. 

CS71.D636 1908 

9-14472 

See also Cooper. CS71.C777 1906 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 197 

955 Dodd. 

Genealogies of the male descendants of Daniel Dod, of Bran- 
ford, Conn., a native of England. 1646 to 1863. By Bethuel 
L. Dodd, M. D., and John K. Burnet . . . Newark, N. J., Printed 
at the Daily advertiser office, 1864. 

1 p. 1., 221 p. plates, fold, chart. 23J«»>. 

CS71.D630 1864 

&-9390t 

956 Ancestors and descendants of Lewis Dodd and Elizabeth 

[Baldwin] Dodd . . . Cleveland, O., C. C. Baldwin [1889 ?] 

viii, [3]-ll p. front, (port.) geneal. tables. 23J'"°. 
Partially reprinted from the Baldwin genealogy. 
Comp. by Bethuel Lewis Dodd. 

CS71.D639 1889 

9-9389t 

Dodderer. See Dotterer. 

966a Doddridge. 

The Dodderidges of Devon : with an account of the Bibliotheca 
Doddridgiana. By the Rev. Sidney E. Dodderidge . . . and 
H. G. Hastings Shaddick . . . Exeter [Eng.] W. Pollard & co., 
ltd., 1909. 
4 p. 1., 63 p. col. front., plates, ports. 25'"». 

CS430.D6 

10-15072 

957 Dodge. 

A family gathering of the descendants of Mrs. Sarah Cleveland 
Dodge, on her eightieth birth-day. November 7, 1860. New 
York, J. F. Trow, printer, 1861. 

36 p. front, (port.) 15«"°. 

CS71.D646 1861 

9-30702 

958 Dodge memorial. Historical address by Robert Dodge of 

New York city, delivered at Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts, 
at Mechanic hall, Thursday July 10, 1879, before the Assembly 
of the representatives of the family of Dodge, in the United 
States, on the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the land- 
ing of their first ancestor from England in America. [New 
York ? 1879] 

30 p. col. pi. (coat of arms) 23i''°. 

CS71.D645 1879 

»-8523t 

959 Early records of the Dodge family in America. Comp. by 

R. R. Dodge. Sutton, Mass., R. R. Dodge, 1879. 

cover-title, 1 1., 12 p. 20<"°. 

CS71.D646 1879a 

9-8524t 



198 LIBBARY OF CONGRESS 

Dodge — Continued. 

960 Report, full, authentic, and complete, of all the addresses 

and proceedings of the memorable first reunion of the Dodge 
family in America. By the representatives of the American 
branch, at Salem, Massachusetts, on Thursday, July 10th, 1879, 
being the 250th anniversary of the arrival of their ancestors 
from England, and the founding of Salem. By Robert Dodge, 
of New York city. For the benefit of the Genealogical fund. 
New York, E. S. Dodge printing co., 1879. 

53 numb. 1. incl. col. front, col. pi. (coat of arms) 26"™. 

CS71.D645 1879b 

9-8522t 

961 Genealogical history of one branch of the Dodge family. 

Comp. and pub. by Thos. H. Dodge . . . Worcester, Press of 
C. Hamilton, 1880. 

20 numb. 1. 27^°™. 

CS71.D645 1880 
1-3117 

962 Tristram Dodge and his descendants in America. With 

historical and descriptive accounts of Block Island and Cow 
Neck, L. I., their original settlements, by Robert Dodge . . . 
New York, Press of J. J. Little & co., 1886. 

XV, 233 p. 20"™. 

CS71.D645 1886 

»-8521t 

963 Genealogy of the Dodge family of Essex County, Mass. 

1629-1894. By Joseph Thompson Dodge . . . Madison, Wis., 
Democrat printing company, printer, 1894. 

V, [3], 448 p. front., plates, ports. 23J'"». 

CS71.D645 1894 

964 Second part. 1629-1898... Madison, Wis., Democrat 

printing company, 1898. 

449-667, [4] p. front., plates, ports. 23^'"". 
Edition of 500 copies. 

CS71.D645 1898 
»-8518-9t 

965 The Dodge lands at Cow Neck, an appendix to Robert 

Dodge's History of Tristram Dodge and his descendants in 
America, by Richard Despard Dodge. [Brooklyn, Collins & 
Day, printers, 1896 ?1 

32 p. map. 20'"». 

S71.D646 1896 
9-8«20t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 199 

Dodge — Continued. 

966 Dodge genealogy; descendants of Tristram Dodge, by 

Theron Royal Woodward . . . Chicago [Lanward publishing co.] 
1904. 

5 p. 1., 233, [1] p. front., illus., pi., ports., coat of arms. 27i<'™. 
Indexes by Mrs. E. C. Woodward. 
"Index of authorities " : p. 233. 

CS71.D645 1904 

4-24946 

See also Sandys. CS71.S22 1897 

White. CS71.W685 1900- 

967 Dogget. 

A history of the Doggett-Daggett family, by Samuel Bradlee 
Doggett . . . Boston, Press of Rockwell and Churchill, 1894. 

viii, 686 p. front., plates, ports., facsims., coat of arms. 24J''™. 

"Three hundred copies of this volume make up the edition, of which this is 
no. 172." 

CS71.D654 1894 

9-8517t 

968 Dolbeare. 

The Dolbearcs of Boston. By Edward Doubleday Harris . . . 
[Boston, 1893?] 
4 p. 24°'°. 
Caption title. 

"Reprinted from N. England historical and genealogical register for Jan., 
1893 " 

CS71.D66 1893 
5-13229t 

Dole. See also Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

Doll. See also Beauman. E207.B37F2 

Done. See Doane. 

969 Doolittle. 

Abraham Doolittle, and some of his descendants. By O. P. 
Allen . . . Newport, R. I., R. H. Tilley, 1893. 

1 p. 1., 38 p. front., ports. 24<"°. 

Reprinted from the Magazine of New England history. 

CS71.D69 1893 

9-8516t 

970 The Doolittle family in America . . . Comp. by William 

Frederick Doolittle . . . Cleveland [Press of National printing 
CO., etc.] 1901-1908. 

7 V. fronts., plates, ports. 23"™. 

CS71.D69 1901- 

9-8510t 

See also Dawson. CS71.D272 1874a 



200 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

971 Doremus. 

Genealogy of the Doremus family in America : descendants of 
Cornells Doremus, from Breskens and Middelburg, in Holland, 
who emigrated to America about 1685-6, and settled at Acquack- 
anonk (now Paterson), New Jersey. By William Nelson. 
Paterson, N. J., The Press printing and publishing company, 
1897. 

3 p. 1., 232 p. front., plates, ports., map, facsims. 24J<"°. 

"One hundred copies printed." 

CS71.D696 1897 

4-6831 

972 Dorland. 

Records of the Dorland family in America; embracing the 
principal branches, Dorland, Dorlon, Dorian, Durland, Durling, 
in the United States and Canada . . . By John Dorland Cremer. 
Washington, D. C, B. S. Adams, 1898. 

xvi, 304 p. col. front, (coat of arms) maps. 23 J"™. 

CS71.D71 1898 

Sept. 21, 98-35 

973 Dorrance. 

The Dorrance family in the United States; a partial record. 
Pub. by A. A. Dorrance . . . Coldwater, W. C. Bailey, 1901. 
24 p. front., illus., port. 22^°"'. 

CS71.D716 1901 

2-24651 

974 Dorrance inscriptions. Old Sterling township burying 

ground, Oneco, Connecticut. [By] Emma Finney Welch, 
[n. p.] 1909. 

24 p. 25J°°'. 

CS71.D716 1909 

9-29545 

975 Dorsey. 

Genealogical table. (Comp. by H. R. Evans, Washington, 
D. C, June, 1898) Line of descent of Ridgely, Howard, Ham- 
mond, Worthington, from Edward Dorsey, Col. Henry Ridgely, 
Capt. John Worthington, Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Matthew 
Howard, and Maj.-Gen. John Hammond. [Washington, 1898?] 
geneal. tab. 59 x 91"™. 

CS71.D718 1898 
1-3182 

Better. See also Conkling. CS71.C762 1909 

976 Dotterer. 

The Dotterer family. By Henry S. Dotterer . . . Philadel- 
phia, 1903. 
3 p. 1., [9]-164 p., 1 1. front, (port.) 25J'"". 

CS71.D724 1903 
5-33810 



AMEBICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 201 

977 Doty. 

The Doty-Doten family in America. Descendants of Edward 
Doty, an emigrant by the Mayflower, 1620. Comp. by Ethan 
Allen Doty . . . Brooklyn, N. Y., Pub. for the author, 1897. 

1035 p. 24«'". 

CS71.D726 1807 

9-8515t 

977a Douglas. « 

A collection of family records, with biographical sketches, 
and other memoranda of various families and individuals bear- 
ing the name Douglas, or allied to families of that name. Comp. 
and ed. by Charles Heniy James Douglas . . . Providence, E. 
L. Freeman & co., 1879. 

563 p. col. front, (coat of arms) ports. 23J<"". 

p. [25]-30 wrongly numbered [33]-38. 

"Edition four hundred copies, of which this copy is no. 16." 

CS71.D734 1870 

9-8514 

978 The Douglas genealogy. The descendants of John Douglas 

of Middleborough, Massachusetts, the first of this branch in 
America. The Douglas nobility of Scotland . . . By J. Lufkin 
Douglas. Bath, Me., Sentinel & Times pub. co., 1890. 

1 p. 1., v-vii, 226 p. front, (phot.) pi., port. 23^""°. 

CS71.D734 1800 

1-18249 

979 The family of Douglass or Douglas of Garrallan in Virginia. 

[New York, 1894] 

geneal. tab. 95i x 75<"° fold, to 39^ x 28i«'". 
Comp. by John Sergeant Wise. 

CS71.D734 1804 

5-455 

980 A history of the house of Douglas from the earliest times 

down to the legislative union of England and Scotland, by the 
Right Hon. Sir Herbert Maxwell . . . with an introduction by 
W. A. Lindsay . . . London, Freemantle & co., 1902. 

2 V. front., illus., plates (partly col.) port. 23«™. 
"Principal authorities quoted": v. 1, p. xvii-xviii. 

DA768.3.D6Md 

2-18215 

See also Bledsoe. F443.S0C5 

Cutler. 0871.0080 1807 

Dawson. 0S71.D272 1874a 

Hole. OS71.H720 1004 

Percy. DA28.36.P5B8 

Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

Stranahan. OS71.S806 1868 



202 LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS 

981 Dowd. 

The descendants of Henry Doude, who came from England in 
1639. Comp. by Kev. W. W. Dowd, a. m. Hartford, Conn., 
Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 1885. 

iv, [4], 355 p. 24^'"". 

Interleaved. 

CS71.D745 1885 

9-8513t 

Dowdy. See also Cooper. • 0S71.C777 1908 

982 Downer. 

The Downers of America, with genealogical record. By David 
R. Downer. Newark, N. J. [Baker print, co.] 1900. 
2 p. 1., 9-244 p. col. front., plates, ports. 24°™. 

CS71.D748 1000 

1-2209 

Downing. See also Clark. CS71.C6 1896 

983 Dowse. 

The Dows or Dowse family in America: a genealogy of the 
descendants of Lawrence Dows, including the genealogy of the 
Masterman family, two branches of the Newman family, a branch 
of the Morse family, and many genealogical lines of other fami- 
lies. 1642-1890. Comp. by Azro Milton Dows . . . [Lowell, 
Mass., Vox Populi press, S. W. Huse & co.] 1890. 

xiv, 348 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 25"™. 

"Whole number of copies, 1000. This is no. 51." 

CS71.D762 1890 
9-8512t 

Dragoo. See also Jolliffe. OS71.J76 1893 

983a Drake. 

Genealogical and biographical account of the family of Drake 
in America. With some notices of the antiquities connected 
with the early times of persons of the name in England . . . 
[Boston] Printed at the private press of G. Coolidge, for S. G. 
Drake, 1845. 

1 p. 1., viii, [9]-51 p. illus., geneal. tab. 20 J"™. 

Preface signed: Saml. G. Drake. 

CS71.D76 1845 

9-9388 

983b Drake of Hampton, New Hampshire. Boston, 1867. 

geneal. tab. 57 x 45^"°' fold, to 20 x le'"". 
Signed: Saml. G. Drake. Boston, April, 1867. 

9-9387 



CS71D76 1867 



984 A notelet about Richard Drake, of Esher in Surrey. By 

Sir William Richard Drake . . . London, Priv. print., 1878. 
2 p. 1., 8, vii p. pi., port., fold, geneal. tab. 29«™. 
Slip containing Addenda inserted after p. 6 and p. vii respectively. 

CS439.dV 1878 

S-37479 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 203 

Drake — Continued . 

984a Some unpublished papers relating to the family of Sir 

Francis Drake, ed. by the Rev. Thomas Hervey . . . Colmer, 
Printed for private circulation, 1887. 
vm, 103 p. 18^=°'. 

" Family history and genealogy ": p. 1-14. 
"The Heathcote family ": p. 77-78. 

CS439.D7 1887 

984b The Drake family in England and America, 1360-1895, 

and the descendants of Thomas Drake of Weymouth, Mass., 
1635-1691. By Louis Stoughton Drake. Privately printed. 
Boston [D. Clapp & son, printers] 1896. 

4 p. 1., xvi, 323 p. front, (coat of arma) plates, ports. 24<^™. 
Blank leaves at end. 

CS71.D76 1896 

9-9386 

See also Boteler. CB1629.B6 

Pound. CS71.P876 1904 

Ross. CS71.B826 1908 

Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 

985 Draper. 

An account of the silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Draper, 

at Westford, N. Y., Friday evening, June 16, 1871. Including 

the historical essays on the Draper and Preston families, read on 

the occasion; and also the poem, addresses, and other exercises. 

Albany, J. Munsell, 1871. 

32 p. 25''». 

CS71.D766 1871 

9-9384 

985a The Drapers in America, being a history and genealogy 

of those of that name and connection. By Thomas Wain- 
Morgan Draper . . . New York, J. Polhemus printing com- 
pany, 1892. 

xii, 312p. front., plates, ports. 25J«'°. 

CS71.D786 1892 

9-9385 

See also Stretcher. F163.S46 

Dresser. See also Dawson. CS71.D272 I874a 

986 Drinkwater. 

The Drinkwater family. [Belfast, Me., E. E. Pillsbury print. 
CO., 1901] 
15 p. ISi""*. 
Comp. by John S. Femald. 

CS71.D78 1901 

2-12091 



204 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Drinkwater — Continued. 

987 The Drinkwater family. The ancestors and descendants of 

Micajah Drinkwater of Northport, Maine, and Elizabeth Brad- 
ford, his wife ... By John S. Fernald. Vol. 1. Belfast, Me., 
G. E. Burgess, printer, 1904. 

1 V. 2 coats-of-arms. 19^°™. 

Contents: vol. 1, 1620-1825. 

CS71.D78 1904 

988 Driver. 

The Driver family: a genealogical memoir of the descendants 
of Robert and Phebe Driver, of Lynn, Mass. With an appendix 
containing twenty-three allied families. 1592-1887. Comp. by 
a descendant, Harriet Ruth (Waters) Cooke. New York, 
Printed for the author by J. Wilson and son, 1889. 

XXV, 531 p. geneal. tables. 24^°™. 

CS71.D782 1889 

9-9383t 

989 Drown. 

Genealogy of the family of Solomon Drowne, m. d. of Rhode 
Island, with notices of his ancestors, 1646-1879. By Henry T. 
Drowne. Providence, Providence press company, printers, 1879. 

16 p. front., ports. 25J=". 
Ms. letter of author inserted. 

CS71.D791 1879 

9-9382t 

See also "RusseU.. CS71.R966 1879 



990 Drummond. 

A genealogical memoir of the most noble and ancient house of 
Drummond, and of the several branches that have sprung from it, 
from the first founder Maurice, to the present family of Perth. 
By David Malcolm . . . Edinburgh, G. Maxwell [etc.] 1808. 

2 p. 1., [iiil-xx, 254, [11 p. 18""'. 

DA758.3.D8M2 

7-42049 

991 Histories of noble British families with bibliographical 

notices of the most distinguished individuals in each. Illus- 
trated by their armorial bearings, portraits, monuments, seals, 
etc. . . . London, W. Pickering, 1846. 

2 V. illus., plates (partly col.) ports, (partly col.) geneal. tables, col. coats of 
arms. 56°'°. 

Comp. by Henry Drummond. 

Title vignettes; illuminated initials. 

Contents. — v. 1. Families of Ashbumham, Arden, Compton, Cecil, Harley, 

Bruce. — v. 2. Families of Perceval, Dunbar, Hume, Dundas, Drummond, 

Neville. 

CS419.D7 

9-32041t 

Drury. See also Turner. CS71.T945 1862 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 205 

992 Duck. 

Family of Duck of Heavitree, Devon. [London, 1874] 
3 p. 27'='°. 

Comp. by Frederic Thomas Colby. 
Caption title. 

Reprinted from Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, n. e., v. 1, 1874, p. 
317-319. 

CS439.D8 

9-18146t 

993 Dudley. 

The Dudley genealogies and family records . . . By Dean 
Dudley . . . Boston, The author, 1848. 
vi p., 1 1., [5]-144 p. front. 23J«'°. 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS71.D86 1848 

»-9381t 

994 Genealogical tables, no. 1. Dudley ancestry. Boston, 

1861. 

geneal. tab, coats of arms. 92 x 73«'" fold, to 33 x 23""'. 

Autographed. 

Pedigree of the Dudley family in England. By Dean Dudley. 

CS430.D82 

l(y-3916t 

995 The Sutton-Dudleys of England and the Dudleys of Massa- 
chusetts in New England. From the Norman conquest to the 
present time. By George Adlard. New York, Printed for the 
author, 1862. 

6 p. 1., xvi, 160 p. illus., plates, geneal. tables. 23i»»». 
"Only two hundred and fifty copies printed." 

CS71.D86 1862 

9-9380t 

996 History of the Dudley family, with genealogical tables, 

pedigrees, &c. . . . By Dean Dudley . . . Wakefield, Mass., D. 
Dudley, 1886-94. 

11 pt. in 1 V. front., illus., plates, ports., map, fascims., geneal. tables (partly 
fold.) 24J'="». 
Paged continuously: 1207 p., 1 1. 

CS71.D86 1886-94 

»-9376t 

997 Pedigree of the Dudley barons of Dudley, and their descend- 
ants. nVakefield, Mass., D. Dudley, 1886?] 

geneal. tab. 24 x 29J''» fold, to 23J«™. 

Detached from the History of the Dudley family. By Dean Dudley. Wake- 
field, 1886-94. 

CS439.D83 

1-19651 

998 Pedigree of Dudley. [Wakefield, Mass., D. Dudley, 1887 ?] 

geneal. tab. 24 x 23^"°' fold, to 23^""". 

Detached from the History of the Dudley family. By Dean Dudley. Wake- 
field, 1886-94. 

0S71.D86 1887 

1-19650 



206 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Dudley — Continued . 

999 The lst-3d annual meeting of the Governor Thomas Dudley 

family association and 2d-4th reunion of the descendants of 
Governor Thomas Dudley . . . 1893-1895. Prepared and pub. 
by Sanford H. Dudley, Albion M. Dudley, Dudley R. Child . . . 
[Boston, 1893-95] 
3 V. fronts, v. 2-3, plates, ports. 23J<"". 

CS71.D85 1893-95 

9-9377t 

1000 Official report of the reunion of the descendants of Gov- 
ernor Thomas Dudley. Containing an account of the prelimi- 
nary arrangements, business meeting, organization, reception 
and dinner of the Governor Thomas Dudley family association. 
Salem, Mass., Salem Observer book and job print, 1893. 

103, [1] p. front., plates. 23i<"". 

CS71.D85 1893 

9-9379t 

1001 Memorial of the reunion of the descendants of Governor 

Thomas Dudley [at the Revere house, Boston, Oct. 25, 1892] 
Appendix. By Dean Dudley. Wakefield, Mass. [D. Dudley] 
1893. 

52 p. illus. (incl. coat of arms) pi., ports. 26°™. 

CS71.D86 1893a 

9-9378t 

1002 Supplement to the history and genealogy of the Dudley 

family . . . By Dean Dudley. [Wakefield, Mass.] By the 
author, 1898. 

96 p. ports., facsims., geneal. tables, coats of arms. 26"°. 

CS71.D85 1898 

71 

1003 Second supplement to the History of the Dudley family. 

Wakefield, Mass., The author, 1901. 

22 p. illus. 25'"». 

CS71.D86 1901 

1-15039 

See also Qamble. CS71.G191 1906 

Tucker. CS71.T89 I90l 

1004 Dugdale. 

The life, diary, and correspondence of Sir William Dugdale, 
knight, sometime Garter principal king of arms. With an 
appendix, containing an account of his published works, an index 
to his manuscript collections, copies of monumental inscriptions 
to the memory of the Dugdale family, and heraldic grants and 
pedigrees. Ed. by William Hamper . . . London, Printed for 
Harding, Lepard, and co., 1827. 

viii, 529 p. 2 port. (incl. front.) facsim., geneal. tables. 32x25°". 

DA3.D8H2 

4-34858 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 207 

1005 Duke. 

A genealogy of the Duke-Shepherd-Van Metre family, from 
civil, military, church and family records and documents, 
comp. and ed. by Samuel Gordon Smyth . , . Lancaster, Pa., 
Press of the New era printing company, 1909. 

ix, 445 p. col. front, (coat of arms) plates, ports., facsim. 23^^"". 

CS71.D877 1909 

9-29858 

1006 Dumaresq. 

A sketch of the family of Dumaresq, to which are added 
Reminiscences of James Dumaresq, and an appendix of docu- 
ments. Albany, J. Munsell, 1863. 

22 p., 1 1. fold, front. 23^"°'. 

Frontr (with coat of arms): Pedigree of Dumaresq, seigneurs of La Haute, 
S* Gorge, Samaree, Vincheles de Bas and des Augr^s, in the island of Jersey. 

Comp. by Augustus Thomdike Perkins. 

CS71.D886 1863 

3^5055 

1007 Dummer. 

The first century of Dummer academy. A historical dis- 
course, delivered at Newbury, Byfield parish, August 12, 1863. 
With an appendix. By Nehemiah Cleaveland. Boston, Nich- 
ols & Noyes, 1865. 

4 p. 1., [5J-71, xliii p. 23J''"». 
Dummer family, p. 5-18. 

LD7601.S72D6 

7-14057t 

1008 The family of Dummer by Col. Joseph Lemuel Chester . . . 

communicated by Prof. Edward E. Salisbury . . . [Boston ? 
1881] 

29 p. 25"°'. 
Caption title. 

From the "New-Eng. hist, and geneal. r^^ister " for July and October, 1881. 

CS439.D846 
1-16045 

■ See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1886 

Dunbar. See also Drummond. CS419.D7 

Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 

Washington. CS69.W6 vol. l 

1009 Duncan. 

The Duncan and Gibson families. [Los Angeles ? Cal., 1905 ?] 
44 p. incl. front, (port.) 191''". 

" Compiled by members of the family of Washington and Eliza Gibson Dun- 
can." Signed: Hugh Welch Duncan . . . Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 1905. 
Includes brief sketches of the Smith, the Andrews, and the Coe families. 

CS71.D912 1905 

6-13976 

— — See also Forbes. CS479.F6 

Williamson. CS71.W729 1906 



208 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1010 Dundas. 

The Arniston memoirs; three centuries of a Scottish house, 
1571-1838; ed. from the family papers by George W. T. Omond 
. . . Edinburgh, D. Douglas, 1887. 
xxxvi, 388 p. illus. (incl. plans) 4 pi., 13 ports, (incl. front.) facsim. 24"™. 
Title vignette. 
Etchings by William Hole. 

CS479.A8 
3-27697 

See also Drummond. CS410,D7 

1011 Dunham. 

Dunham genealogy. English and American branches of the 
Dunham family. Comp. by Isaac Watson Dunham . . . Nor- 
wich, Conn., Bulletin print ["1907] 

5 p. 1., iii-lii p., 2 1., 384 p. plates (1 col.) ports. 24^'"°. 
p. 365-384 blank for memoranda. 

CS71.D917 1907 
7-25490 

1012 Dunham genealogy. Deacon John Dunham of Plymouth, 

Massachusetts. 1589-1669. And his descendants. Comp. by 
Isaac Watson Dunham . . . Norwich, Conn., Bulletin print 
[^907] 

4 p. 1., 384 p. 24^?°'. 
p. 365-384 blank for memoranda. 

Also pub. under title: Dunham genealogy. English and American branches 
of the Dunham family. 

CS71.D917 1907a 

7-25489 

1013 Dunlevy. 

A genealogical history of the Dunlevy family; Don Levi, 
Donlevy, Dunleavy, Dunlavey, Dunlevey, etc. By Gwendolyn 
Dunlevy Kelley . . . [Columbus, O., The Evans printing com- 
pany] 1901. 

335 p., 5 1., [32] p. front, (coat of arms) port., fold, map, geneal. tab. 23J°". 

The 4 leaves following p. 335 are left blank for additional records. 

"Issued for private distribution." 

CS71.D92 1901 

2-27750 

1014 Dunn. 

John Ainsworth Dunn, Gardner, Massachusetts . . . Comp. 
and pub. by Rev. Seth Cooley Cary . . . Boston, Mass. [Press 
of Murray and Emery company] 1908. 
2 p. 1., 11-76 p. incl. illus., pi., ports, front. 24""'. 
Title vignette. 

CS71.D923 1908 
8-12561 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 209 

1014a Dunnell. 

The true genealogy of the Dunnel and Dwinell family of New 
England. By Henry Gale Dunnel . . . New York, C. B. Rich- 
ardson, 1862. 

84 p. 25i<"". 

CS71.D924 1862 

9-9402t 

1015 Dunstanville. 

History of the manor and ancient barony of Castle Combe, 
in the county of Wilts; chiefly compiled from original mss. and 
chartularies at Castle Combe. With memoirs of the families of 
Dunstanvile, Badlesmere, Tiptoft, Scrope, Fastolf, etc. By 
G. Poulett Scrope . , . With map and engravings. Printed for 
private circulation. [London, J. B. Nichols & son, printers] 
1852. 

X, 403 p. col. front, (port.) illus., 3 pi. (1 col.) 29"°. 

"Map mentioned in title-page is not inserted. 150 copies printed." — 
Lowndes. 

DA690.C42S4 

3-16468 

1016 Dunster. 

Life of Henry Dunster, first president of Harvard college. 
By Rev. Jeremiah Chaplin, d. d. Boston, J. R. Osgood and 
company, 1872. 

xix, [1], 315 p. ISJ*"". 

Appendix. 1. Genealogy of the Dunster family. Prepared by Samuel 
Dunster . . . and his son E. S. Dunster, p. 235-256. 

CS71.D92e 1872 

9-27095t 

1017 Henry Dunster and his descendants. By Samuel Dun- 
ster . . . Central Falls, R. I., E. L. Freeman & co., printers, 
1876. 

X, 333 p. facsim. 20"°. 

CS71.D926 1876 

9-9401 t 

Dunwody. See also Baillie. CS7l.Bie 1898 

Stuart. CS71.S93 1895 

1018 Dupuy. 

The Huguenot Bartholomew Dupuy and his descendants. 
By Rev. B. H. Dupuy . . . Louisville, Ky., Courier- journal job 
printing co., 1908. 

xvi, 439, [1] p. 24»». 

CS71.D946 1908 

&-1183S 
35819°— 10 14 



210 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Dupuy — Continued. 

1019 A genealogical history of the Dupuy family, by Charles 

Meredith DuPuy . . . with additions by his son Herbert DuPuy. 
Philadelphia, Printed for private circulation by J. B. Lippincott 
company, 1910. 

ix, [1], 165 p. col. front, (coat of arms) plates, ports., map, facsims. (partly 
fold.) fold, geneal. tables. 27^"™. 

Contains genealogical notes of the Haskins, Richards, Evans, Richardson, 
Loockermans, Hostetter and Rickey families. 

CS71.D946 1910 

10-4762 

See also Fontaine F221.V82 



1020 Durfee. 

The descendants of Thomas Durfee of Portsmouth, R. I. 
By Wm. F. Reed . . . Washington, D. C, Gibson bros., printers, 
1902-05. 
2 V. fronts., plates, ports., map. 24°"'. 

CS71.D958 1902-06 
2-22681 

See also Warden. CS71.W263 1901 



Dustin. See also Corliss. CS71.C8 1875 

Du Thisac. See Tyzack. 

1020a Dutton. 

Genealogy of the Dutton family of Pennsylvania, preceded 
by a history of the family in England from the time of William 
the Conqueror to the year 1669; with an appendix containing 
a short account of the Duttons of Conn. Comp. by Gilbert Cope. 
West Chester, Pa., Printed for the author, by F. S. Hickman, 
printer, 1871. 

viii, [9]-112 p. phot., geneal. tables, coat of arms. 23""'. 

CS71.D98 1871 

9-9400t 

1021 Memorials of the Duttons of Dutton in Cheshire; with notes 

respecting the Sherborne branch of the family . . . London, H. 
Sotheran & co.; [etc., etc.] 1901. 
xxvi, 296 p. front., illus., pi., phot., port., facsim., geneal. tab. 26"™. 
Added t.-p., engr. 
Title in red and black. 

CS439.D86 

2-8834 

Duval. See aiso Dohyns. CS71.D636 1908 

Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 211 

1022 Duyckinck. 

The Duyckinck and allied families being a record of the 
descendants of Evert Duyckinck who settled in New Amster- 
dam, now New York, in 1638. By Whitehead Cornell Duy- 
ckinck and Rev. John Cornell, m. a. . . . New York, T. A. 
Wright, 1908. 

X, 236 p. col. front., ports., map. 24"°'. 

"Edition limited to 250 copies." 

1 page of "Errata" inserted. 



CS71.D988 1908 



9-9265 



1022a Dwight. 

The history of the descendants of John Dwight, of Dedham, 
Mass., by Benjamin W. Dwight . . . Printed for the author. 
New York, J. F. Trow & son, printers and bookbinders, 1874. 

2 V. illUB. (incl. coats of arms) ports. 24'"». 

Paged continuously. 



CS71.D991 1874 



9-d399t 



See also KumfTevUle. CS71.H923 1903 

Van Rensselaer. CS69.S7 

Dwinell. See Bunnell. 

Dyar. See Dyer. 

1023 Dyer. 

Some records of the Dyer family. Comp. by Cornelia C. 
Joy-Dyer . . . Printed for private circulation. New York, 
T. Whittaker, 1884. 

130 p. 18J<"". 

Coat of arms mounted on last page. 

CS71.D996 1884 

9-10679t 

1024 A preliminary genealogy of the Dyar family prepared by 

Harrison Gray Dyar. Washington, D. C, Gibson bros., 

printers, 1903. 

cover-title, 32 p. 23J«°. 

CS71.D996 1903 

10-6581 

Dymoke. See also Marmion. DA690.S42L8 

1025 Earle. 

The Earle family. Ralph Earle and his descendants. Comp. 
by Pliny Earle . . . Printed for the family. Worcester, Mass., 
Press of C. Hamilton, 1888. 

xxiv p., 2 1., [17]-492 p. front., porte., geneal. tab. 24^"". 

CS71.E13 1888 

9-9771t 

See also Rogers. CS71.I173 1906 



212 LIBBARY OF CONGRESS 

1026 Early. 

A history of the family of Early in America: being the 
ancestors and descendants of Jeremiah Early, who came from the 
county of Donegal, Ireland, and settled in what is now Madison 
County, Virginia,- early in the eighteenth century, by Samuel 
Stockwell Early. Arranged for publication by Robert Stock- 
well Hatcher . . . Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 1896. 

53 p. 22i X ISi""". 

CS71.E131 1896 

9-9770 

1027 Easterbrook. 

Genealogy of the Estabrook family, including the Ester- 
brook and Easterbrooks, in the United States. By William 
Estabrook . . . Ithaca, N. Y., Andrus & Church, 1891. 

2 p. 1., [3]-359 p. front., ports. 20i«'°. 

CS71.E133 1891 

9-9768t 

See also Flagg. C371.F574 1903 



1028 Easterday 

History of the Easterday family, by L. F. M. Easterday . . . 

tLincoln?Neb.] "igOS. 

31, [1] p. 22i'"». 

CS71.E136 1908 

8-3503 

1029 Eastman. 

Genealogy of the Eastman family, for the first four genera- 
tions. Comp. by Rev. Lucius Root Eastman . . . Reprinted 
from the New England hist, and gen. register, for July, 1867. 
Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1867. 

11 p. 24*'"°. 

CS71.E137 1867 

9-9767t 

1030 History and genealogy of the Eastman family of America. 

Containing biographical sketches and genealogies of both males 
and females. Comp. by Guy S. Rix. Concord, N. H. [Press 
of I. C. Evans] 1901. 

2 V. front., col. plates (coats of arms) ports. 23J^'"". 

Paged continuously. 

CS71.E137 1901 

9-9769t 

See also Corliss. CS71.C8 1876 

Flagg. CS71.F674 1903 

1031 Eaton. 

The Dedham Eatons, from 1635 to the fifth generation. A 
report read at the annual meeting of the Eaton family asso- 
ciation,! n Boston, October 21, 1884. By Daniel C. Eaton (of 



AMEBICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 213 

1031 Eaton — Continued. 

the eighth generation) New Haven, Conn. , Tuttle, Morehouse & 

Taylor, printers, 1884. 

8 p. 26i«"'. 

CS71.E14 1884 

9-9766t 

1032 Genealogical sketch of the Nova Scotia Eatons. Com- 
piled by Rev. Arthur Wentworth Eaton . . . Halifax, Printed 
at the Morning herald office, 1885. 

128 p. 24«°>. 

CS71.E14 1885 

1-27984 

1033 Eaton Grange, and notes of Andrews, Kimball and Eaton 

family; collated by Christie L. Eaton from History of Sutton, 

N. H. Concord, N. H., Republican press association, 1890. 

iv. p., 1 1., 88 p. front., plates, porta. 23"°. 

CS71.E14 1890 

9-9766t 

1034 Colonel William Eaton, of Granville Coimty, North Caro- 
lina. (In The Davidson college magazine. [Charlotte, N. C] 
1899. 23^*"°. V. 16, no. 1, p. 14-19) 

Signed Thomas M. Owen. 
Caption title. 
Detached copy. 

CS71.E14 1899 

2-14221 

1035 Families of Eaton — Sutherland, Lay ton — Hill, by Rev. 

Arthur Wentworth Hamilton Eaton . . . New York, Priv. 
print., 1899. 

20 p. 24""°. 

CS90.E2 

5-25482 

1036 Eaton family of Dedham, and the Powder house rock, 

by John Eaton Alden . . . With genealogical data collected 
by Professor Daniel Cady Eaton . . . Dedham, Mass., 1900. 

67 p. front., port., facsim. 23^*"°. 

"Reprinted from the Dedham historical register." 

CS71.E14 1900 

3-8936 

See also Clark. CS71.C6 1906 

Walton. CS71.W24 1898 

1037 Eberhart. 

History of the Eberharts in Germany and the United States 
from A. D. 1265 to a. d. 1890—625 years. By Rev. Uriah 
Eberhart. With an autobiographical sketch of the author, 
including many reminiscences of his ministerial and army life. 
[Chicago] Donohue & Heneberry, printers and binders, 1891. 

iv p., 1 1., [51-263 p. front, (port.) 20"". 

0S71.E16 1891 

9-9764t 



214 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1038 Echyngham. 

Echyngham of Echyngham. By Spencer Hall . . . London, 
Printed by G. Barclay, 1850. 
viii, 21, [1] p. 25"'°. 

CS439.E3 

ft-18142t ^ 

1039 Eddy. 

Memoir of Col. Jonathan Eddy of Eddington, Me. : with some 
account of the Eddy family, and of the early settlers on Penob- 
scot River. By Joseph W. Porter . . . Augusta [Me.] Sprague, 
Owen & Nash, printers, 1877. 

72 p., 1 1. 23^""'. 

E275.E21 

7-31012 

1040 The Eddy family tree. N[ew] Y[ork] Am. photo, litho. co. 

[1880] 

geneal. tab. 56 x 42i'''". 

Comp. by Charles Eddy. CS71.E2 1880 

9-15604 

1041 Genealogy of the Eddy family. By Charles Eddy . . . 

Brooklyn, N. Y., Nolan brothers, book and job printers, 1881. 

180 p. igi*"". 

CS71.E2 1881 

9-9763t 

1042 Edgar. 

Genealogical collections concerning the Scottish house of 
Edgar. With a memoir of James Edgar . . . Ed. by a commit- 
tee of the Grampian club. London, Printed for the Grampian 
club, 1873. 

1 p. 1., iv, 103 p. front, (port.) 26'^'". 
Ed. by Andrew Edgar and Charles Rogers. 

4-12406 

Edmonds. See also Converse. 0S71.C766 1887 

Edmondston. See also Zimmerniann. CS71.Z73 19 — 
Edmonstone. See Edmondston. 

1043 Edson. 

A genealogical account of the Edsons, early settled in Bridge- 
water. With appendices. Lowell, T. P. James, 1864. 
48, xiv p. 22<"». 
Comp. by Elijah Hayward. 

Appendix: 1. Samuel Edson and Mary (Dean) hia wife. — 2. Copies of deeds. 

CS71.E26 1864 

3-22495 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 215 

Edson — Continued . 

1044 Several ancestral lines of Josiah Edson and his wife, Sarah 

Pinney, married at Stafford, Conn., July 1, 1779. With a full 
genealogical history of their descendants to the end of the nine- 
teenth century. Covering three hundred years and embracing 
ten generations. By Harriette Hyde Wells, assisted by Harry 
Weston Van Dyke. Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, printers, 
1901. 
98 p. port. 22" 



>cm 

CS71.E25 1901 



1-27983 



1046 Edsons in England and America and genealogy of the 

Edsons, by Jarvis Bonesteel Edson . . . New York, The Knick- 
erbocker press, 1903. 

XV, [1], 630 p. col. front., illus. (incl. ports., faceims.) 25''°'. 

CS71.E25 1003 

3-17626 

1045a Edwards. 

The memorial volume of the Edwards family meeting at 
Stockbridge, Mass., September 6-7, a. d. 1870. Boston, Con- 
gregational publishing society, 1871. 
206 p. front, (port.) coat of arms. 22§':°». 
Introductory signed J. E, Woodbridge. 

CS71.E26 1871 
&-«398 

1046b Historic sketches of the Edwards and Todd families 

and their descendants. 1523-1895. By Georgie Hortense Ed- 
wards. Springfield, 111., H. W. Rokker, printer and binder, 
1894. 

38 p. 23i<"°. 

CS71.E26 1804 

9-9397t 

1046 Timothy and Rhoda Ogden Edwards of Stockbridge, Mass., 

and their descendants: a genealogy. Comp. by William H. 
Edwards . . . Cincinnati, The R. Clarke company, 1903. 

V, 167 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 24""". 

CS71.E26 1003 
J-19195 

1047 The Edwards family; by James T. Edwards . . . For pri- 
vate circulation. Randolph, N. Y., The Randolph publishing 
company, 1903. 

44 p. front., plates, ports. 24"™. 

CS71.E26 1003a 

3-26270 

1048 A condensed genealogy of one branch of the Edwards fam- 
ily of Concord and Acton, Massachusetts, and of the allied fam- 
ilies Harrington, Heald, Haven, Locke, Conant, Fletcher, Tower, 
Haskell, Clemens, Pierson, Starr, Van Veghten, Knickerbocker, 



216 LIBBARY OF CONGRESS 

1048 Edwards — Continued. 

Crandall, Smith, Chetlain, and others, with historical and bio- 
graphical notices. Comp. by John Harrington Edwards, d. d. 
Brooklyn-New York [T. J. Dyson and son, printers] 1907. 
28 p. 22^"'°. 

CS71.E26 1907 

7-31020 

See also Lawson. CS71.L426 1903 

Bichardson. cs7i.ii52 1906 

1049 Eells. 

The Eells family of Dorchester, Massachusetts in the line of 
Nathaniel Eells of Middletown, Connecticut, 1633-1821, with 
notes on the Lenthall family; comp. by Frank Farnsworth Starr 
for James J. Goodwin. Hartford, Conn., 1903. 

iv p., 1 1., 218 p. front., port., fold, geneal. tabs. 26"™. 
"The English portion of the work is the result of the labors of . . . Mr. Lothrop 
Withington."— Pref. 

CS71.E27 1903 

3-32786 

Egan. See also Eoghan. 

1050 Egerton. 

Aper^u historique et g^nealogique. [Paris ? 1807 ?] 

11 p. 27"°'. 
Caption title. 
Signed F. Hargrave. 

C!S439.B86 
9-18143t 

1051 Egerton (Walker) genealogy. A record of the descendants 

of James Egerton and Bathsheba (Walker) Egerton, of Langdon, 
N. H. [By Seth Chandler.] Fitchburg, Mass., J. F. D. Gar- 
field, 1887. 

15 p. 24'"°. [ TFi«A Ms Walker genealogy. Fitchburg, Mass., 1887] 
Reprinted from Chandler's History of Shirley. 

0S71.W18 1887 

1-18163 

See also Brydges. CS439.B9 

Swain. CS71.S97 1896 

Eglinton, Earls of. See Montgomery. 

1051a Ela. 

Genealogy of the Ela family, descendants of Israel Ela, of 
Haverhill, Mass. Comp. by Rev. David Hough Ela, d. d. 
Manchester, Conn., E. S. Ela, printer [1897] 
2 p. 1., 3-44 p. 24i=m. 

CS71.E37 1807 

&-9396 

Elbridge. See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1885 

Elder. See also Conkling. CS71.C752 1009 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 217 

1052 Elderkin. 

Genealogy of the Elderkin family with intermarriages . . . 

also, an appendix, containing a few of the author's original 

articles on theories of science, pathology, and theology . . . 

By Dyer White Elderkin. [Pittsburgh, Pa., Fisher, Stewart & 

■ CO., limited, 1888] 

223, xxii p. front., port. 22i<"". 

CS71.E376 1888 

1-16046 

1052a John Elderkin, one of the founders of Connecticut, and 

some of his descendants. [New York, 1896] 
1 p. 1., 14 p. 20J'"°. 
By John Elderkin, 1841— 

CS71.E376 1896 

9-9395t 

Eldredge. See Eldridge. 

1052b Eldridge. 

Eldredge genealogy. A record of some of the descendants 
of William Eldredge of Yarmouth. By Zoeth S. Eldredge. 
Boston, Printed for private distribution [by D. Clapp & son] 
1896. 

1 p. 1., 33 p. geneal. tables. 24'"°. 

"Reprinted from New-Eng. historical and genealogical register for Janu- 
ary, 1897, with additions." 

CS71.E38 1806 

9-0394 

See also Lawrence. CS71.L42 1891 

Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

Elgan. See also Pound. CS71.P876 1904 

1053 Eliot. 

Genealogy of the Eliot family. Originally comp. by William 
H. Eliot, jr. Rev. and enl. by William S. Porter . . . New 
Haven, Conn., G. B. Bassett & co., 1854. 

184 p. illus., geneal. tab. 24«™. 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

The title page . . . and ten verses of the first chapter of Genesi.^, copied from 
Eliot's Indian Bible: p. [3-6] 
Appendix: p. [133J-184. 

CS71.E42 1854 

9-9393t 

1054 [Eliot family. Boston, 1856] 

geneal. tab. 28 x 31"™ fold, to 28 x 15^'™. 

"Reprinted from the New England historical and genealogical register, 
October, 1856, p. 365." 

CS71.E42 1856 

»-11597t 



218 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Eliot — Continued . 

1055 Andrew Elliot, of Beverly, Mass., and his descendants. 

[Boston, 187-?] 

4 p. 24«">. 

Caption title. 

Signed: W. H. W. i. e. William Henry Whitmore. 

CS71.E42 187- 

9-9392t 

1056 The Eliot family. Extracts from the parish registers of 

Waltham abbey and Nazing, co. Essex. Communicated by 
W. Winters, esq. [n. p., 187-] 

1 1. 29"'". 
Caption title. 

CS71.E42 187-a 

»-10C75t 

1067 The Eliot family. By W. Winters . . . [Boston, D. Clapp 

& son, printers, 1885] 

7 p. 24J«"». 
Caption title. 

Reprinted from the "New-Eng. hist, and geneal. register" for October, 
1885. 

CS71.E42 1885 

1-16047 

1068 A sketch of the Eliot family. By Walter Graeme Eliot. 

New York, Press of L. Middleditch, 1887. 

1 p. I., 156 p., 1 1., 20 p.. 2 1. front., plates, ports., fold, geneal. tables, 
igi""*. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS71.E42 1887 

9-9391t 

1059 Eliot papers . . . Compiled from family papers by his 

great grandson Eliot Howard. London, E. Hicks, jr., 1895. 

2 V. in 1. geneal. tables. 26^ x 19^"™. 

Imprint covered by label of Headley brothers, London, 

Originally printed privately. 

Contents. — no. I. John Eliot of London, merchant, 1735-1813. — ^no. II. The 
Eliot marriages. John Eliot (n) & Mariabella Farmborough Briggins, 1734; 
John Eliot (ni) & Mary Weston, 1762. 

CS439.E4 1895 

6-8682 

1060 Charles Darwin Elliot, Mary Elvira Elliot. From the 

Massachusetts edition of the American series of popular biogra- 
phies, [n. p.] 1901. 

12 p. 20^"°'. 

CS71.E42 1901 

10-1494 

1061 Proceedings at the reunion of the descendants of John 

Eliot, "the apostle to the Indians," at Guilford, Conn., Sept. 
15th, 1875. Second meeting at South Natick, Mass. July 3d, 
1901; and the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 219 

1061 Eliot — Continued. 

founding of South Natick by John Eliot and his praying 
Indians, July 4th, 1901. [South Natick, Mass., The Society, 
1901] 
cover-title, 114 p. 4 pi. (1 fold.) 23^""'. 

F74.S74H7 

4-7813 

1062 . . . Genealogy of the descendants of John Eliot, "apostle 

to the Indians," 1598-1905. A new ed., 1905. Prepared and 
published by the committee appointed at the meeting of his 
descendants, at South Natick, Mass., July 3, 1901. Wilimena H. 
(Eliot) Emerson, chairman, Ellsworth Eliot, m. d., George 
Edwin Eliot, jr., committee. [New Haven, Conn., The Tuttle, 
Morehouse & Taylor press, 1905] 

vii, [8], 4-344 p. 8 pi., 8 port. (incl. front.) facsim. 25'"'". 
Founded largely on the "Genealogy of the Eliot family," by William Horace 
Eliot, jr. published in 1852. 



5-13014 


CS71.E42 


1906 


See also Habersham. 

Stuart. 


CS71.H114 
CS71.S93 


1901 
1895 


Elkins. See also Reading. 
Saunders. 


CS71.R287 
CS71.S266 


1898 
1897 



1063 EUery. 

The Ellerys of America. [Newport, R. I., 188-?] 
[17] 24 <"». 
Clippings from the Newport Mercury. 

CS71.E46 188" 
calO-237 

1064 Pedigree of Ellery, of the United States of America. 

Arranged by Harrison Ellery, from his memorials of the Ellery 
family, in manuscript. Boston, 1881. 

geneal. tab. 60 x 94^""" fold, to 30^ x 24^"'°. 

Contains seal and book plate of the Hon. Benjamin Ellery. 

CS71.E46 1881 

»-9755t 

Ellett. See also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

Ellicott. See also Thomas. CS71.T46 1878 

Elliott. See Eliot. 

1065 EUis. 

Notices of the Ellises of England, Scotland, and Ireland, 
from the conquest to the present time, including the families 
of Alis, Fitz-Elys, Helles, etc. By William Smith Ellis . . . 
D^ndon] 1857-66. 

viii, 300 p. incl. geneal. tab. pi., facsim. 21^°™. 

"Not published." Originally issued in four numbers. 

CS439.E5 1866 



220 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Ellis — Continued . 

1065a Supplement to Notices of the Ellises . . . [London] 1868. 

28, [4] p. illus. 21^='". 

Caption title. 

CS439.E5 1868 

1065b Second supplement to Notices of the Ellises . . . [London] 

1872. 
[33]-92 p. iucl. illus., geneal. tab. pi. 22='°. 
Caption title. 

CS439.E6 1872 
3-5314-6 

1066 Early New England people. Some account of the Ellis, 

Pemberton, Willard, Prescott, Titcomb, Sewall and Longfellow, 

and allied families. By Sarah Elizabeth Titcomb. Boston, 

W. B. Clarke & Carruth, 1882. 

Ip. 1., 288p., 11. 24"". 

P3.T61 

4-12550 

1067 Biographical sketches of Richard Ellis, the first settler of 

Ashfield, Mass., and his descendants. Comp. and arranged by 
E. R. Ellis . . . Detroit, Mich., W. Graham printing co., 1888. 

2 p. 1., [9]-483 p. incl. pi., port., map. front., ports. 23^"". 

Five hundred copies of the book printed. 

CS71.E47 1888 

9-9756t 

1068 The Ellis family, by Mrs. Katharine S. Foos. Dayton, O., 

Press of U. B. publishing house, 1900. 

viii, 9-128p. ISi"". 

CS71.E47 1900 

7-31430 

See also Bradford. CS71.B8 I900a 

Habersham. cs71.hii4 I90i 

1069 Elmer. 

Elmer-Elmore genealogy. Records of the descendants of 

Edward Elmer, of Braintree, Eng., and Hartford, Conn., through 

his son Edward. 1632-1899. Comp. by Rev. William W. 

Johnson . . . North Greenfield, Wis., The compiler, 1899. 

96 p. col. coat of arms. 22°". 

CS71.E48 1899 

1-22695 

1070 Elwell. 

The Elwell family in America; a genealogy of Robert Elwell, 
of Dorchester and Gloucester, Mass., and the greater part of his 
descendants, to the fifth generation. With a list of revolution- 
ary soldiers of the name who enlisted from the state of Massa- 
chusetts. Compiled by the late Rev. Jacob Thomas Elwell 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 221 

1070 Elwell — Continued. 

(1844-1888). Revised by Rev. Charles Henry Pope . . . Bos- 
ton, C. H. Pope, 1899. 

30 p. front, (port.) 24°™. 

"Reprinted from New-Eng. historical and genealogical register for January, 

1899, with materia! additions." 

"Only 200 copies printed." 

CS71.E62 1899 

3-3808 

1071 . . . The family of Thomas Elwell of Hardwick, Massachu- 
setts. Compiled and printed by Levi Henry Elwell. Amherst, 
Mass., 1900. 

1 p. 1., id p. 15J X 15^"". (Contributions to an Elwell genealogy. Ist ser., 
no.l) 

No. 33 of a limited edition. 

CS71.E52 1900 

2-18104 

1072 Ely. 

. . . History of the Ely re-union, held at Lyme, Conn., July 
10th, 1878 . . . New York, Styles & Cash, steam printers and 
stationers [1879] 

158 p. front., illufl. (incl. ports.) fold, facsim., coats of arms. 24°™. 

Title vignettes: coata of arms. 

CS71.E521 1879 

fr-9762t 

1078 Records of the descendants of Nathaniel Ely, the emigrant, 

who settled first in Newtown, now Cambridge, Mass. Was one 
of the first settlers of Hartford, also of Nor walk, Conn., and a 
resident of Springfield, Mass., from 1659 until his death in 1675. 
Comp. by Heman Ely, including material collected by Mrs. 
Amanda (Ely) Terry. Cleveland, O., Short & Forman, printers 
and stationers, 1885. 

ix, [1], 515 p. front., pi., ports. 31°°. 

"Edition, 520 copies, of which this is no. 309." 

CS71.E621 1886 

fr-15015t 

1074 The Ely ancestry ; lineage of Richard Ely of Plymouth, 

England, who came to Boston, Mass., about 1655, & settled at 
Lyme, Conn, in 1660. Collected by the late Moses S. Beach, of 
New York & by the Rev. William Ely, d. d., of Philadelphia. 
Ed. & enl. by Geo. B. Vanderpoel. With a very interesting 
sketch of the origin & history of the Elyes of Utterby & of Won- 
ston. Kindly furnished by Sumner A. Ely, esq. New York, 
The Calumet press, 1902. 

2 p. 1., xliv, 639 p. incl. illus., 1 pi. front., pi., port., fold, facsim., fold, 
geneal. tab. 26°". 

Title vignette (coat of arms in colors) 

0S71.B621 1902 

3-4163 



222 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1075 Emerson. 

The English Emersons; a genealogical historical sketch of the 
family from the earliest times to the end of the seventeenth 
century, including various modern pedigrees, with an appendix 
of authorities. By P. H. Emerson . . . London, D. Nutt, 1898. 

xiv, 168, cxxxv, [1] p. illus., plates, port., fold, geneal. tables. 26"™. 

The illustrations are mainly mounted. 

This edition de luxe is limited to 50 copies, of which this is no. 11. 

Signed: P. H. Emerson. 

CS439.E6 

9-18141t 

1076 The Ipswich Emersons. A. d. 1636-1900. A genealogy of 

the descendants of Thomas Emerson of Ipswich, Mass. with 
some account of his English ancestry, by Benjamin Kendall 
Emerson . . . assisted by Capt. Geo. A. Gordon . . . Printed for 
private circulation. Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1900. 

4 p. 1., 537 p. col. front., plates, ports. 24J°». 

CS71.E63 1900 

1-2125 

1077 A criticism of ' The Ipswich Emersons ' alias ' The Emer- 
sons in America,' by P. H. Emerson ... [n. p., 1901] 

15 p. 22'"°. 

CS71.E53 1901 

2-1899 

See also Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

Gamble. cs71.gi91 1906 

Haskins. cs71.H351 1886 

Taft. CS71.T124 1908 

1078 Emerton. 

Materials toward a genealogy of the Emmerton family. 
Comp. by James A. Emmerton, m. d. [Salem, Mass.] Priv. 
print., Salem press, 1881. 

1 p. 1., iv p., 1 1., 244 p. front, (port.) 24i''»>. 
Blank leaves interspersed. 

CS71.E633 1881 

9-9761t 

1079 Emery. 

Annual reunion of the Emery family, in the Meionaon, Tre- 
mont temple, Boston, Mass., Wednesday, September 14, 1887. 
Address by Rev. Samuel Hopkins Emery . . . poems, hymns and 
other exercises. Taunton, Davol's steam printing house, 1888. 

18 p. 22i«'». 

CS71.E636 1888 
»-«760t- 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 223 

Emery — Continued. 

1080 Genealogical records of descendants of John and Anthony 

Emery, of Newbury, Mass. 1590-1890. Comp. by Rev. Rufus 
Emery . . . Salem, Mass., E. Cleaves, 1890. 

xi, 307 p., 1 1., 309-610 p. 24i«°». 

CS71.E635 1890 

9-97S9t 

Emmerton. See Emerton. 

1081 Emmett. 

The Emmet family, with some incidents relating to Irish his- 
tory and a biographical sketch of Prof. John Patten Emmet, 
M. D. and other members, by Thos. Addis Emmet . . . New 
York, Priv. print. [Bradstreet press] 1898. 

xi, 411 p. front., plates, ports., facsims., geneal. tables, col. coat of arms. 

28cin 

"One hundred and thirty copies printed, no, 58." 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS71.E64 1808 

»-97S81 

1082 A memoir of John Patten Emmet, m. d., formerly professor 

of chemistry and materia medica in the University of Virginia, 
with a brief outline of the Emmet family history. By Thos. 
Addis Emmet . . . New York, Priv. print. [Bradstreet press] 
1898. 

66 p. front., plates, ports., focsims., geneal. tables. 28*"°. 
"Fifty copies printed, no. 9." 

"A large portion of the material utilized in this memoir was collected ... to 
form a history of the Emmet family." 

CS71.E64 1808a 

9-9757t 

1083 Emmons. 

The Emmons family genealogy; a record of the emigrant 
Thomas Emmons, of Newport, Rhode Island, with many of the 
descendants, from 1639 to 1905; comp. by Edward Neville 
Emmons . . . [Syracuse, N. Y., Lyman bros., printers, *'1905] 

X, 222, [xi]-lv p. front., pi., ports. 23<"°. 

CS71.E545 1005 

&-26136 

Endecott. See Endicott. 

1084 Endicott. 

An historical record of the descendants of Dr. John Indicott, 
of Hartford, Conn. By his grandson J. C. Mcintosh . . . 
Springfield, Mass., C. W. Bryan & co., printers, 1888. 

15 p. 23°°. 

CS71.E66 1888 

i>-10674t 



224 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Endicott — Continued . 

1084a Endecott wills, inventories, and matters connected with 

the estate of Governor John Endecott . . . Salem, Mass., 
Salem press publishing and printing co., 1889. 
23 p. 25""". 

Comp. by Robert Samuel Rantoul. 
Reprinted from Historical collections Essex institute, vol. xxv, 1888. 

F67.E66 

3-3178 

Endle. See also Wilson. CS71.W75 1898 

Engle. See also Haynes. CS71.H424 1902 

1085 Eoghan. 

Irish family history . . . By Richard F. Cronnelly. Dublin, 
Printed by Goodwin, son, and Nethercott, 1864. 

2 V. in 1. 22i°"'. 

Contents. — pt. I. A history of the Clanna-Rory, or Rudricians, descendants 
of Roderick the Great, monarch of Ireland ... ; to which is added a paper on 
the authorship of the "Exile of Erin" by a septuagenarian. — pt. II. A history 
of the Clan Eoghan, or Eoghanachts, descendants of Eoghan More, or Eugene 
the Great. 

CS498.C8 

3-465(>f- 

1086 Erdeswick. 

Erdeswick pedigree. Copied from an old vellum roll in the 
possession of Colonel Butler-Bowdon, of Pleasington . . . Lon- 
don, Priv. print., 1878. 

8 p. illus. (coats of arms) 29"™. 

CS4S9.E7 

9-18140t 

1086a Erskiue. 

The Honourable Henry Erskine, lord advocate for Scotland 
with notices of certain of his kinsfolk and of his time. Comp. 
from family papers and other sources of information. By 
Lieut.-Colonel Alex. Fergusson . . . Edinburgh and London, 
W. Blackwood & Sons, 1882. 

XX, 564 p. illus., 5 port. (incl. front.) geneal. tables (1 fold.). 22«"». 
Table showing the French and Italian descent of Lady Marie Stewart, coun- 
tess of Mar, comp. by Lady Elizabeth Cust. 
10866 

1086b The Erskine Halcro geneaxOgy: a genealogical study of 

the ancestors, kindred, and descendants of the Rev. Kenry 
Erskine, of Chirnside, Berwickshire, 1624-1696, and his wife, 
Margaret Halcro, of Orkney, 1647-1725, and their children, 
the Rev. Ebenezer Erskine of Stirling, 1680-1754, and the Rer. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 225 

1086b Erskine — Continued. 

Ralph Erskine of Dumfermline, 1685-1752, and their descend- 
ants. Contained in five tables, with explanatory notes to 
each. By Ebenezer Erskine Scott . , . London, G. Bell & son, 

1890. 

xvii, 49 p. incl. geneal. tables. 23^""^. 
Stewart of Barecube, Renfrewshire, table iii. 

CS479.E7 

10-16879 

See also Mar. DA768.3.M3C9 



Erving. See also Bowdoin. CS71.B786 1894 

Bowdoin. CS71.B786 1900 

Irving. 

Eshelby. See Exelby. 

Essex, Earls of. See Devereux. 

Estabrook. See Easterbrook. 

1087 Estes. 

Estes family. [Skowhegan, Me., The Argus print, 1892] 

17 p. 24"". 

Preface signed: W. R. G. Estea. 

CS71.E79 1892 

3-30923 

1088 Estes genealogies. 1097-1893. Comp. by Charles Estes 

. . . Printed for the family. Salem, Mass., E. Putnam, 1894. 

xvi, 401 p. front, (port.) platee, facsims. 24""*. 

CS71.E79 1894 

9-9772t 

1089 Esty. 

Isaac Esty of Topsfield, and some of his descendants. By 
Gay Esty Bangs . . . [Salem, 1899 ?] 
cover-title, 12 p. 24i'>"». 
From the Historical collections of the Essex institute, vol. xxxvr. 

CS71.E826 1899 

2-24697 

1090 Eustis. 

Genealogy of the Eustis family. By Henry Lawrence Eustis 
. . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1878. 
27 p. 25<'"i. 

"From the New-England historical and genealogical register for April, 1878." 

CS71.E91 1878 

9-9774t 

1091 Evans. 

The descendants of David Evans of Charlestown, Mass. To 
which is appended partial records of certain families connected 
\vith them by marriage. By S. A. Evans ... [n. p.] 1893. 

107 p. fold. map. 26J°»». 

CS71.E92 1893 

9-9773t 

35819°— 10 15 



226 LIBKARY OP CONGRESS 

Evans — Continued . 

1092 History of Nathaniel Evans of Cat Fish Creek, and his 

descendants, by James Daniel Evans . . . [Williamsburg? Ya., 

1905] 
viii, 99, iv p. illus., pi., ports. 25""*. 



CS71.E92 1906 



&-16609 



See also Dawson. CS71.D272 I874a 

Dupuy CS71.D946 1910 

Haynes. CS71.H424 1902 

Pound. CS71.P876 1904 

Evarts. See also Adams. CS71.A2 I894a 

1093 Evelyn. 

The Evelyns in America: compiled from family papers and 
other sources, 1608-1805. Ed. and annotated by G. D. Scull 
. . . Oxford, Printed for private circulation by Parker and co., 

1881. 

viii p., 1 1., [2], 392 p. front., pi., ports., 2 lold. maps. 21J'"°. 

"250 copies printed, no. 247." 

Contents. — George Evelyn, 1636-1649. — The first commander of Kent 
Island. — Robert Evelyn, 1634-1648. — Descendants of John Evelyn, of Kings- 
ton. — A description of the province of New Albion [by Beauchamp Plantag- 
enet]— Captain William Glanville Evelyn, 1774-1776.— Letters of Captain Wil- 
liam Glanville Evelyn. — William Evelyn, 1805. — Table of descent to illustrate 
Captain Evelyn's letters. — Lieut.-Col. William Harcourt, 1776-1777. — 
Appendix. 

CS71.E93 1881 

5-27471 

1094 Diary and correspondence of John Evelyn, f. r. s., to which 

is subjoined the private correspondence between King Charles i. 
and Sir Edward Nicholas and between Sir Edward Hyde, after- 
wards earl of Clarendon, and Sir Richard Browne; ed. from the 
original mss, at Wotton by William Bray, f. a. s. A new ed. . . . 
cor., rev,, and enl. London, G. Bell & sons, 1902. 

4 V. fronts., plates, ports., fold, geneal. tab. 18 J"™. (On cover: Bohn's 
historical library) 

DA447.E9A85 

4-17384 

See also Godolphin. 



1095 Everard. 

Sir Richard Everard, baronet, governor of the colony of 
North Carolina, 1725-1731, and his descendants in Virginia. 
By Marshall De Lancey Haywood. [Washington ? 1897 ?] 
12 p. illus. Hi"'". 
Caption title. 
"From Publications of Southern historical association." 

F267.H44 

4-30134 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 227 

1096 Everett. 

Descendants of Richard Everett ol" Dedham, Mass. By 
Edward Franklin Everett . . . Boston, Priv. print. [T. R. 
Marvin & son, printers] 1902. 

389 p. front., pi., port. 24"°'. 

CS71.E935 lOOa 

3-14592 

1097 Everhart. 

A history of the Everhart and Shower families, from 1744 to 

1888. Embracing six generations. Also a sketch of Manches- 
ter, Md. ... By O. T. Everhart . . . Hanover, Pa., O. T. Ever- 
hart, 1883. 

vi, [7]-106 p., 1 1., [107]-H2 p. 26«»». 
Interleaved. 

CS71.E936 1883 

9-9775t 

Eves. See Ives. 

Ewell. See also Glassell. F226.H41 

Ewing. See also Van Rensselaer. CS60.S7 

1098 Exelby. 

The genealogy of the family of De Eskelby or Exelby, of the 
North Riding of the county of York. By Henry Douglas 
Eshelby . . . [Birkenhead, Eng.] Priv. print., 1891. 

5p. l.,89p. illus. (coata of arms) col. map. 22^"". 

40 copies only printed for presentation, no. 26. 

Reprinted wdth additions from the Yorkshire archseolc^cal journal, v. 10, 

1889, p. 266-275, 423-430, 482-501. 

CS439.E8 

9-18139t 

Exeter, Earls of. See Cecil. 

Exilbie. See Exelby. 

Eymar. See Aymar. 

Eyre. See also Treman. CS7i.T78d 1001 

1099 Fabens. 

Some of the descendants of Jonathan Fabens, of Marblehead. 
By Geo. A. Perkins . . . Salem, Printed for the Institute, 1881. 
26 p. 25"". 
From Historical collections of Essex institute, vol. xviii. 

CS71.P114 1881 

9-9776t 

See also Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 



228 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1100 Fairbanks. 

Genealogy of the Fairbanks family in America, 1633-1897. 
By Lorenzo Sayles Fairbanks , . . Boston, Printed for the 
author by the American printing and engraving company, 1897. 

876 (i e. 882), xci p. front., plates, ports., col. coat of arms. 23"™. 

"Limited subscription edition." 

CS71.F164 1897 

9-9777t 

1101 Fairfax. 

The Fairfax correspondence. Memoirs of the reign of Charles 
the First. Ed. by George W. Johnson . . . London, R. 
Bentley, 1848. 

2 V. 4 port. (incl. fronts.) 22"'°. 

The last two volumes of the Fairfax correspondence, edited by Robert 
Bell, were published in 1849. 

DA396.F2J6 

4-14512 

1101a Memorials of the civil war: comprising the correspond- 
ence of the Fairfax family with the most distinguished person- 
ages engaged in that memorable contest. Now first published 
from the original manuscripts. Ed. by Robert Bell . . . Form- 
ing the concluding volumes of the Fairfax correspondence . . . 
London, R. Bentley, 1849. 
2 V. 4 port. (incl. fronts.) 22" 



4-14506 



Hcm 

DA407.F2B4 



1102 The Fairfaxes of England and America in the seventeenth 

and eighteenth centuries, including letters from and to Hon. 
William Fairfax, president of Council of Virginia, and his sons 
Col. George William Fairfax and Rev. Bryan, eighth Lord Fair- 
fax, the neighbors and friends of George Washington. By 
Edward D. Neill . . . Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell, 1868. 

234 p. geneal. tables (partly fold.) 23^"™. 

CS71.F167 1868 

9-9779 

1103 Descendants of Hon. William Fairfax of Belvoir, Virginia, 

U. S. A. [Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell, 1868] 

geneal. tab. 20^x34^"" fold, to 20^ x ISJ""*. 

Detached from "The Fairfaxes of England and America" by Edward 
Duffield Neill. 

CS71.F167 1868a 

1104 A life of the great Lord Fairfax, commander-in-chief of the 

army of the Parliament of England, by Clements R. Markham 
. . . London, Macmillan and co., 1870. 

xii p., 1 1., 480 p. front, (port.) illus., 2 maps, 5 plans. 22J"". 

DA407.F2M3 

4-14519 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 229 

Fairfax — Continued . 

1105 Arcana Fairfaxiana manuscripta. A manuscript volume 

of apothecaries' lore and house^^^fery nearly three centuries old, 
used, and partly written by the Fairfax family. Reproduced 
in fac-simile of the handwritings. An introduction by George 
Weddell. Newcastle-on-Tyne, Mawson, Swan, & Morgan, 1890. 
xlviiip., 11. facsim.: 206p. geneal. tab. 22J x IS""". 
Title in red and black. 
"The Fairfax family [and notices of related familiee]": p. xviii-xxix. 

IIS81.A66 

5-18048 

See also Thomas. CS71.T46 1878 

1106 Fairman. 

Descendants of John Fairman, of Enfield, Conn., 1683-1898. 
By Orrin Peer Allen . . . [Palmer, Mass., C. B. Fiske and com- 
pany, printers, 1898] 

32 p., 2 1., [33]-36 p. front, (port.) 22^"°. 

CS71.F172 1898 

»-9778t ^ 

1107 Fairweather. 

Memorandum regarding the Fairweather's of Menmuir parish, 
Forfarshire, and others of the surname, by Alexander Fair- 
weather. Ed., with notes, additions and corrections, by Wil- 
liam Gerard Don, m. d. Printed for private circulation. Lon- 
don, Dunbar & co., 1898. 

64, [4] p. 22"™. 

CS479.F3 

S-28.3:« 

Faneuil. See also Bethune. CS71.B563 1866 

Bethune. CS71.B663 1884 

Fannin. See Fanning. 

1108 Fanning. 

History of the Fanning family; a genealogical record to 
1900 of the descendants of Edmund Fanning, the emigrant an- 
cestor in America, who settled in Connecticut in 1653; to which 
is prefixed a general account of the Fanning family in Europe 
from Norman times, 1197, to the Cromwellian confiscations, 
1652-3, by Walter Frederic Brooks . . . Worcester, Mass., Priv. 
print, for the compiler, 1905. 

2 V. col. fronts., ilhis., plates, ports., fold, maps, plans, facsims., fold, 
geneal. tables. 26''". 

Paged continuously. 

"Edition limited to two hundred and ten copies of which this is no. 20." 

CS71.F213 1905 

5-33218 

See also BaHlie. CS71.B16 1898 

Fort. CS71.F736 1903 

Farington. See Farrington. 



230 LIBKARY OF CONGRESS 

1109 Farley. 

. . . The Farley, Fairlie, Farlo family a. d. 600-1900, 

with heraldry and arms by Randolph W. Farley. Nashua, 
N.H., 1902. 
8 p. 19«"". 
Preliminary sheets. 

CS71.F231 1002 

See also Fisher. CS71.F533 1890 

Foster. CS71.F756 1897 

Farmar. See Farmer. 

1110 Farmer. 

A history of Thomas and Anne Billopp Farmar, and some 
of their descendants in America, comp. from authentic docu- 
ments by Charles Farmar Billopp. New York, The Grafton 
press, 1907. 

xii, 125 p. front., plates, ports. 24"™. 

CS71.F234 1907 

8-10304 

1111 Farnham. 

Genealogy of the Farnham family. By Rev. J. M. W. 
Farnham ... 2d ed. with supplement. New York, The 
Baker & Taylor co., 1889. 

5 p. 1., 4-50 p. illus., coat of arms. 19"™. 

CS71.F236 1889 

9-9780 

1112 Farnsworth. 

Matthias Farnsworth and his descendants in America. A 
monograph. By Claudius Buchanan Farnsworth, Pawtucket, 
R. I., The author, 1891. 

122 p. 25<"°. 

Introduction signed: Edward H. Farnsworth. 

CS71.F237 1891 

9-9781t 

1113 Farnsworth memorial. Being a record of Matthias Farns- 
worth and his descendants in America. Gathered from authen- 
tic sources and comp. by Moses Franklin Farnsworth . . . 
Manti, Utah, L. A. Lauber, 1897. 

514 p. front., ports. 23"°'. 

CS71.F237 1897 

9-9782t 

Farquharson. See also Chattau. DA760.S25 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 231 

1114 Farrar. 

Memoir of the Farrar family. By a member of the N. E. 

hist. gen. society [Timothy Farrar. Boston, Printed for private 

distribution at the press of T. Prince, 1853] 

45 (i. e. 55) p. illus. 25<"°. 

CS71.F241 1863 

1-3183 

See also Barrett. F74.C8P8 

Whitmore. CS439.W6 1875 

1116 Farrington. 

The Farington papers. The shrievalty of William Ffaring- 
ton, esq.; A. d. 1636: documents relating to the civil war: and 
an Appendix, containing a collection of letters taken from the 
Ffarington correspondence between the years 1547 and 1688. 
Selected from the original manuscripts at Worden, and ed. by 
Susan Maria Ffarington. [Manchester] Printed for the Chet- 
ham society, 1856, 

2p. l,,xivp.,ll. 179 p., 5 plates. 23<"°. (Added t.-p. Chetham society. 
Remains historical and literary connected with the palatine counties of Lan- 
caster and Chester, vol. xxxix.) 

DA670.L19C6 vol.39 

1116 Farrington memorial. A sketch of the ancestors and 

descendants of Dea. John Farrington ... To which is appended 
the genealogy of his wife, Cynthia Hawes. [1st ed.] [Port- 
land, Me.] Pub. by the committee [Press of Southworth brothers] 
1880. 

23, [1] p. pi. 22'="». 
One of twelve copies issued with plate. 

Compiled by Daniel Farrington, John F. Blake, Anna E. Farrington, Rev. 
C. M. Blake. 

CS71.P246 1880 

9-9783t 

1117 Farrington memorial. A sketch of the ancestors and 

descendants of Dea. John Farrington ... To which is appended 
the genealogy of his wife, Cynthia Hawes. [2d ed.] [Port- 
land, Me.] The Committee, 1899. 

64 p. pi., port., diagr. 23^'="'. 
Published anonymously. 

Compiled by Daniel Farrington, J. F. Blake, A. E. Farrington, C. M. Blake. 
2d edition edited by Mrs. E. F. Southworth, A. R. Farrington, J. H. Bunce. 

CS71.F246 1899 

1-630 

See also Humfreville. CS71.H923 1903 



232 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1118 FarweU. 

Farwell ancestral memorial. Henry Farwell, of Concord and 
Chelmsford, Massachusetts, and all his descendants to the fifth 
generation : to which are added three branches — the families of 
DanieP, of Groton and Fitchburg, Mass., 1740-1815; Bethiah^, 
of Mansfield, Conn., and Westminster, Vt., 1747-1813; Eliza- 
beth^ of North Charlestown, N. H., 1751-1840, and their 
descendants to 1879. By David Parsons' Holton . . , and his 
wife, Frances-K.' (Forward) Holton . . . New York, D.-P.' 
Holton, 1879. 

viii, [2], 240, [8] p. 2 port., maps, charts (partly fold.) 24°™. 

CS71.F247 1879 

9-9784t 

See also Holton. cs71.h:758 1881 

Fassett. See also FoUett. CS71.F668 1806 

Walbridge. cs7i.wi5 1898 

1119 Fauconberge. 

The Fauconberge memorial: an account of Henry Faucon- 
berge, LL. D. of Beccles and of the endowment provided by 
his will to encourage learning and the instruction of youth; 
with notes and incidental biographical sketches. By S. Wilton 
Rix. Ipswich, Printed by J. M. Burton, 1849. 

iv, [4], 84 p. incl. illus., faceim. front., pi., fold. map. 25°™. 

CS439.F3 

3-12687 

Fauntleroy. See also Jones. CS71.J76 1891 

1120 Fawkes. 

The Fawkes's of York in the sixteenth century: including 
notices of the early history of Guye Fawkes, the gunpowder 
plot conspirator . . . Westminster, J. B. & J. G. Nichols, 1850. 

1 p. 1., 67 p. IQ^*"". 
By Robert Davies. 

CS439.F34 

9-12697 

1121 Faxon. 

The history of the Faxon family, containing a genealogy of 

the descendants of Thomas Faxon of Braintree, Mass. With a 

map locating the homesteads of the first four generations; 

accompanied by copious abstracts from the records of deeds 

and probate. Also a genealogy of branches of many allied 

families of Ballou, Barbour, Saxton, Washburn, Whitmarsh, 

and others. By George L. Faxon. Springfield, Mass., Press 

of Springfield printing company, 1880. 

XV, 377 p. front, (fold, map) 20°™. 

CS71.r281 1880 

9-9785t 

See also Vinton. CS71.V79 I858a 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 233 

1122 Fay. 

Fay genealogy; John Fay of Marlborough and his descend- 
ants. By Orlin P. Fay. Cleveland, O., J. B. Savage, 1898. 

420 p. ports. 23«"'. 

CS71.F282 1898 

1-18229 

See also Follett. CS71.F668 1896 

1123 Feather. 

Collections relating to the surname of Feather. By George 
W. Marshall, l. l. d. Worksop [R. White, printer] 1887. 

1 p. 1., 24, 4 p. 23<"». 

CS439.F39 

9-12698 

1124 Feeter. 

The history of William Feeter, a soldier in the war of American 
independence, and of his father, Lucas Vetter, the ancestor of 
the Feeter-Feder-Feader-Fader families in the United States 
and Canada, with genealogy of the family, comp. at the request 
of James D. Feeter by John B. Koetteritz . . . Little Falls, 
N. Y., Press of Stebbins & Burney, 1901. 

125 p. front, (coat of arme) 28J""". 

CS71.F206 1901 

1-26847 

1125 Felch. 

The memorial history of the Felch family in America and 
Wales. The earliest and latest records,— 1641-1881. By W. 
Farrand Felch . . . [Part 2] Columbus, O., Press of J. F. Ear- 
hart &C0., 1881. 

3 p. 1., [25]-49, [1] p. front, (port.) chart. 21J''». 

CS71.F311 1881 

9-9786t 

See also Bent. CS71.B475 1903 



1126 Felder. 

The Felder family of South Carolina, [n. p., 18 — ] 
cover-title, 12 p. 23<"°. 

4-24818t 



CS71.F312 18— 



1127 Fell. 

The Fells of Swarthmoor hall and their friends; with an 
account of their ancestor, Anne Askew, the martyr. A por- 
traiture of religious and family life in the seventeenth century, 
comp. chiefly from original letters and other documents, never 
before published. By Maria Webb ... 2d ed. Philadelphia, 
H. Longstreth, 1884. 

X, 468 p. incl. 2 facsim. front, igi"". 

5-16454 



234 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Pell — Continued. 

1128 Genealogy of the Fell family in America descended from 

Joseph Fell, who settled in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 1705: 

with some account of the family remaining in England, &c. . . . 

Comp. by Sarah M. Fell. [Philadelphia, Pa., A. H. Sickler & 

CO.] 1891. 

515 p. incl. front., pi., port, pi., facsim. 26^°™. 
Pub. by an association of the Fell family. 

CS71.P317 1801 

1-18230 

See also Hobinson. CS71.R66 1906 



1129 Fellows. 

The Fillow, Philo and Philleo genealogy. A record of the 
descendants of John Fillow, a Huguenot refugee from France. 
Comp. by D. H. Van Hoosear . . . Albany, N. Y., Printed by 
J. Munsell's sons, 1888. 

274 p. illus. (incl. ports.) col. pi. 23"™. 

CS71.F322 1888 

9-9787t 

See also Brown. F74.I6I8 vol. 16 



1130 Felt. 

The Felt genealogy. A record of the descendants of George 
Felt of Casco Bay. Comp. by John E. Morris. Hartford, Conn., 
Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 1893. 

568 p. 23i'"°. 

CS71.F326 1893 

9-9788t 

1131 Felton. 

A genealogical history of the Felton family; descendants of 
Lieutenant Nathaniel Felton, who came to Salem, Mass., in 
1633; with few supplements and appendices, of the names of 
some of the ancestors of the families that have intermarried with 
them. An index alphabetically arranged, of the Felton fami- 
lies . . . By Cyrus Felton . . . Marlborough [Mass.] Pratt 
brothers, printers and publishers, 1886. 

260 p. 25°«. 

CS71.F327 1886 

9-551 

1132 Fenner. 

Genealogy of the Fenner family . . . [By J. P.] Root. [New- 
port, R. I., 1886?] 

2 pt. in 1 V. pi. 23i'"». 

Paged continuously. 

Cover-title. 

"Reprinted from the Rhode Island historical magazine." 

CS71.F336 1886 
9-9789t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 236 

1133 Fenno. 

The Fenno family. By Allen H. Bent. Reprinted from New- 
Eng. historical and genealogical register for Oct., 1898. Boston, 
Printed by D. Clapp & son, 1898. 

11 p. 24<"°. 

CS71.F338 1898 

9-13262 

1134 Fenton. 

A genealogy of the Fenton family, descendants of Robert 
Fenton, an early settler of ancient Windham, Conn., (now 
Mansfield,) comp. by William L. Weaver . . . Willimantic, 
Conn., 1867. 

34 p. 26°'°. 

CS71.F341 1867 

9-9790 

1134a Family history of Jeremiah Fenton (1764-1841) of Adams 

County, Ohio, and his descendants. By William B, Brown. 
Des Moines, Iowa, 1910. 
xiii, [I5J-199 [71 p. incl. front., illua., facsim. 24"". 

CS71.F341 1910 

10-970S 

Fenwick. See also Stretcher. F163.S46 

1135 Ferguson. 

Records of the clan and name of Fergusson, Ferguson and 
Fergus; ed. for the clan Fergus(s)on society by James Ferguson 
and Robert Menzies Fergusson. Edinburgh, D. Douglas, 1895. 

XXX p., 1 1., 618 p. front., illus. (incl. ports.) col. plates. 23"°. 

Bibliography of the family: p. 514. 

CS479.F5 

9-19332t 

See also Forbes, CS479.F6 

Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

1136 Fermor. 

Genealogical collections illustrating the history of Roman 
Catholic families of England. Based on the Lawson manu- 
script. Pt. 1, no. 1. Fermor. Ed. by J. Jackson Howard . . . 
[and] H. Farnham Burke ... H. Seymour Hughes, sub-editor. 
[London] Priv. print., 1887- 

1 V. illus., plates, faceims, geneal. tables. 50"". 

CS438.L3 

8-37484 



236 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1137 Fernald. 

. . . Universal international genealogy and of the ancient 
Fernald families, with cronology [!] from creation found in the 
discovered lost rolls, primitive Bible, squares ... by Charles 
Augustus Fernald . . . [Boston? Mass., '^1910] 

6 p. 1., 432 p. col. front., illus. (incl. ports., faceims.) 36*"°. 

CS71.F362 1910 

10-6746 

See also Lay ton. CS71.L429 1885 



Ferree. See also Swope. CS71.S982 1896 

1138 Ferrers. 

The house of Ferrers. (In Ancestral stories and traditions 
of great families illustrative of P^nglish history. By John 
Timbs . . . London, 1869. ISi"-". p. 121-134) 

DA28.35.A1T5 

5-5847 

1139 Ferrier. 

Thomas Ferrier, and some of his descendants, comp. by Eliz- 
abeth Ferrier Lane. Elkhorn, Wis., The Independent, 1906. 

56 p. 22i°'°. 

CS71.P392 1906 

10-4267 

1140 Ferris. 

Partial genealogy of the Ferris family. Comp. by Charles E. 
Crowell . . . [Atlantic Highlands, N. J.] C. E. Crowell and A. 
Rasines [18991 

2p. 1., 60p. 25<"". 

CS71.F394 1899 

3-22488 

Ferry. See also Strong. CS71.S923 1871 

1141 Fetherston. 

The "London money" inquiry, with the lineage of Sir Henry 
Fetherston, bart. ... By W. M. Egglestone. Stanhope, W. M. 
Egglestone, 1876. 

24 p. geneal. tab. 22J''". 

CS439.F42 

9-11819 

Fetterman. See aha Fisher. CS71.F533 1890 

Ffarrington. See Farrington. 

Fickett. See also Bogardus. CS71.B674 1900 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 237 

1142 Field. 

A genealogical sketch of the family of Field, of the West 
Riding of Yorkshire, England, and of Flushing and Newtown 
in Long Island, N. Y. With a tabular pedigree. By Osgood 
Field . . . Albany, Printed for private distribution [Munsell, 
printer] 1863. 

12 p. fold. tab. 23i'"°. 

CS71.F463 1863 

3-9533 

1143 Pedigree of Feld, Feild or Field, of Horton, Shipley, 

Heaton and North Ouram, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, 
England; and of Flushing and Newtown, in Long Island, New 
York. [London, 187-] 

geneal. tab. 36 x 64'='" fold, to 22 J'^". 

By Joseph Foster. 0S71.F463 187- 

9-1017l)t 

1144 Genealogy of the Fields of Providence, Rhode Island, as 

traced b}" Mrs. Harriet A. Brownell . . . mainly from records 
and papei-s in Rhode Island. Printed for private distribution. 
Providence, J. A. & R, A. Reid, printers, 1878. 

65 p. 24'=°. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS71.F463 1878 

9-10178t 

1146 The Fields in England, and ancestry of the family in the 

United States. < Appendix to A brief account of the family 
of Rev. David D. Field, d. d.> [n. p., 188-] 

14 p., 1 1. illus. W"". 

Comp. by Henry Martyn Field. CS71.F453 188- 

8-3561 

1146 Record of the family of the late Rev. David D. Field, 

D. D., of Stockbridge, Mass. Comp. by his youngest son, 
Henry M. Field. [New York?] Printed only for the use of the 
family, 1880. 

132, [3]-15 p. illus. 23i«>". 

Appendix: The Fields in England: [3]-15 p. 

CS71.F463 1880 

0- 10177t 

1147 The Fields of Sowerby, near Halifax, England, and of 

Flushing, New York. With some notices of the families of 
Underbill, Bowne, Burling, Hazard, and Osgood. By Osgood 
Field . . . London, Printed for private circulation only, 1895. 

vii, 131, [1] p. front., plates, maps, geneal. tables. 30°™. 

CS71.F463 1896 

9-15013t 



238 LIBRARY OP CONGRESS 

Field — Continued. 

1148 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 des- 
cendants of the Fields of England, whose ancestor, Hurbutus 
de la Field, was from Alsace-Lorraine . . . By Frederick Clifton 
Pierce . . . Chicago, W. B, Conkey company, 1901. 
2 V. fronts., illus., plates, ports,, maps, facsims. 26^"'". 
Paged continuously. 

CS71.F453 1901 

2-16029 

1149 Some of the ancestors and the children of Anna Hall 

Field, wife of Comfort Hardon, esq., some time civil justice in 
Berkeley Co., W. Va. . . . Born December 26, 1797 . . . died 
September 14, 1854 . . . Comp. by Henry Winthrop Hardon . . . 
1904. [n. p., 1904?] 

geneal. tab. 48 x 46^°" fold, to 23i x 12i«'». 

0S71.F453 1004 

5-321{12t 

See also Pocahontas. 0S71.R747 1887 



1149a Fillebrown. 

Genealogy of the Fillebrown family, with biographical 
sketches, by Charles Bowdoin Fillebrown. Boston, Mass., The 
author, 1910. 

xvi, 178, XV p. plates, ports., plans, facsims. 24J*"". 

CS71.F486 1910 

10-9037 

Fillow. See Fellows. 

1150 Filmer. 

Memorials of the family of Fynmore, with notes on the origin 
of Fynmore, Finnimore, Phillimore, Fillmore, Filmer, etc., and 
particulars of some of those surnames from the year 1208, to 
the present time. By William P. W. Phillimore . . . London, 
The author, 1886. 

vii, 74 p., 2 1. front, (map) plates, fold, geneal. tab. 22 J"". 

CS439.F48 

9-11821 

Fillmore. See Filmer. 

Finch. See also Hill. CS71.H647 1907 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 239 

1151 Fincham. 

Historical notices and records of the village and parish of 
Fincham, in the county of Norfolk. By the Rev. William 
Blyth . . . King's Lynn, Printed by Thew & son, 1863. 

9 p. 1., 190, [4] p. front., illus., 5 plates, 9 geneal. tables. 23=™. 

The Finchams of Fincham, p. 106-190. DA690.F44B6 

4-14488 

Flnkle. See also Quisenberry. CS71Q9 1897 

1152 Finley. 

The Finleys of Bucks . . . [By Warren Smedley Ely. Doyles- 
town. Pa., 1902] 
4 p. 27'"". 
Caption title. 

CS71.P613 1902 

Finney. See also Lawson. CS71.L425 1903 

Finnimore. See Filmer. 

1152a Fish. 

The genealogy and descendants of Luke Fish, sr., in chrono- 
logical order from 1760-1904. Comp. by David Fish . . . 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1904. 

1 p. 1., 80 p. illus., ports. 22i«°. 

CS71.F632 1904 

10-7580 

See also Washington. CS69.W6 



1153 Fisher. 

Genealogy of Joseph Fisher, and his descendants, and of the 
allied families of Farley, Farlee, Fetterman, Pitner, Reeder and 
Shipman. Comp. by Clarence Woodward Fisher. [Troy, N . Y., 
Presses of E. H. Lisk, 1890] 

243 p. front., illus., plates, ports., facsims. 22 J*"". 

CS71.F633 1890 

&-10678t 

1154 . . . The Fisher genealogy. Record of the descendants of 

Joshua, Anthony and Cornelius Fisher, of Dedham, Mass. 
1636-1640. By Philip A. Fisher. Everett, Mass., Massachu- 
setts publishing company, 1898. 

viii, 466 p. illus., plan, facsim. 24®". 

CS71.F533 1898 

1-28299 

1166 Ancestors and children of Colonel Daniel Fisher and his 

wife Sybil Draper; a chart and biographical notes. Comp. and 
arr. by Robert Stewart . . . Philadelphia, 1899. 

33 p. fold, geneal. tab. 34i«'«» 

CS71.F633 1899 

Sopt. 14, 99-139 

See also Visscher. 



240 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1156 Fisk. 

The Fiske family. A history of the family (ancestral and 
descendant) of William Fiske, sen., of Amherst, N. H., with 
brief notices of other branches springing from the same ances- 
try. 2d and complete ed. Comp. and pub, by Albert A. Fiske, 
a descendant. Chicago, 111., A. A. Fiske, 1867. 

viii, 208, [1] p. i. e. 218. [1] p. illus., pi., geneal. tab. 21<"°. 

CS71.F538 1867 

9-10175t 

1157 Fiske and Fisk family. Being the record of the descend- 
ants of Symond Fiske, lord of the manor of Stadhaugh, Suffolk 
County, England, from the time of Henry iv. to date, including 
all the American members of the family. By Frederick Clifton 
Pierce . . . Chicago, '111., The author, 1896. 

3 p. 1., 654 p. illus., ports. 26i<">^. 

CS71.F538 1896 

9-10174t 

1158 The Fiske family papers, by Henry Ffiske . . . Norwich 

[Eng.] Fletcher and son, ltd. [1902 ?] 

xix, [2], [7J-439 p. incl. front, (port.) illus. col. pi., port., fold, map, fold, 
geneal. tables. 26^'^™. 
For private circulation. 
"American families" : p. [313]-[362] 

CS439.F5 

8-3122 

See also Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

Tucker. CS71.T89 1901 

Warren. 1886 

White. CS71.W686 1900 

1159 Pitch. 

Fitch genealogy. A record of six generations of the descend- 
ants of Deacon Zachary Fitch, of Reading, Mass. By Hon. 
Ezra S. Stearns . . . Boston, Printed by D. Clapp & son, 1902. 

23 p. 24^«'". 

"Reprinted from the New-England historical and genealogical register, 
vols. 55, 56." 

CS71.F545 1902 

2-12086 

See also Stranahan. CS71.S896 1868 

1160 Fite. 

The biographical and genealogical records of the Fite families 
in the United States, including sketches of the following fami- 
lies: Armstrong, Coldwell, Donnell, Levering, Mervine, Mitchell, 
Newton, Northcott, Odell, Randolph, Robertson, Shepherd, 
Stephenson, Tabb . . . Comp. ... by Elizabeth Mitchell Steph- 
enson Fite . . . New York, E. M. S. Fite , 1907. 

xi, [1], 13-153, xxii p. incl. front, (coat of arms) illus. 23^°". 

CS71.F646 1907 

7-22825 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 241 

1161 Fitts. 

Genealogy of the Fitts or Fitz family in America, by James 
Hill Fitts . . . Clinton, Printed by W. J. Coulter, 1869. 
vi p., 11., 91 p. 24<'°». 

CS71.F647 1860 

9-10173t 

1162 Genealogy of the Fitts or Fitz family in America by James 

Harris Fitts of Tuscaloosa, Ala. Albany, N. Y., Fort Orange 
press, 1897. 
170 (i. e. 171) p. front., illns., ports., geneal. tables. 29«™. 

CS71.F647 1897 

9-10172t 

- — /See aZso Alston. CS71.A46 1901 



Fitzalan. See also Arundel. CS439.A7 

Brown. CS439.B86 1903 

1163 Fitzgerald. 

The Geraldines, earls of Desmond, and the persecution of the 
Irish Catholics. Tr. from the original Latin, with notes and 
illustrations, by the Rev. C. P. Meehan . . . Dublin, J. Duffy; 
[etc., etc.] 1847. 

xii, 238 p. IS""*. 

By Daniel Daly. 

Published 1655 with title: Initium, incrementum et exitus familise Geral- 
dinorum Desmonise comitum. 

DA916.3.D4D2 

5-2694 

1163a The earls of Kildare, and their ancestors: from 1057 to 

1773. By the Marquis of Kildare. 2d ed. Dublin, Hodges, 
Smith & CO., 1858. 
viii, 320p. 23«°'. 

DA916.3.K6L6 

2-8370 

1164 The heiress of Kilorgan; or, Evenings with the old Geral- 
dines. By Mrs. J. Sadlier . . . New York, Boston [etc.] D. & J. 
Sadlier & co., 1867. 
vi, [5]-420 p. 19°"^. 

PZ3.S127H 

8-1661t 

1165 Unpublished Geraldine documents, ed. by the Rev. 

Samuel Hayman, a. b., and the Rev. James Graves . . . Dublin, 
Printed at the University press, by M. H. Gill, 1870-81. 
4 V. illus., pi., maps, plans, facsim., fold, geneal. tab. 25= 
Lettered: Part l[-4] 
35819°— 10 16 



^CS1 



242 LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS 

1166 Fitzgerald — Continued. 

Pt. 1-2 issued as "Vol. i," paged continuously; pt. 2-3 have no t.-p.; title 
of pt. 4 reads "Edited by the Rev. James Graves . . . Vol. iv." 

Published at the expense of Maurice and Abraham Fitz Gibbon. 

From the Journal of the Royal historical and archaeological association of 
Ireland, 3d ser.; v, 1, 4th ser.; v. 1, 4-5, 1869-81. 

Contents. — v. 1. The earls of Desmond: Mr. Thomas Russell's Relation of 
the fitz Geralds of Ireland, written ... 22° die Octobris ann° Dom. 1638. Notes 
[by S. Hayman] — [v. 2] The pedegree of theGeraldinesof Desmond, fromOterus 
of Windsor to Maurice Fitz Gerald . . . and from the sayd Maurice to James Fitz 
Garrett, the last earle of Desmond of that name. Notes [by J. Graves and D, 
MacCarthy] Appendix, by D. MacCarthy (Glas) — [v. 3] Pedigree of Fitz Gib- 
bon, Mac an tSen Riddery, or. The sept of the Old Knight. [Extract from the 
Cotter ms.] Continuation of the history of the Mac an tSen Riddery, by A. 
Fitz Gibbon. Notes [by Mary Agnes Hickson] Additional notes, by J. Graves. 
Pedigree of Lord Fitz Gerald and Vesey (Extinct) (Betham mss. B. M.) 
Notes, by Miss Hickson. The Gherardini of Tuscany [from a ms. tr. of Gamur- 
rini's History of the Gherardini family, v. 2, p. 111-138, supplemented by 
extracts from other works] Appendix, by M. A. Hickson. — v. 4. The pedegree 
of y® Whyte Knight. Notes [by J. Graves and W. M. Hennessy] Appendix. 

DA916.3.D4H5 

2-24134 

Fitz Gibbon. See also Fitzgerald. da916.3.D4H3 

Fitzherbert. /See aZso Brown. CS430.B85 1903 

1166 Fitz Randolph. 

The Fitz Randolphs of Massachusetts and Randolphs of Vir- 
ginia, by O. B. Leonard. 
11 1. 23=°'. 
Newspaper clippings mounted. 

CS71.F56 19— 

1-11976 

1167 Fitz Randolph traditions, a story of a thousand years, by 

L. V. F. Randolph . . . Published under the auspices of the 

New Jersey historical society. [New York, Riverside press] 

1907. 

134 p. incl. illus., plan, geneal. tables, front., plates, ports., fold, geneal. 

tab. 20=™. 

CS71.F56 1907 

8-3425 

Fitz Stephen. See Stevens. 

1168 Flagg. 

The descendants of Eleazer Flagg and his wife, Huldah 
Chandler of Grafton, Mass., including genealogies of the Flagg, 
Waters, Goddard and Hayden families. With notices of the 
Alden, Aldrich, Bennett, Benson, Bigelow, Bolster, Bond, 
Bradford, Bradway, Brooks, Burt, Carpenter, Chamberlain, 
Chandler, Colton, Cooke, Dole, Eastman, Emerson, Estabrook, 
Fabens, Fiske, Flanders, Flint, Forbush, Foskett, Goodell, 
Gould, Hale, Harrington, Hawks, Hayward, Hibbard, Hinds, 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 243 

1168 Flagg — Continued. 

Holbrook, Hunt, Knowlton, Krauss, Lange, Mclntire, Macom- 
ber, Martin, Merriam, Morron, Newton, Phelps, Presbrey, Rob- 
inson, Rockwood, Seymour, Taft, Tufts, Warren, Woodward, 
and many other families. Comp. by Charles Allcott Flagg. 
Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1903. 

ix, 228 p. front., plates, ports. 24J«'". 

CS71.F674 1003 

3-21559 

1169 Family records of the descendants of Gershom Flagg < bom 

1730 > of Lancaster, Massachusetts, with other genealogical 
records of the Flagg family descended from Thomas Flegg of 
Watertown, Mass. and including the Flegg lineage in England. 
Comp. and pub. by Norman Gershom Flagg and Lucius C. S. 
Flagg. [Quincy, 111., Cadogan-Hatcher mfg. co, printers] 1907. 

5 p. 1., 9-173 p. plates, ports., facsim. 24<'™. 
p. [161]-[166] blank for "Family records." 

CS71.F674 1007 

7-41553 

Flanders. See also Flagg. CS71.F674 1003 

Flanninghaiu. See also Jennings. CS71.J645 1800 

1170 Fleming. * V 

Biggar and the house of Fleming. An account of the Biggar 
district, archaeological, historical, and biographical. By William 
Hunter. . . 2d ed. Edinburgh, W. Paterson; [etc., etc.] 1867, 

5p. l.,623p. illus. 23«"». 

Added t.-p., engr. 

Rev. and enl. edition, 

DA800.B60H0 

2-5037 

See also Lawson. CS71.L426 1003 

Lowry. cs7i.Le3 I802 

Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

1171 Fletcher. 

Fletcher genealogy: an account of the descendants of 
Robert Fletcher, of Concord, Mass. By Edward H. Fletcher 
. . . Boston, Printed for the author, by A. Mudge & son, 1871. 

279 p. front, (port.) 23i<"°. 

CS71.F614 1871 

9-10171t 

1172 Genealogical and historical sketches of the Fletcher fam- 
ily; descendants of Robert Fletcher, of Concord, Mass., 1630; 
delivered at their second reunion at Lowell, Mass., August 21 
and 22, 1878, together with the proceedings and a complete 
list of members of the family attending the reunion. Lowell, 
Mass., G. M. Elliott, 1878. 
10 p. 24"». 

CS71.F614 1878 

9-10170t 



244 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Fletcher — Continued. 

1172a Fletcher family union. Articles of association. [Pros- 
pectus of a new edition of the Fletcher genealogy. Second 
Fletcher family re-union, held in the city of Lowell, Mass., 
August, 1878. Lowell, Mass., 1878]. 
12 p. 22"'". 
Caption title. 

CS71.F614 1878a 

9-15598 

1173 Fletcher family history. The descendants of Robert 

Fletcher of Concord, Mass. By Edward Hatch Fletcher. Bos- 
ton, The author, 1881. 

563 p., 1 1. front., pi., port. 23^'"°. 

CS71.F614 1881 

1-17837 

1174 Pedigree of the family of Fletcher, connecting with fam- 
ilies of Bracebridge and Keeling, Pickering and Keen, Blake- 
more, Best and Russell, Burton, Bainbrigge, and others. 
London, Mitchell and Hughes, 1882. 

1 p 1., 21 p. illus. 28^"™. 

CS430.F53 

9-19760 

See also Bronsdon. CS71.B869 1902 



1175 FUnt. 

A genealogical register of the descendants of Thomas Flint, 
of Salem, with a copy of the wills and inventories of the estates 
of the first two generations. Compiled by John Flint and 
John H. Stone. Andover, W. F. Draper, 1860. 
150 p. 23« 



}cin 



CS71.F624 1860 



3-7931 



See also Barrett. F74.C8P8 

Driver. CS71.D782 1889 

Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

Morris. CS71.M876 1882 

Flournoy. See also Cabell. cs7i.cii 1895 

Habersham. CS71.H114 I90l 

Henry. CS71.H523 1900 

Flower. See also Washington. CS69.W5 

Flynt. See Flint. 

Foard. See Ford. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 245 

1176 Fogg. 

A short genealogical account of a few of the families of the 
early settlers in Eliot. And of a branch of the Moody family: 
from the time they emigrated to this country to the year 1850. 
[By William Fogg] Saco, A. A. Hanscom, printer, 1851. 

22 p. 17^0™. 

CS71.F666 1861 

3-5653 

1177 Genealogy of the Fogg family, descendants of Samuel 

Fogge. Comp. by Mrs. Horace Fogg . . . Lewiston, Me., 
Printed by G. A. Callahan, 1903. 

49 p. 21i<'°>. 

CS71.F666 1903 

5-25473 

1178 The Fogg family of America. The reunions of the Fogg 

families . . . 1902-1906. Addresses, poems, newspaper reports 
and memories. Ed. by Mrs. A. J. Fogg and J. L. M. Willis . . . 
Eliot, Me., Historical press, 1907- 

1 V. front. 24«°». 

CS71.F666 1907 

8-21546 

1179 Folkard. 

A monograph of the family of Folkard of Suffolk . . . 
Comp. by Arthur Crouch Folkard ... [n. p.] Priv. print. 
[1890-97] 

3 V. 2 pi., 11 fold, geneal. tab. 28^'"°. 

"Forty copies only printed and for private circulation." 

8-37482 



CS439.F66 



1180 Follansbee. 

Report to the Follansbee association, U. S. A. Made by 
Columbus Smith, a. d. 1865. Containing information now 
in his possession and in the possession of the different branches of 
the Follansbee family in America, relative to the Follansbee 
property in England; likewise several genealogies of different 
branches of the family . . . Middlebury [Vt. The Association] 
1865. 

28 p. 22"'". 

CS71.F663 1866 

1-101% 

1181 Follett. 

The Follett-Dewey Fassett-Safford ancestry of Captain Mar- 
tin Dewey Follett (1765-1831) and his wife Persis Fassett 
(1767-1849) ... By Harry Parker Ward . . . [Columbus, O., 
Champlin printing company] 1896. 

277 p. incl. illus., plates, ports., map. front. 24""'. 

Half-title: Follett-Dewey Fassett-Safford Hopkins-Robinson-Fay genealogy 
and history. 

CS71.F665 1896 

0-10169t 



246 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1181a Follmer. 

History of the Follmer family, comp. and ed. by Charles 
Carroll Follmer . . . [Grand Rapids? Mich.] 1899. 
1 p. 1., 2-128 p. 21^"™. 
63 blank pages included in the paging. CS71.F668 1890 

10—15239 

1182 Folsom. 

Descendants of the first John Folsom, through Dea. John, 
Lieut. Peter, and Ephraim Folsom. Boston, For private dis- 
tribution [D. Clapp & son, printers] 1876. 
29 p. 26«™. 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for April, 1876. 
Comp. by Nathaniel Smith Folsom. 

CS71.F671 1876 

9-10168t 

1183 A genealogy of the Folsom family: John Folsom and his 

descendants. 1615-1882. By Jacob Chapman, a. m. Con- 
cord, N. H., Printed by the Republican press association, 1882. 
297 p. front., port. 23" 



CS71.F671 1882 



9-10167t 



1184 John Foulsham. Hingham, England, 1638; Hingham, 

Mass., 1638; Exeter, N. H., 1659. By Walter K. Watkins. 
[n. p., 1900] 

cover-title, 7 p. 2 pi. 23^"^^. 
"no. 112, for the Library of Congress." 

Reprinted from Year book of the Society of colonial wars of the Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts for 1900. — Publication no. 6. 

CS71.r671 1900 

3-14593 

1185 Fontaine. 

Documents, chiefly unpublished, relating to the Huguenot 
emigration to Virginia and to the settlement at Manakin-Town, 
with an appendix of genealogies, presenting data of the Fon- 
taine, Maury, Dupuy, Trabue, Marye, Chastain, Cocke, and other 
families ed. and comp. for the Virginia historical society by R. A. 
Brock . . . Richmond, Va., Pub. by the Society, 1886. 

XX p., 1 1., 247 p. fold. plan. 25^°™. (Half-title: Collections of the Vir- 
ginia historical society. New series, vol. v) 

r221.V82 n. s. vol.6 

1-89 

1186 Foot. 

The Foote family: or, The descendants of Nathaniel Foote, 
one of the first settlers of Wethersfield, Conn., with genealogical 
notes of Pasco Foote, who settled in Salem, Mass., and John 
Foote and others of the name, who settled more recently in New 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 247 

1186 Foot — Continued. 

York. By Nathaniel Goodwin . , . Hartford, Press of Case, 
Tiffany and company, 1849. 

2 p. 1., [iii]-xlvi, [47]-360 p. porta. 22i«"°. 

For additions to thia work see Lucy A. Brainard, A Bupplement to the Foote 

eenealoffv. 

CS71.F688 1849 

7-27764 

1187 Memorial of Elder Adoniram Foot. The sermon preached 

at his funeral, in the Presbyterian church, Turin, N. Y. May 1st, 
1866. By Rev. E. B. Parsons . . . With an appendix, contain- 
ing some reminiscences and genealogical notes, supplemental to 
the genealogy of the Foot family. Comp. by Rev. John B. Foot. 
Rome, N. Y., Printed by Sandford & Carr, 1867. 

31, [1] p. 23°'". 

Published by request of the family. 

CS71.F688 1867 

9-10166t 

1188 A supplement to the Foote genealogy, comp. by Nathaniel 

Goodwin, of Hartford, Conn., in 1849. Giving the descendants 
of Nathaniel Foote, of the seventh generation from Nathaniel 
Foote, one of the first settlers in Wethersfield, Conn., by Lucy A. 
Brainard . Morrisville, N. Y., Spooner & Stillman, printers, 
1886. 

26 p. 22«». 

CS71.Fe88 1886 

7-27705 

See also Holton. CS71.H768 1881 



Footman. See also Habersham. cs71.b:ii4 looi 

1188a Forbes. 

The genealogy of the house of Tolquhon. [Aberdeen, Printed 
at the Constitutional office, by W. Bennett, pref. 1839] 
20 p., 11. 21^"°'. 
Title vignette (coat of arms). 

Genealogy of the Tolquhon branch of the Forbes family. 
Preface signed: J. D. i. e., J. Davidson. 

CS479.F6 1839 

10-16877 

1188b Memoranda relating to the family of Forbes of Water- 
ton, from a MS. of the deceased John Forbes (b. 1754, who 
was served heir to the last Thomas Forbes of Waterton in 
1775), and is now printed solely for the use of members of the 
family. Aberdeen, Printed by D. Chalmers & company, 1857. 
1 p. 1., 18 p., 1 1., [19J-61 p. front., col. pi., IV geneal. tab. (3 fold.) coat 
of arms. 25 J""*. 

CS479.F6 1867 

10-16878 



248 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Forbes — Continued . 

1189 Two Scottish soldiers, a soldier of 1688 and Blenheim, a 

soldier of the American revolution, and A Jacobite laird and his 
forbears, [The Forbeses of Blackton] by James Ferguson. Aber- 
deen, D. Wyllie & son, 1888. 

ix, [3], 162 p. front., illus., port. 23"™. 

DA805.F36 

2-27359 

1190 — — Memorials of the family of Forbes of Forbesfield, with notes 
on connected Morgans, Duncans and Fergusons ; by Alexander 
Forbes. Aberdeen, The King's printers, 1905. 
ix, 134 p., 1 1. front., 2 pi., ports. 25^ x 19^°™. 
Title in red and black. 

CS479.F6 
5-40627 

See also Walbridge. CS71.W15 1898 



Forbush. See also Flagg. CS71.F674 1903 

Ford. See also Lancaster. CS71.L245 1902 

1191 Fordyce. 

The Fordyce family. By J. Percy Crayon . . . [Rockaway, 
N. J., 190-?] 
[2] p. 171-"". 
Caption title. 

CS71.F713 190- 

5-162 

See also Jennings. CS71.J545 1899 



1192 Forman. 

Three revolutionary soldiers: David Forman, (1745-1797). 
Jonathan Forman, (1755-1809). Thomas MarshForman, (1758- 
1845). [Cleveland, The Forman-Bassett-Hatch co., 1902] 

28 p. incl. front., ports. 19"™. 

Sketch of David and Thomas Marsh Forman by Charles Forman; sketch of 
Jonathan Forman, by Mrs. Helen L. Fairchild. cf, Pref. 

CS71.F724 1903 

4-6827 

1193 The Forman genealogy. Descendants of Robert Forman 

of Kent Co., Maryland, who died in 1719-20; also descendants 
of Robert Forman of Long Island, New York, who died in 1671 : 
the Forman family of Monmouth Co. , New Jersey ; together with 
notices of other families of the name of Forman. Comp. prin- 
cipally by Miss Anne Spottswood Dandridge for Mrs. E. P. Dis- 
mukes of Columbus, Ga. Cleveland, O., The Forman-Bassett- 
Hatch CO., 1903. 

151 p. front., plates, ports. 28<"°. 

CS71.F724 1903 
5-26134 

Forney. See also Swope. 0S71.S982 1896 



AMERICAN A-ND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 249 

1194 Forrest. 

A history of the antecedents and descendants of William and 
Dorothy Worthen Forrest, of Canterbury borough, N. H., with 
many biographical sketches and family portraits. Eight gen- 
erations. Concord, N. H., Printed by the Republican press 
assoc, 1897. 

140, [4] p. front., pi., ports. 23='". 

Comp. by Mrs. Lucy R. Cross, Marshall P. Hall and Flora E. Forrest. 

CS71.F729 1807 

9-1054 It 

1195 Forry. 

The descendants of John Forry, 1805-1898 ... Ed. and 
comp. by Geo. W. Wagenseller . . . Middleburgh, Pa., Wagen- 
seller publishing company, 1898. 

cover title, [172]-180. ISi*"". 

"These pages are taken from 'The history of the Wagenseller family in 

America.'" 

CS71.r734 1898 

4-24832 

See also Wagenseller. CS71.W132 1898 

Porshee. See also Cole. CS71.C69 1876 

Forster. See Foster. 

1196 Forsyth. 

A genealogical record. Forsyth of Nydie. By Forsyth de 
Fronsac [pseud, of Frederic Gregory Forsyth.] New Market, Va., 
Henkel & co., printers and publishers, 1888. 
28 p., 1 1. 23«". 
Ms. emendations. 

CS71.F736 1888 
1-695 

1197 Fort. 

Memoirs of the Fort and Fannin families. Ed. and comp. by 
Kate Haynes Fort. Chattanooga, Press of Macgowan & Cooke 
CO., 1903. 

232 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 21^"™. 

Contents. — Preface. — Memoirs of Martha Low Fort. — Memoirs of Kate 
Haynes Fort. — Death of Dr. Tomlinson Fort, 1859. (From the Atlanta medical 
and surgical journal, June 1859) — Sketch of Dr. Fort, by Judge J. Hillyer. 
(From Atlanta med. & surg. journ. May 1885) — Battle of Twelve Mile Swamp, 
or Davis Creek, by J. P. Fort. — Public life of Dr. Tomlinson Fort, by G. F. 
Milton. — Last campaign First Georgia regulars, by J. P. Fort. — "Uncle Joe," 
a family portrait, by Fannie F. Brown. — A war-wedding in 1865, by Sarah F. 
Milton. — A story of Arthur Fort, by Sarah F. Milton. — A story of Neddy Pace, 
by Sarah F. Milton. — Fannin and his men. — Appendix: Commission of Tom- 
linson Fort, jr. Memoranda furnished by J. L. Brown. Copy of family record 
(Fort). Copy of family record (Fannin). James Fannin's will. The Fanning 
family. Invitation from Mr. and Mrs. Clay. Sketch of Nancy Allston. 
Sketch of Wilkes Flagg. Genealogy of families Tomlinson and Martha Low 

Fort. 

CS71.r736 1903 

4-3266 



250 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1198 Fortescue. 

The works of Sir John Fortescue, knight . . . Now first col- 
lected and arranged by Thomas (Fortescue) lord Clermont. 
London, Printed for private distribution, 1869. 

2 V. fronts., illus., plates, ports., facsims., geneal. tables. 35"". 

Half-title: Sir John Fortescue, knight, his life, works, and family history 
in two volumes. 

Vol. 2: A history of the family of Fortescue in all its branches. By Thomas 
(Fortescue) lord Clermont. 

10-7968 



Forward. 


See also Holton. 


CS71.H758 


1881 




Moore. 


CS71.M82 


1903 


Fosbett. 


See also Flagg. 


CS71.r574 


1903 



1199 Foster. 

The pedigree and descendants of Jacob Forster, sen. of 
Charlestown, Mass. By Edward Jacob Forster . . , Charles- 
town [C. S. Wason & co.] 1870. 

25 p. 20i<"°. 

"100 privately printed . . . no. 64." 

CS71.F766 1870 

»-10548t 

1200 Family of Foster, of Charlestown, Mass. . . , [Commu- 
nicated by Edward J. Forster, m. d. and W. S. Appleton, a. m. 
Boston, 1871] 

6 p. 25i'=™. 

"Reprinted from the New-England historical and genealogical register for 

January, 1871." 

CS71.F766 1871 

5-30325 

1201 The Foster family. One line of the descendants of 

William Foster, son of Reginald Foster, of Ipswich, Mass. 
By Perley Derby . . . Boston [D. Clapp & son] 1872. 

35 p. 24^"'". 

No. 27 of an edition of 200 copies. 

Privately printed. Interleaved. 

CS71.F756 1872 

2-10262 

1202 Fosters of Dowsby and Moulton, co. Lincoln. Comp. by 

Everard Green . . . London, Mitchell & Hughes, printers, 1875. 

6 p. 29'"". 

Reprinted from the 'Miscellanea genealogia [!] et heraldica' of November, 

1875, for W. E. Foster, esq. 

CS439.F6 1876 
9-18134t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 251 

Foster — Continued . 

1203 A genealogy of the Fo(r)ster family. Descendants of 

Reginald Foster, who settled in Ipswich, Essex County, Mass. 
A. D. 1638. By Edward Jacob Forster, m. d. . . . Boston, 
Printed by D. Clapp & son, 1876. 

24 p. 25J<"°. 

"Reprinted from the Historical and genealogical register." 

CS71.F756 1876 

9-17610 

1204 The grandchildren of Col. Joseph Foster, of Ipswich and 

Gloucester, Mass. 1730-1804. Comp. by Joseph Foster . . . 
Philadelphia, 1885. 

32 p. 23i'"°. 

CS71.F766 1886 

10-4260 

1206 Foster record: an account of Thomas Foster of Billerica, 

Massachusetts, and some of his descendants; with appendices 
relating to inter-marriages; Chillingsworth, Freeman, Winslow, 
Lewis, King; compiled by Frank Mortimer Hawes . . . Somer- 
ville, Mass., F. E. Bradford, printer, 1889. 

X, 139 p. front., pi., port., geneal. tab. 25^°". 

CS71.F756 1889 

3-4160 

1206 Pedigree of Jesse W. Foster. In lines of Foster, Coggin, 

Farley, Phelps, Burritt, Curtiss, Lord, Smith, Webster, and 
allied families. By Geo. E. Foster. Ithaca, New York, West 
Hill press, 1897. 

4 p. 1., [402] p. illus., plates, porta., facsims. 19°°. 

Various paging. 

One line of the Burritt family . . . comp. by Mary L. Foster. 

CS71.r766 1897 

9-10547t 

1207 The ancestry of Lydia Foster wife of Stephen Lincoln of 

Oakham, Mass. Compiled by John E. Morris. Hartford, 
Conn., Case, Lockwood & Brainard co., 1898. 

26 p. 23'=«. 

CS71.F766 1898 

1-27664 

1208 Foster 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. With wills, inven- 
tories, biographical sketches, etc. Also the record of all other 
American Fosters. By Frederick Clifton Pierce . . . Published 
by the author. Chicago, Press of W. B. Conkey company, 1899. 

1081 p. incl. front., illus. (incl. ports.) 26^"™. 

CS71.F756 1899 

3-20608 



252 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Foster — Continued . 

1209 Notes on the Foster family of Dowsby and Moulton, co. 

Lincoln, and their marriage connections. By W. E. Foster . . . 

London, M. Hughes and Clarke, 1907. 
xii, 82 p. 29°^, 



8-16924 



CS430.F6 1907 



See also Backhouse. cs439.bi8 

Chute. 0S71.C564 1894 

Dwight. CS71.D991 1874 

Kaufman. CS71.K21 1892 

Foulke. See also Lancaster. 0S71.L245 1902 

Fourdrinier. See also Withie. CS439.W64 

Fowke. See also Glassell. ' F226.H41 

1210 Fowler. 

William Fowler, the magistrate, and one line of his descend- 
ants. By William Chauncey Fowler, [n. p., 1867] 
12 p. 25°°'. 
Caption title. 

CS71.F788 1867 
9-10546t 

1211 The genealogy of the wives of the Fowlers, in one line 

from William, the magistrate, by William Chauncey Fowler, 
[n. p., 186-?] 

13-34 p. 241="'. 
Caption title. 

The genealogy of the wives of the Chaunceys in one line from President 
Charles Chauncey: p. 25-34. 

CS71.F788 186- 

10-4261 

1212 The Fowler family : a genealogical memoir of the descend- 
ants of Philip and Mary Fowler, of Ipswich, Mass. Ten genera- 
tions : 1590-1882. By a descendant, Matthew Adams Stickney. 
Salem, Mass., Printed for the author, Salem press, 1883. 

xxii p., 1 1., 247 p. col. pi., ports. 24»»*. 

CS71.F788 1883 

9-10545t 

1213 Our predecessors and their descendants. By Kobert Lud- 
low Fowler. [New York] Priv. print, for circulation among the 
family, 1888. 

78 p. geneal. tab. 27i°"». 

CS71.F788 1888 
»-17829 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 253 

Fowler — Continued. 

1214 Annals of the Fowler family, with branches in Virginia, 

North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, 
Mississippi, California, and Texas. Comp. and ed. by Mrs. 
James Joyce Arthur (Glenn Dora Fowler Arthur) . . . Austin, 
Tex., The author, 1901. 

2 p. 1., xvi, 327 p. front., illus., pi., port., facsim. 20^"". 

CS71.F788 1901 

2-17583 

1215 Pox. 

John Foxe the martyrologist and his family. By William 

Winters. {In Royal hist. soc. Transactions. London, 1877. 

22i«'°. V. 5, p. 28-82) 

DA20.B9 voL 6 

1216 Thomas Fox of Concord and his descendents [!] By Wil- 
liam F. Fox. Albany, J. B. Lyon company, printers, 1909. 

69 p. 26i''«. 

CS71.F79 1909 

»-11031 

See also Dawson. CS71.D272 1874a 

Swain. CS71.S97 1896 

Pranceis. See Francis. 

Franche. See also Mylne. NA972.M9 

1217 Francis. 

Family records of some of the descendants of Robert Francis 
of Wethersfield, Conn. Comp. by Carrie E. Chatfield. [Minne- 
apolis ?] 1900. 

[19] p. 22i"°'. 

CS71.F818 1900 

1-10189 

1218 Francis; descendants of Robert Francis of Wethersfield, 

Conn. Genealogical records and fragments of history of the 
various branches of the Francis families of Connecticut origin, 
also records of some other Francis families, comp. by Charles E. 
Francis. New Haven, The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor com- 
pany, 1906. 

viii p., 2 1., [3]-217 p. incl. plates, ports. 24''"». 
Note signed: E. F. P. i. e. Ella Francis Phillips. 

CS71.F818 1906 

7-20974 

See also French. 



Francus. See French. 



254 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1219 Franklin. 

The Franklin ancestry and descendants in the Colonel Louis 
Bache (1779) line to 1889, interspersed with historic© genea- 
logical events. An appendix added, [n. p., 1889] 

cover-title, 8 p. 23"™. 

Caption title: Our family tree. 

Comp. by William Bache. 

CS71.F833 1889 

3-6671 

1220 Franklin as a genealogist. By John W.Jordan. [Philadel- 
phia? 1899] 

24 p. front, (port.) facsims. (incl. fold, geneal. table) 25"™. 
Reprinted from "The Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography," 
April, 3899. 

CS71.F833 1899 

Feb. 14, 1901-124 

See also Morris. CS71.M876 1898-1909 

Washington. E187.6.S88 

1221 Fraser. 

Historical account of Frisel or Fraser, particularly Fraser of 
Lovat, embracing various notices, illustrative of national cus- 
toms and manners, with original correspondence of Simon, 
lord Lovat, &c., by John Anderson . . . Edinburgh, W. Black- 
wood; [etc., etc.] 1825. 

viii p., 1 1., 208 p. front., illus., pi., 2 geneal. tab. 29^"™. 

CS479.F8 1826 

4-23642 

1222 The Frasers of Philorth, by Alexander Fraser of Phil- 

orth, seventeenth lord Saltoun . . . Edinburgh, 1879. 

3 V. illus., 5 pi., 22 port. (incl. fronts.) 10 facsim. 25i"». 

"One hundred and fifty copies. Printed for private circulation, no. 104." 

Ex libris. 

DA768.3.P7S3 

^21029 

1223 History of the Frasers of Lovat, with genealogies of the 

principal families of the name : to which is added those of Dun- 
balloch and Phopachy. By Alexander Mackenzie . . . Inver- 
ness, A. &. W. Mackenzie, 1896. 
xvi, 761 p. 29""^. 

CS479.F8 1896 

8-27171 

1224 Chronicles of the Frasers; the Wardlaw manuscript enti- 
tled ' Polichronicon seu policratica temporum, or, The true 
genealogy of the Erasers.' 916-1674. By Master James Fraser 
... ed. from the original manuscript, with notes and introduc- 
tion, by William Mackay. Edinburgh, Printed at the Univer- 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 255 

1224 Fraser — Continued. 

sity press by T. and A. Constable, for the Scottish history 
society, 1905. 

xlv p., 1 1., 557 p. illus., facsim. 23'"'. (Half-title: Publications of the 
Scottish history society, vol. xlvii) 



DA760.S25 vol 47 



5-12366 



1225 Persifor Frazer's descendants. [By Persifor Frazer . . . 

Philadelphia, 1906-071 

2 V. front, (port., v. 2) plates, map, facsims. 27i°°*. 

No general t.-p. Title taken from back of cover. 

Contents. — v. 1. Notes and papers of or connected with Persifor Frazer in 

Glasslough, Ireland, and his son, John Frazer of Philadelphia, 1735 to 1765. — 

v. 2. General Persifor Frazer, a memoir, compiled principally from his own 

papers. 

CS71.r848 1906-07 

7-34248 

1225a Some account of Capt. John Frazier and his descendants, 

with notes on the West and Checkley families, by Josiah Gran- 
ville Leach . . . Philadelphia, Printed for private circulation 
by J. B. Lippincott company, 1910. 

ix, [1], 138 p. 1 1. col. front, (coat of arms) plates, ports., facsims., fold, 
geneal. tab. 24 J'^™. 

Title within ornamental border. 

" One hundred and thirty-five copies of this book have been printed from 
the type." 

CS71.F848 1910 

10-1349; 

1226 Freeman. 

Freeman genealogy . . . [Comp. by Frederick Freeman] Private 
ed. Boston, Franklin press. Rand, Avery, and company, 1875. 

456 p., 1 1. illus. 26«"». 

Contents. — pt. 1. Memorial of Edmund Freeman of Sandwich, and his 
descendants. — pt. 2. Memorial of Samuel Freeman of Watertown, and his 
descendants. — pt. 3. Notes, historical and genealogical, of families of the name 
of Freeman, distinct from parts 1 and 2, or whose connection is not clearly 
ascertained. 



9-10544t 



CS71.F866 1876 



1227 Freeman genealogy . . . Private ed. Los Angeles, C. E. 

Bireley co. press, 1901. 
52, [2] p. col. illus. 24^"'°. 

Contents. — pt. 1. Early history of the Freemans of Surrey, and London, 
in England comp. by G. Anjou. — pt. 2. Memorial of Henry Freeman, of Wood- 
bridge, New Jersey, and some of his descendants, comp. by T. F. Chambers. — 
pt. 3. Memorial of Edward Freeman, of Woodbridge, New Jersey, and his 
descendants, comp. by D. Freeman. 

0S71.r856 1901 

1-10746 

See also Capron. CS71.C254 1859 

Foster. CS71.F766 1889 



256 LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS 

1228 Freer. 

Freer, sometime of Essendie, Innernethy, and Woodlands, 
in the county of Perth. Lond., 1876. 
geneal. tab. (28 x 44"™) fold, to 28i x 23^=™. 

Reprinted from Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, let eer., v. 2, p. 70. 

CS439.F7 

2-26602 

1229 Freese. 

Freese families, by John Wesley Freese; pub. jointly by 
the author and Benjamin Marsh Frees and Edwin Abraham 
Freese, all great-grandsons of Abraham Frees, 1749-1800. 
[Cambridge, Mass., Caustic-Claflin co., printers, 1906?] 

78 p. 15 pi. (incl. ports.) 24""'. 

CS71.F857 1906 

6-36449 

Frelinghuysen. /See aZso Van Rensselaer. CS69.S7 

1230 Fremont. 

La famille Fremont; par Pierre-Georges Roy. L6vis [Can.] 
1902. 
84 p. illue. (incl. ports.) 22"™. 
"Tir6 k 100 exemplaires." This copy unnumbered. 
Branche americaine, p. 69-79. 



CS90.F8 



3-20237 



1230a French. 

The family, ancestors and descendants of Captain John 
French, of Stoughton, Mass. By Sidney French. Randolph, 
Mass. Printed by S. P. Brown, 1870. 

12 p. 23i<="^. 

CS71.F876 1870 

10-11370 

1231 John French, of Braintree, Massachusetts. Notes on the 

Frenches in connection with France, England, Ireland, Scot- 
land, and the United States. Comp. by A. D. Weld French. 
[First part] Boston, Press of T. R. Marvin & son, 1885. 

13 p., 1 1. 24^"™. 

CS71.F876 1886 

&-10165t 

1232 Notes on the surnames of Francus, Franceis, French, etc. 

in Scotland, with an account of the Frenches of Thorndykes. 
By A. D. Weld French . . . Boston, Priv. print., 1893. 
109 p. 24"™, 

"Only three hundred copies printed, of which this is no. 202. George H. 
Ellis." 

CS479.F86 

9-19125^ 



CH 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 257 

French — Continued. 

1233 County records of the surnames of Francus, Francois, 

French, in England. A. d. 1 100-1350, by A. D. Weld French . . . 
Boston, Priv. print., 1896. 

xiv, 594 p. 24''°». 

Only five hundred and twenty-five copies printed, of which this is no. 403. 

CS439.P76 

9-18137t 

1234 Genealogy of the descendants of Thomas French who came 

to America from Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire, England, 
and settled in Berlinton (Burlington) in the province and coun- 
try of west New Jersey, of which he was one of the original pro- 
prietors, together with William Penn, Edward Byllynge, Thomas 
Ollive, Gauen Laurie and others, with some account of colonial 
manners and doings . . . together with one hundred and fifty 
picture prints; comp. and pub. by Howard Barclay French . . . 
V. 1- Philadelphia, Priv. print., 1909- 

1 V. front., illus. plates, ports., faceima. 26J*™. 

CS71.F876 1009 

»-11521 

See also Tucker. CS71.T89 1901 

Vinton. CS71.V79 1868a 

1235 Fretz. 

A brief history of John and Christian Fretz and a complete 
genealogical family register. With biographies of their descend- 
ants from the earliest available records to the present time . . . 
By Rev. A. J. Fretz . . . With an introduction by J. Freeman 
Hendricks . . . Elkhart, Ind., Mennonite publishing co., 1890. 

607 p. front., plates, porta. 20J«"». 

CS71.F888 1890 

9-10164t 

1235a Frost. 

Genealogy of the Frost family. Elliot, York County, Maine, 
[n. p., 1852] 
[3]-27pp. 22"'". 
Caption title. 
Comp. by Usher Parsons. 

CS71.F939 

2-5513. 

1236 The Frost family in England and America with special 

reference to Edmund Frost and some of his descendants, by 
Thomas G. Frost, ph. d., ll. d., and Edward L. Frost, m. d. 
Buffalo, Russell printing company, 1909. 

165, xii p. front., plates, ports. 23J<"°. 

CS71.F939 1909 

10-6532 

35819°— 10 17 



258 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Frost — Continued . 

See also Barlow. 0S71.B27 1891 

Kathan. cs71.ki91 1902 

Layton. CS71.L429 1885 

Robinson. cs7i.ii66 1894 

Salter. CS71.S177 1900 

Washington. CS69.W6 

1237 Fry. 

Memoir of Col. Joshua Fry, sometime professor in William and 

Mary college, Virginia, and Washington's senior in command of 

Virginia forces, 1754, etc. etc., with an autobiography of his son, 

Rev. Henry Fry, and a census of their descendants by the Rev. 

P. Slaughter . . . [Richmond, Va., Randolph & English, 1880] 

112 p., 1 1. 24'>°>. 

CS71.F947 1880 

9-10543t 

Fulkerson. See also Gentry. CS71.G339 1909 

1238 FuUer. 

Records of some of the descendants of John Fuller, Newton, 

1644-98. Compiled from Jackson's history of Newton, and 

other sources. By Samuel C. Clarke. Boston, Printed by D. 

Clapp & son, 1869. 

16 p. 28i'"°. 

0S71.P968 1869 

9-10540t 

1239 Chief Justice Fuller, a descendant of one of the early set- 
tlers of Dedham. [Dedham, Mass.] For the Dedham historical 
society [1888] 

[8] p. 24J<"=. 

Caption title. 

Comp. by Don Gleason Hill. 

Reprinted from the Dedham Transcript of Sept. 1, 1888. 

CS71.F968 1888 

9-10542t 

1240 A brief sketch of Thomas Fuller and his descendants, with 

historical notes. [By Jesse Franklin Fuller. Appleton, Wis., 

Crescent printing house, 1896] 

1 p. 1., 47 (i. e. 50) p. incl, plates. 18J<"°. 

0S71.P968 1896 

9-10179t 

1241 Genealogy of the Fuller families descending from Robert 

Fuller of Salem and Rehoboth, Mass, 1638. [New London, 
Conn., 1898] 

50 p., 1 1. 18°". 

Comp. by Newton Fuller. 

CS71.F968 1898 

9-10539t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 259 

Fuller — Continued. 

1242 Historical notices of Thomas Fuller and his descendants, 

with a genealogy of the Fuller family, 1638-1902. By Arthur 
Buckminster Fuller. Reprinted from the New England histor- 
ical and genealogical register for October, 1859, with additions 
by Edith Davenport Fuller. Cambridge, 1902. 

30 p. illus. 25^"^°^. 

CS71.F968 1902 

3-22473 

1243 Genealogy of some descendants of Edward Fuller of the 

Mayflower. Comp. by William Hyslop Fuller . . . Palmer, 
Mass., Printed by C. B. Fiske & co., 1908. 

306 p. front., plates, ports. 24«"». 



8-30720 



CS71.F068 1908 



See also Blish. CS71.B649 1906 

Bradford. CS71.B8 I900a 

Hay ford. CS71.H419 1901 

Robinson. CS71.R749 1894 

1244 Fulnetby. 

The Fulnetbys of Suffolk. Extracted from "The visitation 
of Suffolke." Ed. by Joseph Jackson Howard, esq. . . . Low- 
estoft, Printed by S. Tymms, 1866. 

5 p. coat of arms. 28°™. 
Communicated by William Harvey. 

CS439.F78 

9-14904 

1244a (In Harvey, William, d. 1567. The visitation of 

Suffolke . . . ed. by Joseph Jackson Howard . . . Lowestoft, 
1866. 29«"°. V. 1, p. 305-307) 

CS437.S7A18 

9-14905 

See also Crall. CS71.C889 1908 



1245 Fulton. 

Genealogy of the Fulton family; being descendants of John 
Fulton, born in Scotland 1713. Emigrated to America in 1753. 
Settled in Nottingham township,- Chester County, Penna., 1762. 
With a record of the known descendants of Hugh Ramsey of 
Nottingham, and Joseph Miller of Lancaster County, Pa. . . . 
Comp. and ed. by Hugh R. Fulton. Lancaster, Pa. [New era 
print CO.] 1900. 
viii, 238 p. front., pi. port., charts. 19 J°™. 

CS71.F974 1900 
1-2128 



260 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1246 Funck. 

A brief history of Bishop Henry Funck and other Funk pio- 
neers, and a complete genealogical family register, with biogra- 
phies of their descendants from the earliest available records 
to the present time. With portraits and other illustrations. 
By Rev. A. J. Fretz . . . With an introduction by John F. 
Funk . . . Elkhart, Ind., Mennonite publishing co., 1899. 

874 p. front., plates, ports. 20^°°'. 

CS71.F982 1899 

6-9329 

1247 Furneaux. 

Pedigree of the family of Furneaux, of Paignton and Buck- 
fastleigh, Devon; afterwards of Swilly, near Plymouth, a. d. 
1550-1875. With pedigrees of other families connected with 
it, and notes. Comp. by Rev. Henry Furneaux . . . [London] 
Priv. print., 1876. 

20 p. illus., coat of arms. 29"". 

Issued also in Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, n. b., v. 2, p. 171-175, 
193-197, 252-256. 

CS439.F8 

9-18138t 

Fjmcham. See Fincham. 

Fynmore. See Filmer. 

Gabbett. See also Maunsell. CS439.M37 

Qabel. See Gable. 

1248 Gable. 

History of the Gable family. Comp. by Frank Allaben for 
Percival K. Gable . . . [Norristown, Pa., Times printing house, 
1903 ?] 

cover-title, [15] p. port., facsim., fold, geneal. tab. 29*"°. 

CS71.G116 1903 

9-1240 

1249 Gage. 

. . . Gage genealogy. [Ashtabula? O., 1889] 
cover-title, 16 p. Id"'^. 
Ed. by Norris Lancaster Gage. 
Gage arms on cover. 
"From the Granite monthly, November, 1882." 

CS71.G133 1889 

4-33860 

1250 A record of Pierce Gage and his descendants. With a 

brief account of his ancestry. Comp. by George N. Gage. 
[East Washington, N. H.] 1894. 

62 p. 25'^"'. 

CS71.G133 1894 

9-10677t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 261 

Gage — Continued . 

1251 The New England ancestry of Lyman J. Gage, secretary 

of the Treasury in President McKinley's cabinet. By Arthur E. 
Gage . . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1899. 

8 p. 24<"". 

"Reprinted from the New-England historical and genealogical register, April, 

1899." 

CS71.G133 1899 

5-446 

1252 Some descendants of John Gage of Ipswich, Mass., by 

Arthur E. Gage, a. m. Boston, New England historic genea- 
logical society, 1908. 

12 p. 25^'^™. [Register re-prints, series A, no. 25] 

"Reprinted from the New England historical and genealogical register for 
July, 1908." 

CS71.G133 1908 

10-2633 

Qager. See also Walbridge. CS71.W16 1898 

Woolsey. CS71.W916 1900 

1253 Gaillard. 

The history and pedigree of the house of Gaillard or Gaylord, 
in France, England, and the United States . . . By William 
Gaillard . . . Cincinnati, Pub. by the author and W. H. Gaillard 

[1872] 

2 p. 1., [3]-64, [6] p. photos. 25i''"». 
Photographs are mounted. 
p. 25-32 repeated; p. 17-24 wanting. 
"Family record": [6] p. at end. 

CS71.G139 1872 

9-10676t 

See also Gaylord. 

1254 Gale. 

Genealogy of the Gale family. By Hon. George Gale . . . 
[Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell, printer, 1863] 

9 p. 24^'"°. 
Caption title. 

Reprinted in the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register, 1864, p. 189-197. 

CS71.G162 1863 

9-10538t 

1255 The Gale family records in England and the United States: 

to which are added some account of the Tottingham family of 
New England, and Bogardus, Waldron, and Young families of 
New York. By George Gale . . . Galesville, Wis., Leith & 
Gale, 1866. 

254 p. front, ports. 19J»». 

CS71.G162 1866 

»-10537t 



262 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1256 Gallaway. 

Matthew Gallaway and his descendants, comp. by Irene 
Dabney Gallaway. [n. p., 1908] 
[28] p., 1 1. 22^''"'. 

At foot of t.-p.: Southern, Waxa. > 

CS71.G166 1908 

10-5091 

1257 GaUey. 

History of the Galley family with local and old-time sketches 
in the Yough region, by Henrietta Galley and J. O. Arnold . . . 
Philadelphia, Pa., Press Philadelphia printing and publishing 
CO., 1908. 

5 p. 1., 13-271 p. illus. (incl. ports.) 21^"™. 

"Edition limited to 350 copies, of which this is no. 304." 

CS71.G167 1908 

&-22788 

1258 Gallup. 

The genealogical history of the Gallup family in the United 
States, also, biographical sketches of members of the family, by 
John D. Gallup . . . Hartford, Conn., Press of the Hartford 
printing co., 1893. 

329 p. front, (port.) pi. 23i''». 

CS71.G176 1893 

9-1053tit 

1259 Gamage. 

Descendants of John Gamage of Ipswich, Mass. Comp. and 
pub. by Arabella L. G. Morton, d. r. Worcester, Mass., Press 
of C. R. Stobbs, 1906. 

3 p. 1., [3]-14 p., 2 1., 18-78 numb. 1. front., pi., ports., geneal. tables. 
23^"°'. 

Coat of arms on t.-p. 

CS71.G184 1906 

10-2G31 

1260 Gamble. 

The Mount Desert widow. Genealogy of the Gamble family. 
By Greenleaf and Jonathan P. Cilley. [Rockland, Me., 1895-96] 

196 p. 25''"». 

Caption title. 

Issued in monthly numbers from November 1895 to August 1896 as v. 1 of 
the Knox County historical and genealogical magazine. 

CS71.G191 1895-96 

1-10193 

1261 Data concerning the families of Bancroft, Bradstreet, 

Browne, Dudley, Emerson, Gamble, Goodridge, Gould, Harts- 
horne, Hobson, Kemp, Kendall, Metcalf, Nichols, Parker, 
Poole, Sawtell, Wainwright, Woodman, etc., etc., in England 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 263 

1261 Gamble — Continued. 

and America, 1277 to 1906, a. d. Comp. from official sources 
by Thomas Gamble, jr. ... [Savannah, Ga.] 1906. 

viii, 248 p. incl. front., illua., ports., map, facsims. fold, geneal. tables. 
26^"°. 

CS71.G101 1006 

&-8301 

Ganong. See Genung. 

1262 Gape. 

. . . Report on the muniments of the Gape family, now 
deposited at the Hertfordshire County museum, by J. Vacy 
Lyle. St, Albans, Printed by Gibbs & Bamforth, limited, 1905. 

34 p. 25i'="'. 

At head of title: St. Albans and Hertfordshire architectural and archaeo- 
logical society. 

CS439.a3 

5-33S81 

Gar. See Garr. 

1263 Gardner. 

Descendants of Richard Gardner, of Woburn, of the name of 
Gardner. Boston, Printed for private circulation [Press of 
G. C. Rand and Avery] 1858. 

14 p. 24«"». 

Comp. by William Whitwell Greenough. 

CS71.a2S6 1868 

»-7910 

1264 The papers and biography of Lion Gardiner. 1599-1663. 

With an appendix . . . Ed., with notes critical and illustrative, 

by Curtiss C. Gardiner. St. Louis [Press of Levison & Blythe 

stationery co.] 1883. 

106 p. front., illus., map, faceim. 27*"». 

F127.G16aa 

9-14000 

1265 . . . Lion Gardiner, and his descendants . . . [1599-1890] 

Ed., with notes critical and illustrative, by Curtiss C. Gardiner. 
St. Louis, A. Whipple, 1890. 

XXV p., 1 1., 170 p. front., illus., pi., maps, facsim. 27J''°>. 

CS71.G226 1890 

2-19826 

1266 Gardner history and genealogy, by Lillian May and 

Charles Morris Gardner. Erie, Pa., The Erie printing co. 
["1907] 

405 p., 1 1. 24«». 

CS71.G226 1907 
8-1764 



264 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Gardner — Continued. 

1267 Thomas Gardner, planter (Cape Ann, 1623-1626; Salem, 

1626-1674) and some of his descendants, giving Essex County, 
Massachusetts, and northern New England lines to the eighth 
generation and Nantucket lines through the fourth generation. 
Comp. and arranged by Frank A. Gardner . . . Salem, Mass., 
Essex institute, 1907. 
iv, 343 p. front, (port.) plates. 23°='. 



CS71.G226 1907a 



9-549 



See also Haynes. CS71.H424 1902 

Pierce. CS71.P616 1874 

Repalje. CS69.H7 

Vassall. F73.8.V3A6 

Warden. CS71.W263 1868 

1268 Garfield. 

President Garfield's New England ancestry. Read at the 
annual meeting of the American antiquarian society, in Worces- 
ter, Oct. 21st, 1881. By George F. Hoar. Worcester, Mass., 
C. Hamilton, 1882. 
16 p. 24"'°. 
Letter with corrections from author inserted. 

CS71.G231 1882 
10-7051 

1269 The Garfield family in England. By William P. W. 

Phillimore . . . Boston, New-England historic genealogical so- 
ciety, 1883. 

12 p. IS*"". 

"Reprinted from the N. E. historical and genealogical register for July, 1883." 

CS439.G36 

1-27167 

1270 Garland. 

Garland genealogy. The descendants [the northern branch] 
of Peter Garland, mariner, admitted resident of Charlestown, 
Massachusetts Bay, in 1637. By James Gray Garland . . . 
Biddeford, Me., Watson's illuminator print, 1897. 

2 p. 1., 214 p. front., ports. 24'="». 

CS71.G233 1897 

9-10535t 

Garlington. See also Chappell. CS71.C467 1900 

Garnet. See also Gernhardt. CS71.G376 1904 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 265 

1271 Garr. 

Genealogy of the descendants of John Gar, or more particu- 
larly of his son, Andreas Gaar, who emigrated from Bavaria to 
America in 1732. With portraits, coat-of-arms, biographies, 
wills, history, etc. Commenced in 1844 by John Wesley Garr 
. . . and completed in 1894 by his son, John Calhoun Garr. Cin- 
cinnati, O., The author, 1894. 
[xvi], 607, [1] p. incl. ports, plates (partly col.) 24<"^. 

CS71.G238 1804 

9-10534t 

1272 Garrard. 

Governor Garrard, of Kentucky, his descendants and rela- 
tives, by Anna Russell des Cognets. Lexington, Ky., J. M. 
Byrnes, 1898. 

4 p. 1., 134 p. 2 front., pi., port. 24i«'". 

CS71.a239 1898 

3-4166 

Garretson. See also Harvey. CS71.H341 1899 

1272a Garrett. 

Major John Garrett, slain July 3, 1778. A forgotten hero of 
the massacre of Wyoming, Pennsylvania. By Rev. Horace 
Edwin Hayden , . . Wilkes-barre, Penn., 1895. 

24 p. 24''"'. 
"Genealogy": p. 20-24. 

1273 A history of Welcome Garrett and his descendants, from 

his birth in 1758 down to a recent date . . . [Muncie? Ind., 
Hoosier printing company] "1909. 

141, [1] p. 7 port. (incl. front.) diagr. 22'"». 
Comp. by Samuel Bond Garrett. 

CS71.G24 1909 

9-23996 

See also Tracy. CS71.T76 I895a 



Garwood. See also Bavis. CS71.B374 1880 

Gascoigne. See also Crall. CS71.C889 1908 

Gaspe, Aubert de. See Aubert de Gaspe. 

Gast. See also Morr. CS71.M872 1896 

1274 Gates. 

Stephen Gates of Hingham and Lancaster, Massachusetts, 
and his descendants. A preliminary work subject to addition 
and correction. New York, W. McDonald & co., 1898. 

4 p., 1 1., 5-370 p. front., ports. 25""°. 

Comp. by Charles Otis Gates. 

CS71.G259 1898 

1-18183 



266 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Gates — Continued . 

1275 Silas Gates, of Stow, Mass., and the descendants of his 

son, Paul Gates, of Ashby, Mass. Comp. by Julius Kendall 
Gates and Samuel Pearly Gates . . . [Boston] Printed for 
private circulation [by T. R. Marvin & son] 1907. 

147 p. incl. illus., plates, ports, front. 25^^"°. 

0S71.G259 1007 

8-17283 » 

See also Chute. CS71.C664 1894 

Gaunt. See also Hay. CS71.H413 1008 

Gay. See also Pocahontas. 0S71.R747 1887 
Gaylord. See also Gaillard. 

Loomis. CS71.L863 1880 

1276 Gazzam. 

History of the Gazzam family, together with a biographical 
sketch of the American branch of the family of De Beelen, by 
A. De B. Mackenzie. [Reading, Pa., Printed for private cir- 
culation by C. F. Haage] 1894. 

76 p. front., col. illus., ports. 25i«™. 

CS71.G201 1804 

9-10533t 

1277 Gedney. 

The Gedney and Clarke families of Salem, Mass. Comp. by 
Henry Fitzgilbert Waters . . . Salem, Printed at the Salem 
press, 1880. 

52 p. illus. 25"°'. 

From the Historical collections of the Essex institute, vol. xvi, p. 241. 

CS71.G207 1880 

9-10532t 

Gelston. See also D wight. CS71.D0O1 1874 

1278 GendaU. 

Captain Walter Gendall, of North Yarmouth, Maine. A 
biographical sketch, by Doctor Charles E. Banks. Yarmouth, 
Me., ''Old times" office, 1880. 

1 p. 1., 27 p. facsim. 23'=°'. 

F20.N75G3 

4-33439t 

1279 Gentry. 

The Gentry family in America, 1676 to 1909, including notes 
on the following families related to the Gentrys: Claiborne, 
Harris, Hawkins, Robinson, Smith, Wyatt, Sharp, Fulkerson, 
Butler, Bush, Blythe, Pabody, Noble, Haggard, and Tindall, 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 267 

1279 Gentry — Continued, 

by Richard Gentry . . . New York, Printed for the author by 
the Grafton press, 1909. 
406 p. front., plates, ports. 24"^. 

CS71.G339 1909 
9-31828 

1280 Genung. 

A genealogy of the New Brunswick branch of the descend- 
ants of Thomas Ganong, a loyalist from New York state to 
New Brunswick by the spring fleet of 1783. Compiled by 
Francis William Ganong . . . Published and presented to those 
included therein by Gilbert White Ganong . . . Cambridge, 
Mass., Graves & Henry, 1893. 

1 p. 1., 27 numb. 1. 47^ x SS"™. 

One of 300 copies printed. 



CS71.G341 1893 



1-27661 



1281 Genung — Ganong — Ganung genealogy. A history of the 

descendants of Jean Guenon of Flushing, Long Island. By 

Mary Josephine Genung (Mrs. L. N.) Nichols and Leon Nelson 

Nichols. Brooklyn, N. Y., A. W. Heinrich's printing co., 1906. 

4 p. 1., 711 p. ports. 21'"°, 

CS71.Q341 1906 

7-25239 

George. See also Corliss. CS71.C8 1876 

McGinness. cs7i.Mi45 1892 

1282 Gerald. 

.The genealogy of the family of Gamaliel Gerould, son of Dr. 
Jacques (or James) Jerauld, of the province of Languedoc, 
France. Bristol, N. H,, Enterprise power press, 1885, 

84 p., 1 1. 23i''»>. 

Comp. by Samuel Lankton Gerould. 

CS71,G364 1886 

1-15064 

1282a Supplement no, [1-3] to The genealogy of the family of 

Gamaliel Gerould , , . Bristol, N, H,, R. W. Musgrove [etc] 
1890-1900, 
3 pt. 22i-23i'''°, 

CS71.G364 1890- 

1-15065 

See also Fitzgerald. 

Locke. CS71,L.813 1900 



268 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1283 Gernhardt. 

Heinrich Gernhardt and his descendants. Historical facts 

and musings; cogitations on interesting genealogical problems; 

records of the births, marriages and deaths of all branches of 

the family; brief sketches of many of the members; and some 

interesting reminiscences of the great civil war. By Jeremiah 

M. M. Gernerd. Williamsport, Pa., Press of the Gazette and 

bulletin, 1904. 

315 p. front., plates, ports. 25*^™. 

CS71.G376 1904 

5-7999 

Gerould. See Gerald. 

1284 Gerrish. 

Genealogical record of the compiler's branch of the Gerrish 
family, compiled in 1880. By John J. Gerrish. Portland 
[Me.l Marks print, house, 1901. 

14 p. 16'""'. 
2-12090 



CS71.G378 1001 



See also Lowell. CS71.L015 1899 

Gherardini. See also Fitzgerald. da916.D4H3 

1285 Gib. 

The life and times of Robert Gib, lord of Carribber, familiar 
servitor and master of the stables to King James v, of Scotland. 
With notices of his descendants who held offices of trust near 
the person of the sovereign in the reigns of Queen Mary, James 
VI. of Scotland and i. of England, and Charles i. With an 
appendix. Chiefly comp. from the public records. By Sir 
George Duncan Gibb . . . London, Longmans, Green, and co., 
1874. 

2 V. illus. (incl. plan, geneal. tables) 23"™. 

DA768.3.G4G4 

7-31406 

Gibbens. See Gibbon. 

1286 Gibbon. 

Gibbens-Butcher genealogy. Embracing also . . . other pio- 
neer families of Virginia who migrated west of the Alleghanies 
. . . Parkersburg, G. B. Gibbens, 1894. 

296 p. port. 23«™. 

Comp. by Alvaro Franklin Gibbens. 

Blank forms for family records at end. 

CS71.G44 1894 

2-25215 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 269 

1287 Gibbs. 

Family notices collected by William Gibbs, of Lexington, 
Mass. [Lexington, Mass., 1845] 
8 p. 21^"°'. 
Caption title. 
Descendants of Robert Gibbs of Boston. 

CS71.G443 1845 

3-4148 

1288 Pedigree of Gibbs, of Clyst St. George. Comp. from the 

records of the Herald's college. [Exeter, 1867] 

2 geneal. tables (28 x 45'^°'.) fold, to 29 x 24*^°. 

Detached from the "Parish of Clyst S. George; a paper read Sept. 22, 1862, 
by the Rev. H. T. Ellacombe. Exeter, 1867." 

CS430.G42 
2-26603 

1289 Memoir of the Gibbs family of Warwickshire, England, and 

United States of America. Philadelphia, Press of Lewis & 
Greene, 1879. 

52 p. front, (coat of arms) fold, geneal. tab. 25^"°. 
Preface signed: J. Willard Gibbs. 

CS71.G443 1879 

9-10531t 

1290 A golden legacy to the Gibbs family in America. By 

Montgomery B. Gibbs. Printed for private circulation only. 
Chicago, Press of E. M. Colvin, 1893. 

77 p. illus. 24 X 18<"°. . 

Pages 17-52 have separate title-page: Report of a search made in England 
for a property reported to belong to the Gibbs's in U. S. A. in the years 1847^8, 
by Columbus Smith . . . Middlebury, J. Cobb, printer, 1848. 

CS71.G443 1803 

9-10530t 

See also Lundy. CS71.L962 1902 

1291 Gibson. 

John Gibson of Cambridge, Massachusetts and his descend- 
ants, 1634-1899. By Mehitable Calef Coppenhagen Wilson. 
[Washington, D. C, McGill & Wallace] 1900. 

3 p. 1., 542 p. 24""'. 

CS71.G46 1900 

Oct. 25, 1900-102 

See also Duncan. CS71.D912 1906 

1292 Giddings. 

The Giddings family : or. The descendants of George Giddings, 
who came from St. Albans, England, to Ipswich, Mass., in 1635. 
With a record of others of the name not yet traced. Also a 
sketch of prominent persons connected with the family. By 
Minot S. Giddings . . . Hartford, Conn., Press of the Case, 
Lockwood & Brainard company, 1882. 

209 p., 1 1., 8, [213J-227 p. front., ports. 23i<"°. 

CS71.G453 1882 
9-10180t 



270 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

1293 Qiflford. 

Gifford genealogy, 1626-1896; by Harry E. Gifford. [Wol- 
laston, Mass., Pinkham press, 1896] 

3 p. 1., 101 numb. 1. front, (port.) col. pi. (coat of arms) 23^"™. 
Folded circular mounted on verso of colored plate. 

CS71.G468 1896 

9-10673t 

1294 Gift. 

History of the Gift, Kern and Royer families, comp. by Aaron 
Kern Gift . . . Beaver Springs, Penna., Herald printing and 
publishing company, "1909. 

vi, 7-179, [4] p. front., plates, ports. 22i'="i. 

Four blank pages "for photographs," at end of volume. 

CS71.G469 1909 

9-10476 

1295 GUbert. 

A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Benjamin Gil- 
bert and his family, who were taken by the Indians in the spring 
of 1780, 3d ed., rev. and enl. To which is prefixed, a short 
account of the Gilbert family who settled at Byberry. And an 
appendix, giving some account of the captives after their return. 
Philadelphia, Printed by J. Richards, 1848. 

240 p. 15"™. 

By William Walton. 

E87.G44 
4-11988 

1296 A genealogical memoir of the Gilbert family, in both old 

and New England. By J. Wingate Thornton . . . [Boston, 
Printed for the author] 1850. 

28 p. illus., pi. 25"°'. 
"50 copies printed." 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register, 1850, p. 223-232, 
339-349. 

CS71.G465 1850 

9-10629t 

1296a Genealogy of the Gilbert family. [West Chester, Pa. 

1864] 
[3] p. 24""°. 
Caption title. 
Signed Gilbert Cope. 
Will of John Gilbert, p. [3] 

CS71.0466 1864 

10-10916 

1297 One of the Gilbert family of New England; ancestry of 

Sarah Rebecca (Gilbert) Bloss, (wife of John B. Bloss, of Wash- 
ington, D. C), eighth in descent from Jonathan Gilbert, of Hart- 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 271 

1297 Gilbert— Continued. 

ford, Conn. The larger part of the following information was 
obtained by Mr. Homer W. Brainard, of Hartford, Conn., after 
a search through the early records of Hartford, Hebron, Bolton, 
and Colchester, Conn. Washington, D. C, Judd & Detweiler, 
printers, 1902. 

17 p. 23i'"°. 

CS71.G465 1902 

3-3195 

1288 . . . The captivity and sufferings of Benjamin Gilbert and 

his family, 1780-83, reprinted from the original ed. of 1784, with 
introduction and notes by Frank H. Severance. Cleveland, The 
Burrows brothers company, 1904. 

204 p. incl. facsims. front., pi., facsim., fold. map. 21'"". (Narratives of 
captivities) 

By William Walton. 

"Of this edition two hundred and dxty-eeven copies have been printed of 
which two hundred and fifty are for sale, and the type distributed . ' ' This copy 
not numbered. 

E87.G46 

4-10070 

See also Converse. 

Hamlin. 

Le Baron. 

Richardson. 

Swain. 

Tucker. 

White. 

Qile. See Giles and Guild. 

1299 Giles. 

The Giles memorial. Genealogical memoirs of the families 
bearing the names of Giles, Gould, Holmes, Jennison, Leonard, 
Lindall, Curwen, Marshall, Robinson, Sampson, and Webb; also 
genealogical sketches of the Pool, Very, Tarr and other families, 
with a history of Pemaquid, ancient and modern; some account 
of early settlements in Maine; and some details of Indian war- 
fare . . . By John Adams Vinton . . . Boston, Printed for the 
author, by H. W. Dutton & son, 1864. 

viii, 600 p. front, (coat of arms) port. 24'"». 

CS71.G472 1864 

9-10528 



CS71.C766 


190S 


CS71.H«23 


1900 


CS71.L44 


1904 


CS71.I162 


1906 


CS71.S97 


1896 


CS71.T89 


1901 


CS71.W686 


1900 



272 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Giles — Continued . 

1299a Thomas Gyles and his neighbors, 1669-1689: or The set- 
tlement of the lower Kennebec. By Rev. John Adams Vin- 
ton . . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1867. 
13, [1] p. 25i«'". 

"First printed in the N. E. historical and genealogical register," v. 21 
(1867) p. 352-363. 

F22.V79 
S-17854 

See also Forrest. CS71.F729 1897 

Walker. CS71.W18 1909 

Gilkey. See also Walker. CS71.W18 1895 

Walker. cs7i.wi8 1909 

1300 GiU. 

Pedigree of Gill of Jenkins, and of Spicer, Adams, and Cooper, 
of New Jenkins, co. Essex. London, Printed by Taylor and co., 
1872. 

8 p. 28i'"°. 

"Extracted from the title-deeds of New Jenkins, the records in the College of 
arms, and other authentic documents [by] G. E. Adams [i. e. G. E. Cokayne]'- 

CS439.G46 

2-30581 

1301 Notes historiques sur I'origine de la famille Gill de Saint- 
Francois du Lac et Saint-Thomas de Pierreville, et histoire de 
ma propre famille, par Charles Gill . . . Montreal, E. Sen6cal & 
fils, 1887. 

96 p. 16i«"». 

CS90.G6 

6-2170 

Gillett. See also Lewis. CS71.L676 1910 

1302 Gillingham. 

Gillingham family, descendants of Yeamans Gillingham. 
Comp. by Harrold Edgar Gillingham . . . Philadelphia [Patter- 
son & White company, printers] 1901. 

1 p. 1., 117 p. 25^"°'. 

No. 74 of a limited ed. of 200 copies. 

CS71.a481 1901 

1-27665 

Gillman. See Gilman. 

1303 Gilman. 

A genealogical and biographical record of that branch of the 
family of Gilman, descended from the Honorable Counsellor John 
Gilman, of Exeter, N. H. With which is incorporated some 
account of his ancestors and the English branch of the Gilman 
family. Comp. by Arthur Gilman. Albany, Printed for the 
use of the family, by J. Munsell, 1863. 

51 p. 25*"°'. 

0S71.G487 1863 

3-17718 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 273 

Gilman — Continued . 

1304 The Gilman family traced in the line of Hon. John Gilman, 

of Exeter, N. H., with an account of many other Gilmans in 
England and America. By Arthur Gilman . . . Albany, N. Y., 
J. Munsell, 1869. 

xii p., 1 1., 324 p. plates, porta. 21J x IS"™. 

CS71.G487 1869 

»-10527t 

1305 The Gillmans of Highgate with letters from Samuel Taylor 

Coleridge, &c., illustrated with views and portraits, being a 

chapter from the History of the Gillman family. By Alexander 

W. Gillman. London, E. Stock [1895] 

3 p. 1., 53 p. illus,, 14 pi. inch ports. 25«"». 

CS439.05 
3-13565 

1306 Searches into the history of the Gillman or Gilman family 

including the various branches in England, Ireland, America 
and Belgium. By Alexander W. Gillman . . . London, E. 
Stock, 1895. 

XXV p., 1 1., 334 (i. e. 361) p. illus., plates, ports., facsims., fold, geneal. 
tables. 25i'"». 

0871.0487 1895 
10-S284 

See also Noyes. CS71.N965 1907 



Gilmore. See also Cooper. CS71.C777 1906 

McEinney. CS71.M158 1905 

1307 Gilpin. 

The Gilpin family from Richard de Guylpyn in 1206, in a 
line to Joseph Gilpin, the emigrant to America, with a notice 
of the West family, who likewise emigrated. [Lima, Pa.] 
1870. 

2 p. 1., 12 p. 2l§««. 

By Jacob Painter. 

0S71.G489 1870 

9-10526t 

1308 Genealogy of the family of Gideon Gilpin, grandson of 

Josph Gilpin, of Dorchester, in the county of Oxford, England, 
who settled in Chester County, Pennsylvania, in the year 
1696 ... By Joseph Elliott Gilpin. Baltimore, 1897. 

[25] p. illus. (porta.) geneal. tables. 36°°». 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS71.a489 1897 

9-15016t 

35819°— 10 18 



274 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1309 Gilson. 

Genealogy of the Gillson and Jillson family. Collected and 
comp. by David Jillson . . . Central Falls [R. I.] E. L. Freeman 
& CO., book and job printers, 1876. 
266 p. pi. (coat of anne) 23^°°. 

CS71.G49 1876 
»-10525t 

1310 Gimm. 

The Gimm family, history and genealogy, by Mrs. Ralph E. 
Johnson . . . Lincoln, Neb., Gillespie & Phillips ["1909] 
8, 15-45 p. incl. front., port. fold, geneal. tab. 25"™. 

CS71.G491 1909 

9-277S7 

1311 Glanville. 

Records of the Anglo-Norman house of Glanville from a. d. 
1050 to 1880 .. . By Wm. Urmston S. Glanville-Richards . . . 
London, Mitchell and Hughes, 1882. 

XX, 229 p. col. front., illus., pi., col. port., geneal. tab. 28"". 

CS439.a66 

2-1337 

1312 Glassell. 

Virginia genealogies. A genealogy of the Glassell family of 
Scotland and Virginia, also of the families of Ball, Brown, 
Bryan, Conway, Daniel, Ewell, Holladay, Lewis, Littlepage, 
Moncure, Peyton, Robinson, Scott, Taylor, Wallace, and others, 
of Virginia and Maryland. By Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden . . . 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. [E. B. Yordy, printer] 1891. 

xviii, 759 p. 12 port. (incl. front.) 26<"°. 

F225.H41 

4-11459 

1313 Glatfelter. 

Record of Casper Glattfelder of Glattfelden, canton Zurich, 
Switzerland, immigrant, 1743, and of his descendants, in part, 
comprising 861 families. Comp. by Noah Miller Glatfelter. 
... St. Louis, Nixon-Jones printing co., 1901. 

2 p. 1., 124 p. front., port., geneal. tab. 23|°'». 

CS71.G55 1901 
1-10747 

1314 Gleason. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Gleason of Water- 
town, Mass., 1607-1909, pub. by John Barber White, ed. by 
Lillian May Wilson. Haverhill, Mass., Press of the Nichols 
print, 1909. 

549, cxx, [671]-672 p. front., porta. 24"°^. 

CS71.G654 1909 
10-661 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 275 

Glengarry. See Clanronald. 

Gloninger. See also Swope. CS71.S982 1896 

1316 Gloucester, Earls of. 

The land of Morgan: being a contribution towards the history 
of the lordship of Glamorgan. By George T. Clark. London, 
Whiting & CO., 1883. 

2 p. 1., 166 p. 23^™. (Cambrian archseoI<^cal asaociation. Supplemental 
volume. 1883) 

"Reprinted, with additions and alterations, from the Joiimal of the Archae- 
ological institute." 

Contents.— The land of Morgan. — The chief lords: Earls Robert and William 

of Gloucester. — The co-heirs of the honour and lordship, and the coming in of 

the House of Clare. — The Earls of Gloucester and Hertford. 

DA740.G6C6 1883 
1-236 

1316 Glover. 

A memoir of General John Glover, of Marblehead. By 
William P. Upham. (A report, read at a meeting of the Essex 
institute, March 9th, 1863, upon a donation to the library of 
certain books formerly belonging to General Glover) . . . 
Salem, Printed by C. W. Swasey, 1863. 

1 p. 1., 61 p. front, (port.) 21 x lej"". 

From the Historical collections of the Essex institute. 

"Family of John Glover," p. 58-59. 

E276.G66 

3-30690 

1817 Glover memorials and genealogies. An account of John 

Glover of Dorchester, and his descendants. With a brief 
sketch of some of the Glovers who first settled in New Jersey, 
"Virginia, and other places. By Anna Glover. Boston, D. 
Clapp & son, printers, 1867. 

viii p., 2 1., 601, [1] p. illus. 23J''°. 

CS71.G666 1867 



9-10524t 

See also Vawter. 0S7i.V39i 1906 



Goble. See also Pound. CS71.P876 1904 

1318 Goddard. 

Goddard [family, 1631-1748] 
manuscript (5 1.) [183-?] 32J<"". 



2-9917 



CS71.G678 183- 



1319 A genealogy of the descendants of Edward Goddard. By 

William Austin Goddard. Worcester, M. Spooner, printer, 
1833. 
99 p. l?^*"". 

CS71.G678 1833 

»-10672t 



276 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1319a Godding. 

Genealogy of the Goding family, by Frederic Webster God- 
ing . . . with a biographical sketch of the author by Mrs. A. M. 
Taylor and Hon. Stewart Keightley . . . with nineteen plates. 
Pub. by the author. Richmond, Ind., Press of Nicholson print- 
ing & mfg. company, 1906. 

175, [5] p. pi., ports., col. coats of arms. 28°™. 

" Family register ": 4 blank pages at end. 

CS71.G58 1006 

10-11177 

1320 Godefroy de Tonnancour. 

La f amille Godefroy de Tonnancour, par Pierre-Georges Roy. 
L6vis, 1904. 

128 p. illus. 22<"°. 

"Tir6 k 100 exemplaires num^rot^s." This copy not numbered. 

CS90.G6 

6-2957 

Godfrey. See also Pierce. cs71.P616 1874 

Goding. See Godding. 

1321 Godolphin. 

The life of Mrs. Godolphin by John Evelyn . . . now first 
published and edited by Samuel lord bishop of Oxford . . . 
New-York, D. Appleton & company; [etc., etc.] 1S47. 

3 p. 1., [ixl-xvi, 147, [4] p. incl. geneal. tables. 18^"™. 

DA447.G6E0 
6-6780 

1322 Goflf. 

Col. John Goffe, a sketch. By his great grandson. [Man- 
chester? N. H., 1900?] 

17 p. 23i<"». 

Caption title. 

CS71.G612 1000 

1322a Col. John Goffe. A sketch by his great grandson, Gordon 

Woodbury, esq., read before the Manchester historic associa- 
tion . . . {In Manchester historic association. Collections. 
Manchester, N. H., 1897-1900. 22i««". v. 1, p. 233-272) 

F44.M2M3 

3-9535-6 

Goflfe. See Goflf. 

1323 Goldthwait. 

Goldthwaite genealogy. Descendants of Thomas Gold- 
thwaite an early settler of Salem, Mass. with some account of 
the Goldthwaite family in England. Comp and pub. by 
Charlotte Goldthwaite . . . [Hartford, Conn.] C. Goldthwaite, 

1899. 

4 p. 1., 411 p. plates, ports. 24§'"». 

250 copies printed. 

CS71.G624 1899 
1-814 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 277 

1324 Goode. 

Virginia cousins: a study of the ancestry and posterity of 
John Goode of Whitby, a Virginia colonist of the seventeenth 
century, with notes upon related families, a key to southern 
genealogy and a history of the English surname Gode, Goad, 
Goode or Good from 1148 to 1887. By G. Brown Goode, with 
a preface by R. A. Brock . . . Richmond, Va., J. W. Randolph 
& English, 1887. 

xxxvi, 526 (i. e. 538) p. illus., plates (partly fold.) ports. 25i«°'. 

Between p. 50 and p. 85 are extra numbered pages. 

CS71.G647 1887 

4-20061 

Goodell. See also Plagg. CS71.P574 1903 

1325 Goodhue. 

History and genealogy of the Goodhue family in England 

and America to the year 1890; comp. by Rev. Jonathan E. 

Goodhue. Rochester, N. Y., E. R. Andrews, printer and 

bookbinder, 1891. 

iv, 394 p. front., ports. 240°. 

CS71.a652 1891 

9-10671t 

1326 Gooding. 

The American ancestry of William, James, Elnathan, and 
George Gooding: brothers. The pioneers of Ontario County, 
New York, in 1788. And of Lydia, and Caroline Andrews, 
wives of William and James respectively. Comp. and pre- 
pared by Clarence Fisher Gooding. Washington, D. C, 1901. 

Geneal. tab. (38 x 25i<'">.) fold to 25J«"'. 

Two coats of arms at head of chart. 

CS71.G663 1901 

3-3188 

1327 Goodrich. 

The Goodrich family memorial, pt. 1-3. [Chicago, 1883-84] 
109 p. map, facsim. 24i<'™. 

"Ancestry of the family of Henry B. and Anna (Bradford) Goodrich of 
Chicago...": p. 97-109. 
Preface and Introduction signed Edwin Hubbard. 

CS71.a655 1883 

9-10509t 

1328 The Goodrich family in America. A genealogy of the 

descendants of John and William Goodrich of Wethersfield, 
Conn., Richard Goodrich of Guilford, Conn., and William Good- 
ridge of Watertown, Mass. together with a short historical 
account of the family in England, the origin of the name, a 
description of Goodrich castle etc. Ed. for the Goodrich- 
family-memorial association, by Lafayette Wallace Case, 
M. D. . . . Chicago, Fergus printing company, 1889. 

3 p. 1., [iiil-vi, 417 p. fronts., plates, ports. 23i'"». 

CS71.a655 1889 

9-10670t 

See also Gamble. 0S71.G191 1906 

Goodridge. See Goodrich. 



278 LIBKAKY OF CONGRESS 

1329 Goodspeed. 

History of the Goodspeed family, profusely illustrated; being 
a genealogical and narrative record extending from 1380 to 1906, 
and embracing material concerning the family collected during 
eighteen years of research, together with maps, plats, charts, 
etc. By Weston Arthur Goodspeed . . . vol. 1. Chicago, 
W. A. Goodspeed, 1907. 

1 V. front., plates (incl. ports.) map, plans, geneal. tables (partly fold.) 
281°™. 

CS71.G656 1907 

7-41059 

1330 Goodwin. 

Arms. Goodwin. Arms. Bradbury. Drawn by Miss Harriet 
Bainbridge . . . For William F. Goodwin . . . Lithographed by 
F. Geese . . . Richmond, Va., West & Johnston; Concord, N. H., 
B. W. Sanborn & co., 1869. 

1 p. 1., 16 pi. 2^ X ig*"". 

"53 copies printed, no. 25." 

cmeeo.ae 

3-20259 

1331 The Goodwins of Hartford, Connecticut, descendants of 

William and Ozias Goodwin. Comp. for James Junius Good- 
win. Hartford, Conn., Brown and Gross, 1891. 

V p., 4 1., [3]-798 p. ports., fold, geneal. tables. 23i°°^. 

Compiled by Frank Farnsworth Starr 

CS71.G657 1891 

9-10669t 

1332 The Goodwin families in America. By Judge John S. 

Goodwin. Richmond, Whittet & Shepperson [1897] 

1 p. 1., iv, 200 p. diagr. 25"°'. (William and Mary college quarterly his- 
torical magazine, v. 6, no. 2, Oct. 1897. supp.) 

^ 0S71.G657 1897 

2-1904 

1333 The Goodwins of Kittery, York County, Maine. Comp. 

by John Samuel Goodwin . . . Chicago, O. S. Goodwin, printer 
and publisher [1898] 
125 p. 25^°'°. 
Cover-title: Five generations of the Goodwins of Kittery, Maine. 

CS71.G657 1898 

9-10668t 

1334 The Goodwins of Delaware Water Gap, Pa. and Tompkins 

County, N. Y. [By John S. Goodwin Chicago ? 1898] 
10 p. 15i«°'. 
Reprinted from the Ithaca democrat of November 10, 1898. 

CS71.G657 1898a 

1-11971 

See also Huggles. CS7l.li932 1901 



AMEBICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 279 

1335 Qoodyear. 

Genealogy of the Goodyear family. By Grace Goodyear 
Kirkman. San Francisco, Cubery & company, 1899. 
249 p. port., fold. tab. facsims., 26''"». 

CS71.G668 1899 

1-18740 

Qookin. See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1886 

1336 Gordon. 

A concise history of the ancient and illustrious house of 
Gordon; by C. A. Gordon. Aberdeen, D. Wyllie & son, 1890. 

xiv, 155 p. 19J"". 

Prefatory note signed: A. M. M. 

Reprint including original t.-p.: A concise history of the antient and illus- 
trious house of Gordon, from the origin of the name to the present time; together 
with an account of the pedigree of His Grace the Duke of Gordon, and of the 
Right Honourable the Earl of Aboyne and the Lord Andrew count Gordon, 
nearest collateral branches of the illustrious family. All faithfully collected 
from Scotch and foreign historians, manuscripts, records, and registers. By 
C. A. Gordon. Aberdeen, Printed for the author, 1754. 

DA768.3.G7G6 

4-25570 

1337 The Earl of Aberdeen; by the Hon. Sir Arthur Gordon . . . 

New York, Harper & bros., 1893. 

xii, 330 p. front, (port.) 19°™. (Half-tUk: The prime ministers of Queen 
Victoria) 

DA064.A3S7 

5-866 

1338 Memorials of the family of Gordon of Lesmoir in the 

county of Aberdeen. By Captain Douglas Wimberley . . . 
Inverness, Printed for the author at the office of the "Northern 
chronicle," 1893. 
xix, 170 p. incl. plates, front., fold, geneal. tables. 29«'». 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS479.a6 1893 

10-1185 

1339 The house of Gordon, ed. by John Malcolm Bulloch . . . 

Aberdeen, Printed for the University, 1903-07. 

2 V. fronts. 25J'"». (Half-title: Aberdeen university studies, no. 8 & 30) 
Contents, — v. 1. Bibliography of Gordon genealogy. The Balbithan ms. 
Abergeldie, by the editor. Coclarachie, by Stephen Ree. Gight, by the 
editor. Appendices: Lists of Gordons in Scotland. — v. 2. Bibliography of 
Gordon genealogy (cont'd) Index to lands owned by Lesmoir Gordons. 
Historiae compendium de origine et incremento Gordoniae familiae, Johanne 
Ferrerio, auctore . . . Ed. by Rev. Stephen Ree. Origo et progressus familiae 
Gordoniorum de Huntley . . . auctore Roberto Gordonio . . . Ed. by Rev. 
Stephen Ree. Tables compyled and collected together by . . . Sir Robert 
Gordon, knight . . . continued by Maister Robert Gordon his sone, 1659. Ed. 
by the Rev. J. M. Joasa. Lesmoir, by Captain Douglas Wimberley. Cadets 
of Lesmoir. By Captain Wimberley and the editor. Gordon ballads. Ed. 
by the Rev. Stephen Ree. 

CS479.a6 1903 

9-24335 



280 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Gordon — Continued. 

1340 A genealogical account of the family of Gordon of 

Knockespock. By Captain Douglas Wimberley . . . [BanflF] 
Reprinted from the "Banffshire journal," 1903. 

88 p. 22§''°'. [With his Memorials of the family of Gordon of Craig . . . 

[Banff] 1904] 

CS479.G6 1904a 

10-2798 

1341 A short family history of the later Gordons of Beldorney, 

and of Beldornie, Kildrummie, and Wardhouse. By Captain 
Douglas Wimberley . . . Banff, Printed at the Banffshire jour- 
nal office, 1904. 

1 p. 1., 36 p. 22i«°». 

CS479.06 1904 

9-31476 

1342 Memorials of the family of Gordon of Craig, collected by 

Captain Douglas Wimberley . . . [Banff] Priv. print, for the 
author at the office of the "Banffshire journal," 1904. 

1 p. 1., 55 p. 22i«°». 

"A few copies printed for private circulation." 

CS479.06 1904a 

10-2796 

1343 The families of Gordon of Invergordon, Newhall, also 

Ardoch, Ross-shire and Carroll, Sutherland. By John Malcolm 
Bulloch. [London?] Printed by the Ross-shire printing and 
publishing co., ltd., 1906. 

1 p. 1., 122 p. front, (geneal. tab.) 18i<"". 

"A Rosa-shire Pepys, Sir John Gordon": p. [83]-91. 

CS479.G6 1906 

7-10028 

1344 The family of Gordon in Griamachary, in the parish of 

Kildonan, by John Malcolm Bulloch. [London?] Printed by 

the Ross-shire printing and publishing co., ltd., 1907. 

23 p. incl. geneal. tab. 18«". 

CS479.G6 1907 

7-23886 

1345 The Gordons in Sutherland (including the Embo family) 

by John Malcolm Bulloch. Dingwall, Ross-shire journal, 1907. 

131 p. ISi"". 

CS479.G6 1907a 

8-26699 

1346 [The Gordons of Laggan, by John Malcolm Bulloch] 

Banff, Printed at the Banffshire journal office [1907] 

54 p. 16J°™. (Transactions of the Banffshire field club. 1906-7) 

CS479.G6 1907b 

7-42050 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 281 

Gordon — Continued . 

1347 The earls of Aboyne, by John Malcolm Bulloch. Huntly, 

J. Dunbar, 1908. 

cover-title, 72 p. 18i«°. 

CS479.G6 1908 

8-17C05 

1348 The gay Gordons; some strange adventures of a famous 

Scots family, by John Malcolm Bulloch. London, Chapman & 
Hall, ltd., 1908. 

xi, 295, [1] p. incl. geneal. tab. front., plates, ports. 23"™. 

DA768.3.G7B7 

9-10948 

See also Bannerman. 

Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

Russell. DA690.W84P2 

Gore. See also Paine. CS71.P146 1875 

1349 Gorges. 

Sir Ferdinando Gorges and his province of Maine. Including 
the Brief relation, the Brief narration, his defence, the charter 
granted to him, his will, and his letters. Ed. with a memoir 
and historical illustrations by James Phinney Baxter, a. m. . . . 
Boston, The Prince society, 1890. 

3 V. 2 front., pi., 2 fold, maps, fold, facsim. 22 x IS""". {Added t.-p.: The 
publications of the Prince society ... [v. 18-20]) 

"Two hundred and fifty copies." 

E186.F85 

3-24571 

1360 Gorham. 

The Gorham family in Rhode Island. Notes on the Provi- 
dence line, by Georgiana Guild. Bristol branch by Henry S. 
Gorham. Boston, Printed by D. Clapp & son, 1900. 
10 p. 24i''"». 

"Reprinted from the New Eng. historical and genealogical register for April, 
1900." 

CS71.G668 1900 

1-5219 

1351 Gorhams, of Hard wick, Mass., by Henry S. Gorham. 

Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1902. 
8 p. front, (facsim.) 24^«"". 
Reprinted from New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for Jan. ,1902. 

CS71.G668 1902 

10-4266 



282 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Gorhaxn — Continued . 

1352 The Gorham family in Connecticut and Vermont. By 

Frank William Sprague. Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 
1903. 

6 p. 24^"". 

"Reprinted from New Eng. historical and genealogical register, for July, 
1903." 

CS71.G668 1903 

6-4108 

1353 Jabez Gorham of Plymouth, Mass., and his descendants 

. , . By Frank W. Sprague. Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 
1904. 

7 p. 24<"°. 

"Reprinted from the New England historical pnd genealogical register, 
Jan., 1905." 

CS71.G668 1904 

5-4109 

1354 Gorton. 

The life and times of Samuel Gorton; the founders and the 
founding of the republic, a section of early United States his- 
tory and a history of the colony of Providence and Rhode 
Island plantations in the Narragansett Indian country, now the 
state of Rhode Island, 1592-1636—1677-1687, with a genealogy 
of Samuel Gorton's descendants to the present time; comp. 
from various accounts, histories, letters, and published and 
unpublished records by Adelos Gorton . . . Philadelphia [G. S. 
Ferguson co., printers] 1907. 

X, 11-960 p. illus. 24<"°. 

"The life and times of Samuel Gorton ..." (154 p.) also issued separately. 

Genealogy has special t.-p: Samuel Gorton of Gorton, England, and of War- 
wick, Rhode Island and his descendants in America, 1592-1906, by Adelos 
Gorton . . . Philadelphia, 1907. (p. [155]-960) 

CS71.G675 1907 

8-10307 

1355 Goss. 

. . . The Goss family: an historical romance. Comp. by 
William H. Boomer and read at the ninth annual reunion of 
the Goss family, at the Poland camp-grounds, Sept. 1, 1886. 
Lewiston, Me., The Journal office, 1886. 

22, [2] p. 15§ X 19J<"°. 

CS71.G677 1886 

9-10521t 

See also Clark. CS71.C6 1906a 

Lawrence. CS71.L42 1881 

Gotherson. See also Scott. 1883 



AMEBICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 



283 



1356 Gould. 

The ancestry and posterity of Zaccheus Gould of Topsfield. 
A condensed abstract of the family records. By Benjamin 
Apthorp Gould. From the Historical collections of the Essex 
institute. Salem, Printed for the Essex institute [Salem press] 
1872. 

109 p. 23""". 

CS71.G697 1872 

»-10520t 



1357 



1358 



- The Goulds of Rhode Island, by Rebecca Gould Mitchell. 
Providence, A. C. Greene, book and job printer, 1875. 

1 p. 1., [5]-99, [1] p. front., pi. (coatof arms) 22^'^'°. 

CS71.Q607 1876 

&-10518t 

- The family of Zaccheus Gould of Topsfield. By Benja- 



min Apthorp Gould. Lynn, Mass., T. P. Nichols, 1895. 



vii, 351 p., 1 1. 

9-10519t 



front., map, facsims". 25^" 



See also Flagg. 

Gamble. 
Giles. 
Kingdon. 
White. 

Goulding. See also Adams. 

Gourlay. See Gurley. 

Gournay. See Gurney. 

Goux. See also Carney. 



CS71.Q697 1896 

CS71.F674 1903 

CS71.G191 1906 

CS71.G472 1864 

CS71.K64 1906 

CS71.W686 1900 

r63.M88 vol. 1 



CS71.C29 1904 



1369 Gow. 

A family memorial, 
printer, "1892] 

216 p. ports. 17^"^°. 
Comp. by Mrs. Ellen Gow. 

9-10517 



[Glens Falls, N. Y., C. H. Possons, 



CS71.G722 1892 



1360 Gower. 

My reminiscences, by Lord Ronald Gower . . . London, 
K. Paul, Trench & co., 1883. 

2 V. fronts, (v. 1: port.) 22"'°. 

"My father's family. The Gowers " : vol. 1, p. 67-96. "My mother's family. 
The Carlisle Howards": vol. 1, p. 97-116. 

10-5858 



284 LIBBARY OF CONGRESS 

Gower — Continued . 

1361 Gower of Great Grimsby. {In Harleian society. Publi- 
cations. London, 1903. vol. 51, p. 418-419) 

CS410.H3 vol. 61 

Gowrie, Earls of. See Ruthven. 

1362 Grace. 

Memoirs of the family of Grace, by Sheffield Grace . . . Lon- 
don [Weed and Rider, typ.] 1823. 

[176] p. plates, ports., maps, geneal. tables, coats of arms. 24*". 

Various paging. 

"Lines written at Jerpoint abbey" has special t.-p. 

Appended: To my friend, Sheffield Grace, on reading his memoir of hia 
father, Richard Grace, of Boley [by C. Symmons] — Lines written at Jerpoint 
abbey [dedicated to Sheffield Grace] — Grace's country [in Irish and English] — 
Grasaghaboe: a war song of the Graces of Courtstown [in Irish and English with 
music] — Descent of the family of Grace. The descent of the Graces of Grace- 
field from the house of Courtstown. Monumental inscriptions and other com- 
memorative compositions relating to the Grace family [with translations] 

CS499.G7 

4-23539 

See also Washington. CS69.W6 



Graeme. See also Byrd. E159.G66 

1363 Graf. 

Constitution of the Hans Graf family association . . . Organ- 
ized at Lancaster, Pa., August 22nd, 1866. Lancaster, S. A. 
Wylie, printer, 1866. 

10 p. 20^""^. 

CS71.G736 1866 

10-1490 

1363a Graham. 

Memoirs of ]\Iarquis of Montrose. By Mark Napier . . . 
Edinburgh, T. G. Stevenson; [etc., etc.] 1856. 

2 V. fronts., illus., ports., facsims. 22=". 
Paged continuously. 

DA803.7.A3N3 

3-26022 

1364 Memoirs of the Graham family, by Annie Kendrick Walker 

. . . New York, T. A. Wright [1908 ?] 

3 p. 1., 5-35 numb. 1. front., plates, ports. 19J*'™. 
"Edition of one hundred copies of which this is no. 81." 

CS71.G74 1908 

9-1386 

See also Haviland. P127.W6P3 

Jones. CS71.J76 1891 

Grandine. See also Lawson. CS71.L426 1903 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 285 

1366 Granger. 

Launcelot Granger of Newbury, Mass., and Suffield, Conn. 
A genealogical history, by James N. Granger . . . Hartford, 
Conn., Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 1893. 

ix, 9-587 p. plates, ports., map, diagr. 25"^™. 

Edition limited to 350 copies, of which this is no. 337. 

CS71.G758 1893 

^10516t 

Grannis. See also Dawson. CS71.D272 I874a 

1366 Grant. 

The ancestry of General Grant, and their contemporaries. 
By Edward Chauncey Marshall . . . New York, Sheldon & 
company, 1869. 

xiii, 186 p. 20'^°». 

CS71.a762 1860 

9-290S2t 

1367 Genealogical notes — 1. American ancestry of U. S. Grant. 

By H. E. Robinson ... [n. p.] Priv. print., 1885. 

17 p. ISJ'"*. 

"First published in the Republican, Maryville, Nodaway County, Missouri, 
August 13, 1885." 
No. 47 of an edition of 50 copies. 

CS71.Q763 1885 

2-13176 

1368 The Grant family; a genealogical history of the descend- 
ants of Matthew Grant, of Windsor, Conn. 1601-1898. By 
Arthur Hastings Grant. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., A. V. Haight, 
1898. 

xiv, 578 p. plates, ports., maps, facsims. 24 J""*. 

Continued as the Grant family mi^;azine . . . Feb. 1900-Dec. 1901. 

CS71.G762 1808 
Jan. 5, 9»-30 

1369 The Grant family magazine, supplementary to the Grant 

family history. Ed. by Arthur Hastings Grant, v. 1-2; Feb. 
1900-Dec. 1901. Montclair, N. J. [A. H. Grant] 1900-01. 

2 V. in 1. (1 p. 1., 579-809 p.) illus., port, 24^"". bimonthly. 
Paged continuously with the Grant family history. 
No more published. 

CS71.G762 1900-1901 

3-2335 

1369a Major Al pin's ancestors and descendants. Aberdeen, 

Priv. print., 1904. 
32 p. 2 pi. (incl. front.) 26«". 
Prefatoiy note signed P. J. Anderson. 
Major Alpin i. e. Alpin Grant. 

CS479.G7 
4-19900 



286 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1370 Grantham. 

The genealogie of the seuerall branches of the auntientt name 
and family of Grantham of Goltho in the counti of Lincolne: 
collected from the records in the Tower, priuet euidences, monu- 
ments in churches, and other places of greate antiquite A° Dom. 
M.cccccc.Lii. [London, Mitchell and Hughes, printers, 188-?] 

8 p. front, (col. coat of arms, col. port.) 26^"". 

"The original pedigree drawn on vellum is in the possession of T. E. Jacobson, 
esq." Foot-note. 

"25 copies only printed for private circulation." 

CS439.G6 
2-30669 

1371 Granville. 

The history of the Granville family. Traced back to Rollo> 
first duke of Normandy. With pedigrees, etc. By Roger 
Granville . . . Exeter, W. Pollard & co., 1895. 
vi p., 1 1., 489, [2] p. front., 8 pi., 22 port. 29"'°. 

CS439.G83 
8-37477 

Gratiot. See also Chouteau. CS71.C652 1893 

1372 Graves. 

Genealogy of the Graves family in America . . . By John 
Card Graves. Vol. 1. Buffalo, N. Y., Baker, Jones & co., 1896. 

1 V. front., pi., port., facsim. 24<"°. 

Contents. — v. 1. Sketch of the family in England. Genealogy of the family 
of Thomas Graves of Hatfield, Mass. 

CS71.G776 1896 

1-845 

See also Lawson. CS71.L425 1903 



1373 Gray. 

Gray and Coytmore. Communicated by William S. Apple- 
ton ... to the N. E. hist, and gen. register and reprinted from 
the July number, 1880. [Boston, 1880] 

7 p. 24^"™. 
Caption title. 

CS71.Q78 1880 

5-14705 

1374 The Gray family reunion at West Sedgwick, Maine, 

August 19, 1903; also some additional matter of interest. 
Bucksport, Me., Press of R. P. Harriman [1904] 

52 p. illus., ports, 23'=™. 
Ed. by Stanley D. Gray. 

CS71.G78 1904 
5-3025t 

See also Clark. CS71.C6 1896 



Grayson, ^ee aZso Pocahontas. CS71.B747 1887 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 287 

1375 Qrazebrook. 

Genealogical memoranda relating to the family of Graze- 
brook. London, Priv. print., 1878. 
2 p. I., 37 p. front., illus., pi., faceim. 2S<"" 

CS439.G65 

8-37474 

Qreele. See Greeley. 

1376 Greeley. 

Genealogy of the Greely — Greeley family, by George Hiram 
Greeley. Boston, Mass. [F. Wood, printer] 1905. 
2 p. 1., 911 p. front., plates, ports. 24°°*. 
On back of cover: Greele, Greely, Greeley. 

CS71.G794 1906 

7-33223 

Greely. See Greeley. 

1377 Green. 

Percival and Ellen Green, [By Samuel Abbott Green. -Bos- 
ton, Mass., Press of H. W. Dutton & son. 1861] 

5 p. 23='°. 
Caption title. 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register, v. 15, 1861, 
p. 105-109. 

CS71.G8 1861 

9-10511t 

1378 An account of Percival and Ellen Green and of some of 

their descendants. By Samuel Abbott Green . . . Privately 
printed. Groton, Mass. [Cambridge, Press of J. Wilson and son] 
1876. 

67 p. 26<'». 

CS71.G8 1876 

9-1051St 

1379 Greenes of Warwick in colonial history. Read before 

the Rhode Island historical society, February 27, 1877, by 
Henry E. Turner . . . Newport, R. I., Davis & Pitman, steam 
printers, 1877. 

68, [2] p., 1 1. 24<"». 

0S71.G8 1877 

9-105 14t 

1380 A genealogical sketch of the descendants of Robert Greene 

of Wales, Mass. By R. Greene . . . Boston, Mass., J. E. Far- 
well & CO., printers, 1885. 

64 p. front, (port.) 20"™. 

CS71.G8 1885 

9-10513t 



288 LIBRARY OF CONGRHSS 

Green — Continued . 

1381 Jabez Greene, and his descendants. By Myron W. Greene. 

[Honeoye Falls IN. Y., 1891] 

19 p. front, (port.) 23<=°». 
No t.-p. 

Reprinted from the Narragansett hist. reg. Jan. 1891. 
Jabez Greene was fifth in descent from John Greene of Narragansett, R. I. 

CS71.G8 1891 

1-887 

1382 Descendants of Joseph Greene, of Westerly, R. I. Also, 

other branches of the Greenes of Quidnesset, or Kingston, R. I., 
and other lines of Greenes in America. By Principal Frank L. 
Greene. Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 1894, 

500 p. 22"=". 

CS71.G8 1894 

^losiot 

1383 Succinct genealogical proofs of the house of Greene that 

were lords of Drayton, by Robert Halstead [pseud.] 1685. 
Photographic facsimile from the original volume with introduc- 
tion by Francis Vinton Greene. Printed for private distribu- 
tion, 1896. [London, 1896] 

X p., 2 1., p. 151-227 incl. front., illus., plates, coats of arms. 27 x 42'"». 

Reprint of the original edition with reproduction of t.-p.: A succinct gene- 
alogy of the house of Greene, that were lords of Drayton, justified by publick 
records, antient and extant charters, histories, and other authentick proofs. 
By Robert Halstead. [London, 1685] 

CS439.G7 

9-19365t 

1384 Genealogy of Ezra Green, bom in Litchfield County, Conn., 

1754. By Charles R. Green . . . Lyndon, Kan., 1897-[99] 

[102] p. port. 21^"™. 

Various paging. 

Issued for the Ezra Green family association. 

CS71.G8 1897 

9-10512t 

1386 Pedigree of the family of Greene, formerly of Greenville, 

Low Grange, and Newtown House, co. Kilkenny . . . and now 
of Milbrook, co. Kildare, Gaulstown house, co. Meath, and of 
the Shelleys, Lewes, Sussex, England . . . Also the unregis- 
tered pedigrees of Greene, formerly of Garryduff , co. Tipperary, 
and of Colonel Wm. Sheppey Greene. Comp. by Lieut.-Colonel 
J. J. Greene ... To which is added also the pedigree of the 
family of Greene, of Green's-Norton, Northamptonshire . . . 
[Dublin, Wood printing works] 1899. 

5 p. 1., [70] p. 52 pi. 30i°™. 

Variously paged. 

One hundred and fifty copies only . . . printed, no. 83. 

CS499.a8 

9-19105t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 289 

Green — Continued . 

1386 The Greene family in England and America, with pedigrees. 

Boston, Priv. print. [T. R. Marvin & son] 1901. 

147 p. col. front., pi. (partly col.) ports., geneal. tables. 24^'"°. 

CS71.G8 1901 

1-15053 

1387 The Greenes of Rhode Island, with historical records of 

English ancestry, 1534-1902; comp. from the mss. of the late 
Major-General George Sears Greene, U. S. V., by Louise Brownell 
Clarke . . . New York [The Knickerbocker press] 1903. 

xxviii p., 1 1., 892 p. col. front., plates, ports., facsim. 29^"™. 

CS71.Q8 1003 

3-17522 

1388 The Greene family and its branches from a. d. 861 to a. d. 

1904. By Lora S. La Mance, together with poems descriptive 
of the text, by Mrs. Attie A. Stowe. Floral Park, N. Y., May- 
flower publishing company [1904] 

7 p. 1., 293 p. front., illus., plates (partly col.) ports. 27*=™. 

CS71.G8 1004 

9-14502 

1389 Genealogical notes of the Green family. [Chicago, 1907] 

cover-title, 14 p., 1 1. 25i'"». 

Comp. by Henry Lewis Green. 

CS71.G8 1007 

10-2628 

See also Austin. F78.A03 

Colby. CS71.C686 1806 

Cooper. CS71.C777 looe 

Smedley. CS71.S637 leoi 

Vernon. F76.R62 no 13 

Vinton. CS71.V70 1868a 

Greene. See Green. 

1390 Qreenleaf. 

A genealogy of the Greenleaf family. By Jonathan Green- 
leaf . . . New York, Printed for the use of the family, by E. O. 
Jenkins, 1854. 

116 p. 23^'="'. 

CS71.G814 1864 

9-10523t 

1391 Genealogy of the Greenleaf family. Comp. by James 

Edward Greenleaf . . . Boston, F. Wood, printer, 1896. 

xi, 553 p. front., ports., fold, geneal. tab. 23''™. 

CS71.0814 1806 

9-10522t 

35819°— 10 19 



290 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Greenleaf — Continued . 

1392 The ancestry of Jane Maria Greenleaf, wife of William 

Francis Joseph Boardman, Hartford, Connecticut. By William 
F. J. Boardman . . . Hartford, Conn., Priv. print. [The Case, 
Lockwood & Brainard company] 1906. 
4 p. 1., [7J-133 p. front., plates, ports. 25^""^. 
"One hundred and fifty numbered copies." This copy not numbered. 

CS71.G814 1906 

6-46218 

1393 Greenlee. 

Genealogy of the Greenlee families in America, Scotland, Ire- 
land and England, with ancestors of Elizabeth Brooks Greenlee 
and Emily Brooks Greenlee. Also genealogical data of the 
McDowells of Virginia and Kentucky, by Ralph Stebbins 
Greenlee and Robert Lemuel Greenlee. Chicago, Illinois, pri- 
• vately printed, 1908. 

744 p. front., plates, ports., 2 col. coats of arms, fold, geneal. tab. SO""". 

CS71.G8142 1908 

10-10539 

1394 Greenough. 

Notes upon the ancestry of Ebenezer Greenough, and of his 
wife, Abigail Israel, and also, a list of their descendants. [By 
*Franklin Piatt. Philadelphia, Printed for private distribution, 
1895] 

38 p. geneal. tables. 25J<"". 

CS71.a816 1896 

9-10203t 

See also Bronsdon. CS71.B869 1902 

Shannon. CS71.S528 1906 

1395 Greenwood. 

Greenwood; colonial and revolutionary services. 1695-1783. 
By Isaac J. Greenwood. Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1899. 
[11] p. 20 X 24«"». 
Record of ancestral services of the Greenwoods. 

CS71.G817 1899 
Mar. 15,1900— 32 

See also Bronsdon. CS71.B869 1902 

Warren. CS71.W29 1903 

1396 Grenaway. 

John Grenaway. Abstracts of deeds (1650) from John 
Grenaway to his children. Suffolk deeds, book first, pages 
199-202. Communicated to the New-England historical and 
genealogical register, for Jan. 1878, by William B. Trask, esq., 
of Boston. [Boston, 1878] 

4 p. 25^^="". 

Caption title. 

CS71.G818 1878 

5-14272 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 291 

1397 Gresham. 

Genealogical memoranda relating to the family of Gresham. 
Comp. by Granville Leveson Gower . . . Not published. Lon- 
don, Mitchell & Hughes, printers, 1874-76. 

96 p. illus. (coat of anns) facsims. 32^*=™. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

Issued in 3 parts. 

CS430.G76 

9-18136t 

Gresley. See also Brown. CS439.B85 1903 

Greter. See Crater. 

1398 Greville. 

An historical and genealogical account of the noble family 
of Greville, to the time of Francis, the present earl Brooke, and 
earl of Warwick, including the history and succession of the 
several earls of Warwick since the Norman conquest; and some 
account of Warwick castle. London, 1766. 

2 p. 1., 108 p. front., illus., 2 pi., 3 plans, 4 geneal. tab. 23""". 

Dedication signed: Joseph Edmondson. 

CS439.G84 

8-37473 

Grey. See Gray. 

1398a Griffin. 

Griffin's journal. First settlers of Southold; the names of 
the heads of those famihes, being only thirteen at the time of 
their landing; first proprietors of Orient; biographical sketches, 
&c. &c. &c. by Augustus Griffin. Orient, L. I., Augustus 
Griffin, 1857. 
[3]-312 p. front, (port.) 19"™. 

F129.S74G8 

2-17683 

1399 Genealogy of the descendants of Jasper Griffing. Comp. by 

Clara J. Stone. [New York, De Baun & Morgenthaler, printersl 
1881. 
194 p. 26i'"°. 

CS71.G85 1881 

9-l0202t 

1400 Descendants of Col. Jacob Griffin and Ruth Woolsey. 

Chicago, 1900. 
geneal. tab. 74 x 52"° fold, to 28"'°. 
A blue print. 
Comp. by Edward A. Claypool. 

0S71.G85 1900 

a-29499 



292 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

GrifB.n — Continued. 

1401 Samuel Griffin of New Castle County on Delaware, planter; 

and his descendants to the seventh generation. Comp. and 
pub. by Thomas Hale Streets . . . Philadelphia, Pa., 1905. 

235 p. 20^"°'. 

On cover: Number two. Some allied families of Kent County, Delaware. 

CS71.G85 1906 

6-40996 

See also Noyes. CS71.N956 1007 

Pocahontas. CS71.I1747 1887 

Griflath. See also Powell. 0S71.P833 1866 

1402 Griffltts. 

Genealogical tables of the Griffitts family from 1752 to 1887. 

Comp. and arranged by Frank P. Griffitts . . . Lancaster, Pa., 

Daily intelligencer print, 1887. 

iv p., 1 1., [7]-88 p. 24""'. 

CS71.G856 1887 

10-1497 

1403 Grigsby. 

Genealogy of the Grigsby family in part, including a brief 
sketch of the Porter family . . . Chicago, Republished by 
R. H. McCormick, 1905. 

cover-title, 8 p. 23^"'". 

Signed: W. H. Grigsby. 

Originally pub. by W. H. Grigsby, 1878. 

CS71.G858 1906 

6-43481 

Grigson. See also Paine. CS439.P3 

1404 Griswold. 

Records of the Griswold, Crane, Paddock, Howes, Smith and 
Russell families. Comp. by Anna Russell Vance . . . Milwau- 
kee, Swain & Tate co., printers [1898] 

57 p. front., plates (partly col.) fold, geneal. tab. 24<"". 

CS71.G87 1898 

9-27098 

1404a Supplement . . . with additional records of Seymour, 

Backus and Andrews families. Milwaukee, Swain & Tate co. 
[1899] 

22 p., 1 1. 25i'"° 

CS71.G87 1899 

9-27099 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 293 

Qriswold — Continued . 

1405 Black Hall traditions and reminiscences, collected by 

Adeline Bartlett Allyn, granddaughter of Col. Charles Griswold. 
Hartford, Conn., The Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 
1908. 

87 p. illuB. (map) 18i'=«». 

CS71.G87 1908 

8-37649 

See also Hall. CS71.H177 1002a 

Hyde. CS71.H993 1904 

Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 

Orolleau. See also Withle. CS439.W64 

1406 Qroome. 

The Groome family and connections: a pedigree. With bio- 
graphical sketches, by Harry Connelly Groome. Philadelphia, 
Press of J. B. Lippincott company, 1907. 

xi, 15-113 p. fold, geneal. tab. 25""°. 

0S71.G877 1907 
7-17337 

See also Napier. 0S430.N3 



Gross. See also Sahler. 0S7i.si3 1896 

Grosvenor. See aha Taunton. CS439.T3 

Grout. See also Adams. F63.M88 voL l 

1407 Grubb. 

The Grubb family of Pennsylvania and Delaware. [West 
Chester, Pa., 1893] 
cover-title, 12 p. 22J«°». 
Signed: Gilbert Cope. 
"From the Daily local news, Oct. 1893." 

CS71.0886 1893 
5-12582 

— See also Hole. CS71.H729 1904 

1407a Guelf. 

A general history of the house of Guelph, or royal family of 
Great Britain, from the earliest period in which the name ap- 
pears upon record to the accession of His Majesty King George 
the First to the throne. With an appendix of authentic and 
original documents, by Andrew Halliday . . . London, Printed 
for T. and G. Underwood, 1821. 
XXXVI, 472, [31] p. incl. geneal. tablea. front. 28i x 23°"'. 

DD801.B857H2 

5-13S36 



294 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

Guelf — Continued. 

1408 Pedigree of the royal house of Guelph, dukes of Brunswick, 

kings of Great Britain and Ireland, and of Hanover, proceeding 
from the house of D'Este. Founded principally on "L'art de 
verifier les dates," with a few modern notes. By William 
Alexander Lindsay. London and Bungay, R. Clay and sons, 
limited, 1891. 
geneal. tab. 71 x 124«°» fold, to 25 x 22"'°. 

CS418.L6 

6-45682 

See also Brunswick. DD801.B857B6 

Brunswick. DD491.H25R3 

Hanover. DD491.H25H2 

1409 Guild. 

Genealogy of the descendants of John Guild, Dedham, Mas- 
sachusetts. By Calvin Guild . . . Providence, Providence press 
company, printers, 1867. 

xii, 120 p. 20<"". 

Edition of two hundred and fifty copies printed. 

CS71.G964 1867 

9-1020lt 

1410 Eightieth birth-day anniversary of Deacon Reuben Guild, 

West Dedham, Massachusetts, September 20, 1873. Together 
with the genealogy and personal history of the West Dedham 
branch of the Guild family. Providence, Printed for private 
distribution, 1873. 

cover-title, 21 p. 20«°». 

Comp. by Reuben Aldridge Guild. 

2-12084 

1411 The genealogy and history of the Guild, Guile and Gile 

family. By Charles Burleigh . . . Portland, Me., B. Thurston 
& CO., 1887. 

3 p. 1., [9]-381 p. col. fronts, (coats of arms) ports. 23°"». 

0S71.G954 1887 

9-10200t 

1412 Ancestry of Calvin Guild, Margaret Taft, James Hum- 
phreys and Rebecca Covell Martin. Including over one hun- 
dred surnames. 1620-1890. By Howard Redwood Guild . . . 
[Salem, Mass.] Printed by the Salem press publishing and 
printing co., 1891. 

3 p. 1., 42 p. 24<'°». 

" 300 copies of this work are printed for private circulation, of which this is 

no. 36." 

CS71.G954 1891 

9-10l99t 

See also Giles. 



Guile. See Guild. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 295 

1412a Gunning. 

Documents of the Gunning family. Cheltenham, Printed by 
S. C. Harper, 1834. 
1 p. 1., 68, 48 p. fold, geneal. tab. 24^'"°. 
Preface signed: Geo. Gunning. 
Four fold, pages inserted at end: "Petition of Geoi^e Gunning." 

CS439.aO 

10-11183 

1413 Qurley. 

The history and genealogy of the Gurley family . . . By 
Albert E. Gurley . . . Hartford, Conn., Press of the Case, 
Lockwood & Brainard company, 1897. 

285 p. plates, ports. 23^°". 

Title vignette. 

Contents. — pt. 1. Memorials of the Scottish house of Gourlay, by the Rev. 
Charles Rogers. — pt. 2. Extract from the Porter genealogy, comp. by Henry 
Porter Andrews. — pt. 3'. William Gurley of Wexford, Ireland. — pt. 4. Capt. 
Benjamin Gurley. — pt. 5. Rev. Joseph Gurley and Rev. John Gurley. 

CS71.G98 1807 

9-10l98t 

1414 Genealogy of Samuel Gourley and his descendants, 1784- 

1909; together with accounts of the families of Albert E. Gur- 
ley, Thomas B. Gourley, James Gourley, C. C. Lounsberry, 
James Gourley, Arthur Gourley, Thomas Gourley, Samuel B. 
Gourley, Joseph Gourley and George Gourley, and account of 
Gourley re-union, 1908. By C. T. Heydecker . . . [Waukegan? 
111., "19091 

32 p. inch front, (port.) illus. 23»»». 

CS71.G08 1009 

8-24238 

1416 Gurney. 

The record of the house of Goumay. Comp. from original 
documents by Daniel Gurney . . . London, Priv. print, by J. B. 
Nichols and J. G. Nichols, 1848. 

3 V. illus., plates, ports., maps, facsim. 29""'. 
Paged continuously. 

Added t.-p., engr. 

CS430.Q8 

8-29447 

1416 Three hundred years of a Norman house : the barons of 

Goumay from the 10th to the 13th century, with genealogical 
miscellanies. By James Hannay . . . London, Tinsley 
brothers, 1867. 

4 p. 1., 288 p. 20<"». 

"British family histories": p. [201]-261; "The family of Temple": p. 
[262]-288. 

DC611.N846.07 

5-14933t 



296 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1417 Gustin. 

Ancestry of John S. Gustin and his wife, Susan McComb, 
including an account of John Hubbard, second husband of 
Elinor Shepherd. By Mrs. Sarah A, Dewick. Boston, D. Clapp 
& son, 1900. 

136 p. 24J=°. 

Contents. — The Makepeace family. — The Browne family. — Ancestry of 
John S. Gustin (on the paternal side)— The Owen family.— The Price family. — 
Ancestry of John S. Gustin (on the maternal side) — Captain Elisha Shepherd. — 
The Smock family. — The Conover or Van Couwenhoven family. — The Schenck 
family. — John Hubbard. — Ancestry of Susan McComb: The Leggett family. 
Osberne, the seneschal. The Mandeville, De Rie and Roos families. Richard 
Lawrence. The Macomb family. John Mott. 

CS71.G982 1900 

5-39051 

1418 Guthrie. 

A brief history of a branch of the Guthrie family. Beginning 

with the residence in Edinburg, Scotland, in 1680, of John 

Guthrie, his emigration to this country in 1700, and tracing 

the descendants of his great-grandsons, Truman and Stephen, 

to the present day, by Seymour Guthrie. Chicago, 111., 1889. 

61 p., 1 1. front., illus., porta. 26»™. 

CS71.Gg84 1889 

9-10l97t 

1419 A sketch of Stephen Guthrie, senior, and his children ; a 

pioneer family of the Ohio land company of 1787. [Zanes- 
ville?0., 1891?] 

35 p. front, (port.) pi. lOi"-". 
Comp. by Stephen Hand Guthrie. 

CS71.G984 1891 

2-19820 

1420 Records of the Guthrie family of Pennsylvania, Connecti- 
cut, and Virginia, with ancestry of those who have intermarried 
with the family. By Harriet N. and Eveline Guthrie Dunn . . . 
Chicago, H. N. and S. L. Dunn, 1898. 

3 p. 1., 170 p. plates, ports. 23^'="'. 

CS71.G984 1898 

Feb. 23, 99-34 

1421 Genealogy of the descendants of Rev. Thomas Guthrie, 

D. D., and Mrs. Anne Burns or Guthrie, connected chiefly with 
the families of Chalmers and Trail, to which Mrs. Guthrie 
belonged, through her mother, Mrs. Christina Chalmers or 
Burns, and her great-grandmother, Mrs. Susannah Trail or 
Chalmers. Also incidental references to the families of Guthrie 
and Burns. Comp. from family records, letters, diaries ... by 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 297 

1421 Guthrie — Continued. 

Charles John Guthrie . . . With ninety-six illustrations. Edin- 
burgh, A. Elliot, 1902. 
[3]-159, [1] p. incl. fronts., illiis., porta., facsims., geneal. tables. 31J x 26""'. 

CS479.G8 

5-3754 

See also Sandys. 0S71.S22 1897 



1422 Guy. 

Notice sur la famille Guy et sur quelques autres families . . . 
Montreal, E. Sen6cal, 1867. 
iv, 53, 97 p. front., plates, ports., facsims., fold, map, coats of arms. 22^""'. 
By Francois Daniel. CS90.G8 

1422a (In his Nos gloires nationales. Montreal, 1867. 

22i<'°». V. 2, p. 241-304) 

F1006.D19 

9-19131-2t 

1423 Gwydir. 

The history of the Gwydir family, by Sir John Wynn . . . First 
pub. by the Honorable Daines Barrington, with an introduction 
and notes; now re-edited, with additional notes, by a native of 
the principality: to which is added, an original work, containing 
memoirs of celebrated and distinguished cotemporary Welsh- 
men, bishops, &c. by the same author. Ruthin, Printed by 
R. Jones, 1827. 

2 p. 1., vii p., 1 1., iii-xvi, [17]-121 p. ports., geneal. tables. 27 x 23°°. 

CS469.a8 

9-19351t 

1424 Gwynne. 

Military memoirs of the great civil war. Being the military 
memoirs of John Gwynne ; and an account of the Earl of Glen- 
cairn's expedition, as general of His Majesty's forces, in the 
Highlands of Scotland, in the years 1653 & 1654. By a person 
who was eye and ear witness to every transaction. With an 
appendix. Edinburgh, Printed for A. Constable and co.; [etc., 
etc.] 1822. 

[iii]-xiv, 263 p. 28J x 22°". 

DA410.698 

3-5502 

Gyles. See Giles, 

1425 Habergham. 

The Habergham family. References to, and remarks upon, 
the historical records, by Matthew Henry Habershon ... [n. p.] 
1903. 

16 p. 23°™. [With Bulloch, Joseph G. B. A history and genealogy of the 
Habersham family. Columbia, S. C, 1901] 

CS71.H114 1901 

$-24609 



298 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1426 Habersham. 

A history and genealogy of the Habersham family in con- 
nection with the history, genealogy and mention of the families 
of Clay, Stiles, Gumming, King . . . and many other names . . . 
By Joseph Gaston Baillie Bulloch . . . Columbia, S. C, The 
R. L. Bryan company, 1901. 

vi, 222 p. illus. 23^"™. 

CS71.H114 1901 

2-22289 

1427 Hack. 

William Hack and his descendants. By Christopher A. 
Hack ... [n. p., 1894?] 

4 p. 23i''". 

"Reprinted from the New-England historical and genealogical register for 
October, 1894." 

CS71.H118 1894 

2-12088 

Hackstaff. See also Macdonough. csTi.Mise I90i 

Haff. See also Crall. CS71.C889 1908 

Hafford. See Hayford. 

Hager. See also Bogardus. CS71.B674 1900 

1428 Haggard. 

History of the Haggard family in England and America, 
1433 to 1899. By David D. Haggard. Albany [J. Munsell's 
sons] 1899. 

135, [1] p. incl. front., illus., ports. 23J'"". 

CS71.H145 1899 
1-031 

See also Gentry. CS71.G339 1909 



1428a Hagin. 

Jewish ideals, and other essays, by Joseph Jacobs . . . Lon- 
don, D. Nutt; New York, Macmillan and co., 1896. 

xviii p., 1 1., 242 p. incl. illus., tab. fold. plan. 22i<=™. 

"The following essays have appeared in various periodicals during the past 
eighteen years." — Pref. 

" The Hagin family " geneal. tab., p. 185. 

DS143.J3 

10-4213 

1429 Haig. 

The Haigs of Bemersyde; a family history by John Russell, 
Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and sons, 1881. 

xiii, [1] p., 1 1., 496 p. front., illus., facaim. 23'"". 

DA768.3.H2I19 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 299 

1430 Haight. 

A genealogical narrative of the Daniel Haight family ; by his 
grandson Canniff Haight. Toronto, Rowsell & Hutchison, 1899. 
1 p. 1., 71 p. front. 27«">. 
Title vignette (coat of arms in red) 

CS71.H15 1899 

3-8997 

See also Hoyt. 

Haines. See Haynes. 
Halt. See Haight. 

1431 Hakes. 

The Hakes family; by Harry Hakes ... 2d ed.: with addi- 
tions and corrections. Wilkes-Barr6, Pa. [Press of R. Baur 
& son] 1889. 

2p. 1., [3]-220p. pi., ports. 23^"'". 

Blank pages at end for "Marriages, births, deaths." 

CS71.H166 1889 

9-10196 

Halcro. See also Erskine. CS479.E7 

Haldane. See also Roger. CS479.I17 

1432 Hale. 

Thomas Hale, the glover of Newbury, Mass. (1635) and his 
descendants. By Robert S. Hale . . . Boston, D. Clapp & 
son, printers, 1877. 

19 p. 25»°». 

"From the New England historical and genealogical register for January, 

1877." 

CS71.H163 1877 
»-10195 

1433 Genealogy of descendants of Thomas Hale of Walton, 

England, and of Newbury, Mass., by Robert Safford Hale, with 
additions by other members of the family. Ed. by George R. 
Howell. Albany, N. Y., Weed, Parsons and company, print- 
ers, 1889. 

xii, 415 p. front, (port.) plates, facsims. 23^°°'. 

CS71.H163 1889 

9-10194 

1434 Descendants of Major Samuel Hale. Cambridge [Mass.] 

The Riverside press, 1902. 

V, 117, [1] p. 17i<'"». 

Preface signed Elizabeth Hale Smith. 

CS71.H163 1902 

2-17874 



300 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Hale — Continued. 

1436 The Hale family of Connecticut. By Seymour Morris. 

Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1907. 
12 p., 1 1. 24"™. 

" Reprinted with additions from the N. E. historical and genealogical regis- 
ter for April, 1907." 

CS71.H163 1007 

8-36846 

1435a Ancestry and descendants of Josiah Hale, fifth, in de- 
scent from Samuel Hale of Hartford, Conn., 1637. To which 
is added an epistolary appendix showing other lines of descent. 
Comp. by Oscar Fitzalan Hale. Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle 
company, printers, 1909. 
133 p. front., facsims. 23^"°'. 

CS71.H163 1009 

10-15501 

See also Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

Swain. CS71.S97 1806 

1436 Hales. 

Pedigree of Sir Christopher Hales, of Lincoln, bart. Ex- 
tracted from the records of the College of arms. [Communicated 
by Richard Woof] London, Printed by Taylor and co., 1870. 

1 p. 1., 3 p. 28"™. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS439.H3a 

9-12699 

1437 Haley. 

Genealogical memoranda, relating chiefly to the Haley, Piper, 
Neal and Ricker families of Maine and New Hampshire. 
Comp. by Rev. John W. Hayley. Lowell, Mass., Courier- 
citizen CO., printers, 1900. 
115 p. front, (port.) 22o»°. 

CS71.H168 1900 

Mar. 29, 1900-61 

1438 Haliburton. 

Memorials of the Haliburtons. Edinburgh, Printed by J. 
Ballantyne & company, 1824. {In Rogers, Charles. Genea- 
logical memoirs of the family of Sir Walter Scott . . . London, 
1877. 22J««'. p. 1-70) 

A reprint of the ed. of 1824. 

Ed. by Sir Walter Scott. 

CS479.S4 

2-3462 

1439 HaU. 

The Halls of New England. Genealogical and biographical. 

By Rev. David B. Hall . . . Albany, N. Y., Printed for the 

author by J. Munsell's sons, 1883. 

X p., 1 1., 735, 55 p. pi., ports. 23*"". 

CS71.H177 1883 
9-15595 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 301 

Hall — Continued . 

1440 Genealogical notes: relating to the families of Hon. 

Lyman Hall of Georgia; Hon. Samuel Holden Parsons Hall, 
of Binghamton, N. Y. ; and Hon. Nathan Kelsey Hall, of 
Buffalo, N. Y. Arranged by Theo. Parsons Hall . . . Albany, 
N. Y., Printed for private distribution, by J. Munsell's sons, 1886. 

1 p. 1., 191, [11 p. plates, ports., fold, geneal. tables. 23^"™. 

CS71.H177 1886 

9-10193 

1441 Hall ancestry. A series of sketches of the lineal ancestors 

of the children of Samuel Holden Parsons Hall and his wife 
Emeline Bulkeley of Binghamton, N. Y. With some account 
of nearl}'^ one hundred of the early Puritan families of New 
England. Also tables showing the royal descents of Mary 
Lyman and Sarah Chauncy and their descendants. By Charles 
S. Hall. New York, [etc.] G. P. Putnam's sons, 1896. 

1 p. 1., X p., 1 1., 507 p. front, (port.) 23^=". 

" This edition consists of two hundred copies of which this is no. 82." 

CS71.H177 1896 

9-10192 

1442 John Hall of Wallingford, Conn. A monograph by James 

Shepard. New Britain, Conn., Record press, 1902. 

60 p., 1 1. 24J''". 

CS71.H177 1908 

3-3187 

1443 Memoranda relating to the ancestry and family of Sophia 

Fidelia Hall, by Mrs. S. F. Hall Coe. Meriden, Conn., Printed 
by the Curtiss-Way co., 1902. 

3 p. 1., 231, Iv, iii p. front, (port.) 24''"». 

0S71.H177 1902a 

3-16249 

1444 Records of Captain John Hall, bom May 27, 1723, died 

Aug. 6, 1777, in the defense of his country. With some 
account of his ancestors and descendants. Compiled by 
Gilbert Edgerton Hall. Fremont, Ohio, J. H. Stine's print, 1904. 

1 p. 1., 29 p. 17i°"». 

CS71.H177. 1904 

4-21136 

See also Baldwin. CS71.B19 1881 

Converse. CS71.C766 1905 

Forrest. CS71.F729 1897 

McGinnls. CS71.M145 1892 



302 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

1445 HaUeck. 

Brief sketch of the Hallock ancestry in the United States: 
prepared for the memoir of Jeremiah and Moses Hallock. 1863- 
1866. [By William Allen Hallock. New York, American tract 
society, 1866] 

1 p. 1., [389H04 p., 1 1. 19^"°. 

Caption title. 

CS71.H184 1866 

&-39297 

1446 The Hallock-Holyoke pedigree and collateral branches in 

the United States; being a revision of the Hallock ancestry of 
1866 prepared by Rev. Wm. A. Hallock, d. d., with additions 
and tracings of family genealogies to the present date and gen- 
eration, by Charles Hallock . . . Amherst, Mass., Press of Car- 
penter & Morehouse, 1906. 

4 p. 1., 83, [1] p. front., illus., plates, ports. IDi""". 

CS71.H184 1906 

6-37622 

1447 Hallen. 

An account of the family of Hallen or Holland (De Mirabelle 
dit van Halen of Malines), from a. d. 1280 to a. d. 1885, with 
pedigrees of families of Hatton of Newent, Shakspeare of Strat- 
ford-on-Avon, and Weight of Clingre. By Arthur W. Cornelius 
Hallen . . . Edinburgh, Print, by Neill and company, 1885. 

3p. 1., 76p. front., 7pl., xgeneal. tab. 32J°°'. 

Slip containing "Errata" inserted after p. 76. 

"One hundred copies." Privately printed. 

CS439.H26 

8-37475 

1448 Hallett. 

The Hallett family. {In Genealogical notes of Barnstable 
families, being a reprint of the Amos Otis papers . . . Revised 
by C. F. Swift . . . Barnstable, Mass., 1888-90. 22i<"". v. 1, 
p. 473-531) 

F74.B1408 

4-11457 

1449 HaUey. 

Some material for a pedigree of Dr. Edmond Halley. By 
Eugene F. McPike . . . Exeter, W. Pollard & co. ltd., printers 
[1908] 
cover-title, 11 p. 
"Reprinted from the Genealogist, n. s., vol. xxv, July, 1908." 

CS439.H28 
8-31729 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 303 

Halley — Continued . 

1450 Extracts from British archives on the families of Halley, 

Hawley, Pyke, etc. (Second series) By Eugene F. McPike. 
Reprinted from the Magazine of history. New York, 1909. 
cover-title, 31 p. 24«"». 

CS439.H28 1909 

9-26455 

See also McPike. CS71.M172 I90a 



Hallock. See Halleck. 

1451 HaUoweU. 

Record of a branch of the Hallowell family, including the 
Longstreth, Penrose, and Norwood branches. Comp. by Wil- 
liam Penrose Hallowell. Philadelphia, Hallowell & co., 1893. 

246 p. front., illus., plates (partly col.) ports. 22"°". 

CS71.H193 1893 

&-10191t 

1452 Halsey. 

Thomas Halsey of Hertfordshire, England, and Southampton, 
Long Island, 1591-1679, with his American descendants to the 
eighth and ninth generations. By Jacob Lafayette Halsey and 
Edmund Drake Halsey, with an introduction by Francis Whit- 
ing Halsey . . . Morristown, N. J. [Printed at "The Jerseyman" 
office] 1895. 

ix, 550 p. col. front., pi., porta., faceims., geneal. tab. 24J<"". 

CS71.H196 1896 

&-10184t 

1453 Halsted. 

Descendants of Rebecca Ogden and Caleb Halsted. [By W. 
Ogden Wheeler and E. D. Halsey. Morristown, N. J., 1896] 

34 p. 24<'"». 

No t.-p. 

Printed for correction only. 

CS71.H197 1896 

1-10371 

Hamblen. See Hamlin. 

Hambleton. See Hamilton. 

Hamer. See also Robinson. cs7i.ii66 1906 

1454 Hamilton. 

The memoires of the lives and actions of James and William, 
dukes of Hamilton and Castleherald, &c. In which an account 
is given of the rise and progress of the civil wars of Scotland . . . 
With many letters, instructions, and other papers, written by 



304 LIBKAKY OF CONGKESS 

1464 Hamilton — Continued. 

King Charles the i. never before published. All drawn out of, 
or copied from the originals. By Gilbert Burnet . . . London, 
Printed by J. Grover, for R. Royston, 1677. 
lip. 1., 436, [16] p. 2 port. (incl. front.) 30J«'". 

DA803.7.H2B8 

5-5803 

1465 Memoirs of the house of Hamilton, corrected. With an 

addition. Edinburgh, J. Stevenson, 1828. 

12, 4 p. 28| X 22"™. 
By Dr. Hamilton, of Bardowie. 

A reply to the "Supplement to the Historical and genealogical memoirs of 
the house of Hamilton," by John Anderson. 

CS479.H2 1828a 
6-38107 

1456 Reply to the misstatements of Dr. Hamilton of Bardowie, 

in his late "Memoirs of the house of Hamilton, corrected." 
Respecting the descent of his family; with an appendix of 
original matter, partly affecting the Hamiltons, and Stewarts, 
and representation of the old earls of Lennox, &c. Edinburgh, 
J. Stevenson, 1828. 
2 p. 1., 26, 10 p. 28 X 22""'. 
Signed: J. R. i.e., John Riddell. * 

CS479.H2 1828b 

6-38108 

1457 The memoirs of the lives and actions of James and William, 

dukes of Hamilton and Castle-Herald. By Gilbert Burnet. 
Oxford, At the University press, 1852. 

xxxii, 555 p. 22°™. 

DA803.7.H2B9 
6-5802 

1458 The Hamilton manuscripts : containing some account of 

the settlement of the territories of the upper Clandeboye, Great 
Ardes, and Duff erin, in the county of Down, by Sir James Ham- 
ilton, knight, (afterwards created Viscount Claneboye,) in the 
reigns of James i. and Charles i., with memoirs of him, and of 
his son and grandson, James, and Henry, the first and second 
earls of Clanbrassil (of the first creation); and of their families, 
connexions, and descendants. Printed from the original mss., 
and ed. by T. K. Lowry . . . With appendixes, containing 
copies of grants from the crown, inquisitions of ofl&ce, deeds, 
wills, and other original documents relating to the foregoing 
territories. Belfast, Archer and sons [1867] 

viii, 166 p., 1 1., cv, [1] p. 23^ x 20"°^. 

"The . . . mas. are without name or date, but contain internal evidence of 
having been written by a member of the Hamilton family, about the latter end 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 305 

1468 Hamilton — Continued. 

of the 17th century, and certainly prior to the year 1703 . . . the editor has come 
to the conclusion, from the internal evidence . . . that it was Mr. William Ham- 
ilton, of Edinburgh . . . who was their author. He died about the year 1712, 
at Eallileagh castle." — Introd. 

"Pedigree of the Hamilton family": p. 158-166. 

DA990.D7H3 

2-29628 

1469 Geneological [!] record of the Hambleton family, descend- 
ants of James Hambleton of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, who 
died in 1751. With mention of other Hambletons in England 
and America. By Chalkley J. Hambleton . . . Chicago, For the 
author, 1887. 

108 p. 25^°'". 

p. 106-108 blank for record of marriages, births and deaths. 

CS71.H22 1887 

5-27456 

1459a The Olivestob Hamiltons, by Rev. Arthur Wentworth 

Hamilton Eaton , . . New York, Priv. Drint.. 1893. 

23 p. 31 X 24J''». 

CS470.H2 1893 

1460 The genealogy of the Hamilton family, from 1716 to 1894. 

Comp. by Salome Hamilton . . . Minneapolis, A. C. Bausman, 
printer, 1894. 

11 p. 1., [13H33 p. 22i''». 

CS71.H22 1894 

9-10838t 

1460a — The family of Hamilton, by a member of the British his- 
torical society [Braddin Hamilton] London and New York, 
1897. 
23 p. HixllJ""". 

CS479.H2 1897 

2-4973 

1461 Lancaster townstead. How, when and where laid out by 

the Hamiltons in 1730. The Hamilton ancestry and coat of 
arms. The ground rents, the market houses and the public 
spring. The population at various periods. By S. M. Sener, 
Lancaster, Pa., 1901. 

14, [1] p. 25<="^. 

F159.L2S6 

1-16609 

See also Jenkins. CS71.J6 1904 

Mann. CS71.M28 1876 

Roberts. CS71.I164 1902 

Robinson. CS71.R66 1907 

35819°— 10 20 



306 LIBBABY OF CONGBESS 

1462 Hamlin. 

History of the Hamlin family with genealogies of early settlers 
of the name in America. 1639-1894 ... Pt. 1. . . . By H. 
Franklin Andrews . . . Exira, la., G. W. Guernsey, 1894. 

130 p., 1 1. 23i<"°. 

CS71.H223 1804 

9-10837t 

1463 The Hamlin family ; a genealogy of Capt. Giles Hamlin of 

Middletown, Connecticut. 1654-1900. By Hon. H. Franklin 
Andrews. Exira, la., The author, 1900. 

479 p. incl. front., illus., ports., facsims. 26^°™. 

CS71.H223 1900 

1-22233 

1464 Eleazer Hamlin and his descendants; their homes, by 

Myra Sawyer Hamlin. Bangor, Me., Priv. print., 1909. 

3 p. 1., 7-46 numb. 1., 1 1. front., plates. 25"'°. 
Printed on one side of leaf only. 

CS71.H223 1009 

9-4477 

1465 Hammond. 

Descendants of Benjamin Hammond. [Boston, 1876] 

7 p. 26°'". 

Comp. by Philip Battell. 

"Reprinted from the Historical and genealogical register, for January, 1876." 

CS71.H226 1876 

9-10836t 

1466 . . . Swanzey Hammond genealogy, comp. by Joseph' 

Hammond . . . Marlboro', N. H., W. L. Metcalf, printer, 1890. 

17 p. front, (port.) 18°". 
At head of title: 1550. 1890. 

CS71.H226 1890 

4-24958 

1467 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. By Roland Hammond . . . Boston, D. Clapp & 
son, printers, 1894. 

ix, 311 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 23i°°". 

CS71.H226 1804 

9-10835t 

1468 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. By Frederick Stam 
Hammond. Oneida, N. Y., Ryan & Burkhart, printers, 
1902-04. 

2 V. fronts., pi., port. 23*°°'. 

CS71.H226 1002 

2-22724 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 307 

Hammond — Continued . 

See also Dorsey. CS71.D718 1898 

Prime. cs7i.P96a 1887 

Prime. cs7i.pe62 1897 

Hancock. See also Bavis. CS71.B374 1880 

Hand. See also Nash. CS71.N25 1902 
Handerson. See Henderson. 

Haney. See also Lawson. CS71.L426 1903 

1469 Hanmer. 

The correspondence of Sir Thomas Hanmer, bart., speaker 
of the House of commons. With a memoir of his life. To 
which are added, other relicks of a gentleman's family. Ed. 
by Sir Henry Bunbury, bart. London, E. Moxon, 1838. 

xvi, 509, [1] p. geneal. tables. 22«»» 

DA497.H2B9 
5-6840 

1470 Notes and papers to serve for a memorial of the parish 

of Hanmer, in Flintshire. Collected by Sir John Hanmer, bart. 
at Bettisfield, 1871-2 ... 2d ed. Westminster, Printed by J. 
B. Nichols & sons, 1872. 

3 p. 1., 153, [1] p. illus., pi. (partly col.) port., map, facsim. 29x22""'. 
Mostly devoted to the genealogy of the Hanmer family. 

DA746.H24H2 

1471 A memorial of the parish and family of Hanmer in Flint- 
shire out of the thirteenth into the nineteenth century, by John, 
lord Hanmer . . . Ldndon, Priv. print, at the Chiswick press, 
1876. 

viii, 298 p., 1 1. 22"". 

CS459.H3 

2-1347 

See also Jennens. CS439.J5 



Hanna. See also Cooper. CS71.C777 1906 

Hole. CS71.H729 1904 

1472 Hanover. 

Annals of the house of Hanover, collected and arranged by 
Sir Andrew Halliday . . . London, N. Sams, 1826. 

2 V. fronts., ports. 24^"™. 

DD491.H26H2 

4-27118 

See also Brunswick. dd801.B857I16 

Brunswick. DD491.H26B.3 

Quelf. DD801.B867H2 

Guelf. 0S418.L6 



308 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1473 Hapgood. 

Hapgood. [Boston, 1859] 

p. 111-142. 24=°'. 
Caption title. 

Detached from "Genealogical register of the descendants of several ancient 
Puritans, by Abner Morse." Boston, 1859, v. 2, p. 111-142. 

CS71.H252 1869 

9-10840t 

1474 The Hapgood family, descendants of Shadrach, 1656-1898. 

A new ed., with supplement by Warren Hapgood . . . Boston, 
The compiler, 1898. 

590 p. front., plates, ports. 24°™. 

Title vignette. 

First ed. comp. by Abner Morse and published in v. 2 of his "Genealogical 
register of the descendants of several ancient Puritans," Boston, 1859, p. 
111-142. 

Supplement, p. 361-590, contains miscellaneous papers mainly of a sporting 
character. 

0S71.H252 1898 

9-10839 

1475 Harbaugh. 

Annals of the Harbaugh family in America, from 1736 to 
1856. By Rev. H. Harbaugh . . . Chambersburg, Pa., Printed 
by M. Kieffer & co., 1856. 

148 p. lej-"". 

CS71.H266 1856 

9-10845 

1476 Hardaway. 

Thomas Hardaway of Chesterfield County, Virginia, and his 
descendants. By Sarah Donelson Hubert . , . Richmond, Va., 
Whittet & Shepperson, printers and -publishers, 1906. 

55 p. 22^"^". 

CS71.H259 1906 

8-36845 

1477 Harding. 

A narrative history of the Harding family ... by Anne 
Katherine Holt. Milwaukee, Wis., Wright & Joys co., 1904. 

4 p. 1., xiii-xv, 126 p. incl. plates, ports., geneal. tables, front., 2 fold, 

geneal. tables. 28"'". 

"Privately printed." 

CS71.H263 1904 

5-3481 

1478 Hardinge. 

Memoirs of George Hardinge . . . senior justice of the counties 
©f Brecon, Glamorgan and Radnor: with anecdotes of the 
Hardinge family. By John Nichols . . . Extracted from " Ulus- 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 309 

1478 Hardinge — Continued. 

trations of the literary history of the 18th century." London, 
Printed for the author, by Nichols, son, and Bentley, 1818. 

viii, 288, 513-560, 168, 264 p. 4 port. (incl. front.) 21io">. 

Biographical anecdotes of Daniel Wray (168 p.) and Biographical memoira 
of the Rev. Sneyd Davies (264 p.) in form of letters by George Hardinge to 
the author. 

10-5857 

1479 The history of Melbourne, in the county of Derby, includ- 
ing biographical notices of the Coke, Melbourne, and Hardinge 
families: by John Joseph Briggs. 2d ed. Derby, Bemrose 
and son; London, Whittaker and co. [1852] 

8 p. 1., [9]-205 p. front., 6 pi., 2 port., 2 plans. 25i°». 

DA690.M66B8 

3-14497 

Haring. See Herring. 

Harley. See also Cavendish. CS438.Cd 

Drummond. CS419.D7 

Harlow. See also Pierce. 0S71.P616 1874 

1480 Harman. 

Souvenir of the Harmon reunion, at the residence and grounds 
of Charles RoUin Harmon, Aurora, Ohio, Aug. 13, 1896. Pub- 
lished in compliance with the request of the secretary of the 
association for a copy of the address of the occasion by the 
speaker, Israel Harmon. [Springfield] 1896. 

[20] p. 4 port., facsim. 23^""'. 

CS71.H287 1896 
1-986 

1481 Harmon; history, genealogy. [Springfield ? Mass.] 1898. 

geneal. chart (86i x 76'''») fold, to 24^ x 19i''">. 

Illus. and porta, on chart. 

"This chart was written 1898 by Israel Harmon iii to record and preserve his 
family record." 

CS71.H287 1898 
1-985 

Harness. See also Van Meter. F226.V2e 

Harriman. See also Lamb. CS71.L218 1900 

1482 Harrington. 

[Herrington genealogical chart] Galveston [Tex.] Clarke and 

Courts mfg. stationers [189- ?] 

geneal. tab. 21^ x 27i'"». 

OS71.H311 189- 
S-a0234 



310 



LIBRABY OF CONGSESS 



Harrington — Continued. 

1483 [The Harrington family in America. 

Hausauer-Jones printing co., 1907 ?] 

127 p. front, (port.) plates, facsim. 19i''"'. 

Title within ornamental border. 

Introduction signed: Eugene W. Harrington. 

10-2627 



Buffalo, N. Y., 



CS71.H311 1007 



See also Flagg. 
White. 



CS71.F574 
CS71.W585 



1903 
1000 



1484 Harris. 

Robert Harris and his descendants. With notices of the 
Morey and Metcalf families. Comp. by Luther M. Harris . . . 
Boston, H. W. Dutton & son, 1861. 
56 p. 24"-. 
Manuscript letter attached to cover. 



0S71.H316 1861 



9-10844 



1485 



Harris genealogy. A history of James Harris, of New 

London, Conn, and his descendants; from 1640 to 1878 . . . 
With an appendix containing brief notices of several other early 
settlers of New England of the name of Harris . . . By Nath'l 
Harris Morgan . . . Hartford, The Case, Lockwood & Brainard 
CO. print, 1878. 

239 p. front., illus., ports. 23i''». 

8 blank pages for "Family record " at end. 



CS71.H316 1878 



9-10843t 



1485a 



A narrative of the descendants of Samuel Harris of Ford- 



ingbridge, Hantz, together with a notice of 
Masterman of London. [By Joseph Foster] 
print, at the Chiswick press, 1878. 

V, 27 numb. 1. pi. (col. coat of arms) fold, geneal. tab. 

Printed on one side of leaf only. 

'• Masterman of Leyton ": [17]-23. 

Will of Richard Harris: 3 p. inserted. 

Cover-title: The pedigree of Harris of Hampshire. 

10-11653 



the family of 
London, Priv. 

27^"°'. 



CS430.H20 



1486 



Aunt Emma's story of the Harrises, by ''Quill-wheel" 

[Mrs. Isaac Newton Mason] . . . Springfield, Mass., Atwood & 
Noyes, printers, 1880. 



vi, [7]-91 p. 21°"'. 
Preface by "Aunt Lill." 



CS71.H316 1880 



4-24208 



AMEBICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 311 

Harris — Continued . 

1487 The Harris family. Thomas Harris, in Ipswich, Mass. in 

1636, and some of his descendants, through seven generations, 
to 1883. By William Samuel Harris. Nashua, N. H., Printed 
for the author, by Barker & Bean, 1883. 

vi, 135 p. front., illus., ports. 23^'^". 

CS71.H316 1883 

9-10700 

1488 Genealogical and biographical sketches of the New Jersey 

branch of the Harris family, in the United States. By Mrs. 
Sarah J. (Harris) Keifer. Madison, Wis., Democrat printing 
company, 1888. 

350 p. porta. 23""°. 

CS71.H316 1888 

9-10842 

1489 [The descendants of] Captain Thomas Harris [of Henrico 

County, Va. Richmond, Va., W. E. Jones, printer, 1893] 

geneal. tab. 30 J x 68<'°. 

Comp. by William Glover Stanard. 

CS71.H316 1893 

4-18968 

1490 Edward Harris and his ancestors 1634-1820, by William 

Preston Johnston. Louisville, Ky., Press of J. P. Morton & 
company, 1899. 

26 p. front. ISi"". 

CS71.H316 1899 

10-8978 

1491 Josiah Harris, 1770-1845; East Machias, Maine. His 

ancestors and descendants in nine generations. Comp. by Her- 
bert Harris . . . Bangor, Me., 1903. 

19 p. 22i««. 

CS71.H316 1903 

4-22356 

1492 Record of the Harris family descended from John Harris, 

born 1680 in Wiltshire, England. Philadelphia [Press of G. F. 
Lasher] 1903. 

135 p. 27°™. 

Preface signed Joseph S. Harris. 

CS71.H316 1903a 

3-20070 

1493 The collateral ancestry of Stephen Harris, born September 

4, 1798 and of Marianne Smith, born April 2, 1805. Philadel- 
phia [G. F. Lasher, printer] 1908. 

190 p. incl. geneal. tables. 27°"», 
Leaves inserted :" Notes. " 
Preface signed Joseph S. Harris. 

CS71.H316 1908 

9-1996 

See also Butler. 0S71.B986 1888 

Chute. CS71.C666 1894 

Gentry. CS71.G339 1909 

Miller. cs71.M66 1907 



312 LIBBARY OF CONGRESS 

1494 Harrison. 

The ancestry of Benjamin Harrison, president of the United 
States of America, 1889-1893, in chart form showing also the 
descendants of William Henry Harrison, president of the United 
States of America in 1841, and notes on families related, by 
Charles P. Keith . . . Philadelphia [Printed by J. B. Lippincott 
company] 1893. 

96 p. fold, geneal. tab. 26*"". 

CS71.H32 1893 

7-12869 

See also Byrd. E159.G66 

Pocahontas. CS71.I1747 1887 

1495 Hart. 

Thomas Hart, Ipswich, Mass. Some of his descendants, 
[n. p., n. d.] 

[8] p. 24J«'°. 

Caption title. 

CS71.H32e 

8-22384 

1496 History of the Hart family, of Warminster, Bucks County, 

Pennsylvania. To which is added the genealogy of the family, 

from its first settlement in America. By W. W. H. Davis. 

[Doylestown, Pa.] Print, priv. [W. W. H. Davis, printer] 1867. 

139, 20 p. col. front, (coat of arms) 24''". 

CS71.H326 1867 

9-10841 

1497 Genealogical history of Deacon Stephen Hart and his 

descendants, 1632. 1875, with an introduction of miscella- 
neous Harts and their progenitors, as far as known; to which is 
added a list of all the clergy of the name found, all the physi- 
cians, all the lawyers, the authors, and soldiers. By Alfred 
Andrews . . . Published by Austin Hart . . . Hartford, The 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard co., printers, 1875. 

ix, riO]-606 p. front., ports. 23°°'. 

CS71.H326 1875 

9-10854 

1498 Genealogical narrative of the Hart family in the United 

States, comp. by Mrs. Sarah S. Young. Printed for private 
distribution. Memphis, S. C. Tool & co., steam printers, 1882. 
82 p. 23^"™. 

Preface signed: " J[ohn] P[reston] Young" and "C[harles] L. Ficklen." 

CS71.H326 1882 

9-10853 

1499 Genealogical history of Samuell Hartt from London, Eng- 
land, to Lynn, Mass., 1640, and descendants, to 1903, Nicholas 
Hart, from London to Taunton, Mass., 1642, at Boston, Mass., 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 313 

1499 Hart — Continued. 

1643, and Warwick, R. I., 1648, and descendants, Isaac Hart 
from Scratby, England, to Watertown, Mass., 1636, later of 
Reading, Mass., and Thomas Hart, of Ipswich, Mass., 1639, 
Lawrence Hart, of Newbury, Mass., 1675, James Hart, of Lei- 
cester, Mass., 1734, Jacob Hart, of Dedham, Mass., 1735, Peter 
Rine Hart, of Colerain, Mass., 1776, Avery Hart, from England 
to St. George, Me., 1754, and several short lines and their de- 
scendants up to 1903. Comp., arranged, and pub. by James M. 
Hart. Pasadena, Cal.[° 1903] 

4 p. 1., 631 p. front., ports. 23^'="'. 

CS71.H326 1903 

4-18637 

1500 The family history of Hart of Donegal. By Henry Travers 

Hart. London, M. Hughes & Clarke, 1907. 

vii, [1], 158 p. front, (coat of arms) plates, fold, map, fold.geneal. tab. 23"^. 

"The no. of this copy is 54." 

Some leaves left blank for memoranda. 



M5744 


CS409.H3 


See also Dinklns. 


CS71.D685 1908 


Screven. 


1889 


Shakespeare. 




Hartshome. See also Gamble. 


CS71.G191 1906 


Qenung. 


CS71.G341 1906 



1601 Hartwell. 

Hand-book of Hartwell genealogy, 1636-1887. An account 
of the descendants of William Hartwell of Concord, Mass., and 
allied families . . . By L. W. Densmore. Boston, Press of 
G. E. Crosby & co., 1887. 

1 p. 1., 195, [1] p., 1 1. 23i''»». 

CS71.H337 1887 

9-10852 

1602 The Hartwell family. An account of the descendants of 

William Hartwell, of Concord, Mass. 1636-1895. By L. W. 
Densmore. Hartford, Conn., The Fowler & Miller company, 
printers, 1895. 
176 p. 23J««. 

CS71.H337 1896 

2-5244 

See also Barrett. F74.C8P8 



314 LIBRABY OF CONGRESS 

1503 Harvard. 

John Harvard and his ancestry. By Henry F. Waters, a. b. 
Boston, New-England historic genealogical society, 1885-86. 

2 V. front, (v. 2) 25"™. (In his Genealogical gleanings in England. Boston, 
1883-89. [pt. IX, XIV]) 

Paged continuously. 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. roister for July, 1885, 
and October, 1886. 

CS411.W32 

7-9659 

Copy 2. Separate. 

CS71.H339 1886 

1504 Harvey. 

Inscriptions in Harvey vault and chapel, Hempstead church, 
CO. Essex; and extracts from the parish register of Hempstead. 
With notes. London, Mitchell and Hughes, 1886. 
14 p. 28"°'. 
By William James Harvey. 

CS439.H3 
6-8680 

1506 Genealogy of the family of Harvey, of Folkestone, co. 

Kent; London; Hackney and Twickenham, co. Middlesex; 
Croydon, Putney and Kingston, co. Surrey; Hempstead, 
Chigwell and Barking, co. Essex; Clifton and Wike, co. Dorset, 
etc. Comp. from original sources, with notes, by William J. 
Harvey . . . London, Mitchell and Hughes, 1889. 

18 p. 28°'°. 

50 copies privately printed, cf. Brit. mus. Catalogue. 

CS439.H3 1889 

6-8681 

1506 The Harvey book : giving the genealogies of certain branches 

of the American families of Harvey, Nesbitt, Dixon and Jame- 
son, and notes on many other families . . . with . . . biograph- 
ical sketches. By Oscar Jewell Harvey. Wilkesbarr6, Pa. 
[E. B. Yordy & co.] 1899. 
1057 p. front., plates, ports., map, facsim. 24=", 
No. 128 of 210 copies privately printed. 

CS71.H341 1899 
i-ioao 

1507 Ancestry of Col. John Harvey, of Northwood, New Hamp- 
shire, an officer of the line in the war of the revolution, and an 
original member of the New Hampshire society of the Cin- 
cinnati. By John Harvey Treat, a. m. Boston, Priv. print., 
1907. 

47 p. 25<'=». 

CS71.H341 1907 
7-27759 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 315 

1608 Harwood. 

A genealogical history of the Harwood families descended 
from James Harwood, who was of English origin, and resided 
in Chelmsford, Mass. By Watson H. Harwood. Potsdam, 
N. Y., Pub. for the author, A. F. Bigelow, 1879. 

33 p. 20J««». 

CS71.H343 1870 

9-10851 

1609 A genealogical history of the Harwood families, descended 

from Andrew Harwood, who was born in England, and resided 
in Boston, Mass. By Watson H. Harwood. 2d ed. ... 
Chasm Falls, N. Y. [Malone, N. Y., Robbins the printer] 1896. 

91 p., 1 1., [10] p. front., ports. 21i<"". 

In the 1st ed. the record extended back only to James Harwood, a grandson 
of Andrew. 

CS71.H343 1896 

9-l0850t 

See also Read. cs7i.ii284 1806 

1610 Haskell. 

A genealogical table of the main line of the Haskell family. 
Ed. by Albert E. Haskell and Burnette G. Haskell. San 
Francisco, 1877. 
[13] p. 24^°"'. 

CS71.H35 1877 
9-1084»t 

See also White. 0S71.W686 1873 



Haskin. See Haskins. 

1611 Haskins. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson, his maternal ancestors, with some 
reminiscences of him, by David Greene Haskins, d. d. . . . Bos- 
ton, Cupples, Upham & company, 1886. 

59 p. 18J«»». 

CS71.H351 1886 

10-5246 

1612 Genealogically, a brief history of Elkanah Haskin, and 

descendents [!] of his son, Enoch Haskin, referring to their 
births, marriages, deaths, residences, etc. 1700 to 1890. [New 
York, The Plaindealer press, 1890] 
56 p. 220™. 
p. 54-56 left blank. 
Ck)mp. by De Witt C. Haskin. 

CS71.H361 1800 

9-10848t 

See also Dupuy. CS71.D945 1910 

Jones. CS71.J76 189 1 

Pierce. cs7i.P6i6 1874 

White. CS71.W686 1900 



316 LIBRARY OP CONGRESS 

1513 Hassam. 

The Hassam family. [The Hilton family. The Cheever 
family] By John T. Hassam . , . Privately printed. Boston 
[D. Clapp & son, printers] 1896. 

11, 24, 54 p. facsims. 24°™. 

Each family has separate t.-p. and pagination. 

Cover-title: Genealogies. The Hassam family. The Hilton family. The 
Cheever family. 

CS71.H354 1896 

9-10847t 

1514 The Hassam family. By John T. Hassam, a. m. Boston 

[D. Clapp & son, printers] 1902. 

11 p. 24^'"". 
"Privately printed." 

CS71.H364 1002 

3-14776t 

1515 Hastings. 

The Huntingdon peerage; comprising a detailed account of 
the evidence and proceedings connected with the recent restora- 
tion of the earldom ... To which is prefixed a genealogical and 
biographical history of the illustrious house of Hastings, includ- 
ing a memoir of the present earl and his family . . . By Henry 
Nugent Bell . . . London, Printed for Baldwin, Cradock and 
Joy, 1820. 

viii, 403 p. front., pi., ports., coat of arms. 28^°™. 

Report of the proceedings had in the claim of Hans Francis Hastings to the 
earldom of Huntingdon; and of occurrences proximate and incidental to his 
lordship's succession: p. [2171-393. 

CS439.H32 1820 
9-18133t 

1515a 2d ed., with additions. London, Printed for Bald- 
win, Cradock & Joy, 1821. 
1 p. 1., viii, 403 p. front., plates, ports., fold, geneal. tab. 27^"™. 

CS439.E32 1821 

9-18132 

1516 The Hastings memorial. A genealogical account of the 

descendants of Thomas Hastings of Watertown, Mass. from 1634 
to 1864. With an appendix and index. Boston, S. G. Drake, 
1866. 

1 p. 1., 183 p. 24"". 

Comp. by Lydia Nelson Hastings Buckminster. 

CS71.H358 1866 

9-10846t 

1617 Family record of Dr. Seth Hastings, senior, of Clinton, 

Oneida County, New York; by the late Francis H. Hastings, 
Rochester, N. Y., edited by his daughter. [Mrs. Annie Clark 
(Hastings) Gott] Cincinnati, Earhart & Richardson, 1899. 
202 p. 22°". 

CS71.H368 1899 
1-27977 

See also Adams. CS71.A2 1880 

Corliss. CS71.C8 1876 



AMKBICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 817 

1618 Hatch. 

Major Timothy Hatch of Hartford, Ct., and his descendants; 
by Edward Hatch Fletcher . . . New York, Printed for the 
author by T. B. Mead, 1879. 

36 p. front. 21°">. 

Blank pages at end for "Addenda." 

CS71.H361 1879 

9-10861t 

1619 Col. Jabez Hatch, of Boston, his ancestry and descendants. 

By Allen H. Bent . . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1896. 

7 p. 24'"». 

"Reprinted from the New-England historical and genealogical register for 
Jan., 1897." 

CS71.H361 1886 

5-14271 

1620 Hathaway. 

A narrative of Thomas Hathaway and his family, formerly of 
New Bedford, Massachusetts, with incidents in the life of 
Jemima Wilkinson, and the times in which they lived. By Mrs. 
William Hathaway, jr. ... New Bedford, E. Anthony & sons, 
1869. 

43 p. 22i'"°. 

CS71.H363 1869 

10-2788t 

See also Tucker. CS71.T89 i90i 



1621 Hathome. 

Hathome family of Salem, Massachusetts. [Salem, 1880] 

geneal. tab. 21J x 28'"». 

The ancestry of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1804-1864. 

Detached from "Gleanings from English records about New England fam- 
ilies. Communicatedby James W.Emmerton and Henry F, Waters." Salem, 
1880. 24i«°>. 

CS71.H364 1880 

CA 7-1505 

1622 Hatton. 

Correspondence of the family of Hatton; being chiefly letters 
addressed to Christopher, first viscount Hatton, a. d. 1601-1704. 
Ed. by Edward Maunde Thompson . . . [Westminster] Printed 
for the Camden society, 1878. 

2 V. 22°™, (Camden society. Publications, n. s., v. 22-23) 

DA20.C17 n. s., vol. 22-23 

See also Hallen. CS430.H26 



1623 Haven. 

Address at a meeting of the descendants of Richard Haven,, 
of Lynn, at Framingham, Mass., August 29, 1844. Being the 
second centennial anniversary of his landing in New England. 



318 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1523 Haven — Continued. 

By John C. Park . . . Also an account of the proceedings and 
events of the day . . . Boston, S. N. Dickinson, printer, 1844. 



27 p. 22i«^ 

1-1644 



CS71.H386 1844 



1524 The genealogy of the descendants of Richard Haven, of 

Lynn [by Josiah Adams] being a republication of the first 
edition without alteration; with additional pages, containing 
corrections of a few errors, and the addition of many other 
branches. By the same author. Boston, E. Howe, 1849. 

2 p. 1., V, [7]-54, [5]-50 p. 21<"°. 

The first part, being the first edition of the genealogy, retains its own t.-p. 
(1843) and preface; the second part has caption title "Continuation of The 
genealogy of the descendants of Richard Haven, of Lynn" and contains an 
index to both parts. To this copy is appended "Address at a meeting of the 
descendants of Richard Haven, of Lynn ... by John C. Park . . ." Boston, 
1844. A few remaining copies of the Address were issued in this way with the 
present ed. of The genealogy, cf. Continuation ... p. 37, foot-note. 

CS71.H386 1849 

3-6349 

1626 Address at the second meeting of the descendants of Rich- 
ard Haven, of Lynn, held at Framingham, Mass., August 30, 
1849. By Rev. Joseph Haven, jr. of Brookline, Mass. Also, 
an account of the proceedings and events of the day, by the com- 
mittee of publication . . . Boston, E. Howe [etc.] 1849. 

28 p. 23i'"". 

CS71.H386 1840a 

9-15597 

1526 Haviland. 

Early wills of Westchester County, New York, from 1664 to 
1784 . . . also the genealogy of "The Havilands" of Westchester 
County, and descendants of Hon. James Graham (Watkinson 
and Ackerley families) with genealogical and historical notes; 
by William S. Pelletreau . . . New York, F. P. Harper, 1898. 

xii, 488 p. front, (port.) pi. 24 x 19"™. 

Ed. limited to 340 copies. 

"The Havilands of Westchester County, N. Y. By Frederick Haviland": 
p. 399-410. 



F127.W6P3 



Dec. 14, 98-94 



Hawes. See also Farrington. CS71.F246 1880 

Farrington. CS71.F246 1899 

Walton. SH433.A 1876 

Hawkins. See also Gentry. 0S71.G339 1909 

Walton. SH433.A 1876 

Hawks. See also Flagg. 0S71.F574 1903 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 319 

1527 Hawley. 

The Hawley record. By Elias S. Hawley . . . Buffalo, N. Y., 
Press of E. H. Hutchinson & co., 1890. 

xvi, [2], 592 (i. e. 594) p. incl. illus., facsims., maps, front., plates, ports., 
map, col. coat of arms. 41"°'. 

Leaf inserted between p. 582 and [583] 

Pages following p. 576 numbered 576a-576b. 

CS71.H3G6 1800 

1528 Genealogy of the Hawley family of Marblehead. By 

William D. Hawley . . . 2d ed. . . . Boston, Wright & Potter 
printing company, 1897. 
16 p. front. 24J«"'. 

CS71.H396 1897 
2-25791 

See also Halley. 

Hawthorne. See Hathome. 

1529 Hawtrey. 

The history of the Hawtrey family, by Florence Molesworth 
Hawtrey . . . London, G. Allen, 1903. 
2 V. 16 ports., 4 fold, geneal. tab. (1 in pocket) 24^"™. 

CS439.E33 

3-15134 

1530 Hay. 

Genealogie of the Hayes of Tweeddale, by Father Richard 
Augustin Hay . . . including memoirs of his own times. Edin- 
burgh, T. G. Stevenson, 1835. 

2 p. 1., xvi, 127, [1] p. 22J x IS"". 

Title in red and black. 

"One hundred and eight copies on small paper. Twelve copies on large 
thick paper." 

"Privately printed." — Diet. nat. biog. 

Contents. — Introductory notice [by the editor; including a list of the mss. 
of Father Hay now in the Library of the Faculty of advocates] — Genealogie of 
the Hayes of Tweeddale. — Father Hay's memoirs of his own times. — Appendix: 
1. Carta Adas comitissse. 2. Ane epitome or abridgement of what past at the 
L(ord) B'<almerino> his arraignment criminall before the justice ... 3. Cere- 
monial of burning the pope, 30th November 1689. 4. Account of John Chiesly 
of Dairy. 5. An account of the misfortunes of Mrs. Erskine of Grange, com- 
monly known as Lady Grange. 6. Elegy on the . . . lamented death of . . . 
Lord John Hay, marquis of Tweddel, who departed this life the 21st of May, 
1713. 

CS479.H3 

4-7069 



320 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Hay — Continued. 

1531 The court book of the barony of Urie in Kincardineshire 

1604-1747. Ed. from the original manuscript with notes and 
introduction by the Rev. Douglas Gordon Barron, m. a. Edin- 
burgh, Printed at the University press by T. and A. Constable, 
1892. 

2 p. 1., Ivii, 208 p. front., 2 maps. 23"°'. {Half-title: Publications of the 
Scottish history society, vol. xii . . .) 
"The lairds of Urie, 1430-1892": p. 185-196. 

DA760.S25 

7-38659 

1532 A history of the progenitors and some South Carolina 

descendants of Colonel Ann Hawkes Hay, with collateral 
genealogies, a. d. 500-1908. By Charles J. Colcock, c. e. [New 
York city, Priv. print, for the author by the Genealogical 
association, 1908] 

xiv, 202 p. pi. 24'=°'. 

"This edition is limited to 100 copies, of which this is number 55." 

CS71.H413 1008 

8-10315 

See also Hayes. 



1533 Hayden. 

Genealogy of the Hayden family. From Stiles's history of 
ancient Windsor. [New York, 1859] 
1 p. 1., 15 p. illus. 231"°'. 
Comp. by Jabez Haskell Hayden. 

CS71.H415 1869 

1533a {In Stiles, Henry R. The history of ancient Wind- 
sor, Conn. . . . New York, 1859, p. 653-663) 

F104.W7S7 

9-10860t 

1534 The Heydons in England and America; a fragment of 

family history . . . By the Rev. William B. Hayden. London, 
J. Speirs, 1877. 

46 p. 21"™. 

CS71.H416 1877 
1-1057 

1535 Records of the Connecticut line of the Hayden family. 

By Jabez Haskell Hayden . . . [Windsor Locks, Conn., The 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, printers] 1888. 

329 p. front., plates, ports., facsim., map. 23^"°'. 

The "Heydons in England," by Rev, William B. Hayden. 

CS71.H416 1888 

»-10859t 

See also Vinton. CS71.V79 I868a 

Weitzel. CS71.W434 1883 

Haydon. See Hayden. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 321 

1536 Hayes. 

George Hayes of Windsor and his descendants. By the Rev. 
Charles Wells Hayes . . . Part 1. Four generations. Buffalo, 
N. Y., Baker, Jones & co., printers, 1883. 

2 p. 1., 84 p. 24J'"". 

CS71.H418 1883 

9-10858t 

1637 George Hayes of Windsor and his descendants. By the 

Rev. Charles Wells Hayes . . . Buffalo, N. Y., Baker, Jones & 
CO., printers, 1884. 

xxxiv, 320 p. front., porta. 23i'"». 

p. 285-320 left blank for "Additional notes." 

CS71.H418 1884 

9-10825t 

1538 Descendants of Richard Hayes, of Lyme, Connecticut, 

through his son, Titus Hayes. By Harriet Morse Weeks . . . 
Ed. by RoUin Hillyer Cooke . . . Pittsfield, Mass., Press of the 
Eagle publishing co., 1904. 

192 p. 24«"». 

"Edition strictly limited." 



See also Hay. 



CS71.H418 1904 



1539 Hayford. 

History of the Hayford family, 1100-1900, with biographical 
sketches and illustrations; its connections by the Bonney, Fuller 
and Phinney families with the May^ower, 1620, Chickering 
family, 1356-1900, by O. Hayford . . . Canton, Me., 1901. 

4 p. 1., [13]-253 p. incl. pi. port. 23»°». 



1-25301 

Hayley. See Haley. 



CS71.H419 1901 



1540 Hayman. 

The Haymond family; brief sketches, official papers and 
letters. [Morgantown, W. Va., Acme pub. co., printers] 1903. 
86 p. 23""". 
Pref. signed: Henry Haymond. 

CS71.H422 1903 

7-12872 

. Hajnuond. See Hayman. 

1541 Haynes. 

Original papers relating to Samuel Haines and his descend- 
ants. Ed. by Andrew Mack Haines. Reprinted from the N. E. 
historical and genealogical register, for April, 1869. Boston, 
D. Clapp & son, 1869. 

29 p. 25i<"°. 

CS71.H424 1869 

9-10857t 

35819°— 10 21 



322 LIBKAEY OF CONGBESS 

Ha3nies — Continued . 

1542 Ancestry of William Shipley Haines, with some account of 

the descendants of John and Joseph Haines and Colonel Cow- 
perthwait. Comp. by William Francis Cregar. Philadelphia, 
Patterson & White, prs., 1887. 

85 p. fold, geneal. tab. 26°^. 

0S71.H424 1887 

9-10855t 

1543 A complete memoir of Richard Haines (1633-1685), a for- 
gotten Sussex worthy, with a full account of his ancestry and 
posterity . . . By his seventh male descendant, Charles Regi- 
nald Haines . . . [London, Printed by Harrison and sons] 1899. 

xvi, 156 p. col. front, (coat of arms) plates, ports., facsim., map. 24^"™. 

CS439 HIS 

9-11820 

1544 Ancestry of the Haines, Sharp, Collins, Wills, Gardiner, 

Prickitt, Eves, Evans, Moore, Troth, Borton and Engle families. 

Comp. from notes of the late George Haines, m. d. With some 

additions by the compiler, Richard Haines . . . Camden, N. J., 

S. Chew & sons company, printers, 1902. 

• 1 p. 1., 456 p. front., pi., port., facBim. 26^°™. 

CS71.H424 1002 

2-11124 

— — See also Corliss. CS71.08 1876 

Hinds. 

1545 Hayward. 

Centennial gathering of the Hayward family, with address by 
George W. Hayward, and poem, by Almira L. Hayward. Eas- 
ton, Aug. 14, 1878. Taunton, Mass., J. S. Sampson, printer, 
1879. 

35 p. maps. 21i«°'. 

0S71.H427 1870 

9-10856t 

1546 The colonial history of the Heyward family of South 

Carolina, 1670-1770, together with an abbreviated genealogy, 

1770-1870. By James Barnwell Heyward. Nashville, Tenn., 

McQuiddy printing company, 1907. 

cover-title, 38 p. 25*"". 

CS71.H427 1007 

8-11769 

See also Barrett. r74.C8P8 

Flagg. CS71.F574 1003 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 323 

1547 Hazard. 

The Hazard family of Rhode Island 1635-1894. Being a gen- 
ealogy and history of the descendants of Thomas Hazard, with 
sketches of the worthies of this family, and anecdotes illustra- 
tive of their traits and also of the times in which they lived . . . 
By Caroline E. Robinson. Boston, Printed for the author, 1895. 

vi p., 1 1., 293, [1] p. porta., map, facsims. 28^'"°. 

Title vignette. 

Printed under the superviBion of D. B. Updike. 

CS71.H428 1896 
9-11913 

See also KowlsLud. CS71.H864 1890 

Robinson. CS71.R66 1879 

1548 Hazelton. 

Genealogical sketches of Robert and John Hazelton and some 
of their descendants. With brief notices of other New England 
families bearing this name, comp. by Dr. William B. Lapham . . . 
Portland, Me., F. H. Hazelton, 1892. 

1 p. 1., 368 p. pi., ports. 23i'''". 

Blank leaves for "Hazelton family register" interspersed. 
"The inception as well as the compilation and publication of this work are 
entirely due to Mr, Franklin H. Hazelton of Portland." 

CS71.H429 1892 

9-10707t 

1549 Hazen. 

The Hazen family. Four American generations. By Henry 
Allen Hazen . . . [Boston, 1879] 
7 p. 23i<"°. 
Caption title. 
"Reprinted from the N. E. historical and genealogical register for April, 

1879." 

0S71.H43 1879 

9-10706t 

Hazlewood. See also Hudson. da690.W6H8 

1550 Heacock. 

The Heacock family. Jonathan and Ann Heacock who emi- 
grated to America from England, and settled in Chester County, 
Pennsylvania in 1711, and their descendants. [Lima, Pa.] 1869. 

2 p. 1., 28 p. illus. 21"°'. 
Comp. by T. Reece Heacock. 

CS71.H432 1869 

9-12325t 

1551 Headley. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Leonard Headley, 
of Elizabethtown, N. J. ; together with historical and biograph- 
ical sketches and illustrated with portraits and other illustra- 
tions. By Rev. A. J. Fretz . . . With an introduction by Will 
C. Headley . . . Milton, N. J., J. W. Headley, printer, 1905. 

[ X, [ll]-223 p. plates, porte. (incl. front.) 20*"°'. 

CS71.H433 1905 

&-34684 



324 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1552 Heald. 

Line of descent from John Heald, in Concord, Massachusetts, 
1635, to Mary Elizabeth Heald, who died, Feb. 1, 1871, at 
McHenry, Illinois. Wilmett, 111., 1880. 

geneal. tab. 27i x 43"°' fold, to 22"°'. 

Signed Edwin Drury. 

CS71.H434 1880 

9-15596 

Heard. See Hurd. 

1553 Hearn. 

Brief history and genealogy of the Heame family from a. d. 
1066, when they went from Normandy with William the Con- 
queror over to England, down to 1680, when William Heame 
came to America, and on down to a. d. 1895. By William T. 
Heame . . . Kansas City, Mo., Hudson-Kimberly publishing 
CO., 1895. 

453 p. pi., ports., fold, facsim. 20°". 

Folded genealogical tab. mounted on fly-leaf. 

CS71.H436 1806 

9-10682t 

1554 Brief history and genealogy of the Hearne family from a. d. 

1066, when they went from Normandy with William the Con- 
queror over to England, down to 1680, when William Hearne 
the London merchant came to America, and on down to a. d. 
1907. By William T. Hearne . . . Independence, Mo., Press of 
Examiner printing company, 1907. 

753 p., 1 1. incl. illus., plates, ports, front., fold, geneal. tab., fold, facsim. 
23^"™. 

CS71.H436 1007 
7-17341 

Hearne. See Hearn. 

1555 Heath. 

The Heath family . . . Greenwich, N. Y., 1901. 

[5] p. 24«°'. 

A clipping from the Greenwich journal, Sept. 4, 1901. 

Signed Stuart C. Wade. 

0S71.H438 1001 

4-2480lt 

1556 The Association of the Heath family in America . . . 

[n. p., 1903?] 

xxix p., 1 1. pi., ports. 21""'. 

Caption title. 

Statement of purpose, articles of association, etc. 

CS71.H438 1003 

6-45818 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 325 

Heath — Continued . 

1557 A genealogical record of one branch of the Heath, Clark 

and Cone families, March 1, 1905, by Dewitt Stilwell . . . Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., E. M. Grover, printer, 1905. 

38, [4] p. front., ports. 23""'. 

CS71.H438 1906 

5-39144 

See also Pearl. CS71.P36 lOOl 

1658 Heathcote. 

An account of some of the families bearing the name of 

Heathcote which have descended out of the county of Derby. 

By Evelyn D. Heathcote. Winchester, Warren and son, 1899. 

xiv p., 1 1., 273 p., 1 1. front., illus., plates, port., fold, geneal. tab. 29^°". 

CS439.H36 

l-lOf.9 

See also Drake. CS71.D7 1887 



1559 Heatwole. 

A history of the Heatwole family, from the landing of the 
ancestor of the race, up to the present time. By D. A. Heat- 
wole. Dale Enterprise, Va., The "Watchful pilgrim," 1882. 

24 p. Hi'". 

CS71.H442 1882 

9-10687t 

1560 Heffner. 

Family records of the descendants of Henry Hseffner, 1754- 
1886 . . . Also, the older generations of Johann Georg Hseffner 
(Rockland Stem,) 1733- , Yost Heinrich Goerg (Herborn, 
Nassau, Germany, born 1707.), Georg Spohn, (father of Conrad, 
born 1755), Adam Dietrich (born 1740.), etc., with biographical 
and historical notes. By Geo. H. Heffner . . . Kutztown, Pa., 
Journal steam job print, 1886. 

56 p. port. 21 X 18="". 

Blank leaves interspersed. 

CS71.H4ei 1886 

9-10705t 

Heiford. See Hayford. 

1561 Heinecke. 

Genealogy from Adam to Christ; with the genealogy of Adam 
Heinecke and Henry Vandersaal, from 1747 to 1868. To which 
is added, a brief account of the author's travels as an evan- 
gelist . . . with ten sermons composed by himself. By Rev. 
Samuel Heinecke . . . Philadelphia, Collins, printer, 1869. 
231 p. 19^"™. 

CS71.H468 1869 
»-10704t 



326 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Heinecke — Continued. 

1562 Genealogy from Adam to Christ, with the genealogy of 

Adam Heinecke and Henry Vandersaal, from 1747 to 1881. 
To which is added a brief account of the author's travels in 
about sixteen years as an evangelist, and twelve sermons com- 
posed by himself. By Rev. Samuel Heinecke ... 2d ed. 
Lancaster, Pa., J. A. Hiestand, printer, 1881. 

302 p. 19<"°. 

CS71.H468 1881 

9-10703t 

Heitwohl. See Heatwole. 

1663 Helsby. 

A Norman-French pedigree. By Thomas Helsby . . . [Lon- 
don, 18691 

7> [1] p. pi., fold, geneal. tab. 21^"°. [With his Le Roter, or Rutter, of 
Kingsley, co. pal. Chester. [London, 1872]] 

"Relates to the family of Hellesby or Helsby in Cheshire." 

"Reprinted from 'The Reliquary, quarterly archaeological journal and 

review' ... for April, 1869." 

CS439.R8 

8-17017 

1564 Hemenway. 

A genealogical record of one branch of the Hemenway family 
from 1634 to 1880. Comp. by Rev. Asa Hemenway, of Man- 
chester, Vt. . . . Hartford, Conn., Press of the Case, Lockwood 
& Brainard company, 1880. 

92 p. 23'"". 

CS71.H488 1880 

9-10702t 

1565 Henderson. 

A contribution to the genealogy of the Handerson family, by 

Dr. H. E. Handerson . . . New York, The author, 1885. 

75, [5] p. 22A<"". 

' '^ ^^ ^ CS71.H496 1886 

9-10701t 

1566 Ancestry and descendants of Lieut. John Henderson, of 

Greenbrier County, Virginia. 1650-1900. From data collected 

and arranged by . . . Joseph Lyon Miller . . . Richmond, Va., 

Whittet & Shepperson, printers, 1902. 

37 p. front. 23i«"^. 

^ ^ CS71.H496 1902 

2-18023 

Hendrie. See also Barlow. CS71.B27 1891 

Heneage. See also Crall. cs7i.C889 1908 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 327 

1667 Henry. 

A history of the Henry family, from its beginnings in this 
country to the present time. By John Flournoy Henry. 
Louisville, Press of J. P. Morton & company, 1900. 

ix, 125 p. 14 port. (incl. front.) 23'^°'. 

CS71.H623 1900 

3-14591 

1668 A record of the descendants of Simon Henry (1766-1854) 

and Rhoda Parsons (1774-1847) his wife, with appendices con- 
taining some account of their ancestry and of collateral lines; 
being a contribution towards a comprehensive genealogy of the 
descendants of Sergt. John Henry, freeman, of Topsfield, Mass., 
1690, by Frederick Augustus Henry . . . Cleveland, Press of 
J. B. Savage, 1905. 

5 p. 1., 7-65 p. illus. (incl. porta., faCBima.) fold, geneal. tab. 24J«°. 
Bibliographical foot-notes. 

CS71.H623 1906 

5-42462 

See also Cooper. 0S71.C777 1906 

Dobyns. CS71.D636 1908 

Junkin. CS71.J95 1908 

1669 Henzey. 

Collections for a genealogy of the noble families of Henzey, 

Tyttery, and Tyzack (De Hennezel, De Thi^try, and Du 

Thisac), "gentilshommes verriers," from Lorraine. With a 

narrative pedigree of the Stourbridge branch of the first-named 

family and its descendants, including the several families of 

Brettell, Bate, Dixon, Hill, Jeston, Jervis, Pidcock, and others. 

By H. Sydney Grazebrook . . . Stourbridge, Printed for the 

author by J. T. Ford, 1877. 

vii, 210 p. front., pi. 21i«"». 

CS439.H4 

2-15817 

Hepburn. See Hepburne. 

1670 Hepburne. 

Genealogy and history of the Hepburn family of the Susque- 
hanna Valley, with reference to other families of the same 
name . . . By John F. Meginness . . . Williamsport, Pa., Ga- 
zette and bulletin printing house, 1894. 

181, iv p. front., ports. 24°™. 

CS71.H629 1894 

- 9-10688t 

Hericke. See Herrick. 



328 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1671 Herkimer. 

The Herkimers and Schuylers; an historical sketch of two 
families, with genealogies of the descendants of George Herki- 
mer, the Palatine, who settled in the Mohawk Valley, N. Y., in 
1721. By Phoebe Strong Cowen . . . Albany, J. Munsell's 
sons, 1903. 

147 p. front., plates, ports., coat of arms. 22"™. 

CS71.H649 1003 

4-3250 

Herrznan. See also Byrd. El 59.056 

1572 Herr. 

Lineage and family record of descendants of Keverend Hans 
Herr from his birth a. d. 1639 made from the perfected genea- 
logical records of the pioneer settlers of Lancaster County, 
Penna., from a. d. 1709 to a. d. 1729, and of all the lineal 
descendants of such pioneer settlers to the present time. 
Adapted also for the use of any person. Comp., arranged and 
pub. by Theodore W. Herr . . . [Denver, Col., T. W. Herr, 
•1901] 

12 1. illus. 26i X 22"™. 

Consists of blanks for a Herr genealogy (not filled out) and blanks for records 
of births, marriages, deaths, etc., preceded by a "Brief history." 

CS71.H564 1901 

3-2001 

1673 Genealogical record of Reverend Hans Herr and his direct 

lineal descendants, from his birth a. d. 1639 to the present 
time, containing the names, etc., of 13223 persons; comp., 
arranged, indexed in alphabetical order, and published by 
Theodore W. Herr, genealogist. Lancaster, Pa. [The Examiner 
printing house] 1908. 

xii p., 1 1., 785 p. front., 3 pi., 2 port. 24°™. 

CS71.H564 1908 

8-28078 

1674 Herrick. 

A genealogical register of the name and family of Herrick, 
from the settlement of Henerie Hericke, in Salem, Massachu- 
setts 1629, to 1846. With a concise notice of their English 
ancestry. By Jedediah Herrick . . . Bangor, S. S. Smith, 
printer, 1846. 

69 p. front, (coat of arms) 24^"™. 

CS71.H566 1846 

9-10699t 

1675 Herrick genealogy. A genealogical register of the name 

and family of Herrick from the settlement of Henerie Hericke, 
in Salem, Massachusetts, 1629 to 1846, with a concise notice of 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES '329 

1675 Herrick — Continued. 

their English ancestry, by Gen. Jedediah Herrick. Rev., aug- 
mented and brought down to a. d., 1885. By Lucius C. Her- 
rick, M. D. Columbus, O., Priv. print., 1885. 
X p., 1 1., 516 p. col. front, (coat of arms) illus,, plates, porta. 24^ x 20"™. 
One portrait (following p. 44) wanting. 

CS71.H566 1885 

9-10689t 

See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 



1676 Herring. 

A notice of John Haring, a patriotic statesman of the revolu- 
tion. [New York ? 1878 ?] 
11, [2] p. 23''"». 
Caption title. 
Comp. by Franklin Burdge. 

CS71.H667 1878 

2-2520 

Herrington. See Harrington. 

Herrman. See also Byrd. E 160.066 

1677 Hersey. 

William Hersey 1635, Hingham, Mass. Comp. by Francis 
C. Hersey. South Boston, Mass., 1895. 
geneal. tab. 81i x 68i<"° fold, to 24J x 22"™. 
Consists of coat of arms and family tree with names only. 

CS71.H672 1896 

1678 The earliest record of the Hersey family . , . [by] Francis 

C. Hersey. South Boston, Mass., 1895. 

1 1. 28"™ fold, to 22«™. 

CS71.H572 1896a 

9-10683-4t 

Hertford, Earls of. See also Gloucester, Earls of. 

DA740.G6C6 1883 

1679 Hertzler. 

A brief biographic memorial of Jacob Hertzler, and a com- 
plete genealogical family register of his lineal descendants and 
those related by inter-marriage, from 1730 to 1883, chrono- 
logically arranged. Together with the necessary historical and 
other notes. Also an appendix of the Christian Zug family. 
By John Hertzler, sr. . . . Elkhart, Ind., Mennonite publishing 
company, 1885. 

384 p. 17i"™. 

p. 369-384 left blank for "Family record." 

CS71.H676 1886 
9-l0697t 



330 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1580 Hesketh. 

The genealogye of the worshipful and auncient familie of the 
Heskaythes of Ruffourd in Lancashire. Copied from the 
original roll in the possession of Sir Thomas George Fermor- 
Hesketh, of Rufford, bart. Together with the Hesketh pedi- 
grees from the Visitations of Lancashire, 1613, 1664, etc. Lon- 
don, Priv. print. [Taylor and co., printers] 1869. 

1 p. 1., 14 p. illus., pi., coats of arms. 28J'="». 

CS439.H5 

9-19341 

1581 Hess. 

A genealogy of the Hess family; from the first emigrant to 
this country down to the present time, as far as could be ascer- 
tained. By John H. Hess. Lititz, Pa., Express print, 1896. 

2 p. 1., 248, [12] p. 13i°"». 

CS71.H686 1896 

9-10685t 

1582 Hess-Higbee genealogy, comp. by Wm. Emerson Bab- 
cock .. . [Mishawaka ? Ind.] n909. 

175 p. incl. front, plates. 23^"'°. 

CS71.H686 1909 

10-1445 

1583 Hester. 

History and genealogy of the descendants of John Lawrence 
Hester and Godfrey Stough, 1752-1905 . . . Comp. by Martin 
M. Hester. [Norwalk, O.] 1905. 

ix, 323, 43, 30 p. incl. illus. (ports.) front. 23^=™. 

* 'Addenda to the Hester and Stough genealogy book as gathered to perpetuate 
the family history to 1908": 43 p. 

"A brief history and ministerial record of Methodism on the Firelands in 

Huron and Erie counties in the state of Ohio from 1811 to 1906 . . . Gathered 

and arranged by M. M. Hester, Norwalk, O. . . . ": 30 p. 

CS71.H588 1905 
9-563 

1584 Heston. 

Record of the family of Zebulon Heston and his wife Doroth;^ 
Heston, who settled in America about the year 1684. Embrac- 
ing also, the lineage of the children of I. Morris and Anna P. 
Heston, and other descendants of Zebulon and Dorothy. 
Printed for circulation among members of the family. Bridge- 
ton, N. J., A. M. Heston, printer, 1883. 

56 (i. e. 68) p., 1 1. fold, geneal. tab. 19"°'. 

Genealogical table: Descendants of Edward W. Heston, of Heston villa. 

Comp. by Alfred Miller Heston. 

CS71.H589 1883 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 331 

1685 Hewins. 

Hewins. [Boston, 1859] 
165-176 p. 24^'"°. 
Caption title. 

Detached from v. 2 of "A genealogical register of the descendants of several 
ancient Puritanfi," by Abner Morse. Boston, 1859. 24"™. 

CS71.H509 1869 

»-106»6t 

Heydon. See Hayden. 

1586 Hibbard. 

Genealogy of the Hibbard family who are descendants of 
Robert Hibbard of Salem, Massachusetts; comp. and pub. by 
Augustine George Hibbard, Woodstock, Connecticut . . . Hart- 
ford, Printed by the Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 1901. 

428 p. front., port. 24«°'. 

CS71.H624 1901 

2-17S86 

See also Flagg. • 0S71.F674 1903 

Hickling. See also Ames. CS71.A5 1900 

Hickman. See also Jones. CS71.J76 1891 

1587 Hicks. 

One line of the Hicks family. Comp. by J. O. Austin. 
[Providence, Printed by E. L. Freeman & son] 1894. 

15 p. front., porta. 28^""°. 

CS71.H63 1894 

8-32367 

1587a Hiester. 

The Hiester family. Prepared by authority of the Pennsyl- 
vania-German society, by Henry Melchior Muhlenberg Rich- 
ards. Lancaster, Pa., The society, 1907. 

42 p. 25"°'. (In Pennsylvania-German society. Proceedings and ad- 
dresses. . . . 1907. V. xvi.) 

P146.P23 vol.16 

Higbee. See Higby. 

Higby. See also Hess. CS71.H686 1909 

1588 Higginson. 

The Higginsons in England and America; by Eben Putnam 
. . . Part I. Boston, Research publication company, 1903- 
1 V. 24i<"°. 

Contents. — pt. 1. English ancestry of New England and Virginia families. 

CS71.H637 1903 

9-10686t 

Hight. See also Hoyt. 



332 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1689 Higley. 

The Higleys and their ancestry. An old colonial family. By 
Mary CoflBai Johnson . . . Limited ed. New York, D. Appleton 
and company, 1896. 

X, 738 p. front., plates, ports. 24'"". 

Descendants of Capt. John Higley of Windeor, Ct., 1671. 

CS71.H639 1896 

9-10695t 

1690 Hildreth. 

Origin and genealogy of the Hildreth family, of Lowell, 
Mass. Comp. by Captain Philip Reade. [Lowell, Mass.] 1892. 
71 p. incl. illuB., facsims. 23^"™. 

CS71.H644 1892 

9-10694t 

1691 The early Hildreths of New England. By Arthur Hil- 
dreth. Read before the reunion of the Hildreth family at 
Chelmsford, June 16th, 1894. [Boston, Press of T. W. Ripley, 
1894 ?] 

60 p. 17i X 14"". 
"Privately printed." 

CS71.H644 1894 

6-22691 

1691a The first generation of the name of Hildreth in Middle- 
sex County in Massachusetts. 1643-1693 . . . Richard Hil- 
dreth. Sergeant of militia of Cambridge and Chelmsford, 
Middlesex Co., Mass. Born in England or Scotland, 1605, died, 
Chelmsford, 23rd Feb., 1693. Compilation made by Brigadier 
General Philip Hildreth Reade, United States army . . . 
[Lowell, Mass., 1909] 

cover-title, 38 p. incl. port, illus., facsims. 23"™. 

A supplement to " Origin and genealogy of the Hildreth family of Lowell, 

Mass." 

CS71.H644 1909 

10-7579 

1692 Hill. 

Letters of Doctor Richard Hill and his children; or. The his- 
tory of a family, as told by themselves. Collected and arranged 
by John Jay Smith. Philadelphia, Priv. print, for the descend- 
ants, 1854. 

xlv p., 1 1., [17}-466 p. col. front., col. pi., ports. 25^°™. 

CS71.H647 1864 

9-10693t 

1693 The descendants of Peter Hill of York Co., Me., with some 

incidents relating to the French and Indian wars, — gleaned from 
old manuscripts of the time by Usher Parsons. (7n New Eng- 
land hist, and geneal. register. Boston, 1858. 22«™. vol. 12, 
p. 139-145, 258-264) 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 333 

Hill — Continued . 

1694 Genealogy of the Hill family from 1632, including a bio- 
graphical sketch of Joel Barlow. Norwalk, The Hour steam 
print [1879] 
cover-title, 29 p. 12J«"». 
Signed: Moses Hill. 

CS71.H647 1870 
9-1069lt 

1696 John Hill of Dover in 1649, and some of his descendants. 

Comp. by W. B. Lapham. Augusta [Me.] Maine farmer job 
print, 1889. 

16 p. 24««'. 

0S71.H647 1880 

»-10692t 

1596 Hills family genealogical and historical association. . . . 

Annual report of the directors. [Boston ? 1895]-1908. 
9 V. 22J-23J'=°'. 
First report, 2d ed. 

CS71H647 

10-4379 

1697 Constitution and by-laws of the Hills family genealogical 

and historical association, Boston, Massachusetts. Incor- 
porated under the laws of Massachusetts, July 6, 1894. Taun- 
ton, Mass., Davol's steam printing house, 1894. 

8 p. 14^"°'. 

CS71.H647 1804 

1698 Constitution and by-laws of the Hills family genealogical 

and historical association, Boston, Massachusetts. Incor- 
porated under the laws of Massachusetts July 6, 1894. [n. p.] 
1901. 

[4] p. 23°«. 

CS71.H647 1894b 

1699 Hills family genealogical and historical association. In- 
corporated July 6, 1894. [Circular. Boston, 1899] 

3 p. 2li'"°. 
Caption title. 

CS71.H647 1809a 

1600 Hills family genealogical and historical association. 

. . . Report of the third reunion of the Association ... [n. p., 
1899] 
1 V. 23°". 

CS71.H647 1899b 

10-4612 



334 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Hill — Continued . 

1601 Genealogical data relating to the ancestry and descendants 

of William Hills, the English emigrant to New England in 1632 

and of Joseph Hills, the English emigrant to New England in 

1638; comp. by William Sanford Hills, ed. by Thomas Hills . . . 

Boston, Press of A. Mudge & son [1902] 

148 p. 22i°"'. 

CS71.H647 1902 

3-17720 

1602 The Hills family in America; the ancestry and descendants 

of William Hills, the English emigrant to New England in 1632; 
of Joseph Hills, the English emigrant to New England in 1638, 
and of the great-grandsons of Robert Hills, of the parish of Wye, 
county of Kent, England, emigrants to New England 1794-1806, 
comp. by William Sanford Hills . . . and ed. by Thomas 
Hills . . . New York, The Grafton press, 1906. 

XX p., 1 1., 713 p. pi., 2 port. (incl. front.) 2 plans, facsim. 24^"°'. 

CS71.H647 1006 

6-18328 

1603 Genealogy of the Hill, Dean, Pinckney, Austin, Barker, 

Anderson, Rhoades and Finch families, by Franklin Couch, 
LL. B. [Newburgh, N. Y.] Printed for private circulation by 
Newburgh journal company, 1907. 

129 p. front, (port.) 25^"'°. 

Cover-title: Hill, Finch, Dean, Austin, Pinckney, Barker, Rhoades, Loune- 
bury and Smith families. 

CS71.H647 1907 

8-6969 

See also Eaton. CS90.E2 

Fogg. CS71.P665 1861 

Henzey. CS439.H4 

Layton. CS71.L429 1885 

Tyler. CS71.T983 1882 

Whipple. CS71.W574 1897 

1604 Hillegas. 

Michael Hillegas and his descendants. By his great-grand- 
daughter, Emma St. Clair Whitney . . . Pottsville [Pa., Press 
of M. E. Miller] 1891. 

118 p. front, (port.) 23i«"». 

Edition private. 100 copies. 

CS71.H661 1891 

9-10690t 

Hillhouse. See also Van Rensselaer. CS69.S7 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 335 

1605 Hillman. 

Ancestral chronological record of the Hillman family, by 
H. W. Hillman. 1550-1905. Schenectady, N. Y., Walsh 
press, Scotia, N. Y., 1905. 

203 p. plates. 23^'"°. 

CS71.H654 1905 

6-40514 

Hills. See Hill. 

1606 Hilton. 

The family of Hylton. {In The history and antiquities of the 
parish of Darlington, in the bishoprick. By W. Hylton Dyer 
Longstaffe . . . London, 1854. 25^<'". p. xxxiii-lviii) 

DA690.D22L8 

3-16657 

1607 The Dover settlement and the Hiltons. By John T. 

Hassam, a. m. Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1882. 

9 p. facsims. 24"™. 

"Reprinted from the New-England historical and genealogical register for 
January, 1882." 

CS71.H666 1883 
»-10188t 

1608 Annals of the Hilton-McCurda family . . . Concord, N. H., 

Rumford printing company, 1905. 
12 p. I7i<"». 

CS71.H666 1006 

6-34013 

1609 Hinds. 

Items of the Hinds genealogy. [Washington? D. C, 1896] 

52 p. 20^"°. 

Caption title. 

By William Hinds. 

CS71.H661 1896 

»-11208t 

1610 Hine genealogy, and history of the descendants of Thomas 

Hine of Milford, Conn., 1639. Comp. by Hon. Robert C. Hine. 
[St. Paul ? 1899 ?] 

239 p. 20'"°. 

CS71.H661 1899 

1-13542 

1611 History and genealogy of the Hinds family. By Albert 

Henry Hinds. Portland, Me., The Thurston print, 1899. 

xi, 383 p. front., plates, ports. 23^"™. 

CS71.H661 1899a 

9-16593 

See also Corliss. CS71.C8 1875 

Flagg. 0S71.F574 1903 

Haynes. 
Hine. See Hinds. 



336 LIBRAE Y OF CONGRESS 

1612 Hinman. 

A family record of the descendants of Serg*' Edward Hinman, 
who first appeared at Stratford in Connecticut, about 1650. 
Collected from state, colony, town and church records: also, 
from old Bibles and aged people. By R. R. Hinman, esq. . . . 

{In Ms Catalogue of the names of the first Puritan settlers 

of the colony of Connecticut. Hartford, 1852- 24:^^^. no. v. 

p. [8031-884) 

F93.H66 

1-1130 

1613 Hinsdale. 

Chronicles of the Hinsdale family. Comp. by Albert Hins- 
dale, in the seventy-third year of his age. To be continued by 
those who come after him. Cleveland, O., J. B. Savage, 1883. 

31 p. ISi"™. 

Prefatory note signed B. A. Hinsdale. 

CS71.H666 1883 

3-4149 

1614 Hinsdale genealogy; descendants of Robert Hinsdale of 

Dedham, Medfield, Hadley and Deerfield, with an account of 
the French family of De Hinnisdal; comp. from the notes of 
Honorable Sanford C. Hinsdale, of Denver, Colorado, by the 
late Herbert Cornelius Andrews . . . Ed. by Alfred L. Holman. 
Lombard, 111., Printed for A. H. Andrews, 1906. 

X p., 1 1., 11-507 p. col. front, (coat of arms) pi., ports., geneal. tab. 25"™. 

CS71.H666 1906 

&-26561 

1615 Hitchcock. 

Excerpts from the Hitchcock genealogy. By H. G. Cleve- 
land . . . [Boston, 1886] 
3 p. 24i«°'. 
Caption title. 
Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for July, 1886. 

CS71.H674 1886 

CA 6-2651 

1616 The genealogy of the Hitchcock family, who are de- 
scended from Matthias Hitchcock of East Haven, Conn., and 
Luke Hitchcock of Wethersfield, Conn. Comp. ... by Mrs. 
Edward Hitchcock, sr. . . . Arranged for the press by Rev. 
Dwight W. Marsh, d. d. ... Amherst, Mass., Press of Car- 
penter & Morehouse, 1894. 

3 D. 1.. 555. ril p. pi., porta. 23i°"». 

CS71.H674 1894 

9-10183t 

See also Lawson. 0S71.L426 1903 



Hitchings. See Hitchins. 

Hitchins. See also Moore. cs71.M82 1898 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 337 

1617 Hoadley. 

The Hoadley genealogy. A history of the descendants of 
William Hoadley of Branford, Connecticut, together with some 
account of other families of the name. By Francis Bacon Trow- 
bridge . . . New Haven, Printed for the author, 1894. 

iv p., 3 1., [5]-288 p. plates, ports., geneal. tab. 24<^™. 

"Edition 350 copies of which 100 axe illustrated." 

CS71.H677 1894 

9-10182f 

1618 Hoagland. 

History and genealogy of the Hoagland family in America. 
From their first settlement at New Amsterdam, 1638 to 1891. 
From data furnished mainly by Daniel Hoogland Carpenter . . . 
Pub. by Dr. Cornelius N. Hoagland. [New York, J. Polhemns 
printing company, 1891] 

276 p., 1 1. col. front., illus., pi., port., map. 24""". 

Contents. — Origin of the name; early settlement in America. — Genealogy 

of Coemelis Diercksen Hoochlandt. — Genealogy of Christoffel Hooglandt. — 

Genealogy of Dierck Janaen Hoogland. 

CS71.H678 1891 

2-24594 

1619 Hoar. 

Some account of the early history and genealogy, with pedi- 
grees from 1330, unbroken to the present time, of the families of 
Hore and Hoare, with all their branches; interspersed through- 
out with anecdotes, and incidents in the lives of many of the 
principal persons mentioned. Collected and compiled by 
Edward Hoare . . . London, A. R. Smith, 1883. 

viii, 70 p. front., pi. 29 x 22i<'"'. 

CS71.H679 1883 

6-34322 

1620 Lineage and family records of Alfred Wyman Hoar and 

his wife Josephine Jackson; with notes on the early history of 
Wright County, Minnesota . . . Delano, Minn., Eagle printing 
CO., 1898. 

56 p. plates, ports., coats of arms. 22"*™. 

CS71.H679 1898 

9-10181t 

1621 The Hoar family in America and its English ancestry; a 

compilation from collections made by the Hon. George Frisbie 
Hoar, by Henry Stedman Nourse. Boston, D. Clapp & son, 
printers, 1899. 

36 p. geneal. tab. 25<"°. 

" Reprinted from the New-Eng. historical and genealogical register for Janu- 
ary, April and July, 1899." 

CS71.H679 1899 

7-1407G 

See also Parsons. CS71.P269 1900 



Hoare. See Hoar. 

35819°— 10 22 



338 LIBBABY OF CONGEESS 

1622 Hobart. 

William Hobart, his ancestors and descendants. By L. 
Smith Hobart . . . Springfield, Mass. [Press of S. G. Otis & 
CO.] 1886. 

V, 181, [1] p. front., pi., port. IQi""*. 

CS71.H68 1886 

3-3819 

See also Thayer. CS71.T37 1835 



1623 Hobson. 

Genealogy of the Hobson family, of Buxton, Maine, by J. M. 
Bailey, d. d. Saco, Me., Noyes & co., printers, 1875. 

15 p. 22^"'^. 

CS71.H684 1876 

8-22386 

See also Gamble. CS71.G191 1906 



Hodgdon. See also Hodsdon. CS71.H691 1904 

Sinclair. CS71.S616 1896 

Hodge. See Hodges. 

1624 Hodges. 

Genealogical record of the Hodges family in New England, 
containing the names of over 1500 persons, from 1633 to 1853, 
numbering eight generations. By Almon D. Hodges . . . Bos- 
ton, Printed by Dutton and Wentworth, 1853. 
71 p. facsims. 23'=™. 
Preface by Rufns Hodges. 

CS71.H688 1863 
9-11233t 

1625 Genealogical record of the Hodges family of New Eng- 
land, ending December 31, 1894. 3d ed. Comp. by Almon 
D. Hodges, jr. and other members of the family. Boston, 
Printed for the family by F. H. Hodges, 1896. 

3 p. 1., 566 p. 24^"°^. 

"This edition is limited to three hundred copies, of which this is no. 162." 

CS71.H688 1896 

9-17842 

1626 Hodge genealogy from the first of the name in this country 

to the present time, with a number of allied families and many 
historical facts. Comp. by Orlando John Hodge . . . Boston, 
Rockwell and Churchill press, 1900. 

455 p. front., plates, ports., geneal. tables. 23""'. 

CS71.H688 1900 

1-10274 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 339 

1627 Hodsdon. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Nicholas Hodsdon-Hodgdon 
of Hingham, Mass., and Kittery, Maine. 1635-1904. Pub. by 
Andrew Jackson Hodgdon. Ed. by Almira Larkin White . . . 
Haverhill, Mass., Press of Nichols, "the printer," 1904. 

164 p. front., plates (1 col.) ports. 24°°». 

CS71.H691 1004 

&-25634 

See also Hodgdon. 

Hofer. See Hoffer. 

1628 Hoflfer. 

Genealogy of Matthias Hoffer and his descendants in the 
United States of America. By Isaac Hoffer. Mount Joy, Pa., 
J. R. Hoffer, 1868. 

2 p. 1., 29, [1] p., 2 1., 31-33, [1] p. 19i<"». 

p. 31-33 (with special t.-p.): "Andrew Hofer, the Tyrolean patriot. A short 
sketch of his life, character and death, prepared by J. R. Hoffer. Mount Joy, 
Pa., Published by J. R. Hoffer, 1868." 

CS71.H608 1868 

9-l0681t 

Hoffert. See HufFord. 

1629 Hoffman. 

Genealogy of the Hoffman family; descendants of Martin 
Hoffman, with biographical notes. New York, Dodd, Mead Sb 
CO., 1899. 

X p., 1 1., 545 p. pi., ports., facsim. 24°"". 

Limited ed. of 100 copies. 

Preface signed Eugene Augs. Hoffman. 

CS71.H71 1890 

Aug. 17, 99-40 

See also Repalje. CS60.H7 

Hogue. See also Jackson. CS71.J13 1800 

Hoke. See also Swope. cs7i.S08a I8O6 

Holbrook. See also Adams. F63.M88 vol. 1 

Flagg. CS71.F674 1003 

Vinton. CS71.V70 1868a 

1630 Holbrow. 

Some account of the family of Holbrow, anciently of Kings- 
cote, Uley, and Leonard Stanley, in Gloucestershire. By 
W. P. W. Phillimore . . . London, Printed for private circula- 
tion and issued by Phillimore & co., 1901. 

viii, 45, [1] p. incl. front., facsim. plates, ports., map, fold, geneal. tab. 

290m 

Title in red and black. 

"Seventy-five copies only printed. This is niunber 39." 
Contents. — Introduction. — Confirmation of arms. — The medieval Hol- 
brows. — Hawkesbury manor roll extracts. — Abstracts of early wills. — The 
descendants of William Holbrow, of Kingscote. — The family of Maule. — The 
family of Keble. — The family of Stanton. — The family of Swire. 

CS430.H6 

3-13856 



340 LIBKAKY OF CONGRESS 

1631 Holder. 

The Holders of Holderness; a history and genealogy of the 
Holder family with especial reference to Christopher Holder, 
head of the American Quaker branch ; author of the first declara- 
tion of faith of Friends in England or America ; pioneer Quaker 
minister in New England (1656) By Charles Frederick Holder 
.... [Pasadena? 1902] 

V, [4], 348 p. front., pi., port., 2 fold, facsim. 18i<"". 

CS71.H727 1902 

2-27751 

1632 Hole. 

A history of the Hole family in England and America, by 
Charles Elmer Rice . . . Illustrated with 42 portraits and 
engravings. With appendices on the Hanna, Grubb, Douglas- 
Morton, Miller and Morris families. Alliance, O., The R. M. 
Scranton publishing co. [1904] 

1 p. 1., 134 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 21"™. 
"Limited edition, of which this is no. 84." 

CS71.H729 1904 

5-12557 

Holladay. See Holliday. 

1633 Holland. 

Holland house. By Princess Marie Liechtenstein . . . Lon- 
don, Macmillan and co., 1874. 

2 V. fronts., illus., ports., facsims. (partly fold.) 22^"™. 

DA687.H7L7 

4-34337t 

1634 The Holland house circle, by Lloyd Sanders; with 

twenty-four illustrations. London, Methuen & co. [1908] 

XXV, 384 p. 24 pi. (incl. front., ports., plan) 23<=™. 

' ' First published in 1908 . " 

"Some works consulted": p. xix-xxv. 

DA687.H7S3 

9-4169 

See also Hallen. CS439.H26 



Holies. See also Cavendish. CS438.C6 

Holliday. See also Chamberlain. CS71.C443 1880 

Glassell. F225.H41 

1635 Hollingsworth. 

Hollingsworth genealogical memoranda in the United States, 
from 1682 to 1884. By WiUiam B. Hollingsworth . . . [Balti- 
more, W. K. Boyle & son, printers] 1884. 

144 p. coat of arms. 17J"™. 

CS71.H74 1884 

9-11232t 

See also Jolliffe. CS71.J76 1893 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 341 

1636 HoUister. 

The Hollister family of America; Lieut. John Hollister, of 
Wethersfield, Comi., and his descendants. Comp. by Lafayette 
Wallace Case, m. d. . . . Chicago, Fergus printing company, 

1886. 

805 p. front. 24"'°. 

CS71.H743 1886 

9-11231t 

Hollsten. See Holstein. 
Hollyday. See Holliday. 

1637 Holman. 

The Holmans in America; concerning the descendants of 

Solaman Holman who settled in West Newbury, Massachusetts, 

in 1692-3, one of whom is William Howard Taft, the President 

of the United States. Including a page of the other lines of 

Holmans in America, with notes and anecdotes of those of the 

name in other countries. By David Emory Holman ... v. 1- 

New York, The Grafton press, 1909- 

1 V. front., plates, ports. 26i<"°. 

CS71.H747 1009 

9-12409 

1638 Holmes. 

The descendants of George Holmes of Roxbury. 1594-1908. 
Compiled by George Arthur Gray . . . To which is added the 
descendants of John Holmes of Woodstock, Conn. [By E. 
Holmes Bugbee] Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1908. 

X, 432 p. front. 24" 



lorn 

CS71.H76 1008 



8-27371 



See also Crispin. CS71.C933 looi 

Giles. CS71.G472 1864 

Tappan. 1834 

1639 Holstein. 

Swedish Holsteins in America, from 1644 to 1892. Com- 
prising many letters and biographical matter relating to John 
Hughes, the "stamp officer," and friend of Franklin, with 
papers not before published relating to his brother of revolu- 
tionary fame. Colonel Hugh Hughes of New York. The families 
of De Haven, Rittenhouse, Clay, Potts, Blackiston, Atlee, 
Coates, and other descendants of Matthias Holstein of Wicaco, 
Philadelphia, are included . . . By Mrs. Anna M. Holstein . . . 
Norristown, Pa. [M. R. Wills, printer and binder] 1892. 

7, [3], [9J-305 p., 1 1. front., plates, ports., facsims. 23<"°. 

Blank leaves interspersed. 

CS71.H757 1802 

9-11230t 



842 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1640 Holt. 

A genealogical history of the Holt family in the United States : 

more particularly the descendants of Nicholas Holt of Newbury 

and Andover, Mass., 1634-1644, and of William Holt of New 

Haven, Conn. By Daniel S. Durrie . . . Albany, J. Munsell, 

1864. 

ir, [5]-367 p. 24""". 

CS71.H758 1864 

9-11204t 

1641 The Holts of Suffolk. Extracted from ''The visitation of 

Suffolke." Ed. by Joseph Jackson Howard . . . Lowestoft, 
Printed by S. Tymms, 1867. 

16, [1] p. illus. (coats of arms) 27^ x 22°"^. 

Interleaved. 

Br William Harvey. 

CS439.H68 

2-26601 

1642 Holton. 

Some of the descendants of William Holton, early settler of 
Hartford, Conn., particularly the children of Joel Holton, of 
Westminster, Vt., together with all the descendants of William 
of the sixth to the ninth generation. New York, 1866. 

geneal. tab. 40 x 52"°' fold, to 23 x IS""". 

Signed: David P. Holton, Frances K. Holton. 

CS71.H768 1866 

9-11229t 

1643 [Radial chart of the descendants of Dea. William Holton 

of Hartford, Conn., 1636, [in line of Joel of Westminster, Vt.] 
By David Parsons Holton. New York, 1872] 

geneal. tab. 23 x Tl*"" fold, to 24 x 14^°^^. 

CS71.H768 1872 

»-11205t 

1644 [Radial chart of the Sheldon-Holton families, being the 

descendants of Amasa Sheldon of Rockingham, Vt., 1771, and 
his wife's ancestry back to William Holton of Hartford. By 
David Parsons Holton] [New York, 1877 ?] 

geneal. tab. 43 x 70"™. 

Title taken from Munsell. 

CS71.H758 1877 

2-12904 

1645 Chart xxi. — Munn, Holton, Foote, Beecher, Moody, Ly- 
man, Parsons, Seward, Farwell and Forward. New York, 1881. 

geneal. tab. 22 x 28<=™. 

"Initial to large radial charts of the Foote, Beecher and Seward families, 
as pages of the grand folio in preparation for the bicentennial, 1976." 

CS71.H758 1881 

CA 7-1506 

Holyoke. See Halleck. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 343 

1646 Homer. 

Brief account of the family of Homer or de Homere of 
Ettingshall, co. Stafford, Eng. and Boston, Mass. Albany, 
N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 1889. 

27 p. 21^"™. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

By Benjamin Homer Dixon. 

CS71.H766 1880 

9-11228t 

Homes. See Holmes. 

Honeym.an. See Hunneman. 

Honyman. See Hunneman. 

Hoo. See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 l8oa 

Hoochlandt. See Hoagland. 

1647 Hood. 

A genealogy of Richard Hood, who came from Lynn, in 
England, and settled at Lynn, in Massachusetts. By Cornelia 
E. Whipple. Danvers [Mass.] The Endecott press, 1899. 

27 p. lei"". 

CS71.H776 1800 

1-10192 

Hoogland. See Hoagland. 

Hooglandt. See Hoagland. 

Hooke. See also Bramshott. DA670.H2C3 

1648 Hooker. 

Paper, by Commander Edward Hooker, U. S. Navy, prepared 
for the Hooker reunion, at Hartford, Conn., and in his absence 
read by John Hooker, esq. [Hartford, Conn.] 1890. 

8 p. 23i«"". 

Printed at request and by subscription. 

Cover- title: Hooker reunion. 

CS71.H782 1890 

10-4262 

1649 Homes of the Massachusetts ancestors of Major General 

Joseph Hooker. By Isaac P. Gragg. Boston [W. Spooner, 
printer] 1900. 

24, [2] p. front, (port.) plates. 23"'". 

CS71.H782 1900 

1-7159 



344 LIBKAEY OF CONGEESS 

Hooker — Continued. 

1650 The descendants of Rev. Thomas Hooker, Hartford, Con- 
necticut, 1586-1908, by Edward Hooker . . . Ed. by Margaret 
Huntington Hooker and printed for her at Rochester, N. Y. 
[Rochester, N. Y., E. R. Andrews printing company] 1909. 

xxxvi, 558, [7] p. port. 24i<'™. 

7 blank pages at end of volume for "Family records." 

CS71.H782 1909 

9-260G9 

See also Taft. CS71.T124 1908 

1651 Hooper. 

A biographical sketch of eight generations of Hoopers in 
America; WiUiam Hooper, 1635 to Idolene Snow (Hooper) 
Crosby, 1883. Comp. by Mrs. William Sumner Crosby . . . 
[Boston, G. H. Ellis co., printers] 1906. 

41, [1] p. 24«°'. 

"Printed for private circulation, no. 64." 

CS71.H786 1906 

7-12873 

Hoopes. See also Smedley. CS71.S637 1901 

1652 Hopkins. 

Genealogy of one line of the Hopkins family, descended from 
Thomas Hopkins, in Providence, from 1641 to 1692. By a 
descendant [Albert Holbrook] . . . Providence, J. A. & R. A. 
Reid, printers, 1881. 

82 p. 22 X 18"°'. 

For private distribution. 



CS71.H794 1881 



2-13173 



See also FoUett. CS71.F668 1896 

Thomas. CS71.T46 1878 

Thompson. CS71.T47 1854 

Hopper. See also Mott. CS71.M92 1898 

Hoppin. See also Jones. CS71.J76 1884 

1653 Hord. 

Genealogy of the Hord family, by Rev. Arnold Harris Hord 
. . . Philadelphia, Printed by J. B. Lippincott company, 1898. 

199 p. incl. front. 6 pi., 24 port. 25=°'.* 

CS71.H81 1898 

3-24080 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 345 

Hord — Continued. 

1653a Thomas Hord, gentleman; born in England, 1701, died in 

Virginia, 1766; a supplement to the Genealogy of the Hord 
family, by the Kev. Arnold Harris Hord . . . [Philadelphia?] 

1903. 

30 p. col. front., 2 port., facsim. 26""' 

CS71.H81 1903 

3-23427 

See also Hurd. CS71.H96 1910 



Here. See Hoar. 

1654 Hornblower. 

Josiah Hornblower, and the first steam-engine in America, 
with some notices of the Schuyler copper mines at Second River, 
N. J., and a genealogy of the Hornblower family. By William 
Nelson . . . Newark, N. J., Daily advertiser printing house, 

1883. 
Ip. 1., 80p. 24i'"». 
Read before the New Jersey hiBtorical society, May 17, 1883. 

CS71.H814 1883 

9-11206t 

Home. See also Clark. CS71.C6 1896 

Horner. See also Blair. CS71.B645 1898 

Hornsby. See also Taylor. CS71.T24 1898 

Watson. CS71.W34 i9io 

1655 Horny old. 

Genealogical collections illustrating the history of Roman 
Catholic families of England. Based on the Lawson manuscript. 
Pt. 4. Hornyold. Ed, by J. Jackson Howard . . . [London] 
Priv. print., 1887. 

1 p. 1., 247-266 p. illus., plates (partly col.) facsims. SO""". 

CS438.L3 

&-37484 

1656 Horton. 

. . . Horton genealogy; or. Chronicles of the descendants of 
Barnabas Horton, of Southold, L. I., 1640. Comp. by Geo. F. 
Horton, m. d. Philadelphia, The Home circle publishing co., 
1876. 
xiv, 9-240, xii p., 1 1. front., ports., coat of arms. 23"™. 

CS71.H822 1876 

9-11227t 

1657 Horton family year-book. The descendants of Isaac 

Horton, comp. by Byron Barnes Horton. New York, The 
Grafton press, 1908. 

31 p. 15<="^. 

CS71.H822 1908 

10-1491 

Hoskins. See Haskins. 



346 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1658 Hosmer. 

Genealogy of the Hosmer family. By James B. Hosmer. 
Hartford, Steam press of E. Geer, 1861. 

16 p. 24"'°. 

CS71.H827 1861 

6-37660 

See also Barrett. r74.C8P8 

Pearson. F129.A96G3 

Hostetter. See also Dupuy. CS71,D945 1910 

1659 Houblon. 

The Houblon family, its story and times, by Lady Alice 
Archer Houblon . . . London, A, Constable and company, ltd., 
1907. 

2 V. fronts., illus. (incl. plan, geneal. tables) plates (4 col.) ports., double 
facsim. 23'=™. 

DA301.1.H7H7 

7-37972 

1660 Houdlette. 

Charles Estienne Houdelette (Charles Estienne) Huguenot. 
The Houdlette family, 1707-1909. Boston, G. H. Ellis co., 
printers, 1909. 
14 p. 25"™. 
By Edith Laura Houdlette. 

CS71.H836 1909 
9-14689 

Hougham. See also Tyssen. CS439.T93 

1661 Houghton. 

Report to the Houghton association, U. S. A. made by 
Columbus Smith, a. d. 1869, containing information, now col- 
lected, relative to Houghton property in England ; also several 
genealogies of different branches of the family. Pub. by order 
of the Houghton association. Burlington, Vt., Daily free 
press book and job office, 1869. 

60 p. front., pi., fold, geneal. tables. 22"™. 

Genealogical items signed by Francis W. Houghton. 

CS71.H838 1869 

9-10680t 

See also White. CS71.W585 1900 

1662 Houston. 

Brief biographical accounts of many members of the Houston 
family accompanied by a genealogical table. Comp. by Rev. 
Saml. Rutherford Houston . . . Cincinnati, Elm street print. 
CO., 1882. 
420 p. coat of arms. 19"". 
Descendants of John Houston of Augusta Co., Va. 

CS71.H843 1882 
1-18745 

See also Barber. CS71.B24 1890 

Habersham. CS71.H114 1901 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 347 

1663 Howard. 

The Howard papers: with a biographical pedigree and criti- 
cism; by H. Kent Staple Causton . . . London, H. K. Causton 
and son [1862] 

xvi, [13]-690 p. facsims., geneal. tables. 23<^™. 

Founded on the manuscripts of Walter Howard. 

DA301.1.H8C3 

6-5807 

1663a The Howards. Rev. R. Matthews, John Rooke, Captain 

Joseph Huddart. By Henry Lonsdale, m. d. London, G. 

Routledge and sons, 1872. 

vii, [1]. 311 p. 4 port. (incl. front.) 19^'''". (The worthies of Cumberland 

[V 3]) 

The portraits are mounted photographs. 

CS439.H76 

10-13739 

1664 Howard genealogy. A genealogical record embracing all 

the known descendants in this country, of Thomas and Susanna 
Howard, who have borne the family name or have married into 
the family. Collected and arranged, by Jarvis Cutler Howard 
. . . [Hartford, Conn.] The compiler, 1884. 

1 p. 1., 237, [1] p. front, (port.) illus. 24^'''". 

CS71.H86 1884 

5-16554 

1666 Abraham Howard of Marblehead, Mass. and his descend- 
ants. New York, Priv. print. [Boston, Press of D. Clapp & 

son] 1897. 

71 p. fold, geneal. tab. 25^'"'. 

Title vignette. 

Comp. by Joseph Piatt Howard, Judge Nathaniel Jay Holden and Henry 

Ward Beecher Howard. 

CS71.H85 1897 

9-11226t 

1666 A history of Isaac Howard, of Foster, Rhode Island, and 

his descendants who have borne the name of Howard. By 
Daniel Howard, a. m. Windsor Locks, Conn. [Journal job 
print] 1901. 

2 p. 1., [9]-168 p. front., pi., port. 25J<'"». 

CS71.H86 1901 

2-26763 

1667 The Howard genealogy; descendants of John Howard of 

Bridgewater, Massachusetts, from 1643 to 1903, by Heman 
Howard. [Brockton, Mass., The Standard printing co., 1903] 

XV, [1], 330 p. incl. front, plates, ports., facsim. 24'=°'. 

CS71.H86 1903 

4-250Q 



348 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Howard — Continued. 

1668 The House of Howard, by the late Gerald Brenan . . . and 

Edward Phillips Statham . . . With 32 full-page illustrations 
and 2 photogravure plates . . . London, Hutchinson & co., 
1907. 

2 V. fronts., plates, ports., geneal. tables (partly fold.) 22^"°^ 
Paged continuoiisly. 

DA28.36.H8B7 

8-15740 

See also Arundel. DA690.A79T5 

Arundel. DA690.A79W9 

Dorsey. CS71.D718 1898 

Gower. 

Jennens. CS439.J5 

1669 Howe. 

The Howe family gathering, at Harmony Grove, South 
Framingham, Thursday, August 31, 1871. By Rev. Elias 
Nason . . . Boston, E. Howe, 1871. 

46 p. col. front, (coats of arms) illus. 25^" 



9-11225t 



Lom 

CS71.H856 1871 



1670 Filial tribute to the memory of Rev. John Moffat Howe, 

M. D. 1889. [New York, De Vinne press, 1889] 

254 p. front., plates, ports., fold, facsims. 20"™. 

Comp. by John Morrison Reid. 

The "Howe family in America" and "Incidents of Howe ancestry" by 
George R. Howe, p. 5-53. 

9-27096t 

See also Jennens. CS439.J5 



1671 HoweU. 

The book of John Howell and his descendants. With sup- 
plementary accounts of the families related to them by mar- 
riage. Collected from various sources by Frances Howell , , . 
New York, F. Howell, 1897. 

2 V. fronts., plates, ports., facsims. (partly fold.) 17^"™. 

Paged continuously. 

CS71.H858 1897 

9-11224t 

See also Reading. CS71.I1287 1898 

1672 Howes. 

Genealogy of the Howes family in America. Descendants of 
Thomas Howes, Yarmouth, Mass. 1637 . . . 1892. With some 
account of English ancestry. By Joshua Crowell Howes . . . 
Yarmouthport, Mass., Printed for the author by F. Hallett, 

1892. 

209 p. front, (port.) plates, coat of arms. 23"™, 

CS71.H859 1892 

9-11223t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 349 

Howes — Continued. 

1673 — — Howes' genealogy. The branch of John of Madison, N. Y. 
of the sixth American generation. By Heman Howes Sanford 

. . . [Syracuse, N. Y.] 1893. 

16 p. 23^''='. 

CS71.H869 1893 

»-11222t 

1674 Thomas Howes and his wife Mary . . . [Genealogical tree] 

Designed by Wm. Bassett, perfected by J. B. Howes. Drawn 
by F. F. Myrick. Boston, 1899. 

geneal. tab. 28 x 35^^'"'" fold, to 20 x 14^"™ 

CS71.H869 1899 

See also Qriswold. CS71.087 1898 



1675 Howland. 

A brief genealogical and biographical history of Arthur, 
Henry, and John Howland, and their descendants, of the 
United States and Canada. Together with an account of the 
efforts made in England to learn of their English ancestry, etc. 
by Franklyn Howland. 1st ed. New Bedford, Mass., The 
author, 1885. 

463 p. front, (coat of arms) plates, ports. 24"™. 

"450 copies printed." 

CS71.H864 1885 

9-11 221 t 

1676 Extracts from the journal of Sarah Howland, and some 

of the poetry, letters, and other papers preserved by her, 
together with some account of her family. Comp. by her 
great grandson, Howland Pell. [New York ?] 1890. 

122, iv p. 24"™. 

CS71.H864 1890 

9-11220t 

See also Pierce. CS71.P616 1874 

Swain. CS71.S97 1896 

Woolsey. CS71.W916 1900 

Woolsey. E601.B12 

1677 Hoyt. 

Hoyt family. A genealogical history of John Hoyt of Salis- 
bury, and David Hoyt of Deerfield, (Massachusetts,) and their 
descendants: with some account of the earlier Connecticut 
Hoyts, and an appendix, containing the family record of Wil- 
liam Barnes of Salisbury, a list of the first settlers of Salisbury 
and Amesbury, &c. By David W. Hoyt . . . [1st ed.] Bos- 
ton, C. B. Richardson, 1857. 

144 p. front., illus., pi., ports. 23"". 

CS71.H869 1857 

9-11219t 



350 LIBKARY OF CONGBESS 

Hoy t — Continued , 

1678 A genealogical history of the Hoyt, Haight, and Higlit 

families : with some account of the earlier Hyatt families, a Kst 
of the first settlers of Salisbury and Amesbury, Mass., etc. 
By David W. Hoyt. [2d enl. ed.l Providence, Printed for the 
author by the Providence press co.; Boston, H. Hoyt, 1871. 

xii, [3]-686 p. front., illus., pi., -ports. 23^"™. 

CS71.H869 1871 

9-11218t 

See also Haight. 

1679 Hubbard. 

Descendants of George Hubbard, from 1600 to 1872. By 
Luther Prescott Hubbard . . . New- York, L. P. Hubbard, 1872. 



34 p. front., photos. 2^°^. 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

9-11217t 



CS71.H875 1872 



1680 One thousand years of Hubbard history, 866 to 1895. 

From Hubba, the Norse sea king, to the enlightened present. 
Comp. by Edward Warren Day, a Hubbard descendant. 
New York, H. P. Hubbard; [etc., etc., ^895] 

512 p. incl. illus., ports., facsims., coats of arms. port. 24"™. 
p. 497-512 blank for family records. 

CS71.H875 1896 

9-11216t 

See also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 



1681 Hubbell. 

History of the Hubbell family, containing a genealogical 
record, by Walter Hubbell. Also biographical sketches, deeds, 
wills, inventories, distributions of estates, military commissions, 
obituaries, and much ancient historical information relating to 
the family and name. 1st ed. New York, J. H. Hubbell & co., 
1881. 

xiv p., 1 1., 463 p. front., illus. (ports.) plates, facsims., fold, tab., coats of 
arms. 25^''"'. 

CS71.H876 1881 

9-11215t 

See also Chapin. CS71.C462 1884 



Huckins. See also Smith. CS71.S643 i9io 

1682 Hudson. 

The genealogy of the descendants of Daniel Hudson, of 
Watertown, Mass., who emigrated to America in 1639. The 
progenitor of all of that name settled at Oxford. By Sanford A. 
Hudson . . . Fargo, N. D., Commonwealth publishing co., 1892. 

28 p. IS"". 

CS71.H885 1892 

9-11213t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 351 

Hudson — Continued . 

1683 The manors of Wike Burnell and Wyke Waryn, in the 

county of Worcester, with some account of the several lords 
thereof, of their families, of the village, and of the immediate 
neighbourhood, from the viith century to the present time. 
By C. E. Mogridge Hudson . . . Oxford, Printed for the 
author by J. Parker and co., 1901. 

xiv p., 1 1., 252 p. incl. geneal. tables, front. 30""^. 

100 copies printed. 

Includes also genealogical data concerning the following families: Hazle- 
wood of Wick, Hudson of Wick, Smith of Tibbington, Nolcken of Livonia, 
Oldaker of Worcestershire, Mogridge, Whitehead and Bennett, Walker. 

DA690.W6H8 

3-18714 

See also Lloyd. CS71.L792 1898 

1684 Hufford. 

The Hufford family history, 1729-1909; comp. ... by Frank- 
lin Pierce Hoflert. Indianapolis, Ind., F. P. Hoffert, 1909. 
265, [4] p. illus. (incl. ports.) pi. 32i<"°. 

CS71.H89 1909 

9-24240 

1685 Hughes. 

Hughes and allied families. [Grand Rapids, Mich., 1879] 

4 p. 1., 239, [6] p. 20i<"". 

Comp. by D. D. Hughes and W. H. Hughes. 

CS71.H892 1879 

»-11214t 

See also Holstein. CS71.H767 1892 

Lawrence. CS71.L42 1891 

1686 Huidekoper. 

Huidekoper; American branch ... [n. p.] 1904. 

cover-title, 8 p. 21^'''". 

Comp. by Frederic Wolters Huidekoper and Frederic Louis Huidekoper. 

CS71.H899 1904 

9-5238 

1687 Hull. 

Book of the Hulls: being a genealogy of the Hull family; 
containing some account of the Hulls of England, Massachu- 
setts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island; by Oliver Hull . . . [New 
York] Printed by P. Eckler, 1863. 
36 p. geneal. tab. 19i«°». 

CS71.H912 1863 
9-11212t 

1688 Records of some of the descendants of Richard Hull, 

New Haven, 1639-1662. Comp. by Samuel C. Clarke. Bos- 
ton, Printed by D. Clapp & son, 1869. 
20 p. 24""'. 

CS71.H912 1869 

9-11211t 



352 LIBRABY OF CONGRESS 

Hull — Continued . 

1689 A record of the descendants of Richard Hull, of New 

Haven, Conn. . , . Comp. bj Puella FoUett (Hull) Mason . . . 
[Milwaukee, Swain & Tate co., printers] 1894. 

5 p., 6-78 numb. 1. 23'=°'. 

"Notes to 'Record of the descendants of Richard Hull' " inserted. 

CS71.H912 1894 

9-11210t 

1690 Descendants of Cornelius Hull and Thankful (Root) Hull 

his wife, of Great Barrington, Mass. Comp. by Edgar Hull. 
Port Edward, N. Y. [1903] 

[8] p. 21^"°'. 

CS71.H912 1903 

. fr-4493 

1691 Rev. Joseph Hull and some of his descendants; by Amy 

Eleanor E. Hull. Including pedigree of the Arnold, Cary, 
Cornell, Quinby, Winthrop, Underbill, Wood and other families. 
Baltimore, Press of Stonebraker bros. co., 1904. 

54, 4 p. 23<"". 

Ten blank pages at end for memoranda, numbered 55-64. 

CS71.H912 1904 

5-16559 

1692 Hull family association. Certificate of corporation, con- 
stitution and by laws. [Albany? 1904] 

cover-title, 12 p. 23<"°. 

Articles of association signed: George H. Hull, Jas. W. Hull, Herbert G. 
Hull, Wolcott A. Hull, Washington Hull. 

CS71.H912 1904a 

6-25787 

1693 . . . An appeal to those bearing the name of Hull. [New- 
burgh, N. Y., Newburgh journal co., 1905] 

16 p. 23^"°'. 

Comp. by James W. Hull of Pittsfield, Mass. 

CS71.H912 1906 

6-3339 

1694 Hume. 

Marchmont and the Humes of Polwarth; by one of their 
descendants [Julian Margaret Maitland Warrender] . . . Edin- 
burgh & London, W. Blackwood & sons, 1894, 

xii, 193 p. front., illus., pi., port. 25^"™. 

CS479.M39 

1-5751 

See also Drummond. CS419.D7 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 353 

ie94a Humfreville. 

Humphreville, with collateral lines: Beecher, Bristol, Brown, 
Bullard, Clark, Dwight, Farrington, Peck, Preston, Sperry, 
Stiles; ancestral record of Francis [!] Amelia (Smith) Lewis, 
comp. and prepared by Harriet Southworth (Lewis) Barnes. 
Philadelphia, 1903. 
56 p. IQi"-". 

CS71.H923 1903 

10-13931 

Humphreville. See Humfreville. 

1696 Humphrey. 

The Humphrey family of Yarmouth and North Yarmouth, 
Maine. By Capt. James J. Humphrey. Yarmouth, Old times 
office, 1881. 

1 p. 1., 14 p. 23<'«. 

CS71.H926 1881 

2-25213 

1696 The Humphrey family of North Yarmouth, Maine. [By] 

Capt. James J. Humphrey. Yarmouth, Me., Old times office, 
1882. 

1 p. 1., 23 numb. 1. 23^"°. 

"Revised, enlarged and corrected from pages 695-708, Old times." 

CS71.H926 1882 

»-11209t 

1697 The Humphreys family in America. By Frederick 

Humphreys, m. d., assisted by Otis M. Humphreys, m. d., 
Henry R. Stiles, m. d., Mrs. Sarah M. Churchill. New York, 
Humphreys print, 1883. 

8 p. 1., 1115 p. col. front, (coat of arms) illus., pi., ports., faceims. (partly 
fold.) 30*'"'. 

"Captain John Brown, grandson of Lieut. Gideon and Ruth (Humphrey) 
Mills, and great-grandson of Hon. Oliver Humphrey" : p. 303-314. 

"The Dorchester and Weymouth families of Humphrey, by Gilbert Nash, 
esq., of Weymouth, Mass. With additions by Otis M. Humphreys, m. d., of 
Minneapolis, Minn." : p. [839]-908. 

CS71.H926 1883 

9-10187t 

See also Guild. CS71.G964 1891 

Merrill. CS71.M67 1886 

Humphreys. See Humphrey. 

1698 Hungerford. 

The Hungerford family. (7/1 Ancestral stories and traditions 
of great families illustrative of English history. By John 
Timbs . . . London, 1869. 18^*"". p. 104-120) 

DA28.36.A1T6 

5-5847 

35819°— 10 23 



354 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1699 Hunloke. 

Genealogical collections illustrating the history of Roman 
Catholic families of England, Based on the Lawson manu- 
script. Pt. II, no. 3. Hunloke. Ed. by J. Jackson How- 
ard . . . [and] H. Farnham Burke ... H. Seymour Hughes, 
subeditor. [London] Priv. print., 1887- 

1 p. 1., 89-116 p. illus., pi. (coat of arms). 50°". 

CS438.L3 

8-37484 

1700 Hunneman. 

The Honeyman family (Honeyman, Honyman, Hunneman, 
etc.) in Scotland and America, 1548-1908, by A. Van Doren 
Honeyman . . . Plainfield, N. J., Honeyman's publishing house, 
1909. 

345 p. front., plates, ports. 25i<'°. 

CS71.H937 1909 

9-7529 

1701 Hunnewell. 

Hunnewell; chiefly six generations in Massachusetts, by 
James Frothingham Hunnewell. [Cambridge] The University 
press, 1900. 

47 p. 22^ X 18^'='°. 

100 copies privately" printed. 

CS71.H938 1900 

May 17, 1900-52 

1702 Life, letters and diary of Horatio Hollis Hunnewell, born 

July 27, 1810; died May 20, 1902; with a short history of the 
Hunnewell and Welles families, and an account of the Wellesley 
and Natick estates, by his grandson, Hollis Horatio Hunnewell. 
Boston, Priv. print. [New York, The De Vinne press] 1906. 

3 V. fronts, (v. 1, 3) plates (1 col.) ports., fold, maps, plans (1 fold.) facsime. 
27cm 

"Fifty copies of this work on Holland hand made paper, and three copies on 
Japanese vellum have been printed ..." 

6-42360 

1703 Hunt. 

Genealogy of the name and family of Hunt, early estab- 
lished in America from Europe. Exhibiting pedigrees of ten 
thousand persons . . . Authorized by W. L. G. Hunt. Comp. 
by T. B. Wyman, jr. Boston, Printed by J. Wilson and son, 
1862-3. 
XV, [1], 414 p. 24«». 

CS71.H94 1863 
9-11207t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 355 

Hunt — Continued. 

1704 Records and traditions of the families of Hunt and Weisse. 

Collected from authentic documents, assisted by traditions. 
Dedicated to her descendants by J. L. Weisse. New York, 
Priv. print., 1866. 

[28] p. 30^ X 22=°'. (In her Records, genealogical charts, and traditiono •! 
the families of Bethune and Faneuil. p. [27]-54) 

CS71.B663 1860 

3-8077 

See also Sandys. CS71.S22 1807 



1705 Hunter. 

Hunter family register. Descendants of Samuel Hunter, of 
Augusta County, Virginia. Dubuque, la., Printed by W. W. 
Ustick, 1895. 

50 p. 22^'^°'. 

Signed: W. W. Ustick. 



CS71.H944 1896 



7-23352 



1706 Record of Hunter of Hunterston Ayrshire, Scotland . . . 

Record of Hunter of Abbotshill and Park, county Ayr, Scot- 
land . . . Record of Hunter of Ayrhill, Fairfax County, Vir- 
ginia . . . Collected and arrranged by Mary Alice Hunter 
Bull . . . [Washington, D. C, Gibson bros., printers, 1902] 

95 p. 19"°. 

CS71.H944 1902 

3-2229 

1707 Hunter family history. [Urbana ? O., 1905] 

cover-title, 46 p. port. 18""°. 
Comp. by Nathaniel C. Hunter. 

CS71.H944 1906 

7-37059 

1708 Hunting. 

The Hunting, or Huntting family in America. By T. D. 
Huntting. Brooklyn, N.-Y. [Sag-Harbor, N. Y., J. H. Hunt, 
printer] 1888. 

75, viii p. coat of arms. 24^"™. 

CS71.H948 1888 

9-10826t 

1709 Huntington. 

Memories, counsels, and reflections. By an octogenary. 
Addressed to his children and descendants, and printed for 
their use . . . Cambridge [Mass.] Metcalf and company, 1857. 

2 p. 1., 119 p. 24<"". 
Signed: Dan Huntington. 
"Genealogies" : p. 95-103. 

10-2787t 



356 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 



Huntington — Continued. 

1710 A genealogical memoir of the Huntington family in this 

country: embracing all the known descendants of Simon and 
Margaret Huntington, who have retained the family name, and 
the first generation of the descendants of other names. By 
Rev. E. B. Huntington, a, m. Stamford, Conn., The author, 
1863. 

xii, [9]-428 p. front., ports. 23^"°'. 

CS71.H95 1863 

9-10827t 

See also Hastings. 

Chester. 

Cole. 

Swain. 

Todd. 

Woolsey. 

Huntly, Earls of. See Gordon. 

Hunton. See Huntoon. 

1711 Huntoon. 

Philip Hunton and his descendants. By Daniel T. V. Hun- 
toon. Canton, Mass. [Cambridge, University press: J. Wilson 
and son] 1881. 

113 p. coatofarma. 23*"". 

CS71.H955 1881 

9-10828t 

Huntting. See Hunting. 

1712 Hurd. 

A history of the Heard family, of Wayland, Mass. By 
John H. Edwards . . . Boston, Printed for private circulation, 
1880. 

61 p. front., pi., port. 24"=". 



CS439.H32 


1820 


CS71.C526 


1893 


CS71.C69 


1908 


CS71.S97 


1896 


CS71.T634 


1867 


CS71.W916 


1900 


CS479.G6 


1908 



CS71.H96 1880 



»-7928 



1713 



A history and genealogy of the family of Hurd in the United 

States, and a partial history of the New England families of 
Heard and Hord, including a treatise on nomenclature, heraldry 
and coat armour, and ancestry, by Dena D. Hurd. New York, 
Priv. print., 1910. 

vi, 339 p. front., plates (partly col.) ports. 26i<"^. 

CS71.H96 1910 

10-8481 

See also Hord. 

Hurlburt. See Hurlbut. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 357 

1714 Hurlbut. 

A paper read at a family meeting of some of the descendants 
... of Samuel Hurlbut . . . and his wife Jerusha (Higgins) 
Hurlbut . . . held at Racine, Wis., September 20, 1860. By 
Henry Higgins Hurlbut. Racine, Wis., Printed for the author, 

1861. 

22 p. fold, geneal. tab. 22"'°. 

CS71.H964 1861 

3-6535 

1715 The Hurlbut genealogy; or. Record of the descendants 

of Thomas Hurlbut, of Saybrook and Wethersfield, Conn., who 
came to America as early as the year 1637. With notices of 
others not identified as his descendants. By Henry H. Hurl- 
but . . . Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 1888, 

545 p. incl. illus., ports., facsims. 23''™. 

CS71.H964 1888 

9-1082»t 

1716 Hurrey. 

Memorials of the family of Hurry, of Great Yarmouth, Nor- 
folk, and of New York, United States . . . Norwich [Eng.] 
Printed by Miller and Leavins, 1873. 

4 p. 1., 102, [2] p. illus., pi., port., plan. 25""°. 

"These memorials, have been compiled at the request and cost of William 
Hurry, of New York; principally as regards the English family by Charles 
John Palmer, and as respects the American branch by Edmund Abdy Hurry." 

150 copies only have been printed for private distribution. 

CS71.H966 1873 

2-9838 

1717 Additions to Memorials of the family of Hurry of Great 

Yarmouth, Norfolk, and of New York, United States. By a 
member of the New York family . . . New York, Press of T. A. 
Wright, 1900. 

30 p. front., photos., ports., coat of arms. 25^*^™. [ With Palmer, Charles J. 
Memorials of the family of Hiury . . . Norwich [Eng.] 1873] 
"150 copies printed for private distribution." 
Ms. additions and corrections by the author, E. A. Hurry. 

CS71.H966 1873 

2-9839 

Hurry. See Hurrey. 

1718 Hutchins. 

The autobiography of Levi Hutchins: with a preface, notes, 
and addenda, by his youngest son, < Private ed. > Cam- 
bridge [Mass.] Riverside press, 1865, 

iv, 188 p. front, (port.) 19°™. 

Ed. by Samuel Hutchins. 

Contains genealogical notes of the descendants of William Hutchins of Row- 
ley, Mass., 1657. 

9-23199t 



358 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Hutchins — Continued , 

1719 Hutchins genealogy. Comp. by Charles Hutchins. Bos- 
ton [Bascom & Cronin, printers] 1885. 

16 p. 21i«'°. 

CS71.H974 1885 

9-10830t 

See also Corliss. CS71.C8 1875 

1720 Hutchinson. 

Memoirs of the life of Colonel Hutchinson . . . with original 
anecdotes of many of the most distinguished of his contem- 
poraries, and a summary review of public affairs: written by 
his widow Lucy . . . From the original manuscript by the 
Rev. Julius Hutchinson. To which is prefixed the Life of 
Mrs. Hutchinson, written by herself. 5th ed. To which is now 
first added, an account of the siege of Lathom House, defended 
by the Coimtess of Derby against Sir Thomas Fairfax. London, 
H. G. Bohn, 1846. 

XX, 523 p. front, (port.) 18"™. (Bohn's standard library) 

DA407.H9H7 

2-30598 

1721 The book of brothers. History of the Hutchinson family. 

New York, Hutchinson family, 1852. 

48 p. IS^""". 

Copyright secured by Asa B. Hutchinson, 

ML400.H98 

6-29979 

1722 The book of brothers; (second series) being a history of 

the adventures of John W. Hutchinson and his family in the 
camps of the Army of the Potomac. Boston, S. Chism, Frank- 
lin printing house, 1864. 

24 p. ISi""". 

Copyrighted by John W. Hutchinson. 

ML400.H982 
6-28021 

1723 A brief genealogy of the descendants of William Hutchin- 
son and Thomas Oliver, Families closely allied by intermar- 
riage, and prominent at every period of the colonial history 
of Massachusetts. Reprinted, with additions, from the New 
England historical and genealogical register for 1865, By 
W. H. Whitmore. Boston, S. G. Drake, 1865. 

38 p. 25i X 21"='. 

CS71.H975 1866 

0-10831t 

1724 Notes upon the ancestry of William Hutchinson and 

Anne Marbury. From researches recently made in England. 
By Joseph Lemuel Chester . . . Boston, Printed by D. Clapp 
& son, 1866. 

24 p. 26 X 21<"», 

CS71.H975 1866 

9-10832t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 359 

Hutchinson — Continued. 

X725 A genealogy of the Hutchinson family of Yorkshire, and 

of the American branch of the family descended from Richard 
Hutchinson, of Salem, Mass. By Joseph Lemuel Chester. 
Reprinted from the N. E. historical and genealogical register 
for July, 1868. Boston, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1868. 

33 p. illus. (coat of arms) 26=°^. 

CS71.H976 1868 

3-11079 

1726 The Hutchinson family; or, The descendants of Barnard 

Hutchinson, of Cowlam, England. Comp. by Perley Derby. 
Salem, Essex institute press, 1870. 

iv, &-107 p. 22i'="». 

CS71.H976 1870 

9-10186t 

1727 A brief narrative of the Hutchinson family. Sixteen sons 

and daughters of the " tribe of Jesse." By "Joshua" . . . Bos- 
ton, Lee and Shepard, 1874. 

73 p. ig*"". 

By Joshua Hutchinson. 

ML400.H983 

»-11353t 

1728 The diary and letters of His Excellency Thomas Hutchin- 
son . . . captain-general and governor-in-chief of . . . Massachu- 
setts Bay . . . Comp. from the original documents still remain- 
ing in the possession of his descendants. By Peter Orlando 
Hutchinson . . . London, S. Low, Marston, Searle & Riving- 
ton, 1883-86. 

2 V. fronts., illus., col. pi., facsim. 23""°. 

"Pedigree of Hutchinson of Lincolnshire": v. 2, p. 456-478. 

P67.H94 

4-31132 

1729 Descendants of Henry Hutchinson. Comp. by Edmund 

D. Barbour . . . [Boston] 1888. 

geneal. tab. 61 x 36^"'^ fold, to llj x ISi""*. 

CS71.H976 1888 

1-3295 

1730 A brief sketch of the Hutchinson family of New Hamp- 
shire. Comp. by Frank Allen Hutchinson. Lowell, Mass., 
Courier-citizen co., printers, 1896. 

22, [1] p. 22J'"». 

CS71.H976 1896 

9-10833t 

1731 Story of the Hutchinsons (tribe of Jesse) By John Wal- 
lace Hutchinson; comp. and ed. by Charles E. Mann, with an 
introduction by Frederick Douglass . . . Boston, Lee and 
Shepard, 1896. 

2 V. fronts., plates, ports. 21i<=™. 

ML400.H984 

9-11341t 



360 LIBBARY OF CONGRESS 

Hutchinson — Continued . 

1732 Memoirs of the life of Colonel Hutchinson, governor of 

Nottingham castle and town. Written by his widow Lucy. 
Ed. from the original manuscript by the Rev. Julius Hutchin- 
son. To which is prefixed the life of Mrs. Hutchinson written 
by herself. Also an account of the siege of Lathom House, 
defended by the Countess of Derby against Sir Thomas Fairfax. 
London, G. Bell and sons, 1902. 

XX, 523 p. front, (port.) 19"™. {Half-title: Bohn's standard library) 

DA407.H9H9 

4-17035 

See also Lloyd. CS71.L792 1898 

Thompson. CS71.T47 1890 

1733 Hutton. 

. . . The life of William Hutton, and the history of the Hutton 

family, edited from the original manuscripts, with the addition 

of numerous illustrative notes, original matter, examples of 

Hutton's poetical productions, and notices of all his works . . . 

by Llewellynn Jewitt . . . London, F. Warne and co. ; New 

York, Scribner, Welford and Armstrong [1872] 

xii, 464 p. front, (port.) 18°°'. (The Chandoa library) 

CS439.H8 

1-27639 

1734 Huxley. 

Genealogical descent of the Huxley family in the United 
States . . . 2d ed., rev. and enl. by Jared Huxley . . . Youngs- 
town, O., The Vindicator press, 1901. 

77, [8] p., 3 1. illus., ports. 26"". 

CS71.H986 1901 

1-15033 

Hyatt. See also Hoyt. 

1735 Hyde. 

Hyde genealogy; or. The descendants, in the female as well 
as in the male lines, from William Hyde, of Norwich . . . By 
Reuben H. Walworth . . . Albany, J. Munsell, 1864. 

2 V. fronts., ports. 24*='". 

Paged continuously. 

Title vignette : coat of arms. 

CS71.H993 1864 

9-10834t 

1736 Several ancestral lines of Moses Hyde and his wife Sarah 

Dana, married at Ashford, Conn., June 5, 1757. With a full 
genealogical history of their descendants to the end of the 
nineteenth century. Covering three hundred years and embrac- 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 361 

1736 Hyde — Continued. 

ing ten generations. By Harrietts Hyde Wells . . . Albany, 
J. Munsell's sons, 1904. 

114 p. front., plates, port. 22"™. 

CS71.H993 1904 

4-29759 

See also Bannerxnan. 

Blackman. CS71.B639 1894 

Chester. CS71.C526 1893 

1737 Hyder. 

A family history. Taneytown, Md., The Carroll record print, 
1909. 
44 p. 22i'=™. 
Reminiscences of the Hyder family by Ella Beam. 

CS71.H994 1909 

9-29538 

Hylton. See Hilton. 

Hyslop. See also Sumner. CS71.S966 1854 

Indicott. See Endicott. 

1738 Ingalls. 

The genealogy and history of the Ingalls family in America. 
Giving the descendants of Edmund Ingalls who settled at Lynn, 
Mass. in 1629. Comp. by Charles Burleigh . . . Maiden, Mass., 
G. E. Dunbar, 1903. 

324, [1] p. col. front, (coat of arms) 1 pi., 15 port. 23^'"°. 

CS71.I44 1903 

3-23431 

1739 Ingersoll. 

The IngersoUs of Hampshire. A genealogical history of the 

family from their settlement in America, in the line of Jolm 

Ingersoll of Westfield, Mass. Comp. from authentic records by 

Lieutenant Charles Stedman Ripley . . . Boston, A. Mudge & 

son, printers, 1893. 

ix, [11]-107 p. front, (coat of arms) 23^"°. 

CS71.I47 1893 

9-11234t 

Ingham. See also Whitaker. CS439.W486 

Inglis. See also Cochran. CS90.C6 

1739a Ingraham. 

To the descendants of Timothy Ingraham . . . Information 
respecting the great Ingraham estate, in the kingdom of Great 
Britain. By G. R. Gladding . . . Providence, H. L. Tilling- 
hast, 1859. 

2 p. 1., 79, [1] p. front., illus., pi. ISi*". 

CS7 1.154 1859 

3^634 



362 LIBEABY OF CONGRESS 

* 

Ingraham — Continued . 

1740 Notes on the Ingraham genealogy. By J. B. Nichols. 

[Washington, D. C, Kates & Andrews, printers and pubHshers] 

1898. 

cover-title, 11, [1] p. 13^ x 10^""". 

CS71.I54 1898 

9-11235t 

Bee also Castle. CS71.C35 1899 

Kip. CS71.K57 1871 

Inman. See also Walker. CS71.W18 1902 

1741 Innes. 

Ane account of the f amiUe of Innes, comp. by Duncan Forbes 
of Culloden 1698. With an appendix of charters and notes. 
Aberdeen, Printed for the Spalding club, 1864. 

4 p. 1., [v]-ix, 286 p., 1 1. illus., facsim. 25^ x 21«". 

On cover: Spalding club, Aberdeen. [Publication 33] 

DA750.S8 vol. 33 

&-11798 

1742 Report to the Innis association, U. S. A., made by Colum- 
bus Smith. A. D. 1866. Containing the Innis constitution and 
information in his possession relative to the Innis property in 
Scotland . . . Middlebury, Register oflSce, 1866. 

17 p. 23'"". 

Published by order of the Innis association. 

CS71.I58 1866 

3-4150 

1743 Report to the Innis association [by Columbus Smith. 

n. p., 1869?] 

4 p. 23''™. 
Caption title. 
Report dated 1869. 

CS71.I58 1869 

3-4151 

See also Pocock. CS439.P7 

Innis. See Innes. 

Iredell. See also Jones. CS71.J76 1900 

1744 Ireland. 

Some account of the Ireland family, originally of Long Island, 
N. Y., 1644-1880. By Joseph Norton Ireland . . . Bridgeport, 
Gould & Stiles, printers, 1880. 

51 p. 22^'"». 

"The Norton family": p. [36]-41- 

CS71.I65 1880 

3-50.51 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 363 

1745 Irish. 

A sketch of the life of General James Irish of Gorham, Me. 
1776-1863. By Lyndon Oak. Boston, Lee & Shepard, 1898. 

70 p. 3 port. (incl. front.) 2 pi. 24«". 

Caption title: A brief sketch of the genealogy and personal history of Gen. 
James Irish. 

10-537t 

1746 Irumberry. 

La famille d' Irumberry de Salaberry, par Pierre-Georges 
Roy . . . Levis [J. A. K. Laflamme, imprimeur, Quebec] 1905. 
200 p. plates, ports. 22<'°. 
"Tir6 h. 200 exemplaires." This copy not numbered. 

CS00.I7 

5-37636 

1747 Irvin. 

A short account of the family of Irvine of Dnmi in the county 
of Aberdeen. By Captain Douglas Wimberley . . . Inverness, 
Printed for the author at the office of the "Northern clironicle," 
1893. 

3 p. 1., 74 p. front., fold, geneal. tables. 28J'"°. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS470.I7 1893 

10-1184 

1748 The Irvines and their kin. A history of the Irvine family 

and their descendants. Comp. and ed. by Mrs. L. Boyd. Louis- 
ville, Ky., For the author, 1898. 

115 p. front., illus., pi., coats of arms. 26^"°. 

CS71.I72 1898 
Nov. 9, 98-13 

1749 The Irvines and their kin; revised by the author in Scot- 
land, Ireland and England; a history of the Irvine family and 
their descendants. Also short sketches of their kindred, the 
the Carlisles, McDowells, Johnstons, Maxwells, Gaults, Mc- 
Elroys, etc., from a. d. 373 down to the present time. Comp. 
by L. Boyd. Chicago, R. R. Donnelley & sons company, 1908. 

432 p. front., plates, ports., fold, geneal. tables. 25" 



CS71.I72 1908 



8-20666 



1760 The Irvines of Drum and collateral branches, by Lieutenant- 
Colonel Jonathan Forbes Leslie . . . Aberdeen [Printed at the 
"Aberdeen Daily journal" office, 1909. 
5 p. 1., 233 p., 1 1. pi., facsim. 25J«». 

CS439.I8 

9-16818 

See also Irving. 



Irvine. See Irvin. 



864 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1751 Irving. 

The Ir\dngs, Irwins, Irvines, or Erinveines: or any other 
spelling of the name : an old Scots Border clan. By its present 
chieftain : John Beaufin Irving of Bonshaw. Aberdeen, Printed 
and published for the author by the Rosemount press, 1907. 

X p., 1 1., 295, [1] p. front., plates (partly col.) ports., map, facsims., geneal. 
tables (partly fold.) 33 x 26^""°. 

Author's autograph presentation copy. 

Title in red and black. 

CS479.I7 

7-41570 

See also Erving. 

Irvin. 
Irwin. 

1752 Irwin. 

The Irwin family. Sketch of Richard Irwin, of Chester 
County, Pa., and his descendants. Comp. by S. D. Irwin . . . 
[Franklin, Pa., Evening news print] 1893. 

50 p. 22"°'. 

CS71.I725 1893 

10-5834 

See also Irving. 

1763 IsbeU. 

The Isbell and Kingman families. Some records of Robert 
Isbell and Henry Kingman and their descendants. Gathered 
from various sources and comp. by Leroy W. Kingman. Owego, 
Gazette printing office, 1889. 

30 p. geneal. tab. SOJ"'". 

CS71.I76 1889 

9-18742 

Israel. See also Greenough. CS71.6815 1895 

Ives. See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 

Haynes. CS71.H424 1902 

1754 Jackson. 

Proceedings of the sesqui-centennial gathering of the descend- 
ants of Isaac and Ann Jackson, at Harmony Grove, Chester 
Co., Pa., eighth month, twenty-fifth, 1875. Together with the 
family genealogy . . . Philadelphia, Pub. by the committee for 
the family, 1878. 

1 p. 1., iv, [iii]-v, [7]-871 p. front., plates. 23^"'°. 

Interleaved. 

Preface signed: Halliday Jackson. 

"Errata" inserted. 

0S71.J13 1878 

9-11237 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 



365 



Jackson- 
1755 



-Continued. 
The genealogy of the 



Jackson family." Prepared by 
Assisted by Rev. Hugh Hogue 
[Urbana, O., 



Rev. Hugh Parks Jackson 

Thompson, d. d., and James R. Jackson, esq. 

Press of Citizen and gazette co.] 1890. 

124 p. incl. ports. 22'"». 

Descendants of Mary Jackson and Joseph Caldwell, p. 63-72. 

CS71.J13 

9-11236 



1890 



1756 The Edward Jackson family of Newton, Massachusetts, 

in the line of Commodore Charles Hunter Jackson, United 
States navy, Middletown, Connecticut. Comp. by Frank 
Farnsworth Starr for James J. Goodwin. Hartford, Conn. 
[Cambridge, U. S. A., University press, J. Wilson and son] 1895. 
86 p. fold, geneal. tab. 25«°». 

CS71.J13 1896 

9-11441t 



See also Dunn. 
Hoar. 
Robinson. 
Thayer. 
Warren. 



CS71.D923 1908 

CS71.H679 1898 

CS71.B66 1894 

CS71.T37 1836 

CS71.W29 1903 



1756a Jacobs. 

Minutes for a genealogy of Greorge Jacobs, senior, of Salem 
village, who suffered the utmost penalty of the law during the 
witchcraft tragedy, enacted in New England, a. d. 1692. By 
C. M. Endicott. (In Essex institute. Historical collections. 
Salem, 1859. 23«='«. v. 1, p. 52-55) 



See also Robinson. 

Jaggard. See also Jennings. 
James. See also Stites. 



F72.E7E81 vol.1 
0S71.R66 1900 
CS71.J645 1899 
CS71.S861 1897 



1767 Jameson. 

The Jamesons in America. 1647-1900. Genealogical rec- 
ords and memoranda. By E. O. Jameson . . . Boston; Concord, 
N. H., printed, The Rumford press, 1901. 

xvi, 599 p. front., illus., porta., facsims. 28*"". 



Apr. 25, 1901-76 

See also Harvey. 



CS71.J3 1901 



CS71.H341 1899 



366 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1758 Janes. 

The Janes family. A genealogy and brief history of the 
descendants of William Janes the emigrant ancestor of 1637, 
with an extended notice of Bishop Edmund S. Janes, d, d., 
and other biographical sketches : by the Rev. Frederic Janes . . . 
New York, J. H. Dingman, 1868. 

xiv, ri5]-419 p. front., photos., coat of arms. 24"'°. 

CS71.J33 1868 

9-11440t 

Janney. See also Jolliffe. CS71.J76 1893 

1759 Janse. 

An account of Anneke Janse, and her family. Also the will 
of Anneke Janse in Dutch and English. Albany, J. Munsell, 
1870. 

31 p. 18i««. 

CS71.J35 1870 

3-28365 

1759a Annetje Jans' farm, by Ruth Putnam. [New York, 1897] 

cover-title, p. [61]-98. 19J<"". (Half-moon series, v. 1, no. 3) 
Published also in " Historic New York."- 1897. 1st ser. [no. 4] 

F128.1.H17 vol. 1 

10-6832 

1759b Separate. F128.4.P98 

1759c Jaquelin. 

Some prominent Virginia families, by Louise Pecquet du 
Bellet . . . [Lynchburg, Va., J. P. Bell company (inc.) ^907] 

4 V. front, (port.) illus. (incl. ports.) fold, geneal. tables. 24^"™. 

On cover: Edward Jaquelin — Martha Gary: their descendants, and collat- 
eral families. F225.P.36 

7-37724 

1760 Jaquett. 

Genealogy of the Jaquett family. By Edwin Jaquett 
Sellers. Philadelphia, 1896. 

190 p. 25i<='°. 

CS71.J36 1896 

9-11439t 

1761 Genealogy of the Jaquett family, by Edwin Jaquett 

Sellers. Rev. ed. Philadelphia [Press of Allen, Lane & 
Scott] 1907. 

226 p. illus., 2 pi., 5 port. 24^"°'. 

Each plate is accompanied by guard-sheet with descriptive letterpress. 

"Edition limited to one hundred copies." 

CS71.J36 1907 
8-489S 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 367 

1762 Jarvis. 

The 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. Collected and compiled by George A. 
Jarvis . . . George Murray Jarvis . . . William Jarvis Wet- 
more . . . assisted by Alfred Harding . . . Hartford, Press of 
the Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 1879. 

vii, [1], 347, [1] p. front., plates, ports., geneal. tab., coata of arms. 23^°™. 

Four blank leaves for "Family record" at end. 

CS71.J4 1879 

4-8410 

1763 Biographical sketches of Hezekiah Jarvis, Noah Jarvis, 

George A. Jarvis and William Jarvis, from Encyclopaedia of 
contemporary biography of New York. Vol. v. New York, 
Atlantic publishing and engraving company, 1887. 

10 p. illus., 4 port. 24"'°. 

CS71.J4 1887 

8-31732 

1764 Jaudon. 

An account of the Jaudon family. By Edwin Jaquett 
Sellers . . . Philadelphia, Printed by J. B. Lippincott com- 
pany, 1890. 

24 p. 25=™. 

CS71.J41 1890 

9-lI445t 

1765 Jauncey. 

The Bermuda branch of the Jauncey family, [n. p., 1873] 

4 p. 24<"°'. 

By Joseph Outerbridge Brown. 

Caption title. 

CS71.J43 1873 

• 9-11467t 

1766 The Jaunceys of New York. New York, Thitchener & 

Glastaeter, printers, 1876. 

24, fl] p. front, (port.) 23i<'"°. 
By Joseph Outerbridge Brown. 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS71.J43 1876 

9-11437t 

Jay. See also Repalje. CS69.H7 

Van Rensselaer. CS69.S7 

Jeans. See also Whitaker. CS439.W486 

1767 Jeflferis. 

The Jefferis family. [By Gilbert Cope. West Chester, Pa., 
1870] 

14 p. 24^"'". 
Caption title. 
Descendants of Robert Jefferies, d. 1739. 

0S71.J46 1870 

2-22616 



368 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1768 Jefferson. 

Monticello. {In Some colonial mansions and those who lived 
in them, with genealogies of the various families mentioned ; by 
Thomas Allen Glenn. 2d series. Philadelphia, 1900. 24<"".) 

E159.G66 

Feb. 15, 1900-22 

See also Page. CS71.P133 1893 

1769 Jenkins. 

Jenkins family book; being a partial record of the descend- 
ants of David Jenkins and genealogical notes of families inter- 
married with them, by Robert E. Jenkins . . . [Chicago] 1904. 

2 p. 1., 7-244 p. 20<"°. 

CS71.J6 1904 

5-34464 

See also Lancaster. CS71.L245 1902 



1770 Jenks. 

Genealogy of the Jenks family of Newport, N. H., comp. by 
George E. Jenks, of Concord, N. H. [n. p., 1888] 

12 p. 22i'"°. 
Caption title. 

CS71.J62 1888 

10-8906 

1770a Jennens. 

Pedigree of the Jennens, Hanmer, Howe, Beauchamp, and 
Howard families. (From Betham, Playfair, etc.) London, J. 
Coleman [1869] 

geneal. tab. 28^ x 39'='°. 

"No. 1 of a series of three." 

On back of sheet: Pedigree of Jennens, Howe, Hanmer, Lygon and other 

families. 1869. 

X3S439.J5 

9-19366t 

See also Jennings. 

1771 Jenner. 

Descendants of Rev. Thomas Jenner. Communicated by 
William S. Appleton to the N. E. historical and genealogical 
register for July, 1865. [Boston « 1865] 

3 p. 25"°'. 

Caption title. 

Separate. 

CS71.J54 1866 

1-1642 

1772 Jennings. 

Jennings family convention. Charlottesville, Va., May 15, 

1850. [Charlottesville ? Va., 1850 ?] 

16 p. 23<"^. 

Caption title. 

CS71.J546 1850 

CA 9-2576 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 369 

Jennings — Continued . 

1773 Report to the Jennings association, U. S. A., made by 

Columbus Smith, C. M. Fisher, agents, a. d. 1863. Containing 
information in their possession relative to the Jennings property 
in England; the crest and coat of arms of the family: likewise 
several genealogies of different branches of the family in 
America and England. Rutland, Jennings association, 1863-66. 

2 V. in 1. 23'='°. 

CS71.J645 1863 

9-15601 

1774 A genealogical history of the Jennings families in England 

and America . . . Vol. 2. The American families. By William 
Henry Jennings. Columbus, O. [Press of Mann & Adair] 1899. 

1 V. front., pi., port. 23"'°. 
No. 162 of an ed. of 600 copies, 

CS71.J546 1809 
1-10272 

See also Jennens. 

Jennison. See also Giles. CS71.G472 1864 

1775 Jerningham. 

The Jerningham letters (1780-1843) Being excerpts from 
the correspondence and diaries of the Honourable Lady Jerning- 
ham and of her daughter Lady Bedingfeld. Edited with notes 
by Egerton Castle . . . London, R. Bentley and son, 1896. 

2 V. 26 pi. incl. front., port., 2 geneal, tab. 19^"°. 
Title vignettes (port.) 

"The coat-armour of the stamps on the covers, displaying empaled, on the 
first volume Jerningham and Dillon, on the second Bedingfeld (quartering 
Tuddenham) and Jerningham, is taken from two book-plates of the last century 
which appertained to Cossey and Oxburgh respectively." — v. 2, p. vi. 

DA636.J6A2 

2-7682 

Jervis. See also Henzey. CS439.H4 

1776 Jessop. 

Edward Jessup of West Farms, Westchester Co., New York, 
and his descendants. With an introduction and an appendix: 
the latter containing records of other American families of the 
name, with some additional memoranda. By Rev. Henry 
Griswold Jesup . . . Cambridge, Priv. print, for the author, by 
J. Wilson and son, 1887. 

xxi p., 1 1., 442 p. front., plates, ports., coat of arms. 22J''™, 

CS71.J58 1887 

9-11438t 

See also Sandys. CS71.S22 1897 

Jessup. See Jessop. 

Jeston. See also Henzey. CS439.H4 

Jesup. See Jessop. 

35819°— 10 24 



370 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1777 JeweU. 

The Jewell register, containing a list of the descendants of 
Thomas Jewell, of Braintree, near Boston, Mass. Hartford, 
Press of Case, Lockwood and company, 1860. 

104 p. coat of arms. 23^"™. 

Signed: Pliny Jewell, Hartford, Conn., Rev. Joel Jewell, French's Mills, Pa. 

CS71.J59 1860 

9-11451t 

1778 Jewett. 

History and genealogy of the Jewetts of America; a record 
of Edward Jewett, of Bradford, West Riding of Yorkshire, Eng- 
land, and of his two emigrant sons, Deacon Maximilian and 
Joseph Jewett, settlers of Rowley, Massachusetts, in 1639; also 
of Abraham and John Jewett, early settlers of Rowley, and of 
the Jewetts who have settled in the United States since the 
year 1800, by Frederic Clarke Jewett . . . New York, The 
Grafton press, 1908. 

2 V. fronts., plates, ports. 25^"". 



Paged continuoxxsly. 

&-30958 



CS71.J6 1908 



See also Prime. CS71.P952 1887 

Prime. CS71.P962 1897 

Jillson. See also Qilson. CS71.G49 1876 

John. See also Maulsby. CS71.M45 1902 

Johnes. See Jones. 

1779 Johnson. 

Pedigree of Archdeacon Johnson, founder of the two grammar 
schools of Uppingham and Oakham, Comp. by Everard 
Green . . . Privately printed. London, Mitchell & Hughes, 
printers, 1874. 

7 p. illus. (coat of arms) 28i<"°. 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

Reprinted from Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, n. s., v. 1, p. 450-453. 

CS439.J65 

9-18131t 

1780 Johnson of Wytham-on-the-Hill, co. Lincoln. Priv. print. 

London, Mitchell and Hughes, printers, 1875. 

8 p. coat of arms. 254"". 
Title vignette. 

Comp. by Everard Green. 

CS489.J63 
9-12694 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 371 

Johnson — Continued. 

1781 Genealogy. Records of the descendants of David John- 
son, of Leominster. Comp. by Rev. William W. Johnson. 
Milwaukee, Printed by Godfrey & Crandall, 1876. 

80, V p. front, (phot.) port. 23i<"^. 

"Poems, by Rev. Wm. W. Johnson . . . ": p. [65}-80. 

CS71.J7 1876 

&-11453t 

1782 Sketches of Hull celebrities; or, Memoirs and correspond- 
ence of Alderman Thomas Johnson, (who was twice mayor of 
Kingston-upon-Hull,) and four of his lineal descendants, from 
the year 1640 to 1858. The whole compiled and arranged for 
publication by Mr. William A. Gimnell, from ancient mss. fur- 
nished him by the last surviving member of the Johnson family. 
To which is added a voluminous glossary . . . Hull, W. A. 
Gunnell, 1876. 

XV p., 2 1., 515, [1] p. illus. 21^"-. 

DA690.H9a9 

3-1719 

1783 Sketch of the Johnson family gathering held at Southboro, 

Mass., June 26, 1878, and the historical address by Rev. J. H. 
Temple, as well as the poems written for the occasion by mem- 
bers of the family. Also, some extracts from early records. 
Re-published from the "Southboro press" with additional 
notes. Marlboro, Pratt brothers, 1878. 

cover-title, 12 p. 25^"'°. 

CS71.J7 1878 

2-22436 

1784 . . . The Johnson family. A brief account of some of the 

descendants of Wm. Johnson, who settled in Charlestown in 
1634, and of his son, Jonathan Johnson, who settled in Marl- 
borough, Mass., as early as 1662, including about all the John- 
sons that have resided at Southborough. Comp. by Cyrus 
Felton . . . Marlboro, S. B. Pratt, 1879. 

cover-title, 16 p. 24^""". 

CS71.J7 1879 

9-11456 

1784a Orderly book of Sir John Johnson during the Oriskany 

campaign, 1776-1777; annotated by W. L. Stone . . . with an 
historical introduction illustrating the Hfe of Sir John Johnson 
... by J. W. de Peyster . . . Albany, J. Mimsell's sons, 1882. 

9 p. 1., clxviii p., 1 1., [10], 273 p. front., pi., port., facsim., map. 23<"°. 
(Munsell's historical series, no. 11) 

The Johnson family of the Mohawk Valley: p. I-X. 

E233.J67 
1-1317 



372 LIBRABY OF CONGRESS 

Johnson — Continued . 

1785 Some of the descendants of William Johnson, of Charles- 
town, Mass. By Charles Sweet Johnson . . . [Boston, 1884] ■ 

4 p. 24«™. 
Caption title. 

"Reprinted from the N. E. historical and genealogical register for October, 
1884." 

CS71.J7 1884 

5-16191 

1786 Memoirs of the Johnson family : with an autobiography. 

By Ann J. Paxson . . . [Philadelphia] Printed by J. B. Lippin- 
cott company, 1885. 

258 p. front., ports. 20°™. 
For private circulation. 
Introduction signed : E. M. P. 

CS71.J7 1886 

»-11244 

1787 Johnson genealogy. Records of the descendants of John 

Johnson, of Ipswich and Andover, Mass., 1635-1892. With an 
appendix containing records of descendants of Timothy John- 
son, of Andover, and poems of Johnson descendants. Comp. 
by Rev. William W. Johnson . . . North Greenfield, Wis., The 
compiler, 1892. 

189, [11] p. front., col. pi. (coat of arms) ports. 22^""'. 

CS71.J7 1892 

9-11242 

1788 Supplement . . . Containing records of the ancestors 

and descendants of Hon. Theophilus Crawford, of Putney, Vt. 
North Greenfield, Wis., 1896. 
cover-title, 201-226, [2] p. 21i°"». 



CS71.J7 1896 



9-11243 



1789 The Johnson memorial. Jeremiah Johnson andThomazin 

Blanchard Johnson, his wife. An account of their lineage from 
John Alden, Thomas Blanchard, Samuel Bass, Thomas Thayer, 
Isaac Johnson, and James Gibson. By James Bowen Johnson. 
Washington, D. C, Howard university print, 1895. 

152, [4] p. ports., coat of arms. 23°"'. 

CS71.J7 1896 

9-11241 

1790 The New Haven and Wallingford (Conn.) Johnsons. By 

James Shepard . . . Reprinted for the author from the New- 
England historical and genealogical register for April, 1902. 
Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1902. 

lip. 24i«». 

0S71.J7 1902 
3-4iS2 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 373 

Johnson — Continued . 

1791 Rev. Jacob Johnson of Wallingford, (Conn.) and Wilkes- 

Barre, (Pa.) by F. C. Johnson . . . [Wilkesbarre?] 1904. 

cover-title, 32 p. 25°™. 

5-468 

1792 Captain Edward Johnson of Woburn, Massachusetts and 

some of his descendants, by Edward Francis Johnson. Boston, 
Press of D. Clapp & son, 1905. 

1 p. 1., 53 p. 24J*"". 

W. R. Cutter and A. G. Loring "not only supplemented the facts gathered 
by my father and myself . . . but . . . also . . . prepared the manuscript for the 
printer." — Pref. 

"The greater part of the first twenty-nine pages of this genealogy waa pub- 
lished in 'The New-England historical and genealogical register,' for the 
months of January, April and July, 1905." — Pref. 

CS71.J7 1905 

8-2450 

1793 Jacob Johnson of Harpswell, Maine, and his descendants 

east and west, by Rev. Charles Nelson Sinnett. Concord, N. H., 
Rumford printing co., 1907. 

132 p. front., plates, ports. 23<"». 

CS71.J7 1007 

7-21383 

1793a Johnsonian gleanings, by Aleyn Lyell Reade. Part 1. 

Notes on Dr. Johnson's ancestors and connexions and illustra- 
tive of his early life . . . Priv. print, for the author. London, 
Francis & co., 1909. 

1 V. front., plates, ports. 22'^™. 

Each plate and portrait accompanied by leaf with descriptive letterpress. 
" Only 350 copies have been printed." 

9-30055 

See also Bowers. 

Newhall. 

Repalje. 

Roseboom. 

Salisbury. 

Sears. 

Sherrard. 

Thomas. 

1794 Johnston. 

Genealogical account of the family of Johnston of that ilk, 
formerly of Caskieben, in the shire of Aberdeen, and of its 
principal branches. By Alexander Johnston, junior . . . Edin- 
burgh, Printed by W. Burness, 1832. 

2 p. 1., ii p., 2 1., 40 p., 1 1., 15 p. 27<'"'. 

CS479.J7 

4-19466 



CS71.B7865 


1872 


CS71.N648 


1899 


CS69.H7 


CS71.B798 


1897 


CS71.S167 


1892 


CS71.S44 


1901 


CS71.S563 


1890 


CS71.T46 


1878 



874 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Johnston — Continued. 

1795 The Johnstons of Salisbury. With a brief supplement, 

concerning the Hancock, Strother and Preston families . . . 
Comp. by Wm. Preston Johnston. New Orleans, Press of L. 
Graham & son, ltd., 1897. 

1 p. 1., 216 p. lOi"-". 

CS71.J73 18G7 

»-11240t 

1796 A genealogical record of the descendants of Peter Johnston, 

who came to America from Lockerby, Scotland, in the year 1773, 
and settled in Wilton, N. Y. Also a short history of the clan of 
Johnston, of Annandale. Comp. and ed. by Charles Ernest 
Johnston. [Washington, D. C, Mitchell print, 1900] 

118 p. coat of arms. 24"™. 
One hundred copies printed. 

CS71.J73 1900 

1-2593 

1797 Recollections of a Georgia loyalist. By Elizabeth Lichten- 

stein Johnston, written in 1836; ed. by A. W. Eaton. New 
York and London, M. F. Mansfield & co., 1901. 

224 p. front., port. ISJ""'. 

E277.J72 

May 2, 1901-52 

1798 The heraldry of the Johnstons with notes on the different 

families, their arms and pedigrees by G. Harvey Johnston . . . 
Edinburgh and London, W. & A. K. Johnston, limited, 1905. 

viii, [9]-56 p. incl. geneal. tables, viii col. pi. 26^"™. 
Title in red and black. 

' ' 120 copies of this work have been printed, of which only 100 will be offered 
to the public." 

CR1669.J7 

6-20873 

1799 History of the Johnstones 1191-1909, with descriptions of 

border life, by C. L. Johnstone . . . Edinburgh [etc.] W. & A. K. 
Johnston, limited [1909] 

XV p., 2 1., 396 p. front., xvi pi. (incl. ports.) 2 maps, 8 fold, geneal. tab. 

26em 

Genealogical tables in pocket at end. 

160 copies printed, of which 150 are for sale. 



CS439.J7 



10-1773 



See also Irvin. CS71.I72 1908 

Patterson. CS71.P317 1902 

Tucker. CS71.T89 1901 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 375 

1800 JoUiffe. 

Historical, genealogical, and biographical account of the 
Jolliffe family of Virginia, 1652 to 1893. Also sketches of the 
Neill's, Janney's, Hollingsworth's, and other cognate families. 
Philadelphia, Printed by J. B. Lippincott company, 1893, 

245 p. incl. 4 pi. (coats of arms) front., plates, ports., facsims. 24J°". 

"One hundred and fifty copies printed." 

Preface signed : William Jolliffe. 

Contents. — The Jolliffe family. — Cognate families: Rigglesworth. Hol- 
lingsworth. Biles. Baker. Janney. O'Neill. Dragoo. Branham. Parry. 
Randolph. — John Jolliffe, by Elizabeth A. Jolliffe. — Elizabeth Jolliffe Sharp- 
less, by Elizabeth A. Jolliffe. 

CS71.J76 1893 

3-24613 

1801 Jones. 

Pedigree of Jones, Wern, parish of Penmorva, county of 
Carnarvon. [London, 1877] 
[3] p. coat of arms. 29''°'. 

Communicated by William Watkins Edward Wynne. 
Caption title. 

Also in Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, new series, vol. ii, p. 249-251. 

CS459.J7 

ft-19350t 

1802 Family record of the Jones family of Milford, Massachu- 
setts, and Providence, Rhode Island, with its connections and 
descendants, together with the ancestry and family of Lorania 
Carrington Jones, wife of George F. Jones. Collected, comp. 
and ed. by George Farquhar Jones. Philadelphia, 1884. 

2 p. 1., [7]-182 p. front., ports. 23J°™. 

CS71.J76 1884 

6-27444 

1803 The Jones family in Ireland. A chapter of hitherto un- 
written genealogical history, with a slight sketch of their time. 
By Robert Leech . . . Yonkers, N. Y., M. H. Clark, printer, 
1886. 

1 p. 1., iii, 81 p. 1 fold, geneal. tab. 15°'°. 

CS499.J7 

3-17994 

1804 The Johnes family of Southampton, L. I., 1629-1886. By 

Edward R. Johnes. New York, W. Lowey, printer, 1886. 

46 p. front., illus., 7 fold, geneal. tab. 22i'='». 

CS71.J76 1886 

4-24198 

1805 Captain Roger Jones, of London and Virginia. Some of 

his antecedents and descendants. With appreciative notice of 
other families, viz: Bathurst, Belfield, Browning, Carter, Cates- 
by, Cocke, Graham, Fauntleroy, Hickman, Haskins, Latane, 



376 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1805 Jones — Continued. 

Lewis, Meriwether, Skelton, Walker, Waring, Woodford, and 
others. Notes by Judge L. H. Jones . . . Albany, N. Y., J. 
Munsell's sons, 1891. 

295 p. col. front, (coat of arms) ports., fold, facsim. 23J*'™. 

Inserted is a type-written letter, signed L. H. Jones. 

CS71.J76 1891 

9-11238 . 

1806 Book of minutes of Col. John Jones of Dedham, Massachu- 
setts; with explanatory notes by his grandson, Amos Perry, of 
Providence, Rhode Island . . . Boston, G. E. Littlefield; Prov- 
idence, Preston & Rounds, 1894. 

42 p. incl. front., illus., port., facsim. 24"". 
With facsim. of original ms. t.-p. 

Contents. — Of the Danforths & some of their posterity to Jones' family and 
downwards. — Some remarkables of earth quakes, warrs, deaths, etc. etc. 

P74.N2J7 

2-22439 

1807 A genealogical history by Colonel Cadwallader Jones. 

Colvmbia, S. C, Printed by Ye Bryan printing company, 1900. 

vii, 73 p., 1 1. front., plates, ports., coats of arms. 21''™. 
Jones family of Virginia and the Carolinas. 
Edited by A. I. Robertson. 

CS71.J76 1900 
1-3605 

1808 1629-30 — 1902. History and genealogy of the ancestors 

and descendants of Captain Israel Jones who removed from 
Enfield to Barkhamsted, Conn, in the year 1759. Compiled for 
Hon. Asahel W. Jones by L. N. Parker. [Norwalk, O., Laning 
CO.] 1902. 

xvi, 303 p. front., illus., port. 23i«">. 



3-871« 



CS71.J76 1902 



1809 The Jones family of Long Island; descendants of Major 

Thomas Jones (1665-1726) and allied families, by John H. 
Jones . . . New York, T. A. Wright, 1907. 

435 p. front, (port.) illus., plates, maps, geneal. tables. 23'"™. 

CS71.J76 1907 

7-29105 

See also Alston. CS71.A46 I90l 

Barrett. F74.C8P8 

Blackman. CS71.B639 1894 

Sinclair. CS71.S615 1896 

Smith. C871.S643 1910 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 377 

1810 Jordan. 

The Jordan memorial. Family records of the Rev. Robert 
Jordan, and his descendants in America. Comp. by Tristram 
Frost Jordan. Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1882. 

vi p., 1 1., 488 p. front, (coat of arms) pi., ports., maps, facsims. 23^"". 

CS71.J82 1882 



9-11239 




Joscelyn. See Josselin. 




Josselin. See also Sage. 


CS71.S129 1008 


Stranahan. 


0871.8896 1868 


Josselyn. See Josselin. 





1811 Joy. 

Thomas Joy and his descendants in the lines of his sons 
Samuel of Boston, Joseph of Hingham, Ephraim of Berwick; a 
portfolio of family papers, compiled by James Richard Joy. 
New York, Printed for the family, 1900. 

225 p. incl. facsim., plan, front., illua., pi., port., facsim. 24"°. 

CS71.J88 1900 

2-9852 

1812 Juchereau Duchesnay. 

La f amille Juchereau Duchesnay, par Pierre-Georges Roy . . . 
L6vis, 1903. 

3 p. 1., xxiv, [9]-456 p. incl. illus., ports, pi. 23J''«». 
"Tir6 ^ 150 exemplaires." 

CS90.J8 

7-24303 

1813 Judd. 

Thomas Judd and his descendants. By Sylvester Judd . . . 
Northampton, Printed by J. & L. Metcalf, 1856. 

112 p. 23'°. 

CS71.J9 1866 

3-7924 

- — See also Hastings. CS71.H368 1899 

Junkin. See Junkins. 

1814 Junkins. 

Genealogical chart showing the descent from several lines and 
some interesting family connections of the Virginia families of 
Alexander, Anderson, Aylett, Bruce, Dandridge, Fontaine, 
Henry, Junkin, Moore, Poindexter, Spottswood, West &c., &c., 
comp. and printed for private distribution by Francis T. A. 
Junkin. (2d and rev. ed.) [n. p.] 1908. 

sheet. 77 x 77i«°. 

Replacing first ed. of same year, which was withdrawn on account of errors. 

CS71.J96 1908 

8-16527 

Jupp. See also Woodd. CS439.W7 



378 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1815 Kaine. 

A letter from Mrs, Thomas Morris, to her nephew the Hon. 
Judge John K. Kane, regarding the Kane and Kent famiUes . . . 
[New York, ^889] 

cover-title, 27 p. 23^'''° 

CS71.K13 1889 

9-11468 

See also Todd. CS71.T634 1867 



Kane. See Kaine. 

1815a Kase. 

Reminiscences of the Kase family. [Flemington? 18-?] 

1 1. front. 25«"». 

Caption title. 

Signed Elias Vosseller. 

CS71.K19 18- 

3-4825 

Kassel. See Cassel. 

1816 Kathan. 

. . . History of Captain John Kathan, the first settler of 
Dummerston, Vt. and his associates and family descendants, 
and the Moores, the Frosts, the Willards, allied by marriage to 
the Kathans. Also a partial account of William French and 
Daniel Houghton, the first martyrs of the revolution ; by David 
L. Mansfield . . . Brattleboro, E. L. Hildreth & co., 1902. 

xii, ]47 p. front., port., plates, fold. map. 23^" 



Lem 

CS71.K191 1902 



3-26849 



1817 Kaufman. 

Autumn leaves from family trees : historical, biographical and 
genealogical materials relating to the Cauffman, Chidsey, 
Churchman, Foster, Montgomery, Rodenbough, Shewell and 
affiliated families. Gathered and pressed, for whom it may 
concern, by a kinsman, Theo. Francis Rodenbough . . . New 
York [Clark & Zugalla, 1892] 

304 p. front., illus., plates, ports., fold, geneal. tables. 23^*"". 

Added t.-p., engr. 

"One hundred and fifty copies printed." 

CS71.K21 1892 
9-13219t 

Kaup. See also Borneman. CS71.B736 1881 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 379 

1818 Kavanagh. 

The genealogical table cf the clan Kavanagh. (In Royal 
society of antiquaries of Ireland, Dublin. Journal. Dublin, 
1874. 30<"°. 4th ser., V. 2.) DAG00.R88 4th ser., voL 2 

See also Miller. CS71.M65 1907 

Kean. See Keen. 

Kearney. See also Alston. CS71.A46 1901 

Keble. See also Holbrow. CS439.H6 

Keeler. See also Rockwell. CS71.R683 1903 

Keeling. See also Fletcher. CS439.F63 

1819 Keen. 

The descendants of Joran Kyn, the founder of Upland. By 
Gregory B. Keen. (In Pennsylvania magazine of history and 
and biography. Philadelphia, 1878-1883. 25*"". v. 2-7. 
[242] p.) P146.P65 vol. 2-7 

See also Fletcher. CS439.F53 

1820 Keep. 

John Keep of Longmeadow, Massachusetts, 1660-1676, and 
his descendants; comp. by Frank E. Best. In which is incor- 
porated an unpublished Keep genealogy ... by W. J. Keep . . . 
a record of ancestry by Helen E. Keep; and the extended 
ancestry of Sallie Keep Best. Chicago, F. E. Best, 1899. 

263 p. front., pi., port., tab. 23'"°. 

CS71.K26 1899 

July 27, 9&-13 

1821 Keim. 

An account of the Keim family. By Henry May Keim. 
Reading, Pa., Print, priv. [Press of B. F. Owen] 1874. 

26 p. front, (port.) 23^<"^. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

One hundred copies, no. 49. 

CS71.K27 1874 

9-11466t 

1822 The Keim and allied families in America and Europe . . . 

a monthly serial of history, biography, genealogy and folklore, 
illustrating the causes, circumstances and consequences of the 
German, French and Swiss emigrations to America during 
the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. DeB. Randolph Keim, ed. 
... V. 1-2 (no. 1-23) Dec. 1898-Oct. 1900. Harrisburg, 
1899-1900. 

2 V. illus., plates, ports., facsims. 25"™. 

Paged continuously. 

Published by the editor for subscribers only. 

No more published. 

CS71.K27 1899 

7-3953 



380 LIBRABY OF CONGRESS 

1823 Keith. 

Memoir of Royal Keith, together with the annals of the 
Keith family of Scotland, and the writings of Charles Edward 
Keith. Boston, C. E. Keith & co., 1873. 

24 p. 24^"'°. [WiththeWoTkBoiC. E.Keith... Centennial ed. Boston, 
1876] 

9-25106t 

1824 A genealogy of the desendants of Benjamin Keith through 

Timothy, son of Rev. James Keith, together with an his- 
torical sketch of the early family and personal reminiscences 
of recent generations. By Ziba C. Keith. Brockton, G. A. 
Goodall, printer, 1889. 

Ill, [3] p. plates, ports., map. 27^"™. 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS71.K28 1889 

&-11465t 

See also Byrd. E169.G60 



1825 KeUey. 

A genealogical account of the descendants of John Kelly of 
Newbury, Massachusetts ... by Giles M. Kelly. [Albany, J. 
Munsell's sons] 1886. 

178 p. pi., ports. 21^"™. 

CS71.K29 1886 

1-1848 

1826 History of James and Catherine Kelly and their descend- 
ants. Written by Richard T. Kelly (great-grandson of James 
Kelly) Springfield, Ohio. Ed. by Clifton M. Nichols. Pub. 
by Oliver S. Kelly (grandson of James Kelly) . . . [Springfield, 
O.] Printed by The Springfield publishing co., 1900. 

114 p. illus., plates (ports.) 23^"'^. 

CS71.K29 1900 

1-3008 

1827 A genealogy of the Kelly family, by Thomas McAdory 

Owen. Carrollton, Ala., West Alabamian print, 1900. 

7 p. 24^"". 

CS71.K29 1900a 

2-14242 

Kellie, Earls of. See Mar. 

1828 Kellogg. 

Family meeting of the descendants of Charles Kellogg, of 
Kelloggsville, N. Y., with some genealogical items of the 
Kellogg family. Reprinted from the New England historical 
and genealogical register for July, 1858. Boston, H. W. But- 
ton and son, printers, 1858. 

cover-title, 8 p. 23'='". 

"Family meeting ..." signed: D. K. L.; "Genealogical items ..." by D. 

O. Kellogg. 

CS71.E:291 1868 

9-15609 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 381 

Kellogg — Continued . 

1829 Notes on some of the descendants of Joseph Kellogg of 

Hadley . . . [London, Printed by T. Moring] 1898. 

26 p., 1 1. fold, geneal. tab. 24^'"°. 
Comp. by Justin Perkina Kellogg. 
For private circulation only. 

CS71.E291 1898 

3-468 

1830 The Kelloggs in the Old world and the New; by Timothy 

Hopkins . . . San Francisco, Sunset press and photo engraving 
CO., 1903. 

3 V. plates, maps, facaima. 27^"". 
Paging irregular. 
Vol. 3: Index. 

CS71.K291 1903 

3-17744 

Kelly. See Kelley. 

1831 Kelton. 

Kelton family items. By Dwight H. Kelton . . . [Montpe- 
lier? 1895?] 

caption title, 14 p. 23^'"". 
One hundred copies printed. 

CS71.K3 1896 

1-1850 

Kemble. See Kimball. 

1832 Kemp. 

The Kempes of Suffolk. Extracted from "The visitation of 
Suffolke." Ed. by Joseph Jackson Howard . . . Lowestoft, 
Printed by S. Tymms, 1867. 

10 p., 1 1. coat of arms. 27i«". 

By William Harvey. 

CS439.E44 

9-16892 

1833 A general history of the Kemp and Kempe families of 

Great Britain and her colonies, with arms, pedigrees, portraits, 
illustrations of seats, foundations, chantries, monuments, doc- 
uments, old jewels, curios, etc.; by Fred. Hitchin-Kemp, 
assisted by Daniel Wm. Kemp . . . and John Tabor Kemp . . . 
and with illustrations by Miss Lucy E. Kemp- Welch and others. 
London, The Leadenhall press; New York, C. Scribner's sons 
[1902] 

6 pta. in 1 v. front., illus. (incl. facsims.) porta., fold, geneal. tables. 22>\'"^. 

CS439.K4 

3-17494 

See also Dobyns. CS71.D636 1908 

Gamble. CS71.G191 1906 

Zimmerman. CS71.Z73 19- 

Kempe. See Kemp. 



382 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1834 Kemper. 

Genealogy of the Kemper family in the United States, 
descendants of John Kemper of Virginia ; with a short historical 
sketch of his family and of the German reformed colony at 
Germanna and Germantown, Va. Comp. and ed. by Willis 
Miller Kemper and Harry Linn Wright. Chicago, G. K. Hazlitt 
& CO., printers, 1899. 

248, xix p. 26^"=". 

CS71.K321 1899 

May 24, 1900-67 

Ken. See also Walton. SH433.A 1876 

1835 Kendall. 

Memorial of Josiah Kendall, one of the first settlers of 
Sterling, Mass., and of some of his ancestors, and of his descend- 
ants. By Oliver Kendall. Providence [R. I.] Printed by the 
author, 1884. 

1 p. 1., xvi, [2], 135 p. front., illus., plates. 25^'"". 

One hundred and twenty copies printed. 

CS71.K33 1884 

9-11464t 

See also Gamble. CS71.G191 1906 

Washington. CS69.W6 

1836 Kenderdine. 

Kenderdine family. Paper read by Thaddeus Kenderdine, 
of Newtown ... [at the May meeting of the Bucks County his- 
torical society, 1902] [n. p., 1902 ?] 

[4] p. 27""". 

Caption title. 

CS71.K331 1902 

9-15622 

Kendrick. See also Dinkins. CS71.D585 1908 

1837 Kennan. 

Genealogy of the Kennan family, by Thomas Lathrop Ken- 
nan . . . Milwaukee, Cannon printing co., 1907. 
121, [12] p. incl. front, plates, ports. 23i=". 

CS71.K34 1907 

8-23725 

1838 Kennett. 

Kennett pedigree. [London, 1877] 

[2] p. pi. 26^"=". 
Communicated by Francis Bayley. 

Reprinted from Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, n. s., v. 2, p. 287-288. 

CS439.K6 

9-18135t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 383 

1839 Kenney. 

Pedigree of the family of Kenney of Kilclogher, (or Kenne- 
Court,) CO. Gal way. [AndClogher house, co. Mayo] Extracted 
from Sir Bernard Burke's ''Dictionary of the landed gentry of 
Great Britain and Ireland." With additions of some notes, by 
J. C. Fitzgerald Kenney . . . Dublin [Printed by M. Davis, 1868] 

1 p. 1., 5 (t. e. 7) p. front, (coat of arms) 25°™. 

2 pages of "additional notes" containing data to 1870 inserted after p. 4. 

CS499.K5 

^11823 

1840 Kent. 

Genealogies of the different families bearing the name of 
Kent in the United States together with their possible English 
ancestry a. d. 1295-1898. By L. Vernon Briggs . . . Boston, 
Rockwell & Churchill press, 1898. 

vii, 339 p. front, (coats of arms) plates, ports. 24°". 

CS71.K37 1898 

9-15624 

1841 History and genealogy of the Kent family. Decendants[!] 

of Richard Kent, sen. who came to America in 1633. By E. I. 
Dale and Edward E. Kent. [Spencer, Mass., E. E. Dickerman, 

1899] 

143 p., 2 1. ports., plan. 24<"". 

CS71.K37 1899 

1-18210 

See also Tenney. CS71.T299 1876 



Ker. See Kerr. 

Kercheval. See also Pound. CS71.P876 1904 

Kern. See also Gift. CS71.G469 1909 

1842 Kerr. 

Kerr of Abbotrule. [London, 1877] 
1 1. 28i'="'. 

Reprinted from "Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, " 1877, n. s. v. 2, 
p. 382. 

CS479.K6 

&-25109t 

See also Bogardus. CS71.B674 1900 



Kerwin. See also Lawson. CS71.L426 1903 

Kester. See also Pound. CS71.P876 1904 



384 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1843 Ketelhuyn. 

The Swartwout chronicles 1338-1899, and the Ketelhuyn 
chronicles 1451-1899. By Arthur James Weise. New York, 
Trow directory printing and book-binding co., 1899. 

X, 754 p. col. front., plates (partly fold.) ports., maps (partly fold.) facsims., 
col. coat of arms. 28°™. 

CS71.S974 1899 

Mar. 1, 1900-194 

1844 Keyes. 

Genealogy. Robert Keyes of Watertown, Mass., 1633. 
Solomon Keyes of Newbury and Chelmsford, Mass., 1653. 
And their descendants: also, others of the name, by Asa 
Keyes. Brattleboro, G. E. Selleck, 1880. 

iv p., 2 1., 319 p. front, (port.) coat of arms. 23"™. 

CS71.K44 1880 

3-5662 

1845 Genealogy. Solomon Keyes of Newbury and Chelmsford, 

Mass., and his descendants, 1653-1880. By Asa Keyes. Brat- 
tleboro, G. E. Selleck, printer, 1880. 

2 p. 1., 180 p. front, (port.) pi. 23^°°*. 

"Forme second part of the 'Genealogy of the Keyes family. '" 

CS71.S:44 1880a 

2-26727 

1846 Genealogy of C. W. Keyes . . . [Des Moines, 1875] 

10 p. 20"™. 

CS71.K44 1902 

3-678 

See also Swain. CS71.S97 1896 

Keylor. See also Macginnis. CS71.M145 1891 

1847 Keyser. 

, . . The Keyser family; descendants of Dirck Keyser of 
Amsterdam. Comp. by Charles S. Keyser. Philadelphia [Press 
of W. F. Fell & CO.] 1889. 
1 p. 1., 161 p. illus., pi., port., facsim. 28<'»». 
The Genealogy has special t.-p. 

CS71.K442 1889 
2-8717 

1848 Kidder. 

A history of the Kidder family from a. d. 1320 to 1676, includ- 
ing the biography of our emigrant ancestor, James Kidder, also 
a genealogy of his descendants through his son, John Kidder, 
who settled in Chelmsford, Mass., about 1681. Allston, Mass., 
F. E. Kidder, 1886. 

iv, 175 p. front., plates, ports., facsims., coats of arms. 24"™. 

Comp. by Frank Eugene Kidder. 

CS71.K462 1886 

»-11463t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 385 

1849 Kilborn. 

Kilbourn historical and genealogical society. Proceedings. 
1854. [New Haven ? 1854] 
16 p. 23^='". 
Caption title. 

CS71.K48 1864 

9-15048t 

1850 The history and antiquities of the name and family of 

Kilbourn (in its varied orthography) by Payne Kenyon Kil- 
bourne . . . New Haven, Durrie & Peck, 1856. 

444, [8] p. front., illus., plates, ports., geneal. tab., coats of arms. 23^0". 

CS71.K48 1856 

9-U462t 

Eildare, Earls of. See Fitzgerald. 

1851 Kilham. 

The early Kilhams. By William Stowell Mills ... (Jn New 

England historical and genealogical register. Boston, 1902. 

24<"». V. 56, p. 344-346) 

F1.N661 vol.50 

2-8370 

1852 Kilmer. 

History of the Kilmer family in America. Comp. and ed. by 

Rev. C. H. Kilmer. With original chart. Pub. by the author. 

Elmira, N. Y., Advertiser association, printers, 1897. 

214 p. port8.,'fold. geneal. tab. 25 x 20''°». 

CS71.K485 1807 

9-17834 

1853 Eilner. 

The descendants of James & Ann Kilner, formerly of Man- 
sergh, Westmoreland. [London, 1862] 

14 p. 24^"". 

Preface signed: James Eilner. 

0S439.E6 

8-29438 

1854 Kimball. 

The Joseph Kimball family: a genealogical memoir of the 
ascendants and descendants of Joseph Kimball, of Canterbury, 
N. H. Ten generations: 1634-1885. Comp. by John Kim- 
ball . . . Concord, N. H., Printed by the Republican press asso- 
ciation, 1885. 

1 p. 1., 103 p. front, (coat of arms) ports. 24''"». 

CS71.E49 1885 

9-11461 

35819°— 10 25 



386 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Kimball — Continued . 

1855 The Kembles of New York and New Jersey. (Reprint of 

the "Prefatory note" to the second volume of the ''Kemble 
papers" in the "Collections" of the New York historical society 
for 1883 and 1884, printed in 1889). [New York, Printed for 
the Society, 1889 ?] 

cover-title, vii-xxiii p. front, (port.) 25'''°. 
Signed: Edward F. De Lancey. 

CS71.K49 1889 

9-11460t 

1856 History of the Kimball family in America, from 1634 to 

1897, and of its ancestors the Kemballs or Kemboldes of Eng- 
land, with an account of the Kembles of Boston, Massachusetts. 
By Leonard Allison Morrison . . . and Stephen Paschall Shar- 
pies . . . Boston, Damrell & Upham, 1897. 

2 V. illus., plates, ports., coat of arms. 23'=™. 
Paged continuously. 

CS71.K49 1897 

»-ll459t 

1867 The Kimball family news; being supplemental to Kim- 
ball family history, v. 1-5, v. 6, no. 1-2; Jan. 1898-Feb. 1903. 
Topeka, Kan., G. F. Kimball, 1898-1903. 

6 V. in 3. illus., plates, ports. 23''™. monthly. 

Cover- title. 

No more published. 

CS71.K49 1898 

5-7996 

1868 The Kimball family news, being supplementary to the 

History of the Kimball family in America. Consisting of the 
regular monthly parts for the years 1898 and 1899. With addi- 
tional illustrations. Topeka, Kan., G. F. Kimball, 1900. 

2 V. in 1. illus., ports. 22"™. 
Paged continuously. 

CS71.K49 1900 

5-6647 

1869 Kimball-Weston memorial. The American ancestry and 

descendants of Alonzo and Sarah (Weston) Kimball of Green 
Bay, Wisconsin, comp. by William Herbert Hobbs. Madison, 
Wis., Priv. print., 1902. 

103, [6] p. 1 pi., 3 ports, (incl. front.) 1 fold, geneal. tab. 25''™. 
"The descendants of Alonzo and Sarah Weston Kimball. (Compiled by 
Mary Cornelia Kimball Walker.)": p. [90]-92. 

CS71.E49 1902 

3-17719 

See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 

Eaton. CS71.E14 1890 

White. CS71.W585 1900 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 387 

1860 Eimber. 

The descendants of Richard Kimber. A genealogical history 
of the descendants of Richard Kimber, of Grove, near Wantage, 
Berkshire, England. — Comp. by Sidney A. Kimber. — Contain- 
ing the families in the United States from the settlements in 
Pennsylvania and New York, the families in England, and the 
descendants in Australia. Boston, S, A. Kimber, 1894. 

3 p. 1., 9-76, [6] p. front, (coat of arms) plates, facsim. 25""". 

CS71.K491 1894 

fr-n442t 

1861 Kimberly. 

Thomas Kimberly, New Haven, Conn. 1638. [New Haven, 
The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor press, 1896] 

cover-title, fold, geneal. tab. (30^ x 60<^".) 21'°'. 

"This record to the sixth generation was prepared by Hon. Dennis Kim- 
berly . . . The record of Gilead and Mary (Brocket) Kimberly was prepared by 
Martha Kimberly, wife of Augustus Lines ..." 

CS71.K492 1896 

2-25216 

See also Prindle. 0S71.P967 1906 



1862 King. 

[Descendants of Ruth Hyde and Thomas King] 
Detached from the Hyde genealogy. By Reuben H. Walworth. Albany, 
1864. 2r^. V. 1, p. 285-286. 

CS71.K63 1864 

4-26642t 

1863 Genealogy of the families of Kings, who lived in Raynham, 

from 1680, to the present, 1865. By E. Sanford, a. m. . . . 
Taunton, C. A. Hack & son, printers, 1866. 

28 p. 22"™. 

CS71.K53 1866 

9-15603 

1864 Children of William and Dorothy King of Salem. By 

Henry F. Waters. <From the Historical collections of the 
Essex institute, vol. xvi, p. 144 > Salem, Printed at the Salem 
press, 1880. 

8 p. 24i<'™. 

CS71.K53 1880 

4-25648t 

1865 . . . King family of New York. By Wm. H. Smith. (In 

The Maine historical and genealogical recorder. Portland, 1884. 

23«"». V. 1, p. 182-186) 

F16.M18 vol. 1 

1865a Detached copy. 

CS71.K63 1884 

4-25645t 



388 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

King — Continued. 

1866 . . . David King, of Saco, and some of his descendants. 

Comp. by S. M. Watson. (In The Maine historical and genealog- 
ical recorder. Portland, 1886. 23«'". v. 3, p. 118-125) 

F16.M18 vol.3 

1866a Detached copy. 

Contains portrait of James G. King, taken from the Maine historical and 
genealogical recorder, v. 1. 

CS71.K63 1886 

4-25643t 

1867 Pedigree of King, of Salem, Essex County, Mass., 1595- 

1887. Five lines of descent traced by Rufus King . . . [New 
York, 1888] 

geneal. tab. 56 x 71^""° fold, to 25^"°'. 
"One hundred copies printed, no. 24." 

CS71.E63 1888 

9-12292t 

1868 Pedigree of King, of Lynn, Essex County, Mass. 1602- 

1891. Five lines of descent traced by Rufus King . . . [New 
York, 1891] 

geneal. tab. 56 x Tl""* fold, to 22J°"». 

CS71.E63 1801 

9-12320t 

1869 The King family of Suffield, Conn. By Edmund Janes 

Cleveland. Boston, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1892. 

7 p. 24i<"". 
Edition, 100 copies. 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for October, 1902, 

CS71.K53 1892 

9-10189t 

1870 The King genealogy, and its branches, Moultons, Sedg- 

wicks and Shaws, and their descendants, bearing other names. 
A record of the descendants of William King, of Monson, Mass., 
1770, both male and female lines being carried out complete to 
1897. Also, a complete record of the ancestry of William King, 
and of his wife Hannah Lamphear King, from the sixteenth 
century . . . By Harvey B. King. Hartford, Conn. [Plimpton 
mfg. CO. print.] 1897. 

142 p. front., ports., plates, map, tab. 23^''"'. 

Appendix, p. 114-118, contains early records of many other King families, 
the early settlers of New England. 

CS71.K63 1807 

9-10190t 

1871 The genealogy of the New York branch of the King family 

of Suffield, Connecticut, beginning with William King of 
Ugborough, Devonshire, England, the father of James King, 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 389 

1871 King — Continued. 

the founder of the Suffield family, and extending to and includ- 
ing the descendants ... of Roger King who removed from 
Suffield to Troy, N. Y., in the year 1795; to which is added an 
appendix containing historical information concerning the 
family, and also genealogies of some of the maternal ancestors. 
Comp. by Harvey James King. Troy, N. Y. [Saratoga Springs, 
N. Y., Prmted by E. P. Howe & son] 1897. 
1 p. 1., 56 p. incl. front, (facsim.) 32i«"'. 
"A limited edition of fifty copies, of which this is no. 16." 
"Addenda, relative to the Devotion family": p. [51]-56. 

CS71.K03 1897a 

4-29748 

1872 King genealogy. Clement King of Marshfield, Mass., 1668, 

and his descendants. Comp. by George Austin Morrison, jr. ... 
Albany, J. Munsell's sons, 1898. 

65 p. 29'=». 
Limited edition. 

CS71.K63 1808 

&-15594 

1873 The King family, by W. W. Spooner. {In American his- 
torical magazine. New York, 1907. 24^°'*'. v. 2, no. 4, 
p. 261-273. port.) 



1874 Detached copy. 

CA 9-3906 



E171.A63 VOL 2 
CS71.K63 1007 



See also Backhouse. CS439.B18 

Foster. CS71.P766 I88O 

Griffin. F120.S74G8 

Habersham. CS71.H114 1001 

Van Rensselaer. CS69.S7 

1876 Eingdon. 

Arms and pedigree of Kingdon-Gould, of New York and 
Georgian court, Lakewood, New Jersey, showing descent from 
John Kingdon of Coleridge, county Devon, England, esquire 
(1596), a cadet of the house of Kyngdon of Trehunsey, Que- 
thiock, county Cornwall (12th century) Compiled with proofs 
and references to authorities from the results of researches made 
by the Genealogical department of the Grafton press and published 
in the year 1906. New York, The Grafton press, 1906. 

25 p. col. pi. (coat of arms) 30*"». 

"Authorities": p. [19J-25. 

CS71.K64 1006 

&-42439 

Elngxnan. See also Isbell. CS71.I76 I88O 



390 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1876 Kingsbury. 

Henry Kingsbury and his descendants. <By John Ward 
Dean of Boston. > [Boston, 1859 ?] 
4 p. 25''™. 
Caption title. 
Reprinted from New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for April, 1859. 

CS71.K551 1859 

5-14279 

1877 ... A pendulous edition of Kingsbury genealogy, gathered 

by Rev. Addison Kingsbury . . . Comp. by Joseph Addison 
Kingsbury . . . Pittsburgh, Murdoch-Kerr press, 1901. 

3p. 1., xlviiip., 11., 5-258p. front., illiis., pi., port. 27i«'". 
No. 63 of a limited ed. of 100 copies. 

CS71.K551 1001 

1-27662 

1878 A genealogical record comprising the early English ancestor 

to America, and the line of descent to Nathaniel Kingsbury of 
Keene, N. H., and the descendants of three daughters, viz.: 
Abigail Kingsbury White, Hannah Kingsbury Clark, Chloe 
Kingsbury Sumner. Comp. by Frank Burnside Kingsbury. 
Keene, N. H., Darling & company, 1904. 

3 p. 1., [ll]-63 p. front., ports. 20^'"°. 

CS71.K551 1004 

4-22355 

1879 The Kingsbury directory (upward of 1600 names) Comp. 

by the historian of the association of Kingsbury and kindred. 

Northampton, Mass., Printed for the Bureau of Kingsbury 

ancestry by the Kingsbury box & printing co., 1904. 

31 p. 24i<"». 

CS71.K551 ie04a 

9-29650 

1880 The genealogy of the descendants of Henry Kingsbury, of 

Ipswich and Haverhill, Mass.; from collections made by Fred- 
erick John Kingsbury, ll. d., ed. with extensive additions by 
Mary Kingsbury Talcott. [Hartford, Conn.] Hartford press: 
The Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 1905. 

732 p. front., illus., plates, ports., maps (1 fold.) fold geneal. tab., facsims. 
24"™. 
"Three hundred copies printed." This copy not numbered. 

CS71.K551 1905 

5-35770 

See also Benton. CS71.B48 looi 

Corliss. CS71.C8 1876 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 391 

1881 Kingsley. 

Kingsley geneology [!] with a brief history of Joseph Kingsley 
and family, with records and sketches of his ancestry and 
descendants; by Leroy Brown . . . [St. Paul? 1907] 

40 p. illus. (port.) l?"". 

CS71.K:663 1007 

7-21167 

See also Ruggles. CS71.R932 1001 



Kinne. See Kinney. 

1882 Kinney. 

History and genealogy of a branch of the family of Kinne. 
By Emerson Kinne. Syracuse, N. Y., Masters & Stone, printers, 
1881. 

96 p. 22'-"'. 

Descendants of Cyrus Kinne of Onondaga Co., N. Y. 

CS71.K667 1881 

1-1870 

1883 Some Virginia families; being genealogies of the Kinney, 

Stribling, Trout, Mcllhany, Milton, Rogers, Tate, Snickers, 
Taylor, McCormick and other families of Virginia, by Hugh 
Milton Mcllhany, jr. Staunton, Va., Stoneburner & Prufer, 
printers, 1903, 

3 p. 1., 274 numb. 1. 23 port. (incl. front.) 24"". 
Printed on one side of leaf only. 

F225.M16 

3 -22491 

1884 Kinsman. 

The Kinsman family. Genealogical record of the descendants 
of Robert Kinsman, of Ipswich, Mass. from 1634 to 1875. Comp. 
for Frederick Kinsman by Lucy W. Stickney. Boston, Printed 
by A. Mudge & son, 1876. 

vi, 258 p. front (coat of arms) port., fold, geneal. tab. 23^"°. 

Portrait mounted on verso of frontispiece. 

English record and "Pedigree" comp. by Mrs. Harriet A. De Sails. 

CS71.K66 1876 

9-11458 

See also Brown. P74.I6I8 vol. 16 



1885 Kip. 

Historical notes of the family of Kip of Kipsburg and Kip's 
Bay, New York. [Albany] Priv. print. [J. Munsell] 1871. 

49 p. 22^''". 

By William Ingraham Kip. 

CS71.K67 1871 
9-11443 



392 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Kip — Continued . 

1886 Contributions to the history of the Kip family of New 

York and New Jersey. By Edwin K. Purple . . . New York,' 
Priv. print., 1877. 

24 p. front, (port.) 271"™. 

Reprinted with additions from "Contributions to the history of the ancient 
families in New York." 

' ' Edition 75 copies, no. 46. ' ' 

CS71.K57 1877 

9-11457 

1887 Abstract of title of Kip's Bay farm in the city of New 

York, with all known maps relating thereto . . . Also, the early 
history of the Kip family and the genealogy as refers to the 
title. By John J. Post . . . New York, S. V. Constant, 1894. 

2 p. 1., X, 2056 p. front., fold. maps. 26^'="'. 

CS71.K67 1894 

9-11465t 

See also Repalje. CS69.H7 

Washington. CS69.W5 

1888 Kirby. 

The Kirbys of New England; a history of the descendants of 
John Kirby of Middletown, Conn, and of Joseph Kirby of 
Hartford, Conn., and of Richard Kirby of Sandwich, Mass. 
together with genealogies of the Burgis, White and Maclaren 
families, and the ancestry of John Drake, of Windsor, Conn. 
By Melatiah Everett Dwight. New York, The Trow print, 
1898. 

4 p. 1., 451 p. front, (coat of arms) plates, ports. 25=". 

No. 151 of an edition of 185 copies. 

Portrait facing p. 148 wanting. 

CS71.K68 1898 

9-11464t 

1889 Eirk. 

Historic-genealogy of the Kirk family, as established by Roger 
Kirk, who settled in Nottingham, Chester County, province of 
Pennsylvania, about the year 1714 ... By Charles H. Stubbs, 
M. D. . . . Lancaster, Pa., Wylie & Griest, 1872. 

XXXV, [1] p., 2 1., 252 p. 19i«"'. 

CS71.K69 1872 

2-4013 

Eirkland. See also Bates. CS439.B36 

1890 Kirkpatrick. 

The Kirkpatrick memorial; or, Biographical sketches of father 
and son, and a selection from the sermons of the Rev. Jacob 
Kirkpatrick, jr., the sketches by the Rev. George Hale, d. d. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 393 

1890 Kirkpa trick — Continued. 

Ed. by the Rev. Wm. M. Blackburn. Philadelphia, Westcott 
& Thomson, 1867. 

312 p. 2 port. (incl. front.) 20^™. 
"The Kirkpatrick family": p. 13-32. 

3-31337 

Kirtland. See also Southworth. CS71.S728 1903 

1891 Kissam. 

The Kissam family in America from 1644 to 1825. By 
Edward Kissam. New York, Dempsey & Carroll's art press, 
1892. 

94 p. front, (coat of arms) 18 J"™. 

CS71.E615 1802 

9-11452t 

1892 Knaggs. 

History of the Knaggs family of Ohio and Michigan. His- 
torical, biographical and genealogical. Ed. by Robert B. Ross. 
Detroit, C. M. Burton, 1902. 

56 p. illus. (incl. porta., map) 31''°. 

In triple columns. 

CS71.K67 1902 

3-14580 

1893 Kneeland. 

Seven centuries in the Kneeland family. By Stillman Foster 
Kneeland . . . New York, The author, 1897. 
683 p. front., plates, ports., coats of arms. 23*=™. 

CS71.E:68 1897 

9-11450t 

Knight. See also "Robinson. CS71.B66 1894 

1894 Knowlton. 

The history and genealogy of the Knowltons of England and 
America. By the Rev. Charles Henry Wright Stocking . . . 
New York, The Knickerbocker press, 1897. 

xi, 1 1., 597 p. front., plates, ports., facsim., coat of arms. 24^"™. 

CS71.K73 1897 

»-11449t 

1896 Errata and addenda to Dr. Stocking's History and gene- 
alogy of the Knowltons of England and America, together with 
a complete index to both books and a supplement with copies 
of old mils, administration records, etc. With the approval of 
Rev. Charles Henry Wright Stocking, d. d., comp. for the 
Knowlton association of America, by George Henry EjiowI- 
ton . . . Boston, The Everett press company, 1903. 

3 p. 1., 234 p. ports. 24i<=°. 

CS71.K73 1903 

6-14809 

See also Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 



394 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1896 Knox. 

Genealogical memoirs of John Knox and of the family of 
Knox, by the Rev. Charles Rogers . . . London, The Grampian 
club, 1879. 

iv, 5-184 p. front, (port.) 23^''™. 

CS479.K6 

2-5219 

1897 Thomas (Nock) Knox, of Dover, N. H., in 1652, and some 

of his descendants. Comp, by W. B. Lapham . . . Augusta 
[Me.] Press of the Maine farmer, 1890. 

34 p. 24'-™. 
Privately printed. 

CS71.K74 1890 

9-11448t 

Knoyle. See also Maunsell. CS439.M37 

1898 Koiner. 

A historical sketch of Michael Keinadt and Margaret Diller, 
his wife. The history and genealogy of their numerous posterity 
in the American states, up to the year 1893. Prepared by a 
committee appointed for that purpose by the "Michael Koiner 
memorial association" . . . Staunton, Va., Stoneburner & 
Prufer, 1893. 

V, [1], 171 p. front. 22<'"». 

CS71.E:8 1893 

2-24814 

Kolb. See Kulp. 

1899 Kollock. 

Genealogy of the Kollock family of Sussex County, Delaware, 
1657-1897; by Edwin Jaquett Sellers. Philadelphia [Press of 
J. B. Lippincott co.] 1897. 

1 p. 1., 72 p. 25^"'". 

Edition limited to two hundred copies, of which this is no. 5. 

CS71.K81 1897 

9-11447t 

Kool. See Cole. 

1900 Kratz. 

A brief history of John Valentine Kratz, and a complete gen- 
ealogical family register, with biographies of his descendants 
from the earliest available records to the present time . . . By 
Rev. A. J. Fretz . . . With an introduction by R. W. Kratz . . . 
Elkhart, Ind., Mennonite pub. co., 1892. 

ix, [10]-314 p., 1 1. front., plates, ports. 20^'^°'. 

CS71.K9 1892 

9-11446t 

Krauss. See also Flagg. CS71.F674 1903 

Kuhn. See also Morris. CS71.M878 1906 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 



395 



1901 Kulp. 

A genealogical history of the Kolb, Kulp or Gulp family, and 
its branches in America, with biographical sketches of their 
descendants, from the earliest available records from 1707 to 
the present time, including Dielman Kolb in Germany . . . By 
Daniel Kolb Cassel . . . Norristown, Pa., M. R. Wills, 1895. 

584 p. front., ports. 24<""». 



CS71.E965 1895 

CS71.J13 1890 
CS71.C562 1893 



9-11444t 

Kunders. See Conrad. 

Kyle. See also Jackson. 

Labbadie. See also Chouteau. 

Lacey. See Lacy. 

1902 Lacy. 

A genealogy of the Lacey family, by Thomas McAdory Owen. 
Carrollton, Ala., West Alabamian print, 1900. 
1 p. 1., 4 p. 24^^=°. 



CS71.L151 1900 



2-13777 



1903 Ladd. 

The Ladd family. A genealogical and biographical memoir 
of the descendants of Daniel Ladd, of Haverhill, Mass., Joseph 
Ladd, of Portsmouth, R. I., John Ladd, of Burlington, N. J., 
John Ladd, of Charles City Co., Va. Comp. by Warren 
Ladd . . • New Bedford, Mass., Printed for the author by 
E. Anthony & sons, 1890. 

1 p. 1., xii, 413 p. front, (port.) 23^°'". 



9-n923t 



See also Corliss. 
Howell. 
Ruggles. 



CS71.L164 1890 

CS71.C8 1876 

CS71.H858 1897 

CS71.I1932 1896 



1904 Lake. 

Descendants of Thomas Lake of Stratford, Connecticut. By 
David Minor Lake . . . Albert Edward Lake, and Arthur Craw- 
ford Lake . . . Chicago [Fergus printing company] 1908. 

16 p. 24i«">. 

CS71.L19 1908 

10-6530 

1905 Lakin. 

Lakin family. By Hon. Samuel A. Green . . . PBoston, 1894] 

3 p. 24i """. 
Caption title. 

"Reprinted from the New England historical and genealogical register for 
Oct., 1894": V. 48, p. 444-446. 

CS71.L192 1894 

S-16106 



396 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

1906 Lamb. 

Family records. Lamb, Savory, Harriman. Collected and 
comp. by F. W. Lamb, a descendant, [n. p.] A. Caldwell, 1900. 

24 p. 23"™. 

CS71.L218 1900 

1-1941 

1907 Genealogical sketch of the Lamb family; comp. by Fred 

W. Lamb (a descendant) 2d ed. rev. and enl. . . . Manchester, 
N. H., Printed by the J. B. Clarke company, 1903. 

7 p. front, (port.) 24i "«. 

CS71.L218 1903 

4-24193 

1908 Genealogy of Lamb, Rose and others; comp. by Daniel 

Smith Lamb . . . Washington, D. C, Beresford, printer, 1904. 

xiii, 61, 20, [83J-100 p. front, (port.) 23^'=°'. 

"In making up the index, the paging of part ii has been changed from 1 to 
20, to 63 to 82." 

CS71.L218 1904 

4-36357 

1908a Lambert. 

History of the colony of New Haven, before and after the 
union with Connecticut. ... By Edward R. Lambert. New 
Haven, Hitchcock & Stafford, 1838. 

216 p. front. (map)illu3., plates, plana. IQ"". 

"A genealogical sketch of the Lambert family of Milford, Conn."; p. [205]- 
216. 

F98.L.2 

l-Rc-3184 

1909 Lamborn. 

The genealogy of the Lamborn family, with extracts from 
history, biographies, anecdotes, etc. Comp. by Samuel Lam- 
born . . . Philadelphia, Press of M. L. Marion, 1894. 

486 p., 1 1. front., plates, ports., facsims., coats of arms. 23"™. 

Blank leaves at end: "Births, marriages, deaths." 

CS71.L225 1894 

9-11922t 

1910 Lament. 

Clan Lamont society. Report of the 1st, 3d general meetings 
. . . 1897-1899. [Glasgow, 1897 ?-1899] 
2 V. in 1. 21"™. 

CS479.L2 

9-19336t 

1911 La Monte. 

An account of the re-union of the descendants of the late 
Thomas W. La Monte, of Charlotteville, N. Y. at the residence 
of his son, George La Monte, Bound Brook, N. J. November 
22''^ and 23'^ 1876. New York, J. W. Pratt, printer, 1877. 

cover-title, 16 p. 23i<=™. 

Historical sketch by Rev. Thomas La Monte: p. 3-14. 

CS71.L234 1877 

&-H92it 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 397 

1911a Lamson. 

Memorial of Elder Ebenezer Lamson of Concord, Mass., his 
ancestry and descendants, 1635-1908; originally comp. by Otis 
E. Lamson . . . rev. and extended by Frank B. Lamson . . . 
[Delano, Minn., Press of the Eagle printing co., 1908?] 

2 p. 1., 121 p. plates, porta., facsim. 24i<='". 

Comp. and pub. 1876 by O. E. Lamson under title: Genealogy of the Lam- 
son name and blood from 1741 to 1876. 

CS71.L237 1908 

10— 15S00 

See also Green. CS71.08 1004 



1912 Lancaster. 

Memoirs of the rival houses of York and Lancaster, historical 
and biographical: embracing a period of English history from 
the accession of Richard n. to the death of Henry vn. By 
Emma Roberts . . . London, Harding and Lepard [etc.] 1827. 

2 V. front, (port.) 22"°'. 

DA245.R644 

2-18657 

1912a The story of the house of Lancaster. By Henry Hart- 

wright . . . London, E. Stock, 1897. 

5 p. 1., 322 p. 23i«'». 

DA246.H337 

1-1009 

1913 The Lancaster family. A history of Thomas and Phebe 

Lancaster, of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and their descend- 
ants, from 1711-1902. Also a sketch on the origin of the name 
and family in England. Illustrated. Compiled by Harry 
Fred Lancaster . . . [Huntington, Ind., A. J. Hoover printing 
CO.] 1902. 

291, [11] p. front., pi., port., maps, facsim. 22<'°». 

CS71.L246 1902 

3-469 

5«eaZso Clark. CS71.C6 1904 



1914 Landis. 

The Landis family of Lancaster County, a comprehensive his- 
tory of the Landis folk from the martyrs' era to the arrival of 
the first Swiss settlers, giving their numerous lineal descend- 
ants ; also, an accurate record of members in the rebellion, with 
a sketch of the start and subsequent growth of Landisville and 
Landis Valley, and a complete dictionary of living Landis 
adults . . . By D. B. Landis , . . Lancaster, Pa,, Pub. and 
printed by the author, 1888. 

90 p. 2l°»». 

CS71.L267 1888 

»-11919t 



398 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

1915 Lane. 

Memoranda relating to the Lane, Reyner, and Whipple fami- 
lies, Yorkshire and Massachusetts . . . By W. H. Whitmore. 
Boston, H. W. Dutton, printers, 1857. 

24 p. facsims., fold, geneal. tab. 23^"™. 

"Reprinted from the New England historical and genealogical register, for 
April and July, 1857." 

CS71.L266 1867 

9-11920t 

1916 Hampton Lane family memorial. A re-print of the address 

at the funeral of Dea, Joshua Lane, of Hampton, N, H. (who 
was killed by lightning June 14, 1766.) By his son, Dea, Jere- 
miah Lane of Hampton Falls. With sketches of his ancestry 
and families to the fourth generation from William Lane of 
Boston, Mass., 1651. By Rev. Jas. P. Lane. Norton, Mass., 
Printed by Lane brothers, 1885. 

2 p. 1., 16 p., 2 1. [11] p. 17""°. 

Reprint of original t.-p.: A memorial and tear of lamentation, with the im- 
provement of the death of pious friends, Hampton Falls, July 17, 1766. 
Portsmouth, in New Hampshire; Printed by D. & R. Fowle, 1766. 

CS71.L266 1886 

9-n918t 

1917 Lane families of the Massachusetts Bay colony. Memo- 
rial address at the reunion of descendants and kindred of Wil- 
liam Lane, Boston, 1651, William Lane, Hampton, 1685. Dea. 
Joshua Lane, Hampton, who was killed by lightning, June 14, 
1766. In the Congregational church, Hampton, N. H. Wednes- 
day, Sept. 1, 1886. By Rev. James P. Lane. [Norton, Mass., 
Printed by Jjane Brothers, 1886] 

58 p. illus. 23^^"°. 
Printed by request. 

CS71.L266 1886 

9-11917t 

1918 James Lane of North Yarmouth, Me., and his descendants. 

Communicated by Rev. James P. Lane . . . [Boston, 1888] 

12 p. 25"™. 
Caption title. 

"Reprinted from the N. E. historical and genealogical register for April, 1888." 

CS71.L266 1888 

9-11916t 

1919 Genealogical notes of the families of Daniel Lane 2d and 

Mary Griswold Lane, of Ejllingworth and Wolcott, in Connecti- 
cut (married at Killingworth, July 14, A. d. 1763) Compiled 
by four of their descendants. [Hiram W. Lane, Mrs. Elisha R. 
Newell, Mrs. Joseph F. Smith and A. C. Beckwith] Elkhorn, 
Wis. [The independent press] 1899. 

64 p. 21^"™. 

CS71.L266 1890 

May 11, 99-63 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 399 

Lane — Continued . 

1920 Lane genealogies . . . Exeter, N. H., The News-letter 

press, 1891-1902. 

3 V. fronts., plates, ports. 24'"". 

Vol. 1 compiled by Rev. Jacob Chapman and Rev. James H. Fitts; v. 2-3, 
by James Hill Fitts. 
Vol. 1 has manuscript notes inserted. 

CS71.L266 1891 

3-20073 

1921 Joel Lane, pioneer and patriot. A biographical sketch, 

including notes about the Lane family and the colonial and 
revolutionary history of Wake County, North Carolina. By 
Marshall DeLancey Haywood. Raleigh, N. C, Alford, Bynum 
& Christophers, 1900. 

23 p. 22«°. 

June 14, 1900-37 

1921a A biographical sketch of Hannah Lane Usher of Buxton 

and HoUis, Maine, with historical and genealogical facts relat- 
ing to the Lane family of Buxton ; by her grandson, Ellis Baker 
Usher ... [La Crosse? Wis.] Priv. print., 1903. 

21 p. front., pi., ports. 21J<"". 

"Of this volume twenty-five copies have been printed." 

4-2396 

Langdon. See also Layton. CS71.L420 1886 

Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

Van Rensselaer. CS69.S7 

Lange. See also Flagg. CS71.F674 1903 

1922 Langstaff. 

The Langstaffs of Teesdale and Weardale: materials for a 
history of a yeoman family gathered together by George Blun- 
dell Longstaff . . . London, M. Hughes and Clarke, 1906. 

[742] p. incl. geneal. tables. 2 pi., port., facsim, 28^"°. 

Various paging. 

CS439.L25 

8-17887 

Langton. See also Crall. CS71.C889 1908 

1922a Lanier. 

Sketch of the life of J. F. D. Lanier. (Printed for the use 
of his family only.) New York, 1871. 

62 p. front, (port.) 22"°'. 



400 LIBEAEY OF CONGEESS 

1923 Lapham. 

Lapham family register, or Records of some of the descend- 
ants of Thomas Lapham of Scituate, Mass., in 1635. By Wil- 
ham B. Lapham . . . Augusta [Me.] Sprague, Owen & Nash, 
printers, 1873. 

1 p. 1., 31 p. 23^"™. 

CS71.L312 1873 

9-11915t 

Larew. See also Dobyns. CS71.D636 1908 

1924 Larimer. 

The Larimer, McMasters and aUied famiHes, comp. and ed. 
by Rachel H. L. Mellon. Philadelphia, Printed for private cir- 
culation by J. B. Lippincott company, 1903. 

196 p. front., illus., plates, ports., facsims., fold, geneal. tab. 25'"°. 

CS71.L322 1003 

3-32810 

1925 Larison. 

The Larisun famili: a biografic scetch gv the desendornts ©v 
Jqu Larisun, the Darn, thru hiz sun Jamz Larisun, and hiz 
grandsun Andru Larisun. Bi C. W. Larisun . . . Ringos, N. J., 
Fonic publishin hous, 1888. 

472 p. photos. 20"'°. 

Phonetic type. 

CS71.L323 1888 

CA 9-2575 

Larisun. See Larison. 
Larned. See Learned. 
Larnett. See Learned. 
Larsen. See Larison. 

1926 Lasher. 

Lasher genealogy . . . New York, C. S. Williams, 1904. 

270 p. plates, ports., map. 24"™. 

"Edition of two hundred copies." 

"The compiling of this genealogy was started through the active co-opera- 
tion of George W. Lasher . . . Alfred P. Lasher . . . Hazard Laaher . . . and 
Thomas J. Lasher ... of whom Alfred P. Lasher . . . took the lead." — Pref. 

Contents. — pt. 1. Descendants of Francois Le Seur. — pt. 2. Descendants 
of Sebastian Loescher. — pt. 3. Descendants of John Lejere. 

CS71.L343 1904 

4-21918 

Latane. See also Jones. CS71.J76 isoi 

Latham. See also Austin. F78.A93 

Austin. F78.A94 

Reading. CS71.R287 1898 

Lathrop. See Lothrop. 



AMEKICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 401 

1927 Lauffer. 

The Lauffer history. A genealogical chart of the descend- 
ants of Christian Lauffer, the pioneer, with a few biographical 
sketches. September, 1905 . . . Publication committee, Jo- 
seph A. Lauffer . . . chairman. Dr. Chas. A. Lauffer . . . 
secretary. Henry Z. Lauffer . . . treasurer. [Jeannette, Pa., 
Press of the Westmoreland journal, 1906] 

4 p. 1., 180 p. plates, ports. 23<"". 

"The matter of this volume exclusive of the John Lauffer division of the 
Henry Lauffer branch was arranged for the printer by Dr. Chas. A. Lauffer." 

CS71.L373 1906 

&-34016 

1928 Lauson. 

De la f amille des Lauson. {In Soci6t6 historique de Montreal, 
M^moires. Montr6al, 1859. 25'"^. 2. livr., p. 65-96) 
Signed L. H. L., i. e. Sir Louis Hyiwlite Lafontaine. 

Fiosi.se? 

1-«600 

Copy 2, detached 

CS90.L388 1869 

See also Lawson. 



Lawrance. See Lawrence. 

1929 Lawrence 

A genealogical memoir of the family of John Lawrence, 
of Watertown, 1636; with brief notices of others of the name 
in England and America . . . [Boston, Press of Coolidge & 
Wiley] 1847. 

64 p. 25'''°. 

Preface signed : John Lawrence. 

0S71.L42 1847 

9-n912 t 

1930 Genealogy of the ancestors and posterity of Isaac Law- 
rence. By Frederick S. Pease . . . Albany, Printed by J. 
Munsell, 1848. 



20 p. 22J<'°». 
9-11910 



0S71.L42 1848 



1931 Pedigree of Lawrence. Compiled from heralds' visi- 
tations, inquisitions post mortem, deeds, charters, wills, parish 
registers, and other original manuscripts. By H. G. Somerby. 
Boston, 1856. 

Geneal. tab. 40 x 43""^. 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register, vol. 10, 1856, 
p. 296a. 

CS71.L42 1866 

4-27606t 

36819°— 10 26 



402 LIBEABY OF CONGRESS 

Lawrence — Continued . 

1932 The genealogy of the family of John Lawrence, of Wisset, 

in Suffolk, England, and of Watertown and Groton, Massachu- 
setts. Boston, Pub. for the author [John Lawrence] by S. K. 
Whipple and company, 1857. 

4 p. 1., 191 p. coat of arms. 26""^. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

p. 171-174 left blank for family record. 

CS71.L42 1857 

9-11636t 

1933 Historical genealogy of the Lawrence family, from their 

first landing in this country, a. d. 1635, to the present date, 
July^4th, 1858. By Thomas Lawrence ... New York, Printed 
by E. O. Jenkins, 1858. 

240 p. 23«™. 

p. 7-16, 72-82, 125-134, 163-172, 235-240 left blank for memoranda. 
Genealogy of the ancestry and posterity of Isaac Lawrence, and centennial 
meeting of his descendants, Nov. 27, 1851, p. [177J-234. 

CS71.L42 1858 

9-11635t 

1934 The genealogy of the family of John Ijawrence of Wisset, 

in Suffolk, England, and of Watertown and Groton, Massachu- 
setts . . . Boston, Pub. for the author [John Lawrence] by 
Nichols & Noyes, 1869. 

3 p. 1., [9]-332 p. coats of arms. 24^"'°. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

p. 291-294 left for family record. 

CS71.L42 1869 

&-11911t 

1936 The genealogy of the family of John Lawrence, of Wisset, 

in Suffolk, England, and of Watertown and Groton, Massachu- 
setts, continued to the present year . . . [Cambridge, Mass.] 
Printed for the author [John Lawrence by H. O. Houghton and 
company] 1876. 

74 p. front., coats of arms. 23^"'°. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

p. 59-62 left for family record. 

CS71.L42 1876 

9-11469t 

1936 In memoriam. The family of John Lawrence (con- 
tinued). The family of Philip Goss, of Lancaster, Mass., and 
Winchester, N. H. The family of Selah Pomroy, of Stanstead 
P., Quebec. By Kev. John Lawrence . . . Albany, N. Y., 
Munsell, printer, 1881. 

2 p. 1., 92 p. 23""^. 

p. 83-88 left for family record. 



CS71.L42 1881 

9-11633t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 40S 

Lawrence — Continued . 

1937 Memorials of Robert Lawrence, Robert Bartlett, and 

their descendants. By Hiram Bartlett Lawrence. [Hol- 
yoke? 1888] 

223, [1] p. 24<-"'. 

Contents. — pt. i. Lawrence memorials, with indexes. — pt. ii-in. Bartlett 
memorials, with indexes. — pt. iv. Genealogical register of Plymouth Bartletts. 

CS71.L42 1888 

3-6531 

1938 Historical sketches of some members of the Lawrence 

family. With an appendix. By Robert M. Lawrence . . . 
Boston, Rand Avery co., printers, 1888. 

215 p. front., plates, porta. 24'=°». 
p. [157-162] left for family record. 

CS71.L42 1888a 

»-11634t 

1939 The divine covenant fulfilled in the ancestral family 

history of the Lawrence-Hughes and Eldredge generations of 
Cape May County, New Jersey. By the Rev. Daniel Lawrence 
Hughes . . . Cape May City, N. J., J. L. Landis, 1891. 

161 p. front., plates, porta. 23i""°. 

CS71.L42 1891 

1-13641 

1940 The descendants of Major Samuel Lawrence of Groton, 

Massachusetts, with some mention of allied families, by Robert 
Means Lawrence, m. d. Cambridge, Printed at the Riverside 
press, 1904. 

viii p., 11., 344 p., 1 1. front., pi. 24<''". 

"Sequel to the compiler's ' Historical sketchea of some members of the Law- 
rence family,' issued in 1888." — Pref. 

CS71.L42 1904 

5-18117 

See also Tehn&n. CS71.T16 190- 

ThomaS. CS71.T46 1878 

Thomas. CS71.T46 1883 

Townley. CS71.T746 1883 

Townley. CS71.T746 1888 

1941 Lawson. 

Family genealogy: Baird, Blair, Butler, Cook, Childs, Clark, 

Cole, Crane, De Kruyft, Edwards, Finney, Fleming, Graves, 

Grandine, Haney, Hitchcock, Kerwin, Lawson, Lowry, McAlpin, 

Peper, Richardson, Rittenhouse, Southwood, Stolp, Williams 

and Wright. By Publius V. Lawson . . . [Menasha, Wis., 

P. V. Lawson] 1903. 

5 p. 1., 304 p. 8 port. 20^'='°. 

CS71.L426 1903 

3-31016 

Lay. See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 



404 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1942 Layton. 

Leighton genealogy. An account of the descendants of 
Capt. William Leighton, of Kittery, Maine. With collateral 
notes relating to the Frost, Hill, Bane, Wentworth, Langdon, 
Bragdon, Parsons, Pepperrell, Fernald, Nason, and other 
families of York County and its vicinity. By Tristram Frost 
Jordan ... To which are added, brief memoirs of Major 
Charles Frost, of Kittery, and Captain John Hill, of Berwick. 
Albany, N. Y., Press of J. Munsell's sons, 1885. 

127 p. 25""". 

Memoirs of Major Charles Frost, of York County, Maine, and of Capt. John 
Hill, by Usher Parsons: p. 79-113. 
Wm. Pepperrell's descendants: p. fll5]-120. 

CS71.L429 1886 

»-11632t 

See also Bot^eld. CS439.B78 

Eaton. CS90.E2 

Lea. See Lee. 

1943 Leach. 

Leach family record. Descendants of Lawrence Leach of 
Salem, Mass., 1629. Through his son Giles, of Bridgewater, 
Mass., 1665. Comp. by Samuel Chessman. Albany, N. Y., 
J. Munsell's sons, 1898. 

41 p., 1 1. pi. 30 X 22i«">. 
Title in red and black. 

CS71.L433 1898 

3-13301 

See also Yerlies, CS71.Y48 1904 

Leake. See Leeke. 

1944 Learned. 

The Learned family (Learned, Larned, Leamard, Larnard and 

Lerned) being descendants of William Learned who was of 

Charlestown, Mass., in 1632. Comp. by WilHam Law Learned 

in part from the papers of the late Joseph Gay Eaton Larned. 

2 ed., enl. Albany, Weed-Parsons printing co., 1898. 

V, 505 p. facsims. 23^"'". 

CS71.L437 1898 

9-11470t 

See also Leonard. 



1945 Leavens. 

The Leavens name including Levings ; an account of the pos- 
terity descending from emigrant John Levins: 1632-1903, by 
Philo French Leavens. Passaic, N. J., Passaic daily news 
print, 1903. 

3 p. 1., 137, XV p. pi., 3 port. 23^"'°. 

CS74.L438 1903 

7-22902 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 405 

1946 Leavenworth. 

A genealogy of the Leavenworth family in the United States, 
with historical introduction, etc., by Elias Warner Leaven- 
worth . . . Being a revision and extension of the genealogical 
tree comp. by William and Elias W. Leavenworth, then of Great 
Barrington, Mass., in 1827 . . . Syracuse, N. Y., S. G. Hitch- 
cock & CO., 1873. 

376 p. front, (coat of arms, and faceims.) plates, ports. 22^"'". 

CS71.L439 1873 

9-11631t 

1947 Leavitt. 

Thomas Levitt of Exeter and Hampton, in New Hampshire: 
his English connections, Wentworth, Hutchinson, Wheel- 
wright . . . Kenil worth. Ills., Priv. print, by V. C. Sanborn, 
1904. 



}cm 



8 p. 23" 

By Victor C. Sanborn. 

CS71.L4394 1904 

»-11599t 

1948 Le Baron. 

. . . Descendants of Francis Le Baron of Plymouth, Mass. 
Comp. by Mary Le Baron Stockwell. Boston, T. R. Marvin 
& son, printers, 1904. 

521 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 25*^"». 

CS71.Ii44 1904 

4-8088 

Le Blount. See Croke. 

1949 Lee. 

Stoneleigh abbey, thirty four years ago, containing a short 
history of the claims to the peerage and estates, and a catalogue 
of the confessed and suspected crimes, &c. &c. &c. by Charles 
Griffin. Leamington Spa, C. Griffin; Birmingham, Printed by 
R. J. Salter [pref. 18481 

vi, [7]-90, [2] p. leio"*. 

Ms. note on fly leaf; Suppressed and bought up by the [Leigh] family. 

CS439.L47 1848 
2-18006 

1949a iEdes Hartwellianse; or. Notices of the manor and man- 
sion of Hartwell. By Captain W. H. Smyth . . . London, 
Printed for private circulation, by J. B. Nichols and son, 1851. 

vii, 414 p., 1 1. illus., XIII pi. (1 col.) incl. port., map, 2 plans. 3P". 
" Genealogical table of the family of Lee, of Hartwell": p. 96. 

N5246.H4 

10-12636 



406 LIBEARY OF CONGEESS 

Lee— Continued. 

1950 Genealogical history of the Lee family of Virginia and Mary- 
land, from A. D. 1300 to A. d. 1866. With notes and illustra- 
tions. Ed. by Edward C. Mead. New York, Kichardson & co., 
1868. 

114 p. plates, ports,, coats of arms. 24"™. 

CS71.L48 1868 

9-11630t 

1951 A record of the descendants of Col. Richard Lee, of Vir- 
ginia. Prepared as an aid to farther investigations. By C. F. 
Lee, jr., and J. Packard, jr. Reprinted from the New-England 
historical and genealogical register. Boston, Printed by D. 
Clapp & son, 1872. 

11 p. 24""'. 

CS71.L48 1872 

9-11629t 

1952 Genealogy of the descendants of John Lee. Communi- 
cated to the Historical and genealogical register for October, 
1874, by the Rev. Samuel Lee . . . [Boston, 1874] 

8 p. 25^""'. 
Caption title. 

CS71.L48 1874 

1952a [Boston, 1874] 

p. 394^01. ,21^'-°'. 

Detached copy from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register Oct., 1874. 

CS71.L48 1874a 

5-14688-9 

1953 Memoir of Benjamin Lee. Addressed to his grandchildren 

by his son Alfred Lee . . . [Philadelphia, Press of J. B. Lippin- 
cott & CO., 1875] 

65, [1], xxiv p. 2 facsim. SI"™. 

T.-p. and title of "Family record" illuminated. 

"Family record": xxiv p. at end. 

10-2789 

1954 A history of the house of Lyme (in Cheshire), compiled from 

documents of the Legh family of that house, and from other 

sources, by W. Beamont . . . Warrington, P. Pearse, 1876. 

2 p. 1., 205, [2] p. 22i«°'. 

CS439.L9 

2-20281 

1955 Genealogy of the family of Lee of Chester, Bucks, and 

Oxon, shewing the lineal descent of the late General Robert E. 
Lee of Virginia, America, from Sir John Lee, knt. With arms, 
notes, etc, Comp. by the Rev. Frederick George Lee . . . Lon- 
don, Mitchell and Hughes, 1884. 

17 p. front., illus., plates, facsims. 28''™. 

Issued also in "Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica," London, 1886, 2d 

ser., V. 1. 

CS439.L35 

10-1188 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 407 

Lee — Continued . 

1956 Lee family quarter-millennial gathering of the descend- 
ants and kinsmen of John Lee, one of the early settlers of Farm- 
ington, Conn,, held in Hartford, Conn., Tues. & Wed., Aug. 5th 
& 6th, 1884. [Comp. by W. W. Lee] Meriden, Republican 
steam print., 1885. 

3 p. 1., vi, 116 p. ports., fold. map. 23^"'°. 

p. [87]-116: Appendix containing interesting matter relating to the Lee 
family, collected . . . from the Connecticut state library, at Hartford and other 
Bources; also contributions concerning various branches of the family . . . 

CS71.L48 1885 

»-11471t 

1967 A genealogical memoir of the ancient, honourable, and 

extinct family of Leigh of Addington, by H. S. Sweetman, 
B. A. ... 1860. North Devon, Priv. print, for Mrs. Halliday, 
1887. 
2 p. 1., [3H6 p., 1 1. plates, port., fold, geneal. tab. 23»«». 
Ed. by Maria Halliday. 
"50 copies printed for private circulation." 

CS439.L47 

9-14906 

1958 John Leigh of Agawam (Ipswich) Massachusetts, 1634- 

1671, and his descendants of the name of Lee, with genealogical 

notes and biographical sketches of all his descendants, so far as 

can be obtained ; including notes on collateral branches comp. 

by William Lee . . . Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 1888. 

1 p. 1., vii, [3]-499 p. pi., map, facsims. 23"™. 

CS71.L48 1888 

9-11628t 

1969 Lee of Virginia, by J. Henry Lea . . . [Boston ? 1892] 

23 p. illus. 24"°'. 
Caption title. 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for January, 1892. 

CS71.L48 1892 

9-11627t 

1960 The Lee family, relating especially to Samuel Lee, of 

Watertown, Mass., and some of his descendants. By O. P. 
Allen . . . Newport, R. L, R. H. Tilley, 1893. 

14 p. front, (port.) 24<"°. 

Reprinted from the Magazine of New England history. 

CS71.L48 1893 

1-17384 

1961 — ;. — Lee of Virginia. 1642-1892. Biographical and genea- 
logical sketches of the descendants of Col. Richard Lee. With 
brief notices of the related families ... Ed. and pub. by Ed- 
mund Jennings Lee . . . Philadelphia [Franklin printing com- 
pany] 1895. 

586 p. front., plates, ports., fold, map, facsims., coats of arms. 27"=™. 

CS71.L48 1896 

9-11626t 



408 LIBEARY OF CONGRESS 

Lee — Continued. 

1962 Re-union of the descendants of John Lee, of Farmington. 

Held at Farmington . . . August 12 and 13, 1896. Ed. from 
minutes of the meeting by Leonard Lee. Pub. by the Lee asso- 
ciation. Meriden, RepubHcan pub. co., 1896. 

Ixv p., 1 1. 23'="'. 

CS71.L48 1896 

1-3473 

1963 Memoranda of the Lees and cognate families. For three 

hundred years back, gathered chiefly from family sources, by 
J. N. Lee . . . Waukegan, 111., De Kay bros., printers, 1898. 

2 p. 1., 47 p. illus. 18*"™. 

CS71.L48 1898 

9-U625t 

1964 John Lee of Farmington, Hartford Co., Conn., and his 

descendants. Containing over 4,000 names, 1634. 2d ed. 
1897. 1st ed. by Sarah Marsh Lee, of Norwich, Conn,, 1878. 
With much miscellaneous history of the family — brief notes of 
other Lee families of New England — biographical notices — val- 
uable data collected by William Wallace Lee — military rec- 
ords — to which is added a ''roll of honor," of two hundred who 
have served in the various wars of the country. Comp. by 
Leonard Lee and Sarah Fiske Lee. Pub. by the "Lee associa- 
tion." Meriden, Conn., Republican-Record book print, 1897. 

527 p. illus., porta., fold, plans (incl. front.) 23^""'. 

4 blank leaves inserted for memoranda. 

CS71.L48 1897 
4-29776 

1965 Supplement , . . 1634, 1900. Containing corrections, 

changes, births, marriages, deaths, etc., reported since the pub- 
lication — new discoveries, with an addition of nearly 1000 
names . . . Comp. by Leonard Lee. Pub. by the "Lee asso- 
ciation." Meriden, Conn., Record-Republican print, 1900. 

xii, 13-176 p, front., illus., ports. 23^'=°'. 

CS71.L48 1900 

4-29777 

1966 The ancestry and posterity of John Lea, of Christian Mal- 

ford, Wiltshire, England, and of Pennsylvania in America, 
1503-1906, by James Henry Lea and George Henry Lea. Phil- 
adelphia and New York, Lea brothers & co., 1906. 

XV, 611 p. col. front., illus., plates, ports., map, facsim. 27«™. 

English section, by James Henry Lea; American section, by George Henry 

Lea. 

CS71.L48 1906 

6-2088 

See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 

Taylor. CS71.T24 1898 

Van Rensselaer. CS69.S7 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 409 

1967 Lee -Warner. 

The life of John Warner, bishop of Rochester, 1637-1666. 
With appendix, containing some account of his successors, 
the Lee-Warner family. By Edward Lee-Warner. London, 
Mitchell and Hughes, 1901. 

vi p., 1 1., 95 p. col. front, (coat of anna) illus., pi., port. 29"*". 

Title in red and black. 

2-12136 

Leech. See also Yerkes. CS71.Y48 1904 

1968 Leeds. 

[Thomas Leeds, an Englishman, settled at Shrewsbury, N. J., 
probably 1677. Philadelphia, 1886] 
geneal. tab. 56 x 43i<-"' fold, to 21^ x 28"'°. 
Comp. by Benjamin Franklin Leeds, 1837 — 

CS71.L482 1886 

9-U624t 

1969 Leeds : a New Jersey family ; its beginning and a branch- 
let. By Clara Louise Humeston. Los Angeles, Cal., California 
voice print [1900] 

2p. l.,17p. 23""'. 

Published by B. F. Leeds, Philadelphia. 

Deecendants of Thomas Leeds of Shrewsbury, N. J. 

CS71.L482 1900 

1-13640 

1970 Leeke. 

The family of Leek of Bedlington in the county of Durham, 
and the charity of John George Leake in New York, United 
States. [Compiled from the printed reports of the Legislature 
of the state of New York, and other sources. Communicated 
by John William Bury, esq. Newcastle, Printed by M. A. 
Richardson, 1845] 

14 p., 1 1. illus. 25^"'°. 

Inserted is a manuscript copy of the will of the late John G. Leake; and a 
clipping from the N. Y. Daily herald, Sept. 28, 1882: The Leake- Watts orphan 
home. History of the founder and his family. The strange will. Litigations 
prior to the establishment of the home. 

CS71.L486 1845 

9-16599 

1971 Leete. 

The family of Leete : with special reference to the genealogy 
of Joseph Leete . . . Collected by the late Charles Bridger . . . 
and ed. by J. Corbet Anderson. [London, Wertheimer, Lea & 
CO., printers] printed for private circulation, 1881. 

xxii, 113, [1] p. front, (port.) tables (partly fold.) 24^*^ 



8-11620f 



Icm 

CS439.L4 1881 



410 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Leete — Continued. 

1972 The family of William Leete, one of the first settlers of 

Guilford, Conn,, and governor of New Haven and Connecticut 
colonies. Comp. by Edward L. Leete . . . New Haven, Tuttle, 
Morehouse & Taylor, printers, 1884. 

168 p. 24'^". 

Ed. with Bome additions and a few notes by Alvan Talcott. 

CS71.L486 1884 

2-24898 

1973 The family of Leete, by Joseph Leete ... in conjunction 

with John Corbet Anderson ... 2d ed., rev. and enl. London 
[Blades, East & Blades, printers] 1906. 

xxviii p., 1 1., 211 p. illus., XXIX pi. (incl. front., ports., map, facsims.) 
tables (partly fold.) 28^"". 

CS439.L4 1006 

7-1953 

1974 Leflferts. 

Abstract of the title of the Lefferts farm, in the city of Brook- 
lyn, known as the New Bedford farm, situate on the north side 
of the Jamaica turnpike about seventeen chains, or eleven hun- 
dred and twenty-two feet easterly from the Hunterfly road, and 
estimated to contain about ninty-seven [!] or one hundred acres, 
and represented on the accompanying diagram. Compiled by 
A. S.Wheeler. Brooklyn, 1870. New York, Eckler [1870?] 

cover- title, 5 numb. 1. geneal. tab. 21 x 35''™. 

A genealogical table of the Lefferts family showing the chain of title to the 

New Bedford farm. 

CS71.L492 1870 

2-8935 

1975 Genealogy of the Lefferts family, 1650-1878, by Teunis 

G. Bergen . . . Albany, J. Munsell, 1878. 

V, [6}-172 p. pi., facsim., coats of arms. 23'=='. 

CS71.L492 1878 

9-11472t 

1976 The Lefferts-Haughwout family. By Lefferd M. A. 

Haughwout. (In New York genealogical and biographical 
record. New York, 1902. 26«'". v. 33, p. 49-52, 167-70, 
235-241) 

F116.N28vol. 33 

See also Zabriskie. CS71.Z12 1881 

1977 LeffingweU. 

1637-1897. The LeffingweU record. A genealogy of the 
descendants of Lieut. Thomas LeffingweU, one of the founders 
of Norwich, Conn. By Albert LeffingweU . . . and Charles Wes- 
ley LeffingweU . . . Aurora, N. Y., LeffingweU pub. co., 1897. 

V, [1], 256 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 26"™. 

CS71.L493 1897 

»-11623t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 411 

1978 Legare. 

Biographical sketches of the Huguenot Solomon Legar6 and 
of his family, extending down to the fourth generation of his 
descendants. Also, Reminiscences of the revolutionary strug- 
gle with Great Britain, including incidents and scenes which 
occurred in Charleston, on John's Island, and in the surrounding 
country of South Carolina during the war. Comp. and written 
by one of his great-great-granddaughters, Mrs. Eliza C. K. 
Fludd, and printed by subscription. Charleston, S. C, E. Perry 
& CO., printers and stationers, 1886. 

142 p. 21''"». 

E263.S7F6 

9-24035 

Leggett. See also Qustin. CS71.Q982 1900 

Legh. See Lee. 

Lehman. See also Walhridge. CS71.W15 1898 

Leigh. See Lee. 

Leighton. See Layton. 

1979 Leisler. 

Genealogical notes relating to Lieut.-Gov. Jacob Leisler, 
and his family connections in New York. By Edwin R. Purple 
. . . New York, Priv. print., 1877. 

24 p. 27J^"'. 

"Reprinted from the New York genealogical and biographical record; with 
additions. Edition, 75 copies." CS71.L631 1877 

3-17362 

Leith. See also Forhea. CS479.r6 1839 

1980 Leland. 

The Leland magazine; or, A genealogical record of Henry 

Leland, and his descendants . . . embracing nearly every person 

of the name of Leland in America, from 1653 to 1850. By 

Sherman Leland. Boston, Printed by Wier & White, 1850. 

1 p. 1., 278 p., 1 1. ports. 24*"'°. 

CS71.L538 1860 

9-25090t 

Lemen. See Lemon. 

1981 Lemon. 

History of the Lemen family, of Illinois, Virginia, and else- 
where .. . (1656-1898). By Frank B. Lemen. Collinsville ? 
111. [1898] 

644 p. pi., port., facsim. 21*"°'. 

CS71.L555 1898 

Dec. 31, 98-64 



412 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

1982 Lenher. 

The Lenher family, a genealogy comp. by Sarah Marion 
Lenher . . . [Elizabeth? N. J.] 1903. 
24 p. 23^"'". 

CS71.L666 1903 

9-11473t 

See also Lundy. CS71.L962 1902 



1983 Lennox. 

Additional remarks upon the question of the Lennox or 
Husky representation, and other topics, in answer to the 
author of "History of the partition of the Lennox," &o. With 
an 6claircissement as to the discussion about Richard n. By 
John Riddell . . . Edinburgh, T. Clark, 1835. 

xxvii, [1], 151 p. 23« 



Xoxa 

DA758.3.L6R6 



8-30548 



1984 History of the partition of the Lennox. By Mark Napier 

. . . Edinburgh, W. Blackwood and sons; [etc., etc.] 1835. 

xvi, 256 p. illus. 23'"°. 
Title vignette. 

DA758.3.L6N2 

6-36772 

1985 The family of Lennox. (In The great governing families 

of England, by John Langton Sanford and Meredith Town- 
send . . . Edinburgh [etc.] 1865. 23°°». vol. 2, p. 287- ) 



PA301.1.A1S2 



4-24748 



1986 The Lennox, by William Fraser . . . Edinburgh [T. & A. 

Constable] 1874. 

2 V. plates, ports., facsims. 26*". 
Title vignette in colors. 
Impression, 150 copies. 

DA758.3.L6P8 

8-22929 

See also Napier. CS439.N3 

1987 Lent. 

History of the Lent (van Lent) family in the United States, 
genealogical and biographical, from the time they left their 
native soil in Holland, 1638-1902, by Nelson Burton Lent . . . 
Newburgh, N. Y., Newburgh journal printing house and book- 
bindery, 1903. 

171 p. front., plates, port. 25i<'">. 



CS71.L573 1903 



3-26623 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 413 

1988 Leonard. 

A genealogical memoir of the Leonard family; containing a 
full account of the first three generations of the family of 
James Leonard, who was an early settler of Taunton, Ms., with 
incidental notices of later descendants . . . By Wm. R. Deane, 
. . . Boston, Ofl&ce of the New England historic-genealogical 
register, 185L 

20 p. 24 J""". 

"Prepared for the New England historic-genealogical register." 

CS71.L58 1861 

5-13624 

1989 A genealogical memoir of the Leonard family; containing 

a full account of the first three generations of the family of James 
Leonard, who was an early settler of Taunton, Ms., with inci- 
dental notices of later descendants . . . By Wm. R. Deane . . . 
Boston, Office of the New England historic-genealogical register, 
1851 [1853] 

23, [1] p. 24<"°. 

"Prepared for the New England historic-genealogical register." 

"Appendix. — Notice of Major Zephaniah Leonard" (From the N. E. hist. 

and gen. reg., Jan., 1853) : p. [21]-23. 

CS71.L58 1853 

5-13621 

1990 Major Thomas Leonard. [Communicated by Wm. R. 

Deane. Boston, 1868] 
[25]-28p. 26*"°. 

"From the N. Eng. hist, and genealogical reg., April, 1868." 
' ' Continuation of A genealogical memoir of the Leonard family ... By Wm. 
R. Deane . . . Boston, 1851." 

"An elegy in the memory of the worshipful Major Thomas Leonard " by Rev. 
Samuel Danforth : p. 26-27. 

CS71.L58 1868 

5-13622 

1991 Memorial : genealogical, historical, and biographical, of 

Solomon Leonard, 1637, of Duxbury and Bridgewater, Massa- 
chusetts, and some of his descendants . . . By Manning Leon- 
ard . . . [Auburn, N. Y., Knapp, Peck & Thomson, 1896] 
452, [2] p. front., plates, ports., coat of arms. 24^"™. 
Three hundred copies. No. 119. 

CS71.L58 1896 

9-11622t 

See also Giles. CS71.G472 1864 

Jennings. CS71.J545 1899 

Taylor. cs71.T24 1886 

Le Roter. See Rutter. 



414 LIBKABY OF CONGRESS 

1992 Lery. 

Le vicomte C. de L6ry, lieutenant-general de TEmpire fran^ais, 
ing^nieur en chef de la grande armee, et sa famille. Montreal, 
E. Senecal, 1867. 

iv, 44, 299 p. front., plates, ports., facsims., coat of arms. 22^"™. 
By Frangois Daniel. 

CS90.L4 

9-19128 

1993 {In Nos gloires nationales. Montreal, 1867. 22 J*"". 

V. 2, p. 67-240) 

F1005.D19 

9-19129 

1994 Leslie. 

Historical records of the family of Leslie from 1067 to 1868-9, 
collected from public records and authentic private sources by 
Colonel Leslie, k. h., of Balquhain. Edinburgh, Edmonston 
and Douglas, 1869. 

3 V. 23^'=°'. 

DA753.3.L7B8 

7-36797 

L'Espenard. See lispenard. 

1995 Lester. 

Bryant Lester of Lunenburg County , Virginia, and his descend- 
ants, by Thomas McAdory Owen. Baltimore, Md., The 
Friedenwald company, 1897. 

13 p. 2AY^. 

From Publications of the Southern history association, April, 1897. 

CS71.L641 1897 

2-14240 

Le Teynterer. See Tainter. 

1996 Leverett. 

A genealogical memoir of the family of Elder Thomas Lever- 
ett, of Boston. By Nathaniel B. Shurtleff . . . Boston, Printed 
for the author, 1850. 

20 p. front, (port.) 21J''™. 

CS71.L66 1850 

10-9967 

1997 A memoir biographical and genealogical, of Sir John 

Leverett, knt., governor of Massachusetts, 1673-79; of Hon. 
John Leverett, r. e. s., judge of the Supreme court, and presi- 
dent of Harvard college; and of the family generally . . . By 
Charles Edward Leverett. Boston, Crosby, Nichols & co., 1856. 

203 p. front., plates, ports., fold, geneal. tab. 24^"™. 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS71.L66 1856 

9-11618t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 415 

Leverett — Continued. 

1998 Pedigree of the Leverett family. PBoston, Crosby, 

Nichols and company, 1856] 

geneal. tab. 28^ x SSi^"" fold, to 13§ x 20i<"°. 

Detached from the Memoir ... of Sir John Leverett ... by Charles Edward 
Leverett. Boston, 1856. 

CS71.L66 1856a 

9-n619t 

1999 Levering. 

The Levering family; or, A genealogical account of Wigard 
Levering and Gerhard Levering, two of the pioneer settlers of 
Roxborough township, Philadelphia County . . . and their de- 
scendants; and an appendix, containing brief sketches of Rox- 
borough and Manayunk, by Horatio Gates Jones . . . Philadel- 
phia, Printed for the author, by King & Baird, 1858. 

X, 193 p. front., plates, porta., facsims. 24'™. 

CS71.L661 1868 

»-llG17t 

2000 Proceedings of the Levering family reunion . . . Vol. 1. 

Columbus, O., 1892- 

1 V. 23"='. 

CS71.L661 1802 
»-U474t 

2001 Levering family; history and genealogy. By Col. John 

Levering , . . [Indianapolis ?] Levering historical association 
[1897] 

975 p. front., illus., plates, ports., facsims. 23^'"'". 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS71.L661 1807 

9-11616t 

Leveson-Gower. See Qower. 
Levings. See Leavens. 
Levins. See Leavens. 
Levitt. See Leavitt. 

2002 Lewis. 

Family record of Lawrence Lewis (Washington's nephew), 
and Nellie Park Custis (Washington's adopted daughter.) 
Transcribed from Martha Washington's Bible, which was sold 
by order of H. L. D. Lewis, administrator to the estate of Mrs. 
Lorenzo Lewis, at the auction rooms of Thomas Birch's sons, 
auctioneers . . . Philadelphia, Pa., December 11th, 1890. Mr. 
Stan. V. Henkels, auctioneer. [Philadelphia? 1890] 

8 p., 11. 32 X 25^"°'. 

Cover-title: Description of the Martha Washington Bible. 

Includes a description of the Bible, with reprint of its title-pages, and an 
extract from the Pennsylvania gazette of June 2, 1802, announcing the death 
of Martha Washington. 



416 LIBBARY OF CONGRESS ^ 

Lewis — Continued . 

2003 Genealogy of the Lewis family in America, from the 

middle of the seventeenth century down to the present time. 
By Wm. Terrell Lewis . . . Louisville, Ky., Pub. by the 
Courier-journal job printing co., 1893. 

3 p. 1., [3H54 p. 23^"°'. 

CS71.L675 1893 

9-11615t 

2004 1694, Lewis congress. 1894. Celebration of the two 

hundredth anniversary of their residence in Virginia by the 
licwis family, at Bel-air, Spotsylvania County, September 4th, 
1894. Frankfort, Ky., G. A. Lewis, printer, 1894. 

129, 5, [1] p. front., illus., pi., ports. 24i<'«'. 
"George A. Lewis, publisher." 

CS71.L676 1894 

8-12876 

2005 Lewisiana; or. The Lewis letter. A monthly inter-family 

paper, vol. 4-16, July 1893-Jan. 1906. Elliott, Conn, [etc.] 
1893-1906. 

11 V. in 4, 20 nos. illus. (incl. port.) 23"'". 

Pub. in Elliott, Conn., 18 -Sept. 1898, Guilford, Conn., Oct. 

1898-1906. 

CS71.L676 1893-1906 

CA 9-3905 

2006 Genealogies of the Lewis and kindred families, ed. by 

John Meriwether McAllister .". . and Lura Boulton Tandy . . . 
Columbia, Mo., Printed by E. W. Stephens publishing com- 
pany, 1906. 

416 p. front., pi., port. 22«'°. 

CS71.L675 1906 

6-19078 

2007 Edmund Lewis of Lynn, Massachusetts and some of his 

descendants, by George Harlan Lewis . . . Salem, Mass., Essex 
institute, 1908. 

1 p. 1., 151 p. 23i<"". 

"One hundred and twenty-five copies reprinted from the historicj.1 collec- 
tions of the Essex institute, volumes xliii and xliv." 

CS71.L676 1908 

9-21013 

2007a Lewis, with collateral lines: Andrews, Belden, Bronson, 

Butler, Gillett, Newell, Peck, Stanley, Wright, and others; 
ancestral record of Henry Martyn Lewis, comp. and prepared 
by Harriet Southworth (Lewis) Barnes. Philadelphia, 1910. 

73 p. front, (port.) 19i<="». 

CS71.L676 1910 
10-13930 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 417 

Lewis — Continued . 

See also Foster. CS71,F766 1889 

Glassell. F225.H41 

Habersham. cs71.hii4 I90l 

Jones. CS71.J76 1891 

Pocahontas. cs71.R747 1887 

Smith. CS71.S643 1910 

Taylor. CS71.T24 1898 

Van Meter. F226.V26 

Vawter. CS71.V391 1905 

Washington. CS71.W318 1879 

Watson. CS71.W34 i9io 

Willis. CS71.W73 1898 

L'Hommedieu. See also Vail. CS71.V129 1894 

2008 Libby. 

The Libby family in America. 1602-1881. Prepared and 
pub. by Charles T. Libby. Portland, Me., Printed by B. 
Thurston & co., 1882. 

628, [1] p. front., ports. 23i<='°. 

Blank leaves at back for record. 

CS71.L694 1882 

9-n6Ht 

2009 Libertat. 

De Libertat: a historical & genealogical review, comprising 
an account of the submission of the city of Marseilles, in 1596, 
to the authority of Henry of Navarre : and the lineage of the 
family de Libertat, from the xivth to the xviiith century. 
Comp. from historical manuscripts and other authentic records. 
London, T. Pettitt & co., 1888. 

4 p. 1., 85 p. front., 2 illus., fold, map, fold, geneal. tab. 29°". 

Introduction signed : A. Lasenby Liberty. 

"Edition . . . limited to 250 copies, of which this is no. 43." 

CS599.L5 

8-37481 

Liberty. See also Libertat. CS599.L6 

2010 Lillibridge. 

Thomas Lillibridge of Newport, R. I., and his descendants. 
By Joel N. Eno, A. m. Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1909. 

11 p. 24^"™. (Register reprints, series a, no. 26) 

"Reprinted from the New England historical and genealogical register for 
January, 1909." 

CS71.L728 1909 

9-25860 

See also Mcintosh. CS71.M16 1888 



Lillie. See Lilly. 

35819°— 10 27 



418 LIBEARY OF CONGRESS 

2011 LiUy. 

Major John Lillie, 1755-1801. The Lilhe family of Boston, 
1663-1896. By Edward Lillie Pierce. Rev. ed.^ Cambridge 
[Mass.] J. Wilson and son, 1896. 

122 p. front, (port.) 22^""^. 

CS71.L729 1806 

9-11613t 

Linch. See also Bavis. CS71.B374 1880 

2012 Lincoln. 

A sermon preached after the funeral of Noah Lincoln, who 
died in Boston, July 31, 1856, aged eighty-four. By Chandler 
Robbins . . . With genealogical and biographical notes. Bos- 
ton, Printed by J. Wilson and son, 1856. 

49 p. 24«™. 

CS71.L74 1856 

9-13125t 

2013 Notes on the Lincoln families of Massachusetts, with some 

account of the family of Abraham Lincoln, late president of the 
U. States. By Solomon Lincoln . . . Boston, D. Clapp & son, 
printers, 1865. 
10 p. 24J<=". 

" Reprinted from the Historical and genealogical register for October, 1865." 

CS71.L74 1865 

9-11611t 

2014 The lineage of President Abraham Lincoln. By Samuel 

Shackford, of Chicago, 111. [Boston, 1887] 

7 p. 241"™. 

"Reprinted from the New- England historical and genealogical register for 
April, 1887." 
6-11386 

2014a Stephen Lincoln of Oakham, Massachusetts, his ancestry 

and descendants. Comp. by John E. Morris. Hartford, 
Conn., Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 
1895. 

109 p. front., illus., port. 24"°'. 

CS71.L74 1895 

9-11612 

2015 The Lincoln family and branches, of Wareham, Mass. 

Comp. by James Minor Lincoln. [Cambridge, Mass., The River- 
side press] 1899. 

iv p., 2 1., 124 p. facsims. 22i«°. 

Descendants of Rufus Lincoln and his ancestry traced to Thomas Lincoln 

of Hingham. 

CS71.Ii74 1899 

Apr. 13, 99-78 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 419 

Lincoln — Continued . 

2016 The ancestry of Abraham Lincoln [by] J. Henry Lea and 

J. R. Hutchinson. Boston and New York, Houghton MijOSin 

company, 1909. 

xvi, 212 p., 1 1. front., plates, port., map, facsims. 29°™. 

CS71.L74 1009 

»-5637 

2017 Abraham Lincoln, an American migration; family English 

not German; with photographic illustrations, by Marion Dexter 

Learned . . . Philadelphia, W. J. Campbell, 1909. 

xii, 149 p. front, (port.) plates, map, facsims. 25"". 

"Only 500 copies of this work have been printed from type, of which this 

is no. 2." 

CS71.L74 1909a 

»-31062 

See also Foster. CS71.F766 1898 

Lindall. See also Giles. CS71.G472 1864 

2018 Lindsay. 

Lives of the Lindsays; or, A memoir of the houses of Craw- 
ford and Balcarres, by Lord Lindsay. To which are added, 
extracts from the official correspondence of Alexander, sixth 
earl of Balcarres, during the Maroon war; together with personal 
narratives by his brothers, the Hon. Robert, Colin, James, 
John, and Hugh Lindsay; and by his sister. Lady Anne Bar- 
nard . . . London, J. Murray, 1849. 
3 V. front, (geneal. tab.) 2 pi., 4 facsim. 22"™. 

DA768.3.L8C7 

8-23791 

2019 The Lindsays of America. A genealogical narrative, and 

family record beginning with the family of the earliest settler 
in the mother state, Virginia, and including in an appendix all 
the Lindsays of America. By Margaret Isabella Lindsay . . . 
Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 1889. 

XV, [1], 275 p., 1 1. plates, fold, geneal. tables. 21^°"'. 
Blank pages at end: Family record and additions. 

CS71.L763 1889 

9-11621t 

2020 Publications of the Clan Lindsay society. Edinburgh, 

1901-1904 ... no. 1-3. Edinburgh, Printed by J. Lindsay 
[1901J-1904. 

3 V. ports. 23«°. 

Editor: 1901, W. A. Lindsay. 

CS479.L6 

7-6349t 



420 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

Lindsay — Continued. 

2021 Annual report of the Lindsay family association of 

America. lst-6th, 1904-1909. [Boston, N. A. Lindsey & co., 
1904-1909] 

6 V. 23"™. 
Caption title. 

CS71.L763 1904- 

fr-16039 

Lindsey. See Lindsay. 
Linn. See Lynn. 

2022 Lippincott. 

A genealogical tree of the Lippincott family in America, from 
the ancestors of Richard and Abigail . . . Constructed and 
published by Charles Lippincott, Cinnaminson . . . New Jersey. 
[Philadelphia, J. L. Smith] 1880. 

col. geneal. tab. coat of arms in colors. 198 x 114<"". fold, to 39^ x 40"™. 

CS71.L765 1880 

3-17337 

See also Noyes. CS71.N955 1907 

2023 Lispenard. 

Antoine L'Espenard, the French Huguenot, of New Rochelle. 
By Gen. Charles W. Darling . . . [Utica, N. Y., 1893 ?] 

cover-title, 20 p. front., illus., ports., coat of arms. 27"™. 

Reprinted from the New York biographical and genealogical record, July, 
1893. 

CS71.L771 1893 

9-11475t 

Listen. See also Pound. CS71.P876 1904 

Litchard. See also Gernhardt. CS71.G376 1904 

2024 Litchfield. 

The Litchfield family in America. Pt. 1, no. 1-5. [South- 
bridge, Mass., W. J. Litchfield] 1901-1906. 
5 V. 25"™. 
Comp. by Wilford Jacob Litchfield. 

CS71.L77e 1901-1906 

CA 9-3909 

2025 Little. 

Descendants of George Little, who came to Newbury, Massa- 
chusetts, in 1640. Comp. by George T. Little. Cambridge, 
C. J. Little, 1877. 

82 p. incl. front., illus. 20«™. 

CS71.L777 1877 

1-16069 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 421 

Little — Continued . 

2026 Descendants of George Little who came to Newbury^ 

Massachusetts in 1640. By George Thomas Little . . . 
Auburn, Maine, The author, 1882. 

xiv, [2], 620, [2] p. illus. 26^"'". 

No. A of the edition. 

2 pages of addenda which follow p. 620 are also inserted between p. 514 

and 515. 

Imperfect: 25 illus. wanting. 

CS71.L777 1882 

1-15070 

2027 littlefield. 

Littlefield family. {In The old families of Salisbury and 
Amesbury, Massachusetts ... By David W. Hoyt . . . Provi- 
dence, R. L, 1902. 24«'«. p. 575-583) 

F74.S16H8 

littlepage. See also Glassell. F225.H41 

2028 liverxnore. 

Report to theLivermore association, U.S. A., made byJosiah 
Q. Hawkins, agent, A. d. 1865. Containing information already 
collected in America and England relative to the Livermore 
property in England: the crest and coat of arms of the family, 
likewise a genealogy of the Livermore family in England and 
America, so far collected . . . Rutland, Livermore association, 
1865. 

38 p. 22»». 

CS71.L786 1866 

»-15602 

2029 The Livermore family of America, by Walter Eliot 

Thwing . . . Boston, W. B. Clarke company, 1902. 

479 p. front., pi., port. 24i<"°. 

CS71.L786 1902 

2-30082 

See also Benjamin. CS71.B468 IQOO 



2030 Livingston. 

The Livingstons of Livingston manor; being the history of 
that branch of the Scottish house of Callendar which settled 
in the English province of New York during the reign of Charles 
the Second; and also including an account of Robert Living- 
ston of Albany, "The nephew," a settler in the same province, 
and his principal descendants, by Edwin Brockholst Living- 
ston . . . [New York, The Kjiickerbocker press] 1910. 

xxxiii, 590 p. plates (partly col.) ports., map, facsims. (partly fold.) 2 fold, 
geneal. tab. (incl. front.) 24^"™. 

"275 copies only printed by private subscription." 

"List of authorities": p. 564-575. 

CS71.L787 1910 

10-5281 



422 LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS 

Livingston — Continued . 

See also Byrd. E159.G55 

Moore. CS71.M82 1898 

Repalje. CS69.H7 

Robinson. CS71.R66. 1907 

Livingstone. See Livingston. 

2031 Lloyd. 

Lineage of the Lloyd and Carpenter family. Comp. from 
authentic sources by Charles Perrin Smith . . . For circulation 
among the branches of the family interested. Camden, Printed 
by S. Chew, 1870. 

88 p. illus., pi. Sl"^™. 

0S71.L792 1870 

2032 [Addenda] Trenton, Printed by W. S. Sharp, 1873. 

cover-title, 19, 6, [1] p. illus. 30i<=". 

CS71.L792 1873 

9-15017-8t 

2033 Thomas Lloyd. {In Provincial councillors of Pennsyl- 
vania ... by Charles P. Keith. Philadelphia, 1883. 26^^°'. 
p. 7-45) F148.K28 

2034 Genealogical notes relating to the families of Lloyd, 

Pemberton, Hutchinson, Hudson and Parke, and to others, 
connected directly or remotely with them; from the original 
manuscript of James P. Parke and Townsend Ward, with notes, 
additions and corrections, ed. at the request of Charles Hare 
Hutchinson ... by Thomas Allen Glenn. Philadelphia, 
Printed for private distribution [on the press of E. Stern & co., 
inc.] 1898. 

89 p. illus., coat of arms. 29''™. 

"300 copies of this book were privately printed." 

CS71.L792 1898 

4-24202 

2035 The Lloyds of Birmingham, with some account of the 

founding of Lloyds bank, by Samuel Lloyd. 2d ed. Bir- 
mingham, Cornish brothers, limited; [etc., etc.] 1907. 

xvi, 246 p. 25 pi. (incl. front., ports., plan, facsims.) fold, geneal. tab. 

Introduction signed: E. V. Lucas. 

CS439.L6 

8-9082 

See also Chamberlain. CS71.C443. 1880 

Hill. CS71.H647 1854 



AMEKICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 423 

2036 LobdeU. 

. . . Simon Lobdell — 1646 of Milford, Conn, and his descend- 
ants. Comp. and pub. by Julia Harrison Lobdell. Nicholas 
Lobden (Lobdell) — 1635 of Hingham, Mass. and some of his 
descendants. Chicago, The Windermere press [1907 ?] 

2 p. 1., vi p., 2 1., 9-374 p., 1 1., xlvii p. ports., map. 24<=™. 

At head of title: 1907. 

CS71.L796 1907 

9-8069 

2037 Locke. 

Book of the Lockes. A genealogical and historical record of 
the descendants of William Locke, of Woburn. With an ap- 
pendix containing a history of the Lockes in England, also of 
the family of John Locke, of Hampton, N. H., and kindred 
families and individuals. By John Goodwin Locke . . . Bos- 
ton, J. Munroe & co., 1853. 

406 p. front., illus., ports., facsims., coat of arms. 24i<"". 

CS71.L813 1853 

9-11610t 

2038 The descendants of Calvin Locke, of Sullivan, N. H., who 

was of the fifth generation from Dea. William Locke, of Woburn, 
Mass. (1628-1720). Comp. by Rev. Samuel L. Gerould. Leba- 
non, N. H., H. E. Waite & co., 1900. 

23, [1] p. 23'"». 

CS71.L813 1900 

1-0346 

See also Salisbury. 0S71.S167 1892 

2039 Lockwood. 

Descendants of Robert Lockwood. Colonial and revo- 
lutionary history of the Lockwood family in America, from a. d. 
1630. Comp. by Frederic A. Holden and E. Dunbar .Lock- 
wood. Philadelphia, Print, priv. by the family, 1889. 

XXV, 708 p., 2 1., 50, 31, 35, [831]-884 p. front., illus., plates, ports., maps, 
facsims., coat of arms. 26"™. 

Between pages 708 and 831 are three sermons by James Lockwood, with 
separate pagination and reprints of original title-pages. 

CS71.L817 1889 

9-11608t 

See also Barlow. CS71.B27 1891 



2040 Logan. 

James Logan. William Logan. {In Provincial councillors 
of Pennsylvania ... by Charles P. Keith. Philadelphia, 1883. 
2QY^. pt. 2, p. 1-40) F148.K28 



424 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

Logan — Continued. 

2041 The Logans. (In Historic families of Kentucky ... By- 
Thomas Marshall Green ... 1st series. Cincinnati, 1889. 
23^*"^. p. 117-229) 

F450.G79 

4-11454 

See also Jenkins. CS71.J5 1904 

Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

Walker. CS71.W18 1902 

2042 Lomax. 

Genealogical and historical sketches of the Lomax family, 
by Joseph Lomax . . . Grand Rapids, Mich., The Rookus 
printing house, 1894. 

264, [60] p. illus,, ports., coata of arms. 23J«"». 

CS71.L839 1894 

9-11606t 

2043 Lombard. 

A genealogical sketch of the early Lombards, with verses. 
By Albert E. Lombard . . . Lowell, Mass., The Franklin press, 
1883. 

71, [IJ p. I?'"". 

CS71.L84 1883 

9-11604t 

See also Vickers. CS71.V637 1864 

2043a Long. 

Pedigree of Long, of South Wraxall and Draycot. {In The 
history and antiquities of the manor house, at South Wraxall, 
and the church of Saint Peter, at Biddestone, Wiltshire; the 
former the property of Walter Long ... By Thomas Larkins 
Walker. London, 1838. 31x24°'^. geneal. tables.) 

DA690.W938W2 

2044 Historical account of the family of Long of Wiltshire; by 

Walter Chitty. [London] Printed for private circulation [Gil- 
bert and Rivington, limited] 1889. 

2 p. 1., 63 p. incl. 3 geneal. tables. 23i"»». 

CS439.L7 

3-1403 

2045 Genealogy of Benjamin Long, late of Tonawanda, Erie 

County, N. Y., deceased. Comp. by his grandson, Benjamin F. 
Thomas. Rochester, N. Y., 1897. 

8 p. 2P™. 

CS71.L849 1897 

9-11607t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 425 

Long — Continued , 

2046 Genealogy of Benjamin Long . . . late of Tonawanda, 

Erie County, N. Y. Rev. illustrated, enlarged by . . . Benjamin 
F. Thomas. . . Rochester, N. Y. [R. W. Lace] 1898. 

10 p. front. 24i«°». 

CS71.L840 1898 

Sept, 7, 98-86 

2047 Long of Sleaford. (In Harleian Society, Publications. 

London, 1903. 27*''". v. 51, p. 609.) CS410.H3 voL6l 

Longacre See Longenecker. 

Longaker See Longenecker. 

2048 Longenecker. 

History of the Longacre-Longaker-Longenecker family. 
Pub. for the committee. Philadelphia, Lutheran publication 
society [1902?] 

viii, 9-310 p. 20*=". 

CS71.L80 1002 

5-10319 

Longfellow. See also Ellis. F3.T61 

Longley. See also Bent. CS71.B476 lOOS 
Longstaff. See Langstaff . 

Longstreth. See also Hallowell. cs71.hio3 1803 

Loockermans. See also Dupuy. cs71,do46 loio 

2049 Loomis. 

The descendants of Joseph Loomis, who came from Braintree, 
England, in the year 1638, and settled in Windsor, Connecticut, 
in 1639. By Elias Loomis . . . New Haven, Tuttle, Morehouse 
& Taylor, 1870. 

vii, 5-292 p. front, (coats of arms) 23^'''°. 

CS71.L863 1870 

9-11602t 

2050 The descendants of Joseph Loomis, who came from Brain- 
tree, England, in the year 1638, and settled in Windsor, Con- 
necticut, in 1639. By Elias Loomis . , , 2d ed. rev. and enl. 
New Haven, Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor, 1875. 

viii, 9-611 p. front., port. 231'='". 

CS71.L863 1876 

3-7919 

2061 The descendants (by the female branches) of Joseph 

Loomis, who came from Braintree, England, in the year 1638, 
and settled in Windsor, Connecticut, in 1639, By Elias 
Loomis , . , New Haven, Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1880. 
2 V. front. 23^"™. 
Paged continuously. 

CS71.L863 1880 

9-11603t 



426 LIBBAEY OF CONGRESS 

Loomis — Continued. 

2052 Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America, and his ante- 
cedents in the Old world; the original pub. by Elias Loomis, 

1875, rev. by Elisha S. Loomis, ph. d., 1908. [Berea? O., 1909] 

4 p. 1., [xiii]-xiv, [15]-859, [8] p. platea, ports., maps, facsims. 27='°. 

Title in red within blue ornamental border. 

"This edition is limited to 700 numbered copies, of which this book is no. 22." 

8 blank pages at end for "Family register." 

"The Loomis family in the Old world ... by Charles A. Hoppin, jr.": p. 

[53]-114. 

CS71.L863 1909 

9-29641 

2052a Lopez. 

The story of the Lopez family, a page from the history of 

the war in the Philippines; ed. and with an introduction by 

Canning Eyot . . . Boston, J. H. West company, 1904. 

217 p. front., plates, ports. 20i<'°'. 

DS676.8.L8 E9 
4-2996. 

2052b Lord. 

Genealogy of the Lord family which removed from Col- 
chester, Conn., to Hanover, N. H., and then to Norwich, Vt. 
By Rev. John M. Lord. Concord, N. H., I. C. Evans co., 
printers, 1903. 

116 p. 19""*. 

CS71.L873 1903 

See also Foster. CS71.F756 1897 

Noyes. CS71.N955 1907 

Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 

Tracy. CS71.T76 1895a 

2053 Lorimer. 

Lorimer, Scotland. [London, Hamilton, Adams & co., 1877] 

4 p. front, (coat of arms) 27<=™. 

Comp. by R. R. Stodart. 

Caption title. 

Reprinted from "Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica," n. s., 1877, v. 2, p. 

421-423. 

CS479.L3 

9-19119t 

2054 Lotbiniere, de. 

The De Lotbinieres. A bit of Canadian romance and history. 
By I. J. Greenwood. [Boston, D. Clapp & son, printers, 1896] 
8 p. 24^"'°. 

"Reprinted from the New-England hist, and gen. register for January, 1896." 

CS90.L6 
9-19130t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 427 

2055 Lothrop. 

A genealogical memoir of the Lo-Lathrop family in this 
country, embracing the descendants, as far as known, of the 
Rev. John Lothropp, of Scituate, and Barnstable, Mass., and 
Mark Lothrop, of Salem and Bridgewater, Mass., and the first 
generation of descendants of other names. By the Rev. E. B. 
Huntington, A. m. Ridgefield, Conn., Mrs. Julia M. Hunting- 
ton, 1884. 

3 p. 1., 457 p., 1 1. front., ports. 25'™. 

CS71.L882 1884 

9-116(»t 

See also Woolsey. CS71.W916 1900 

Lett. See also Zabriskie. CS71.Z12 1881 

2056 Loud. 

Genealogical record of the descendants of Caleb Loud, 1st., 
13th child of Francis Loud, jr., and Onner Prince Loud. Comp. 
by Watson Loud . . . and published by H. M. Loud . . . 1889. 
Detroit, Winn & Hammond, printers, 1889. 

70 p. 23^'''°. 

CS71.L886 1889 

»-lH7r.t 

Lounsberry. See also Hill. CS71.H647 1907 

Lounsbury. See Lounsberry. 

Lourie. See Lowry. 

Loutrel. See also Barlow. CS71.B27 1891 

Love. See also "MLeigs. CS71.M511 1906 

2057 Loveland. 

Genealogy of the Loveland family in the United States of 
America, from 1635 to 1892, containing the descendants of 
Thomas Loveland, of Wethersfield, now Glastonbury, Conn. . . . 
By J. B. Loveland . . . and George Loveland . . . [Fremont, O., 
I. M. Keeler & son, printers, 1892-95] 

3 V. illus., ports., coats of arms. 22§<"°. 

CS71.L898 1892-1896 

9-116a5t 

Low. See Lowe. 

2058 Lowe. 

. . . Descendants of William Low, of Boston, Massachusetts. 
Comp. by Edmund D. Barbour, January 1, 1890. [Boston?] 
1890. 

cover-title, fold, geneal. tab. 64^ x 40<"" fold, to 11 x 20'''". 

CS71.L912 1890 

12-1900-155 



428 LIBBAKY OF CONGRESS 

2059 Lowell. 

The historic genealogy of the Lowells of America from 1639 
to 1899. Comp. and ed. by Delmar K. Lowell . . . Pub. by the 
author, Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle co., printers, 1899. 

lii, 826 p. plates, ports., coat of arms. 24i<'°». 

CS71.L915 1899 

9-11598t 

2060 Lowndes. 

Lowndes of South Carolina, an historical and genealogical 
memoir. By George B. Chase . . . Boston, A. Williams & co., 
1876. 

1 p. 1., 81 p. front, (port.) coat of arms. 25"™. 

CS71.L919 1876 

9-11601t 

2061 Lowry. 

The history of the two Ulster manors of Finagh, in the 
county of Tyrone, and Coole, otherwise manor Atkinson, in the 
county of Fermanagh, and of their owners. By the Earl of 
Belmore, m. r. i. a. London, Longmans, Green & co.; [etc., 
etc.] 1881. 

xi, 383, [1] p. 22i«"'. 

DA996.TJ4B4 

4-2454 

2062 Historico-genealogical sketch of Col. Thomas Lowrey, and 

Esther Fleming, his wife. By Henry Race, m. d. Flemington, 
N. J., H. E. Deats, 1892. 

16 p. incl. ports. 23^"". 

CS71.L93 1892 

10-14372 

See also Lawson. CS71.L425 1903 

Robinson. CS71.R66 1907 

Ludlow. See also Fowler. CS71.F788 1888 

2063 Ludwig. 

Ludwig genealogy. Sketch of Joseph Ludwig, who was born 
in Germany in 1699, and his wife and family, who settled at 
"Broad Bay," Waldoboro', 1753. By M. R. Ludwig... 
Augusta, Kennebec journal, 1866. 

223 p. front., pi., port. 21 J° 



Lcm 

CS71.L948 1866 



3-7937 



2064 Lukens. 

Descendants of John Lukens of Horshan, Montgomery 
County, Pa. Collated by Theodore Cooper. New York, 1900. 

geneal. tab. 56 x Tl""". 

CS71.L954 1900 

4-541 

Lumisden. See also Strange. NE642.S8D4 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 429 

2065 Lumley. 

Records of the Lumleys of Lumley castle, by Edith Milner; 
ed. by Edith Benham. London, G. Bell and sons, 1904. 
xii, 380 p. incl. geneal. tables, front., pi., 11 port., geneal. tab. 29^"™. 
Title in red and black. 

DA28.35.L8M6 
5-6758 

2066 Lundy. 

The Lundy family and their descendants of whatsoever sur- 
name, with a biographical sketch of Benjamin Lundy, by Wil- 
liam Clinton Armstrong, A. m. New Brunswick, N. J., J. Hei- 
dingsfeld, printer, 1902. 

485 p. front., illufl., plates, ports., facsim. 24^"™. 

CS71.L962 1902 

a-22580 

Luscoxnb. See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 

2067 Lutz. 

The third reunion of the children of Jacob D. Lutz . . , [Cir- 
cleville, O., 1874] 
4 p. 24«"°. 

CS71.L976 1874 

2068 Lyford. 

Francis Lyford of Boston and Exeter, and some of his 
descendants; by William Lewis Welch . . . Salem, Printed for 
the Essex institute, 1902. 

1 p. 1., 88 p. 24i'"». 

From the Historical collections of the Essex institute, vol. xxxvii and 
xxxvni. 

CS71.L984 1902 

3-4170 

2069 Lyman. 

Genealogies of the Lymans of Middlefield, of the Dickinsons 
of Montreal, and of the Partridges, of Hatfield. Boston, D. 
Clapp & son, printers, 1865. 

29 p., 1 1. incl. geneal. tab. 24 J""". 

Comp. by James Taylor Dickinson. 

The "Genealogy of the Partridges of Hatfield" was compiled by S. D. 
Partridge. 

CS71.L986 1865 

3-486 

2070 Lyman anniversary. Proceedings at the reimion of the 

Lyman family, held at Mt. Tom and Springfield, Mass., August 
30th and 31st, 1871. Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell, 1871. 

59, [1] p. 23i<'°^. 

Addresses by Hon. Lyman Tremain and Rev. Lyman Coleman, d. d. 

CS71.L986 1871 

»-11600t 



430 LIBKAKY OF CONGRESS 

Lyman — Continued . 

2071 Genealogy of the Lyman family, in Great Britain and 

America; the ancestors and descendants of Richard Lyman, 
from High Ongar in England, 1631. By Lyman Coleman . . . 
Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell, 1872. 

xvi, [9]-533 p. front, (col. coat of arms) ports., fold, geneal. tab. 23"". 
p. 343-344 duplicated. 

CS71.L986 1872 

10-2213t 

See also Cooper. CS71.C777 1006 

Holton. CS71.H758 1881 

2071a Lynch. » 

Genealogical memoranda relating to the family of Lynch. 
London, Mitchell and Hughes, 1883. 
15 p. front. 29^"'°. 

Reprinted from Miscellanea et heraldica. London, 1874. 27"™. N. S. v. 4. 

CS439.L92 

10-11538 

2072 Lynde. 

The diaries of Benjamin Lynde and of Benjamin Lynde, jr.; 
with an appendix. Boston, Priv. print. [Cambridge, Riverside 
press] 1880. 

xvi, 251 p. front., port., facsim., geneal. tab. 22"™. 

Edited by Fitch Edward Oliver. 

Family of Lynde, p. iii-xvi. 

Pedigree of Browne and Lynde. 

3-41G7 

See also Bowdoin. CS71.B786 1894 

Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 

2073 Lynn. 

A history of a fragment of the clan Linn and a genealogy of 
the Linn and related families, by Dr. George Wilds Linn . . . 
[Lebanon, Pa., Report print] 1905. 

204, [13] p. 3 port. (incl. front.) 22^"™. 

13 blank pages at end, for records of marriages, births and deaths. 

CS71.L989 1905 

6-20341 

2073a Lyon. 

Life of General Nathaniel Lyon. By Ashbel Woodward, 
M. D. Hartford, Case, Lockwood & co., 1862. 
xii, [13]-360 p. front, (port.) plates, plan. 18 J"™. 
Genealogy, p. 349-356. 

4-6837 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 431 

Lyon — Continued . 

2074 Lyon of Ogil . . . [London, Field & Tiier, printers, 1869 ?] 

1 p. 1., 10 p., 1 1., incl. pi. 28i^'". 
Comp. by William Lyon, 10th laird of Ogil. 
Caption title. 

Seven sheets of additions and corrections in manuscript inserted. 
" Copy of a genealogical ms. lent by Walter F. Lyon, esq., London, in January, 
1869, the property of Mr. John Lyon ..." 

Manuscript note concerning William Lyon who emigrated to America in 1635, 
is inserted. 

CS479.L9 

2075 Lyon memorial. Massachusetts families, including de- 
scendants of the immigrants William Lyon, of Roxbury, Peter 
Lyon, of Dorchester, George Lyon, of Dorchester, with intro- 
duction treating of the English ancestry of the American fami- 
lies. Editors: A. B. Lyon(s) . . , G. W. A. Lyon . . . Associate 
editor: Eugene F. McPike . . . Detroit, Mich., W. Graham 
printing co., 1905. 

1 p. 1., [5H91 P- ill^M plates, ports. 21""'. 

CS71.L99 1906 

6-1360 

2076 Lyon memorial. Families of Connecticut and New Jersey, 

including records of the descendants of the immigrants, Richard 
Lyon, of Fairfield, Henry Lyon, of Fairfield, with a sketch of 
"Lyons farms" by S. R. Winans, jr. Illustrated with maps. 
Editor: Sidney Elizabeth Lyon . . . associate editors, Louise 
Lyon Johnson ... A. B. Lyons . . . Detroit, Mich., W. Gra- 
ham printing co., 1907. 

1 p. 1., [5J-453 p. illus. (maps) plates, ports., plan. 21"™. 
Lettered : Lyon memorial * *. 

CS71.L99 1907 

7-30467 

2077 Lyon memorial. New York families descended from the 

immigrant Thomas Lyon, of Rye, with introductory chapter by 
Dr. G. W. A. Lyon on the English Lyon families; with maps 
and facsimile reproductions of interesting ancient manuscripts. 
Editor: Robert B. Miller . . . associate editor: A. B. Lyons . . . 
Detroit, Mich., Press of W. Graham printing co., 1907. 

1 p. 1., [5J-539 p. illus., plates, ports., fold, facsims. 21^"™. 
Lettered : Lyon memorial * * * 

CS71.L99 1907a 

8-17282 

See also Dobyns. 0S71.D636 1908 

Washington. cs69.W5 vol. 2 

McAfee. See also Wood. CS71.W875 1906 



432 LIBRABY OF CONGRESS 

2078 McAleer. 

A study in the origin and signification of the surname McAleer 
and a contribution to McAleer genealogy, Comp. ... by 
George McAleer, m. d. Worcester, Mass., G. McAleer, 1909. 

103 p. 2 port. (incl. front.) fold, geneal. tab. (in pocket) 23<"". 

CS71.M113 1909 

^14498 

2079 McAUister. 

Descendants of Archibald McAllister, of West Pennsboro 
township, Cumberland County, Pa. 1730-1898. By Mary 
Catharine McAllister. Harrisburg, Pa., Scheffer's printing and 
bookbinding house, 1898. 

85, 93 p., 7 1. front., photos. 25°". 

CS71.M:114 1898 

Nov. 23, 98-142 

2080 Genealogical record of the descendants of Col. Alexander 

McAllister, of Cumberland County, N. C; also of Mary and 
Isabella McAllister. By Rev. D. S. McAllister. Richmond, 
Va., Whittet & Shepperson, 1900. 

244 p. front, (port.) igi""". 

Jan. 10, 1901-58 



CS71.M114 1900 



McAlpin. See also Lawson. cs7l.ii425 1903 

McArthur. See also Anderson. CS71.A55 190- 

2081 Macbeth. 

An abstract of a genealogical collection, by Malcolm Mac- 
beth . . . Vol. 1. St. Louis [Printed by Nixon- Jones printing 
CO.] 1907- 

1 V. illus. (facsims.) ports. 261"°'. 

Cover- title. 

CS71.M118 1907 

CA 9-1632 

McCabe. See also Jennings. CS71.J645 1899 

2082 McCall. 

One branch of the family tree of the McCall family. Descend- 
ants of James and Anna McCall, of Marshfield, Mass. By A, J. 
McCall. Bath, N. Y., Underbill, printer, 1884. 

geneal. tab. 27^ x 21^""^ fold, to 21i x 14<"°. 

CS71.M122 1884 

10-8907 

MacCallum More. See Argyll. 

McCarty. See also Lancaster. CS71.L245 1902 

McCarver. See also Conkling. cs7i.C752 1909 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 433 

2083 McClanahan. 

The McClanahans. [Roanoke, Va., The Stone printing and 

manufacturing company, 1894] 

43 p. fold, geneal. tab. 15^''™. 

Pref. signed: H. M. White. 

CS71.M126 1894 

8-2766 

McClarty. See also Glassell. F226.H41 

McClary. See McCleary. 

2084 McCleary. 

The McClary family. {In History of Nottingham, Deerfield 
and Northwood ... by Elliott C. Cogswell . . . Manchester, 
N. H., 1878. 25<"». p. 217-230.) F44.N0C6 

2085 A sketch covering four generations of the McClary family. 

Beginning with the immigration of Andrew McClary from Ulster 
in 1726, and ending with the death of Andrew McClary, of 
Peacham, Vt., in 1869. [By Horace P. McClary. Windsor, 
Vt., 1896] 

cover-title, 35, [1] p. 23i'"°. 

CS71.M127 1896 

9-17612 

McClintock. See also McKee. CS71.M156 1900 

2086 McClung. 

The McClung genealogy. A genealogical and biographical 
record of the McClung family from the time of their emigration 
to the year 1904. By Rev. William McClung . . . Pittsburgh, 
Pa., McClung printing company, 1904. 

296 p. front., plates, ports. 23J<='°. 

CS71.M128 1904 

4-31004 

2087 McCook. 

A brief historical sketch of the "Fighting McCooks" ... 
New York, The J. Kempster printing company [1903] 

cover-title, 28 p. incl. pi. 25J'''". 

Comp. by Henry Howe. 

"Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Scotch-Irish society of America 
[v. 6, p. 161-171]" 

CS71.M129 1903 

fr-3331 

McCord. See also McKinney. CS71.M168 1906 

Robinson. CS71.R66 1867 

35819°— 10 28 



434 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2088 McCormick. 

Family record and biography, Comp. by Leander James 
McCormick. Chicago, 1896. 

478, [16] p. plates, ports. 26<"°, 

CS71.M13 1896 
9-11937t 

2089 Scotch-Irish in Ireland and in America, as shown in 

sketches of the pioneer Scotch-Irish families McCormick, Ste- 
venson, McKenzie, and Bell, in North Carolina, Kentucky, 
Missouri and Texas. By Andrew Phelps McCormick . . . [New 
Orleans] 1897. 

2 p. 1., 174, 72 p., 1 1. 24"°'. 
Printed, not published. 

E184.S4M2 

2-8203 

2090 Point au Pelee island. A historical sketch of and an 

account of the McCormick family, who were the first white 
owners on the island. Amherstburg, Echo print, co., 1899. 

4 p. 1., 43 p. 23i<^°>. 
By Thaddeus Smith. 
Descendants of Alexander and Elizabeth (Turner) McCormick. 

CS71.M13 1899 

1-19560 

See also Kinney. 

Weitzel. 

McCoskey. See also Pound. 

McCoy. See also Pound. 

McCurda. See McCurdy. 

McCurdy. See also Hilton. 

Salisbury. 
Salisbury. 

2091 McDonald. 

Genealogy of the MacDonald family. Ed. B. Comprising 
all names obtained up to February, 1876. [New Haven, Conn., 
Press Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1876] 

6 p. 1., 123 p. 20i X 33"'". 

"Greeting" signed: F. V. McDonald. 

CS71.M134 1876 

9-11936t 

2092 Contributions to the early history of Bryan McDonald and 

family, settlers in 1689, on Red Clay Creek, Mill Creek Hundred 

(or Township) Newcastle County, Delaware. Together with a 

few biographical sketches and other statistics of general interest 

to their lineal descendants. By Frank V. McDonald . . . San 

Francisco, Winterburn & co., printers and electro typers, 1879. 

64, [1] p. front, (port.) 28"'". 

CS71.M134 1879 
»-18741t 



F225.M15 


CS71.W434 


1883 


CS71.P876 


1904 


CS71.P876 


1904 


CS71.H656 


1906 


CS71.S167 


1885 


CS71.S167 


1892 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 435 

McDonald — Continued. 

2093 — — Supplement no. 1 to edition B of the MacDonald genealogy. 
Containing records of the descendants of Jesse Peter, one of the 
pioneer settlers near Mackville, Washington County, Ken- 
tucky; together with a few remarks on the early history of the 
Peter family, and whatever other information of value concern- 
ing this branch of the name could be collected up to Feb. 25, 
1880. Comp. and ed. by Frank V. McDonald . . . Cambridge, 
University press, J. Wilson and son, 1880. 

72 p front., pi., ports. Sli*"". 

CS71.M134 1880 

9-18739t 

2094 History of the Macdonalds and Lords of the Isles; with 

genealogies of the principal families of the name. By Alexan- 
der Mackenzie . . . Inverness, A. & W. Mackenzie, 1881. 

xxiv, 534 p. 23^"°'. 

CS479.M2 
3-9292 

See also Clanronald. CS479.R8 

McKean. CS479.M3 

Robinson. CS71.R66 1907 

2095 McDonnell. 

The ancient Franciscan friary of Bun-na-margie, Ballycastle, 
on the north coast of Antrim: being a descriptive and historical 
notice of this once celebrated friary, so intimately associated 
with the family of Macdonnell, earls of Antrim. By Francis 
Joseph Bigger . . . With plans and drawings by William J. 
Fennell . . . Belfast, New York [etc.] M. Ward & co., limited 
[1898] 

45 p. incl. front., illue. 25"™. 

Special volume of Ulster journal of archaeology. 

&-9629 



DA990.T746U4 



2096 Macdonough. 

The Macdonough-HackstafI ancestry, by Rodney Macdon- 
ough. Boston, Press of S. Usher, 1901. 
1 p. 1., xii, 526 p. plates, porta., facBime. 24^"'°'. 
Limited ed. of 300 copies. 

CS71.M136 1901 

1-25831 

MacDougall. See also Argyll. da880.A6C1 

Robinson. cs7i.R6e 1907 



436 LIBEARY OF CONGEESS 

2097 McDowell. 

The McDowells. {In Historic families of Kentucky . , . By 

Thomas Marshall Green .. . 1st series. Cincinnati, 1889. 23^"°*. 

p. 1-116) 

F450.G79 

4-n464 

See also Buford. CS71.B93 1903 

Greenlee. , CS71.G842 1908 

2098 McFarland. 

Our kindred. The McFarlan and Stern families, of Chester 
County, Pa., and New Castle County, Del. In two parts . . . 
By Cyrus Stern. Ed. by Lizzie M. Marshall. Introduction by 
Jacob Taggart Stern. [West Chester, Pa., F. S. Hickman] 1885. 

5 p. 1., 179, [4] p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 26*"". 

CS71.M142 1886 

&-16613 

2099 History of the clan MacFarlane, (Macfarlane) MacFarlan, 

MacFarland, MacFarlin. By Mrs. C. M. Little. Tottenville, 
N. Y., Mrs. C. M. Little, 1893. 

viii, [9]-252, [2] p. front., illue., plates, ports. 23"™. 

For private circulation. 

CS71.M142 1893 

9-11931 

2100 Descendants of Daniel McFarland one of the Scotch Pres- 
byterians who settled in Worcester, Massachusetts. Comp. by 
Ellery B. Crane for the Worcester society of antiquity. Wor- 
cester, Mass., The Blanchard press, 1907. 

28 p. pi., ports. 24*"'". 

CS71.M142 1907 

9-13261 

See also McKinney. CS71.M158 1906 



Macfarlane. See McFarland. 
Macfarlin. See McFarland. 

2101 McGavock. 

The McGavock family. A genealogical history of James 
McGavock and his descendants from 1760 to 1903, by Rev. 
Robert Gray . . . Richmond, W. E. Jones, 1903. 

175 p. 23i'='". 

CS71.M144 1903 
6-2289 

2102 McGillycuddy. 

The McGillycuddy papers: a selection from the family 
archives of "the McGillycuddy of the Reeks," with an intro- 
ductory memoir; being a contribution to the history of the 
county of Kerry. By W. Maziere Brady . . . London, Long- 
mans, Green, and co., 1867. 

xxxiii, 209, [IJ p. 29<=™. 

DA916.3.M16B8 

4-34660 

McGinness. See Macginnis. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 437 

2103 Macginnis. 

Notes on the family of Magennis; formerly lords of Iveagh, 
Newry and Mourne, in the kingdom of Ulidia, Ireland. Col- 
lected from various authentic sources, by Edmund Francis 
Dunne . . . Salt Lake City, Utah, Printed at the Star printing 
office, 1878. 

1 p. 1., 17 p. 22"'°. 

DA916.3.M3D9 

8-4666t 

2104 Origin and history of the Magennis family : with sketches 

of the Keylor, Swisher, Marchbank and Bryan families . . . By 
John F. Meginness . . . Williamsport, Pa., Heller bros.' print- 
ing house, 1891. 

1 p. 1., 245, iii p. front., porta. 24«°'. 

CS71.M145 1801 
9-11936 

2105 McGinness and Scott families and their branches. Genea- 
logical notes. By Samuel W. McGinness and Mary R. Ford . . . 
Pittsburgh, Murdoch, Kerr & co., 1892. 

299 p. front., ports. 23^'"". 

CS71.M145 1802 
3-5668 

2106 Macgregor. 

History of the clan Gregor, from public records and private 
collections; comp. at the request of the Clan Gregor society by 
one of its vice-presidents, Amelia Georgiana Murray MacGregor 
. . . Edinburgh, W. Brown, 1898-1901. 

2 V. col. front, (coat of arms) 26^"'". 
Front, of V. 2: Old Mac Gr^or weapons & flag. 

CS470.M24 

2-8876 

Mcllhany. See also Kinney. F225.M15 

Mclntire. See also Flagg. CS71.F674 1003 

Zane. F405.M38 

2107 Mcintosh. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Andrew Mcintosh 
of Willington, Conn. . . . with a sketch of the family of David 
Lillibridge . . . By J. C. Mcintosh . . . Springfield, Mass., C. W. 
Bryan & co., printers, 1888. 

51 p. 22<=™. 

CS71.M15 1888 

3-490 

See also Baillie. CS71.B16 1808 

Buford. CS71.B03 1003 



438 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2108 Maclver. 

Account of the Clan-Iver. Aberdeen [W. Bennett, printer] 
1873. 
3 p. 1., Ill p. 25""". 
By Peter Colin Campbell. 
Edition limited to 150 copies. 

CS479.M26 

6-8684 

2109 Mack. 

Mack genealogy. The descendants of John Mack of Lyme, 
Conn., with appendix containing genealogy of aUied famiHes, 
etc. By Mrs. Sophia (Smith) Martin . . . Rutland, Vt., The 
Tuttle company, printers, 1903-04. 

2 V. 24"™. 

Paged continuously. 

CS71.M:162 1903-1904 

4-33874 

See also Treman. CS71.T78 1901 

2110 McKay. 

The genealogy of Hugh McKay and his lineal descendants. 

1788-1895. [Boston, 1895] 

76 p. 20i«"'. 

Signed William L. Kean. 

CS71.M153 1896 

1-1821 

2111 The book of Mackay, by Angus Mackay . . . Edinburgh, 

N. Macleod; Madoc, Ont., E. Mackay, 1906. 

X, 499, [1] p. illua., 4 pi. (2 col.) 12 port. (incl. front.) map. 26°". 

"The edition is limited to five hundred copies, of which this is no. 31, signed 

by the author." 

CS479.M28 

6-36624 

2112 McKean. 

Genealogy of the McKean family of Pennsylvania, with a 
biography of the Hon. Thomas McKean, ll. d. . . . By Rober- 
deau Buchanan. With an introductory letter by the Hon. 
Thomas F. Bayard, ll. d. Lancaster, Pa., Inquirer printing 
company, 1890. 

xiv, 273 p. front, (port.) facsims. 23«™. 

CS71.M:154 1890 

9-11934t 

2113 McKean genealogies, from the early settlement of Mc- 

Keans or McKeens in America to the present time, 1902; with 
portraits representing the different branches of the family. By 
Cornelius McKean . . . Des Moines, The Kenyon printing & 
mfg. CO., 1902. 

213 p. front., pi., ports., geneal. tab. 23^"'". 

*^ .*'.*' 'B CS71.M164 1903 

3-24079 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 439 

McKean — Continued, 

2114 McKean historical notes, being quotations from historical 

and other records, relating chiefly to MacIain-MacDonalds, many 
calling themselves McCain, McCane, McEan, Maclan, Mclan, 
McKean, MacKane, McKane, McKeehan, McKeen, McKeon, 
etc. Arranged and mostly comp. by Fred. G. McKean, U. S. N. 
Washington, D. C. [Press of Gibson bros.] 1906. 

250 p. illus. (incl. ports., maps, facsims.) pi. 24"°'. 

Mounted pattern of MacEeane tartan. 

Contains music. 

Supplements "McKean genealogies," by Cornelius McKean, published, 1902. 

cf. Introd. 

CS470.M3 

7-2575 

2115 McEee. 

American genealogy of the allied families McKee, McClintock, 
Mills, Stipp and Stewart. Comp. by James Robert McKee. 
Los Angeles, Cal., 1900. 

sheet. 107i x rii*"". 

CS71.M166 1900 

5-34160 

McEeen. See McKean. 

2116 Mackenzie. 

The genealogie of the Mackenzies, preceeding y* year m.dc.lxi. 
Wreattin in y® year m.dc.lxix. by a persone of qualitie. Edin- 
burgh, University press, 1829. 

2 p. 1., 16 p. 29"'". 

"Only 50 copies printed." 

"Printed from a ms. written by Sir George Mackenzie, of Rosehaugh, after- 
wards Earl of Cromarty, Viscount Tarbat . . . The editor was J. W. Mackenzie, 
esq. . . . " — Martin, Privately printed books, 1834. 

CS479.M32 1829 

2-27670 , 

2117 History of the clan Mackenzie; with genealogies of the 

principal families. By Alexander Mackenzie . . . Inverness, 
A. & W. Mackenzie, 1879. 

XX, 463, [1] p. fold, geneal. tab. 22i<"°. 

CS470.M32 1870 

ft-37483 

See also McCormick. E184.S4M2 

Mackey. See also Grant. CS479.Q7 

MacKinlay. See McEinley. 

2118 McKinley. 

The clan M*°Kinlay . . . lst-2d gathering. . . . [Chicago ?] 
1893-94. 
2 V. 20<=™. 
"Proem" signed: John Samuel Goodwin, historian. 

CS71.M157 1893-1894 

4-24206 



440 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

McKinley — Continued . 

2119 The Scotch ancestors of WilHam McKinley, president of 

the United States. Comp. by Edward A. Claypool . . . Chicago 
[Printed by Schulkins & co.] 1897. 

1 p. 1., 9-45, [1] p. front, (port.) illus. 19i='". 

CS71.M167 1897 

9-n932t 

2119a The life of William McKinley, including a genealogical 

record of the McKinley family and copious extracts from the 
late President's public speeches, messages to Congress, procla- 
mations, and other state papers . . . Illustrated with nearly 
two hundred photographs and four full pages in color. New 
York, P. F. Collier & son, 1901. 

iv, [2], 128 p. col. front., illus., 3 col. pi., ports. 26^"". 

By Oscar K. Davis and John K. Mumford. 

10-1238 

2120 McKinney. 

History of the families of McKinney — Brady — Quigley, by 
Belle McKinney Hays Swope . . . Newville, Penna, 1905. 
289, xvi, [201 P- col. front., 17 pi. (3 col.) port. 24'"". 

CS71.M168 1905 

7-42109 

2121 McKinstry. 

Genealogy of the McKinstry family, with a preliminary essay 
on the Scotch-Irish immigrations to America. By William 
Willis . . . Boston, H. W. Dutton & son, printers, 1858. 

28 p. 23*"™. 

CS71.M169 1868 

9-11933t 

2122 McKnight. 

Genealogical record of Thomas and iTarriet Clapp McKnight, 
Charles and Almira Clapp McKnight, and descendants, here 
styled the McKnight family circle. This book relates to but 
one branch of the family name. Compiled from authentic 
sources by William S. Brockway . . . [Milwaukee, Swain & 
Tate, printersl 1889. 

98 p. geneal. tab. 24°™. 



CS71.M16 1889 



3-480 



Maclachlan. See also Argyll. DA880.A6C1 

Maclaren. See also Kirby. CS71.K58 1898 

2123 MacLaughlin. 

The MacLaughlins of clan Owen. A study in Irish history. 
By John Patrick Brown . . . Boston, W. J. Schofield, 1879. 

V,[l]p., ll.,87p. ITi"-. ^o.or.,.0 

CS499.M2 

»-l9107t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 441 

2124 Maclay. 

The Maclays of Lurgan. Being a biographical sketch of the 
descendants of Charles and John Maclay who came to America 
in the year 1734. By Edgar S. Maclay, m. a. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
[Ogilvie print] 1889. 

6, [2], 7-80 p. 30i<"". 

Text within ornamental borders. 

Blank leaves interspersed. 

CS71.M162 1880 

9-1 501 4t 

2124a MacLean. 

An historical and genealogical accoimt of the clan Maclean 
from its first settlement at Castle Duart in the Isle of Mull, to 
the present period. By a Seneachie . . . London, Smith, Elder 
& CO. ; Edinburgh, Laing & Forbes, 1838. 

10 p. 1., xvi, 358 p. 22'-'°. 
Comp. by Lachlan Maclean. 

CS479.M34 

9-19337t 

2125 A history of the clan Mac Lean from its first settlement at 

Duard Castle in the Isle of Mull, to the present period; including 
a genealogical account of some of the principal families, together 
with their heraldry, legends, superstitions, etc. By J. P. Mac 
Lean . . . Limited ed. Cincinnati, R. Clarke &• co., 1889. 

480 p. front, (map) illue., port. 26" 



1-18885 



Rem 

CS71.M163 1889 



2126 — — The clan MacLean. Instituted 1892 . . . Glasgow, J. 
Thomlinson, 1893. 

64 p. illus. 21^""'. 

List of members: p. [59]-64. 

DA768.4.M3C6 

8-16630t 

2127 A brief history of the ancestry and posterity of Doctor 

Neil McLean, of Hartford, Conn. U. S. A. [By] John J. McLean. 
Palmyra, N. Y., 1900. 

iv, [5]-36 p. 22<"°. 

CS71.M163 1900 

3-4169 

2127a Clan Maclean association. Instituted 1892. List of 

members and office-bearers, &c., &c. 1908-1909. Glasgow, 
Printed by D. M. Goudielock [1908]. 
32 p. front, (port.) 18"°. 
Comp. by John Maclean. 

CS479.M34 1908 

10-13890 

2127b Pedigree of the Macleans of Drimnin, 1909 ... [Glas- 
gow? 1909]. 

geneal. tab. 30^X48"°'. 
Comp. by John MacLean. 

CS479.M34 1909 



442 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

MacLean — Continued . 

2127c Genealogy of the Macleans of Dowart, 1910. Chiefs of 

the clan . . . Comp. by John Maclean . . . [Glasgow? 1910] 
geneal. tab. 45J x 43"™. 

CS479.M34 1910 

See also McKean. CS479.M3 



2128 Macleod. 

History of the Macleods with genealogies of the principal 
families of the name. By Alexander Mackenzie . . . Inverness, 
A. & W. Mackenzie, 1889. 

XV, 463 p. 23"™. 

CS479.M36 1889 

9-26239 

2129 . . . The Macleods : a short sketch of their clan, history, 

folk-lore, tales, and biographical notices of some eminent clans- 
men. By the Rev. R. C. Macleod of Macleod. Edinburgh, The 
Clan Macleod society, 1906. 

118 p., 11. front., 6 port. 19"™. (Clan Macleod publications, no. 1) 
Errata slip. 

CS439.M18 
9-«566 

2130 MacManus. 

MacManus family. Communicated by Charles Sotheran. 
{In Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica. London, 1874. 27"™. 
n. s., V. 1, p. 161-168) 

CS410.M5n.s. vol.1 

See also Sotheron. CS439.S7 

McMasters. See also Larimer. CS71.L323 1903 

2131 McMath. 

Memorials of the McMath family; including a genealogical 
account of the descendants of Archibald McMath, who was born 
in Scotland about the year 1700 . . . Comp. by Frank M. 
McMath . . . Detroit, Speaker printing company, 1898. 

1 p. 1., xviii, 3-240 p. front., ports., coats of arms. 23°™. 

CS71.M167 1898 

1-10271 

McMichael. See also Lancaster. CS71.L246 1902 

McNaughton. See also Robinson. cs71.R66 1907 

Macomb. See also Qustin. cs7i.a982 1900 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 443 

2132 Macomber. 

Macomber genealogy, by Everett S. Stackpole . . . Lewiston, 
Me., Press of the Journal company [1908?] 

1 p. 1., [5]-252 p. 23i«'°. 

CS71.M171 1908 

See also Flagg. CS71.F574 1903 

Pierce. CS71.P616 1874 

McPheeters. See also Walker. CS71.W18 1902 

Macpherson. See also Byrd. E159.G56 

2133 McPike. 

The direct ancestry of Elizabeth & Helen McPike, of Chicago, 
Illinois. (Including families of Allen, Amaud, Babcock, 
Brabbs, Clark, Colburn, Curtis, Denton, Dumont, Fairfield, 
Forman, Guest, Halley, Leland, Lowe, Lyon, McPike, Moun- 
tain, Pike, Policy, Ranney, Rezeau, Ruggles, Shirtliff, Thurber, 
Tooke, Traverrier, Vechte, Vechten, Veghte, Waddingham, 
Wells.) With a reference-list of published articles, notes, etc., 
by Eugene Fairfield McPike, Chicago, Illinois. [1906] 

[16] 1. 26 J"". 

Typewritten copy, in cover, 30°°. 

CS71.M172 1906 

&-34313 

See also Pike. 

2134 Macrae. 

History of the clan Macrae, with genealogies, by the Rev. 
Alexander Macrae . . . Dingwall, A. M. Ross & company, 1899. 

xxiv, 442 p., 1 1. pi., map, facsim. 22^"™. 

CS479.M38 

2-12142 

See also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 



McSpadden. See also 'M.eigs. cs7i.M6ii 1906 

2135 McVicar. 

Memoranda relating to the McVickar family in America. 
[New York, 1906] 

221. 225""'. 

Introductory note signed Edward McVickar, William Constable Breed. 

CS71.M176 1906 

9-21010 

2136 Macy. 

Genealogy of the Macy family from 1635-1868. Comp. by 
Silvanus J. Macy . . . Albany, J. Munsell, 1868. 
1 p. 1., 457 p. front., ports., facsims. (partly fold.) 25"'°. 

CS71.M177 1868 

9-11930t 

Madison. See also Taylor. cs7i.T24 1898 

Willis. CS71.W73 1898 

Magennis. See Macginnis. 



444 LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS 

2137 Magoun, 

Descendants of Aaron, and Mary (Church) Magoun, of Pem- 
broke, Mass. ... 3d ed. By Samuel Breck . . . Washington, 
D. C, K. H. Darby, book and job printer, 1891. 
28, V, 14 p. illus. (ports.) 23"'°. 

"Supplement to the Magoun memorial . . . Descendants of John and 
Rebecka Magoun . . ." : 14 p. at end. 
p. 25-28 blank for additional records. 

CS71.M21 1891 

9-11929t 

Magruder. See also Zinnnermann. CS71.Z73 19— 

Maher. See O'Meagher. 

Mainwaring. See also Buck. CS71.B92 1909 

2138 Maitland. 

A genealogical and historical account of the Maitland family. 
Compiled from charters, deeds, parish registers, wills, and other 
authentic evidences, by George Harrison Rogers-Harrison, 
Windsor herald. London, Priv. print., 1869. 

11 p. 29"°'. 

Issued also in Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, v. 2, p. 205-213. 

CS439.M26 

9-18129t 

2139 Maitland of Lethington, and the Scotland of Mary Stuart; 

a history. By John Skelton . . . Edinburgh and London, W. 
Blackwood and sons, 1887-88. 

2 V. 23"'°. 

Closes with 1573. 

DA787.M2S6 

3-28332 

2140 Makepeace. 

The genealogy of the Makepeace families in the United States. 
From 1637 to 1857. By William Makepeace . . . Boston, 
Printed by D. Clapp, 1858. 

V p., 1 1., [9]-107 p. coat of arms. lO""". 

Autograph letter of author inserted. 

CS71.M234 1868 

9-11928t 

See also Gustin. CS71.G982 1900 



Malick. See Mellick. 

Mallery. See also Candee. CS71.C216 1882 

Mallet. See MaUett. 



AMEBICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 445 

2141 Mallett. 

John Mallet, the Huguenot, and his descendants, 1694-1894. 
Comp. by Anna S. Mallett. Harrisburg, Pa., Harrisburg pub- 
lishing company, 1895. 

XX, 342 p. col. front, (coat of arms) facsims. 27"™. 

CS71.M252 1896 

9-11927t 

Malsby. See Maulsby. 

2142 Maltby. 

Family record of the Maltby-Morehouse family. A list of 
pedigrees with genealogical notes, arranged for the convenience 
of the children of George Ellsworth Maltby and Georgia Lord 
(Morehouse) Maltby by their mother. [New Haven, Conn., 
The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor press, n895] 

ivp., 11., [5]-157p. 26^"°'. 

"A limited edition privately printed." 



9-U926t 

See also Maulsby. 



CS71.M26 1806 



Maltxuan. See also Comey. CS71.C732 1898 

Man. See Mann. 

Mandeville. See also Qustin. CS71.G982 1900 

2143 Mann. 

Genealogy of the Mann family, by Rev. Joel Mann. [n. p. 
1873] 
cover-title, 24 p. 19^°°. 

3-2817 



CS71.M28 1873 



2144 Record of the Man, Needles, (Nedels) and Hambleton 

families; with others affiliated thereunto, a. d. 1495 to a. d. 
1876., et seq. Rev., enl., and the modern records cor. by Samuel 
Hambleton Needles . . . Philadelphia, Printed for the subscrib- 
ers by E. Deacon, 1876. 

54, viii, 55-124 p. front. 25^ x 21«"». 
Blank leaves inserted for "Memoranda." 

CS71.M28 1876 

»-15615 

2145 Mann memorial. A record of the Mann family in America. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Richard Mann, of Scituate, 
Mass. Preceded by English family records, and an account of 
the Wrentham, Rehoboth, Boston, Lexington, Virginia, and 
other branches of the Manns who settled in this country. By 
George S. Mann. Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1884. 

251 p. front, (coats of arms) ports., geneal. tables. 23^"™. 

CS71.M28 1884 

9-12297t 



446 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2146 Manners. 

The Manners family. {In The great governing families of 

England, by John Langton Sanford and Meredith Townsend . . . 

Edinburgh, 1865. 23<''". vol. 1, p. 290- ) 

DA301.1.A1S2 

4-24748 

2147 Manning. 

Pedigree of Manning and allied families. By Henry F. 
Waters, a. m. [Boston, 1897] 
geneal. tab. 24 x 30^""". 
Reprinted from the New-Eng. hist, and geneal. register, 1897, vol. li. 

CS71.M283 1897 

3-27369 

2148 The genealogical and biographical history of the Manning 

families of New England and descendants, from the settlement 

in America to present time. i. The William Manning family, 

of Cambridge, Mass. ii. The Richard and Anstice Manning 

family, of Salem-Ipswich, Mass. in. Miscellaneous families . . . 

By William H. Manning. Salem, The Salem press co., 1902. 

V, 857 p. front., pi., port., facsim. 23^"™. 

CS71.M283 1902 

3-3809 

Mansel. See Maunsell. 

2149 Mansur. 

A partial record of the Mansur family. By John H. Mansur. 
[Royersford, Pa. ?] 1901. 
2 p. 1., 59 p. 22i<"n. 

Reprinted from the Genealogical quarterly magazine, Burlington, Vt., 1901. 

CS71.M286 1901 

1-19653 

Mapes. See also Conkling. CS71.C752 1909 

Sackett. cs7i.si2i 1897 

2150 Mar. 

The earldom of Mar in sunshine and in shade during five hun- 
dred years. With incidental notices of the leading cases of 
Scottish dignities from the reign of King Charles i. till now. 
In reply to an address to the peers of Scotland by Walter Henry, 
earl of Kellie, May 1879. Letters to the lord clerk register of 
Scotland (George Frederick earl of Glasgow, lord Boyle, etc.) by 
the late Alexander earl of Crawford and Balcarres, lord Lindsay, 
etc. . . . Edinburgh, D. Douglas, 1882. 

2 V. 23'='°. 

DA758.3.M3C9 

5-2685 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 447 

2151 Marcelus. 

A chart showing the ancestors and descendants of Nicholas A. 
Marcellus of Amsterdam, N. Y., and John N. Marselus of Sche- 
nectady, N. Y., comp, and drawn by J. Lawrence Marcellus . . . 
Brooklyn, 1881. 

geneal. tab. 61 x 47^"°' fold, to 31 J x 25i<="'. 

CS71.M314 1881 

9-18738t 

Marchbank. See also Macginnis. CS71.M145 1891 

Marchmont, Earls of. See Hume. 

2152 Marcy. 

Record of the Marcy family. Communicated to the N. E. 
hist, and gen. register for July, 1875, by Prof. Oliver Marcy . . . 
[Boston, 1875?] 

14 p. 24'^"'. 
Caption title. 



9-11939t 



CS71.M322 1876 



2153 Moses Marcy and his descendants. [By Oliver Marcy. 

EvanstonUll., 1897] 
cover-title, 15 p. 24^"™. 



2-28225 



CS71.M322 1807 



2154 Maris. 

The Maris family in the United States. A record of the 

descendants of George and Alice Maris. 1683-1885. Comp. 

for the family by George L. and Annie M. Maris. West Chester, 

Pa. [F. S. Hickman] 1885. 

xxxiii, 279 p. front., plates, ports. 27'"°. 

CS71.M342 1885 

9-15614 

2155 Markham. 

A history of the Markham family. By the Rev. David Fred- 
erick Markham. London, Printed by J. B. Nichols and sons, 
1854. 

xi, 116 p. front, (port.) illus., pi., geneal. tables. 221'"". 
Preface signed: "C. R. M." i. c. Sir Clements Robert Markham. 

CS439.M3 

4-9658 

See also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 



2156 Markley. 

Descendants of Jacob Markley of Skippack, Montgomery 
County, Pennsylvania . . . [By Henry Sarsaman Dotterer. 
Norristown] The Markley freundschaft, 1884. 
36 p. 23^'"°. 

CS71.M346 1884 
9-12288t 



448 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Markley — Continued. 

2157 Stammtafel der familie Merkle, nach den kirchenbiichern 

zu Bonfeld, oberamts Heilbronn, konigreich Wiirttemberg, und 

denen zu Wimpfen, grossherzogtum Hessen. [n. p.] Markley 

freundschaft of Montgomery Co., Pa., 1886. 

geneal. tab. 22 x 66"" fold to 24"'°. 

CS71.M346 1884 

1-22676 

See also Dotterer. CS71.D724 1903 



2158 Marks. 

Marks-Platt ancestry; comp. by Eliza J. Lines . . . South 
Beach, Conn., Pub. by request of A. A. Marks, 1902. 
1 p. 1., 98, [16] p. front., pi., port., geneal. tab. 24^"='. 
16 blank pages at end for descendants' record. 

CS71.M346 1902 

2159 Marmlon. 

Scrivelsby, the home of the champions. With some account 
of the Marmion and Dymoke families. Illustrated. By the 
Rev. Samuel Lodge . . . London, S. Stock; [etc., etc.] 1893. 

XV, [1], 199, [1] p. col. front., 13 pi., 3 port. 25i x 19J°"'. 

DA690.S42L8 

6-22734 

2160 Marsh. 

Genealogy of the family of George Marsh, who came from 
England in 1635 and settled in Hingham, Mass. By E. J. 
Marsh. Leominster, Press of F. N. Boutwell, 1887. 

vii, [9]-197, xxxii p. 23*°™. 

CS71.M365 1887 

9-8511 t 

2161 The genealogy of John Marsh of Salem and his descendants, 

1633-1888. Collected and published by Col. Lucius B. Marsh 

. . . Rev. and ed. by Rev. Dwight W. Marsh . . . Amherst, 

Mass., J. E. Williams, printer, 1888. 

283 p. 2U<"^. 

CS71.M365 1888 

6-869 

2162 Marsh genealogy. Giving several thousand descendants 

of John Marsh of Hartford, Ct. 1636-1895. Also including 

some account of English Marshes, and a sketch of the Marsh 

family association of America. Comp., ed. and pub. by Dwight 

Whitney Marsh . . . Amherst, Mass., Press of Carpenter & 

Morehouse, 1895. 

Ixvii, [1], 516 p., 1 1. pi., ports., diagrs., coat of arms. 24"". 

p. 469-[476] blank for memoranda. 

CS71.M365 1806 

9-12295t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 449 

Marsh — Continued . 

2163 Some notice of various families of the name of Marsh, 

Comp. by G. E, C. Exeter, W. Pollard & co., ltd., printers, 
1900. 

3 p. 1., 56 p. 24«"". 
Probably by G. E. Cokayne. 

CS439.H316 

9-24156 

2164 MarshaU. 

The Marshall family, or A genealogical chart of the descend- 
ants of John Marshall and Elizabeth Markham, his wife, 
sketches of individuals and notices of families connected with 
them. By W. M. Paxton . . . Cincinnati, R. Clarke & Co., 
1885. 

415 p. front, (port.) 21J'"°. 

Folded "Genealogical chart of the MarshaU family" and typewritten notes 
on "Some of the Marshall-Smitha ..." bound in at end. 

CS71.M367 1885 

»-l2296t 

See also Anderson. CS71.A66 loo- 

Qiles. CS71.G472 1864 

Ross. CS71.I1825 1008 

2165 Marsham. 

Register of the Marshams of Kent down to the end of the year 
1902. By the Hon. Robert Marsham-Townshend . . . London, 
M. Hughes and Clarke, 1903. 

15 1. 35 X 43i'">. 

CS43e.M3a 

&-28721 

2166 Marston. 

Memoirs of the Marstons of Salem, with a brief genealogy of 
some of their descendants . . . Reprinted from the New-Eng- 
land historical and genealogical register, vol. xxvii., 1873. 
Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1873. 

1 p. 1., 48 p. illus. 26"". 

"Two hundred copies." 

"Prefatory note" signed: John L. Watson. 

"Appendix. Containing brief genealogies of some of the descendants of Ben- 
jamin Marston and Elizabeth Winslow": p. [37J-48. 

CS71.M373 1873 

9-11924t 

2167 The Marston genealogy. In two parts. Comp. by Nathan 

Washington Marston, esq. . . . South Lubec, Me., 1888. 

xii, 594 p., 11. plates, ports. 23^"". 

CS71.M373 1888 

9-l?294t 

35819°— 10 29 



450 LIBKABY OF CONGRESS 

Marston — Continued . 

2168 Genealogical chart of a Marston family; Salem, Mass., 

Hampton, Moultonboro' and Sandwich, N. H. Comp. by 
Enoch Quimby Marston, m. d. Centre Sandwich, N. H. 
[Exeter, N. H., The News-letter press] 1898. 

geneal. tab. 31 x 55^^"™ fold, to 22^"'". 
Cover-title. 

On back of cover: Chart of American ancestry of John Marston and his wife 
Nancy (Anna) Moulton with their children and their husbands and wives. 

CS71.M373 1898 

9-12293t 

2169 Martin. 

Genealogical record of the Martin family. [Pine Grove? 
Ky., 1857] 
8 p. 23^"°'. 
Caption title. 

Signed: Sam'l D. Martin, near Pine Grove, Clark County, Ky. April 1857. 

CS71.M38 1867 

9-1229lt 

2170 Genealogical memoranda relating to the family of Martyn 

Comp. by Michael Williams . . . Privately printed. London, 
Mitchell & Hughes, 1873. 

14 p. illus. (coats of arms) 28i<"". 

CS439.M36 

9-18130t 

2171 Notices : genealogical and historical, of the Martin family, 

of New England, who settled at Weymouth and Hingham in 
1635, and were among the first planters of Rehoboth (in 1644), 
and Swansea (in 1667), with some account of their descendants. 
By Henry J. Martin. Boston, Lee and Shepard; New York, 
C. T. Dillingham, 1880. 

358 p. front., ports. 23"™. 

"Three hundred copies of this work are printed for private circulation among 
the family, of which this is no. 1." 

CS71.M38 1880 

9-12290t 

2172 An account of some of the later generations of the Martin 

family in America, by Richard A. Martin. New York, 1902. 

1 p. 1., [4] p. 17<"°. 

"Limited to 150 numbered copies . . . no. 60." 

CS71.M38 1902 

6-37333 

2173 The Martin family, descendants of Thomas Martin of 

Goochland Co., Virginia, by Irene Dabney Gallaway. Fayette- 
ville, Ark., Sentinel print, 1906. 

[28] p. 20J X ITi"". 

CS71.M38 1906 
10-6042 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 451 

Martin — Continued . 

See also Flagg. CS71.F674 1903 

Guild. CS71.G954 1891 

Pearson. P129.A96G3 

Pound. 0S71.P876 1904 

Washington. CS69.W6 

Marts. See also Pound. 0S71.P876 1904 

Martyn. See Martin. 

2174 Marvin. 

The EngUsh ancestry of Reinold and Matthew Marvin, of 
Hartford, Ct., 1638; their homes and parish churches. By 
William T. R. Marvin. Boston, Priv. print. [T. R. Marvin & 
son] 1900. 

184 p. pi., maps (partly fold.) 23§'"». 

CS71.M39 1900 

May 10, 1900-40 

2175 Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, 

Ct., 1638 and 1635, sons of Edward Marvin, of Great Bentley, 
England, by George Franklin Marvin . . . and William T. R. 
Marvin . . . Boston, T. R. Marvin & son, 1904. 

658 p., 1 1. front., platee, porta., 2 mape, facsiniB. 24^"™. 

CS71.M39 1904 

4-37010 

See also Mervyn. 

Salisbury. 0S7i.si67 1892 

Marvyn. See Marvin. 

Marye. See also Fontaine. P221.V82 

2176 Mason. 

Capt. John Mason, the founder of New Hampshire. Includ- 
ing his tract on Newfoundland, 1620; the American charters in 
which he was a grantee ; with letters and other historical docu- 
ments. Together with a memoir by Charles Wesley Tuttle, 
PH. D. Ed. with historical illustrations by John Ward Dean, 
A. M. Boston, The Prince society, 1887. 

xii p., 1 1., 492 p. plates, fold, map, geneal. tab. 22 x 18''™. {Added t.-p.: 
The publications of the Prince society ... [v. 17]) 

E186.P86 

3-24569 

2177 A record of the descendants of Robert Mason, of Roxbury, 

Mass. . . . Ed. by William L. Mason. Milwaukee [Burdick, 
Armitage & Allen, printers] 1891. 

8 p., 9-35 1., 36-39 p. 24"°'. 

CS71.M41 1891 

9-12289t 



452 



LIBBABY OF CONGRESS 



Mason — Continued. 

2178 Genealogy of the Sampson Mason family. Comp. by 

Alverdo Hay ward Mason. [Part I] East Braintree, Mass., 
Printed by A. II. Mason, 1902. 
1 V. front, (map) 25^^"". 
"This edition is limited to three hundred and fifty copies, of which this copy 

is no. 193." 

CS71.M41 1002 - 

9-n940t 

2179 Family record in our line of descent from Major John 

Mason of Norwich, Connecticut, by Theodore West Mason . . . 
New York, The Grafton press, 1909. 

59, 8, [4] p. front. 24i«». 

"Limited edition for private distribution." 



CS71.M41 1909 



9-31827 

See also Bailey. 
Baker. 
Boardman. 
Borton. 
Crispin. 
Hester. 



CS71.B17 

CS71.B739 
CS71.C933 
CS71.H588 



1908 
1896 
1849 
1908 
1901 
1906 



2180 Massasoit, Descendants of. 

Indian history, biography and genealogy: pertaining to the 
good sachem Massasoit of the Wampanoag tribe, and his de- 
scendants. With an appendix. By Ebenezer W. Peirce . . . 
North Abington, Mass., Z. G. Mitchell, 1878. 
xiii, [2], 261 p. front., pi., port. Wi""". 



2-15071 



Masterman. 



See also Dowse. 
Harris. 



Masters. See also Jenkins. 

2181 Mather. 

The Mather family. By Enoch Pond . . 
chusetts Sabbath school society, 1844. 
viii, [9]-180 p. front, (port.) 16«"'. 



E90.M4P3 

CS71.D762 1890 
CS439.H29 

CS71.J6 1904 

Boston, Massa- 

CS71.M427 1844 



9-12980t 



2182 



A memoir of the Rev. Cotton Mather, d. d., with a gene- 
alogy of the family of Mather. By Samuel G. Drake. Boston, 
C. C. P. Moody, printer, 1851. 

16 p. front., ports., geneal, tab. 24*"». 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 



CS71.M427 1861 



&-11946t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 453 

Mather — Continued . 

2183 Pedigree of the family of Mather. [Boston, C. C. P. 

Moody, printer, 1851] 

geneal. tab. 42 x 34<"» fold, to 22 x 18^"". 

Reprinted from the Memoir of the Rev. Cotton Mather, d. d. By Samuel 
Gardner Drake. 1851. 

CS71.M427 1861a 

»-12287t 

2184 Lineage of Rev. Richard Mather, by Horace E. Mather 

. . . Hartford, Conn., Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard 
company, 1890. 

539 p., 1 1. front., illus., plates, ports. 23"". 

CS71.M427 1800 

»-11945t 

2185 Abstracts of the wills of the Mather family, proved in the 

Consistory court at Chester from 1573 to 1650; by J. Paul 
Rylands . . . Boston, Priv. print. [D. Clapp & son] 1893. 

38 p. 1 pi. 23i'"°. 

Reprinted from the New-Eng. hist, and geneal. register for January, 1893. 

0S71.M427 1803 

3-4181 

2186 Matheson. 

History of the Mathesons, with genealogies of the various 
families, by Alexander Mackenzie ... 2d ed. Edited, largely 
re-written, and added to, by Alexander Macbain . . . Stirling, 
E. Mackay; London, Gibbings & Coy, ltd., 1900. 

xi, [1] p., 1 1., 162 p. front, (port.) illus., 4 pi. (1 col.) 230™. 

CS470.M4 

4-4171 

Matlack. See also Lamb. • CS71.L218 ieo4 

2187 Matthew. 

Family history [of Matthews and Denman families] Comp. 
by Mary Rebekah Matthews . . . Newton, N. J., Press of W. H. 

Nicholls, 1897. 
cover-title, 1 p. 1., 16 p. 22i<"". 

CS71.M44 1807 

6-24594 

Matthews. See Matthew. 

2188 Maule. 

Genealogy of the Maule family, with a brief account of 
Thomas Maule, of Salem, Massachusetts . . . [Comp. by Rich- 
ard L. Nicholson] [Philadelphia, 1868] 

15 p. 23=™. 

Caption title. 

Cover-title: M., a. d. 996. a. d. 1868, [with coat of arms] 

CS71.M440 1868 

10-6582 

See also Holbrow. » CS430.H6 



454 LIBRAKY OF CONGRESS 

2189 Maiilsby. 

Genealogy of the Maulsby family for five generations, 1699- 
1902; comp. by careful research among Quaker, government 
and family records by Cora M. (Patty) Payne . . . Des Moines, 
G. A. Miller, 1902. 

5 p. 1., 142 p., 1 1., 10 1., [2] p. illus., pi., port., fold, map, facsim. (partly 
fold.) 24"'". 

CS71.M45 1902 
3-3828 

2190 Early Maltby, with some Roades history and that of the 

Maulsby family in America, descendants of William and Mary 
Maltby, emigrants from Nottinghamshire, England to Pennsyl- 
vania. By Ella K. Barnard. Baltimore, 1909. 

7 p., 1 1., ii, 388 p., 1 1. front., illus., plates, port., facsims. (1 fold.) 241°™. 

CS71.M45 1909 

9-12868 

See also Maltby. 

2190a Maunsell. 

History of Maunsell, or Mansel, and of Crayford, Gabbett, 
Knoyle, Persse, Toler, Waller, Castletown; Waller, Prior park; 
Warren, White, Winthrop, and Mansell of Guernsey. Comp. 
by Robert George Maunsell. Cork, Guy and company, limited. 
1903. 

6 p. 1., 185 i. e. 186 p. front, (port.) plates, facsim. 25^"™. 

Blank leaves interspersed. 

CS439.M37 

10-11182 

See also Munsell. 

Maupin. See also Miller. CS71.M65 1907 

2191 Mauran. 

Memorials of the Mauran family. Collected in part by James 
Eddy Mauran. Comp. by John C. Stockbridge. Providence 
[Snow & Farnham, printers] 1893. 

4 p. 1., 171 p. incl. ports, front, (coat of arms) pi. 23^"™. 

Interleaved. 

CS71.M463 1893 

9-11944t 

2192 Maurice. 

Pedigree of the families of Maurice, Owen, etc., of Clenenney 
in the county of Carnarvon, and of Porkington (now Brogyntyn) 
in the county of Salop; shewing the descent of the estates in 
England and Wales, of John Ralph, lord Harlech. Privately 
printed. London, 1876. 

1 p. 1., 8 p. coat of arms. 28^"°'. 

Comp. by William Watkins Edward Wynne. 

Issued also in Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, new series, vol. ii, p. 

289-296. 

CS459.M3 

9-19349t 

Maury. See also Fontaine. r22i.V82 

Taylor. cs71.T24 1898 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 455 

2193 Maverick. 

Remarks on the Maverick family and the ancestry of Gov. 
Simon Bradstreet. By Isaac J. Greenwood. Boston, Press of 
D. Clapp & son, 1894. 

8 p. 24i<"". 
Cover-title. 

"Reprinted from the N. E. historical and genealogical register for April, 
1894." 

CS71.M461 1894 

»-3048 

2194 Maxwell. 

Memoirs of the Maxwells of Pollok, by William Fraser . . . 
Edinburgh, 1863. 
2 V. illus., plates, ports., facsims. 29^°™. 
Engr. t.-p.; plates printed on both sides. 

DA768.3.M4F8 

8-22936 

2195 The cartulary of PoUok-Maxwell. By William Fraser. 

Edinburgh [T. & A. Constable] 1875. 

xiv, 421, [1] p. illus., facsim. 29<='°. 
Illus. t.-p. in colors. 

This impression consists of only 20 copies, privately printed for Sir Wm. 
Stirling Maxwell. 

DA768.3.M4F7 
»-22935 

2196 The Maxwell family. Descendants of John and Ann Max- 
well, 1701-1894. With appendix containing sketch of the 
Maxwell family and biographical sketches. Comp. by Henry D. 
Maxwell . . . Easton, Pa. [Easton express print] 1895. 

2 p. 1., 85 numb. 1. coat of arms. 26'=™. 

CS71.M466 1896 

^11943t 

See also Habersham. CS71.H114 1901 



2197 May. 

A genealogy of the descendants of John May, who came from 
England to Roxbury, in America, 1640. Boston, Franklin 
press: Rand, Avery & co., 1878. 

1 p. 1., XXXV p., 1 1., 175 p. 25"". 

The first suggestion of the work came from Richard S. Edes. 

p. 171-172 omitted. 

Introduction signed: Samuel May... John Wilder May .. . John Joseph 
May. 

CS71.M467 1878 

9-11942t 

2198 Mayer. 

Memoir and genealogy of the Maryland and Pennsylvanian 
family of Mayer which originated in the free imperial city of 



456 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

2198 Mayer — Continued. 

Ulm, Wurtemberg: 1495-1878. By Brantz Mayer. [Balti- 
more, Md., Priv. print, for the family by W. K. Boyle & son, 

1878] 

1 p. 1., [5]-179 p. front., illus., pi. 25^"°'. 

CS71.M468 1878 

9-11941t 

Mayfield. See also Boone. CS71.B726 1902 

2199 Mayhew. 

Indian converts: or, Some account of the lives and dying 
speeches of a considerable number of the Christianized Indians 
of Martha's Vineyard, in New-England . . . By Experience 
Mayhew ... To which is added, Some account of those English 
ministers who have successively presided over the Indian work 
in that and the adjacent islands. By Mr. Prince . . . London, 
Printed for S. Gerrish, bookseller in Boston in New-England; 
and sold by J. Osborn [etc.] 1727. 

7, ix-xxiv, 310 p. Id""^. 

The narrative of Thomaa Prince (p. [277]-310) has separate t.-p. 

E78.M4M24 

6-19809 

2200 The venerable Mayhews and the aboriginal Indians of 

Martha's Vineyard. Condensed from Rev. Experience May- 
hew's history printed in London in 1727, and brought down to 
the present century. By William A. Hallock . . . New York, 
American tract society [''1 874] 

190 p. front. 15i'=°'. 

From Mayhew 's "Indian converts: or, Some account of the lives and dying 
speeches of a considerable number of the Christianized Indians of Martha's 
Vineyard." 

E78.M4H2 

5-10337 

2201 The English ancestry of Gov. Thomas Mayhew of Martha's 

Vineyard 1593-1682, by Charles Edward Banks, m. d. Cam- 
bridge, Mass., Lucy H. Greenlaw, 1901. 

10 p. front, (coat of arms) geneal. tab. 24^°™. 

CS71.M469 1901 

4-24926 

2202 Mead. 

History and genealogy of the Mead family of Fairfield 
County, Connecticut, eastern New York, western Vermont and 
western Pennsylvania from a. d. 1180 to 1900; by Spencer P. 
Mead . . . New York, The Knickerbocker press, 1901. 

vii p., 1 1., 471 p. col. front., pi., port. 25°™. 

CS71.M48 1901 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 457 

Mead — Continued . 

2203 Genealogical index to the Genealogy of the Mead family 

published in 1901, by Spencer P. Mead . . . N[ew] Y[ork] The 
Knickerbocker press, 1907. 
1 p. 1., 73 p. 24i''°». 

CS71.M48 leOla 

1-27748 

See also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 



Meagher. See also O 'Meagher. 

Medbery. See Medbury. 

Medbury. See also Wilcox. CS71.W667 1002 

Meech. See also Walbridge. CS71.W16 1898 

Meet. See also Crall. CS71.C889 1908 

Meginness. See Macginnis. 

2204 Meigs. 

Record of the descendants of Vincent Meigs, who came from 
Dorsetshire, England, to America about 1635 . . . By Henry B. 
Meigs. [Baltimore, Md., J. S. Bridges & co., 1901] 
374 p. front, (port.) illus., pi. 28J<^"'. 
Blank pages inserted for genealogical data. 

CS71.M611 1901 
a-11712 

2205 Meigs chart of American ancestry. [Baltimore, 1902 

geneal. tab. 43^ x 71^=°'. 

Comp. by Henry Benjamin Meigs. 

CS71.M611 1902 
8^93 

2206 The Meigs tribe, 346 yrs: 1559-1905 a. d. ... table made 

by Captain Joe Vincent Meigs in April 1905. [Boston?] 1905. 

blue-print geneal. tab. 61 x 49^°"' fold, to 25 x 15 J*"". 

CS71.M611 1906 
CA 6-2655 

2207 The Meigs tribe, 346 yrs. : 1559 to 1905 a. d. Comp. by 

Joe Vincent Meigs. Boston, 1905. 

blue-print geneal. tab. 61 J x 48i°°> fold, to 24 x 15i"°. 
Dated August, 1905. 
Ist edition, April, 1905. 

CS71.M611 1906a 

CA 6-2654 

2208 The commixtion of the tribes in the United States of 

America, of McSpadden — Love-— Meigs — Clendinen — Van Bib- 
ber — Pope and others is here shown; an effort, to know myself, 
and to inform my sons — grand children, and many others, from 



458 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

2208 Meigs— Continued. 

whence their individuality came — Most of this matter came 
from Bible records — from my own papers and letters of my 
father — The Clendinen matter from Mrs Delia A. McCulloch 
and Mrs Edith Clendinen Miller Stephens of W. Va. The 
names of data furnishers are all given below. Joe Vincent 
Meigs. [Boston] 1906. 

blue-print geneal. tab. 54^ x SO""" fold, to 20 x 14"'". 

CS71.M511 1906 

6-46416 

See also Clendinen. CS71.C627 1905 

2209 Melbourne. 

The history of Melbourne, in the county of Derby, including 
biographical notices of the Coke, Melbourne, and Hardinge 
families : by John Joseph Briggs. 2d ed. Derby, Bemrose and 
son; London, Whittaker and co. [1852] 

8 p. 1., [9]-205 p. front., 6 pi., 2 port., 2 plane. 25^"'". 

DA690.M55B8 

3-14497 

Melick. See Mellick. 

2210 Mell. 

The genealogy of the Mell family in the southern states. By 
Dr. and Mrs. P. H. Mell . . . [Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons] 
1897. 

61, xxviii p. incl. pi. front., pi., port. 20^°™. 

Blank leaves inserted. 

CS71.M623 1897 

1-11967 

2211 Mellick. 

The story of an old farm; or. Life in New Jersey in the 
eighteenth century, by Andrew D. Mellick, jr. With a genea- 
logical appendix. Somerville, N. J., The Unionist-Gazette, 
1889. 

xxiv, [2], 743, [1] p. front., plates. 25«'°. 

"Moelich-Malick-Melick-Mellick genealogy": p. [627]-713. 

P142.S6M7 

13406 

Meloy. See also Dawson. CS71.D272 I874a 

Melvin. See also Palmer. CS71.P175 1901-1905 

2212 Menteith. 

The lake of Menteith: its islands and vicinity, with historical 
accounts of the priory of Inchmahome and the earldom of 
Menteith; by A. F. Hutchison, m. a. Illustrated with pen and 
ink drawings by Walter Bain. Stirling, E. Mackay, 1899. 

xxxiv, 368 p. incl. illus., pi., plans. 25^"™. 

"Alphabetical list of . . . authorities": p. [xvii]-xxii. 

DA880.H6H9 

S-4128 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 459 

2213 Menzies. 

The Menzies clan society ... Its history, objects, biogra- 
phies, members, etc. By D. P. Menzies . . . Glasgow, Laird, 
Mclntyre & co. [18971 

1 p. 1., 28 p. le-"". 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS479.M6 1897 

9-19340t 

2214 The Red and white book of Menzies ; a review. By C. 

Poyntz Stewart . . . Exeter, W. Pollard & co., ltd., printers, 
1906. 

20 p. 24<"°. 

Reprinted from the Genealogist, n. s., vol. xxii, October, 1905. 

CS470.M5 1906 

&-43478 

2216 The ''Red and white" book of Menzies ... by D. P. Men- 
zies ... 2d ed., priv. print. Plean castle, Mengieston, Bal- 
meinnarigh, Plean, Stirlingshire, 1908. 

1 p. 1., xxiv, [4], 529 (i. e. 563), [1] p. front., illus., plates (partly col.) 
ports. 26'"". 

The first ed. with extra pages inserted. Contains also the original t.-p., with 
imprint: Glasgow, Banks & co., printers, 1894. 

CS479.M5 1908 

8-32483 

2215a Mercer. 

The life of General Hugh Mercer . . . and a genealogical 
table of the Mercer family. By John T. Goolrick . . . New 
York & Washington, The Neale publishing company, 1906. 
140 p. 11 pi., 4 port. (incl. front.). 20J<='°. 

6-24130 

Meredith. See also Ross. CS71.R826 1908 

Meres. See also Deacon. CS71.D278 1898 

Meriam. See Merriazn. 
Meriwether. See Merryweather. 
Merkle. See Markley. 

2216 Merriam. 

Some Meriams and their connection with other families. By 
Rufus N. Meriam . . . Worcester, Mass., Private press of F. P. 
Rice, 1888. 

52 p. 24i<"°. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Worcester society of antiquity for 1887. 

CS71.M667 1888 

9-12306t 



460 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Merriam — Continued . 

2217 The family of Merriam of Massachusetts. By W. S. 

Appleton. Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1892, 

1 p. 1., 15 p. ISi""". 

"Corrected and enlarged from the New-England historical and genealogical 
register for April, 1868, and April, 1870." 

CS71.M667 1892 

9-12517t 

2218 Genealogical memoranda relating to the family of Mer- 
riam by Charles Pierce Merriam and C. E. Gildersome-Dickinson. 
London, Priv. print, at the Chiswick press, 1900. 

1 p. 1., viii, 99, [1] p., 1 1. plates, fold, geneal. tables. 30*"". 
Limited edition of 112 copies. 

CS430.M4 

1-3420 

2219 Merriam genealogy in England and America, including the 

"Genealogical memoranda" of Charles Pierce Merriam, the col- 
lections of James Sheldon Merriam, etc. Comp. by Charles 
Henry Pope. Boston, C. H. Pope, 1906. 
XV, 500 p. plates, ports., facsim., geneal. tables. 25"™. 
Includes a reprint of the larger part of "Genealogical memoranda" by C. P. 
Merriam and C. E. Gildersome-Dickinson. 
Appendix: Massachusetts soldiers and sailors in the war of the revolution. 

CS71.M667 1906 

6-37961 

See also Flagg. CS71F674 1903 

2220 Merrick. 

Genealogy of the Merrick — Mirick — Myrick family of Massa- 
chusetts, 1636-1902, by George Byron Merrick. Madison, Wis., 
Tracy, Gibbs & company, 1902. 

vi, [2], 494 p. 3 pi. (1 col.) 12 port. (incl. front.) 23<="". 

CS71.M568 1902 

3-18026 

See also Corliss. CS71.C8 1876 



2221 Merrill. 

Genealogy prepared and published in 1864, by Heman H. 
Barbour as an appendix to his book entitled. My wife and my 
mother. Hartford, Press of Wiley, Waterman & Eaton, 1885. 
1 p. 1., 84 p. 2 diagr. 20"'". 
Ancestry of Frances E. Merrill and Naomi Humphrey. 

CS71.M67 1886 

9-11938t 

2222 The Merrill family, by William M. Sargent, esq. Reprint 

from the Maine historical and genealogical recorder. Portland, 
Me., S. M. Watson, 1886. 

1 p. 1., 4 p. illuB. 23"™. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS71.M57 1886 

1-2602 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 461 

Merrill — Continued. 

2223 A memorial for Rev. Moses Merrill, and his wife, Eliza 

(Wilcox) Merrill, missionaries of the American Baptist mission- 
ary union, to the Otoes, in Indian Territory (now Nebraska), at 
Bellevue and the Platte River, six miles from its mouth, from 
1833 to 1840. [Rochester, N. Y., 1888] 

10 p. IS""". 

By Samuel Pearce Merrill. 

Caption title. 

CS71.M57 1888 

9-12304t 

2224 A contribution to the genealogy of the Merrill family in 

America; being a particular record of the ancestry of Hamilton 

Wilcox Merrill, by his son Frederick J. H. Merrill. Albany, 

Printed privately for the writer and for his friends, 1899. 

20 p. 2 fold, geneal. tab. (incl. front.) 23^"°. 

CS71.M67 1800 

4-24961 

2225 The American ancestors of George W. Merrill of Saginaw, 

Michigan, with other family records comp. by his son, William 
Merrill. Saginaw, Mich., 1903. 

1 p. 1., 25 p. illufl. (coat of arms) 21"'". 

0S71.M67 1003 

4-24947 

See also Sinclair. 0871. sei6 1806 



Merrixnan. See Merryman. 

2226 Merritt. 

[Merritt records. Rhinebeck, N. Y., 1908 ?1 
cover-title, [14] p. 24i«'". 
First two leaves, 27^°"'. 
Comp. by Douglas Merritt. 

Contents. — Early records of English Merritts. — Early American Merritts. — 
Thomas Merritt of Rye, N. Y., and first three generations of his descendants. 

CS71.M670 1008 

10-5267 

2227 Merryman. 

Walter Merryman of Harpswell, Maine and his descendants, 
by Rev. Charles Nelson Sinnett. Concord, N. H., Rumford 
printing co., 1905. 

123 p. 23''«». 

CS71.M671 1006 

&-28554 

See also Adams. os71.A2 I804a 



462 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

2228 Merryweather. 

The Meriwethers and their connections. A family record, 
giving the genealogy of the Meriwethers in America together 
with biographical notes and sketches ... By Louisa H. A. 
Minor. Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 1892. 

180 p. front, (coat of arms) pi., ports. 24"°'. 

Interleaved. 

CS71.M573 1802 

9-12518t 

See also Jones. CS71.J76 1891 

Taylor. CS71.T24 ises 

2229 Mervyn. 

Fasciculus mervinensis; being notes historical, genealogical, 
and heraldic of the family of Mervyn. By Sir William Richard 
Drake . . . London [Printed by Metchim & son] 1873. 

[184] p. illus. (coats of arms) fold, geneal. tables. 31"™. 

Various paging. 

Privately printed. 

CS439.M46 1873 

7-12602 

2230 Tabular pedigree of the Durford abbey branch of the Mer- 
vyn family. [London, 1873] 

6 p. illus. (coats of arms) 29^"™. 

Reprinted from Fasciculus Mervinensis ... By Sir William Richard Drake. 
London, 1873. 31"". app. 2. (p. i-iv) 
Issued also in Miscellanea genealogica etheraldica, n. s., 1874, v. 1, p. 423-426. 

CS439.M46 1873a 

9-19127t 

See also Bramshott. DA670.H2C2 

Marvin. 

Messer. See also Corliss. CS71.C8 1876 

2231 Messinger. 

Genealogy of the Messinger family. Comp. by Hon. George 
W. Messinger. Albany, J. Munsell, 1863. 

14 p. 23^'''". 

Title vignette. 

" Reprinted from the N. E. historical and genealogical register for October, 
1862." 

CS71.M584 1863 

9-12533t 

2232 The Messinger family in Europe and America. By 

George Washington Messinger . . . With a memoir of Hon. Dan- 
iel Messinger of Boston, by John Ward Dean, a. m. Reprinted 
from the N. E. historical and genealogical register for October, 
1862. Lowell, Mass., G. M. Elliott, 1882. 

12 p. 24J<'°>. 

CS71.M584 1882 

9-12532t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 463 

2233 Messier. 

A history or genealogical record of the Messier (Metselaer) 
family, comp., arranged, and ed. by Remsen Varick Messier; 
together with a prefatory note and biographical sketches of the 
editor's father, grandfather, and great-grandfather . . . Chi- 
cago, The Lakeside press, 1903. 

106 p., 1 1. front., port. 24'"°. 

"Printed for private distribution." 

"The edition of this work is limited to two hundred copies, of which this vol- 
ume is numbered 87." 

p. 99-106 blank, for family record. 

CS71.M585 

3-15153 

2234 Metcalf . 

Metcalf genealogy. Prepared by Isaac Stevens Metcalf, of 
Elyria, Ohio, for the children and descendants of Isaac Metcalf, 
who was bom at Royalston, Massachusetts, February 3, 1783, 
and died in Boston, April 17, 1830. Cleveland, The Imperial 
press, 1898. 

62 p. 23i<='°. 

"Printed for private circulation." 



CS71.M588 1808 



2-22147 



See also Driver. CS71.D782 1880 

Gamble. cs7i.Gioi looe 

Harris. cs71.H315 1861 

Metselaer. See Messier. 

Michelet. See also Mickley. CS71.M625 1803 

2235 Mickley. 

The genealogy of the Mickley family of America. Together 
with a brief genealogical record of the Michelet family of Metz, 
and some interesting and valuable correspondence, biographical 
sketches, obituaries and historical memorabilia. Comp. by 
Minnie F. Mickley. Mickleys, Pa. [Newark, N. J., Printed by 
Advertiser printing house] 1893. 

182 p., 1 1. ports., coat of arms. 22"°. 

CS71.M625 1803 

9-12531t 

Middagh. See also Crall. CS71.C880 lOOS 

2236 Middlebrook. 

Register of the Middlebrook family, descendants of Joseph 
Middlebrook of Fairfield, Conn., by Louis F. Middlebrook . . . 
Hartford, Conn. [C. L. & B. co.] 1909. 

2 p. 1., [7]-411, [1] p. incl. plan. pi. 27^""'. 

"This edition is limited to two hundred and fifty-two copies, no. 2." 

CS71.M627 1000 

»-18929 



464 LIBBAKY OF CONGKESS 

2237 Middleton. 

The earls of Middleton, lords of Clermont and of Fettercairn, 
and the Middleton family. By A. C. Biscoe. London, H. S. 
King & CO., 1876 [1875] 

X p., 1 1., 398 p. 19J<"». 

DA768.3.M6B6 

4-2261 

2238 Mifflin. 

Memoranda relating to the Mifflin family. By John Houston 
Merrill. [Philadelphia] Printed for private distribution [1890J 
91 p. pi. 24i<"". 

CS71.M633 1800 

9-15618 

2239 Life and ancestry of Warner Mifflin, Friend — philanthro- 
pist — patriot; comp. by Hilda Justice. Philadelphia, Ferris & 
Leach, 1905. 

240 p. front., fold, map, 2 facsim. 22'' 



5-14821 



CS71.M633 1006 



2240 Mildmay. 

Genealogical memoranda relating to the family of Mildmay. 
Privately printed. London, Taylor & co., printers, 1871. 
1 p. 1., 19 p. illus. (coats of arms) 281"". 
Mildmay pedigrees, communicated by E. J. Sage. 

Issued also in Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, v. 2, p. 192-200, 261-269. 

CS430.M5 

»-18128t 

2241 Miles. 

Annals of Miles ancestry in Pennsylvania and story of a 
forged will, by Charles H. Banes . . . Philadelphia, G. H. 
Buchanan & company, 1895. 

182 p. front., illus., plates (partly fold.) ports., facsims. 20^"™. 

CS71.M642 1805 

10-5271 

Millanges. See Milliken. 

Milledge. See also Habersham. CS71.H114 looi 

2242 Miller. 

Ancestry of the children and grandchildren of Warwick P. 
and Mary M. Miller. [Spencerville ? Md., 1896] 

20 p. 2^<"^. 

Printed on one side of leaf only. 

Preface signed: Warwick P. Miller. Spencerville, Md. 

CS71.M65 1806 

9-12530t 

2243 History and genealogies of the families of Miller, Woods, 

Harris, Wallace, Maupin, Oldham, Kavanaugh, and Brown 
(illustrated) with interspersions of notes of the families of 
Dabney, Keid, Martin, Broaddus, Gentry, Jarman, Jameson, 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 466 

2243 Miller— Continued. 

Ballard, Mullins, Michie, Moberley, Covington, Browning, 
Duncan, Yancey and others, by W. H. Miller . . . [Lexington, 
Ky., Press of Transylvania co.] 1907. 
2 p. 1., [3]-728, 127 p. ports. 24^'='", 

a-6966 



CS71.M65 1907 



See also Cooper. OS71.C777 looe 

Davidson. cs71.D262 

Fulton. CS71.F974 1900 

Hole. CS71.H729 1904 

Milles. See Mills. 
Millican. See Mi 111 ken. 
Millikan. See Milliken. 

2244 Milliken. 

History of the families Millingas and Millanges of Saxony 
and Normandy, comprising genealogies and biographies of 
their posterity sumamed Milliken, Millikin, Millikan, Millican, 
Milligan, Mulliken and Mullikin, a. d. 800-a. d. 1907; contain- 
ing names of thirty thousand persons, with copious notes on 
intermarried and collateral families, and abstracts of early land 
grants, wills, and other documents . . . Comp. by Rev. Gideon 
Tibbetts Ridlon, sr. . . . Lewiston, Me., Pub. by the author, 
1907. 

xxxvi, 846 p. front., plates, porta., coats of anna. 25"™. 

Folded leaf containing addenda to p. 490-492 inserted after p. 510. 

CS71.M664 1907 

7-41060 

Millikin. See Milliken. 
Millingas. See Milliken. 

2245 MiUs. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Mills, one of the 
first settlers in Dunbarton, N. H. Prepared by Ella Mills. 
Marlboro, Mass., Times book and job print., 1893. 

32 p. 20 X 16<"°. 

Errata slip inserted. 

CS71.M667 1893 

9-12529t 

See also McKee. CS71.M166 1900 

Maulsby. cs71.M45 1902 

Tyssen. CS439.T93 

Vinton. CS71.V79 1868a 

36819°— 10 30 



466 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2246 MUton. 

Papers connected with the affairs of Milton and his family. 
Ed. by John Fitchett Marsh, from the original documents in 
his possession. [Manchester] Printed for the Chetham society, 
1851. 

Ip. l.,46p. 1 fold, facsim. 23"'°. 

(In Chetham society. Remains historical and literary connected with the 
palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester, vol. xxiv) 

DA670.L10C5 vol. 24 

See also Kinney. F225.M16 



2247 Minet. 

Some accovnt of the Hvgvenot family of Minet, from their 
coming ovt of France at the revocation of the edict of Nantes 
MDOLXXXVi, fovnded on Isaac Minet's 'Relation of ovrfamilly,' 
by William Minet . . . [London, Priv. print, for the author by 
Spottiswoode & co., 1892] 

vii p., 2 1., 240 p. front., plates, ports., facsim., fold, geneal. chart. 31"™. 
An edition of 250 copies printed. 

CS439.M54 
9-18127t 

2248 Minot. 

A genealogical record of the Minot family in America and 
England. Boston, Priv. print., 1897. 

1 p. 1., 55 p. front, (coat of arms) plates, facsims. 26°". 
"Two hundred copies printed, no. 49." 

Note signed: Joseph Grafton Minot. 

0S71.M666 1897 

9-12528t 

2249 Minshall. 

Thomas and Margaret Minshall who came from England to 
Pennsylvania in 1682, and their early descendants: to which 
are added some accounts of Griffith Owen and descendants for 
a like period. By one of the sixth generation. [Jacob Painter. 
Lima ? Pa.] 1867. 

2 p. 1., 8 p. igj""". 

CS71.M666 1867 

9-12527t 

2250 Minshull. 

Minshull pedigrees, from the heraldic visitations of Cheshire, 
1613 and 1663, in the College of arms. London, Priv. print., 1869. 
1 p. 1., 9 p. illus. (coats of arms) 29 x 22"°». 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 
Communicated by J. Bellamy Minshull, esq. 
Issued also in Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, v. 2, p. 182-190. 

CS439.M6 

9-18125t 

See also Minshall. 

Mirick. See Merrick. 



AMEKICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 467 

2251 MitcheU. 

The Mitchell, Bryant and Orr families, and sketches of the 
last two hundred and seventy-four years; by Seth Bryant. 
Boston, 1894. 

32 p. front, (port.) 18^"™. 

"A chapter of events, taken from Edward H. Savage's valuable book, 'Bos- 
ton events'": p. 26-32. 

F74.E18B9 

3-17340 

See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 



Mofifat. See Moffatt. 

2252 Moffatt. 

Moffat genealogies: descent from Rev. John Moffat of Ulster 
County, New York, by R. Bumham Moffat. [New York, Press 
of L. Middleditch co.] Priv. print., 1909. 

4 p. 1., 13-158 p. incl. pi., map. 25<='n. 

CS71.M695 1909 

10-2626 

Moffet. See Moffatt. 

Mogridge. See also Hudson. da690.W6H8 

2253 Molesworth. 

Pedigree of Molesworth. Copied from the original roll on 
vellum in the possession of Major Molesworth. [London, 1877 ?] 

[4] p. 28^'°'. 
Caption title. 

Issued also in Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, n. s., v. 2, p. 280-283. 

CS439.M7 

&-18123t 

2254 Molineaux. 

Memoir of the Molineux family; by Gisbome Molineux . . . 
For private circulation only. [London, Printed by J. S. Virtue 
and CO., limited] 1882. 

4 p. 1., 155, [1] p. 3 fold, geneal. tables. 30"". 

Title vignette. 

CS439.M74 

3-29159 

2255 History, genealogical and biographical, of the Molyneux 

families, by Nellie Zada Rice Molyneux. Syracuse, N. Y., 
C. W. Bardeen, 1904. 

370 p. front., illus. (incl. ports.) 24"'°. 
"Authorities for Molyneux genealogy": p. 7-8. 

CS71.M722 1904 

5-4280 

See also Brabazon. CS439.B8 



Molyneux. See MoUneaux. 

Moncrief. See also Vawter. CS71.V391 1906 

Moncure. See also Glassell. F225.H41 



468 LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS 

2256 Monroe. 

The Munroe genealogy. By John G. Locke. Boston and 
Cambridge, J. Munroe and company, 1853. 
15 p. 25^'"°. 
Reprinted from his "Book of the Lockes . . ." Boston, 1853, p. 302-313. 

CS71.M753 1863 

9-12324t 

2257 History of the Munros of Fowlis with genealogies of the 

principal families of the name: to which are added those of 
Lexington and New England. By the late Alexander Macken- 
zie .. . Inverness, A. & W. Mackenzie, 1898. 

3 p. 1., [vii]-xv, 632 p. 23"°'. 

CS479.M8 

9-19338t 

2258 A sketch of the Munro clan, also of William Munro who, 

deported from Scotland, settled in Lexington, Massachusetts, 
and some of his posterity, together with a letter from Sarah 
Munroe to Mary Mason descriptive of the visit of President 
Washington to Lexington in 1789. By James Phinney Mun- 
roe. Boston, G. B. Ellis, 1900. 
80 p. 25" 



^cm 



1-22^ 

Monsell. See Munsell. 



CS71.M763 1900 



2259 Monson. 

. . . Proceedings of the first [& 2d] Munson family reunion, 
held in the city of New Haven, Wednesday, August 17, 1887, & 
Aug., 19, 1896. New Haven, Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 
printers, 1887, 1896. 

2 V. 23"". 

Cover-title: A Hartford & New Haven pioneer . . . 

CS71.M766 

3-31340 

2260 1637-1887. The Munson record. A genealogical and 

biographical account of Captain Thomas Munson (a pioneer of 
Hartford and New Haven) and his descendants. By Myron A. 
Munson . . . New Haven, Conn., Printed for the Munson Asso- 
ciation, 1895. 

2 V. fronts., illus., plates, ports., maps, facsims., fold, geneal. tables, diagrs. 
27i"™. 

Paged continuously. 

CS71.M755 1895 

9-12323t 

2261 Montague. 

[Montague family genealogical tree] New York, American 
college of heraldry, 18- 
geneal. tab. 46 x 32°°» fold, to 23 x IS""*. 
Lithographed. 

CS71.M769 18— 

2-9837 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES . 469 

Montague — Continued . 

2262 Meeting of the Montague family at Hadley, Mass., Aug. 2, 

1882. Boston, Franklin press: Rand, Avery and company, 

1882. ' • 

107 p., 1 1. front, (port.) pi. 24i«^. 
Editor's note signed: Richard Montague. 

CS71.M769 1882 

9-12322t 

2263 History and genealogy of the Montague family of America, 

descended from Richard Montague of Hadley, Mass., and Peter 
Montague of Lancaster Co., Va., with genealogical notes of other 
families by name of Montague. Comp. by George Wm. Mon- 
tague. Rev. and ed. by William L. Montague . . . Amherst, 
Mass., Press of J. E. Williams, 1886. 

vii, [8J-785 p. front., plates, porta., col. coata of arms. 23^"™. 
2 ms. leaves inserted between p. 712-713. 

CS71.M769 1886 

9-12321t 

2264 History and genealogy of Peter Montague, of Nansemond 

and Lancaster counties, Virginia, and his descendants, 1621- 
1894. Comp. and pub. by George William Montague . . . Am- 
herst, Mass., Press of Carpenter & Morehouse, 1894. 

1 p. 1., 494 p. front., ports., fold, geneal. tab., coats of arms (partly col.) 

OQcm 

CS71.M760 1804 

9-1231»t 

Monteith. See Menteith. 

2265 Montfort. 

The life of Simon de Montfort, earl of Leicester, with special 

reference to the parliamentary history of his time, by George 

Walter Prothero . . . London, Longmans, Green, and co, 1877. 

xii, 409 p. 2 fold. maps. ig"". 

DA228.M7P9 

5-970 

Montgomerie. See Montgomery. 

2266 Montgomery. 

Memorials of the Montgomeries, earls of Eglinton, by William 
Fraser. Edinburgh, 1859. 

2 V. illus., plates, ports., facsims. 26"™. 
Engr. t.-p. 

DA758.3.M7F8 

8-22937 

2267 A genealogical history of the family of Montgomery, 

including the Montgomery pedigree. Comp. by Thomas Har- 
rison Montgomery . . . Philadelphia, Printed for private circu- 
lation [H. B. Ashmead, printer] 1863. 

xii p., 2 1., [9]-158 p. fold, geneal. tab. 25°». 

CS71.M788 1863 

■ • 9-12320t 



470 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Montgomery — Continued . 

2268 History of the descendants and connections of William 

Montgomery and James Somerville, who emigrated to America 
from Ireland, in the opening years of the 19th century. [Al- 
bany, J. Munsell's sons, 1897] 

112 p. illus. (ports.) 19<"°. 
Comp. by Frank Montgomery. 
Blank pages at end for memoranda. 

CS71.M788 1897 

1-5881 

2269 The Montgomery family. (In History of Spartanburg 

County [S, C] ... By Dr. J. B. O. Landrum ... Atlanta, Ga., 
1900. 24<"«. p. 319-328.) 

See also Arundel. CS430.A7 

Brown. CS439.B85 1903 

Kaufman. cs71.k:21 1892 

2270 Montresor. 

The Montresor journals; edited and annotated by G. D. 
Scull . . . [New York, Printed for the Society, 1882] 

xiv, 578 p. 2 port. (incl. front.) maps (1 fold.) plans. 25"™. {Added t.-p.: 
Collections of the New- York historical society . . . 1881. Publication fund 
series [v. 14]) 

From the original mas. in the possession of the Montresor family. 

ril6.N63 vol. 14 

1-13392 

Montrose, Marquises of. See Graham. 
Mooar. See Moore. 

2271 Moody. 

Biographical sketches of the Moody family: embracing 
notices of ten ministers and several laymen, from 1633 to 1842 
... By Charles C. P. Moody. Boston, S. G. Drake, 1847. 

168 p. lei"". 

CS71.M816 1847 

9-12317t 

See also Dummer. ld7501.S72D6 

Fogg. CS71.F655 1851 

Holton. CS71.H758 1881 

2272 Moore. 

Memoirs of Captain Rock [psevd. of Thomas Moore] the cele- 
brated Irish chieftain. With some accoimt of his ancestors. 
Written by himself. Paris, A. & W. Galignani, 1824. 

XV, 311 p. W'". 

"Preface by the editor" signed: S. E. 

DA912.M82 
4-1760 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 471 

Moore — Continued. 

2273 The lineage of Sir Thomas More, by Edward Foss, P. s. A. 

{In Archaeologia. London, 1853. 28°'^. v. 35, p. 27-33) 

DA20.A64 voL 36 

2274 Proceedings of the centennial reunion of the Moore family, 

held at Belleville, 111., May 31 and June 1, 1882. Arranged and 
pub. by Dr. D. N. Moore & McCabe Moore ... St. Louis, Mo., 
A. R. Fleming, printer, 1882. 

82 p. 21^"". 

CS71.M82 1882 
9-12318t 

2276 A history of the descendants of Shildes Moore, in America. 

Covering a period of one hundred and fifty-nine years, from 1732 
to 1891. By George L. Moore. [Belleville, 111., R. A. Moore, 
189-] 
156, 4, [3] p. 22i""«. 

CS71.M82 189- 

9-21009 

2276 History of the More family, and an account of their reunion 

in 1890, by David Fellows More, under the direction of the His- 
torical committee, with a genealogical record, by Charles Church 
More. Binghamton, S. P. More, 1893. 

6 p. 1., [iii]-xxxi, 409 p. front., plates, ports., facsims., map, geneal. tables. 
25i«"». 

CS71.M82 1893 

9-12316t 

2277 A history of Col. James Moore of the revolutionary army, 

together with an account of his ancestors and descendants and 
the distribution of his estate, eighty-seven years after his death, 
in the case of Hopkins vs. Moore, Supreme court of Penn- 
sylvania, March term, 1814, no. 82, and under the order of the 
Orphans' court of Philadelphia, April term, 1891, no. 177. 
Comp. and ed. by G. Heide Norris . . . [Philadelphia, Times 
printing house] 1893. 

cover-title, 57 p. fold, geneal. tab. 23'=°». 

3-484 

2278 Ancestors and descendants of Andrew Moore. 1612-1897. 

By John Andrew Moore Passmore . . . Philadelphia [Lancaster, 
Pa., Wickersham printing company] 1897. 

2 V. fronts., plates, ports., coats of arms. 24^*"°. 
Paged continuously. 

CS71.M82 1897 

9-12315t 

2279 American ancestral chart, including dates of leading 

events of a branch of the family of Rev. John Moore of New- 
town, L. I., which settled in Pennsylvania. Comp. from wills, 



472 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

2279 Moore — Continued. 

deeds, family records and other authentic sources, by J. W. 
Moore . . . [Easton ? Pa.] n897. 
geneal. tab. 108 x 71^""' fold, to 25i x IS^""'. 
No. 217. 

CS71.M82 1807a 

9-12314t 

2280 Mower genealogy. 1690 to 1897. By Ephraim Mower 

... [n. p., 1897] 

10 p. geneal. tab. 25^"™. 
Caption title. 

CS71.M82 1807b 

9-12313t 

2281 Memorial of the loyalist families of William Moore, Josiah 

Hitcliings and Robert Livingstone, who settled in Saint David, 
New Brunswick, about the year 1785, and incidentally of other 
families; comp. by John Elliott Moore. Lewiston, Printed at 
the Journal office, 1898. 

100 p. front., plates, ports., facsim. 22"™. 

CS71.M82 1808 
3-22485 

2282 Descendants of Andrew Moore of Poquonock and Windsor, 

Conn. By Hon. Horace L. Moore . . . Lawrence, Kan., Jour- 
nal pub. CO., 1900. 

11 p. 2V^. 

CS71.M82 1000 

1-9344 

2283 Mooar (Moors) genealogy. Abraham Mooar of Andover, 

and his descendants. Boston, C. H. Pope, 1901. 

4, [2] p., 1 1., [7]-97 p. 24^''". 
"Introductory " signed: George Mooar. 

CS71.M82 1001 

4-27137 

2284 Andrew Moore of Poquonock and Windsor, Conn., and 

his descendants, by Hon. Horace L. Moore . . . Lawrence, Kan., 

Journal publishing company, 1903. 

308 p. front., ports. 23^"™. 

CS71.M82 1003 

4-17863 

2285 Rev. John Moore of Newtown, Long Island, and some of 

his descendants. Comp. by James W. Moore . . . Easton, Pa., 
Printed for the publisher by the Chemical publishing company, 
1903. 

541 p. front., plates, ports., maps, plans, facsims. 33 x 26"™. 

CS71.M82 1003a 
4-6744 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 473 

Moore — Continued . 

2286 Some descendants of John Moore of Sudbury, Mass., by 

Ethel Stanwood Bolton. Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1904. 

22 p. 24^<'°'. 

"Reprinted from New-England historical and genealogical roister, vols, 

57 and 58." 

CS71.M82 1904 

4-24948 

2287 Kichard Mower of Lynn and some of his descendants. 

Comp. and arranged by Edward L. Smith from material 
gathered by Nahum W. Mower of Jaffrey, N. H., and Mrs. 
Earl A. Mower of Lynn, Mass. East Jaffrey, N. H., The 
Monadnock press, 1904. 

16 p. 23'"°. 

CS71.M82 1904a 

6-33950 

See also Haynes. CS71.H424 1902 

Junkin. CS71.J96 1908 

Eathan. CS71.K191 1902 

2288 Moorhead. 

History of the Moorhead family, from the latter part of he 
sixteenth century to the present time. Comp. and pub. by 
A. T. Moorhead. Indiana, Pa,, 1901. 

79, 7 p. ports. 20'"°. 

CS71.M825 1901 

4-27257 

Moors. See Moore. 
More. See Moore. 

2289 Morehouse. 

Ancestry and descendants of Gershom Morehouse, jr., of 
Redding, Connecticut, a captain in the American revolution. 
[New Haven, Conn., Press of Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 
1894] 

40 p., 11. 22""'. 

"Compiled from information furnished by Mr. Nelson D. Adams ... Mr. 
A. W. Morehouse . . . Mr. Augustus C. Golding . . . and from town, state and 
family records." 

"Printed for private circulation by a descendant of Captain Gershom More- 
house." Cornelius Starr Morehouse. 

CS71.M83 1894 
8-19268 

See also Maltby. 0S71.M26 1895 

Morey. See Mowry. 



474 LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS 

2290 Morgan. 

Morgan genealogy. A history of James Morgan, of New 
London, Conn, and his descendants; from 1607 to 1869 . . . 
With an appendix, containing the history of his brother, Miles 
Morgan, of Springfield, Mass. ; and some of his descendants . . . 
By Nathaniel H. Morgan. Hartford, Press of Case, Lockwood 
& Brainard, 1869. 

280 p., 1 1. front., illus., ports. 23^"'°. 

"A history of the family of Miles Morgan, who emigrated from England, and 
settled at Springfield, Mass. a. d. 1636, compiled by Titus Morgan, jun., one 
of his descendants. Middletown, Oct. 1809 ": p. [227]-246. 

CS71.M848 1869 

9-13820t 

2291 A history of the family of Morgan, from the year 1089 to 

present times. By Appleton Morgan, of the twenty-seventh 
generation of Cadivor-fawr. New York, For subscribers only 
[1902 ?] 

297 p. incl. illus., pi., port, front., pi. 21i«'°. 
Five hundred copies printed, of which this is no. 461. 

CS71.M848 1902 

3-11084 

See also Yates. CS71.Y33 1906 

Forbes. CS479.F6 

Morison. See Morrison. 

2292 Morr. 

Genealogy of the Morr family. By Calvin F. Moyer. As- 
sisted by Miss Mary E. Morr. Ashland, O., Printed by The 
Sun publishing company, 1896. 

. 295 p. incl. pi. 23^"°'. 

CS71.M872 1896 

9-12310t 

2293 Morrill. 

American ancestry of Benjamin Morrill and his wife, Miriam 
Pecker Morrill, of Salisbury, Mass., and their descendants to 
1901; comp. by Horace Edwin Morrill. Dayton, O,, 1903. , 

21 p. 23J''"». 

2 blank leaves between p. 12 and [17] included in paging. 

CS71.M874 1903 

4-29760 

2294 Morris. 

Memoranda of the descendants of Amos Morris, of East 

Haven, Conn. New York, A. S. Barnes & company, 1853. 

103 p. front., coat of arms. 18^"™. 

Introduction signed: E. L. Hart, 0. Street. 

CS71.M876 1863 

9-12306t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 475 

Morris — Continued. 

2295 The lineal ancestors of Edward Morris and Mercy Flynt, 

of Wilbraham, Mass. Comp. by Jonathan Flynt Morris . . . 
Hartford, Press of Wiley, Waterman & Eaton, 1882. 

74, [1] p. 23°'". 

For private circulation. Only 60 copies printed. 

CS71.M876 1883 

3-3837 

2296 A genealogical and historical register of the descendants 

of Edward Morris of Roxbury, Mass., and Woodstock, Conn. 
Comp. by Jonathan Flynt Morris . . . Hartford, Conn., Pub. 
by the compiler [Case, Lockwood & Brainard co., printers] 1887. 

xvii, 406 p. front., plates, ports., facsim. 24"™. 

CS71.M876 1887 

9-12312t 

2297 Ephraim and Pamela (Converse) Morris, their ancestors 

and descendants. By Tyler Seymour Morris. Chicago, 1894. 

207 p. front., pi., porta., maps (partly fold.) 24^=™. 

CS71.M876 1894 

9-123Ht 

2298 The Morris family of Philadelphia; descendants of Anthony 

Morris, born 1654—1721 died. By Robert C. Moon . . . Phila- 
delphia, R. C. Moon, 1898-1909. 

5 V. fronts., plates, porta., maps, facsims. 26*". 

CS71.M876 1898 

Nov. 9, 98-60 

2299 Among ourselves: to a mother's memory; being a life story 

of principally seven generations, especially of the Morris- 
Trueblood branch, including not only descendants of Benoni 
and Rebecca (Trueblood) Morris, but their relatives and con- 
nections ... by Sarah P. Morrison, v. 1-3 . . . Plainfield, Ind., 
Publishing association of Friends, 1901-04. 

3 V. fronts., plates, porta. IQJ"™. 

0S71.M876 1901 
2-3285 

2300 The ancestry of Rosalie Morris Johnson, daughter of 

George Calvert Morris and Elizabeth Kuhn, his wife, comp. by 
R. Winder Johnson. [Philadelphia] Printed for private circu- 
lation only by Ferris & Leach, 1905-08. 

2 V. front., facsim., geneal. tables. 27J°™. 

Vol. 1 not numbered. 

Vol. 2 contains mainly a record of the Flemish ancestry of the Stier family. 

CS71.M876 1906 
6-42413 



476 LIBRABY OF CONGRESS 

Morris — Continued. 

2301 The Morris family of Morrisania. By W. W. Spooner. 

(771 American historical magazine. New York, 1906. 24^<='». 

V. 1, no. 1, p. 25-44. illus. (ports.)) 

E171.A63 

2302 -^ Copy 2, detached- 

CS71.M876 1906 

CA. 9-3907 

2303 Descendants of Lewis Morris of Morrisania, b. 1671, d. 

1746, first governor of New Jersey as a separate province, 
1738-1746. Comp. by Elizabeth Morris Lefferts. New York, 
Arranged and printed by T. A. Wright [1907 ?] 

1061. 50x3P'°. 

Printed on one side of leaf only. CS71.M876 1907 

8-2768. 

See also Byrd. E159.G55 

Van Rensselaer. CS69.S7 

2304 Morrison. 

The history of the Morison or Morrison family with most of 
the "Traditions of the Morrisons" (clan Mac Ghillemhuire), 
hereditary judges of Lewis, by Capt. F. W. L. Thomas, of Scot- 
land, and a record of the descendants of the hereditary judges 
to 1880. A complete history of the Morison settlers of Lon- 
donderry, N. H., of 1719, and their descendants, with genealog- 
ical sketches. Also, of the Brentwood, Nottingham, and San- 
bornton, N. H., Morisons, and branches of the Morisons who set- 
tled in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Nova Scotia, and 
descendants of the Morisons of Preston Grange, Scotland, and 
other families. By Leonard A. Morrison . . . Boston, Mass., 
A. Williams & co., 1880. 

468 p. front., illus., plates, porta., fold. map. 24"™. 

CS71.M88 1880 
9-12309t 

See also Adams. CS71.A2 1894 

Benjamin. cs71.B468 1900 

Strowbridge. CS71.S926 1891 

Morron. See also Flagg. CS71.F754 1903 

2305 Morse. 

The Morse record. A history of the proceedings of the Morse 
society in annual meeting, December 4, 1895, and a souvenir of 
the dinner at the Windsor hotel. New York city, on the same 
evening. Hartford, Plimpton print [1895] 

44 p. front, (port.) 24=™. 

2 leaves following p. 7 inserted. 

Edited by J. H. Morse. 

0S71.M885 1895 

9-12307t 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 477 

Morse — Continued. 

2306 Memorial of the family of Morse. Comp. from the original 

records for the Hon. Asa Porter Morse, by Henry Dutch Lord. 
For private distribution only. Cambridgeport, Mass., Har- 
vard printing company, 1896. 

[556] p. front., pi., ports., faceim., coata of arms. 22"™. 

Various paging. 

CS71.M:886 1896 

9-12308 

2307 Morse genealogy, comprising the descendants of Samuel, 

Anthony, William, and Joseph Morse and John Moss: being a 
revision of the Memorial of the Morses, published by Rev. Abner 
Morse in 1850. Comp by J. Howard Morse and Miss Emily W. 
Leavitt under the auspices of the Morse society. Section 1-2. 
New York [Springfield printing and binding company, Spring- 
field, Mass.] 1903-05. 

2 V. 23='°. 

Title vignette. 

CS71.M885 1003-1906 

G-1314t 

See also Chute. CS71.C664 1894 

Dawson. CS71.D272 1874a 

Dowse. CS71.D762 1890 

Hall. CS71.H177 1902 

Van Meter. F226.V26 

Mortimer. See also Washington. CS69.W5 

2308 Morton. 

Memoranda relating to the ancestry and family of Hon. Levi 
Parsons Morton, vice-president of the United States (1889- 
1893). By Josiah Granville Leach . . . Cambridge, Printed 
at the Riverside press, 1894. 

4 p. 1., 191 p. front., plates, fold, geneal. tab. 24^"'". 

CS71.M80 1894 

»-12S24t 

2309 Morton data. [St. Joseph? Mo., 1901] 

cover-title, 22 p. lyi""*. 

Signed: Daniel Morton, h. d. 

CS71.M89 1901 

1-3984 

2310 . . . The Mortons and their kin, by Daniel Morton, m. d. 

St. Joseph, Mo., 1908. 

[145] 1. fold, geneal. tab. 27i°«». 
At head of title: Volume two. 
Autographed from typewritten copy. 

Only one copy of vol. 1 was made in 1898, and is in possession of the author. 
"Volume two however contains a large part of volume one and a great deal of 

data not in volume one." 

CS71.M89 1908 



478 LIBKAEY OF CONGRESS 

Morton — Continued . 

2311 George Morton of Plymouth Colony and some of his de- 
scendants, by John K. Allen. Chicago, Printed for private cir- 
culation, by J. K. Allen, 1908. 

1 p. 1., 43, [3] p. 25"'°. 

CS71.1IC89 1908a 

8-13738 

See also Gandee. CS71.C216 1882 

Plummer CS71.P736 1894 

2312 Moses. 

Historical sketches of John Moses, of Plymouth, a settler of 
1632 to 1640; John Moses, of Windsor and Simsbury, a settler 
prior to 1647; and John Moses, of Portsmouth, a settler prior 
to 1640. Also a genealogical record of some of their descend- 
ants. By Zebina Moses. Hartford, Conn., Press of the Case, 
Lockwood & Brainard company, 1890-1907. 

2 V. in 1. illus.. fold. map. 23^"™. 
Paged continuously. 

CS71.M91 1890-1907 

8-2377 

See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 



Moss. See Morse. 

2313 Mott. 

The descendants of Adam Mott, of Hempstead, Long Island, 
N. Y. A genealogical study. By Edw. Doubleday Harris . . . 
[New York, 189- ?1 

8 p. 24<"°- 

CS71.M92 189- 

4-26192t 

2314 Adam and Anne Mott : their ancestors and their descend- 
ants. By Thomas C. Cornell, their grandson . . . Printed for 
the family. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., A. V. Haight, printer, 1890. 

1 p. 1., viii, [9J-418 p., 1 1. fronts., illus., plates, ports., maps, facsims, 
(partly fold.) geneal. tables. 26°™. 

CS71.M92 1890 

9-12302t 

2315 Mott, Hopper, Striker. New York, The Historical com- 
pany, 1898. 

18 p. geneal. tab. 23^"^. 
Signed: Hopper Striker Mott. 

CS71.M92 1898 
9-12303t 



AMEKICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 479 

Mott — Continued. 

2316 The descendants of Adam Mott of Hempstead, Long 

Island, N. Y. A genealogical study. Rev. ed. By Edw. 
Doubleday Harris . . . Lancaster, Pa., The New era printing 
CO., 1906. 

cover-title, 8 p. 23i<"". 

Text on inner side of front and back cover. 

CS71.M92 1906 

9-22857 

2317 Moulton. 

A genealogical register of some of the descendants of John 
Moulton, of Hampton, and of Joseph Moulton, of Portsmouth. 
Comp. by Thomas Moulton. Portland [Me.] B. Thurston & co., 
1873. 

viii, [91-44 p. ig"™. 

CS71.M927 1873 

2-6360 

2318 Moulton annals, by Henry W. Moulton, ed. by his daughter 

Claribel Moulton. Chicago, 111., E. A. Claypool, 1906. 

454 p. front., plates (1 col.) ports., fold, geneal. tab. 23i«"'. 

CS71.M927 1906 

7-36045 

See also King. CS71.K63 1897 

Marston. CS71.M373 1898 

Mower. See Moore. 

2319 Mowry. 

The descendants of Nathaniel Mowry, of Rhode Island. By 

William A. Mowry . . . Providence, S. S. Rider, 1878. 

343 p. plates, facsims. 23i»«'. 

CS71.M936 1878 

9-11925t 

2320 A family history. Richard Mowry, of Uxbridge, Mass. ; 

his ancestors and his descendants. By William A. Mowry . . . 
Providence, S. S. Rider, 1878. 

239 p. plates, ports., facsims. 24*"". 

CS71.M936 1878a 
9-12523 

2321 A genealogy of one branch of the Morey family 1631-1890 

Ed. for Moses Conant Warren by Emily Wilder Leavitt. [Bos- 
ton] Printed for private circulation [by A. Mudge & son] 1890. 

vi, 30p. 26°™. [TFitA Warren, Mary Parker. A genealogy of one branch of 
the Warren family . . . Boston, 1890] 

CS71.W29 1890 
9-17839 



480 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Mowry — Continued . 

2322 The Mowry family monument, near Woonsocket, R. I. 

Erected by Hon. Arlon Mowry. Boston, Printed by D. Clapp 
& son, 1898. 

14 p. front., plates, ports. 23^"'™. 

Caption title: "A unique family monument." By William A. Mowry . . . 
' ' Reprinted from the New-Eng. historical and genealogical register for April, 
1898, with additions." 

CS71.M936 1898 

9-12522t 

2323 Supplement to the Descendants of Nathaniel Mowry of 

Rhode Island, by William A. Mowry. Boston, The Everett 
press, 1900. 

95 p. front. 23^""'. 

CS71.M936 1900 

2-13016 

2324 The Mowry family monument near Woonsocket, R. I. 

Erected by Hon. Arlon Mowry. Boston, The Everett press, 
1901. 

16 p. front., pi., port. 23^''™. [With the Supplement to the Descendants 
of Nathaniel Mowry of Rhode Island, by W. A. Mowry. Boston, 1900] 

"Reprinted from the New England historical and genealogical register for 
April, 1898, with additions." 

CS71.M936 1900 

2-13016 

2324a The descendants of John Mowry of Rhode Island. By 

William A. Mowry . . . Providence, R. I., Preston & Rounds 
CO., 1909. 

292 p. front., plates. 22"°'. 

CS71.M936 1909 

2325 Meyer. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Christian and 
Hans Meyer and other pioneers, together with historical and 
biographical sketches . . . By Rev. A. J. Fretz . . . With an 
introduction by A. N. Moyer . . . Harleysville, Pa., News print- 
ing house, 1896. 

xiv p., 1 1., [17]-739 p. front., plates, ports. 20^°™. 

Cover- title: Moyer family history. 

CS71.M938 1896 

9-12521t 

2326 Genealogy of the Moyer family, by Rev. A. J. Fretz . . . 

[Netcong, N. J., Union Times print] 1909. 

144 p., 2 1. front., plates, ports. 22«™. 
Blank pages for "additional records," at end. 

CS71.M938 1909 

10-10180 

See also Myers. CS71.M995 1890 

Stauffer. CS71.S798 1897 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 



481 



2327 Muckleston. 

Muckleston of Memngton. 

7 1. 33 X 21i'=™. 

Manuscript (written on one side of leaf) containing genealogical notices con- 
cerning the Muckleston family. 

CS439.M8 

2-8918 

2328 Mudge. 

Memorials: being a genealogical, biographical and historical 
account of the name of Mudge in America, from 1638 to 1868. 
By Alfred Mudge . . . Boston, Printed by A. Mudge & son, for 
the family, 1868. 

xiv p., 1 1., 443 p. front., ports., fold, facsim. 244"™. 

Blank leaves at end for "Family record." 



9-12520 



CS71.M944 1868 



CS71.W916 1900 



Muirson. See also Woolsey. 

2329 Mulford. 

A genealogy of the family of Mulford. By William Remsen 

Mulford . . . Reprinted from the New England historical and 

genealogical register for April, 1880. Boston, Printed by D. 

Clapp & son, 1880. 

12 p. 25i''°». 

CS71.M956 1880 

9-12519t 

Miilliken. See Milliken. 

Mullikin. See Milliken. 

Mullins. See also Quisenberry. CS71.Q9 1897 

Mulloy. See also Thompson. CS71.T47 1907 

2330 Mumford. 

Mumford memoirs; being the story of the New England 

Mumfords from the year 1655 to the present time. By James 

Gregory Mumford, m. d. Boston, Priv. print, by D. B. Updike, 

the Merrymount press, 1900. 

XXX p., 1 1., 248 p. fold, geneal. tab. 25<"". 

0S71.M961 1900 

Aug. 2, 1900-113 

See also Chesebrough. 0S71.C624 1903 

2331 Munday. 

Nicholas Mundy and descendants who settled in New Jersey 

in 1665. Comp. by Rev. Ezra F. Mundy . . . Lawrence, Kan., 

Press of Bullock printing company, 1907. 

144, [16] p. front., plates, porte., fold. map. 20^'''°. 

CS71.M965 1907 
7-33615 

Mundy. See Munday. 

Munn. See also Helton. CS71.H758 1881 

Munnings. See also Manning. CS71.M283 1903 

Munroe. See Monroe. 

35819°— 10 31 



482 LIBRABY OF CONGRESS 

2332 Munsell. 

Genealogy of the Windsor family of Munsell. From Stiles' s 
History of ancient Windsor. [New York, 1859] 
8 p. 24i'='». 
Caption title. 

CS71.M969 1869 

9-12298t 

2333 Biographical sketch of Joel Munsell. By George R. 

Howell. To which is appended a genealogy of the Munsell 
family, by Frank Munsell. Boston, Printed for the New 
England historic, genealogical society, 1880. 

16 p. front. <port.) 25^""". 

"Reprinted from the New England historical and genealogical register for 
July, 1880." 

CS71.M969 1880 

9-12300t 

2334 A genealogy of the Munsell family (Munsill, Monsell, 

Maunsell) in America, by Frank Munsell. Albany, N. Y., 
J. Munsell's sons, 1884. 

164 1. plates, coat of arms. 23^"™. 
Printed on one side of leaf only. 
Title vignette. 

CS71.M969 1884 

9-12299t 

See also Maunsell. 



Munsill. See Munsell. 
Munson. See Monson. 
Murray. See also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

2335 Myers. 

Genealogy of the Meyer family. By Henry Meyer. Cleve- 
land, O., Printed by Lauer & Mattill, 1890. 

131 p. 20^"°'. 

CS71.M995 1890 

9-12301t 

See also Bailey. 1908 

Meyer. CS71.M938. 1896 

2336 Mygate. 

A historical notice of Joseph Mygatt, one of the early colonists 
of Cambridge, Mass., and afterward one of the first settlers of 
Hartford, Conn.; with a record of his descendants. By Fred- 
erick T. Mygatt . . . Brooklyn, Printed by the Harmonial asso- 
ciation, 1853. 

116 p. 25i'"". 

CS71.M996 1853 

3-7929 

Mygatt. See Mygate. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 483 

2336a Mylne. 

The master masons to the crown of Scotland and their works. 
By Rev. Robert Scott Mylne . . . Edinburgh, Scott & Fer- 
guson [etc.] 1893. 

xviii pp., 1 1., 307, [1] p. col. front, (coat of arms) illus., plates, ports., 
plans, facsims. 39"™. 

CoNTE»prs. — book i. Royal architecture prior to the reformation. — ^book ii. 
Result of the union of Great Britain under one crown. — book iii. The restora- 
tion of the house of Stuart. — book iv. The descendants of the master mason to 
Queen Anne. — Pedigrees. 

NAG72.M0 

2-5404 

Myrick. See Merrick. 

Mytinger. See also Jennings. CS71.J646 1899 

Naf . See NefF. 

2337 Nance. 

The Nance memorial; a history of the Nance family in gen- 
eral, but more particularly of Clement Nance, of Pittsylvania 
County, Virginia, and descendants, containing historical and 
biographical records with family lineage, by Geo. W. Nance . . . 
Bloomington, 111., J. E. Burke & co., printers, 1904. 

xvi, 354 p. front., illus. (incl. ports.) 23^'=°'. 

CS71.N176 1904 

4-30105 

2338 Napier. 

Memoirs of John Napier of Merchiston, his lineage, life, and 
times, with a history of the invention of logarithms. By 
Mark Napier, esq. Edinburgh, W. Blackwood ; [etc., etc.] 1834. 

xvi, 534 p. illufl., plates, 4 port. (incl. front.) facsims. (1 fold.) 28J x 22^^^™. 

QA29.N2N2 

5-12354 

2339 Notes on the pedigree of Her Most Serene Highness Ann 

Groom, duchess of Mantua and Montferrat in Italy . . . and of 
her son, His Highness Charles Ottley Groom Napier, prince of 
Mantua and Montferrat; master of Lennox . . . Comp. from 
public and private documents. By the late John Riddell . . . 
assisted by M. Berryer, jun., and J. Montgomery. To which is 
added the descent of the duchess from 300 emperors, kings, and 
princes . . . and an introductory essay by an advocate of the 
Scottish bar. London, For private circulation, 1879. 

40 p. 22'^"». 

Introduction signed: W. F. 

CS439.N3 

10^832 



484 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2340 Nash. 

The Nash family; or, Records of the descendants of Thomas 
Nash, of New Haven, Connecticut, Collected and comp. by 
the Rev. Sylvester Nash, a. m. . . . 1640. Hartford, Press of 
Case, Tiffany & company, 1853. 

iv, [5]-304 p. front., ports. 23^"°^. 
Blank leaves at end for "Family record." 

CS71.N25 1853 

9-12552 

2341 Fifty Puritan ancestors, 1628-1660; genealogical notes, 

1560-1900, by their lineal descendant, Elizabeth Todd Nash. 
New Haven, The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor co., 1902. 

xii, 182 p. pi., port., facsim., tab. 27<=»". 

8 blank pages at end for "Descendants record." 

CS71.N25 1902 

2-8223 

2342 A genealogical record of the descendants of William Nash 

of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Together with historical and 
biographical sketches, and illustrated with portraits and other 
illustrations. By Rev. A. J. Fretz . . . Butler, N. J., Press of 
Pequannock, Valley Argus, 1903. 
88, 6 p. front., 1 pi., ports. 23<"°. 

CS71.N25 1903 

4-29768 

See also Shakespeare. 1869 



Nason. See also Layton. CS71.L429 1885 

2343 Navarre. 

Navarre: or, Researches after the descendants of Robert 
Navarre . . . And some historical notes on families who inter- 
married with Navarres . . . Comp. by Christian Denissen . . . 
[Detroit, Mich., J. F. Eby & co., 1897] 

418 p. front, (port.) 24""'. 

CS71.N321 1897 

9-1255-1 

Neal. See Neale. 

2344 Neale. 

The Neal record: being a list of the descendants of John 
Neale, one of the early settlers of Salem, Mass. Compiled by 
Theodore Augustus Neal . . . Boston, H. W. Dutton & son, 
1856. 

30 p. fronf. (tab.) 24«'". 

CS71.N345 1856 

2-5566 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 485 

Neale — Continued . 

2345 Genealogy of the Neal family. [Boston, H. W. Button & 

son, 1856] 

Geneal. table. 21i x SS^""*. 

Reprinted from The Neal record. By Theodore Augustus Neal . . . Boston, 

1856. 

CS71.N345 1856a 

2-8910 

2346 John Neill, of Lewes, Delaware, 1739, and his descendants. 

[Comp. by Edward Dufheld Neill] Philadelphia, Priv. print, 
for the family [Collins, printer] 1875. 

3 p. 1., 127 p. facsim., geneal. tables. 24"'°. 

CS71.N345 1875 

9-15619 

2347 Historical notes on the ancestry and descendants of Henry 

Neill, M. D. [By Edward Duffield Neill] Privately printed. 

[n. p.] 1886. 

33 p. 22i«"». 

CS71.N346 1886 

1-16051 

2348 The Neil family, Sweden-America, 1718-1908, by Rosa 

Neil Crandall . . . Albion, N. Y., A. M. Eddy press, 1908. 

73 p. illus. (incl. ports.) 22^"'". 

CS71.N4 1908 

9-13947 

, See also Driver. CS71.D782 1889 



Haley. CS71.H168 1900 

Jolliflfe. CS71.J76 1893 

Zimmerxuan. CS71.Z73 19— 

Nedels. See Needles. 
Needles. See also Maun. CS71.M28 1876 

2349 Neflf. 

A chronicle, together with a little romance regarding Rudolf 
and Jacob Naf , of Frankford, Pennsylvania, and their descend- 
ants, including an account of the Neffs in Switzerland and 
America. By Elizabeth Clifford Neff . . . Cincinnati, O., 
Press of R. Clarke & company, 1886. 
352 p. illus., plates, facsim. 22i<'™. 

CS71.N383 1886 

9-12553 

2350 Addenda. Naf-Neff history, regarding the origin and 

meaning of the name of Neff. Together with the revolutionary 
records of Captain Rudolf Neff, Ensign Aaron Scout, Major 
Thomas Smyth, jr. Cleveland, O., The author, 1899. 

35 p. 21^'='°. 

CS71.N383 1899 

9-12536t 

See also Corliss. CS71.C8 1876 

Neiff . See Neff. 



486 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

2351 Neighbor. 

Descendants of Leonard Neighbour, immigrant to America, 
1738. By L. B. Neighbour . . . Dixon, 111., Star job rooms, 
1906. 

viii, 48 p. incl. front, plates, ports., map, facsim. 20'"°. 

CS71.N397 1906 

6-10673 

Neighbour. See Neighbor. 
Neill. See Neale. 

2352 Nelson. 

A family record of the descendants of Thomas Nelson and 
Joan, his wife. By one of them. Haverhill, E. G. Frothing- 
ham, printer, 1868. 

32 p. 194""". 

CS71.N43 1868 

9-12551 

2353 Descent of John Nelson and of his children with notes on 

the families of Tailer and Stoughton, by Temple Prime ... 2d 

ed. New York [The De Vinne press] 1894. 

61 p. illus., port. 2AY^. 

CS71.N43 1894 

9-12548 

2354 Lieutenant David Nelson and his descendants, by Har- 
riet Mclntyre Foster, [n. p. 190-] 

cover-title, 18 p. front., plates, porta. 23°°'. 

CS71.N43 190- 

8-22337 

2355 Contributions towards a Nelson genealogy ... pt. 1. 

By William Nelson. Paterson, N. J., The Paterson history 
club, 1904- 

1 V. 28'='°. 

"One hundred copies printed." 

Contents. — pt. i. Some Neilsons of Scotland. 



CS71.N43 1904 



4-35306 



See also Constant. ri29.Y6C7 

. Page. CS71.P133 1893 

Nephew. 5ee aZso Habersham. CS71.H114 1901 

Nesbit. See also Harvey. 0S71.H341 1899 
Nesbitt. See Nesbit. 



AMEBIOAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 487 

2356 NeviUe. 

De Nova Villa: or, The house of Nevill in sunshine and 
shade, by Henry J. Swallow . . . Newcastle-on-Tyne, A. Eeid; 
[etc., etc.] 1885. 
xix, 334 p. front., illus., 8 pi., 3 port., geneal. tables. 22^"™. 
The Hoiise of Abergavenny: p. 225-243. 

CS439.N36 

9-11269 

See also Drummond. CS419.D7 



2357 Nevius. 

Joannes Nevius, schepen and third secretary of New Amster- 
dam under the Dutch, first secretary of New York city under 
the English; and his descendants. A. d. 1627-1900 ... By A. 
Van Doren Honeyman. Plainfield, N. J., Honeyman & co., 
1900. 

732 p. col. front, (coat of anna) plates, ports., fawisims. 25^"°'. 

CS71.N629 1900 

Mar. 22, 1900-71 

2358 Newbaker. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Andrew New- 
baker of Hardwick township, Warren County, N. J. . . . By 
Rev. A. J. Fretz. . . . Netcong, N. J., Union Times print, 1908. 

iv, [51-40 p., 1 1. front., pi., porta. 22«»». 

CS71.N533 1908 

8-27372 

Newberry. See Newbury. 

2359 Newbury. 

The Newberry family of Windsor, Connecticut, in the line of 
Clarinda (Newberry) Goodwin, of Hartford, Connecticut, 1634- 
1866; comp. by Frank Farnsworth Starr for James J. Good- 
win. Hartford, Conn., 1898. 

70 p. fold, geneal. tab. 24*"°. 

CS71.N635 1898 

A.ug. 24, 98-59 

2360 Newcomb. 

Genealogical memoir of the Newcomb family containing 

records of nearly every person of the name in America from 

1635 to 1874. Also the first generation of children descended 

from females who have lost the name Newcomb by marriage. 

With notices of the family in England during the past seven 

hundred years. By John Bearse Newcomb . . . Elgin, 111., 

Printed for the author by Knight & Leonard, Chicago, 1874. 

. 2 p. 1., 600 p. front., ports., facsims. 23*"°. 

CS71.N54 1874 

9-12540 

Newcomen. See also Crall. CS71.C889 1908 

Newdigate. See Newgate. 



488 LIBRAE Y OF CONGEESS 

2361 NeweU. 

Thomas Newell, who settled in Farmington, Conn., a. d. 1632. 
And his descendants. A genealogical table, comp. by Mrs. 
Mary A. (Newell) Hall. Southington, Conn., Cochrane bros., 
book and job printers, 1878. 

268 p. incl. front, (port.) IQ""*. 



9-12539 



CS71.N545 1878 



See also Candee. CS71.C216 1882 

Habersham. cs71.hii4 1901 

Lewis. CS71.L675 1900 

Newhall. 

Newgate. See also Bowdoin. CS71.B786 1894 

Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 

2362 Newhall. 

The record of my ancestry, by Charles L, Newhall . . 
Southbridge, Herald power print, 1899. 

222 p. front., illua., plates, ports., fold, chart, facsims. 23^"™. 
With ms. corrections and additions. 

CS71.N548 1899 

2363 Addenda et corrigenda. [Southbridge ? 1905 ?] 

16 p. 23""'. 

CS71.N548 1906 

1-2126 

See also Newell. 



2363a Newman. 

Kehoboth in the past. An historical oration delivered on 
the fourth of July, 1860, by Sylvanus Chace Newman . . . Paw- 
tucket, Printed by R. Sherman, 1860. 

112 p. 23''"». 

Descendants of Rev. Samuel Newman, p. 62-68. 

P74.B3N6 

1-12392 

See also Dowse. CS71.D752 1890 

2364 Newmarch. 

The Newmarch pedigree, verified by public records, authentic 
manuscripts, and general and local histories. Printed for pri- 
vate circulation only. Cirencester, E. Baily [1868] 

vii, 36, [3] p. incl. geneal. tab. 21"™. 

Preface dated 1868 and signed, "Geo. Fred. Newmarch . . . Chas. H, New- 
march." 

CS439.N4 

4-12434 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 489 

2365 Newton. 

Genealogical memoranda relating to the family of Newton. 
Privately printed. London, Taylor & co., printers, 1871. 

1 p. 1., 12 p. illus. (coats of arms) 28^"'°. 

Pedigree, copied from an entry made by Sir Isaac Newton, with additions by 
the Rev. John Mirehouse, rector of Colsterworth. 

Issued also in Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica. n. s., v. 1, p. 169-176, 

191-194. 

CS439.N43 

9-18126 

See also Flagg. CS71.F764 1903 

Woolsey. CS71.W916 1900 

Woolsey. E601.B12 

Nicholls. See Nichols. 

2366 Nichols. 

The Nicoll family of Orange County, New York. [New York, 
D. Taylor, printer, 1886] 

1 p. 1., iv, [3]-62 p. front., illus. 22i«"». 

By William Leonard Nicoll. 

Privately printed. 

CS71.N6 1886 

9-12538 

2367 Sergeant Francis Nicholls of Stratford, Connecticut, 1639, 

and the descendants of his son, Caleb Nicholls, by Walter 

Nicholls . . . New York, The Grafton press, 1909. 

101 p. col. front. 24J««. 

CS71.N6 1909 

10-1444 

See also Chamberlain. CS71.C443 I88O 

Gamble. CS71.G191 1906 

Grant. CS479.G7 

Nicoll. See Nichols. 

Niles. See also Vinton. CS71.V79 1868a 

Nisbet. See Nesbit. 

Nixon. See also Jennings. CS71.J646 1899 

Noblat. See Noblet. 

2368 Noble. 

History and genealogy of the family of Thomas Noble, of 
Westfield, Massachusetts. With genealogical notes of other 
families by the name of Noble. Comp. by Lucius M. Bolt- 
wood . . . Privately printed. Hartford, Conn., Press of the 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 1878. 

viii, [131-869, [1] p. pi., ports. 234'="'. 

CS71.N76 1878 

*-12537t 

See also Gentry. CS71.G339 1909 

Thomas. cs71.T46 1908 



490 LIBRAEY OF CONGBESS 

2369 Noblet. 

Genealogical collections relating to the families of Noblet, 
Noblat, Noblot and Noblets, of France; Noblet and Noblett, 
of Great Britain; Noblet, Noblett, Noblit and Noblitt, of 
America; with some particular account of William Noblit of 
Middletown Township, Chester County (now Delaware County), 
Pennsylvania, U. S. A. Comp. by John Hyndman Noblit . . . 
[Philadelphia] Printed for private circulation by Ferris & 
Leach, 1906. 

401 p. col. front., illus., pL, 9 facsim. in colors. 24^"™. 

"A limited edition of this book has been printed for private circulation, of 
which this is no. 84." 

"Blank pages at the end ... for addition of notes and family records." — Pref 

CS71.N752 1906 

7^087 

Noblit. See Noblet. 

Noblot. See Noblet. 

Nock. See Knox. 

Nolcken. See also Hudson. DA690.weH8 

2370 Norris. 

Lineage and biographies of the Norris family in America 

from 1640 to 1892. With references to the Norrises of England 

as early as 1311 . . . By Hon. Leonard Allison Morrison . . . 

Boston, Mass., Damrell & Upham, 1892. 

207 p. front., ports. 23""*. 

CS71.N858 1892 

9-12556 

2371 Ancestry and descendants of Lieutendent Jonathan and 

Tamesin (Barker) Norris of Maine, in which are given the 
names, and more or less complete records, from 1550 to 1905, 
of about twelve hundred persons ... by their great-grandson 
Henry McCoy Norris . . . New York, The Grafton press, 1906. 

[64] p. incl. 2 charts, front, (port.) 24^ <=">. 

"Two hundred copies of this book have been printed from type and the 
type then distributed." This copy not numbered. 

CS71.N858 1906 

&-9616 

See also Sinclair. CS71.S616 1896 



2372 North. 

. . . An account of the celebration of the diamond wedding 
of Dea. Frederick and Harriet North, including poems, pro- 
gramme of exercises, letters of congratulation from relatives 
and friends, addresses, etc., with a sketch of their golden wed- 
ding in 1880; also a short genealogical record of that branch of 
the family. By F. A. North. Hartford, Conn., Press of the 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 1890. 

64 p. 21i ""'. 

At head of title: 1830-June 14-1890. 
6-27470 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 491 

2373 Northcote. 

The life of the late Right Honourable the Earl of Iddes- 

leigh . . . and a complete history of the Northcote family. 

By Charles Worthy . . . London, Hamilton, Adams & co. ; 

[etc., etc.] 1887. 

56 p. front, (port.) 19«»». 

DA565.I2W9 

5-642 

2373a Northend. 

The Northend family. (Jn Essex institute historical collec- 
tions. Salem, 1874. 25""». v. 12, p. 71-84) 

F72.F7E81 voL 12 

2374 Northnip. 

The Northrup-Northrop genealogy; a record of the known 
descendants of Joseph Northrup, who came from England in 
1637, and was one of the original settlers of Milford, Conn., in 
1639. With lists of Northrups and Northrops in the revolu- 
tion, by A. Judd Northrup . . . New York, The Grafton press 
[n908] 

X p., 11., 461 p. ports. 24«™. 

CS71.N877 1908 
8-30962 

2375 Norton. 

Descendants and ancestors of Charles Norton of Guilford, 
Connecticut. [Comp. by Albert B. Norton] Washington, 
W. H. Moore, printer, 1856. 

cover-title, 26 p. 22i'»°. 

CS71.N886 1856 

-12535 

2376 A genealogy of the Norton family, with miscellaneous 

notes. [Comp. by William Henry Whitmore] Reprinted from 
the New England historical and genealogical register for July, 
1859. Boston, H. W. Dutton and son, printers, 1859. 

10 p. 24'=°'. 

CS71.N886 1869 

9-12550 

2377 Some descendants of John Norton of Branford, 1622-1709, 

with notes and dates of other emigrant Nortons, etc. [By] 
Walter Whittlesey Norton. Lakeville, Conn., The Journal 
press, 1909. 

67 p. incl. pi. (ports.) 24i°«». 

CS71.N886 1909 

10-2786 

See also Ireland. CS71.I65 1880 

Robinson. 1859 

Norwood. See also 'Dohyns. CS71.D636 1908 

Hallowell. CS71.H193 1893 



492 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2378 Nott. 

Nott family memorials. Privately printed. London, 
Mitchell and Hughes, printers, 1879. 

cover-title, 4 p. (geneal. tables.) front, (coat of arms) 28J^ x 22^"™. 

CS439.N66 

3-3035 

2379 Nourse. 

James Nourse and his descendants . . . Comp. by Maria 
Catharine Nourse Lyle. Lexington, Ky., Transylvania print. 
CO., 1897. 

iv p., 1 1., 163 p. pi., port., facsim., tab. 25^"™. 

Elizabeth (Nourse) Chapline and her descendants: p. 77-92. 

CS71.N933 1897 

1-10273 

2380 Noyes. 

Noyes' genealogy. Record of a branch of the descendants 
of Rev. James Noyes, Newbury, 1634-1656. Comp. by Horatio 
N. Noyes. Cleveland, O., 1889. 

32 p. illus. 23«'°. 

CS71.N966 1889 

9-12555 

2381 Genealogical record of some of the Noyes descendants of 

James, Nicholas and Peter Noyes . . . Collected and comp. by 

Col. Henry E. Noyes, U. S. A. and Miss Harriette E. Noyes . . . 

Boston, Mass., 1904. 

2 V. fronts, (ports.) illus., plates. 244"™. 

CS71.N956 1904 

4-6903 

2382 Noyes-Gilman ancestry; being a series of sketches, with a 

chart of the ancestors of Charles Phelps Noyes and Emily H. 
(Oilman) Noyes, his wife ... St. Paul, Minn., Printed for the 
author by the Gilliss press, New York, 1907. 

xii, 467, [1] p. front., plates, ports., facsims., fold, chart. 294"°*. 
Author's note signed Charles P. Noyes. 

"This book is one of an edition of two hundred copies. Privately printed." 
This copy not numbered. 
Bibliography: p. [423]-436. 



7-30857 


CS71.N955 


1907 


1^ m rrl'^rt OVir^'i+rM* 


CS71.C526 


1886 


Ooo U/(/oU V/lXC/»3l;t7l • 


Chute. 


CS71.C564 


1894 


Nutter. See also Robinson. 


CS71.I166 


1894 



2383 Nutting. 

Nutting genealogy. A record of some of the descendants of 
John Nutting, of Groton, Mass. By Rev, John Keep Nutting. 
Syracuse, N. Y., C. W. Bardeen, 1908. 

277, [1] p. incl. front, (map) illus., ports. 24=™. 

CS71.N987 1908 
9-9630 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 493 

2384 Nye. 

[Genealogical chart of Benjamin Nye family, Sandwich, 
1636] Boston, Boston bank note & lith'g. co. [19— ?] 
geneal. tab. 58i x 79^'''". 

CS71.N994 10— 

4-30106 

2385 A genealogy of the Nye family. Comp. by George Hyatt 

Nye . . . and Frank E. Best . . . Ed. by David Fisher Nye . . . 
[Cleveland] The Nye family of America association, 1907. 

3 p. 1., [ll]-704, [8] p. plates (partly col.) ports. 23i<"°. {Half-title: 
Benjamin Nye of Sandwich, Massachusetts, his ancestors and descendants) 
"This edition is limited to five hundred copies. This copy is number 355." 
Eight blank pages at end for record of birthfl, marriages and deaths. 

CS71.N994 1907 

8-30518 

See also Olin. 0S71.046 1893 



Oakes. See also Walton. CS71.W24 1898 

Obermayer. See Overmyer. 

2386 O'Brien. 

Historical memoir of the O'Briens. With notes, appendix, 
and a genealogical table of their several branches. Comp. from 
the Irish annalists. By John O'Donoghue . . . Dublin, Hodges, 
Smith, & CO., 1860. 

xxxii, 551 p. incl. geneal. tables. 22^"™. 

DA916.3.0202 

4-34864 

2387 The O'Briens of Machias, Me., patriots of the American 

revolution : their services to the cause of liberty. A paper read 
before the American-Irish historical society at its annual 
gathering in New York city, January 12, 1904. By Rev. 
Andrew M. Sherman . . . Together with a sketch of the clan 
O'Brien, by Thomas Hamilton Murray. Boston, For the 
Society, 1904. 

87 p. front, (port.) 4 pi. 23"°. 

CS71.013 1904 

5-4396 

O'Byrne. See also O'Toole. CS499.07 

Ochs. See also Boehm. CS71.B67 1902 

2388 O' Conor. 

The O'Conors of Connaught: an historical memoir. Comp. 
from a ms. of the late John O'Donovan, ll. d., with additions 
from the state papers and public records. By the Rt. Hon. 
Charles Owen O'Conor Don. Dublin, Hodges, Figgis, and co., 
1891. 

xxiv, 395 p. front., illus., 9 pi., geneal. tables (partly fold.) 26'^ 



Jem 

DA916.3.0303 



6-20520 



494 LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 

2388a O'Daly. 

The tribes of Ireland: a satire, by Aenghus O'Daly; with 
poetical translation by the late James Clarence Mangan; 
together with an historical account of the family of O'Daly; 
and an introduction to the history of satire in Ireland. By 
John O'Donovan . . . Dublin, J. O'Daly, 1852. 
112 p. 23"°^. 

2-6324 

2389 OdeU. 

Genealogy of a part of the Wodell family from 1640 to 1880, 
with notices of some other families, copies of ancient interesting 
documents ; and a condensed biography of the author as written 
by himself, Eli Wodell, 1880 ... [n. p., 1880 ?] 

Ip. 1., [ll]-98, [2]p. 25«» 

CS71.023 1880 

&-28962 

2390 Pedigree of OdeU of United States and Canada. 1639- 

1894 . . . Six lines of descent traced by Rufus King . . . 

[New York, Press of De Vinne & co., 1894] 

geneal. tab. 58* x SB''" fold, to 23i''">. 

CS71.023 1894 

&-12826 

2391 Odiorne. 

Genealogy of the Odiorne family. With notices of other 

families connected therewith. By James Creighton Odiorne 

. . . Boston, Printed by Rand, Avery, and company, 1875. 

222 p. incl. front, (coat of arms) 23*'=°'. 

CS71.024 1876 

9-12827t 

2392 Ogden. 

The Ogdens of South Jersey. The descendants of John 
Ogden of Fairfield, Conn., and New Fairfield, N. J. Born, 1673, 
died 1745. [Philadelphia, 1894] 

35, [1] p. 24^'°. 

By William 0. Wheeler and Edmund D. Halsey. 

0S71.O34 1894 

2-6780 

2393 Descendants of Robert Ogden, 2d, 1716-1787. By Ed- 
mund Drake Halsey. Amenia, N. Y., Walsh & Griffen, printers, 
1896. 

82 p. 2^""^. 

CS71.034 1896 

1-18706 

2394 The Quaker Ogdens in America; David Ogden of ye goode 

ship ''Welcome" and his descendants 1682-1897; their history, 
biography, and genealogy by Charles Burr Ogden, based upon 
original researches by Charles Smith Ogden . . . Philadelphia, 
Printed by J. B. Lippincott company, 1898. 

2 p. 1., [3]-245 p. front., illus., plates, ports., map. 25^"™. 

"A limited edition, and for private distribution." 

CS71.034 1898 

9-12825 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 495 

Ogden — Continued . 

2395 The Ogden family in America, Elizabethtown branch, and 

their English ancestry; John Ogden, the Pilgrim, and his de- 
scendants, 1640-1906, their history, biography & genealogy; 
comp. by William Ogden Wheeler; ed. by Lawrence Van 
Alstyne and Rev. Charles Burr Ogden, ph. d. Philadelphia, 
Printed for private circulation by J. B. Lippincott company, 

1907. 

xii, [2], 531, [1] p. col, front., illus., plates, ports., map, facsims. 27^"'". 

Title within ornamental border. 

CS71.034 1007 

8-1763 

See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 



Ogle. See also Cavendish. CS438.C6 

2396 O'Hara. 

History, antiquities, and present state of the parishes of 
Ballysadare and Kilvarnet, in the county of Sligo; with notices 
of the O'Haras, the Coopers, the Percevals, and other local 
families. By T. O'Rorke . . . Dublin [etc.] J. Duffy and sons 
[1878] 

xiv p., 1 1., 544 p. illus. W". 

DA006.B18O6 

2-29206 

2397 Olcott. 

Descendants of Thomas Olcott, one of the first settlers of 
Hartford, Connecticut. By Nathaniel Goodwin . . . Hartford, 
Press of Case, Tiffany & Bumham, 1845. 

xii, [13]-63, [1] p. 22^=°. 

CS71.043 1848 

»-12979 

2398 The descendants of Thomas Olcott, one of the first settlers 

of Hartford, Ct., by Nathaniel Goodwin . . . Rev. ed., with an 
explanatory preface and important additions. By Henry S. 
Olcott . . . Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell, 1874. 

xxxi, [331-124 p. front, (coat of arms) 23^"°'. 

CS7 1.043 1874 

9-12549 

2399 The Olcott family of Hartford, Connecticut, in the line of 

Eunice (Olcott) Goodwin, 1639-1807; comp. by Frank Fams- 

worth Starr for J. J. Goodwin. Hartford, Conn., 1899. 

84 p. fold, geneal. tab. 24*'='°. 

CS71.043 1899 
Sept. 21, 9»-138 

Oldaker. See also Hudson. da690.W6H8 

Oldham. See also Miller. CS71.M65 1907 



496 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2400 OUn. 

Biographical sketches and records of the Ezra Olin family; 
by Geo. S. Nye . . . Chicago, W. B. Conkey co., printers, 1892. 
441 p. 31 ports, (incl. front.) fold, geneal. tab. 24"™. 

CS71.046 1892 

3-17339 

2401 A complete record of the John Olin family, the first of that 

name who came to America in the year a. d. 1678. Containing 
an account of their settlement and genealogy up to the present 
time — 1893. By C. C. Olin . . . Indianapolis, Baker-Randolph 
CO., printers, 1893. 

2 p. 1., [3]-228, xcvi p. front., ports. 22^'''". 

Four blank leaves inserted after p. 228 for "Family record." 

"Reminiscences of the busy life of Chauncey C. Olin": p. i-lxxv. 

CS71.046 1893 

&-12824 

2402 Oliver. 

Ancestry of Mary Oliver, who lived 1640-1698, and was wife 
of Samuel Appleton, of Ipswich. By William S. Appleton. 
Cambridge, Press of J. Wilson and son, 1867. 

1 p. 1., 29 p., 1 1. geneal. tables. 24^''°'. 

CS71.048 1867 

&-12546 

2403 Genealogy of descendants of Thomas Oliver, of Bristol, 

England, and of Boston, New England, in the direct line of Rev. 
Daniel Oliver, late of Boston. Prepared by Henry K. Oliver. 
Salem, Mass., 1868. 

7 p. 23i<=™. 
Caption title. 

CS71.048 1868 

3-7923 

2404 History of the Oliver, Vassall and Royall houses in Dor- 
chester, Cambridge and Medford, by Robert Tracy Jackson . . . 
Boston, 1907. 

17 p. 3 pi. 25"'°. 

Reprinted from the Genealogical magazine, January, 1907, vol. ii, no. 1. 

"References": p. 16-17. 

CS71.048 1907 

7-22901 

See also Hutchinson. CS71.H975 1866 

2405 Olmstead. 

An abridged genealogy of the Olmstead family of New Eng- 
land. By Elijah L. Thomas . . . Albany, J. Munsell, 1869. 

Ip. l.,30p. 17=™. 

CS71.06 1869 

9-12543 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 497 

2406 Olney. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Olney, an original 
proprietor of Providence, R. I., who came from England in 1635. 
By James H. Olney . . . [Providence, Press of E. L. Freeman 

& son] 1889. 
4 p. 1., 293 p. front, (facsim.) port. 23J<^'". 
Binder's title: Olney memorial. 

CS71.051 1889 

1-C142 

2407 O'Madden. 

Genealogical, historical, and family records of the O'Madden's 
of Hy-Many, and their descendants. Dublin, W. Powell, 
printer, 1894. 

72 p. 22«"'. 

Preface signed Thomas More Madden. 

08490.06 

9-1910G 

2408 O'Meagher. 

Some historical notices of the O'Meaghers of Ikerrin . . . By 
Joseph Casimir O'Meagher . . . American ed. New York, 1890. 
216 p. front., illus., plates (partly col.) ports., 2 maps, facsim. 25J°™. 
Title vignette. 

Date on title-page and copyright date changed to 1893. 
"American notes": p. 157-185. 

CS499.06 

2408a Copy 2. 

CS71.065 1890 

0-8418 

2409 Onderdonk. 

Genealogy of the Onderdonk family in America, comp. by 
Elmer Onderdonk . . . With revisions, addenda and appendix, 
by the publisher, Andrew J. Onderdonk . . . New York, Priv. 
print., 1910. 

374 p. front., 3 pi. 24«««. 

CS71.068 1910 

10-9116 

2410 O'Neill. 

The O'Neills of Ulster; their history and genealogy by 
Thomas Mathews . . . With illustrations, some notices of the 
northern septs; and an introduction by Francis Joseph Big- 
ger . . . Dublin, Sealy, Bryers & Walker, 1907. 

3 V. fronts, (partly col.) plates, ports., fold, map, fold, geneal. tables. 19"™. 

CS499.065 

9-15745 

See also Jolliffe. CS71.J76 1893 



Opdyck. See Opdyke. 

35819°— 10 32 



498 LIBRAEY OF CONGEESS 

2411 Opdyke. 

The Op Dyck genealogy, containing the Opdyck — Opdycke — 
Opdyke — Updike American descendants of the Wesel and Hol- 
land families, by Charles Wilson Opdyke, with an investigation 
into their Op Den Dyck ancestors in Europe, by Leonard Eck- 
stein Opdycke . . . Albany, N. Y,, Printed for Charles W. 
Opdyke, Leonard E. Opdycke and William S. Opdyke, by 
Weed, Parsons & co., 1889. 

ix, [33], 499 p. incl. plan, plates, ports., facsims., plan. 25^"™. 

CS71.061 1889 

9-12541 

See also Updike. 

2411a Orange. 

Guillaume d'Orange et les origines des Antilles franpaises, 
6tude historique d'apr^s les chroniques de I'epoque et de nom- 
breux documents in^dits, accompagn6e d'un expos6 de la 
descendance de Guillaume d'Orange et de pieces justificatives, 
par le vicomte du Motey. . . Paris, A. Picard et fils, 1908. 
xi, 471 p. 25^^™. 
p. 329-414, La descendance de Guillaume d'Orange. 

F2026.M88 

10-11762 

2412 Orange-Nassau. 

Tableau de I'histoire des princes et principavt^ d'Orange. 
Divis6 en quatre parties selon les quatre races qui y ont regn6 
souverainement depuis Fan 793. Commenpant a Gvillavme 
av Cornet, premier prince d'Orange. Jusques a Frederich 
Henry de Nassav, a present regnant. Illustr6 de ses genealo- 
gies & enrichi de plusieurs belles antiquit6s avec leurs tallies 
douces. La Haye, Impr. de T. Maire, 1639. 

10 p. 1., 903, [11] p. plates (partly double) ports., fold, geneal. charts. 40"=™. 

By Joseph de La Pise. 

Added t.-p., engr. 

DJ150.L3 

1-9695 

2413 The history of the most illustrious William, prince of 

Orange: deduc'd from the first founders of the antient house of 
Nassau, together with the most considerable actions of this 
present prince. [London] 1688. 

3 p. 1., 190, [8] p. igo'". 

DJ186.H67 

5-6744 

2414 Histoire du stadhouderat depuis son origine jusqu'a pre- 
sent. Par M. I'abbe Kaynal. 6. 6d [Paris ?] 1750. 

2 V. 16*"™. 

DJ146.E.2 

5-6733 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 499 

Orange - Nassau — Continued . 

2415 The history of the house of Orange; or, A brief relation 

of the glories and magnanimous achievements of His Majesty's 
renovmed predecessors, and likewise of his own heroic actions 
till the late wonderful revolution; together with the history of 
William and Mary, king and queen of England, Scotland, 
France and Ireland, &c. being an impartial account of the most 
remarkable passages and transactions in these kingdoms, from 
Their Majesty's happy accession to the throne to this time. 
By Richard Burton [pseud.] A new ed. Westminster, M. 
Stace, 1814. 

iv, 144 p. front. 21^"°'. 

Title in red and black within line border. 

let edition; London, 1693. 

DJ160.C96 

4-2g581 

2416 Juliana von Stolberg, ahnfrau des hauses Nassau-Oranien. 

Nach ihrem leben und ihrer geschichtlichen bedeutung quellen- 
massig dargestellt von dr. Ed. Jacobs . . . Wemigerode, O. Hen- 
del in Halle, a. d. s. 1889. 

xii, 515, [1] p. illuB., fold, facsim., fold, geneal. tab. 26**. 
"Die vorliegende schrift wurde zuerst in ktirzerer geetalt im jahre 1884 bei 
einer familienfeier dee hausee Stolberg-Wemigerode iiberreicht." — p. [v] 

DD401.H62J7 

9-18510 

2417 Nassau-Saarbrucken und Mors. Ein beitrag zur ge- 

schichte des oranischen successionsstreites . . . Von Wilhelm 
Martin Dienstbach. Frankfurt a. M., Dnick von Voigt & Glei- 
ber, 1905. 

265, [1] p. 3 faceime. on fold. pi. 24°». 

Inaug.-disfl. — ZQrich. 

Vita. 

Plate printed on both sides. 

"Quellen": p. 4-6. 

DD491.M6D5 

9-21041 

OrmozLd. See also Butler. DA940.6.07C2 

Fitzgerald. DA916.3.D4H3 

2418 Ormsby. 

A short account of the family of Ormsby of Pittsburgh. By 
Oliver Ormsby Page . . . Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 1892. 
46, [2] p. 29<="'. 

CS71.073 1892 

9-12542 

Orr. See also Mitchell. F74.E18B9 

Orsborne. See Osbom. 



500 LIBKAEY OF CONGRESS 

2419 Orton. 

An account of the descendants of Thomas Orton, of Windsor, 
Connecticut, 1641 (principally in the male line) By Edward 
Orton . . . Columbus, O., Press of Nitschke brothers, 1896. 

220 p. ports., fold, geneal. tables. 23"'". 

CS71.078 1896 

9-12541 

2420 Orvis. 

The Orvis family. [New York, F. W. Orvis, printer, 189-?] 

cover-title, 15 p. 15 x 15"™. 

Prefatory note signed: Edwin W. Orvia. 

CS71.079 189- 

5-452 

2421 The Orvis family. [New York, F. W. Orvis, printer, 

1895] 

cover-title, 13 p., II. 15 x 15"'". 

Edited from the papers of Edward Everett Orvis by Francis W. Orvis. c/. 
Pref. note. 

CS71.079 1896 

5-1246 

2422 Orwig. 

The descendants of Gottfried Orwig, 1719-1898 . . . Ed. and 
comp. by Geo. W. Wagenseller . . . Middleburgh, Pa., Wagen- 
seller publishing company, 1898. 

cover-title, 181-208 p. ISJ""*. 

Taken from the author's ' ' History of the Wagenseller family in America. ' ' 

CS71.08 1898 

9-12545 

Osberne. See Osborn. 

2423 Osborn. 

The Osborne and Leeds families. (In Ancestral stories and 
traditions of great families illustrative of English history. By 
John Timbs . . . London, 1869. 18^°™. p. 76-79) 

DA28.35.A1T5 

5-5847 

2424 Genealogy of the Osborn family from 1755 to 1891. 

[Princeton, N. J., W. C. C. Zapf, printer, 1891] 

11 p. 22^"". 

Caption title. 

Comp. by Henry Runyan. 

"The name was originally spelled Osberne: also, Orsborne, Osbourne, 

Osborne, and Osborn are found to have been derived from the same source." — 

P-[l] 

CS71.081 1891 

2-28226 

Osborne. See Osborn. 
Osbourne. See Osborn. 



AMEBICAK AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 501 

2425 Osgood. 

A genealogy of the descendants of John, Christopher and 
WilHam Osgood, who came from England and settled in New 
England early in the seventeenth century. Comp. by the late 
Ira Osgood. Ed. by Eben Putnam. Salem, Mass., Printed at 
the Salem press, 1894. 
xiii, 478 p. front, (coat of amiB) 23i<"". 



CS71.082 1804 



9-12547 



See also Repalje. CS69.H7 

Tapley. CS71.T173 1900 

2426 Ostrander. 

A genealogical history of the Stephen Ostrander branch of 
the Ostrander family in America, 1660-1902. [Danville, Pa., 
19021 

geneal. tab. 40i x 30i<'°'. 

Signed: Ogden H. Ostrander. 

CS71.086 1902 

4-17861 

O'SuUivan. See also Sullivan. 

Otis. See also Robinson. CS71.R66 1894 

2427 O'Toole. 

History of the clan O'Toole (ui ruafaii) and other Leinster 
septs. By the Rev. P. L. O'Toole . . . Dublin, M. H. Gill and 
son; New York, Benziger bros.; [etc., etc.] 1890. 

XV, [1], 603, [2], 52, 7 p. col. front, (coat of arms) pi., port., maps, tab. 
28"°. 

"The history of the clan O'Byme (Ui Faelan)": 52 p. 

CS499.07 

2-8379 

2428 Otter. 

Pedigree of the family of Otter of Welham, in the county of 
Nottingham, and elsewhere, with notes. Compiled by Captain 
A. E. Lawson Lowe, f. s. a. Privately printed. London 
[Printed by Mitchell and Hughes] 1880. 

15 p. incl. geneal. tab. coat of arms. 28^"=™. 

CS439.07 

2-30582 

2429 Overmyer. 

Overmyer history and genealogy from 1680 to 1905, collated 
by Barnhart B. and John C. Overmyer . . . Fremont, O., 
C. S. Beelman, printer, 1905. 
4 p. ]., 297, 39 p. plates, ports. 23<"°. 

CS71.096 1905 
5-35769 



502 LIBRAKY OF CONGRESS 

2429a Owen. 

Pedigree of Owen of Llunllo and Bettws, co. Montgomery; 
Tedsmore, Woodhouse, Condover, and Whiteley <now Kynas- 
ton of Hardwick>, co. Salop. With grant of a canton and 
crest to the arms of Edward Owen of Shrewsbury. Comp. by 
Geo. Grazebrook . . . Privately printed. London, Mitchell 
and Hughes, 1887. 

20 p. col. front, (coat of arms) pi., illus. 26<=". 



10-11539 



CS439.08 



See also Gustin. CS71.G982 1900 

Habersham. cs71.hii4 I90l 

Maurice. cs459.Md 

Minshall. CS71.M666 1867 

2430 Oxenbridge. 

The Oxenbridges of Brede place, Sussex, and Boston, Massa- 
chusetts. By William Durrant Cooper . . . London, J. R, 
Smith, 1860. 

20 p. front., pi. 22<"«'. 

Reprinted from the Sussex archseological collections, vol. xii. 
Supplementing the account of the Oxenbridge family contained in the 
author's "Notices of Winchelsea," in Sussex archseological collections, v. 8, p. 

213-233. 

CS71.098 1860 

5-25489 

Pabody. See Peabody. 

Paddock. See also Griswold. CS71.G87 1898 

2431 Padelford. 

1628. Descendants of Jonathan Padelford. 1858. Pre- 
pared and compiled by S. C. Newman . . . Providence, A. C. 
Greene and brother, printers, 1859. 

ceneal. tab. 54 x 68'"°. 

CS71.P123 1869 

3-8711 

Pagan. See also Patterson. 1866 

Paganell. See Paynell. 

2432 Page. 

Genealogy of the Page family in Virginia. Also a condensed 
account of the Nelson, Walker, Pendleton, and Kandolph fam- 
ilies, with references to the Bland, Burwell, Byrd, Carter, Gary, 
Duke, Gilmer, Harrison, Rives, Thornton, Welford, Washington, 
and other distinguished families in Virginia. By Richard Chan- 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 503 

2432 Page — Continued. 

ning Moore Page ... 2d ed. New York, Publishers' printing 
CO., 1893. 
X, 275 p. incl. illus., porta. 25" 



^om 



CS71.P133 1893 



9-17828 



See also Byrd. E160.G55 

Pocahontas. CS71.B747 1887 

Washington. CS69.W5 

Pagenell. See Paynell. 

2433 Paine. 

The Paynes of Suffolk. Extracted from "The visitation of 
Suffolke." Ed. by Joseph Jackson Howard . . . Lowestoft, 
Printed by S. Tymms, 1867. 

21 p. illus. (coat of arms) pi. (coat of amiB) 26 x 20^°™. 

Interleaved. 

Communicated by William Harvey. 

CS439.P3 

2-26607 

2434 The genealogy of the families of Payne and Gore. Comp. 

by W. H. Whitmore. Boston, Press of J. Wilson & son, 1875. 

1 p. 1., 30 p. front, (port.) 22^""". 

Added t.-p.: The publications of the Prince society. 

One hundred fifty copies furnished by the author to the Prince society for 
distribution. 

Revised from the Mass. hist. soc. Proceedings, 1875, p. 405-425. 

CS71.P146 1875 

9-14800 

2435 Paine family records: a journal of genealogical and bio- 
graphical information respecting the American families of Payne, 
Paine, Payn &c. Ed. by H. D. Paine . . . New York [Albany, 
J. Munsell, printer] 1880-83. 

2 v. in 1. map, geneal. charts, facsims. 24^"™. 

CS71.P146 1880-1883 

9-12857 

2436 Paine genealogy. Ipswich branch. Including a brief his- 
tory of the Norman race (to which all families of "Paine" 
belong) from its origin until the conquest and the crusade in 
which Hugo de Payen served. By Albert W. Paine . . . Ban- 
gor, Me., Printed by O. F. Knowles & co., 1881. 

184 p. front, (coat of arms) illus. 23^'"°. 

CS71.P146 1881 

9-12858 

See also Thayer. CS71.T37 1836 



504 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2437 Painter. 

Our ancesters . . . [Descendants and relatives of Samuel 
Painter of Phila., Pa., 1707, with allied families, being the 
ancestors of the author, J. Painter . . . Lima ? Pa.] 1869. 

2 p. 1., 20, [4] p. geneal. tab. 20 x Ib^""^. 

Genealogical table: Ancestry of Enos Painter and Hannah Minshall. 

CS71.P148 1869 

9-12844 

Paleologus. See also Willoughby. da250,e.72 

2438 Palgrave. 

Palgrave family memorials. Ed. by Charles John Palmer 
and Stephen Tucker (Rouge Croix). Norwich, Printed by Mil- 
ler and Leavins (for private distribution only) 1878. 

4 p. 1., 208 p. illus., plates (1 col.) ports. 25^''™. 

Ed. with, the assistance of Charles Bridger. 

CS439.P22 

4-21363 

See also Sandys. CS71.S22 1897 



2439 Palmer. 

The pedigree of the ancient family of the Palmers of Sussex, 
1672. Copied from the original ms. in the possession of Charles 
James Palmer, esq., of Dorney court. Together with extracts 
from registers, inscriptions on coffin-plates, etc. illustrating the 
Palmer genealogy. [London] Privately printed, 1867. 

34 p. illus. (coats of arms) 28i'"°. 

By Roger Jenyne. 

CS439.P26 

9-19126 

2440 A genealogical record of the descendants of John and Mary 

Palmer, of Concord, Chester (now Delaware) Co., Pa.; espe- 
cially through their son, John Palmer, jr., and sons-in-law, Wil- 
liam and James Trimble. With notes of ancestry, or informa- 
tion, of many of the families with whom they intermarried. By 
Lewis Palmer. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1875. 

474 p. incl. front., illus., port. 21J''™. 

CS71.P175 1876 

1-21320 

2441 Volume no. 1 of Palmer records. Proceedings, or memo- 
rial volume of the first Palmer family re-union held at Stoning- 
ton. Conn., August 10 & 11, 1881, the ancestral home of Walter 
Palmer, the pilgrim of 1629. Being also a part of the genea- 
logical, biographical, and historical records of the family, as 
contained in the several addresses, etc. delivered on the occasion 
of the re-union. <Artotype illustrations > Ed. by Noyes F. 
Palmer. [Brooklyn] Brooklyn union-argus, 1881. 

295, [1] p. front., ports., fold, facsim. 24"™. 

CS71.P175 1881 
6-25478 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 605 

Palmer — Continued . 

2442 Supplement to Volume no. 1 of Palmer records. Ad- 
dresses, poems, proceedings of the second Palmer family 
re-union, held at Stonington, Conn., August 10, 11 & 12, 1882 
. . . Under the auspices of the Palmer re-union association. 
Ed. by Noyes F. Palmer. Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. [1882] 

119 p. 23<"". 

CS71.P178 1882 

5-25479 

2443 A brief genealogical history of the ancestors of Deacon 

Stephen Palmer, of Candia, Rockingham County, N. H., with 
some account of the other lines of descent from his original 
American ancestor, Thomas Palmer, one of the founders of 
Rowley, Mass., in 1639. Brooklyn, N. Y. [J. E. & G. H. 
Rowe] 1886. 

xi, 95 p. fold, geneal. tab. 24''™. 

Comp. by Frank Palmer from material collected by Josiah Palmer. 

CS71.P175 1886 

9-12850 

2444 Palmer groups. John Melvin of Charlestown and Con- 
cord, Mass., and his descendants. Gathered and arranged 
for Mr. Lowell Mason Palmer of New York. By Miss Emily 
Wilder Leavitt. Privately printed. Boston, Press of D. 
Clapp & son, 1901-1905. 

1 p. 1., X, [5]-450, xl p., 2 1. fold, geneal. tables. 27°™. 

CS71.P175 1901-1905 

5-28030 

2445 The Palmer family in Connecticut and Michigan. By 

K. E. Leneh. Detroit, 1904. 

25"". 

Clippings from the Detroit tribune, Saturday, Dec. 24, 1904. 

CS71.P176 1904 

See also Chute. CS71.C664 1894 

Clarke. CS71.C6 1904 

Driver. CS71.D782 1889 

2446 Panet. 

La f amille Panet, par Pierre-Georges Roy . . . L6vis [Quebec, 
J.-A.-K. Laflamme, imprimeurl 1906. 
212 p. plate, ports. 23i<=™. 
Tir6 k 150 exemplaires. 

CS90.P3 

7-24302 

Papin. See also Chouteau. CS71.C662 1893 



506 LIBKAEY OF CONGRESS 

2447 Park. 

The Park record; containing an account of the ancestry and 
descendants of Thomas Kinnie Park and Robert Park, of 
Groton, Conn., and Grafton, Vt. . . . Comp. by Edwin H. 
Park . . . [Denver, Col., Bartow & Ray print, 1902] 
88 p. plates (1 col.) ports., geneal. tab. 23"= 



Xcia 

CS71.P235 1902 



3-26848 



2448 Genealogy of the Parke families of Connecticut; includ- 
ing Robert Parke, of New London, Edward Parks, of Guilford, 
and others. Also a list of Parke, Park, Parks, etc., who fought 
in the revolutionary war. Compiled by Frank Sylvester 
Parks . . . Washington, D. C. [Printed by H. A. Parks] 1906. 

333 p. front., illus., plates (partly col.). ports. 21=°'. 
"No. 165." 
"Privately printed." 

CS71.P235 1906 

8-29597 

2449 Genealogy of the Parke families of IVlassachusetts ; includ- 
ing Richard Parke, of Cambridge, William Park, of Groton, and 
others. Comp. by Frank Sylvester Parks . . . Washington, 
D. C, [Press work by the Columbia polytechnic institute printing 
office] 1909. 

262 p. col. front, (coat of arms) illus., ports. 21°°'. 
"No. 11." 
"Privately printed." 



CS71.P235 1909 



9-7532 



See also Biddle. E207.B5B6 

Champney. CS71.C453 1855 

Clark. CS71.C6 1906a 

Lloyd. CS71.L792 1898 

Washington. CS71.W318 1879 

Parke. See Park. 

2450 Parker. 

Pedigree of Sir John Parker, knight. (In Life and acts of 
Matthew Parker, the first archbishop of Canterbury, by John 
Strype. London, 1711. 31^*"°.) 

2451 The genealogy of Wm. Thornton Parker, a. m., m. d. of 

Boston, Mass. Born January 8th, 1818. Died March 12th, 
1855. Contributed by his son, Wm. Thornton Parker . . . 
Newport, R. I., J. P. Sanborn, printer, 1888. 

10 p. 23"™. 

CS71.P24 1888 

9-12854 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 507 

Parker — Continued . 

2452 - — - Family records. Parker — Pond — Peck. By Rev. Edwin 
Pond Parker . . . 1636-1892. Hartford, Conn., Press of the 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard co., 1892. 

51 p., 7 1. 24^''°'. 

A brief sketch of the Pond family showing our derivation through Wealthy 
Ann (Parker) Pond. Taken from the "Pond genealogy " : p. 45-51. 
p. 32-43 partly blank for additions and corrections. 
Seven leaves of additions interspersed. 
Ms. corrections and additions. 

CS71.P24 1892 

9-12855 

2453 Genealogy and biographical notes of John Parker of 

Lexington and his descendants. Showing his earlier ancestry 
in America from Dea. Thomas Parker of Reading, Mass., from 
1635 to 1893. By Theodore Parker. Worcester, Mass., Press 
of C. Hamilton, 1893. 

4 p. 1., 528 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 24"". 

CS71.P24 1893 

0-12853 

2454 Gleanings from Parker records, a. d. 1271 to 1893, by 

William Thornton Parker . . . Haverhill, Mass., Press of 
Chase brothers, 1894. 

51 p. 2 pi., 2 port. 24i«»». 

CS71.P24 1894 

8-11880 

2455 Glances at the ancestors of John Parker. (Born 1807, 

died 1891.) [Columbus ? Ohio, 1895] 

16 p. 22<"». 

Note on verso of title signed: Harry Parker Ward. 

Intended as an addition to the author's memorial sketch of his grandparents, 
John Parker and Persia FoUett Parker, published in 1893. cf. Note. 

CS71.P24 1895 

6-15864 

See also Gamble. CS7i.ai9l 1906 



2456 Parkhurst. 

A fragment of the Parkhurst genealogy prepared from the 
records by Charles H. Parkhurst. Providence, R. I., Printed 
for private distribution, 1883. 

19 p. 23^'="'. 

CS71.P246 1883 

8-22338 

2457 The Parkhurst family. Descendants of Ephraim Park- 
hurst, of Framingham, Mass. [n. p., 1897] 

cover-title, [3]-21 p. incl. illus., 1 port. 19""". 
By Wellington Evarts Parkhurst. 

CS71.P24e 1897 

4-22378 



508 LIBKAKY OF CONGRESS 

Parkhurs t — Continued . 

2458 Parkhurst historical and genealogical association of Amer- 
ica. [Constitution, by-laws, list of members, &c.] Baltimore, 
Md., 1900. 
cover-title, 4 1. 22^''"'. 

CS71.P246 1900 

1-19500 

Parks See Park. 

2469 Parmelee. 

The descendants of John Parmelee. Comp. by the Hon. 
R. D. Smyth, and communicated by his grandson, Bernard C. 
Steiner, ph. d. (In New England historical and genealogical 
register. Boston, 1899. 24«'". v. 53, p. 405-411) 

F1.N561 vol. 53 

See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1892 



2460 Parnell. 

The life of Charles Stewart Parnell, with an account of his 
ancestry. By Thomas Sherlock. With an appendix, contain- 
ing most interesting details of C. S. Parnell's early life, and of 
the Parnell, Stewart, and Tudor families. Boston, Providence, 
Murphy & McCarthy, 1881. 

202 p. front, (port.) 19<"". 

DA958.P2S6 

6-1214 

2461 Parry. 

Parry family records. Private ed. Philadelphia, D. C. 
Ryan, printer, 1877. 
34 p. incl. front., plates. 20^"™. 
Comp, by Richard Randolph Parry. 

Front, and 2 plates from S. F. Hotchkins' "York Road old and new " inserted. 

CS71.P264 1877 

9-13000 V 

See also Jolliflfe. CS71.J75 1893 



2462 Parshall. 

[James Parshall and his descendants . . . By James C. Par- 
shall. Syracuse, N. Y., privately printed, 1900] 

iv, 38 p. 24^=™. 
T.-p. wanting. 

CS71.P266 1900 
1-6671 

2463 The history of the Parshall family, from the conquest of 

England by William of Normandy, a. d. 1066, to the close of 
the 19th century. By James Clark Parshall . . . Syracuse, 
1903. 

4 p. 1., 280, [12], xxi p. front., 1 col. pi., ports. 27«'». 

CS71.P266 1903 

3-22118 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 509 

2464 Parsons. 

Radial charts. Comet Joseph Parsons [of Springfield, Mass., 
1635, through Hon. Francis Parsons of Hartford, Ct., bom 1795. 
By David Parsons Holton and Frances K. (Forward) Holton. 
New York, 1877] 

geneal. tab. 44 x e?""" fold, to 13^ x 24««. 

CS71.P269 1877 

9-18731 

2465 [Radial chart of descendants of Comet Joseph Parsons of 

Springfield, Mass., 1635, through Thomas Parsons of New Lon- 
don, Conn., born 1791. By David Parsons Holton and Frances 

K. (Forward) Holton. New York, 1877] 
geneal. tab. 43^ x 67i=°' fold, to 13^ x 23i<'°>. 

CS71.P269 1877a 

9-18732 

2466 Descendants of Thomas and Katherine (Hester) Parsons, 

of England, through their grandson Dea. Benjamin* of Spring- 
field, Massachusetts. New York, 1878. 

geneal. tab. coat of arms. 77^ x 71"™ fold, to 30 x 24i'"». 
Signed David Parsons Holton and Frances K. (Forward) Holton. 

CS71.P269 1878 

9-15008 

2467 Genealogy of the family of Lewis B. Parsons (second) 

Parsons-Hoar. St. Louis, Perrin & Smith printing co. [1900] 
109 p. porta. 23«°'. 
Introduction signed Lewis B. Parsons. 

CS71.P269 1900 

1-5674 

2468 Comet Joseph Parsons one of the founders of Springfield 

and Northampton, Massachusetts; Springfield, 1636; North- 
ampton, 1655. An historical sketch ... by H. M. Burt, with 
supplementary chapters ... by Albert Ross Parsons. Garden 
City, N. Y., A. R. Parsons [1901] 

187 p. front., pi., ports. 23"°'. 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 



1-11004 



CS71.P269 1901 



See also Bradford. CS71.B8 I900a 

Giles. CS71.G472 1864 

Henry. CS71.H523 1905 

Holton. CS71.H758 1881 

Layton. CS71.Ii429 1886 

2469 Parthemore. 

Genealogy of the Parthemore family. 1744-1885. By E. W. 
S. Parthemore. Harrisburg, Pa., L. S. Hart, printer, 1885. 
viii, 242 p. 23<'»'. 

CS71.P273 1886 

9-12852 



510 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2470 Partridge. 

Partridge genealogy. Descendants of John Partridge of 
Medfield, Mass. By George Homer Partridge, b. s. Boston, 
Press of D. Clapp & son, 1904. 

V, [3]-46 p. front., facsim. 23^"™. 

"Reprinted in part from New England historical and genealogical register." 

CS71.P275 1904 

4-24960 

See also Lyman. CS71.L986 1866 

Robinson. CS71.I166 1894 

Paschall. See also Byrd. E169.Q66 

Paterson. See Patterson. 

Pattee. See also Corliss. CS71.C8 1875 

2471 Patten. 

Patten genealogy. William Patten of Cambridge, 1635 and 
his descendants, by Thomas W. Baldwin . . . Boston, T. W. 
Baldwin, 1908. 

5 p. 1., 290 p. map, fold, facsim. 24J»». 

CS71.P316 1908 

8-30519 

2472 Patterson. 

The birthplace and parentage of William Paterson, founder 
of the Bank of England, and projector of the Darien scheme: 
with suggestions for improvements on the Scottish registers. 
By WiUiam Pagan . . . Edinburgh, W. P. Nimmo, 1865, 

3 p. 1., 146 p. ISi""". 

10-10269 

24:73 Concerning the forefathers; being a memoir, with personal 

narrative and letters of two pioneers. Col. Robert Patterson and 
Col. John Johnston, the paternal and maternal grandfathers of 
John Henry Patterson of Dayton, Ohio, for whose children this 
book is written by Charlotte Reeve Conover. [1st ed.] [New 
York, The Winthrop press, "1902] 

xviii, 432, [20] p. col. front., illus., plates, ports., maps, facsims. (1 col.) 
28i X IS^""*. 

Ornamental t.-p. 

Limited edition of 1,000 numbered and registered copies. This copy not 
numbered. 

CS71.P317 1903 

3-18202 

See also Bannerman. 

Driver. CS71.D782 1889 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 511 

2474 Paul. 

. . . Family register of Richard Paul, born in England and 
emigrated to America during the early part of 1635. Also of 
his descendants as far as ascertained. Traced by Dea. Luther 
Paul of Newton, Mass., the sixth generation, Fulton Paul, Hud- 
son, New York, and Martha C. Crane of Dedham, Mass., of the 
eighth generation, [n. p., 1896] 

7 geneal. tables. 24 x SS'™. 

Caption title. 

At head of title: This sheet corrected to August, 1895. 

Manuscript corrections to February, 1907. 

0S71.P324 1806 

9-30704 

Paulding. See also Treman. CS71.T789 lOOl 

2476 Pawling. 

Pawling genealogy, by Albert Schoch Pawling. Lewisburg, 
Pa., 1905. 
84 p. front, (port.) 22''"». 

CS71.P34 1006 

6-20 

See also Burhans. CS71.B058 1804 



2476 Paxton. 

The Paxtons: their origin in Scotland, and their migrations 
through England and Ireland, to the colony of Pennsylvania, 
whence they moved South and West, and found homes in many 
states and territories . . . By W. M. Paxton . . . Platte City, 
Mo., Landmark print, 1903. 

3 p. 1., 420, 65 p. plates (1 col.) porta. 23i»"'. 

CS71.P342 1003 

3-17939 

Payne. See Paine. 

2476a Paynell. 

Historical details of the ancient religious community of secu- 
lar canons in York prior to the conquest of England . . . with 
biographical notices of the founder, Ralph Paynell, and of his 
descendants, of whom William Paynell, his eldest son, founded 
the priory of Drax. By Thomas Stapleton. PLondon, 1847] 

231 p. 2 plates. 23"°*. (Royal archaeological institute of Gt. Brit, and Ire. 
Memoirs illustrative of the hist, and antiq. of York. v. 1) 

DA20.I1832 vol. 1 

2477 Peabody. 

A genealogy of the Peabody family, as compiled by the late 
C. M. Endicott, of Salem, llev. and cor. by William S. Pea- 
body, of Boston. With a partial record of the Rhode Island 



512 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2477 Peabody — Continued. 

branch by B. Frank Pabodie, of Providence . . . Boston, D. 
Clapp & son, 1867. 
2 p. 1., 60, [1] p. col. pi. (coat of arms) 24^=™. 

CS71.P35 1867 

1-22228 

2478 A genealogy of the descendants of Moses and Hannah (Fos- 
ter) Peabody; giving the Hne of descent from the first settler 
and following the descent through both men and women to the 
eleventh generation; comp. by Mary Ellen Perley. Salem, 
Mass., Newcomb & Gauss, printers, 1904. 

47 p. 23^""'. 

CS71.P35 1904 

5-130U 

See also Gentry. CS71.G339 1909 



2479 Peachy. 

A memorial history of Peter Bitsche, and a complete family 
register of his lineal descendants and those related to him by 
intermarriage, from 1767 to 1892. Chronologically arranged. 
With an appendix of those not received in time for their proper 
place. By Samuel M. Peachey . . . Lancaster, Pa., J. Baer's 
sons, printers, 1892. 
205 p. 17i<"". 

CS71.P356 1892 

9-7290 

Pearce. See Pierce. 

2480 Pearl. 

Some of John Pearl's descendants, by Alice Heath (Fair- 
banks) Dow. Detroit, Printed by W. C. Heath [1901 ?1 
1 p. 1., 33 p. 2 front, (port.) pi. 23J<"». 

CS71.P36 1901 

3-4174 

2481 Pearson. 

Genealogical records of the pioneer families of Avon, N. Y. 
Pierson, Waterous, Hosmer, Martin, etc., and their descendants. 
Committee: Judge John Pierson . . . W. H. C. Hosmer . . . S. 
Amanda Whitbeck . . . Rochester, N. Y., Express printing 
house, 1871. 

cover-title, 32 p. 22^"™. 

P129.A96G3 

7-22428 

2482 Pierson genealogical records, collected and comp. by Lizzie 

B. Pierson . . . Albany, J. Munsell, 1878. 

vii, [8]-104 p. front. 24"™ 

CS71.P362 1878 

9-12849 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 513 

Pearson — Continued . 

2483 The descendants of Stephen Pierson of Suffolk County, 

England, and New Haven and Derby, Conn. 1645-1739. By 
Frederick Lockwood Pierson. Amenia, N. Y., Walsh & Griff en, 
1895. 
33 p. front, (port.) 25"°. 

CS71.P362 1895 

1-13552 

See also Backhouse. CS439.B18 

Pound. CS71.P876 1904 

Sage. CS71.S129 1908 

ScrippS. CS439.S25 

2484 Pease. 

An account of the descendants of John Pease, who landed at 
Martha's Vineyard in the year 1632. By Frederick S. Pease . . . 
Albany, Printed by J. Munsell, 1847. 

vi, [7]-52 p. illiis. (coat of arms) 21"°. 

CS71.P363 1847 

9-12851 

2485 The early history of the Pease families in America. By 

Austin Spencer Pease. Springfield, Mass., S. Bowles & co., 
printers, 1869. 

V, [2], 102 p. front., illus. (coat of arms) ports. 24"°. 

CS71.P363 1869 

9-12850 

2486 Peaslee. 

The Peaslees and others of Haverhill and vicinity. By E. A. 
Kimball. Haverhill, Mass., Chase bros., 1899. 
72 p. front., plates. 25"°. 

CS71.P364 1899 

Aug. 17, 99-53 

2487 Peck. 

A genealogical account of the descendants in the male line 
of William Peck, one of the founders in 1638 of the colony of 
New Haven, Conn. By Darius Peck. Hudson, Bryan & 
Goeltz, printers, 1877. 

253 p. front, (port.) 23^"°. 

CS71.P367 1877 

2-2214C 

2488 Appendix by John Hudson Peck, (2628), to genealogy 

of the descendants of William Peck of New Haven, Conn., by 
Hon. Darius Peck, (1363). [Troy ? N. Y., 1896 ?] 

XV p. 24"°. 

CS71.P367 1896 

&-22694 

See also Humfreville. CS71.H923 1903 

Lewis. CS71.L675 1900 

Parker. CS71.P24 1892 

35819°— 10 33 



514 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Pecker. See also Morrill. CS71.M874 1903 

Pedrick. See also Bavis. CS71.B374 1880 

Peele. See also Saunders. 0S71.S256 1897 

Peirce. See Pierce. 

2488a Pelham. 

The Norman origin of the family of Pelham. Contributed by 
Mark Antony Lower . . . (In Sussex archseological society. Col- 
lections. Lewes, Sussex, 1872. 23"'°. v. 24, p. 183-188) 

DA670.S97S9 vol. 24. 

2489 Herbert Pelham, his ancestors and descendants. By 

Joseph Lemuel Chester, ll. d. [Boston, 1879] 

11 p. 25i<=°'. 
Caption title. 

"Reprinted from the New England historical and genealogical register for 
July, 1879." 

CS71.P382 1879 

5-14692 

2490 PeU. 

Pedigree of Pell of Walter Wellingsley, Lincolnshire, Norfolk, 
and Pelham, Westchester County, N. Y. . . . [n. p., 18 — ] 
geneal. tab. 61 J x 97"'" fold, to 24^ x 15 J"'". 
Coat of arms. 
Autographed. 

CS71.P386 

10-4375 

2491 Peloubet. 

Family records of Joseph Alexander de Chabrier de Peloubet, 
the first of the name in the United States, with the funeral 
address of his eldest son L. M. F. Chabrier Peloubet, who died 
Nov. 28, 1885. [Rahway, N. J., The Mershon co. press] 
printed for the family, 1892. 

37 p. front., plates, facsims., coat of arms (col.) 24"™. 

Comp. by Joseph Peloubet. 

CS71.P392 1893 

9-18733 

2492 Pelton. 

Genealogy of the Pelton family in America. Being a record 
of the descendants of John Pelton who settled in Boston, Mass., 
about 1630-1632, and died in Dorchester, Mass., January 23rd, 
1681. By J. M. Pelton. Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons, 1892. 

1 p. 1., 722 p. front., pi. (coats of arms) ports. 21^"™. 

No. 108. 

CS71.P393 1893 

9-12848 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 515 

2492a Pemberton. 

The diary of John Pemberton, for the years 1777 and 1778. 
Ed. from the mss. in the possession of the society, by Eli K. 
Price. A paper read before "The Numismatic and anti- 
quarian society of Philadelphia" . . . July 5, 1866. Philadel- 
phia, H. B. Ashmead, printer, 1867. 

14 p. 25=™. 

The "Diary " (p. [3]-6) is taken from ms. notes, made in "Poor Will's pocket 
almanack " in 1777 and 1778. The remainder of the work treats of Pemberton's 
ancestry, and of the banishment of Friends from Pennsylvania during the 
revolution. 

E276.P39 

3-15627 

See also EUls. F3.T61 

Lloyd. CS71.L792 1898 

2493 Pendarvis. 

The genealogy of the Pendarvis-Bedon families of South 
Carolina, 1670-1900, together with lineal ancestry of husbands 
and wives who intermarried with them; also references to 
many associated southern families. Comp. by James Barnwell 
Hey ward. Atlanta, Ga., Foote & Davies company, 1905. 

221 p. illus. (partly col.) 26i«". 

CS71.P397 1905 

8-10317 

Pendleton. See also Clarke. CS71.C6 I902c 

Page. CS71.P133 1893 

Pengry. See Pingry. 

2494 Penn. 

The Penns & Peningtons of the seventeenth century, in their 
domestic and religious life : illustrated by original family letters : 
also incidental notices of Thomas Ellwood, with some of his 
unpublished verses. By Maria Webb . . . London, F. B. Kitto, 
1867. 

xiv p., 1 1., 430 p. front, (port.) 3 pi., 3 facsim. 19i" 



P162.2W36 



8-16830 



2495 The Penn family. By John Jay Smith. [Philadelphia, 

1870] 

cover-title, p. xv-xl. 25^"™. 

From Memoirs of the Historical society of Pennsylvania, v. 9, 1870. 

CS71.P411 1870 

9-13010 

2496 The Penn family < from Lippincott's magazine > by John 

Jay Smith. [Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1870] 

cover-title, p. [149-162] 23i<'"'. 

CS71.P411 1870a 

9-18734 



516 LIBRARY or CONGRESS 

Penn — Continued . 

2496a A pedigree and genealogical notes, from wills, registers, 

and deeds, of the highly distinguished family of Penn, of Eng- 
land and America, designed as a tribute to the memory of the 
great and good William Penn. Comp. and pub. by James 
Coleman. London, J. Coleman, 1871. 
24 p. 2 port., 2 fold, geneal. tab. 24°°'. 

CS439.P4 1871 

2497 Genealogical gleanings, contributory to a history of the 

family of Penn. By J. Henry Lea . . . [Philadelphia, Printed 
by J. B. Lippincott company, 1890] 

51 p. 25"™. 
Caption title. 

Reprinted from the Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography, April- 
October, 1890. 

P162.2.L43 

8-16755 

2498 The family of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania, 

ancestry and descendants. By Howard M. Jenkins . . . Phila- 
delphia and London, The author, 1899. 

X, 260 p. front., plates, ports., facsim. 25"™. 

F152.2.J62 

June 15, 99-84 

2499 The general title of the Penn family to Pennsylvania, an 

abstract prepared by the honorable John Cadwalader . . . 
deceased, continued to the present time by William Brooke 
Rawle. Philadelphia, 1900. 

75 p. 25"™. 

Reprint from the Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography. 

F152.2.C12 

1-18191 

See also Crispin. CS71.C933 1901 

Washington. E187.6.S88 

Penney. See Penny. 

Penniman. See also Vinton. CS71.V79 I858a 

Pennington. See also Penn. F152.2W36 

2500 Penny. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Thomas Penney 
of New Gloucester, Maine, comp. by J. W. Penney . . . Port- 
land, The Thurston print, 1897. 

3 p. 1., 146 p. front., illus., ports. 24"™. 

CS71.P415 1897 

9-12847 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 517 

2501 Pennypacker. 

The Pennypacker reunion, October 4, 1877. [Philadelphia, 
Bavis & Pennypacker, printers, 1878] 

iv, 50, [1] p. front, (facsim.) plates, ports., map. 27<'™. 
Comp. by Samuel "WTiitaker Pennypacker. 

CS71.P416 1878 

9-12845 

2602 The pedigree of Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker, Henry 

Clay Pennypacker, Isaac Rusling Pennypacker, James Lane 
Pennypacker, of Philadelphia, sons of Isaac Anderson Penny- 
packer and Anna Maria Whitaker. [By Samuel W. Penny- 
packer] Philadelphia [Globe printing house] 1892. 
3 1., 2 fold, geneal. tab. 39^'"^. 
Col. coat of arms mounted on verso of front cover. 
"Fifty copies privately printed, no. 48." 

CS71.P416 1802 

»-lS010 

2502a Hendrick Pannebecker, surveyor of lands for the Penns, 

1674-1754, Flombom, Germantown and Skippack; by Hon. 
Samuel W. Pennypacker, ll. d. Philadelphia, Priv. print., 
1894. 

164 p. incl. front, (coat of arms) plates, ports., facsims. 26^"™. 

"150 copies on paper hand-made for the edition, no. 139." 

"The Pennypacker family in the war of the rebellion": p. 135-149. 

"Origin of the family ": p. 9-18. 

10-10917 

2503 The descent of Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker . . . from 

the ancient counts of Holland. With authorities in proof. 
Philadelphia, 1898. 

25 p. front. 23J<"°. 

"Forty copies printed." 

Comp. by Samuel W. Pennypacker. 

CS71.P416 1898 

9-12846 

2504 Penrose. 

History of the Penrose family of Philadelphia, by Josiah 
Granville Leach . . . Philadelphia, Pub. for private circulation 
by D. Biddle, 1903. 

5 p. 1., 163 p. col. front, (coat of arms) illus., plates, ports., facsims. 24^°°, 

Title in red and black within ornamental border. 

"Two hundred and fifty copies printed." 

CS71.P417 1903 



See also Hallowell. CS71.H193 1893 



Peper. See Pepper. 

Pepper. See also Lawson. CS71.L425 1903 



518 LIBKAKY OF CONGRESS 

2505 Pepperrell. 

The Pepperrell portraits. By Cecil Hampden Cutts Howard 

... [Salem? Mass., 1894?] 

cover-title, 12 p. 24^=™. 

"From the Hiatorical collections of the Essex institute, v. 31." 

CS71.P424 1894 
^-25715 

2506 The Pepperrells in America, by Cecil Hampden Cutts 

Howard . . . Salem, Mass., Printed for the Essex institute, 
1906. 

2 p. 1., 106 p. front., plates, ports. 25""°. 

"From the historical collections of the Essex institute, volumes xxxvii- 

XLII." 

CS71.P424 1906 

9-21012 

See also Ellis. F3.T61 

Lay ton. CS71.L429 1885 

Salter. cs7i.si77 1900 

2607 Pepys. 

Genealogy of the Pepys family, 1273-1887; comp. by Walter 
Courtenay Pepys . . . London, G. Bell and sons, 1887. 
73 p. 7 geneal. tables (partly fold.) 21"™. 
Title vignette; head and tail pieces; initials. 

CS439.P46 

2-30576 

Perceval. See also Drummond. CS419.D7 

O'Hara. DA995.Bi8oe 

2508 Percy. 

Illustrations of Alnwick, Prvdhoe and Warkworth. For 
private distribution. [London ? 1857 ?] 

1 p. 1., 40, [7] p. incl. geneal. tables. 92 (i. e. 95) pi. (incl. front., plans, 
facsim.) 32i«"'. 

Engr. t.-p. 

The plates are chiefly from drawings by Orlando Jewitt. 

Contents.— Description of the plates, by C. H. Hartshome. — Surnames of 
the families whose arms compose a shield of quarterings of alliances apper- 
taining to the . . . Duke of Northumberland. — Descent of the most ncble race 

of Percy, earls and dukes of Northumberland . . . 

DA690.A4I2 

3-16f.74 

2509 A history of the house of Percy from the earliest times 

down to the present century, by Gerald Brenan; ed. by 
W. A. Lindsay . . . London, Freemantle & co., 1902. 

2 V. front., pi. (partly col.) port., fold, plan, facsim. (partly fold.) geneal. 
tab. (partly fold.) 23"'". 

Title in red and black. 

DA28.35.P5B8 

2-28385 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 519 

2510 Perkins. 

Perkins family of Connecticut. By Fred. B. Perkins . . . 
[Boston, 1860] 
8 p. 24"=". 
Caption title. 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register, for April, 1860. 

CS71.P46 1860 

4-35826 

2611 A record of births, baptisms, publishments, marriages and 

deaths, in the Perkins family of Ipswich. Communicated by 
Geo. A. Perkins . . . Salem, PrLuted at the Salem press, 1872. 

16 p. 23i«'". 

From the Historical collections of the Essex institute. 



CS71.P46 1872 



9-12843 



2612 Letters concerning the Perkins family . . . Salem, Printed 

at the Salem press, 1887. 

24 p. front., illus. 23='". 

Contents. — Notice of the Perkins arms in England. From Essex institute 
Historical collections. — Two historical letters from Augustus T. Perkins. 
From Essex institute Historical collections. — Notes on the Perkins pedigree, 
by Wm. H. Whitmore. Copied from N. E. Hist, geneal. register. 

CS71.P46 1887 

/V-27447 

2613 The family of John Perkins of Ipswich, Mass. Complete 

in three parts. By Geo. A. Perkins . . . Salem, Printed for 
the author by the Salem press publishing & printing co., 1889. 

3 pt. in 1 V. facsims., coat of arms. 23^'"™. 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

Pt. I, Quartermaster John Perkins; pt. ii, Deacon Thomas Perkins; pt. iii. 
Sergeant Jacob Perkins. 

CS71.P45 1889 

9-12842 

2614 A private proof printed in order to preserve certain mat- 
ters connected with the Boston branch of the Perkins family 
. . . Boston, T. R. Marvin & son, printers, 1890. 

112 p. 24'''». 

By Augustus Thomdike Perkins. 

CS71.P46 1890 

3-7934 

2614a Memoir of Augustus Thorndike Perkins, a. m. By 

William H. Whitmore. < Reprinted from the Proceedings of the 
Massachusetts historical society, June, 1892. > Cambridge, J. 
Wilson and son, 1892. 

14 p. front, (port.) 24jo°. 

3-20238 



520 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Perkins — Continued. 

2515 Notes on the Perkins families in England : chiefly extracts 

from probate registries: with several pedigrees appended. By 
D. W. Perkins. Salem, 1894. 

2 p. 1., 61 p. geneal. tables (1 fold.) 24^''°'. 

CS439.P48 

3-29174 

See also White. CS71.W585 1900 

Woolsey. CS71.W916 1900 

2516 Perley. 

A genealogical chart of the male descendants of Allen Perley/ 
comp. and pub. by Geo. Augustus Perley . . . Fredericton, New 
Brunswick, The author, 1877. 

13 p. 25^'°. 

Title vignette: coat of arms (col.) 

CS71.P451 1877^ 

9-15605 

2517 History and genealogy of the Perley family, comp. by 

M. V. B. Perley . . . Salem, Mass., The compiler, 1906. 

xxii, 748 p. front., illus., plates, ports., fold, geneal. tab. 24J<'™.V 

CS71.P451 1906 

6-32120 

Perrault. See also Casgrain. CS90.C3 

Tetu. CS90.T46 

2518 Perrin. 

Genealogy of the Perrin family, comp. by Glover Perin . . . 
St. Paul, Pioneer press co., 1885. 
224 p. 20<=". 
Alternate leaves blank for "Family record." 

CS71.P458 1885 
9-12841 

Perrine. See also Anderson. CS71.A55 1902 

2519 Perry. 

Descendants of Jonathan Perry, of Topsham, Maine, to the 
fifth generation; comp. by Arthur L. Perry . . . Augusta, 
Press of C. E. Nash, 1890. 

13 p. 24"™. 

Four blank leaves at end for "Family record of." 

CS71.P462 1890 

9-12840 

See also Dobyns. CS71.D636 1908 

Snyder. F545.S67 

Persse. See also Maunsell. CS439.M37 

Perth. See also Drumraond. DA758.3.D8M2 



AMEBIC AN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 521 

2520 Perton. 

Connected annals of the manor and family of Perton of Perton 
CO., Stafford, from the earliest recorded times; by Edward A. 
Hardwicke . . . Calcutta, Printed by Cones & co., 1897. 

2 p. 1., 50 p. 26'=°' 

CS439.P6 

3-1422 

Peter. See Peters. 

2521 Peters. 

A Peters lineage, five generations of the descendants of Dr. 
Charles Peters, of Hempstead. Comp. by Martha Bock6e Flint. 
[Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ? 1896 ?] 

1 p. 1., 164, xi p. front. 25''°'. 

CS71.P48 1896 

1-18169 

2522 Peters of New England: a genealogy, and family history; 

compiled by Edmond Frank Peters and Eleanor Bradley Peters 
(Mrs. Edward McClure Peters) . . . New York, The Knicker- 
bocker press, 1903. 

2 p. 1., xxi p., 1 1., 444 p. front., plates, porta., fold, facsims. 22^"™. 

CS71.P48 1903 

3-31014 

See also MacDonald. CS71.M134 1880 



Peterson. See also Potts. CS71.P871 1896 

2523 Petre. 

Genealogical collections illustrating the history of Roman 
Catholic families of England. Based on the Lawson manu- 
script. Pt. I, no. 2. Petre. Ed. by J. Jackson Howard . . . 
[and] H. Farnham Burke ... H. Seymour Hughes, sub-editor. 
[London] Priv. print., 1887-. 

p. 37-60. illus., plates, facsims., geneal. tables. 50"™. 

CS438.L3 

8-37484 

Pettingell. See Pettingill. 

2524 PettingiU. 

A Pettingell genealogy; notes concerning those of the name, 
comp. by the late John Mason Pettingell; arranged for publi- 
cation by Charles Henry Pope . . . ed. and compared with the 
compiler's notes by Charles I. Pettingell. Boston, Mass. [The 
Fort Hill press] 1906. 

xiv, [3J-582 p. front., ports. 25i«'". 

CS71.P511 1906 

6-20196 



522 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Petty. See also Bavis. CS71.B374 1880 

Peveril. See also Brown. CS439.B85 1903 

Peyton. See also Glassell. F225.H41 

2525 Pfautz. 

A family record of John Michael Pfautz, a native of Switzer- 
land, Europe, who emigrated from the Palatinate to America, 
about the year 1707, and his posterity down to the year 1880. 
Comp. by John Eby Pfautz . . . Lancaster, Pa., J. Baer's sons, 
printers, 1881. 

70 p. 16«™. 

CS71.P522 1881 

2-3990 

2526 Pfei£fer. 

Genealogy of Dr. Francis Joseph Pfeiffer of Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania, and his descendants, 1734-1899. By Edwin 
Jacquett Sellers. Philadelphia [Press of J. B. Lippincott co.] 
1899. 

67 p. front, (port.) 25«"^. 

Edition limited to two hundred copies, of which this is no. 20. 

CS71.P526 1899 

9-12839 

Phelips. See Phillips. 

2527 Phelps. 

Genealogy of Othniel Phelps, esq. of Aylmer, Canada West. 
Prepared expressly for him, by request, by his esteemed friend, 
and distant relative, Oliver Seymour Phelps ... St. Catharines, 
H. F. Leavenworth's "Herald" power press, 1862. 

44 p., 1 1. 23°°'. 

CS71.P54 1862 

9-1283S 

2528 The Phelps family. An interesting letter touching the 

genealogical record of one branch of the Phelps family. By 
Oliver Seymour Phelps. Big Rapids [Mich.] Pioneer-magnet 
print, 1878. 

13 p. 18^"'°. 

CS71.P54 1878 

9-12837 

2529 A genealogical record of the descendants of Joseph and 

Jemima (Post) Phelps, of Hebron, Connecticut. Showing also, 
in brief, the several links in the genealogical chain which connects 
them with the old Puritan, William Phelps, who came to 
America in 1630; with some historical notes and data relating 



AMEEICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 523 

2529 Phelps— Continued. 

to the common family name. By Dudley Post Phelps . . . 
[Syracuse, N. Y., C. W. Bardeen] 1885. 

3 p. 1., 5-96 {{. €. 104) p. front, (phot.) illus. 23^"'°. (School bulletin 
publications) 

Ed. by Anna Redfield Phelps. 

Pages 77 a-h and alternate pages from 80 to 96 left blank for "A genealogical 
record." 

CS71.P54 1885 

9-29649 

2530 The Phelps family of America and their English ancestors, 

with copies of wills, deeds, letters, and other interesting papers, 
coats of arms and valuable records. Comp. by Judge Oliver 
Seymour Phelps, of Portland, Oregon, and Andrew T. Servin, of 
Lenox, Mass. . . . Pittsfield, Mass., Eagle publishing co., 1899. 
2 V. front., illue., plates (partly fold.) ports., maps, plans, facsims. 24J«'". 
Paged continuously. 

CS71.P64 1899 

1-21628 

See also Flagg. CS71.F754 1903 

Foster. CS71.F766 1897 

Nash. CS71.N25 1902 

2531 Philbrick. 

A genealogy of the Philbrick and Philbrook families, de- 
scended from the emigrant, Thomas Philbrick, 1583-1667. By 
Rev. Jacob Chapman . . , Exeter, N. H., Exeter gazette steam 
printing house, 1886. 

202 p. front., porta. 23»"'. 

CS71.P646 1886 

9-12836 

Philbrook. See Philbrick. 
Philipse. See Phillips. 
Phillimore. See also Filmer. 

2532 Phillips. 

Phillips genealogies; including the family of George Phillips, 
first minister of Watertown, Mass. . . . also the families of 
Ebenezer Phillips, of Southboro, Mass., Thomas Phillips, of 
Duxbury, Mass., Thomas Phillips, of Marshfield, Mass., John 
Phillips, of Easton, Mass., James Phillips, of Ipswich, Mass. 
With brief genealogies of Walter Phillips, of Damariscotta, Me., 
Andrew Phillips, of Kittery, Me., Michael, Richard, Jeremy and 
Jeremiah Phillips, of Rhode Island; and fragmentary records. 



524 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

2532 Phillips— Continued. 

of early American families of this name . . . Comp. by Albert M. 
Phillips, Auburn, Mass. [Press of C. Hamilton, Worcester, 
Mass.] 1885. 

xii p., 2 1., [9J-233 p. front., ports. 24"='. 

CS71.P555 1885 

9-12835 

2533 Outline of the Phillips genealogy for 300 years, 1587-1887, 

and of the Coventry, N. Y. branch of the Phillips family for 100 
years . . . [Newtown ? Conn., 1886] 
geneal. tab. 58^ x 41<=™ fold, to 30^"^. 
Comp. by James Phillips Hoyt. 

CS71.P555 1887 

9-15012 

2534 Genealogical collections illustrating the history of Roman 

Catholic families of England. Based on the Lawson manu- 
script. Pt. II, no. 4. Phelipse. Ed. by J. Jackson Howard . . . 
[and] H. Farnham Burke ... H. Seymour Hughes, sub-editor. 
[London] Priv, print., 1887- 

p. 119-145. illus., plates, facsims., geneal. tables. 50"™. 

CS438.L3 

8-37484 

2535 The family and vicissitudes of John Phillips, senior, of 

Duxbury and Marshfield. A vexatious snarl in the genealogy 
of an old colony progenitor disentangled. By Azel Ames . . . 
Maiden, Mass., Press of G. E. Dunbar, 1903. 

33, vi p., 3 1. plates, facsims. 24"°'. 

CS71.P565 1903 

6-24237 

See also Byrd. E159.G56 

Phoenix. CS71.P574 1875 

Salisbury. CS71.S167 1886 

Van Meter. F225.V26 

Phinney. See also Hayford. CS71.H419 1901 

2536 Phoenix. 

The descendants of John Phoenix, an early settler in Kittery, 
Maine. By Stephen Whitney Phoenix . . . New York, Priv. 
print. [Bradstreet press] 1867. 

5 p. 1., 51 numb. 1., [2] 1. 27"°'. 

"Edition 100 copies, octavo; 5 copies, quarto. All for presentation." 

CS71.P574 1867 

9-12834 

2537 [Ancestry of Jonas Phillips Phoenix. New York, 1875] 

geneal. tab. 25^ x 35^""" fold, to 17^ x 25^"". 

Comp. by Stephen Whitney Phoenix. 

Reprinted in the compiler's Whitney family. N. Y., 1878. v. 1, no. 1589. 

CS71.P574 1876 

1-8123 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 525 

PhcBnix — Continued . 

2538 The Phoenix family of New York. Comp. by S. Whitney 

Phoenix. [New York ? 1880] 
geneal. tab. 2^ x 23'=" fold, to 23 x 17J<=™. 

CS71.P574 1880 

9-12833 

Piatt. See also McKinney. CS71.M168 1906 

2539 Pickering. 

Genealogical data respecting John Pickering of Portsmouth, 
N. H., and his descendants. Boston, 1884. 
32 p., 1 1. 23i'='". 
Explanation signed: R. H. E. i. e. Robert Henry Eddy. 

CS71.P6 1884 

1-54G 

2539a Supplement to Genealogical data . . . By Robert Henry 

Eddy. Boston, 1884. 
28 p. 23i<' 



icm 



CS71.P6 1884a 

1-547 

2540 The Pickering genealogy, comprising the descendants of 

John and Sarah (Burrill) Pickering of Salem, by Charles Pick- 
ering Bowditch. [n. p.] 1887. 

1 p. 1., 73 (i. e. 79) numb. 1. 53^ x 72i'°». 
In portfolio. 
"One hundred copies privately printed." 

CS71.P6 1887 

8-18400 

2541 The Pickering genealogy : being an account of the first 

three generations of the Pickering family of Salem, Mass., and 
of the descendants of John and Sarah (Burrill) Pickering, of the 
third generation. By Harrison Ellery and Charles Pickering 
Bowditch . . . Priv. print. [Cambridge, University press, J. 
Wilson and son] 1897. 

3 V. front., plates, ports., facsims., geneal. tables (partly fold.) 29'^'". 

Paged continuously. 

"One hundred copies printed." 

CS71.P6 1807 

9-14809 

See also Robinson. CS71.R66 1894 



Pickman. See also Saunders. CS71.S256 1897 

Pidcock. See also Henzey. CS439.H4 

2542 Pierce. 

The Peirce family of the old colony: or, The lineal descend- 
ants of Abraham Peirce . . . By Ebenezer W. Peirce . . . Bos- 
ton, Printed for the author, D. Clapp & son, 1870. 

XX, 490 p. pi. 24<=™. 

CS71.P616 1870 

3-3&07 



626 LIBKAKY OF CONGRESS 

Pierce — Continued . 

2543 Contributions biographical, genealogical and historical. 

By Ebenezer Weaver Peirce . . . Boston, Printed for the author, 
by D. Clapp & son, 1874. 

1 p. 1., ix, 443 p. front., illus., pi. 24"™. 

"List of families included in the 'Contributions': Barnaby, Bartlett, Booth, 
Brownell, Caswell, Gardiner, Godfrey, Harlow, Howland, Haskins, Macomber, 
Pearce, Richmond, Rogers, Rounsevill, Sheffield, Shelley, Warren, Weaver, 
Williams." 

CS71.P616 1874 

3-^804 

2544 Peirce genealogy, being the record of the posterity of John 

Pers, an early inhabitant of Watertown, in New England . . . 
with notes on the history of other families of Peirce, Pierce, 
Pearce, etc. By Frederick Clifton Pierce . . . Worcester, Press 
of C. Hamilton, 1880. 

xviii p., 1 1., [17J-278 p., 3 1. front., ports. 24"™. 

Genealogy of the family of Daniel Pierce of Watertown and Newbury, 1634: 
p. [231J-266. 

CS71.P616 1880 

&-12832 

2545 Pierce genealogy, being the record of the posterity of 

Thomas Pierce, an early inhabitant of Charlestown, and after- 
wards Charlestown village (Woburn), in New England, with 
wills, inventories, biographical sketches, etc. By Frederic 
Beech Pierce . . . Assisted and ed. by Frederick Clifton 
Peirce . . . Worcester, Press of C. Hamilton, 1882. 
XX p., 2 1., [17}-367 p., 1 1. front., ports., facsims., coat of arms. 24"™. 

CS71.P616 1882 

^12831 

2546 Pearce genealogy, being the record of the posterity of 

Richard Pearce, an early inhabitant of Portsmouth, in Rhode 
Island, who came from England, and whose genealogy is traced 
back to 972. With an introduction of the male descendants 
of Josceline de Louvaine . . . By Col. Frederick C. Pierce ... 
Rockford, III. [Press of J. Munsell's sons, Albany! 1888. 

150 p. 23^"™. 

CS71.P616 1888 

&-12830 

2547 Pierce genealogy, no. iv. Being the record of the posterity 

of Capt. Michael, John and Capt. William Pierce, who came to 
this country from England. By Frederick Clifton Pierce . . . 
Albany, N. Y., Pub. for the author by J. Munsell's sons, 1889. 

441 p. 24"™. 

CS71.P616 1889 

9-12829 



AMEBIC AN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 527 

Pierce — Continued . 

2548 The Peirce family record 1687-1893. A new ed., rev. and 

augm. with an appendix containing notices of related families, 
Hardy, Grafton, Gardener, Dawes, Lathrop, Cordis, Russell, 
Haswell, Gray, Chipman, Blanchard, Holland, May, West, 
Wyman, Cobia, etc. By E. W. West . . . New York, Brad- 
street press, 1894. 

2 p. 1., 97, [1] p. 23''"». 

CS71.P616 1894 

9-12828 

See also Dobyns. CS71.D636 1908 

Whitcomb. CS71.W681 1888 

Pierson. See Pearson. 

2549 Pike. 

Pike family. {In The old families of Salisbury and Ames- 

buiy, Massachusetts . . . By David W. Hoyt . . . Providence, 

R. I., 1897. 22^'=°'. V. 1, p. 285-290) 

P74.S16H8 

2560 Records of the Pike family association of America, 1900- 

1904. Saco, Me., Press of W. L. Streeter, 1902-05. 

3 V. illuB., plates, porta., fold. plan. 21-22J'°'. 

Vol. for 1904 has imprint: Lynn, Press of G. H. & A. L. Nichols, 1905. 

CS71.P636 1902- 

7-23343 

See also Halley. CS439.H28 1909 

2651 Pilkington. 

The history of the Lancashire family of Pilkington and its 
branches from 1066 to 1600. Compiled from deeds, charters, 
wills, inquisitions post mortem, public records, and ancient 
manuscripts, by Lieut.-Colonel John Pilkington ... 2d and rev. 
ed., greatly enlarged, with numerous appendices and illustra- 
tions. Liverpool, T. Brackell, limited, 1894. 

XV, 128 p. col. front (coat of arms) illua., pi., port., geneal. tab. (partly fold.) 
24i<'"". 

CS439.P66 

3-7430 

Pillsbury. See Pilsbury. 
Pilsbery. See Pilsbury. 

2552 Pilsbury. 

Account of the proceedings at the reunion of the Pillsbury 
family at Newbury port, Mass. September, 1891. With an illus- 



528 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2552 Pilsbury — Continued. 

tration showing the ancient Pillsbury mansion at Newbury- 
port . . . Salem, Mass., The Salem publishing and printing co., 
1891. 

16 p. front. 23^"™. 

Fifty copies printed. 

CS71.P643 1891 

4-27607 

2553 Notes on the Pillsburys of Leek, county Stafford, England. 

By Miss Emily A. Getchell and Eben Putnam. < From the His- 
torical collections of the Essex institute, v. xxxi. 1895 > 
[Salem, Mass., 1895] 

1 p. 1., 24 p. fold, geneal. tab. 24^"'°. 

CS439.P6 

4-24938 

2554 . . . The Pillsbury family : being a history of William and 

Dorothy Pillsbury (or Pilsbery) of Newbury in New England, 
and their descendants to the eleventh generation. Comp. by 
David B. Pilsbury and Emily A. Getchell. Everett, Mass., 
Mass. pub. CO., 1898. 

xxix, 307 p. front., plates, ports. 22^""^. 

CS71.P643 1898 

9-12999 

Pinckney. See also Bm. CS71.H647 1907 

2555 Pingry. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Moses Pengry, of 
Ipswich, Mass., so far as ascertained; collected and arranged by 
William M. Pingry. Ludlow, Vt., Warner & Hyde, printers, 

1881. 

186 p., 1 1. front., ports. 23i«»^. 

CS71.P648 1881 

9-12998 

2556 Pinkham. 

Richard Pinkham of old Dover, New Hampshire and his 
descendants East and West, by Rev, Charles Nelson Sinnett. 
Concord, N. H., Rumford printing company, 1908. 

308 p. front., plates, ports. 23"™. 

CS71.P65 1908 

8-18060 

Pinney. ^ee aZso Bdson. CS71.E25 l&oi 

2557 Piper. 

Genealogy of the family of Solomon Piper, of Dublin, N. H. 
Boston, Dutton and Wentworth, 1849. 
20 p. 23<-"». 
Dedication signed Solomon Piper. 

CS71.P665 1849 

2-1520 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 529 

Piper — Continued. 

2558 Genealogy of Elisha Piper, of Parsonsfield, Me., and his 

descendants, including portions of other related families. With 
an appendix, containing genealogies of Asa Piper, of Wakefield, 
N. H., Solomon Piper, of Boston, Mass., Stephen Piper, of New- 
field, Me., and their immediate descendants. From 1630 to 
1889. By Horace Piper . . . Washington, D. C, 1889. 

121 p. 22'"". 

CS71.P666 1880 

9-12997 

See also Haley. CS71.H168 looo 



2659 Pitkin. 

Pitkin family of America. A genealogy of the descendants 
of William Pitkin, the progenitor of the family in this coimtry, 
from his arrival from England in 1659 to 1886 . . . Also, addi- 
tional notes of the descendants of Martha Pitkin, who married 
Simon Wolcott . . . By A. P. Pitkin. Hartford, Conn. [Press 
of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard co.] 1887. 

xciii p., 11., 325 p. front., plates, ports., facsims., fold, maps, coats of arms. 
27^0™. 

CS71.Pe84 1887 

9-14804 

See also Salisbury. CS71.S167 1802 



2660 Pitman. 

Descendants of John Pitman, the first of the name in the 
colony of Rhode Island. Collected by Charles Myrick Thurs- 
ton . . . New York, The Trow & Smith book manufacturing 
CO., 1868. 

48 p. 23^'='". [TTtfA Aia Descendants of Edward Thurston .. . New York, 
1868] 
"250 copies printed." 
p. 49-55 at end contain ms. notes. 

CS71.T544 1868 
9-14776 

See also Thurston. CS71.T644 1868 

Pitner. See also Fisher. CS71.F533 1800 

2561 Pitts. 

Memorial of the lives and services of James Pitts and his sons, 
John, Samuel and Lendall, during the American revolution, 
1760-1780. With genealogical and historical appendix, by 
Daniel Goodwin, jr. . . . Chicago, Culver, Page, Hoyne & co., 

1882. 

3 p. 1., 63 p. 23<'". 

CS71.F6ei 1882 

2-8716 

35819°— 10 34 



530 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2562 Pixley. 

William Pixley of Hadley, Northampton, and Westfield, 
Mass. and some of his descendants. Data collected by Ed- 
ward Evans Pixley and Franklin Hanford, arranged for publi- 
cation by Edward Dinwoodie Strickland . . . Buffalo, N. Y. 
[Printed by P. Paul and company] 1900. 

95 p. front. 23°"». 

CS71.P694 1900 

6-872 

2563 Plant. 

The house of Plant of Macon, Georgia; with genealogies and 
historical notes. By G. S. Dickerman. New Haven, The 
Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor co., 1900. 

259 p. front., plates, ports., geneal. tables. 24^°™. 

CS71.P699 1900 

Oct. 18, 1900-77 

2564 Plantagenet. 

The blood royal of Britain; being a roll of the living descend- 
ants of Edward iv. and Henry vii., kings of England, and 
James iii., king of Scotland, by the Marquis of Ruvigny and 
Raineval. With a series of portraits. London and Edinburgh, 
T. C. & E. C. Jack, 1903. 

xi, 620, [1] p. front, (facsim. in colors) 19 port., geneal. tables. 29°™. 

Title in red and black. 

p. 1-80 contain cxxxiv genealogical tables. 

CS418.R7 

4-31170 

2565 The Plantagenet roll of the blood royal ; being a complete 

table of all the descendants now living of Edward iii,, king of 
England, by the Marquis of Ruvigny and Raineval . . . The 
Isabel of Essex volume, containing the descendants of Isabel 
(Plantagenet) countess of Essex and Eu; with a supplement to 
the three previous volumes. London and at Edinburgh, T. C. 
& E. C. Jack, 1908. 

2 p. 1., vii-xiii, 684 p., 1 1. incl. geneal. tables. 29"™. 

Title in red and black. 

"This edition is limited to five hundred and twenty copies. " 

CS418.K84 

9-7088 

2566 Some royal descents, by the Marquis of Ruvigny . . . 

[London?] Priv. print., 1909. 

1 p. 1., 86 geneal. tab. 28^"™. 

"Special tables for Ruvigny 'e 'Plantagenet roll of the blood royal.'" 

CS418.R88 

9-24285 

See also Crall. CS71.C889 1908 



Plaskitt. See also Worthington. CS71.W932 1886 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 531 

2567 Piatt. 

The Piatt lineage; a genealogical research and record, by 
G. Lewis Piatt . . . New York, T. Whittaker, 1891. 
iv, [5J-398 p. incl. pi. 21"°'. 

OS71.P710 1891 

5-16542 

2568 Notes upon the ancestry of John Piatt, born in Burlington 

County, N. J., Aug. 13, 1749; died near Wilmington, Del., Dec. 
1823, and also, a list of his descendants. [Philadelphia, 1896] 

30 p., 1 1. 26°". 

Printed for private distribution. 

Preface signed Franklin Piatt. 



0S71.P719 1896 



9-12996 



See also Marks. CS71.M346 1903 

Prime. CS71.P952 1887 

Prime. CS71.P962 1897 

Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

Playfair. See also Rogers. CS479.R7 

Pleas. See also Lancaster. CS71.L245 l9oa 

2569 Plimpton. 

A genealogy and historical notices of the family of Plimpton 
or Plympton in America, and of Plumpton in England. By 
Levi B. Chase. Hartford, Conn., Plimpton mfg. co. print [1884] 

240 p. front, (coat of arms) ports. 23^°". 

CS71.P728 1884 

9-12995 

Plum. See Plumb. 

2570 Plumb. 

The Plumbs. 1635-1800. By H. B. Plumb ... 2d ed. 
[Wilkes-Barre ? Pa.] 1893. 
1 p. 1., 102 p. front, (ports.) map, coats of arms. 22 x 36°". 
First edition published in 1890. 

0S71.P734 1893 

9-14802 

See also Blackman. CS71.B639 1894 

Plumbe. See Plumb. 
Plume. See Plumb. 
Plumme. See Plumb. 



532 LIBBAKY OF CONGRESS 

2671 Plummer. 

Proceedings upon the dedication of Plummer hall, at Salem, 
October 6, 1857: including Rev. Mr. Hoppin's address and 
Judge White's memoir of the Plummer family. Salem, W. 
Ives & G. W. Pease, 1858. 

97 p. front. 24=". 

F74.S1P7 

1-11602 

2572 Genealogical record of the compiler's branch of the 

Plummer family, by Jane Plummer Thurston . . . [Portland] 
Printed by B. Thurston & co., 1885. 
22 p. 22<=°>. 

Cover-title: 1635-1885. History of the ancient Plummers and Mortons and 
their descendants in America, from 1635-1885 . . . 

CS71.P735 1886 

9-12859 

2673 The Plummer system of genealogical enumeration. Line- 
age of Mr. Francis Plumer, Newbury, Massachusetts, 1635. 
San Francisco, A. Plummer, 1904. 
cover-title, 64 p. 17'='". 
p. 17, 29, 34, 36, 64 left blank. 
Comp. by Alvin Plummer. 

CS71.P736 1804 

9-12860 

2574 Pocahontas, Descendants of. 

Pocahontas, alias Matoaka, and her descendants through her 
marriage at Jamestown, Virginia, in April, 1614, with John 
Rolfe, gentleman; including the names of Alfriend, Archer, 
Bentley, Bernard, Bland, Boiling, Branch, Cabell, Catlett, Gary, 
Dandridge, Dixon, Douglas, Duval, Eldridge, Ellett, Ferguson, 
Field, Fleming, Gay, Gordon, Griffin, Grayson, Harrison, Hub- 
ard, Lewis, Logan, Markham, Meade, McRae, Murray, Page, 
Polythress, Randolph, Robertson, Skipwith, Stanard, Tazewell, 
Walke, West, Whittle, and others. With biographical sketches 
by Wyndham Robertson, and illustrative historical notes by 
R. A. Brock. Richmond, J. W. Randolph & English, 1887. 

vii, [1], 84 p. front, (port.) 25"°^. 

CS71.I1747 1887 

9-15610 

2576 Pocock. 

[Pedigree of Pocock connected with Innes, from the year 
1160] [n. p., 1840?] 
14 1. 1 pi. (coat of arms) 36^"™. 
No t.-p. 

Lithographed facsim. 
Text and blank pages alternate in pairs. 

CS439.P7 

2-27580 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 533 

2676 Poe. 

The origin and early history of the family of Poe or Poe, 
with full pedigrees of the Irish branch of the family and a 
discussion of the true ancestry of Edgar Allan Poe, the Ameri- 
can poet; by Sir Edmund Thomas Bewley . . . Dublin, Printed 
for the author by Ponsonby & Gibbs, 1906. 

xiv, 88 p. fold, geneal. tables. 26^"™. 

"Two hundred copies of this work have been printed, of which this is no. 79. " 

CS409.P7B6 

9-23742 

Poindexter. See also Junkin. CS71.J95 1908 

2677 PoUard. 

The ancestry and descendants of Jonathan Pollard (1759- 
1821). With records of allied families. Comp. by Lucien M. 
Underwood. Syracuse, N. Y., Priv. print., 1891. 

cover-title, 20 p. 26<"". 

200 copies printed . 

CS71.P771 1891 

9-12994 

2678 Pollard genealogy; being a record of one line of the 

Pollard family descended from Thomas Pollard of Billerica, 

Mass. Comp. by Stephen Pollard. East Orange, N. J., 

Printed by F. L. Pollard, 1902. 

cover-title, 8 p. 25""'. 

CS71.P771 1902 

2-27741 

2679 PoUock. 

Pollock genealogy. A biographical sketch of Oliver Pollock, 
esq., of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, United States commercial agent 
at New Orleans and Havana, 1776-1784. With genealogical 
notes of his descendants. Also genealogical sketches of other 
Pollock families settled in Pennsylvania. By Rev. Horace 
Edwin Hayden. Harrisburg, Pa., L. S. Hart, printer, 1883. 

2 p. 1., 59 p. 25«"'. 

CS71.P777 1883 

9-12993 

2680 Pollock: a record of the descendants of John, James, 

Charles, and Samuel Pollock, who emigrated from Ireland to 
Pennsylvania about 1750 . . . [Harrisburg, Pa.] 1884. 

cover-title, 26 p. 24^"°'. 

Edition of twenty-five copies reprinted by the author from a larger work 
entitled, "A biographical sketch of Oliver Pollock . . . with genealogical notes 
of his descendants ... By Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden." Harrisburg, Pa., 
1883, p. 26-51 

CS71.P777 1884 

9-128fil 

Pollok-Maxwell. See Maxwell. 

Polythress. See also Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 



534 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2681 Pomeroy. 

A study in heredity : — the Pomeroys in America. By Wm.W. 
Rodman. [New Haven, 1889] 
cover-title, p. 161-174. 23^''". 
From the New Englander and Yale review for Sept. 1889. 

0S71.P785 1889 

9-12992 

2582 Pomeroy. Romance and history of Eltweed Pomeroy's 

ancestors in Normandy and England. [Toledo, O., Press of 
the Franklin printing co., 1909] 
vii, [9J-81 p. front., plates, facsim. 25"". 
Introduction signed: Albert A. Pomeroy. 

0S71.P785 1909 

9-21825 

See also Lawrence. CS71.L42 issi 



Pomroy. See Pomeroy. 

2583 Pond. 

A genealogical record of Daniel Pond, and his descendants, 
by Edward Doubleday Harris . . . Boston, W. P. Lunt, 1873. 
210 p. 23^"™. 

CS71.P796 1873 

9-12991 

2684 A genealogical record of Samuel Pond, and his descend- 
ants. By Daniel Streator Pond . . . [New London, O., Printed 
for the compiler by G. W. Runyan] 1875. 
1 p. 1., [5]-126 p. 23^°°'. 

0S71.P796 1876 

9-12990 

See also Parker. CS71.P24 1892 



2586 Pool. 

The history of Edward Poole of Weymouth, Mass. (1655) 
and his descendants, by Murray Edward Poole . . . [Ithaca, 
N. Y.] Press of the Ithaca democrat, 1893. 

164 p. 23^"'". 

CS71.P821 1893 

9-13226 

See also Gamble. CS71.G191 1906 

Giles. CS71.G472 1864 

Poole. See Pool. 

Poor. 

A memoir and genealogy of John Poore. Ten generations: 
1615-1880 ... By Alfred Poore . . . Salem, Mass., Printed for 
the author, 1881. 

332 p., 1 1. illus., pi., ports., geneal. tab. 29''™. 
Two circulars inserted. 

CS71.P823 1881 

9-14803 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 535 

Poor — Continued. 

2587 The Poor-Poore family gathering at Andover, Mass., Sept. 

10, 1884. Salem, Printed at the Salem press, 1885. 

61 p. 23i''"». 

CS71.P823 1886 

9-1387 

2588 . . . The Poor-Poore family gathering at Haverhill, Mass., 

Sept. 14, 1887. Salem, printed by the Salem press publishing 
and printing co., 1890. 

107 p. pi., port. 23i<="'. 

CS71.P823 1800 

4-«400 

2688a Pope. 

Pope: his descent and family connections. Facts and con- 
jectures. By Joseph Himter . . . London, J. R. Smith, 1857. 
46 p. 20'"°. (On cover: Mr. Hunter's critical and historical tracts, n*. v) 
Contents. — i. The Popes. — ii. The Turners. 

10-8230 

2589 Genealogy of a portion of the Pope family, together with 

biographical notices of Col. William Pope, of Boston, and some 
of his descendants. Boston, D. Clapp, printer, 1862. 

68 p. 23i'"°. 
By William Pope. 

0S71.P826 1862 
3-3837 

2690 Notice of some of the descendants of Joseph Pope, of 

Salem. By Henry Wheatland. (In Essex institute. Histor- 
ical collections. Salem, 1868. 23i*»». v. 8, p. 104-118) 

F72.E7B81 

3-7932 

2691 [n. p., 1868?] 

14 p. 25^'''°. 

Reprint, with omission of first two paragraphs. 

CS71.P826 1868 

3-7933 

2692 Ancestry of Capt. Ebenezer Pope. Genealogical notes. 

[Comp. by Franklin Leonard Pope] Elizabeth, N. J., Cook & 
Hall, 1882. 

7 p. 23^"='. 

CS71.P826 1882 

2-4441 

2693 A history of the Dorchester Pope family. 1634-1888. 

With sketches of other Popes in England and America, and 



536 LIBRABY OF CONGRESS 

2593 Pope— Continued. 

notes upon several intermarrying families. [By] Charles 
Henry Pope . . . Boston, The author, 1888. 
vi, [7]-339, [1], 6 p. front., illus., fold, geneal. tab., coats of arms. 24J''™. 

CS71.P826 1888 

9-12989 

See also Meigs. CS71.M511 1906 

Turner. CS439.T9 

Pordage. See also Bowdoin. CS71.B785 1894 

2594 Porter. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Richard Porter, who set- 
tled at Weymouth, Mass., 1635, and allied families: also, some 
account of the descendants of John Porter, who settled at Hing- 
ham, Mass. 1635, and Salem (Danvers) Mass., 1644. By Joseph 
W. Porter . . . Bangor, Burr & Robinson, printers, 1878. 

343, [1] p. 23i'"^. 

CS71.P839 1878 

9-12988 

2595 The descendants of John Porter of Windsor, Conn. 1635-9. 

Comp. by Henry Porter Andrews. Saratoga Springs, G. W. 
Ball, printer, 1893. 

2 V. phot. 25i''°». 
Paged continuously, 

CS71.P839 1893 

9-12987 

2596 Porter family record. Buffalo, Peter Paul book co., 

printers [1896] 

cover-title, [20] p. 26=°^. 

2 p. at end left blank for family record. 

Preface signed : Cyrus Kinne Porter. 

CS71.P839 1896 

9-12986 

2597 A Porter pedigree; being an account of the ancestry and 

descendants of Samuel and Martha (Perley) Porter of Chester, 
N. H., who were descendants of John Porter, of Salem, Mass. 
and of Allan Perley, of Ipswich, Mass. Comp. by Miss Juliet 
Porter. Worcester, Mass., 1907. 
161 p. 23i<'»>. 
Blank leaves at end for memoranda. 

CS71.P839 1907 

8-17714 

See also Anderson. CS71.A55 1902 

Grigsby. CS71.G858 1906 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 537 

2598 Post. 

The Post family, by Marie Caroline De Trobriand Post (Mrs. 
Charles Alfred Post) New York, S. Potter, 1905. 
xii, 314, XXV p. col. front., plates (partly col.) ports. 24^''™. 
"Sources of information": p. [x]-xii. 
Blank pages "for additional records" inserted at end. 

CS71.P867 1006 

5-16612 

2599 Potter. 

Genealogies of the Potter families and their descendants in 
America to the present generation, ^th historical and bio- 
graphical sketches. Ed. by Charles Edward Potter. Boston, 
A. Mudge & son, printers, 1888. 

4 p. 1., [289] p. front., ports. 35""". 

Various paging. 

CS71.P868 1888 

9-lSOll 

2600 The New Haven (Conn.) Potters, 1639. By James Shep- 

ard . . . Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son [1902] 

9 p. 25""'. 

"Reprinted from New-Eng. historical and genealogical register for Jan., 1900. 
Republished by the author, New Britain, Conn. 1902." 

CS71.P868 1002 

2-24696 

2601 1765-1906. The descendants of John Potter. [Comp. by 

Mrs. Wayland Manning. Dedham, Mass.] 1906. 

cover-title, 1 1., 28 p. 23""'. 

CS71.P868 1006 

g-33002 

See also Barrett. F74.C8P8 

Chute. CS71.C664 1804 

2602 Potts. 

Memorial of Thomas Potts, junior, who settled in Pennsyl- 
vania; with an historic-genealogical account of his descendants 
to the eighth generation. By Mrs. Thomas Potts Jameg. Cam- 
bridge [Mass.] Priv. print. [University press] 1874. 

X, [2], 416, [2] p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 22^""'. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS71.P871 1874 

9-12984 

2603 Our family ancestors. By Thomas Maxwell Potts . . . 

Canonsburg, Pa., The author, 1895. 

xiii, [1] p., 1 1., 428 (i. e. 434) p. front., plates, ports., facsims., fold, geneal. 
tab., coats of arms. 23"™. 

CS71.P871 1806 

9-12985 



538 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Potts — Continued . 

2604 Historical collections relating to the Potts family in Great 

Britain and America, with a historic-genealogy of the descend- 
ants of David Potts, an early Anglo-Welsh settler of Pennsyl- 
vania, including contributions by the late William John Potts. 
Compiled by Thomas Maxwell Potts . . . Canonsburg, Pa., Pub. 
by the compiler, 1901. 

XXXV, 619, 620-a-620-h, [621]-736 p. front., illus. (incl. facsims.) plates (1 
col.) ports., geneal. tables (partly fold.) 24«™. 

Title in red and black. 

Extra leaf, p. 570^-5701, inserted before p. 571. 

Contents. — pt. 1. The Potts family in Great Britain. By William John 
Potts. — pt. 2. The Potts family in America. — pt. 3. David Potts and his 
descendants. 

CS71.P871 1901 

5-16558 

2605 Pound. 

The Pound and Kester families, containing an account of the 
ancestry of John Pound (born in 1735) and William Kester 
(born in 1733) and a genealogical record of all their descendants 
and other family historical matter. Comp. by John E. Hunt. 
1st ed. Chicago, Regan printing house, 1904, 

628 p. 23^""'. 

CS71.P876 1904 

4-5928 

2606 Powell. 

Family records of the Powells and Griffiths, with extracts 

from the writings of John Powell, by his grand-daughter, 

Rachel Powell. Philadelphia, J. A. Wagenseller, 1866. 

110 p. lO""". 

CS71.P883 1866 

10-5268 

2607 Authentic genealogical memorial history of Philip Powell, 

of Mifflin County, Pa., and his descendants and others, with 
miscellaneous items and incidents of interest. By Rev. John 
Powell. Vol. 1 . . . Dayton, O., Pub. for the author, 1880. 

xxi, [23J-447 p. 19<"°. 

CS71.P883 1880 

9-12983 

2608 Long Island genealogies. Families of Albertson, Andrews, 

Bedell, Birdsall . . . Willets, Williams, Willis, Wright, and 
other families. Being kindred descendants of Thomas Powell, 
of Bethpage, L. I,, 1688. Comp. by Mary Powell Bunker. 
Albany, J. Munsell's sons, 1895. 

350 p. fold. map. 22i^ x 18^"™. {Half title: Munsell's historical series, 
no. 24) 

F127.L8B9 
3-13311 



AMEBIC AN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 539 

2609 Powers. 

The Powers family: a genealogical and historical record of 
Walter Power, and some of his descendants to the ninth genera- 
tion. Comp. by Amos H. Powers . . . Chicago, Fergus printing 
CO., 1884. 

199 p. front., ports. 23^" 



Lcm 

CS71.P888 1884 



9-12982 



2610 Pratt. 

The Pratt family: or. The descendants of Lieut. William 
Pratt, one of the first settlers of Hartford and Say-Brook, with 
genealogical notes of John Pratt, of Hartford ; Peter Pratt, of 
Lyme; John Pratt (Taylor) of Say -Brook. By Rev. F. W. 
Chapman . . . Hartford, Printed by Case, Lockwood and com- 
pany, 1864. 

420 p., 1 1. front., ports. 23^'=°'. 

CS71.P014 1864 

4-22951 

2611 Sketch of the life of Samuel F. Pratt with some account of 

the early history of the Pratt family. A paper read before the 
Buffalo historical society, March 10th, 1873. By William P. 
Letchworth. Buffalo, Press of Warren, Johnson & co., 1874. 

1 p. 1., [7J-211 p. front., pi., porta., facsims. 21^° 



CS71.P914 1874 



9-12862 



2612 The Pratt family. A genealogical record of Mathew Pratt, 

of Weymouth, Mass., and his American descendants. 1623- 
1888. Boston [Printed by C. H. Heintzemann] 1889. 
[3J-226 p. facsims. 24"™. 
Ed. by Francis Greenleaf Pratt. 

The Pratts of Weymouth. By Hon. Gilbert Nash. — Genealogical researches 
by Judge E. Granville Pratt: p. 11-16. 

CS71.P914 1889 

9-13009 

2613 Phinehas Pratt and some of his descendants. A mono- 
graph prepared by Eleazer Franklin Pratt. Boston, Printed 
for private distribution [by T. Marvin & son] 1897. 
164 p. front, (port.) pi. 24^"™. 

CS71.P914 1897 

9-12981 

2614 The ancestry and the descendants of John Pratt of Hart- 
ford, Conn. (1538-1900) Comp. by Charles B. Whittelsey . . . 
By authority of Walter W. Pratt . . . Hartford, Conn., The 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard co., 1900. 
204 p. 24"'". 

CS71.P914 1900 

July 5, 1900-227 

/See aZso Habersham. CS71.H114 1901 

Southworth. CS71.S728 1903 



540 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2615 Preble. 

Genealogical sketch of the first three generations of Prebles 
in America: with an account of Abraham Preble the emigrant, 
their common ancestor, and of his grandson Brigadier General 
Jedediah Preble, and his descendants. By Geo. Henry Preble 
. . . Boston, Printed for family circulation, D. Clapp & son, 
1868. 

3 p. 1., iv, [5J-336 p. front., illus. (coat of arms) plates, port., photos., fac- 
eims. 25^"™. 

One hundred and twenty-five copies printed, no. 67. 

CS71.P922 1868 

9-12863 

2616 Prentice. 

The history and genealogy of the Prentice or Prentiss family, 
in New England, from 1631 to 1852. Collected by C. J. F. Bin- 
ney. Boston, The author, 1852. 

iv, 272, 8 p. front., plates, ports. 22i«"'. 

CS71.P927 1862 

9-13233 

2617 The history and genealogy of the Prentice, or Prentiss 

family, in New England, etc., from 1631 to 1883. By C. J. F. 
Binney ... 2d ed. Boston, The editor, 1883. 

iv, 2 1., 446 p. front., illus. (coat of arms) pi., ports. 24"™. 
Title vignette: col. coata of arms. 

CS71.P927 1883 

9-13232 

See also Baldwin. CS71.B19 1881 

Presbrey. See also Flagg. cs71.f754 1903 

2618 Prescott. 

The Prescott memorial: or, A genealogical memoir of the 
Prescott families in America. In two parts. By William Pres- 
cott . . . Boston, Printed by H. W. Dutton & son, 1870. 

[iii]-xiv p., 1 1., 653 p. front., ports., coat of arms. 23^^"". 

In two parts, each pt. having separate title-page. 

Title vignettes (coats of arms) 

Contents. — pt. 1. . . . John Prescott, of 1640, and his descendants. — pt. 2. 

. . . James Prescott, of 1665, and his descendants. 

CS71.P93 1870 

9-13004 

See also Barrett. F74.C8P8 

Ellis. F3.T61 

Lawrence. CS71.L42 1866 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 541 

2619 Preston. 

Memoranda of the Preston family. By Orlando Brown. 
Albany, J. Munsell, 1864. 

26 p. 24''™. 

First printed for private dietribution in 1842. 25 copies reprinted in Albany, 

1864. 

CS71.P94 1864 

9-13002 

2620 {In Peyton, John L. Memoir of William Madison 

Peyton, of Roanoke. London, 1873. 22°'". app. B) 

»-13003 

2621 The Preston genealogy; tracing the history of the family 

from about 1040, A. d., in Great Britain, in the New England 
states, and in Virginia, to the present time. Ed. by L. A. Wil- 
son, at the instance and under the direction of William Bowker 
Preston. Salt Lake City, Utah, The Deseret news, 1900. 

2 p. 1., viii p., 1 1., 368 p. front., plates, ports., fold, geneal. tables. 23^"°'. 
Edition of 300 copies. 

CS71.P94 1900 
Feb. 21, 1901-156 

See also Byrd. El 59.066 

Draper. CS71.D766 1871 

Humfreville. CS71.H923 1903 

2622 Price. 

The golden wedding of Benjamin and Jane Price. With brief 
family record . . . Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co. [1870] 
48 p. igj'". 

CS71.P946 1870 

ft-13231 

See also Gustin. CS71.G982 1900 



2623 Prichard. 

Prichard of Preston. {In Records of the parish church of 
Preston in Amounderness, by Tom C. Smith , . . Preston, Lon- 
don, 1892. 29 X 22i«'». app. B.) DA690.P93S6 

2-22238 

Prickett. See also Haynes. 0S71.H424 1902 

Prickitt. See Prickett. 

2624 Prideaux. 

Pedigree of the family of Prideaux of Luson in Ermington, 

Devon. Comp. by T. Engledue P. Prideaux . . . Exeter, W. 

Pollard & CO., 1889. 

1 p. 1., 16 p. illus. (coat of arms) 28^"°. 

CS439.P8 

2-30600 



542 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2625 Priest. 

The Priest family; a collection of data, original, contributed 
and selected, concerning various branches of the Priest family. 
Comp. by Geo. E. Foster . . . Ithaca, N. Y., West Hill press, 
1900. 
[549] p. front., pi., port. 19"™. 
Various paging. 

CS71.P949 1900 
2-7560 

2626 Prime. 

Some account of the family of Prime of Rowley, Mass. 
With notes on the families of Platts, Jewetts, and Hammond. 
(Temple Prime, Huntington, Suffolk Co., N. Y., U. S. A.) 
New York, 1887. 

40 p. 24^" 
9-13005 



CS71.P952 1887 



2627 Notes genealogical, biographical and bibliographical, of the 

Prime family. By E. D. G. Prime . . . [Cambridge, Mass.] 

Printed for private use [University press] 1888. 

1 p. 1., 118 p. 23<'"'. 

CS71.P952 1888 

9-13229 

2628 Prime. The descendants of James Prime, who was at 

Milford, Conn., in 1644, with some names in allied families. 
Comp. for private use only by Ralph E. Prime . . . Yonkers, 
N. Y., Printed by G. B. Mottram, 1895. 

1 p. 1., 31, [13] p. 24" 



icm 

CS71.P952 1895 



9-13228 



2629 Some account of the family of Prime, of Rowley, Mass. 

With notes on the families of Platts and Jewett by Temple 
Prime ... 2d ed. New York [The De Vinne press] 1897. 

79 p. incl. ports. 24^"™. 

CS71.P952 1897 

9-13230 

2630 Prince. 

Some memoirs of the life and writings of the Rev. Thomas 
Prince, together with a pedigree of his family. By Samuel G. 
Drake . . . Boston, Office of the N. E. hist.-geneal. register* 
1851. 

12 p. front., ports. 24''"». 

CS71.P965 1851 

9-13012 

2631 {In Prince, T. A chronological history of New Eng- 
land, in the form of annals . . . Boston, 1852. 23^°'. p. [3]-12) 

F7.P96 

9-13013 



AMEKICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 543 

Prince — Continued . 

2632 Princes. Records of our ancestors: containing a com- 
plete list of all persons by the name of Prince, who served in 
Lexington alarm, April, 1775, revolutionary war, war of 1812, 
and the civil war of 1861-65 . . . Ed. and pub. by Frank A. 
Prince . . . Franklin, Mass., Sentinel publishing co., 1898. 
2 p. 1., 88 p. 23"". [ With his The genealogy of the Prince family . . . 1899] 

CS71.P955 1898 

Aug. 17, 9»-103 

2633 Descendants of Daniel Prince, born May 1st, 1755. By 

Frank A. Prince . . . Danielson, Conn., J. H. Briggs [1898] 
11 p. front. 23^°°. 

CS71.P055 1898a 

9-13224 

2634 (In his Genealogy of the Prince family from 1660 to 

1899. Danielson, Conn., 1899. 23°'°. p. 5-11) 

CS71.P966 1899 

9-13225 

2635 The genealogy of the Prince family. From 1660 to 1899. 

Comp., arr., and pub. by Frank A. Prince . . . Danielson, 
Conn., J. H. Briggs, printer, 1899. 

1 p. 1., 153 p. front., plates, ports. 23=". 

CS71.P956 1899 

Aug. 17, 99-102 

2636 Prindle. 

The Prindle genealogy, embracing the descendants of William 
Pringle the first settler, in part for six, seven and eight genera- 
tions, and also the ancestors and descendants of Zalmon Prindle 
for ten generations, covering a period of two hundred and fifty- 
two years, 1654 to 1906. Comp. by Franklin C. Prindle . . . 
New York, The Grafton press, 1906. 

xvii p., 1 1., 335 p. pi., 3 port. (incl. front.) 24""'. 

"Three hundred copies of this book have been printed from type and the 
type distributed." This copy not numbered. 

CS71.P967 1906 

e-36884 

Pringle. See Prindle. 

2637 Prioleau. 

The family of Priuli, also called Prioli, Priolo, Prioleau. 
[Paper read before the Huguenot society, April 13, 1894] by 
Edward M. Gallaudet . . . [New York, 1894] 
23 p. 25 J""*. 
Caption title. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Huguenot society of America, vol. u, 
1894, p. 299-321. 

CS71.P958 1894 

9-13223 

Priuli. See Prioleau. 



644 LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS 

2638 Proctor. 

A genealogy of descendants of Robert Proctor of Concord 
and Chelmsford, Mass. With notes of some connected families, 
by William Lawrence Proctor and Mrs. W. L. Proctor. Ogdens- 
burg, N. Y., Republican & journal print, 1898. 

vi p., 1 1., 307 p. front., plates, ports., coat of arms. 24J''". 

CS71.P964 1898 

9-13227 

See also Saunders. CS71.S256 1897 

Walton. CS71.W24 1898 

Prosch. See also Conkling. CS71.C752 1909 

2639 Prout. 

Ancestry of Capt. Timothy Prout, of Boston, Mass. By 
J. Henry Lea, Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1901. 
14 p. fold, geneal. tab. 24<"". 

Reprinted from the New Eng. hist, and geneal. register for Jan., 1901. 

CS71.P968 1901 

1-23272 

Provoost. See Provost. 

2640 Provost. 

Genealogical notes of the Provoost family of New York. 
By Edwin R. Purple . . . New York, Priv. print., 1875. 

32 p. front (port.) 26i<'". 

"Edition — one hundred copies. From the New York genealogical and 
biographical record. With additions." 

CS71.P969 1875 

3-17363 

2641 Biographical and genealogical notes of the Provost family 

from 1545 to 1895. By Andrew J. Provost. New York, 1895. 

4 p. 1., 11-131, xvi p., 1 1. pi., port. 27"'". 

CS71.P969 1896 

3-483 

2642 Prudden. 

Peter Prudden; a story of his life at New Haven and Milford, 
Conn., with the genealogy of some of his descendants and an 
appendix containing copies of old wills, records, letters, and 
papers. By Lillian E. Prudden. [New Haven, Conn., The 
Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor co.l 1901. 
169 p. front., pi., plan, facsim. 19^=™. 

0S71.P971 1901 
May 23, 1901-86 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 545 

2643 Puffer. 

The family of Puffer of Massachusetts. By W. S. Appleton. 
Boston, D. Clapp & son, 1882. 

1 p. 1., 9 p. 26""^. 

Corrected and enlarged from the New Eng.hist. and geneal. register for July, 
1868. 

CS71.P977 1882 

9-13222 

Pumpelly. See also Ross. CS71.I1826 1908 

2644 Punchard. 

A tribute to the memory of John Punchard : a sermon preached 
at his funeral, February 16, 1857, by Samuel M. Worcester . . . 
With an appendix containing obituary notices of Mr. Punchard, 
his revolutionary recollections, his last days, and the genealogy 
of the Punchard family. Boston, Printed for private circula- 
tion [by Cowles & co.] 1857. 

1 p. 1., 69 p. front, (port.) 23i<=". 

CS71.F984 1857 

B-13221 

2646 Purifoy. 

. . . Descendants of John Purifoy who were Confederate 
soldiers, by Francis Marion Purifoy . . . Montgomery, 1904. 

cover-title, p. 441-444. 24^"™. (The Alabama historical society. Mont- 
gomery. Reprint no. 20) 

CS71.P985 1904 

9-13007 

2646 Purmort. 

Purmort genealogy; consisting of nineteen generations, nine 
in England, ten in America, by Rev. Charles H. Purmort . . . 
Des Moines, la.. The Homestead company, 1907. 

1 p. 1., [5]-148, [13] p. col. front, (coat of arms) illus., plates, ports. 23^"™. 

CS71.P986 1907 

10-2632 ^ 

2646a Purple. 

Inmemoriam. Edwin R. Purple. Born, 1831. Died, 1879. 
New York, Priv. print., 1881. 

12 p. front, (port.) 27°°'. 

"In part condensed from memorial sketches read before the New York 
genealogical and biographical society, by Charles B. Moore . . . and the New 
York academy of Medicine, by Lawrence Johnson." 

"Edition one hundred and twenty-five copies... 15 Whatman's drawing 
paper, no. five." 

Signed: Samuel S. Purple. 

3-20250 

36819°— 10 35 



546 UBEARY OF CONGRESS 

2647 Pusey. 

The Pusey family. A brief historical sketch of its origin 
in England and America. Comp. from traditional and authentic 
sources by Pennock Pusey . . . Wilmington, Del., Wood & 
Bancroft, 1883. 

14 p. illus. 19^"™. 

CS71.P987 1883 

9-13220 

Putman. See Putnam. 

2648 Putnam. 

A history of the Putnam family in England and America. 
Recording the ancestry and descendants of John Putnam of 
Dan vers, Mass., Jan Poutman of Albany, N. Y., Thomas Put- 
nam of Hartford, Conn. By Eben Putnam . . . Salem, Mass., 
The Salem press publishing and printing co., 1891-1908. 

Iv., 2 pts., fronts., plates, ports., fold, geneal. tables, facsims., map, col. coats 
of arms. 23i«'°. 

Two Putnam leaflets, v. 1, p. 71-72, inserted, containing index to heads of 
families. 

CS71.P99 1891- 

9-13234 

2649 The Putnam lineage ; historical-genealogical notes con- 
cerning the Puttenham family in England, together with lines 
of royal descent, and showing the ancestors of John Putnam of 
Salem and his descendants through five generations, together 
with some account of other families of the name and of the 
Putnams of the Mohawk Valley. By Eben Putnam . . . Salem, 
Mass., The Salem press company, 1907. 

clii, 341, xxvii p. front., illus., plates (partly col.) ports., fold, map, geneal. 
tables (partly fold.) 24^"™. 
"Edition, 125 copies." 

CS71.P99 1907 

8-5254 

2650 A brief history of the Andrew Putman (Buttman, Putnam) 

Christian Wyandt (Weyandt, Weygandt, Voint, Wyand) and 
Adam Snyder families (Schneider) of Washington County, 
Maryland, by E. Clayton Wyand, A. m. [Hagerstown, Md., Ha- 
gerstown bookbinding and printing co., ^1909] 

103 p. front., plates, ports. 21^"™. 

CS71.P99 1909 

9-26651 

See also Jenkins. CS71.J6 1904 

Upton. CS71.TJ71 1874 

Puttenham. See Putnam. 
Pyke. See Pike. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 547 

2651 Pynchon. 

Kecord of the Pynchon family in England and America. 
Comp. by Dr. J. C. Pynchon . . . Springfield, Mass., Weaver, 
Shipman and company, printers, 1885. 

23, [1] p. front, (port.) 23^"™. 

CS71.P997 1886 

&-28548 

See also Candee. CS7i.C2i6 1882 

Clark. CS71.C6 1896 

Quadring. See also Crall. CS71.C889 1908 

2652 Quarrler. 

A genealogical table and history of the Quarrier family, in 
America. By a descendant [Alexander Thomas Laidley] 
Charleston [W. Va.] Moore's printing office, 1890. 

43, [1] p. 28 X 35""^. 

Interleaved. 

CS71.Q2 1890 

9-14801 

Quigley. See also McKiniuey. CS71.M168 1906 

Quincy. See also Salisbury. 0S71.S167 1886 

Shakespeare. 1869 

2653 Quisenberry. 

Genealogical memoranda of the Quisenberry family and other 
families, including the names of Chenault, Cameron, Mullins, 
Burris, Tandy, Bush, Broomhall, Finkle, Rigg, and others. 
By Anderson Chenault Quisenberry . . . Washington, D. C, 
Hartman & Cadick, printers, 1897. 

204 p. pi., ports. 24"". 

CS71.Q9 1897 

9-13252 

2654 Memorials of the Quisenberry family in Germany, Eng- 
land and America. Comp. and ed. by Anderson C. Quisen- 
berry . . . Washington, D. C, Gibson bros., 1900. 

137 p. col. front., plates, port., facsims. 24^*'™. 
No. 51 of an edition of 150 numbered copies. 

CS71.Q9 1900 
1-19505 

2655 Radcliffe. 

Pedigree of Radclyffe. London, Priv. print., 1876. 

cover-title, [3] p. illus. (coat of arms) 29"^™. 

From Register of pedigrees, "Norfolk 2," in the College of arms. Issued 
also in Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, n. s., v. 2, p. 297-299. 

CS439.I12 

9-18124 

Rainborowe. See Rainsborough. 



648 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2656 Bainsborough. 

The Rainborowe family. Gleanings by Henry F. Wa- 
ters . , . With annotations by Isaac J. Greenwood ... < Re- 
printed from the N. E. historical and genealogical register for 
April, 1886. > New York, Priv. print. [Boston, Press of D. Clapp 
& son] 1886. 

16 p. 25i<"". 

Fifty copies printed of which, this is no. 43. 

0S71.R159 1886 

9-13251 

2657 Raleigh. 

The life of Sir Walter Ralegh. Based on contemporary doc- 
uments . . . Together with his letters ; now first collected. By 
Edward Edwards . . . [London] Macmillan & co., 1868. 

2 V. port, (front., v. 1) 3 facsims. (incl. front., v. 2) geneal. tables. 22^"™. 

DA86.22.B2E2 

4-34695 

2658 Raleigh pedigree. Extracted from the records of the Col- 
lege of arms. London, Priv. print. [Taylor and co., printers] 
1869. 

1 p. 1., 3 p. facsim., coats of arms. 29''™. 

Title vignette. 

Communicated by R. R. Coxwell-Rogers. 

CS439.I126 

3-1423 

Ramsburg. See also Thomas. CS71.T46 1905 

Ramsey. See also Fulton. CS71.F974 1900 

2659 Rand. 

A genealogy of the Rand family in the United States; comp. 
by Florence Osgood Rand. New York, The Republic press, 

1898. 
269 p., 1 1. front., port. 24^'='°. 
"A partial list of books consulted " : p. [5-6] 

CS71.R187 1898 

3-1676 

2660 Randall. 

Genealogy of a branch of the Randall family. 1666 to 1879. 
Collected and arranged by a member of the family. [Norwich, 
Chenango union, 1879] 

289 p. 24"°'. 

Title vignette: coat of arms. 

Leaf inserted between p. 28-29, and 44-45. 

Introduction signed: Paul K. Randall. 

CS71.R19 1879 

3-5050 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 549 

Bandall — Continued . 

2661 Poems of nature and life, by John Witt Randall; ed. by 

Francis Ellingwood Abbot, with an introduction on the Randall 

family . . . Boston, G. H. Ellis, 1899. 
566 p. 2 port. (incl. front.) 24" 



icm 



5-16217 

2662 Genealogy of the descendants of Stephen Randall and 

Elizabeth Swezey . . . 1624-1668, Clarkenwell, St. James' 
parish, London, England; 1668-1738, Rhode Island and Con- 
necticut, 1738-1906, Long Island, New York. [New York, 
J. S. Ogilvie publishing co., 1906?] 

64 p. front, (port.) 21''°'. 

Comp. by Stephen Morehouse Randall. 

CS71.R19 1006 

7-39275 

2663 A biographical history of Robert Randall and his descend- 
ants 1608-1909. By William L. Chaffin. New York, The 
Grafton press, 1909. 

XX, 247 p. 24<"». 

9-26006 

See also Chute. 



CS71.R19 


1909 


CS71.C664 


1894 


E159.a65 


CS71.P66 


1907 


CS71.J75 


1893 


CS71.P133 


189S 


CS71.R747 


1887 



Randolph. See also Byrd. 

Fltz Randolph. 
Jolliffe. 
Page. 
Pocahontas. 

2664 Ransom. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Captain Samuel 
Ransom, of the Continental army, killed at the massacre of 
Wyoming, Pa., July 3d, 1778. Comp. by his great-great- 
grandson. Captain Clinton B. Sears ... St, Louis, Nixon- 
Jones printing co., 1882. 

234 p. front, (port.) 22^='". 

CS71.R212 1888 

9-13250 

2665 Genealogical sketch of Pelatiah Ransom and his children. 

[Litchfield, Conn., 1898] 

cover-title, 12 p. 23<"". 
Comp. by William L. Ransom. 

CS71.R212 1898 

10-2785 

2666 Historical outline of the Ransom family of America, and 

genealogical record of the Colchester, Conn., branch, by Wyllys 
C. Ransom, a. m. Ann Arbor, Mich., Press of Ann Arbor plant, 
The Richmond & Backus company, 1903. 

4 p., 1 1., iv, [7]-408 p. front., ports. 23i'=">. 

CS71.R212 1903 

4-1602 



CS71.R248 1878 



550 LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS 

2667 Rantoul. 

Kantoul genealogy . . . [By Robert S. Rantoul] {In His- 
torical collections of the Essex institute. Salem, 1863. 22^""*. 

V. 5, p. 145-147) 

r72.E7E81 vol. 6 

2668 Rathbone. 

Rathbone genealogy, by John C. Cooley. A complete his- 
tory of the Rathbone family, dating from 1574 to date. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., Press of the Courier job print, 1898. 

824, xiii p. incl. front., illus. pi., port. 24'^"'. 

CS71.R234 1898 

3-3813 

Rathbun. See Rathbone. 

2669 Rauss. 

Memorabilia concerning the Rev. Lucas Rauss, one of the 
early ministers of the Evangelical Lutheran church in America : 
including an account of his ancestors and descendants . . . By 
the Rev. Luther A. Gotwald . . . York, Pa., O. Stuck, printer, 
187§. 

68 p. 23«°'. 

10-1489 

2670 Ravenel. 

Ravenel records; a history and genealogy of the Hugenot 
family of Ravenel, of South Carolina; with some incidental 
account of the parish of St. Johns Berkeley, which was their 
principal location. The book is intended for private distribu- 
tion. By Henry Edmund Ravenel, of Spartansburg, S. C. . . . 
Atlanta, Ga., The Franklin printing and publishing co., 1898. 
V, 279 p. front., pi., port. 22=™. 

CS71.B253 1898 

1-27667 

2671 Rawdon. 

The Rawdon papers, consisting of letters on various subjects, 
literary, political, and ecclesiastical, to and from Dr. John 
Bramhall, primate of Ireland. Including the correspondence 
of several most eminent men during the greater part of the 
seventeenth century. Faithfully printed from the originals; 
and illustrated with literary and historical notes, by the Rev. 
Edward Berwick . . . London, J. Nichols and son [etc.] 1819. 

[iii]-vii, 430 p. facsim., fold. tab. 22'=™. 

Introduction (p. 1-14) consists of a biographical sketch of John Bramhall, 
with a copy of his will and that of his wife EUianor Bramhall. 

A sketch of the descent of the Rawdon family from the Conways. 

DA940.5.I13B5 

5-5142 

Rawle. See also Byrd. E169.a66 

Rawlins. See Rollins. 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 551 

2672 Rawson. 

The Rawson family. Memoir of Edward Rawson, secretary 
of the colony of Massachusetts Bay, from 1651 to 1686; with 
genealogical notices of his descendants. By Sullivan S. 
Rawson . . . Boston, Pub. by the family, 1849. 

iv, [5]-146, 2 p. front., port. 24i<'">. 

CS71.I1262 1849 

9-13248 

2673 The Rawson family. A revised memoir of Edward Raw- 
son, secretary of the colony of Massachusetts Bay, from 1650 to 
1686; with genealogical notices of his descendants, including 
nine generations. By E. B. Crane . . . Worcester [Mass.] Pub. 
by the family, 1875. 

XV, 334 p., 1 1. front., plates, porta. 24=°». 
Blank pages at end for "Family record." 

CS71.R262 1876 

»-13249 

See also Taft. CS71.T124 1908 



2674 Ray. 

Sketch of the life and times of Dr. David Ray. Boston, 
Printed for private circulation, 1881. 

24 p. incl. front., illus. 18^'"°. 

Dedication signed: G. B. H. i. e. GrinfiU Blake Holden. 

Contains an account of the meeting of the descendants of Dr. Ray on the 125th 
anniversary of his birth, Sept. 7, 1876. 

2-26038 

See also Sandys. CS71.S22 1897 



2676 Raymond. 

Genealogies of the Raymond families of New England, 1630-1 
to 1886. With a historical sketch of some of the Raymonds of 
early times, their origin, etc. Comp. by Samuel Raymond . . . 
New York, Press of J. J. Little & co., 1886. 

V, 298 p., 1 1. front., ports. 22o«>. 

"List of authors" : p. iv-v. 

CS71.I127 1886 

3-18044 

2676 Read. 

History of the Reed family in Europe and America. By 
Jacob Whittemore Reed . . . Boston, Printed by J. Wilson and 
son, 1861. 

viii, 588 p. front., ports. 23""'. 

CS71.I1284 1861 

9-13245 



552 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Head — Continued. 

2677 Seth Read, lieut.-col. continental army; pioneer at Ge- 
neva, New York, 1787, and at Erie, Penn., June, 1795. His 
ancestors and descendants. By his great granddaughter, Mary 
Hunter Buford. Boston, 1895. 

4 p. 1., 7-166 p. front., pi., port. 22^ x 17"°. 

CS71.E.284 1896 

9-13247 

2678 Souvenir programme of the semi-centennial meeting of the 

Eeed family in the Reed locust grove, August 28, 1895, Taun- 
ton, Mass. [Taunton, Mass., J. So Sampson, printer, 1895] 

8 p. front., pi. 23^"'". 

CS71.B284 1895a 

9-13246 

2679 The Reed genealogy; descendants of William Reade of 

Weymouth, Massachusetts, from 1635 to 1902 ... by John 
Ludovicus Reed . . . [Baltimore, Printed by the Friedenwald 
CO., 1901] 

xxxix, 746 p. front., pi., port., tab. 23^"™. 

CS71.B284 1902 

2-4710 

2680 Proceedings of the Reade historical and genealogical asso- 
ciation, with papers on the family history read at its first three 
annual meetings. Boston, Printed for the Association, 1907. 

52 p. front., ports. 23^"'". 

CS71.R284 1907 

10-1488 

2681 Reed-Read lineage. Captain John Reed of Providence, 

R. I., and Norwalk, Conn, and his descendants through his 
sons, John and Thomas, 1660-1909. By Ella Reed-Wright. 
[Waterbury, Conn., The Mattatuck press, inc., 1909] 

xvi p., 1 1., 717, Ixiii p. front., plates, ports. 25"™. 

CS71.I1284 1909 

9-29144 

/See a^o Pound. CS71 P876 1904 

Ross. CS71.I1825 1908 

Taylor. CS71.T24 1898 

Watson. CS71.W34 i9io 

Willis. CS71.W73 1898 

Beade. See Read 

Reader. See also Fisher. CS71.F533 1890 

2682 Reading. 

Genealogical and biographical memorials of the Reading, 
Howell, Yerkes, Watts, Latham, and Elkins families, by Josiah 



AMEBIC AN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 553 

2682 Reading — Continued. 

Granville Leach. Philadelphia, Printed for private circulation 
by J. B. Lippincott co., 1898. 

7 p. 1., 3-285, [1] p. col. front., illue. (partly col.) plates, ports., facsim., 2 
geneal. tables. 28"™. 

Two hundred copies printed on paper hand-made for this edition, no. 113. 

CS71.B287 1898 

9-13001 

2683 Reber. 

Genealogy of the Reber family descended from Johan Bern- 
hard Reber, 1738. Comp. by Morris B. Reber . . . Reading, 
1901. 

40 p. pi., facsim. 23'^°'. 

Published for the family. 

CS71.R291 1901 

5-448 

Reckard. See Rickard. 

2684 Reddington. 

John Redington of Topsfield, Massachusetts, and some of his 
descendants, with notes on the Wales family. By Cornelia M. 
Redington Carter. Ed. by Josiah Granville Leach, ll. b. Bos- 
ton, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1909. 

4 p. 1., [3]-86 p. front., plates, ports. 24^""". 

"Reprinted with additions from the New England historical and genealog- 
ical register for July, 1907." 

Appendix: The counsels and directions of Ebenezer Wales esq. to his chil- 
dren. Published from the author's manuscript found among his papers after 
his death. To which is prefixed, a short account of the character of the author, 
Boston, Printed and sold at N. Coverly, jun., 1813.: p. [61]-79. 

CS71.R313 1909 

9-6115 

2685 Redfield. 

Genealogical history of the Redfield family in the United 
States. By John Howard Redfield . . . Albany, Munsell & 
Rowland; New York, C. B. Richardson, 1860. 

viii, 337 p. ports. 23^"™. 

"A revision and extension of the genealogical tables compiled in 1839, by 
William C. Redfield." 

CS71.B316 1860 

9-13244 

Redfin. See also Redfield. 
Redington. See Reddington. 
Reed. See Read. 
Reeder. See Reader. 



554 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2686 Bees. 

Genealogy of the Reese family in Wales and America, from 
their arrival in America to the present time. By Miss Mary E. 
Reese. Richmond, Va., Whittet & Shepperson, 1903. 

322 p. front. 19^'''". 

CS71.R328 1903 

5-7998 

2687 David Rees of Little Creek Hundred ; and the descendants 

of John Rees, his son. Comp. and pub. by Thomas Hale 
Streets . . . Philadelphia, Pa., 1904. 

80 p. 21"'°. 

On cover: Number one. Some allied families of Kent County, Delaware. 

CS71.B328 1904 

7-36558 

Reese. See Rees. 

Reeve. See also Sinnott. CS71.S617 1906 

Reeves. See Reeve. 

2688 Reichel. 

Reichel pedigree, extracted from the records of the College 
of arms . . . [London ?] 1872. 

6 p. front, (coat of arms) 28"™. 
Communicated by the Rev. Oswald Joseph Reichel. 
Title vignette. 

Twenty-five copies privately printed. 

CS439.It4 

2688a {In Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica. London, 

1874. 27"°^. n. s., v. 1, p. 276-279) 

CS410.M5 

2-26604 

- Reid. See Read. 
Reiss. See Rice. 
Remich. See Remick. 

2689 Remick. 

Genealogy of the Remick family. By Oliver Philbrick 
Remick. Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1893. 

7 p. 25<"». 

CS71.B387 1893 

3-20240 

2690 Remington. 

Thomas Remington of Suffield, Conn, and some of his descend- 
ants, by Louis Marinus Dewey. Boston, New England historic 
genealogical society, 1909. 

9 p. 24i«'n. 

0871.11388 1909 

10-4263 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES * 555 

Remington — Continued. 

2691 — : Supplement. Boston, New England historic genea- 
logical society, 1910. 
2 p. 24"™. 
Caption title. 
Reprinted from Register for January, 1910. 

CS71.R388 1910 

10-4264 

See also Strong. CS71.S023 1871 



2692 Renaud. 

La famille Renaud d'Av^ne des M6loizes, par Pierre-Georges 
Roy. Levis, 1907. 
50 p. illus. (incl. ports.) 23^'^. 
"Tir6 k 100 exemplaires num^rot^s." This copy unnumbered. 

CS90.I14 

&-29902 

Renwick. See also Todd. CS71.T634 1867 

2693 Repalje. 

American genealogy, being a history of some of the early settlers 
of North America and their descendants, from their first emi- 
gration to the present time . . . By Jerome B. Holgate . . . 
Albany, Printed by J. Munsell, 1848. 

1 p. 1., 244 p., 1 1. SO*"". 

Contents. — Repalje. — Johnson. — Manners and patroons in New Nether- 
lands. — Van Rensselaer. — Gardiner. — Beekman. — Bleecker. — De Graaf . — 
Hoffnutn.— Kip. — De Lancey. — Barclay. — Roosevelt. — Van Schaick. — Liv- 
ingston. — Lawrence. — Osgood. — Jay. 

CS69.H7 

9-25093 

2694 Requa. 

The family of Requa; 1678-1898. Comp. by Rev. Amos C. 
Requa . . . Peekskill, N. Y., 1898. 
xxxviii p., 1 1., 63 p. front., plates, ports. 24^^^™. 

CS71.R427 1898 

9-13243 

2695 Reresby. 

The memoire and travels of Sir John Reresby, bart. The 
former containing anecdotes, and secret history, of the courts of 
Charles n. and James ii. The latter (now first published) 
exhibiting a view of the governments and society in the principal 
states and courts of Europe during the time of Cromwell's 
usurpation. London. Printed for E. Jeffery and J. Rodwell, 
1813. 

xii, 414 (i. e. 416), [31] p. 23^""'. 

Some copies of this edition contain plates and portraits. 

DA447.I14A2 

2-30591 

Resseguie. See Ressiguie. 



556 UBBAEY OF CONGRESS 

2696 Ressiguie. 

The Resseguie family. A historical and genealogical record 
of Alexander Resseguie of Norwalk, Conn., and four generations 
of his descendants. Comp. by John E. Morris. Hartford, 
Conn., Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 1888. 

99 p. 23«™. 

CS71.R435 1888 

9-13242 

Revett. See also Fauconberge. CS439.P3 

2697 Rexford. 

Genealogical history showing the paternal line of descent from 
Arthur Rexford, a native of England, who married Elizabeth 
Stevens, of New Haven, Conn., in 1702. Comp. by John De 
Witt Rexford. Janesville, Wis., Gazette printing company, 
printers, 1891. 

74, [4] p. 22i'=». 

0S71.I1456 1891 

»-13241 

Reyner. See also Lane. cs7i.ii266 1867 

Reynes. See also Deacon. CS71.D278 1898 

2698 Reynolds. 

"99 years" among the family archives. The readin', 'ritin' 
and religion; rites, customs and doings of our forefathers. By 
Chas. H. B. Field . . . [Montrose, O.] Printed at home, 1893. 

Ip. 1., 8p., 11. Ilixl0i«™. 

CS7 1.11464 1893 

CA 9-2577 

2699 . . . Annual reunion, the Reynolds family association . . . 

10th-18th. Middletown, Conn., Pelton & King, printers and 
bookbinders, 1902-1909. 

5 V. 24J'''". 

CS71.R464 1902 

10-4377 

2700 Ancestors and descendants of William and Elizabeth Rey- 
nolds of North Kingstown, R. I. By Thomas A. Reynolds . . . 
and William A. Reynolds . . . Ed. and arranged by Alfred C. 
Willits . . . [Philadelphia, Printed by J. B. Lippincott com- 
pany] 1903. 

42 p. 24''"». 

CS71.R464 1903 

5-12573 

2701 A partial record of the ancestors and a complete record of 

the descendants of Christopher and Charissa (Huntington) Rey- 



AMEBIC AN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 557 

2701 Reynolds — Continued. 

nolds of Mansfield, Connecticut. Comp. by Mrs. Jane Adaline 
(Eaton) Wight, Springfield, Mass. [Springfield ? Mass., 1905] 

38 p., 9 1. 23''™. 

Blank pages for additions. 



CS71.B464 1906 



5-42577 



See also Conkling. CS71.C752 1909 

Runnells. CS71.B943 1873 

Rhoades. See Rhodes. 

2702 Rhodes. 

Pedigree of the family of Rhodes, of New Zealand, recorded 
in the Heralds' college, in the register marked Norfolk xi., 
folio 222. Comp. and ed. by Fretwell W. Hoyle . . . Sheffield, 
Pawson and Brailsford, printers, 1865. 

6 p. 'i?"""". 

Title vignette; interleaved. 

CS439.I16 

2-26593 

See also Hill. CS71.H647 1907 

Maulsby. CS71.M45 1909 

2703 Rice. 

A genealogical history of the Rice family: descendants of 
Deacon Edmund Rice, who came from Berkhamstead, England, 
and settled at Sudbury, Massachusetts, in 1638 or 9; with an 
index . . . By Andrew Henshaw Ward . . . Boston, C. B. 
Richardson, 1858. 

viii, 379 p. 24""'. 

CS71.I1496 1858 

9-13641 

2704 The fourth annual meeting of the Hench, Dromgold, Hart- 
man, Rice and Ickes re-union. Groff's park. Perry County, 
Pennsylvania. On Thursday, August 9th, 1900. [New Bloom- 
field, 1900 ?l 

16 p. 18i'='°. 

Signed Rev. Vernon Rice. 

Cover-title: History of the Rice or Reiss family. 

CS71.R496 1900 

1-3405 

2705 Descendants of Joseph Rice of Conway, Massachusetts . . . 

Prepared by Rev. Edwin B. Rice, m. a. New York City, 1904. 

28 p. pi., ports. 23'=™. 

CS71.B496 1904 

5-447 

See also Bent. CS71.B475 1903 



558 LIBBAKY OF CONGBESS 

2706 Rich. 

Genealogy; descendants of Jonathan Rich . . . Prepared by- 
George Rich. Columbus, O., Press of Nitschke brothers, 1892. 

1 p. 1., [5]-39 p. 20i<'">. 

OS71.R5 1893 

9-13642 

2706a Richards. 

A genealogical register of the descendants of several ancient 
Puritans. Vol. 3. [Richards family] by Rev. Abner Morse. 
Boston, Press of H. W. Dutton & son, 1861. 

2 p. 1., 243 p. front., ports., coat of arms. 24"™. 

F63.M88 voL3 

See also Dupuy. CS71.D945 1910 

2706b Richardson. 

The annals of the Cleveland Richardsons and their descend- 
ants, comp. from family manuscripts, etc. By George Richard- 
son . . . New Castle-upon-Tyne, 1850. 

iv, 92 p. 19^'". 

Not published. 

CS439.B53 

10-15894 

2707 The Richardson memorial, comprising a full history and 

genealogy of the posterity of the three brothers, Ezekiel, Sam- 
uel, and Thomas Richardson, who came from England, and 
united with others in the foundation of Woburn, Massachusetts, 
in the year 1641, of John Richardson, of Medfield, 1679, of Amos 
Richardson, of Boston, 1640, of Edward and William Richard- 
son, of Newbury, 1643, with notices of Richardsons in England 
and elsewhere . . . By John Adams Vinton . . . Portland, 
Me., Printed for the subscribers by B. Thurston & co., 1876. 
XV, 944 p. front., ports. 24" 



9-13643 



CS71.B52 1876 



2708 Notes on the Richardson and Russell families. By James 

Kimball . . . From the Essex institute historical collections, 
vol. XVI. Salem, Printed at the Salem press, 1880. 

39 p. 24"™. 

Issued as a continuation to the "Richardson memorial" in the line of Moeea 
Richardson, 1722-1775. 

CS71.R52 1880 

9-13639 

2709 ... A genealogical record of families in the descending line 

of Samuel Richardson born in England about 1610, through ten 
generations to the present date. Comp. by Joseph Hammond. 
Keene, N. H., Darling & company, 1896. 

22 p. 18§'"°. 

At head of title: 1610. 1896. 

CS71.It52 1896 

9-13640 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 559 

Eichardson — Continued . 

2710 Supplement to the Richardson memorial; prepared by 

Isaac Richardson and Franklin Richardson . . , Portland, Me., 

The Thurston print, 1898. 

34 p. 25^'^'°. 

CS71.R62 1898 

3-22487 

2711 Richardson-De Priest family, by the Rev. Robt. Douglas 

Roller, D. D. [Charleston, W. Va., The Tribune printing cc, 
1905] 

50 p. 2li«'°. 

CS71.I152 1905 

5-36488 

2712 Amos Richardson of Boston and Stonington, with a con- 
tribution to the history of his descendants and the allied families 
of Gilbert, Edwards, Yarrington, and Rust . . . By Rosell L. 
Richardson ... 2d ed. New York, The author, 1906. 

147 p. 24^ 



CS71.B52 1906 



7-11 



See also Dupuy. CS71.D946 1910 

Lawson. CS71.L426 1903 

Vinton. CS71.V79 1868a 

Wilson. 1893 

2713 Richmond. 

^ The Richmond family 1594-1896, and pre-American ances- 

tors, 1040-1594; by Joshua Bailey Richmond . . . with fac- 
similes of signatures, commissions and other documents . . , 
Boston, The compiler, 1897. 

xxiii p., 1 1., 614 p. front., plates (partly col.) port., facsims. 28^"™. 

CS71.R633 1897 

9-13638 

See also Pierce. cs71.P616 1874 



Rickard. See also Jennings. CS71.J646 1899 

2714 Ricker. 

A brief history of the Riker family, from their first emigra- 
tion to this country in the year 1638, to the present time. By 
James Riker, jun. . . . New- York, D. Fanshaw, 1851. 

19 p. 23'^'°. 

CS71.R54 1861 

6-20513 

2716 Records of some of the descendants of George and Maturin 

Ricker, who were early at Dover, N. H. : and who were killed 



560 



LIBBARY OF CONGBESS 



2715 Kicker — Continued. 

by the Indians, June 4, 1706. Comp. by William B. Lapham 
. . . Augusta, Me., Sprague, Owen & Nash, printers, 1877. 
1 p. 1., 20 p. front, (port.) 23^"'°. 

CS71.R54 1877 

CS71.H168 1900 
CS71.S968 1898 

CS71.D945 1910 



&-13637 



See also Haley. 

Suydaiu. 



Rickey. See also Dupuy. 
Ricks. See Rix. 
Riddell. See Riddle. 
Riddick. See also Dinkins. 



CS71.D686 1908 



2716 Riddle. 

History of the ancient Kyedales, and their descendants in 
Normandy, Great Britain, Ireland, and America, from 860 to 
1884. Comprising the genealogy and biography for about one 
thousand years of the families of Riddell, Riddle, Ridlon, Rid- 
ley, etc. ... By G. T. Ridlon . . . Manchester, N. H., The 
author, 1884. 

X, 786 p. front., plates (partly col.) ports. 25'^ 



9-13823 

Ridgeley. See also Dorsey. 
Ridley. See also Riddle. 
Ridlon. See also Riddle. 
Rigg. See Riggs. 
Rigglesworth. See also Jolliffe. 



CS7 1.11543 1884 

CS71.D718 1898 

CS71.I1543 1884 

CS71.I1543 1884 

CS71.J76 1893 



2717 Riggs. 

Genealogy of the Riggs family, with a number of cognate 
branches descended from the original Edward through female 
lines and many biographical outlines, by John H. Wallace, 
vol. 1. New York, The author, 1901- 

1 V. front, (port) 24^""'. 



9-13636 



See also Quisenberry. 

Riker. See Ricker. 



CS71.R57 1901 



CS71.Q9 1897 



AMEBIC AN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 561 

2718 Rilands. 

Three hundred years of a family living, being a history of 
the Rilands of Sutton Coldfield. By the Rev. W. K. Riland 
Bedford, m. a. Birmingham, Cornish brothers, 1889. 

I p. 1., ix, [1], 175, [3] p. incl. geneal. tab. front, (fold, map) 3 port. 26i«°. 
"Only fifty copies of this edition have been printed . . . No. 28." 

CS439.it56 

2-29111 

2719 Ripley. 

Genealogy of a part of the Ripley family, comp. by H. W. 
Ripley . . . Newark, N. J., A. S. Holbrook, printer, 1867. 

iv, 5-48 p. 20i<''». 

CS71.R59 1867 

9-13635 

2720 Rising. 

James Rising of Suffield, Conn., and some of his descendants, 
by Louis Marinus Dewey. Boston, New England historic 
genealogical society, 1909. 

II p. 24i<='°. 

CS71.I1694 1909 

10-5043 

2721 Risley. 

The Risley family history, including records of some of the 
early English Risleys ; a genealogy of the descendants of Richard 
Risley, of Newtown (Cambridge), Massachusetts (1633), and of 
Hartford, Connecticut (1636); an account of the family reunion 
at Hartford, August 3, 1904, and a list of the founders of the 
commonwealth of Connecticut; by Edwin H. Risley . . . New 
York, The Grafton press, 1909. 

7 p. 1., [3J-306 p. front., illue., plates, map. 24^"°'. 

CS71.B596 1909 

10-649 

See also Culcheth. CS439.C85 



2722 Rittenhouse. 

A genea-biographical history of the Rittenhouse family and 
all its branches in America, with sketches of their descendants, 
from the earliest available records to the present time, including 
the birth of Wilhelm in 1644 .. . By Daniel K. Cassel . . . 
With an introduction by Alvah Rittenhouse, m. d. Vol. 1. 
Philadelphia, The Rittenhouse memorial association, 1893. 

xlix, 272 p., 10 1. front., illus., plates (partly col.) ports., maps, facsime. 23"™. 

"Memoranda for marriages, births, deaths, etc.": 10 1. at end. 

Bibliography: p. xix. 

Binder's title: Origin and history of the Rittenhouse family. Vol.1. Three 
generations in Europe, 1591 to 1644. Four generations in America, 1644 to 1825. 

The author published a supplementary volume under title: The family 
record of David Rittenhouse, including his sisters Esther, Anne and Eleanor 
. . . Norristown, Pa., 1897. 

CS71.R613 1893 

3-24629 

35819°— 10 36 



562 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Bittenhouse — Continued . 

2722a The family record of David Rittenhouse ; including his 

sisters Esther, Anne and Eleanor. Also, Benjamin Ritten- 
house and Margaret Rittenhouse Morgan. By Daniel K. 
Cassel. , . Norristown, Pa., Herald printing and binding 
rooms, 1897. 
139 p. ports. 23'=". 

Cover-title: Family of Matthias Rittenhouse. 

Supplements the author's Genea-biographical history of the Rittenhouse 
family, v. 1, Philadelphia, 1893. 

CS71.R613 1897 

3-22496 

See also Lawson. CS71.L426 1903 

Ritterhausen. See Rittenhouse. 

2723 Rix. 

History and genealogy of the Rix family of America, con- 
taining biographical sketches and genealogies of both males and 
females, comp. by Guy S. Rix . . . New York, The Grafton 
press, 1906. 

2 p. 1., iii-xiii, 240 p. front., col. pi., ports. 24°™. 

CS71.R626 1906 

6-16285 

2724 History and genealogy of the Ricks family of America; 

containing biographical sketches and genealogies of both males 
and females. Compiled by Guy S. Rix . . . Published and for 
sale by Joel Ricks, Logan, Utah for the Ricks family. Salt 
Lake City, Press and bindery of Skellon publishing co., 1908. 
184 p. front., 2 pi. (1 col.) ports. 24^°™. 

CS71.B639 1908 

8-27170 

Roades. See Rhodes. 

2725 Robbins. 

Chart of descendants of John^ Robbins, of Wethersfield, Ct., 
through his great great grandson, Capt. Elisha* Robbins . . . 
[New York?] "1881. 

geneal. tab. 52 x 84"™, 

Comp. by David Parsons Hoi ton. 

CS71.R633 1881 

10-5269 

2726 Memoir of Hon. James Murray Robbins. [Cambridge, J. 

Wilson and son, 19 — ?] 

17 p. 23^"™. 



By Estes Howe. 

Privately printed for the family. 

A sketch of his ancestry, p. [3]-ll. 

10-4767 


CS71.R632 


19— 


See also Chamberlain. 


CS71.C443 


1880 


Noyes. 
Todd. 


CS71.N955 
CS71.T634 


1907 
1867 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 563 

2727 Roberdeau. 

Genealogy of the Roberdeau family, including a biography of 
General Daniel Roberdeau, of the revolutionary army, and the 
Continental congress; and signer of the Articles of confedera- 
tion. By Roberdeau Buchanan. Printed for private distribu- 
tion. Washington, J. L. Pearson, printer, 1876. 

vii, [91-196 p. front., pi., geneal. tab. 21J'"». 

CS71.I1630 1876 

9-13634 

2728 Roberts. 

The Roberts family of Simsbury, Connecticut, in the line of 
Captain Lemuel Roberts, 1742-1789. Comp. by Frank Farns- 
worth Starr for James J. Goodwin. Hartford, Conn. [Cam- 
bridge, J. Wilson & son] 1896. 

54 p. fold, geneal. tab. 25"™. 

CS71.B64 189G 

9-13633 

2729 A Quaker of the olden time, being a memoir of John Rob- 
erts, by his son, Daniel Roberts, with particulars of the Roberts 
family collected from original documents and other sources. 
Ed. by Edmund T. Lawrence, with prefatory letter by Oliver 
Wendell Holmes . . . London, Headley brothers, 1898. 

507 p. front., pi., port., faceim. 18^°". 

2-26551 

2730 The Roberts family; a genealogy of Joseph Roberts of 

Windham, Maine. 18th century. By Mrs. Amorena Grant . . . 
Chicago, West Chicago press association [1902] 

143 p. illua. (incl. ports.) 23<"°. 

CS71.R64 1002 

3-17711 

See also Lancaster. cs7i.ii246 1902 

Robertson. See Robinson. 

r 

Robins. See Robbins. 

2731 Robinson. 

Memoir of the Rev. William Robinson, formerly pastor of the 
Congregational church in Southington, Conn. With some 
account of his ancestors in this country. By his son, Edward 
Robinson . . . Printed as manuscript, for private distribution. 
New York, J. F. Trow, printer, 1859. 

xii,214p. 23"'". (Parti: Ancestors of the Rev. William Robinson, p. 1-63) 

10-10179 



564 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Robinson — Continued . 

2732 Robinson family. (Detached from Hyde genealogy by Reu- 
ben H. Walworth. Albany, 1864. 24<»». p. 81-82, 293-298) 

CS71.I166 1864 

2733 Fragments of family and contemporary history. Gath- 
ered by T. H. R. [i. e. Thomas H, Robinson] Pittsburgh, Printed 
by Bakewell & Marthens, 1867. 

V, [7]-142 p. 19 JO". 

CS71.B66 1867 

4-8408 

2734 Recollections of olden times: Rowland Robinson of Nar- 

ragansett and his unfortunate daughter. With genealogies of 
the Robinson, Hazard, and Sweet families of Rhode Island. By 
Thomas R. Hazard . . . Also, genealogical sketch of the Hazards 
of the middle states, by Willis P. Hazard . . . Newport, R. I., 
J. P. Sanborn, 1879. 

288 p. pi. 22^°™. 

CS71.R66 1879 

9-13C30 

2735 William and Anne Robinson of Dorchester, Mass. ; their 

ancestors and their descendants. By Edward Doubleday Har- 
ris .. . Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1890. 

60 p. fold, geneal. tab. 25^"'". 
"Two hundred and fifty copies." 

0S71.R66 1890 
9-13631 

2736 Items of ancestry, by a descendant, I. M. R. [i, e. Ida May 

Frost Robinson] Privately printed. Boston, D. Clapp & son, 
1894. 

93 p. illus. 24^'"°. 

CS71.R66 1894 

10-11178 

2737 Descendants of Alexander Robinson and Angelica Peale. 

[Washington, D. C, 1896] 

89 1. port. 26i x 20J«". 
By William Carvel Hall. 
Autographed from typewritten copy. 

CS71.B66 1896 
9-13632 

2738 Donald Robertson and his wife, Rachel Rogers, of King 

and Queen County, Virginia, their ancestry and posterity; also, 

a brief account of the ancestry of Commodore Richard Taylor 

of Orange County, Virginia, and his naval history during the 

war of the American revolution. By William Kyle Anderson. 

[Detroit, Mich., Winn and Hammond, printers, introd. 1900] 

263, xxvi p., 1 1. front., pi., port. 23°™. 

0S7 1.1166 1900 

3-«0S2 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 565 

Robinson — Continued . 

2739 Ancestor hunting. Some account of a week spent in 

Windham County, Vermont, during the month of June, 1901 . . . 
By Hamhne E. Robinson . . . Maryville, Mo., Priv. print, by 
the author, 1901. 
12 p. illus. 18"™. 

"Only fifty copies . . . were printed privately by the author, in the month of 
July, 1901. This is number 10. H. E. Robinson." 



CS71.R66 1901 



3-33148 



2740 The Robinson family. Compliments of James P. Sherman. 

Waterloo, la., 1901. 



28 1. 20i X 27^" 

1-27668 



CS71.R66 1901a 



2741 Thomas Robinson and his descendants, by Thomas Has- 
tings Robinson. Rev. ed., 1902. Harrisburg, Pa., Harrisburg 
pubHshing company, 1902. 

233 p. front., plates, ports. 22i«'". 

CS71.R66 1902 

6-37638 

2742 Robinson family genealogical and historical association. 

The Robinsons and their kin folk [lst]-3d series, [1902]- 
1906. New York, Published by the Society, 1902-06. 

3 V. front, (v. 3) illus. (incl. faceima.) plates (partly col.) porta. 23*™. 

The above title appears in vol. 1 only on cover. It appears on t.-p. and cover 
of vol. 2 and 3. 

Contains list of oflScers, constitution and by-laws, historical sketches, mem- 
bers of Association, etc. 

CS71.B66 1902-1906 

7-23697 

2743 A historical sketch of the Robinson family of the line 

of Ebenezer Robinson, a soldier of the revolution. Born at 
Lexington, Mass., Feb. 14th, 1765. Died at South Reading, 
Vt., Oct. 31, 1857. By Jane Bancroft Robinson . . . Detroit, 
1903. 

viii, 5-68 p., 1 1. incl. front., illus. col. pi. 23'"". 
Introduction signed: George O. Robinson, Jane B. Robinson. 

CS71.R66 1903 

&-858 

2744 Colonial and revolutionary ancestry : some account of 

the New England descent of Hamline Elijah Robinson . . . 
Maryville, Mo., Priv. print., 1903. 

28 p. incl. facsims. 24"™. 
Forewords signed Hamline Elijah Robinson. 

"Only 100 copies of this pamphlet were privately printed by the compiler 
in January, 1903, of which this is number 9." 

CS71.B66 190Sa 

3-26269 



566 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 



Robinson — Continued . 

2745 Genealogy of the Robertson, Small and related families: 

Hamilton, Livingston, McNaughton, McDonald, McDougall, 
Beveridge, Lourie, Stewart. By Archibald Robertson Small 
. . . Indianapolis, A. G. Small, 1907. 
5 p. 1., t9]-249, [9] p. front, (port.) 24<'='. 
Edited by A. G. Small. 

CS71.R66 1907 

9-7061 



See also Barlow. 
Buford. 
Burton. 
Flagg. 
FoUett. 
Gentry. 
Giles. 
Glassell. 
McKinney. 
Pocahontas. 
Watson. 



CS71.B27 


1891 


CS71.B93 


1903 


CS71.B974 


1906 


CS71.F754 


1903 


CS71.F668 


1896 


CS71.G339 


1909 


CS71.G472 


1864 


F225.H41 


CS71.M158 


1906 


CS71.B747 


1887 


CS71.W34 


1910 


CS71.C8 


1876 


DA912.M89 



Roby. See also Corliss. 
Rock, Oapt. See Moore. 



2746 Rockwell. 

The Rockwell family in America. A genealogical record, 
from 1630 to 1873. By Henry Ensign Rockwell. Boston, 
Rockwell & Churchill, 1873. 

V, 7-224 p. col. front, (coat of arms) 24"". 

CS71.I1683 1873 

9-13019 

2747 A genealogy of the families of John Rockwell, of Stam- 
ford, Conn., 1641, and Ralph Keeler, of Hartford, Conn., 1639. 
Comp. by James Boughton . . . New York, W. F. Jones, 1903. 

xc, 525 p. front., ports. 24"™. 

CS71.R683 1903 

9-30476 

2748 Rockwood. 

A historical and genealogical record of the descendants of 
Timothy Rockwood . . . Compiled from authentic sources. 
By E. L. Rockwood . . . Boston, Mass., The compiler, 1856. 
146, V, [1] p. front. 20°°^. 

CS71.B684 1866 
9-13629 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 567 

Rockwood — Continued . 

2749 The descendants of Benjamin Rockwood, sr., of Grafton, 

Mass., with some account of his ancestry and the early Rock- 
woods in Massachusetts. By Charles A. Flagg. Washington, 
D. C. [Press of Gibson bros.] 1905. 
36 p. 23i'= 



5-27472 


CS71.B684 


1906 


See also Adams. 


F63.M88 


vol. 1 


Flagg. 


CS71.F764 


1003 


Bodenbough. See also Kaufman. 


CS71.K21 


isoa 


Bodes. See Rhodes. 







Rodger. See Rogers. 
Rodlon. See Ridlon. 

2750 Rodman. 

Genealogy of the Rodman family, 1620 to 1886. By Charles 
Henry Jones. Philadelphia [Printed by Allen, Lane & Scott] 
1886. 
287 p., 2 1. ports., facsim. 26°°'. 

CS71.B603 1886 
9-13259 

2761 Notes on Rodman genealogy. By William Woodbridge 

Rodman . . . [New Haven, Conn.] Printed for the author 
[Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, printers] 1887. 
27 p. 24i»"'. 

CS71.B693 1887 

9-13258 

Roe. See also Conkling. CS71.C762 ieo9 

2752 Rogers. 

Genealogical memoir of the family of Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, 
of Ipswich, Essex Co., Mass. . . . son of Rev. John Rogers, of 
Dedham, Essex, Old England . . . < By a descendant > [Boston, 
1851] 

[3H8 (i. e. 50) p. front, (port.) 22i<"°. 

Caption title. 

Reprinted from the "New England historical and genealogical register," 
vol. 5, April, 1851. 

CS71.R73 1861 

3-6642 

2753 John 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 etc. etc. By Joseph Lemuel Chester. London, 
Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1861. 

xii, 452 p. front, (port.) plates. 22°". 

10-10228 



568 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Rogers — Continued . 

2754 Genealogy of Rogers of Dowdeswell, in the county of 

Gloucester. Copied from a pedigree certified by George Harrison, 
Windsor herald, in the possession of R. R. Coxwell-Rogers, 
esq., of Dowdeswell court. [London?] Priv. print., 1869. 

1 p. 1., 10 p. illus. (coat of arms) 28^"™. 

CS439.B6 

2-27668 

2755 The Scottish house of Roger, with notes respecting the 

families of Playfair and Haldane of Bermony. By the Rev. 
Charles Rogers ... 2d ed. Edinburgh, Printed for private 
circulation [McFarlane & Erskine, printers] 1875. 

44 p. 22i<''". 

OS470.R7 

6-11673 

2756 Descendants of the Rev. Daniel Rogers, of Littleton, 

Mass. [By John Ward Dean. Boston, 1885] 

8 p. 25i«'°. 

"Reprinted from the N. E. historical and genealogical register for July, 
1885." 

CS71.R73 1886 
5-14267 

2757 The Rogers family, of the county of Essex, England, and 

Essex County, Massachusetts. By Henry F. Waters . . . 
[Boston, 1887] 
geneal. tab. 29 x 26"™. 

"Reprinted from the New England historical and genealogical register for 
April, 1887." 

CS71.B73 1887 

9-13257 

2758 The John Rogers families in Plymouth [Mass.] and vicinity. 

By Josiah H. Drummond. (Read before the Maine historical 
society, Dec. 19, 1895). [Portland, Me., 1895] 

26 p. 24«™. 

CS71.R73 1896 

1-18328 

2759 2d & rev. ed. [Portland, Me., 1898] 

27 p. 24J'='". 

CS71.I173 1898 
1-18329 

2760 James Rogers of Londonderry and James Rogers of 

Dunbarton. [By Hon. Josiah H. Drummond . . . Manchester, 
N. H., S. C. & L. M. Gould] 1897. 

1 p. 1., 12 p. 22='°. 

A new ed. published in 1902 under title: The two James Rogers. 

CS71.I173 1897 

4-36354 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 569 

Rogers — Continued . 

2761 The Rogers family of Georgetown [Me.] By Josiah H. 

Drummond. [n. p., 1897?] 

cover-title, 37 p. 24=™. 

CS71.I173 1897a 

9-13255 

2762 John Rogers of Marshfield and some of his descendants. 

By Josiah H. Drummond , . . West Hanover, Mass., R. B. 
Ellis, 1898. 

iv, 5-194 p. 24"°'. 

CS71.R73 1898a 

9-13256 

2763 Hope Rogers and his descendants. Comp. by James S. 

Rogers . . . Boston, Printed by D. Clapp & son, 1901. 

7 p. 24=°'. 

"Reprinted from New-Eng. historical and genealogical register for Jan., 
1901." 

CS71.R73 1901 

5-444 

2764 The two James Rogers : James Rogers of Londonderry and 

James Rogers of Dunbarton. A genealogical research, by Hon. 
Josiah H. Drummond. Manchester, N. H., 1902. 

15 p. illus. (port.) 23^"™. 

First published in 1897, under title "James Rogers of Londonderry and James 
Rogers of Dunbarton." 
Biographical sketch of the author, by G. W. Browne: p. 13-15. 

CS71.R73 1902 

4-36356 

2765 James Rogers of New London, Ct., and his descendants. 

By James Swift Rogers . . . Boston, The compiler, 1902. 

514 p. front., pi., port., facsim. 24""°. 

CS71.B73 1902a 

^24344 

2766 Biographical notes and genealogical tables giving line of 

descent of Jonathan J. Rogers and other descendants of Ezra 
Earll and Mary Sabin from the Mayflower pilgrims Francis 
Cooke and Richard Warren. By C. H. Weygant. Newburgh, 
N. Y., Newburgh journal print, 1905. 

45 p. 23^0"'. 

Blank pages at end for "Additional records." 

"Jonathan J. Rogers" supplied in manuscript on title-page. 

CS71.B73 1905 

ft-28471 

See also Barlow. CS71.B27 1891 

Kinney. F225.M15 

McKinney. cs71.mi68 1906 

Noyes. CS71.N955 1907 

Pierce. CS71.P616 1874 

Pocahontas. CS71.R747 1887 

Sinnott. CS71.S617 1906 

Roland. See Rowland. 



570 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2767 Rollins. 

Records of families of the name Rawlins or Rollins, in the 
United States. In two parts . . . Comp. by John R. Rollins. 
Lawrence, Mass., G. S. Merrill & Crocker, printers, 1874. 

xvi p., 2 1., 348 p. front, (port.) 23'"". 

Contents. — pt. 1. Family records of James Rawlins, of Dover, and his 
descendants. — pt. 2. Partial records of the families of Nicholas Rawlins, of 
Newbury, William Rawlins, of Gloucester, Thomas Rawlins, of Scituate, 
Thomas Rawlins, of Boston, Henry Rollins, of Pennsylvania, Charles Rawlins, 
of Delaware, and notices of other families. 

CS71.I1764 1874 
9-13235 

2768 Rollo. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Alexander Rollo, 
of East Haddam, Conn,, 1685-1895, with biographical notes. 
By John Hollenbeck Rollo. Wilmington, Del., Priv. print, for 
the author, 1896. 

56 p. 24^""'. 

"Edition of 75 copies." no. 1 of 9 extra copies. 

CS71.B.765 1896 

9-13254 

Ronald. See Clanronald. 

2769 Roome. 

Descendants of Peter Willemse Roome. [Comp. by Peter 
Roome Warner. New York, D. H. Gildersleeve, printer, 1883] 

348, 62 p. 23^=™. 

CS71.I1778 1883 

9-13022 

Roos. See also Gustin. CS71.G982 1900 

Roosenboom. See Roseboom. 

2770 Roosevelt. 

The Roosevelt genealogy, 1649-1902; comp. and published 
by Charles Barney Whittelsey . . . Hartford, Conn., C. B. 
Whittelsey, 1902. 

121 p. 24«'". 

CS71.B781 1902 

2-15636 

2771 "Land o' the leal." Home of Roosevelt's ancestors in 

Bucks. The story of a sturdy people . . . [By Warren Smedley 
Ely. Doylestown, Pa., 1902] 
[4] p. 27"™. 
Signed: The antiquary. 
Caption title. 

A sketch of the Scotch-Irish ancestry of Mrs. Margaret (Barnhill) Roosevelt. 

F157.B8E54 

See also Repalje. CS69.H7 

Todd. CS71.T634 1867 



AMEBIC AN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 571 

2772 Root. 

Root genealogical records. 1600-1870. Comprising the gen- 
eral history of the Root and Roots families in America. By 
James Pierce Root . . . New York, R. C. Root, Anthony & co., 
1870. 
2 p. 1., 9-533 p. geneal. tab. 21J x 18J<"». 

CS71.B782 1870 

»-13021 

Roote. See Root. 
Rootes. See Root. 

2773 Roper. 

The Ropers of Sterling and Rutland, by Ella E. Roper . . . 
East Orange, N. J., Pub. under the auspices of the Roper asso- 
ciation by F. H. Colvin, 1904. 

2 p. 1., 7-472, [1] p. incl. plates. 21«'"». 

CS71.B784 1904 

6-24869 

2774 Rory. 

Irish family history . . . By Richard F. Cronnelly. Dublin, 
Printed by Goodwin, son, and Nethercott, 1864. 

2 V. in 1. 22^0"". 

Contents. — pt. I. A history of the Clanna-Rory, or Rudricians, descendants 
of Roderick the Great, monarch of Ireland ... to which is added a paper on 
the authorship of the "Exile of Erin" by a septuagenarian. — pt. II. A history 
of the Clan Eoghan, or Eoghanachta, descendants of Eoghan More, or Eugene 
the Great. 

CS498.C8 

3-4650 

2775 Rosbrugh. 

Rosbrugh, a tale of the revolution, or Life, labors and death 
of Rev. John Rosbrugh . . . chaplain in the continental army; 
clerical martyr of the revolution, killed by Hessians, in the bat- 
tle of Assunpink, at Trenton, New Jersey, Jan. 2d, 1777. 
Founded upon a paper read before the New Jersey historical 
society at its meeting in Trenton, January 15th, 1880; to which 
is appended genealogical data of all the Rosbrughs of the connec- 
tion in America : by Rev. John C. Clyde, a. m. ... Easton, 1880. 

4 p. 1., 101 p. maps. 23 x ig"™. 

Supplementary matter dated 1882, p. 93-101. 

Leaf of "Addenda" inserted between p. 92 and 93. 

»-516 



572 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2776 Rose. 

A genealogical deduction of the family of Rose of Kilravock, 
with illustrative documents from the family papers, and notes. 
Edinburgh [T. Constable] 1848. 

1 p. 1., viii, 531, [1] p. double front., illiis., 1 pi., facsim. 25^°°. (On 
cover: The Spalding club, Aberdeen. [Publications. 17]) 

Title vignette in colors. 

By Hugh Rose. 

Continued to 1753 by Lachlan Shaw. Ed. by Cosmo Innes. 

DA750.S8 vol. 17 

4-24737 

2777 A chart of the ancestors and descendants of Rev. Robert 

Rose, born at Wester Alves, Scotland, February 12, 1704, came 
to Virginia in 1725, died June 30, 1751, prepared by W. G. 
Stanard, for Miss Annie Fitzhugh Rose Walker. Richmond, 
W. E. Jones, printer, 1895. 

1 p. 1., fold, geneal. tab. 19°°^. 

CS71.I1796 1896 

9-13018 

See also Lamb. 0S71.L218 1904 

Ross. 

2778 Roseboom. 

1630-1897. A brief history of the ancestors and descend- 
ants of John Roseboom (1739-1805) and of Jesse Johnson 
(1745-1832). Comp. by Catharine Roseboom, Dr. J, Livingston 
Roseboom, Rev. Henry U. Swinnerton and Joseph H. White. 
Cherry Valley, N. Y. [Printed at the Co-operative press, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1897 ?] 

140 p. incl. front. 24^0". 

CS71.R798 1897 

9-13253 

2779 Rosecrans. 

The Rosenkrans family in Europe and America. Comp. by 
Allen Rosenkrans . . . Newton, N. J., New Jersey herald press, 
1900. 

332 p., 1 1. front., illus., plates, ports. 270™, 

CS71.B799 1900 

4-30111 

2780 Rosell. 

Stemmata Rosellana; compiled from inquisitiones post mor- 
tem, parliamentary records, rotuli hundredorum, chancery 
reports, etc., etc. By Clifford Stanley Sims . . . Philadelphia, 
W. F. Geddes, 1859. 

8 p. Id^""^. 

CS71.R811 1859 

3-7930 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 573 

2781 Rosenberger. 

The Rosenberger family of Montgomery County. Historical 
and genealogical sketches. By Edward Mathews. Harleys- 
ville, Pa., I. R. Haldeman, 1892. 

4 p. 1., 60 p. front., ports. 22^"°'. 

CS71.R813 1892 

9-13020 

2782 A genealogical record of the descendants of Henry Rosen- 
berger of Franconia, Montgomery Co., Pa. Together with his- 
torical and biographical sketches, and illustrated with portraits 
and other illustrations. By Rev. A. J. Fretz . . . With an 
introduction by Prof. Seward M. Rosenberger, of Quakertown, 
Pa. [Milton, N. J.] 1906. 

336, [1] p. incl. front, pi., ports. 21i<"°. 

CS71.B813 1906 
8-30310 

Rosenbeny. See Rosenberger. 
Rosencrans. See Rosecrans. 
Rosenkrans. See Rosecrans. 

2783 Ross. 

Rossiana; papers and documents relating to the history and 
genealogy of the ancient and noble house of Ross, of Ross-shire, 
Scotland, and its descent from the ancient earls of Ross, 
together with the descent of the ancient and historic family of 
Read, from Rede of Troughend, Reade of Barton Court, Berks, 
and Read of Delaware. Also some account of the related fam- 
lies . . . By Major Harmon Pumpelly Read . . . Being a com- 
pilation of original documents found in the archives of the late 
General John Meredith Read, original articles by the author and 
compiler, and articles already published, including the descent 
of the earls of Ross, by the late Francis Nevile Reid, esq. . . . 
Albany, N. Y. [Press of the Argus co.] 1908. 

xiii p., 1 1., [xv]-xix p., 1 1., 431 p. incl. col. front., illus, plates, ports., 
geneal. charts (partly fold.) 24"™. 

"The Argus company certifies that there have been three hundred copies of 
this book printed from type in the year nineteen hundred and eight, of which 
this is no. 2." 

CS71.B826 1908 
9-^692 

See also Rose. da750.S8 voL 17 

RuggleS. CS71.R932 1901 

Rotch. See also Lawrence. cs71.L42 1904 



574 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

2784 Roulhac. 

Genealogical memoir of the Roulhac family in America. By 
Helen M. Prescott. Atlanta, Ga., American publishing and 
engraving co., 1894. 

109 p. col. front, (coat of arms) 20^"™. 

"The greater part of this book is copied from the manuscript memoirs of 
Francis L. G. Roulhac." 

CS71.B86 1894 
9-13239 

Rounsevill. See also Pierce. cs71.P616 1874 

Roush. See also Morr. CS71.M872 1896 

2785 Rowell. 

Biographical sketch of Samuel Rowell and notices of some of 
his descendants; with a genealogy for seven generations, 
1754-1898. By Roland Rowell . . . Manchester, N. H., W. E. 
Moore, 1898. 

216 p. front., illus., pi., ports. 23°"'. 

0871.11881 1898 
Dec. 21, 98-78 

2786 Rowland. 

A genealogical sketch of the posterity of John Rowland of 
Rhosybayvil, parish of Bayvil, Pembroke, Wales, and after- 
wards of East Whiteland, Chester Co., Pa. By Henry J. Row- 
land and Edward K. Rowland . . . [Philadelphia, Printed by 
J. B. Lippincott company] 1893. 

2p. l.,3-32, [l]p. 20""'. 

Blank pages at end for "Line of descent." 

CS71.B883 1893 

9-13236 

Rowlee. See Rowley. 

2787 Rowley. 

Lieut. Heman Rowlee (1746-1818) and his descendants, by 
Willard Winfield Rowlee . . . Ithaca, N. Y. [Press of Andrus & 
Church] 1907. 

138 p. front., ports. 24^°"'. 

"Edition of 150 copies." 

CS71.R884 1907 

7-29603 

2788 Descendants of Moses Rowley, Cape Cod, Mass., about 

1715, also descendants of George Warner, Wittenberg, Ger- 
many, born 1720. By H. S. Russell . . . Pittsfield, Mass., 
Eagle printing and binding company, 1908. 

54 p. ISi^"". 

Printed for private circulation. 

CS71.I1885 1908 

10-9116 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 575 

2789 RoyaU. 

The old Royall house, by Helen Tilden Wild . . . Salem, 
Mass., The Salem press company, 1908. 
1 p. 1., 8 p. front. 25^=°. 
Reprinted from the MaesachuBctts magazine, vol. 1, no. 3. 

F74.M66W6 

9-27669 

See also Oliver. CS71.048 1907 



Royer. See also Gift. cs7i.a469 1909 

Rudricians. See Rory. 

2790 Ruggles. 

The genealogy of Thomas* Ruggles of Roxbury, 1637, to 
Thomas' Ruggles of Pomfret, Conn., and Rutland, Vt. The 
genealogy of Alitheah Smith, of Hampton, Conn., the wife of 
Thomas' Ruggles, and the genealogy of the descendants — in 
part — of Samuel Ladd of Haverhill, Mass. By Franklin Ladd 
Bailey. [Boston] 1896. 

[3H4 p. 23i''"'. 

CS71.R932 1896 

S-3838 

2791 The Ruggles lineage. Five generations. By Henry Stod- 
dard Ruggles ... [n. p.] Priv. print., 1896. 

14 p. col. front, (coat of^arme) 24^=™. 

CS71.B932 1896a 

9-13238 

2792 The Ruggles, Kingsley, Ross and Goodwin revolutionary 

ancestry of Henry Stoddard Ruggles, with the Ruggles, Ryan, 
Kingsley, Ross and Goodwin arms, from family book-plates and 
silver, [n. p., 1901 ?] 

2 p. 1., 36 p. incl. pi. front. 22"'"'. 



CS71.B932 1901 



1-4125 



See also Chute. CS71.C664 1894 

Tucker. CS71.T89 I90i 

2793 Rulon. 

The Rulon family and their descendants. Philadelphia, 
Lineaweaver & Wallace, printers, 1870. 
43 p., 1 1. 22i=»>. 
Comp. by John C. Rulon. 

CS71.B935 1870 

9-13237 

2794 Rumph. 

Genealogy of the Rumph family of South Carolina. By A. S. 
Salley, jr. Birmingham, Ala., Leslie printing and publishing 
CO., 1903. 

cover-title, 10 p. 23i=™. 

CS71.B938 1903 

3-14590 



576 LIBRAE Y OF CONGRESS 

2795 Runkle. 

The Kunkle family; being an account of the Runkels in 
Europe, and their descendants in America, by Ben Van D. 
Fisher . . . New York, T. A. Wright, 1899. 

366 p. incl. col. pi. (coat of arms) pi. 24^"™. 

CS71.It042 1809 

3-3831 

2796 Runnells. 

A genealogy of Runnels and Reynolds families in America; 
with records and brief memorials of the earliest ancestors, as 
far as known and of many of their descendants, bearing the 
same and other names. In three parts, with an appendix. By 
Rev. M. T. Runnels, a. m. ... Boston, A. Mudge & son, printers, 
1873. 

xvi, 354 p., 1 I. 24"°'. 

Blank pagea at end for "Family record." 

Contents. — pt. 1. A genealogical memoir of Samuel Runels, of Bradford, 
Mass., 1703-1745. — pt. 2. A genealogical memoir of Job Runels, or Runals, of 
Durham, N. H., 1713-1762. — pt. 3. A genealogical memoir of John Runels, or 
Runals, of Durham, N. H., 1718-1756. 

0871.11943 1873 

9-13240 

See also Reynolds. 

Runnels. See Runnells. 
Runyan. See Runyon. 

2797 Runyon. 

Genealogy of the Runyan family. [Princeton, 1891] 

1 p. 1., 8 p., 1 1. 23"'°. ^ 

Comp. by Henry Runyan. 

Cover-title. 

"Savidge family record" on verso of p. 1. 

Folded leaf entitled "Record of the Runyan family" attached to p. 1. 

CS71.B944 1891 

2-837 

2798 Rupp. 

A brief biographic memorial of Joh. Jonas Rupp, and com- 
plete genealogical family register of his lineal descendants, from 
1756 to 1875. With an appendix. By I. Daniel Rupp. W. 
Philadelphia, Pa., L. W. Robinson [1875] 

xi p., 2 1., [13]-292 p. incl. front, (port.) 19«"». 

Blank pages at end for "Family record." 

CS71.B946 1876 

9-13017 

Rusk. See also Pound. CS71.P876 1904 



AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES 577 

2799 Rusling. 

The Rusling family, by James F. Rusling . . . Philadelphia, 
Printed for private circulation by J. B. Lippincott company, 
1907. 

5 p. 1., 159, [1] p. front., plates, i)ort8., fold, geneal. tab. 25"™. 

CS71.B966 1007 

7-42335 

2800 Russell. 

Anecdotes of the house of Bedford, from the Norman con- 
quest to the present period . . . London, J. S. Barr [17971 
1 p. 1., [v]-vii, 284 p. 21' 



6-14523 



I cm 

DA301.1.I19A6 



2800a History and description of Wobum and its abbey, etc. 

etc. By J. D. Parry . . . London, Longman, Rees, Orme, 
Brown, and Green; [etc., etc., pref. 1831] 
xii p., 2 1., 320 p. front., pi. (partly fold.) IQi"™. 

Contents. — ^pt. 1. History of the town. The ancient abbey. Biography of 
the Russell family. Sketch of the Gordon family. Description of the town. 
Vicinity of Wobum. — pt. 2. Wobum abbey. Portraits and paintings. Sculp- 
ture gallery. Gardens, and park. 

DA690.W84P2 

2-29217 

2801 Historical memoirs of the first race of ancestry, whence the 

house of Russell had its origin: from the subjugation of Norway 
to the Norman conquest. By J. H. WlfiFen . . . London, Long- 
man, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman [etc.] 1833. 

2 p. 1., 78 p. fold, geneal. tab. 24^"™. 

DA301.1.B9W6 

4-33694 

2802 Historical memoirs of the house of Russell ; from the time 

of the Norman conquest. By J. H. Wiffen . . . London, Long- 
man, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman [etc.] 1833. 

2 V. illus., 6 pi., 2 port. (incl. front.) fold, geneal. tab. 25"™. 

DA301.1.It9W6 

4-33695 

2803 Sketch of the history of the house of Russell. By David 

Ross . . . London, W. S. Orr & co.; [etc., etc.] 1848. 

3 p. 1., 84, viii p. 17^"™. (Notes on the nobility, no. 1) 

DA301.1B9I18 

2-20540 

2804 Genealogy of that branch of the Russell family which 

comprises the descendants of John Russell of Woburn, Massa- 
chusetts, 1640-1878. By John Russell Bartlett. Providence, 
Priv. print, [by the Providence press company] 1879. 

212 p. front., pi., ports. 26"°'. 

List of the author's works: p. 131-133. 

CS71.R965 1879 

3-31330 

35819°— 10 37 



578 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Kussell — Continued . 

2805 A genealogy. Comprising some of the ancestors and all 

the descendants of John and Hannah (Fincher) Russell. By 
Isaac S. Russell. [New Market, Md., 1887] 

2 p. 1., 29, [1] p. 15 X 28i'"^ 

CS71.R966 1887 

9-13018 

2806 Descendants of William Russell, Cambridge, Mass., about 

1640, by Hezekiah Stone Russell, of Pittsfield, Mass. Mar. 1, 
1900. Printed for private circulation. Pittsfield, Mass., Eagle 
publishing company, 1900. 

52 p. IS""". 

CS71.R966 1900 

1-20890 

2807 Genealogical chart of the Oliver and Otis Russell families 

of Marlboro, Mass., descendants of William Russell, immigrant 
from England. Designed ... by L. H. Russell. Winthrop, 
Mass., L. H. Russell," 1908. 

geneal. tab. 42 x 25"™. 

CS71.R965 1908 

See also Fletcher. CS439.F63 

Griswold. 0S71.G87 1898 

Eichardson. cs7i.ii52 1880 

Tracy. , CS71.T76 1896a 

2808 Rust. 

Record of the Rust family: embracing the descendants of 
Henry Rust, who came from England and settled in Hingham, 
Mass. 1634-1635. By Albert D. Rust . . . Waco, Tex., The 
author, 1891. 
xvi, 527, [1] p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 22^""". 

CS71.B97 1891 

9-13015 

See also Richardson. CS71.R52 1906 



2809 Rutherford. 

Family records and events. Compiled principally from the 
original manuscripts in the Rutherfurd collection. By Living- 
ston Rutherfurd. New York, Printed at the De Vinne press, 
1894. 
xvi p., 1 1., 355 p. front., plates, ports., facsims., fold, geneal. tables. 25"™. 
Title vignette: coat of arms. 

CS71.R976 1891 
9-13014 

See also Thomas. CS71.T46 1878 



Rutherfurd. See Rutherford. 



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2809a Ruthven. 

Papers relating to William, first earl